Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 12, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 12, 1960
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TUESDAY, JULY 12, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN g-^ River Ripples and Outdoors with Harold Rrnnd Boat Bank Irie Importance of wearing life Jackets instead of keeping them under the bow of the boat was emphasized on a recent occasion for Art Yaeger, his wife, Mildred, and children, Jimmy 12, and Kan- c.v, 7, MM Belle St. The family was riding in their 14-ft boat on Alton Lake near Chautauqua when the outboard motor lost its propeller. The Jerry boat began drifting ami Trattler of Wood River, the opportunities for sport fishing In Illinois and assist him in locating areas open to the public. A list of all state-owned lakes is included along with a 'omplete county directory of streams and lakes where sport fishing is available. It gives the size of the lakes and lengths of streams, the maximum depth of each, shoreline lengths of lakes, nearest towns, facilities available and species of fish present. In addition, the guide also has 20 authentic illustrations to help the angler identify his catch. nearby In his boat, came alongside to offer a tow. But the rope broke and the boat drifted' again. This time the boat drifted ino the anchor line of a cruiser which was anchored. The Yaeger boat was tipped enough so that water began pouring in over the stern. "We were all wearing life jackets and its a good thing that we were," Mrs. Yaeger said. "We woulln't have had time to put them on much less drag them from under the boy. I handed Nancy to persons aboard the cruiser and they helped me aboard. But my son and husband jumped into the water from the sinking boat i DET ROIT (AP) —The tradition- to avoid becoming fouled in it. , , ... . _. , ..,...<-. n « I packed Western Open has Life Jacket Came Off ' p "My boy's life jacket came off I ^""'"K , this wppk and a dramatic off him as he was just wearing it finish is almost a certainty, unfastened on his shoulders," she ; Most of the nation's leading continued. "He is an excellent,golfers will be shooting for the swimmer but he didn't have a i $5.000 top prize that Mike Souchak chance in the swift current and; captured last year at Pittsburgh drifted downstream with his fath- j n the $25,000 event. er staying with him. Trattler The big slugger came from five caught up with my son and hus- strokes back with a 65 that nipped band and took them aboard. Our Arnold Palmer by a single stroke, boat just disappeared complete-; The year before, Doug Sanders ly." ^ i collected five birdies on the last Normalfy a boat is supposed to;hole at Detroit's Red Run Club College Avenue Wins College Avenue rolled over Sanford Avenue 19-6 in a Senior Church League Softball game played at the Henry St. Diamond Monday night. Western Open Opens Thursday Wichita Golfer Jumps to Front WICHITA. Kan. (AP) — Dean Smith of Wichita clipped two strokes off par, equalled fhe course record and grabbed a one- stroke lead in the opening medal round of the Trans-Mississippi Men's Golf Tournament Monday. The 23-year-old law student at Boston University stacked a 3434—68 against the 35-35—70 par for the 6.640-yard Wichita Country Club course. Deane Bflman of Bethesda, Md., winner of the British Amateur in 1959, was a stroke beind at 69. Bob Cochran of St. Ixjvic, runner- up to Ireland's Joe Carr, the 1960 British Amateur champ, was bracketed at 70 with John Garrett of Houston. Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Spokane 4, All-Stars 3 International League Buffalo 2-2, Toronto 0-3 Montreal 4, Rochester 3 Richmond 6, Columbus 0 Havana 3, Miami 0 American Amn, Louisville 2, Indianapolis 1 St. Paul 4, Houston 3 Dallas-Fort Worth 5, Charleston 4 Only games Final Olympic Trials Scheduled for Women ABILENE, Tex. (AP) — One hundred and thirty-one U.S. athletes, including twelve that competed in previous Olympic Games, will contest for the 28 places in the women's final Olympic trials here Friday and Saturday nights. Olga Connolly, the 1956 games discus champion competing for Czechoslovakia but now a U. S. citizen: Earlene Brown, who was District Governor to Visit Jeneyville Rotary Club JERSEYVILLE — H a r r y ! ounces. He is a grandson of Mr Krause, new president of the .Ter- and Mrs. L. ,T. Waters and Mr.' seyville Rotary Huh. announced j ami Mrs. H'red Srhultz of Jei- Plan Bible School Program At Woodburn at the Monday afternoon meeting!seyville. that the new district governor.! Kitrlc Klingman. of Canton, will Return From Visit JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and WOOTWRN daily vacation - Toachers Rihle school Jones and Mrs. Edgar Fielbach will be hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Swift of Venice visited Saturday with Mrs. Leonora Elliott. Lt. and Mrs. Charles Walter i recently of Sacramento, Calif., iwho are en route to Denver, I Colo. Air Force Base, left Sat- ofjurriay to visit Mrs. Walter's of float so that anyone can hand on land shaded Dow Finsterwald. 'fourth in the discus and sixth in to it in case it sinks. But the Yae-i Souchak and nearly 100 other l me ghotput, and sprint sensation ger boat and motor when out ot pros were exempt from today's j vvjjma Rudolph head the field. sight and several attempts have; qualify ing round. There were 130! been made to drag for it without' golfers competing in the 18-hole success including Sunday morn-:qualifying round for 60 places in Goi'dlC Howe olgns ing. Mrs. Yaeger advises all boat-' the tournament which begins ers especially non-swimmers, to! Thursday with the field due for a I With Red WingS Again their Hfe jackets as ™^Jtf£££;£»Si\ DETROIT (AP, -^ordie Howe, Jersey Community Hospital. The down to 50 and ties for the final !« ve times the Nat.onal Hockey baby weighed 7 pounds MK League's most valuable player, j Wrjodburn Congregational Church met Monday afternoon Rotary Club of this city. The ^erVthey were weekend 'guests i to ple an thp basement of the various chairmen of the local j 0 f their son and daughter-in-ifhurrh and to assemble and ar- be In Jerseyvitle Monday July!Mrs. Henry Hildred returned 1» to pay his annual visit to the j Monday from Des Moines, Iowa parents at Moultrie. Ga. Thev have spent the past eight days club are requested to have their reports ready for inspection by the district official. Five members ville Club have of the Jersey- birthday anniversaries during July and the usual recognition was given them by other members of the club. Rotarians whose birth anniversaries fall in Jerseyville are Scott Courier, Sheriff Howard Perdun, John Short, John Surgeon and the Rev. M. Edwards Breed, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Jerseyville. Recognition was accorded the special committee of which Richard Bugser was chairman for its work in preparing the Rotary Club float for participation in the annual Jersey County Fair Parade of July 7. Announcement was made by John Short of the coming rodeo benefiti for the Marquette Boys Home the last Saturday and Sunday in August. Net proceeds of the rodeo are to go into the trea- surp for the Illinois Boys Town. Prizes for participants in the rodeo will run about 511,000. At Leadership Convention JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Eugene Braden, president of the Jerseyville Business and Professional Women's Club, Mrs. Paul Strebel and Misses Celia Sinclair, Irene Connolly and Edith Gamerdinger, members, attended the leadership conference qf the B&PW Clubs held Sunday at the Abraham Lincoln Hotel in Springfield. j law, Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Hildred and family. Leave* tot Germany JERSEYVILLE —The Rev. Paul P. Heinen, pastor of the Church of the Holy Ghost, left by plane Sunday for New York range the work done