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TOESBAV, JULY 5,1980 ALTON EVENING TBLfiQlUPH Obituaries K. B. Jacoby KENNETH B. JACOBY Kenneth B. Jacoby, assistant manager of C. 3. Jacoby & Co., was found fatally wounded at 9:30 a.m. today. His body was seated in a chair in the corner of the basement, a .45 caliber army automatic clutched in the hand. it) St. Joseph's HOB- 4:40 p.m. pltal. Surviving, m addition to Ms parents, area brother, Kevin, 4*. his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Alice Mercer Fulkerson, and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. East Alton. William Linkogle, Mrs. A. Barton Mrs. Annie Barton, who came to Alton three months ago from Eldorado, died at 4:30 a.m. today at her home, 2720 Humbert St. She was 79. Mrs. Barton was born Dec. 26. 1880, in Richland County, * daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Crowe. She was the wife of John Barton. Surviving, In addition to her husband, are a son, Melvin Lomas of Rosewood Heights, a child of a former marriage; a brother, George; four sisters, Mrs. Rosella Bursott, Noble; Mrs. Emma Copley, Albion; Mrs. Lily Orr, Eldorado, and Mrs. Clara Payne, Wood River; three step-daughters, Mrs. Leroy Wright. Mrs. Ray Walker, Home, Alton, wfctre frtewft tnty call after 7 p.m. Wednesday and until 11 a.m. Thursday when tt» body Mil b* moved to Trinity Lutheran Church of which MM Bakter was a member, for services at 1 p.m. Burial will b* in Upper Alton Cemetery. Mrs, G. Riddle In declining health for the past five years, Mrs. Gladys Riddle, wife of Clarence Riddle, died at 11 a.m. Sunday if) St. Joseph's Hospital, where she had been a patient for one hour. Born in Muscatine, Iowa, on Aug. 3, 1903, she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flggs. She was married to Clarence Riddle on Aug 3, 1912 In Iowa. They came to Alton in 1927. Mr. and Mrs. Riddle were the parents of 13 children, 12 of whom survive; six sons, Alfred, Lincoln, James and Raymond, Alton, LeRoy, Manchester, Iowa, Robert of Overland, Mo., Walter J. of Imperial, Mo.; six daughters, Mrs. Ethel Osborn, Alton, Miss Evelene Riddle, Davenport, Iowa, Miss Lena Mae Riddle and Miss Louis* Riddle, St. Louis, Mrs. Julia _ . _ _ ;and Mm. Iva Smith, Alton; two ... . . ... M .... w, u, nm, £,uT!7 DIV st*l>son-, J. C. and Alfred Bar.' Martn *^ MI » 8I Mary V '°' 8 W. W. Billings said the body was , on AUon and scvera] ste p. chil .' Riddle, both of Lemay, Mo.. REPORTS ASSETS OF BANKRUPT FIRM At Luer's creditors' meeting Friday, Bankruptcy Basil Contrakon (left fore* C. B. Keehner, the receiver for the ground) studies a copy of Keehner's re* bankrupt packing firm, reported on as* port.—Staff Photo, sets of the company. U. 8. Referee in SHE MOVED West Alton's new post office build* .seph Smith, a retired rural mall car- Ing, damaged In the Thursday morning rler, who erected the building to be storm, was occupied on schedule Sat* rented to the postal department.. Photo nrday. Woman In front is Mrs. Belle was made prior to the storm,—Staff Mitchell, postmaster, and man is Jo* Photo. , discovered by Dr. Gordon Moore. Jacoby's physician, who had responded to a call from dren and step-great-grandchildren. and 21 grandchildren. The body is at Staten Chapel Jacoby. Found nearby was a from Gent Chapc) to Bean The body was moved today!where friends may call after 10 E. H. Herd's Rites Were Held Saturday suicide note, Dr. Billings said. Jacoby, who was 44, had been ill several years and under the care of physicians, Dr. Billings reported. With police, the coroner investigated at the scene. Dr. Billings said Mrs. Jacoby and their four children were away at the time. Mrs. Jacoby. with two children, had left