Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 15, 1963 · Page 25
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

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AUGUST 15, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Commission Votes Down New Tollu ay HiNsbALE, in. (At>)~rhe ii Hnols Toll Highway Commission has decided against any ejrfo},. 8lon °* »io_ Enst-West Tollway PAGM without Increased revenue. Tho decision wns t-citclied at n commission meeting Wednesday, nt which increased nulo and track ratrja wcte approved fot the 'frl» State and Knsl-^esi tolWays find the Northwest folfwny cast of Elgin. A proposed extension of the Ensl-Wcsl tollwny from Aurora to the Mississippi FUver nenr CHn- Ion, Iowa, la unfonslblc for revenue and. bond flnnflclng, Chairman Charles M. Burgefes snld, unless additional sources of Income can be found to Supplement toils. Burgess snld Initial studies showed thiit life faefit route was oriii* priSKlne* south of 0!xon, serving Sycamore-Do Kfllb, Rochello, Sterling, Hock Palls aiid' Morrison. the route extension would cost on estimated $81,400,000. Average annual earnings M the first five years wdoid be $3,597,000 plus about $147,000 In commission revenue. The commission held up phase two studies of civil engineering and traffic studies, initial studies cost $105,000 for engineering and $42,800 for traffic, State funds tolaling $450,000 had been appropriated to fifiance feasibility studies and bblid marketing. The comnllssloti will "continue to work With invesimenl groups (0 consider the feasibility of additional Inrjotttt from felpelihes and I - ifj&tiu^l'*" • UMM^^- J *"j:^:gg^''—"Smm^ ': "BHI. HIH HIH mH ARM ROAST 9TH and Alton's finest OUR FINEST CHUCK CHICAGO (AP)-The CliicagO| police superintendent tins given racial demonstrators the word — police will meet force with force in order lo prolcct themselves. Police Supt. O. W. Wilson, fuming after four policemen were injured in a rock-throwing fracas Tuesday, announced the directive Wednesday at a special news conference. "We have not and will not in- lerfere with peaceful picketing," Wilson said in bis statement. "However, we will meet force wilh force and I w,ml everyone lo understand that." Wilson culled the news conference after a high-ranking police FRESH • GROUND BEEF . 3 SI MAYROSE WIENERS LB. PKG. I ARMOUR'S THICK SLICED BACON .... 2 so b , 89' RATH'S • CHIPPED BEEF . . 4 $1.00, HOME-MADE LOOSE | PORK SAUSAGE... 4- $1.001 ARMOUR ' • POTTED MEAT . . . HOd HALF GALS, Chicago Police Plan Hard Line in Rioting utilities in the right-of-way," Burgess said. He said the commission feels that the extension is a needed and desirable project and would substantially accelerate the economic growth of the area to be served. The new rates, to become of- festive Oct. 1, will up the loll for passenger cars 5 cents and increase truck rates on the basis of axles. Present auto rates are generally 30 cents. officer said Tuesday's racial outburst on Chicago's tense South Side was no longer a demonstration and was reaching (he "dimensions of a riot." Negro and white pickets gain erod Monday and Tuesday and deterred workmen from installing mobile classrooms for a public school in a Negro neighborhood at 73rd and Lowe Avenue. Pickets there Wednesday varied between 20-40. Police brutality has been alleged by demonstrators using various methods to delay installation. Wilson said, however, that IIP has received "no specific information relating to an alleged (•asc of police brutality." Wilson said that "agitators who arc throwing bricks and using knives to injure policemen arc the first to cry 'police brutality. 1 " Officers must use reasonable force to subdue demonstrators who kick and bite, Wilson said. His men have shown "unusual restraint" although "a number ol them have been injured, several seriously," the superintendent said. Asked why policemen — who liave horn wearing only regiila-|tive on picket linos throughout lion uniform caps—haven't beenjthe country, Ivis twice (his week issued helmets, Wilson said the;I" 1 ™ arrested in Chicago. Wilson, decision lo use hrlmets is up lo I he task force commander and HIP romiTinnder of I he Englewood District. ! The mobile classnxmis—to re- i lieve an overcrowded permanent 1 building—are opposed by demon-> btrntors \\lio SHJ (hey foster so-! (.•filled do /y(o segregalion in |public schools. The pickets say' that children should be trans-i ferred to uncmwcled schools in white neighborhoods. j Wilson blamed lawless aciivi-i lies to "iiTesr>«nsible fringe ole-| melits," saying Hut some persons wanl lo bo arrested for publicity reasons. He called upon responsible leaders of Negro groups to curb the lawless activities. Dick Gregory, n Negro nighl club performer who has been ac- when asked about Gregory, he wan unaware that Gregory a leader of any group. 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