Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 6, 1963 · Page 13
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, JULY 6, 1963 ALTON EVfiNlNCJ Denote*,^ REPEAT PROGRAM fci'VI (AHO) «, HMUft (CHS) 4, Ml) (Mitt)) s, Kt.l'tt ll Saturday Evening TV Digest the Big 4 6 nenth Valley Dftyi 11 Country Show 6:25-4 kMOX-TV Edllortnl 6:30-2 Gallant Men (R) 4 Lucy-Desl C o tn e d y Hour (R) 5 Sam Benedict (R) 7:80—2 Hoolenanny 4 The Defenders (ft) 5 Joey Bishop (R) 11 Rlverboat At00—2 Lawrence Welk B Movie — "The President's Lady" (1935) Susan Hnywnrd, Charlton Hcslotl 8:30-4 Have Gun - Will Travel (ft) 11 Wrestling OifIO-2 Fight of the Week 4 Gunstnoke (ft) 0:45-2 Make That Spare 10:00—2 Movie—"Allnck of the Crab Monsters" (1957) Allison Hayes, William Hudson 4 5 News 11 All Sfm Bowling 10:05-15 'Weather 10:10-4 Weather 5 Movie—"The Flame & the Arrow" (1950) Virginia Mayo, Burl Lancaster 10:15—4 Movie—"Salome" (1953) Rita Hay worth, Stewart Granger 11:00-11 Roller Derby 11:30—2 Movie— "Spanish Main" (1945) Maureen O'Hara, Paul Heiireid 12:00-11 Movie — "El Alamein" (1954) Rita Mnreno, Scott Brady 12:10—5 News 12:15—4 Frankly Speaking 5 Movie- — "Betrayed" (1944) Kim Hunter, Robert Milehum 1:0(^2 News & Sports 1:05—2 Mahalla Jackson 1:15—4 Movie — "Two Guys From Milwaukee" (1946) Jan is Paige, Dennis Morgan 1:30—5 Weather 11 News 2:30—4 News & Religion R Denotes HEI'BAT PROOHAM Sunday> July 7 7:00—4 Religion & News 7:15-4 Big Picture 7:45—4 Christophers 8! 00-4 Camera Three 5 Film 8:20—2 Mahalla Jackson 8:25—2 News Break 8:30-2 Religious Reporter 4 Faith of Our Fathers b Hour c r St. Francis 8:45—2 Faith for Today 11 Ncwsrcels 8:00—4 Lamp Unto My Feet 5 Metropolitan Church 11 Gospel Time 9:15—2 Message of Rabbi 9:30—2 Fisher Family 4 Look Up & Live 5 This is the Life 11 Revival Hour 10:00—2 Herald of Truth 4 Montage 5 Frontiers of Faith 11 Big Picture 10:30—2 The Answer 4 Way of Life 5 Industry on Parade 11 Frontiers of Science 10:45—5 Americans at Work 11:00—2 Catholic Mass 4 Insight 5 Film 11 For Your Information 11:30—2 Scared Heart 4 Washington Report 5 Lone Ranger (R) 11 News In Review 11:45-2 Ask a Priest Noon—2 Viewpoint 4 Movie — "Northwest Passage" (1939) Spencer Tracy Ruth Hussey, Robert Young 5 Family Theater 11 Oral Roberts 12:30—2 Pro & Con 5 Movie — See Sat., 10:10 p.m., Cb. 5 11 Rev. Bceney 1:00—2 Directions '63 11 Report: Cunningham 1:30—2 Issues & Answers 11 Church of Christ 3:00—2 News: Beecher 4 International Hour 11 Championship Bridge 2:30—2 Wire Service (R) 5 It's a Great Life (R) 11 All Star Bowling 3:00—4 Communism: Myth vs. Reality 5 Amos 'n Andy (R) 3:30—2 Take Two 4 Space: The New Ocean 5 LUe of Riley (R) 11 Conte Presents 4:00—2 Major Adams, Trail' master (R) 4 Am- Musical Thc-'-o — "A. H. Cohen" 5 Ripcord (R) 4.30_4 Amateur Hour 5 Bullsvinkle 11 Movie — "The Under- pup" (1939) Gloria Jean, Robert Cummings 6:00—2 True Adventure 5 Meet the Press — Sen. John G. Tower (R.-Texas) 5:30—2 Aquanauts (R) 4 Mr. Ed (R) 5 Sea Hunt (R) SUNDAV EVENING 0:00—4 Lassie (R) 5 Ensign O'Toole (R) 11 Safari 6:30—2 Jetsous (R) 4 Dennis the Menace (R) 5 Disney's World "How to Relax" (R) 7:00—2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 Ed Sullivan (R) 7:30—2 Movie — "Tunes of Glory" (I960) Alex Guinness, John Mills 5 Car 54 (R) 11 Broken Arrow (R) 8:00-4 Real McCoys (R) 5 Bonanza (R) 11 Roller Derby 8:30-4 G.E. True (R) 9:00—4 Candid Camera (R) 5 Show of Week 11 Movie — "Down to Earth" (1947) Rita Hayworth, Larry Parks 9:30—2 Special—Presidential Mission 4 What's My Line 10! 