by the children. Daily vacation Bible school was interrupted after a session of a week and two days. June 20 through June 28, by the storms of June 28 and 29. Much from which port he left Mon-| of tnp nan ^ work was damaged visiting his Mrs. Kdwin parents, Mr. and Walter and other relatives here. George Rose is a medical pn- tient at Carllnville Area Hospital. Mrs. Leonora Elliott and Miss Lillian Elliott visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dirickson of Caseyville. Mr. and Mrs. James Penning ton of Plainfield, Ind. visited members of his family, most of whom he has not seen for six years. In Bonn, Germany, Father Heinen will be a guest at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bachem, who have visited In Jerseyville, and his sister, Elizabeth Heinen. He will also visit his brothers, Professor Werner Heinen of the day by plane for Europe to visit jjv water. ^Children will assern-j over tne wee kend with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pennington and with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Teakert o Bunker Hill. } The Philathea Class of Wood burn Congregational Sunday School met at the church Thurs day afternoon with 10 present University of ment. Heinen, Cologne, Dr. Cle- music director in a Honnef, and Eugene Heinen, curator at Altenberg. During his absence a Francis can priest will be in charge of services at the Holy Ghost Church the first two weeks, and during August the Sunday Masses will! be celebrated by Father J. O'-! Reilley of St.' Louis University. 1 Move to New Residence j JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sauei-wein have purchased a home on Fairgrounds avenue and Mr. and Mrs. David Isringhausen who have been residing in an apartment in Jerseyville, have moved to the resi- ble Thursday, July 14, at 1:30 p.m. to practice for the concluding program to be presented before and after the Sunday school lesson Sunday, July 17. Wondlrarn Notes WOODBURN — Mrs. Edgar Elliott has returned home from Carllnville Area Hospital after being a surgical patient for several weeks. The Women's Fellowship of Woodburn Congregational Church will meet at the church Thursday, July 14. Mrs. Ben OPENS 7:M — START DUSK IT-WOODS?? LAST 2 DAYS EVERLOVIN' L1FEIME! THE LAFF TIME OF YOUR weins. wear Undergoes Eye Surgery JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Jerome Hildred of Jerseyville underwent ey« surgery in Alton today. Announce Birth of Son .JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cope of Jerseyville are announcing the birth of j a son at 7 a.m. July 11 at the ly and quickly. Two Shows in a Day The Alton Water Ski Club recently performed (wo shows in one day in the morning at Elfingham and in the afternoon at Greenville. Members camped out the night before so that they would be near the site of the first show. The occasion was the dedication of Lake Sara which has waters HO clear a person can see four or five feet deep, a spokesman said, Squirrel Season The squirrel season has been shortened three days in the north- j era zone of Illinois to reduce the i possibilities of hunting accidents j during the shotgun deer season! Oct. 28, 29 and 30. The northern! zone squirrel season is from Sept i 1, to Oct. 27 inclusive. The south-! ern zone season is from Aug. 1,' through Oct. 15. Limits are five | squirrels per day with a posses-i sion limit of 10 except on the first! day of the season when the pos-1 session limit is five. White squir rels are protected in Illinois. Finning Guide Free A new edition of the state of 111 inois Official Fishing Guide is; now available upon request from i the Education Division, Depart- j ment of Conservation, Room 113, i State Office Building, Springfield. | The purpose of the guide is to help the angler realize more fully! 18 holes Sunday. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK 1 ' SPORTSMAN'S' M-W«rVC4U»«»rf. GREASED LINE FLY FISHING IN A LAKE Ira MORE CONVENIENT ID THCW FROM AN ANCHORED BOAT* BUT YOU MAV ALSO FISH FROM SHORE. THIS IS UKE 8TIU.-FI6H- INQ. THH UNE, AMP ALL. BUT JZ» Of LEADER'S END SHOULD BB WELL GREASED SO IT FLOATS. DON'T SET ANV GREASE OH THAT 12', on FLV (USE A NYMPH); you WANT IT TO SINK. BASS AND TROUT CflUISB ALON8 SHORELINES NEAR «V»- NIN9. CAST BETWEEN THEIR DIMPLED RISES, THEN WAIT. WHEN A FISH TAKES NVMPH,THE LEADER MOVES. THEN STRIKE 8OPTUC today signed a contract for his 15th season with the Detroit Red Wings. The 32-year-old right winger, the NHL's all-time leading point- maker, was the first Red Wing to come to terms for the 1960-61 campaign. Howe's salary was not disclosed. Howe is aiming to become the first NHL player to reach the 1,000-point mark during the 1960-61 season. He needs only 23 more points, about two normal months of work for him. Palmer Still Far Ahead in Money Race DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) — Golfs top moneyman of 1960, Arnold Palmer of Ligonier. Pa., still is more than $30,000 ahead of second- place Dow Finsterwald. Finsterwald, of Tequesta, Fla., upped his earnings last week by $600 to bring his total to $36,100 for this season. Palmer's earnings for the year stand at a whopping $66,600. In third place with $31,700. is Ken Venturi ATTENTION SKIPPERS NOW HEAR THIS! 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It* Carl Price Iniuronce Agency ...i , u ** ..a.*. 8M8 Brown Btwrt Alton, Illinois, HO I4U8 Alton, Illinois, HO 8-8M1 Broadway Queen Insurance Agency Oermanto Saving* Building Alton, illuioto HO 84840 Wilton Iniuronee Agency till Wanntngtou Ave. HO «•*»»» Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New Orleans — Henry Hank, 159VZ, Detroit, outpointed Hank Casey, 160%, Los Angeles, 10. Boston — Pat McCarthy Jr., 135, Boston, and Larry Boardman, 138, Tampa, Fla., drew,-10. » Little League Ellen berger Hawks 15, Reds 3. Falcons 9, Redbirds 5. Krebs Falcons 10, Cardinals 1. Godfrey Giants 16, Hellrung 4. Kennntt Hellrung 14, Yankees 2. Cottage Hills Cubs Plan Handiwork Stand COTTAGE HILLS — New cub- master Larry Hargraves presided at a meeting of Den Mothers and committee members recently in the annex of the VFW. Plans were completed for the handiwork stand the cub scout pack sponsored recently at the VFW homecoming. The boys sold ash trays, pot holders, hatchets, picture frames and other items of handiwork, during the homecoming celebration. BfiWLLNG BOWL HAVEN 3 Man Scratch High Games: Stalker 235, 221 (809); Netzhammer 233 (802); Steiger 232, 203, 228, 212 (875); Taylor 209; Scroggins 223, 237; Grillion 209; Berry 201; Martin 215; Bedwill 211, 206; Baptist 2C1, 217, 209; Beattie 212; W. Smith 211, 205; Edgars 235, 200; Althoff 236; Manns 202; Jefferson 200, 209; Trost 230; Oldham 2C1; Wm. Smith 200, 231. Monday Mixed High Games: Dee Steiger 160; L. Grove 202; M. Voorhees 171, H. Voorhees 201; M. Mandorca 169, 168; W. Brown 224; M. Moore 167; Moss 214; J. Bennett 196; A. Lambie 238, 201; C, Frenz 172. Air-Condltiened Open Daily 6:30, Start 7 p.m. Adults 50c Kiddies 25c FAMILY NIGHTS Tonight. Wed.. Thurs. All Seats 25c. Matinee Every Wednesday. Let the Uptown be Your Baby Sitter for a few hours. TUES. - WED, - THURS. 1 mi m \HI\I, i \ i inn TODAY MATINEES & WED. DAILY—12:45 TMl UNUCKNATIQNII. FOUNDATION pr*i«M« UhOC* THE AUSPICES Of HIS M *« STY KlNa UEOftKB tN rtc CONGO JuNGiF Cinm M * COLOR by DC LUXE COLOR CINEMASCOPE TONY RANDAL ML/VIA HITTER At 1:00 8:55 6:45 9:40 PLUS: TWELVE .HOURS TO t* NICO MINARDOS BARBARA EDEN At 2:30 5:30 8:20 From the tension-packed pages of the Saturday Evening Post. Mon/urnm Shown Tues. & Thurs. at 7:23 Wed. at 1:00 4:33 7:53 — Plus — DONALD O'CONNOR — In — OPEN TONITE 6:00 STARTS 6:30 IOI1L Flltt HELD OVER! 2nd SMASH THE FEARLESS STORY OF A GIRL WHO SAYS: SHOWN TWICE — 6:30. >:25 Shown Tues. & Thurs. at 9:03 Wed. at 2:40 6:03 9:27 Sth Chapter of "Zorro's Fighting Legion" A $7 million cable to New York will tie Bermuda into the $275 million round-the world British Commonwealth Coaxial Cable System. Michigan State fencing coach Charles Schmitter holds an Italian fencing master's diploma. SPORTSMAN'S PI6ESF' ADJUSTING VOUR REEL'S DRAG HAMBURGERS A FULL. 8POOC TURNS CASIUX A NIAff iMPTV •POOL* WITH •LB»» DIAMBTWV, OFFERS MOM M6I8TANCS. Ke0» NULft PRAft SIT WILL •iU3W BRIAKIN6 POINT OP A PRAAILV UN* OR UU0W. MAM IN MIND A *POOl/S MSISTANOB IN TURNIMa-AND IT TURNS «AS- UU* WHIN PUULJO THAN IT DOM WITH UWS UNI. APP*» TO TM* UT MUa, TH* SPOOL* RESISTANCE MHgN A PISH RUNS: MAV 9R1AK A PRABJIkB UN*. To RIPUCI INCRSAtSP MUA WHIN A PISH MAKM A RUN* STRIP OP* UN* W HAND rr SUOWS DOWN. WHIN FOH TURN** RMAIN UNI. BEL*AIR OPEN 7:«0 — START DUSK —— LAST NITE ^-^~ Frank Sinatra G. Lollobrlgida "NEVER SO FEW" color Glenn Ford Debbie Reynolds STARTS TOMORROW 2 BIG HITS! Explosive War-Time Feature! JAMES STEWART SONY* WIDE JAMES FRANCISCOS ISABRIE COOLEY ION BALLANTYNE PLUS: JAMES WHITMORE IN CAMERON MITCHELL FACE OF FIRE" Weird Shocker! SHOWN AT 8:00 TONITE! LAST TIME OPEN 6:30 OODRIVER * ( (Hit (ttl I \tlt \ WiakeMeWhen HNIE KOVACS MARCO MOOSE STARTS WEDNESDAY-4 BIG DAYS TH6 m Hans; Christian t Andersen's I tASTIMH COLOR PLUS: ^•^k * " c SNOW Sisters Struck by Mysterious Malady CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP)- Jerrmdette Frantantonlo, 3, « sleeping beaury struck down last all by a mysterious malady, now has been joined l>y her 5-year-old Hostesses were Mrs. Eddie Cordum and Mrs. Fred Everman Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Nevins of Kampsville and James Ham- Iton of Litchfield visited Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe ikes, Mrs. Ronnie Ray and son. 3rent. and Donald Ray and son, <enneth, of Bunker Hill were visitors during the weekend at :he John L. Ray home. ) Ins Mine her. VenSta Frantentonto lies asleep In an strjoinJng crib at Mount Sinai Hospital. Bernadette awnkes briefly, then falls back to sleep. Physicians, who are conducting tests, do not know yet whether the cases are related. Both girls are children of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent N. Frantantonio of Geveland Heights. They have two young sons. The mother is expecting her fifth child any day. three I League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday ReraHft Fox Cities 1-3, Lincoln 0-12 Burlington 6, Sioux City 5 Topeka 10, Green Bay 3 Des Molnes 12, Cedar Rapids 0 The Place to Go When You Want (he Very fiesfj We're Bade from Vacation/ WE WILL BE OPEN THURSDAY JULY 14 AT 5 P.M. AfUU-UMM ftltUII CUICW At 1:00 9:86 RANDOLPH SCOTT COMANCHE STATION NANCY SATE* At 8:20 STARLIGHT Etoun ua couiof AVI. • AITON, HUNCH= Your favorite Family Drive • In Box Office Opens at 7:00 INDS TONIGHT —2 IIG HITS VICTOR MATURE As I BUSTER CRABBE In "HANNIBAL" I "Ounfl|Mtrt tf Ablltnt" Starts WEDNESDAY for DBS Week! ORAND — STARTS THURSDAY! HnRO-QOL01YN-UA¥ER>. HM . SAMUEL GOLOWYN, of to •» *•*» tf Hiak-ntebfr tUBCOMIOttiC tOUNO WED. MATINEE ONLY STARTS 1:30 ALL SEATS 25c "KIDDIES SUMMER FUN PARTY" LOTS OF FUN FOR ALL CARTOONS PLUS; GALORE 2Hr,.ofF«»« "3 STOOGE <,;/ COMEDY" & "Thi Llttli Riioili" Bring Hit whole family out to Hie Annual Festival OUR LADY QUEEN OF PEACE CHURCH Bethalto. Illinois JULY 15-16-17 All you can eat $100 Serving starts 5 p.m. CHICKEN & HAM PLATES. Serving $125 CHICKEN & HAM DINNERS. Serving * I 50 Free Wrestling all 8 evenings—TV Artiste. Plenty of Refreshments- Games—Rides 2nd ANNUAL WOOD RIVER HOMECOMING JULY 12 thru 17 Sponsored by WOOD RIVER MOOSE Junction 111 and 159—Wood River, 111. — On the Moose Grounds — I BIG MONARCH SHOW RIDES • NO ADMISSION TO GROUNDS • PLENTY OF FREE PARKING BUSINESS EXHIBITION TENT! FREE! ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY JULY 14 thru 17 • Plan Now to Attend!

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