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SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THJRTS&N Obituaries Mrs, Jacoby Mrs. Mildred C. Jacoby. wife of Paul L. Jacoby of Fairmount Addition, died unexpectedly Friday at 10:30 p.m. In 5»f. Anthony's Hospital. She had been in failing health for several years, since suffering a paralytic stroke, but had been hospitalized only a week. Her husband Is a retired Ralston Purina Co. executive, and former long-time secretary of the St. Lou- Is Controllers Institute. The former Mildred Welsbach. Mrs. Jacoby was born in Alton. Aug. 17. 1898. a daughter of tho Mrs. William late Mr. and Welsbach. St., where friends may eat!. Temple Israel and Madison County Cancer Association hav* been designated as memorial funds by the family. C, J. Miller EnWARDSVILLE - George J. Miller, 77. a retired farmer, died at 6 a.m. today at his residence, Rt. 2. Fl. Russrll Township, of a heart attack. Bom Feb. 15, 1883 in Ft. Russell Township, a son of the latp Joseph and Albertlna Miller, he was married to Lillian Frentz, who preceded him In death. In 1944 br was married to Mrs. Frances G. JOIIPS. who survives. Throe daughters, a step-daughter She was married in Alton Juno and a step-son survive: Mrs. Lil- 8, 1917, in First Presbyterian Church to Paul Jacoby. They were parents of two children, a daughter, Mrs. James M. Stooker, and a son, Dr. Robert C. Jacoby, both of Alton; a brother. W. G. Wels- bach. Los Angeles, and two grandchildren. Mrs. Jacoby was a member and active In work of First Presbyterian Church for many years where her husband has served as older lian Buhs. Bunker Hill: Mrs. Reinhardt H. Schmidt and Mrs. Robert Hammack, both of Edwardsville; Sgt. Joseph C. Jones, Columbia, Mo.; and Mrs. Melrose Tenney, St. Louis. Also surviving are two brothers and a sister: Mrs. John Kobermann, Andrew Miller and John Miller, all of St. LoUis. There are six surviving grandchildren and seven great-grand- Fisher Case May Go to Jurv Toclav • and headed the stewardship committee for financing the church. .. . „ _. She also was a member of Alton , Hp , " HR a m ''' nf * r °' *• *«'•' Chapter. Order of PJasterr, su,,.. i ^ Church whnrc a Requiem High, and belonged to White Shrine, and i f 1 * 8 . w '" b ' sun * at 9 armET " e8 "' had hold office, in both orwrniza-i day , by ^^ Geor * e *V *""«•-, tjons 'pastor. Friends may ix.ll at thei Dr. E. J. Vance, pastor of First ?>»«•« Funeral Home after 5p.m. I Presbyterian Church, will official* ^f^ ^ Rotary will be recited at rites Tuesday at 10 a.m. m Gent if 8 f ™\ * Iondayr Int ™ nt *•«' Cliapel. Interment will be in Val-'"' in St Mary s Cpmptcr y. halla Memorial Park. Friends may > call at. the chapel after '2 p.m. MOM- i day. ROOTS WAVE IN THE BREEZE Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Norman and Thursday morning. The tree was at Mike Bourland look at a neighbor's tree the comer of the Griffee lot, 702 Frank* which fell, blocking Franklin street, lin.—Staff Photo. Storm Dealt Many Heavy Blows to One Alton Resident One Alton ian feels the storm. Hospital Notes ALTON MEMORIAL MEDICAL KDWART3SV1LLK of 16-year-old David Luther ;Fisher, charged with murder In ithp slaying of his father at the ! family home near Mitchell last I March 21. was expected to go ! to the jury late this afternoon i after closing arguments by opposing counsel arc heard after lunch. Both the state and defence counsel in the case concluded their evidence about 6 p.m. Friday in the court of Circuit Kludge Joseph J. Barr and al- jtnmeys were still working on I instructions to the jury this jmornipg. j Witnesses heard Friday, called Itii the stand by young Fisher's attorney, Austin Lewis, included the youth's mother, three sisters and a brother. All testified I that the father often carried a | pistol on his left hip and slept ixvith it under his pillow, i Testimony also brought out Iwas that the father "nagged" j David about various matters. ; including the way he wore his hair and "because he didn't do 'things right." One of the sis- i