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MONDAY, JULY 11,1900 ALTON TBLSX31UPM PAGE EL&VEN Upper Alton News Events JOAKN TAVLOS tl QtML SCOWS GAMP Otlt mft Wfcfcft Seventeen Girl Scouts have TAVLOS OETS ILLINOIS Mf HOLARftfllP Miss Joanne Tavlos, 1711 Washington Ave.. has been awarded a scholarship to' the University of Illinois. It was announced today. The 17-year-old girl was graduated last month from Alton High School with high honors. She is a member of the National Honor Society. The scholarship is for one year and is renewable. Miss Tavlos plans to major in journalism. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Millas, BOY, 12, BITTKN BY DOO ON RIDGE Edward Podhorn. 12, of 3526 Aberdeen Ave., was bitten on the left leg by a dog Sunday evening in the 2000 block of Ridge street, police reported. The owner of the animal was ordered by officers to keep the animal confined for the prescribed period. The bite broke the skin, police said. PROWLER HEARD ON FELDWI8CII A prowler was active in the 1700 block of Feldwisch avenue returned from a twselt of <5i.tnt>> Ing at Alley Springs State Park In Missouri. Leaders on the trip were: Mrs. Robert Dourson. Mrs. Matthew Gormley, of Alton, and Mrs. Wilbur Stevens and Mrs. Robert OreenshleMs, of Wood River. Swimming, horseback riding and canoeing were highlights of the trip at the park which is in south central Missouri. Girls on the trip were: Kathy Dourson, Jane Gormley, Eva Jean Wagner, Jerl Parrish, Janeen Schafer, Sharon Dondanville, of Alton, and Marilyn fiax* ton, Lin Butterworth, Sandra Nunn, Judy Barnard, Kathy Keck, Judy Uhle, Cindy Catt, Denise Spiller, Marilyn Hill, Linda and Lillian Watson of Roxana. TWO CARS IN AT BROADWAY AJVD CUT Two cars were involved In a collision at E. Broadway and Cut street, Saturday, 10:50 p.m., police reported. Drivers were listed as William G. Hensen, 2344 State St., and Dick Roberts, 1906 Worden Ave. Worthy, Julia Sanders, Roberta Fry and Sharon Mayhew. They returned Saturday. In other news: The Rev. K. P. Mayhew, pastor, will leave Tuesday for Durley Camp Ground and a family group session which will continue through July 24 Illinois Delegates Come Out Strong for Kennedy By CflARLKft WMALfcJf LOS ANGELES (APWThe Illinois Democratic delegation is lining up stronger than expected behind Sen. .tohn F. Kennedy for the presidential nomination, pledg- The minister will be adviser toil"!? him 59^4 of the state's 69 votes. the youth at the camp. He will return to Alton to conduct Sunday morning services. However, there will be no Sunday night sprvices for the next two weeks. A member of the church will conduct Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.. services for the next two weeks, the Rev. Mayhow said. B!!R1HE!mcRS BACK FROM SKKfftCl NRW GRANDSON Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Burmester, 1813 Main St.. have returned from Cincinnati where they saw their new grandson, Jeffrey Scott. The boy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Hudson Jr. He was born Junn 20. The Hudsons have othrr children, Sue, 4, and Steve, 2. Mrs. Burmester went to Cincinnati, June 18, and her husband Joined her later. Mrs. Hudson Is the former Jane Burmpster. MAN'S HAND CtTT IN HOME ACCIDENT Mayor Richard 3. Daley of Chicago, who made an^appeal for Kennedy at the Illinois caucus New* of Grains Market Varies, Trade Mixed Obituaries Journey Over i „. lt M,™ *•„//. William J. Long College Bmwi Col* ett Good CHICAGO <AP) - The Sunday. P™H<*eA a first ballot ; fu(ur<?s mftrket ranged {rom wcak victory for the Massachusetts | f() strong today , n a mtaefl trade Niagara falls . NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (AP)The