Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 25, 1960 · Page 2
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 2

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, June 25, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 25, I960 PARTLY CLOUDY SUNDAY Scattered thunde»how«rs sod show era are forecast tonight In Montana and on the Gulf Coast from Alabama to Texas, The soSSeri! llSdC tSl- be warmer. It will be cooler In i the north Atlantic states, Fidflc J'^TrtJ; Montana and northern portion of the Great Basin. (AP WlrepKoto Map) 10th Anniversary Shows Korean War Problems WeatherForecast . Alton and vicinity—Increasing 'cloudiness, and a little warmer; today, high this afternoon around i ,80. Mostly cloudy tonight, with low in the middle 60s. Sunday! i partly cloudy and warmer with! 'high in the middle 80s. j : 7 Arrested In Murder At Chicago KVJ/Ulwnrj, va. ir»» •—n ai>. n .>- | - - , ^—' engine monoplane, missing since tary.front .No^ Korea ^pport^ ^^ ^ _ ^^ All Utfflty UsersWould Pay Tax Reportedly causing a degree of concern to officers of benevolent and non-profit organize- ti<rtW is that such institution* would be subject to the »ug- eested city utilities service tax which is coming up for City ! Council consideration. : City Manager Graham W I Watt said yesterday that the law i provides for no exemption* to jusers of utilities such as hog : pitnls or other benevolent instl I :tutions. and it would apply to I them just as to domestic users | j of utilities In homes. , I The permitted tax. up to 5 per ;r«-nt of gross receipts, applies Mr, utilities furnishing electricity. ;£fis, water, and electrical trans mission of messages, and, ac- r-f.rding to City Counselor J. W. i Hoefert would ultimately be passed on to the patrons of such cervices. The statute makes it applicable even to municipal' utility services. ' Find Wreck Of Plane, 2 Victims ROANOKE, Va. (AP)-A single- By DAY IX08HITA TOKYO (AP) — The free world was reminded today—the 10th anniversary of the Korean War- that the armistice which ended the fighting had not solved Its problems. The Communists observed the anniversary with a new demand that U.S. troops pull out of South Korea and other parts of Asia as well. While all was quiet on the mill- ed by the Communist world, trum out in rallies, over press and radio oul ' ' Wednesday with two men aboard, was found demolished in a wooded mountainous area 13 miles southwest of Roanoke Friday. The men, J. C. Lawrence of Buchanan and Robert Pettegrew of Glen munjom, where the Korean truce Ellyn, HI., were both dead. I was signed. The wreckage was sighted by; But on the Western side, Gen a Civil Air Patrol search plane. 11. D. White, commander in •* ef Capt. Howard H. Slusser, CAP!of the U.S. Army in the Pacific observer, said he spotted the Jin a war anniversary statement plan* in a wooded area, about two said, "our stand in Korea made UN com- ted knocking down a 32-year-old raped body was found on a South Side lovers' lane. McMahon said the admission jCame from James Coglan during a lie detector test. Coglan and six other young men were arrested night and today for of Tornado Witness Tells Story POTTSTOWN, Pa. (AP) — ln^ five minutes Friday night a tougn, dark, whirling funnel mined thf> work of 22 years in the lives of I Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Imbody. : The Imbodys, their four chil-. jdrcn, and two neighbors -vere| having dinner at the Imbody j farm home nenr mral Barto, 351 ! miles north of here. : All was peaceful, said Mrs. Imbody, when, about 8 p.m. "the world seemed to turn dark." "I looked out a window and saw Castro Willing to Bet Sweetened Pot on Sugar By HAVANA (AP) says he is willing to malw a million-ton wager on Cuban sugar production with Secretary of State 3iristlan A. Herter. The bearded Prime Minister nude th* statement in a TV talk to the Cohan people Friday right -his eighth major speeoH it) 20 days. It followed a statement by Better in Washington to the House Agriculture Committee that experts predict Cuba's sugar produc- tton will drop at least one million torn soon. Herter added mat this is a good time to diversify U.S. ,sugar .. mittee has been cor Rebel Representative En Route to Paris TUNIS (AP)—A representative of the Algerian rebel government left for Paris today to set up a conference between rebel Premier Ferhat Abbas and French offi dais to discuss a truce In the 5W year-old rebellion. Ahmed Boumendjel. Algerian