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PAOUTWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3,1960 MOSTLY SIW/VY Shower? and thunderstorms air ex- Coast. Cooler weather will spread Into pected tonight in the Great Lakes area, the northern and centra) Plains, the fee Gulf coast and in South Carolina, upper Great Lakes and New England. Some fog Ik forecast for the West (AP Win-photo Map.) ! WeatherForecast 2 Charged In Iowa Robbery FAIRFIELD, Iowa (AP) - A man wanted in Illinois for robbery and his woman companion have been charged with robbery with aggravation in the holdup of a Fairfield grocery store. The man, William Moyer Jr., .30, alias William J. Tyler, formerly of Fairfield, was taken to a hospital in serious condition with six bullet wounds suffered in fx- change of fire ,with arresting officers. Charged with him was Anna May Baldwin, 35, qt.Peoria. HI. Miss Baldwin was arraigned Tuesday before a justice of the peace and held on $15,000 bond. Police said Moyer and Miss Baldwin walked into the White-T Super Value store in Fairfield Monday night, filled a cart with groceries and went to the checkout counter. Paul White, owner of the store, said Moyer drew a small pistol and ordered him to fill a bag with money. The two escaped with $580. Police gave this account: Highway patrolman Donald Woods spotted the getaway car northwest of Fairfield about two hours later, stopped the car and ordered the pah 1 out. Miss Baldwin complained of ili- . ness and went to the back of the car while the patrolman radioed tor hdp. She apparently slipped a 32 caliber pistol to Moyer when she returned. Moyer fired twice at Woods jusi as Patrolman B. D. Hall and Policeman Bill Angstead drove up. Woods ran for cover and was not hit Police returned Moyer's fire and he was brought down 30 feet from the car. Fairfield police said Illinois authorities have warrants accusing Moyer of three liquor store robberies within recent weeks. The Illinois information says a total of fl.586 was taken in two robberies of the same liquor store in De Kalb and one at Rochelle. Couple Adopts Triplet Boys By BOB BARNES LOS ANGELES (API—If you think one small child can upset the lives of long-childless couples, wait till you hear this: These folks adopted triplets. For 25 years M) 1 . and Mrs. James E. Fornero lived their quiet lives without the patter of little feet.'They slept late on days Alton and vicinity t Sunny, Uvarm and humid today; high in ithe mid 90's; partly cloudy to| night with chance of a brief | thundershower late this afternoon or tonight. Continued warm with low in the mid 70s tonight. Thursday mostly sunny with a chance of widely scattered thundershowers;. high in the mid 90's; winds southwesterly 12-18 m.p.h. today and tonight. Fidel Castro Is Moved 2 Injured New Firing To Secret Resting Place | In Brawl i Of Polaris In Tavern Successful Dalton Is Easy Winner In Missouri Primary HAVANA 'APt — Ailing Fidel Castro reportedly has moved out of his well-guarded suburban home to smother weji-guarded but more secluded resting place. A sourer 1 close to the Prime Minister said Castro had been persuaded to leave his residencr to avoid well-wishers and the ciirious so he can get the complete rest hi? doctors have ordered. It was unlikely there would be any official word on his whereabouts until Saturday, when he is scheduled to address the closing ••ession of the Communist-accented Latin-American youth congress. Rumors about Castro continued to fly fast and furiously. Otfe that gained little credence was that he lad flown secretly to Geneva for treatment of his ailment, which EserowFund ForMissouri Tax Set Up Arrangements have been made for members of the Southern Illinois Citizens' League to pay under protest their Missouri state income taxes into <in escrow fund, y spokesman for! !he league announced Tuesday Two men incurred injury ear- 1 CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. 