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PAGE TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1960 flNI Kefauver Is Winner In Primary B.v »:tVIN SJOTt NASIIVli.I.F,, TMIII. <AT 1 '—Sen. FA' ; Knlauvrr won a third lorm dp v ! '-*nry TVtno- \\hHi rivil '(lint' he lightest •OR F CAST IIRIEF THIWDERSHOWERS Cooler wealhor is expected tonight in the northern and central Plains, with a warming (rend likely from eastern Washington and Oregon to central Montana. Showers and thunderstorms are Widow of Bullock Is Subpoenaed to Testify ST LOUIS (APi — Thr Ulobo- Democrat says the widow of murdered Jiimes S. Bullock has been MT\rd \vith H federal Mihpcna to appear in St. Louis Aug. 15 to testify in a lawsuit contesting her right to the $64.000 life insurance left by her husband. The newspaper said the former Edna Ruth Bullock, now Mrs. Dean Cole of Overland Park. Kan., a suburb of Kansas City, was handed the subpcna Tuesday. Bullock was found dying of .22 caliber bullet wounds in front of the City Art Museum in. Forest Park the night of Doc. 11 1958. His slaying is one of the most Weather In State Still Warm sensational unsolved murders in St. Louis history. The widow has refused to return to St. Louis for questioning since she left town, shortly after the killing. Her lawyers in the insurance case have served notice they in-1 B.v TI1K ASSOCIATED PHKSS Warm, sunny, rather humid weather Friday, brought Illinois into a normal summer pattern. Even the pending thundershow- ersrjn southern Illinois were part of » normal picture, the Weather Bureau said. The mercury rose to peaks in the low 80s along the north bor-| der and the low 90s in the region | south of Centralia. ' Near normal temperatures werej "jforecast for the next five days.! tend to take a deposition from her! Saturday was expected to bring! next Wednesday in Kansas City. \ samp inOTPasp '" the '"undershow-! The Globe-Democrat said her lawyers also have been trying to get a delay in the legal battle on with a stuiviin.c 1: in Thti; '-: T' era fir prini.ii ri!.- r the 11 i The race. Kllrd ml the lanky 57-yiMr-old senator's i earrer, hirnecl into his greatest triumph as the state's voters made 1 it unmistakably clear they preferred his liberal philosophy to that ol Judge Andrew T. Taylor. i a strong advocate Of segregation and states rights. Kofmivrr. the Democratic Vice presidential candidate in 1956. led from the outset and quickly grabbed a two - lo - one margin which he maintained throughout the night. With tabulations from 2381 of the state's 2635 precincts, the vote was: Kefauver 433,1)97 Taylor 218,981 The outcome had been watched nationally for an indication of the lion to the s adopted by the Democratic National Conven- f i Ta\ lor sharply criticized this platform plank, while Kefauver said only thut it went a little too far. Kefauver. t'-i. : his victory an , emphatic answer to "the detractors of the South, who tried to say that we are a backward people." Temperatures will average ' rh " Sol " h wi " contim- to near normal. Normal highs 82! move forward >" ^ main stream in north to 90 in south. Normal I ° r American civilization," he said. lows W in north to 71 south. Despite the decisive margin forecast for the northern Mississippi valley. Nebraska, southeastern Utah, South Carolina and southern sections of Virginia and Maryland. (AP Wire- photo Map) ! WeatherForecast 1 Alton and vicinity - Considerable sunshine today with scat- jlered showers or thundershow- iers late this afternoon or eve- 'ning. Not much change in temperature. High this afternoon 'around 90. Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday. Brief thundershowers .Saturday afternoon and evening. I»w tonight in Ihej lower 70s. High Saturday in the lower 90s. Extended Forecast Renter Gets Backing Of Labor INTERNATIONAL ItKAUTIKS IN CONTEST LONG BEACH, Calif. — Beauties from the four corners of the world gathered in Long Beach today for the start of the International Beauty pageant, successor to the Miss Universe contest which moved to Miami Iteach, Fla. Among them, left to right, uere U. S. Asks Vic Doyle, Former C/ar Prisoners in Little temperature change through Monday. Warmer in north portion Tuesday and Wednesday. Precipitation will total one-half lo one inch in showers about Saturday and in the east porton Sunday. er pattern. High temperatures Thursday j ranged from 70 at Chicago to 89; $18 Billion Of Economic Aid Since '54 Russia Free Of Gambling, Is Shot r|l ITT I \VO P llPt*S " ^ ° polled by Kefauver, Taylor went [ to bed without actually conceding! WASHINGTON <APi — The defeat. The soft-spoken circuit judge from Jackson admitted only "there are two strikes on me." In two weststate counties—Fayette and Haywood—Negroes voted in the primary for the first time since reconstruction days. There were no incidents. Negroes out- BELLEVILLE. III. (AP«—Vine, ent 'Vici Doyle, former East St. Louis gambling c/.ar. was found shot and gravely wounded today ! at his home .just outside Belle- United States again has asked the! V j|| f , Soviet Union lo free two Ameri-i Authorities were unable to learn can fliers and allow un impartial. circumstances of the shooting im- United Nations inquiry into the mediatelv. The first they knew of I Soviet downing of their RB47 over !|t canl e'in calls from St. Mary's! U. S. Spreads Its Bombing Around the Barents Sea July .1. The U. S. demands, previously turned down by the Soviets, were i number whites in both counties. I renewed in a formal note to Mos- |Hospital in East St. Louis, where; the tavern operator arrived in an ambulance at 8:10 a.m. i By ELTON C. FAY AP Military Affair* Writer ti>AoirrHT/-<'nnxT -«r-i t, i signature of Llovd E. Martin, r, .• •.•.„.' - i Hospital attendants said he had, WASHINGTON (AP) - U you ni «.,.,.„,„,-,, \.. 1V « thai thp Democratic nomination to the | CO w made public Thursday by the! heon lshot in )he left temp)e and j notice a sleek bomber parked at i ^elan. >,,ys that the CHICAGO (AP) — Republican Gov. Strntton, seeking a third consecutive term, was snubbed when state AFL-CIO policy makers handed oilt political indorse ments Thursday. The union lend ers are barking every Democrat on the stair ticket. The Illinois State AFL-CIO Com mittee on Political Education (COPE) bypassed Stratton in favor of Otto Kerner, his Democratic opponent in the rare for governor. Four years ago, the state AFL. then a separate organization, endorsed Stratton, noting that both he and his Democratic rival, Richard B. Austin, hud good labor record*. ' The state CIO approved Austin. There was some dissension Thursday before the endorsement jwas voted by the committee, con sisting of the state board of di- qeclorR and representatives of 2i I congressionaI districts. A spokesman said some among the approximately 100 present ad- ! vocated endorsing both Kernel : and Strallon. ! But the pro-Kerner move prevailed, he said, when proposed by the Cook County COPE. Kerner is a former Cook County judge. A spokesman said the Kerner endorsement "in effect reflects the opinion of the state membership" which numbers 1.200.000. Other Democrats endorsed are Son. Paul Douglas, seeking a third term; Samuel Shapiro, candidate tor lieutenant governor; James H McLaughlin for secretary of itate; Michael J. Howlett for auditor: and William G. Clark for attorney general. Reuben <;. Soderstrom, state .AFL-CIO director, said the can- pal Employes, has addressed to d(dates werfi cndorsed M indjv| . the City Council a protest on use duals ^l by party. 01 one-man police cars in traas-l Thp group a|so endgrsed two porting prisoners. | bmd issuo propositions m ^ L . ! The communication, filed today | linois ballot Nov. 8—one for con- with City Clerk Paul Price, over j struction of mental hospital facil Slavica Lazaric, Miss Ar^eiitma; Valle Raymonde, Miss Morocco; Caroline Lecerf, Miss Belgium; Miehiko Taka>»i, Miss Japan; Helga Kirsrh, Miss Germany; Magdelena Davila, Miss Ecuador. All were dressed in native rostumes. (AP Wirephoto) 1-Man Cars Protested Alton police department Local 9.'