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PACK: TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FE10AY,APRIL7,liei WARMER SATURDAY *VV •> Snow flurries air expected Friday southern Rockies. Warmer weather Is night in parts of the upper Lakes and expected west of the Mississippi, ex- most of the lower Lakes with rain for cept in some of the central Plains the tower southeast Atlantic states and states. It will be cooler in Florida, thundershowers in parts of Florida. (AP Wlrephoto Map) Scattered showers are forecast for the UN Tells South Africa To Abandon Apartheid Bv TOM HOGE UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. (AP) —The U.N. General Assembly today adopted a sharply-worded resolution demanding that the South African government immediately end its "tyrannical poli- 'des and practices" in South West Africa. The 99-nation assembly decided to bring the situation to the attention of the Security Council as a possible threat to international Leader Of UN on C-Rations WeatherForecast Alton and vicinity—Fair and continued cool tonight. Saturday mostly sunny and a little | warmer. Low tonight 30 to 35, •high Saturday around 60, I Extended Forecast : Southern Illinois: Temperatures will average 3-8 degrees below : normal high of about 60 in central Illinois and mid-Ws in ex-i chn P el auditorium. To Speak On Lincoln Decision TV. P. W Rlddlrburgrr. instructor in the history department of Alton SIU. will speak on "Lincoln's Fort Snmpter Decision." at a meeting of the Alton Area Historical Society Sunday. The meeting is open to the public and will begin at 2 p.m. in the Horace Mann School auditorium. Harry Fechte, Granite City, will show reproductions of Civil War photographs by Mathew Brady, official war photographer. Sunday's meeting will be th* first of a series on the Civil War Centennial by the Alton group commemorating the centennial of the War Between the States. The program was announced by Mrs. Horace Ash, area program chairman. McCann in Manila But Expected to Die Soon Alton S1V S'Capades Set Saturday Alton SIU's first annual varl- ety show, "S-Capades", will be persented Saturday at 8 p.m. In treme Southern Illinois and normal low of around 40 in central Illinois and mid and upper 40s in extreme Southern Illinois. 'Slow warming trend over weekend, turning colder early next ELJSABETHVILLE. the Congo !t . week. Precipitation will average P , , o ^ inch> occurring as peace. At the same time it called j (AP)— The U.N. leader in Eliza- | we rs or thundershowers" early in on the U-N.'s Special Commit- i bethville was down to orations j the week. tee on South West Africa , to take an(J ^ fl Utt , e ^ f(X)d t< ^ urgent steps to remedy the situa- , iW7 , ^ tlon with or without the coopera- /U.N. spokesman said sellers W omanHlirtWhenCar tton of the South African govern-; of bread and other fresh foods ment. The vote was 82 to 0 with 9 absenttons. The abstentions included the so- called colonial powers in addition to Cameroon. The United States voted yes. The resolution charged South Africa specifically with racial discrimination in the former League of Nations mandate, with terrorization of the population and the use ol armed forces to impose its policies. The assembly previously had j still were carrying on the eco- Rolls Over Her Foot jnomic war Katanga President j JMoise Tshombe ordered Tuesday! Mrs. Roy Ladendorff of 303 Students from both Alton and East St. Louis SIU centers are participating in the variety show that will feature 12 acts, including singing, dancing, dramatic readings, skits, musical instrumental performances, and folk dancing. Director of the show is Miss Ralphs Echols and chairman of the event is Miss Paula Nlcolet. State to Buy Sangamon Courthouse SPRINGFIELD, HI. (AP>—The Illinois legislature has voted to buy the Sangamon County court house, the state's Civil War caplt ol where Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous "House Divided" speech. A bill appropriating $1,015,000 tor the state to purchase the weather-worn structure and con vert It Into a Lincoln shrine passed the House Thursday and moved to Qov. Otto Kerner's desk. Kemer, who is wrestling with state financial problems, has in dlcated he would approve the bill if the money