Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1963 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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Section 2 Pages 1 §*26 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Spntt* Amusement* Clarified Established Jatitmry 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1963 7d Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Short-Term Money Would Cost More By SAM MWSON At* BnslttoM News Analyst NEW VORK (AP) - Tightening credit In the midst of an abundance of money Is the nent trick that the nation's top money managers would like to try. The idea Would be to give those who have funds to lend for a few weeks or months a higher return than at present, but at the same time make it no more expensive for you to buy on time or to finance a new home or for businessmen and local governments to handle their long term borrowing needs. The goal is to keep available short term funds contentedly invested at home instead of swell- Ing further the coffers of foreign businesses and governments. Some New York bankers say the trick can be done—that is, raise the charges the U.S. Treasury pays for short term bills and that bankers pay when they borrow from the Federal Reserve, but leaving untouched the prime rate that bankers charge businessmen with the highest credit stand- Ing. The money managers actually have been carrying out this split policy for some time in their fight to cut the outflow 01 American dollars and gold. They've kept short term rates fairly high compared with those on long term loans. Now the top financial men in Washington are talking of making short term borrowing even costlier—and still hopefully keeping long term money comparatively easy. Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon says a study by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York indicates that a rise in short term rates here could cut this nation's balance of payments deficit by $500 million. Since the balance has been running against the United States at an annual rate of $3.2 billion, every little bit would help. New York bankers have been talking for at leust two months of the probability of a hike in the discount rate to make short term borrowing more expensive. This rate is what the Federal Reserve charges member banks to borrow funds. This rate traditionally sets the pace for the banks' own charges to their customers. 'Red? Allen Innocent in Smith Killing BELLEVILLE, 111. (AP)-A directed verdict of innocent was ordered Tuesday in the murder trial of John F. (Red) Allen. Circuit Judge Quinten Spivey made the order after defense attorney Edward Neville moved for the directed verdict on grounds that self defense had been established. Allen, a former bartender and gangster Frank (Buster) Wortman's Paddock Lounge in East St. Louis, was charged with killing Bud Smith May 5, 1962. Allen shot Smith in East St. Louis after Smith allegedly drove against Allen's parked car. Several witnesses testified that Smith also was armed at the time of the shooting. Killed as She Sat oil Sun Porch BLOOMINGTON, III. (AP)-A Le Roy woman died early today of injuries suffered Tuesday when she was critically injured in a freak auto mishap while visiting her father in a nursing home. Mrs. Helen Rundell, 50, died in St. Joseph's Hospital. She was silting on the sun porch at the rear of the home, officials said, when an auto ripped through one end of the porch, striking her. The auto, driven by Ruben McClure, 85, carded Mrs. Rundell on the hood through another wall and for 74 feet before she fell off to the lawn, police said. The auto continued across the lawn and stopped when it hit another house. Police said MeClure, of Bloom ington, had apparently started to back his auto out of the driveway and lost control of the vehicle. Hearing Set On Chicago School Suit CHICAGO (AP) — A federal judge has o . d c r e d Chicago's school board to answer by July 30 charges of 20 Negro families that public schools are racially segregated because children are required to attend schools closest to their homes. Judge Julius J. Hoffman tenta tively set Sept. 9 for trial of an injunction suit — filed in 1961 — seeking to overturn the neighborhood school system, called de facto segregation by opponents. All schools are open to all children of all races, but a school in a Negro neighborhood has mostly Negroes attending it. The judge told the parties that the suit—the oldest on his calendar—"will be the first case that I try in the fall." Judge Hoffman said he does not think the issues will be hard to resolve. He said such litigation "should be settled out of comt because of the devastating effect these issues have on the community. . ." The judge dismissed the suit a year ago, ruling that lie could not take jurisdiction until the families had exhausted all remedies available to them in the courts of Illinois. On June 26, however, the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals directed that Judge Hoffman hear the suit. In that decision, the Circuit Court followed a ruling earlier in -Turn by the U.S. Supreme Court on a comparable case Hint civil rights suits may be carried directly to the federal courts. The Negro families suing have 40 children registered in South Side schools. SALE MEN'S HUSH