Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 23, 1956 · Page 13
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THffil > <• Roctmtfi' the Piasa Country Harold THE BIGGER THEY COME.. * SeflmiS Water Condition Alton Lake level will be lowered one foot beginning Friday, Oct. 26, and ending Nov. 4, due lo critical low water conditions of the Mississippi River, according to a bulletin from the Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army. Unless there is sufficient rainfall by Nov. 15, the pool will be lowered an additional four feet by Dec. 1. Commercial navigation is already hampered by the lower water levels at the sill of the Alton Locks and Dam. Lowering the lake level also will have a serious effect upon pleasure boating, harbors, launching ramps, and marine railways. Boatowners are advised to check upon harbor depths and tatte steps to take their boats out for the winter beforehand if necessary- On previous occasions when thf pool level was dropped, many craft were left high and dry in the mud. j Many duck blinds will be left j BOWLING UPPER ALTON LANES Monday Church League Calvary Baptist Men wun 2! from Friendship Gen. Baptist. Main St. Methodist won 2 from College Ave. Pros. Gralton Methodist won 2 from Calvary Ladies. High Games — B. Clark 172; Ramey 172. ACMfQ ALf.EVS Alton Business Women L & L won 3 from Square Deal. Luly Drug Service won 3 from Wedgettes. Smith Funeral Home won 2 from Lou's Service. Falstaff won 2 from Klein Cadillac. Onized Wives won 2 from Eagles. High Game-- Willie 189. 7 P. M. Early Mon. Men Ginter Wardein won 2 from VFW No. 2. Sparks & Flames won 2 from VFW No. 1. Bon Air won I 1 ,* from Anchor Inn. 200 Games- Massalnne 21fi, 203: Jerden 2011: Mills 222. K Of C Anchors \\on 2 from Explorers. far from Ihe water on a sea of i Pirates won 2 from Pnthlindnrs. mud, and others normallv ap- i P' 1( -" s u '°" - from Skippers Cap' ins won 2 from Columbians. ilmirals won 2 from Breakers. 200 Games— Jim Dixon 203. proached by boat will not be. accessible. Some further change in | waterfowl habitat may occur. Other Tools Affected Although the Engineers don't believe the lower pool levels will cause injury to the fish population, previous experience has shown that thousands, if not millions, of fish become trapped in shallow bark waters and die. Other effects of the low river stage will be greater problems to commercial navigation, power generation may be affected at St. Louis and an emergency decree issued, industrial operations will be hampered, and DOHT TffY CAN FOKiGT AU.- Downtown Classic Peacock won 2 from Mineral Springs. Oltimcr won 2 from Ken-- ruckian. Wegener Food Liner won 2 from Hicks Studio & Milton TV. Acme won 2 from Luly Drug Service. Stag won 2 from J.A.W. Grocery. 200 Games — J. Losch 209, 20S (002); Luly 200: Beattie 202; Laughlin 22f>; Grissom 230: Combs 204: Bauer 214; Bailey 226: Koch 222: Pace 223: Sheets 202;. MacDonald 210; Mareing 233; Stmlo 204; Grain 202: Toth 20S; Middendorf 21 (h Scott 243. Mujor Women's League Michigan Has No Standouts, Says Oosterbaan Weill Touts New Hopeful, SolMcTier ANN ARBOR. Mich. JP — Kick j , around the football terms "one- I man gang" and "one-two punch" j ! all you want, but don't kick 'omj toward Michigan: i er to the world's heavyweight ti- Bcnnic Oosterbaan, I l!c '* lhe dream of every fight IJy MVKKAV HOSE NEW YORK (.^-Piloting a Sanders Quits Charity Game Coaching Post O i SAN FRANCISCO /T—Shrine of-' ficials today beean searching for a successor to Rrrl Sanders, the UCLA coach who dropped otil as' hear! ma;i for the west in flip annual East-West charity football • i game 1 . Bill Coffman, the same's man-: aging director, made (lip surprise] announcement of Smidrrs' with-' drawal Monday a( the Northern; California football \Vrifrrs Assn. luncheon. He said UCLA Chancellor Ray- ! mond Allen ruled that no member, of the Bruin coaching staff could coach in any post season game' this year. UCLA drew heavy penalties 1 from the: Pacific Coast Conference \ last summer because of imdcr-lhe- j table payments to athletes. ; It cannot win conference chain- \ pionships or play in post season j games for three years. Player.