is available. The courthouse, located in down town Springfield, was the State Capitol from 1840 to 1876 and Lincoln served In the Legislature there. Lincoln's body lay in state in the structure before being entombed in Oak Ridge Cemetery. Sangamon County's board of supervisors has talked about tearing down the dilapidated three-story structure because it is inadequate to house county offices. One legislator described the building as "second only to Independence Hall" in historical importance but another termed it "an historical wreck." Rep. George Coutrakon, one ol the Springfield attorney who has portrayed Lincoln for 30 years said if the state failed to buy the Tom Dornbuseh is in charge of i building ft would be lost to his- staging. (tory. I after his troops' attempt to take; full control of the Elisabethville Airport failed. censored South Africa for seeking to annex South West Africa. Sooth Africa also was under fire Dry St., was treated at St. Joseph's Hospital Thursday evening for injuries sustained when U.N. officials said Tshombe, at th , e . car she had a conference Wednesday with Gen. Sean McKeown. the U.N. military chief in the Congo, agreed to suspend the economic sanctions against the 1,000 U.N. troops and civilian employes. But Tshombe issued no orders to his people to that effect, and many still observed the boycott. and electric power, j switched off for two days, have aeen returned to most U.N. es- of her home rolled from its parking place across her left foot. Police said Mrs. Ladendroff told them she had just parked the car and started for the house she observed it begin to roll down the hill. She said she attempted to enter the car to halt its roll, but the rear wheel i passed over her foot. The show Is free to the pub- 1 Some legislators contended the purchase price would be only the beginning and another $9 million would be needed to restore the in the special political committee I tablishments where a vote was expected later! _ . . . . in the day on moves to soften! Telephones have been connect-; ied again in the U.N. headquar-j Iters. car came to rest against a city street sign at the corner of 9th and Dry streets, knocking ilic. Some 50 students will participate. They were chosen from auditions during the early part of March. Following the performances, a party for the students and public is planned at the Mineral Springs Hotel ballroom, where, for a admission charge, at the door, refreshments and Jim Greer"s orchestra will be provided. The dance is sponsored by the Alpha chapter of Kappa Alpha Mux under the title of the "First Annual Anything Dance." The "anything" signifies those who attend may dress as they South African apartheid—segrega- over and damaging j pleage and that decorations ! consist of "anything." building. "This building is an historical wreck and might fall apart if an attempt is made to lower it to its original two floors," said Rep. Rae Heiple. R-Peton. Earlier, the House adopted a Senate resolution calling for a joint legislative session in the courthouse April 25 to commemorate a speech by Stephen A. Douglas. On that date 100 years earlier, the Illinois Democrat appeared before a special session of the to plead for IlLinoisans MANILA (AP)-Robert McCflnn flown to Clark Air Bate to» day on his Journey back to the United States to die after spend- ng 10 years In a Red Chinese prison. The former bmrtnwsman from Pasadena, Calif., ravaged by cancer, was rushed to the U.S. Air Force Hospital at the base north of Manila on arriving from Hong Kong. Arrangements tor his flight on to the United States were not complete. McCann's wife, who traveled 9.000 miles to Tientsin to plead with the Chinese Communists for her husband's release, said the doctors In Hong Kong had given her husband "only a few days to live." "The end can come any day," uhe said. "There is no hope." McCann, 60, seemed in great pain as he was carried on a stretcher from the Air Fbtt* transport that brought him from Hong Kong. The cancer that started in his lungs has riddled his entire body and reached his brain. Mrs. McCann said that since she first saw her husband last Thursday, she had not discussed with him the vague charge of espionage on which the Comma nists sentenced him in 1951 to 15 