'AP) night. A. L. Burnett ol Godfrey. Tuesday evening in a tavern J brawl, interrupted by police, I which reportedly started with an 'argument over the outcome of a i shuffle alley game. ; Four men were fined In police i court today as an aftermath of j the clash. The two injured participants were given emergency treatment at'a hospital following the affray and were able to be in court. tavern was closed by a police order for the rest of the night. And Police Chief John M. Heafner scheduled an interview vice president in charge of legal affairs, made the announcement at a league meeting in Collinsville. The Navy has moved the Polaris a step closfy to operational status with another successful firing of one of tlie submarine rockets. A Polaris popped from an underground tube Tuesday night and raced more than 1,100 miles down the Caribbean range in a shot termed completely successful by project officials. It was the ninth Polaris launching in four weeks and 28th this year. Twenty of the firings were successful. By LARRY HALL ST. LOUIS (AP) — Missouri voters will decide in November whether the next governor will be Democratic Atty, On. .Tohn M. Dallon or Republican State Rep. Edward 15. Farmer Jr. Dalton won the Democratic nomination Tuesday in a landslide. His final vote in the primary was more than 350,000 over his nearest competitor. Except in areas where local fights stirred the interest, voting was light, but the long ballot slowed the count. It looked as if the total would tun around 700.000— far short of the ^.7n».OfW eligible The shot followed the success-1 voters. fill firing of a Hound Dog missile' One incumbent congressman from a B52G jet bomber and the j was defeated in the 8th Congres today with the tavern operator on fajlm , p of an Af , as mJM ,, r (0 , akp j „,,,„„, DJ S|I .J (: I Richard H. Ic-hord. the questWn of whether there had i of . on n 7i0no . m jie flight bei-HUsej.14-.vvar.old Houston lawyer and been misuse of the shuffle board j of , as) . Sfironri t ,. ollb)p . has been officially described as, The escrow payment plan is; game in connection with serving! of drinks. Hound Dog. unleashed from the bomber as it flew high a lung 'infection. Extended Fprecast off, dined instead of ate. and| minois _ Temperatures nlnnnon tnaip H*ine -fnv tifr\ _ _ planned their trips for two. Then, zowie! Overnight everything changed. They got a family" in one fell swoop — three blond, blue-eyed boys still in diapers. will average near 3 degrees below normal northwest half to about normal southeast half. Normal high 82 north to 89 south. Normal low 62 north to 68 .south. Cooler south portion Thursday Bottles to fix, diapers to wash.| and south Portion Friday. Warm- pajamas to mend, diapers to' er about Saturday. Turning cool- ler again late Sunday or Monday. Precipitation will total one-half to one inch in scattered thundershowers about Saturday and in wash. That, says Mrs. Fornero, gives only a hint of what happened to their well - ordered ways when Richard, Robert and George moved in. Don't bother to gloat that they'll find out. They already have—over the last 15 months. The Forneros not only survived,' they loved it. ] "We're walking on Cloud Nine," Mrs. Fornero exulted after they got their final adoption papers in court Tuesday. "It's just wonderful." The youngsters, now 2&, were put up for adoption by a mother whose husband had deserted her. Fornero is an electronics company executive. He and his wife are 45. They live in suburban Northridge. Case Hopes For Serious Session By EBNE8T B. VACCABO WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Clifford P. Case (R-NJ) said today be hopes the Senate will keep political grandstanding to a minimum and buckle down to serious work when it meets again Monday. Caw said most senators already have had "a glorious opportunity to let off steam" at the Los Angeles and Chicago political conventions. Another call for serious Senate action came Tuesday night from Sen. Joseph S. Clark (D-Pa). He asked for major changes in Senate rules to open the way for a "hundred days" of action next year on Democratic proposals Clark said that during the post- convention session he will introduce rules changes to eliminate the filibuster, prevent time-wasting on irrelevant speeches and strip committee chairmen of much of their power to bottle up bills. Clark's proposals obviously were too sweeping for a short session to handle. The House does not inert ejtin until Aug. 15. Party hope to wrap up the ses- by Labor Day. j irk, due auiied scuue of! his ft» at legislative logjam* in 2 Cleared In Murder Of Woman ELIZABETHTOWN, 111. (AP)Two men questioned in the death of a Shawneetown woman have been cleared by lie detector tests and witnesses who came forward late Tuesday. State's