odds against young Rodger Woodward's surviving his 161-foot tumble down the Horseshoe Falls w«re 100 million to one, a state ! engineer says. Rodger, 7, was swept over the falls Saturday when & motorboat grain; in which ho, his sister, and a EDWARDSV1LLE - William J. Long, 62, of 704 Chapman St., died at 12:55 a.m. Sunday in St, Luke's Hospital, St. Louis, where he had bf-en a patient for the past five weeks. A steel process inspector for General Steel Castings. Granite at the time of hi Church by thc Rev. Alton Lohr of Jerseyville, assisted by the Rev. Leonard Todd of Alton. Burial will be In Fieldon Cemetery. The body is at Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home where friends SPRINGFIELD, HI, (AP) — JGov. William G. StrtttOB Mid the proposed 188 senator. Kennedy's forces had been contemplating about 55 votes before the caucus began and were elated at the pain. Sen. Stuart Symington, whose strength dropped sharply, received only 8V4 votes, and Adlai E. Stevenson received two. One delegate Conrad J. Wirth of Jollet, refused to commit himsel/. Symington's backers, led by former U. S. Sen. Scott Lucas and Illinois House Speaker Paul which included a moderate volume of short covering and liqul' dation in advance of the government's July crop report, tn the early afternoon, some ily friend were riding capsized in! the upper Niagara River. His sis-i | he had served as Edwardsville may call after 7 p.m. today. Mrs. Z. Thomas WHITE HALL — Mrs. Zelda Township Clerk from 1933 tolThomas, 85, died at ,7:25 a.m. (Sunday hi Hilltop Haven Nurs- 1898 in Hamel f"8 contracts had moved major fractions above and below Friday's closes but most changes were small. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 236 cars,.corn 371, oats 21, rye none, barley 36, by two Nnw Jersey tourists. The boat's owner, James Honeycutt. 40, of Niagara Falls, was missing and presumed drowned. The life jacket the boy was wearing saved hi* life, said Roger Williams, executive secretary and chief engineer of thr Niagara - Mrs - Thomas McMichael Frontier State Parks Commission. Rodger landed in a 180-foot well Township, a son of the lute Michael and Emma Kaspar Long, he was married in 1923 to Alma Hess, who died in 1951. He later married Mrs. Clara Talleur. who survives. Three daughters and a son survive; James Long, and Ed-' soybeans 29. | at the base of the falls. Authori- (AP) - Wheat No. 1 - . *•!!*: L* e ' r u*!± red LMK. Corn No. 2 yellow 1.23. pointment over the poor showing of their candidate. They had been predicting Symington would get a dozen votes or more from Illinois. No oats or soybean sales. Soybean oil 9.00n. Barley: malting choice Hensen was halted at a traf-j Joseph Lombardo. 3628 West- Arvey Switches j National Committeeman Jacob; ,M. Arvey of Chicago, who hadi ' been counted as a Symington sup- iporter, not only cast his lot with; 25, feed 85-102. 1,15- ties that unlike the foot of thp American Falls, the base of tlin Horseshoe Falls is free of fallen rock. There is no record of anyone surviving a plunge over Mrs. John Steiner. al! of wardsvtlte, nnd Mrs. Robert Lenz of Las Cruces. N.M. A stepdaughter, Mrs. Darwin Meier of Troy, also survives. patient since August of 1959. Born July 25, 1875 in Benton County, Ark., she spent her early life there and was married dollar bond issue fof college building in flJJnois is ft tangible investment ft* itl the people of Illinois." Stratton made the tetnatt at a meeting of the state government committee of the Taxpayer* Federation of IBtaoli. "There are literally hundreds of thousands who will require the buildings we propose to construct," the governor said. "The great increases in populatk* tor our colleges