00-2 Movie - "Viva Zapata!" (1952) Marlon Brando, Anthony Quinn 4 5 News 10:10—5 Weather 10:15-4 News 5 Movie - "Arch of Triumph" (1948) Ingrld Bergman, Charles Boyer lQ:25-4 Weather 10:30—4 Movie — "The King & Four Queens" (1957) Eleanor Parker, Clark Gable 11 :<IO—11 Movie — "Cross Channel" (1055) Yvonne Furneaux, Wayne Morris 11:30—2 News & Sports 11:35—2 Mahalla Jackson 12:05—4 Movie — "It Happened in Brooklyn" (1946) Frank Sinatra, Peter Lawford, Kathryn Grayson 12:15—5 News 12:30—11 News 12:40—11 Nuwsrcels & Religion JsGfi—4 News & Religion R Denotes UUl'liAT PROGHAM Monday Daytime, July 8 5:415—4 Give Us This Day 5:50—4 News: Tom «3moks (I:'10—4 Town and Country 6:30-4 P.S. 4 7:00—4 Morning Scene 5 Today: Hugh Downs 7:30—4 News: Cnrmichael 7:40—4 World of Mr. Zoom 8:0(1—2 Mahalla Jackson 4 Capt. Kangaroo 8:05—2 Farm Report 8:10—2 News 8:15—2 Meet Your Military 8:30—2 Medical Profile 8:45—2 Cartoons 0:00—4 Calendar 5 Say When 9:15—2 King & Odie 9:25—5 NBC News: Newman 9:30—2 Romper Room 4 I Love Lucy (R) 5 Play Your Hunch 10:00—4 The McCoys (R) 5 Price is Right 10:30—2 Seven Keys 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration 11:00—2 Tennessee Ernie 4 Love of ufe 5 1st Impression 11:25—4 CBS News: Reasoner 11:30—2 Father Knows Best (R) 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequences 11:45—4 Guiding Light 11:55—5 NBC News: Scherer Noon—2 General Hospital 4 News-Weather: Roby 5 News: Jim Burke 11 Newsreels 12:05—4 My Little Margie (R) 5 Charlotte Peters 12:15—11 Modern Almanac 12:30—2 Divorce Court 4 As World Turns 11 Jack LaLanne 1:00—4 Password 5 People Will Talk 11 Movie — See Sun., 11 p.m., Ch. 11 1:25—5 News: Kalber 1:30—2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 House Party 5 The Doctors 2:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) 2:15—11 Movie: See Sun., 9 p.m. Ch. 11. 2:25—4 News: Edwards 2:30—2 Who Do You Trust? 4 Edge of Night 5 You Don't Say 3:00—2 American Bandstand 4 5 3:25-5 Secret Storm Match Game News: Vanocur 3:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Millionaire (R) 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) 3:55—2 American Newsstand 4:00—2 Day in Court 4 SS Popeye 5 Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges (R) 4:25—2 Movie — "Bitter Creek" (1954) Beverly Garland, Bill Elliott 4:30—4 Movie — "California . Conquest" (1952) Teresa Wright, Cornel Wilde 5:00—5 Range Rider (R) 11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 5:30—5 Sea Hunt (R) 11 Huckleberry Hound 5:55-r-4 Sports: Carmlchael Boy Breaks Arm in Fall Out of Tree Mark McElroy, 6, of 3404 Milton Rd., suffered a fracture of his left arm Friday afternoon when he fell out of a tree in which he was climbing. The boy's father said his son was playing in an apple tree in their yard with a neighbor boy about 4:30 p.m. Friday when Mark fell from the tree on his arm. Two bones were fractured in the arm above the wrist, the father said. Newport Jazz Festival in Full Swing NEWPORT, R. I. (AP) - This once-sedate society center still was rocking today to the music of Muynard Ferguson, Dizzy Gillespie and Gerry Mulligan as ii braced itself for two more days of the 10th Newport Jazz Festival. Duke Ellington, Coleman Hawkins, Ramsey Lewis and Bud Freeman are among the entertainer? on tap for today and tonight. The festival ends Sunday. A near capacity crowd of 9,000 jazz buffs was on . hand Friday night. Reveling, though present was only a minor problem com' pared to heavy traffic. Twenty persons, mostly young people clad in sweatshirts am Bermuda shorts, were arrested by midnight. The charges included reveling and drinking. Police Probe Case of Dual Child Burial OZARK, Ark. (AP) — Officer following a map provided by A buquerque, N.M., authorise found the bodies of two infan girls yesterday in a shallow moun tainside grave near Highway Capt. Paul McDonald of the state police said the bizarre case also reaches into Russellville, Ark., 46 miles east of Ozark, where police believe the babies died, and into Santa Ana, Calif. The bodies were sent to the state medical