Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 3, 1958 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 3, 1958
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THURSDAY, JULt 3,1938 ALTUft EVfciNlNU I'ttLfcUKAPH HAU& Obituaries Mrs. Catherine Schoenbeckler Mrs. Catharine C. Schoenbeek ler, widow of John Schoenbeckler died at 7 p.m. Wednesday, at St Anthony's Hospital, where she had been a patient since May 6 Her home in recent years had been In St. Louis, at 410 N. New stead Ave. Mrs. SehoenbecWer, who was bom in Pittsburgh, Pa., came to Alton in 1915 with her husband when he took a position with La clede Steel Co. After the death o her husband, in 193A she contin ued her residence here. Pot- many years she resided at the home of the late Dr. Thomas 3 Moran and to his children and to others who knew her she was af- known as "Aunt fectionately Kate." Mrs. Schoenbeckler was a charter member of Alton Circle of the Daughters of Isabella. She was a sister of the late Thomas J. Mooney of Alton and later of St. Louis and Frank Mooney of Pittsburgh. The body will be at Staten Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. The rosary will be recited at the funeral home at 8 tonight. The funeral will be Friday, with requiem mass at 9 a.m. at Old Cathedral. The body will be taken to Pittsburgh for burial in St. Martin Cemetery. Upon arrival there it wil be taken to Staab Funeral Home. W. C. Homan Sr. 'William George Homan Sr., 55, who had been disabled since last Oct. 8, when he was injured in an automobile accident on Rt. 100, near Piasa Hill, died Wednesday at 1:50 p.m., at his home, 2424 Brown St. He suffered almost total paralysis of his body following the accident, and had been a patient in both Alton' hospitals and DePaul Hospital, St. Louis, at various times. A son, Lt. William Hornan, who was stationed at the Army Medical Center, Washingotn, D.C., at the time his father was hurt, was granted a special leave, and with a tree some 250 feet from the road. Born in St. Louts, Sept. 20,1903, Mr. Hornan was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Homan. He was married June 11, 1928 to Miss Laura 1. Hagetty of Alton Their marriage took place in the house where Mr. Hornan died and where they spent all of their married life. Surviving in addition to his wife and son, are three sisters and three brothers, all of St. Louis. The Rev. John Henderson, pastor of Main Street Methodist Church, will conduct funeral rites Saturday at 10 a.m., in Staten Funeral Home. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Friends may visit the funeral home after 2 p.m., Friday. Lester Early WHITE HALL — Lester Early, 65, a farmer of southwest of White Hall, died unexpectedly Wednesday night, apparently of a heart attack. He was found dead in his automobile about 8:30 p.m. in White Hall, near the LaCross Lumber Co. where he ap- jarontly had succumbed after ;etting into the car to return lome. Mr. Early, who was a member •f the White Hall Lions Club, had 5een assisting members of the club in decorating a float for the Ih of July parade, earlier in the evening, A spn of the late Mr. and Mrs. 'hompson Early, he was born Oct. 4, 1893, in Greene County. He was a member of the First Baptist Church and a member of EduarthiiUr C of C Forms Public Service Committee - A new committee of the Chamber of Commerce, public service, was formed Wednesday at a meeting in the cptrtmunlty room of the National Bank and Trust'Co. George Lautner was named chairman. The committee of 12 established ati eight-point program on streets, tree planting, city beau- ttficatlon, street signs and off- street parking and established a special group to plan for Ed- wardsvllle's 150 birthday a few years hence. It was elected to meet the first Wednesday of earn month at 8 p.m. Each member of the public service committee was appointed as a chairman to establish subcommittees in IJi separate public service activities. County Offtcei To Clone EDWARDSVILLE — All offices and departments of the Madison County Courthouse will remain closed from 5 p.m. today until j) a.m. Monday, affording a three- day holiday weekend for officials and