and universities are there in 1894 to J. W. Martin, already in the lower grades of Her first husband died and inj school in our state." ~ The bonding proposal, endorsed by thr 1959 legislature, will be subject to referendum approval daughters, Mrs. Thelma Lane j this fall. and Mrs. Katherine Rex, Ltitlej Under its terms, the money 1911 she was married to Claude Thomas, who survives. Also surviving are three Rock. Ark., and Miss Louise Thomas, Carrollton, and a sister, Mrs. Nine McCarroll of Also surviving are two brolh-jpf' smith fafc ers and two sisters: John andj Mfg Tnomas ' wag a member Charles Long^ of Edwardsville; lof Carrollton Presbyterian I Mrs. Teresa Wehling of La Cres- fic light In the east bound lane of Broadway waiting to make ft right turn into Cut when the ern Ave., suffered a cut of the hand Saturday that required six stitches to close. car was struck from the rear,! Lombardo was cut with a put- police reported. Another mishap occurred at College and Washington ave- jty knife as he was painting his house, a member of the family said. He was taken to Alton nues Saturday morning, police I Memorial Hospital. Kennedy but made a strong speech ; rjec Wheat Jiy Sep High Low the American Falls. Prev.j Rtx te er was in a 0011 '-onditionicenta. Ca).: and Mrs. Harold Close C108e| Sunday nighl af Gre a ler Niagara j Northrup of Washington, D.C. 1.82 1.82 1.85 in his behalf. iMar Arvey said Kennedy's nomina-; M r»« ifniilri Ka "o r*Viat)AnfV0 fr» i tion would be "a challenge to bigotry and narrow minded prejudice." Corn Jiy Sep Daley said Kennedy represents i ^ ec "a need for new, youthful leader-' 'ship and ideas." The putty knife was in hisj Powel , ^ Lucas dogged i y their fight for n i y ;P reported. One of the drivers, William j pocket, the family member said. jf U sed to Kimball, 1901 Alby St., told of- j and when he moved his hand Symington" fleers he halted his car at the (back to grasp a ladder he slidj '"\v e 'U stick with Symington unstop sign in the east bound lane;across the edge of the knife in- ti] nc gets knocked'down, of College and the automobile iflicting the cut. Lucas, was struck by another machine, i In one other cane: Powell said when word got Bluford Ervin, 527 Brookside tha{ former p..^^ H^ - 1.82?s 1.82 1.85'i 1.85 1.91tt 1.91 1.96% 1.95% 1.95?i l.Krs 1.95% 1.95 1.95 1.95 1.18% 1.18% 1.18% 1.18% 1.17% 1.174 1.17^ 1.17% 1.13% 1.12% 1.12*i 1.13% 1.17% 1.16% 1.16*4 1.17% 1.15% 1.18% 1.18% 1.19% | General Hospital in Niagara Falls, |0nt. Doctors said h» didnl }UK much as an aspirin. i 12 Selected Stocks There are 12 grandchildren. | He was a member of St. Boni- jlace Church, the Holy Name So- jciety, the Edwardsville Knights j ol Columbus and the Fourth De- Assembly. The name of the other operator! w«s not listed. Ave.. chief of the Milton Volun- May Rye man wgs no , com| to .70 .734 .75 .73% l 1.17% .704 .60% .72% .74% .73% .69% .734 .74% .73% .704 .69% Following are today's 1:30 i A Requiem High Mass will be p.m. quotations on 12 New Yorkl s "'* . at ., 9 a - m -Wednesday from Stock Exchange issues research has indicated arc widely held in the Alton area as supplied to St. Boniface Church by the Rev. George E. Faller. pastor. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at Church. would be provided for construction at the six state-supported institutions of higher learning. The bonds would be retired from a universities building bond retirement and interest fund which would be supported from money out of the The body is at Mehl Funeral j state's general revenue fund. Home. Funeral rites will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Mehl Funeral Home by the Rev. Per-j TOWN HALL TOWERS "SOLD" AT AUCTION The name of a welMcnown cy Clark. Burial will be in Car->»P will be prominently dis- rollton City Cemetery. KENYA MEMORIAL WOULD ! played on top of the towers of ! tlie town halls in Copenhager | and Frederiksberg, Denmark, HONOR VASCO DA OAMA ias thc ,. esu i t of an auc tj O n held The people of Malindi. a ses-i renent | y . The right to use tlie side resort in Kenya, are plan-lowers for one day was bought ning a memorial to commemorate their links with the Portu- the Alton Evening Telegraph by t]lp str.-iube Funeral Home after >gu ese navigator. Vasco da Ga- Newhard. Cook* Co. frornilts!, n . m . Tuesd ay and the Rosary " ' Altnn Vn»fln/-.Vl f,fflr*n CTlln Van,. .... . vw^*** j Alton branch office. (The New York Exchange closes daily at day. will be recited at 8 p.m. Tues• 727 » L-:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these .741/3 .73M- 1.16% 1.18 BROWN TO ATTEND RESTAURANT SEMINAR Mrs. Hattie Brown, wife iteer Fire Department, is in St. Joseph's Hospital with an ab- idominal ailment. delegates. j He entered Friday but it h; Onc ^ in • known when he will be dis- 1.20 1.1K4 1.18% 1.20H are not the closing quotations i: < _ AT&T 90'i; Gen. Motors 44%;; |nlin H<l(r*»n |Granite City Steel 36^; Olinj » v "« "ttgCIl 'Math. Chem. 42%; Owens-Hi.< early todav and there was evi- Robert W. Brown who owns ™* «wwn wnen ne win «* u,-,- early toda> ana mere was evi , charged. His condition has im- dence that he may have been attempting to break into a home, police reported. Mrs. Pauline Freshour. 1721 Feldwisch. told officers that she heard the prowler near her back door. She found two holes had and operates Deluxe Cafe at 2519 College Ave. .will attend \ P roved but he stl11 ma y havc l ";nedy. a two-day seminar for restau- 1 under e° surgery, a member of switch o{ former Gov JQ . Ste ,, e from SymingtOD to May Soybeans 2.13% 2.12% 2.12Vs 2.13% GROUP RULES AGAINST rant owners Tuesday and Wednesday at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. Mickey Houston of Chicago, the said. Stick With Adlai May Ask been made in the screen, she)will give the principal address • jj & . . n ld I to restaurant owners who meet \J» o» IO said. Police checked the area but could find no suspicious persons. for a short course conducted by the Division of Technical and: JYfl i'<// BflSB iSep :NOV The two delegates who stuck j^ with Stevenson, as they had been 1 saying thej would, were Harold Pogue of Decatur and Charles H. ( Yetl'S of Stocks Kelly of Monticello. Besides Lucas and Powell, the delegates who voted for Symington were Harold A. Thompson of Fulton, B. Jay Knight of Rockford. Howard S. Beeriey of Peoria, 2.12% 2.11% 2.12% 2.11% 2.10Ts 2.10% 2,10% 2.10% UNIFORMED POLICEWOMEN A special commission examin- Sinclair! JERSEYVILLE — John Hagen. a retired farmer of near Fieldon. died Sunday at 2 a.m. in Alton Memorial Hospital. He —— >vas 69. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. ma. He stopped at Malindi in 1498 after rounding the Cape of iGood Hope on his voyage to | find a sea route to India. The i Sultan of Malindi supplied the I explorer with food and a pilot i who guided him to Calicut on the coast of Madras. by the Sunlight Co. for $4,300 at an auction to benefit the World Refugee Year fund. The unusual affair raised about $13.000. Adult Education. BIBLE STUDY TO Houston, 38, head of his own Bv ROBERT BERRELLEZ „ . A „ u „,-..., 1al RESUME AT CURDIE (produce-poultry and game firm, HAVANA (AP) — The Castro Hugh A ' Cam P bel1 of Springfield The Bible study that hadlwill speak at 6 p.m. dinner government implied Sunday it; 8 ™ 3 V ' Y> Dallman of Springfield. been interrupted at Curdle I Tuesday. *" """ *"" ""*" J "'—*"" * 2.14% 2.144 2.14% 2.14 ' ing tne Swedisn police organiza- 217% 2174 21?4 2174' tion has ^^ tnat uniformed Market Settles, Trade Slackens NEW YORK (AP)—The stock John G. Hagen, he was born April 10, 1891, in Jersey County. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Louise Hagen: a daughter, women are not Htiitabie for IK,- Mrs> Lavern K anallakan, Fie!Jice duly on regular beats. j don . two bro thers, Henry and Stockhalm reports. Uniformed Lou is. Fieldon: three sisters, : women have been patrolling; Mrs G Krause Shlpman; i beats with policemen for some Mrs E Veh]e JerseyvI1Jei and ;time. The commission recom- Mrs Hugo Draine r, Fieldon, ; mends that the women be trans-; and one granddaughter . ,ferred to plainclothes duty in, Ml , Hagen was a member o ,; jsuch areas of social work as| Evangel , ca] . & Reformed; looking after elderly people. | church and belonged to Jersey . i CUT FLOWERS Floral Arranjtnunts Member , Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association LEO WILLIS, <IK. Allon Floral Phone HO 2-4111 Evenings HO 8-3HI7 ...... . . imay' demand that the United ^" are *"" vote delegates exce P t! market settled hregularly lower Heights Baptist Church for the The course is held in cooper-1 States abandon its Guantanamo' Dallman> who as a dele 8 ate «*! children and prostitutes. Bible school was resumed to- jetty ; ville lodge of the Moose. project Funeral rites will be conduct- ation with the Illinois State i N av al Base in eastern Cuba. day, j Restaurant Association and the President Osvaldo Dorticos told: A session was held this morn-1 St. Louis Restaurant Associa-, a labor demonstration attended by i ing and another will be held to-i tion, 1100,000 that Cuban territory large has a half vote. Stevenson, also a delegate at lid not attend the Illinois but a group of about 70 mated at 2.900.000 trading; will get under way in Scotland's Jed Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Fiel- slackened. Dumbartonshire area. 'don Evangelical & Reformed Volume for the day was esti- shares corn- RCV. ELLSWORTH IN* QUINCY The Rev. J. W. Ellsworth, pastor of the Edwards Street Assembly of God, was guest minister Sunday at the Assem- night, 7 o'clock. The Rev. Lc~ lard Simmons is the teacher. Tonight the group will study Chapters 3 and 4 of the Book "Pentecost to Patmos." Members of the church will attend the Alton Industrial Association board meeting tonight at the Whitelaw Avenue Baptist Church of Wood River. In other news: Junior boys will play softball at the Henry street diamond, Tuesday. 6 p.m. The senior team will play at Henry stree'.l Thursday evening. (ST. MARK'S YOUTH Teachers and officers will| SKT SWJM PARTY , not for rent or sale to foreign-i supporters staged a demonstra-; owed with 3,010,000 on Friday. ers. He said the annual rental i" 0 " in lront of the Hayward" Losses of fractions to a point or i Hotel, chanting "we want Adlai" j^ arn0 ng pivotal issues outnum-; as the delegates opened their jbe re d gainers. ! check paid last month by the United States for the base would be sent back to Washington. , _. .... Under a treaty signed in 1934, stev *nsons place in the caucus the United States has a perpetual )^f taken by •J ames O'Keefe of, Chicago, an alternate delegate. bly of God in Quincy. He was lease on the 45-square-mile base . . scheduled to return to Alton i at a rent of 2,000 gold dollars—the w ™ vot ™ *° r Kennedy. today. i equivalent of $3,386.25—a year. In charge of the Edwards' The bespectacled, beardless street service Sunday was the I President, growing dairy in sta- Rev. Lloyd Shoemaker of Pe-jture in Cuba's revolutionary hierarchy, delivered the main address • at the rally after pneumonia