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Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 3, 1961, Alton, Illinois SOCIAL PAGE I SPORTS I RADIO ft TV It COMICS II CLARIFIED II OBITUARY PAGE IS ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Serving the Alton Community for More Than 125 Venn FAIR SUNDAY LOW High H 119 JUNE 16 PAGES Se of Tht Associated Prut SUMMIT MEETING OPENS CORDIALLY Mobs Attack Church In Dominican Republic One Assassin Still at Large By CIUDAD Dominican Republic AP Angry mobs stormed the headquarters of an opposition political movement and a Roman Catholic church industrialist Arnold Concepts for SIU Campus Discussed By WILLIAM BRUNNER Telegraph Staff Writer EAST to do with people and machines on the proposed massive SIU Southwestern Campus site near WHS the question argued and discussed day desks and papers were thrown from a win dow of the headquarters of the Popular Dominican Movement and burned in the Police who arrived to the disturbance were greeted by the mob with shouts of Viva down with The priest whose church was stormed is the Gabriel Ma now in protective custody and accused of having given asy lum to one of the assassins who shot down dictator Rafael Trujillo Tuesday About weeping women and shouting men armed with sticks and stones gathered at de Ars Church We must avenge blood and Come Father The crowd dispersed when poj lice arrived and no one was in the Word of these incidents became known The nation this morning seemed calm but behind the scenes the hunt continued foi survivors of the band that assas The government claimed one as sassin has been killed and three others The accused mastermind of the plot still is at Liviu WHS captured after being wounded in a gunfight with Trujillo and his An en Roberto alias also was in big show under a plastic on on East Louis parking lot was opened with a toplevel blast of opinion from big brains in the worlds of art and Three others who were riding a dynamic Chicago Rafael Trujillo the dictators was directing the manhunt for members of the band of killers amid reports of a widespread crack down on sus antigovernment The plot against the elder Tru who ruled with a tyrannical hand tor 31 was disclosed to have reached right into the presidential The slain assassin was fled as 1st Amado Garcia an aide to President Joaquin the figurehead Dominican chief of The accused chief re tired Juan was still at Among the three accused con seized was a civilian caught in a Roman Catholic par ish The resident the Gabriel was taken into custody on charges of giving asylum to the fled as Huascar Antonio Tejeda Guard Churches The army said guards were be ing posted around all Catholic to protect them against reprisals by angry An armed forces communique said Garcia Guerrero was machine gunned to death hiding in an aunts house He put up a fight and shot two security killing before being killed There were seven in the band that carried out the assassination of Trujillo Tuesday A former army Pedro in a cars that ambushed the generalissimo were still at One of Antonio 1m was believed to have been wounded in the roadside gun bat The others wore Salvador Es an army officers ami Antonio de la Maza named as the author of the reportedly did not take part in the actual slaying of Diaz is still at Two armed forces communi ques issued after the generalis simos funeral Friday said about 20 persons already have been rounded up in connection with the Tells of Assassination wounded chauffeur They shot him down like he was an Zacarias de la told this story in copyrighted in with the San Juan Star Trujillo was riding on a lonely space of shoreline drive west of Ciudad A car with lights out came from blasted the generalissimo with a ma burst and passed on the right to block the Another car was parked business man with a compelling personality and a love of declared to the Telegraph Mini the Edwardsville campus will he the site of a great universi He said an opportunity such as is offered by the site is rare in that it provides the raw material for edu architectural planning at the very before one spadeful of earth has been turn No Excuse There should be no excuse for not having a great university fleeted in the place he creates for himself on the He said such public institutions as SIU has particular ty for stating visually the beauty and dignity of which it is a SIU board oi trustees new member and tor of the Kate Maremont Found ation which was a cosponsor of EPEC along with the Educational Facilities Branch of the Fore The challenge is to bring to each student during the period he attends Southern Illinois University a familiarity with the visual aesthetics of our western Bolton said every campus more than a decade old has adopted a master but none ol them has had the courage to stick with But an institution with the courage to plan an he He would certainly be expect that the only obstacle to creating Jed to stand by its he a beautiful institution of high esthetic quality near ville would be lack of sensitiveness in the Esthetic opinions soared on a high plane in the humid atmos phere of the where area people gathered by invitation to hear what the some in some on had to Seven noted experts provided the phase of the They represent top names in rhc fields of the arts and Other speakers during the af were Buckminster builder and research professor at SIU Paolo Arizona tor Howard