Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 28, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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Section 2 Paps 13-20 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Established January 15. 1836 ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1960. 3c Per Copy Member of Tht Asioetott* PLASTERING IN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CLEAR AWAl RUflBLE FROM APARTMENTS Lower floor hall is being plastered by men of the Neely company of Bast St. Louis. Here James Taylor runs along the wall with the mortarboard and trowel, covering a long expanse with each run.—Staff Photo. Excavator works to load trucks tilth debris after razing of Merritt apartments on East Third, as well as the former Alton Savings and Loan building. They were removed to make May for the loan association offices. — Staff Photo. STORE REMODELING COMPLETED New sign was last part of remodeling which changed the entrance and front appearance of East End Variety store at 634 E. Broadway. Store re- mained open all during work, and has just had its grand re-opening sales.— Staff Photo. A''PICS of Grains Soybean, Rye Futures Sptotty CHICAGO (AP) - Soybean and ryr futures showed some weakness in spots most of the time today but other grains held within a steady range on the Board of Trade. July soybeans were under the stiffest pressure and were down about a cent a bushel until the early afternoon when there was a moderate recovery. The weakness was ascribed to profit taking and lower markets for soybean oil and soybean meal. Carlot receipts were estimated at wheat none, corn 67, oats 3, J/irostork Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., i API -(USDA^ - Hogs 16.000: bulk U. S. no 1-2 180-230 Ib barrows and gilts 17.50-73; lot No 1 -220 \b 18.00; miwd grade U.S. no .\en\s of Stocks ' Market Stages Quiet Retreat Edivarthville High Class Marks I-;! and 2-3 180-2.10 Ih 17.00-iV); few mar kol staged a quiet retreat late 17.(»: few No ,'i 240 Ib down to (hj s afteraoon with a few gainers IK.T.i: over 2-10 ib not established: relieving tho monotonv. Trading I.. .11. • i _i _ 1 »-r» -* ^n -i" •*.i\ _ * EDWARDSVILLE ~ The 25-yeai NEW YORK (APi-Thr stock ™ inlon of thc Edw_ardsvi)le High bulk m'A'od grade 150-170 1.").50- Wls moderate 16.23; 120440 Ib 13.00-15.25; No 1-.", sows -100 Ib clown 14.25-15.25; ver 400 Ib 12.75-1-1.00: boars over 250 Ib 10.00-25; lighter mostly 11.50. few 11.75. Volume for (lie day was estimated at .'..OOO.OOO shares compared with 2.960.000 Monday. Losses of fractions lo about a point among key stocks outnum- and choice steers 24.50 • 26.150, School cUiss of 1933. attended by 100 members and guests, was held Saturday evening at the Sunset Hills Country Club with a dinner dance. George Handlon was master of ceremonies for thr program with Paul Burrus assisting. Special recognition was given Mrs. Marie Quernheim Fresen, tyie only class gainers in the same range. teacher jn attendance . Prizes were largely .1,000-1.100 Ib; good and Baltimoi ' c & Ohio held a gain of | awarded Mrs. Clem Trares, Culver choice heifers and mixed year. , more than 2. halving an earlier lings 22.50-25.00; utility and com-;?* °° new * ° f aK merger offer rye none, barley 11 and soybeans CHICAGO (APi — No wheat. City, Calif., tor Coming the longest ....„„ _ , ,, „„„.,..„ „ , „ distance: Mrs. George Little of mercial cows 14.50-15.50; commer-! for B& ° stock bv New York C 6 "'i Edwardsville. most children and cials to 16.00; canners and cutters' 1 ™ 1 which was steady. Chesapeake J the yoU ngesl child: and Mrs. Neal oats or soybean sales. Corn No. 2 12.00-14.50; utility and commercial. & Ohl °- another bidder for the! Dugger East M{on me mos , | bulls 18.00-19.50; canners and cut-' hatld of B& °' was U P a fractlon -• grandchildren, ters 15.00-18.00; good, and choice Union Oil of California rose Oil Tanker Helpless Off Florida T. L. Smith May Merge -sugar quota if Re thinks It necessary. Cuba immediately^ called this "a declaration of economic war." key "The attack on the economy and national sovereignty will not MATTOON, III. (AP)-The T.L.; has appt . 