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Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 24, 1960
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PAOU TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Obituaries Mrs. Hester Mrs. Louise M. Hester, 68. of 538 Ferguson Ave., Wood River, who had txefl In falling health for several years, AM unexpectedly -Thursday. She was pro- Alton, and ttrce •Mis, Rfcy ''nwdipsoii, artd Harry Kendall, Alton, and Roy Cotvftt, WhMtlawJ, Calif, children of previous mwrlages; 11 grand* children; 29 great • grandchildren,; and 14 great-great-grandchildren. nounced dead on arrival at The body is at Streepw Fu- Wood River Township Hospital at 7 p.m.. where she had been taken after having becoming ill at her home. She had resided in Wood River for the past 34 yean and had been employed from* 1928 until 1944 at the Hartford plant of In* temational Shoe Co. . Bom in Chouteau Township, May 8, 1893, at Oldenbtirg, she wat a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Boslick. She was .married in 1908 at Granite City to Theodore Rock and after his death was married to Marion j Hester. Mr. Hester also preced-l ed her in death. ' Mrs. Hester was a member neral Home, 1820 Washington Ave.,. where friends may call after 3 p.m. today and until noon Saturday when the body will be taken to Alton Ooepel Tabernacle for services at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. Mrs. Shive WHITE HALL - Mrs. Louise Shive, wife of Charles Shive. died at 6 a.m. today in Hilltop Haven Nursing Home, where her husband Is a patient. Born at Nebo. May 7, 1875, she had resided in the area near.. ._ „, „,_ ,. ,., Jly all °f her life. She was mar- of First Methodist Church, Wood i| ed Aug 4 1892 to River, Royal Neighbors, and Wood River Auxiliary of the American Legion in which she had been active until ill health; prevented. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Raymond Cobbel, Roxana; two sons, John Rock, Hammond, Ind., and Thedore Rock. Alton; two sisters, Mrs. Henry Mueller, Madison; Mrs. Thurman Barnes, Barnhart. Mo., eight j grandchildren, and two great-' grandchildren. In addition to her two husbands, she was preceded in death by two daughters and a son. The body is at Marks Mortuary where friends may call after 6 p.m. today and until 11 a.m. Saturday when the body will be taken to First Methodist Church for services at 3:30 p.m. to be conducted by the Rev. E. H. Grant. Burial will be in St. Mrs.'Shive was a member of Hillview Baptist Church. NATIONAL DOCKYARDS, III, (AP}-tfJSDA>-Hof» 10.0W; bulk No. 1-2 180-290 Ib 17:940. lawly IT JO doxtH; 26-head (Mostly No. 1 around 210 Ib 17.75: mixed No I A 180-210 Ib ifl.50-17.25; No. J-3 2"J Former Jeneyvflle Man Electrocuted at Virginia JERSEYVILLE - Eugene M. Donaldson, 28, of Petersburg, an employe of the Central Illinois Public Service Co. was electrocut- 140 Ib 12.75-15.26; No. 1-3 sows 4.0 Ib down 14.00-15.00; several lots to 15.25; over 400 Ib 12.7543.75; boars over 230 Ib mostly 10.25; few 10.50; lighter 11.50-75. Cattle 400, -calves 200; individual head standard and good heifers and »ti .r yr-Hlngs :!.n n -24." A ; few on stacker Account '4.50-25.0; utility and commercial cows 15.0016.00; tome low utility to 14.50; canners and cutters 12.00-14.50; 270 Ib 18.00-75; No. H around 240Jpd Thursday at 12:40 p.m. while Ib to 17.08; tnftred grade 130-170 Ibl helping clean up power lines thati 15.25-16.25, moWly 15.90 -ip; 1*0- were town down during a wind storm at Virginia. III. He was thuj son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Donald-, son of thin city. According to Information received here Donaldson apparently came in contact with a "live" wire as there were burns on his shoulder. He was rushed to Our Savior's Hospital irf Jacksonville where he was pronounced dead by thin rr util ity and commercial bulls 18.0019.30; sanner and n--»ter bulls 15.00-18.00; few* waters 27.00; good and choice mostly 'ft 0026.00; standard and low ,;>'id 19.00 - 22.00; good and choice slaughter calves largely '.'