Attorney James Gullet said lie detector tests were given to 44-year-old Herschel Angeleton and 35-year-old Charles Mathews, both of rural Cave-in-Rock. Gullet said the two men admited drinking with Mrs. Anna Mae Fuller, 40, before she was found dead early Monday. She was struck by a car while lying in State Highway 1, 8 miles north of Cave-in-Rock. Frederick A. Orman, 21-year-old Cave-in-Rock resident who was driving, told authorities he saw the woman stretched across the road and was unable to avoid hitting her. Authorities who examined the body were unable to determine whether she was killed by the car or dead before it hit her. Gullett, terming the death an apparent accident, quoted witnesses who came forward Tuesday as saying they saw the woman walking unsteadily along the road shortly before she was struck. Seventeen-year-old Ernest Crider and his father, Dewey, of Cave- in-Rock, said they had to swerve their car when they saw the woman walking in one lane of the highway. Another motorist, Danny Blair, 17, of Cave-in-Rock—said he saw the woman bitting at the side of the road with her feet and legs in the highway. Ainjeleton and Mathews told Gullet they accompanied the woman to Cave-in-Rock after attending a picnic with her in Old Siiawnee- town. AnjjeltUon said I if left Mrs Fuller and Muthcwu at Mathews' cabin. Mathews told Gullett he fell asleep and awoke to find Mrt>. Fuller tone lit- buid he learned south portions Thursday. Contract for Rasitig of Building OKd Award of a contract by Cityi Council to Anthony LaRoss Wrecking Co. for $1,400 on the demolition of a two-story building at 523 Belle St. has been approved by the Illinois Division of Highways, making possible an early start on the removal of the old stracture. The building was acquired under the city MFT project for opening W. 6th street from Piasa to Belle. The award of the contract was subject to approval of the Division of Highways because cost is to be defrayed from motor fuel tax funds. Included in the project is removal of some concrete foundation walls of a former outbui'ding on the site, and the refilling of the basement excavation of the brick building with sand. The city is having the building, which is very old, removed because of its rundown condition which made it inadvisable for leasing in the period while the street opening program is further advanced. LaRoss was named low bidder on July 11 when proposals were received by the city. Jury Rules Smoking Is Cancer Cause MIAMI, Fla. (AP)—Smoking is at least a factor in lung cancer, a federal jury has decided, but it refused to blame the cigarette maker. The jury declined Tuesday to assess any damages against the American Tobacco Co. The estate of Edwin Green, who died of lung cancer, had asked more than one million dollars. The plaintiff contended Green devejoped cancer of the left lung as a heavy smoker for 30 years of the firm's Lucky Strikes,* with an occasional switch to other brands. Green, himself, started the suit before his death. American Tobacco challenged lung cancer as cause of Green's death at age 49 in 1958. It also disputed that smoking causes can- tine Hid on Com pact Police Car Received Only one bid on a compact car for the police department was received at a bid opening in the office of City Manager G. W. Watt, Tuesday afternoon. Submitting the lone proposal was Chuck Diering Ford Sales which offered a Falcon sedan, with automatic drive, at $1,950.90. Watt said today that the proposal was taken under advisement, pending a check on performance of the model offered, and interior space it affords. Watt said he hpd expected a number of bids. Some dealers sent word they were unprepared to offer proposals at mis time. The car to be added to the police fleet under a budget appropriation approved last spring, is also to be radio equipped. Two bids on radio equipment were received yesterday,' one at $795, the other at $798. Specifications called for transistor type radio equip[ ment so the power required would be minimal. 'the result of an agreement between the league and the office | of the attorney general of Mis- Isouri. Barnett said. Cpl. Walter Conrad, first of j ovnr cape Canaveral, hit an Ocean four policemen- to arrive at the Ninth & Belle. Tavern at 817 Belle St. following an anonymous of a disturbance,, found target 300 miles away. speaker of the Missouri House, ousted Rep. A. S. J. Carnahan. I!.'