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TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN Gopher Balls EndsCardinal Win Streak Five Minor Mishaps in 2 Days Here News of Grains Soybean Futures Trade Rapidly ANNOUNCEMENTS LEO At NO I ICES NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Public notice II hereby given that the City Plan Commission of the City of Alton will hold a public on August 23. 1980. at the WoodbumGroup At Church Camp WOODBURN-Stephen Thyer, Obituaries C. Schoenbaum Charles Snhoenhaum. 62, Lesley M«rks Funeral Horn*, where friends may call after 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. Ttw Rev. a! Herman Ferguson, pastor of the l CHICAGO (API — i Five minor accidents were'futures traded at a fairly rapid ST. LOUIS fAP> — Tn a ^""n ] rf ,,. or ded In Alton in the past clip today with prices strong but home runs, and for a time, )ur) days, Alton police reports dealings in the grains were slow , . - I'hnrloe Xnnnonnnlim ny H : nm I lira*' i. t » fcu.-iwti, »*«oiv» w '™ •I pitchers, the Pittsburgh Pirates i downed the St. Louis Cardinals 4-2 1 Monday night nnd moved into first placr in thr National League. Stan Musial. still on a hot hit- streak, blasted a homrr for tho Cards that put them in the Ir-ad in thr second inning. But this was offset by homers by Bill Virdon, Roberto Clementr ! and Bob Skinner. Indicated. No injuries were with prices little changed, listed. i A government report showing Two accidents occurred in the'Stocks of soybeans as of July t mme vicinity, on Klin street indicated H considerably smaller ;i1 Henry. One occurred at carryover from thr 1959 crop nexed to the said City of Alton which properties are scribed as follows: ' reg il Sun (I,iti driven by Bill Roberts, 16 It set of fa good general demand! of 1221 E. Seventh St. bumped at thr opening gong and the near- ithe rear of another car stopped by month was bid up more than • I church stop signs near the a cent a bushel. Other deliveries! Rob- moved up rnaojr fractions. j Otherwise, dealers said there Skinner'* broke a 2-2 tie in the '--""-Henry intersection eighth and that one and Clemen- ' rts " fl ' s Jheaded ea ?< °V 1! " ' ~ "" "I to's both came off St. Louis re- " nn fflileri to s f e L. 1 ^T wwr "° «W» fk '""' overnight new lievrr Ron Kline ' sl " p SI K ns nt vvnlcn tne other developments to influence trading Starter Larry Jackson, seeking i <ar "» fl s " J PP ed - Roberts' car pl , npl . way . Commercial demand j 'WHS damaged about the front WHS |j Knt an d scattered. Export his Kith victory, had yielded only six hits, including the tying home run by Bill Virdon in the sixth. Then, in the seventh, Cardinal I The "ther accident near the At noon, wheat was 'fe-H cent a end and the other car met some business was limited to a small I rear bumper and trunk damage. amo unt of sovbeans to Denmark. i Manager Solly Hem us pulled i Jackson for a pinch hitter. same intersection happened at bushel higher. September $1.83%; HIGH STEPPER Et'GKNE, On-.—Chief U.S. Olympic TVam Coach Larry Snydrr of Ohio State, center, watches, along with Alternate Darrcll Horn, Pilot Rock, Ore., as the team's tot) broad jumper—Ralph Boston, Laurel, Miss.—sails through air in practice session at Eugene Monday. The team opened a week's practice session Monday. (AI* Wireplioto.) Four Tie for Medalist Honors in Western Golf 12:30 a.m. today during a heavy 1 corn »» higher to Vg lower, Sep- The defeat ended a four-game I™!"- Peter Chism. 35. of Val- tember SI .16%; oats H lower to Cardinal winning streak and!' 1 '" 1 '*' Ga -. vvns heading south- " 4 higher, September 68 cents; droppc-d the fourth place Redbirds " e " ( on Klm and missed a turn rvc unhanged to \ higher, Sep- fivr games t)ehind Pittsburgh. i' n " 1C •'"'"• Tne " fner car was lemlM!r Jl-15^; soybeans %-19i St. Louis gol nine hit's off win-: *" - uek alxml the right front higher, September $2.15%. ner Bob Friend. Three ol them i lender and door. The driver were singles by Alex Urammas. "' tnp " tn er car said nc did not who is filling in for an ailing Ken is '' e Chism because of the rain Bover ; ' nf! darkness. "~~ " """ " " /" ' " ., " ' in a minor incident listed with ' N °- > h f a , v V 3 , hite '°' i: N °' 2 _ _. hom_-i/ U'hitf Ytl^i (Ap ,_ N() whcH , O| , Beginning at the West t.lne of Hazel Street and center line of Claire Avenue: thence Northerly and Westerly along the present Corporation line of the City of Alton to the intersection with the Southwesterly right-of-way line of the Ci M. ft O. Railroad; thence Southeasterly along said right-of-way line. being also the Corporation line of the City of Alton, to Ihe Northwesterly rlght-of- wny line of State Aid Route No 4; thence Southerly along said right-of-way line, bring also the Corporation line of the City of Alton to the center line of Clnlre Avenue and present Corpora- tluii line of the City of Alton, thence Westerly along said line lo the point of beginning. Beginning at the Intersection of the tins! line of Seminary Road with the Northeasterly right-of-way line of G. M. * O. Railroad; thence Northerly along the East line of Seminary Road, being also the Corporation Line of a »°' <« pd a < due to a heart seizure. Mr. had suffered two Mon- thalto. will officiate. Interment School, left Sunday for !da - v j " Al *' n f ™ rial "^ wi " he in ^^Meram Ind.. where they wil^ ^ ^^eaS. tth' sp»nd the week at the Junior Youth Camp sonsored by the Congregational Christian Church. .. . . ,„,_. . , , ,, previous attacks, one m 194 1. They were accompanied hy Mrs. J. L. Pennington. who will assist at the camp. ,,™ l n' le l>lM j At River Township, he was a son Hospital at the age of 87. She \\OODBLRN Mr. and Mrs. f)| )he , n)e M ,. and M ,. s Ber . WM fhe w|djjw Qf George LeRoy Fensterman and Mr.; nard Schocnbaum . H e had re- Schmitt. Mrs. Schmitt Mrs Margaret Schmitt. whose nnd the other one last fall, but h Ome f or a number of years hc hHfl a PP arpntly recovered. was ln Godfrey area, died at Born on May 21. 1898, in Wood ,8:20 p.m. Monday in St. Joseph's and Mrs. James Partridge have received word of the death of their uncle, Will Partridge, of Salida, Kan., a former Woodburn resident. He was a brother of the late Charles Partridge and is survived by his widow, a daughter. Margaret, two brothers, Alvin of Perryton. Tex., and Elmer of Ohio, 111., and a sister, Mrs. Cora Elde- man, of Alton. Woodburn Notes WOODBURN — Mr. and Mrs. C. Schoenbaum had been employed at the Agricultural Stabilization & Conservation office j sided in the: Mrs Scnrnitt had heen in fai |Ft. R u s s e 111 jng nea | tn for , hc past year anr ] Township area jbefore enterinR st . Joseph's Hospital, three days ago. following a stroke, had been in a nursing home. Since 1952, and until she entered the nursing home, she last five years.: rf residef) a , , he L^tto Ho me n addition to farming, Mr.; H Schoenbaum A daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Walter, she was most of life, and at the) Bethalto ad-, dress for the born Dec. 3. 1872. in Godfrey, had resided in the Godfrey No. 2 yellow 1.20 3 4. Oats 1 . -.. -• - - . -.«v»^.~.v>»»*' *..» . ».. u ..... ut mi l£,O.ll\Jl | Ot V^VJI !.-»*, 1 V Cl » 1V/»I V/l 1 I'.. ~ I southerly line of Agnes jOrville Jones of Gary, Ind., || R Edwardsville for eight years, 'area nearly all of her life. She Boulevard, thence Easterly |have returned home after spend-1He was first married to Mi.-<s was married to George Schmitt ?he" Corporation'Line" B of a tne i ing several days with Mr. and;Lo U j sc Aljets. who died in Au-;in 1890. Her husband preceded iMrs. Claude Lily. ;gust, 1942. Later, he was mar-i her in death in January of 1940. ! Mr. and Mrs. Leland Leggettjried to Mrs. Lina Kuethe' Surviving are three daughters. It's r>t. Louis vs „.