Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 29, 1963 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 29, 1963
Page 18
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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING fELEGttAPH MONfrAV, Chicago Begins Open Occupancy Hearings CHICAGO (AP)—the Chicago City Council judiciary commute —in Ihe first of two hearings ot a proposed open occupancy ordi nanc iy-will listen to supporters o the measure today. Groups opposing the proposed prohibition of discrimination in housing will testify on Aug. 6. Aid. Claude W. B. Holman chairman of the 13-man judiciarj committee, said separation of th two groups was made in the hop of having as orderly a commit tee hearing as possible. Police of flcials planned to have extra de tails assigned to City Hall to pre vent possible disturbances. Expected to testify are repre sentatives of the Chicago Urbai League, the Catholic Interracia Council, Ihe Chicago branch o the National Association for tin Advancement of Colored Peopli and others. A spokesman for the Naliona Catholic Conference for Interra cial Justice said Sunday that al its 57 councils in the nation wi) send delegates to join Negroes in a civil rights march on Washing ton, D.C. Aug. 28. Mathew Ahmann, 31, of Chica go, executive director of Ihe con ference, said the group's board of directors gave approval to al plans for civil rights action made Saturday by council representa lives at an emergency meeting in Chicago. Ahmann said he plans to get in the parade himself and he hopes that thousands of white Catholic? will take part in the march. Ahmann said council members also will work with other relgious de nominations to insure that "thou sands of white Christians and Jews" will take part. The council directors called at tention to the stand taken by council representatives on pend Your Favorite Family Drive-In QTARLIGHT U COLLEGE AVENUE, 1 COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. Boxofflce Opens at 7:00 TONITE & TUESDAY ARLENE FRANCIS-»,^ ,,,-r "THAT TOUCH 2ND HIT OF MINK" Color Cartoons — Free Playground. Children admitted free. Open 6:45—Starts 7 p.m. t XI Comfortably COOL WILDEY NOW! ENDS THURS. IN COLOR • PANAVISON* Ann Margret • Dick Van Dyke Janet Leigh • Bobby Rydell Shown 7:10 9:10 ing civil rights legislation. "Support of this bill should br universal at all levels of Catholic life," the legislative committee formed nl Saturday's meeting re ported to the board. "Catholio who fail to lake a positive stand on this issue arc failing to meel (heir obligation as normally re sponsible citizens." The recommendations of tht conference have no binding el fects on members of the Romar Catholic church. Indiana Civil War Battle Re-Enacted CORYDON, Ind. (AP) — More than 12,000 persons turned out Sunday to comnlemoratc the men who fought and died in Indiana's only Civil War battle. History buffs from throughout the state gathered at the Harrison County Fairgrounds in (his former state capital to recreate the day 100 years ago when raiders led by Gen. John Hunt Morgan encountered 400 Hoosier militiamen. Two Indianapolis groups demon slrated Civil War muskets and rebuilt, six-pound cannon, actually used in the war between the states. Ed Wolfarth commanded the 18th Indiana Lilly Battalion and Ray Hendricks the 19th Indiana Regiment. Troops in the two Indianapolis units donned Union uniforms for the program. Officials dedicated a historical marker to be placed at Marvin Landing on the Ohio River opposite Brandenburg, Ky. Marvin Landing is the spot where Morgan's troups invaded Indiana July 9, 1863. State School Visitors Hurt In Collision DIXON, 111. (AP) - Two char- cred buses carrying parents and riends from Chicago to visit pa- ients at the Dixon State School or the menially retarded were nvolved in a collision Sunday, Two Chicagoans were admitted for treatment to the Dixon Public Hospital. They were Rebecca Di- giovannis and Lorraine Water- liouse. State police gave this account: Two Keeshin Charter Service buses, followed by a long line o autos, were going up a hill on U.S. 30 about 12 miles southeas of Dixon. A westbound auto passed the entire string of vehicles, and met two oncoming cars as it approached the crest o the hill. One of the autos, a state police squad car, pulled to the shoulder of the road. The leading bus also veered to the shoulder and was struck by the second bus, following behin< it. Both were damaged. The driver of the car tha caused the accident did not stop The hill is in a no-passing zone Other buses were dispatched to pick up the passengers. Open 6:43 — Starts 7 p.m. NOW! ENDS THURS. SANDRA DEE PETER FONDA lit ROSS HUNTERxntellw TAMMYand tha DOCTOR fc«ww COLOR MHT * UNIVERSAL PICTURf V ' MiicDonalci Carey Marfiuret Llndsiiy •Belunh UonUI Shown 7:30, 9:30 STARTS FIUDAV! HAVLKV HULLS IN "SUMMER 1MAG1C" Air Conditioned TUES., WED. AND THURS. Family Prices—All Seats 2Sc Kiddies Matinee Wednesdays Continuous from 1 p.m. TUES., WED., THURS. in y Tues., Thurs. nt 8:40 p.m. Wed. 2:43, 5:40, 8:50 p.m. PLUS SECOND FEATURE "Francis Joins the Navy" Tues. and Thurs. 