ter^ testified that her father '"beat" her with his belt before j she was married and another j testified that her father had! !threatened her boy friend with! | a pistol before she left home. A younger sister, a student; TAKE IT AWA\\ NOT OURS Carport roof belonging to Louis Looks like enough help in the back- Dodge, 228 Kozier, lies in yard of next ground to carry it back. — Photo by door neighbor John Holland, at 230. John Budde. New Atlas Took Firsl Order Head of Order Department At Laclede Steel Retires System OK in Test W. H. Egelhoff The man who accepted the first order at the Alton Works Barney -Arst dealt him loo many, and too; wouldn - t budge. So. Mr. House- heavy, blows. j holder Rot urn a hammer. and^ Irs ' Rutn MJlfort. 1218 Wash-; The night of the big wind, ajtapped the top of the window; M ^ g °B arhara We dding. God- i et p ra "!! e C * y hi * h j 50 "? 01 '! rAPF rANAVVRAI «„ (AP . ol Laclede Steel Co. has retired, tree limb blew onto the dropjframe. You guessed it: He f, ey . , wept on the witness stand when t-APE CANAVERAL. Fla. (AP) ^ >g ^^ wrjtj thp , nl ^ line carrying electric power toj broke' the glass. : Airs. 'Alice Creeling, Shipman ! sho testified that her father had j— The Air Force successfully fired ( j, i( mj jj order fhflt seM the his house. The force was *o' Tough breaks Nos. 5, 6, 7. 8, , SURGICAL 'molested her about two years: an jnertially guided Atlas missile 8 . ilich ro ]|j nK mi j| al Alton info Aitnn aR *°. • . , j r, ,. j on a 5.000-mile test flight down action. «'ion! At one point Judge Barr called . a recess of 10 minutes in court' 010 Atlantic missile ran S e early Harry JhRSKYVILLE-William Hen-. g ,. ea , that t he electric meter 9 ad infinitum. i Fred Moyer, Chicago ry Egelhoff. 86, died at 11:30 p.m.| was pu!led from the side o f the So to bed he went, wearv-^ 11 '" Violot Ash lo<*. Friday at his home. 213 E. Car- house. witn xvires , pipes< metal - * ' ni«»ii««*i DISMISSALS «: plates, and bits of brick. That a he'd been up late two nights in,. _ . a row because of the storm. 1 j, hH , Ueloref! Magee - penter St. He WHS born July 16, 1873, a son;was bad break No. 1. of tho late Mr and Mrs. John Egel-; Near the back door, a limb i 1:30. and a hard day ahead. ; V'icki Myers, Wood River hoff. ; n |ew from a tree, fell onto a ! It's almost more than hu- Debbie Bienemann, South Rox* Surviving are his wife, Mrs. An-;rose trellis, broke it against the;man flesh so the mother of David could i today. . ; and hern he was retiring about;Mrs. Klsie Ewen, 3405 Thomas! rc P ain hcr composure when .ehe.i Proejct officials reported the, Monxel. head of the Alton Works order department, I . f u uloe er e can stand, jnaEselhoff; four sons. Henry, Leo, j garage. In the trellis a pair of | mused.—JJD. land Clarence. Jerseyville, and|cardinals had nested. Tough| | Walter. Piasa; five daughters. Mrs. | break No. 2. Edna Siiuenvein and Mrs. Harry Karr. Jerseyville; Mrs. Charles In the same part of the yard, the same limb tore down the te!-l jCray. Marathon. Fla., Mrs. Albert j ephone wire. Tough break No. 3.| i Lawrence, Miami, and Mrs. Leon- j Ej mi niaple and locust trees iard Willman. Fieldon; a brother,| wcre damaged by the storm.; I Charles. Jerseyvilie; 12 grandchil-!\j en w pre hired to saw off brok- 1 ' Idren, and 11 great-grandchildren. i en Hmbs, to saw down two, Mr. Ej?elhoff was a member of trees, and to dean up the yard.! At U of I Student From India Visits he ana Robert Stanton, 1004 State Max Hendricks, 2605 Hillcrest Lee Brown, East Alton Miss Earline Weaver, 3024 Glenwood Michael T. Yavorski, 1917 Burling Dr. Mrs. Frances Booth. Dow Mrs. Pauline Hendricks, Bethalto David Zumbaum, Bethalto too. wept on the stand in'the'powerful 83-foot rocket achieved'"""Pany Thursday, his effee- midst of her testimony. ;all test objectives In boosting its five retirement date. He joined A rebuttal witness called by re-entry body to a patch of water j Assistant State's Attorney Bur-1 in the South Atlantic, ton Bernard, who is prosecuting! The announcement said "Pri- 