Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 2, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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11*19 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Comic Cktssifled Established January 15, 1836, ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Two Youths Confess Macoupin Burglaries *JL • ^**«^ CARLINVILLE — Two burglaries and probably a third In Macoupin County within the past week have been solved with the arrest of two men In Mount Sterling, Sheriff Sexton has announced. John Spillman, 18, and Sonny Johnson, 19, both giving their addresses as Mississippi, were arrested by the FBI in Mount Sterling for transporting a stolen car over the state line, In questioning the pair, authorities stated they confessed to burglarizing The Glades restaurant near Carlinville Sunday night, and Brighton Mercantile Co. July 26. When arrested the pair had in their possession a Polaroid camera believed by authorities* to be the one stolen from The Glades. They also had some liquor in their possession. Two , cases of whisky wore also reported stolen from the local restaurant. Sheriff Sexton also learned from the FBI that the men said the insurance papers which they had stolen from The Glades were thrown out on Rte. 108 by the bridge as they headed east out of Carlinville. A search of the bridge area for the papers by Chief Deputy Sheriff Richard Zarr proved futile. The men had entered the Brighton Mercantile Co. by prying open the rear west window. 'They acquired a chisel and hammer from the stock and used them to chisel off the safe door. An undetermined amount of money was taken from the safe, also $18 in cash from the cash register. Two pairs of gloves had also been taken from the stock and used by the men to open the safe. The tools and gloves were left at the scene, Spillman is not unknown in Carlinville or by local authorities as he w"as arrested Dec, 29, 1961, then giving his address as Beardstown, on a charge of stealing a car in Carlinville and one in Beardstown. At that time he was turned over to the Illinois Youth Commission. His file card listed him as working at that time at The Glades. Sheriff Sexton stated thai Macoupin County will put a hold card on the two men who will be brought to Springfield by the FBI. Sexton plans to question the pair in Springfield about the burglary of Sheets Variety Store in Medora which occurred Sunday night or early Monday morn ing. Bicycle and Chairs Stolen In 2 Burglaries A bicycle and two lawn chairs were reported taken in overnighl burglaries Thursday, Joseph Burton, 1010 Milnor St. told police his son's bicycle was stolen from the garage behind the house. Mrs. Donald Dixon, 810 McKin ley Blvd., said two -aluminum lawn chairs, valued at $12, wer taken from her back yard. 59,212 Families On ADC Rosier WASHINGTON (AP) -Illinois iad 59,212 families receiving aid o dependent .children In April .his year, the Department of lealth, Education and Welfare said in a report prepared at the request of the Senate Appropria- ions Committee. The report Thursday said that 1.9 per cent of the families which applied for such aid were found to be Ineligible and that 1.6 per cent were found to have con- Dr. Ward On Verge Of Death C of C Rents Exhibit Space At Bethalto BETHALTO — Bethalto Cham- 3er of Commerce will rent 11 spaces in a large tent at the village annual homecoming for merchants lo set up displays, t was announced Thursday at he group's meeting at Trio Cafe. The association will also have i container at the tenl for the George Neunaber fund. The fund las been started to pay for the lagpole and planter for the new village hall. A placque will be placed on the structure in honor of Neunaber, who gave many years of volunteer service to he village. Mervin Oetken, president ol the chamber of commerce, said :he organization will also place banners across main streets in town advertising the homecom- ng- To Open Bids On Airport Heat Plant BETHALTO — Civic Memoria Airport Authority will open bid; Thursday on a new heating plani for the large hanger ,at the airport. 'The' board Thursday, reviewed the specifications, copies of which may be picked up at the authority office by contractors who wish to bid on the heating installation. The board took into consid eration the resurfacing and reseal ing of ramp areas in front of T hangers, which are rented by'in dividuals for. storage of their air places, It was pointed out at the meeting there are areas that have broken up should be repaired. The authority sent a check tc the State of Illinois for $86,000 a the share in the widening and resurfacing of runways. The cost o the project was divided three way with the authority paying a por tion, and the state, and federa governments paying a portion. -In other business the board re viewed the finance statement fo the past year. coaled Intentionally or misrepi-e- iented,facts in their applications. The report said that nationwide j.4 per cent of families receiving ADC were ineligible but that