7:10 p.m. Wed, 1:0(5, 4:20, 7:30 Summertime Fun Time Every Tuesday All Summer 1:80 POORS OPEN 12:45 IT'S 35c FOR EVERYONE 1 :30 TUESDAY MATINEE ONLY "KIDDIE SUMMER FUN SHOW" It's Laffs M\ The Way Over Hours 01 FUN! TrumanFears Possible Red Tricks ST. LOUIS (AP) — Former ^resident Harry S. Truman, in a speech Sunday before the Missouri Department of the American Legion, voiced approval of he recently negotiated test ban reaty, but warned the United States to be alert against trick- cry. Truman said: "We are duty- jound to explore every oppor- unity to put an end to this armament race, not only in our immediate future but more impor- antly, for those who will come Her us." However, he said, the U.S. nist continue to be on guard vhen dealing with the Communist lations. "From experience, I know that liey are capable of every trick, urprise and treachery," he said. At the same time, I repeat, we nust never overlook any oppur- unity to end the armament ace." Truman said he didn't trust the Russians when they propose any- :iing out of choice. "But I would pay attention to vhat they have to offer out of ecessity. And things have cached the point where they ould no longer go on and somp lecision had to be made." Kennedy Returns To Capitol WASHINGTON (AP) — Presi- ent Kennedy, a weekend of re- axing at Hyannis Port, Mass, be- ind him, flew back to Washing- on today to begin a busy week f meetings and briefings on the ew nuclear test ban treaty. His Air Force jet landed at earby Andrews Air Force Base, /Id. Also aboard were his two rothers, Atty. Gen. Robert F. <ennedy and Sen. Edward M. Cennedy, D-Mass., who were 1th him during his weekend at Cape Cod. During his weekend at the summer White House, the President warn, boated, golfed— and helped lis expectant wife to celebrate her 34th birthday. On Kennedy's schedule this week are meetings with Undersecretary of State W. Averell Harriman, U.S. negotiator at the Moscow test ban conference; Secretary of State Dean Rusk and other foreign affairs advisers. Some time this week a date will be set for Rusk to fly to Moscow for the signing of the U.S.- British-Russian treaty. Woman Injures in Collision B.ETHALTO - A 37-year-old dwardsville woman, Mrs. Billie Brown, was treated at Wood River Township Hospital lor possible jack injuries resulting from a wo-car accident on Rte. 140 neai Bethalto Sunday. Mrs. Brown was released fol- owing treatment. According to reports, Mrs Brown was attempting to make a eft turn off the highway when hei auto was struck in the rear by another car driven by Rober Straube, 113 E. 7th St., Roxana. Fast Snatch Made On Bethalto Car BETHALTO — An automobile was stolen Sunday while its owner went inside his place of business to turn off the lights for the night. Elmer Heeren, 428 Sheridan St., told police he drove to his grocery store at 223 S. Prairie St. and went inside to turn off the lights and when he returned his auto was missing. WHY EAT AT HOME? WHEN YOU CAN HAVE THESE ATTRACTIVE PRICES — AT — RESTAURANT THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL EVERY EVENING "CHUCK WAGON T-BONE STEAK $1.95 FRIED CHICKEN $1,75 U. S. All, liV — litisl AIIOI1 <\cni,s (rum liiistaaie I'ltmi Shopping Ceiiler C. H. UJSpJtiOlt (Owner) Civil Rights Groups Witt In Indiana GARY, tnd. JAP) -° Assured hey had won a light fof deseg- egatlon of Methodist Hospital, a dozen civil rights groups In Gary Iropped plans for a mass Sunday lemohstfatioti. Cancellation of preparations for 2 J /4-mlle parade by 10,000 per sons came after day-long ncgotla Ions Saturday with hospital offi clals and scheduling of talks this jvenlng with representatives o he Catholic - supported Mercy TOW BACK-VP BEGINS Glut of tows and barges stacks up in Alton Lake as while waiting their turn. The main locks is being re- slower lockage hampers traffic. There are five tows in paired, and only the shorter auxiliary is In use. this picture, and others were in the area standing off Satellite Recovery Perfected WASHINGTON (AP) - The Air Force says its recovery planes are perfecting the technique of snaring space capsules of the air as they parachute back from orbit. In revealing this Sunday, the Air Force said recovery flights by the 6593rd Test Squadron, >ased