Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 20, 1963 · Page 6
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June 20, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 20,1963 Obituaries Dey CARL1NVILLE — Walter H Dey, retired banker, died a' 4:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Car linviile Area Hospital, where he 'iad been a patient for eight ,veeks. He was born July 12, 1881, in Plainview and came to Carlinville at an early age. He had been engaged as a banker for 58 years upon his retirement in 061, lastly serving as a vice president of the Carlinville Na- ional Bank. He entered the when counting calories^ you can count on COUNICAOIE The low, calorie, fofl 'flavored frozen dessert with NO ADDED SUGARS...Sweetened with 4» 30% FEWER CALORIES...with the taste tnd texw» flf ke cream. JUST 98 CALORIES PER SERVING. YonU «fijoy COUNT CALORIE in everyone of its 5 taste-thrilling flavors: Lemon, Strawberry, Coffee, Chocolate and Vaoills. Write for FREE educational diet pamphlets to: DAIRY MERCHANDISERS, INC •875 Ndrth Lincoln Avenue • Chicago 45, Illinois Consult your physician for your specific dietary "~ needs and limitations. COUNT CALORIE is available wherever you buy NOLL'S ICE CREAM banking business in 1903 with the Banking House of C. H. C. Anderson and remained with it until the closing during the bank moratorium of 1932. Dey had been school treasurer for 25 years and served as public administrator for Mac.oupin County under Governor Dwighl Green and Governor William Stratlon. He was presented a 50-year pin by the Illinois Bankers Assn. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday from the Heinz Funeral Home, the Rev. Wendell Stanford officiating. The Carlinville Lodge No. 1412, B.P.O.E., of which Dey was a charter member, Is in charge of the services. Burial will be in Mayfield Memorial Cemetery. Surviving are his wife, the ormer Nellie Deadrick, of Carlinville; a son, Harlan, of Urbana. Harmon Blaney Harmon, 74, Mrs. Neil (Erniel) Thomas atlier of Featherstone, 2229 Brown St., Alon, died at 9 p.m. Wednesday in St. Elizabeth's Hospital, East St. Louis, where he had been a patent for 11 weeks. He had been ill 'or more than a year. Born in West Plains, Mo,, he iad been a Granite City resident !or 59 years. In 1954 he retired rom Granite City Steel Corp. vhere he had been a pipe fitter. Mr. Harmon was a member o the Modern Woodmen of Airer tea and Trinity Methodist Church in Granite City. He was preceded in death by his wife, the formei Anna Judd in 1951. In addition to Mrs. Feather stone, he is survived by three sons, Thomas, James and Clar ence, all of Granite City; four brothers, Claude and Virgel of Granite City, James, of Witcheta Falls, Texas, and Olen of Kansas City, Mo.; two sisters, Mrs. Lena McElroy, Granite City, and Mrs Myrtle Lusk, St. Genevieve, Mo.; six grandchildren and three greai grandchildren. The body is at Mercer Funeral Home, 1416 Niedringhaus, Granite City, where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 1 p.m. at Trinity Methodist Church, Granite City. Burial will be in St. John's Cemetery. Neealy The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neealy, 2300 Locust St. died at 8:38 a.m. Wednesday shortly after birth. In addition to her parents the child is survived by three brothers, Samuel, Henry and George. The body was taken to the Bagbee Funeral Home in Alton and burial will be today in Alton City Cemetery. BIRMINGHAM — A colony of 4,000 West Indians is to have its own 'embassy' here to safeguard their interests. Most of the immigrants from the Indies are British subjects but have language difficulties. JAMES ARTHUR PARKER Services private. Rev. Frank McDuffee officiating. In state at the Chapel from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Home 240'^STAIf jTREEf ALTON, ILLINOIb NOW OPEN 3 NIGHTS A WEEK-MON. 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Siamese Twin Girls Are Separated PITTSBURGH (AP)—Surgeon have separated 14-day-old Sia mese twin girls in an operatic] that is rarely successful. The in fants were doing fairly well today The four-hour operation Wednes day at Children's Hospital "cam off as well as we could ask for,' said Dr. William B. Kiesewetter the hospital's chief surgeon. "They are dotng as well as wi can expect," he added. "They are breathing comfortably, and the! color is good. However, we need hree to five days before we can guess whether they're out of dan get. "We are somewhat encouraget hat their initial response has been "avorable." The girls, Rose Mary and Ruth (Vnn, were born June 7 to Mrs John Temoshenko, 32, of nearby Tarentum. The beaming mother said after the operation: "They looked just beautiful. I can't find the words to say anymore. They just look beautiful. 