Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 24, 1963 · Page 2
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 2

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 24, 1963
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ALTON J5VEN1NG M TEMPERATVRE CHANGE •It 'Witt remain hot Wednesday night erit Plains into ovet the. Plains states tvlifle Wtfffi aiid va< ev; N«t flitfth huitfid air m dominate the sotith At- elsehfcfe. Stfftie lantic and Gulf coast regions. Some do61^ ing is expected from the extreme north- th ^ !<at Oregon, ujjncr e is. are ( AP Wirephoto Map) Lightbox Event Set .Two downtown streets dosed* Trlu'rscfay^after 6 P-m. be anrffial LfgWbox Parade spbn b'y Alton Optinjist Club an.d •Urc Altoh Recreation Department The event will start at 7:30.p.m on 3rd Street, from Piasa to Slate, rid" on fierie Street, from 3rd to a 4th*. Lanterns, ' constructed at si & c!'fy' pl'ayg¥6uri$s — plus some built by children a( home — will Test Treaty B GJLICK -o-^ . certain An^ reception in the Senate awaitl' a nifcleaf test-Ban treatjj which U.S. sources say is all But completed 1 In Moscow. Secretary of State Dean Rusk and .disarmament agency director Wiiiiam G. Foster sought to blaze a path for the treaty Tuesday by showing a draft of the proposed agreement to' ffie Senate Foreign Delations Committee. Afterward committee Chairman j. W. Fulbfigrit, D'-Ark., said it was possible ffie Senate would approve it this session but declined to go so far as to predict fh'a w'dii'3 happen. fiepuijiicafi Leader Everett M fifrk'sen o/ t Iliihoi's would predicl qn^ fiiat the treaty would set lively' defeafe. He said he would riot Know until He had seen all of tfie pfovi'sioris whether he would oppose it or not. Informed sources said American^ British, and Soviet negotiators had' virtually corhp'ieted their work on the test-ban pact and were preparing to issue a final soon, perhaps later 1. Nd committee member op- Signing of the treaty would send it f8 tf!§ §6iiatg, whicH must ratify if by' & two'-thircis vote before ii KSioYries oiridirii upon the United States. After tti§ briefing by Rusk and FiJster, Fulbrigtit rhade these p'olrits to newshieri: "* Nd corrirriittee the, iirriite'd teit ban during tflg cl&seo! se'ision, but no riierri ber had committed himself to sup pSft tfi^ treaty, rior had Rusk re q'dested this. 2. Th§ test bari "is riot ye finSl." U.S. negotiator W. Averei Harhrriafi has yet to initial it— c§r'tifyirig what the negotiator agreed to—and (h'eri it riiiist be bf&u'ght to Washington for g'overh rii§ntal consideration before for riial signing. 3. After Harriman initials the dgr^eriierit, the Committee ex pects to have an Opportunity t< study it for some days be/ore fh'i Signing. 4. Then — if the consultation; vvlth the senators arid among in terestfe'd Washington federal ageri cie's favor the draft — arrange ments will be completed for a for trial sigriirig. be displayed! in .three £<gc group's Prizes, will tie distributed to ch'il dren S-to-i yea'fs old; to' trie 7-12 ' ' r oap; to' those 12 tlirpugri school, ^a'ge. Each 1 gr^'up will receive first second arid' thifd prizes in ,$iivei doilirs/ afriotmtS : .riot specified. A Ma'tur6\of trie" event \vill. be .cffstafjce cpfitest. feas- 6y corites'tants'.- AMta'cKed 1 will', be postcSfa'i' (8 b'§ rnailect, feacfe fey any _firi3'ef; A pTiz'e will Si aWfcl- ed for tiig orie tha't travels' f'ur- th€st; Keriiei* To Press Housing Law ~ MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (A?) 1 — 3ov. Otto, Kerner says he intends_ o get a fair housing law enacted n Illinois in a shorter time than t took to get a fair emptbyfhent ractices act passed. The Democratic governor, in a statement issued at the Natiori£l governors Conference Tuesday'; said it took nearly 20 years to' get a fair employment bill enacted, and added: "I intend to make a fair housing law a reality in much shorter time." Kerner charged that his civi' rights efforts have been opposec by Republican legislators, member of "the party which f retreats Eo trie fight on issues of hufrian rie'said', "In tKis prbfoiarid fask", e have been fought by .. a ia'rty