Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 24, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 24, 1963
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» JULY 24, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGtlAPM Ward Trial Witness Tells Police Threats tty tut, (;ooni:n (AP)~A prosecution Ilii the Vice Wai of Dr. Ward testified today ptt- Ice threatened to take he? JitWff g Slstef and her bttby tfOW her tifl- 4-H Ag Show Winner^ at County Fair EDWARbSVILLE - Major awards won by members of the Agricultural 4-H Clubs of Madison County at: Highland Tuesday, the first day of tlife county fair, huve been announced by Truman May of the Madison CoilHty Fttt'in Bureau. They were bread champions hi dairy calf classes: Molsleln, Lois Kellbaoh, good producers! Brown Swiss, Tbtil Becker, Silver Creek, Junior. Dairy Heifer, breed champion, Holstein, Dennis Warnecke, Grant Prairie. Dairy cow: Robert Eade, Troy Acme (Holsleln). Beef steer, grand champion: Denny Schrumpf, Grant Prairie (Hereford)! beef heifer calf: lie Tick, Bcthalto (Hereford); beef heifer, Card Bardelmeier, Ma rino Junior (Hereford), and Daii Wteriiers, Omphghent (Angus) i beef. cow, Francis Jlineek, Granl Prairie .'•' (Hereford) and Bill Knechty Gloyerleaf, (Angus). Purebred gilt, Bobby Meffert, Grant Prairie, Junior (Duroc); grand champion market hog, Don; aid Hediger, Silver Creek Senior also champion in pen of market hogs, Grand champion poultry exhibit Robert Grodzickl, Troy Acme. Grand champion rabbits, Billit Darr, Fosterburg. Garden display, grand champion Diane • Bornhausei'j .good producers.' "..'•'.'••' : . i.Flower, garden display grand champion, Lorenx Kolm, Marine Senior, Judges were Jerry G. Cash, Un iversity of Illinois, dairy cattle; E. E, Hatfield, University of Illi riols, hogs, sheep, beef cuttle; Robert Milligan, Mascoutah, garder displays and other exhibits; dies ter Seibert, Edwardsville, poul liy, and A, M. Gibson, Edwards Ville, rabbits. The largest divisions of the show Were the Holstein dairy calves with 28 entries atld garden dis plays with 72 exhibits. Judge Clark Grants Proljatioii to 3 EDWARDSVILLE — Two Alto youths and an; A)toivman charge with 'burglary were grantedproba tio'n today,by Circuit Judge Hal old R. Clark. • .The defendants who were eac granted probation for three-yea period are: Frank.Holliday, 17, o 105 Missouri Ave., Alton; Fre Stampley, 17, ol 37 Missouri Ave and Fred Hinton, 21, of 1040 Unio St. ,The three men were placed i custody of adult probation office Raymond Galloway of Alton. fas she provided evident*! gainst Ward. Margaret Ricardo, 22, an a& ilUed prostitute, repeated her BsefttoiMlt'st made at the close 'Tuesday's wtesion-thnt she ed on the stand at Ward's pm* mltiary heating and iti a state- Went to the police because ol pO> ce pressure. Utidet' questioning from prosectl* or Mervyn Griffith-Jones she ad* milled that she voluntarily gave additional true statement tt) police on April 10 about her Ister, Dorothy Richardson, 13, nother girl named Diane attd Ward. The substance of this statemeHt —which Miss Ricardo Insistdd vas true—was not immediately isclosed. Griffith-Jones asked her why, If ie police previously had forced er Into signing false statements, he had volunteered fresh Infor* utllbtt on April 10. "I did not want my sister to go o a remand home," Miss Rieardb eplled. Remand homes are plad« s where underage defendants in riminal or delinquency cases are Miss Ricardo udded she was -fraid her brother would be ar- •esldd as well. She said the brolh- T Was in fact jailed Soon after Hi pimping charges. Miss Rltmi'do again disavowed ler statement to the polled and it the preliminary hearing that she Used Ward's apartment' on hree occasions for sexual rela- iohs with men who paid her. She testified that the only time she ever had Intercourse at Card's apartment with a boy Prletld named "Silky" Hawkins md that she did not charge him. Tuesday she testified thai: Ward and a girl were similarly