Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 10, 1961 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 10, 1961
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MONDAY, APRIL 10,1081 ALTOK EVENWG TELtfJRAPH REHEARSE 'THE MALE ANIMAL* First presentation of theater in the round stage surrounded by (audience) will be at the Showplace, Elm and Alby, Monday night when members of Alton Little Theater put on "The Male Animal". Shown in photo are five of the local area teachers who have parts. From left, Mrs. Ed. Oroshong, Roxana school English teacher; Charles Lyons, faculty English department The Principia; B. Thomas Samples, Wood River; Ed Young, principal Godfrey grade, and Mrs. Jack Marcussen, mathematics, East Alton.—Staff Photo. Newt of Grains Old Soybeans Steadily Higher NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP)-(USDA) - Hogs 10,000; 1-2 185-230 Ib barrows and gilts 18.0015; about 200 head 1-2 200-220 Ib CHICAGO (AP) — An increas-j 18.25; mixed 1-3 and 2-3 180-240 ing demand sent old crop soybean |'° 17.60-18.00; a few No 3 down j.7 . ^-1 u, u LJ j to 17.50; 2-3 240-290 Ib 17.25-85; futures steady higher today and d Livestock Prices At East St. Louis SURVEYS SMOOTH SLAB Charles Sheppard of the Sheppard, tion where widening of the approaches Morgan & Schwaab engineering firm is a city project. Smooth, hand-finished stands near a ready-mix truck as it slab is in foreground.—Staff Photo, brings a load to the Cut street intersec- PAVE CUT STREET CORNER Apron to connect Cut street with irregular curves Involved. At right, the E. Broadway is being paved with con- small island is for an electric signal crete and hand-finished because of the standard.—Staff Photo. to the early afternoon they were around 8 cents a bushel above Friday's close. Transactions were rapid with volume probably close to 100 million bushels for the day. Trade in the grains, however, was draggy and prices generally were weak. May wheat, under the weight of fairly heavy selling, had declined more than 3 cents. Carlot receipts today were. estimated at: wheat 2 cars, corn 472, oats 5, rye none, barley 58, soybeans 15. CHICAGO (AP) — No wheat, oats or soybean sales. Corn No 2 yellow 1.07%-08; No 3 yellow 1.06%-07; No 4 yellow 1.00%-03%; sample grade yellow 85-1.01%. Barley: malting choice 1.10- 1.20n; feed 93-l.OOn. Prev. High Low Close close Wheat May 1.99 1.95 1.96% 1.98% Jul 1.88% 1.87% 1.87% 1.88 Sep 1.91 1.90% 1.90% 1.90% Dec 1.97% 1.96% 1.96% 1.96% Mar 2.01 2.00% 2.00% 2.01 Corn May 1.0914 1.08% 1.08% 1.09% Jul 1.13% 1.12 1.12 1.13% Sep 1.16 1.14% 1.14% 1.15% Dec 1.17% 1.16% 1.16% 1.18 Mar 1.21% 1.20% 1.20% 1.21% Oats May .61 .60% .60% .61% Jul .63% .62% .63 .63% Sep .65% .65% .65% .66% Dec .69% .68% .68% .69% Rye May 1.18% 1.17% 1.17% 1.17% Jul 1.21% 1.20% 1.20% 1.20% Sep 1.23% 1.21% 1.22 1.23 Dec 1.26% 1.24% 1.25 1.25% Soybeans May 3.21% 3.13% 3.20 3.13'4 Jul 3.24 3.16% 3.23 3.16% Sep 2.64% 2.60% 2.62% 2.60% Nov 2.44% 2.42% 2.43% 2.42% Jan 2.48% 2.46% 2.47% 2.46% Mar 2.51% 2.50 2.50% 2.50% Misdirected Hose W. LOUIS (AP) — Firemen directed streams of water on the motor of a parked car, die center of a pall of smoke, bu tit had no effect. Further Investigation disclosed the car had been parked over a •teaming manhole. grade 140-170 Ib 15.50-17.50; few 100-130 Ib 11.00-14.75; 1-3 sows 400 Ib down 16.25-17.00; over 400 Ib mostly 15.75-16.25, a few down to 15.50; boars over 250 Ib 12.75; lighter weights 13.50-75. Cattle 6,100; calves 250; part load 895 Ib slaughter steers 26.25; good and choice 22.50-25.50, including one load at' 25.50; standard and good 19.50-22.50; load choice 962 Ib heifers 25.00; good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings 22.00-24.00; standard and good 19.00-21,50; utility and commercial cows 16.50-18.00; few commercial and standard 18.50; canners and cutters 14.00-17.00; utility and commercial bulls 18.0020.00, several 20.50; earners and cutters 15.00-18.00; high choice around 550 Ib stock steer calves 27.00; small lots choice around 500 Ib stock heifer calves 24.00; good and choice vealers 24.00-30.00; high choice 31.00-32.00; standard and good 18.00-24.00; good and choice slaughter calves 19.0024.00; utility and standard 14.0018.00. Sheep 1,600; about a deck choice and prime 100 Ib shorn lambs, No 1 and 2 pelt, 17.75; small lots good and choice shorn lambs, No 2 and 3 pelt, 16.00-17.00; half deck good and choice wooled lambs 17.25; slaughter ewes full cull to choice shorn 6.00-7.75. