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PAQft THIRTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Y, DeMolay, GME Win in Teen-Age Three games were, played Tuesday night Irt the Alton Teen-Age Basketball League. toeMolay over* {towered Eatt Ridge Smoke Shop, 4V9, G.M.E. edged Hellrung Boys' Club, S3-30, and YMCA topped Norslde, 41-32. Air three games were played at East Junior High School. _ DeMolay was led by Sparks, who dropped in five buckets and one free throw for 11 points, and Pruett who had the same numSer of points. Burger dunked three markers for East Ridge. Score at the half found DeMolay ahead, 23-6. G.M.E. had to fight from behind In the last quarter to gain Its win. The eventual winners led x at the end of the first quarter, 8*6, but found themselves In a 13-13 tie at the half. Hellrung rallied In the next frame and took a 22-21 lead after three frames. Hlght tor G.M.E. was Murray with 11 baskets and two free throws for 24 points. Mlllltello had half a dozen field goals and a couple of aces for 14 points. YMCA had more trouble last night than It usually does. The Y Flyers were behind at the end of the Initial period, 7-6, but rallied In the second canto and overtook the Norside boys, 25-11. The Flyers led at the three .quarter mark, 34-19. High for the Y squad was Gibson with six baskets for 12 points. Chlolero was right behind with three "fielders and four charity tosses for ten points. Gorman had eight markers to help out the winning cause. For Norside, Pruitt was high with six baskets for 12 points. EC- cles chipped in with nine more Norside tallies. AisociAttn Cftlrtt* AfH St. George M, St. fttrtek 43. Weber « D» tout Academy «f. 9t Met 41. St. iMaHtn 37. Mt. Cifmel 49, De L***IM 3». L«0 S», Loyola 39. Calumet St. South Short SI. My«e Park M. Harper 4«. attan Pa •ail Rl«r* (*) Player Maloney GUI Coon* R.Edlen J.Edlen Sunder land Glea«on Burger Im ft pf Player 0 0 4 Spark* 0 1 OPruett 0 1 OSheldon 1 0 awilllama 1 0 IDycui 0 0 OSchokley 0 0 SBertler 1 1 4Bateman <«S) fgftpf ail s i a too 100 i i a 101 303 100 . . ark M. A. 44. Pullman Tech tUWftlUU Cairo 84, St. Jo*»ph'» (tialM) 41. OTallon M. New Athena M. Mercy 44. Cathedral wHttillci 49. Anna-Jonetboro M, Carbtmdale Community 37. Lltchfletd 48. Greenville 41, Bridgeport M, Olney 4T. Dupo 00. Nashville 94. Dunbar (Madlioni M. Livingston M. Madison 44. Marina 41. Wood River W. Granite City 3T, Sterling Community Catholic 48, Savanna 36. - Mooseheart SI, Waterman 93. Bradley 70. St. Pat 31. Sheldon 50, Witiek* 47. DePue M, Princeton 44. Decatur 59, Si Tereia of Decatur 47. Tuacola SB,' Sullivan S8. LouUvllle 99, Clay City 3ft La Salle-Peru 50. St. Bede 96. Motrli 88. Braldwood 31. Streator 48, Ottawa SB. Springfield Cathedral 48. Pana 47. Hllliboro 3», Qllletple 34. Panama 44, Ramaey 90. Plttafleld 51, Muihvllle 39. Coffeen 50. SUunton 44. Blkhart 58. Beaton 43. Wlluamiville 41. Trl City 94. Illlopoli* 45, Mt. Zlon 37. Waverly 47, Houtt of Jackionvllle 38. Glrard 33. Vlrden 31. Jeraeyvllle 88. Carrollton 91. Chandlervllle 43, Chapln 27. Klncald 48, Nokomli 45. Carllnville 48. Moxana 48. Wincheiter 57, While Hall 41. Greenfield 41. Itoodhouie 40. Bloomlnfton 48. U. High of Normal Clinton 38, Normal Community 98. Morton 51, Mlnier 43. Tremont SB. Mackinaw 89. Chenoa 50, Falrbury It. College Banketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Duqueme 80, Cincinnati 84. CCNY 80. Went Virginia 88 Long Inland 98, St. Louis 42. Brooklyn