Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 9, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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Section 2 V ,4 18 V 1 -.> . Sport* fHU<iem« Ctritstjlcd •--'•'"•— li, 1836, •• 9, less 7c Per Cppy Member of the Associated Teeii-Age Job Seekers Top National Problem tty SAM t)A\VSON At* tiiirineM No\vs Attfclyat NEW YOftK (AP) - Teen-age job seekers are ,a top tiatlona problem t6diiy> Thd humbef'who can't find -work increases even though the total of employed 6: all ages crosses the 70-MtlH6ti mark for tho first time. Even In an expanding economy the problem may get worse bo fore It Improves, because of n stil larger Influx ot youngsters to come. At tho other end of the age scale, union workers arc center- Ing their battles tills year on schemes for job security rather (ban higher wage rates. This wa the crucial point in the steel lu- bor pact and in the fight between tho railroads rmd their unions. Even so, In many basic Indus tries tbe number of employes has dropped wbile the units of production per worker have increased. Total employment crossed the fiO-million mark just 1.5 years ago. Since then stool production workers have declined in number by about 20 PCM- cent, although output per worker has gone up by about 35 per cent. Last year 12 per cent fewer motor vehicle workers turned out 55 per cent more cars than in 1948. In the same period, the number of railroad employes dropped 40 per cent wbile freight ton-miles per worker rose 48 per cent. The big gains in total employment have been in the service industries, and in the technical and more highly skilled jobs in the production fields. It is this accent on training and skill which thwarts many teen-age job seekers. Those who are returning to school this fall may achieve the training goals. Many of those who are dropping out of school will still have to scramble for the job opportunities open to beginners. Those whose education isn't enough to take on the on-job training that a mechanized economy demands will be hard pressed. TEMPERANCE, PLEASE! PHILADELPHIA (/P) — A member of the original Congress, Dr. Benjamin Rush, once complained that American commanders drank too rriu'ch." He proposed that Congress ration intoxicants to generals, and that any officer who consumed more than one quart of whisky or got drunk more than once in 24 hours be reprimanded at the head of his unit, Seven Treated at i 'ersey tiospital Mucoupin School Trustee Resigns CARLINVILLE - The Macoupin County Board of School Trustees has accepted the resignation of Stanley P. Konneker, who was elected to serve as a school board member for the Carlinvllle Community Unit School District No. 1, thus necessitating he give up the position as member of the county board of school trusties. The board appointed Mclvin Addcn of Mount Olive to serve until Ihe next primary election at which time the voters will elect someone to fill the unexpired six-year term of Konnekcr. Bethalto Firemen to Clean Park BETHALTO - Bethalto fire- nen will begin to prepare the village park tonight for the an- uial homecoming which will be leld Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 and 2, t was announced today by Chief William Ringering. Ringering said the men have jeen planning the annual affair since February and have the schedule well outlined. He said he men will clean the park, set ight poles, string wire, and clean umber for stands. The group made final plans at Is regular meeting Monday night. Also tonight, the Firemen's Aux- liary will host the Madison Coun- y Firemen's Auxiliary monthly meeting at the firehouse. ' CHECKING UP MIAMI (/P)—Joseph Quinones old police his pedigreed French poodle was stolen and that the hleC telephoned him later and asked for the dog's diet. JERSEYVILLE - Charles Prill of Jersoyville was treated at tho Jersey Community Hospital at 6 a.m. Sunday after he caught his left hand in a corn shelter lacerating the second and middle fingers. Sutures were needed to close the wounds. Others treated for minor injuries were: Barbara Boushka, 13, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Boushka of Jorseyville who cut her right wrist on a bed lamp at In?] 1 home Monday morning and was brought to the local hospital at' 11:30 a.m. where the wound was sutured. Michael Roberts, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herald Roberts of Dow incurred a laceration on the left side of his face Sunday evening when he fell from the top bunk bed at his home. He was taken to the hospital where sutures were used to close the laceration. Gloria Price, 8-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Price of Graflon was brought to the loc- il hospital at 5 p.m. Sunday for treatment after she fell and apparently frightened the dog who :>H her, lacerating the bridge of :ier nose, right nostril and right upper lip.. She was treated and released. Thomas Dawson, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Dawon of Jerseyville was treated at the hospital at 7:30 p.m. Sunday after falling and hitting his head on a picnic table lacerating the left eyebrow. The wound was sutured. Steve Whitehead, 8, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Whitehead of Fieldon, stepped on a board with a nail in it and Incrfft'ed a puncture wound of the right foot. He was brought to the hospital at 2:45 p.m. Sunday and was treated and dismissed. Mrs. Horace Vandygriff of Brighton was brought to the hospital at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. She was involved in a car accident near Dow and sustained a laceration of the left knee and forehead and abrasions of the nose. Following treatment she was released. Probably less is known of the archeology of the Guadalupe Mountains of Texas «than any other area in the Southwest. Jury Acquits •$ '" * V JL outskirts -of Peorla. Another gh«t- ton brother. Hoy, was kif!