the house Tanner Funeral Home in Eldorado. George Bruns George Bruns, 91. who had) a.m. Wednesday. Rites will be Funeral rites for Everett H. conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday Hord - employe service manager Children Consume Clothing Dye at Godfrey 'Tea Party' Auto Collision, At East Alton News of Grains Contracts Dp Major Fractions Livestock Prices At East St. Louis News of Stocks Spotty Decline; Trading Slack the chapel "with interment {or Valhalla Memorial Park. """' NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. (AP)—(USDA)-Hogs 14,000; bulk! 1-2 180-230 lb barrows and gilts i 18.00-25; mixed 1-3 and 2-3 180-2401 • I CHICAGO (AP)—Grain futures lb 17.50-Ts.OO, some 3.240 lb down EAST ALTON - Automobiles'traded In a mostly strong price! 10 1T25; few lots 2 ' 3 24 °- 270 Upmarket settled into a spotty de- driven by Charles Haws, 70, 208! , th , afternoon to j 16 - 75 - 17 - 75 : so™ 6 !•• 24 ° lb 18.00; icline late this afternoon. Trading Olin Mathieson Chemical! GODFREY — Four children'Lincoln S.I., East Alton, and Wll- i J ^ s .. Jt " ™._^ i,, Vll:..^,. .,*: small lots 3 around 300 lb 16.00; (was slack. NEW YORK (AP)-The stock John Egelhoff made his home with a niece,; j on n W. Egelhoff. 64, an em- Mrs. William Herren at 211 Logan St., Bethalto, since 1948 when his home in Bunker Hilt factor, especially in the corn pit. • 120-140 Ib lib down 13.50-15.50; 1-3 sows 400 14.75-15.75; over 400 Ib Corp., were conducted at 2 p.m.!were believed unharmed todayjbur H. McDermott, 27, Saturday In First Methodist|after they consumed an undeter-jSt., East Alton, collided Mondayie'ra^ly'active Church, East Alton, with the : mined amount of clothing dye at 7:30 p.m. on East St. Louis i , Rev. Jack Travelstfead officiat- j while playing "tea party" at a Ave., it was reported by the po-| B ™ ke " sala wcau « r a PP M f ea 113.25-14.25; boars over 250 lb 10.25- ing. Interment was in Roselawn | home on Straube lane. . |lice. I 1 . 0 * te_™#* t _ !? engtl L eni _^ 7 5. "ghter weights 2.00. ; Memory Gardens. ! Taken to Alton Memorial Hos- 1 It was reported that Haws lb 00-75. Volume was estimated at to buy some coffee, the coroner! was destroyed by a tornado, said he was told, and the other children were out of the city. died Monday at 11:50 p.m. in Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. Jacoby went to his place! Mr. Bruns. a retired carpen- of business this morning, thel ter - had rcsided ta Bunkcr HilJ coroner related, but had subse- jfor j?°..y ca . rs P^vious to coming quently returned home. His body was taken to the Ja- to Bethalto to make his home with Mr. and Mrs. Herren. Before that he had farmed in the coby Funeral Home. Jerseyville. Mhambn area> An inquest will be conducted | A son of the late Mr. and son by Deputy Coroner Thomas J.JMrs. Dietrich Bruns, he was iborn in Alton, March 4, 1869. Mr. andj He was a former member and Mrs. Edwin J. Jacoby and was j trustee of Zion Lutheran Church born in Alton, Dec. 29, 1915. ! in Bunker Hill and after coming His wife is the former Mary j to Bethalto had affiliated with Burke of Alton. He was the son of the I^utheran Church there. Unusually active for his advanced years, Mr. Bruns had belonged to a number of organizations including the Men's Club of Zion Lutheran Church, Bethalto; the Golden Age Club and the Dart Ball Club. Mr. Bruns' only survivors are two nieces, Mrs. Herren and MM. Elma Hoenn, Bethalto. and two nephews, John Penning. Bunker Hill, and Albert of Alberta, Canada. He was preceded Jin death by three brothers, Richard, John and Ernest, and Mrs. Margaret L. Stahl, who! two sisters, Mrs. Mary Pending Louise Kollinburger formerly of Paris, 111. He leaves four