!9 of Slate. Cotmtv and Munici- the grounds she is pregnant. i at Bellevil!" and Vandalia. Dur-j Bullock's aunt, Mrs. Waller;, ling the night Rockford registered Duerbeck of St. Louis, seeks 519,736 of the insurance money and is trying to prevent the widow from getting any of it. |measurement. Police, who have spent thousands of hours the past 19 months; trying to solve the murder of the: 27-year-old part-time St. Louis Uni- • versity student and Union Electric i clerk, hope the federal court fight over the victim's legacy might provide dues. By JOHN M. HIGHTOWKK WASHINGTON lAP) — The United States and other industrial countries have poured 18 billion dollars worth of economic aid into dalia had .18 inch of rain in 24 j underdeveloped nations during the hours, the only significant official ; past six years The American Senate means election in this!state Department. Southern state. Two Republicans, f little known across the state j sought the GOP nomination. j All nine of the state's congress- jj,, ji| PKa ] detention and to seal | men were renominated. five of j them off from all contact with the recent was in critical condition. His con-1 >' our hometown airport, it's The note said "the Soviet 8ov-, (lition prevented authorities fromj t( > k en of the times - part of a .... . :ernment has decided, for purposes|questioning him. Hospital attend-'sweeping program to disperse the 1 | of its own. lo hold these two men an(s sa j c j no was conscious when i weapons with which to strike back remonstrance is the result of a , of! them without opposition. i outside world in flagrant disregard a low reading of 59. but Belleville's lowest mark was 72. Van- Nashville, Ross Bass of Pulaski and the Cliff Davis of Memphis had little trouble turning back their opponents. Unopposed for renomination But the Stale Department says |were Reps. Joe Evins. Tom Mur! greater effort is needed to fill fray and Robert Everett, Demo- Democrats James B. Frazier of ; of international law and practice." Chattanooga, Carlton Loser o/j While saying the U. S. govern- he arrived but that he made no'" 1 m<> of a sudden attack. statement. A few days ago the Strategic change in operation department. of onr-man .police- i cars was first proposed, says the| letter, it was said a two-man car Police said Doyle was found in,Air Command started sending in- waK f ' SSf ' nti <'' 1 ''"' transporting' the home by a sister, Mrs. Norma; dividual bombers to commercial | r "' 1Win " IK Aml f< "' " whil<> - :i Maney, who was summoned by a i airports, deploying them tempo-; twi> " m;i " l ' ; "' u ' ls kr< ' jl '" <l( 'P art - ities. the other for higher education facilities. Hearing Called On Alleged Sale Of Wine to Bo\ total was over 12 billions. Hiroshima Bombed 15 Years Ago By C. YATES MCDAMKI, WASHINGTON (API - Fifteen nlj ]| ion Protest Shift Of Carrier Construction NEW YORK (AP) — Brooklyn Navy Yard civilian workers are protesting what they say is a gov- jernment decision to shift the eon- j struction of a super aircraft car- j rier to a private shipyard at New! port News, Va. But the Virginia shipyard and 1 the Navy said private yards haven't even been asked for bids j a total of $12,025,000,000. Fourteen on the construction of the $29:51 other countries, including Britain, .