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FRIDAY, JULY 1, I960 ALTON EVENING TKUBOftAPM FAUIS rir mil Obituaries Mrs. Brock Shawneetown To Mark 150th Birthday SHAWNEETOWN, 111. (AP) - tncn MQ boniMftad women Joined today with hundreds of visitor* In opening a four-day celebration of the 150th birthday of Shawneetown, one of the state's newest as well as oldest communities. 'New Shawneetown is a modem Mrs. Martha Jane Brock, 89. a lifelong resident of Alton, died at 1:50 a.m. today at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Allen, Oil Division St. She had been In ill health for two years. Born in Alton, Sept. 17, 1870. she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Stewart. She was married in IMS to Johnson Urges Ike Spend Fund ft.f fetmm B. If AAKIK80K WASHINGTON »- Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson (D-Tex.) urged President Eisenhower and top defense officials to spend the extra money that Congress add. r t death she was married to i f nl w,, n * ed t0 thelr mf " tary ***** James Brock, who also preced-|^ a y the fiscal year that began ed her In death. i "I certainly hope that the ex- Newt of Stocks Late Market Dull, Uneven NEW YORK (AP) - The stock (market moved unevenly late this I afternoon In dull, preholiday trad- i»ng. Volume for the day was estimated at 2,900,000 shares compared with 2,940,000 Thursday. Changes of most key stocks were fractional. A few went to a for i print either way. to-1 Not much reaction was shown jhy stocks of companies affected community of 2,000 persons three ! daughter. Mrs. Allen, are a son. ' Survlvlng, In addition to herj ecu ,, vc hrahch wjll not , et somc by Castro's seizures of American- owned industry In Cuba. Interna Telephone was about the .. . .. _-. _. ,. ; - budget clerks willfully disregard miles from the Ohio River. It was William E. Henderson of Alton, the expressed intent of Confounded after a disastrous Hood In., child of her first marriage, | grcgs .'. 1ne Johnson leader gaid . |po)nt Thc administration has declln- j Universal Match lost more than jand two Old Shawneetown, rich In tradi-JMuckroy, sisters. Kansas Mrs. City, Lydia Kan., Kenneth J. Gray (D-tll) ., . ., „ _ r> . .. ! pdin scveral P» st vears to Per-1 a point, although It reduced an tion and historic beauty, still is jand Mrs. Eva Green, Detroit. ; mit spendlng of appropriations! earlier loss. Similar losses were home for a dogged few who re-j Mich. „ „ „ I added by Congress, fused to relocate on the new town The body Is at Russell Funeral The defcnse money bill provid- site. " ' " ' Rep. was to help cut a 300-pound birth day cake at opening day cere monies. Highlighting the nightly program jl p.m. will be a presentation of an his-; torical pageant, "The Shawnee-j |w||«c Home where friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday and until Tuesday morning when the body will be taken to Model Chapel. A.M.E. Church for services at ing $39,996,608,000 —about $661.608.000 more than Elsenhower asked — whisked through the Senate Thursday night by an 82*3 margin after earlier House „„ f ^ In lower view i town Story." Men and women : residents, dressed in the styles of the last century, will perform In the pageant. <V. Gov. Stratton will be grand mas- ««y « J i P- m ter Saturday in a parade. Sunday Nursing Home. has brrn set aside as Religious Widow of the late John Moult Heritage Day. i«n. she was born Dec. 3, 1864 The big party will end July 4 in England. with a fireworks display over the Survivors are two daughters approval. It now goes to the President. Johnson, in a statement in- sorted in the Congressional Record, said "a truly amazing doc taken by Youngstown Sheet and Lukens Steel. Major steelmakers were mixed. Bethlehem and U.S. Steelj __ dropped fractions. Republic Steel IVIi 1 l-» tO rose about a point. _ . DuPont and Allied Chemical i Stronger VoiCQ se more than a point each in a! & B? Anderson * teeming! ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICE* NOTICE Of CLAIM OATS Notice !« hereby |tv»n to tit per- toni that the first Monday tf» Ant- u«t. iMO, i* the Claim D*te m the etute of MARY j. DAVIS. Deceased, (tending in the Probate EMPLOYMENT CREDIT ASSOCIATION ttWd* local man 30-«8 year* for contact work with husine** and professional people this area. Must have car. Field training plus substantial drawing account for man selected. This Is an unusual monev-making opportunity. Write Manager. Box 11 JO. care Alton Telegraph. Court of Madison County. Illinois. „__. and thtt ei«ttn» may be filed «g*ln§t MECHANIC—Prefer General Motor* experience and must be hydramatlc man See Service Manager at w«lt the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Dated this nth day of June, 1990. M O. SCHAURETE, Public Administrator Attest: DALE HILT. Probate Clerk. I. H. STREEPER. III. Attorney. June 24. July l.S Motor Co, 1000 E. Broadway afraid MEN~fS)7~not" afraid to~wm-k to help on food route. 12.50 hour. Al ton area. Evergreen 5-5535. PERSONAL SERVICE •••^•^••^•BB^^ NHWIIHPWr * *.» PtrV* We^P^w cover*, LADIES dram*, dooW« hti »lntl«. _CL i-ttn, I* WANTED—tronififs and ' and rMMMtt*. BUSlNfcsi SERVICE YOU HAVE TRIED—And they have M lied, but now the search is over. For the best proposition in town call HO 5-4281. l« HELf WA*TED -> FEMALE S—Room BABY SITT $2 day. Straight days. age 4 - 5. HO 5-2473. and board. Stay. Girls. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice u hereby tiveti to all persons that the first Monday In August. IMO, is the Claim Date In the estate of GERTRUDE STUMP. Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County. Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said Hate without Issuance of summons. | ^ffffufSTy' Dated this 17th day of June. 1980. ^ two children! 5 dav week, up to $145 monthly. CL 4-0900. ALL ARIAS _ HAMPSEY'S S6W8R SIRVlCB HO6.IOI2 — CL 4.0813 24 hour service. Work tnarMtgM. clwn, install.- MW«tr tank*. BABYSITTER for two school -aged boys. Straight days. CL 4-MO»._ MlDDLEAGEb white lady to car* ATTENTION! Home OWnWI, for two children In my home. CL 4-5878. Stay. sewers, septic Field drains. "It's a cook book. Is he hungry—or am I supposed to read to him?" rose point — _, generally higher chemical sec-| In St. LOUIS tion. Merck picked up about 2. Goodrich dropped about 3 points! ST LOUIS <*>>-KETC, the with other leading rubbers show- j St. Louis educational TV sla- Thurs umcnt " ne obtained indicated j jng jnt] e change. (lion, is going to have a stronger '" that Pentagon heads might ig- 1 u.s.' government bonds im-!voice. nore the wishes of Congress. proved narrowly. Corporate* were 1 The gift to KETC of a new,-A U.N. report said today that The Seriate leader quoted ; up mode rately. ; antenna, a parts of the document, which he: _ |system and up to $30,000 for in Spankings Don't Stop Delinquency DAVID F. STUMP. Executor Attest: DAVID HtLT. Probate Clerk. WISEMAN * MALLETT, Attorney! MS Market Street, Alton, Illinois. June 24. July 1. 8 7 PERSONALS . ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS — H«lp WAITRESS WANTED — Apply in person at Bon Air. WANTED — Mlddleaned lady babysit, light housework. I-2S7S. your furnace clwnltlt order . Benefit from our economy rat*. CL 4-9450 - CL 4-8717. FURNACE CARE CO. BOTTLE GAS HOOKUP — bottiegas equipment and also bulk HO 2-2786. it HELP WTO.—Male * Female ACCOUNTANT—Local C.P.A. firm. Expansion of staff. Ideal working 185. East Alton, or CL 4-9278 or CL 4-8305. I* LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN LOST—Black Labrador retriever In Brighton vicinity. Reward. HO 2-0197. UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. LOST—Boxer "bulldog. Cottage Hills vicinity. S5 reward. CL 9-2093. II NOTICES ~ skeigai. JIM JONES. . , ..- 2-27S8. , .._..' . CL CARPET—First quality, low l»Hce. 1980 patterns, wool. Nylon, Aero- lan. Free estimate*. MleM from samples or large rolli from Whole"MADISON COUNTY CARPET R. 4 Erfwardsvllle. til. ATlantlc 8-7371 Salary^ 18.000 to $10.000 per year. Box No. care Telegraph. 