College 84. Upsala 60. New Britain (Conn) 89, Mexico Unlv 37. SOUTH Georgia Tech 6.1, Auburn 4(t. WlllUm & Mary 56, Maryland 82. North Carolina State 44, Davldton 38. South Carolina 49. Furman 48. Chicago. St Louis Grain Quotations CMcif* Cash Grain CHICAGO, Jan. 11, (*» — WHEAT—None. CORN — No. 3 yellow 1.28-30: No. 4, 1.23W-27H. OATS — No. 1 mixed 75<K-76H; No. 2 heavy mixed 76H; No. 4 heavy mixed 75; No. 1 heavy white 77W-78U; No. 1 white 76V4-%; No. 2 heavy white 76M-78. BARLEY — Nominal: Maltln* 1.20-60; feed 90-1.20. SOYBEANS—None. Chicago Grain Future* High WHEAT- LOW Close Mar. May .July Sep. Dec CORN— 2.18 U 2.12-% 1.92 !4 1.9214 Mar. May July Sep. Dec. 99. Virginia Tech 71, George Washington Wake Forest 88. Clemnon .18. 48. St. Paul's (V«),Poly A3, Morgan State SOUTHWEST Texan ChrliUan *2. Southern Meth- odiit SO. West Texai 60. Texas Tech 43. Ariunsai Tech S3, Mainolta lArki Totali ... 3 314 Totali ...31 310 Score by Quartert: 1234 Kant Ridge. 0689 DeMolay 18 23 38 49 Officials: Spurgeon, Beall. a. M. i. Player Lobblg Murray Comb* Stephenaon Phelpe (S3) fg ft pf Player 1 0 IMIlIitello 11 2 OWilllama 2 0 0 Brown 1 1 SMecUs 0 0 ODavenport R. B. C. (Si) fg ft pt S a o 001 311 202 3 1 0 Totals ...15 3 3 Total* ...13 4 4 Score by Quarters: 1234 G. M. E. 8 13 21 33 H. B. C. 6 13 22 30 Officials: Spurgeon. Beall. Nnrslda (82) Player Anick Pruitt Breltweiier Eccles Ufert Peter* YMCA fg ft pf Player 1 2 2Gorman 6 0 2Chlolero 0 0 owiedman 4 1 OLiwson 3 0 IPelhank 0 1 4F«rley Diestlekamp Gibson Thomezcck (41) fg ft pf 321 343 200 0 O 0 101 114 100 600 000 Totali ...14 4 0 Totals ...17 7 9 Score by Quarters: 1334 Norside 7 11 19 32 YMCA 9 25 34 41 Officials: Spurgeon, Beall. Jersey ville Nips Carrollton, 56-51 Carrollton couldn't 3tem the onrushing Panthers of Jerseyvllle In the last quarter, Tuesday night, on the Carrollton floor and the Hawks went down to their fifth defeat o£ the season, 56-51, In an Illinois Valley Conference game. Carrollton led for three quarters of the game, but not by very much of a margin. After the finish of the first period, the Hawks were ahead by two points, 11-9. At the half they had lengthened the lead 'to five tallies, 29-24. Jerseyville started warming up in the third frame and Carrollton managed to escape with a three quarter lead of 43-42. Then came the deluge by the Panthers. They flooded the rim with shots and powered past the bewildered Hawks, who had been holding their own with the invaders. The loss made Carrollton's record In the league stand at two and two. For the -season . the Hawks have knocked off six victims. High men for the Panthers were Reynolds, Shortal, and Legate. Reynolds dropped in seven baskets and a lone free shot for 15 points. Shortal popped in five buckets and an ace for 11 markers. Legate was a point behind with ten. Carrollton's long tall center, Logan, plunked In seven field goals and a pair of foul shots for 16 points. L. Smith flipped in six buckets and three charity tosses for 15 more Hawk tallies. Moss Arkansas State SB, Arkansas College 54. MIDWEST Nebraska 57, Kansas SB. Miami (Ohio) SO, Butler 48. Tulsa 43, Wichita 36. Dayton 71, Ohio Unlv 61. WlsAnsln Tech 66, Northwestern (Wls) JS.~ Sournern Illinois 60, Evansvllle 34. Central Michigan 48, Alma 41. Oklahoma City Unlv SO, North Texas 4» Milwaukee Teachers 65, Oshkosh Teachers 61. , Augustana (111) 37, Monmouth S3. Illinois Tech 67, Chicago Teachers 42. Elmhurst 66. Aurora (III) 48. Western Illinois 64, Carthage 46. Superior (Wist 59. Bemidii (Minn) SO. Indiana Central 76. Hanover 62. Anderson 77. Taylor 72. Manchester 71, Rose Poly 56. WEST San Francisco 50, Santa Clara 36. Fight* Last mght By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BUFFALO, N. Y.