•growing requirements, particular! ly in Asia and Africa, and to meet the expanding economic challenge of the Soviet Communist bloc. In a report to the Senate Foreign Relations and House Foreign Affairs committees released Thursday night, the department summarized aid totals since 1954 from 15 industrialized nations of the Free World. The report concluded "efforts so far have not been adequate to fill the requirement." The United States has supplied two-thirds of the economic assistance covered in the report for years ago obliterated tonight an explosion a city, signaled the France, Canada, Australia, Japan The Navy on July 20 assigned j iin d West Germany provided a lethal fear that 's future of mankind. In the new Jap;inese clouds the „ u , , „ . . c ; ily "[ But a still larger portion of the Hiroshima people of all faiths \vll !new shipbuilding program _ au- pause for a minute of silent thori ., ed , n ^ cum?nt session of to government yards the construe- i loans, grants and other assistance lion and conversion of ships with: totaling $5,904,000,000. a total cost of more man half aj The report to Congress billion dollars. crats, and B. Carroll Reece and Howard Baker, Republicans. Poses as Warden To Get Guns, Bullets ment "wishes to emphasize the; mai( j w ho was unable to get into : rarily from their regular air-i m ° nlal usp very serious view it takes of the the house : saner bomber over international waters. The Soviets contend it in- i vadcd Soviet airspace. But they 1 vetoed a proposal for a U. N. in- I vestigation into the facts. The two survivors of the RB47 ir Communist custody are the co- ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) — A man'P ilot . L1 - Freeman B. Olmstead posing as a representative of thel°f Elmira, N. Y., and the Alton Liquor Control Commis- dromes to train the crews in this: "How-eve,-.- the letter ««n.in-: sion hr ' s sot for 10 a ' m Au * > 3 Soviet action." the note gave .no Doy le seemed to lead a-new procedures. This is an exten- m?s - "'' rorpntly was di«-arded; at c ''y Ha " a lir e n * e revocation hint of any action Washington c h armpc j ijf e ; n the early days of,sion of SAC's pogram of building for a ""f-man car. We feel this,hearing based on the alleged his career. As fast as police would,more military airfields to scatter wi " prove- an unsafe condition iflsalo July 8 of some wine to a boy 18. The bourd will hear witnesses hi consideration of what action might lake. The United States claims 'he c | ose down his gambling and book its bombers and reduce eoncen- allowed | 0 continue. Safety of : Reds shot down the reconnais- ma kj n g establishments, he would Irat«i targets for enemy missiles I Ul)tl ' Police and prisoners is in- open them again. and planes. In the early 1940s when pick- The dispersal program is not ings were lush, police records; con fined to the Air Force. The show that the 'volved. " wp that you will t;ive — — — i A nc 'jiji3^j\:~i ocii Y J * "ft* ciiii la IIUL " . , police records j con fi ne( j to the Air Force. The| tlee|) cor "' t "'" and mat the condi-:lf any, should be taken. Carl 13. remnants of the j\j a vy (which learned a hard les- lio " wi " ^ corrected." ;\Vendle. operator of LaSalle Hr>Capone mob moved in on Doyle's "Ringside" gambling casino and cleared $60,000 in six months. Stone Mountain Prison branch S at01 '- Lt - J° h " R- McKone of Ton-; ey perjod talked an Atlanta hardware store ganoxie, Kan. ' Doyle's was said to have pocketed j ports, "le same easy-mon- son at Pearl Harbor) now keeps a large segment of its fleet either at sea or in widely separated jtel and Tavern. 208 E. Broad,1 c, . . T T . . ici emu ifivcrill. iwo r^. £>l the soviet Union was important, way has bcen g , ven notjce when only bombers, which need long hours to make intereontinen- he may attend to show cause .,.„., , , . jwhy his license should not be ila night posed the major men-1 suspendpd or revokcd The Army's strategic dispersal i acP . Today the enemy's arsenal! Arfjon h thp c/)mrnission is problem is more difficult. But it ________ r ________ „ _____ out of 1.4 revolvers, 6 shotguns j Thp b ° d y of t» c P'l°'. Maj. Wil-| h|ock from poijce headquarters. and more than 1,000 rounds of am-! lard Gf>OI 'K e Palm ' w »s returned munition. i by the Soviets. Palm was buried Salesman H. A. Keller told de-! witn ful1 honors at Arlington Na- tectives the man called July 28, i tional Cemetery Thursday. The was bombed three times in 1943— apparently by a rival syndicate. Police moved in after the third bombing and closed the place. j has revamped completely its bat- itlefield plans to avoid concen- tn , , predicated on an incident in in _ half an hour. | wni(:h thjw boys were a targets for atomic fire,^."