Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 23, 1960 · Page 30
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 30

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 23, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1960 >.flnow fBwc, r*t M «i**«v Kathmft- tntf riMW* VJI w«M*««»wf , ,£^^^^1 f ffL^^HA^Jf VBIVt OJSJWlfU «Won exert ta Spain he has tracHfthe origin ot airtona to ancient Egypt. The iDgypHans used the onion as an oh fnetr tombs, he saM in raaaYHl. TELEGRAPH WANT ADS Obituaries B.BrickerJr. bert's dhurch with the Rev. Father Henry Knoedler as of Police Chief Jaek Hartung, win born Jan. 12, 1S8S, it Ma- rlne, • daughter (A the Ittt Eolotious and Barbara Hoffman Lledel. She was married May, to Frederick W. , , . brant of the Requiem Mass. Bur- (Hartung Sr., who died March JERSF.YVtLLE - Benjamin; la! will bt In th« church ceme-| 18 . 1922. Four sons and three daughters Hank! , surviv|ng „„ W . Her- Bricker ,Tr., 28, of Kftne Rt. l.! tery died Wednesday at 7 p.m. in hospital at Mt. • _ may fan nner iu n.m. rnuoj. |i_. nanung, BUS. miunnei the xon of Mr. and Mrs. Benja v HoWwrteM d l«l Wedn«. i Troeckler, Mrs. Leo Grebe] and min Brioker Sf. ' -..._._ . Surviving In addition ; Funera , Homc whcre fr»«nd<j, ung Jr ., Edwin D. and Melvln ca]I Bfter 10 B . m . Friday. ;L . Hartung, Mrs. Michael all of J. 12 Selected Stocks are today'! 1:90 on 12 New York and a daughter. Leona Lonix: fl son w inr iii|c ,„, „,„ , two brothers, Lloyd Dale, who Hpnry Hqlterfleld. HP was mar 'is In military service, stationed r(e<1 - Jo (hp (orrnpr Margarei at Ft. Lewis. Wash., and Homer. Rh)neS(X , k! , snd tney wou |d have Alton, and five sisters, M"';observed the 5«h anniversary nil UN, d I iu i • "• **•«•.» • ••• - • QfT^pl'V p\I I iW »H1II I ni n»« T *-• a»*» f Marie McLean. Springfield: of UM>ir marr i H gp next Thurs- Mrs. Edgar McLean and Mrs. !flfty hH(1 he | ive<1 . Lucille McLean. Alton: Mrs. Surviving, in addition to his Anna Jones. Dorchester. and| w , rimv nre t \vo daughters. Mrs. Miss Louise Bricker. Alton, and John p ran ke. Batchtown. and his grandfather. William Hy-| Mrs \yjlfred Godar. Hardin: man, Alton. Irwo sons. Joseph, Hardin, ami The body is at Jncoby Bros.jcieo. Eldred; 14 grandchildren. Funeral Home where friends land five great-grandchildren, may call after 7 p.m. Friday. Time of the funeral will be announced later. iTl I i 11" I ** I I H7H1 \iivn *••..«•••••- , . . », «,»... -—-i ..--—- — — — — .. day in Jersey Community HUH-'Miss Blanche Hartung. „ — to " pitai .fersryville. of infirmities.! Kduardsvllle, and Adolph parents, are his wife. Camille:, He WM fl ,^,(^1 farmer. ! Hartung, Collinsvllle. a son. Everett Shannon Brirker ^^ u Bt vh 25, 1S76. he was Mm surviving are 10 grand- of tnr la(p Mr. and Mrs children and 24 great-grandchildren. She was a member of St. Boniface Church and the Altar Society of the church. A solemn Requiem Mass Is to be sung at 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Boniface Church by the pastor, the Rev. Father George E. Faller, followed by Interment In Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. .Friday at Schneider Funeral i Home, where the Rosary is to bf- recited at 8 o'clock Friday evening .. Stock Exchange Issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as suppled to Hie Alton Evening Telegraph by Netvhard. Cook A Co., from Its Alton branch office. <The New York Exchange closes dally at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations) : AT*T 9014. Gen. Motor* 45%, Granite City Math. Chem. Afetet o/ Sf ocfo Key Industrials Move Upward Sy ED MOMM AP ffnstneM l«ew« Writer Boy, 14, Hurt in Fill From