0 ved a bill giving"7heI* 0 unanswered," said Raul Oepero Smith Co.. of Milwaukee, which i President authority to cut Cuba's jBonilln, minister of commerce, In has a plant here, and the Blaw- ' - Havana Monday night. House Committee OKs Bill on Cuba Sugar WASHINGTON (AP)-The i House Agricultural Committee; WOODBURN — The commencement program of the Congvega-, tional Church doily vacation Bible| MIAMI. Flu. (APi — A big oil school will be held Friday at 8 j tanker, water-logged after a crip p.m on display. Mrs. Hilda Cope and j in Atlantic swells today with part "Mrs. Jo Ann 1-liggens were assis-jof her crew still aboard. x, wi e e rrnay a . - - incorporation of a joint . Work of the students will be j pling explosion, rolled helplessly!* •" Knox Go, of Pittsburgh, arc con-i )han m)lt a |].p )VSP ,,) facilities will!Telegraph Want Ads sidering "the feasibility of inte-: - ' grating their construction maehln-' and equipment business i CLICK" ery : company. Tills announcement was ant teachers. Four vessels sped from Calif., a former resident here, visited here Sunday after a 52 year absence. She waff the guest of the Misses Kate, Martha, Ma- Mrs. Mabel Hendron of Downey, 1 points to the aid of the SS George 'McDonald, partially submerged but holding her own 100 miles east southeast of Charleston, S.C. Twenty-eight crewmen of the bel. and John Thyer. She was alsoJ5oi.f 00 t MacDonald were trans- the guest of her niece, and hus- f er red by lifeboat Monday night to a rescue craft. The stricken] chairman and president made Jr.,, of the 1 Blaw-Knox Co., and Robert W. Smith, president of the T.L. Smith Co. The* two men, in a joint statement added: The matter is Jn an exploratory jand. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shelton. Attend Workshop B n USB' M •* n 117t/ jvealers holding at 23".00-26.00; oc- about 2 on a doubled dividend. EDWARDSVILLE-George Rin So bean oil 8 5 'n y 2 '|casional 27.00; standard and low, Steels, motors, oils, chemicals,j| <e l of Edwardsville, chairman ofj Barley: malting choice 1.15- 1.25n;' feed 92-1.02n. Jly Sep Dec Mar May Corn Jly Sep Dec Mar May Oats Jly Sep Dec Mar May Rye Jly Sep Dec Mar May High Low Close Close 1.82% 1.82 1.82% 1.82% 1.85% 1.85% 1.85% 1.85% l.Dl'i 1.90% 1.9V 1.95% 1.95% 1.95% 1.95% 1.94% 1.94% 1.95. 1.16% 1.15% 1.15% 1.16 1.16% 1.16% 1.16% IJfito 1.12% 1.11% 1.11% 1.12% 1.16% 1.15% 1.15% 1.16 1.18% 1.18 1.18 1.18% John Gluckstadt of St. Louis is j vessel's master and 14 crew mem- visiting his niece and her husband, i be rs chose to stay with the Sin- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Janes. 'clair Oil Co. tanker. The building committee of the ; A Navy destroyer. Die Robinson, can be made at this time other Watch •Jewelry Expert Service Fully Guaranteed STONE BROS. TM.EI'HONR HO 2-1118 Alton, III. — ||8 W. Third St. Wood River Store it Corner of Kerguton and Wood Klver Aver Dial OUnton 4-1622 DUKE BAKERY 819 Henry Dial HO •8-3922 FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY W» Spocfa/fia te Wadding Cakas good 19.00-22.00; culls 14.00-16.00. airlines, aircrafts, and dnigs I the Farm Bureau Marketing Com-j Woodburn Congregational Church igtood by to rem0 ve those aboard Sheep 1,200; opened steady; were mostl y lowei- - Rails were mittee. and Mrs. T. E. Albrecht, will meet at the church this eve- 1 in the event the MacDonald good and choice spring iambs j mixed - Electronics produced gam- Alhambra. member of (he Wo-lning. 