Ht- le fraud was found. The Ineligibility rate for indi- idual states "ranged from none o .17,3 per cent. But the department cautioned that differing udgments of individual evalual- ors make accurate comparisons lifficult. Overpayment rates ranged from 2.2 per cent of the families in Alabama lo 2.6 per cent in Micn- gan. Core Protests Sentencing of Negro Youths CHICAGO (AP)—The Congress of Racial Equality has protested sentences imposed upon five Negro youths for aggravated battery. Twenty-five persons picketed the Cook County Criminal Courts Building Thursday, charging that the civil rights of the five were violated. Judge Irving Landesman assessed the penalties after a bench trial on charges thai the arrested Vegroes were involved in the March 25 beating of Alex Roberson, 19, also a Negro, near his South Side home. Robert Heard, a spokesman for Ihe pickels, said the demonstrators felt the civil rights of the five had been violated. He maintained lhat the youths were inno- cenl, as Ihey contended. Heard has been charged with aggravaled ballery and carrying a conceaed weapon al a demonstration at Chicago school board offices, where four policemen were hurt. He is free on $500 bond. Police said a pocket knife was found in Hoard's shoe. He said he LONDON (AP) — Dr. Stephen Ward failed lo respond lo treatment for an overdose of drugs nnd bronchial pneumonia' and drifted closer to death today. A spokesman for St. Stephen's Hospital said Ward's physician "has expressed increasing concern for his patient." The society osteopath has been in a coma since he took an overdose of drugs Wednesday shortly before he was convicted of living off the earnings of prostitulcs. A medical bulletin from St. Stephen's Hospital said Ward had shown no Improvement in the past 12 hours. He was still scious. Julie Gulliver, 23, a red-haired singer who was Ward's dally companion during his trial, told newsmen: "There's a whole crowd of peo pie right now praying for Stephen to die so thai their names won't be menlioned. "If he dies I'm going to make sure lhat they are." Ward, 50, society osteopath and artist, has been in a coma since Wednesday when lie look a massive overdose of drugs a few hours before an Old Bailey jury found him guilly of living off the prostitution of Christine Heeler, 21, and Marilyn (Mandy) Rice-Davies, 18. Ward developed bronchial pneumonia Thursday afternoon. At one point his breathing stopped nnd he was clinically dead. A breathing machine, applied to an incision in his throat, pumped air into his lungs. A spokesman for SI. Stephen's Hospital said Ward's heart probably slopped also. William Maync Bulcher, secretary of the hospital management committee, said: "Ward is desperately ill—just about half alive. I don't know how long anyone can live under these conditions." Ward was still unaware that he had been found guilty nnd faced up lo 14 years in prison. His private room was bright with flowers sent in by many ol his girl friends. Only Miss Gulliver had applied lo see him. She was turned away in tears as an official said, "Only relatives—no girls." Ward told friends he believed he was being made the scape- ;oat for the Profumo scandal, which set off charges of immorality in, high political and social circles and nearly forced Prime Minister Harold Macmillan lo resign. Ward had Introduced Christine Keeler to War Minister John D. Profumo, who resigned June 4 after admitting he lied to the House of Commons in an attempl to cover up his affair wilh Ihe call girl. Macmillan, 69, told a television interviewer Thursday night the Profumo scandal had wounded and bruised him. "This is something which has never occurred in my life before —a world unrevealed and quite foreign to me, and very unpleas ant," said the prime minister. Macmillan added, however, he has no idea of quitting Ihe lead- dership of Ihe Conservalive parly and "will do whatever I Ihink is mosl likely for Ihe party to win the next election." Carpentier is Expected to Announce Candidacy Sunday By CHAHIJCS WIIALEN SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) - At an age when most men have retired, Secretary of Stale Charles F. Carpenlier is about lo seek Ihe biggesl prize of his 39-year career in politics. Carpentier, a blunt talker with a penchant for controversy, is expected to announce at a rally in East Moline Sunday his bid to capture the Republican nomination for governor in the 1964 primary. So far, three other candidates are in the contest. They are Charles H. Percy, 43, of Kenil- worlh; Hayes Roberlson, 58, of Flossmoor, and Lar (America First) Daly, 51, of Chicago. No one knows belter than Carpentier, who will be 67 in September, that it will be a fight. But the stocky, 5-foot-7, gray- haired veteran has made a habit of thriving on the rough-and- tumble batting of Illinois politics. used it to cut out newspaper clippings. The pickets carried signs reading "End Police Brutality" and "Stop Railroading Our Youth." Judge Irving Landesman said the defense did not charge police brutality and said that to