-;' from UCLA and other penalized: institutions, however, can play in; the East - West game, Coffman North AltOil Fight Results Conch Sprinsman Lumber won 2 from • whose Wolverines' ^m>«^ .. ^H^nn TT..,xr>', ,..(V nf i l-lrt >«H-0,-« I n _^ . . , , ,1 / _. C- UUlll-U III.-> V_IU»* .^ V/iM v. orsen. Freezine of the rivers in the next two months would make the outlook much worse, the Engineers pointed out. Pool 25 at Winfield and Pool 24 at darksville also will be lowered one foot beginning Friday and will have to be lowered further beginning Nov. 15 if the low water situation becomes worse. New Candidate The Dunkers Club gained a new candidate recently when Mn>. Ben (Vfra) \Vhlteslde, 2S30 Hillcrost Ave., reached out of her husband's- sailboat to fend off from a dock they were approaching. A sudden guest of wind hit the sails, the boat darted away, and Mrs. Whiteside was pushing on thin air for only a split second before she" went overboard. Unable to swim, she was pulled back aboard the boat quickly by her husband. She had taken off her life jacket only a few seconds before in anticipation of landing. Although she didn't become afraid in the water, she had a few bad moments later when she realized the close call that she had. New Marine Lift Twin Lakes Harbor, 2 1 ; miles upstream on the Mississippi River from Grafton is in the process of installing a new marine lift, reported Cal Dwigglns, the harbor operator. The unit will be able to lift a 20-ton craft 05 feet out of water, using a one- horsepower electric motor. Cribbing Blocks Jack Schenk, operator of Snug Harbor, has invented some 58 J .a- pound concrete cribbing blocks which are easily assembled in a locked position for boat docks and to prevent soil erosion at the edge of water. He has made a casting box so that several blocks may be made at a time. The blocks are inexpensive, he said. Difference In Zone* Some waterfowl hunters fail tc realize that although duck hunting season is from Oct. 13, through Dec. 21, goose hunting season varies in the state, according to a report from a Telegraph reader. Goose hunting season does have the same dates as duck hunting season in the northern zone of Illinois, but the dates are from Nov. 5 to Dec. 15 in the Southern zone. Important to local hunters is that Madison, Jersey and Cal- noun, counties are in the south- em zone. Many hunters have been arrested for violations because of the difference in zones. LaStarza To Try Comeback NEW YORK Ifl - Roland La Starza, the one - time leading heavyweight c o n te n d e r, announced at the St. Nicholas Arena Monday night that he was planning a comeback. Now 29, the Bronx Adonis hasn't fought since he was knocked out jn the fifth round by Julius Mederos, March 2, 1955. "I had bursltis, chips and spurs in both elbows," said Roland, "but it's all cleared up now. My doctor says I can give it a try. I've been working out at the "Y" and I expect to start boxing in the gym soon to see how it goes." Fiji will try to grow cigarette tobacco, Suva reports. from Sammon's Grocery. 200 Games- Weeks 223; Neuhammer 221, Linville 220; \Valk- ington 212. BOWL INN Firenwn Ix-njrue Roxana won 3 from Alton. Cottage Hills .won 2 from Godfrey. Wood PJver won 3 from East Al- ii' loss was' manager. Al Weill did it with j | Rocky Marciano and now that the i Rock of Brockton has retired, the i only an State, has fashioned single wing attack with a host of run- ton. Rosewood Heights No. 1 won 3 from South Roxana. Belhalto won 2 from Milton.' 200 Game?