Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 12, 1963 · Page 29
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Wednesday, June 12, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1983 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTY-ONE find! Outdoors with Harold Brunei Harry Nlnimons offering young bull moose n cookie. Canadian Fishing Trip A group of 12 Greater Alton area residents flew in three private airplanes from Civic Memorial Airport to Doug Hook's C ti m p near Kenora, Canada last Wednesday for several days of exciting fishing. The pilots were iVIilford Wnls- (on, and Clwrles Albrccht flying Cessna 310's, and Dr. Kobcrt Lynn flying a Cessna 182. T h e twin-engine planes made tho Irip each way in about -ll-i hours compared to about five hours and <15 minutes for the single engine plane. Others in the party included Walston's sons, Larry and Jerry, Dr. Lynns son, Robert Jr., Homer Adams, Hurry Mninioiis, Dong Balr, Keith Graves, Harry Butler, Edwardsville, and Kobcrt Bell, Clayton, Mo. *- ^~~Took Limits "All plus caught the legal limits of .six species per person," Nimmons said. 'Our catches included Walleyes, northerns and bass but none were record breakers." One , afternoon Albrecht and Nimmons were fishing on a lake and spied a young bull 'moose of about three weeks old, ashore. Nimmons approached the moose offering a cookie and got within six or seven feet of thp animal. Then he tossed the cookie and the I moose ate it. The mother moose [apparently was no where near. "The area is also noted for its hunting," Nimmons said. "We also saw cow moose, several deer and a large black bear. The area Is frozen in and isolated in winter when temperatures often hit 50 degrees below zero." The group flew home Sunday evening with some most pleasant memories. River Fishing The fish are biting in the Mississippi River downstream from Alton Locks and Dam, reported Charles Overath, Sanborn Avenue. Monday in a 2% hour period, Overath and John Hernandez, Brown Street, scored 10 walleyes averaging up to three pounds, 14 striped bass averaging one pound, and a 4Mi-pound carp. .The men took all their fish on a white Harasser jig made by Overulh. They saw other anglers hook fish thai benl rods double but the anglers were unable to land (hem or even bring them to the surface. An estimated 500 walleyes, stripers and bass were taken in that area of the Mississippi in the previous two days, Overath said. Saturday Overath, Bill Gilbert and Vernie Marmlno scored 41 large bluegill on worms and Ha- rnssers in a private lake near Fidelity. They also scored 22 black bass and three warmouth bass on black Harasscrs. Overath even caught a water snake that struck the jig. Family I'lc-nlc The Alton Wood River Sportsmen's Club is sponsoring an old fashioned family picnic Sunday on its grounds in Godfrey for members and guests, announced Mel Rushing, club president. Events begin at noon and include good old fashion fun such as egg throwing contest, horseshoe pitching, hole in one golf, sack race, tug of war, archery, open bait casting, idddie rides, pie throwing, wet •sponge throwing and many others. Fish sandwiches and other foods will be available. "The dam of our new lake in front of the trapshooting house was completed last Friday," Rushing said. "The first water was accumulated in the lake dur- Snead Makes Open for 23rd Time B> DON WEISS Associated Press Sports Writer Sam Snead, competing with 11' golfers in the toughest sectiona qualifying competition of them al at Purchase, N.Y., Tuesday fired rounds of 69 and 71 for a 140 tota that easily put him among the ISO-man line-up for the Oppn al The Country Club in Brookllne June 20-22. It'll be Snead's 23rd attempt for the Open title. The last 99 places for Brookline Were determined at seven locations Tuesday, with 45 berths awarded at Purchase, 20 at Detroit, 10 at Pittsburgh, 7 each nt Atlanta and Winchester, Mass., 6 at Bakersfield, Calif,, and 4 at Fort Worth. The first 30 were settled Monday at six other spots. The 129 survivors will join 21 exempt players, headed by defending champion Jack Nicklaus, n next week's battling for the 53rd Open championship. Among the chief players vnlss- tig will be Jerry Barber, the 1961 PGA champion; Lew Worsham, winner of the Open in 1947 in a playoff with Snead; former PGA winners Jim Turnesa, Jim Ferrier and Denny Shute; and such regulars on the PGA tour as Ken Venturi, Don Whitt, B!ll Collins, Rex Baxter and Jerry Steelsmith. Barber's 36-hole total of 151 shut him out at Detroit, where veteran ardner Dickinson led the field —as well as the nation — with rounds of 68-67—135. Venturi, Wliitt, Steelsnnith, Baxter Collins, Turnesa and Ferrier we casualties in the New York el.minations. won by B>>h Schoen- r Jr., with a 139 total. For the two days of firing, Dow Finstorwald of Toquasta, Fla., was the low scorer with 69-P4—133 n Monday's