which' is ripXv' ostensibly irideTgoing' great stress to' defe¥- mine if it r'eaity .believes in civil Fights or riot, while its history arid ac'tioris not. in Illinois prove it does Window Faii Guts Boy's Forehead A three-year old Alton boy slipped on the floor and fell into the whirling blades of a" window fan Tuesday afternoon. Tommy Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips Of 420 Monument St., suffered lacerations to his forehead. Torfiiny was treated arid re-' lea'g'ed from Alton Memorial' Hospital. WeatherF&fecast Alton an'd suburbs — Generally fair through Thursday with fio importahf temperature changes. High Thursday 66 to 95. Low to 1 night 65 (6 70. Forecast SoU'thern Illinois — Temperatures will average 2 to 3 degrees above seasonal normal for the day,' perio'd f fiurisday through Saturday with only' minor day to day changes; Nof-mal high temperatures 89 to 92, riormai low 65 t<i 71. Precipita'tioh' Will b'e quite va'r- iable) Averaging around one' quarter fcf one Half inch"' arid in Scat- t6fed thu'ridCfsHoSxers, mostly over" the weekend. Boy § Hit by */ */ Bad Injury Two Alton boys, 7 and 9, were struck by autos in separate accidents Tuesday, but apparently j&th escaped serious injury; Jbseph Martin Jr.-, 9, of 1207 Jarden St., was struck by an auto driven by Theodosia Rice, 1062 Tonsor Rd., while crossing the street at Johnson and Delia streets. He suffered a minor injury to his right knee. Gary Bloyd, 7, of 1925 Piasa St., was struck while riding his bicycle in the 1900 block of P i a s a Street. Police said the bicycle col- .ided head-on with a car driven by L. R. D'a'vis, 28, of 1007 E. 4th St., on the narrow, curving street. The boy was thrown to the ground but apparently not injured; police said. Davis was charged with driving without a license. Jet Lands Safely Despite Flat Tires CHICAGO (AP)—An Ariie'ficari Airlines jet plarie with 76 persons aboard landed safely al O'Hare International A i r p 6 r i Tuesday night with two blown tires. apt. Ha'i-fy J. Brickner landed the Corivair 900 as nine emer gency vehicles waited by the ruri- way. The plane left Chicago at 7:10 p.m. bound for San Francisco The pilot was informed by the control tower'that shreds of rubber, found on the runway indicated two of his eight tires hac burst. He was over Dubuque, Iowa, at the time. Af(er jettisoning rho'st of (he plane's fuel 6ver Ldke" Michigan, Capt. Brickiier landed safely al 9:42 p.ri'i. Upper Alton Merchants Cast Votes on Parking Ballots on the retention or removal of parking meters are being mailed today to members of the Upper Alton Business Men's Assn. after disagreement among members developed. H. A, Moore, president, told members he has been asked by Mayor P. W. Day t odetermine if Upper Alton merchants are in favor of keeping meters on streets To are Suit EDWARDSVILLE - Negotia-j lions between developers of the Washington Square Shopping Center In Upper Alton we " prpgress- }ng Batlsfactorily" and a settlement is expected to be reached goon'j the Telegraph was told to- the settlement, expected to Utigatiori 6Ver financial af- o| Ihe corporation, the exist- aiortg^ge on the prpperty will b^ fe-flnaheed with the present "" --" 1 "- J "- t in control, the "^ James 0. continued •iri| in suits i eri 1)6 Wa'i Informe I'e-financlng Joposal submit' ted to Security Trust Co. of St. Louis. The St. Louis firm sought to foreclose on an overdue 5800,000 loan made to Diversified. Judge Monroe is presiding in a receive'rsWp suit against Divers- [ied brought in Alton City Court by a minority group of stpckhold ers, as well as in his offcial capacity In the rridrfgage foreclosure action here in circuit court. The receiversliip suit was filed against the' Diversified firm and Us president Herman W. Wilkejv ing- An estimated $200,000 in add! tl6naj funds will be' sought by the ivelppe'rs to cpmpiete work on the structure at the Upper Alton pile tohe'fl the s&tjehtent is r^ach- ed with the St. pouis bank. and parking lots or elimiiiating tlicm. He said he would reply to the mayor in three days, and expected all members to have deliverec their ballots to him by then. No signature