examiner in Little Rock for autopsy. McDonald said the deaths may have been from natural causes but it would be "highly unusual for two babies to die the same night." Authorities in Russellville, Ozark, Albuquerque and Santa Ana were working to put the pieces of the complicated case together. McDonald said the police know the names of the parlies involved but no names would be released until the investigation is more complete. McDonald said information now in hand indicates that the infants, both about three months old, died while their parents were traveling through Arkansas with a "station wagon full of people" on March 18, They were buried thai night, according to word from Albuquerque, McDonald said. The case broke, he said, when the parents of the mother of one of the children asked her whert her baby was. This was in Santa Ana. She told of the burial and gave officers the name of an Albuquerque couple, parents of the other child, McDonald said. Albuquerque authorities talked to the couple and got a map show ing location of the bodies. Prosecutor Jeff Mobley said a Russellville that he would not file charges unti he receives a com $2 J /2 MILLION JOB Construction of a $2^ million incdi- superinteclncnt lor S. M, Wilson General cal-surgical building at Alton State Hos- Contractors, and Marion Jett, supervis- pital has started. Going over plans are, ing architect of the Illinois Division of left, Jim Hillery, assistant chief engineer Architecture and Engineering, at the institution, Ward Horror, job ___ Profumo Scandal Widens By KAYMOM) K. I'ALMBit LONDON (APi-A judge investigating the Profumo scandal was today reported checking into testi mony delivered at the Duchess ol Argyll divorce case, the heavily headlined sensation of two months ago. Newspapers satd I/>nl Denning, Ihp judge assigned by Prime Minister Macmillan to probe circumstances surrounding the Profumo case, had called for 1 a transcript of the divorce action. Tlv uproar over former « minister John with playgirl Profumo's affair Christine Keelei sparked rumors that other high officials were involved in activities Obituaries Greathouse James W. Greathouse, of 215 Donrr St., Roxana, a retired Shell Oil Co., omployp, died at 4:30 p.m. Friday in Alton Memorial Hospital. HP had boon in ill health for one year and a patient in the hospital for 10 weeks. Mr. Grenlhouse had completed 28 years serviee at Shell Oil Co. when he retired two years ago. He was born Juno 29, 1898, in Kampsville. His parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. James Gre-at- house. A veteran of World War I. Mr. Great house was a member of Post 204. American Legion. He attended Brown Street Baptist Church, Alton, and was a member of 1OOF Lodge. Wood River. Surviving are his wife, the former Myrtle Richardson, to whom he was married Aug. 1, 1925, at Columbia, III., and a sister, Bythe, Benld; a stater, Mr*. Christina Rhodes, Metlorn; 1SS grandchildren, and eight | r e ? t* grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 1:30 p.m. In Warner Funeral Home, Brighton, by the Rev. A. W. Duncan. Burial will be in Medora Cemetery, Friends may call at the funeral home after 1 p.m. Sunday. Mr. Carr was a mem her of A Telegraph Travel Feature Illinois Dresses Up a Park Man Arrested After Wild Shooting Spree Gossip has linked officials with]Mrs. Paul Gormley, Hartford. persons involved in the Argyll de- 1 Funeral rites will be conducted vorce hearing. Denning is com-!Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Marks Mortuary, Wood River, by the Rev. Waiter C. Burk, pastor of Wood River Baptist Church. Burial will mony delivered in a divorce case be in Wanda Cemetery South Rox- World War I Veterans, Alton Barracks 896, and members of the barracks will assemble at the funeral home Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Steele Funeral services were coriduct- ed today at 2 p.m. in Concord Methodist Church for ChH*r1ds Archie Steelo, 61, a former Roxana resident. Mr. Steele died Thursday mon- ing at Carmi Hospital. He had been making his home at the Carmi Nursing Home for the past milted to tracking down every as- |>eet of the rumors. Under British law, the testi- WAUKEGAN, 111. (SpecialI -More than 10,000 years ago the asl great glacier caused a series of unique midges and swales at: what is now Illinois 3each State Park. Nature set. her stage drama- ically, but man has improved on the site where a gorgeous uxury hotel now stands. Illinois Beach Slate Park has 1,651 acres of land and extends ;hree and one-half miles along Lake Michigan from the northern boundary of Waukegan to .he southern boundary of Zion. Nearly three hundred years ago, Father Jacques Marquette, the Jesuit priest, passed this site twice as he went along the western shore of Lake Michigan. Wouldn't Know Place If it; were possible for him to come back along here this summer, he wouldn't know the place. Illinois Beach State Park has 3,000 feet of beach for swimming and can accommodate 8,000 persons at one time. There are picnic and family camping areas, and one of the most unusual nature sites in the world. The great glacier knew what it was about. Two Illinois realty developers knew what they were about, too. For the first time private money has been spent on improvements on state property. Saul Corush and Jay Bard, of Chicago, have spent $400,000 to provide year-round guest enjoyment. Illinois Beach State Park began with the concept that the guests ave a right to enjoy themselves. t is a hiker's paradise, and a /alking tour map of intriguing i g h t s is being prepared f o r uesls. There are riding stables us! a short distance from t h e odge. Extensive landscaping is eing plotted to provide pleasant creens between the many acti- 'ity areas surrounding the lodge. Luke Breeze During the evenings, with the ireeze from Lake Michigan whip- ling in, there are bridge tourna- nents and other guest participa- ion games in the recreation hall, 'or the completely idle, f u 11- engtli movies are presented reg- larly. Children can play ping >ong on one of the many tables available. The setting and versatility of program activities at the lodge wakes Illinois Beach State Park perfect for the family, couples, r those who just come along. Illinois Beach is 46 miles from Chicago, directly east of Zion. By car it is just east of Illinois 42 or he convenient Tri-Slate Tollway. The lodge's stationwagon serves he North Western Railroad sta- .ions at Waukegan and Zion, or Waukegan Memorial Airport upon request. Charles Harris 9 Murder Trial Continues Today By JOHN II. LAVIN LINDEN, N.J. (AP) — Four policemen early today captured Richard (Teddy) Coleman, accused of shooting to death his wife and sister-in-law, wounding three other persons and kidnaping an 18-year-old girl. The girl, Mary Kaminski, bleeding from head cuts and hysterical, had been released about a half hour earlier in nearby Elizabeth. Coleman, 32, a Negro, was cap- utred by the Newark policemen on Route 1 near Newark Airport, tour miles north of Linden. They found a fully loaded 38-caliber revolver on the car seat and a loaded 25-caliber automatic in Coleman's left pocket. After about three hours of questioning, Coleman told newsmen, must remain secret, except forjana. dial portion mentioned in a judge's Friends may call at the mortu- summation. ury after 7 p.m. Sunday. The judge in the Argyll case found the 49-year-old duchess Ruil- ly of adulorly with four men. Meanwhile, Scotland Yard was investigating another new turn in I stairs, but her daughter-in-law didn't make it. Police found Coleman's station wagon abandoned about four