1110. AIR CAREERS SEE OUR AD UNDER CLASS 12A w.'i, ., ,.,,-T-..Viv,/micro-wave relay i spanking and whipping do not ; BULK WEDD.NG sHJd wag wrjtten June 9 by o M Ga|e formcr gpecia] assist ant to tnc 8Ccreta ry of defense broad Ohio, circus acts and Mrs. Edith Thomae, Shipman;j wno sjncc has j o j ned the staff speeches by Sen. Paul Douglas (D-,Mrs. Oldenepple. j of lhe Republican National Corn- cted Stocks Following are today's p.m. quotations on 12 New York Stock Exchange Issues research stallalion by KMOX-TV was i 'nounced Thursday night at ' .dinner honoring Frank Stanton, president of the Columbia Orence •-• ioi Trie nepuoucmi lianuiuu v-um- .-nucn jjAtimiiKc ioou«i» .to^a.^.. D rnjt j_,-(i n _ Cv.fp.Yi III) and Otto Kerner, Democratic; Bunker Hill; and four sons. mittee • j has indicated are widely held in i . *'.f i7v, nv candidate for governor. Fred, William and Thomas, all; Johnson quoted one paragraph [ the Alton area, as supplied toj ln aaaitlon KM ox Thousands of sightseers are ex- of Bunker Hill; and Bert of; as gta ting that if Congress vot- i the Alton Evening Telegraph by; pected to lour old buildings in Slaunton. ; e( j extra funds "where the lawJNewrmrd, Cook & Co., from its! KETC to lease •TV, has arranged for a tower atop stop juvenile delinquency and ._ should never be used. a ' The report—"New Forms of Juvenile Delinquency: Their Origin. Prevention and Treatment"— was prepared by the U.N. Department of Economic ^ bowl rental; lm- picturesque Old ShawneeJ o w n. Also surviving are 17 grand-j^oes not require expenditures.! Alton branch office. (The New the Boatman's bank building in once the most important town in children. 18 great-grandchildren.j age ncies should reserve the in-JYork Exchange closes daily at!downtown St. Louis on a long- Illinois. Settlement started there Her husband, two daughters andi c reases and carry them forward!2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these, term nominal basis, before 1800 around a trading post one son preceded her in death. ! 1o the maximum practical ex-j are not the closing quotations): It will enable KETC for the Shawnee Indians. Rev. C. M. Miller, pastor of'tem to fiscal year 1962." Federal government surveyors Woodburn Congregational laid out a city plan for the new church, will conduct funeral town in 1810. providing for broad services at 2 p.m. Sunday at the avenues, wharf and business areas, Jacoby-Wise Funeral Home in and treeshapod residential streets. Bunker Hill. Friends may call * Wide streets and fine old trees re- at the funeral home after 3 p. ri~l f\ m Truman Out __ -. r%llf~|£»t* m-9 It \>*X^m. and Social Affairs. It said that corporal punishment "should be excluded in any form" and "has practically no effect as a deterrent, especially for those juv- jeniles who have already under- 10 in '!gone it." AT&T 89%, General Motors 44, i crease its reception area, par-j Corrective agencies, the re- Granite City Steel 35, Olin Math.; ticularly in Illinois, and im-port said, "should endeavor to Chem. 42%, Owens-Dl. 114'/i, prove reception in its present Shell Oil 34 1 A, Sinclair 38%,!reception area. Socony 37'/i, Standard (Ind.)| st. Louis University plans TO main as a tribute to these early m . Saturday. Interment will be city planners and the buildings j n Zimmerman Cemetery, still standing are much the same as they were a century ago. Shawneetown, residents " point 137'i. Standard (NJ) 40%, U.S. i.Steel 79?«, Sears 54%. out, is the only city other than Washington, D. C., plotted by the the government's; early interest in Shawneetown was< mainly as a post office point states of Illinois, tucky, Tennessee and !