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Monday, August 8, 1960
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MONDAY, AUGUST 8, i960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH White Sox Await Invasion Of League*Leading Yankees CHICAGO (AP) - -Hie Chicago Sox ate steamed op for theft important thrwfajrw aeries against the league-leading New York Yankee* beginning tonight. The White Sox won two ninth inning victories over Washington Sunday and hope to keep their momentum to knock off the invading Yankees in all three games and regain the American League lead. "Sure we'd like to win three from them," taM Manager Al Lopez. "But I'd settle for two-out- of three. We just don't want them to get too far out in front. They have a tough schedule coming tip. They'll be away from home most of September and they have a lot of doubleheaders to make up." Although it is an important aeries, it is not vital— unless the Yankees sweep all three games. The Sox trail the New Yorkers by 1ft games and are four games be- hind in the loss column. Should New York win all three, that would put the Sox seven games behind in the torn column. However, a Whit* Sox sweep would hoist the Chicagoans games ahead of New York but leave them lagging by one game In the loss column. Lopez gambled and won by switching his pitching rotation in Sunday's 9-7 and 3-2 victories over Washington. Instead of using Billy Pierce (10-7). he started Bob Shaw in the second game. Shaw had been routed in one inning Friday by the Senators. Shaw pitched into the ninth inning when Washington put runners on first and third with one out. Gerry Staley took over, gave up a game-tying sacrifice fly to Reno Bertoia and was credited with the victory when Minnie Minoso singled home the winning run in the ninth inning. Staley (11-6) also was the win- FIRST STOP ON A REAL VACATION first stop HFC-«nd get HP to $800 «p to 24 months to repay. Then trawl wtoa vtwro you want, free of financial worries. Ut m MFC cash tarn cover transportation, tod* tag. meals, dothes, ad your vacation expenses. And, wnerewer you travel, one of Household** 1000 offices Ctrwougtxwt the U. S, mchKltng Hawaii, afcd Canada) wtt be near-by for additionaJ money service. you get more than money from HFC ner tn the opctm. He halted i four-rum game-tying rally in the sixth, blew a 74 teal in the ninth and was declared the wtnntr wti Gene Freete slammed a two-run homer in the btittuni of the ntnni With Staley working in bom games, Uuss Kemmerer will be Lopez' No. 1 relief man in the Yankee series, although Staley could be used "if he says he' ready," Lope. said. Early Wynn (7-8) wlD work •» nrfe it ttuilabtt OUSEHOLD FINANCE «3 W. THM Street, 2nd Floor PHONE: HOword 54871 Tuesday right's game but Lopez isn't sure who he will start against New York Wednesday. Manger Casey Stengel will em ploy southpaw Whltey frord (7-6 tonight and Art Ditmar and Bob Turlry probably will be his start ers in the other two games. The CUcago Cubi tell short Sun day when they scored four times in the eighth inning and lost to Milwaukee 5-4. Trailing 54, the Cubs routed Warren Spann on singles by Al Heist, Ernie Banks L \ George Altaian and Frank Thomas' 17th homer. Glen Hobbie (10-15) took the loss, the 63rd for f"« Cubs against victories. The Cubs are idle today but go to Pittsburgh for a two-game series beginning Tuesday night Cardinals Split Doubleheader ST. LOUIS (AP) - Recovering from a nightmarish 18-4 defeat In the first game, the St. Louis Cardinals downed the Cincinnati Reds 4-2 in the nightcap of a doubleheader Sunday. iho Redbirds took a 21-hit shellacking in their worst defeat of the iseason in the first contest. The 'suffering pitchers were Larry I Jackson, Ron Kline and Bob Grim. I The safeties included a grand* I slam home run by Jerry Lynch. i Jay Hook allowed the Cards only six hits. One of them was a two-run homer by Moose Moryn. Ernie Broglio, who replaced Starter Bob Gibson and pitched three hitless innings in the night- j cap, gained credit for the victory. jHe now has a 13-5 record. i Ken Boyer hit a key two-run 1 single in the seventh in which the (Cardinals scored three runs. • The split caused the 'Cards to j drop to third place in the National League, 5Vs games behind first-, to