Bicycle — Jtty 14, whose — wt» Attad it St Joseph's Hospital in Alton ft* Rt, 1, Edward*- vttte, wan admitted to the hospital sometime after noon today IWIM Bishop George Berkeley, pttlot. opher who wrote the line "Weat- ward the course of empire takes its way." had Berkeley, Calif., named in his honor In A cat at Lodden, England, has been mothering a baby iflrirrel along with her kittens. Steel 3944, Olin 45H, Owens-fll. Sinclair 40%, Mrs. Hartung Socony 38, Standard (Ind.) 38%, Standard (NJ) 41%, U.S. Steel 8J%, Sears 58%. News of Grains Active Covering AidsMarket Id advance late thlt afternoon. Trading was active. Volume for the day was estimated at 3,700,000 shares »m- pared with 3,000,000 Wednesday. C. A. Holterfield L L Davenport KDWARDSV1LLE — Mrs. Jo-i hanna Hartung, 92, of 136 Spring er Ave., died at 8:25 p.m.,, HARDIN - Funeral services I Wednesday at. St. Joseph's Hos-l JERSEYVlLLE-Funeral rites for George Andrew Holterfield, pltaJ. Highland, where she hadjfor Lindell Lee Davenport, in Gains of fractions to more than a point among pivotal Issues bucked up market averages. Steels, motors, oils, nonferrous metals and a number of leading rails made gains. An assortment of specially-situated Issues in various groups tacked on bigger advances than 1 the general list. Vendo rose more CHICAGO (AP) - Active short!than 5. Otis Elevator and Zenith covering turned the grain futures i about 3 apiece, market toward its first general. International business ma- advance of the week today on thp! chines halved an early gain ol Board of Trade. !"«" » dozen points. Mo* congou ,e« up ma*,, Am« JJ. *«> *£-** fractions or more a bushel at " y muie l v times with soybeans and rye leading the advance. Soybeans, well duction before long, Youngstown Sheet and Republic gained ibout 84. a life-long resident of Cal- been a patient after suffering noun County, will be conducted j H hip fracture June 14 Saturday at 9 a.m. in St. Nor- Mrs. Hartung, •»•» fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Davenfjort, were conducted out ahead, posted gains of well over a cent most of the day. Thp demand for both corn and soybeans was linked directly word of a severe rain and west of here. The boy was taken to the hospital by Straube ambulance. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE -One area resident was admitted Wednesday to St. Joseph's Hospital. Highland, and one birth was re-! corded. | Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard I Snow, Rt. 3, a daughter, at 9:12 a.m. Wednesday, weight 61 pounds 8 ounces. The mother isj the former Delores Rozum. Gus Mick. Rt. 3, was admitted. Montgomery Ward. U.S. government bonds lost; small fractons in light turnover. Corporate securities tetered narrowly on the plus side in dull trading. Week Days Contjnufltsi from 7 P.M. Sun, Continuous from 1 P.M. No Parking Problems at Roxana M,, Sfft«, Sllll«i Vol Brynner — Oln» Lollobrlaida "SOLOMON and SHCIA" Color Technlrama S:4§ Robert Taylor Nicole Mfturey "THE HOUSE OF THE SEVEN HAWKS" 7:OB Selected Snorts Boys like gfrb who make SEVEN-UP "FLOATS" teVEN-UP AND ICi CREAM IEAT THE HEAT! COOL, COOL, INDOOR ICE SKATING Dally 1:80 to 4 P.M.