!, who was tryins for an eighth term. Ichord, who finished the ram-| Board of Appeal* Asked lo Permit Go Kart Tracks 1 The Board of Appeal*, under authority it holds through the zoning code, has been asked to add go-kart tracks and amusement enterprises to permlssable property uses' under M-l zoning so that Frazler Playground*, Inc., tnay nroreed with a go- knrt track at ."HIS E. Broadway immediately east of Chessen Inne. Through F. Edward Todd as attorney. Frnzier Playgrounds has addressed to the hoard an jippoal from a ruling of the city building Inspector, James C. Hennett, refusing a building permit for their enterprise. The petilion asks the board to Eldred the bar where the bartender, Homer VV. Kile of 806 Union St.. held an automatic pistol as another man approached him. Cpl. Conrad, according to hisi report, called to the bartender toj lay the weapon down and started; E D \ V ARDSV1LLE - Program,^ _ ,„ over the bar to-break up thej {oi . the regu i ar Thursday eve-j son"" went to a man who lives Barnett said the league's en-j the dash st]1) ln ro „; , ideavors are not confined to liti- 1 .. » ., u _. ., u leaving _ at)on ; As he entered, he reported, he on its pad. 1 ..,., , |saw three or four men behind i We plan to promote our tight against non - resident taxation throughout Illinois and the rest of the nation right up through the U. S. Congress," he said. "It. therefore, behooves every citizen on the East, Side who works in Missouri, to join the league and protect not only h's pocketbook but. also his rights." "Too many of our rights." he continued, "are being sacrificed for the sake of expediency, and our league intends to fight this sacrificial erosion." The SICL was organized and issued an Illinois state charter in October 1959 as a civic, nonprofit organization to promote equitable taxation. Its membership, presently 2,200. is supporting the league's initial task of opposing the imposition of the Missouri state income tax and the St. Louis city earnings tax on Illinois residents who work in Missouri, Barnett said. •»••« -'"V. ........ ....»»... i KIIUIU, WIIU IIIMfMHU lin ..l»»il j «•«..._ • II—* r The Atlas engine ignited, but an jpaiBI1 , )y str etcher nnri wheelchair;'™' l < p an *a™™ *° ™ e » rt °' automatic sequence device detec-! nft ,,,. a '„„,.«. f»>|| and broke the PC rmissnble used Of premise* in manufacturing nisi nets so ted a malfunction and ordered 'legislator's leg. will face Carna- ' missile lorkiil: h an'K Ropublicnn brother-in-law,!<»<" th " ^\t\mtrr may operate Karl Schupp of Van Huron. ini» g°- kart trar>k trampolines November. Schupp had no pn- miniature golf, and erect an of mary opposition fi"«* building, r«i' rooms, and a nomination rasily. Qf _ ^ pr prw|j|ion , of Tl,- Dalton victory, regarded as Jhp ordinan .. P wlll now M|! „ cinch for more than a vear,, Concert Aug. 4 At Edwardsville " '•'"'•" ror moro man a vea , r ':puUic hearing at which the ap- ,was strictly no .-output. The only, , wjl) hp op ,, ncd to , ong i del a- i county he failed to carry, Atchi- ' . . V 11 <tion. "trouble." But just at this junc- lurc the bartender struck the man approaching him on the head with the pistol. The weapon apparently was discharged ac- ning concert of the Edwardsville: thnre, George Roberts of West- Municipal Band, to be held in'horo. the" City Park at 8 p.m. is as! ]„ 4.0x1 O f 4.347 precincts Dal-, Baiiiluuiii Reviews cidentally from the blow, thei sents ." follows: Theme. "Muny Band jton had 423,483 votes: James G. B('l"iuil Soldier* Pro-i Cox of Wellston '25,531; Roberts: " p march, "Festi-jis 9%; Milton Morris of Kansas! BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP> shot ranging upward towards thej va] day ... »z a mpa" overture: j City 17.749 and Roy E. Glidewell i King Baudouin today reviewed ceiling. By this time Conradi..j n n , e Mood;" "Saved byi 0 f '.Springfield. S.764. !about 230 Belgian soldiers newly was over the bar, he related, j o ,. acp .. and .> o - Mun River - The size of the Republican vote!returned from the Congo. Para where he broke up the clash. j from "showboat," vocal solos indicated Farmer would have his i troopers and commandos, they by Virgil Reeve, assistant pastor {work cut out for him in the Gen- are the first of a contingent of Three other policemen arrived at this time. iof First Baptist Church; "Of-| P ral election. In 3,743 precincts. 