employes. The courthouse normally is open on Saturdays until noon, but a resolution of the coun- :y board of supervisors authorized closing of offices on the two Sai- .irdays following Memorial Day and Independence Day, which this year fall on Friday. Offices of the Edwardsville city clerk and water department will remain open as usual on Saturday his week, and most local store? uid both banks will be open for nisiness, the chamber of commerce reported. The county farm .bureau will re-: main open until noon on Saturday. News of Grains Futures Prices Shift Rapidly CHICAGO (AP)—Grain futures prices shifted fairly rapidly on the Board of trade today both above and below previous closes. Dealers said there was alternate liquidation and short-cover- in? in a move toward evening up commitments for the three-day holiday weekend. The July corn delivery was weak most of the day while the deferred contracts had moderate support, partly on reports that recent heavy rains in Iowa had flooded out considerable acreage and delayed cultivation generally. At times, wheat and rye were off around a cent a bushel but soybeans were steady to firm most of the day. Carlot grain receipts in Chicago were estimated at: wheat 36 curs; , corn 155; oats 12; rye none; bar-j Livestock PriCCS ley 9 and soybean^ 17. ! ' CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No l! At East St. LOUIS GRIM REMINDER Two spectators watch from the bank one to heed all water safety rules If plans of the Cumberland River, Nashville, to celebrate Fourth of July weekend Tenn., while rescue squad drags the river holiday will be on or near the water.— for the bodies of two teen-age hoys who NEA Photo, drowned. Tragedy should remind every* East Germans Show They're Blackmailers f»,r .IAMBS MARf.OW Associated PrpM News Analyst WASHINGTON (API-It is no onger just an American, Secretary of State Dulles, who Is call- rig the East German Communists blackmailers. They themselves lave made it indisputable that :hey are both blackmailers and second-raters. An East German spokesman siiid Wednesday the nine American soldiers held captive 26 days since thpir helicopter wandered there would be released at once if the United States would recognize the East German government. The United States, allied with West Germany, has refused to recognize the East German Communist government as legitimate. The' American position is that the East German Communists are not a government but the puppets of the Russians. At a news conference set up by j Attest: . .. . . r»A I cr red 1.82 1 .*.; No 1 red garliey 1.68 l i: j No. 2 red 1.82H. Corn No 2 yellow 1.3i5%-37; No 3 yellow 1.35: No 4 yellow 1.33&; No 5 yellow l.LW: Cample grade yellow 1.10. Oats No 1 white 6S',4. No soybeans. Soybean oil 9%; soybean meal 63.00-65.00. Barley: malting choice 1.20-1.30; feed 83-1.09. High Low Close Prev.Close Wheat but the home bpreau will close its'Sep office lale this afternoon and re-! Dec he Guiding Star Chapter, Order open Monday morning. 5f Eastern Star. He was also the sentinel of the ;astern Star. He was married in March 1914 o the former Florence Logan, vho. survives. He is also survived iy five children, Marvin, Donald, nd John of White Hall, and Mrs. Depra Hansen of Peoria, add VIrs. Marjorie Schutz of Hillview. The body is at Dawdy Funeral tone. Funeral arrangements are his wife, who is a nurse, came to incomplete. Allon to attend Mr. Horpan. They with the aid of Mrs. Hornan cared for Homan in his Brown street home during the months ensuing the mishap. Mr. Homan was a long time employe of Alton Box Board Co. He began work there Feb. 2, 1928, and for several years prior to his accident hart been a clerk in the supply department. He was a member of the Paper Workers Union His hobby was fishing and the accident in which he was injured occurred as he was rethrning home from a fishing trip. His automobile was believed to have skidded on loose gravel causing him to lose control of the car which left the highway and came to rest upside down in W. R. Wawne BUNKER HILL — In failing health for several months, William R. Wawne, 81, died Wednesday at 6:20 p.m. in an Alton Nationalist China Will Send Scientists To Russia TAIPEI (AP) —Nationalist China is planning to test the Soviet Union's devotion to the nonpolitical principles of the Internalion- al Geophysical Year by sending three scientists to Moscow. I[ they are admitted, to attend the meeting Aug. 1-9 of the IGY special committee, they will be the first Chinese Nationalist representatives to enter Soviet territory since Moscow recognized Communist China in 1949. Jly 1.82% 1.80% 1.81-81 J 4 1.82 1.85'i 1.83% 1.83%-% 1.84*; 1.90% 1.89% 1.89%-% 1,90% Mar 1.94% 1.93',4 1.93%-% 1.94 R » May 1.93% 1.92% 1.92% 1.93! 