p. 1 .minations at Cin- ciniiati. ng the rain Monday evening. The ake will eventually provide additional fishing waters." Madison County Conservation Inspector Don Hastings, Edwardsville, las completed his probationary period and is now certified under he state personnel code as a Conservation Inspector for Madison County. He may be contacted m conservation matters by writ- ng to him at Rte. 3, Box 283, Ed- vardsville, or calling information or his telephone number. Godfrey Speedway STOCK CAR RACKS EVERY THURSDAY! TIME TRIALS 7:30 P.M. Racing 8:30 P.M. 2 New Modern Rest Rooms 2 New Concession Stands New Lighting System City Water Now Installed Bleachers Cleaned and Repainted ADMISSION $1.25 MIDGET AUTO RACES Coming Again Sunday, July 71 GODFREY SPEEDWAY Formerly Alton Speedway, Now Under New Management ROUTE 111 1 MILE NORTH OF GODFREY SIU Hopeful of Placing High in National Meet CARBONDALE - Sparkling efforts by all six of its entries in the first annual U.S. Track and Field Federation meet at Houston last weekend have boosted Southern Illinois University's hopes of faring well in this week's NCAA extravaganza at Albuquuerque, N. M. The Salukis, fourth a year ago in the NCAA behind Oregon, Villanova and Southern California, claimed runner-up team honors in the USTFF meet by collecting 44 points. Substituting quality (or quantity, Southern scored a pair of firsts, A second) two thirds and a fourth In one of Its finest exhibitions since Lew Hartzog took over the coaching reins three seasons ago. While excited with the obvious sharpness of each member of his skeleton squad at Houston, Hartzog selected Bob Green's victorious performance in the 120-yard hurdles as the most. outstanding, reen, a Washington, D.C., sophomore, hit the first three obstacles before shifting gears and roaring in with a :13.9 clocking for a new SIU record. The 6-1, 195- pounder held the previous mark at 14.1 seconds. Jim Stewart, a Raleigh, N.C sophomore, also established a ne SIU standard in the century wher he was timed in :9.5 while pla ing third behind Purdue's Na Adams and Gary Ray of Auburt Stewart was fourth in the 220. Bill Cornell's half-mile victory at Houston was a boon, too, and It now appears as though SIU may produce the NCAA champion for the second straight year. Last season Jim Dtipree won the half while Cornell was runncrup In 4:00.5 behind Oregon's Dyrol Burleson In the mile. Duprec, however, encountered scholastic difficulties this spring and Cornell has apparently made a successful conversion as Indicated by his fine 1:49.3 time. Brian Turner, who like Corne Is a junior from England, wa was third in the mile run at Hous ton, but will enter the three-mil run in NCAA competition wher was second in 1962. George Woods, the third sopho more member of Southern's elit group and a product of Sikestor Mo., claimed the Saluki's othe second place finish last weeken with a 58 feet, four inch effort i the shot put. Both Windy City Teams Suffer Loss CHICAGO (AP)— Defeat came suddenly for both the Chicago Cubs and White Sox Tuesday light. At Houston, Bob Aspromonte's grand-slam home run in the last of the 10th powered the Colts to a 6-2 triumph over the Cubs. At Comiskey Park, a ninth-inning double by Bernie Allen drove n the tie-breaking ran to give the Minnesota Twins an 8-6 victory over the White Sox, who clung ,o their one-game American _,eague lead. Third-place Baltimore was beaten by Cleveland and the idle New York Yankees moved into second. The Colts made only one hit off Cubs' starter Larry Jackson un,il the sixth, when they bunched !our for two runs and a 2-1 lead. The Cubs tied it in the top of he ninth on Dick Bertell's triple and Don Landrum's single. Easton Named PE Instructor CARLINVILLE—Andrew Easton, industrial arts and boys' physical education teacher in the junior high school here last year, has been named high school boys' physical education instructor for the coming school year. He will continue as line coach in football and will be head track coach, announced Dr. R. E. Leasman, superintendent of schools. Easlon, who joined the Carlinville faculty last fall, assisted Coach Carl Schonebaum in molding a "group of inexperienced boys into a team which was undefeated in football," said Leasman. Easton's junior high track team had good success this spring and won a total of six trophies. The Cubs are at San Francisc< tonight with Bob Buhl, 5-4, fac ing the Giants' Billy O'Dell,, 8-2 or Bob Bolin, 2-0. Doubles by Lenny Green an Harmon Killebrew in the top o the eighth sent Minnesota into 6-5 lead. Then in the bottom o the inning, Dave Nicholson col lected his only hit of the game- home run No. 13—to tie the score The blow ended ace relief pitch er Bill Dailey's scoreless strea at 19 1-3 innings. In the ninth, Sox fireman Hoyt Wilhelm hit Rich Rollins with pitch. Rollins moved to second on a sacrifice and scored on Allen' double. Allen