years in prison. "The matter is now of minor importance," she said. Kennedys Win Student Votes At West Junior In an election Thursday dominated by Kennedys — not THE Kennedy — Donna Kennedy was chosen president of the West Junior High School student council. Judith Wiebmer was elected vice president. Kenneth Kennedy was chosen Track Writ Pondered By Court Following a hearing which occupied city Court mart of Thursday afternoon, Judge I. tl. Streeper took under advisement for a week the application tor a temporary injunction to restrain state officials from en* torcement of a regulation for rear-fender splash guards OP dump and ready-mix trucks. The hearing marked the* open Ing of a suit aimed as a further court test of the motor vehicle act requirement for rear splash-guards on certain classes of trucks. The suit is that of a group of contractors' organizations, corv tractors, and a truck chauffeur in which Joseph E. Ragen, state director of public safety, and William Morris, state superintendent of highway police, are as respondents. Attorney William M. Cox Jr. of Wood River represents the petitioners and N. D. Vasileff of Madison, an assistant attorney general, i.« appearing for state officers. Ask Judgment The plaintiffs have asked both an injunction and a declaratory judgment that dump and ready- mix trucks are exempt from ther stature requirement for splash-guards. When the hearing opened, the assistant attorney genera sought a transfer of the sul fo the Sangamon County CTr cult Court, contending the Al ton court lacked venue because no local enforcement actions were shown to have affected the petitioners. His motion for a transfer was denied after Attorney Cox add ed two more counts to plaintiff's petition. By these Mack H. Howard, a truck-dri%'er employe of Clyde DeGerlia, one of the contractor complainants, was made a party plaintiff, Howard aver- CALLED TO WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON—French chef Rene Verdan has been called to the White House for temporary duty to handle an upsurge In entertaining of foreign visitors. Verdan, who comes to the White House from the Oarlyle Hotel in New York, cooked his first White House meal—with a distinctive French flavor —for visiting Prime Minister Harold Macmillan of Great Britain Wednesday. Verdan is shown at his New York job recently. (AP Wlrephoto.) Illinois Legislature Gets Building Authority Bill treasurer. Tom Kennedy was one of two who made the nominating speech for Kenneth Kennedy. Kenneth's other nominator was Olivia Pollard. A spokesman at the school said she does not believe that any of the Kennedys involved are related to each other or to THE Kennedy. The council officers were nominated, culminating a three-day campaign. Rules call for election StePhen KatZ ' red that he was twice arrested by state police In March on One Area GOP Members Still On State Job cause. tion—policies. African-backed demands for a I worldwide break with South Africa faced possible committee ap- But shops and restaurants arej still refusing to sell to U.N. troops and they still are not ad- ! Mother Turns in Son for Auto Theft proval but almost certain defeat jmitted to any hotels. later in the assembly. Western and Asian countries were supporting a milder resolution. Death Was Near for Finch Charges Filed Against After Trash Alter U-asU MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP)—Police say a mother here turned in her son for driving a stolen auto. Officers said the mother picked 'up a telephone extension at homej Charges Against Carey Under Advisement CHICAGO — Misconduct ! Thursday and overheard her son, char ^ es a * ainst Frank Carev : 52 ' ! Willie Odell Hendrix, 27, of 1707 {15, telling a schoolmate he would Piasa St.. was charged with traf-IPJck him up for school in a car. fie violation Thursday night after! Since she knew. her. son had no police said he caused an accident' car, she drove to the schoolmate's by backing out of a parking j home and saw her son arrive in year-old patrolman involved in a bitter feud with Supt. O.W. Wil- in support of the union I to four offices of hvo b^ 5 and itwo girls who received the great- i est number of votes in school- a wide voting. The order in which [the four are listed in office