Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 8, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 8, 1963
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EVfcNWCS ?ELfcGrtAI>H , AtldUSf 8,1963 State Fair f^hedule f-' MlNGMELD, til. (AP)-tlli- H6!S State Fair program for Fri- d^y—diildreri's, Youth and Agri- cafltU|ai Cay: -tiSlT a.m. Judging of barrow (jnr'easses on foot, swine pavilion. 'SiSO- a.m. Light horse judging coliseum. »-..!>: 00 a.m. Official opening ol telf;' talent show, agricultural building; culinary judging, textile building: professional art exhibit, exposition billdilig, 9:30 a.m. Grand parade. .10 a.m. Judging of wether carcasses, sheep pavilion; junior culinary judging, Illinois Building; judging of parade groups, grandstand, i It a.m. Flower show, Illinois Building; king and queen contest auditorium. 1 p.m. Judging of cotswold. lin coin and ramboulllet sheep, sheep pavilion. 1:15 p.m. Dedication of nr\\ junior livestock building: babj pageant, Illinois Building. 1:30 p.m. Quarter horse races, grandstand; light horse judging coliseum. 2 p.m. Debbie Drake Show, Illi nois Building. 2:30 p.m. Ponytail and pigtai contest, Illinois Building. 6:30 p.m. International circus grandstand. 7 p.m. Society horse show, coliseum. 8:30 p.m. International circus, grandstand. Junior department. 8 a.m. Clothing class, audito rium. 10 a.m. Farm demonstrations junior exhibit tent. 2:30 p.m. Flower parade, auditorium. 3 p.m. Foods demonstration auditorium. .4:30 p.m. 4-H Share-the-Fun Festival, auditorium. Brooklyn Picketing Resumed NEW YORK (API— Pickets returned to a hospital construction the scene. Gold wag announced Wednesday night that picketing would continue at the DoWiistate Medical Center project "Until we see construe live evidence of more employment opportunities for Negroes and Puerto Weans" in (lie building trades. The Rev. William A. Jones Jr.. spokesman for Ihe si.v Brooklyn clergymen wlio met with Ihe governor commented: We have given Ihe governor our word of honor. We shall'fibide by them. We shall site in Brooklyn in defiance of " ot of truce proclaimed by Negro trier- 1" 0 ' 1 " 018 ™ use Us to betray ollr gyinen after a conference Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller. Some of (he pickets posted (hem- selves nl entrances to Ihe project, bill moved away quickly when police requested (hem not lo infer[ere with Hie movements of .supply trucks. Arnold Gold wag. a leader of the Brooklyn chapler of the Congress >f Racial Equality, was in the line of I 1 ) pickets. About 10(1 policemen were at wllh | promise." Jones said the clergymen, who started the campaign for jobs, "will not lead our congregations back to the site." About 860 Negro and white pickets have been arrested since the demonstrations began July 10 at the medical center. Most of the arrests were for Interfering with building supply trucks. Scores of demonstrators have been arrested at other sites in the city. Manhunt In Chicago Continues CHICAGO W> — The city-wide manhunt for the slayer of Diane Taylor centered today on an abandoned house near the victim's home, A neighbor was quoted by no- ice as saying the 8-year-old girl played at the house often with other children. The neighbor, Juanita Robie, also told police shr saw a man leave the house Saturday morning, the day Diane; was brutally molested and slabbed. Hie house, a two-story frame structure surrounded by high weeds, is one block from Diane's home on the city's West Side. Several items which police said bore definite relationship to the ease were found in the house Wednesday. Among Ihe objects was a key similar to one carried by the girl when she disappeared last Thursday. Also found was a piece of- underclothing material, strips of sheeting similar to that used to bind the girl's legs and n small quantity of cotton wadding. iminislralion shows it is not geti- Says Kennedy Administration 'Hnrts Farmers' WASHINGTON (AP) - Ron. Melvin R. Laird, k-Wis., said today the record of Hie Kennedy ad- , Diane's body was' discovered Saturday morning about Ha miles from the abandoned house. Investigators speculated thai the slaying took place in the house, that the attacker took the girl there after she had been slain, or thai Diane was held captive there. In another development, police sought a 17-year-old boy who was reported to have talked with Diane before the slaying. The search began after a 1G- year-old boy told police he Intro duccd the oilier youth to Diane and that the youth had seen Dl ane on several occasions. linely concerned about farmers. The fact that Secretary of Agriculture Orvilio L. Freeman chose this lime to lour Soviet bloc counties, Laird said in a speech for the House, indicates at least a casual disregard tor larm prob- Two Fire Funs EAST ALTON — Firemen put out a burning mattress at the home of James Quigley, 219 Whitelaw, at 3:15 a.m. today. .It was .reported that the fire had caused smoke damage to the home. A grass fire was extinguished along the G.M.&O. railroad tracks Wednesday at 5:45 p.m. by East Alton firemen. 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Buy the First Tire at the Regular No-Trade-in Price Plus Tax GET THE 2ND T j RE 27-MONTHS GUARANTEE 4-Ply Nylon Highway Special TIME SERVICE GUARANTEE If lire fails during tlie monthly guarantee period, we will, at our option, either re, pair it without com or in exchange for the j> old tire, give you a replacement tire or a " refund, charging only for the period of ownership. Check before you huy. AU adjustments made by retail stores are prorated at the regular retail price plus Federal Excise Tax, less trade-in, at the time of return. Plus Tax In Sies Listed, Tubeless Black wall. 2nd Tubeless Whitehall Tire $7* Plus Tax — No Trade In Jtaqulred Weights BALANCING 4 ior S5 • This Hi-way Special tire lias a deep tread with hundreds of (ruction edges for 4-way skid protection. • Full 4-ply nylon means resistance to hard road impacts , . . protection against tin; failure and blowouts , , , and more stability for easier, safer driving, Tubeless Blaclnvalls SUe O.UU.V1S 0,50x15 6.00M3 fl.50xia T.SO.xM 8.00x14 No trudc-ln prlc'e, Js| lire plus lux 19.45 30.45 18.4510,45 33,95 25,95 No trude-lii price. 2nd lire plus lux 5.50 5,50 5.00 5,50 5,50 5.50 89 mrs and Save or Your Money Uacfc ALTON, HO 5-5511 STORK MOM,, Tlmrs,, Fri, 9 to Oilier Days 9 to 5 "President Kennedy and Secretary Freeman." Laird ' »"*•* havfc casions thai the American Farmer, uiidor ilils administration, has fiever had ft so good. fliiS p6f' plejccs niCi" He said H Also twr1>lexes the fnmiei-s In his dstvct. "Tlie dniry farmers In Wisconsin is caught Iff the vice-like grip bf a tfost-pfhre Squeezfi lha\ la drainltiK his life-blood." On the day Kennedy took otfltie in Iflfil, Unlitl said, Ihe average priw In Wisconsin for milk used In manufactured dairy products Was $3.29. He said this dropped by 23 cents to $.106 in .fiiiie. "A drastic drop in Income Is hot comparable with the statement that 'the farmer has never had ii so good'," Laird.said. tie said Ihal after Congress f««esses he will meet with Wisconsin farm organizations to seek a ' bipartisan progfflm to assiire a better future tot dairying. Lafrd nas Inifodilced a self- help dairy Blnblliiatiorl bill.. Regains Strength MIAMI,. V\R. (A^)-A revived Arleno, first slorin of the i!)63 hurricane season, churned toward Bermuda today with the threat of gale winds, Aflcr (I7./JII1K almost Into oblivion, Arleiie regenerated Wednesday nlghl. 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