.1 00 • 24.00 Sheep 100; not enough for ;>rl :e lest; shorn slaughter ewes unchanged at 3.50-6.50. Surviving, in addition to her husband, are four children, Claude, Nebo; Mrs. Maude Hewitt. White Hall; Mrs. Virginia Guthrie, Pleasant Hill, and Everette, Peoria; 15 grandchildren, and 26 great-grandchildren. The body is at Dawdy Funeral Home pending funeral arrangements. 1Y«M of Stocks Crosscurrents Rule Market By CD MOUSE AP BmfMM Newt Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Crow-cur Hunt Two Teen-Age Fugitives Says Expense Probe Caused By TV Probe By <«»* I'. KAJTK WASHINGTON »*> - Recent DECATUR, Hi. d* — Police newspaper and magazine articles 3 Robberies In Few Hours: JV«& Suspect PEOfUA. III. HfH-Threr bust- nesse* \vm- robbed in the space • of a few short hours Thursday Two of them by a man wearing FRIDAY, JUN« M. I960 TV Goes All'Round Walt Mitty white buck shoes and r-ombed this central Illinois area on congressional expense account ^ otn<>r ^ y a man swathed in By cVjrrmA ' ,f n-.Radte Writer „ - ,_„ -„ NEW* YORK ff - Maybe next today fpr t\VO teen-age fugitives, practices stemmed from govern-| head bandages and an arm sling , eason -py will get around to do- thought to be armed and dang-iment efforts to discipline the) Todav p^p had in custody ;>. j ng frankJy a show called "The erous—who broke out of the sup-1 broadcasting Industry, says Rep.; man Wno they think committed all g^.,.,,, world of Walter Mitty." .posedly escape-proof DuPagejoren Harris D-Ark. \Q\rec robberies. They said he: ;jj u t it w \\\ probably be too late 1 County jail. | The Knight paper? charged in '• _strolled into a loan firm. h1si be( . ausp \v a lly Cox has already late as slackened from the recent vigor- out pace. head swathed in a bandage and;d onp it w «h Hiram Holllday. A his arm in a sling, ordered a hold-f ew weeks ago, Nanette Fabray up at gunpoint and departed with \ V as trapped in a sort of musical a physician. Funeral services will ducted here Sunday at the Meth- A bus driver told police he la series of articles this month thinks the two, James Woods,!that some House members had 15, and Sidney Heard, 1ft board- charged off expenses such as ed his bus Thursday rtigfft hi night club bills and liquor tabs j ^ tcT$300. about a" girl Mitty. Now, thurs- .,Clinton and debarked at the De-l on their government expense ac- ! _E ntc red Clark's Cafe, wearing day night, little Eddie Hodges Volume for the day was e««- : catur bus station. counts. Life published a summary norn .r1mmed glasses and white i was the center of another music- be con-jp^Xh Th&t^f''' Wood » <s "»rged'with rape, ° f * e article*. . . . ;bucks. commanded. "Empty to al on thr heroic dream theme. Earl Dickey with officiating. Burial . 8t ° C " ** of key narrow fions to a A few volatile or high-priced Survivors are his wife, the tor-; |!|Mies made wlder moves . Woods is charged* with rape, assault, armed robbery and bllcks . commanded. Harris - one of several members, cash „##& an d don't try any- Tbr idea is not only hackneyed . mentioned, will be In the Oak Grove Cemetery. I r* thl ^ r r i, blow VOU1 . hP!tf l by now off; . and ned Vv1th aboul „». Th,,rsrl a > hut thr creators of ovening's CBS inter- Key HWH w« e buttery Heard wlth burglary J " nose «P«w« were memioi . going from frac-j^^ e%c& ^ from ^ ^^charged at the tune that the i jail in Wheafon Wednesday ]por{ vvas a smoar He sald Thurs - ! -Slipped into a Peoria Heights hide stuck stubbornly to cliches 'night, '''ay he had no apologies to make i{ood ^^ c . lacl in thr samr co i. f^iir droanipcl of himself as the ami would welcome a public mer Annabelle Kraus of Jersey-; international Business Machines A truck, stolen near Warren- villt; one daughter. Drana Koy: | adt j et j a(x , ut 8 points. Automatic ville in DuPage County early his parents and one sister, Joyce Ij Canteen droppr>d 3 of Thursday's Thursday, was found later a pp " roved ' Lee Donaldson, of this city. '7-point advance. Texas fnstru- Thursday in Wapella, north of Harris is chairman of the type accotitrernpnts, and os- fastest gun in the West. Hiifk - „ „ . isection of any congressional ex- ,°j' ,. m ., n nnclr-tri-miiicd Finn, conqueror of a pirate. H Automatic ville in DtiPage County early, ^.