is required on the ballots circulated by Moore, A vote b'y members on the question was employed after Moore and some members of the mer chants' group disagreed on the use of rne'ters. Moore said he favored retention of rrieters to insure an. off-street parking lot M ; the Upper Altori area. Some members favor doing away with rrieters a detriment to business In, (He area. The opinions of other business groups are also being sought by the mayor at the request of the City Council real estate commit tee, which is considering a proposal for a $250,660 revenue bom issue to finance off-street metere< lots in the Upper Alton a n t downtown business sections. Legion Post : o ' •;;. Real Estate Auctioned A total of $12,398.85 was realized on the sale of real estate and miscellaneous property of^ American Lcgi6n Post 214 in Betfialfo today. Sealed bids from nine different persons were opened in the offices of the Internal Revenue Service at 543 E. Broadway. K. and E. Kraushaar of Be thalfo purchased the" real estate, which included more than 16 acres of ground and several buildings. Robert .P. Noble, 543 Highland Avc., purchased miscellaneous items, which included a cash register, liquor, cigarettes, soda, glasses, a 1 back bar and a front bar, cooling units, etc. The Village of Bethalto purchased miscellaneous items including a gas stove, kitchen utensils, tables and chairs, a water heater, electric fans, fire extinguishers, etc. The post owes $38,000 in back taxes. The revenue department seized the property and buildings last November and advertised for bids last month. Youths Attempt to Detain Man In Belk Park WOOD RIVER — A Roxaria man reported to police that a group of t«;en-a'ge youth's had attempted to detain him in Belk Park Tuesday at 10:30 p'.rri. while they settled a dispute. The man. however, escaped by driving his car toward the group. "He notified police who lent two patrol cars to the scene. Police reported they found about 20 cars in the park and from 50 to 75 youths milling around. The group quickly dispersed on police orders and later \vent to the Hartford levee where they again were routed by Madison bounty deputies; Two Die, 28 Injured In Train Crash HARRISON, N.J. (AP)—A man and woman were killed and 28 other passengers injured early today when a Port Authority Trans Hudson line train collided with a parked diesei engine east of tlie Harrison station. The four-car train was approaching its last 'stop before Newark on a run from New York City when the collision occurred about 1 a.m. Police said trie passenger train sicfeswiped the diesel, tearing out the sides of. three of its cars as it ran by. • The diesel, with 10 cars coupled behind, was stopped on a spur but stuck out into the path of the main line, police said. There were 38 passengers, on the train. The parked diesei had a "four-man crew, but police said hone of them was injured. Woman Lacerates Foot While Being Baptized A Wood River Woman lacerated the toes of her right foot Tuesday evening when she stepped on broken glass while being baptized in the spillway of the Hartford Canal by Jehovah Witnesses. Mrs. Hilda Bruce, 111 Conley St., was treated arid released frorii the Wood River Township Hospital at 8:55 p.m. 24, m This street s<;ene the cdiitrbversia'l MOTOWN IN SUMMER ne in the miflflle of Bidgtdwn shmvs tonight will tietermiiKJ whetlfcr or iiot tltc arfen can be iecfjibii of Alton. City Council action cleaned iij) hiider aii ui-Baii rfencAVjnu^ram Governor^ Continue to Blast Civil Rights Stand By JACK BELL MIAMI BEACH,- Fla. (AP)^-Ad- nionislied 6y Vice President Lyit d6h' B: ' Joiirisori, th'af partisah'ship' is fiff ariswgf,-. th'e nation's nors 6'orifinued & siacca'to ppliticaii fife today' in the civil rights cbri- trovefsy. Johnson told the 55th' annual Governor's Cpriference at^ifs" for-" mal state dinnef Tuesday night tliaf public leaders could not k'eep their {rust "By ekploifing me is- sUe fdr partisan's erids or dis- couragirig it's resolution for p'er- sonai advarita'ge." 