/„„ Ken- Mrs. Mattle Wenzel Rites Conducted LQg ANGELES f _ Harry s Funeral rites for Mrs. Martin Truman plans to demand his Wenzel, 84. were conducted QUster M Dcmocrat ic national Churches chairman, says Paul S. Butler, Henderson. Burial i angrily denying News o f Grains For Scalp Corn, Soybean Futures Ahead seU the building where KETC's present studios and tower are located. It would have cost the develop in the juvenile a sense of moral and social responsibility. through his participation in a world where adults and juveniles live together." It recommended that station more than $100,000 to j offenders be given as young much move the equipment and tower and it did not have the money. freedom as possible through the use of open and semi-open Stanton told the dinner the re-j institutions." And it said, they moval of the "equal-time" re-i "react more favorably" when strictions imposed on broadcast j they know in advance how journalism by the communica-i.much time they must serve, cups, spoons, punch print napkins. BAXTER DtST. CO. 554 E. Broadway. HO 5-9347 TRAP SHOOT—Jersey County Gun Club. July 3 and 4. OPEN TO PUBLIC AT NEW LOCATION. Turn South at West End Tavern. Jerseyvllle. off Route 18 and fol low markers. Time, 1:00 p.m. WANT TO RENT MOVIE CAR TOONS for the children's birthday party? Se* Potter's for brand new stock of Walt Disney's cartoons Foster's Drug Store. "Alton's Camera Headquarter*." 230 B Broadway. HO 5-2545 . WEDDING RECEPTION—Bridal & stork shower, plates, cups, table cover favors, all In matching design Crystal punch bowl & cups, candle holders, table center pieces, for rental party service, free with your purchase at Plaza Party Shop. Plaza Shopping Center. HO 5-8443. IIA RIDERS RIDE FROM HARTFORD to 7th. Market St. in St. Louis. 8:30 to 5 p.m. Call CL 4-5845. RIDERS+-TO St. Louis from Wood River. East Alton. CL 4-5300 or CL 4-8784. WILL DRIVE YOUR CAR CALIFORNIA 2-0164. — No charge. TO HO EDUCATIONAL . Cemetery.! the party's convention. Pallbearers were Lewis Ham- 1 "I have not in any way rigged bean futures sent those contracts well ahead today in a steady to tions act are "dangerous, wasteful and intolerable." Useful special election pro-j rather than when they are confined indefinitely." grams by television will be im- Carl Sandburg Now . possible he sa.d until the m-, Robert Rogers, Robert I the convention," Butler tense , firm markct Reynolds. eminent intended Shawneetown to, be a gateway to the undeveloped | ana River. „ .. , . i Shawneetown's future, as well! D av id P. Lattin u its flood-battered past, have been tied to the river and river j R j teg Conducted transportation. When railroads were built they bypassed the town Christian Science in favor of upstart villages to the were conducted Wednesday at u j Saturday. and emotional, told a news con-j .. . his ference Thursday. "And I jnot resign in the face of I (Truman's) request." i Pre-conventton activity burst into a party-shaking squabble when the ex-President announced he wasn't attending the con- Board of'^ ustr y ' s fr ee d °* t° e re iui re ' merit that every candidate get but regularly I2A INSTRUCTIONS AIR CAREER STUDENTS WANT ED — Fly — meet people. Grade ates over 18. under 36—ruth fact* and photo to Airline Training. Lambert Airport Class. St. Louli. Mo. EMPLOYMENT .„, «,.™ led the advances withi e \ ua j "me on aJ wlU i B 8inS running to about 2% cents scheduled news a bushel in the early afternoon. | Corn was up major fractions to more than a cent. and interview programs. Livestock Prices 3rr : r*i-—" "" "* y -is^*i =. £S->•- - north, including Chicago. In one called 2 p.m. in.Smith Funeral Home; Butler said he had heard thatj for David P. Lattin. by Harley i Truman "reportedly is asking 1 for the holiday weekend was in fairly good vol- At East St.Louis ume in all pits. After NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) — (USDA) — Hogs 8,000; ! mixed 1-2 180-230 lb 17.50-85; about 18.00; cent range, stop-loss buying speeded up the drive. sovbean nit 90 head 1 and 12 in suggested the town may have Memorial Park. convention to request my resig- been at fault for not offering finan- j Casketbearers were Don nation, cial assistance to the railroads. Bracht. Walter Steffen, Lynn 1 "Truman The town may have haughtilyiHolford, Ray Smith. Maurice j ng i have rigged the convention declined the hard pressed early Zimmerman and L. E. Cutforth. for John Kennedy," said Butler, railroads that assistance necessary to the location of a main line! through a thriving western metro-' cnjp 1700 . 