blocks away. They said the suspect apparently walked another four blocks and barged in on about eight members of the Kaminski family. Michael Kaminski, 22, Mary's brother, told police he returned home with his father at 6 p.m. and found a Negro with blood on his sneakers holding the family at gunpoint. He said the man stayed until about 9 p.m., and then ordered everyone to shed his belt and shoes and used the laces and belts to bind everybody in the house except Theresa Kaminski, 8. He demanded the keys to Michael's car and left with Mary Teets plete report from state police probably Monday or Tuesday. U8Q A,M,-K8»~660 KP wli'i Pim»tla« Selonee Program Yew Can Havt 6em« And Qviti" SALISBURY - A young girl is said to be dying in Rhodesia as the result of a spell cast by the witch doctor of a local tribe, Child Hit by Our A child struck by an auto mobile at Brown and Washing ton was taken in a Smith am balance to Alton Memorial Hos pital shortly after 1 p.m. today The child's name was not avail able at press time. Gaffe Borgia is a combine tion of coublo-strensth coffe and hot chocolate garnished wit! grange peel, shaved bitterswee chocolate and whipped cream HIGH SCHOOL HOME IN SPARE TIME u A.T. st- Louli Plltrlot Offlw, No.l Horlh Court. Phone SHerwood 1-J600. Sand me your (ret 9»-pt»g» W|h nebool booklet. Mo, CJty . on im.iM.i n.ii MI. HIM M" >« Zflno...... Apl.... '.8llt».'.lt 'I'm very tired, I'm sorry about the whole mess." When asked the abduction and molesting of the girl, Coleman didn't answer but choked back a sob. Police said the prisoner declined to discuss the incidents. He was to be arraigned before a Newark magistrate for Linden authorities. Police said Coleman had struck the Kaminski girl on the head half a dozen times with one of the weapons. The girl, who is white, was found by Elizabeth patrolmen Joseph Sheridan and Joseph Brennan. She was running hysterically on Magnolia Street just minutes alter she had been released. Matted blood was in her hair and on her while blouse and Bermuda shorts. She was taken to Elizabeth General Hospital. Police said she may have been raped. The girl told the officers the direction in which Coleman was driving when he left her. They notified Newark police and minutes later two detectives saw the car Coleman was driving. They radioed ahead to a patrol car on stake out and Coleman's car was trapped between the two police cruisers. Detective George Quackenbush said he and the other three officers approached the car with guns drawn and he placed his revolver at Coleman's head. The fugitive raised his hands and offered no resistance, the detective said. Police said Coleman had wounded his brother and two other persons after shooting his wife and sister-in-law Friday. He forced the Kaminski girl to accompany him as a hostage after holding her family at bay with two pistols for four hours. Police said Coleman slew his wife Millie, 37, and Mrs. Ruby Coleman, his 43-year-old sister-in- law, after u police guard protecting his wife at her request had departed. Millie Coleman had fought with her husband and, after threatening to leave him, stayed at the home of friends. She asked for who had been bound. A member of the family said the man was "a perfect stranger." Mrs. J. Nehring, Mary Kaminski's cousin who lives at the same address, called police after returning home and finding the bound family. Richard and Mille Coleman's four children range in age from 3 to 1.4 years. Cloudy Skies Hit Most Of Midwest By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The nation's midsection lay under cloudy skies today flanked by abundant sunshine on the east and west coasts. Hot weather predominated and much of the nation received some showers. The heaviest rain extended from the central plains eastward (lie Koeler case, a 12-hour