sociologist for Community Kansas City Yale University landscape architect Edmund city planner for Fuller noted that most univer sities traditionally started with Minnie wife of Arthur Bertels of near IB minus a setting 11 ant and is suffering from snake bite all because make took possession of a hins neit on the Bertels was treated at Alton Memorial Hospital for the Make bite wound and was Bertels when she went to chicken house Friday even ing to look in on a hen that Wll sitting on pheasant eggs When Bertels readied teahouse she found the set ting tea squawking and flying UK such De la Cruz said he Lets turn Trujillo We are going to ic got leaned against the front fired his revolver but soon dropped with mortal The chauffeur fired two light from inside the le took five wounds in his left right abdomen md but wounded two The chauffeur said he massed and the assailants eft him for Rural police ound Earl a pu planner for the University o cited the threat universities of the monster He suggested a monorail similar to those at famed to move commuters from parking lot to Environmental Planning The show has been named standing for Environ mental Edwardsville The EPEC weekend in Eas Louis opened at In an opening statement SIU President Morris said EPEC is a statement that the dignity of man should be few people a nd In this he saic architect Gyo Obata in charg of the job for is with a phenomenal challenge since Edwardsville campus popu lation is expected to top the 000 mark by Fuller predict cd that within a decade univer sities will package and their lectures for home delivery and in keeping wit increased Automatic also will mean a nation of con rather than producers the result that society wil invest in education as a compre understanding of its obli The whole society will be come a student paid tc Natural Values like made a strong plea for a campus preserving as much of the sites natura value as possible and said thai its time to reintroduce the bicycle to the He said a physical solution to the automobile problem is but tha the chance of an individual ma turing is in inverse proportion tc the number of horsepower he car Miss Sibyl an ar replying to a set of ques ions posed to all seminar parti expressed opposition tc campus art as embellishment oi Art on the campus U not a question of morality oi she but of the recognition of art as Bacon said he was impressed by a university planning its environment before any mistakes are before any earth has been The discussion was preceded by a showing of a 30minute production involving eight throwing images on the inside walls of the It will be exhibited Saturday and Some W guests attended an evening which was followed by further EPEC statements by six other personalities on and a panel discusion among the DATA AT THE DAM temperature Yesterdays today high low River stage below Precipitation Jam at 8 24 to 8 Pool Granite City I Low Bid on T Special Rite Electric of Granite Ulty was apparently low bidder friday on installation of traffic Control signals on the Beltline it The Granite City firm bid 160 on a project calling for the and installation of control signals on Illinois 11 beltline at the Submits raf f ic Signal with Washington avenue in The project was among six involving highway improvements in Madison Project with the names of apparent low bidders on follow On State Aid miles of resurfacing on State Aid between Marine and Jacob Maclair Asphalt East Illinois miles of base course and widening and between the north and south city limits in Madison General Contracting Granite On Illinois miles of widening and resurfacing from 150 northerly to the road Thompson Construction On Federal Aid Interstate 370 and delivering steel for two parallel railroad grade separation carrying Interstate 3TO over the Alton Southern Railroad at Mitchell Vincennes Steel tad Two parallel railroad grade separation structures on the foregoing project bman Straw was out of the nest nd when Bertels reached er hand in to replace the raw something struck at her nd inflicted deep fang marks her left She called to her lat she had been bitten by a nake and he ran to her aid nd killed the which measured five feet long and mr inches in he snake was black with tiler In making her the en flew past Bertels and knocked her glasses xun her Up until noon Jday tbe hen had not Only three ol the 14 original ggs io tti CHI Three meals a a roof over my two a a power mower aad a contested wife why I to ifl debt Optimism Is Keynote By JOHN VIENNA summit meeting began today in a spirit of cordiality defying a rainy Vienna HEADS AT THE SUMMIT Kennedy and ambassador in suburb here Premier Khrushchev at their first meet AP Wirephoto ing in the residence of the American Federal Court Judge Against Freedom Riders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Police and leaders of freedom groups today pondered a judges stern series of warnings aimed at stopping the nost recent racial challenge in Manama and the violence that came with District Court Judge Frank of sweeping decrees which the riders to stop their racial challenge in Alabama until further Montgomery police and a former reserve policeman under with indefinite jail terms as the pen alty for issued a series I in pending fur Man Charged in Fatal Knifing Charles Henry of was named in a manslaughter warrant signed by States Merle Bas charging him with the fatal of Simon Pat of 2000 Salu