Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 12, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 12, 1963
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PAGE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, AUGUST 18,1963 Wiiitjeii, Jones, Smart Are Retired by Olin Business Regulation Clarified By SAM DAWSON AP Business News Analyst NEW YORK (AP)-Self-policing vs. government controls—an increasingly sore point in business- government relations—is brought sharply into focus today by an official study of what makes the stock market tick. How the question is finally settled is of great importance to investors, large and small—and by Implication to other parts of the business world fearful of increased or proposed government regulation. Stock exchanges and other handlers of securities think — as do leaders in many other industries—that since they are closest W1NTJEN, JONES-2-24-2 Andrew Wintjen, Mary W. Jone; and W. Rexford Smart have re tired fom the East Alton plants o Olin Mathieson. Wintjen had over 22 years o continuous company service. H> began his employment April 4 1941, as a con stniotion labora i n the g e n e r a plant mainten atice department Fro m 1941 to 1942 lie Worked as a carpenter In 1942 he be came a mil wright and re- Wintjt'ii mained in tha capacity until his retirement. Wintjen and his wife, Bertha are parents of three daughter and one son. They live at 71 Car son, Wood River. Two daughter; are employed by Olni. Nell Lope: is employed in the metallic manu facturing inspection departmen and Erma Cooperider is employ ed in the em'pty shot shell depart ment. Mrs. Jones was previously em ployed by Olin at various limes to their problems they are best from Ig2g to Ig35 However net equipped to regulate themselves contimious service dated from and stop or prevent malpractice that bilks the stock-buying public. They point to recent tightening of their own rules and stepped up vigilance. A special panel study of securi ty marketing practices for the Securities, and Exchange Com mission holds—as apparently do many government officials in oth er lines — that self-regulation is fine but that the SEC should be given more powers to see that the policing is done, and along lines held by the government to be best for the investing public. The theme of the study seems to be that "no business is eager for regulation" and firm "government oversight" is needed to see that the policing is done properly. Stock exchanges do considerable policing of their member brokerage houses and several times of late have cracked down on rule infractions. The much larger over-the- counter market of stocks unlisted on any exchange is regulated by the National Association of Securities Dealers, set up by law to supervise activities of some 5,000 firms, involving 100,000 persons. SEC Chairman William L. Gary says his agency will discuss the issue of still stricter self-policing vs. more government controls with the stock exchanges and the over-the-counter leaders before asking Congress for any new powers—beyond those already sought and now currently before the House after passage by the Senate. What Congress might do next year, if the issue is raised (hen, depends on many things—including the course of stock prices, any fresh scandals, the general trend of conservatism vs. liberalism. Baum Reunion Held in Jersey JERSEYVILLE - Approximately 80 persons attended a reunion of the descendants of William and Anna Baum Sunday at the Lions Club playground. A basket dinner was served at 4 p.m. It was voted to hold another reunion next year at the same time. June 21, 1951 Jones ing, metallic when she began as an operator in the tracer charge department. She later worked as an operator in the special salvage, ejection cartridge, empty shot shell, metallic manufac t u r- loading, detonator primer, metallic packing and shot shell loading departments. Earliei this year she became a tracei charger in the tracer department, the position from which she retired. Mrs. Jones lives on a farm on Rte. 1, Alton. She has three laughters and one