„.. again tonight with Curt Simmons if? ', ce „ ... . (24), s t -heduted to pitch for the'" 111 ' 8 " 1 & ' Al !'' ed - . PI Dr.. opened the door of his Bloom- heavy white 70'4. KANSAS CITY (AP> — If the qualifying round is any sort of a yardstick, the fioth Women's Wfstern Aniiit<-i)r (jnlf Tournament will he decided the hard way. For the firs! time in this 59- yeai-old tournament, four players tied for the medal Jo Anne (iunderson. the deiending champion from Seattle, posted an early .score of 73. ono stroke over par on Ihe K.141-yard Mis.sion Hills Country Club course 'ITirw others followed Miss (iunderson's example but none ol the l.j() starters matched par. The others who shot T.', were Phyllis Preuss ol Brighton, Mich., the low amateur in the Western Women's Open this summer: Judy Bell, a Curtis Cup team member from Wichita. Kan., and Anne Richardson of Columbus. Ohio, former Ohio champion. Western Junior champion and a Curtis Cupper. The qualifying round followed the script except in a sudden death pla.voff for the last three places in ihe field of 32 championship players. One of the more consistent players and a former Western Amateur runner-up. Mary Ann Downey of Baltimore, double bogied the extra hole and lost out. Miss Bell met Mrs. Paul Dommers of Belvidere, III., in today's first round match play. Mrs. Dommers qualified with a 78. Cards against Vern Law (li'-5). Chicago Boat In Race Lead MACKJNAC ISLAND, Mich. Soybean oil 8"?n. Barley: Malting choice rcirked car into a traffic lane. 1 '*™ f eed 85-1.02n. in the tj(K) block of Broadway wheat and the door was struck by the High Low Close 1.15- east Iwund automobile of Fran- t^p k'is E. McAdams of 1705Clawson. Dec The McAdams car was dam- M H) . aged on the right front fender May ( APi—A Chicago-based boat, the Freebooter, today appeared to h «ve a firm hold on the Class A ' Championship in the Chicago-to- Mackinac Island yacht race. time of 47:14:13. and the right door. Corn Another mishap occurred at Sep State and Jefferson Monday at rj ec 3:30 p.m. A truck owned by Ma| . Boy Scouts of America and i driven by Arthur Sutton. 27, ! With 13 of the nearly 100 entries,,.[ 1419 Monroe St., was struck 'in the race across the finish line.!f mm the rear hy a car driven the Freebooter was leading itsj| )y M,. S . Bernice A. Bauman, division with a corrected elapsed 32, o f 1809 Myrtle St. The truck was making a right Prev.close 1.83»4 1.83V* 1.83',i 1.83'4 1.90''» 1.89% 1.89% 1.89V4J 1.95'/i l.Mli 1.94% 1.94%| 1.94% 1.94li 1.94',i 1.941,2 1.16Ti I.IB^ 1.16 5 8 1.16% i 1.12% 1.11% 1.11% 1.12V* , 1.16% 1.16 1.16V» 1.16^| 1.18% 1.18% 1.18V* 1.1814 j The race committee said it e.x- Oats Sep Mat- May turn onto Jefferson when the Dec Mar pected to announce the over-all | rt her car cut to the right of it, and class winners late today. j police said. Apparently the The Detroit* Yacht Club's X-i c | river o ( ^e Bauman car Touchee. the over-all winner of! t | VJUg ht , ne truck was making last week's Port Huron-to-Macki- , | e f t turn and cut around the nac race, was the first Class B! truck on trie right side, reports SeP boat to finish this race. She had|i ;l( jjcated. The truck received Nov a time of 49:08.44. | s | JKnt damage to the bed andean 'Mar .71'/j .73!4 .72',i l.Wi .67 3 i .67% .68'i j .71',i .7114 .71%' .73 .73 .73% i .72V4 .72 ] ,i .72^' City of Alton. line of thence Southerly and West- po l r y at?dn n Lin t e ie of PI thc en city°of j and son of Mt.Pulaski visited Sun- Homm Sept. 4, 1955, in Betha,- Mrs. Mary Korte. LeMay, Mo.. Alton to the Intersection with the Northeasterly right-of-way line of the G. M. *. O. Railroad: thence Northwesterly along said right-of-way line, being also Ihe present Corporation Line of (he City of Alton, to the point of beginning. Beginning at the Southwest corner of Lot No. 165 of L. M. Taggart's Subdivision: thence Easterly and following the the outside boundary of the school property of the Alton Community School District No. II. and being also the present Corporation Line of the City of Alton, to the Southwest corner .of Lot No. 17 of L. M. Taggart's Subdivision, thence westerly along the south line of "Taggwrt's" subdivision and being also the Corporation Line of the City of Alton, to the township Line between Alton and Wood River Townships: thence Northerly along said |several days with their daughter; t her, Edward, Wood River. jday with Mr. and Mrs. Tompson to. Mrs. C.enevieve Schmitt Baker, JLoyd. I Mr. Schoenbaum was an elder University City, and Mrs. Kath- j The Junior Women's Fellow-1in the Zion Lutheran Church, erine Bosehert. Godfrey; a son, .ship