— Lee Sala, 162 '/i, Donora. Pa., itopped Pete Zaduk, 163 '/ 4 , Toronto. 6. PORTLAND, Ore.— Joe Kahut, 187V4, Woodburn, Ore., stopped Irish Johnny O'Neill, 182, Oakland. Calif.. 9. SEATTLE— Joe Louis, 221, Detroit, and Jack Flood. Seattle, fought six- round exhlbitoon. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS, Jan. 11, (JPt — Produce and live poultry: POULTRY — Commercial fryers, broiler and roaster crosses 2022, reds 20-22, grays 22H-23H, nearby whites, grays and reds 20, young hen turkeys 33, old torn turkeys 22-25. Other prices unchanged. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis Jan. 11, (£») — (USDA) — HOGS— 12,000; uneven; weights 180 pounds up steady to 25 lower; sows steady to weak; bulk good and choice 180240 pounds 16.00-25; several loads 16.35-50; top 16.50; 250-300 pounds mostly 14.50-15.75; few 300-325 pounds 13.75-14.25; most 140-170 pounds 14.50-16.00; few down to 14.00; medium !to choice 100-130 pounds 12.00-14.00; good and choice sows 400 pounds down 12.75-13.50; heavier sows 11.00-12.50; stags 8.50-10.50. . CATTLE — 3000; calves 800; little done early on "steers; sales confined to one load of high good and low choice 1181 pounds at 30.00; these steady; few medium steers 23.50; heifers and mixed yearlings opening about steady but slow; cows also draggy and barely steady; common and medium beef cows holding around 15.50-17.00; canners and cutters 13.00-15.25; bulls and vealers steady; medium and good bulls 19.00-21.00; cutter 1.31 1.30'i 1.28 H 1.23% 1.16'/i OATS— Mar May ... 70% 63% Sep. ... 62'/4 Dec . RYE— May ... 1.43^4 July ... 1.44 Vi Sep ... 1.44 Vi SOYBEANS— 2.16% 2.10 H 1.91 1.91% 1.29 Vi 1.27H 1.23 Vi 69 % 62% 61% Mar. May July 'Nov. 2.35 2.30 94 2.26 % 2.05 1.42 1.42 "4 1.43 2.32 2.28 % 2.24 W 2.01 2.18-17 % 2.12W-U 1.92 U 1.93%-S 1.95 1.30% 1.30H-U 1.28% 1.23% 1.16 73U 70 6374-U 62'i 63% 1.43%-% 1.44 Vi 1.44-44 VI 2.34-34'/i 2.30 U-30 2.26-26 Vi 2.02-02 U WEDNESDAY, JANUARY II, IfM CAftNWAL Horse Stilt Wins $310 for Singer RENO, Nev. Jan. 11, Ut) — It was still a bright world today for Lucky, the roulette- playing horse. Lucky won $310 for his 24- year-old mistress, blonde Susan Wallace, in their Tuesday session at Reno's Cal-Neva Club. This enrned him a prom- Iso of nn extra helpinR of onts art'' hay. The horsey system is simple. Miss Wallace hands Lucky silver Hollars which he drops from his mnulh upon the numbers of his choice. She plays his hunches. So far the system 1ms worked. Miss Wallace's avowed aim Is Retting publicity for an operatic sinRitiR career. "Man, it's greased lightnin'! Every time I make a deposit in our joint account—rip! She beats me to the draw!" St. Louis Cash Ornin ST. LOUIS, Jan. 11, (#1 — WHEAT — Receipts 9 cars, sold 2, No. 3 red winter 2.22'/i, sample mixed 2.00. CORN — Receipts 61 cars, sold 5, No. 2 yellow 1.33-1.56, No. 3 yellow 1.32U, sample grade yellow 1.32. OATS — Receipts 26 cars, sold 4. No. 1 white 78%-79%, sample grade white 75V4-76%. Closing New York Stock Quotation Abbott 51 5-8 Al Chem & Dye 208 Allied Str 35 1-8 Allis Ch 33 3-4 Am Can 106 3-4 Am Car & Fdy 28 Am Gas & Elec 51-8 Am Loco 16 1-2 Am Pow 15; 3-8 Am Rad 14 3-4 Am Smelt 57 Am Snuff 41 3-4 AT&T 147 