kept! Motors, rubbers, rails, oils, j chemicals, and utilities weighted 1 the average to the downside. j Some of the aircraft-missile-: Gov. David Lawrence of Penn-• electronics stocks and selected is-, •sylvania made a surprise appear-! sues among volatl!e oria. ance while the Illinois meeting was in progress but said Hs visit had no particular significance. havc been popular bucked the| downtrend and posted fair gains. Coppers were ahead on higher j Minister Fidel Castro in 0 Daley was selected as chairman vv » rld Prices tor «* red metal. **,,** . both and buildine ma g J meet Wednesday. 6:30 p.m. bed. Prayer meeting will be held at| 7:15. The monthly business meeting will start at 8 o'clock. Visitation and home evangel- . . ism will be held Thursday, 71 *™™ high members. i In other news: p.m ^ But illness did not keep , Arvey and Mrs. Elizabeth Conkey i to the national i SHOOT FIRST, QUESTION djs _! off-stage entirely. Looking fever- trict swim party tonight"at the| ish - *« 33-year-old Prime Minis- Roxana pool. The party is for ''• ter P ut an arm y fleld J acltet ove r LATER IN MALAY CURFEW ; his pajamas and made a 45-min-j Some 20,000 residents of Pahang; us government bonds firmed, ute television speech from his: State in the Malayan Federation i Corporate bonds were irregular. The market svas mixed at the; start when it showed a tendency! toward the upside. This faded 1 gradually and the list settled unevenly lower. VACATION NOTICE DUKE BAKERY is closed for vacations Will Reopen for Business FRIDAY, JULY 22 OWN YOUR SHARE OF AMERICAN BUSINESS Why live on on* income when you might have two? Every day more people are acquiring a second income from investments. t Serving Alton Investors tor 28 Years NBWHARD, COOK ££ Co. Mw«tm N*W •• fUM MB««Ml Bank BMf .— AIM EUGENE B. SHULT* JOHN E. OUR OFFICE 1« OPEN SATURDAY MORNINGS Hair fashion — iull feminine softness with this year's "Beloved Look" MISS HALLIE HEBERLING Portrait by Gravem«nn MONTICELLO PLAZA Old HO 6-3114 f«r your appointment Otlmr Luoftttoum 41tou AltoU! WUvbire Mall, Gut Next week the Rev. Fred Beck, pastor, and about six young people will attend a weeklong session at the Methodist camp on Little Grassy Lake near Carbondale. The vacation Bible school of St. Mark's will be in session thej announced. j bedroom. | Speaking in a hoarse voice, the revolutionary leader again attacked the United States as an aggressor nation and hailed the Soviet Union as the champion of jhavo been warned they may be shot on sight if they violate a curfew imposed there recently, Kuala Lumpur reports. The 24-hour curfew was declared as security forces began a drive against Comi underdeveloped countries. Ununists in the jungles. There was growing speculation FRKK METHODIST YOUTHS RETURN FROM CAMP Six young people of the Free Methodist Church have returned from'a weeklong meeting of the Central Illinois Free Methodist Youth at Durley Camp Ground, Greenville. Tlie program included guest speakers, study sessions and recreation. Attending were Phyllis and Dan-ell Groves, James HAMMOND ORGANS tSata •Rtittal • Let ton* HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIO! OF ALTON 05* E. Bdwy. Dial HO 2-8613 a formal accusation of aggression j against tiV United States before! (either the Organization of thej American states or the United Na- lons. Foreign Minister Raul Roa mar' a sudden trip to the United States over the weekend for consultations with Cuban diplomats at the U.N. Observers speculated that the Cuban leaders might be planning to' throw the first blow in an attempt to get the jump on an expected U.S. move to chastise the Castro government in the OAS. 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