2 Corn (old} Jly 1.33% 1.32% 1.32U-T4 1.34% Sep 1.2914 1.28H 1.2814-% 1.29 Dec 1.21% 1.20% 1.20% 1.20% Mar 1.251* 1.24% 1.24% May 1.28% 1.2714 1.27% Corn (new) NATIONAL STOCK YARDS. 111. <AP>—(USDA)—Hogs 5,500; bulk U. S. 1-3 mixed weight and grade 180-240 Ib 24.50-25.00; largely 24.75 Dec Mar Oats Jly Sep Peter a'nd Sarah Crawford' Greenwood, she was born Oct. 25, 1873. at Bethalto. She had made her Dec Mar Rye | Jly Sep Dec Mar May 1.22% 1.21% 1.21% 1.25% 1.25% 1.2514 .64% .63% .6416 .6614 .65% .66-6614 .68% .68 .68% .70% .70 .70% .66^4 .68% .10% HERE FRIENDSHIP DWELLS AND PROVES ITSELF. ne. He is survived by his wife Mrs. Jessie B. Wawne, and a daughter, Gertrude M. pf Bun ker Hill. His parents and four brothers preceded him in death The body will be moved from Jacoby-Wise Funeral Home to the Wawne residence where friends may call after 10 a.m. Friday. Funeral rites will bt conducted Saturday at 2 p.m., in the Methodist Church,with the Rev Ross Smith, officiating. Burial will be in Bunker Hill Cemetery Mrs. Hattie Gulp Mrs. Hattie L. Gulp, 84, a member of an old Alton area family, died at 8:35 a.m., today in Villa Terrace Convalescent Home. Prioi to entering the nursing home she had made her home for 33 years with a daughter, Mrs. Leo Willis, at Rt. 3, Godfrey. One of 10 children of the late LOW COST WAY TO DRY high moisture groin Butler STOR-N-DRY System Butter •yitam led you both store and dry your grain for littl* mort than «Mt of itorag* alone. Sav«i th« cost of W tvM crop dry*r,.. co§ti only pennlei a d»y to oper> •M, Stvtd pork... jutt ont grain handling operation Inattad of two when aeparatt dryer it used, Complete unita MMiating of Butler bin, perforated drying floor or ducw and high volume Force-Aire fan available for •* •ry type of crop or moiiture condition. Fully field teated. Supplemental beat and automatic control! optional. Corrwinandget rde Hospital. Previous to entering " l «"«»"• •»•« »•« •"•«« »« the hospital in Alton, a few days home '" the Bethalto area unl " ago, he had been a patient in ^ ml ^_ |° Carlinville Area Hospital. Born in Bunker Hill, Nov. 29 1876, lie was a"son of the late Charles R., and Elizabeth Waw her son-in-law and daughter. Her husband, Herbert L. Culp, died in 1929.- Mrs. Culp was a member of Fosterburg Baptist Church. I addition to her daughter, Mrs. Leo (Edna) Willis, she is survived by two sons, Randall Culp of Godfrey, and Lester of Alton; a brother, Peter Greenwood, Seattle, Wash., and a sister, Mrs. E. L. Palmer of San Maleo, Calif., eight grandchildren, and 15 great-grandchildren. One daughter died in infancy. The body is at Gent Chapel pending funeral arrangements. Alonzo B. Cravens 1.25% 1.24% 1.24^-% 1.25% 1.28% 1.26% 1.27%-% 1.28V 4 1.30% 1.29 1.30 1.30% 1.33J4 1.31i,S 1.32% 1.33 1.33 1.31% 1.32% 1.32% up; moderate number 1-2 190-230 Ib 25.50-50; few No 2-3 240-260 Ib 24.25-75; 'some mostly 1-2 lo 25.00; mixed grade 150-170 Ib 23.00-24.00; lew 120-140 Ib 21.50-22.50; sows 1-3 400 Ib down 20.75-22.00; heavier sows 19.50-22.50: mostly 19.75 up; boars over 250 Ib 16.00-25; lighter weights .to 17.25. Cattle 500; calves 200; good slaughter steers 26.00-50; standard j | and low good 24.00-25.50; few good mixed steers and heifers 26.00-75; cows slow and dull; few utility and commercial 18.00-20.00; can- iser and cutlers 13.00-18.00; largely 14.00 up; utility and commercial 2 j bulls 21.00-23.50; canner and cut- *'lers 16.00-20.00; good and choice vealers 25.00 - 28.00; few prime L'9.00: standard and low good 18.0025.00; good and choice 300-500 Ib ."laughter calves 24.00-27.00; utility and standard 17.00-23.00. Sheep 300; good and choice spring lambs 23.00-25.00; few lots mostly choice to 25.50; utility and good 19.00-22.00; cull and utility ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL PUBLIC Notice is hereby given B*.9rf CIVIC MEMORIAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY. Madi«on County, flu- nols. that a Tentative Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for s«M authority for the ffecai year Bejta- ning June l, 1958. and ending May 31. 