PUPPIES Discontinued Styles SAVE 40% WO 5*8351 Imagine <— Shoes that weigh, a mere 12 ounces yet qan t§ke the roughest wear, right in their stride, Crepe sole, steel shanks, 643, M & W. Two Dogs at Jersey Died Of Poisoning JERSEW1LLE - Two dogs owned by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wai- rip on Jerseyville Rle. 2 were apparently poisoned Monday night according to Information released Tuesday morning from the office of Sheriff Paul Miller. Another dog in the same vicinity belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Dean Grizzle was also poisoned ml had not died up to Tuesday noon. Three cats at the Wai trip home and one at the Grizzle residence also nte some of the poison nnd died. Investigation showed the dogs wore kept on the premises and could not have obtained it from any other sources than poisoned hail being brought to the homes and left there by parties unknown. Cyanide or strychnine is believed to have been used in poisoning Ihe food. Chemical tests were to l)e made to determine the exact !>oison used. Several empty cans that had contained dog food were found by officers in the area where the poison was distributed. Sheriff Miller reported Tuesday morning that tests made by the Illinois State Laboratory at Springfield Monday on the brain of a dog sent there for analysis were negative. The dog was shot in the vicinity of the Cletus Heitzig farm Sunday evening. No Objectors To $103,960 Airport Budget BETHALTO — The 5103,960 bud- jet of Civic Memorial Airport Authority will stand as official for the coming year since no objec- :ors appeared at Tuesday night's niblic budget hearing. The board, a month ago, adopted the budget which was on display at authority offices for the jast 30 days. Since there weren't any objec- ions to the budget for 1963-64, it will go into effect immediately. There cannot be any other business conducted at a public hearing, but Richard Rook, chairman, welcomed Beaumont Parks to the ward as a new member. Wood River Club Inducts Member WOOD RIVER — George Phillips, industrial relations assistant oC Sinclair Oil Refinery, was inducted into Rotary Club Monday noon by William Luening, manager of the refinery. Visiting Rotarians included: lenn Kinzer, Collinsville; O. p 1 . Whitlock, Denny Foster, Ed Meyer, Tom Butler, John Young and Don Schwuchow, Alton; Bud Henderson, Granite City; Wilbur Trimpe, Bethalto. Rotary Club to Observe Ladies' Night at Jersey JERSEYV1LLE - The Jerseyville Rotary Club will observe Ladies Night the evening of July 23 according to announcement made Monday noon at the weekly dinner meeting of the organization at the Peace United Church of Christ. The Rotarlans and Rotary Anns will visit Camp Warren Levls and plans for the program will include demonstrations by Boy Scouts. There will be no regular meeting of the local club on Mon- Wood River WOM Told About Conclave WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Otis Logan, chairman, and the College of Regents, presented the program at the Tuesday meeting of the Women of the Moose in the Moose Hall. Filling the stations were: Mrs. James Crouch, senior regent; Mrs. Fred Abner, junior regent; Mrs. Fred Hermann, junior graduate regent; Mrs. John De Cola, chaplain; and Mrs. Duke Dudley, treasurer. Mrs. Dudley reviewed highlights of the recent state convention held at Mooseheart. Ceremonies were conducted for the presentation of the red tassel to Mrs. James Logan. It was announced a special meeting of committee and department chairmen will be held at 8 p.m. July 15 in the hall to plan programs, activities and projects for the coming months. Prizes were awarded for games during the social hour. Refreshments were served. day preceding the Ladies Night meeting. At the meeting here Monday noon, the business session was presided over by Paul Carey. Kentner Rice was program chairman. Charles Hamilton of the Jerseyville Junior Chamber of Commerce discussed the beauty contest lo bo sponsored at the Jersey County Fair. Hamilton related in detail the prizes to be awarded the winners in the top brackets and those who are the runners up. During the business session the club also took up a special collection for the "Overseas Niece" of the organization. The school girl in Hong Kong is Diana Tsang Ching May whom the club adopted ,a number of months ago. HELSINKI - Finland's government has announced new ceiling prices on several consumer Items. VACANT AND READY FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 8-ROOM BRICK MEDALLION HOME LOCATED IN UPPER ALTON ONLY 4 YEARS OLD •k Fully cnrpeted with drapes nnd cathedral ceilings •k Mot water heat if -I large bedrooms it Large living room with stone fireplace if Dining room pass through to kitchen it Family room, built-in book shelves if Kitchen, birch cabinets, built- in electric oven, range and dishwasher if Ceramic, tile if Washer-dryer space with birch cabinets above ir Two ceramic tile baths if Nine closets 2 walk-In. 7 sliding door if Attached large double garage, heated and Insulated if Divided basement if Full bath with 2 closets, playroom with outside entrance ir rcnced-in swimming pool if Patio off living room * Fcncod-ln back yard with lares; oak trees. it Extra double garage on back of lot. 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