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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE ALTON BALING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, I960 Plend§ Innocent In Robbery *y CHICAGO <APi — A former ChuMi <*f Christ minister In Dai- Ins. Tex., plffldfd not guilty Tuesday to participating in hvo suburban Park Forest supermarket holdups whir'i netted $30.000. Donald Marriage, 32. and f ive other members of an alleged holdup gang are scheduled to go on Wai Sept. 12 in criminal Court. Hardage was arrnijmed before Chief Justice Richard B. Austin. The others were arraigned last week but Hardage's arraignment was postponed so that he might hire a lawyer. The other five, who also pleaded not guilty, are Robert Poirer. 3D, Park Forest, an employe of file supermarket: Ross McCord, 13, Harvey: Clyde Tull. 31. Chattanooga, Tenn.: Malcolm Evans, 30, Harvey, and Wallace Sam McCracken. 34, Chicago. The six are accused of robbing a supermarket on two separate occasions. Hardage and McCord were arrested June 14 while attempting, police said, to rob the store for a third time. SHOULD YOUR TELEGRAPH CARRIER FORGET YOU... PHONE FOR DELIVERY DIAL HO 5.6641 BEFORE 6 P.M. DAILY 5 P.M. SATURDAY • CIRCULATION DEPT. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Ike to End Vacation Sunday ftv M4KVI\ I.. ARROHSMfTH NEW-PORT. R. I. (AP>— President Eisenhower will end his seaside vacation Sunday evening and fly back to Washington. The President and his wife came to Newport July 7. They interrupted their stay for six days last week to attend the Republican convention in Chicago and visit the First Lady's ailing mother. Mrs. John S. Doud, in Denver. Colo. The President returns to Washington the night before reconvening of the Senate. The House returns Aug. 15. Elsenhower got in some work on government business early this morning and then went to Newport Country Club for a round of golf. He was to get a report later in the day on North Atlantic Treaty forces in Europe from their supreme commander. U.S. Gen. Lauris Norstad. The President arranged an afternoon conference at the summer White House with Norslad, who holds the NATO job from which Eisenhower resigned in 1952 to run for president. Eisenhower was the first commander of the NATO troops in Europe. After the session with Norstad the President has on his schedule a conference with two National Security aides flying in from Washington. Tuesday night Eisenhower made public a message urging Korean students to guard their country's freedom and be constantly on the alert against what he termed the new and deadly colonialism of international communism. He sent the message to university students who tried unsuccessfully to see and talk to him when he visited Seoul, capital of South Korea, in June. Report New Move Against Negro Gang CHICAGO (AP) - More grand jury action reportedly has been taken against the Bandoliers, a Negro teen-age gang the state's attorney's office describes as "vicious animals." -•Frank Ferlic, first assistant state's attorney, said 11 gang members reportedly were named Tuesday in seven true bills charging strong arm robbery and armed robbery. i Police began a crackdown on the gang last week after four of its members were charged with raping two pregnant women and beating their husbands. Ferlic said the gang members, | linked to a series of assaults and I robberies, should be surrounded by prison walls. And he said he might hold seven of those reportedly named until they are 17 so they can be sent to a penitentiary. "The Illinois Legislature," he said, "has been tardy in recognizing the severity of crimes committed by these teen-agers. "In today's urban atmosphere of vicious youth gangs, conditions demand that the Legislature make i allowance for putting these crimi- ;nals under maximum security." The oldest of the youths reportedly named by the grand jury is 19, the youngest 13. jVeu'S of Stocks Some Demand For Missiles NEW YORK fAP>—Some demand for aircraft and missile stocks developed in an otherwise listless, irregular stock market late this afternoon. Activity among this group was u-centuated by the gradual slowdown of trading for the list as a whole. Volume for the day was estimated at 2,400.000 shares compared with 2.090,000 Tuesday, which was the lowest total since ast Columbus Day. A block of 7,000 Boeing shares traded at 32. up l 1 ^, and the issue ield at about the same level, drumman was ahead in about the same range and North American Aviation around a point. Douglas, of nearly a point, was the only ratler in the group. Buying was credited to Wall Street talk of more defense spend- ng and the belief in some quarters outlays would go up regard- ess of which party wins the November election. Motors continu'-d to lag and ihemicals mostly were down, too. Scattered strength bolstered unities and rails, but most groups vere well scrambled with plusses and minuses. MGM was up nearly 2 while