Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 23, 1960 · Page 21
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June 23, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

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f -J Section 2 EVENING TELEGRAPH Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL, THURSDAY, JUNE 33, 1WO 5c PIT Copy, Man Free; Stray Bullet KilledGirl back yard in suburban Lyn-j wood last Feb. 25. The gopher i \iied. The bullet /Inged on. through i» rusty, corrugated tin fence and through Die tarpapered, 3-16-inch plywood wall of a house at the rear. Tt struck 4-year-old Donna; Sword in the back as she 'watched television at the neigh-, 'bor's house while her mother: at work. Several weeks HA.M1SAKER LOS ANGELES, #- Perhaps: owratton • - * 'srsrz^- •-- -™ Douglas killed a gopher to ricochet on she could play with Beane'a two young sons. Then she died. and Mil a little neighbor girl, too. The victim's mother who caused dismissal of a man slaughter charge against him) Is "probably one person In a million." says Beane. "f don't know how I'd feel pul . pose could be serve d by in such a situation." the 2o- sis ,., ng tnu , this case ^ tr Younger dismsised the man- ]a htftr cha TuMd ^ aftet g JeltM from her moth . er Mrg F) , ank Svvord lt said )n rt . .. f ^ .^ ^^ any ^ In- tl , 1ed 4 Injured i In Train Derailment ENID, Okla. (AP>—A Rock IB* land passenger train derailed here jthl» morning, injuring four pa**! , sengers. ! i Two men In a switch engine which collided with the train also were Injured. '. D. J. Smith of El Reno, Okla., Rock Island superintendent, said the accident occurred near the Intersection of two tracks at 3:35 a. m. Newsmen on the scene said It appeared that the switch engine had stdeswlped one of the passen- ger cart. Six passenger cars and a bag* gage car from the 11-car trite jumped the track but mm ovw> turned. Track was torn up fet several hundred tart. A. J. Strauss, managing editor of the Enid News-Eagle, said there was no panic. The train, known as tht Twin Star Rocket, waa bound from Minneapolis, Minn., to Houston, Tex. Held in the Enid hospital for was filr* tteh Ito. rwt, 99, of Lanmet, Kan. Ttverad art! rUlnuwtf wire *•*• nfCer* rhrrnau PrahT, m, 6 MiiuWBBofiS! Mnh fftfiy awaWir ~ tsff^'teiisr^" 1 ''^ Of*. OMttvwa, 3ft, ini tSj* Oemoni, 19, btrth of fil R«m, Okla. TJny wiwi flw BBBTIIBI* and ffwman OR flit switch eitpfi* H, A. Miner of Cedar RapKft, -a. Win «««»:» t^^JL^f££* nnpwwoi «»•—--* A 'BeW V*fc^ tei tfftnfo. Win* D[)U , as wll] punjsh himgel{ Ii000 year-old auto repair shop own- [)Uas w puns mg i •er told a reporter Wednesday (mieg . more thtm any |aw cou | d ! "1 have cWldren. Only a per- |do should be' ," ke her ' s -" - | feel that 1 Beitne ffred a .30-caliber «"•'•! dismissed .. jbine at a Ibpher that popped! _"_..,''.—' — -..it-* head out of a hole In Ms Telegraph Want Ads "Click." MOUTH'TO-MOVTH i William Cunningham revived his pet Chihuahua Wednesday using mouth to mouth artificial respiration. (Arrow points to dog,)—Bob Bishop Photo. House Vote c° u » cilv ° teg for Houston Today on To Be Biggest Radio, TV industry. Little or no opposition was indicated to the bill's chief provisions although efforts to change some I HOUSTON, Tex. AP — The Houston City Council voted Wednesday night to make Houston the WASHINGTON (APJ - The j largest city in the world in area House voted today on a sweeping even though Mayor Lewis Cutrer bill to make payola and quiz show called the idea "preposterous.',' rigging a federal crime, and out-! The council voted to annex about law other abuses in the TV-radio 1,100 square miles, which is every• • • thing not annexed by some other Harris County city. The annexation would give Houston an area of 1,560 square miles. of the terms were considered like-' A second and final reading of ly. , the annexation ordinance will 'be However, a possibly bitter fighti'helcl' within about 30.days'. .': , ' appeared in prospect over prom- ; g n t ) le t, as i s O f preliminary cen- ised attempts to write in an amendment to .put television Mid radio networks under federal regulation. , ' ' i increase of 56.4 per cent stjscfe "I most certainly inteiid to offer 11950. The population of the Housa network regulation amendment" j ton metropolitan area is estimat- Rep. John B. Bennett .(R-Mich)| ec i at 1.232,179. - ' • told a reporter. The'House Com-i sus figures Houston is the sixth largest, city In the nation ..in population Avith 932,680 residents,'. an merce Committee rebuffed his efforts to add such a provision when it approved the bill earlier this month. Bennett later blamed lobbying pressure by the broadcasting in- fii m udustry. dustry for defeat of his proposal. He said the action left "woefully deficient." To help assure Senate consideration despite the adjournment drive, the House committee attached its bill to a minor Senate- passed measure dealing with applications for broadcast licenses. Assuming the House passes it, this would eliminate the need for separate action by a Senate committee. The bill stems from the series of headline-making Inquiries by the House Legislative Oversight subcommittee into quiz show fix. ing and undercover. payoffs to disc jockeys to plug records. The bill would make both payola and quiz show rigging criminal offenses punishable by up xo one year in prison and $10,000 fine. It would require that oil broadcast matter for >vliich any kind of payment, direct or indirect, is made must be identified on the air as being paid. Broadcast station licensees also would be required to "exercise reasonable diligence" to determine whether payola is occurring. Wind, Hail Predicted For Area CHICAGO (AP) - The U.S. Weather Bureau today issued the following thunderstorm forecast for portions o! southern Illinois, southern Missouri, southwestern Indiana, western Kentucky and northern portions of western and middle Tennessee: "Numerous heavy thunderstorms are expected this afternoon in southern Illinois, southwestern Indiana, western Kentucky, northern portions of \ve»L- era and middle Tennessee westward into southern Missouri- A tew severe thundertstoniiS with hail and damaging winds are ev ttecled during the period, 3 p,m. to 10 p.m. Altuu time in Illinois south of St. Louis-Terrc Haute, Ind., line from Terre Haute to Lou= i isville; in Kentucky west ol from Nashville to Dyeraburg in Missouri southeast ol a line tram St. Louis to Springfield." last steam locomotive to buiit in Eritaia has been put into itrvkt. 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