Patterson was found dead by police shortly after 6 today on the 5 fairway of Rock Spring iolf While police were ing at the golf Fife came to the officers and fied himself as the person who had stabbed Fife waived preliminary hear ing before Police Magistrate Fred Schreiber this morning and was bound over to Madison County Circuit Court Grand Bond was set at In a signed statement given to Fife said he had been in an avenue tavern about 4 He told po after leaving this tavern I went to a house in the Lincoln Gardens He said he had one drink there and went outside to his car where he met a man later iden as Albert of 2516V3 Hazel He said he talk ed to Dunn for several minutes then walked Fife continu ed that he was then approached by a man whose face was par covered by a He said the man had a knife in his hand and demanded money The man then struck him with an unidentified knocking him down three times and took his billfold containing Fife Fife said he got to feet and drew his own making one thrust at the masked He said he didnt know whether he struck him or but he chased the man toward the golf When he returned from the golf he reentered tlie he had been in prior to the trouble and asked that the police be He said the people there refuted to do 10 and he went to his ear and drove to the golf There he saw police and gave himself in a signed old of talking to He said when they be returned to the same He said he had been inside several when he heard someone calling for help and observed toward the goU BUM tali to OMB to ftf MUM wiA fowd lying on the Fife was standing Dunn and told him that Patterson had rob bed Dunn said he told Pat terson to give Fife back his mo ney and Patterson told him Dunn to reach into his coat pocket and take Dunn did he and the two men not realizing how seriously Patterson had been Dunn said Fife was bleeding about the where several teeth had been knocked out in the earlier scuffle with Police lat er said that Fife had numerous bruises and Police first learned of the in cident when a resident of the 2000 block of Salu street notified po lice that two men had been fight ing in front of his house and run onto the golf Pattersons body was taken to the Russell Funeral ther court a restraining order which prohibits the Ku Klux Klan and three individuals from further violence against the riders or other interstate bus another group of in tried a new tactic on state racial laws at Jackson They were peaceful bu Thirteen riders arrived at Jack son Friday in two Trailways bus While Negroes in the groups went into the white waiting room the whites went into the Negro waiting All 13 were ar rested for breaching the peace They brought to 65 the number arrested at Jackson since the rides began last Immediately after issuing his ruling Johnson said I want to make it abundantly clear that this injunction and re straining order will be enforced If are any such incidents as this mob violence I am going to put some Klansmen some city some city po and some Negro preach ers in the federal Those who finance and encourage groups to come into this area with the knowledge that such publicized trips will fo ment the judge said are just as effective in causing an obstruction to interstate trav el as the mobs One of Johnsons orders was a restraint against the Congress ol Racial Equality CORE and three other freedom ride or as well as five Negro leaders and all persons acting in concert with In New a spokesman for CORE said it will appeal the order to the Circuit Court of Venice Man Appointed to Board of Review Arthur Pete Fields of Venice was ap pointed late Friday afternoon by County Judge Michael Kinney to a term as Democratic member of the Madison County Board of a paint firm sales re previously had serv ed five years on the review He succeeds John Bellcoff of who had been cratic member of the review board the past four An order for Fields current ap pointment to the board was en ered by Judge Kinney about 4 The Board of Review met in organization session for assess work June with Chairman Gus Haller and holdover Republican member Charles of Godfrey pre They former dirt of the awaiting Judge oi the third board of his third appointive Rook first was appointed to the review body by Judge Kinney late in 1955 for a term as GOP and was named again to the board last Haller is chairman of the review board by virtue of his chairman ship of the Madison County Board of Named Master Appointment of Harry Mend an Alton as circuit Court was an Friday by the three Mad ison County circuit Concurring in the which is for a term to fill a vacancy created by the death of Anthony Daly of Al were Circuit Judges Joseph Barr of Wood Harold Clark of Alton and James Monroe Under assignment by the to facilitate trial of certain types of civil the chancery customarily takes jg real aad to court far Soviet Premie r Khrushchev went to the embassy resi dence for the first days They began with a 75minute lunch where toasts were exchanged in friendly It was a far different atmos phere than that which prevailed at the summit meeting at Paris in BULLETIN VIENNA AP The first round of chev talks ran overtime but ended at The talks had been scheduled to close at 6 They got under way at after a luncheon In the sy May which broke up over Khrushchevs demand that Presi dent Eisenhower apologize for U2 spy flights over the Soviet President evidently buoyed up by his Paris talks