Ra dio Corp. moved ahead more than point and Air Reduction held to an advance of more than 2. Amer- can Telephone and DuPont turned lower and Union Carbide still was down about 2 points. U.S. government bonds were lower, corporates mixed. St. Louis Charter Amendments Shaped ST. LOUIS (AP)-City Charter amendments to raise the maximum pay of the mayor of St. Louis and city employes were approved by voters in Tuesday's election but by scant margins. Complete unoffcial returns from the city's 600 precincts approved a proposal to raise the mayor's maximum salary from $10,000 to $25,000 gave a yes vote of 47,483 to a no vote of 28,904. The proposal to boost the maximum pay of city employes from $10,000 to ?25,000 was approved Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. (AP)-(USDAVHogs 8,200; bulk U.S. No. 1-2 190-235 Ib barrows and gilts and some over 240 Ib 18.25-60. large share 18.3530; mixed gradfe No. 1-3 and 2-3 180230 Ib 18.00-35, largely 18.10 op; No. 2-3 270-300 Ib 17.00-75; mixed grade 150-JTft Ib 16.50-17.30; 120140 Ib 14.00-16.25; No. 1-3 sows 400 Ib down 15.25-16/jO. several lots to 16.75; sows ovef 400 Ib 14.00-15.00; boars over 250 Ib 10.50; lighter weights around 12.50. Cattle 2,200, calves 400; good steers 23.00-24.50; few high good and choice 25.00-50; good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings 22.od-24.50, latter on straight heifers; utility and commercial cows 14.50-15.00; moderate showing 15.50, few to 16.00; canners and cutters 12.50-14.50; utility and commercial bulls 17.00-18.00; limited number to 18.50; vealers and slaughter calves active, fully steady; good and choice vealers 20.00-24.00; few to 25.00; standard and good 17.00-20.00; few good and choice 250-500 Ib slaughter calves 18.00-23.00. Sheep 700; early sales good and choice spring lambs 1T.50-20.00; choice and prime 20.50-21.00; cull ;o choice shorn slaughter ewes 3.00-5.00, mostly 3.50-5.00. 45,230 to 29,920 in complete but unofficial returns. The proposals each needed a 60 per cent majority. The mayor's pay proposition got 62 per cent of the vote and the other 60. City of- cials said the official count could change the outcome but it wasn't likely. North Alton News LADY BUGS TO MEET THURSDAY The Military Order of Ladybugs will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. a the VFW Memorial Center on Delmar. Blind Training School Perkins Institution for the Blind, established at Water/town, Mass., in 1829, was the first training school lor the blind in the United States. At St. Louis Produce Prices ST. LOUIS - Eggs and live poultry: Eggs, wholesale grades, large extras, 60-79 per cent A 30-31; 40-59 per cent A 28-30; mediums 26-27; standards 25-26; country run 23*6-25; dirties and checks 19-20; consumer grades, AA large 34; A large 30-33; A medium 2830; A small 19-22; B large 24-27. Fowl, heavy 1-16; light over 5 Ibs 12-13; under 5 Ib 10-12; fryers and broilers, commercial whites and crosses 17^-18; old roosters 9-11. 12 Selected Stocks Following 'are today's 1:30 •>. m. quotations on 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research 'las indicated are widely held n the Alton area, as supplied to the Alton Evening Telegraph by Nevvhard, Cook & Co., from its Alton branch office. (The New York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations) : AT&T 88%, Gen. Motors 42T«, Granite City Steel 36%, Olin Math. Chem. 39, Owens-Illinois 102%, Shell 32%, Sinclair 36%,' Socony 36 1 /-!, Standard (Ind.) &, Standard (NJ) 40%, U.S. Steel 80%, Sears 53%. Newt of GraifM Prices Hold CHICAGO (AP> A month private crop report appeared to have little lasting effect today on the grain futures market and prices held generally within small fractional ranges of previous closes on the Board of Trade. The report estimated yields of most major crops this year a little higher than a month ago. In the early afternoon, soybeans and corn were on the minus side but wheat was up major fractions in sports. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 52 cars, corn 106, oats 87, rye 12, barley 23, soybeans 9. CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No. 1 hard 1.06. No corn or soybean sales. Oats No. 1 heavy white 71 a i; No. 2 heavy white TOVMil No. 1 extra heavy white No. 2 extra heavy white Soybean oil 9'«n. Barley: malting choice 1.15- 1.25n; feed 85-1.02n. CHICAGO (API- Prev. High Low Close close Wheat 1.85% 1.84Tg 1.8514 1.83 53 by SEE THE NEW PARKER "JET FLIGHTER" AT GODWIN OFFICE SUPPLY, INC. 114 E. Broadway, HO 5-7758 "Alton's Commercial Stationer." Sep Dec Mai- May Jly Corn Sep Dec Vlar May Oats Sep Dec- Mar May Rye Sep Dec Mai- May 1.91 ? 8 1.91% 1.91',8 1.96!i 1.96'i 1.96% 1.96 1.96 1.95% 1.95% 1.93H 1.8S 7 » 1.88 l i 1.887s 1.88 1.169s 1.15% 1.1(5 1.16' is .12ig 1.12-3 .67" .74% 1.157s 1.16V4 1.17's 1.1814 .71 .73% .73% .73% .73V2 .74V4 1.16'i 1.151;. 