18.00 - 20.50; choice and prime i ers ' among them Litton Industries, men ' s Committee, represented Ma-' 20.50-21.00; utility and good 14.00- "P about 4 - Beckman Instruments dison County at a publicity work- 17.00; culls down to 10.00. Produce Prices At St. Louis ;and General Instrument. both| shop hdd Monday in Hillsboro, ahead around 2. i U. S. government bonds continued to improve, were lower. Corporates and attended by 68 Farm Bureau .70T' S •74'i .7014 .70% .71% Ms .76 .70% .71 .74 ST. LOUIS (.P* — Eggs and live poultry: Consumer grades, cases returned. AA large 32-34, A large 30-32, A mediums 27-29. A small 20-22. B large 26-27; wholesale (grades, large extras, 60-79 peri (cent min A 29-25^L', 40-59 per cent linin A 28-29, medium extras 27- 2 Sailors, Marine in presidents, committee chairmen and women's committee members from 17 counties. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE - Two area residents were admitted Monday to St. Joseph's Hospital. Highland and two patients were discharged. Admitted, were: Mrs. Dorothy ' showed signs of resuming a Miss Kate Thyer has returned |pi un g e it started after a condenser || home after several days visit with j ex pi 08 ion Monday. No one was 11 her brother-in-law ana sister, Mr. i reported injured ' Use Teaf Gas on and Mrs. Harry Steinrauff, East! Alton. ! Visitors during the weekend at; the home of Mrs. Leonora Elliott • r , _^ were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Swift of j Congo Demonstrators Venice; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lucker of Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Warr, Mrs. Robert Elberg and' children, Rodger. Donny and Pat- • ty, all of Brighton. LEOPOLDVILLE, Belgian Congo, (AP)—Heavily armed police exploded tear gas grenades in the heart of Leopoldville*s European, jcity today to drive back a'crowd| Brig Again , CHICAGO (APi —Two s 1.18 1.17* 1.17>i 1.18 ! 27 ?' smalh extras -20-22 stand-,, ^ a Marine are back in ^ brig 1.20% 1.19% 1.19Vi 1.20% *™ Sl mm 8r ° ? er cent Bl 24 '-"' today after a brief, violent holiday . _ . VK • llMn i£lCctfi0rl r«ac;*ie Uttfuvrnirl : . , . Shimunek, 716 Voge: Mrs. Evelyn; Mr. and Mrs. Allan Cixwder andi ot about 500 Negro po]itica] dem . Mount, Rt. 1. son, Dale, of Bethalto and Mr. and j ons t ra tors. Discharged were: Miss Deborah j Mrs. Edwin Walter visited Sunday Hal be. 948 Hillsboro; Mrs, Ethel with Mr. and Mrs. James Crowder. i CHICAGO (AP'i —Two sailors : •Britton. 1325 Eberhart. 1.23% 1.22% 1.22% 1.23% 1.25% 1.25 1.25 1.25^ 1.25% 1.25 1.25% 1.25% Soybeans 26; unclassified, cases returned, ;,„ a comn iandeered truck, farm run with 45 Ib, 23-25, dirt-; Authorities gave this account of IBS and checks 20-2L'. the incidents Monday night involv-' Hens, heavy 14-16, light overling Seaman David Lindsay, 21. of Jly Sep Nov Jan Mar , ,„ „ „ ,. , iclash between the group Mr and Mrs. Earnest Behslej and anotner crowd and children, Georgia. Mark. Fran- > ^^ ces. Scott and kathy v.siled dur- !march th h ing the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Rose. The condition of Mrs. Edgar El- MOSCOW (APi-The first soi-> ft - a »wgical patient at Carlin- Russia Demobilizes First Soldiers The nolice sought to prevent a of 500 chan( . Afrk . ans ho , d , fl , t , ters maj) , S-H* r^ V™ ™*! 5 JLS M '^S!L 5 '^^l^?' .^^"^ r ^^ hn ^ diers^Ln^d from t£' SoSi ! ^ Are, Hospital, is satisfactory. No injuries were reported On the eve of independence ceremonies Thursday, the city is in Hardware Mutuals Expand Sales Force in Alton Area mercial broilers and fryers I Gopdall. 