—7:00 to 10 P.M. Except Mondays Plan a Party! Refreshingly Different! Private Skating Lessons Now Available. ICELAND, INC. 2716 E. BROADWAY—ALTON Bethlehem, and Jones & Laugh lin. i Other gains of about a point; I were made by Santa Fe, Texaco,; grandmotherj2 p.m. Fi-StaT Buria t l C wa? C i'n! stormovrrcentr " 1 Illinois and In-j Unjon Carblde , Ford. Chrysler,, White Cemetery jdiana during the night and today. I Sperry Rand , Marquardt, Auto-1 The baby died Wednesday in That area is in the major pro- malic Canteen. American Smnlt- RED* WHITE v FOOD \ STORES S Red & White Fancy Hawaiian Crushed PINEAPPLE let's k & White Fancy Hawaiian SLICED PINEAPPLE Red & White Deluxe Hawaiian Homestyle CHUNK PINEAPPLE Red & White Fancy Hawaiian PINEAPPLE JUICE Sun-Spun Mild and Mellow CHEESESPREAD-75 "ALOHA AIKAXK" <"HI XAYBOR") . . . your Red & White food stores throughout the United States and Canuda are celebrating the addition of the fiftieth Htar to the flag of the United States with a Hawiian Luau! And you're all Invited! Hawaiian parties are FUN and h.v shopping: at Red & White stores this week, .YOU ean bring exotic Hawaii to your home. Visit lied A White, your HALKKAUKAU (house of food). Flavor - Kist BUTTER COOKIES 8 Oz. Pkg. 29c Sunshine KRISPY CRACKERS I Lb. Box 25c Blackberry or •lock Raspberry RED & WHIT L CUT WAX BEANS . RED ft WHITE DARK Kl.D KIDNEY BEANS. 2 £.35* 33* •r r *• »& *• A F#£SH FRUITS & VEGETABLES PEACHES 3 39c Guaranteed to Please Armour Star Beef CHUCK ROAST . . . 55c Armour Star Thick SLICED BACON . . 2 $1.05 Armour Star Large Bologna or A.C. BRAUNSCHWEIGER 49c Whole 4 to 8 Lb. BOSTON PORK BUTTS.. 45c Armour Star PURE LARD .... 2 39c EMPIRE OUOHMBERS , . . OABBAQE GRAPES - 16e lOe 2Se DOG FOOD 10-79' Fabric Conditioner NU-SOFT HUHfS UP i WHITI •AMJYf MAIKIT 8IM f. 9. HOPMIN Alton f PNA'S HAIKIT Vvrlt • itote W»o<i •IMIfiMf Wot* Wver Aiby 8t. fto»d NorH. Alby Mkt. Godfrey MTV, MY C. Godfrey. IU. IHdHTON MflC. CO. Fft l-Mil 6 Oi. Btl. NOITI'S 110 • WHITI Pfaoq* More HII«UT «IOCIIY IUIMS MflCANTIU I Alton Memorial Hospital where he was born last Monday. Surviving in addition to his parents are the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne , Davenport of Fleldon; the ma- jternal grandparents. Mr. and 'Mrs. Paul Valdez. Albuquerque, N. M., and the paternal great- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Beach of Jerseyville. Francis Wicker Rites Conducted With the Rev. Howard Todd Taylor officiating, funeral rites for Francis (Frank) Wicker, proprietor of the Wicker Auto Electric Service Co., were conducted at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Smith Fu '' neral Home, Alton. Interment was in Roselawn Memory Gardens. Serving as pallbearers were Charles Mester, Charles Lewis, Leon Kohler, Thomas Waters, Marlin Retzer and Floyd Tomerlin. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. HI.. (AP)—(USDA)—Hogs 10.500; 1-2 185-230 Ib barrows and 17.25-50; several loads 1 and 1-2 ducing soybean region and trade advices indicated a good deal of the crop along with some corn may have to be replanted. Carlot receipts were estimated at wheat 1, corn 188, oats 15, rye none, barley lo and soybeans 9. CHICAGO (AP) — No wheat or soybean sales. Corn no. 2 yellow j 1.19-19%. Oats no. 1 white 73'/ a ; no. 1 heavy white 74'/ 8 ; no. 2 extra heavy white 74V6-%. Soybean oil 8%b-%a. Barley: malting choice 1.15-1.251 n; feed 92-1.02n. j High Low Close close j Wheat ing. and New York Central. Up fractionally were Pholps] Dodge, Kennecott, Anaconda, General Motors, American Tobac OPEN 7:* START DUSK Roth Hits In Cdlor I Western Action I 1.82 I /a 1.82 1.8214 1.82'/ g 1.85% 1.85141.85% 1.85% | 1.91% 1.91% 1.9m 1.91% 1.95% 1.95% 1.95% 1.95% 1.94 7 « 1.94% 1.94% 1.94% 1.16% 1.15% 1.16% 1.15% 1.16% 1.16% 1.16% 1.16% 1.12% 1.11% 1.12 1.11% 1.16% 1.15% 1.15% 1.15V* 1.18% 1.18 1.18% 1.17% 17.60; 34 head, mostly 1,23 Ibs 17.75: mixed grade 1-3 and 2-3 180-1 M " 240 Ib barrows and gilts 16.50-1 17.25; 2-3 240-270 Ibs 15.75-16.75; Jiy Sep Dec Mar May Corn Jiy Sep Dec Mar |May Oats Jiy Sep Dec Mar May ! Rye ijly 1.19% 1.17% 1.19ft 1.18 ISep 1.2W4 1.19% 1.20% 1.19% JDee 