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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 2

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ALTON EVENING MONDAY, JULY 8,1963 FORECAST UMft Show *«* T*mj>*<-ertuf*« FAIR AND COOL showers are expected elf ic states. It will be cooler in the north- Scattered showers are _..,. Monday night in the central Mississippi valley, the Plains states, the southern and northern Kockles and the north Pa- . east, the Lakes area and the Ohio valley, (AP Wlrephoto Map) 3 Charged After 2 Crash Mishaps Illia Leads Voting in Argentina By FRANK N MAMTZAS BUENOS AIRES. Argentina (AP) — Argentina's voters today pushed a country doctor toward the presidency of South America's second largest nation and also gave a setback to exiled dictator Juan D. Peron. Only 14 per cent of the voters heeded the Peronist call to cast blank ballots in Sunday's election. In previous elections boycotted by Peronists, blank ballots have tun as high as one third of the vote. It appeared, that about 2 million of Argentina's 11.5 million eb'gible voters stayed home despite fines prescribed in the compulsory voting law. This could be due to resentment at the barring from the race of the Peronist candidate, Vincente Solano Lima, who had been the favorite. Arturo Illia, 62, held a steady lead as counting of the votes continued, but he fell far short of the 51 per cent required for election. Voters cast ballots for electors pledged to the presidential candidates, not for the candidates. The Electoral College will meet July 31 to name a president. Since no candidate got 51 per cent of the vote, the electors are free to switch. If no candidate gets a 51 per cent vote in the Electoral College, the election is thrown into Congress. There the choice is cm- fined to the top three in the Electoral College voting. With about half the vote counted, government figures gave Illia, 1,173,000 votes, or about 25 per cent. Dr. Oscar Alende, former governor of Buenos Aires Province, had 82-4,430 votes,' and re tired Gen. Pedro Aramburu, a former provisional president, had 805,717. "Don Nadie"—Mr. Nobody the popular name given to the blank ballots was fourth with 680,960. Seven other candidates Three people were ticketed by Alton Police in two separate auto accidents Sunday. Jesse James Gater, 19, 909 Rock St., Alton was charged by Alton police with a traffic violation after his car jumped the curb and ran onto statehouse circle and striking a utility pole guy wire >i\ route. Gater told police he lost control of his car. A driver and his passenger were arrested in a three-car accident in the 2800 block of East Broadway Sunday afternoon. Louis Howard Swain, 26, 105 E. Ninth St., Alton was cited for a traffic violation and intoxication and his passenger Jack D. Giffon, Chicago was ticketed for intoxication. Police said Swain's car struck a car driven by Eugene Geno of Ferguson, Mo. as the Geno car was making a left turn off Broadway. Swain's machine then hit the eft front of a car driven by Eva N. Braden, US E. 3rd St., Roxana. $150 and Cigarettes Said Taken Mrs. William Crivello, operator of Crivello's Confectionary, 349 Bluff St. reported to Alton police Sunday morning that $150 and cigarettes were taken in a break- in at the store. Mrs. Crivello reported entry was made through a side door after the tliieves knocked out a window pane. She discovered the coin containers of the pin ball, cigarette and pool machines broken and money taken. Also eight dollars were removed from a cigar box. polled 1,147,376 ballots counted. of the 4,631,513 WeatherF orecast Alton and vicinity — Fair and cool tonight with low around 60, Fair to partly cloudy Tuesday with not much change in temperature, high in the mid 80s. Outlook for Wednesday, increasing cloudiness and scattered thundershowers likely. Extended Forecast Southern Ilinois — Temperatures will average two to five degrees below normal with only minor day-to-day variations. Normal highs. 88 to 91. Normal lows, 65 to 72. Precipitation will total one-half to one inch or more in several periods of thundershower activity—especially in the latter part of the week. Millers' Union To Meet With Peavey Friday A meeting between Local 81 nf the American Federation of Grain Millers and the Peavey Co., operator of the Alton mill, has been scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday. The strike entered its second week this evening. The meeting will be in the St. Louis office of the Federal Mediator Conciliation Service. It was called by the conciliation service. Pickets were put up at the Alton mill at 7 p.m. last Monday after negotiations broke down in St. Louis. The issue covers rest periods, seniority rights, scheduling of svork and wages. Vietnamese Raiders Charged With Looting SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP)—The South Vietnamese government today charged that 100 Communist raiders crossed into Vietnamese territory from Cambodia last Friday and stole cash, clothes and jewelry and cattle. LoydCarsoti Temporary Rec Head Lloyd Carson. 