Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 30, 1960 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 30, 1960
Page 21
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tffct Mamed iotoif layoffs ALTON TEUDQItAPH THURSDAY, JUNK 30,1960 Urtofl in* f fewer w«fk and «8 ft yw« of age to com- Miifc-'-m ; . u -J.. , l - 29.000 tttei wortwr* hav* town MH«d throughout fee country in the current stump. MIMfctB, or flpMm (MM travtt fntwuJf »h* air by ettngint 16 pieces of floating web. TflUf habit it common to the adults of several specie* and the young of many others. Belgian Congo Independence BIG REFRESHMENT VALUE FOR THE •y LYHH MCIlV2ltttJNQ LBOPOLDV1LL8, Republic of Confo (AP> -King Bandotfn handed over the rich Belgian Con- l go to tt mltfton Afrioww today with a warning to the new nation I to beware ot grwdy foreign pow| en. An artillery battery boomed slowly as the young King proclaimed the Independent Republic i of Congo, ending 80 years of Bel- Igian rule. ' "Yotir task is immense and you are the first to realize it," Bau- douln told the new leaders of the nation one-third the size of the United ftates. • "The principal dangers which threaten you are: The Inexperience in self-government of the populations, the tribal rivalries which havp done so much evil in the past and which must not, at any cost, resume, and the attraction which foreign powers ready to take advantage of the least weakness may exercise on certain regions." PrmlM* Belgium President Joseph Kasavubu, speaking after the-King, praised Belgium for "not opposing the current of history." Eighteen months ago,, the rotund little political leader was in jail for his part in riots which unsheathed the handsome. Air, Ground Search for Escaped Con JOLIET, til. airplanes and Police in on the ground hunted through an ana around the WlH-Orundy County line today for an escaped Sttffeville Penitentiary convict. George Spiker, 32, drove off 10 YUM NORTH ALTON jr. • bright red «ump truck Wednesday frtffle Wofttttg to «l hofr lice. Mitt poUtee nut Vf Ml airplane ami • pHwdi plain took or dettH of i*out""«0 canvfctsU Morris tortttebte ovtr ft* re- domg Ifcrffi *ork outside the walb. The truck with a large vrhtte cross on it) top to make it east ly dtetttgiffsftea from the a» was found around 8 p.m. .Wed- nrtfuy tifM RtUes ealt of Morris In tl* Clennon Woods area gttice then about 50 persons, have been combing the t«wi- tory. These mctaded 30 guards illusion et from the penitentiary force, sheriff's officers and state po- Around 9 p.m., « town** r*- ported, Bogs hi a ohnw bam on his farm made a notee. The farmer found a doorj«d been opened afld nothwd tfteks through wrtdd. _ _H» _J1. -•- - — ------- "" '"~- ---------- Many people g« pteasufi from earning noise-it gives them the Ohio EMERGENCY SIGNAL SYSTEM Warning signals removed from wires at Sixth and Alby street by telephone lineman before he restrung the wires.—Staff Photo. dent Kasambu rode by. Thp man j The Sun ContM Up gold-' LINCOLN, 111. <fr~~ Four- caused scores of deaths in Leo-'handled blutlo and brandished it''year-old Scott Goodrich viewed poldville. i abou t. Po |i C o seized him and re-' the " 8rl y ™rning «un one day Both the West and the Corn- claimed the weapon. Witnesses.! was no attempt to the and remarked to his mother, Mrs. Ronald L. Oood>lch, "Gpd jmtmlMs cheered the new nation. , w , d |h jj(j tu ,„-„ But despite «hc rejoicing, the| harm t(u . King> who appea| ^ un . : n,ust have.vvorked a. {path ahead was filled with grave : uncertainties. Fabulously rich in minerals, the perturbed. Housewives in Dublin, •vast territory lying astride the (were advised that with infra-ray The lad was much impressed I thai Old Sol was back on the Eire, j job' after a spell of rainy, KING SIZE COKE •« U.I. MT. »H. HAS MORE FOR YOU GET VALUE, LIFT, REFRESHMENT TOO! fMftr wMwrily of T»» Cow-Cell CMtpMy to ALTON COCA-COLA IOTTLING CO. | equator Is pitifully poor in native administrators and educated per- I sons. Only a dozen held posts in ! the old colonial setup. Millions jview independence as something magic that overnight is going to give them everything their Belgian rulers enjoyed. Representatives of about 60 nations were on hand, for the independence celebrations, including U.S. and Soviet delegations. Murphy Heads U.S. Party Robert D. Murphy, former assistant secretary of state, headed a five-man American party as President Eisenhower's personal representative. Soviet Premier NiWta Khrushchev sent congratulations and said independence for the Congo j "dealt another telling blow at the moribund colonial system.',' there was one brief incident Wednesday as Baudouin arrived, but it caused little disturbance. A Congolese described by police as demented grabbed the King's sword from the back seat of the open car as Baudouin and Presi- cookers, soon to be ori the market, they could cook bacon and eggs in one minute and steaks in three. cloudy weather. Eastern Morocco is to have a steel hilll on the Mediterranean, Casablanca learns. EVANS Morandi said at the Noise Abatement Congress at Bologna, Italy. 7 YIAW ON MILTON ROAD SPECIALS! STOP IN ANYTIME FRIDAY OR SATURDAY FOR A FREE PIECE, OF DIRTHDAY OAKE! Butter Danish Coffee Cake New Orange Chiffon Cake 49* 89* ANBEL FOOD OAKE lefty Crocker 13 £99 Recipe CHOCOLATE FUDGE CAKE 95c HAMBURGER AND HOT DOG BUNS! 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