Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 30, 1960 · Page 15
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July 30, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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SA1UKDAY, JULY 30, 1SWQ ALTON KVUMNG TBLEORAPH 3 Indiana Youths Are Captured m. (Aft- Indiana youths —• two boys and a girl — art in custody after their capture by etate truopeti In a day-font purstiit climaxed by the youths' running two roadblocks at high speed In a stolen , auto. , The lengthy hunt ended in • wood area Friday night when a state trooper spotted the girl and she told him where the boyi were hiding. Arrested were Kirk Little, 16, and Arthur (Ray) Butch Madon, 15, both of Peru, Ind., and Sandra Dougherty, 15, of Huiitingburg, Ind. The officers said Madon was on parole by juvenile authorities. They quoted the girl as saying that Madon stole the car used in the chase in Effingham. She said she met the youths early Friday In a Terre Haute, Ind., bus station where she bought a ticket for her home after quitting a carnival. They hitch-hiked Effingham. The stolen car plunged into a ditch on a curve on U.S. highway 45 after running the two roadblocks. The youths fled on foot In the predawn darkness. , Seven patrol cars, bloodhounds and a spotter plane were used in the hunt. During the search the youths broke into a farm house nenr Watson, III., the girl said, and took a shotgun, but had no shells lor it. They were refused admittance to another farm house not long before the capture NASA Tells Contractors OfSpaeePlan By VERN HAI'GLAXD WASHINGTON & — The National Aeronautics and Space Administration Friday gave detailed plans for a multi-billion- dollar space exploration program to potential contractors. Among projects in the program estimated to cost between 12 and 15 billion dollars are: 1. The Apollo — intended to carry a crew of three men on a moon orbit after first space flight is accomplished in a Mercury capsule orbiting the earth. 2. The Aerps — a satellite which would ride in the sky at the same speed as the earth's rotational timing. This is sometimes described as a stationary satellite. 3. The Prospector and Survey—or moon exploration vehicles. 4. The Rebound — the name! given to passive communica-i tions satellites from which ra-' dio and television signals could be bounced. NASA officials outlined the programs at a meeting of industry representatives. George M. Low, chief of manned space flight programs, told the group that the Apollo vehicle, to be launched by Saturn rockets, will be flexible enough to be capable of both ; flying around the moon—a stepj toward future manned landings, on the moon—and serving as a. manned laboratory orbiting the earth. 'Low said Apollo probably will be built on the modular or building-block concept, with three basic parts: 1. A command center, which j would house the crew during j the launching and during re-j entry to the earth's atmosphere, i 2. A propulsion unit which | would provide course correc-| tions, place the craft into an] orbit around the moon, eject it from that orbit,_or maneuver it during earth orbits. 3. A mission unit, which could be changed for various flight missions. Low said the Apollo program will be directed by the same group that is managing Project Mercury, aimed at .an attempt to send a manned capsule orbiting the earth next year. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF CLAIM DATB Notlet It hweby slv.n *on« thai ths first Monday (MI I ran to all par-1 onday In Sap-1 Claim Data In! C. JACOjBY ARA JACOBY) Of- iid, MB<lni in u* Probed rt of Madlion County. Illinois. ahat claims may b« Wed against tha said ««t»u on or bcfor* uld date without issuance of summons. Dated this Utb day of July, 1880. PAUL L. JACOBY. Executor . Probat. NOTICE OF NEW CLAIM DATE s •$?• and that 'claim* may b« ri.d agalnit tbf laid «•!•'• on or bafors laid dale without Uiuancs of summons. Dated this 13th day of July, I860. PAULINE A. BRECHT . Administratrix d* boots non with will attached HILT, Probate Cltrk. BT "•"><< . >" f • .. *, -^ '**;! *{'*-,'} CONFIDEKCTE BRAND NAMES SATISFACTION 4MK., fl «l . 4 - . folks buy Brand Why do you buy Brand Names? Because you trust them* You know that they are consistently good, that they always meet the high standards of quality you've set for yourself and your family. You'll find Brand Name products wher* ever you go. No guesswork shopping. Like good friends,' they're always there. The Brand Name manufacturer has built a reputation; He must maintain it, so he keeps his standards high, and strives constantly to make his product better. He's always first with new products and ideas. He employs lots of people. He helps balance the economy. You depend on him. He depends on you. Know your brands, and buy the brands you know. You'll find some of them on the pages of this newspaper. A Brand Name is a maker's reputation Brand Nam«» Foundation,. Inc., 437 Fifth Avenue, New York 16, N.Y. Alton Evening Telegraph

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