— Hamilton 210; Lauck 202; Rhoads 200. Western Mixed League Quality Bowlers won ?, from j nents Alley Cats. Nitwits won 2 from j Live Wires. Crazy Pins won 3j from Ramblers. Strikers won 2, from Torpedoes. Pea Pickers; won 3 from Sure Shots. i 200 Games— R. Nesman 206; i Huber 210; Nahkunst 20-1; Rac-i land 204: I. Bryant 200; W. Gansmann 203. ncrs and passers of near-equal ability. The system has been so successful that Michigan boasts no stars, says the veteran Wolverine coach. "We don't have outstanding personnel," he insists. "We have a i fine group of veteran -manag it rich again with Solomon Me- By THK ASSOCIATU) I'KI.:-S • New York—Frankie Ryff. 139, i New York, outpointed Frankie Ip-1 polito, 139' 2 . New York. HI. ! Miami, Fla.—Virgil Akins, 140, | St. Louis, knocked out Pat Lowry,' Toledo, Ohio, 2. (Lowry weight 1 unavailable). ' Holyoke, Mass.—Barry Allison,; IJO'i, Springfield. Mass., out-! pointed Sammy Walker, I'lti 1 ,:, j Springfield, Mass., 11. j Billings, Mont.—Jimmy Martinez, 158. Phoenix. Ariz., outpointed Pete Adams, 152, Newark, N. J., 10. Paris—Alphonse Halimi, US 1 ;, Algeria, outpointed Tony Campo, 120, Philippines. .10. Sydney—Peter Keenan, 117 :! 4, Scotland, knocked out Kevin James, 118, Australia, 2. Toronto — Howie King. Reno. Nev.. outpointed George Chuvalo, er hopes to strike j Toront0| g. ( \ V eights unavailable;. Tier. You can't blame Al for dreaming but that's like hoping to find a diamond as big as the Kohino.or in your back yard. McTier, a muscular, six-foot, •s who do a num- j 200-pound Negro from Montgom- well They! cr - v ' Ala-, scored his second knock- work hard as a unit, and because! out in as man - v P ro star t- s Monday of their versatility, we have been j ni 3 nl wllen no -'towed away Le- fortunate enouah to keep the oppo- j R "- v Spivey. 1S5' 2 , Brooklyn, . in defenses pretty loose." . 1:33 o{ tnc last.round of a prelim ! four-rounder on Die Frankie Rvff- \Vhiie & Red won 2 from Chick's Body Shop. Sitze Barber Shop won 3 from W. R. Moose No. 4. Varble T. V. won 2 from Delmar. 200 Games— Lovell 211: Kline 207; Stahlhut 212; Giannini 207. Monday Merchants Sprinpman Lumt>er won 3 from Black's Bakery. State Farm Ins. won 3 from Quiky. Howdy Orange won 2 from Hale Hardware. Community Coal won 2 from Dom's. V/R. W. of E. Alton won 2 from Togpery Monswear. Alton Moose No' 1 won 2 from Busch Bavarian. Nat Nast won 2 from Unnfelder Ins. Agency. 200 Game*— Taylor 213: Sues- sen 20S; Pent* 207'; Wilson 211. Packers Still Need Improve, Says Blackbouru By CHUCK CAPAIj,DO GREEN BAY, Wis. UV-Coach Lisle "Liz" Blackbourn figures his Green Bay Packers still have room to improve despite their 4217 slaughter of the Los Angeles Rams. "We need better offensive line blocking for our runners," Blackbourn said today as he and his staff prepared for the Colts' game at Baltimore Sunday. "These things go hand in hand," he added. "If our blocking improved, Tobin Rote would have more confidence in our runners and wouldn't be thinking pass all the time." Rote, who need not take a back seat to any other quarterback in the National Football League, passed for three touchdowns p 1 u n g e d for a fourth and completed 16 of 32 throws for 279 yards. How ton caught seven passes, in-j eluding two for TDs, for 257 yards j gained. He eclipsed the great Don | Hutson's Packer record by 20 j yards as he compiled the third highest yardage total by an end in NFL history. Dodgers Win In Japan, 1-0 SAPPORO, Japan .f — Carl Erskine's slick pitching and a home run by Duke Snider in the ninth inning featured the Brooklyn Dodgers' 1-0 victory over the Tokyu Giants today. The barnstorming Dodgers now have a 2-2 won and lost record in their liO-game Japamvide tour. To illustrate what the Michigan; ^ coach is talking about, four ran-! ners — fullback John Herrnstein j and halfbacks Terry Barry, Jim Pace and Bob Ptacek — have carried the