of Ihe Woodburn Congrega-1 Bethalto. for 1'2 years, a mem- Louis. St. Louis; 11 grandchil- jtional Church will meet at the;ber of the Men's Club. Golden dren. L'6 great-grandchildren. Church Thursday evening, with,Age Club. Dart Ball Club. Ma- \|,- s . Schmitt was a member Mrs. Bob Phelan acting as host-'dison County Farm Bureau and O f ss. Peter & Paul's Parish ess. a charter member of the San,- anr | funeral rites Thursday at 9 < Mrs. Devvey Strohbeck. Mrs. tary Milk Producer's Assn. a nl W j|| he conducted In the Leonora Elliott and Miss Lillian Surviving, in addition to his-church. Burial will be in St. Jo- Elliott visited Sunday with Mr.; w ife, Lina. are one daughter. Jseph's Cemetery, and Mrs. Bob Schlottner and|Mrs. Violet Lane. Meadow-] The body is at Gent chapel sons of Brighton j brook, two sons. Hilmer and i where friends may call after Q Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Swlfl of, M arHn. both of Moro: one step- p . m . Wednesday. The Rosary Venice^ 111, visited Saturdayi son . Vernon Homm. Bethaito. will be recited Wednesday at 8 ivltn Vlf%; I jannni'a H Illnrl ~..,l AI .,» nn ~J .u« n .... -x*.... jwith Mrs. Leonora Elliott. and three step-daughters, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. George Rose Berneice Kolb, Bethalto. Miss left Wednesday for Detroit, violet Homm. Aurora. Mrs. Eu- Mich.. where they will spend ! n j cc Martin, Belleville, a bro- p.m. Ithe car was damaged about the ^P- River Ripples -^ and Outdoors with Harold Brand May I about consideration for others, j | e ii fi- O nt fender. ! or better still, they may get dis- ; i r , another minor accident, j jcouraged with boating and quit; Mrs Ruth E. Freyer, 37, of \' .... ^C Hh St annarpntlv! ;>ejti °/° 4 1.15 7 ,g 1.15 3 i 1.21»-4 1-20% 1.20',i 1.20V? 1.24 1.2334 1.23% 1.23% 1.2414 1.23% 1.24 1.24 Soybeans >p 2.15 3 4 2.1414 2.15's 2.138-4 j 2.14% 2.13% 2.14V4 2.13% i 2.18 7 » 2.17 7 i 2.18'i 2.17% j 2.21 7 '4 2.21 2.21% 2.20% | 2.241/4 2.23',i 2.24 2.23U ! 1418 W. Fourth St. apparently; Talked To Authorities ; f< 11 asleep early today at the! This writer isn't a spokesman j wheel and hit a parked car onj for the Conservation Depart-i Broadway at Alby street. Mrs.i Fi eyer was charged with a traf- fie violation, police said. Thei parked car belongs to Hoefert 1 WantH Moating Improvement* This column received a letter from an L'pper Alton resident who comments upon the stare boat registration. His letter states in part: "I was very much interested in seeing the recent figures on the number ol boats registered in Illinois. Out of a possible 340,000 power craft, already more than 80,000 have been registered for an income ol at least $240,000. "However, 1 have not noticed any improvements lor boating such as a public ramp in our vicinity. And what happened to the two additional public ramps we are supposed to have? It appears that our Conservation Department is slow in making boating improvements. Or maybe the department is similar to others in our fair stale: Moro interested in collecting 1he li- FREE BOAT RAMP At Grafton. K«Kii>ter at Kuebel Hotel beforehand. Free Parking Area Free Courtesy Deck Ruebel Hotel—Grafton | cense fees instead of spending | them. "It could be that a number of boat owners are waiting to see some results from the money already collected before they invest any more fees in licenses which might be used upstate or spent elsewhere. Thank* Inspector "A big thanks lu Curl Keehner of Jerseyville. district inspector • of law enforcement for the Con- Nervation Department, for his help on Piasa Creek on a recent 'Sunday. However, one man cannot be every place at on«:e and during his absence from the public ramp on Piasa Creek. I was ama/.ed at'the gall and , utter lack of consideration .shown by two young men in ! using and abusing the adjoining small boat dock lor a ski takeoff platform. "It is indeed true that courtesy is common with a major 'portion of young boat operators land that older persons also poof. However, il a lew persons continue friendliness and courtesy, it may be that the 'majority of goot-offs will get ithe message and start