1.23% 1.22% 1.23!a 1.22 7 ^ 1.26',i 1.25ft 1.26H 1.25% 1.26% 1.25% 1.26% 1.25% Soybeans .70% .70% .73 7 / 8 .75% .69 7 / 8 .70% .73% .75% .70% .70% .73% ,757s .74% .69% .70% .73% .75% .75% 1-3 240 Ibs 17.00; few 2-3 300 Ibs 15.50; mixed grade 150-170 Ibs 15.25-16.00, few 16.25; 120-140 Ibs 12.75-15.00; 1-3 sows 400 Ibs down 14.00-15.00; sows over 400 Ibs 12.7513.75; boars 'Over 250 Ibs 10.25-75, lighter 11.50-75. Cattle • 1,200; calves 300; good .and choice slaughter steers and I heifers 23.00-24.50; standard an9 llow good 19.00-22.50; utility andj commercial cows 15.00-16.00, few ; 16.50; canners and cutters 12.50- 14.5G; some strong cutters 15.00; i utility and commercial bulls 18.5020.00: very. slow movement on lightweight canner and cutter bulls at 15.00-18.00; good and choice vealers 23.00-26.00, few 27.00; standard and low goodj 19.00-22.00; good and choice 250- ! 500 Ib slaughter calves 21.00-24.00; ' utility and standard 18.00-20.00. I Sheep 400; good and prime,' mostly good and choice, 18.0021.00; utility and good 15.00-17.50; , culls down to 10.00. j I Disaster ! On Dec. 8, 1863, 2,500 persons were burned to death in a church fire in Chile, a record for the greatest number of people killed in a building. Jiy 2.10% 2.09% 2.10% 2.09ft Sep 2.10% 2.09% 2.09ft 2.08Ts 2.08% 2.07% 2.07% 2.07% 2.12% 2.11% 2.11% 2.11% Mar 2.15% 2.14% 2.14% 2.14ft Open Daily 0:30, Start 7 p.m. Adults 50c Kiddles 33c Family Prices Tonight All Seats 25c Shown at 8:17 P.M. "The Adventures of Tom Sawyor" Shown »t 7:00, to P.M. "WOLF DOG" Shown at 9:50 P.M. "Zorro's Fighting Lotions" FBI,, Through MON. TONY CURTIS DEAN MARTIN JANET LEIGH WHO WAS THAT LADY Fri., Sut., Mon. 8:45 P.M. Sun. 3:80, 5:30, 0:30 CURSE Bangkok, market for sets. Thailand, is in the American television YOl'R FAVORITE FAMILY DRI\ E-IX STARLIGHT D K I V { I N ^ IHIATRI III .•;. noun 140, eouwi AVI - AITON, IUINOIS = BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:M TONIGHT Friday Saturday GHY GRANT TONY CURTIS OPERATION PETTICOAT in Eastman COLOR « w««M Larger runways for the Basel- Muhlhauser airpoi't will cost Switzerland $15 million. CUT FLOWERS Floral Arranitmintt Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association LEO WILLIS, SR. LEO WILLIS, JR. Alton Floral Phone HO 8-4111 Evening* HO 6-8617 PLUS 2nd BIG HIT HELL BENT fORLEATHER SSSli S Features Fri. and Sat. LATE OWL SHOW FLOODS 0f FEAR\ IOWARD KEEL ANNt HI YWUOU ~Plus Our Regular Program 3 CAKTOONS — CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE Fife Truck, Live Ponies, Merry-Go-Hound, Swings fi Slides, Auto and Tram RMes In our FREE PLAYGROUND! OPKX 7:SU if Attults 70c * Kiddies Fre« * Stwt Dusk NOW THROUGH SAT. 3 OUTSTANDING FILM NITS 2 n d Audle Murphy * Samlra Dee if Jim Backus HIT! 'Wild and the Innocent' Extra Added Attraction—Fight Films "PATTERSON vs. JOHANSSON" AT BOTH THEATRES! OODRIVERQRANP -II 'J 1 I <. / IHIf Ufl 1 llll t / /Ml / 1 TT^ g iMiflH/\f,t\ t (tfli TODAY! WOOD RIVER OPEN 6:30 WALT DISNEILSTUDIOS _ *THE$IGN OR Wood River WOOD RIVERlnd HiT At 7:30 Grand 1:00 4:00 6;i>0 9:50 GRAND 2nd Hit ^T~G At 2:40 5:30 8:30 PRINCESS BOTH THEATRES! STARTS FRIDAY! EXTRA! With Our Regular Show! !E PATTERSON REGAIN THE CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT, FILMS!! IINGSIOE! INGEMAR FLOYD JOHANSSON f PATTERSON OFFICUH WONIO'S HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP M6HT FILMS! t>r. UNITED AHHT8 Princets at 7:00 10:40 Grand at 1:10 4:25 7:45 PRINCESS lUllt tUH tlHIIDHI OPIN 6:45 Tonitt, Fri., Sat. ____^^^_ 2 GIANT MOTION PICTURES "^You cant put out, A T human fires bum in &bw»» 8=3*

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