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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Four Teachers Are Still Needed in Alton District Alton school district still needs one Spanish teacher, one Ger- mnn teacher and a couple of elementary teachers. The Board of Education Monday night at Haskell House pondered, among a glut of mid-summer problems, the status of the teaching staff for next fall. Thp hoard approved a recommendation for accepting the resignation of John Wiggins, Alton High School German teacher who is moving to California where he has accepted a teaching position; and the hiring of four ele- SVNNY AND WARM Showers and thunder- plains. It will continue warm in the Scattered .. showers are forecast tonight in the Ohio and Tennessee valleys, the Carolina*, the tnid-Mimtmippi Valley and eastern portion of the northern and southern Johnson Challenges Kennedy By -tOBN CHAtWICK LOS ANGELES (AP)-Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas today challenged Sen. John F. Kennedy of MassachusPttR to n face-to-face i »,- t- L TV. i debate of the issues at a joint Contos. Miss Mary Nisbet Mrs. . of h . tatp deIeBatl oiw. Virginia Smith, Mrs. AVnnda * ' mentary teachers and two ~ Miss junior Goldie high Ann Middle Atlantic states. Gulf Coast, southern plains and Washington and Oregon. (AP Wirephoto Map.) 3 Nabbd in Little Rock Attempt to Bomb School LITTLE ROC.K Ark. (API- Three white men were seized by the FBI early today and charged with trying to blow up a dormi- an Osceola, Ark., industrial plant. In Washington, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover said the three were the first arrests under the Civil tory-classroom building at Phi-j Rights Act of 1960 which makes lander Smith College for Negroes. Two hours after the arrests, an explosion rocked a small warehouse of the Little Rock school district only 10 blocks from the it n federal crime to transport explosives in interstate commerce for the purpose of Interfering with educational activities. The attempt to bomb the Negro Methodist Negro'college. No one (college followed by five months i a dynamite blast at the home of was hurt. J. J. Casper. FBI agent in charge at Little Rock, said two of the men were caught as they were lighting a candle leading to a fuse in a small black box, load- Carlotta Walls, one of five Negroes integrated into Central High School which reopened last fall after Gov. Orval E. Faubus had closed it against integration. ed with 40 sticks of dynamite. ' The Walls home was slightly Police Chief R. E. Glasscbck said his men had been guarding a damaged, but no one was hurt. Two Negro men were arrested number of public buildings in Lit- and given maximum pqson sen- tie Rock for several days "for se-jtences of five years. Both have WeatherForecast Alton and vicinity — Mostly sunny and continued warm and humid today with the high In the low 90s. Increasing cloudiness tonight and Wednesday with a thundershower tonight or Wednesday, Continued warm. Low tonight 70-75. High Wednes day in low 90s. Plans Move Forward For Airport Establishment of new airport facilities in the Madison-St. Clalr County area moved forward in three directions today. The newly formed El-County Airport commission, composed of three men each from Madi- Salmons, and Joseph E. Noeltner and Philip Youngberg. The board also: Authorized payment of $417.50 to its attorney, R. W. Griffith Jr., for service May 9— July 7 of this year; Approved award to Wells Tire Co. as low bitter at $1,018.91, on tires for buses and trucks; Approved purchases totaling $2,496.45 in nurses and athletic medical supplies; Approved new schoolroom equipment purchases totaling $11,274.38; Approve Salary Schedule Approved salary schedules Kennedy, riding a triumphant | crest toward the Democratic presidential nomination, replied he would go before the Texas delegation and proceed in any way Johnson and his -state delegates deemed advisable. However, Kennedy said he had campaigned in seven primary! setts delegation with me." Johnson, running second In the presidential , nomination sweep- _I — ~ ------ stakes but still insisting that he can overtake Kennedy, sprung his proposal for a joint debate at a morning news conference. that provide pay for extra