^ 0 "!.."^^ ^ J"!bended in a car by police on W. against troops in action. While airplanes can be distrib- n-^u ri.o mi lucui \.uucu wui.r *0, -' " UUmUlIIK UI1U ClUSeU Ll»r fJJcll-C. . , .. . H rt 'ri4 said he was Warden Hoke Smith I fa" »f <*<' other three crewmen: The Egan ^ elbowed its way; ^ ^y j^**™ on ?°'|j£ and placed the order. That after- 18 ""known. * massive attack goes be-| Broadway _ „ bottle of wine ean . yond disposal of weapons. The government has its own dispersal fiscated, and a signed statement given by one of the boys that he prayer at 7:15 p.m. Eastern Standard Time tonight—Saturday morning, Aug. 6, Japan time-in and disclosed onl after ^ memory of some 70,000 who were killed outright and many others Congress—was to be put out for contracts with private builders, who were injured in the explosion j such construction of the first atomic bomb. Elsewhere in the world the anniversary may pass virtually unnoticed. But it will be remembered by the 10 surviving American servicemen on board the B29 "Enola Gay." TT>ey delivered the payoff of a World War II program that cost the United States two billion dollars. Since then, many times that tions had been concluded. The private yards would handle as the super- sized carrier, three guided missile frigates, three more Polaris missile submarines, two guided missile destroyers and two destroyer escorts. The Navy said that under a law which alternates construction between Navy and private yards, the carrier would have gone to the Navy. But the Na\-y asked for phasized that the United States is doing everything possible to get the other industrialized countries to increase their aid. But it said that in view of the vast needs such increases could not be counted on to bring any reduction in the U.S. effort. noon, Keller added, a man picked up the hardware and signed for ; it with the name S. L. Green. Smith was stunned when he got the invoice. He quickly notified env other authorities and the search an exception and it was granted! amount has been spent in making !by Pl . esident K i senh ower. i Vandalia Mayor Won't Take Dive VANDALIA, 111. (AP) - Mayor Cecil Smith isn't going to jump from a 50-foot ladder into a tank of water after all. Smith said reports that he would jump today to raise money to i.send Miss Illinois to the Miss America contest "were just for the culprit was on. Smith said the man's description fits a prisoner given his conditional release Dec. 15. ! Witmer Says Dems Ex-Castro Aid Sees New Revolt difficulties. The f i x e d hinn bases for transoceanic' includil * Cement ofj phaspf| , np win(1 Personnel to undisclosed or' P ' into Doyle's gambling take for, |(l .., . •a six per cent cut in the mid-40si; ''.. i i in•., 11 j i i' launclu and by 19-Mi the pendulum seemed; : lo r e .Sd^as o ^dir 1 '- ,r ,r r . *T nt . ^ ^ »«• ^«^^-^^ rockets, of course, can't, be moved , i/overnmem" Th,.,'.- -,ko K the •Vnniimiiiv «f " ,h ish ^ Uhllsh , down under constant ; from law enforcement agencies, i Police said he ran a blackjack | game for a time in a YMCA building. pressure' planm ' d k)( ' ations are known at of death of top officials. This has' home and abroad. militate significance. Bv law, the According to the police report. a policeman pursued and checked out 'ho automobile after seeing a boy. carrying a paper bag, enter the vehicle. Misleading Public WINCHESTER. 