Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 9, 1960 · Page 35
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 35

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 9, 1960
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THURSDAY, JUNK 9, «•*> ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH The Telegraph's Daily Radio Chart MO (IftC) Ml HO WBW (MM) fit 10 RMOX (CM) 11» BO ISM HO worn RC Obituaries A. & Lauck P. Como N; Gordon D. Gordon N S; N N; S fi! H N: RlChOM K. RtcMrd N. 9 Itm N: 8 Man on Od World N B. Mor«n F. LjWtt Jf. D Gordon N D. Gordon N: MUlIC Nlte Mu*to N; W i . Buck . Burmt Bob A Ray N; Richard K: Rtcnar*. S: RlcntW K Richard £••* Albert O. Lauck. K, an em- ploye with Owen's Illinois for 37 years, died at 2 p.m. Wednesday at his home, 9142 Harvest Lam, | Toledo. Ohio. He had been cm- ployed as a mechanical engineer In the Alton and Toledo plants. In 1955. he was transferred to Toledo. p. Gordon S; Gordon D. Gordon N; Mttllc Nlte Music Amos • Andy Richards • Griffith World Tonight N: Richard K. Richard S; Jenkins B. Jenkins of Grnins Corn. Soybean Futures Steady * CHICAGO fAPi - Corn and soybean futures eased but other grains- were steady to firm In A native of Alton, he was born more active dealings today on on June 24, 1904, n son of Mrs.,the Board of Trade. Anna Lauck and the l«fe Albert ' Lauck. N&.US of fide Gains Extend Rally By KD NORSK *• IWlBllf^WH rt**» Pj W'TlfWr by selected blue chips and a significant upward move by rath helped the stock mn«ket extend the week's rally to four days straight In active trading latet his afternoon. Volume for the day was esti- In thr curly afternoon, \vheal mated at 4,000,000 shares corn- was up major fractions In spots iwred with 3.SOO.OOO Wednesday. tA\-fstock Prices At East Sf. Lotti* NATIONAL SrroCKYAfiBS, QL (AP)~(U3DA)-Hog> 8,900; bulk 1-2 185-230 Ibs 1T.7M8, few tWU* dred head 18.00: some later around 230 Ibs down to 17.60; bulk mixed grade 1-1 and 2-3 180-240 NEW YORK (AP>-WMe gains jib barrows and gilts 17.00-75; 241 p. Gordon sitn Off N; PrOfttSB Protress 0. Music N; Jenkins B. Janklns N: Jfenklna B. Jenkins N; imata (man Mgtronorat N; MUSIC 9 M ° llc N: R. Shop Record Shop N: R Shop Record Shop N Memortta N I. Buck N: R. Shop Record Shop S: R Shop Record Shop N; Buck J. Buck, Memories; N «: R. Shop Record Shop 4: R. Shop Record Shop FRIDAY the Monroe Street {Church. Toledo. ! He Is survived. In addition to his mother, by his wife. Laura, two sons. Albert Jr.. Webster Groves. Mo., and David of Mt. Prospect: two brothers. Lester, Torrence, Calif., and Percy of Alton and one grandson. The body will be brought to Cent Chapel where friends may call after 7:30 p.m. Friday. Rites will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday H. Gunther H. Gunther Opener N: Farm Voiei Farm N; wuiianw G. Williams Clockwatcher G. Newsoma N. Newsoma G. Newsoma N: Day Bob Oaf N: Day Bob Day Mr. Lauck was a member of,while soybeans declined about the! While recent gainers among Methodist! same range. Reports of heavy I "rte^ls and oils dropped from frac- i rainfall over much of the Southi-| 'tan* to a point on profll taking, west winter wheat area attract-'high quality issues in other i-d some short covering in wheat. Croups advanced several points. The- advices said harvest of the Responding to investment