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) — Eggs and live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades, AA large and A extra large 33, A large 31-32, A medium 29-30, A small 22-24, B large 29-30; wholesale grades, large extras 60-79 per cent A 32-33, 40-59 per cent A 3132, medium extras 28%-30, small extras 21-23, standards minimum 80 per cent B 29%-31, unclassified country run 28%-30, dirties and checks 24-26. Live poultry; hens, heavy 17, light over 5 Ibs 14-15, under 5 Ibs 8-9%, commercial broilers and fryers, 2%-3% Ibs 15%-16%, old roosters 8-10, OWN YOUR SHARE OF AMERICAN BUSINESS Today, there are more than 12 'A million shareholders, Here than half Have family incomes of last than $10,000 • yaar. Why not consider joining them? Strvtag Alton /nvttfOH for Wow Thau 39 Vecrr* NBWHARD, COOK 6? Co, HMMCM new von* •TACK UBMAMM III ytiat irtttoaal Maft im-ajtea •rout B. BHUVTI W* W-^BBW JOHN B. GftiiNwaaa News of Stocks Market Heads To New High NEW YORK (JP) — Some electronics were strong as the stock market headed toward a new high in the Dow Jones industrial aver age late this afternoon. Trading was active. Volume for the day was estimated at 5.5 million shares compared with 5.1 million Friday. Gains of key stocks went gen erally from fractions to about 2 points. Union Carbide was above this range, spurting around 3. Wider gains were made among more volatile or specially situated issues. Polaroid rose half a dozen points. Zenith and Varian Associates was up about 5, Radio Corp. around 3. American Telephone spurted more than 2 points and was back at its high of 130. Coppers were bolstered by reports of an expected price boost for the red metal, Anaconda and Kennecott advancing a b o ut 2 apiece while Phelps Dodge and International Nickel made gains of a point or more. Steels were ahead as a group, gains exceeding a point being scored by Jones Laughlin and U.S. Steel. The Dow Jones industrial average on an hourly basis was above its historic closing high of 685.47 reached Jan. 5, 1960, and if it remained ahead by the market close a new peak would be reached. At 2 p.m. (EST) the Dow industrials were up 7.47 at 691.15. Low-priced issues were popular on the American Stock Exchange. Prices were generally higher. Corporate bonds turned lower. U.S. government bonds were un- 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. quotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to the Alton Evening Telegraph by Newhard, Cook & Co., from its Alton branch office. (The New York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 129%, Gen. Motors 47, Granite City Steel 43, Olin Math. Chem. 46%, Owens 111. 102%, Shell Oil 45%, Sinclair Oil 44, Socony 45%; Std. Oil (Ind) 52%, Std. Oil (NJ) 49%, U.S. Steel 87%, Sears 59. \ Foster Mothers Club To Elect Officers FQSTERBURG - The Mothers dub will meet Friday at 1 p.m. in the school's all-purpose room to elect officers (or the next school year. j Mis* Marjorie Taylor of Union: Electric will speak, it was announced by the president, Mrs. Ellen Gawronski. Cemetery Meeting FQ8TERBURG - The annual business meeting of the board of i Short Cemetery on Gulp Lane will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the home of the president, Arthur Culp, Officers will be elected. LEAVING THE ALTON SCENE Former rectory and later parish cen- hall has been occupied, and the old ter of St. Paul's Episcopal Church is passes into oblivion.—Staff Photo, awaiting the wrecking ball. The new votes. Larmon Engelke, Louis Franke, Phyllis Baker, Eugene Little and Victor Thegze, each received one vote. Total vote cast by precinct was: No. 1, Glen Carbon, 129; No. 2, Leclaire, 618; No. 3, Senior High School, 737; No 4, Columbus, 610; No. 5, Hamel, 120; and No. 6, Moro, 90. Simpson topped Wehling In the balloting in every precinct except No. 1. The official canvass of election returns will be held at the CARROLLTON — Mrs. Thel-j EDWARDSVILLE— A cash j regular board meeting tonight, dub" wiU open'April island" will i ma Wilkinson, Greene county! box containing an estimated | when tne organization meet- close June 15. All fish entered)superintendent of schools, hasj$125 to $150 was taken in a in s is also scheduled Fishing Contest Opens April 15 InG reeneCounty CARROLLTON — The spring fishing contest sponsored by Carrollton and Eldred Sportsmen's Plan School Exhibit for Greene Fair Cash Box Stolen From Truck Firm Wehling Defeated for Re-Election in Dist. 7 EDWARDSVILLE — Incumbent Robert J. Wehltng was defeated