his knowledge no CORE members had heard any testimony in the case. One youth admitted the beating and pleaded guilty, but the other four denied the charges. Coal Miner Killed In Pawnee Cave-In PAWNEE, 111. (AP)—A cave-in at Peabody Coal Mine No. 10 near Pawnee killed Lee Johnson, 53, of Taylorville Thursday. Coroner Thomas Doyle of Christian County said Johnson was killed when the top fell in while he was working near the face. The body was recovered. What ranks as perhaps his greatest triumph came in 1960, when he was the only Republican to survive an otherwise Democratic sweep of state offices. He won by 384,916 votes. Carpentier began his life in politics as an angry young man and he still is known as the "Battling Belgian." In 1924, when East Moline officials allowed a carnival to set up outside his movie theater, Carpentier thought the city council was wrong and decided to do something about it. He ran for alderman and was elected, to begin a public career that also has embraced 10 years as mayor and 14 in the Illinois Senate. He became secretary of state in 1953. Carpentier's three terms as secretary of state, an. office second only lo Ihe governorship in patronage jobs, have advanced him to leadership in the Republican Party. In that role, he has gained his share of victories but also has accumulated political scars. Bluntness in dealing with personalities and issues has been a Carpentier trademark, and he has acknowledged that his gruff manner at times has offended party colleagues. i In 1962, Carpentier's push to nominate Walter- Reum of Oak Park in the GOP primary for state treasurer brought a split with other party leaders who were supporting William J. Scott, the successful candidate. "I may have been somewhat blunter in my public statements than is g e n e r a 1 ly considered politically expedient," he said during that campaign. "And if there are those who have felt offended by them, I can St. Ambrose College, Davenport, Iowa. Carpentier and his "wife, Alta have Iwo adopled children — Mrs. Edward J. Piper and a son Donald, 33, who is a state sena tor. . only offer apologies for my bluntness but nol for any of Ihe positions I have taken." Elected in 1952 Carpentier was first elected secretary in 1952. He toppled Democrat Edward J. Barrett, a strong vote-getter, by a 9,303 plurality. Four years later, he was re- elecled by 600,277 votes for the second largest plurality for a state candidate in Illinois history. One of the most significant accomplishments credited to Carpentier was enactment of the strict Illinois driver's license law in 1953. Since then, thousands of errant motorists have been penalized under Carpentier's rigid enforcement of the law. A Roman Catholic, Carpentier is the son of immigranls from Belgium. He was educated in St. Mary's School in Moline and at After his son's Senate victory in 1962, Carpentier said it was "the most important one to me." Employes of Union Electric OK Contract ST. LOUIS (AP)—About 1,200 employes of the Union Electric Co. plants in Missouri, Illinois and Iowa have approved a new two-year contraci. Leo Bachinski, business manager of Local 148 of the Operating Engineers Union, said the contract provides for an increase of about eight per cent in wages and fringe benefits. Wages under the old contraci ranged from $2.55 an hour to $5.02. The new agreement is retroactive to July 1. Union members at company plants in Greater St. Louis; Keokuk, Iowa; Lake of the Ozarks, Mo., and Cahokia and Venice 111., began balloting on the proposal Monday. The final vote was not available. 8 Highballs Daily Can In jure Liver CHICAGO (AP)—A person who irinks eight highballs daily dur- ng a prolonged cocktail hour nay be flirting wilh liver disease even though he maintains a well- mlancod diet at the same time. Dr. Charles S. Lieber, a Boston Elsah road, nodical consultant, said recent studies show a person with a high iquor inlako can develop a fatty iver in a relatively short period of time. He said fatty liver can be produced in two lo six weeks in well- fed experimental rats who aJso are given relatively large amounts of alcohol. A California physician asked the current American Medical Association whether a 48-year-old executive who consumes eight highballs daily might be flirting with liver disease even though he maintains a well balanced diet. Answering in the AMA Journal, Dr. Lieber wrote: "One may assume that the in Kestion of eight highballs a day probably corresponds to the in take of 11 to 12 ounces of 86 proof whisky per day. Recent studies have indicated that such an intake can lead to the development of fatty liver in man despite maintenance of adequate dietary intake... "Whether or not more prolonged intake of these amounts of alcohol can lead to the development in humans of hepatic cirrhosis (a grave liver disease) despite maintenance of an adequate diet has not been determined with controlled studies." Hardin Group Plans Tour of Dixon Springs Three Trucks, Car In Jersey Crash JERSEYVILLE - A 1946 car,' a beer truck from