duties . performed by instructors; ^ from Kefmedy Mt ^ Mag . hadleartiedI of a plot to dynamite! tive was ever given some buildings but did not elaborate. Students of 'Philander Smith College last spring figured in a number of lunch counter sit-ins. But the school with an enrollment of 500 has dismissed regular classes for summer vacation. Only a few students are attending summer school classes. Casper said he did not know how many students, if any, were in the college building when the bombing attempt was made shortly after midnight. The FBI, who first announced the arrests in Washington, refused to say how it happened to have agents lying in wait. FBI agents and police swarmed over the school warehouse area. Streets around it were barricaded. Neither Casper nor police were ready to Jink the explosion with the dynamiting attempt at the Negro college. All Casper would say was, "we are investigating." Police chased a car at high speed about 30 minutes after the bombing. The car;. struck by a bullet, turned over at the south edge of Little Rock. The occupants escaped in nearby woods. Casper said the two men picked up at the scene of the college bombing attempt were Emmett E. Miller, 44, and Robert Lloyd Parks, 38, both of West Memphis, Ark. Miller is a bookkeeper Jobless, Work Force Both Up the help of Southern Illinois University research facilities to explore the mechanics for j establishment of an airport in nique; Approved a finance report and payment of bills from three funds — $8,463.05 general, $2,1.11.88 transportation and $4,832 cafeteria; Approved monthly payroll tot- (aling $254,813.23; Approved bills paid since the previous board meeting, involving $808,369.23 from the general fund of which $720,000 was for settli«- ment of anticipation warrants, previously drawn, and $20, 189.46 from the 1957 construction fund for new construction work; Heard Superintendent J. B. Johnson's budget report which concerned mainly a. minor adjustment in bookkeeping tech- sachusetts senator be permitted to appear before the Tejcas delegation and present his views.' TUESDAY, JULY 12, .^gggggg^HHMBBMMaHBMHNMMMBBB** Council to Inspect Piasa Sewer Members of City Council were invited Monday night by City Engineer Thomas F. Griff In to accompany him and Setters Division Supt. Dave Ftoia today on an inspection of 'th« downtown section of Plftsa trunk sewer. Me promised "foul weather gear" — boots, slickers lights, even life-lines—would be provided for all. In response, he got no volunteers. The city legislators pleaded other engagements prevented their acceptance of the subterranean tour "on such short notice." Suggested by all members, however, was their Interest In a sewer Inspection tour, and they Immediately set Saturday afternoon, July 30, for the proposed excursion. Griffin assured he would be glad to arrange the future trip and would have due provision made for It. Members Informally asked that their inspection tour not be limited to the 109-year-old Piasa | duct but that it include other ! sewers of the city where special ! problems prevail. It was indi- j rated the entire afternoon might I he devoted to the inspection jun- !ket. I Mayor Day expressed some jdoubt as to the profit to council '.members of a trip through tho Piasa duct, commenting that it was inspected by engineers for Council; but the Council posl-j jected to the annexation of part LOS ANGELES (AP»—Despite| tne f .j ty and the GM&O a year fa subdivision, and saw other: stiff Dixie opposition, the Demo- BRO "The result," he said, "was rawbacks. j cratic convention is expected to nn estimate that repairs to a This happens frequently, said ad °P f toni * ht a P^'orm contain- cost of J245.000 were needed." Marshal], and added that the i"8 the party's strongest stand yet | Qriffin said that he had been i— -^ ^™u- hearing of the rickety condition MOTHER, SLEEPING BEAVTIES states and appeared in all so, CLEVELAND—Mrs, Lillian Franten- drops her suddenly into long coma«. Doc- states "and I have never found it ton|o Watches over daughters Venlte, « tow have been unable to explain ailment. necessary to bring the Massachu-| n eft ) an d Bemadette, 8, at Mount Steal Then last Sunday Venlta went Into a „*_ j-,^.