Saturday In his bid for re-election to a new three-year term on the Edwardsville Community Unit School District No. 7 Board of Education Township post. Total vote cast In the district, according to unofficial returns, was 2,304. Wehllng received 922 votes to Simpson's 1,292, While the third candidate for the Edwardsville Township spot, Alfred F. Meyer, drew 323 votes. In Hamel Township, Incumbent Chester Buchta, running unopposed for a new three- year term, drew 1,038 votes. Paul Heepke, running unop- one- 1,369 posed year votes. There for an unexpired term, collected were five write-in To Confer On Fire District Bill City Counselor J. W. Hoefert will go to Springfield Tuesday Keys, Flashlight Taken in Burglary A ring of keys and a flashlight were taken in a weok-end burglary of the Coca Cola Bottling Co., 2415 Crnfral Ave. Police said the intruders broke a rear window with an empty soda hot| tie and broke an inside window i to gain entry to offices. I According to the report, the J offices were ransacked, but i nothing was reported missing. The keys and flashlight were taken from trucks parked in the in the interest of state legislation that would set a definite plan for dissolution of fire protection districts. Hoefert said that he has an warehouse garage. When malafia mosquitoes penetrated Greece in 400 B.C., the brilliance of early European civilization began to dim. Records show that Greek farmers engagement to confer with Stale if led from marshy regions, caus- Rep. Paul Simon and II I.JI tl • ^- | Frank i ing food shortages that contrlb- Pfeifer, attorney of Illinois Mu- uted to the decline of national nicipal League. Alton's interest lies in the de- -~ • — sirability of dissolving the Milton fire district, the area of! which was almost completoly absorbed into Alton by annexation. By dissolution of the dis-j trict, its residents now eligible tc fire department service in Alton, could be freed of extra taxation. Hoefert said state law presently provides no means for dissolution of fire districts. Two bills have been introduced, but it is felt neither definitely meets the problem of the Alton-Milton situation. Simon, he said, has offered to appear at a House committee must be caught in Greene county: issue d a premium list for elemen- on a hook and line and the parti- ^^ wno ^ to tave cipant must be a member of the' C. and E. Club. The official weigher and mea- i exhibits at the IFi surer will be Mayor Richard Gill-!, er and members of the Greene County 'air in July. The list includes murals, pos- paintings, science burglary at the Hugh Major Trucking Co. at South Roxana, reported to the sheriff's office Sunday morning. Deputy Paul E. Turner of Alton, who investigated, said a window was broken at the Hartman. ° f Herbert ihibits are limited to pupils attend-'to gain entrance and an office Prizes will be awarded as fol>8 Greene County schools. lows: largest bass, $3; second largest bass, $2; largest crappie, i Injured ill $3; second largest crappie, $2; i largest blue gill $3 and second) Auto Mishap nrppt hlup Pill $2 I r door was forced before the thieves obtained the cash box 'from a filing cabinet. The burg- jlary occurred between 5 p.m. larget blue gill, $2. Carrollton and Eldred Sportsman Club will meet at Eldred this evening. Classes to Meet CARROLLTON — Mrs. George Clough will present the program at a meeting of the Friendly Bible Class of First Baptist Church Tuesday evening in the church. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE — Three area residents were admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, during the past weekend and four patients were discharged. Admitted were: Dennis Caulk, 311 South Benton; August Lenglet, 837 Ruskin; Mrs. Mabel Gurley, 702 North Main. Discharged were Mrs. Esther Delhanty, 247 South Kansas; Miss Myra Mitchell, Home Avenue; Alvin Halbe, 1024" Longfellow; Mrs. John Knoepile and daugh- Saturday and 8 a.m. Sunday. Deputies Lee Moss and, teri 13 Rose Ave. William A. Fulkerson, 37, of; Booker T ' Walton were dis 627 W. St. Louis Ave., East Alton, received minor injuries patched at 8:25 p.m. Saturday to investigate a break-in at a Saturday night when the car he {shelter on the Clover Leaf Golf was driving was struck from the rear on Rt. Ill, south of Hartford. He was given emergency course on Fosterburg road, where thieves had forced a door lo gain entry and took 12 hot- A recreational program will bei planned by Mrs. Elmer Garrison and Mrs, Hattie Freeh. Hostesses treatment at Alton Memorial;ties of soda and 200 candy bars. Hospital and dismissed. Burglars who had forced a State police said both Fulker-jdoor on the north side of the commemoration from the Religi- son's car and the car which 0 f f i c e building apparently •n u »* IT *, ^ u • • j struck his, driven by James H. were frightened away when will be Mrs. H. M. Combnnk and c,, n ,.