at Hawaii's Hickam Air 'orce Base, have been so successful in two years of operations hat they are now considered almost routine. The disclosure came in an announcement that the Air Force las given the test squadron the utstanding unit award for its vork in recovering capsules from ts little-publicized series of satel- ite launchings. The Air Force has been launch- ng satellites from Point Arguel- o, Calif., with little fanfare. What information that has been eleased indicates the satellites lave included those of the Discoverer type launched in a polar orbit. EscapeeFroin Penal Camp Is Captured MURPHYSBORO, 111. (AP)—A teen-ager who fled from Illinois Youth Commission camp near Jonesboro was being held today y Jackson County authorities. Deputy Sheriff Joseph Mifflin said the youth, Hugh Walton, 17, of Moline, may be charged with armed robbery and two counts of car theft. Walton was seized Saturday near Nashville after one of two cars reported stolen in Carbondale was found abandoned .it a DeSoto home. The occupant of the house said a youth forced her at gunpoint to give him food. Mifflin said the house was surrounded anc searched without success, although Walton apparently was hiding nearby. 62 Believed Dead in Plane Crash BOMBAY, India (AP)—An In ifin air force plane sighted five bodies today floating in the Arabian Sea area where a United Arab Airlines jet disappeared Sunday with 62 persons aboard. Hope was virtually abandoned for any survivors among the crew of 8 and the 54 passengers, in cluding 23 Filipino Boy Scouts. There were no Americans aboard. The plane crashed nine miles off the Indian coast as it was ap preaching Bombay through monsoon rains.. President Gamal Abdel Nasser's personal pilot was at the controls. Fishermen said they heard the noise of plane engines and what sounded like an explosion. It was feared the passengers were belted into their seats in preparation for landing when the plane hit the water. Navy vessels resumed their search in torrential rains today for the main wreckage of the Comet airliner. section and a number of instru ments were among debris picked up by Indian minesweepers sb miles off Madh Island near Bom bay. The five bodies were sighted of Airline officials said the tail Madh. Reservists Hurt in Bus Crash CHICAGO (AP)—Three, soldiers, a bus driver and an auto driver have been injured in an accident involving two cars, a truck anc two busloads of soldiers returning from Camp McCoy, Wis. Police said the accident happened Saturday as the buses were returning to Decatur, 111., from the camp. The two buses were behind two cars and a truck when the brakes of the first bus failed. The vehicle struck the car in front of it creating a chain reaction. The brakes of the second bus also gave away and it hit the first bus. The three soldiers — Sylvester Roost, 25, and Ronald Thompson, 26, both of Decatur, and Charles Gard, 27, of Sullivan, 111.—sustained minor injuries. The bus driver, James Majors, 36, of Normal, 111., also received minor in juries, and Edward Pasch, 70, of Rockford, the driver of the auto, received more serious injuries. BEL*AIR MWY 66 a 111 Id 6 9636 LAST 2 NITES! PREMIERE SHOWING! DORIS DRY JJMES__ 1 ,. w wCOLOR MID AMERICA RIVE-INS' PLUS! "The Traitors" i Jotinn Woodward —PLUS— "Nine Hours To Rama" • OPEN 7:00 — START DUSKi T Eighth Annual SHIPMAN HOMECOMING Community Park TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, JULY 30 & 31 Sponsored by The Kitchen Klattet Band Fish & Chicken—Sandwiches & Dinners • Parade 6 P.M., JULY 30 • Crowning of Miss Shlpnum, JULY 31 • Entertainment Nightly! 1{| ( 1,. S Concessions 1 -. | i i » • ST. 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Unities, bishop of indlnnn, said he agreed. flic statement snld: ; "With cognizance of petsottnl rights of all patients, this hospital has adopted n policy of noti- discrlmlnatlon and elimination of segregation based on race, creed, color, national origin of nflccstry In all phases of Its institutional ' Hospital. The protesting organization; contended that while Negro pa ients are admitted to both hospi tals, segregation was practiced n assignments of rooms. From Saturday's talks came a lew statement of Methodist Hos llfe.^ •MAMS' ABOUT MANKtNO NEW YORK (#)--Jarnes Baldwin is at work on a play, "Blues tor Mr. Charlie," that Is the result of an earlier dramatic exercise at the Actors Studio. Novelist Baldwin says the script "is not about Negroes, nor is It about whites, it is about mankind under pressure." Baldwin previously adapted one of his novelPand the stage version was tested as a Studio workshop exercise. 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