1959. ha* been prepared at tM direction of the Board of Commissioners of said Authority and wilt be on file and conveniently available to public inspection at the office building on the airport ttta on the, East Alton-Bethalto Road In We area, of said Authority, for at least TO dayt, prior to the public hearing hereinafter specified and to final action thereon. Notice is further given hereby that a public hearing on said Budget and Appropriation Ordinance wilt be held at 8:00 P.M. (C.D.S.T.) on the 10th day of July. 1958. at the office building on the airport site on the East Alton-Bethalto Road In the area of said Authority. Dated the second day oi June, 19M, LE ROY A. BORDEAUX i/ LeRoy A. Bordeaux. Secretary CIVIC MEMORIAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all persons that the first Monday in August, 1958, Is the Claim Date in the estato of WILLIAM COURT EAKER. Deceased, pending in the ProbattY Court of Madison County. Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of summons. Dated thli llth day of June. 1958. M. G. SCHAUERTE. Public Administrator, Administrator with will annexed. the German Reds, the American captives Wednesday told newsmen they accidentally landed in East Germany. The East Gorman police first look them lo Soviet army officials, not to East Germans. This action by the East German police was tacit admission that the Russians, not the East German Communists, were the sovereign power in East Germany. The East Germans have been pretending they are sovereign and should be recognized by us. After repealed requests the East Germans invited AP's Berlin cor- DALE HILT, Probate Clerk. GREEN & HOAGLAND. Attorneys 'ELMER BERNARD) lune 19. 26. July I NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all persons thai the first Monday In August. 1958. Is the Claim Date In the estatt of GUSTAVE PELOT. Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of summons. Dated thlt flth day of June. 1958. ALVENA PELOT HORN, Executrix Attest: DALE HILT. Probate Clerk. GREEN HOAGLAND. Attorneys respondent Seymour Topping, andj'ELMER BERNARD) eight newsmen who -represent! June 19. 26. July I European Communist newspapersjiN THE MATTER OF THE CHANGI to a conference with the Amcri- can prisoners. How (lie East German Reds PRIVATE CONFERENCE New England textile tycoon Bernard Gold fine (right) confers with his attorney, Roger Robb, as he prepares to begin his testimony in Washington before the House Interstate Commerce Subcommittee on Legislation Oversight. He later, testified that he received no favors for his gifts and that his accusers lied.—NEA Photo. came to do this—in view of. what developed and the position it pi; them in the eyrs of the world- is almost unbelievable lor its jstunirlily and clumsiness. The Russians, after the American prisoners were delivered to them by the East German police, turned them back to the East Germans. Russia since has insisted the problem of releasing them involved the United Slates and the East Germans. This was an apparent effort to force American recognition of the OF NAME OF IDA HOUCHARD NOTICE To all persons whom It may concern, please take notice that the 15.00-18.50; good and choice shorn slaughter ewes 5.00-6.00; cull and 5 Divorces Granted Soybeans Jly 2.25H 2.23 2.24',4-» 8 2.234 Sep 2.23?i 2.22 2.23V»- 1 ,4 2.22» 8 Dec 2.22 2.20% 2.21V2-% 2.21^ Mar 2.26 2.24% 2.25'i 2.25'4 Mar 2.29?'g 2.28% 2.28% 2. utility 3.50-4.50. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) — Produce and live poultry. Fryers and broilers, white crosses 21. Other prices unchanged. 