1 The twins shared one organ- heir liver—before the surgery, {iesewetter said the liver was arge enough to divide in half. The girls were joined from the fourth •ib to below the navel. During most of the operation, Mrs. Temoshenko stayed in the lospital chapel with her husband, ohn, 35, a metal shop employe, Temoshenko and his wife, Therese, have a three-year-old daughter and twin boys, James and John, 27 months. Harris Trial Continued In Fairf ield FAIRFIELD, HI. (AP) — Charles (Black Charlie) Harris' trial on a murder charge was continued today to Friday after his attorneys asked that a new Circuit Court judge be assigned to hear the case. Judge Randall S. Quindry granted the continuance after a closed-door conference, and said iie would announce his decision Friday. In a motion, Harris attorneys said they fear their client could not expect an impartial outlook on the case from Quindry or Judge Roy O. Gulley, but did not elaborate. The only other judge in the 2nd Circuit is Caswell J. Crebs of Robinson. Sixty-five persons had been summoned for the start of jury selection which had been continued from May 21 after Harris said two previous attorneys had withdrawn from the case. Harris, 66, was indicted Jan. 5 on a charge of shooting a farm neighbor, Howard S. Taylor. He had obtained a $1,000 court judgment from Harris a month earlier after charging Harris 1 hogs damaged his corn. A former employe at Harris' farm, Willie 0. Hutchcraft, 40, also was named in the murder indictment, but the charge later was dropped. Haarris, who served a prison term in the 1930s for counterfeiting, was a prohibition-period affiliate of Wayne County's Shelton gang. He has been questioned in several shootings, particularly the deaths of three Shelton brothers. But the Taylor shooting is Harris' first indictment in any slaying. GOP Leaders Propose Cut In Rights Bills WASHINGTON (AP) — There was some strong Republican opposition evident today to one of President Kennedy's civil rights proposals—the plan to desegregate privately owned firms by legal means. Senate Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois thumbed this provision out of a bipartisan bill he sponsored with Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana to carry out the remainder of the President's program. Chairman Leverett Saltonstall, R-Mass., reported that at a conference of all Senate Republicans Wednesday a majority indicated they would support the Dirksen- Mansfield bill calling for voluntary desegregation of private business firms. Dirksen said that in a last-minute move the administration dropped out of Its bill a provision which would have limited the enforcement of integration to firms doring more than $150,000 yearly gross business. He said a provision which would have excluded small lodging houses also had been abandoned. Republicans like Sen. Clifford P. Case, R-N.J., did not agree with Dirksen. But southern opponents appeared assured of enough GOP support to make enactment extremely doubtful. Meanwhile, the administration is continuing its efforts to speed desegregation voluntarily. Tough Hood Gets 3-8 For Holdup EDWARDSVILLE — Gaethel Beaton, 19, of Granite City, recently convicted of a shotgun holdup and accused of attacking a sheriff's investigator Monday, was sentenced from 3 to 8 years in prison today by Acting Circuit Judge Austin Levis. Beaton had been found guilty of armed robbery of two women at a Granite City doiiut shop. His m o t i o n for a new trial came up for hearing at noon today before Lewis who was presiding as acting circuit judge. The defendant, who had swung his handcuffed hands and inflicted wounds on sheriff's investigator Clyde Tisdel Jr., while being transferred from the bullpen to a cellblock in the Madison County jail last Monday, was manacled when brought into the courtroom today by three sheriff's deputies. During the hearing on Beaton's new trial motion, which was denied by the court, Judge Lewis Inquired: "Why are your hands be- lind your back?" Beaton replied: "I'm handcuffed." Lewis then ordered the handcuffs removed from the defendant. Hearing on the new trial motion was brief and the court mposed sentence. Kids Get Attention COPENHAGEN — Danish au- horities are planning a drive on :een-age dope addicts. So You Don't Play Golf? 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