tape recording allegedly made by the 21-year-old redhead. Her former business manager, Robin Drury, claimed the recording contains new facts in the case of Negro ja/7. singer Aloysius "Lucky" Gordon, once Christine's lover. Gordon was jailed for three years in June for beating up the 21-year-old red head. He is appealing the conviction. The recording may also help investigations into the security aspects of Profumo's affair with Christine at the time she was sharing her favors with a Soviet diplomat. Investigators questioned Drury about the recording for two hours Wednesday. He claimed it was made at his apartment to provide material for Christine's memoirs. Used Phony Credit Cards In Retaliation EDWARDSVILLE — William Leonard Teets, 82, a retired carpenter and former resident of Salem, 111., died at 9 p.m. Friday at the home of his daughter, Mrs, Kenneth Garrison, 533 Olive St., where he had made his home for the past eight years. Born Aug. 19, 1880, a son of the late Leonard and Elizabeth Martin Teets, he is survived by his wife, the former Elsie Rush, his daughter, Mrs. Garrison, and two grandchildren. Also surviving are three sisters: Mrs. Lillie Biddell, Charleston, 111.; Mrs. Mary Hart, Roodhouse, 111.; and Mrs. Goldie Whitehead, White Hall. He was a member of Grace Methodist Church of Salem. Friends may call after noon Sunday at Weber Funeral Home, where services will be conducted at '10 a.m. Monday by the Rev. J. M. Graham, pastor of the Assembly of God Church. Burial will be in Salem, 111. Survivors include a brother, Markie. of Oregon; and two sisters, Mrs. Madia Major, of SI. Louis, and Mrs. Donnabelle Lloyd, of East Alton. Burial was in Concord Cemetery. Mrs. Wild Interred In St. Louis County Funeral services for Mrs. Mildred Wild, wife of Harry Wild of 632 Langdon St., were conducted at 10 a.m. today in Gent Chapel by the Rev. Paul S. Krebs, pastor of Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church. Burial was in Hiram Cemetery, St. Louis County. Serving as pallbearers were L. C. Fitzgerald, Wayne Harper, Edward Benning, Edward Stapelton, Charles Cohagen, and Irvin Hafner. through the middle Mississippi valley. Elsewhere shower activity was scattered. No i m p o r t a n t temperature changes occurred as the hot weather continued from the southern plains eastward through the Gulf state region. Early morning temperatures were in the 50s through the north Atlantic states and along the Pacific coast. Over the remainder of the country, the 60s and 70s were common, except for some isolated 70s and 80s over the South. A 'wide belt of thunderstorm activity occurred from Missouri into Iowa and Western Illinois. SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) —An architect accused of using phony credit numbers to send merchandise to a state trooper who had arrested him faced federal mail fraud charges today. Sgt. Paul Wilhelm said Friday that Edwin R Bauer, 36, South Bend, signed a statement admitting he used Take credit card numbers to send merchandise from distant points to Trooper Marion G. Neff of New Carlisle. Neff had arrested Bauer three times in April last year - tsvice for speeding and once for drunken driving. Bauer pleaded guilty to all three charges. Wilhelm said Bauer was asked why he sent the orders and replied, "I don't know, maybe I need some psychiatric treatment." Bauer had been employed for 13 years by C. E. Swanson & Associates, a Chicago architectural firm, Wilhelm said. The detective sail Npff refused delivery or returned all the merchandise but the firms lost shipping charges. Koenigsmark Funeral services for A. J. Koenigsmark of Waterloo, a director and past president of Miller's Mutual Insurance Association of Illinois, will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. in United Church of