Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1960 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 1, 1960
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ALTON EVENttfG TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JULY 1,19«0 Upper Alton News LlOfftS OtT AT nothing had been taken from AND WASHINGTON "«' building. Harry Nevelin. 1105 Washing- c:A«S COLLIDE ON ton Ave.. reported to polii-r at BROADWAY AT CHESSEN 8:3.') a.m. Thursday that the Automobiles driven by Dean traffic liRht at the intersection M On-hrnii. 28. of 2320* Tibbitt' presiden< of thp Summers-Port. of Broadway and fl\rnur WHS not functioning. Storm Damages Bath House at Summers'Port GODFREY - R. FJ. Matthey. Washingtoni 1 anfl Frederick R. Hausman. jInc.. swimming poo! at the end .VJ of BethRlto. collided Thurs-jof Greenwood Utnp. reported REPORTS CANS THROWN OX FRONT LAWN H;iy on K. Broadway at Chen-1 that thp winds Wednesday night had caused considerable damage son Lime. According to police, the acci- Not Sending Pictures WASHINGTON (AP)—Tiros T. the TV-eye weather satellite, has stopped sending back pictures of WtlHam F Huehson TTOli dent «««-'Urred when the Cochranl Ave!! caS Sice at ^ Wcle st °PP ed f0r a '' ed 1! 8 !lt , 0 fhp , ba(h , iouse 8:3J a.m. Thursday to report that someone had dumped a large number of cans on his front lawn during the night. THICK STALLS IN WATER AT COLLEGE AVE. VIADUCT Four feet of frater under the REPORTS LOSS Or WALLET Lyman A: Barton. 2340 the earth's cloud cover. Scientists believe that one of the that most ot thej two electricallv oper ated cameras I west wall of the bath house \\asj_ the. one with the wide - angle Edwards St., reported to police Thursday that his wallet had disappeared from the top of a railing at the Sank of Alton. i destroyed, and the metal roof was lifted and dropped by the wind. He said it probably will be yiadjKt on College avenue stall- 1 Barton told P° lice that he left 'edl anbruck at 3:25 a.m. today. l hls wallet while he went '° a on College when it struck 1 water. Water entered the engine and the truck stalled. The air system was also damaged and locked by the water, A second truck, attempting to enter the city, was advised by police to wait until the water could be drained away before proceeding. Police officers reported that the stalled truck was towed from the scene. THREE CAR COLLISION ON COLLEGE AVENUE lens—has burned out. "This damage seems to have affected the entire satellite sys- at least two weeks before the item."- the National Aeronautics pool will be open again. | and Space Administration said in extensive his area. Several missing. ' Barton said that his wallet contained cash, his driver's license, a pilot's license, and numerous credit cards. Godfrey Baptist Bible School to Open on Tuesday GODFREY - Vacation Bible school at the Godfrey Baptist j wooc j Wednesday night's high winds | a statement today uprooted two fruit trees in the; With the failure of the wide- yard of Wayne Wallendorf, of'angle camera system, all the ra- Northmoor. di° telemetry—the equipment to Wallendorf said that the trees send ba <* P ictures and other data were about eight inches in diameter. He said that there was damage to trees in awnings in the area were destroyed, but roof damage seemed to be at a minimum, Wallendorf said. Youth Injured in Auto-Bike Collision Albert Walls, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Walls of Oak- avenue, Godfrey, was —also ceased to function. The narrow-angle camera system appears still to have "some limited operational capability," NASA said. The satellite itself, which has sent back almost 23,000 cloud and earth pictures since it was launched April 1, is in a stable orbit about 430 miles above the earth. It is expected to remain aloft for many years. The radio beacon by which it is tracked from the ground is still transmitting. NASA said its scientists decided, after Tiros I passed over the Ft.) Automobiles driven by Waltor| Church will open on Tuesday atj taken Lo St j oseph - s Hospital Monmouth, N.J., receiving station Stobbs, 49, of 3225 College Ave.; 9 a - m - and will continue Charles R. McLain, 33, of 475! through July 15. by Smith ambulance at 1:53 at midnight Wednesday to discon- •i _ - . - .„ . , ,_, ip.m. Thursday following the{tinue interrogating the satellite. Sullivan St.. East Alton, andj The school will be held every, ms meant ^ fte -^.p^ Thomas F. Tucker, 41, of God-1 Monday through Friday morn- * B ,„ (drum-shaped space voyager "has frey, collided Thursday at 3225 tag from 9 to 11:30. The school ^ d '^^, by ™ n ' tei Ba " mfeU -j reached the end of its operating College Ave. According to police, the accident occurred when Stobbs was turning from College avenue into his driveway. The Tucker vehicle struck the rear of the Me?: Lain car and knocked it into the Stobbs auto. BREAK-IN REPORTED AT ALTON AUTO EXCHANGE ' Jim Robertson. 