occupied in the room at the lime. Douglas Fairbanks Jr. denied the testimony Tuesday by call girl Marilyn (Mandy) Rice-Davies ;hat he had sexdal relations with ler. The baby-faced little 18-year-old admitted to the packed courtroom she brought the name of the former actor and television producer into the case "because I didn't like him." She had testified that Fairbanks was one of several men she had jexual relations with during three months in 1961 when she shared an apartment with Christine Keeler, leading lady in the Profumo scandal who the ^prosecution charges was a co-star with Mandy in a call girl stable operated by Ward, Mttndy Said Fairbanks didn't pay her. Fairbanks, now 53, a resident of London since the war and a friend . of Britain's" royal family, issued his denial through a spokesman in New York. British law bars him from commenting on the Case'in London while it: is still in tlie courts. British treasure hunters ai busy*. EDWARDSV1LLE - Madison County 4-tt Club girls who will epfesent the county at the 1111- ols State Fftlr, Aug. 12-14 have eett announced by the office of le home adviser. they are: Clothing models: andra Carlile, Granite City; ileen Gindler, Troy; Ellen Witte, olllnsvllle; Glonna Wnrncke, faiitforkj Mary Skinner, Granite ityj Judy Sievers, Hamel; Janet /Icyei 1 , PralHetown, Karen Koel- r, Godfrey; Jeanne Giesxlemann, ADMITS LYING Margaret Ricardo, 22-year-old admitted prostitute and a prosecution witness in the vice trial of Dr. Stephen Ward* is shown on route to court hi London today to resume her testimony. Miss Ricardo admitted she lied on the stand at Ward's preliminary Hearing and in a statement to the police because of police pressure. (AP Wirephoto) Walter Wright's Funeral Thursday JACKSONVILLE, 111. (AP) Funeral services for Walter W. Wright, former president of the Circuit Judges Association of Il nois, Will be held Thursday In Jacksonville. Judge Wright, a n a t i v e of Franklin, 111., apparently su fered a heart attack Tuesday a Jacksonville Country Club. He was elected to the bench the 7th Circuit of Illinois in 193 and in 1940 served as presiden of the association. The widow, Celestine, and tw daughters, Mrs. Richard Lukema and Mrs. Harry G. Story, bol of Jacksonville, survive. Burial will be In Franklin. 4-H Girls to Represent County at State Fair amel. Construction: K a t h y Brave, ^ranite City; Marilyn Whitlock, Dorsey; Vida Best, Livingston. Flower arrangements: Elaine nd Diana Tadlock, Granite City; an Widmer, Highland. Food demonstrations: Hilda- ;arde Kanning, Belhalto. Sharc-the-fun, Worden Wonder Workers Club, Public speaking delegate, Mary Oetken, Bethalto. \ Mistress of ceremonies, Faye Ruehrup, Alhambra. To attend classes: Kathy Bellm, lighland; Ann Carrol and Connie Conrad, Alhambra; Sandra Schien, Worden; Sharon Geiszle- mann, Hamel. Bar Association Has P. I. Booth At County Fair EDWARDSVILLE — A public information booth with a theme 'The Law in Your Life" has been set up at the Madison County Fail at Highland by the County Bai Association. Free phamplets are distributed to persons who visit the booth a Lindendale Park at Highland, a representative of the County Ba Association, Donald C. Rikli, saic loday. Rikli said the phamplels dea with a variety of subjects affect ed by the law including wills, .join tenancies, rights if arrested, adop lion and advice to nevvlyweds. Wives of members of the bar as sociation are distributing the in3 formation phamplets. Electricians In St. Louis Vote on Shift ST. LOUIS (AP)-A vote Tuesday by some 900 Si. Louis clecv tricnl workers to bolt from their internalional and join the Teatn- cash, slors Union, might be the opening of shift from the AFL-C1O to Teamsters, a union official said. The union production workers at tile Century Electric Co., tnem- jers of St. Louis local 1108, of he International Union of Elec- rictil Radio and Machine Work- rs, AFL-CIO, voted overwhelm- ngly to join the Teamstel-s. Tlie •ote was 380 to 7,' a unjon spokes- nan