director of military and political affairs, made the trip accompanied by Ben Yahia, chief aide to Abbas. President Charles de Gaulle has promised the rebel emissaries safe conduct to France and the right to return at any time. The provisional government of the Algerian republic agreed last ing President Eisenhower authority to cut -Cuba's quota of the U.S. market. Castro said he would be willing to surrender Cuba's share of the sugar market in the United States if his country's production in 196T drops a million tons-provided the Cuban quota is Increased by a million tons If production increases that much. Castro said the American public te "being tooled" on the sugar situation. "We can sell sugar to the United States at a Aeaper price if they want it," the Prime Minister said. "We can contribute to the lowering of the American cost of living." The United States is still buying about W* million tons of sugar from Cuba, more man half the Cuban crop, and to protect U.S. producers is paying a premium of about 2 cents above the world market price. Since Castro's increasing restrictions on American investors in Cuba, there has been growing sentiment in the U.S. Congress for a cut in the sugar t quota allotted Cuba and an increase in purchases from other producers whose governments are more friendly to the United States. Castro reiterated a threat that American investments would be seized in proportion to the amount of Cuban sugar o^iota reductions. "We'll exchange Cuban quota Monday to send representatives to cuts for American property sei/.- lures," he said. "They cut off all meet De Gaulle to discuss an end nnp ^^ we . n take gji ADDED BEAUTY FOR SKYLINE their NEW YORK — Foreign entrants en route to Miami Beach for the Miss Universe contest provide added beauty for New York's skyline as they pose atop Hotel Commodore Friday. From left are Misses France, Florence Eyrie; England, Joan Boardman; Israel, Aliza Gross; Norway, Ragnild Aass; Switzerland, Etiane Maurath, and Holland, Carina Berbeck. (AP Wirephoto) j to the conflict. It will be the firsl itime since the rebellion begaii iNov. 1. 1954, that rebel officials I and the French have made open] i co ^ 1 f^ | refine imported crude oil from the At cost of $9.3 million, Greece j Soviet Union, and have only a few will build a divided highway, At- j more days to make up their hens to Corinth. ! minds. our quota, w property." He also repeated his warning American and British oil rein Cuba are obligated to husband down' 'r speak but a concept of govern-; enOy'"dTedTnstantly in the crash.!™nt and a way of life for which' what was Mrs. Imbody said she looked .Slusser said that the wreckage was scattered over a 100-foot radius. He added that the plane was apparently on course and In proper flight position for a landing at morning. ; . zFfsiX rr *||- 1 « r *ru o,, i's death after obtaining thej maybe & who , e buj!dingi floating| continued physical pres- ed Nations and ROK troops along the demilitarized zone and .elsewhere in Korea is a mighty deter- ern late Tuesday night after she M - I toward us...Trees on a hill fjmile behind us were uprooted. En-j " tire trees were moving through: the the air like toothpicks...! guess it Woodrum Airport at Roanoke. i ren t" to further aggression. Equal The plane, a blue and white j ly as important as the mainten-j Beechcraft Bonanza, reportedly j ancp O f O ur strength is our proven ;„ Ro ^ left Chicago. 111., early Wednes- \ determination to use it when nee- ' rmr ,' n ' day and flew to Winston-Salem, i cs sary." ^ogian. N C Officials at Winston-Salem i Reports from Pyonyang said Tne fo1 "' mf>n and Mrs - un- uu.«wa. y ^^.,, ^ « say the plane left there at 3 p.m. 300,000 Koreans gathered in the-man left the tavern about 2 a.m.. room and kitchen to keep flying for the half-hour flight to Roanoke Red Korean capital in an anni-' As lnelr car Dulled awa V' lf Slde " glass from hitting the children, and was never heard from again. versarv e ve rally Friday andl 5 ™ 1 !** 1 another auto but kept so- - At first lne only SO und was ^S±^rs|sz •"*'•• ^^~~~!»&&£? •--'" was °" ly SeC °^ S ^ " i Mrs. Imbody said everyone huddled in a corner of a living room, but "my husband stood in the doorway between the living rain and heavy overcast. Roanoke weather authorities report that all area mountain ridges were obscured by fog at the time the crash would have occurred. Lawrence, 53, was sales engineer for Southern Machinery and Equipment Co., of Roanoke. 