1-4 Am Tobacco 74 1-2 Am Zinc 71-8 Anaconda 30 7-8 Armco 29 Armour 81-8 A T & S F 104 1-2 Avco 6 Bald Loco 12 1-8 Bendix 35 7-8 Beth Steel 33 3-8 Borden 49 1-4 Borg Warner 59 Briggs 30 1-2 Case 40 35 Keystone S & W 17 1-1 Kimberly Clark 25 3-S ,ib Glass 65 1-2 Libby McN & L 8 Marshall Field 26 1-4 Mont Ward 57 1-8 Nash Kelv 18 1-4 Nat Biscuit 39 1-4 Nat Cont 81-4 Nat Dairy 39 1-4 Cater pi 1 Trac Ches & O Natl Steel 91 7-8 N Y S RR 131-2 No Am Avia 11 3-4 North Amer 19 3-8 Northern Pac 18 1-4 Ohio Oil 27 7-S Owens Glass 65 7-8 Packard 4 7-8 Pan Am Air 9 7-8 P.aram Pic 19-7-8 Penney 55 3-4 Penn ........ 175-8 Pepsi 9 5-8 Phelps .. ., 50 1-2 I Phillip Mor 53'1-8 Phillips 61 1-8 Phoenix Hos ............. 9 7-S Pure Oil ' 28 3-4 R C A 13 7-8 Reo 11 3-8 Repub SU 25 1-8 Scot t 69 3-4 Sears 43 7-8 Shell Oil 36 5-8 Simmons 28 7-8 Sinclair 23 1-4 Socony Vac 163-4 South Pac 53 7-8 Spiegel .'.... 10 1-8 St Brands .., 22 1-2 St Oil Cal 63 3-4 St Oil Ind 44 St Oil N J 68 1-4 Starret 31 ' Sterling 38 7-8 Studebaker 23 1-8 Swift 35 1-2 Texas Co 61 3-4 Timken Axle 16 3-8 TransAmerica 16 1-4 30 helped out with ten points. Chi & NW 13 3-8 Chi RI & Pac 43 1-4 Chrysler ,67 Comwealth Edis ~30 3-8 Congoleum Nairn 27 5-8 Cons Edison 29 Cons Ga 44 Container 39 3-4 Cont Can 37 Cont Steel 15 1-2 Corn Prod 701-8 Corn Prod pfd 184 Crane 29 Curt Wright 85-8 Douglas 725-8 Du Pont 62 5-8 Eastman • 47 1-2 Eaton 30 3-8 El Auto-Lite 45 1-2 G E 43 3-8 Gen Foods 485-8 G M 72 3-8 Goodrich 74 5-8 Goodyear 47 Gt Nor Ir Ore 12 3-4 Un Carbide .. Un Pacific .. Un Air Lines 44 3-4 87 .3-4 15 3-8 Un Aircraft 27.3-8 US Rubber 41 1-2 US Steel 27 7-8 West Un 21 5-8 West Elec f 32 1-4 Woolworth 49 1-4 Wor P & M Pr pfd 18 1-4 Zonite 53-8 Dentist Sends Eye Teeth to Tax Collector CHICAGO, Jan. 11, (.'Pi — The income tax collector opened a letter from a taxpayer toriny. Out dropped two eye teeth—or at least x-ray pictures of I horn. "Someone is making a joke," mused John T. Jnrecki, Internal revenue collector. But he found a check in the letter, too. A telephone call showed that the taxpayer, a dentist, sent the x-ray films instead of his income tax return. The dentist said it was an accident and he didn't mean to poke fun. Jury Hears Testimony In 10-year-Old Murder CHICAGO, Jan. 11, UP)—A Criminal Court jury began hearing testimony today In the murder trinl of a shooting 10 years ago. Frank Monaco, 50, arrested in Waukegan Sept.. 29, is accused of killing Henry I/zo, 35, after n quarrel at a wedding reception in 1940. Prosecutor James A. Brown said the shooting was "premeditated murder," but. Defense Attorney I Robert Romano called it "acciden-' tal." ! Cast of Musical Show Stowaways-By-Mistake NKW YORK,' Jan/ 11 I/It Headed out to sea with 23 pretty glrf stnwnways-by-mistako aboard, the skipper of the liner Itnlia last light, radioed a distress call to t,he coast guard. "Through misunderstanding," said the message, "we sailed with 'Kiss Me Kate' cast aboard. Can't put back now. Can you send craft to remove them?" The musical show performers had gone aboard the vessel to stage a benefit for the March of Dimes, and for some unexplained reason they didn't hear the warning whistle before the ship sailed. . While waiting for rescue, the girls sold kisses to passengers for from 520 to $50 a throw. Altogether they raised about $7500 for the Infantile paralysis fund, beforu the qoast guard sent a cutter to whisk them back to New York in time for last night's show on Broadway. 