53. North Junior High School Principal, took over temporary Director of the Alton Parks and Recreation today following the resignation of Harold Bran Saturday. Carson was appointed by the! Park and Recreation Commission in a special meeting Saturday afternoon. Jim Adams, 27, a student coun- sellor at North Junior, Was hired as an assistant to Carson. Carson will fill the post until the end of August. The Commission has appointed Carson to seek permanent replacement for Bean. Carson has been principal at North Junior for the past eight years and a school administrator for 21 years with the past 11 in the Alton school system. Carson was hired at a salary of $500 a month and Adams will be paid $300. Bean had been head of the recreation department since 1946 and was named head of the Park Department last and Recreation January. oldest residents of West Alton. Percy at Edwardsville Campaigns with Vigor B.v CAROL CLAttktft Trlegmph Stnff Writef EDWARDSVILLE — Five days after announcing his candidacy for governor of Illinois. Charles H. Percy, and an energetic group of Evanston High School boys, demonstrated Saturday in Edwardsville that the New Frontier hasn't cornered the market on youth and vigor. Speaking briefly in city park, Percy, 43, chairman of Boll and Howell, member of the board of Chase Manhattan Bank and keynoter of the 1960 GOP convention, said that his decision to run for the office had been based on the answers to three questions: What does liis family think of the idea? Could hn receive a "recess" from business responsibiities? Could he actually contribute to the political life of'the state? Describing what he said were the major problems of the state, he said that Illinois industry is being by-passed in the jet age and cited the electronics industry, railroads and the Chicago stock To Be 85 Sunday William T. Brown of West Al- yards as examples of once-great on, Mo. will celebrate his S5th Illinois industries now in gradual birthday Sunday. He is one of the decline. Percy iterated briefly his be- PERCY VISITS EDWARDSVILLE Charles Percy, Illinois GOP gubernatorial candidate, and his wife and three children were in Edwardsville for a rally Saturday afternoon. They ar- rived in a 1930 Benllcy automobile. A Dixieland band is also touring the stale with Percy. lief that dependence on federal when local solution to government- and her husband were particular- ...1_.I- n __. . 4 n nt n « itl Irtlt 1« TTYltlHilvlc. assistance should be sought only al problems becomes impossible, emphasized the importance of an ever-growing educational system and the training of Illinois youth for the future and noted te failure of political leadership to keep pace with a growing state. The Percy caravan's Edwards- ille stop followed a speech earlier Saturday at Carbondale and was followed by speeches al Griggsville, Rushville and Melvin. Percy was accompanied by his wife and three of their five children. Mrs. Percy told the Telegraph that the family, plus the high school boys who make up a band, will visit 42 Illinois county fairs this summer; that daughters Valerie and Gail, absent from the initial tour, will join the "chuck- wagon" on later trips; that she BABY ESCAPED Barefoot Boy, 2, Burns His Foot on Spilled Grill Coals WILLOW GROVE, Pa. — Wheel of crashed Navy fighter jet rests in baby's playpen where it narrowly missed 14- nionth-old Duncan Lederer when the plane crashed into a day camp near Willow Grove Naval Air Station. The youngster was knocked out of playpen by impact of crashing wheel but was only slightly injured, according to Joseph Galen (right), chief of Warrington Fire Company. (AP Wirephoto) Craig Buntenbach. two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buntenbach, Rte. 2, East Alton, suffered burns to his left foot Sunday when he stepped on hot charcoal from an overturned outdoor grill. The boy's mother said her son has bums to the instep and the bottom of his foot, some believed to be third degree, but itis not certain as yet whether skin grafts will be necessary. She said the family had just finished barbecuing in their back yard when Craig, who was barefooted, upset the grill and then then stepped on the hot coals. >erty Owners to Meet On Storm Sewer Easements Prop" Procurement of right-of-way easements for an Upper Alton storm sewer will be undertaken at a meeting of 19 property owners July 17 at City Hall, Mayor P. W. Day said today. The project is one provided for by the general obligation bond issue for storm