*,™ ..HA m - Hospital. Since lant fall, Bentadette has deep sleep and was placed In a crib next suffered from a mysterious ailment that to Bernadette* (AP Wircphoto.) Council Annexes 3 Areas; Strongest Creates6NewPrecincts Ri Expected Three unincorporated areas) ton. Monday night, by City j nexation as a they ob- te T D ^«™«r^ on rf«natenrt that!were annexed to the City of Al-,said that, while they favor an-; The Texan proposed Instead tnat 4 _ »„„.,,,„., „•.„*< h,, <-!»«!,„«„«/«, „„ o ™n™ «,«, n h. the two state delegations have a joint meeting and that he add Kennedy argue out the major convention issues before them. 'Johnson suggested mat the meeting be thrown open to the press, radio, and television. By NORMAN WALKKK poned "indefinitely" consideration of a petition asking annexation of a portion of Meadowbrook Subdivision. __ The Council also created six persons ' seeking ""annexation on dvil rit?hs I new voting precincts, and fixed would not expect immediate ex- Delegates from nine Southern | of the Piasa trunk ever since new areas of the city. On question by Mayor P. W. ! that will be read to the convention, Kennedy's reply telegram was|voting-precinct boundaries i n I t ens i O n of municipal services states filed a vehement protest!he arrived in Alton, and that read by his brother, Robert F. ..... ' v , .. Kennedy, at a news conference. Kennedy said he accepted the invitation to appear at 3 o'clock session, preceding its semimonthly meeting as committee j PDT. of the whole. happy to know that! The ordinances Hoefert said annexation at this time might deprive the resi- ations transgress state guarantees of the consiturion. was anxious to see for himsell its condition. 1 "if emergency repairs arc : necessary. I should like to know one of the two counties. Former of three members I from the Board of Supervisors of each county, the commission i is planning a session July 19, i with the executive committee of the Southwestern Illinois Council of Mayors to see if that group WASHINGTON (AP) - Unem- has a " v recommendations. The ployment rose by nearly one mil- executlve committee favors use lion hi June as record numbers of summer job-seekers poured from school into the labor market, the Labor Department announced today. But unprecedented numbers of them found work waiting, with the result that total employment soared by 1,400,000 to 68,579,000, the highest level in history. This was about one million greater than a year ago. The comparison excludes Alaska and Hawaii, which were not counted in the Bureau of Labor Statistics tabulation last year. The over-all labor force, civilian jobholders and jobseekers combined, rose by 2,300,000, of which all but about 100,000 were boys and girls 14 to 19 years old. The unemployment' rate, after allowing for seasonal trends, rose from May's 4.9 per cent to 5.5 per of SIU research services on local governmental problems. Concurrently, in a semi-related airport matter, the Bi-State Development Agency, a six- Heard Dr. Johnson's report on a brochure planned for issuance next fall, prior to the proposed iyou are grateful for the support three areas, and those setting! and friendship that your Southern up new friends gave you in 1956. I were adopted unanimously ed in Alton , | tached from next fall, prior to the proposed «-"• -" ~ t debate . The petition from sn 'P- bond referendum, which would! "It is interesting to know that \ • Mea dowbrook residents,; On motion of Wiseman, ' . _ . I ,.,«J «.U M «V. »%A<«r TX**enna11tr Lilt- ivicfiuwvv ui v\jf\ *^w stress the need for "adequate space," or more buildings; Heard Lloyd Norman, director of special education, report that a visiting psychologist had examined two dozen mentally retarded children and had found, surprisingly, that one child's IQ you need them now. Personally, I I believe that the problems before us are far too important to be determined on the basis solely of regional and sectional issues. "As a firm believer in the Democratic process, especially as it relates to national party con-j sec- which was jOWCMVUn ieoiucni.:>, ; - -™-- -_ . . explained during thelonded by Springman, the Coun- ;Macon - Ud - » !*1 • 1. . _j_*.. . Dt«* D1nnl* ...- committee session by Attorney i oil unanimously voted to post-i But Bloch rejected airy idea the Harrv Marshall prompted dis-spone consideration indefinitely. 