Christ, Waterloo. Pending time of the funeral the body will be at Wagner Funeral Home, Waterloo. Mr. Koenigsmark, who was reelected president of Miller's Mutual in 1960, died Wednesday in St. Clements Hospital, Red Bud, where he had been a patient for seven days. He was 79. He was a lifelong resident of Waterloo, and president of the State Bank of Waterloo. He was member of Missouri Athletic Club, St. Louis, and a past master of Morris Lodge, AF&AM, Waterloo, of which he was a member for more than 50 years, and was among three commissioners appointed by former Illinois Gov. Adlai Stevenson to set up an area bi-stale development area. Surviving are his widow, two sisters, and four brothers. Chicago Restaurant Damaged by Bomb CHICAGO (AP)—A restaurant and cocktail lounge which opened two months ago on the Near North Side was damaged today by a gasoline bottle incendiary tossed through a rear window. Fire officials estimated Hie bomb caused $100 damage in the Lamplighter, owned by Diana Guss, 30. Miss Guss told police she knew of no motive for the vandalism. The fire was the 30th in a ser- Boxcr's Viewpoint NEW YORK (AP)—Floyd Patlerson, former world heavyweight boxing champion, says that although boxing is his livelihood, he thinks the Negroes' fight, for integration is more important. The Veterans Administration says that more than five million veterans are GI insurance policyholders. (AP) — the trial of FAIRFIELD, III. state's witness in Charles (Black Charlie) Harris on a charge of murder said today the bullet taken from Harris' arm was fired from the gun of Howard S, Taylor, the victim, Forrest F. Litterly, of the Illinois Crime LalxmUory at Springfield, said laboratory tests showed the 22-caliber bullet lodged in Harris 1 arm came from the pistol found beneath Taylor on the day of (he shooting Jan. 5. A Fairfield doctor Dr, David ?ershenson, told the court Friday he removed a 22-caliber bullet from Taylor's forearm. Harris, Gli, a one-time member and later enemy of the Shelton gang, is accused of shooting Toy- Ipr on a country road, south of FairfJoM. police protection Friday while she returned to her home to gather clothes. The police guard accompanied her, stayed for some time and left when Coleman did not appear, authorities said. The shootings took place about 5 p.m. Millie Coleman was found in her kitchen while Ruby Coleman was found in the kitchen of her home nearby, Police said Coleman also shot his 52-year-old brother, Harry; Le Roy Edwards, 48, a neighbor, and Mrs, Marianna Kube, 28, a visitor in the neighborhood. The men were reported in critical condition at a hospital. Mrs. Kube was listed as fair. After shooting his wife, sister- in-law and brother, according to police, Cqlaman entered a car and called over Edwards, also a Negro, and shot him. Mrs. Kuhe, who Is while, was visiting her mother-in-law, Mrs. Charles Kulie, When Coleman entered through a side door, police Want things? Watehttw Want A<JS I said, the older woman lied up- I, United Church of Christ Plans Integration Drive Witt tigg* In Troubiu THE HAGUE-~Putch egg ex- porterai report mey are having trouble getting their products un loaded by British longshoremen. DENVER (AP)—A nine-member committee composed of Negroes and whites will direct a new, militant drive for racial equality being launched today by tlio United Church of Christ. The president of the church, HIP Rev. Dr. Bon M. Horbster of New York City, said he intends to name the committee members during the day. They will work with Dr, S. Garry Oniki of New York, who will serve as executive coordinator ol the new offort. It will be financed initially with $100,000 which can be borrowed from other church funds. A special emergency collection v ill be taken in all the churches this fall to carry out the program which includes furnishing