thinking ment but we have talked to I authorities in the past two l weeks and possibly can answer, jsome of the questions in the| Bros " reports indicated, 'foregoing letter. Fred Parker, supervisor of boat registration and safety, and his assistant Kenneth Oruenewald, from the Prices Keep Good Cains Change Farm to , ter made an ,, , k , hlt ..,. K alir1; flK . im , es on Ju ,y r " ' ' '' NEW YORK (API—Stocks held fairly substantial gains in late afternoon today after a sharp midday rally. A buying flurry around noon sent the ticker behind floor transactions for about eight minutes. The pc-' Demand slackened later and EDWARDSVILLE .... ... tition of Ralph Helmkamp toiP""* slipped from the best lev- „ .. 0 , , ,, ..detach his 126-acre farm from els Both Parker and Oruenewald; <he Edwardsville Schoo , Dis .' Trading WhS morP active than are on the go constantly survey- trk . ( and hgve R annexed to tne in recen t" sessions, running around — boating through- [Bethalto District was granted;2.900.000 shares tor the day com. out the state. They are seeing what is needed and will make recommendations to the conservation department where and what should be done to help boating. The law clearly states jthat the license fee monies must !be used only for improved boating facilities and law enforce- : ment personnel and equipment. There is something pending in much improved boat launching facilities by the department near Alton but official word will by the Madison County Board pared with 2,840,000 Monday. 2,of School Trustees in a special 1900.000 shares for the day com- session Monday night. Helmkamp's farm is located partly in Ft. Russell Township and partly in Wood River Town- pared with 2.840,000 Monday. Steels, motors, chemicals and some electronics paced the upturn. Recently weak specialties ship. In the hearing it vvas a i so bounded back. Gains ran brought out that the Helm kamps live about two and one- half miles from Bethalto schools and 12 miles from Edwardsville schools and that all affiliations of the family are in Bethalto. The petition was not opposed come from the department. j b , he Edwardsvi iie School Dis- Gruenewald said that only about ; tr j t .f 50 per cent of Ihe boittownersi present at the 'are making an effort to complyj tne truste e members: iwith the registration law. Btit| Flagg pl . es ident. Gordon Bur- we re weic TIRE SALE ! he also pointed out that violai-|, oughs Kar| Monroe and Elmer! ors are subject to arrest and Runrup; County Superintendent ; fines which has taken place sev- o , Schoo | s Wilbur R. Trimpe ^ eral times this past week in thig aetjng as secretary ex-otficio of, """" the board; Superintendent of ; Edwardsville schools A. Gordon Keehner is trying hard to en-lDodds; William Dorsey, mem- lotve the law. We watched himlber of the Edwardsville Boaul from fractions to 2 points in most key issues and extended out to 5 points in some instances. i Analysts viewed the rally as technical, saying it vvas long overdue. Prices have declined almost daily for about two weeks. It; cheered chart followers to note I the upturn started from a level; vvhere two previous advances had started. There were not many weak AT WARD'S 40% OFF of Manufactunn tug. fiittd Hit prici, From now until August 1st wo will pan on to you oitra discounts nooivod from Ooopor Tiro. "wTwillotll: •Prtmium Quality Better Quality • Popular Type White, Blade t Tuboltff • Tub* Typ* TYRiX - NYLON Best Known for Quality tine* 1914 WARD TIRE CO. 701 tollo It. HO S-jNSl area. Working Steady and Hard line, being also the Corporation Line of the City of Alton, to the point of beginning. 