11 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. and 1952. Brinser's complaint alleged he entered into a written agree- News of Stocks Market Moves Irregularly NEW YORK (AP) — The stock ' market moved irregularly on new! 1 " the Allon area - as su PP' le d *OjSr. of East Aiton, cruelty; rus- phis 6 per cent interest. $8,820 Suit Filed Against Alton Man *• » East German regime. Dulles branded these tactics blackmail Tuesday at his news conference. Dulles took this position: "I can't think of anything that would be worse than, in effect, to Madison County, Illinois to change the name of the undersigned from Ida Houchard to Ida Baker. You are further notified that said petition will be filed on July 31. 1958 for hearing on August 1. 1958 or as soon thereafter as same may be heard by the Court. ROBERT RYAN. Attorney. 214 W. 3rd, Alton. IDA HOUCHARD June 19. 26. July I 111 City Court Five divorces were granted in] EDWARDSVILLE — J u d g- City Court, Wednesday, afler^nent for.$8,820 was asked by Jl.| pay blackmail to get people out. hearing of the respective suitsjW. Brinsp'r of Alton against ai "\\'e are willing to use any prop- before Judge Streeper. Because 1 ,fellow Allonian, Henry L. Mo.l-j et . methods to get them out short of the proximity of Independencelman, in a lawsuit filed Wednes-j o { paying blackmail. II we started Day, the mid-week court session day in Circuit Court over sumsjd o i n g that, then that would only Brinsrr allegedly hati advanredj encol ,i. age further efforts to use was changed from Thursday to Wednesday. Those divorced were: Frances lleen Holliday of 821 Alby Street from Clyde HolJiday, tojhe^defendant between 1948 Americans as hostages." cruelty; order of custody of the ment with Holman Sept. 16, 1948, two children of the couple re-;anrl under its terms he advanr- quotations on twelve New York served for further consideration Jed $5.000, for which he was to re- Stock Exchange issues research Mary VVedclorburn of 232 Doo-!eeive slock in the "MarliteCorp." has indicated are widely held'ley Dr. from James Wedderburn Holman reported^' was to form. iiigh ground for 1958 as trading Alonzo Baker Cravens, 81, a former long time employe of Owens-Illinois, died this morning at his home, Rt. 1, Shipman. He <J been in ill health for three years and bedfast for the past six rnonths. He had resided in Alton previous to moving to the Shipman d'rea 10 years ago, and had been •mployed for a number of years as watchmtn at Owen-Illinois. Born at Ridgeway, March 28, 1877, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Cravens. His wife, the former Nellie Slanche Choiser, to whom he was married 59 years ago in Eldorado, is among survivors: He also leaves five sons, Mayloy, San Francisco, Calif., Sherman of Piasa, Don of Shipman and Kenneth and LaVern of Alton; a brother, George of Eldorado, and nine grandchildren. The body is at Gent Chapel vvhere friends may call after 4 j.rn. Friday, funeral rites will )e conducted Saturday at 3 p.m. u the chapel. Interment will be n Upper Alton Cemetery. i slackened late this afternoon. Volume for "the day was estimated at 2,600,000 shares compared with 2,370,000 Wednesday. Tobaccos were off in nervousness over a new health report on cigarettes due next week. Chemicals showed elective strength. "Rails were ahead on average. Motors showed little change. Assorted gainers appeared among nonferrous metals, steels and electronics. Reichhold Chemical rose about 2 points as did International Paper. Homestake, Eastern Stainless Steel and American Viscose rose more than a point each. Automatic Canteen, Richfield Oil and American Tobacco dropped around a point. Fractional gains were scored by Du Pont, Allied Chemical, Bethlehem, Phelps Dodge, American Smelting, Illinois Central, Radio Corp. and Zenith. • Among - the losers were Safe- w a y, Caterpillar, Kennecolt, Westinghouse Electric, U.S. Tobacco, U.S. Gypsum and Balti- This country, allied with Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalist government or. Formosa, has refused to recognize the Chinese Communist government on the mainland as the legitimate government of China. .The. Chinese Reds had held 40 tn'a'n"'7"3b °p!m.*TDST)"'j'uiy "21. the Alton Evening Telegraph' by j tody of two children awarded to On Jan. 5. 