'American politics must not be less responsible than the electorate it serves," Johns'on^ said. There can b'e no b'ernoc'ratic answer or Republican answer, no, White House or state house" answer, no 1964 answer, but only a responsible Arhericari answer achieved by Eill of us, at ail levels, working together all of the time for. and with the people." Only a ffctf 'hSurs earlier, f He" Democrats had blrfzed I Gdv. kel- son A. Rockefeller and other Republican state executives at the climax of a three-day fight to put the Democratic-dominated Governors' Conference on record as favoring strong civil rights ' action. Taking advantage of their 3-1 margin, the Democrats rolled over the Republicans who were threatening' to steal their publicity thunder on the ctiil rights question. A motion by' Democratic' NORTHERN GOVERNORS MEET A motion oy uemocracic Gov. MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Governors Indiana Gov. Mattlievv,.!;, ^elch. ifli- John Dempsey of Connecticut to from foiir northern states huddle in an riois Gov. Otto Kerneiv^phio Gpv.-.daihes instruct the conference executive committee to give priority to civil rights in its operations in the next year won by a 38-3 vote. Democratic Govs. George C. Wallace of Alabama, Ross Bar- nett'of Mississippi and Donald S. Russell of South Carolina voted •no. was a little political sugar for everybo'dy iri this method of settling the civil rights inatter. Keriri&ly adniinistratidri Derrio- crats got credit for authoring the motibn by which the conference John King Hoagldnd Alton-Related Champion Heel-Toe Walker Dies John King Hoagland of Urbana, father of the late Karl K. Hoagland of Alton, died this riio'rriirigf at Shelbyville where he was a patient in Shelbyville Restorium. He had been ill only a short time. Widely-known in his youth as an athlete, Mr. Ho'agland was captain of the track 'team while attending University of illiriois wriere he was graduated in 1899* arid held the \v6rld's champion record for long distance^ heel- arid-lde walking, A member of a pioneer Shelbyville family he was born Aug. 31, 1873. He was the grandfather of King Hoagland, Alton attorney, and of William Hoagland, Alton, student at University of Illinois CAM and EQUIPMENT PHOTO-ART SHOP WOOD lUVKft JWAk Madison Law School. Two great-grandchildren, Elizabeth and Sarah Hoagland, Alton, children of Mr. arid Mrs. King Hoagland of Altori, also are arriong survivors. A brother-in-law, the late Henry Green was a former member of the law firm of Green & Hoagland in Alton. His wife, the former Myrtle Green, and two sons, Karl K., Alton, and Max Green Hoagland, Urbana, died previously, Funeral rites will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Shelbyville. iiiforriial meeting today at the Governor's Coiifefe'hce where the civij rights issue was a maiii topic. From left are directed its new nine-member executive committee to cooperate with the President and various agencies in the field of improving racial relations, Under the rule that gives the party that does not hold the chairmanship a rriajofity on this particular coriimittee, Derrioc'r'ats would outriumber Republicans 5-4 and .ihu's control the policies to be pursued. Republicans could claim that by the verbal pounding they gave the issue, they forced the DernocratS to act. Democrats wiped out the resolutions comrnittee arid all resolutions in order to avoid a conference filibuster, ever civil rights. t Rockefeller contended he got the principal objective of his drive, a continuing examination of tlie racial situation. Turtle Watching Day Set f or Atig* 5 FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP)—August 5 is official turtle watching day on Fort Lauderdale beadies. Prizes go to those in organized turtle watching parties that sight first arrivals from the sea, v A. ^Eliodes,- and New, Jersey Gov...Richard J.