1 the case, was a Granite Cityjmary objectives were to deter- acquaintance of the elder Fish- j mine performance of the missile er. He said he had known the!during the operation of Its all- first in 1917. Monzel had been with the old Alton Steel Co. in 1914 when it was placed in receivership. When it was sold to Laclede in 1915, Monxel was among those ST. ANTHONY'S Krishan Lai Datta. Roor Kee, 1 ADMISSIONS j Piasa Evangelical & Reformed Expensive. Tough break No. 4. India, who is currently working; Mrs. Amelia M. Winkler, 739 slain man for about six years, inertial guidance system and to! h "f d ' .. ... „. , , had never seen him carry a gun i assess tho missile's ability to, re-! , He saw the Altron Wo , r ^ s env and as far as he knew the elder iceive and react to the steering j pl ^ ment grow f , roin ^l on§ 'Fisher had a "peaceful reputa-1 commands." *nally. to more than J.OOO, and ... _ •• „, . ! he personally processed the or- inertial guidance test was dprs for a pmduct line which Fireworks Tonight IIAKKY MONZEL 'the second in a series aimed at Church. | in the house: No power for on his master's thesis at the! Silver Funeral rites Tuesday at 2 p.m. j the stove, or the.ice box, or the i University of Illinois, is a guestj^^LaW^^^h^th^Cot- jin Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home:deep freeze, or the clocks, or in the home of Mr. and Mrs. ta ' HJ j ls 8 s ' will be conducted by the Rev. Leo-i the air-conditioners. R. A. Cousley, 608 E. 16th St.] DISMISSALS Mrs. Joy Norman, 3627 Aber- nard Todd, pastor of Alton Evange-j The family's grocer proved to i for the weekend. deen Funeral rites for Barney Arst.i |ical & Reformed Church. Burial;be a good guy. He let the; Datta and Robert Thomberry, ^ en 621 Oak retired Alton businessman and wil1 be in Oak Grove Cemetery.! harassed householder and his! husband of the former Carole! wood R , j Godfrey one of the founders of Temple Friends may call at the funeral; wife put the deep freeze sup-, Cousley, are both completing (Mrs. Florence Benner, 606 An- EDWARDSV1LLE — The an-i developing the Atlas for the tulti- jnual Fourth of July fireworks • mate, quick-retaliation goal for display sponsored by American i which it is designed. Legion Post 199, will be held Inertial guidance—essentially a this evening beginning about 9 j built-in brain that issues an an-j commands—will make firing of all today at the Legion park i stationed at one base. It also will Israel. Alton, were conducted no ™e after 2 p.m. Sunday. Friday at 11:30 a.m. In Rinds-; hoff Chapel, St. Louis, by Rabbi! \§» f\ Robert Jacobs, who is associate IfJUSS UWCDS ed with the Hillel Foundation! i plies in the market's refrigera-jwork on degrees in the Depart-i derson 'tor. ! ment of Architecture at Illinois.|Miss lona O. Staton, 116 Vir- i Came Friday, an electrician.;The topic of Datta's thesis isi Einia, East Alton He installed equipment for the: "Bridges in Relation to t h e W R TOWNSHIP ! new meter on the outside of thej Landscape. ; MEDICAL today, the fireworks display will grew from barrel hoops and bed year, he was placed on detach- stock to reinforcement bars, e ^ service at large, and spent construction joists and hundreds i the last week at Gen. John J of merchant products. ;Pershing's headquarters. The first order taken by Mon-; Following his discharge from jzel was signed by Mr. KeltneiMhe Army, Monzel took employ|of Smith & Davis Manufactur- j ment with Belle City Malleable Co. of St. Louis. It was for Iron Co.. a branch of Interna- strip steel and the end product i tional Harvester at Racine, Wis. j be held at the same iday evening, and should rain weather. in St. Louis. Burial was in, Miss Edith Ann Owens a resi- house ' In tjle basement he irv ! He came to the United States j Mrs. Helen J. Wieneke, 322 Chesed She! Emeth Cemetery,' dent of Alton nearly all of her! stalled a new fuse box (ml « hti through the International Coop-j Broadway, East Alton St. Louis. Mr. Arst died Thurs-luf e , died at 1 a.m. today in Maini as wel1 do jt ' since work ' 5 belng !erative Administration, Indiani Davld *;• T i rn | r ',, B ^ al i o . l . u day night in St. Anthony's Hos-istreet Nursing Home at the! ^f and *^ pital. age o f 66. future.) The union tiecmc misslon) which serves as as Alton In failing health since last A daughter of the late Mr. and; men came and inslajled the me 'i teacher-training program to; DISMISSALS sites, is immune | Thp firm js one of Lacjgde's-tive seniority date, he returned and is unaffected 0 |,j est custpmers and still plac- tu Laclede as supervisor of the ! prevent a Sunday display, at The At.as launching followed by' ^^ {W the AIton ««™'»'orjw «teparttn.nt at the Alton several hours Friday's explosion In 1918 Monze| volunteered, A native Altonian. Harry of the first operational prototype jffr Army servjce and was as .i Monzel vvas born !9 p.m. Monday. i ter. Power was restored. bring students from India to get'Edward S. Villeneuve, 807 Fifth, East Alton Belt, South October, he had undergone sur-'Mrs. Payton Owens, she was ... —~ - ~ gery in a St. Louis hospital in born Dec. 12. 1893. at Wanda. \ So ' deep-freeze supplies engineering, scientific and tech- the hope that it would be bene- A brother, Herbert of Alton, were "'ougnt oacK i om in ^nological training. This gives ^ ficial. He had failed to improve and nieces and nephews, sur-' store - Everything seeme o ay , nem an opportunity to obtain following the operation and had vive. She was preceded in death agam " « x P ensive - " U1 ever - v - higher education and research!Mrs. Dorothy I. Roberts, Cot- been in and out of St Anthonv s by her parents, four sisters. thinR wo| ' kmE agam> .. experience in American univer-^ tage Hills Hospital several times since and two brothers. ^ Fl lday afternoon, the slljes- Ivy J. Suire, South Roxana then, and had last entered the The body is at Jacoby Bros. harassed couple went tO MasS n n ti. i. ,„•«,.„.»„ „„.!,.*=.* M ™/.. Ide11 C Cato ' Cotta 8 e hospital three months ago. Funeral Home. Jerseyville, Mr. Arst, who was 72, had where friends may call after 7 been retired since 1957 whenipm. today. a Laclede Gas Strilie May Be Ended to Headquarters de- destroyed the missile about 300| tank Train Motorized Unit> Ar . n t to the JJtxliei ' s university architect " C 8 tor^dinner stopped ai! and l<eader of arc h> tect ui'e at theiRamona Lee Beasley, 1176 ' «u-Jr.,,-n«' University of Roorkee. Reader; tnen went he turned his business, May Funeral rites Monday at 10:30 Furniture Co., East Alton, and'a.m. in the funeral home will be; a scrap iron business over to'followed by burial in Oak Grove; his sons. His home was at 800'Cemetery, Jerseyville. Niagara Ave., East Alton. He had been in business in: Madison County since 1905 and was former proprietor of the, o. -i »* r. /-v old Hub Furniture store in Ai-j »tnke May Be Over ton, located for a number of home. All was serene, but: The back door was front door couldn't be used be-i cause the ed from the inside. of architecture is a rank similar i Dennis Earl Woolridge, 239 feet above the launch area when it went out of control. : In another Atlantic missile test, \ a Scout research rocket fired from j Wallops Island, Va., went askew' Friday night and was destroyed as a safety measure. It had been programmed for a 5,000-mile i ST. LOUIS (AP) - A tentative U '8 ht agreement to settle a one-day In other U ' S - missile develop- strike of 2,000 Laclede Gas Co. un- ! ments: 1. The Defense Department an-; nounced it has taken over the! riving in France in July of that reared 1203 Main St, where he makes his home today with his wife, Irene. They were married April 5, 1930. ' to that of "assoHato ni-nfpssnr" ! Bellwood, East Alton stuok. The ?° """ ? r associate professor , M Q M R j 4g in Amflpir»a« nn)trar*cifiac ( . _ "^- * T *' «»***Jf ^v 469 Tipton in American universities. iDa'visT^mmings: 960" VVhUe" The father of five children,] law ages 2, 4. 8. 