| ir , miltr h w n f r.ranite <_ , , , • i ,. ... , Mr<i ijiwrprire Pnu/oli noiougn, •«, or uMniiP burglar alarm began ringing|according to Miss Norma Louise Mis. Lawrence Powell. ; City, were extensively damaged. Sa , urday nighl at tne Bol-Air Pastor Honored At Convention The Rev. R. J. Monroe, pastor of the Temple Church of God in Christ, 1823 Belle St., Saturday night was cited with a special share of service the city and district now jointly provide. Marquette Students On Week-Long Tour A group of 39 Marquette High School seniors and four faculty j chaperones Jeft Sunday afternoon by train for an educational touri of Washington, D. C., and New; York City. The tour will include visits to the White House, Capitol building and the United Nations building. The group will return Saturday evening. ous Workers' Guild of the Church aiof God in Christ, International, The Loyal Daughters class of the; S)atc poljcp cnarged Sparbor . Christian Church will be enter tained Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. John Carnes. Church Business Meeting drive-in theater at the inier- ough with "failing to slow to se( ,, ion of By . Pass highway 66 CARROLLTON business meeting and election of officers of the First Baptist Church will be held Thursday evening in the church dining room following a carry in supper. Four Honored at Fidelity Supper FIDELITY — The birthday fellowship supper was avoid an accident." held Friday in the basement of the Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Cooksey, Larry Moore and Miss Margaret Rodell were seated, at the birthday table. The pastor, Rev. Greer and Rev. The annual Pleads Guilty, Fined For Petty Larceny August Lewis, 45, of 1637 Rodgers Ave., was fined $20 and costs by Police Magistrate Fred J. Schreiber on a charge of petty larceny signed Saturday afternoon by an employe of Tri City Grocery Co., 320 Belle St., after] Lewis stole a package of swiss cheese valued at 28 cents and a package of bologna valued at 32 and Route 111. Deputies Harold Bradshaw and Randy Robbs reported they were passing the drive-in when they heard a burglar alarm ringing and investigated. They found the office door forced, but no one inside and the proprietor, after a check of the premises, said nothing had been disturbed or taken. JAKARTA, Indonesia—Machinists are assembling the first of 2.000 freight cars received from Chechoslovakia. cents. Lewis entered a plea ofj i guilty to the charge, and was be-j ing held this morning pending payment of the fine. Kenneth Kistner of Jerseyville gave talks and hymns were sung. Smith, 925 Tonsor Rd., publicit> spokesman. The citation that named the Rev. Monroe as Alton's "minister of the year" was presented at a convention of ministers and workers of the Church of God in Christ which, because of the number attending, met in the True Church House of Prayer to All Nations, 5 E. 17th St. MOUNTMELLICK, Eire—Women joined men in the potato fields when the male labor supply proved inadequate. UEFAWS FREE! FREE! UNSCRAMBLE THE !AIOVI WORD! AND IRINQ SOLUTION TO THE HOUSE A public water supply program has been approved by the muni- II I. WOAPWAY You will r« C eivi « Fill CUP OP 60fF€E with IMA order of WfffUf or Phone CL 4-3109 No Parking Problem* at Fri., Sat., Mon. Continuous From T P.M. Sun. Coiitinuouk from 1 P.M. TONITf John Wayne Stewart limugcr "NORTH TO ALASKA" 8:57 Pier 4n«eli Kieharii .^UtuUtfTougb "*.O.S. FACIFIC" SHORTS STARLIGHT.:, AVt ' AllOfi » TONITE and TUES. Children under 12 not ad* mlttod unltw accompan. led by parent*. Shown Toaite at 8:00 NO HOLES., .when tile Mlstlta |>lciy! Gable Monroe iCIifl T FREE hearing Wednesday in Alton's interest to suggest some changes. The proposed city budget, now pending before the City Council, includes a suggested appropriation for a fire company in the Milton station when and if the AT THE ARENA fire district there and Alton must is dissolved expand its APR. 20 thru 30 TICKETS NOW ON SALE five. 8 P.M. (Sun. 6:30 P.M.) Mat. Frl., Sat. & Sun. 2 PM. Buy your ADVANCE - General Admission ticket NOW — from any ST. 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