children, David, who is with the armed forces in Hawaii; Penelope, Cassandra and George, of Alton, and Mrs. Barbara Mein- ors of St. Louis. He attended Alton High School and the University of Missouri. In World War H Mr. Jacoby served in the Coast Artillery. Mrs. M. Stahl nimTnfOMr7M«tWp«« Twno i Pallbearers were: J. S. Kovic. PitaJ Sunday where their stom- ploye of Olln-Mathieson Corpo-|_, . „_„,_.. rt ,, „_ „„»,« «,»„«, ™, m ^ ....... ration for 19 years, died suddenly Clarerice McNish, 0. M. Me., Sunday at his home, 13 6 j Phenon. Qiffwd Duckworth. E. Whitelaw Ave., East Alton. L - Pattison and E, V. Tedford. Death was due to a heart seizure. Born on April 23, 1896 near! Raymond, he was a son of the !atu Mr. and Mrs. William Egelhoff. He was married to Mlssi Following funeral rites at 10 Jo Lee Johnson in St. Louis on!a.m. today in Gent Chapel, the Mrs. Jacoby's Rites Conducted Today April 30, 1936. Mr. Egelhoff was a charter member of the American Legion in Raymond, and a veteran of World War I. Surviving, in addition to his wife, Jo Lee, are one daughter. Miss Nyla Sue Egelhoff, a senior student nurse in Deaconess Hospital, St. Louis, thers, Walter of three bro- Litehfield, diaries J. and Willis, both of Raymond. One brother preceded him in death. The body is at the Hough Funeral Home, Raymond, where friends may call. Rites will he conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday by the Rev. E. 0. Alien followed by rites fn Asbury Cemetery. Mrs. F. Pierce Alton relatives received word! body of Mrs. Mildred C. Jacoby was interred in Valhalla Memorial Park. Dr. E. J. Vance, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, officiated. Carl Steiner, H. J. Schew- make, A. J. Maul, Herman Schafer, John Beauten and L. J. Misegades were the pallbearers. Begin Construction of NewHome for Emperor TOKYO (AP) - Construction on a new home for Emperor Hirohito and Empress Nagako began today after Shinto rites on the moated Imperial Palace grounds near Tokyo's business center. Completion is scheduled in October 1961. The emperor and empress now made her home with a son, anc j Mrs. Anna Saffr. Clarence S. Stahl, at 1414 Mil- The body is at Smith Funeral ton Rd., died Saturday at 8:301 Home in Bethalto where friends ;of the death Monday of Mrs. *«* " hospital at Breese, 111. She was) p.m. in St. Joseph's Hospital, imay call after 7 p.m. today and the mother of Mrs. K. O. Klump She had been in failing health)until l! a.m. Wednesday whenj oflv f jton '. ilive in a remodeled bomb shelter built during the war. Their palace was destroyed by American B29s in 1945. during the past year and a pa- i the body will be taken to Zion! Pierce suffered a heart - tient in the hospital several i Lutheran Church, Bettalto. for ! a"ack a week ago at the funei-al b ' l ' bBen times since the beginning of her rites at 2 p.m. Burial will be illness. She had last entered.; Bunker Hill Cemetery, the hospital June 21. ! Mrs. Stahl was born in St. i Louis Jan. 23, 1883. She had! resided in Alton for the past 62! years and previous to moving Mrs. F. Heckman Mrs. Fannie Heckman, widow of j hospitalized since that time. j Surviving are five daughters, (Mrs. Alvin Bitterburg, Carlyle: Mrs. H. O. Klump, AJton; Mrs. {Charles Jones, Salem; Mrs. Carl Stone, Tomalco; Mrs. Hu- with her son to the Milton road | William Heckman, died at 4 fO home, where he operated thej Sunda y in the R"v«view Nursing j gene of Moro flnd Gerold of Car]y]e sind Eu _ Shelter House, had resided with him at the corner of Third and Henry streets, where he operated the former Gum Hotel. She was a member of St. Matthew's parish. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. R. H. Henderson, Godfrey, and Mrs. Lillian Josh, Alton; her son, Clarence; a sister, Mrs. John Henkhaus, and a brother, Lawrence Stanton, Bethalto; five grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. She was born on u> 1875. Mrs. Heckman is survived by Friends may call after 2 p.m. Wednesday at Frerkers Funeral Home in Carlyle. Funeral serv- three sons, Harry of Lincoln, CM- j ces w i u oe conducted Thursday ford W. and Claude E., both of Alton; two daughters, Mrs. Charles Gilmore, East Alton, and Mrs. Gene Woodson of Bethalto; 10 grandchildren and one great- grandchild. Mrs. Gene Woodson and -her brother, Claude, are vacationing in Florida with their families, and relatives here have been unable to locate them to notify them of A Requien High Mass will be j the death. The body is at Staten - sung Wednesday at 9 a.m. in St. Matthew's Church. Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery. The body is at Staten Chapel where friends may call and where the Rostary will re- recited at 8 p.m. today. Mercer Infant Graveside rites for Kent William Mercer, 13-day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mercer of 611 7th St., Wood River, were conducted at 1 p.m. today <<i Upper Alton Cemetery by the Rev. Jack Travelstead, pastor of East Alton Methodist Church. The baby died Saturday at at 2 p.m. at the funeral home. R. E. Adams Russell E. Adams, 60, of Granite City, died suddenly at 7:15 p.m. Saturday at the home of his son, Stuart Adams in Detroit, Mich. Death was due to a heart seizure. Mr. Adams had suffered a similar attack four years ago, but had recovered sufficiently enough to return to Lake Superior is the world's largest body of fresh water. Dalton had perfected a skin cream which he manufactured and sold and at that time a company was organized to distribute the cream and other cosmetics, which bore his name. He was a member of Alton Local 81. Barbers Union. achs were pumped, were driving south on East St. Louis Ave. when McDermott backed! George, 7, and Patty, 5, chil-i nis car out of an alley onto East dren of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Demetrulias, of East St. Louis, and Martin, 8, and Sidney, 5. children of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Austin, of Straube lane. Mrs. Demetrulias said that one of the children brought the dye to the "party" thinking it a mix for a soft drink. They ate it right out of the box, she said. The Demetrulias family was visiting relatives on Straube lane where the children were playing. The color of the dye was "wine". Mother and Child Hurt GODFREY — Mrs. Dorothy Cummings, and her daughter, Denice, 7, of 606 Lovejoy St., Jerseyville, were treated at St Joseph's Hospital following an automobile accident in Godfrey, early Sunday morning, Alton police reported. St. Louis Ave., and the two cars collided. Betty O'Deil, Leland Hotel, Edwardsville, was a pas- in some areas, attracted short covering. Carlot receipts today were ^sti- mated at: wheat 8 cars, corn 332, oats 25, rye 8, barley 61, soybeans senger in McDermott's automo-i bile. No injuries were reported j CHICAGO (AP) - No wheat by the police. 2 on Scooter Hurt in Crash A collision on Belle street at Hamilton at 12:30 a.m. Sunday between a "scooter" and an automobile resulted in injury to the two occupants of the lighN Automobiles of 2 Altonians Stolen A report to Alton police by state troopers at 5:45 a.m. today led to discovery that the station wagon of an Alton mad had been stolen and abandoned, out of fuel, on the blacktop road between Shipman and Carlinville. From the license plate on the abandoned vehicle, state troopers determined the car was property of Richard Massey of 806 Hawley Ave. Massey knew nothing of the theft until police here