10 and 13, Datta| Miss Viola Mae Lorts, 162 South ion employes, reached early to- Iday after a lengthy session, will 'be put to a membership vote this j Marshall Islands proving ground in the Pacific as a target area 8-Week CoiiHtruction To' open" the "back door, they | ha* been in this country for al- 1 tried grass clippers, a heavy :™ost a year. Following the com-! South Tv-elfth trowel, and a spade to pry it i Potion of his thesis, IIP will re-: Mrs . H azel D. McClanahan. open No success. tui-n to mdia ~ P'^bably some- Cottage Hills They tried to open a kitchen time in August. ' ROCKFORD. 111. (AP» - Con- |win dow - one of those small When he first arrived in this afternoon. No details of the tentative agreement were disclosed, pending the membership vote. Lead- |ers of the Oil for tests of intercontinental ballistic missiles, to be fired from 5,100 miles away in California. an( j 2. The atomic submarine George j ,_.__..,_ ST.JOSEPH S , (! O J ---—•*--•• w•«**•• | ***< v*»* ' ^swi* . \Y1JIUIAV -" UIIC \Jt iuwtjv. «j*»»*»»* years at the corner of Broad- jS , mc , jon contractors Friday re-i ones . above the electric stove.!country, he went .on a 10-day MEDICAL way and Pia.a streets and he caljed m tj lneers to |—' ; t ' w - ndow !!l h "^,r^ ed . a , f rr! ^eir jobs, putting a temporary S/inches. That farth, abou ;|orientation visit and sightseeing i S^'t^T. 1 ^^ ^"ISn* 0 " I come of the vote. ; Atomic Workers Union declined to i Washington headed to sea fromj isay whether they would recom- ;Ca P e Canaveral, familiarizing its 'mend approval of the proposal. mnv ^' ith *?. Atlantic rockc^t They said only that they would ' ' "' submit it to the members. The strike will continue pending out-.launching of the Godfrey Methodists to Break Ground Sunday lLS.Plahe Is Missing Near Russia | GODFREY — Ground break- jing ceremonies for the new Godfrey Methodis^ Church on j Grace street will be held Sunday morning between worship services. Rev. John- R. Curtis Jr., announced today. Contract for the new sanctuary, to be built on the she of the Old Wesley House which was recently raxed, has been let to E. OSLO, Norway .**--An Amer- S. •an reconnaissance bomber.* 0 begin work next week. store in the 300-block of Eastj ena - to Broadway. ; rnillion ' Russian-born and one of 10'projects children, Arst came to the! f ne United States at the age of 14.' With an elder brother, Sam, he dollars in tieup construction .„,,., ^ „ „. 'Mrs. Mamie Mormino, 420 the win-(tour in Washington, D. C. Since i short, Wood River '*• Tnp Pentagon reported that i which disappeared on a map- of the building program ot 60idow would go and no farther, he has been at the University of j Mrs. Phyllis Beckwlth, Cottage i Daniel C. Rogers, Federal Concili- dustry are threatening to upset iction! so, back to the door. With 1 Illinois, he has taken tours toj Hills jator Monroe K. Sheehan and un- the Production schedule for the' i State Mediation Board Chairman i labor disputes in the aviation in- ping mission was last heard wiU be approximately $104,000. from directly north of the Sov- DUI '" IB ««»tniclion of the new shut down projects two months ago, complaining that they couldn't con- vvas instrumental in bringing Unue operations w1th ^ mreat his widowed mother and all of his younger brothers and sisters to this country. He is survived by his wife, the former Minnie Lichtenstein of St. Louis, to whom he was mar* ried June 24, 1917; two sons, Sidney and David; two daughters, Mrs. Jack Copilevjtz and Mrs. Siegbert Stein, St. Louis, and three brothers, Manuel and Nathan, St. Louis, end Sam, Detroit, Mich. During the period of mourning, Mrs. Arst and members of family will be at the home of her son, Sidney, 3204 Edwards an operating engineers strike hanging over them. Operating Engineers Local 150 has been disputing over wages svith the contractors' association. The shutdown of construction activity left some 2,500 Rockford men jobless. Contractors said Friday the engineers will return to work Tuesday, and that construction will continue on a temporary basis for a month. might and main they worked. Finally, with a spade, trowel and clippers inserted, and by Florida and southern states; j New