2603 Walnut St., reported to police that some- ;2306 Locust i embraces the 3- to 12-year-old l age group. i Tne boy suffel< ed severe head Superintendent of the school j injuries, it was said is Mrs. Lester McKee, and Mrs. .Ned Cooper is the project director. ". Department teachers and project directors are: Mrs. Mary Hutchinson, Mrs. George Eddy, Mrs. Miles Ketchum, Mrs. Ralph Cain, Mrs. AJBatch- elor, and Mrs. Stanley Geobes. The school will feature songs. one had broken into hi« place of games projects arid handiwork. business. Alton Auto Exchange., , .. during the night. r aily ' Police said that a 12 by 151 inch window on the east side of the building had been broken by the intruders to enable them to gain entry. Robertson told police that it appeared at first glance that I Bible stories, and refreshments According to Alton police, the boy was riding his bicycle on Oakwood avenue, just west of the Municipal Golf Course, when he apparently lost control and swerved into the path of the Ballinger auto. I lifetime," the agency said. NASA said its scientists believe an inoperable relay in the wide-angle camera system was the cause-of the satellite's difficulty. "This malfunction made it impossible for the camera to turn off," the agency said. "This apparently drained the batteries and eventually caused the wide-angle camera transmitter to burn out." Kidnaper Is Sought At Chicago WELFARE HEARINGS The Senate Finance Committee opened crucial public hearings on the politically hot issue of medical care for the aged with Welfare. Secretary Arthur S. Fleming, shown as he began his testimony, as the first witness. Fleming presented to the committee the administration's views on five or six rival proposals pending before the group. (NBA Photo) Charge 6 Stole Gas From City CHICAGO ney's police — State's attor- have climaxed a stealing gasoline from the city. After their arrest Thursday the six were suspended from their jobs by Water Commissioner James W. Jardine. Chief Investigator Paul Newey said his men watched the water department garage for a week and saw all of the men entering with empty cans and leaving with full ones. Some were poured into their gas tanks, he said. Some CHICAGO P - Police today | sought a kidnaper who tried toj rape his 5-year-old captive in Robinson Woods — the scene of a triple murder in 1955. as yet unsolved. Little Clarice Dessent. blonde, blue-eyed child, was tt/ll/ftfT TIT^T grabbed from her tricycle in an! i3i/rllil IHOl , aHey behind her home Thunj-i Soviet scientist* announced that they plan to] day. A playmate rah to tell! j ttun< ; n powerful long range rocket* In the Central* Clarice's mother, Mrs. irma 1 p ac |f| c starting next month. The new Pacific te»te| Dessent. ; wott |d be the second series the Soviets have launched; About an hour and a half after] in this area this year, in an area the united States« the mother reported the kidnap- once considered "a private preserve" for scientific ping. Clarice appeared at the experiments. This newsmap shows the area In the, edge of the woods - scratched,! pacific where the Russians tflll fire the rockets, 1 skirting close to the Hawaiian Islands. (NBA Photo) crying and her clothes torn. She told police the man had taken her into the woods in his car and torn her clothes. But the car door was open, she said, and she jumped out and ran. A physician reported that there had been an attempt at sexual assault, but that it was unsuccessful. Clarice described her assailant as medium-sized with black hair and wearing a white shirt, white trousers and horn-rimmed Rebel Bus Drivers End Strike |cd at thp omnibus division of !the Fifth Avenue Coach Lines, : Inc. It halted service on. 2l | routes, all but one in Manhat- |lan. j The rnnk-and-file uprising had come over a plan to convert two north-south avenues to one-way traffic July 17, forcing transf'Th of some drivers. NliW YORK </f* Rebel bus Crews of Royal Air Force planes patrolling England's coastal waters now do whale-spotting, with photographs where possible. m . , , , ,«, ...o. ~. ^..^ ~...^.- B « ..„*_* — ~ . . This aids scientists who are stu- " tes ' T * os !thas sent back Apartment workers on charges of| 01 *«* *" taken over glasses. She said his car was islHkpls NVfJ| " back u< work '"' blue. rlu>. ending a tifup thai had About a half-mile from t h e' tllsl ' u J llod transportation lot a spot where Clarice said the : half million New Yorkms daily stranger took her, the bodies ot;fur lour da.\v Robert Peterson, 14. John! Tho wildcat strik«- collapsed Schuessler, 13, and his brother, j as Middenh as it hud begun Anton Jr.. 11. were found inilnst Monday ni«ht. Drivers 1955. Scores of persons have] flocked into garages, took over been questioned about the bi-ltiu-ii vehicles and roared out zarre crime. !j n t 0 the street, to return to their routes. Union leaders from the .start Three local mills now product livestock feeds in Jamaica, Kingston reports. 'had opposed the stoppage, aim- WESTERN STORES 804-06 R. Broadway „.,.,. , ! two-year investigation with thej wa j hauled away. Circling the globe every 99 min-j an . es , of sjx Chicago Water De -i Newey said about $6,000 worth dying the movements and habits Godfrey Legion Reschedules Meeting GODFREY — The Godfrey American Legion and Auxiliary !of whales. of them remarkably clear and all of area .._ year period. Montreal,: The six men are all civil serv- extending from ithem the first-to examine thej Canada, to Santa Cruz, Argentina lice employes. They are Joseph | have changed their meeting date earth from such a distance. i in the Wesetrn Hemisphere, andjCussen, 34; William A. H. Sulli-j because of the July 4 holiday. The new meeting date will be June 11 at 8 p.m. in the VFW Hall. Its twin television cameras in-1 embracing large parts of Mongo- van, 54; Peter Auriemma, 64; spected that part of the earth between 50 degrees north latitude and 50 degrees south latitude—an lia, Manchuria and eastern Russia north of Vladivostok. They surveyed much of Europe. John P. Ryan, 56; John C. Dl- somma, 50, and James J. 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