'speakers- revived war atrocity age. At that time another autol. closcr .' ^r 1 - ^..llA^i %tn rtrtA I ATVttr Riii/tlr }ft > charges against U.S. troops ana played on the theme that "the Pettegrew was a pilot for the'and South can be reunited. Werco Steel Co. of Chicago. pulled up, and Leroy Buick, 20, and Dennis Dougherty stepped, out, having recognized the group. The police accounted continued: intfi rtinci ii-iwi jmpcuw- r urn is the "arch enemy of the I As the group stood around the Korean people," and if the United McGovern, auto, ^Mrs^Beckman States leaves South Korea, North Kbrean war was a Communist victory, that American imperial- cvorvthi scemed to plode. "The children were shrieking and crying and Curtis was shouting to keep down. We were all mixed up." Then, "suddenly it was all over HEY KIDS Let Dad help you earn yourself a fishin 9 pole! Full-Size Rod & Reel 'Junior Pay'N Savers" Knight newspapers after her and hit her, knocking! 'j""'.;- t ~\ aa { n * no 30UU1 ran uc i^uiuvcu. . ... . u .and quiet again. At the town of Sinchun, where 'her to the pavement where she, Just as Sllddenlv bricks in me Pyongyang claimed U. S. troops | apparently struck her head «nd| lgl ,„ homp started runv ••slaughtered- 35.000 Koreans, the,™* knocked out..The young menj,^ from ,„„,_ i government opened a museum de-'Put her .into the back seat of M( . s , mbody rontiliued . » Wp . -voted to pictures and exhibits «f i Buick s car, whore, according o nwhed outsjd( . Th(?re wag no i alleged American atrocities. , Buick. Cogtand and another youth foQ{ m ^ hmKC j At a Communist-called meetingattempted to rape her. Thc tepn also m apm . t and i of tlie Military Armistice Com- Seeing she was dead, the police, tno family's favorite riding horse i mission near Panmunjom, site of [version went on, they panicked. j was killpd Dv a beam . the truce signing, North Korean Buick, Dougherty and James i m body went upstairs in what; Maj. Gen. Joo Chnng-JoOn repent- Bracken, 20, drove the body to: was j p f t O f tnp house and found, _ . . . .. _ .1; _* _ 1*1. tl*n vtnilnr^nsl *f nit/1 !/•»! »<%»*«>* Inna Ortsl , . . • * ( !J 4ltn + ''oil tit A ' accumulated in 22 Knight Says Few Chiseled On Expenses ^^ • l)IU I. \Jm. if vju v*iin i ig» "**"»*•• «•»•!•"-«• — ' — • ----- r *v a«^ iv 11. vi itn T . e ed demands for immediate with-;the railroad yard-lovers' lane and !as nis wifp s WASHINGTON (AP) - John S;| drawal of Ame rican and all for-(dumped it. Buick later telephoned j stuff WP had Wght, publisher of the Knight.^ (roops {rom Soum Korea Hejthp , 0 c a tion of the body to police.I yrars of mnrrii nwsDADers. savs his reportersl j , L _ T'..U«J cio«no «» "nor.! /-<_™i_« __j n/r^-«.,„..., ,,.„,.„ „,. Teen-Agers Still Elude Police Net ' "I & JI H mJljn 11 Uiii ui*uni »»%»i. »-M • ••*• ---- - — — -• — — ~v * says his reporters! am , sed (he Ullited S ( at e R O f "per-! Coglnn and McGovern were ar- search,ed through 2o.OOO congres- Umting tne di ^ s io n of Korea."! rested Friday night when an anon- sional expense account vouchers Th(? rhirf dptegatc of „„ u. N j ymous t jp s t er , a woman, whis- and found irregularities involving (command panol L r s . Marine | p Pred thoir names over the phone only about a dozen House mem-.^. Gen Marjon L Uawson ac ., to pol , ct , ] ^p (}ve othpr youths ten- ;cused the Reds of fabricating I were arrested or surrendered lat"I can understand the concern cnar ge.s to cover their own \iola- i P r in the night, police said. of Rep. (Orent Harris and a fe\vi (ions Coglan and McGovern at first other congressmen OUT these ex- communists in other parts of Accused each other of striking posures," Knight said Friday, ^ worltl j 0 j ned t | M . North Korean [Mrs. Beckman. McMahon said, "but to try to divert attention cry as ,|, ev proclaimed a "joint 1 but Coglan's admission was from these facts by vague charg- i s t ru ggi ( ." ( 0 dr ive the United i brought out in a lie detector test, es of pressure against members stalps ou( 0 [ south Korea An autopsy showed Mrs. Beck- of his committee is unfair and un-i In Hauoi t . ap ital of North Viet man died of a brain hemorrhage fortunate." JNam, 10,000 persons gathered and | from a blow on the head and " ' The series of articles in the adopted a resolution demanding | she had been raped. , ,_ L . u:_i. —,— mfl j ..