telephoned him to inquire if he knew of its being left on the Macoupin County road. Massey told police he had | left the station wagon in his drive- work, and had worked last Fri- weeks Chapel where funeral arrangements are pending. Mrs. A. Balster Mrs. Anna Rebecca Balster, 77, of 4 Shordell Dr., Godfrey, a life-long resident of Alton area, died at 6 a.m. Monday in St. Anthony's Hospital. She had been ill tor four weeks and a JGarvin of Oklahoma City, OkJa.' patient in the hospital since three sisters, Mrs. Fred Ander- June 18 - , ., M son, Alton, Mrs. Carl Thorns- Mrs. Balster had worked for| berry and Mrg . winiam EarlV| day at the American Steel Co. In Granite City, prior to beginning a two-weeks vacation. He was born in Brazil, Ind., on July 30, 1899. He is survived, In addition to his son, Stuart, by his wife, Sally and one daughter, Mrs. June a number of years as a seam tress i at the former Louis J. both of Granite City, and four grandchildren. is at the Mercer at Stork retired for the She past 10 i Hartmann store and also hadj The _„ bc-en employed at.alteration ! Funer af Home" where may call. Rites will be conduct* ed in the Niedringhaus Methodist Church at 1 p.m. Wednesday. Interment will be in Sunset Hill Cemetery. The former Anna Deye, she was born Oct. 12, 1882, at Bethalto. Her parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. John Deye. She was married March 89 1903 at Bethalto to Henry Bal< who died in 1939. Surviving Mrs. Balster are a foster daughter, Miss Arlene Renken, and two brothers, the Rev. Renoke Deye, Edgerton, wis., and the Rev. John Deye, St. Paul, Minn. In addition to husband, shj was preceded In death by a son, Clarence. In 1922, a brother, George, and a sister, Mrs. Meta Aljets, and a brother and two listers, who died In infancy. The body ii «t Smith Funertl Surviving are his wife, the I way at 11 p.m. Monday, and that former Helen Elizabeth Cousins, j he had the ignition keys. to whom he was married Jan.; Monday evening, John C. Doyle 1, 1920, and a niece, Mrs. Mar- j of 88 Haller Drive, East Alton, in- garet HHke, Belleville, and a j formed Alton police that his hard- nephew, Kent Dalton, Alton,(top car had disappeared when he whom he and his wife had rear-1 left it for 20 minutes in the 800 a brother, i block of Silver Street. weight vehicle. Police on responding to sales. Corn No. 2 yellow 1.20%} No. 4 yellow 1.16%. Oats No. 3 extra heavy white 74%. Soybeans No. 1 yellow 2.16%. Soybean oil 8%b-9.00a. Barley: malting choice Cattle 8,500; calves 600; several 1.15- 1.25n; feed 82-1.02. Wheat ; High Low Close close loads and lots good and choice steers 24.00-26.50 and some low good 23.00; choice heifers to 25.00; utility and commercial 14.50-15.50; moderate showing 16.00, few 16.2550; canner and cutter cows 13.0015.00; utility and commercial bulls 18.00-19.50; canner and cutter bulls 15.00-18.00; good and choice vealers 23.00-26.00, few 27.00; standard and low good 19.0022.00; good and choice 250-500 lb slaughter calves 21.00-24.00. Sheep 2,000; choice spring lambs 18.50-21.50; several lots choice 22.00; utility and good 14.00-17.50; some native feeder Jly 1.84% 1.83% 1.83% 1.83% lambs 14 '°°: cul1 to choice slaugh- Sep Dec Mar an j May accident call from the nearby j Corn Stumble-Inn drive-in found the injured were James E. McClintock, 23, of 1244 State St., driver of the scooter, and his brother William E. McClintock, 29, of 348 Bluff St., who was riding with him. Both were moved in a Gent ambulance to St. Joseph's Hospital. James E. McClintock incurred head lacerations, and William | B.Rye E. McClintock, injury to his leftjj/y arm and facial lacerations, thejgep Jiy Sep Dec AR May Oats Jiy Sep Dec Mar 1.86% 1.85% 1.86K 1.86 1.92% 1.91% 1.92% 1.91% 1.97 1.96 1.96% 1.96% 1.96% 1.95% 1.95% 1.95% 1.18 1.16% 1.17% 1.16% 1.17% 1.16% 1.17% l.lcvS 1.14 1.13K 1.14 1.13 %.