|d(S» IB June 1949 on his Fairfieltf Infflrt by an unknown gunmen. ,*y, i The two other Shelton OBSERVE FINANCE MEETING Peter MeFarlane, left center, and Denny Wooff, right, officers in the recently completed Illinois Boys' State sponsored by the Alton Post 126 American Legion, were invited to sit in briefly at the meeting of the Alton City Coun- cil finance committee Monday night. Later the boys were transported to the United Steel Workers Hall where they were introduced to Sen. Paul Douglas who was visiting in this area. Former Jersey an Gets Degree 10 Years* O ' Four Children Later JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Robert Jobe of Loretla, Pa., who is visiting here has completed requirements and received a bachelor of arts degree from St. Francis Colege in Lorella where her husband is a member of the faculty. Mrs. Jobe, housewife and mother of four children, took her college work at intervals and achieved her degree 10 year after beginning her higher education. She took "time out" from her goal to have four children, and two years assisted her husband secure his degree, teaching part time in addition to her household duties. Mr. Jobe is in the history department: at St. Francis College. Mrs. Jobe's major is in Latin a subject for which she had a special talent in high school. She took her first two years' high school work at the Jersey Community High Schoolarid the last two years at Monticello College in Godfrey. Before her marriage Mrs, Jobe was Miss Mary Jacobs, and she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Jacobs of Sarasota, Fla., formerly of Jer- TRUST U'SMOV°£ft 4 MIUION'HAVt-SINCE 1898 300 EAST BROADWAY AIR CONDITIONED FREE STORESIDE PARKING HOB ******** ANOTHER FRANKLIN UN3ON BARGAIN! \f< 8-PIECE BUNK BED GROUP COMPLETE INCLUDES; g Twin or Bui* Beds % Oozy afottreuses 2 Sturdy Spring* LmWor and.Guard Kail NO MONEY DOWN $5,00 A MONTH just the thing for those young cowhands—sturdily constructed for long rough use. Finished in Salem Maple and designed with the wagon wheel western motif. OPEN TIL 9 PM MONDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY! seyville. Mrs. Jobe and children are spending some time in Jerseyville as guests of City Police Officer and Mrs. Charles W. Moses. Mrs. Jobe came to attend the reunions of her classes at the local high school and at Monticello College, and during her stay has served as a counselor at the Outdoor Education Camp at Lake of Ozarks State Park, Kaiser, Mo. while local groups attended the trip sponsored by the Jersey County Boys and Girls Club. Ends Terms As Head of Legion Unit HARDIN — Mrs, Paul Aderton of Hardin ended her term as pr ident of the American Legion Auxiliary's Third Division by presiding over the annual meeting of the division Saturday and Sunday in Jerseyvillc. Mrs. Aderton is a past president of Calhoun Unit 636 in Hardin, and past director of the 20th district. She has also served on committees of the Department of Illinois. The activities in Jerseyville opened Saturday evening with a dinner and dance in the American Legion Hall. Speakers at the banquet included Mayor James F. Dolan, John Geiger, national alternate executive committeeman of the American Legion, and Mrs. Gwendolyn Boyd who represented the Auxiliary's department president. The business session of the convention opened at 9:30 a.m. Sunday in the VFW hall. Guests at this meeting included Mrs. Velma Warren, chapeau department- ale of the Eight and Forty; Mrs. Homer Roman, first vice president of the Department of Illinois; and Mrs. Gwendolyn Boyd, second vice president. -Mrs. How ard Devine served as Mrs. Aderton's personal page at the convention; Mrs. William Stone has served as her secretary. Musical entertainment during the morning was furnished by a vocal quartet from Hardin, which included Mrs. Loyal Linthicum, James Mielke and Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Aderton, son and daughter-in-law of President Aderton. Accompanist was Mrs. James Lorsbach. Mrs. Aderton also introduced her granddaughter, Janet Aderton, who had been I hoi Hardin unit's delegate to G i i' 1 s State last year, and another son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aderton Jr. A memorial program was presented by Mrs. Algard. Division officers named to serve for a one-year term were: Mrs. Gerakline Rider of Pcoria, president; Mrs, Grace Daniels of Quincy, first vice president; Mrs. Barbara Schmidt of Moline, second vice president; Mrs, Peg King o' Tallula, chaplain; and M r s. Margaret Eckhardt of Normal, treasurer. Mrs. Aderton and Mrs. Ryder were elected delegate and alternate to the state and national conventions, An afternoon pur- fide closed the convention. Black Marketers Raided in Cuba MIAMI, FJa. (AP) — Government authorities have raided, four clandestine auto repair shops in Havana and arrested their owners, the Cuban radio reported, The broadcast said Monday that the shop operators W ere speculating in parts. One man was accused of setting a price of $20 on a clutch plate worth $2,88. Firemen Plan Supper at Meadowbrook MEADOWBROOK — The Volunteer Firemen's Assn. met Monday night to finalize plans for a chicken supper to be served July 20 at the firehouse. Proceeds will be used to purchase additional fire equipment. The group also made plans for hosting the Madison County Fire men's Assn. Aug. 15. FAIRFIfit$J, : I11. (AP)-A Circuit Court ^iiry early today acquitted Charles (Black Charlie) Harris, a former member of the notorious Shelton gang, of slaying a 74-year-old farmer. The jury of eight men and four women returned the not guilty verdict at 3:30 a.m. after deliberating 10 hours. The jury began deliberating at 5:30 p.m. Monday after hearing closing arguments in the five-day trial. Harris, 66, was charged with murder in the slaying of a farm neighbor, Howard Taylor, 74. Harris pleaded innocent. The trial began in the court of Judge Robert Cotton of Paris after more than 400 prospective jurors were examined. Tho jury was chosen after a week of examinations. i One of Uie final witnesses told the court Taylor offered him money last summer to "get rid of Harris." Virgil Vaughn, a former Fairfield resident now living in Chicago, testified Taylor told him "Har- his has go to go." Harris owned a farm outside Fairfield. Taylor's bullet-riddled body was found in his car on a rural road southeast of Fairfield Jan. 5. Police said 4 bullets were found in Taylor's body and another 14 punctured his car. The shooting occurred near Harris' home. Harris was wounded in the arm the same day. Harris, an ex-convict and a member of the prohibition era Shelton gang, testified that he was carrying feed to his farm Rent Electric Carpet FOR ONLY $1 Now you can rent the new Blue Lustre Electric Carpet Shampooer for only $1 per day with purchase of famous Blue Lustre Shampoo. 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