York and Canada, around the Niagara Falls area. pushing with all their mlgh'.j Points of great interest to him SURGICAL 411* Vine | H hnnt on 2432 Bloomer |about % they managed to force the door (were the bridges in hen, the discovered: leading to Key West; ar Florida and the 26- Mrs. Edith Hagemeler, Worden a Donnie Lee Antoine, 404 Me- Casland, East Alton DISMISSALS i ion and company officials met for Polaris, a high-priority component Friday night ini' n ^ nation's defense picture, hotel. Then the union I , ._ ...... •»„,„« „„. „ han't been stuck! mile long bridge across Lake Mark ffman, 327 Bowman. Uranium for the first atomic bohb was found in a plateau of Colorado. representatives held'a 3»6-hour! TV,.,,-, caucus discussing the company: * tv ** proposal before returning to an- __... other joint session of 30 minutes! |f llCIl AlltO ' iet Kola Peninsula, a spokesman for the Norwegian air force said today. The six-jet RB47 plane, car-, frying six crewmen, gave its last! qu "' ed by church, Sunday school will be held as usual for the children in the basement of the present church and in the John Webb home which was recently ac- of trustees. i i i»c v*wvi ««*»»**• »• ——•- , * ( r BSt Alton by expansion due to the damp j Ponchartrata near Mew Orleans. | Mra- Iola ^ Dav , s 81g ^ weather. No. The latch on the! Dlll<ll 'g "is stay here he has, East Alton lock had quit working, wouldn't observed the differences in the j Mrs. Julia R. Eckenroed. Hart- Gov. James T. Blair conferred which ended with the announce-, 1 ment of a tentative agreement. Hits respond to the turn of (lie knob So, when they forced the door open they took a piece off the door jamb, took a piece of the door, cracked the door—besides making the white-painted jamb an unsightly thing by prying with clippers, trowel and spade. But, they are inside again. Next came the job of closing the kitchen window. U hadn't ibeen opened since the house countryside and in the people* foi ' d as compared to his home coun-l M jf s Deborah Ann Girth, Bun- try. He commented, "everything, M £f g'" Goldman Rt , seems so relaxed and infnrmnl M S?',..5uY__ Uolcln V n ' Rt J for two hours with Rogers before i | position as 73 degrees 30 min- jules north and 35 east, the I spokesman said. That would put it over the Barents Sea north- northeast of Norway's northern- The Webb property will be converted into a parsonage and the present parsonage on Pearl street will be sold. seems so relaxed and informal here in the United States." When questioned about his reaction toward U. S. universities, Datta said, "American students have great potential and desire for learning. However, they will become great in their Fosterburg John L. Grizzle, Rt. 1 Kane Mrs. Bernice Hedger, Rt. 1 East Alton Mrs. Rose Holliday, 105 Missouri i Mrs. Carolyn Koontz, 1925 in 195G - Gov - Pn "" M. Donnelly Pleasant the meeting. The strike is over a wage dispute. Negotiations continued until the contract expired at midnight Thursday. During the last Laclede strike was admitted for treatment at St. Joseph's Hospital, and Johnnie Lewis, 50 of 1317 Hampton St., received emergency room attention following an accident in which the car in which they were riding veered into a yard after 13 days ordered seizure of i at 911 Eliot Avt '- and Collided with MILDRED C. JACOBY was painted two years ago. It fields only if the teachers also| Josi ' ff,f,t *!*,-. it . .«^..... :L. .•!.• t.. f. . 1 1 ivi I's. Mi>. Shirley Lind. 311 Allen the company under an act ban-i u dwelling, at 3a.m. today. Services 10:00 A.M. Tuesday In toe Chapel. Itov. K. i. Vao0e etflolBttni. BurUa to VilbtU* MwaftrUI Park. In state at the Chapel after DiOO P3L Monday. the responsibility for goodi Ml _I. teaching." He feels that "over-, all direction and organization in Sharp, 1816 Belle 2140 W.v- T gniker. 842 Washinc- : tio " a 8 aliujl the union. ' ' " TU,, i»tt,»tii,i*i,xM..I .,» ning strikes against utilities. The Poli" { '. after investigation at the state then obtained a court injuiie- smit ' saicl " Sl ' dan driven by Mrs. Jackson went out of control after ton "" i'ic international representative turning into Eliot from Central our universties seem to be lack-iMrii. Martha M. Miller. 