son. Smart joined the company Sept. , 1953, as a custodian in the ana- ytical laboratory. He later worked in the same capacity in the de- department and ballistic proof house before returning to the analy t i c a 1 labora tory in 1955. The next year he went to the f a b r icating de- partm e n t as a trucker and later held various jobs onator Smart in the production :ool, shot shell loading, empty shot shell and metallic loading departments. In 1961 he went to the >roduction tool department as a ool crib clerk and remained there until retirement. Smart and his wife, Junia, live t 3327 College Ave., Alton. He ias one stepdaughter. Modemette Club Meets at Medora MEDORA — Mrs, Melvin Bennett will entertain members of he Modernette Club in her home at 8 p.m. today. Handcraft Demonstration MEDORA — A handcraft demonstration party was held at the lome of Mrs. Tom Frueh Friday evening. Following the demonstration session, the hostess served refreshments. Hume on Leave MEDORA — Capt. G. J. Dodge lias arrived for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Dodge. He is stationed at Warner Robins A.F.B. in Georgia. FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull "I said, there's nothing like the peace and quiet of the country.. .air conditioners, power mowers, sonic booms..." Brighton Gas Line Job May Be Finished Nov. 15 BRIGHTON — Illinois Power Co. gas distributing system in Brighton may be finished by Nov. 15, it was said today by Walter Ezell, an engineer employed by the firm. A contract to install the distributing system in Brighton and David Acres has been let to the E. Chicago, Ind., firm, McAuliffe & McCartcn, and svork was started this morning at David Acres. Target date for completing the distributing system in David Acres is Oct. 1, Ezell said. However, he stressed that the completion date's for both Brighton and David Acres are tentative and will be affected by working conditions. The utility firm has completed the extension of a feeder line from Bethalto to Brighton and a regu- ator system for Brighton has been installed on the Kruse prop- eray on Highway 67 at the south edge of Brighton. The feeder line vill eventually serve Brighton and all real estate developments be- woon Brighton and Bethalto. Hobby Club of Medora Meets Ezell said that the utility and tlie pipeline contractor have a strict understanding on ditching and restoration. Ditching will be approximately eight inches wide, Ezell said, and "we insist that the contractor keep up with his clean-up work." He said most of (lie Brighton system would be through public property and that easements already have been obtained for that which will be on private property. Jersey Man Attend Hanking School JERSEYVILLE - A. R. Major, assistant cashier of the Jtef- sey State Bank, wilt leave Saturday for Madison, Wis. where he will spend two weeks attending the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin. This will he Major's first year at the school. The school is sponsored by the Central Stale Con- 'erence composed of Bankers As- sociations in 16 rnldwestern states. faxes fine Sept. I JERSEYVILLE - County Treasurer Howard Perdurl has announced that-the second installment of real estate taxes becomes due Sept. 1. in order to accommodate taxpayers the office of the county treasurer In the courthouse will be open until .noon on Aug. 24 and 31 to accept payment of taxes. Usually the office is closed all day Saturdays as are all the offices in the courthouse. l*n rents of ftaiighlor JERSEYVlLLE-Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bray of Jerseyville arc parents of a daughter born at 2:50 a.m. Thursday at the Jersey Community Hospital, They have named the baby Joan Marie and she weighed 8 pounds 4 ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mi 1 , and Mrs. Burl Crawford of Kane and Mr. and Mrs. John Bray of Jersoyvillc and is a great granddaughter of Mrs. F. M. Crawfofd of Kane and Mr. and Mrs. George Sleep Like Log Stop Stomach Gas In 5 Minutes or your 356 bach at druggist. Take Bell-ans tablets with hot water A bed time. Read lit bed until eyes shut. Bell-ans tablets relieve stomach gas due to excess stomach acid. No harmful drugs. Send postal to Bell-ant, Orangeburg, N. r., for liberal free ssmpla. FEDDERS Air Conditioners From "Carton to Cooling" In 77 Seconds! WE HAVE ALL MODELS IN STOCK READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION! Budget Priced from . . . PHONE HO 5-4205 $ 158 $10 DOWN-$10 MONTH Park Free At Rear of Store—500 E. Broadway Winters of Carrolltoii. Before her marriage Mrs. Bray was Miss Joy Crawford. Other children of the couple art Karen 6U, Linda 5, eml twin sons Patrick and 17 months. 