resident* mtfun a 100 mile roOm place Pittsburgh, which took two from the Giants. Outdoor* OFFICERS INSTALLED Roy Edwards and Miss Rosalie Tohill were installed heads of the East Alton Leirion and Auxiliary, Saturday night. From left are: Leo Pujut, past fimt Trip Data Float trip fishermen are offered new free leaflets which list access points of various Float streams In Missouri by the Missouri Conservation Commission, Jefferson City, Mo. The leaflets provide data where small boats such as canoes could be launched at fords, bridge crossings and resorts. Fhe sheets have been prepared For 50 streams and are available only for Individual streams, not a net. New Bultete Hunters will have a new line of soft point bullets for animals ranging from small pests to the largest North American game, according to an announcement by Winchester-Western. The bul- ets, available in 14 calibers and various weights, offer fast mushrooming and heavy shock effect on all thin and medium skinned species. targe Tows The American Merchant Ma> rine Conference says that few persons realize that a modern river tow Is considerably larger ban the largest of ocean or lake hips and transports much more cargo. Many lake and ocean •easels average 700 to 800 feet n length compared to tows of ,000 feet or more In length. That is one fact all pleasure craft owners will concede after passing a tow. Invites Hunters The Nebraska Game Commls- ion is still making a drive to gain an influx of non-resident lunters this fall. Dick H. Schafer of the commission says that hunters can have their pick, a wuncing. mule deer or a fleeting vhite-tail. As a bonus, upland ame and waterfowl hunting Is Farley, second vice-president; ™r j p- r> i Iso open during deer hunting I Mrs. Leroy Woodard, chaplain; W OOd ttiver C.UD8 eason. Further information I Miss Audrey Ullrich, historian; commander of the post; Edward, Miss Tohill, and Miss Audrey Ullrich, past president of the Auxiliary. —- Staff Photo. New Legion Officers Seated at Wood River WOOD RIVER — Roy Edwards Mrs. Clyde Mertz, sergeant-at- and Miss Rosalie Tohill were in- larni9 , „* Mrs . Frank Panyik , „ ^ e * Combination Grain Elevator, Barge Built CHICAGO (AP) — A eombina- | tion grain elevator and barge— first of its kind on the Great Lakes — is under construction in a Chicago shipyard. It will permit ocean-going ships to load about 2,000 tons more stalled as commander and pres- secretary ident of the American Legion and _ ' Auxiliary in a joint installation , S P«* ial , - ----- ..... .... -— ...... of officers Saturday night at the ns - Gra n» e City. 22 nd District I grajn after leav ing the Calumet Ri VC r elevators .The 243-foot barge is «J"iPP«i with high-speed loading machinery. Legion hall. commander-elect; Ray Keller, . Other Legion officers installed ' BeIlevllle ' A , 22nd J 3 „** J~ m " were: A , Roy Hauseman, senior i™ ande £. Mrs ' Gison ' ,!„., U^^^^^o... fio,,« n Q ..u iWood River, 22nd District direc- „ . , . ..,..„, vice-commander, Glenn Clark, |f _ ol _ t „'„,, Marfa „,,„,„,,,, | It us being by Calumet ^Shipbuilding and Drydock Co. for Rogers Terminal and Shipping junior vice-commander; Clifford „ „ . . ™, . Davidson, adjutant; Leroy Wood-( Ea f St Louis - *** ard, sergeant-at-arms; Bart Hell- j rector - MBOC JSUlllVall, rung, treasurer; Bob Wilhite and; A potluck supper was served in| Inc Howard Mathus, executive board; I toe hal1 at 6:3 ° P- m - : and Ross Davidson, service offi-i Installing officers were Bert* Corp., a subsidiary of Cargill, East Alton Girl, 3, Hit by Car EAST ALTON — Lisa Dawn Hanson, 3, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Emmett F. Hanson, pastor of Hie Bethel Pentecostal Church, was admitted to the Wood River Township Hospital Saturday after being struck by a car in front of the Third Street Market. The automobile which struck the child was.