1.500 being flown home. A large Roger N. AJlen,, 33, of Rt. l.jfiolal West Point March:" in-1 Farmer had 93,928 to 53,321 for crowd watched quietly. Alton, who had incurred head wounds, and James R. Bell Jr., 24, 1112 E. Broadway, were taken to St. Joseph's Hospital emergency room. Bell was treat- The league filed a suit against led and dismissed. But Allen, ac- her death later. ELDRED Mr. and Mrs. EDWARDSVILLK - Dr. Uto Cohen, associate professor of economies at Southern Illinois University's Southwestern Campus, suggests thai the present individual income tax structure as a built-in or automatic stabilizer is rather limited in promoting economic stability in cer. The jury found after eight hours deliberation that Green's smoking was "a proximate cause or one of the proximate causes of the development of cancer in his left lung. ' It ruled, how-ewer, that the House Ruliib Committee The 9th and Belle street in' i lersection was scene ol a minor men. hM become the 'graveyard' of nuuto needed tagWation," Case in H report to his Nes\ Jersey H0 Wild it liw> loiiy aid, housing and! Uockttj other at 4:55 p.m. Tuesday a police accideni report reveals. The automobiles were a sedan operated by Velina Westliok of fit 1. Brighton, and a parked J*ffir*Qn loved mut.- io; ueiit much at hi* idle time playing tat Odd)*. i sedan of Bertha Yi*t of 1L'U5 I'mon. Daniage to the left side ol the Weiilick cur and to the Jell rear ol the Sho.il car \vus hated. manufacturer could not be held responsible prior to the cancer diagnosis Fell. 1. 19ali. for knowledge of any danger involved in smoking the cigarettes. It was brought out in the trial thai Ureen (ltd no. smoke again after the cancer diagnosis. African Catbollos It has been estimated thai are about 20 million Ro- iMi Catholic* In Africa, or cent of Atricu's total e«ti- i-tfd population of 230 million Charles King have received word from their son. Charles R. Ging. who teaches at the State College at Bozeman, Mont., has transferred and will teach at the State College at White Water, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. King and children, Marsha and Richard, will move to White Water later this month. Mrs. Eugenia (Perry) Harry of East St. Louis and Mrs, Max Sullens of St. Louis were Sunday guests of Miss Grace Clark, who is spending her vacation with her brother, Supervisor George F. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Griffith and daughters attended a fish dinner at Marquette Park for employes of R. H. Roll & Co. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Wessel were: Miss Agnes Berger, Mrs. Bess Sidell and Mrs. Ida Bartsch, all of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Waters and children spent. Sunday in Granite City as guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rehlek. Mrs. Clifford Gangwish and children, Michael and Elaina, returned to their home at Gibbon, Neb., Monday after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brannan. Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Vetter and daughter, Carol, and Mrs. Dennis Vetter attended the Vetter family reunion at the picnic area near the river at Kampsville. Mr. and Mrs. Byrl McGlasson and his mother, Mrs. Artie Howard, attended the burgoo supper at Glasgow Saturday. Article Written Missouri in February of this year and followed up with one against St. Louis in March. The St. Louis suit is pending in the St. Louis Circuit Court, and in | June the Missouri suit was I transferred on a change of ven- ut from the U. S. District Court in St. Louis to the U. S. District Court in Jefferson City where the suit is now pending. By SlU Man cording to the report, declined immediate treatment. He vas later returned to the hospital, the report states, and 30 sutures were applied by a doctor to close termission; "El Charro" march; ; R e p. William B. Ewald of Kirk-] , . . "Bali Ta'J"; vocal solo by Jewel j wood. The third man, Hairy C. | Cuba Aci.'UhCS U.S. Of Aggression Jones; "Sea Portrait;" "A Won-JTimmerman of Sullivan, got 29,-j derful Guy," vocal solo by Jew el 1668. Jones: "Swedish Rhapsody;"; The winner of the November "Rock and Roll Waltz;" "TheiHcction will succeed Democratic WASHINGTON (APi - Diplo- iGov. James T. Blair, who is in- ma " C SOUrce8 "^ ^ hM "?