ball on 152 of Michigan's 212 running plays. Barr has carried 35 times and leads the ground gainers with a Says V. S, Reds Get ling Orders Through London NEW YORK «v-The New York Herald Tribune said in a London dispatch today that the American! Communist party is receiving di-l rectives and instructions from i Frankie Ippolito card at St. Nich- j Moscow through a contact man j olas Arena. A powerful right hand:'" London. ( to the chops did the trick. j The copyrighted dispatch iden-j When Weill puffed up the ringl tified the man as Jonn William-j steps for a four-round prelim j son ' who was d e P° rte d from thej fight, you got an idea of the re- j United States to Britain hvo >' ears I gard he holds for McTier. He : a S° after sen-ing a prison term ( hasn't given any prelim kid that ;Ior advocating overthrow of the 6.2 average. Pace has a 3.6 average for -14 carries. The sophomores, Herrnstein and Ptacek, have carried 73 times between them. Herrnstein has a 4.5 average in 53 tries and Ptacek has a 4.1 average in 20 attempts. The Wolverine passing game is just as evenly split up. Although Michigan lacks what Oosterhaan calls a "good, consistent passer," no fewer than 11 players have tried their hand at it in the four games played so far. Brass Shows No Sympathy ForNewcombe BROOKLYN UV-The news that Don Newcombe blames his poor World Series pitching performances on a sore arm brought little sympathy today from the Brooklyn Dodgers' brass. "He says he has a bad arm," observed vice-president Biizzy Bavasi, "and that be also had one during the series. All I know is that April is a long way off and tliis should make him easier to sign." Newcombe .said in Japan Monday that he hurt the arm in the final game of the National League race. In addition lo being battered out in both his World Series starts against the New York Yankees Newcombe has failed to last in two starts during the Brooks' current tour of the orient. "I'm sure it will be all right with a little rest," he said. "I've hurt it before and it's always! cleared up if I've rested it. I sure hope it clears this time." Illinois Woman OnOlympicTeam LOS ANGELES W) — Rebecca Ayars of Urbana, III., Monday won a place on the United State women's 400-meter Olympic relay team. Miss Ayurs, who competes for the Chicago Comets, defeated Rose Caccamise of Batavia, N.Y., in the first heat and then eliminated Chicago's Barbara Jones, a member of the 1952 Olympic team, Miss Ayars was timed in 12 seconds in each heat, nonor in many years. McTier's explosive wallop took the play away from the main event, in which comebacking Frankie Ryff scored a unanimous decision over his Bronx lightweight rival. Frankie Ippolito, in the 10-round television feature. "Solly is big and strong and hej can punch," said Weill. "He's got a lot to learn and so did Rocky. He has a good chance to make it. He beat that Pete Rademacher, who won the Olympic tryouts, in ;he Golden Gloves and he ain'i been fighting long." McTier. 24. said he started boxing Jan. 2, 1955, when he was discharged from the Army. "I had 30 amateur fights, won 29 and 26 by knockouts," he said. "I won the national and interna- U. S. government by force. Williamson is a native Britisher who fought and lost deportation proceedings when he came out of prison. The dispatch said Williamson writes a regular weekly column for the London Daily Worker titled "The American Scene." In recent weeks it has stressed U.S. election issues as seen from the Communist viewpoint. The Herald-Tribune story said the column disappeared from the Communist newspaper during the latter half of August when Williamson was understood to have; visited the Soviet Union and returned with a directive embodying j Soviet observations and instructions. The dispatch said Williamson is to stress to American Communists "Prowler" Ri-porled to he Responding at 9:23 p.m. Monday to a call from Edsall Smith who reported ;i supposed "prowler" hud been in his yard at 110 E. Elm St., police searched the firea and found a 17-.