-driven by Frank Lisciandra, 46 Pershing, Wood River. The child was taken to the hospital in an automobile driven by Homer Gray, 322 E. Dr., East Alton. The child's condition was reported as fair this morning. She suffered contusions of the left cheek and the left Upper arm. At Wealeyan EAST ALTON—Mrs. Nadlne W. Dugan, of East Alton, HI, and an instructor in the Wood River High School, has completed her third summer of study in the science institute program at Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomlngton. Upon writing the required thesis, Mrs. Dungan will be eligible for the degree of master of science teaching. Mrs. Dungan's advanced work was done in the field of biology. Roxana Youth Finishes CommunicationaSchool CHICAGO—Richard Earl Gid- dlngs, 20, of 506 S. Central, Roxana, 111., has been awarded a diploma upon successful completion of a 48-week residential training program in communications from DeVRY Technical Institute, 441 Belmont Ave., Chicago. When mud and ttetm ed 300 feet Into the atr from * recent test bore at New Zet- land's geothermal field M Wairakel. 400 tons of cement poured in failed to affect It. Engineers decided to let it Wow. cer. jHarris and Mrs. Arthur North-] Other auxiliary officers instal-iway. Mrs. Fannie Ullrich was I led were: Mrs. Roy Edwards,! the installing chaplain, first vice-president; Mrs. Bertha j BUYING THE RIGHT TIRE IS AS EASY AS B-F-G LIGHT DRIVING NORMAL omviNo may be gained by writing Ne-lMrs. Harley Mathis, treasurer; braskaland, State Capitol, Lincoln 9, Neb. Hsnki Decline The bald eagle has shown a notable increase in numbers in Illinois since 1940 while some hawks and owls have decreased in numbers, according to a publication issued by the Illinois Natural History Survey. The 3 Hurt in Auto Crash At Ninth and Penning Stage Annual Picnic WOOD RIVER — Thirty Cub WOOD RIVER — A mother and her son were admitted to Wood River Township Hospital f , -m f wDua mver lownsmp nospiuu Little Leagues Scouts of Troop 37 and their fam-j Sun day and a teenage girl re- KEJTNETT LEAGUE Eagles 7, Yankees 5 Trojans 12, Wildcats 4 Godfrey No. 1, 8, Cardinals 0 Trojans 17, Northside 6 Hornets win on forfeit from jilies attended the annual picnic jceived emergency treatment fol- |of the organization at Camp Slowing an auto accident at Pen- Warren Levis Sunday. Here's the right tire for HEAVY DRIVING IFI «fer SIUERTOWN H you »llt u» MM 7JO-I4 .«JO>t! MYIONTUMUM KACKWAU tiro. 32* «oro for 0«lv •••»»» M 2 TIRES '2 DOWN STOP AT THE StON OP THE SMILING TIREI 440 I. MOADWAY NO f-77M rough-legged hawk has suffered j Dodgers. the severest decline. The red- tailed hawk, the sparrow hawk, and the barred owl jalso have declined in numbers. The marsh hawk and the red - shouldered hawk are about as numerous as a half century ago. Ancient Sport Historians trace fishing backj to the ancient Egyptians, and itj probably goes back tO"~the stone! age whether as a sport or a! BfiWLiNG Boys of the Knights of Columbus sponsored troop enjoyed swimming, fishing, boating and hiking, it was reported by Cub- master Elmer Foutch. Picnic basket lunches were provided by the parents according to Joseph Kienstra, committee chairman for the event. To Make Tray Favors WOOD RIVER — The Wood ning and Ninth streets. Mrs. Paul Gurley and son, Paul, 1425 Williams St., were confined for observation. Mrs. Gurley complained of pain in the left side of her chest and the boy was treated for contusions. Both were released from the hospital this morning. Miss Brenda Rees, 441 Prospect St., driver of one car in- voved in the accident, in which the Gurley's were riding, was necessity of survival. But the last word on how to catch a fish is not yet settled and probably never will be, reported the Associated Fishing Table hirers. BOWL ENN Saturday Mixed L. Pedone 211-214, G. Mowrey 223, C. Williams 201, E. Kruckeberg 220-204 (609), B. Crepps 235. River Township Hospital Auxil-l tre f ted , for A le j ankle . fajury and released Sunday evening, iary will make tray favors Wed- The accident occurred, ac- nesday at 7 p.m. at the home'cording to police, when Miss of Mrs. Frederick Westerhold, j Rees was traveling north on She stop C? Ninth street at Penning, reportedly stopped for a sign and when she started forward a car driven by Kenny Davis, 17, 1401 E. Fifth St., Alton, heading east on Penning, collided with the left front section of her car. . Davis escaped injury but both cars had to be towed from the scene. Davis was charged with "fail ure to yiield right of way" and after pleading guilty before Police Magistrate Thornton J. Lancaster, was fined $5 and costs. RANP '/ / I'l !