1949, he also ad-itdjs countrv Newhard, Cook & Co., from itsjihe plaintiff. Americans prisoners. Alihougl this country did not recognize The Commissioners of the Wood River Drainage and Levee District will Publicly open bids at the Wood River Drainage and Levee Office, at No. 9 S. Sixth Street. Wood River, Illinois at 7:30 p.m. (DST) July 21. 1958 on the following: ' I Crawler type tractor, powered by 6 cylinder gasoline engine, producing not less than 32 drawbar horse power, tractor to be equipped with 68" track centers, and not lest [than U" grousers, 6 forward and 2 reverse speed transmission, controlled differential steering, drawbar and independently controlled power takeoff. 1 Rotary type mower, equipped with 3 rotary blades, driven by V belli through enclosed gear box. Width of cut to be not less than 7'6". Drop center wheels, equipped with pneumatic tires. Both items above to be quoted •• one unit. Prices to be quoted F.O.B. Wood River, Illinois. Maximum delivery date to be 14 days from date of award. The Commissioners reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Bldi to be submitted to the Wood River Drainage and Levee office not later '- - ' 1958. vanred 53,200 to Ilolman under j them, it nevertheless carried or , Alton branch office. (The New Dixie Hammock of 251 S. Doo- a similar agreement, and onljong negotiations with the Chinese York Exchange closes daily at;ley Dr. from Robert Hammock, three later occasions loaned 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so thesejcrueity. are not the closing quotations): AT&T 179!i, Gen. Motors 39%. Granite City Stl. 38 J /s, Olin Math. 34, Owens-ni. 69%, Shell 77%, Sinclair 58%, Socony 51%, Std. find.) 46%, Std. (NJ) 54%, U. S. Steel 65%, Sears 29%. George Williams Found Dead at His Home idefendant sums of $550, $50 and Opal A. Martin from John C.i?20. Brinser's complaint averred. Martin of Bethalto. cruelty;) Holman never formed the cor- plaintiff awarded custody of min-jporation, never presented the or daughter and defendant to pay;stock and never repaid any of $10 a week for the child's sup- (he sums advanced. Brinser port. charged in asking judgment for Mary Jane Lewis of 3419 Bad-ithe $8,820 outlay, the complaint ley Ave., from Herbert R. Lewis.'alleged, statulory grounds. i Community State Bank George Williams, a retired rail- 1 Of Salem Chartered more Ohio. U.S. government bonds rose modewtely. New Jersey was the only northern state not to abolish slavery before 1850. It had 239 negroes in bondage that year. v x v v S / / S road man, was found dead at his apartment, 607 Belle St., today by a sister, who called to investigate after he had failed to visit her as was his daily morning custom. Death apparently was due to a heart ailment. Mrs. Lee Miller of 606 Belle SI., said that Williams, a tenant of her husband, was in the habit of visiting his sister every morning. The body is al Staten Funeral Home pending funeral arrangements. , Police, who responded to a call after finding of the body, learned that Williams' sister was Mrs. Maggie Allred of 211 Vine St Deputy Coroner O. Carson Quinn was notified and he went to the residence to make an investigation, i De Gaulle Flies Into Rebel-Infested Area to get the prisoners released. All hut four are now free. This country will probably attempt to follow the same course in seeking the release of the nine American soldiers now in East Germany. Viscount Bledisloe Dies at Age of 90 LONDON (AP)—Viscount Bled- isloe, an eminent agriculturalist! ''"brance" 10 " 1 "" °' sweet remem " who served as governor general Just a memory sad and true: NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all persons that the first Monday in August. 1958. is the Claim Date in the estat* of MARIE A. WEBSTER, deceased, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County. Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Dated this 30th day of June. 1958. SADIE L. SCHEFF, Attest- Administratrix 3ALE HILT. Probate Clerk. ANTHONY W. DALV, Attorney. July 3,10. 17 IN MEMORIAM N T LOVING MEMORY — Of Mn. Elsie H. Hohn, who passed away July 3. 