8»« ___ imlfa liTborrowing electricity. Pd* VACATION Money "PUBLIC FINANCE . . . Fast Service . . . Up to $8OO ... On sensible plans Money to Go Now-Pay Later. Thousand^ UM our plans every year for their vacations— you can, too. With good credit and steady employment, you're all set. Call, write, or come In today for »he amount you want. Life Insurance Is Available On Your Loan "PUBLIC FINANCE ___ CORPORATION 331 Belle, Alton—HO 5-5556 20 Eastgate Shop. Ctr., E. Alton—CL 4-3864 20 N. Wood River, Wood River—CL 4-4327 MEDORA — The Hobby Club net Friday afternoon at the home >f Mrs. T. B. Ruyle, where the nembers participated in making og planters under the direction Mrs. Meda Tober and Mrs. rtarie Turner. A short business meeting was held Save Up to $200.00 WITH FEDDERS Plenty of Hot Humid Weather Still to Come . . FLEX-AIRE FURNACES WITH FLEX-HERMETIC AIR CONDITIONING Save by installing both units now! We have special prices on replacing your old fuel-eater with a mortem automatic Flox-AIre Furnace with whole house ai conditioning. Enjoy air cooled comfort during the hot summer months to come and warm, efficient gas heating this winter. socoo NO DOWN PAYMENT! PAYMENTS AS LOW AS 25 Per Month BRINGS YOU YEAR 'ROUND COMFORT! THE FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONING UNIT UNFOLDS, PERMITTING COOLING COIL TO FIT INTO FURNACE WARM AIR DUCT. EXCLUSIVE 5 YEAR WARRANTY COVERS ENTIRE REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT INCLUDING CONDENSER, FURNACE COIL AND TUBING! Immediate Installation on "Add-On" Cent ml Air C'onUitionlinf to Your Present Heating System! ALTON BOTTLED GAS CO Hegting emd Aii CpndWoning Specialists Godfrey Road "We Sell Comfort" .Phone 469*8 and the membership rules aid down when the club was ormed, were reviewed. The next meeting will be at the ome of Mrs. Jerry Dunham in September. ORDINANCE NO. 344 AMENDMENT TO ORDINANCE NO. 18 MISDEMEANORS— DANGEROUS WEAPONS BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE'VILLAGE OF BETHALTO AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. It shall be unlawful to discharge any cannon shotgun, rifle, pistol, or other firearm in the Village of Bethalto. SECTION 2. It shall be unlawful in the Village of Bethalto to shoot any pellet gun, an rifle, B.B.-gun, sling shot, bow and arrow, or other air t -gun, spring gun or other.devise which is constructed with sufficient force or caliber to injure any person, animal, or bird, or which is sufficient to break any window or cause other damage to property. Any such air gun spring gun, sling shot, bow and arrow, or other devise is hereby declared to be a dangerous weapon. SECTION 3. It shall be unlawful for any person to sell, loan or furnish to any minor in the Village of Bethalto any firearm or other dangerous weapon as hereinabove defined. SECTION 4. The prohibitions of this Ordinance shall not apply: to any officer of the law in'discharge of his duty; to persons when lawfully defending his person or property or lawfully aiding another to do so; to the discharge of any firearm or pellet gun at a duly licensed shooting gallery, gun club, or rifle range; to shooting of B.B.