Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 15, 1963 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 15, 1963
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ft- s -«' MQB ALfOfc EVENING , AUGUST IB, 1M3 Austin Vincent Former Altoiiian Repairs Hitler's Broken Glasses A termer Alton mart, J. Austi Vittfeiit, ftow of Toledb, Ohio, ha deceived recognition for his ta ent'ol restoring pieces of priceles glassware. Vincent used secret technique to repair three wine glasses beat Ing Adolph Hitler's initials am crest. The glasses, owned by a former Toledo hian, had been picked Up by his brother whc found slit of them in Hitler's dih ing room at his Bavarian Alp; retreat. Ah employe of Owens-Illinois Glass Co. in Alton from 1929 to 1945; Vincent transferred to To ledo in 1945. He now is a person nel assistant at the Toledo Owens Illinois Glass Co. Duraglass Cen ter. A sergeant in the U.S. Army, the brother was attached to the 270th Combat Engineers and was a liaison sergeant with the 1st French Armored Division. The French outfit was charged with clearing the rubble-littered road leading to Hitler's well-concealed chalet. This was about five months before the German dictator was to die in the Reich Chancellery in May 1945. The Sergeant and four others were the first to enter the house. He collected six of the glasses and a tablecloth which he sent home to his wife. TEL AVIV — Israel is buy- Ing surplus wheat from the United States through private traders. Chesterfield CHESTERFIELD - Mrs. Olive Wheeler, who accompanied her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Aukenbaur of Ferguson, Mo., and his sister, Mrs Hnes, on an 8,000 mile trip to Canada and the west coast, re- tirned home Monday. Rev. and Mrs. Rodney Ruberg and children, Dorothy and Joe •eturned Tuesday evening aftei spending a vacation in Osco and iarvey, 111. Mrs. Clarence Dowland, Mrs Allan Ribble and Lee Clark, who lave been patients at Carlinville Area Hospital, have returned ionic. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kallal and amily of Washington are guests f his mother, Mrs. Rosa Kallal, nd Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kallal and amily. Mr. and Mrs. Kallal and lother will visit in Waterloo, owa, with her brother, August ,ukes, who is a patient in a Vaterloo Hospital suffering from heart attack. They will also isit in DeKalb with Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kallal. Mrs. Vernon Doughty of Ship- ian and three grandsons of Mich;an visited here Tuesday eve- ing with Mrs. Olive Wheeler and tr. and Mrs. W. W. Dams. Ronald Wayne Johnson of Meora spent the weekend here with s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. '. W. Dams. Buddhist Nun Burns Self In Protest SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) — A middle-aged Buddhist nun burned herself to death today in a Vietnamese coastal village to further the Buddhist campaign against President Ngo Dinh Diem's government. The nun, Dieu Mien, was the fourth Buddhist to commit suicide by fire. In Hue, capital of "central Viet Nmn, government troops with fixed bayonets broke up a 'demonstration by several hundred Buddhist students demanding the body of a novice monk \Vho immolated himself Tuesday. Scores of students were arrested, and some were believed wounded. The monk committed suicide at a pagoda outsidj Hue. Monks were carrying the body into the city Wednesday for a public burial when troops seized it and turned it over to an uncle of the monk for private burial. At least 25 members of the funeral entourage were wounded, some seriously, when the troops beat (hem with their steel helmets. SHOWS GO DOWN UNDER MELBOURNE (AP) — An invasion of Australia by recent Broadway hits is under way. Productions are in the works or "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way o the Forum," "Camelot" and 'Mary, Mary." Another recent presentation was "Sail Away." t/.S. Sailor Sentenced As Red Spy NEW YORK (AP) - Nelson brummohd, 34, U.S. Navy yeo man, was sentenced to life 1m prisonment today as a Soviet spy Drummond, a 17-year Navy vet eran from Baltimore who was ar rested with secret documents 1 company of two Soviet officials was convicted July 19 of conspir ing to commit espionage. Federa Judge Thomas S\ Murphy passe sentence. A stocklly built "Negro, brum mond appeared shocked as h heard the sentence. He tightlj gripped the edge of the tabl< against which he stood. "You have been convicted of a most awful crime," Judge Mur phy told Drummond, who coiil have received the death sentence "You have sold the security and safety of your country for $24,000 and you did this while a membe of the United States Navy." As'the judge spoke, Drummond' wife, Lucille, sat in the first rov of spectators in the crowdec courtroom, nervously clasping and unclasping her hands as the judge prdnounced sentence. Hoping for Cabinet OK for Warheads OTTAWA (AP)—Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson hopes the Ca nadian Cabinet will give its approval Friday to an agreemen with the United States to provide nuclear warheads for Canadian forces. Buy this twin pack of new minute brew NESCAFE *•>«»&% .£ \ And youVe got a salt & pepper set FREE Father Clark Dies at 62 In St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) - Father Charles Dismas Clark, 62, known as the "hoodlum priest" for hii work in rehabilitating former prison inmates, died today in St Louis. A spokesman for Dismas House which Father Clark founded in 1959 to help prisoners adjust t civilian life, said Father Clark died in St. Mary's Hospital in suburban Richmond Heights. Father Clark was born in South ern Illinois and had been a pries for more than 30 years. Dr. Robert E. Fox of St. Mary' Hospital said Father Clark diei of a heart attack. He had been hospitalized there the past l! days. He was born near Decatur, 111. the son of a coal miner and one of 13 children. Father Clark became a mem her of the Society of Jesus. When he established Dismas House four years ago he gave the rehabilitation center the name used in some accounts of the gooc thief who died on the cross be side Christ. The priest himself adopted the middle name Dismas because he believed it personified there was good in all men, even criminals, Edwardsville Boy OK After Mettrt Surgery ison County Chaptef <A the Afttef- lean Red Gross today announced that Jefffy -Eaves, S, sow trf Mt. and Mrs. Jessie Eaves of 624 Ave., tohe tteefttiy Wft- derwelit open hMft soon on French highways. be stationed at St. John's Mctho- Cardinal Glenfton Hospital, Was released from the hospital Wed- fiesday fi*d IS fil good Condition at his hotte. fitoSd donors lot the heart surgery were recruited fay the Red cross chapter here. The Red Cross bloodmoBiic will dlst Church here fftrttt 1 to 6 p.m. Qvrafn fof thl Visit ] 8 128 tttats and deftoW S!« solicited by area type of auto* Mobile suspension Is U) be tflftd SYD'S PAYDAY SALE! While They Last! 120 PAIRS SUMMER SANDALS Values to $4.99 Special Groups (Limited Quantity) WOMEN'S SHOES Values to $14.99 $| 00 AND $OOO ON OUR SALE RACKS NOW HEAR THIS-OUR NEW FALL SHOES ARE IN > Come in and look them over > PUT THEM IN LAY A WAY! JACQUELINES, Val. to $14.99 $6.00 CONNIES, Val. to $9.99 . . $4.00 FLATS NOW ONLY .... $2.97 Syd's Shoes 12 E. Ferguson Ave. Wood River lir£tr.&/V".h I"'< • 300 East Broadway FREE STORESIDE PARKING • OPEN TIL 9 P.M. WON., THURS. & FRI. TAKE YOUR CHOICE AT ONE LOW PRICE! TRUST US-OVER 4 MILLION HAVE-SINCE 1898 2 Twin Beds 339.95 Bookcase Bed and Night Stand $39.95 Student Desk $39.95 Mirror $19,35 Double Dresser Base 139.95 Single. 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