sig- jnifies the position of each in the final vote. Other nominating speakers were: For Donna Kennedy—Nancy Gilleland and Richard Schulte; for Judith Wiebmer — Barbara Drake and David Ostendorph; for Stephen Katz — Alfred Harney and Gladys Levis. asked by his attorney, Daniel A. Gallagher, what responses he received from Wilson. On each occasion, Carey said. I SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) A proposal for an Illinois building authority to finance state con- isfruction — vetoed two years ago I by former Gov. William G. Strat- jtbn — is back before the Legislature, i Gov. Otto Kerner has indicated SPRINGFIELD. HI. (Special) i he favors tne P lan - Introduced . |Thursday, to finance hospital, j prison and other state buildings issued by such an — One Alton area Republican still in his state job, and onej^ has been released under the new j authority. Democratic administration. Charles Thomae, who resides on Rt. 140, near Bethalto, is still a revenue inspector, classified No. 2, at East St. Louis, and supervises the training of rev- The structures would be leased by the authority to the state agencies whose rentals, paid from regular appropriations, would be used to retire the bonds. Sen. Everett R. Peters, R-St. son, have been taken under ad-j- Hp j ust g]ared at me visement by a civil service trial board. space into the path of a car driv- a 1959 model. She said she chased I Before the two-day hearing en by Gerald Allen Miller, 29, of the two boys several blocks Thursday, Wilson flatly re- 3531 Omega St. 'fore she blocked them and tookii ected a compromise proposal to LOS ANGELES <AP>— An over- °< Belle street at 7-.30 p.m. whelming majority of the third According to the report, the ac- both boys to Juvenile Court. 'allow Carey, president of the 9.- cident occurred in the 500 block | Court officials said the twoi^-member Chicago Patrolmen's ' " " ! boys had been released last week Association, to avoid prosecution. Da 8 But the jurors eventually dc- RAYN ? E, La cided that a "life sentence would iDogua. 38, a (AP) — Clamas laborer suffering : on charges of burglary. i Canada Fulfills United Nations Debt 1 "The charge for which Patrol- jman Carey is appearing in this I court is a very simple one, the (disobedience of a superior of- Ificer," the superintendent told the : hoard. "It is essential that disci- Wilson was termed "tyrannical"! by Gallagher when the defense at-i torney concluded arguments in Carey's behalf. After the hearing, the superintendent told newsmen, "I will not tolerate defiance." Carey has been accused specifically of refusing to give Capt. John P. Leonard, director of the police internal investigation division, a statement concerning the Feb. 27 meeting. He also is charged with refusing to make statements about hisj 3 Auto Accidents In 24-Hour Period charges he had no splash- guards on the dump truck he was driving for his employer. He contended property rights in his employment were Jeopardized, and joined in asking both the injunction and declaratory judgment. Argue Legal Points Vasileff then pressed a mo- lion to strike or quash the amended complaint contending the issue it raises through six counts have already been determined,in earlier suits, two of which brought Suprege Court rulings, and another -an opinion by City Judge Fred P. Schuman of Granite City. Attorney Cox, in reply, maintained that his theory the statute was not intended to apply to dump and mixing trucks has never been taken into court. He ary t . was ready to show, he said, that" 1 , A department spokesman said) ^icensi^of ! the petitioners were exempt JMorrow's release was "political." jn<J macn jn cs _ nue investigators. His salary is'josrph, chairman of the Illinois 5470 a month. (Budgetary Commission, and Sen. A spokesman for the revenue (Donald O'Brien of Chicago, Dem- department told the Telegraph | ocra tic minority leader, drafted Thomae is regarded as a "high I the bills. type of man." This indicates he! O'Brien also sponsored Kerner's has a good chance of holding on.j vers j on O f a board to supervise Thomae is a former Madison j n t g her education In Illinois. County Republican chairman: This bill calls for a planning The Republican who lost his, ^^^ of gix mer nbers named by