sewer extensions. The extension to be considered at the meeting is from Washington Avenue at Crawford Street to Seminary Avenue. Plans for the relief sewer were recently completed by the city's consultant engineers, Sheppard Morgan & Schwaab, and, in letters today, Day is informing the 19 property owners whose lots must be crossed that construction can begin as soon as necessary easements have been obtained. "To expedite the securing of easements," says the mayor's letter, "I have set a meeting in the council chambers of City Hall for 7:30 p.m. July 17- At this meeting, all property owners affected wil have, opportunity to examine the plans and have the project explained by the engineers. Eliminate Unpleasant Conditions "It l« hoped that necessary easements can be obtained at this meeting so that construction can proceed at once and unpleasant conditions he eliminated." , , u Tl>« project now being launch- ftg jji one Q| several planned lor Up Upper Alton area to better drainage conditions and provided for under the sewer improvement program by a lump sum allocation of $250,000. Its promary purpose, said Public Works Director Paul A. Lenz is to relieve a present inadequate drainage system immediately north of College Avenue. It calls for a new 21- inch duct which will cross many private properties, and calls for enclosure of the easterly section, just west of Seminary Street, of a present open drainage ditch which has been a source of complaint. The drainage line would be at a depth of about 11 feet and would not preclude later erection of buildings over it. No estimate of the cost has yet been made available by the consultant engineers, said Lenz. Preliminary plans for the storm sewer show that it will tap catchbasins on Washington at Crawford, and at Main. Clawson, and Seminary which it crosses on its eastward route a block to half block to the north of College Avenue. It also will pick up the flow, west of Seminary, of an existing section of storm sewer, and then the flow of an open ditch. The duct would terminate a short distance east of Seminary. Mayor Day said this morning that if necessary easements over private lots and tracts can be obtained quickly, he sees no reason the project shouldn't be carried forward this construction year. INVESTIGATE Millers' Mutual AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE More Protection at a Lower Cost No Membership Fee S. HAROLD (Cotton) ROBERTS Office HO 5-5551 After 5 p.m. 466-5S18 MILLERS' MUTUAL Jw OP ILLINOIS NSURANC1 I- AUTO t HOMf BUSINflf Phone 462-9751 SAVE 25% TO 35% THIS WEEK DURING MID-SUMMER SUPER-SALE HEY KIDS! GUESS & WIN Official Major League FAMOUS BASEBALL STARS Guess the number of colorful balls in basket in window and best nine guessers, each, wins large 8" lifelike Baseball Star Oiiicial Model. Only Boys and Girls age 1 to 12 eligible to win. 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In one case, a suspect was apprehended. Patrolman Carl Logatt abased and caught a suspect, on foot after a two block back yard race in North Alton at 2:45 a.m. Logan, firing three shots at. the man, caught him in the 200 block of Elm St. after a run from State Street, In answering a call from the Wedge Tavern, 901 Delmar Ave., where a burglary had been reported, Logan came across the suspect on State Street. The suspect was identified as Curtis Earl Andrus, 20. Logan found several items reported missing from the tavern in Andrus' possession. These were two boxes of pipe tobacco, oandy bars, a cigarette lighter and a pipe. Andrus, who gave his address as 2205 Fcrmvood St., Alton was transferred to County Jail for questioning. No warrant had been issued by noon today. Tn another incident Cpl. Harold Cox fired six shots after surprising two men attempting to enter the Ginter-Wardein Lumber Co., 81 Henry St.. at <1:35 a.m. Cox halted the burglary while on routine patrol. The suspect fled successfully in the hail of bullets. Cox spotted the men inside the wire fence of the lumber company after the pair had broken window attempting to enter the building. The burglars had tried to enter at first by prying a handle off the door. Week of Camp Ends Nine members of Boy Scout Troop 79 of the Alton Gospel Tabernacle Church completed a week of camping at Camp Warren Levis. \l\W\ ALTON'S LANDMARK STORE KNOWN QUALITY, LOW PRICES Phone 462-9751 v ^ Garefree, Every Wear .. .and, every"where", too, when you're traveling. "Casualmaker" is packable, ready in hour's notice. NYLON JERSEY JACKET DRESS Elegant and exclusive Tapestry floral print In Blue, Green, Brown. Can machine wash This entire ensemble. Never needs ironing. Gore back, pockets, Set-in sleeves, Pelon lined lacings. Trim jacket uncovers A scallop neckline dress. 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