4. Beginning at the intersection of the North Line of Moore Avenue with the center line of Elizabeth Street; thence Westerly along the North line of Moore Avenue and present Corporation Line of the City of Alton to the Range line between T5N, R9W and T5N. R10W of the Third Principal Meridian: thence Southerly along said Range line to the South line of Salu Street and present Corporation line of the City of Alton: thence continuing South along said Range line and Corporation line of the City of Alton to the South line of Lot No. 165 of L. M. Tagaart's Subdivision, being also the North boundary line of the school property of Alton Community School District No. 11: thence Easterly and following the outside boundary of the School property of Alton Community School District No. 11 to the Southwest corner of Lot No. 17 of said L. M. Taggart's Subdivision, said point being also in the Corporation line of the City of Alton: thence Easterly along the South line of said subdivision, being also the Corporation line of the City of Alton, to the East line of Jersey Street, and angle point in said Corporation line: thence Northerly following the present Corporation line of the City of Alton to the point of beginning; situate in the County of Madison, in the State of Illinois. 5 A tract of land in the Southeast Quarter (SE'ii of Section 6. Township 5 North. Ranee 9 West of the Third Principal Meridian, described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the Southwesterly right-of-way line of the G. M. A O. Railroad with the line between the East and West Halves of the Southeast Quarter (SE'o of said Section 6. Township 5 North. Range 9 West of the Third Principal Meridian: thence Sputherly along the line between the East and West Halves of said quarter section a distance of 633 feet more or less to the South line of Section 6. Township 5 North. Range 9 West of the Third Principal Meridian: thence Easterly along the South line of said Section 6 a distance of 435 feel more or less to the Southwesterly right - of - way line of said G. M. & O. Railroad; thence Northwesterly along said Southwesterly right-of-way line a distance of 800 feet more or less to the point of beginning: situated in the County of Madison and State of Illinois. Mrs. Steiner and family, Mr. Earnest Belisle. and Mrs. .three sisters. Mrs. Clarence! Returning j Heeren. Carlinville. Mrs. Mil- 1 Mrs. Florence Floss Steiner. home with them after a month's bert Brakhone Alhambra. MrsJ p member of an old Alton la- visit with their grandparents j Herman Schmidt of Moro, and imilv - died Sund «y at the home are the three oldest Belisle jio grandchildren. One grand- o{ a daughter-in-law. Mrs. Eu- children, Georgia, Frances, and daughter preceded him i n ;gene Steiner. a!5 Harvard St.. Mark. ! death. Fresno. Calif. Mrs. Steiner. who spots, although utilities tended to lag and gains in the aircraft-missile group were restrained. Drugs! and retail merchandise firms | Crested in rezoning of the above- here lor the past 43 years, mov- V *' 1 . . __il ...tllL.,...*i'n.>fl * * A birthday surprise picnic was given Sunday at Westerner Club Grounds by the families of John L. Ray and Antone Mullink of Bunker Hill, honoring Mrs. Leonard Mullink and Mr,. Allen Welch of Rosewood Heights. Elmer Puterbaugh and son. Rex, of Wood River and James Hamilton of Litchfield visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Likes. JYo Decision Reached On Bridge Crack Tests No decision has been reached by Missouri Highway Department laboratory technicians on concrete core tests of the cracked deck in the Clark Bridge, Roy M. Rucker, Missouri district highway enginer, said today. Rucker said than when both Illinois and Missouri highway department officials reach a decision on the tests, they would confer and issue a statement. Rucker said that he expected the tests to be completed in the "very near" future. A. R. Haynes Albert R. Haynes of 2116 Washington Ave., a retired carpenter and former business agent for Carpenters Local 377, died at 7:15 a.m. today in Villa Terrace Convalescent Home where he had been a patient since last March. He vvas 83. A member of a family widely .work that Sunday mentioned in the foregoing letter. He warned at least 25 boa (owners for going too fast in a No Wake area and also warned at least 25 more not to launch their unregistered and unnumbered boats. The Alton Lake area has the second largest concentration of boats in Illinois, Parker told us. Keehner has a staff of a tout eight men! of Education; Helmkamp and his attorney, Edgar Kelly of East Alton. 