226 Pen- of the union, Joseph AppelbauinjThc house struck is that of Ulen Earlier U. S. Air Force cials in West Germany they believed the plane was! MATTOON, 111. (AP) — A vaca- down. Asked whether it might j tioning Neogo, III., man laved hit have strayed behind the Iron!son and another youth who had Curtain, a spokesman said ''I • slipped from a spillway into Lake don't think so." iMattoon Friday, then he suddenly The missing bomber took off: w '«it under and drowned. Friday from a British base to The victim wai Calvin W. White. . . OO i J _ . » .. . * map electromagnetic north of Norway. ing." The helpful attitudes of many people are enjoyed by Datta. He also appreciates the excellent U. brary facilities and available teaching materials found here to the United States. J. Elliott Forde, a Belfact bank- ar, explaining why most workers there are opposing payment of wages by'check, .aid It might oiife Wendle. Janewilie "give the show away" for those i Edwin Tepen. Mepnan ning. Wood River JMSIY COMMUNITY OlfiOICAL Mrs. Kenneth Brangenberg, Kampsvllle Joaeph Snider. Hardln Sl'RGICAL Vicki Shaw, Jerseyville Ronald White, Jerseyville Cynthia White, Jerseyville DliMIHSALS said the union had offered to ex-lM"i'y. wl >° ' s "way on a vacation. tend the old contract on a day- to-day basis, but the company re. jjected this. l^aclede said just before tha Ktrike started it had offered a 4 per cent wage hike plug fringe benefits equivalent to a 12V»-uent- an-lwmr increase, ft vaid this would add $700.000 a year to Its whose wives don't know how much they make. There arc munioipaJUtiaa named Washington in 1} State*, pot counting the one in the District Richard Cannon, Jerseyville U'usl* tuul "in fairness to ti\e customers, Laclede will not increase ! lhis> offer Struight time pay now averages $2.75 an hour for nminteiwnoe installation and service employee and &.4ti for office workers. Danny Atchiton, Jerseyville 0. G. Leach, Jerteyvilia Rtiberts. Jerseyville Mrs. David Isrlnshuusen, Jar- seyville Mrs. Iceland Fraley, Fieldon Mrs. William L. Bridges, Jar seyville L'harles Parr, Jerseyvillv M>'«. Arthur Oawdy, Dow Police listed some damage to the foundation of the dwelling, and to shrubbery. The automobile, damaged about its front end, was removed by Haper towing service. Mrs. Jackson, according to the police notation, was moved in a ambulance to St. Joseph's Hospital where she was found to have some lacerations abuut her head and ua injury to her right leg. Lewis WUK taken to the hospital in a police cur and was dismissed after injury to his right leg, shoulder, left Imnd, and knee. Police said traffic cumpluinU would be pressed against Mrs. Jackson, f Search planes began arriving fields . a welder (or a radiator loop in Mattoon. He was with his U-year- old Calvin, and his friend, today at Bodoe air base in Jerrv Mayhall, about 12. northern Norway to comb the | bleak waters off Norway's wild; coast for the plane. Crewmen were identified as: body was recovered. Youth Staked Fatally Capt. Eugene E. Posa, 38. j J,, pj^u. Q ver r;j,| Santa Monica. Calif.; Capt. Wil-, r |B|U uver Ulrl lard G. Palm, 39. Oak Ridge,' ROCKFORD, Ul. (AP) ~ Police Tenn.; Lt. Freeman B. Olm-1 said a fist-fight over a girl ended stead, 1*4. Klmira, N. Y; Lt. in the fatal stubbing Friday night John R. McKone, 28, Tongan-|of Odell Maciin. 21, of suburban oxie. Kan.; Lt. Dean B. Phillips, Nokumo Heights. 25. Inwood N Y and Lt. Os- Arrested for questioning waa car L. (iolorth. '.'B, Sardis. Okla.'Jumw Box, ]£, The Air of Nokomo »aid all the of- Heights. Both are Negtx**. The ficera wen' married and their scuffle took place at an interne. tome base i.s Topeka. Kan The tioii in the houtlQg project man were based temporarily in j the two lived, England. Maoiin died of chest Telegraph Want Ada "CLICK" 'Read To ttgrii>h Want Ada

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