1 Georgia delegation would walk out ** a L '-y m \ I'm rtv<n+«*cr1 ealtlimtrrli h« OElirl '*T cussion and a number of questions were asked of the attor-j Menu Didn't Include Wr do not propose to be bound ' about it by my own observations, not just by pictures and •ior reports." he said. b«' entcii'd upon tli<- minutes of the 1 Griffin added that in an> convention. ' said the joint state--event, he felt annual or moiv ment presented by Charles Bloch, | frequent inspections of the Piasa duct were needed. "I'm concerned as to safety ol the physical structure, «nd want in protest, although he said "I to see for the condition,, was 117 — which indicated "an ventions, may I suggest that in ney. Annexed Areas The areas annexed are: | tne Shrubs at Drive-In I »»* **» Wkl'flf l*H.»»*^»*d*« ••%• fcF»MM • I . , - t can't answer for" other Southern J" certain sectjons that have i states. * n ,£,'.,'. .... „. „ ' Griffin s initial inspection was Rep. Chester Bowles of Connect- carried Qut ln thfi forenooj] ^ Platform Committee chair- intelligent brain-injured child;" 480 Graduate I pear together before a joint sea- county Missouri-Illinois organi-j Heard report that 480 werej zution, is considering a proposal| gm duated from Alton High b.v the St. Ixiuis Airport Com.^^^ j n June, six high school diplomas were awarded to students who passed General Edu- cent. uneni p lovilie nt rate, after Parks an employe of an auto Parts^—' — = mission that a small executive- type airport be constructed on the Illinois side of the river. The agency previously had shown interest in the construction of n major airport somewhere In St. Glair-Madison County area. Agency Chairman C. M. Roos reported that the building of an executive-type airport would not eliminate the Agency's interest in a major airport somewhere in the two-county area. A large airport for large aircraft and a small executive-type airport both would be desirable in this area, Roos stated. Still another phase of the gen- rose i pral airport picture was seen setts delegations in caucus and de- man , , predicted the convention * ^ ' day as planned. cational Development tests, j 3 plus 19 adults from night school; Heard school nurses' annual MiwteK u,« •" —- " ~ , Alto Senjor ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP>response to your request we -^ ^'^^^^ ^ 800^ A a ^^^ ^^ ., s thanS acTes eaTt of Semi-jestablishment called AlbuquerqS 1 Wllten wth *"** ^^» sm i nearby area j police and complained that a man Bowles tried to minimize the | Rt 4 near thvjwas outside "eating the wer-;' dea of ^V Party SP 1 * 1 or South-1 'intersection with the southwest- j greens." ;™ convention bolt saying: "I; Iprlv riKht-of-way line of the; Officers arrested a 41-year-oJd!believe the party will stay togeth- ; t'GM&O Railroad <miul standing in front of thei e r '° help forge a victory in No-i to be! All three of the annexed area&j place with a mouth full of pine vember." 'were completely surrounded by (needles. ""*" ! _... ij.1 _i. .-.11 i '*/"YKwrii Patrolman Hurt later this week." Casper said the third man ar-: rested, Hugh Lymr Adams, 33, \ was picked up at his home atj Bassett. Ark. He is a foreman at ' ' '.from May's 4.9 per cent to 5.5 per May or, .no he r scene A^ spec- death6 . report that showed 585 pases of communicable disease during the school year just past, 56 "other conditions" of health difficulties, 1,895 corrections of hearing, vision or teeth, 102 throat cultures, 5,270 immunizations; 2,156 home visitations, 505 students taken home, 106 students taken to doctor, 877 students received special counseling, 2,141 parents received counseling, 1,840 medical examinations, 1,695 dental examinations, two student' ine UClCl JIJtlIIC\4t Party strategists expressed; Patrolman Arthur A. Pitts The Texan's letter to Kennedy was in response to a request by the Massachusetts senator that he be permitted to appear before the Texas delegation. Johnson released the correspondence at a news conference. In response to questions, Johnson asserted that he believed the situation as to voting strength among the delegates "except for the headlines is about the same as when we came here. HIP fttv of Alton although alii "Obviously drunk," said the doubts