21, of Newton, Kan.; and 2.08% 2.08%l 21 2" 3t * lbs IS-l 8 "*. old roosters; Marine Pfc. Roland Gilbert, 19. of 2.12% 211% 2.12% 2.12^3' 9 -U. i( ' e packed broilers and!suburban Chicago Ridge: 2.15=ii 2.14% 2.15% 2.15',o fryers ' II - lh " : ^'* lbs ' -'n l L-:!0 1 v. The trio seized Apprentice Seaman James Cook, 18, of Barren, tulip tree grows to a ,.,^ , . ,^. , \Vis-, who was supervising their The height of from 80 to 198 feet. Low Bank Rates Auto Loans NEW or USED Installment Credit Dtp*. DM CL 4-3117 ILLINOIS STATE IANK OF EAST ALTON announced plans ti - Vliss Linda Hendricks of Wood cut the Red armed forces 1,200,- River visited ner unele and aunt ' 000 men are on their way, but IK Ml '- lind Mrs - Louis Worley; during necessarily to their homes. lhr ' P as1 wwk - Visiting at the \Vor- The newspaper Soviet Russia, lfj > »'"''«- tllis wepk '« Mi 1 *' ^'or.,..,.„ „ .. ^ . .„ , today reported the first men re-' 'O-'s niece. Miss Jerry Kay Hell- work detail, tore of his cartndge! leased ar(> m s|i) , 0 of clovdand . Following are today's l:30| bel • holster and .4a caliber au»o-' 8truct|on sitcg factorjes and tate '. Visitors Sunday ab the ho.ne of J 2 Selected Stocks i 1:301 p.m. quotations of 12 New yorkj ma * lc alld fled ' land collective farms, underlining Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Strohbeck Stock Exchange issues research! .They jammed the gun into the the Wester|) interpretation that wore Mrs. Orville Strohbeck and has indicated are widely held in,"** of Apprentice Seaman John onc ( , eason foj . fhc armed foj , ccs (l:nisMer> Pani( , la Mrs Jad{ Ken . the Alton area, as supplied to; Mlller ; lb - or Waterloo. N. Y., whoi cm WHS to ^ nee(]ed map nf . ))( , ( . Mjss C1arabc|u . strohbeck, the Alton Evening Telegraph by *as s "'"g '" »" s '™ck on the base, fol . mp econora if St. Uujs. Mrs. Leonora Elliott and Newhard, Cook & Co., from its and ordpl ' ed him to dnve P ast the machine. Mis. Lillian Elliott Alton branch office. (The New 8 a(e ? uard and Ulfo Cl»cago. York Exchange closes daily at Arriving in Chicago, the es- 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these <*£*** got . out. Miller drove are not the closing quotations): around a cornei '' hailed a P° hce AT&T 89%, Gen. Motors 44%. 8t n»d car and within minutes the Granite City Steel 35%, Olin' men were seized - The y were re Math. Chem. 43?i, Owens-Ul. ^med to the brig where they had a political ferment. Two large groups who fulled to gel representatives into the new govern-j ment are parading through' the streets, protesting their exclusion i from power. ', U2 I / a , Shell 35M), Sinclair 38%, Socony 37%, Standard (Ind.) 37%, Standard (NJ) 40%, U.S. Steel 80%, Sears 56%. been held on charges of being AWOL. A wild bull died in Darwin, tralia, from an overdose of tran- quilizlng pills designed to make it tame. The first girls' middle boarding j school in Ghana's Yilo Krobo dis trict, is nearing completion near We are pleated to announce the opening of an office to better serve the Alton area. EDWARD D. JONES & CO. Mwtan, N*v V«rk M«ck Bxebui* Metropolitan Building 307 Henry St. Alton, 111. Telephone HOward 54015 JOHN J. MALONEY BROADWAY ft MAIN HAS THESE ON SALE Urgt Red dipt Strawberries Q««»» C4 ••••i "I Only f 3 U Quart to* Crafts ' M Oft Now BROADWAY AMAIN 0riva.lt fra4u«a Majrfcot IK* For a ooplor. fresher sunune | Shower of \^ % Shower Flower •1-OOVALUl^ 00< Coupon «t your Coty/tounicr cit prifti ptul VMIBAU01 THRIFTY DRUG STORES How far will your penjion go when you retire? And ^hat ui|| inflation have dune to sou; ne»i- egg b\ ihen ' Recent I > M leading repreicniaip es ol'business, labor education and government met at ihc American Assembly 10 consider (he problem of price*. Fhe> concluded that reasonably stable price* are possible in • period of dynalnic growth and low unemployment. But. if we ire ever to reach this goal, all of u* mutt; strive together to asiiuv • tteady'' rise in productivity. | Too H M KltiwtM II ll«fl| 4tf moil Wool tmino'i leoMmlt 'u(ur« *riii toaiy loi I'M book- M 'fne»i Giowtli <*d ion", to »'i,»Mcm Aiidi.bly. 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