* 'eligible for a third term. l a 24 -P a * e memorandum to the Northern Pines March." TV sets in West Germany, i Inter-American Peace Committee now at 4 million, are gaining! The United States mints coins i accusing the United States of econ- a half dozen head lacerations. 'learns. Harry Eugene Bell, 36, of 1112 E. Broadway, also was listed as one of the participants in the altercation. Norman K. Williams, operator by 150,000 a month, Bonn i and prints currency for other |omic aggression and other alleged j nations on a contract basis. i anti-Cuban actions. The present escrow fund ar- of the tavern, filed peace dis- rangement pertains only to the I turbance complaints against Al- Missouri suit. It was agreed on by the SICL and the Missouri attorney general's office after several months of negotiating. During the negotiations, the attorney general's office was represented by James Convvay, assistant attorney general of Missouri, and the league wa.<? represented by its Illinois attor neys, Stanford Meyer of Belleville and Hillary Hallett of Alton. Meyer and Halletl stated they are "encouraged by the league's progress in its legal efforts to date." ' LEADER'S WIFE SEES OWN PLAY PERFORMED Sinead de Valera, wife of President de Valera, recently attended a performance of her play "An len and the two Bells. Police Chief Heafner followed up with a complaint against Homer W. File, the bartender, for discharge of firearms within the city. All four were fined $25 and costs on pleas of guilty before Police Magistrate Fred J. Schreiber today. According to the police report File, at the start of the brawl had discharged his pistol into the floor in an effort to restore order in the tavern, and the complaint against him was based on this 1 1> incident. The police report further states iliat investigation, after the brawl was quelled, revealed that the clash developed over the arrested patrons playing shuffle alley, and claiming drinks were due them from the tavern owner. Spearbhean 'na Suan," in St. Lpuis Convent National School a'! Some 1,830 exhibitors from Hathmines, Eire. The play won]25 countries had exhibits al first place in the school's drama ithe Utrecht, Holland, 1960 festival. i spring fair. Suggests Elimination Of Edwardsville Judge EDWARDSVILLE - A suggestion that the city council eliminate the municipal office of police magistrate, at a saving of $1,200 annually — when a new program becomes effective next year for election of justices of the peace by districts instead of Vuagniaux' tei-m as police magistrate expires next spring. The Madison County Board of I Supervisors has under consideration recommendations for division of the county into five dls-j tricts for election of justices of to\vnships — was posed to the (the peace and constables, and a, council Tuesday night by the in- suggested schedule of salaries! cumbent local magistrate, Earl and expense allowances when the Vuagniaux. jnew program takes effect next Vuagniaux stressed that the Examines Taxes i <:ity would sti11 retain the fines i collected in cases from local ar' r ' sts l<> ''•dwm'dwille Police un- his article, "A More Reoeit Measurement of the built-in flexibility of the Individual Income Tax," published in the June issue of the National Tax Journal. Cohen, who came to SlU from Kansas state College, received his BS. master at arts degree and doctor of philosophy degrees in econonucs from the University of California at Los Angeles year. Those municipalities such as Edwardsville, which already have an elective police magistrate would be entitled to continue the der the new setup, and it would be office, the magistrates serving possible lo save the $4,800 salary of a police magistrate, for a in addilion of justices of (he peace elected by districts established four-year term if that office were I under the new program enacted' dropped. iby the state legislature. Bouadarle Several hundred acres of H*n-i derson County, Ky., lie on the north side of the Ohio River, j When the boundaries were fixed, | the southern Indiana line was! placed at the north edge of the) river as it then flowed but, later) the river receded and left a plot ; -1 Kentucky land on the north ide. j YOU'LL LIKE FOSTER'S DELIVERY SERVICE ^"•^ Jut t siy "CMrit W'-if you BOND'S, 117 £ 3rd. O*M M«Nhiy cad MfcyTUIfP.il, OW HO I4III

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