bail and defense funds for persons arrest ed while demanding'social justice and eyen authorizes aid for per- rons Who lose jobs while working or the cause. II calls for support )f businessmen who may suffer osses supporting integration and commends persons who take steps to integrate their own resi- ionlial neighborhoods. Cooperation with other Prolcst- :int, Roman Catholic and Jewish efforts at integration on a community basis also is included. Delegates to the church's fourth general synod "radically committed" the chruch to the integration struggle by shouting approval of the program late yesterday. Only two or throe scattered "no" voles were audible. The church is a merger of the Kvangelical and Reformed churches and the Congregational Christian Churches, and is the sixth largest in the United States. — Morocco's cost of Uv< In ill health for two months, William E. Witt, 75, of 816 E. 4th St., died Friday at 12:55 p.m. He had been a patient in St. Anthony's Hospital at the beginning of his illness. He was a machinist by trade and a retired Owens Illinois em- ploye. Mr. Witt was born Oct. 27, 1887, at Woody. His parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Witt. He had lived in Alton for GO years and attended the Alton schools. He was married here to Ilic former Dollie Kraiw in 1918. Mr. Witt was a member of Oniz- ect and Golden Age Clubs. Surviving are his wife and a son, Paul. The body is at Morrow-Quinn Mortuary where services will be conducted Monday at 10 a.m. by the Rev. Paul S. Krebs, pastor of Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Alton Cemetery. Visitation hours will be after 3 p.m. Sunday. ies of bombings and burnings of restaurants and taverns in Chicago during the last two years. Theft Reported at Horn Food Store Cas Horn of Horn and Horn Food Store, 901 Union Street, reported to Alton Police Friday morning someone had stolen five dollars in change from a cash register. Horn said a window in the rear of the store was broken. He also reported a forced entry was tried on another cash register. Premier Ben Bella Wants FLN Dissolved ALGIERS (AP) — Premier ah- med Ben Bella has called for dissolution of the National Liberation Front (FLN) as Algoria's single political parly. In its place, he proposed forming a new popular front. Observers viewed Ben Bella's proposal as a maneuver to outflank his opponents who are reported trying to use the FLN to oust the premier. Chicago Catholic Leader Dies at 60 CHICAGO (AP) - The Rt. Rev. Msgr. George J. Casey, BO, vicar general of the Catholic archdiocese of Chicago, died Friday in Mercy Hospital. Msgr. Casey, who became ill suddenly, was elevated to rnonsignor in 1939 and was appointed vicar general in 1943. Can- on WKLL MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (/P)—A woman patron at the Miami Beach Dog Track asked the pad- mutuel clerk for a 5-6 quiniola ticket on the next race, but the clerk accidentally gave her a 5-7. The woman protested, but had to go to the front office to pet the ticket changed. She returned to her seal with 5-6 just in time to see 5-7 pay $47.80. ing is rising loo fast according to government economists. Frank T. Can 1 , (J7, died at 4 n, today at his home in Brighton after a long period of failing health. He was born at Kane, March 5, 1S9U, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Can 1 . He was married Aug. 2, 1919, to the former Florence Williams and they resided in Texas for a few years following their marriage. They returned to Illinois and to Medora area in 1926 where Mr. Carr farmed. They moved to Brighton in 1941 and during World War H Mr. Curr worked at Laclcde Steel Co., Alton. Survivors beside Ills wife are two daughters, Mi's. Wilrnjlth Brown; Alton and Mil, F»ye

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