Gillespie, and two MJM Power Company trucks ffom Carlinville were involved In a motor vehicle accident about 9 o'clock Wednesday morning near the junction of Rte. 100 and the Stale police reports show that the car operated by James L. Turner, 19, of 1017 North Walnut St., Jerseyville, had made a stop east of the junction preparatory to making a turn off the highway. The stop lights of the car failed, and the beer truck narrowly missed colliding with the vehicle driven by Turner who tarted up in time to avoid being struck from the rear. Riding with Turner at the time were five of his smaller brothers and sisters most of them in the back seat of the vehicle. They were: Connie, 9; Arlln, 8; Rosemary, 7; Tony, 4; and Jackie, (5. Turner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Turner of this city. The first power truck collided wilh the rear of the beer truck and sustained damage of about $150. The second power company vehicle collided with the rear of the firsl one artd damage was eslimaled at $450. State Trooper Rutger Peters Jr. of Hardin investigated the accident and issued an arrest ticket to Turner for having no signal lights. Schedule Inspection Of Bethalto Sewer BETHALTO — A federal inpsec- lion of the sewer construction work in Bethallo will be made next week, Mayor Erwin Plegge announced today. The mayor, at the village water board meeting Thursday night, said the inspection is made by the federal government since it provided funds for the sewer project. Mayor Plegge said the two interceptor lines to the two lagoons LONDON — Britain's Chief Justice has warned judges to be careful of the tone of voice used in giving final instructions to jurors at criminal trials. SPECIAL SALE! PLYWOOD PANEL-WEAVE FENCING FACTORY FINISHED AND WOVEN READY FOR EASY INSTALLATION • 3-PIECE SECTIONS Regularly $1.67 • 7-ft, posts, 4" square, pressure • . treated full length with Bollden salt In accordance with AWPA spec, P5-53, Federal spec. IT-W-S71, TT-WB38, Guaranteed 23 years against failure from funuus decay. All parts treated with PEN'J'A for protection uB»l»st Insects, decay. • 2x4 Western lied Cedar capping rail. f One-piece, 48"x94V4" panel exterior typo fit plywood, guaranteed not lo delnmln- ate, f All parts prime-coated with redwood color shade beforo weaving. f PANSJ. WEAVE Improve* appearance o( yard, provide" privacy, keeps out children, itrey anlmali. IN WOOD RIVER ACROSS FROM POOL AND HIGH SCHOOL PER LINEAL FOOT lumber, ,. CerJJ This Mwnfetr-JfQ 5-7701 3erfon St* it the Beltlfne Hwy, BUILDING SUPPLY 6 Acrei of Parking SPECIAL COUPON 10 CARROLBURGERS 1 EVERYDAY $1.50 VALUE ANY NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL CARROLBURGERS JUST I0c EACH F VALID Fri., Sot., Sun., Aug. 2, 3, 4 F 10 SPECIAL COUPON GOLDEN $ FRENCH FRIES EVERYDAY $1.20 VALUE ANY NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL QQLDEN FRIES JUST I0c EACH VA14U Fr»., S»t., Sun., Aug. 3, 9, 4 SPECIAL COUPON 6 TRIPLE THICK SHAKES EVERYDAY $1-20 VALUE ANY NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL TRIPLE THICK SHAKES JUST I §c EACH F YAWP Vtlt Sttt-, Sun., Aug, 9i »< « HARDIN — A tour of Dixon Springs has been planned for Aug. 8, by the Cooperative Extension Service and the Soil Conservation District of Calhoun County. The tour is open to all residents of this area, and the group plans to leave the Farm Bureau building at 1 p.m. Thursday returning to the county about 9 p.m. Friday Boots and Saddle Club Schedules Breakfast Ride The Illinois Boots and Saddles Club, Aug. 11 has scheduled a breakfast ride and horse show foi members and guests. Participants will leave the club- grounds on Harris Lane for a 7- mile ride to the Neal Sheppard ranch, where they will breakfas and then return to the grounds lor a horseshow in the afternoon. The show beginning at 1 p.m will be a jackpot affair wher those participating will put mon ey into a pot for each event. Th ave been completed and work on he lagoons will resume next week. The street and alley committee f the water board and George eumann, superintendent of pub- c works have been authorized to egotiate for a pulvi-mixer, a nit which is used in road work o reduce large pieces ot oil and ar paving to minute particles. The illage plans to purchase a used lUlvi-mixer. Neumann told the board the sanitation department has made wo complete rounds of the village vith the new fogging machine, urchased for mosquito control, and'will begin the third this weekend. Highlights ot the tour will be beef cow management, pasture management, and special corn practices. The deadline for mak ing reservations in the extension office here is Aug. 2. Godfrey Firemen Sponsor Car Wash The Godfrey Firemen's Auxiliary is sponsoring a car wash Saturday at Friedline's Shell Station on Godfrey Road. Hours will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the fee is $1 per car. winners will divide the pot. - ZOYSIA SOD AND PLUGS For a Beautiful Lawn NOW AVAILABLE AT Home Nursery D'Adrlan Gardens. 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