2 . 3 240 . 270 lb 16 .5o.i 7 .25 : a-3 polls," he said. Reid also recalled the unconfirmed story about the Shawnee Robert Scott Rites Conducted .. _. _ * V>al 1UI i cucil/ia we*«; tcn**4icn,\_u ' L^, 68 L ro . m ""r! ™± at wheat 15 cars, com 126. oats 6, ing the charge a bill of particu lars," he added. i Butler termed the convention rigging reports "nasty, mean With the Rev. W. Freeman and vicious," and called "an ab- town bank, an early day financial' Privett. pastor of Cherry Street j solute falsehood" another re- center whose century-old edifice!Baptist Church, officiating, fun-jport — that he had been offer- gtill stands as the most imposing eral rites for Robert Scott werejed a post-retirement business building in old Shawneetown. i conducted at 10 a.m. today in) connection with an establish- jout the Midwest showed develop-i lots to 17.50; few 2-3 280 lb 16.25; ment of both corn and soybeans mixed grade 150-170 lb 15.75-16.50, well below previous years. J few 16.75; 120-140 lb 13.00-15.25; 1- Carlot receipts were estimated j 3 sows 400 lb down 14.50 -15.50 sows over 400 lb 13.25-14.25; boars over 250 lb 10.50-11.00, lighter to 12.00. _ Cattle 300; calves 200; cattle, good 1,075-1,100 steers 24.75; utility and commercial cows 14.5016.00; canner and cutter cows 12.50-14.50, strong cutters to 15.00; utility and commercial bulls 18.00- Movie Producer FLAT ROCK, N. C. ( API-Pry* V HELP WANTED - MALE biographer, historian, editor, lec-i turer, folk singer — that's Carlj Sandburg, and more. Now he's! ready to have a fling at motion! picture production. Listen to his! comments: j "Why ainf I got a right to write i for the movies? That's header, | ge'Between age 21 and 3« DO YOU KNOW THIS MAN? ., ., ... ,. , . . , , Has his eye on the future and is that s a nigh dive I haven t made.! willing to work for Why ain't I got a right to take a dive in the 20th Century-Fox i lot?" i It's no dive, says 20th-century-! He ls looking for security in a sal- v j j. """~"""* ar ied position that offers opportun- Fox producer - director " • -------- WHAT HE WANTS George Stevens. He and Sandburg announced here Thursday that they will collaborate in filming Fulton Ousler's best-seller, "The Greatest Story Ever Told." Ity for advancement plus the added incentive of commission. He has a good automobile. He can be away from home four nights each week; (home on weekends) and can accept, , employment at once. High School: Education required. shifts available, no rotation. Attractive salary wlih automatic Increases; chances (or advancement good. Differential for jvenlng and nlghl duty, time and otie-haH for overtime. Liberal personnel policies—five day. forty hour week. One meal and laundry allowed in addition to salary. Air conditioned hospital. Apply Director of Nurses. Missouri Pacific Employes' Hospital. 1755 So Grand Blvd., St. Louis 4, Mo. CUNNINGHAM —Painting, Interior, exterior. Patch plastering. Small repairs. Reasonable prlcM. to. sured. HO 2-5429. CUTTING and HAULING — Fallen trees, branches, etc. HO 5-1987. HO 2-505«. 'FOR W'ELDING SERVICE of ail ' kinds. Any place or time. Port: able equipment. Call Begnel Body and Top Shop (Welder. 32 years' experience). HO 3-8441 or Chuck Thompson 2-7384. FOR YOUR HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING NEEDS — CALL AJAX HEATING ft AIR CONDITIONING. CL 9-2011, HO S.J701. ISA SALESLADIES Housewives and Mothers Part-time work. About 3 hours day or evening, two or three times per week. Average over S3 per hour. Use of car necessary. Phone TRinagle 7-5905 or BRIdge 4-1100 for appointment. SALESMEN FACTORY REPRESENTATIVES— We will hire 6 men who have transportation. Apply in person. 