^ a( , ( , 0 , mt „„ nm| sjgnefl ot-^wunt of <"sh ''h™ high wirr artist and. oi The quitar ranks second In popularity among Instruments of amateur musicians in the U.S.. the! piano being first. He was a member of the Pittsfield Masonic Lodge and the Pittsfield Methodist Church. Friends may call after 7:30 p.m. today at Jacoby Funeral Home. tacked on a couple of Clinton in De Witt County. Two | subcommi ' tlee - • rt- Later, a policeman Magged down a car which ran a stop light ... „ i -~ that investigated rifles were found inside. The , nd mi , fi , ^ m ] trnrk was stolen shortlv after' P f quu snow rigging. tu&,, ion of tne m ,t 0 ,, se f| m HUCK was stolen snomy aner lSpeech opene d House debate on j >.„,.:-General Motors lost a fraction, two prowlers bufglanzed a • | e gj s i at i on to outlaw such D Rr >es. points. Vendo dropped about 2. U. S. Steel was firm. course, th" <lar battm- in thp hie longur. mains liUlf stur workprl Cesium, metal little known out-i side scientific circles, costs $750j a pound. E. C. Oswald Edgar G. Oswald, 91, who had made his home with a daughter, Mrs. J. F. Longshore of 109 N. Ohio St., South Roxana, for the past 14 years, died at 8 p.m. Thursday in Wood River Township Hos- was preceded in death by three brothers and two sisters. Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. in Marks Mortuary, Wood River, by the Rev. R. M. Mates of Southern Baptist Church, South Roxana, of which Mr. Oswald was a member, assisted by the Rev. Victor Herman, pastor of South Roxana Methodist Church. Burial will be in Wanda Cemetery. Friends may visit the mortuary; cent in the nearby months. Neivs of Grains Liquidation Eases Prices CHICAGO (AP) - Renewed liquidation which Included some profit taking eased prices in the grain futures market in spots today. In the early afternoon, most losses were limited to small fractions although rye, usually a wide swinger, was off about a because it matched thr dew-rip- Tht ,. . thr roh- hard, abetted by some high pn< i'd tah'iit including Jackie Glen _.,,.. ... ... , , i —o-——.—.. -~ — —.. w« M . ,-.~~ Thn riHvoi ivhn irfpntifipri him- s °"' Jnnls Paige. Bert' Lain. Jersey Standard and American • home in Warrenville, taking t|ces F|na| House actlon on ^ ™**™^u~^ ll ^M »»g" °' B '™" and Boris Karlofr Telephone eased. firearms and ammunition. measure may come late today. i*f of P J™^^ H mwht have been a ratlin !!, Dg u stop loss orders Several residents of Clinton; H e said broadcasters and large^ unPn d ered charming program, but it just tripped Parke. Davis and^ Pfizer, reporterl see ing the youths in publications which own broadcast-, 4 ,,,K^iii»L u .,i,i Thr,,n-,« u ^ usrd thr theme of a boy's dreams to losses of more than 2 6aon " ... ing facilities "do not want legis-] Authorities said Thomas said! carrying 5600 and his cai con tained burglary tools and sev,r ; Schering rose more than a point; Ear , |ci . Thursrtay . Sheriff|lation of this kind." He in the uneven drug section Lawrence Springborn of DuPage, -pressure began moving in"! mt ..^ ^ tin ^:_ sUp Pf d ,_ m ° reJ ! lian ^!County told state, county and!inly after the bill receivedi'^.f'^,.^^ of lhe rol)ht , (l ake no.committee approval, but he did: businosses id mtifipd Thomas as fugitives l no t say what form the reported!,, „,„„..,., u r u -., s i if they resist arrest. , pressures took or where, they or ' Gains of a point or so scored by Magnavox, Montgomery and Texaco. Ward, i Zenith i Springborn's warning came iginated. hopped around 4 points in a continued runup on its pay news. Baltimore & Ohio was around a ! point ahead as rails milled irregularly. Harris repeated . John's Cemetery, Granite CityJP'tal. He had been a patient in after 6 p.m. today. , _ . Mrs. A very ' the hospital since Wednesday, and | . ill at the home of his daughter for j j eight days. ; A native of Michigan, lie was In ill health tor the past 14 j born March 8. 