said. Local 1108 officials said the re- •olt may be spreading to other \FL-CIO locals in the St. Louis irea. They also plan to organize he Century Electric Co.'s plants at Humboldt and McMinnville, Teim. A local 1108 vice president, Mike Jeglijewski, said the move was studied carefully before it was made. He and Hixson said the board of directors of the local gave their unanimous consent to the bolt. "Carey (president of the AFL- 10's Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers union), has not supported our fight to keep our jobs; our organizers have been cut off and district eight's head- Quiz Men FoundWith $58,000 DANVILLK 111. (API-Vermilion County Sheriff John Clark rtllo&tloner) loday two men seized With a Ktnch pail containing $58,000 in cash. The men, both of Danville, are Albert L. Gray, 45, and Joseph Porter, 58. They were arrested in Springfield Monday after they Ixiught a new cnr with $3,400 in Sheriff Clark said (he cash is claimed by Mrs. Isabel! Brown 40, a Danville widow. Me de- Mrs, Kieffmati Will Head County Red Cross Chapter scribed Mrs. Brown and the two men as "old buddies." "Bui." he added, "you should hear whal she's calling them now." No charges have been filed against the men, although warrants for their arrest were signed by Mrs. Brown. The sheriff said Mrs. Brown iokl police the money was what was left of $fi2,000 to her by her mother, Mrs. Anna Slankus, 65, who died last week. She said the money was lefl by her mother in a fruit jar in the basement of Ihe Stankus home in Westvllle because Mrs. Stan kus didn't trust banks. EDWARDSVILLE — Mrs. William Kleffman was-elected chairman of the MrtdiSon County Chapter of the Amrflcan Red Cross at a board of directors meeting here Monday evening. Other new officers named for the coming year are: J. K. Roedel, vice-chairman; Mrs. Frances Huencmcicr, secretary; Miss Ruth Waters, treasurer. Wallon Faries is retiring chairman of Ihe local chapter, having served three years as chapter chairman and a year as fund drive chairman. Announcement was made at the board meeting that 22 donors had volunteered to give blood for Jef- •ey Eaves, five-year-old son ol /Ir. and Mrs. Jessie Eaves of 62' : iflonlclaire Ave., who will undergo pen-heart surgery July 30 ai Cardinal Glennon Hospital, SI Louis. Donors needing transporta- ion lo Ihe St. Louis Regiona Blood Center in St. Louis wil neat at 10 a.m. July 29 on Main Street, near the entrance to the Sally Ann Bakery. • •••••••••••••••••••!••••••••••M^ LET'S ALL GO TO DAIRY QUEEN Girls Will Strike LIVERPOOL — Girl marble players have threatened to pick et the Great Britain Champion Ship matches if members o their sex are not allowed to compete. quarters moved to Minneapolis. The teamsters will give us the kind of support we need," Jeglijewski said. Hixson said he is confident the Century employes will support the change in later secret balloting by the National Labor Relations Board. This is the next step before the Teamsters can be legally recognized as bargaining agents. ATHENS — Mail delivery wa; halted in a Greek city recentlj while authorities searched 50 postal bags for a bomb. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Edwkrclsville ManKilkd In Crash VVYANET, III. — (Af) — 1\vO mon wore killed at 8:15, tpdny when their truck loaded with live* stock apparently went out of cori* trol, ran into a ditch and struck ft trrn on U.S. Rte. B. The dead are: James E. BoiV chardt, 27, of Rte. 1, Edwards- villo. and James W. Llntmbcry, 25. Marion, Iowa. Borchnrdt was driving at the time of the crash, Four steers were killdd. the truck was owned by the Alklre Trucking Co., Marshalltown, Iowa. Borehnrdt is survived by h i S wife and five small children, He is formerly of Dundee, 111. i The body of Borchardt is at the Warner Funeral Home in Crystal Lake, 111. Thursday Friday •July 2ii-2(i 19 Malt 'N Shake SALE! REG. PRICE 30c RELAX! Take a shake-break at Dairy Queen! D. Q. 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