2414 E. Bdwy., Tuesday morning 10- 12. SALESMAN WANTED EXCLUSIVE CIGAR DISTRIBUTOR wants married man between 30 and 40 years. Must reside In city of Alton, III. Travel total of 11% counties, centered around Alton. 5 counties located in Missouri. Position consists of selling and delivering, exclusive, franchlsed cigar brands to retail trade. Must maintain small Inventory at residence and be able to spend a minimum of 8 nights away from home In a 5-week period. Earnings based on commission of gross sales, backed by guaranteed drawing account. In addition to all personal expenses paid by company. Company furnished transportation with all expenses paid. Give complete resume including telephone number In first letter. Personal Interview appointments will only be granted In response to written application letters. Wm, A. Stlckney Cigar Co.. 1021 Chouteau. St. Louis 2. Missouri FURNACE CLEANING GILLENWATER, HO 5-8308. HARRIS TREE SERVICE — Power •praying by sta» licensed operator Tree work. HO 2-0*11. HO 8-8587. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED—617 Spring. LET ME HAUL IT—LIGHT TRUCKING. ODD JOBS. ROBERT GASKILL, HO 2-1580. 22 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE HOUSEWORK or baby sitting. Call HO 5-8522. FINANCIAL 2.1 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CONFECTIONERY and Sandwich Shop, close to two different schools, fully equipped. Owner retiring, will sacrifice. 1813 Central, after 5 P.M. 317 Spring St. POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED—SHARPENED ALL MAKES Complete stock Toro Kut Kwtck mower*, garden tiller*. Used mower*. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. HO 2-7326 POWER LAWN MOWER REPAIRS All Makes. Guaranteed Work Registered Service Dealer Pick Up And Delivery MESTERS AUTO REPAIR 215 Niagara, East Alton Ph. CL 4-5921 TREES CUT UP. Reasonable, with chain saw. CL 9-6971. IS BUILDING —CONTRACTING Al«rt Home Owner* Insist On LoMac HOME IMPROVEMENTS 5 yr*. to pay— Free Estimates EY NO MON DOWN— CL 44731 ALL CARPENTRY and painting. interior 2-7419. and exterior. Phone HO BLOCK. BRICK, stone, plaster, concrete. New construction. Remodeling. HO 2-9140. BLOCK t CONCRETE WORK — Repair work. Free estimate*. PH. HO 5-6132. BOB WOODS — Cement contractor. Union work. Free 5-2938. HO 2-7832. estimate*. HO FOR LEASE—Major Oil Company service station. Excellent location. Money maker. In Alton. Illinois. For more Information call HO 5-2198. FOR THE HOUSE YOU DESIRE CONSULT CLASSIFICATION 59 CARPENTER — Roofing repair, block and concrat* work: tamer- lenced. Fret ••timaw*. HO 2-4110. CARPENTER WORK — Large or small. Free estimates. CL 4-5718. CARPENTER WORK — Roofing, •idlng. repairing, remodeling. No job too unall. CL 4-8044. COLLINS CABINET SHOP. Custom made cabinet*. Work guaranteed. Fre? estimate*. Tarry Drive. Alton. HO 8-1407. The bank, according to the popu- Gent Chapel. Burial was in Vallar story, refused a Jl.OOO loan to|halla Memorial Park, founder! of Chicago on the ground i Pallbearers were Chicago wag too far from Shaw-. neetown to thrive. Despite misfortune, Shawneetown still is going strong and moving uphill economically as it Dewey Painter, Russell Woolert, Howard Truitt, Ernest Blair, James! Marina, and Robert Bergrath. j Old Shawneetown's 400 residents once moved homes, churches and | seem destined to keep their pre- businesses away from the river, j carious location behind the Ohio I River levees in the face of annual flood threats and frequent flood- CHARCOAL 25c Bag at BROADWAY i MAIN RED RIPE WATERMELONS From 59C We Fluff 'Em. CALIFORNIA LEMONS 2»" 49c BOMB GROWN TOMATOES 3 Only 59C BROADWAY AMAIN M«rktt ing. What an early English traveler me,nt controlled by the Kennedy family. Argentina Reaffirms Eichmann Demand BUENOS AIRES (AP)—Argentina today reaffirmed its demand for the return of Adolf Eichmann from Israel. The Israeli* have repeatedly said they do not intend