\<;ar-old Milton Heights mana/ino salesman. He had been soliciting for subscriptions in the evening, he related, bill, at the time lie was quizzed by the police he was wailing for hi~ boss from Florissant. Mo., to pick him up. Policvmen proposed lo interview the youth's employer, but. according lo Ihe police report, the pickup rar failed lo slop. Shortly afler i) p.m. police had received a c<im- plainl from the Barcelona home at 12,") Elm thai a salesman had jus! slopped there, hut search of the area at that time failed lo reveal any solicitor. The police department enforces a rule against soliciting afler 5 p.m., it was sMifl ;U the police station today. The policy has been adopted because of complaints by householders about evening calls by canvassers who sometimes cause alarm in their after-dark activities. P:irkrcl Car Diuimged Police listed a collision at S:oO p.m. Monday between a sedan of W. L. Hadley of 4M Prospect St. and a parked station wagon of Li-o E. Churn of Fayette, Mo., a salesman, which was at the curb in the 21500-block of State street. Chorn complained his automobile met damage to ils, left side while he was in the new Thrifty Drug Co. store building. Baptist Women's Study Women of North Alton Baptist Church are invited to a covered dish dinner and study. Thursday at the home of Mrs. William Robertson, 2214 No. Rodgers. Beginning at 9 a.m. the women will take up the study of their foreign missions book, "Japan Advances." Tonight the Intermediate RAs will meet at 6 p.m. The Training Union workers conference will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. prayer meeting, followed by choir practice at 8:T;0. Will Be 02 Wednesday James King will observe his 92nd birthday Wednesday, and will be special guest at a family dinner at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Casey, 1214 W. Ninth St. Born at Jersey Landing, Oct. 24. 3864, he has been in Alton 39 years. Formerly, Mr. King, did grading and hauling with teams, and also farmed. He is still active. Mrs. Casey said, doing chores about the yard. He still reads well and enjoys television, she said. Hospitalized For the second straight year, Mai Mook, 7, has missed fun at Halloween, because of illness. A patient in St. Joseph's Hospital, since Friday, M a 1. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mook, 203S Alby, was first believed to be suffering from an attack of appendicitis, but X-rays and examination showed that that the condition is a possible recurrence of a former stomach ailment. Also undergoing tests at St. Joseph's Hospital is airs. Mabel Mather, of 2348 Virden, who with her husband, L. V. Mather operates the Mather iNursinj? Home. ttetiirn tn Allchlgnn Air. arid Mr?. Elmer Herman and daughters, Janet and Carol, and Miss Carol Hoover, returned Monday to their homes in Muskegon, Mich., after a weekend visit ;it :he home of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cooper, !i!!7 Hiiwley Ave. The Hermans try to come to Alton e;irh fall lo KO on an annual church hayride. In Federal re;il properly in Ihe U. S.. the Army. Navy anti Air Force have the laix'fs' amounts in dullnr invostmnnls, The Department of Justice has the least. chairman of the Southmoor bank; his brother, l/joti, 61, former- ma. jorify stockholder in the bank; and Martin J. Uoscne. 3fi, Leon's son- in-law, a vice president of the institution. In Circuit Court, Hodge's Florida hotel was put on the auction block but there wen* no bidders. CHICAGO .F - Two more in-1 Sale of Hie Esquire Hoi el in Fort ridfnls in the Orville K. Hodge j Lauderdale. which was ordered by stoiy occurred Monday in Chicago)'he stale of Illinois^s part of its courtrooms. In one. three I New Incidents In Hodge Case Monday Wide Screen Tonight — WiMlncMlity FAMILY NIGHTS Adults Ziin. Kiddies 'I for '-.'