- Hughes. (AP Wirephoio) CHICAGO (AP'j-^he appoint- rii'ent of R"e'p'. Leo Pfeffer, S-Seynour, to the state crime cornniis- sion was criticized Tuesday by Hayes Rober'tsoh, C6M County Republican chairma'n. Robertson said" ,"l don't understand why the commission should include a man who was against creation. Pfeffer is a Democrat and the appointment does riot make much sense." . Pfeffer said that he did not vote against the commission "in principle," only against its appropriation. "Robertson attacked me be- FINANCING Robertson Raps Naming Pferfer SAVE THRIFTY S,D.P. INSURANCE Through the Safe Priver Plan, your rate is based on your own driving record. Why pay for the careless and reckless driver? For a better deal with thrifty S.D.P. auto insurance, call your Millers' Mutual man today! N.o Membership Fee Robert E. Muehlempn HO After ft n.nj, HO 8488! cause" lie? k'fifiws 1 wtih't be a ye man tin the commission," Pfef fer said, Pfeffer arid • re'pre'serita 11 v e* Raymond J. Welsh, D-Oak Park George • S; Srydiri, R-Proprie'is town, and Ed Lelifnan, R-TI Louis, were appointed to the com rhiss'iori Tuesday By'H6Us6'§peak or John W. ,L6w'fs. R-Marshal Four other ap'po'intriierits Wi be rnatle by Seiiate leade'rshi arid four more b'y GoV. Ot£d Ker her. Cty VH||%C<] MFTJofa Alton ,Clty council will be asked rtake aetlofi teni^fit mi Will peed up Hie time by \Vhlch bids may be called off tW6 of Alton's motof feel fftjc pffijefito, the Cen. fal Avefilie' fcaviiflefrf a«i! the E, 2lh Street resurfacing Improve- etit. Under a reSoluttoft tfli be offef d, fttb/lc W6f«s feJrtciter fcaul Lenz would faft duth6flzed to all bids at any time After re- eipt of final approval on plans nd specification^ by th6 Division f Highways. He would" also be .uthorlzed to open and tabulate he bids and report them with a ccotnmendntlon to the Council. This plan would avert 4 loss of (me in getting the projects un- lef construction after final state ipprovdlr 1 eht in a" t'etiort to thd council ilales thfit trie plans fdf both the Central Avende and 12tW Street projects'nrfendW tfi hands of the Division of Highways for final ap- ii-oval; Appropriates fflrfia'o'y mve been Ipprove'd; , The $30,000 appropriation f6r Central Avenue wlli ptfivlde a flew concrete pavement from E. ,4th 6\itfi to E. Broadway. THe" $44,- lOti K. nth appropriatlofi will provide for .blacktop resWrfaclhg rorii Alby east'to* Liberty Stfdfet vilh removal of old railway ties the former street car aisle. Laborers to Vote cm Pact With SIBA A special meeting of Hodcar- iers and Laborers Union Local 218 to Vote on new contract proposals will, be held at 5 p_.m. Thursday in t h e Laborers Hall, "pi Union S't. Joliri siibffftl, business Jfgen't 6t ic local, said the proposals' cil- jaxc?s ab'Stit six week's of* neg&- fjatiori's \v'itfi the Southern'' fflinfflS _..l;Fs AsSn. ffie pWsent" 6b1fr 'fact «&p!res Jifly 31. ( There are about $$ itfefl Itt tJie f&ai, SHbrtal said". Th« takers a'tiofi cSrffprl^S SFea 6on- fractfirs; SReftal said that Ihv6lved In flfc new contract proposals Ate* Wage increases; Some side issues, he added, were resolved. H oiv She Bi*dke Collarbone Still Mysiery ' Little Kimfeerfy pfsTiia 6f Enst Alton, Drofee fief collar fepHe, mil her parent's are woHo'erlfl'g fioW slie did it. , •' Krnb'erly, 19' ffiehtHS old,- be'ga'H i/Jfig a§ her motHer' fal§e"d hlf arfns (o put a drgssi On h'er MoVfc day afte'fnSori. • X-rays' tBlkefi at Alfqti Merhorlal Hospital Tuesday 1 showed the 1 r. jfrici MFs.,.Floya B, Oshifi, 412 W. McCusland, the parents* have no idea how the injury occurred; Gii( dii A ilVe-year bld'.St;. Ixiuls siigfjigal oh the grass and /ell 6ri a lavi/n chah- lat^rating his righ'i drm and elbow. r Michael Hook/ -Son of Mr ; arid" Mrs. Everett H6ok, was playing with other children at the Home 61 Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hook, 5^4 Ne- Vnda in East, Alton, fuesdfiy afternoon .when ti\e accident dccuf- red; : ' . '• '.•'"'• •, ;•'•. i . , Mike was taken |p Alton 'M^ rnorial Hospital where he waS treated and released. • ' ' OLfi -WORT MONV BRING IN AND tHADB -~ 8fi? find;,wprth SLQQ on.any $3,08 un LtidleJ^ sifffiniSf Hill. Nlcd Hats, WoV fifil fioofi l»8fid ..mark,:Siore. Alwn. worst you c , w* fillBW.W.Op 9,nj too) $30.50 up qM.syXUc gets your yqw. jfjwh). Use itJW) Gharj your name ff you yet $10.00 off ao: '.A 80.yBAR,bLp Stttetf 1 ^, lu un<l4« $1.00 (or ll.Sit t")i'cng?e o( a Campus Action-free Soil shift, .men's Iz.fla grade. Land- .marK.Store... ;

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