Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1968 · Page 24
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July 1, 1968

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

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ALTON PAGE 84 Man Tells Police He Was Beaten Clnrin "Hull" tony, », of W E. SlnBi a., toM Alton Police found Tftllcy seated Ifl Ms auto at Lincoln-Douglas Square where 4ie had been driven by his wile. Talley's left 'eye was swolfen shut and he had a severe cut on the back of the head: Talley was treated at Alton Memorial Hospital. 'In otter police new*, Jerry Whitenead, 27, of the Bon Air Hotel, was arrested by police Saturday after Doris Florine Wuench, of 1400 E. fourth St.,< said that Whl^head had struck her. 1 , : - '•'". ' \ .'"'•' , Police said that Miss Wuench ciatnted Whitehead hit her several times after she found him in his toom at the Bon Air Hotel entertaining another young woman. j. Miss\Wuench told police she Is pregnant and expected to marry -Whlfehead. He was charged with assault and bat tery. Miss Wuench was treated at St Joseph's Hospital for injuries of the face, legs and head. In another, domestic squabble, Joe Boy Chappell, 30, of 814 McPherson St., was arrested by police Sunday after his wife signed a complaint that he had beat her' V Mrs. Donna Chappell went to the Alton Police Department at 11:55 p.m. Sunday and said that her husband had beat her. Police arrested Chappell at his home. He Was released on |50 cash bond on charges of intoxication and assault and battery. Mrs. Mary Arlene Cress, 24, of 3110 Edgewood Ave., was treated at Alton Memorial Hospital for a head wound Sunday night after police found her at Hills Donut Shop, 2428 E. Broadway, with a deep gash in her scalp. . Police quoted Mrs. Cress* husband, James, 25, as saying that he ihoved his wife after she Jumped on him outside the Town Clnb Tavern at E. Broadway and McClure street Police saidt Mrs. Crest was at the pastry shop with a man who identified himself as Claod WardT41«7A Ladede, St Lptds. Cress said he didn't know how his wife had been Injured; Police said Cress Is a bouncer at the Town dob Tavern. Willie Coleman of 2425 Main St, was arrested by police. Sup- day after his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Coleman said that he had chased her and threatened her with a butcher knife. Coleman was released on $25 cash bond on a peace disturbance charge. ;V ' ' Men To Attend Demo Confab Madison County Democratic Chairman Walter T. "Buck" Simmons, State Sen. Paul Simon of Troy and Joseph Knight Of Dow are among 68 delegates to the Democratic National Convention selected Friday at the Springfield convention. Other prominent* rtatr'party Qgurea sleeted as delegates to the national convention were Gpv,.jMiuel If. Shajpto, Secretary of State Taw Powell of VHfftia, 'State Auditor ^|)chajel j, Howlett and Jlayor' Alvin Fields 'oi East St. MJU}B. . Fannie G. Jones joined Mayor Fields as a delegate from East St. Louis. The ielections were nude Friday at the party's state convention. Sen. Simon of Troy is the Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor in the November election. Simmons is chairman of the strong Madison County Pttno- craW party. Knight of Dow is a powerful etato politician and former bead of the State Department of FinandaJ Instttu- tlons. '.•-.."• . Other prominent delegates are Attorney <H», WUUwn p. Clark and Stote Treasurer Adlal stjvenson m. jyJV Charged With ffil WSrlt •m uMit QUANTITIES You'll Have A Picnic NATIONAL ^ _ FOOD STORES ^ CIOMD Thunday, July 4Hi Hunis*/ Kr«y » or Mkiyrd&o Whol MNEUSs HAM 98 LB MAIF MAM Ib. $1.03 M.KID and TltOlb. $1,09 MtDA Chole*, Grill Ready C«nt«r ..Cut CHUCK StEAKS Swttt'i Prtmlum or Mayrost fully Cookod HAM MLICT SHANK PORTION 7 USDA CHOICE, ARM of CHUCK Boneless Beef Roast 6RILL KEADYI OOURMIT IATINO, WHOU, UAN Pork Tenderloin UNITS OP 10 POUNDS $8.79 LB, LB, 8* 89 18 TO 20 W. WHOII HAMS USDA INSPECttD FARM FRESH CHICKEN PARTS BREAST Ib. 59c LEGS Ib. 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