1.15% 1.16% .1.21 ',3 1.20% 1.20'i. 1.21 1.25% 1.25% 1.2514 1.25!i 1.26% 1.25% 1.26'a Soybeans Sep Nov Jan Mai- May 2.17% 2.15% 2.16% 2.17 2.17% 2.16% 2.16 a 4 2.17 2.22 2.20% 2.20 7 s 2.21% 2.25% 2.237s 2.24% 2.24'i 2.27% 2.26U 2.26% 2.27 135 in {21 Accidents •kf> A Reported During July With 121 traffic accidents in Alto In July, total for the first ;ven months of the year was uosled to 864. an Increase of i over the total of 811 at end July a year ago. Of the current total of 864 ishaps, 134 were accompanied y injury to pet-sons, the police -port shows. The injury accl- ;nl total a year ago was 119. Only one traffic fatality has ?en recorded this year as cornered to four at the correspond- g time In 1959. July's 121 accident figure in- uded 19 with injury to persons id no fatality. Traffic arrests in July totaled 5 of which 11T were on com- aints of moving violations, prin- pally speeding and reckless •Mug. In addition the depart- ent record shows six July ar- •st on charge of drhlng while toxlcated. A total of 287 arrests were ade by the Alton department July, and traffic control ar- sis, exclusive of those in drunk- driving incidents, constituted per cent of all arrests. When •unken driving arrests are in- iripH fraffip nvrp.et« rnneHfiiiorl Council Re -Zones F°urKiiied Three Lots Near In Head-oil Collision i Edwardsville High f • Cx EDWARDSVILLE - In the face of protests by the City Plan Commission, the Edwardsville School District and an objection by the local League of Women Voters supporting the school district's stand, the Ed- waWsville City Council, at non- elusion of a public hearing Tuesday night, unanimously adopted an ordinance for rezoning three lots at the U.S. By-Pass 66-West street intersection across from Edwardsville Senior High School to 'permit location of a Socony- Moblloil Co. Service Station. Robert J. Wehling, a member of both the local school board and City Planning Commission, appeared before the council to urge denial of the petition for rezoning of the Socony firm for i-eclassification to "commercial" status to permit construction of the service station at the intersection across from tht 1 high school. Also oDDosiiur thr nil c-oni- » «Veeks 'is a member. Mayoi Slrftobe commented. Oh the motion of Alrlprman Cljflle ttartung, city engineer Joseph Cronin was directed to prepare a resolution for com sideralion at a special meeting of the council Aug. 9 for construction of curb-gutter Im? provement— together with necessary drainage structures — on Prickett avenue from Hillsboro avenue to the east city limits. A similar improvement resolution previously was adopted for Madison avenue. Also to be considered at the special council meeting set tor next Tuesday Is a suggested uniform plumbing code for the city, as outlined . by the stfitp and already adopted by many municipalities over Illinois, including Wood River. The request for enactment of a revised plumbing code was made by Albert Kunze, a spokesman for local plumbers, who also stressed need for revision of regulations NOKOMIS, til. (AP)— A headoi auto collision claimed the live* ol a young married couple, A younj mother and her infant daughter Tuesday night, ' The dead were Ralph Cla.vin 24; his wife, Orma Lee, 33, ol rural Nokonite; Mrs. Bonnie Ka mer. 24, and her infant daughter of Ohlman Two persons were injured h the accident on Highway IB neai Nokomis. Michael, the Clavln's 9 month-old son. was critically In Jured, and Karen Schuette, 15 sister of Mrs. Kamer, was in K rious condition. Miss SchUCtte it ftnuYi InM01 IITJIIl «f Ulit'l* f Police said Clavin and MM. Ka mer apparently were driving the two cars. 400 Fire Fighters Return to Skid Row PORTLAND, Ore. (AP)— Sonu 400 men returned to Portland 1 ! Skid Row after more than a weet of fighting eastern Oregon fores fires More than a third were ii virtually half rests here. of all July ar- Crime declined in Alton in July, 55 known offenses more serious than misdemeanors being listed as compared to 72 In June. The July listing included 13 burglaries and 4 auto thefts, the same as in June, but larcenies dropped to 36 as compared to 53 in June. One robbery, one rape were recorded last month. Misdemeanor arrests in July included 28 for intoxication and 37 for disorderly conduct. Record Augie Galan, regular baseball outfielder with the Chicago Cubs nt the time, played an entire season without hitting into a double play. | any's petition for rezoning, as covering licensing of plumbers | j. ti ] today, tlw morning after. expressed in a letter on file, was the firm of Evert. Kincaid & As-' stociales, planning consultants for the city, which had submitted an opinion that location of the service station would increase)'bird century B.C., and used d oop -|.j )() fj,. ( , fightnrs turned up in llieir kivorltc taverns afte> up to First Pipe Organ _.. . ,10 davs of eating smoke and drink- 7 he pipe organ was invented' ^ ^ ha(J up to ^ by an Egyptian Ctesibius, in the| jn - f , u . ir IKK;k ,. ts . 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