111. (API-Samuel W. Witwer, Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate, says the American public is being misled by charges the United States is second-rate militarily. "There must be no downgrading of America's military strength for partisan purposes," Witwer said Thursday at the Winchester American Legion annual picnic. He called for a speed-up in the i MIAMI. Fia. (AP)-Raui Chi-. Street Divider I has, one of Fidel Castro's top | aides in the Cuban revolution who fled to political exile in the Unit!ed States this week, says a re- Flared on Car He levelopment of nucl .ir power and I ward communism." also said there will be no' strengthening of other free ria- He said in a Miami Herald in- 'linns' military forces. vastly more lethal nuclear weapons or in seeking to devise means to counteract them. Only three men aboard the bomber that ushered in the mili-1 Service Ke*ll||ies tary atomic age art- still on active dut> The pilot, now Brig Gen.' NEW YORK (APi-The trains, lu , sujd U) whjp up interesl j n a j Paul W Tibb(-ts Jr.. commands; w 1 ' 1 "' rolhny again today on the f u nd-raibing carnival in City Park; Causes Slowdown (he Sti'Htcgic Air Command's Hthi Lo »K Island Rail Road, shut down' today _ An Division at MacDill Air Force |fo'' -^ «l">s by a trainmen's strike.. \' a " nda ii a nrrds $2,000 to send an Base in Florida. I Passenger "•<'"* started run-1 is . v ,. ai .. old hometown beauty, sistance movement in Cuba is growing but it is not strong enough to be feared by the Cuban Prime Minister. He predicted, however, that! Castro "won't last six months." | Chibas, 44, was Castro's treasurer during the revolution and helped condemn foes of the revolution in the 1959 "showcase" trials. He said he fell out withi Castro over his "obvious move to-' ji Island Rail Road wrestling match as advertised between Fire Chief Charles Higgins and Police Chief Dale Slater It was all part of a campaign,; (»ai*V (.rosUV * UllieisS LAS VKGAS, Nev. (APi — A mild hear! condition tt.-9'h bnmbardier. Lt Col. '»ng shortly after nudnight. j vi ;. ky Nul((M . as Mjsg ,, lillois to W. Fi j rcbi'i is squadron eleirironics maintenance oflicer at MacDill. The flight engineer. M Sgt Wyatt K. Du<wnburv. is tioned at Barksdale Air Force Bait. Shreveporl, La With the resumption of service, commuters could look forward to a fare increast- — estimated at si;,.inbuilt $Jij a year toi each cominu- Atlantic Cil\ and the Miss America contest. terviow Thursday: "Two months: I ago I was asked to resign as pres- j idem of the Western Railroad Co. because 1 had expressed dissatisfaction with the government to 1 persons I believed were my friends." i He refused and from that time i, Chibas said, he ./as under sur- Waller R. Witt of 1100 Liberty St. reported to police that pranksters or vandals placed a metal "turtleback" street divider on top of his automobile. The paint on the top of his car was scratched, he said. Witt parked his car at 4 a.m., today, when he returned home from work. This morning at 7:50, Mrs. Witt noticed the metal object on top of the car. The turtleback weighed 20 pounds. Where the street divider- was obtained by the pranj<- sters was unknown. Thjis was the second time within a month that a metal street- divider had been removed from the pavement. A Meshed. Iran, firm offer* "It i<: never an easy business uiav^ja^ Ono solution is to " haj ' don " thci President is the only official who lo Ei'ow up," said Britain's converted launt ' hcrs - I )ul ait?1T) in noles r( H could order use of nuclear weap-l Bishop of Southwell. "Some inforced to withstand anything | ons . ! people never manage it at all." : short of a direct hit by an enemy nuclear missile or bomb. A second solution is coming along. When the Air Force's Minuteman ICBM missile is ready, two launching techniques will be used. The solid-fuel rocket can be fired from a hardened site or from!] I ; railroad cars which will move j from spot to spot, constantly shifting launching positions. The Navy claims it has the best of all solutions in its Polaris submarine system. The sea service's argument is that not only does the system of launching ballistic mis- .Jsiles from submarines confound j enemy defenses and vastly reduce 'the danger of destruction of thej! launching base, hut if provides this added feature: If missiles bases aren't located i ; in the United Slates, the reason, for all-out nuclear attack on th( : I'nited Slates is reduced. Adm. Arlcigh Burke, chief of I naval operations, says the Navy's 1 strategy will be to move the mis-i silo-firing subs about under the es- ort of nuclear p.nvered antisub- Gurv fVrwhv t.. mid hie Vluminan ' iviesiieu. nan, nun uun« con OI IHICiear p.)