21 Republicans Named 'o Draft Policy Declaration WASHINGTON, Jan. 11. UP> Twenty-one House Republican from all parts of the country ex cept the Democratic South were named today to help draft a dec laration of GOP congressional pol icy. They will serve with a 15-mem aer Senate committee and a Re- :iublican national committee group to write a "platform" on whlcl the Republicans hope to regain control of Congress in the November elections. Republican Leader Martin, ol Massachusetts, named the House group and will be its chairman. The committee includes Repre* sentative Arends of Illinois, Davis of Wisconsin, Dolliver of Iowa, Halleck of Indiana,, and Mrs. Cecil Harden of Indiana. COUPLE CUTS CAKE —Billy Daniels, Negro singer, and his bride, the former Martha Braun of Lowell, Mass., cut their wedding cake at reception in New York Monday following wedding in Wee- jhawken, N. j. Daniels, who is a night club singer, gave his race as Negro and age as 34 on marriage license application and Miss Braun gave her age as 21. She has been studying voice in New York and appearing as bit player in television.—AP Wirephoto. In his opening statement to the jury, Romano said the quarrel marie the shooting "self defense" because Izzo was in company of a friend and Monaco was alone. He admitted that Monaco attacked Izzo but said he did so because he believed Izzo had struck Monaco's brother. , Police said that at the time of Monaco's arrest he was working irt Waukegan under the name of Frank Lalla. New York Curb Gt Nrthrn Pf 43 5-8 Greyhound 11 5-8 Homestake 47 3-4 Houd Hersh 13 7-8 Hudson Motor 19 III Cent 38 1-8 Inland 39 1-2 Ins Con Corp 14 7-8 Int Harv 28 179 3-4 Ark Nat Gas A 11 3-8 C'srrollton (.11) Player Andrews L.Smith Logan Mos> Wheeler Portwood Standefer Jrrnryvllli (net fg ft pf Player 2 2 2Shortal « 3 1Legate T 2 IMiller S 0 2Freesmeyer 0 0 1 Nairn 0 4 4Reynolds fg ft pf S 1 ft S 0 « 010 325 S 1 1 T 1 1 Totals ...201112 Totals Score by Quarters: Jerseyville Carrollton I Officials: Hartong, Peabody. ...23 616 1 S-..3 4 B 24 42 56 11 20 43 SI Int Harv pfd Int Nick Can 28 7-8 I T & T 11 3-4 Jewel 58 3-8 Johns Manv 48 Kennecott 54 1-8 and common bulls 15.50-18.00; good and choice vealers 27.00-37.00; common and medium 18.00-27.00. SHEEP — 1960; market not established. Repeating that Popular Bargain! Piston Riig Replacement $OQ95 Includes— Carnation ...' 63 1-4 Cities Svc .' 78 El Bond & Sh 19 1-2 Hecla Min 11 1-2 Kaiser Frazer 51-8 Kingston Prod 3 1-8 Niag Hud Power 15 7-8 Crewnien Patch U. S. Ship to Limp to Port ABOARD THE FLYING ARROW, Jan. 11. <#) — Crewmen patched up this shell-crippled American freighter today enough to permit her to limp to the nearest port. But Capt. David Jones of Chicago, her master, said he did not yet know where he would take her—Shanghai, her original destination, or elsewhere. A Chinese Nationalist gunboat shot her full of holes Monday and crippled here steering gear.C Nationalist spokesmen said the shooting was to keep her out of mine fields on the approaches to Shanghai.) 