with French President De flew to Vienna this a day aft er Khrushchev had arrived by The President told Austrian President Adolf Schaerf that he had come to neutral Vienna in or der to promote better internation al Aides expected the President to warn Khrushchev against the war dangers revolving around any new crisis over and to urge Soviet concessions in the field of Calls as Embassy Talks between the two leaders began two hours after Kennedy Khrushchev called at the embassy residence at Kennedy met tim on the They shook posing for pho with advisers gathered they talked for more than an hour in the music cozy red and gray parlor where all sat in easy The talk delayed lunch half an Informants reported afterward that the two men and their asso had a very cordial time at the They toasted each other with champagne and their remarks were described as friend Kennedy spoke for three to four minutes for about 10 Each of the leaders had nine aides Kennedy and Khrushchev sat opposite each oth er at the Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko sat on Khrush right and Secretary of State Dean Rusk on Kennedys Kennedy and Khrushchev domi the but Gro and Rusk took an active There was one exchange be tween Khrushchev and Charles Soviet affairs expert and Kennedy who speaks Rus After the luncheon Kennedy and Khrushchev talked alone with only their interpreters For about nine minutes they walked together in the embassy By that time the rain had given way to a brisk wind and bright Then the talks continued in the music room through the Broad When Khrushchev drove up to the residence of Ambassador Freeman Kennedy walked part way down the stone steps to meet The two men smiled broadly at each Photographers pressed forward and for a picture of the wo shaking Kennedy said quickly to an interpreter tell him if its all right well shake hands for the Khrushchev agreed and they Then they went quickly into the Kennedy was host for which began with a and was scheduled to run throughout the Khrushchev will be host at the Soviet Embassy residence Sun officials say the talks vould range over all cold war is with special attention to Vest the nuclear test ban alks at G e ne v disarmament and Kennedy has made DP secret of s intention to make as dear as to thai m ol tbe great of war lies By means Khrushchev might tough off a nuclear conflict by underrating the determination of the West to protect its rights in disputed positions notably West To Discuss Ban Kennedy told a news conference in Paris Friday of his fears about He also said he would talk with Khrushchev about the nuclear test ban negotiations and the Geneva conference on the political future of Kennedy held a strategy confer ence in Paris Friday night with Secretary of State Dean Rusk and other including the ambassador to Llewellyn and the administra tions top Soviet affairs Charles As todays meeting started it was known that sometime during the two days of conference here the President plans to tell Khrush chev that the premiers formula for running international organiza tions with a will wreck nuclear test ban and disarmament The troika would consist of one one Western and one neutral each with a The veto could be officials to block any operation the Soviets did not Insists on Inspection One of Kennedys prime aims is to get across to Khrushchev that if he wants any nuclear test ban or disarmament he must drop the troika formula and agree to inspection provisions which would minimize the dangers of After Kennedy met Khrushchev on the steps the two men went directly into a small parlor called the music They sat down in chairs placed side by Their advisors circled out on ei ther These included Rusk and Soviet Foreign Minister An drei The two leaders chatted in a relaxed way while photographers took photographs for about two Agree in Paris The youthful President and French President Charles de Gaulle in Paris agreed that the Western allies must stand firm in their commitment to defend West Berlin against any Soviet attempt to take Kennedy was expected to warn Khrushchev against the dangers of war should the Soviet chieftain force a new Berlin crisis as he has indicated he will do late this Before leaving Paris Kennedy openly said his meetings with De Gaulle enabled him to confront Khrushchev with more confi The millionaires son and the former coal miner were to get to gether by lunchtime for their first Kennedys plane landed at The President called the big two conference a most important meeting in an effort to improve the prospects for more general understanding and Khrushchev Cautious outwardly confi arrived in Vienna Friday and said We know one cannot settle everything at one has good one can also achieve much within a short After alighting from his plane this morning Kennedy stood at at tention as a band played the American and Austrian national anthems and then inspected an honor guard of crack Austrian The day was in complete con trast to the bright sunny weather which greeted Khrushchev Fri A heavy downpour soaked Vienna all morning and looted like continuing throughout the Kennedy was the first off the Despite the chill rain be wore no Austrian Presi dent Adolf standing bare headed in the steady welcomed Kennedy as the first American president ever to into this historic capital fin the Schaerf said he aad of other the talks here will real
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