that the South, no matter, Jr., 2309 Humbert St., avoided were in Wood River Township. |police report. l ""» '-*- 1 "' * hDi " ""*"' "'»»""" - -~i«^— »"•. —,.,,.. (City Clerk Paul Price today; went to Edwardsville to file certified copies of the three annexation ordinances, and maps, with the recorder of deeds and the county clerk. This will complete the annexation process in time for the County Board to include the areas in the new voting precincts.i The Council by ordinance, ap- unemployment was Bridge Survey (Continued From Page 1.) would be a duplication. As revamped in committee and referred back to the Council for final disposition reads: the resolution The rate compared with the highest postwar June unemployment rate of 7 'per cent in 1958. The factory work week in' creased by one-tenth of an hour j to an even 40 hours on the aver| age, a gain somewhat smaller than normal for the season. The work-week was lengthened sufficiently, however, to boost the earnings of factqry production ial election is slated this Sat-! jurriay in Belleville to determine I whether Belleville taxpayers are in favor of setting up a Belleville Airport Authority. Proposed in Belleville is a 24U-acre facility with a 4.200 foot concrete main runway, similar to the Civic Memorial Airport near Alton. This would be nn executive-type airport only 20 minutes from downtown St. Louis. > VV11171J T**, V-*****V- »X<1. *.» . - , . . He said there had been "a re- proved new precinct lines, which California delegation I will be submitted Wednesday to Kennedy from get-(the County- Board by Supervisor "Whereas the use of Market (workers by 23 cents a week to street and an extension thereof as a route for the connection between the Clark Bridge-McAdams Highway complex and FA Route 132 fnorth Belt Route); $91.60, while hourly earnings remained unchanged at $2.29. More than half the jobless were between 14 and 24 years of age. The huge increase in the num- seems to offer attractive possi-|ber of students entering the labor bilities, and "Whereas the City Plan Commission has recommended that the City Coundl request the Illinois Division of Highways to undertake an engineering study to determine the feasibility of using Market street right-of-way, for a portion of such highway connection, now therefore market foreshadowed "the manpower challenge of the 1960's," reporters were told by Dr. Seymour Wolfbein at a news conference. Dr. Wolfbein, deputy assistant secretary of labor for manpower, was referring to the fact that the economy must expand to accommodate an enormous increase in the number of youngsters arriv- "Be it resolved by the Council ling at working age each year. of the City of Alton: The influx, causing an increase "That the Division of Highways!in unemployment just about twice be requested and urged to under-1 as great as Is usual in June, was take an engineering study to de-!also attributable in part to the termine the fwiKibilit.s of utili/,-!fact that the department's survey Approved payment of bills toi ti as t suppO rt there as Stephen B. Kennedy. Approval R x'«,,rt«,,i«,,. ni HH j™,,o- „,„. make C. B. Neudecker, plastering contractor, which totaled $1,492.68 for work done at high school auditorium, $141.17 for Central School, $378.39 for West Junior, $272.78 The site under consideration I Q O . for the proposed airport is at D 'i scussw] | ng i, sc hool drop . for East Junior, $208.56 for Gar- b ^ b ki j ohn80n - s can- field and $136.84 for Irving; didacy Accepted recommendation of Johnson treated ^ California E. M Leamon, assistant sup- and Pennsylvania resu li s as enntendent, that the student in- 3™,,,^ to a stand-off so far as the effect on Kennedy strength is had anticipated. \*>y the county board will make On the other hand, Johnson the city and county precincts conform, and boundaries will be the same for all elections. 