1944: SPRINGFIELD, III. (API-State ALGIERS (API - Premier dfiof New Zealand from 1930-35, died' Auditor Elbert S. Smith issued a charier Wednesday of the Community State Bank - of Salem. The bank will have $175,000 capital stock, $87,500 surplus and $87,500 operating reserve. "Directors are Earl Warfield, John M. Kagy, Joe B. Hale, Peter L. Guth, F. L. Malan, Herman F. Austin, R. F. Gragg, Lloyd E. Turnbull and Carl Y. Cantrell, all; of Salem. The bank president is Warfield. IGaulle flew by helicopter today!today at his country home |into more rebol-infosted areas of;Gloucestershire. He was 90. Algeria. Completing his three-day tour of Of one who thinks of you. in; Deeply missed by her Sister, Mrs. A. N. Fry. Algeria to check up on the fight! Nationalist Chinese against the nationalist .rebellion,! _, ,. D . the 67-year-old general sped by Cabinet KesigllS helicopter from mountain fortress to mountain fortress in the rough; Kabylie area. Man Fatally Injured In Fall From Tractor INJURED AT WORK A construction worker, Ronaldj ELKHART, 111. (AP) - Ronald Chester. 49, of 459 East Third St.. was admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital this morning following an accident in which he suffered lacerations of his right wrist, inflicted by a power saw. HATTIE CULP Services 1:00 P.M. Saturday N at the Chapel Rev. Leonard Todd officiating. Burial In Short Cemetery, Fosterburg. In State at the Chapel after 4:00 P.M Friday ALONZO -BAKER CRAVENS Services 3:00 P.M. Saturday at the Chapel. Burial In Upper Alton Cem«tery. In Slate at the Chapel after 4:00 P.M. Friday ELLEN NISENGER Services 9:30 A.M. Saturday at St. Alphonsus Church, Brighton Burial In Alton City C«m«tery. In State at the Chapel after 3:00 P.M. Friday. Rosary recited 8:00 P.M. Friday. OPEN ALL DAY 4TH OF JULY tht important detail* MEDORA ELEVATOR CO. Mtodor*. Ul. iilgpi ON SALE RED RIPE •SWEET Watermelons ALL SIZES * ICE COLD OR WARM BROADWAY & MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET Hinds, 14, of Pleasant Plains was fatally injured Wednesday in a fall from a tractor pulling a' hay bailer on a country road near Elkhart. ' TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) — Outgoing Premier 0. K. Yui's cabinet resigned today to pave the way for a new government headed by President Chiang Kai-shek's political heir apparent. Chen Cheng, long a close associate of the Chinese Nationalist leader, will continue as vice president and deputy leader for the ruling Kuomintang party alter he takes over as premier. Read Telegraph Want Ads. DISCUSS SOVIET POLICY United Arab Republic President Ganiel Abdel Nastier (left) Us greeted by Marshal Tito on Nasser's arrival in Uubrovnlk, Yugoslavia, by'ship. Nasser and Tito will engage in two weeks of penetrating talks, concentrating their discussion on the present Soviet Union policy. JNEA Photo, IN LOVING MEMORY — Of Walter Manns, who went to meet God 3 years ago. July 3: Just when your day seemed brighter. And al) your dreams coming true, God called you home and left only a memory of you. What would we give to hear your voice. And your smile once more to see. To laugh and talk of things gone by And wish for things to be. When the agony of losing you Is more than our hearts can bean. We whisper softly, dear Jesus. Take care of him until we get there. Sadly missed by Family. IN MEMORY—Of my mother, Dor« Mandorca, who passed away July 4. IMS: As we breathe your name in gllenc*. Mom, We recall your laughing eyes. And all the things you taught us, And the things we memorized. Your memory is music to our mind*. It is happiness to our heart*. And we are still together, Though so very far apart. Sadly missed by Daughter, Freda Hefley. and Family, PERSONALS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Newcomer* Group 3132 HOLLAND ST ALTON Ph 2-U8*l> 01 «-?870 1 SOCIETIES - UeMOLAY MOTHERS' AUX. — Will pay respects (o Wm. Homan, father o' Paymaster Counselor Bill Horn* an at Staten Funeral Home. 8 p.m. Saturday, July .11 h. FRANKLIN CHAPTER—No. I. S. A. M. Friday, July 4, T:30 p.m. Slated convocation. Alvin Simpson. H. f. Classified Ads Click

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