tallied the insurance run on Jim Hall's pinch-hit sin gle. The loss was pinned on Wil helm, his fifth against one vie tory, .as the Twins jumped on four Sox pitchers for 16 hits, includ ing six doubles. Dailey was cred ited with his first victory. The Los Angeles Angels move into Comiskey Park today for a twi-night doubleheader. Chicagi starters are Juan Pizarro, 6-2 and Johnny Buzhardt, 6-2. They will meet Mel Nelson, 2-3, ant Bob Turley, 1-5. Minor League Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Richmond 5, Indianapolis 4 (1] innings) Rochester 3-7, Arkansas 0-2 Buffalo 5, Columbus 2 Syracuse 3, Atlanta 2 Jacksonville at Toronto, ppd. Pacific Coast League SeaUle 2, Spokane 1 Salt Lake City 7, Denver fi Dallas-Fort Worth 6, San Diego Portland 6, Tacotna 4 Oklahoma City 5, Hawaii 3 Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL CHEVROLET Venezuela Elections Nearing By PAUL FINCH CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) Still battling diehard Castro-Corn- munists, Venezuela is hurtling toward an historic and probably violent election for the successor to President Romulo Betancourt. Four candidates already are campaigning at full tilt and a fifth will appear next month—the long- awaited choice of Befancourt's own big worker-peasant party. Democratic Action. No matter who wins the more election itself would be a victory for democracy in this oil-wealthy but underdeveloped country. Betancourt has been under attack by Communists—as well as right-wing plotters—since shortly after he took office in 1959 and refused to let Communists take part in his coalition government. It was hardly a surprise to any Venezuelan a week ago when a special commission of the Organization of American States said Fidel Castro'sCuba has picked Venezuela as its principal target. Betnncourt appears to have gathered local support gradually as he has taken his own steps against Communists in answer to terrorism, oil installation sabotage, and two full-scale revolts last year. He has suspended the Communists as a party and banned them from the presidential and congressional elections, tentatively set for November. He has asked the Supreme Court to outlaw the party entirely. Apparently weary of temporarily suspending constitutional guarantees to gain extra police powers. Betancourt last week asked Congress to pass an emergency law providing the first stiff sentences for terrorists who shoot police men and burn down factories. Diplomats say C o m u n i s ts have lost prestige in Venezuela since 1958, when they took credit for helping to oust dictator Marcos Perez Jimenez. Betancourt's successor must be as strong as he or it will yet be possible to overthrow Venezuelan democracy, say diplomats. Betancourt is believed to be sounding out the army, the church and other influential groups for opinions on the candidate that should be picked at his party's convention next month. Democratic Action claims more than a million peasants and workers plus several thousand government employes will be the decisive factor in the expected November turnout of 4 million. In 1961 railroads used 3,382,000,000 gallons of diesel oil: 93,570,000,000 kilowatt hours of electricity to power their locomotives. Ruling Expected On Grain Boat Loading Issue CHICAGO (AP) - A federal court ruling is expected Thursday in the dispute between the National Labor Relations Board and a union whose members have refused to load a stranded Canadian grain vessel. Judge James B. Parsons of U.S. District Court Tuesday allowed the State Department to enter the suit as a friend of the court before setting the date for his decision. Irving Friedman, lawyer for the Grain Elevator Workers Local 418. an affiliate of the International Ixingshorrmens Association, told newsmen that before the judge rules, the maritime trades department of the AFL-CIO will seek to enter as a friend of the court. The Howard L. Shaw, owned by Upper Lakes Shipping, Ltd. of Toronto, has been idle since she arrived April 22 lo take on a cargo r grain from the Continental Grain Co.'s Chicago elevator. Elevator workers employed at Continental have refused to load the Shaw, manned by members of the Canadian Maritime Union. The grain loaders side with the Seafarers International Union, which is involved in a dispute with the shipping company over the makeup of crews. SIU crews formerly were employed, but last year the Upper Lakes firm signed on CMU members. The NLRB contends the elevator workers are engaged in an illegal secondary boycott and wants Judge Parsons to grant an injunc- U. S. Flying Medical Supplies to Pakistan tion to end the boycott. The elevator workers maintain the grain company and the shipping concern are acting in concert KARACH , p akistan (AP1-U.S. and cannot be considered separate entities. This factor, they Ambassador Walter P. 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