6 New Precincts said, Kennedy had received more backing in the Pennsylvania delegation than had been expected surance ! next contract with tht be continued Horace Mannj Fifty-ninth street and U.S. Route out (total 88 last year) and was 460. There are thousands of ac-| told ^ , his is be , ow Uir avo ,.. IPS of land available at this site for future expansion, a report indicated. The addition of an airport on thin side of the river for executive planes would relieve Lambert Airport air traffic jams by taking away some of the private planes there. No Further Sign of Kidnapped Australian SYDNEY, Australia (AP)—An intensive search of a wooded area north of Sidney has failed to turn age for high schools generally; Heard Macy Pruitt, curriculum (director, report the school district will receive a total reimbursement of $13,000 from three levels of government to pay in whole or part expenses involving children of military personnel 'stationed in area, students at- i tending from other districts, chil- em- jdren of Alton State jployeti residing there: Cheeking KnrollnienU Was told that auditors from the Illinois Department of Public Instruction are "spot-checking" school enrollments for 1957- In the question and answer session, Johnson said he assumes "Kennedy would not be sending wires to Southern delegations." and soliciting support in that quarter "if he had it sewed up." 80 Airmen Mining, how irked at their party platform.; a collision with an automobile would go Republican in the fall, j Monday at 8:26 p.m., but lost control of his police motorcycle and both he and the motorcycle skidded Into a Utility pole. While on patrol duty, Pitts „ , T i TT i ' T^y reasoned that Vice President Stewart INaraed Head > Richard M. Nixon would not I chance wooing the South by a | "soft" GOP dvil rights plank, out of fear of losing the North. The text of the Democratic platform is not to be made public until i was riding north on Alby street i when a car driven by Robert tonight, but many of its major pro- jT.McCarroll. 8631 N. 12th Ave.. visions have been disclosed in-! Phoen '*' Ariz - drove across the formally. The P lau " ot ™ expresses recent luncn ! intersection of 6th and Alby S y m .i streets in front of Pitts, the reported. admlms six new voting precincts, increasing the city's total from 33 to 39, and they will be numbered 34 through 39. Four of the ordinances add annexed areas to existing precincts as follows: Frank Smith tract added to Pet. 5; Delmar School trat't added to Pet. 9: Alton Brick Co. tract, Norval Mitchell tract and Rock Spring Country Club added to Pet. 26; Rodgers Park added to Pet. 33. One ordinance altered Pets. 31 and 32 and set up the six Dead During Cold "W ar i"«w. precincts which win sup- any further sign of 8-year-old 158 to determine the accuracy of Graeme Thome, kidnaped last j records for state aid; Thursday on the way to school. Voted to replace the gym, au- ing the right-of-way of Market|vwk. Jun< j 1^ to IS, was later] A cap, raincoat, schoolbookslditorium and main entrances at street and an extension thereof; tha manual. This meant that viv- as a limited access route for a tually all schools had let out by connection between the Clark the time the tally was made. Bridge-McAdHins Highway com- < Except for the t een-aKf and part of a lunch belonging to i Alton High School at a cost of the child were found Monday 8)$7,507 to Pittsburgh Plate Glass miles north of the city. Tin? urea|Co.; plex arid FA Route 1£2 withinomenoni and the fact that farm «Ufh connection to be rompat-j employment showed a bigger gain able with the major M reels plan. a pad of the Coiapi ehwioive Plan at (he City of Alton, as heretofore approved; and that it incorporate within iU study other alter- Mtaf it fe*U> ore moet practical as a rightof-way feu* the afore mttltkuwd limited acce** route. That upon completion of said the ptvUjtan ol Highways to recommen- 4*000* IP* a rout* seJectfed from among o« »tu4ied, uy- fittU^dWttl^Wlttt than usual— about one millionth* job trends were about normal for the season. Dr. Wolfbein said. There was a slight decline in factory employment, but it wan attributable to the declining rate of steel operations. Dr. Wolfbein said unemployment normally would be expected to rise in July, although the big gain in June might diminish the expwtable July improvement. 