to give back the former Nazi said of old town residents in 18171 charged with helping organize the still is true today. I extermination of six million Jews. "They cling to the river," wrote! Morris Birkbeck, "and they will R y S< Admire never leave it." J Rites Conducted Following services Thursday at 2 p.m. in Gent Chapel the body of Ray S. Admire, 47, was interred in Valhalla Memorial Park. The Rev. M. L. Bird, pastor of First Methodist Church, off! elated at the rites. Pallbearers were Richard Bishop, Steve Baron, Raymond Niday, Don Green, Ron White, man, and Eli Pruitt. CTUCAGO (AP) — No wheat or soybean sales. Corn No. 2 yellow 1.19%. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 75%. Soybean oil 8%n. Barley: malting choice 1.25n; feed 85-1.02n. 1.15- Ambulancti, oxygtn •quipped condoaUy at your command. CHICAGO (AP)— Prev. High Low Close Close Wheat Jly 1.84>4 1.83H 1.83% 1.83'/4 Sep 1.86 1 /* 1.85% 1.86 1.86 Dec 1.92% 1.9W 1.91% 1.91% Mar 1.96% 1.96 1.96>/g 1.96H May 1.96>/i 1.95»/a l.»5»/4 1.95% Corn 19.50; good 23.00-26.00, and choice vealers few 27.00; standard and low good 19.00-22.00; good and 'choice slaughter calves 21.00-24.00. Sheep 200; most good and choice spring lambs 18.50-21.00; 21 head lot choice and prime rt3 lb 21.50; utility and good 14.00-18.00. few to feeder buyers 14.00; culls down to 19.00. 1.16% 1.15V6 1.16'/4 115% 1.17>/i 1.16»/4 1.17 1.16% 1.13>/4 1.12% 1.13 1.12% 1.17 1.16% 1.16% 1.16% 1.19% 1.18% 1.18% 1.18% .71% .74% ,76% .74% .70% .70% .71>4 71'/» .74% .76 .74% .75% .74% 74% .70% .71% .74% .76 .74% Jly Sep Dec Mar May Oats Jly Sep Dec Mar May Rye Jly 1.18 1.17%> 1.17% 1.17% Sep 1.20% 1.19% 1.19% 1.19% Dec 1.23% 1.23 1.23 1.22% Mar 1.25% 1.25% 1.25% 1.25% May V.26 1.351*1.28 1.25 Soybeans Jly 2.13% 2.10% 2.13% 2.10% Sep 2.12% 2.10% 2.10% 2.10% Nov 2.11% 2.09% 2.11% 2.08% Jan 2.15 2.13 2.15 2.12% Mar 2.18 2.16% 2.18 2.15% WANTED All Tht lugs You Hove Let us kill all your household insects such as watsrbugs, roaches, sllverflsh, moths and to forth. This U not a spray or mist. It's new, safe, efficient and nontoxic. Call DUdley 4>N17 or din- ton 4-4HOO (or a free estimate ALL WORK GUARANTEED POO-RITE EXTERMINATING 00. FIOYD WIUMAN •nd JAMIS SIIIIRT opera ton ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all per- sone that the first Monday in August. 1960, is the Claim Date in the estate of JAMES J. O'NEILL, 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 summon*. Dated this 8th day of Juno. 1060. MARY ELIZABETH SKELTON. Administratrix Attest: DALE HILT, Probate Clerk JACOBY. PATTON * MANNS (H. W. PATTON). Attorney. June 17. 34. July I IF YOU ARE THIS MAN You will be paid starting salary of $455.00 per month and oonus You will be given a complete and successful training program at company expense. Your future and security will be Insured. FOR A PERSONAL INTERVIEW SEE MR. RODNEY 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. WEDNESDAY. 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TO PLACE YOUR AD DIAL HO 5-6641 FINANCIAL j Vacation Cask i LATER '25 to '800 J Yes, You can take your vacation | i now and pay for it later. Get thc ! i money here for expense*, wheth-1 J er you're going away or staying ! i ... whether for travel, auto, or i i clothes—or to paint, repair, and J i fix up around the place. i { You'll get quick service on send- { i ble plans. Come in, phone or I j write for immediate information. { $e* IM toefeyi | i ,i IN ALTON Ul kite Strut • HOvwIMHIi r,N W °W 0 ^' . ClintaUttl! iwffli . cu.tM4.3n*: »••••••*••••••••«••«! MISC. FOR SALE MISC. FOR SALE Employment Opportunity University Civil Service IBM Supervisor-Operator (407 EXPERIENCE RSQU1MD) IBM Keypunch Operator For ntw installation In Idwardivlllo aroa Phone HO 9*0001, Ext 96 NOW'S THE TIME TO INSTALL YOUR CONCRETE PATIOS Compkto With ALUMINUM CANOPY FRK UTIMATI NO OIUOAHO* * ALUMUIKE ef ALTON awiiwitt. * 4«r *****{*+++***&* J

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