job is Robert A. Morrow of 2335 Edwards St., Alton, who was released from the payroll on March 23. He was classified as "revenue inspector No. 1 at $380 a month. He is associated with O. Carson Quinn in Morrow-Quinn Mortu-; the same room where the governor plus the three heads of existing boards which govern the six state universities now. Other new bills filed included those: Prohibiting the sale of liquor in al- vend- 'from the splash-guard require ment because the legislative in-: „. ,-, . . , jtent. by a 1959 amendment or Firemen Extinguish i the act. was not to apply the Three injury auto accidents re ! rule to dump and mix trucks. Carburetor Fire be even worso than death" for ! f rO m an undiai;nosed ailment, has Dr. R. Bernard Finch and his 'received 189 pints of blood in the red-haired mistress, Oirolo Treg- past u days - about nine times off. juror George Styer added, 'the amount in a normal human Sfyer refused to reveal the ac- system. tual vote on thr death penalt.v. -------The Los AngHcs Examiner, quoting an unidentified juror, said it was 11-1. Styer denied this. He gave this account of the deliberations: "The great majority ol us at the conclusion ol the trial voted to convict Carole and Finch on;^, . , the murder conspiracy count o niChll ' as ° cam P us of early ballots. "Most of the 19 hours we de-<to reality today with the approval] liberated were devoted to deter- ] 0 f the Chicago Planning Commis- mining whether Carole wag guilty j g(on UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. (AP) ; plim ' , hf ' maintained in the depart-j subsequen , a p pearance " on a tele . ported during the 24-hour period I ending at 7 a.m. today brought! to 59 the total number of injury accidents for the year to date, compared with 34 a year ago. There were five accidents during the period, bringing to 417 the j total for the year to date—the] same total as last year. | Grunted Divorce — Canada has come to the rescue i ment. of the hard-pressed United Na-! Care - v ls ( ' har g«i with disobey- tions with a contribution of rough- ! ing an order and °° nduct unbe - nsion interview program and aj On hearing of her suit, Thurs-i ly $3.780,000, fulfilling Canada's, J%1 debt. ....... .... an offioer Tho Barges ' phj(jf trip he made to Wichita, Kan., where Wilson once served as po- day, Nancy L. Stout was granted! Chicago Plan Commission Okays Site for V. of L stem from a protest meeting of the association Feb. '27 when a representative of Mayor Richard divorce, by City Judge jStreeper, from Marion Carey and Leonard gave conflicting testimony over what took J.'Daley was bodily "ejected when I )lart> when Carey was summoned CHICAGO (Api-The proposed University of new facilities needed at thej Urbana campus. f Illinois, wan another step closer! "*** temporary Chicago branch, a two-year school, has been located at Navy Pier since World War II. The university's trustees selected the Harrison-Hulsted site Feb. .£"2 °1 secondvde e reejm " rder I The commission approved plans „ _.„.. And when we began deliberat- !Thurgda ,„ ereol the four . year ]5 . It , s expe(: ted to cost about mg penalty, the overwhelming (branch 0| , a 103 . am , site on majority of the jurors were in near \Vest for ovf>rriding vod . ferous objections from residents $6 million and would displace about 1.100 families in the he attempted to speak. j The maximum penalty, if Carey ,is found guilty,'is dismissal from ;his job as a policeman. .Supporters of Carey testifying at the hearing contended he was being victimized because he i-hampioned rights of the cop on the beat. Carey himself testified Wilson was unreceptive to his attempts to present grievances affecting the welfare of policemen. After describing two instances when he laid grievances before the superintendent, Carey was Mrs. Florence Scalu, leader of favor of the death penalty both her and Kmcb. , o( , he a jf ei , le d Harrison-Hulsted a Harrison-Halsted neighborhood •Norn..of the third trial jurors ;are;i ,_ JIW , hf , univer8i , wen- influencedI by any feeling of Flna , approval av , aits at . tlon byi choice, charged the commission lor Carole." . ... _ " i to Leonard's office for questioning about the protest meeting. Carey testified he walked out of Leonard's office after