1869, at Heeler, hut; years, Mrs. Martha B. Avery, j had resided the greater part of^his wife of William Avery, died Thursday at her home, 824 Henry St. She was 89. Mrs. Avery had resided in Alton for the past 40 years, moving here from Hannibal, Mo. She was born at Nebo, Sept 23, 1870. Surviving; in addition to her husband, are a daughter, Mrs. m • •-* /"* 1 I Mrs. nose tobb after five shots were fired into television! 3 Warrenville homc bv one of I that" both the Knight chain and i two prowlers reported in the( L i fc magazine have extensive ^ a "Q ! area - broadcasting holdings. Springborn said residents of: the semi-rural southwestern Government bonds eased in list-1?""'* a , rea were Jittery after less trading. The corporate mar- he b u ^ Iarv and the home was fired on. The owner of the home. Jo- *.ppli Mlec/fk, told police he loft his house to investigate noises near the garage. He charge for further investigation. Police stiid Thomas had bci'ii several times a) .,. ested 26 times since 19JO for traffic violations and carrying con- ipons. In February, police said. Thomas and another man were seixed at a roadblock a shade.. life in Oklahoma where he had farmed for 67 years before his retirement in 1934. His wife, the former Addle Wilder, died in 1935. Surviving in addition to his daughter, Mrs. Longshore, are a grandson and two great-grandchildren. In addition to his wife he For All Your Homo Improvements Aluminum Windows • Aluminum Doors • Carports • Patio Covers • Vertical Blinds • Roofing • Asbestos Siding • Aluminum Siding • Venetian Blinds RUSSELL HOME IMPROVEMENT 911 Milton Road Phone HO 5-5588—HO 5-5589 Funeral rites tor Mrs. Etta Cohb of Wood River were conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home, Wood River, by the Rev. Lester Williams, pastor of First General Baptist Church, Hartford. Burial was in Milton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Art Ford, Mervin Becker, A. W. Frey, Maurice Moore, Robert Whalen, and Henry J. Castleberry. Mrs. Beson Hedge selling in the wheat pitj was in larger volume than at .-my , time this week but it was fairly : well absorbed as brokers heard •reports that a laryc percentage of. Rosp ithe new crop appeared to be; Hrv i unay s i:«i. heaix , a vojf;e ca]] out . ., Get "° S 'i headed for shelter under the gov-jP-m. quotations on 12 New York |back ,„ the house or n , blmv 12 Selected Storks F"ol lowing are todays 1:30 To Appeal as H ilevicr for some .jokfs, music and rlrinoinsj. Tlif most mysterious serifs in TV is neither "I'Vrry Mason" ivir "Petoi (iiinn." but "December withoul Bl ' ifl( ' " XV1IS - al lwst ' a m1lcil > divertiny- 'little situation comedy, when it w;is in production In rerun form, however, it seems to go on and.on. gathering steam as HIP years roll by. Last season, re-runs of the show were preferred by CBS to the pleasant —and live — Sam Lcvenson Show. Rcbroadcasls of on that net Now for goodness ., - - . t. i. ernment price support loan pro- s t°<* Exchange issues research | yom . hegd off in Sycamore. 111., and charged with a burglary at Freeport. jj^' show Thomas was free under bond until work '. j^j his arrest Thursday. s;(ke " .. De( '. em |, er Bride" re-runs ui'e the network's choice for H prime-time summer replacement in (he second bait' of lhe old Des- ilu Playhouse hour on Friday nights. That's a strange example gram. Carlot receipts were estimated at wheat 4 cars, corn 138, oats 6, rye none, barley 2 and soybeans 7. CHICAGO (AP) — No wheat or soybean sales. Corn no. 2 yellow Oats no. 1 extra heavy white Soybean oil 8?4n. 