\\ Hotel HI M-em" nt , v -k ' ' eiUanCt ' '*' ClWt ™ S " m '' 1'°''^-;<"«iuoise--10.000 Ibs. of uncut llml ine submarines. " *" ' y' niltf* MVll'lV niHl( il' Irfifl f^'llKu ! /»!•» a tit-inn If «« ..»* i.tnt-Kii- 'r>l, . .J.. - .- ..»• .. .. lation ticket. Part of this would, I IK'lllployiWIlt ill Nav>' Capt. W S. Paisuris. who e used to pu> for the peace pact agived to Wednesday with the directed the arming ol the noinbi 10 ^^ L-tiO striking BrotJierhood while the B29 was in flight be-;of Ridlroad Trainmen — conduc- tween the island of Tinian aiul! 101 ' 1 *- ti|l| «'t takers, switch tenders Japan, has since died He was an j and urakeim-n. admiral at the Una- of his death Of the crt-w members who have The trainmen gained a five-day «'ith no mluction in wages since left military service onei'hal had averaged $8.000 a year works with a candy nianutac- lor a six-day week. turer. three are sulewrwi. one is a draftsman, one works uith a scientific irwtruinenlb manulac- turer and another ii> in the electronics industry. v n A ihipyaid In Sujideiliui'i i ;,;i,i,i,,i ; U building two ve»i»el», jupi i.-itiu-. nulUon, to) com- j| n |.,,, Stockholm and Ohio : >,jih HUM Take* UU Turn TAS'/'LIMI IK ir '*>• Illinois Dfclinci' CHICAGO (API - Unemployment claims in Illinois declined 8 per cent last week from the preceding week Claims totalled 98,:fW compared with 99,101. l^abor Department said many employes returned to work ai plantK which resumed produc- I tion after shutdown* of a w<vk 01 I two, accounting for the dccliiu arm> major left Cuba lore anmialy, or cut stones. , , . . , .uw«4oj ».n. his young wife in usb>^ha S b<,;n under a doctor s a J7 . foo( ^^.^ £ , care. Hi« condition has been ag-| h(JU ,. s sailj , 0 K W J, isravated by recent diet, and the! physician has ordered rest. The hotel announced the termination Thursday. Carla Alberghel- ti will replace Gary next Thursday night, if Crosby can continue that long. He had been booked for a full month. The danger of a swift strike by the prool UK Of all state industries, Ihe transportation industry remained hard- with 1,500 employes out unemployment claims >* IIIM last uoek tolalleil l'^,S44 comiiared sow uiih 1 j.sX4 ihe week before. pup 11 i prelt.s UK Clio Mnaii of work. Initial UKKUir MONUKKI. HONOKKU M IKIKU U0<i SHOW The only mongrt'l dog aitend- in^.', a recent doj, 1 show in Dublin rccciu'd the National Canine Defense League Medal for a heroic act. Kim. the dog. had barked continuously until he alerted his owners to a fire in their sitting room They rushed in to save Robin Shekleloji, a small child, from being badly bunted. Japanese Crown Prince to Visit U. S. WASHINGTON (AP) — Japan's Crown Prince Akihito and Princess Miehiko will visit Chicago during their two weeks in (lie United States as guests of the Slate Department. The State Department said Thursday that the full schedule bus not been released, but the royal couple will arrive in.San Francisco Sept. M and will visit five other cities in addition to: and Mrs. Eisenhower A ill hobt the couple for three DID YOU KNOW! 1. Pioso FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN invested more than $1,400,000.00 Home Loon funds with E. I. P.'s during the 12 month period ending June 30, 1960. 2. You ore on E. I. P. at Piaso FIRST FEDERAL. •Extremely tmpurtaut f>er«oo Plasa First Federal STATI i WAU ITS. 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