Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 19, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 19, 1963
Page 12
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ALTON TELEGftAPtt UMP *d»S (Ah - Police ar lG cterrtoftSlrafors today ttn CHafges of blocking access to the tJSwMate Medical Center which ISsitlflder' construction in Brook lyft. ' Ifae demonstrators were seeklfig Jntreased employment of Negroes a«fl t>Uerl6 Rlcans In the build- ltig trades. 'Ai the same site last Monday, police arrested 42 demonstrators including 14 Negr& clergymen. police Inspector Joseph J. Reg- J & A Springman * MAS VORK ROOM AIR CONDBTIONERS Godfrey, III. Ph. 4HS-3M1 ifi Jr., who supeWised the arreStS, waS tranSfeh-eti to th< feronfc Thursday alter a coftipiaih by one o! the clergymen! that hi used intemperate attd uncmiti language. No clergymen were among today's demonstrators, who Hum bered about 60, including 15 chll dreh. They sat across a driveway as a truck attempted to enter the hospital site. Police notified the adults that if the children sitting with them were not sent away, their parents would be charged With im pairing the morals of minors. The adults sent the children some distance away, but contln ued to block the truck themselves. The police then loaded men and vomen into two police vans. The demonstrators did not offer to valk, and all were carried. A majority of the demonstra ors were white. A lepidopterist studies butter- lies and moths. lOExecuted In Syrian Uprising By WfettB MCKifttEV BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) —Maj. Gen. Amin Hafei, the Syrian army strong man, announced today 10 persons implicated in an uprising Thursday against Syria's Ba'athlst Socialist government have been tried and executed. Radio Damascus broadcast Hafez's statement after a new curfew Was clamped on the entire country and Syrians were warned to stay inside or be shot. The revolt had seemed to have pro-Nasser overtones. A colonel identified as ttisham Shabib, five noncommissioned of- icers and four civilians were ried by a court-martial formed by the National RevolutloSary Council and cjulckiy executed, the radio said. All the soldiers were from the army signal corps, liafes, who is deputy military governor, interior minister, depu ty premier, defense minister and army chief of staff, warned that distrubers of Hie peace must be punished, tie said the court was still in session. Shortly after the curfew was lifted for daylight hours early this morning, It was reimposed. Hafez reminded Syrians of the ban against demonstrations or the carrying of arms. Internationa! telephone lines were cut again. Syria's borders remained closed. In' the absence of direct news from the sealed-off country, the warning indicated that street disturbances may have erupted when the curfew was relaxed. The Syrian National Revolutionary Command, which has rUn the country since the Ba'Athist coup last March 8, accused "groups and individuals. . .both inside and Buy Killed While Making Rocket NEW YOitk UP) - Sftcco Jr., 13, was making a rocket in the basement of his home in Queers. Me and a friend opened a carbon dioxide cyliflder and packed it full of kitchen match heads Thursday. They had to make a hole for a fuse. Edward put a nail to the cylinder and started pounding. After half a dozen blows the cylinder exploded. He was fatally injured. outside the country" of plotting Thursday's attempt to overthrow the government. It did not pin the blame specifically on supporters of President Carnal Abdel Nasser of the United Arab Republic. But a Damascus Radio commentary mentioned Nasser's former top Sy- Showers Drench Half Of Illinois By Tllfe ASSOCIATED PRESS Showers and thunderfttofrn prowled and drenched the north ern half of Illinois today. Th southern third of the state hat steamy, 90-degree heat and await ed the predicted arrival of mitt storms tonight. Although the Iowa border area along the. Mississippi River Wa several Inches 6 the stdftni Ha, Abdel plotter. 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State I have enclosed..... ,for..... .week's subscriptlpn (amount) (number) Mail to; Alren Ev«ni«g Ttlfgrqph, c/p Vacation Alton, III, deluged by Wind-driven failed to break the long spell o hot, hiuggy weather. Northern 11 llnois also faced another 90-plus afternoon. The Quad Cities area got the heaviest storm, With Wind gusts up to 70 miles an hour breaking off trees. The Moline rain gauge recorded 5.39 inches in 12 hours- more than half of it from midnight to 4 a.m. Dubuque measured 3% inches of rain and Rockford 2.82. Chicago got .78, but the fall was heavier in north suburban areas. At the southern end of the state, the 24- hour precipitation measured .26. The Weather Bureau said a shift of wind to the north late tonight will bring about normal temperatures for the weekend- high 84 to 90, and overnight lows 61 to 72. It was several degrees warmer than normal Thursday, when high in the 90s were recorded at all Illinois weather stations. The St. Louis area had 95, Chicago 94 and Vandalia 93. On, the state's perimeter, only Paducah and Dubuque had peaks less than 90— ,the former 89, the latter 86. $5 Stolen About $5 in nickels.dimes and quarters was taken from a coffee vending machine at Econowash automatic laundry, 2600 College Ave., during the night. The machine was pried open. The theft was discovered by police at 2 a.m. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Farewell Dinner Given at Kntie KANE - Miss Ethel Wail, sister of Mrs. U. S. Mattdall, was honored at a farewell dinner recently. She Is leaving this week to live in California. Guests at the dinner * glvett by Dr. and Mrs. Randall, Included Mrs. Virginia ftawsoti of Albany, Calii, Mr., and Mrs, ftbbeft ftafi- dall of Normandy, Ma., ahd Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Buxtori of Flor- rlssant, Mo. Pot-Luck dinner 1 KANE <-> Mrs. Alice Wooirldge entertained at a pot-luck dinner this week. Guests included Mrs. tt BV Freeh, Mrs. Otto Plummer, Mrs. Ivan Shackelford, Mrs. 0. 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