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 89%, Gen. Motors 44?'g, Granite City Steel 35%. Olin As Mleczek made for the; house, two shots ripped through the back door and three sluge tore into the side of the house. Authorities said Woods and Heard escaped the DuPage jail by using a spoon to spring a BURGLARS CAN'T READ'.' LAFAYETTK. Colo. .P A I department store here has been > a pushover for burglars the last ilM'o years. : So the store placed a placard; of creative programming. CHICAGO AP - Angelo Inci- j on aif ront glass door. It read: Tralli( , fhl . ough " aj) .p 0rts "" in thp so, a deposed labor union boss. I ^Robbers. Please Don t Come ^ ^ mctropo|1 , an plans to appeal a 10-year sentence and $22,000 fine meted out to him for violation of the Taft- Hartley Act. . . .. .. . amounts to about SOO.OOO planes a • The next strike was through that very door. ;* eal ; Inciso remained in custody. Barley: malting'choice Ma f h - ^^ n: feed 92-1.02n. High Low Close Close 3«4, Owens-Il! Mrs. NOla Beson, 82, mother of Mrs. Henry Cleve of Ingham •% Lane, Godfrey, died early thiajSep morning in a hospital at Camp-j Dec bell. Mo., according to word re- Mar cuited the electric lock 110',. Shell 35*4, Sinclair 39« 4 . ism and opened the door - They ! Socony 38's, Standard '','( r ». Standard <NJ> 40 7 « George Callaphan. his attor^i Before imposing sentence. '• T K> ."'r 1 ^,"'""^" 6 V* »^" ney said that he disagrees with Judge Robson read a probatonl door lock. Then they short-cir-, J^' ^^ liandedKdoxvll b y officer's report of Inciso's crim-i U.S. District Judge Edwin A. inal record and of the plush Robson Thursday. California property he allegedly Inciso. 53. was convicted on bought with the insurance funds, of accepting more ( md.. sl| PP ed oul an unbarred second floor hallway window and slid: JO .feel to th I ceived from Mrs. Cleve, who has been in attendance at her mother's bedside for several weeks. The body is at Landiss Funeral Home, Campbell, pending funeral arrangements. May Corn Jiy Sep Dec 1.82'i 1.8P* 1.81 J 4 l.ta"4 1.85'g 1.84 7 s 1.83 1.35U, i.9i«,i 1.90% i.90?i 1.91% Jake Averv F'eeb 1.95% 1.95 1.95 1.95U i.94»i 1.94% i.9ft» i.94»s Kennedy Is Cinch 1.16Vs 1.16 1.1614 1.16»4i_ CHICAGO (AP)—J. M. 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Kennedy is virtually assured of his party's I nomination for the presidency. .70V4; Arvey said Thursday that if the ^ jllega] insumnce Massachusetts Democrat is not payments from 22 employers of assured, he will at least be strong members of his Local 286,'Unit- enough to dictate the convention ; ed Industrial Workers Unipn. choice. Arvey added that he be-, After Robson imposed sen- lieves Kennedy undoubtedly willjtence, the attorney said: have a place on the ticket. "This is a misdemeanor. May Arvey is a longtime friend ofil ask your honor to make the former President Truman. Local politicos say Arvey favors Truman's choice for the Democratic presidential nomination, Sen. itu- art Symington of Missouri. punishment fit the crime?' "I have made the punishment fit the crime," replied Judge Robson. 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Zorin was less vitriolic than his colleague from Czechoslovakia, Jiri Nosek, who earlier accused the United States of obstructing disarmament to conceal its own preparations for war. The Soviet delegate charged] that the I'nitecl States deliberately sabutucjed last month's Paris -umniil int'rliM-j .mil is not in- UTrMv'd in any serious negotiation of ,1 disarmament treaty. .luluiinii -iiui'.^ South Africa, is to 'have a pl:mi tu piixliuv nuclear- UldlllU:)'. E»|lt V»h Your Doctor to Call t» Wt Deliver. It RfXilNTICRED five toov»nJ»ni L.oc«iloix» Prompt. Accur»tt Service Fretk**t. fuitti Mock*. Get Nletaor's Swin&rf Spray! WITH AUTOMATIC AQUA-DIAL SPRAY CONTROL! for instant control of spray area... full or partial, right or left side coverage. Just head for the hammock when you wafer your lawn with Me/nor'* oscillating Swingiri Sprayl See fht amazing new Aqua-Dial? You lust set if and forget it.' 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