me captain offered no evidence of a com plaint and asserted, "I can't force you to make a statement." Leonard testified he followet Carey down a hall, Insisting that he answer questions about t he meeting. He said his direct order* were spumed. I. H.j Dean | Stout, now of Chino, Calif. The court directed that a decree be presented. Mrs. Stout in her complaint averred desertion. Three Youths Steal PurseFrom Woman Purse snatchers were disappointed when they stole a purse in the 500 block of Central avenue at 8:26 p.m. Thursday. A woman reported to police that three youths, 14 to ]5 years o f age, grabbed her purse and fled while she was walking alone. She said the purse contained only identification and personal belongings — no cash. Prohibiting Illinois Parole Board members from holding any other public or political party office and increasing their salaries from 510,- OfX) to $12,000 a year. Firemen of engine company. Authorizing counties to regulate 4 and the Milton company ex-j entertainment and censor shows tinguished a carburetor flash land other forms of amusement, fire in an auto in the 1100} bar"Reported""8tole« block of Milton road at 12:28i John Herder of 808 E, Arch a.m. today. Assistant Fire Chief | St reported to police at 8:4S Warren Grable reported that the lp m Thursday that his car had blaze, In the car of John Hefley, 3605 E. Doerr St., was exting- been stolen from where he left it parked at 5 a.m. near the in- luished without damage. Uerseo.tion of Front and George i Shortly before 2 a.m., engine j streets, (company 1 extinguished blazing; -i straw and lumber at the inter- W 'section of Broadway and Al-i ton street, at the Alton street sewer repair project. The blaze j I had apparently been started by; i vandals, firemen said. A hurricane and a typhoon are the same thing; both are cyclones. The jury of 10 men and 2 women lust wi-ek convicted ! Apri | 13 Finch 43. and Carole. 24. of mur-, der and conspiracy in the July 18, , c . a 19.'j9. fatal shooting of the sur-| 0 j geon's socialite wife. Barbara i the City Council, which has set.with breaking its promise to al a public hearing on the issue for low rcsiiiwnts lo return to the area after a previously planned I Planning commission approval urban renewal program had been jc-ame after Charles S. Havens, U completed. director of physical plants, Tibor Hairing, an architect for T •>? ,i, j j said university enrollment is ex-'the Harrison Halsted group, said ?""•=.*•.^^. th 7 ? ec T d >cted to double in the next d«-.thi> U of I trustees could revamp The- for defendants will be eligible parolt in seven years The defendants claimed they tried to talk to Mrs. Finch about a divorcr shi pulled a gun and,. the weapon discharged accidentally when she and Finch struggled for it. The gun hat never been found. The prosecution said Finr-h shot his wife in the back as she fled in terror from their luxurious es- tfctf w suburUu) West Covuia Styer said Finch's account of the shooting m accidental wa* the most «tni""»g"ig taclof against bam. :««" and construction of a Chica-their plans for the site *> that i(o branch would halve the amount only 5-1 acres would be needed. BENEFIT OAR WASH $1,50 SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 9 A.M. ro 4 P.M. CLIFF'S SERVICE STATION uul Suit! Alton Bcuefii fiata Indian SN-iilor Baton-Drum Drill Cerp« Ail proceeds 10 lowitid helping 10 IU»*nc« tfc* CVTM t« competition tUk miam*r. Woa't vou k*f» ittl Otto J. KeUmitytr ON SATURDAY, APRIL 8 RE-ELECT OTTOJ. KOLKMEYER CANDIDATE FOR School Trustee Vottf May •• CM! •! ONLY THREE POLLING PLACES . . . • Humboldt or Lincoln or McKlntey Schools 7our Support A Candidate for SCHOOL TRUSTEE of ALTON TOWNSHIP Dr. Robert B. Lynn.., asks for YOUR vote -QuaWied by experience lor this IMPORTANT but Hub-known job. ONLY 3 polling places for School Trustee Lincoln School Humboldt School McKinley School 1021 Atton SI. 1028 East 6th St. 1211 Elm St H*«»nU«« «f who** you Uvt to Altoa fowmUp y«« mutt veto tor VrattM •* *M •MM fklM UtflllHi' VOTE FOR DR. LYNN Sat., April 8th Should Your Telegraph Carrier Forget You.... Phone HO 5-6641 for dcllreryl Before 6 pro daily 5 pm, Saturday Department ALTON EVENING TEl.KGRAPH

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