46 Newspapers Ordered Closed in Argentina BUENOS AIRES, Argentina Jan. 11, (&) — An Argentine congressional committee ordered 46 newspapers to close yesterday be- c-ause they didn't print a tribute to Gen. .San Martin, the national hero, A recent law requires that all newspapers in the country print (he phrase "year of the liberator Gen. San Martin" on their mast' head throughout 1950, the 100th anniversary of the general's death. Jose Emillo Visca told a hews conference the papers may remain padlocked May 1. until congress meets READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS Several of the papers are supporters of President Juan D. Peron. Also closed was the Communist daily La Hora and weekly Orientacion. Half Music in Argentina Must Be Native Written BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, Jan. 11. (fi>) —Music lovers down Argentine way are going to listen to a lost more of their native tunes from now on. President Peron's government ruled that at least 50 percent of all music played in public places must be written in Argentina. The decree is expected to cut down the playing of United States swing numbers, Cuban Rumbas, Brazilian sambas and even European classics. Jack Carsons Separated 3 l /2 Years, to Be Divorced HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 11 — <fl>> — Tiie Jack Carsons are getting a di vorce after three and a half years of separation. Mrs. Carson — singer Kay St Germain on the radio — said lasl night that "every effort at a .reconciliation has failed. I have waited carefully." They have two children, John, 8, and Germain, 4. The Carsons were wed in 1940. It was the first marriage for each. She filed suit for divorce in 1946, but dropped the action a few days later. Couple Hacked to Death; Robbery Likely Motive NEW YORK, Jan. 11 UP) — An aged business man and his wife were hacked to death in their Brooklyn apartment yesterday as the husband put up a fierce struggle. Police worked today on Iho theory that the murders were committed by robbers who fled panic- stricken and empty handed. The bodies of Camilo Leyra, 74, and his wife, Catherine, 80, were found late yesterday. Their skulls were crushed, with an ax or cleaver, and they lay in pools of blood. Nothing was missing from tho house. Mme. Chiang Leaves U. S. After Failing to Get Aid SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 11, UPl —Somberly clad in black, and som- )er-worded after 13 months of fu- ,ile effort to enlist new aid for her nation, Madame Chiang Kai- shek is on her way back to China. The first lady of Nationalist hiim left San Francisco about midnight on the Pan American World Airways Clipper Constil.u- ion, still predicting ultimate vic- ory for her husband. Resolution for Payroll Inquiry Due in 2 Weeks WASHINGTON, Jan. 1.1 — <*>>— A resolution for an investigation of congressional. payrolls will be called up for hearing in about two weeks, Chairman Sabath CD-Ill.) of the House Rules Committee said today. Sabath declined to predict what action the committee might take. The resolution is sponsored by Rep. Burdick (R-N.D.). Burdick wants a joint House-Senate committee created to find out, among other things, whether any congressional employes kick back any part of their salaries to members. Fire Destroys Home With Flood at Front Door SHOALSr Ind., Jan. 11 — <#) The flooding east tork of the White river was lapping at the front door of the home of David Street yesterday. It seemed like a good idea to evacuate his family and furniture. It was—but before the move was completed, Street's house was destroyed by fire. Faulty wiring was blamed for the blaze. ' Removal of Richland Highway Chief Sough OLNEY, Jan. 11 <JP> — The re moval of Frank L. Warren tn Richland County superintendent o: highways is sought in a petition presented to the county board o; supervisors yesterday. The boarc will hold a hearing on the