de- crop may be delayed several days mand, DuPont rose about 8 lioints, Corning Glass 7 and Eastin some localities. Hie weakness in soybeans was mnn Kodak ! described as outright liquidation. hldo rosr w" 11 ovpr « point and Carlot receipts were estimated Wp s«nRho"se Electric about 2. at wheat 1 car, corn 23,, oats 14. Rnil * , ,, . rye none, barley 12 and soybeans (>ovpr y w * h . in the mostly 17.30 down; some 2-3 240 Ibs down to 16.70: few lots 3-3 240260 Ibs 1fi.3tM?.25; 1-3 to 17.50; mixed grade 150-170 Ibs 16.2517.00; 120-140 Ibs 133.7M8.flO; 1-8 sows 400 Ibs down 14.50-15.50: OVCT 400 Ibs 13.00-14.00, few 14.25; boars over 250 Ib* 11.00-25, lighter boars 11.50-12.00. ' Cattle 900; calves 300;* few high standard to low good steers 23.00; utility and commercial 18.50-17.50; canner and cutter cows 14.0016 ."iO; bulls utility and commercial 18..V) - 20.00; canner and cutter hulls 16.00-18.50; few high choie#j vealers 29.00; good and choice 24.00-28.00; standard and low good 19.00-23.00; good and choice 230. 550 Ibs slaughter calves 20.00- the March 24re-; £-,.00; utility and standard 17.00- ">• Union Car- LoiMrVMity TaxProjmedat 8. average as bains of about anoint Jones 1 20.00; culls 14.00-16.00. in the chapel. Burial will be in' CHICAGO (AP> - No wheat or N; Gunther H. Gunther N N: Farm T. Dalley N; Dalley T. Dalley N; W Rex Davis Clockwatcher N; Newsoma G. Newsome N; Newsoma G. Newsoma N: Day S; Day N: Day Bob Day World N H. Gunther N; Gunther H. Gunther N; Dalley T. Dalley N; Dalley Dalley. N Rex Davis Clockwatcher N: Newsoma G. Newsome N: Newsome G. Newsome N Bob Day the Donnelson Cemetery. Mrs. Mattie Sparks Rites Conducted July The Rev. Leonard F'. Todd. Sep I soybean sales. Corn No. 1 yellow heavy white Wheat by Atlantic Coast and Chesapeake & Ohio. Issues did so did other 12 Selected Stocks ffl. a " pw tax on the Kfton wscdptl of Ik; utilities to* withdrawn «j a new bill to ftttess 4.41 per CWrt introduced Wednesday by th« IMR St. Louis City Cotfndl. ,, The substltttfe measure W*» Introduced wJwn it WHS dlacqvjered that tindpr fhp first, pwpoinf " cM,v would be responsible for col- lerttng the taxes, the new bflt would allow utilities to pom the full 5 per cent Increase on to theff customers, then remit 4.4$ pef rant of It to the city. The M'lfa cent margin would be retained to defray costs of collecting this taxes. If the mwimire gains approval In the City Council, the increase VWII become effective Aug. 1. "ijeat June the City Council passed an ordinance levying a gross receipts tax on utilities, but voters defeated it in a referendum. High Low Close Prev. close 1.85>i 1.8>a N: Wilson Ed Wilson Exercises Unity: Hymns G. Cantrell H. Christian N Clockwatcher N; Newsome G. Newsome N: Newsome G. Newsome N': waltar H. Walter tello QUtl R. Benson .18 N: Wilson Ed Wilson B'fnst Club .V; Godfrey A. Godfrey N; Davis (', Davis N: Davis G. Davis N: Benson R. Benson I pastor of the Evangelical & Reformed Church, officiated at rites in the Streeper Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Wednesday for Mrs-. Mattie L. Sparks of Godfrey. Burial was in t'pper Al- N: Wilson Ed Wilson N: Dalley T. Dalley N: Dalley Dalley: N N; Party Houseparty G. Moore Crosby-Clooney N: Davis G. Davis N: Davis G. Davis N: Tima Cty: T|m« M. Galnaa Mar Oats ton Cemetery. Pallbearers, all nephews of