^ j5_ imperialism get out mnrriage was gone." DECATUR. Ill <AP> Two Knight newspapers, which summarized in Life magazin?, of South Korea and South Viet Tina Onassis Divorces 0 Millionaire capecs today continued to elude the intensive sea. ch of the Decatur area by city, i'ount>- and state police. More than 30 law officials' scoured sections of Decatur and the surrounding countryside Friday in an attempt to flush out I James Woods. 15. charged with I rape, assault, armed robbery andj burglary, and Sidney Heard, 16. charged with burglary. After first reports that Hie fugi- tald some House members l iadJNam." charged to the government such' In Japan, pro-Communist Ko-j expenses as liquor tabs and night- reans held anti-American rallies i club bills. at 60 places throughout the coun-i Harris (D-Ario. is chairman of try. An estimated 5,000 met in the committee which investigaetd Tokyo to approve a nuissayi' of payola and rigged quiz shows in their support to North Korean Pre- televigion and radio. The commit- mier Kim Il-sung. a resolution de- tee is proposing legislation to nouncing the Hugh Chung govern- NEW YQRK Kp> _ B)ondt eliminate such practices. nu-nl oi South Korea, a.hl a mes- ^ Tma Onassjs ^ ^.^ ^ ^ ^ n ^^ jn Harris and others denied any sa«t- to President t-ist-ntumcr de- un A , abama divo ,, ( ,,, f ,. oln t . |vt . k Imlu . p s w j, t . n b o a r d* were wrongdoing and said the article mimcing tie presi-nce oi i N ^ magnate Aristotle Oiui.s- swarmed with calls from resi- mr* a smear. ir«.|« m ^outh Koiva. . « B dents vMm sa.d thcv had s,en In Peipnm, C onimuiust jeantTs , , , , . . . ' .^ Her attorney. Sol Koscnbl.ill. them near their homes Deputies said Friday ihi 1 grounds wen- from Du Piige C\mnt>'. where mental cruelty, that there \\as no Ufa id anil \\'IXK|S broke out of .1 alimony, and Mrs On.issis re-i supposedly tamper-proof cell wived custotij 1 of her two chil-iWectiwsday. night arrived in De- dren. AlexandtT. 11. and Christi- catur a:id showed pictures of the n<-. 9. escapt>es which most witnesses The New York Journal-Ameri-' said matched the youths in the Police learned early Friday c-an originally printed news of the'neighborhood. evening that two residents of divorce When? in Alabama the An unidentified woman set off 'thf Seminary road area of Al- divorce was obtained has not been the intensive • search when she "Out ol thf entire House niem-! tcri Rt. 1 had incurred in jury i disclosed told uolicf she had seen two teen- li«- in a motor vehicle accident on Miss Onasais is 29 and tor ex agers attempting to get into an. <**id Seminary road .about four miles i husband is 54 .They had been mar- auto near a tree nursery. Thej north of Upper Alton. 'Tied 13 years. youths, she said, fled into the, . The mishap victims, treated in i The marriage foundered after brush when someone passed. . "I am hopeful that when their !i hospital here, were listed as'Oiiassis last September made a Police checked motels, hotels. indignation wears off, they wUljJack Jones, 28 nose laceration!mediterranean cruise with opera sen-ice stations and drive-ins in! establish standards fo»-themselves unci possible rib Injury; and'singer Maria Callas Botli have vaui I^e youths are believed to| wUch will make U unnecessa»y!Roy Chitwood. 19, severe facia! denied a romance but Miss Cailas be carr>mg pistols, burglarized, and impossible tor enterprising lacerations. Chirwood was said subsequently was divorced by herifrom a home in Warrenvllle short j newsmen to report such abuses I to be home on leave from an wealthy Italian husband, Giovan- ly alter Heard and Woods es- in tlie future." Army station in Alabama ! ni Battista Meneghinl. jcaped. Knight's Akron, Ohio, statement. said, "The articles were the resiut ,, of persistent mvestigative report- '"' a ' Uet-Ameru-a-out^.-Korea ing by <wo newsmen (Walter Pin- laU - v CDS and Don Oberdorfer). The r .. . • . i • project originated in our Washing- ' MO H'jureu 111 ton bureau It is obvious that . . . these reporters didn't check over AUIO Arriueilt 35,000 House expense vouchers looking for a particular congress-; man. HERE'S ALL YOU DO Tell Mom and Dad you'd like to become a member oi our "HUCK FINN" PAY 'N SAVE CLUB. Ask one of them to visit the bank with you. You'll see the free, regulation-size rod and reel "big as life" right in our lobby. It's just like Dad uses. The extra-light glass rod has chromium guides and comes with smooth-action reel that's built for years of fishing fun. Both the rod and reeJ can be yours. 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