petition Jan. 25. Warren was indicted last fall on 27 charges of forgery, embezzle ment and diversion of public funds. He has been free under bond. More Jobless Pay, Bids Contested •GASKETS •OIL ONLY Be Thrifty in Fifty! Your Alton-Wood River Dealers MUTER 1108., In. 1400 IAST IftOADWAY DIAL 3.S53I p.. lie. 315 WOOD IIVER AVENUE DIAL 4-4315 CHILES MOTORS PRESENTS THE 1950 PLYMOUTH ALTON'S DoSOTO- PLYMOUTH DEALER CHILES MOTORS 112 W. Fourth DIAL 3-3S3f Named to UN Post WASHINGTON, Jan. 11. UP> — Mrs. Olive Remington Goldman of Urbana, 111., has a presidential nomination for a three-year term on a UN commission. President Truman selected her to be representative on the commission on he status of women of the United Nations Economic and Social Council. In that post, Mrs. Gold* man would succeed Judge Dorohy Kenyon of New York City, Quantity Unknown Thickness of the layer of air, or atmosphere, surrounding the earth is not known definitely, but t is certain some air exists more han 100 surface. miles from the globe's CHICAGO, Jan. 11, (to— Th» State Labor Department said yes* lerday it has adopted a more rigid policy on, applications for (Unemployment compensation. Commissioner Samuel C. Bern« stein said the department now is contesting "virtually all" claims for unemployment benefits from applicants who have left the state for winter resort areas. He explained that the 1949 amendment to the jobless pay law n-ovides that "an individual shall ie deemed unavailable for work f, after separation from his most recent employing unit, he has re« moved himself to and remains in a locality where opportunities for work are substantially less favorable than those in the locality he has left." Under that restriction, Bernstein added, "strict adherence requires contesting of practically all claims by former workers who have left the state for winter resort areas." During December, the commission received 645 applications from former Illinois employes who were then in Arizona, California and Florida but had not worked in those states. Bernstein said that 93 percent of the claims have been contested and that experience ha; shown virtually all such claims arc finally disallowed. NCAA to Study Cage Tourneys NEW YORK, Jan. 11 <*» — Th« NCAA's special bowl committee, having completed Its survey on Dost-season football games, Is now putting Its microscope to some other sports, particularly basketball. "We're looking into some of th« big basketball tournaments not under conference or NCAA sponsorship and those double header games in the big city arenas," .said Victory Schmidt, committee head. • "It's merely exploratory action, however, and we don't plan to ake any steps right away. I "Mainly we'd like to see when he money goes. We want to-> In- 'estigate team schedules and some if those extended seasons. After we gather the data we may make some recommendations." A SHORT SHORT SHORT STORY The sad, tad tale of John S. Savcnkhl begins en a cold, cold morning when he was scheduled to drive the children to school. But alas and alack the old car wouldn't bwdfe, and 'the kids were very late to school, John was late to work, and his wife was furious with him. MOMAL-Pravmrtlvo Malntenane* at AU •RIGHT'S will kotp your car In ihapi •ml tparo you •mbarrMimont Mid toco** vonloiico* ALBRECHT CHEVROLET, Inc. Bt»t Plte* to do WANN (Stony) STONICIfHIl, fcrvfet 222 ALTON • EDWAIOSVILLI 10., WOOD IIVU 4-4331

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