- guns, spring guns, bows and arrows or other devise on private property with the consent of the owner on any target range so constructed and located that the force of the devise will not carry any missile to any public street, alleyway, or other private property; or to any person furnishing any minor with a firearm, pellet gun, or dangerous weapon for use on any such licensed shooting gallery or private target range, with the consent of the parent or guardian of such minor, but the person furnishing such firearm, pellet gun, or dangerous weapon shall be required to see that it is not used otherwise than so authorized. The president of the Board of Trustees may on any special occasion necessary to destroy pests or abate nuisances or for public occasions, grant permits to persons to use such firearms or dangerous weapons in the Village of Bethalto under such restrictions and limits as may appear reasonable and necessary for the safety of persons and property in the Village. SECTION 5. Any person violating any provision of this Ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction thereof shall be fined not less than ten dollars nor more than fifty dollars for each offense. SECTION 6. ,Thls ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication as required by law. PASSED and. APPROVED Aug. 5, 1963. APPROVED; WM. DOERR, Village Clerk ERWIN PLEQGE President of the Board of Trustees •e*t Itenu »old aa advertised. Beil or Hunter— tart* Bologna By Uie pleee OR Hail—Artificial Castor Braunschweiger by Cite piece Approx. 2-lba Ground Beef and 1-lb. Hell's Porte Sauna* Meaf Loaf OR Swift's Premium Smoked Beef Tongues S to 4-lb. avc. Lfc, eoori thronrh Wednemtar nlcht, Ancotfr-M, '. Mayrose— Skinless Wieners Heavy Aluminum Utility Pot We nterv» MM rirht to limit. Try J&ayro** Wieners on Rsager Bum K-Qfc Size 199 Complete with Cover Country Rolls Kroger— Breakfast or 3 Buy Two—Get One Free Sealtest Eskimo You Get ( Buttermilk Biscuitsi Kroffer 6pack >IIomestyle 8-oz. cans SJOO 49c Kroger—Sandwich or Wiener Buns 3 — 8-oz. cans 25c 6-Paok •Hns. Flutto Shortening S 74° at VALUABLE COUPON KV I 100 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS with this coupon and the purchase of ANY Four Loaves of Kroger Bread Coupon orplrc* Wed. nlsht. Auc. 14, 1963. JOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOfl VALUABLE COUPON V 2 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS with this coupon and the purchase of H Gallon of Costello Frozen Dessert .... 69c Coupon expire* Wed. nlrht, Auc. 14, 19fi8. Kroger—Large Golden Pound Cake V A L U a B I. E C O LI P n N K J 25 EXTRA TOT VALUE STAMPS with this coupon and the purchaeo of Orange-Pineapple Juice qt. 49c Coupon expire* Weil, nleht. Ant. M. MC3. Each Vac Pac Coffee 2-lb. i Kandu for Dishes Kroger Regular, Drip, or Fine Grind 2-lb. can $1.10 5c Off —New Fink Lotion ILb, Can 22-oz. bottle S« Off—13-or. hottle--26e Sc Off—33-ot. bottle. _Glc VALUABLE COUPON 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS with this coupon and the pit re base a* m *A gallon of Orange-Pineapple Juice ..... 89c Coupon explntti Wed. nlelil, Ant. 14, .1903. Camay Soap...2 Complexion Camay Soap...2 Zest Soap 2 Complexion Zest Soap 2 Lava Soap 2 Kirk's Castile Soap...3 Ivory Snow.,.. DreftPetergent2 Oiant Box Me Ivory Liquid .. Ol»nt Bottle 63* Klof-Sw B< Liquid loy ;v ,^ Premium Duz Bath Bars 29' Bath Bars Salvo s? 81c ReEillnr Box ,41* Dash Detergent *£? 77c Home Laundry $4.49 Jnmbo--.__$2.JW Cascade ,..*!£• 45c Spic and Span ... 1 & 31 c 64-Oz. Box S9« Mr. Clean •Sf- 69c IS-Oi. Bottle 39e Klnc-ilu Bottle—--99« Fabric Softener »•«* ...^ 89c No. 1 Fruit of the Tropice Bananas Downy Becular Bottle *9» Sweet Corn.. O.8, Fancy Home Grown Do*. Liquid Reg. Detergent ....,,......,. Bottle Oiant Bottle 63« Kln t -«iw Bottle *7« filnnt Box 81e Klnf-iltc Bo*-__-fl.37 Reg, Bars Giant Box TOe Klni-iln Box *l.S8 37« 80* 23-01, r»H 91 Thrill Oxydot Detergent filnnt Box 81e Tide Detergent Oiant 'Box TOe Cheer Detergent Giant B Comet <**°* Ivory Soap Ivory Soap Ivory Soap large boiet U.8. No. 1 y Tliompion m* |J Flnett Cantaloup* Grown Jumbo 87 Bin *i Colt BnuW V Vet large boxes Blueberries,... Available bc«tnnlo( Frwh 28-os, boxea Watermelons 0.8, No, 1 Home Grown 'i'i Ib. ovr. Each 1 Oiant Box...-70* Kinf-ilM Box fl.33 t Economy Out 41* large bars med. ban

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