'IV rate of unemployment, he mid. should tfrt seasonally July Uwough October. NEW YORK (AP) — Eighty American airmen have died or been reported missing Ui cold war episodes during the past 10 years. The heaviest toll occurred on Sept. 2, 1955, when a turboprop transport plane was shot down in Soviet Armenia after going off course on a flight in Turkey. Russia returned the bodies of six crewmen, disclaiming knowledge of others. The United States said there had been 17 in the crew. Sixteen crewmen were lost July 29, 1,953, when a B50 bomber was shot down by MIGs over the Sea had been searched before, and po- i Accepted an offer of $925 — Ol Ja ** an lice expressed ^belief the kidnaper I half price — for cafeteria equip- had been there recently. There still was no word from the kidnaper beyond last Thursday's telephone call demanding $56,000 ransom. ( ATTUC OK FART OF UKMON8TBATION Cattle blocked an Indian transport plane from landing at Imphul rm-utly after political agitators drove the animals on to the field. The agitators, who are demanding "restoration of responsible government" in Manipui. also stopped vehicles driving into the city. ment to go to St. Paul's Episcopal Church; Heard School Engineer Don Keil report Uiat the June 30 storm losses totaled about $15,000 and that the adjusters had agreed to permit replacement of the destroyed Fosterburg quonset bus garage with a concrete block building; Approved Supt. Johnson's recommendation (or staging u dinner meeting tor board members, new teachers, principals aaid staff members alter the opening of school next fail. FourAlrirauTerritories Si }in French Agreement** PARIS (AP) — Four more French African territories signed an agreement with President Charles de Gaulle's government clearing the way top their independence next month. The countries—the Ivory Coast, Dahomey, Niger and Upper Volta —will remain within the French community on a commonwealth basis a« have Madagascar aad the Mali Federation. plant five precincts formerly in Wood River Township, and gives precinct designation to areas south of 4-lane E. Broadway. The petition for annexation of a section of Meadowbrook Subdivision was signed by 13 residents In lots 6 through 14. Marshall told the Council that when three property owners objected to annexation, in County Court recently, they were allowed by the court to withdraw. Annexation would present .vom« vexing problems, Marshall said, but "these people have evinced a great desire to be in the city." Meadowbrook contains 19 tots and the owners of 9 of them wish to annex. Blight low Vote . Both Councilman Clyde Wise* man and , Jerome Springman SHOP BY CATALC If* V«y oacJ Ceav*oJ*Bt Of Kimble Glass NEW YORK — William J. Stewart was elected president nnd general manager of Kimble Glass Co., a subsidiary of Ov.ens-Illinois Glass Co. He is a vice president of Owens-illi- nois. He succeeds Raymon H. ! V , lulf °l: d LT ho J S _ tl ^ r ! 8f l r r i "?... t0! sit-in' demonstrations' and' the rad"!' Pit ts guided hi* motorcycle a! equality decisions of the Su-iaround the front of McCarroll'.i 'preme Court. It also calls for fed-j c ar and at the same time h« had jeral injunction powers to enforce jt 0 keeji the motor from jump. ! civil rights infractions. Another party commitment to end federal aid to segregated housing projects is something that if implemented in administering the housing programs, could open a new field of civil rights controversy. The platform is expeded to criticize sharply President Eisenhow- trative division. Price Tag Trips Trigger, Salesman Dies One ordinance also creates; MADERAt Calif . (AP) _ A p rice tag tripped the trigger of a .25 caliber rifle as John Kay, 48-year- old sporting goods salesman, pulled it from the trunk of his car Monday. Kay was shot in the chest. He died an hour later. er's handling of foreign policy. ing the curb. Consequently. Pitts lost control of the motorcycle that skidded into a utility pole on the northeast corner of the intersection. Pitts, unseated, held onto the niolor- 4fcle and also skidded the pavement and slid along into the pole. He received some bruises and abrasions. THANK YOU We sincerely thank the business men of Alton, East Alton, Wood Rivet and surrounding areas vrho supported and helped us during our annual Illinois - Missouri Bi • State Meeting. Your effort* were greatly appreciated. HIASI PATtONIZI THI lUIINIIf CONCItNS IN THIS ARIA BROTHERHOOD OF RAILROAD TRAINMEN AND LADIES' AUXILIARIES MM. JOHN QATTON, Chairman, Illinois Division Advtrtltlng CommlttM

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