.To Shown lit 8:':o I'. M. Shown at 7:00, lo:uu i'. tJonal Golden Gloves this year. I to cease all anti - Soviet slander, found I liked boxing and 1 hope to make good." Utah's Escalante River makes such sharp loops and turns in places that it can travel half a mile and yet be only 50 yards from where it started. regard Marxism-Leninism as basic and to retain William Z. Foster* as chairman and Eugene Dennis as secretary of the party. The inhabitants of Israel stem from more than 70 countries of all five continents. The priest's biretta and the graduate's mortar-board both de- Erskine held the Giants to three j rive from the lath century "bar- hits and one walk and lever let a runner past first base. rot cup," according to Encyclopedia Britannicu. YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN Open* at 6:30 SHOW STARTS AT •17:00 William Holden. Deborah Kerr in "The Proud and Profane" LAST TIMES TONIGHT Yvonne DeCarlo in "FORT ALGIERS" PLUS CARTOON WED. AND THURS. - 2 EXCITING HITS NO PARKING PROBLEMS AT ROXANA THEATRE LAST TIME TONITE "SOMEBODY t:P THERE IJKES .ME" 9:07. "SAFARI" 7:30 Wed., Thurs,, Fri, Joseph Gotten — Kliomlu Fleming — "Wendell Corey "THE KILLER IS LOOSE" 9:10 1'oiiy Martin — Peggie Castle "QUINCANNON" FRONTIER SCOUT" Color — 7:40 Selected Shorts ~DftlVE-IN THEATRE Ends Tuesday Frank Sinatra, Johnny Concho and Robert Mitchiim Foreign Intrigue STARTS WED, - 1st RUN SEE — your polke-in-oction hound o stir-crazed killer on the lorn...Too crafty lo die...Too desperate to live... Not o pretty 'story -buto true one! I' " THE TERRIFIC IMPACT OF ITS KIll-TO-STAY-AUVE STORY EXPLODES ACROSS THE MOTION PICTURE SCREEN THE FUST FEATVRE-UNCTD PRODUCTION Of IK FACTUAL STOIT OF PtlBUC EKEMT NO. 4" T» ORSHA! turn ansc Crntri kr WJTC H LOW j — ALSO — i effort to recover some of Hodge's mm pleaded in-« nt nocen. of misapplying S135.554 of 1 ' ' ^ 1! ™ crt to lurfds of the Southmoor Bank and Trust Co. It was through this bankj lhat former Republican stale aucli-i lor Ilodije cashed many of'the! bogus state checks lhat evfnliial- H. Mmner's courtroom. Assistant Illinois AU.y. Gen. Grenville Beardsley said the oceanside hostelry and furnishing! are valued at $660,000. He said bids under $530,000 would not be ly sent him lo prison for rniliez-' ,:ling about l' s million dollars. ^f^I^ Pleading innocent in I.'. S. Dis-', German composer Johann frir-t Court were Hyman L. Mar-1 Bach wrote in all forms of "mod- ens. HO. former president and ! ern music"—except opera. Open 12:45 Daily! TODAY! LAST TIMES! RAND •••• -—• • • • • * • M*«^ m wMMnMM^B*"'"*"*'"" The Jazz Age! Guys and Gals Who Made it Rock and Roll! -^ "..JB^W 20lh Century-fat GORDON MacRAE X DAN DAILEY ERNEST BORGNINE SHEREE NORTH At. 1:00. 3:D5. CYTP/U BUGS BUNNY" 5:10, ,7:'iO, 9.-U5 ^** ' "*** "Napoleon Bunny Part" STARTS WEDNESDAY!^ , BOLD...AND T ii i|f fin 1 1^ i n BRAVE WENDELL COREY • MICKEY RODNEY DON TAYLOR • NICOLE MAUREY PLUS — Kliomla l''lriniiig — Mi cur do Mniittilbait "QUEEN OF BABYLON" Today Last Times 3:40. 6:30, 9:30 PLUS 1 CAMERON i. CARROL NAISH MART CASTll 5:1;). 8:10 COMING Midnite Halloween Show, Friday, 11:30 2 BIG HORROK HITS oOc Till 5, Then Boc, Child 15o WEDNESDAY! HIGH WALL TOM TULLY SYLVIA SIDNEY Plus Carroon-~.KIddl»s Free—Fr«e Playground OPEN 6:30 NOW! ALL CINEMASCOPE START DUO 7:00 CAROUSEL GORDON MacRAE OiltcUd k> HEN8V KING JKFF CHANDLER - DOROTHY AIALOXK "PILLARS OF THE SKY" Cinemascope PLUS At 9:00 VIRGINIA MAYO - PUT.EK LORRE I4£ At 7:80 "CONGO CROSSING" • Technicolor Open 6:30 WED.! 2 BIG HITS r, GIANT SHOW! Ja.vne Mum field "The New Sensation" CROWLEY • u»ii«cf TIERNEY aRRADINi • urn MANSFIELD PLUS With All the Fury of the West! OKLAHOMA WO "^

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