12 Selected Slocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. quotations on 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to and they may cover this area thoroughly as a group at any time. Lack of courtesy and consideration is, fortunately, in the minority. There|is always some spoil-sport or gool-ofl in any sport. A lew arrests and fines may help reduce the numbers. Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED HHESS Inleriiutluiiul League Miami 5, Montreal 1 Jersey City 5, Toronto 4 Richmond 3, Buffalo 2 Rochester 7, Columbus 4 (15 innings) American AMID. Houston 11-4, Charleston 4-9 Minneapolis '2, Louisville 1 (17 i ruiings) Denver 4, Dallas-Fort Worth 3 St. Paul 6, Indianapolis S Fttdfli) Count League San Diego 8, Salt Lake City 3 Portland 7, Tauonia 3 the Alton Evening Telegraph by were mixed. U.S. government bonds main- said public "all" person's' in-i known in Alton ' he had resided he abi j.. i mentioned properties will be aftord-|. fm , ivipHm-H his hirthnlnr-u led an opportunity to be heard. After| Ing IIom JViedOia, nib Qlimpiace. He was Oc t. 30, 1876, a son tained fractional advances. Corp-{recommendation that said properties;of the late Mr. and Mrs. Martin i be rezoned In accordance with their j-j avnes (findings 1-2 and some 1-3 190-230 Ib barrows and gilts 18.10-25; about 80 head 1 - 2 210 - 20 Ib 18.33: mixed Newhard. Cook & Co.. from its!grade 1-3 and 2-3 180-240 Ib 17.75- orates picked up ground. Livestock Prices At East St. J,onis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (APi-(USDA)-Hogs 14,000; bulk! Noljte is liereby giveil lo al , per Surviving are his wife, the Friends may call at thej Smith Funeral Home. Bethalto, after 7 p.m. today and until 11 a.m. Thursday, when the body will be taken to the Zion Lutheran Church for services -at 2 p.m. Interment will be in was 92. died in her sleep. She was the widow of Joseph Steiner. Her husband was •* sales representative for an agricultural firm and his work took him on trips all over the i world. He vvas injured in the Zion""Lutheran Church Ccme-i early 90s in a train wreck u, tery. Mrs. Fuess South America but he recovered from effects of the injuries and resumed his travels for his firm. Mrs. Steiner had been active JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Kather ine Fuess died Monday at 8:55 p.m. in Waters Nursing Home. She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mathias Metzdorf. The body is at Hoffmeister Funeral Home, East St. Louis. Mrs. Emshausen death, and about three yea.s ago had made a trip to Europe The former Flora Floss, she vvas born in Alton, and resided here until moving to the west coast a number of years ago. Among survivors are two nep hews, Roland Floss Radecke and Arthur Louis Floss, Alton, and a niece, Mrs. Phillip Worth. Des Moines, Iowa. EDWARDSVILLE — Mrs. Amanda Ray Emshausen. 61, j of Rt. 1, Edwardsville, died at| Mrs. Ethel Fist'lier 1:15 p.m. Monday in St. Jo-S seph's Hospital, Alton, where she had been a patient for tha [last month. Born July 10, 1899, in Rock- and, Ohio, a daughter of the ate William L. and Annies Criss Taylor, she was married Oct. 16, 1919, to Henry Ems- lausen of Edwardsville, vv h o survives. Four sons and three daughters survive: Frederick Emshausen of Carrollton; Mrs. Herman Lawrence. Columbus, Ga.; Mrs. Hector Bustamante, Venice. Calif.; Albert, Alfred, Henry Jr. and Mrs. Stuart Venable, all of Edwardsville. Also surviving are lour bro- hers and two sisters: Henry L. Taylor, Charles W. Taylor. John W. Taylor, Frank A. Taylor. Mrs. Leota Howell and Bernice Montgomery, all arkersburg, W.V. There 6 surviving grandchildren. Rites Conducted Funeral rites for Mrs. Ethel Fischer, wife of Edward C. Fischer, were conducted at 2 p.m. Monday, in Staten Chapel, with the Rev. Howard Todd Taylor officiating. Interment was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were Fred Fischer, Harry Wetstein, Henry Fischer, Carl Lenhardt, Martin Brinkman and Tom Gavin. Due to an error the name ol a daughter, listed as a survivor, was given as Mrs. Diane Sootier. The name should have been Mrs. Dated this 25th day of July, 1960. fo ,. mer Margare t Smith, to whom [ Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday from ihe /S/ P W. DAY. Chairman. City Plan CommUilon. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE ! Alton branch ollice. (The New York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time I, so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 89»i, General Motors 43, Granite City Steel 36, Olin Math. Chem. Owens-Ill. 101 1 ;;, Shell Oil 32'4, Sinclair Oil 35, Sncony 36%, Standard (Ind.) W*, Standard iNJi 40%, U. S. steel 79^8, Sears 50%. British Send Infantry Battalion to Kenya LONDON (API-Britain is sending an infantry battalion to her East African colony of Kenya, where a new Mau Mau outbreak against the white settlers is feared. Golden Circle to Meet The Golden Circle will meet Wednesday at Northside Shelter House, Wednesday at 10 a.m. 18.10; •> - 3 WO - 280 Ib 17.30 -18.110; mixed grade 150-170 Ib 16.30-17.25; 120-140 Ib 14.00-18.00: 1-3 sows 400 Ib down 15.25-16.50; sows over 400 Ib 13.75-14.75; boars over 230 Ib 10.23-50. lighter weights 12.30. Cattle 5,200; calves 600; very few initial sales on good and choice slaughter steers and mixed yearlings vveuk at 23.UO-25.00: a lew good 675 Ib stock steers 23.00; utility and commercial cows weak, few 15.00-16.00; canners and cutters about steady at 13.00-15.50; virtually no early bull sales; veal- ers 1,00 lower; slaughter calves showing irregular weakness in slow trade; very few high choice vealers 26.00; good and choice 22.00-25.00; standard and good 18.00 • 21.00; culls 14.00 • 16.00; few good and choice slaughter calves 20,00-24,00. Sheep 1,1110; not fully established; few early sales spring lambs barely steady to weak; sons (hat the first Monday In Sep he was married in May of 1901 at Carlinville; a daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Curtiss, St. Louis; four sons, Buren Haynes, Hopkinsville, Ky., formerly of Alton; Carl, Alton; Harry, Dick- &URKE (ember. I960, is Ihe Clnlm Dace ln|lnsoil. Tex., and Ellsworth, To- the estate of WILLIAM ROHACKK) also known as WILLIAM A. ROHA Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Nel CEK, Deceaced. pendlna in the Pro-j Lamkin, Caldwell, Kuns., a half-! ^ p.m. Wednesday, I uncial Home 1 P. m. Thursday, Zlon Lutheran Church, Bethalto. MEMBER. THE ORDER Of THE GOLDEN RUJ St. Alton SUCCESMHHOIiOBtHIH SIKUHH against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of summons Dated this 19th day of July. I960. ORVILLE S. CATT. Administrator Attest: DALK HILT, Probate Clerk SCHAlil-ER O'NUILL. Attorney. There will be a back lunch at {good and choice lots 17.00-20.00; noon. 'few .utility uiid good 14.50-16.50. Srholur»hi|) In An -hi lert ure Richard Clayhour. 1241 Brown St., has been awarded a scholarship in architeclive for pladnu first in the Hoppers architectural design contest. He was honored recently at a luncheon held at the Missouri Athletic Club for his design. Richard will enter his fifth year at the architecture school at Washington University this fall. He is a graduate of Alton High, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. J W. C'laybour of Alton. ton; 20 grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. in Gent Chapel. Friends may visit the Chapel alter 2 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in Medora Cemetery. Jana l,t»e SU'ele Kites Conducted Following rites Monday at 2{ p.m. the body of Janu Lea Steele, 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Steele of 37 West Acton Ave., Wood River, was interred in Roselawn Memory Gardens. Bethullo. The Rev. C. W. Patton of Tamms. formerly of East Alton, officiated at the rites in Marks Mortuary, Wood River, and at the cemetery. Alfred Lea veil Jr.. and Donald were casketbearers. MARGARET SCHMITT Sei vices U:00 A.M. Thursday ia SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Burial in St. Joseph's CVmeler>. In -sluli' at ihe rluipel after L':UO P.M. Wednesday. The Hos.arj will bo recited at 8:00 P.M. Wednesday ALBERT R HAYNES Services ^:00 P.M. Thursday in the chapel. Burial in Medura Cemetery. In state at the chapel alter ^:00 P.M. Wednesday.

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