Mrs. Sparks, were Marion, \VaI- July lace, John, Kenneth and Steve I Sep Dec Mar May Corn Jly Sep 1,97 3 k 1.96V* .84" 1 * 1.85^ 1.84»i P'home N: Farm Vogel Farm The World N : Headlines .1. McCormlch Helen Trent •J Next Door N. Davis G. Davis N: Davis G. Davis N P«rtn-MM. A Grace Club News N; Party P'house Party N; Witt D Witt N: Witt Witt, N Whispering Sts. Ma Perkins Dr. Malone Mrs Burton N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N: Jenkins B. Jenkins N: Day Bob Day B Counter N; Burke .1. Burke D. WHt N: Witt Witt; N Rt. to Happiness Pat But tram G. Williams N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Palen J. Palen N; Burke J. Burke p. Gordon N: Gordon Gordon: N N; Buck J. Buck N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins K. Richard N: Palen J Palen N; Burke J. Burke Burke; N N; Cordon O. Gordon N: Gordon Gordon: N N: Buck J. Buck Buck: W N; Richard K. Richard N; Richard K. Richard' N: Palen J. Palen 'iJohnson and Duane Clayton. iTwo great-nephews. David Clay- 'ton and Kenneth Johnson, serv- " : ed as honorary' pallbearers. • Mrs. Sena Benlon Rites Conducted ' Funeral rites for Mrs. Sena 'H. Benton, 84, were conducted • at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in Dec Mar Rye Jly Sep Dec Mai- May — Soybeans July 119, 1.18'S 1.16V* .71 .71 a i .74% .87M, 1.88',fc 1.87'si .93 1.93% 1.93 .9fl : <4 1.97H 1.97 .937* 1.96'i 1.96 1 J.1 .70 jumped about than 1 point. Woolworth was alxnit 3 points ^higher wirl International Ham-st- !. Gains of more than Following are today's 1:30 Match • has indlcated arc widely held •Motorola tnorp i , and Zenith more than a' 1 " "'f, Alf0 " n ™' ** «'PP»« I1 [ 0 the Alton Kvemng Telegraph hy Mewhiml. ("ook * Co., from its Alton branch office. r/The Newi York Kxchanse closes daily at : '.':.'!() p.m. i Alton timot. so these| :ire not 1he closing quotations):, AT&T 91 « 4 , Gen. Motors 45- l s. than 3 (;,.„„(),, nty Steel M'.... O|iii| alwut 1. ^, nt| , Cnpm 47 Owens-Illinois j The uniformed services provide special hazard pay (fllO a month for officers, $55 a month for enlisted men) for duty Involving exposure to lepers. JHb w HOHg Win ^^ft^^£ IMH1UH toll as rrtcuc wrecfcagfe. front Ptlplnj OH the storm ftftff If nist Wirttlrtg radar line tH§ u<Sv ftwfn Blrtfl tpok 2S,OW men. '*'*' Myers and Polarnid slippedmorc so .70 .70Vi .73«8 n Sn<,,ny Standard fN.T> 43U, U. S.M .76'i .75% .70% .70% : ,_._ ____________ ... ar . .74 .73% j Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" ' Steel 85 s s, Soars 56U. .75% Standard (fnd.) H ,,M, • in ii h i i • I hi a • ria ^^ •• ^^mm»m^^i fa»>*lla^^^ Jl^idtf KOvl •HyWfWfwf nvQUB Qv pWMINnC VMnNWWMIf WDI WESTINGHOUSE1 tip. MOBHAIRE COMMONER ws?«wafc^ $ |Q*2SiiTHf KoDi .75% l.21 1.21% 1.21 1 2 1.21% 1.22U 1.22 1.23% 1.24% 1.25 1.24% 1.2fiH 1.26H 1.26*4 1.26U — — 1.27% 1.27% TV digest with John N. Jones KTVl (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSD (NBC) 5, KETC 9, KPLR U. THURSDAY EVENING 6:00—(2) Huckleberry Hound „,. (4) (5) News • Reports (9) Sing Hi, Sing Lo 6:10—(4) (.5) Weather Reports 6:15—(4) CBS News: Edwards (5) Sports: Bob Ingham (9) Friendly Gianl 6:25—(5) Spotlight With Nancy 6:30—(2) Steve Canyon (4) To Tell the Truth (5) Law of the Plainsman (9) Jazz Meets the Classics , (11) Wild Bill Hickok 7:00— (2) Donna Reed Show (4) Betty Hutton Show (5^ Bat Masterson (9) Escape from the Ca'ge (11) Bold Journey 7:30—(2) The Real McCoys (4) Johnny Ringo (5) Producer's Choice (9> World of Art (11) Movie 8:00— (2i Pat Boone Show (4) Zane Grey Theatre (5) Bachelor Father Commonwealth of Na(9) tions 8:30-t2) (4i (5) (Color). (9) 9:00-(4) tra (5i (9) 9:30-(2) (5) (11) Tlir Untouchables Mark ham Tennessee t^rnie Ford: Heritage CBS Symphony Orches- Groucho Marx Search for America News Ernie Kovacs Show F'our Just Men Expose 9:35—(11) Behind Closed Doors 10:30—(2) Rescue 8 (4) News: Spencer Allen (5) Interpol Calling (U) Movie 10:10—(4) Weather: Fontaine 10:15—(4) Eye On St. Louis 10:30—(2) Movie (4) Movie (5) News, Sports, Weather 10:45—(5) Jack Paar Show 11:30— (11) Bedtime Stories 12;00-(4) Movie (5) (U) News 12:05-(5) Night Court 12:10—(2) News 12:15—(2) Home Digest 12:20—(2) Kingdom of the Sea 12:35-(5> Weather Report 12:50-(2) Daily Word 1:00—(4) Late News Roundup 1:05—(4) Give Us This Day FRIDAY, JUNE 10 5:45—(4) Give Us This Day 5:50—(4) News: Tom Brooks 6:00—(4i Town 'n Country 6:30—(4) P.S. 4: Reading 7:00— (4» Morning St. Louis <5i Today 8:00—(2) Camera Two (4i News: Grover 8:15—(2) Cartoon Time (4) Capt. Kangaroo 9:00—(2> Jack LaLanne Show (4> Red Rome Show ifn Dough-Re-Mi . 9:30—(2) Romper Room j (4i On The Go (5) Play Your Hunch 10:00— <4» I Love Lucy (51 Price Is Right (Color) i 10:30—(21 Topper | (4) December Bride (5) Concentration 11:00—(2) Mr. & Mrs. North (4) Love of Life (5> Truth or Consequences 11:15— (11) Morning Chapel H:20-(U) News: Daust ll:30-(2) Coffee Break (41 Search for Tomorrow (5) It Could Be You: (Color). ! (11) Short Story !ll:45-(4) Guiding Light Restless Gun News: Roby; Weather, Smith FuneraJ Home, Alton. ' ! The Rev. Robert Weathers and' Mar | the Rev. Maurice Bergund of- i ficiated. Interment was in Bethalto City Cemetery. 2.12»6 2.12'4 I Sep 2.10% 2.09% 2.10% 2.10% ' Nov 2.09% 2.08^4 2.09 2.09% Jan 2.12% 2.12% 2,12Vj 2.12^ 2.15% 2.15% 2.15V 2 2.15?4 The paUbearers were Luther Blasingarne. Elvis Buttry, Don Goodrich, Don Hendrick, John Buchanan and William R. Carr Mrs. Emma Scliippert Riles Conducted Mrs. Mary Davis Rites Set Friday Noon—(2) (4) Fontaine (5) (U) 12:05-(4) l:00-(2) (4) (5) (11) Movie 1:30—(2) Susie (4) (5) 2:00-12) (4) (5) Cliarlotte Peters Woman's Touch I Married, Joan About Faces For Better or Worse Queen for a Day With the Rfev. Harvey Meek-! fessel officiating, funeral services for Mrs. Emma Scliippert were conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday j in Gent Chapel. Interment was in Upper Alton Cemetery. The pallbearers were Carl i Funeral services for Mrs. Mary i Rosa " ™ Rr l es . Cottt ! r ' Di< * I Jane Davis, 84. widow of Robert i £ an ? p ', t BUCkei>> Henry and Davis, will be conducted with a : Mlchael Haug ' j Requiem High Mass at 9 a.m. (Friday in St. Mary's Church. Interment will be jn the New Albany. Tnd., Cemetery. Friends may call at Staten Chapel after 14 p.m. today. The Rosary will be i recited at 8 p.m. today in the j chapel. House Party Loretta Young Day in Court Millionaire Young Dr. Malone 111) Movie 2:30—(21 Gale Storm (4) Verdict Is Yours (51 From These Roots 3:00-(2) Beat The Clock (4) Brighter Day (a) The Thin Man 3:15—(4) Secret Storm 3:30—(2) Who Do You Trust? (4) Edge of Night 15) Yancy Derringer 3:45-(ll) Capt. tl's Showboat 4:00—(21 American Bandstand (41 SS