%%c 1.17 1.17% 116% 1.19% 1.19% 1.19% 1.18% ter ewes mostly 4.00-5.50. .71% .71% .74% .76% .75 .70% .71% .74% .76 .75 .71% .71% .74% -76% .75 .71% .74>4 .76 .74% report states. iDec 1.19*4 1.18 1.18% H.H%%1.19% 1.2016 1.19% 1.24% 1.23 1.24'4 1.23 May 1.27 1.26% 1.27 1.26 The automobile in the mishap j Mar 1.26% 1.26 1.26% 1.25% was a coach driven by Shed B. Grandberry, 23, of Memphis, Tenn., a painter. The scooter was southbound in Belle, the coach was northbound, and the collision, according to the police report, occurred when the coach started to turn left into Hamilton. 7 Charges Filed Against Motorist ed. He also leaves Henry, of Dow. Mr. Dalton died Saturday at 12:45 p.m. in Alton Memorial Hospital following several months of failing health. He suffered a heart attack a year ago last June 10, but had recovered from effects of the illness to the extent that he had returned to work in his shop. He entered the hospital two Pallbearers at the rites were Marvin Bauser, man, Lawrence Moehn, Oscar Gerald Dalton. William Mefford, Dalton, Hoff- Nick and Miss Berniece Armstrong of 1820 Belle St., notified police at 12:40 a.m. today of the theft of a wheel and tire from her car parked near 400 Belle St. The vehicle had been left with the right rear brake drum resting on the pavement, a fender skirt and the hubcap nearby. Police noted street lights had not been restored at the time of the theft and the area was dark. Edward Dalton Funeral rites for Edward Dalion, 71, of 2510 Bostwick St., proprietor of the Dalton barber shop, were conducted at 11 a.m. today in Staten Funeral Home by the Rev. Father James Sud- des. Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Mr. Dalton had been in busi- iy»s« in Alton (or the past 80 years. His shop was located at 28 east Broadway. A number ot yam ago, Mr. Harry M. Brown MEDORA — Funeral rites for Harry M. Brown, who died Saturday in Carlinville Areaj] Hospital, north of Shipman, will be conducted Wednesday at 2 ).m. in Warner Funeral Home, Shipman. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. today. Mr. Brown, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Leonldas Brown, was born July 6, 1890, In Ma coupln County. He was « charter member ot Medora Post 399, Amerioan Legion, and belonged to Anti Theft Association. giirvivlng are his wife, Mrs. Margaret Brown; four sisters. Mrs. Ina W. Fenton, Chester* field; Mrs. Reba U Welners, Bethalto Mrs. Opal D. Harmoni East St. Louis, an4 Mrs. Fern I L. Howard, £ast Alton, and! three brother*, Holland W.,| Wood River; Orville M., east Alton, and Hwtoy T, Brown, Alton. Hubcaps Stolen Jimtnie D. Woods of 1617 'lass St. reported to the police early Monday forenoon that someone had broken into his garage over night and had made off with two hubcaps ripped from the wheels mobile. of his auto- Booked under seven complaints after a traffic collision series in the 2400-block of E. Broadway, shortly before midnight Sunday, John William Pilger Jr., 22, of 1114 Hunter Ct. gave bond before Police Magistrate Fred J. Schreiber pending hearings set for 9 a.m. Wednesday in police court. Police records showed complaints growing out of the mishap series had been filed against Pilger Jr. by John Jay Dick, Julius R. Brown, Clifford Boom- erchlne, and Robert L. Higgins, all claiming Pilger left the scene of the accident. Police booked Pilger on com pldnts of intoxication, lack of an operator's license, and a fictitious vehicle registration license. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP)-Eggs and live poultry: Eggs,, wholesale grades, large extras 70-80 per cent A 29-29'^ 50-60 per cent A 28-29, mediums 27-27%, small 20-22, standards 2526|.a, country run 23-25, dirties and checks 20-22; consumer grades, AA large 33-34, A large 31-33, A medium 27-29, A small 18-22, B large 26-27. Fowl, heavy 15-16, light over 5 b 13-14, under 5 IB 9-12; fryers and broilers, commercial whites Soybeans Jiy 2.13% 2.12% 2.13% 2.13% Sep 2.13^ 2.12V4 2.13 2.12% Nov 2.12% 2.10% 2.11% 2.11% Jan 2.16 2.14% 2.15% 2.15 Mar 2.19 2.17% 2.18% 2.18 and crosses Oar Hits Post July 4 traffic crashes here included one at 5:18 a.m. in which an automobile struck and broke a telephone pole on Alby street just north of E. llth. Police listed the driver of the car as Paul E. Rintoul. 35, of Rt. ,2. Godfrey. He was listed uninjured. His car, damaged about its left front, was removed by a towing service, the report notes. old roosters The grandfather of Sir Winston Churchill, Leonard Jerome, once was a grocery clerk in Skaneateles, N.Y, OUR ALTON OFFICE MAINTAINS: DOW.JONKS NEWS TICKEB. PRIVATE DIRECT TELEPHONE TO OUR ST. LOUIS BOARDROOM. CURRENT NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS, SALES AND HOURLY f AVERAGES. STATISTICAL MATERIALS EXPERIENCED PERSONNEL Swing Alton /nvtiiom tv 19 NEWHARD, COOK Cabinet Ministers in South Africa have ordered the police to quit using-"sex traps" to arrest prostitutes and their patrons, Johannesburg reports. And Then They Remembered ... Union Electric officials were swamped with power- line woes after last Thursday's storm— and these included customer's complaints that ranged from serious to funny. One in the latter vein was recalled today by E. P. Foeller. the utility's Alton manager. "One family decided to use all the meat from the refrigerator in one big backyard barbecue," he said. "So they got all the stuff together, took it outside, put the meat on the rotis- serte and plugged it in ... ! 000 shares compared with 2,620,000 Friday. Key stocks fell from fractions to 1 or 2 points. Most changes were narrow and there was an assortment of small gains. More volatile stocks showed wider loses. Nafl dropped 3, Zenith and Paramount about 4 apiece and Vendo more than 5. Losses of about 2 by DuPont jand Union Carbide were a drag on the average. U.S. Steel and Republic Steel dropped more than a point each j as observers looked for a further sharp decline in steel industry output. In a mixed auto group, Chrysler tacked on a point and American Motors a fraction while Ford was off a fraction and General Motors eased. The market was mixed at the . start and gradually assumed a lower tone. U.S. government bonds continued to move upward. Corporate bond prices were irregular. 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. quotations on 12 New York~ Stock Exchange issues research 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; Granite City Steel 34; Olin Math. Chem. 42«4; Owens-Ill. 112; Shell Oil 34%; Sinclair Oil 38%; Socony 37; Std. Oil, (Ind.) 37; Std. Oil, (N.J.) 40%; U. S. Steel 78%; Sears 55. Watch Stolen From East End Apartment Theft of a yellow gold wrist which he prized highly because it was a memento of his 25 years of service with Owens-Illinois Co. was reported to police by Endino^ Cruz of 1114H E. Broadway at noon, Saturday. Cruz related that he returned to his apartment after a 4- hour absence in the forenoon, and found the door had been forced open. Missing besides his testimonial watch, he said, was a silver dollar, a gold wedding ring, and two broken wrist watches. Bran* B. Smaii OWd H OH* MTUtBAT FOR ALL TYPES OF ROOFING AND BUILDING MATERIALS rm STORM DAMAGE REPAIRS SEE US SPRINGMAN LUMBER CO. ttOI i. BUOADWAY

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