/'/>'//' MATINEES DAILY 12i48 TODAY A TUIi. 1:00 8:56 «:M ti4f PLUS: Robert Laturfn Kathy Carlyle At 2:80 5:20 «!«• STARTS WED. VYlffiN HMWO&OH tfttL pKJ, DISNEY'S "S'^V-, BIGGEST Molt* com HIT PRINCESS TONITE & TUES. .OPEN 6:45 tWU HOUSING INDIAN COLO* HITS lilllTSOK MlfflT tfft MtUri Da IMM Mb* "Sitting Bull" 7:20 "Indian Fighter" 9:10 STARTS WEDNESDAY 566 George. fined For Intoxication WOOD RIVER — Charles R. anglers requires favorable en- Buksas, 37, 3104 Jill Ave., Gran- ronments early in the life of jte City, was released from jail the fish. Fishing is unsatisfac- at 9:30 a.m. today after he was Illinois Coyote tory where channel catfish do (arrested at 12:30 a.m. for intoxi- Proof that coyotes, often called not attain a length of 12 inches i cation. brush wolves, can still be found j within four years. ' He was arrested at Ferguson j in the state, was proven recently | Channel catfish grow faster in j and Wood River avenues. He when such an animal killed by j impoundments of clear water'paid a fine of $5 and costs as- Earmers and sportsmen organized|than they do in muddy waters, jsessed by Police Magistrate) for the hunt, was properly identified. / The coyote was female and weighed 32 pounds. Conservation agents said the animal was about a year old and may haev been part dog. Catfish Age The Sport Fishing Institute says that channel catfish rarely live more than seven years. There- ore, production of fish attractive However, clear impoundments usually contain fewer channel cat fish than the muddy waters. Poor Eyesight Fish do not see very well, partly because of their eye structure and partly because, as one goes deeper in water, the light grows dimmer. But it is still amazing how the fish will find small baits at night and in muddy waters. DIP YOU KNOW! 1. Savers ot Pioso FIRST FEDERAL, the home of "E. I. P.'s, invested more than $1,800,000.00 during the 12 month period ending June 30, 1960. 2, You ore on "E. I. P, ot Pioso FIRST FEDERAL •Extremely Important Perao ( i Plasa First Federal (TATI • WAIL IT». MOW HO Mill FOR THE FASTEST ui BEST SERVICE Ut Ui PrMNi Vwr Fito. Mart ut White or Oiter, OpM Bvwy JNUo "ftt to Thornton J. Lancaster. Home From Vacation WOOD RIVER - Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Giehl, 822 Edwardsville Rd., returned home Sunday after a two weeks' vacation during which they visited relatives at Metamora and Evanston. Following the two stops the Giehls spent the major portion of their vacation at Ludington, Mich. East Alton Baptist Officers Meet Tonight EAST ALTON - The First Baptist Church will hold an officers meeting tonight at 7 o'clock in the Educational Building. Wednesday following the prayer service there will be a business meeting. L*AIR OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK LAST 2 NIGHTS! tUrrmg ROBERT RYAN CAROLYN JONES RICHARD BURTON A WAMU HOk —PLUS! ADVENTURE HIT— OPEN 7:80—START DtSK NOW ENDS WED. Dramatic Twosome Your Favorite Family Drive-In RlMLICHT BOK Office Oy>ni at 7i90 TONITE Tuesday FIRST RUN SHOWING gurriu B1CHABP BURTON. KatewTgysa f Carolya Joaet Ijlllf RANDOLPH *COTT IB CHUOB6N ADMITTED PBCB Phone OL 4-7887 Week Days Continuous from 7 PJM. Sun. Continuous from 1 PJM. No Parking; Prob|emi at Roxana TONITE Tony Curtis — Dean Martin Janet Leigh "WHO WAS THAT LADY" 9:00 Sophia Loren, Anthony Quinn Margaret O'Brien "HELLER IN PINK TIGHTS" Color 7:20 Solectod Shorts PLUS: Vincent Price in "THE BAT" R06£RT\ELf«NOfi PEPPARO-GEORGE HAMILTON EVERETT SLOANt LUANA PATTEN *. MMfICW*»* THE BUDGES AT TOKO-HI Open Dally 6 ISO. Start 7 p.m Adult* SOo Kiddie* 85c Tonight at 8:88 p.m. Hurt Lancaster Audrey Hepburn "THE UNFORGIVEN" Tonight at 7 US p.m. "ILOOO AND STEEL" Short Subject* 7 p.m. FAMILY NIGHTS Tuo*., Wod.. Thun. AU Seute 860. Matinee Every Wednesday. I<et the Uptown Be Your Baby Sitter for a Few Hour*. TUES, • WED, • THURS, An All LttUgbt Riot TUB*.. Thunt. 8145 IMU. Wed. 1:83, fi:05, 8:46 VWf OlMi.'i/S I' OUMBO TlUNU. TbUTi. 1lM OJB. w*4. mao, inn njn. PRINCESS Tues., Open 12:45 MATINEE ONLY STARTS - 1:30 "KIDDIES SUMMER FUN PARTY" Fun tor All Ag9* All Seals 25c SURPRISES GALORE fULL FEATURE HAFTED- PLUSi 3 STOOGES i LITTLE RASCAL COMEDIES OODRIve TONITEi ENDS WED, OPEN - 0:30 I (WHOM At WtOO Mm She* S«k(eeii •M TlvllUtilerW

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