Popeyc 15) Our Miss Brooks 4:30—(41 Movie (5) Life of Riley 5:00—(2) Rin Tin Tin (5» Wrangler's Club: First 15 min. in color. (11) Sgt. Preston' 5:30-C>) News: Hayward (11) Suspenseville 5:40— CD Weather: Hayward 5:45— (2> Porky and His Pals (5) Huntley-Brinkley News (11) Three Stooges The coast of North America was discovered by John Cabot, for the British, in 1497. In the last 25 years, the steel industry in the United Slates has nearly doubled its producing capacity. In 1933. it was 78.5 million net tons. The I960 estimate is 148.6 million net tons. Mrs. Mary Knowlson Rites Sel Saturday Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Knowlson, 70, a former long-time resident of East Alton, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday in Marks Mortuary, Wood River, with the Rev. A. H. Beck officiating. Interment will be in New Douglas Cemetery. Friends may call at Marks alter 7 p.m. to- dav. HAVE A SLIM LINt- FOR SWIM TIME? ONE LEEN A DAY AN AID TO APPETITE COHJROL TO HELP UNWANTED POUNDS AWAY Ladies Who Sew! To Help Celebrate Our New EdwariUvllle FABRIC STOKE We are offering the Same OPENING SPECIALS tor TMi Wwk-lnd DRIP DRY DENIM Beautiful awortnieiit of matching stripe* and MliiU for »portkwear and Slip Covering*. 8Bo value, A «I.OU C yd.. I 58o yard Our new Maximum Height tower include;, you (and everyone within <* 50 • mile radius of Alton-Wood River) in our coverage area U your Channel 3 picture Is not satisfactory, you'll miM "THE UNTOUCHABLES" tonight K I V BORDER PRINTS larfe election of colorful, drip dry pattern* for Bouffautkldrt** «I.OO .. *>«U. I Wtoyd. 42" • 48" CHINO \V«*b4bie, drip dry, wriu- kle rekittant. 7fl* 11.39 value .... *™"wl. 45" BUTCHER LINEN Wrinkle reoictanl. weekend oul>. Value to 98c. A " Thi. 5tk' .\itrd ydk POLISHED COTTONS Gorgeou* akwortment of colon. Val. to 8»c yd. M 5»c jtl. m >iU. •I .0» TERRY CLOTH 80 nice for beach towel* and kporlwear. Selected •tripe* and •olid*. Value* to «!.*» 1&+ yard IvVyd. WOOD PNVIR 10 d«y supply.. 3 W 60 day tupply- • -8 1 * 2. «r th« Tki LttN (tOucmf pw » w ««V to •», M«hlit| to 8W «ltm( todir *nd ' stirving" tomerro* . . M Mr* ttkioi 1. I pills taefor* tKh mtil Tiki only ONE LEEN cipful* a diy timtfl disintegration cjpsuli is «l* rt(ulatmg and will hilp p l« appftiti curbing aid lasting 6 to 10 hours, making it «is<*r to tdhtft to a low caloric diat and Niut to fak« oH unwantod Mundi and to maintain a a*si/*d waight Itvti Yit. if yw »av» i *»gM p/obl*«. try the new LIU PUB— ttirt todlj. THRIFTY DRUG STORES QHN IVfir IVININft 9* SUNPAYS Ml !• tttfttt rhapel, Rev. Charles K. Kohlbaker officiating. Burial in Upper Alton Cemetery. In slHtc at the chnpel. ALBER- GFORGF LAUCK Services 10:00 A.M. Sniurrlm in the chapel. Burial In Doiinell.son. Illinois. liol aft or 7:30 P.M. Friday. 1 H.P. MOBILAIRE ONLY $1S« Available for immediate delivery i WE FINANCE OUR OWN ACCOUNTS . . . You have no finance companies or banks to deal with here! Sliiuihinl 500 K. BROADWAY Open till nine on Monday and Friday Nifhta RIOT! AT CRAFT FACTORY OUTLET SHOES SHOES AT RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES! COME IN ... BROWSE AROUND ALL SIZES ALL WIDTHS CHILDREN'S HOUSE SLIPPERS PAIR HANDBAGS All Colors 316 Bolli, Downtowt Allot FACTORY OUTLET M«i. ui Frl. TiU I ML

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