Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 6, 1960 · Page 17
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Wednesday, July 6, 1960
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAM PAGE SEVENTEEN Obituaries William Heeren Thursday <md until 11 a.m. Saturday when the body will he taken to Eton Lutheran Church far services nt 2 p.m. The Rev. F,t vln Kolh, pastor of the church, ail) officiate. Burial will jthe church cemetery. Joint f'tiftfirat Rites Held for Cmnh Victim* Joint funeral rites for Mr. IP ! and Mrs. Aaron t). Arnold of ' Robert B. Brown AtetM of Grains Profit Taking Fairly Active CHICAGO (APi — Grain futures prices were mostly on the minus side of .irevlous closes today as fairly active profit taking East Altort. who were fttfllly In- ijtired Saturday night In an auto> mobile accident In' Missouri, iwere conducted at 2 p.m. today Jin Marks Mortuary. Wood River. pair fcjsfusrsi^rf -srr * >y ** m < Hst Church, officiated at tne!" ndp T sti "? 1 P"» ure most , service and at graveside rites! tho da > v and ***« loMCT runnin 8 iin Valhalla Memorial Park. ! EDWARDSVILLK nohert |B. BrmvTi. 48. employed a* a (laborer the pa.«l six yewr«s at INntional Lrtiri Co. at 'irnnitr iCity, died at 1 a.m. today n( his! residence Ivre. 505 Schwnrz Hd. Born April 25. 1912. at Arca- !Werp dlH. Mo.. » son of the late Mr..Stanley ana mrm.™ ™y"». ibean Arthur Allenwearth and Charles i hit the pits following three successive days of advances. The selling continued into Livestock Prices At East St. Louis Truck Swept 4 City Blocks 12 Selected Stocks NATIONAL .STOCKYARDS, ffl (APi-(USDA)-Hogs 8,300; 1-2 t tt f n Sf»tl1t>r 1*0-230 lb 18.10-35; ,32-head 1-2 215 * '"" ^« ll ^ f !b 18.50; mixed grade 1-3 and 2-3 180-240 lb 17.30-18.10; some 1-3 under 225 up to 18.25; few 2-3 240270 lb 17.00-75; 1-3 240 lb 18.00; mixed grade 150-170 lb 16.00-75; 120-140 lb 13.25-15.50; 1-3 sows 400 lb down 15.00-16.00; over 400 lb the i 13.25-14.50; boars over 250 lb 10.50- were 75. lighter boars 12.00. of Cattle 2.500; calvrs 400; numer- Following ore today's 1:30 p.m. quotations on 12 New York Slock Kxchange issues research I l.fis indir-ated are widely held in the Alton ares, as supplied to tin' Alton Evening Telegraph by Nrwhnrd. Cook & Co.. from its ! Attempt to Remove Sofe Is Frustrated gich ' A truck body washed Into a storm sewer at the rear of Hap- rr Towing Service. 601 Pearl St.. was discovered four city blocks Allon hrar 'eti office. (The New; r . a! ,| y this morning apparently inside the sewer by Alton Streets Yfirk Exchange closes daily at was f rUR t ra t«1 when an em- KDVVARDSVILLK An flt- trrnpt to remove the office safe fit Paul'? Garage at Mitchfh ;to well over a cent a bushel. steers 24.00-25.50: standard and Carlot receipts today were esti- good 20.00-23.50: good and choice Pallbearers for Mrs. ArnoUl n)Hfpd af . whpat 2 rars cmn 44 ; heifers ami mixed yearlings 22.00-; 1. rye none, barley 4, «nv. 24.50: choice heifers 25.00 and ; none. Department investigators )y before noon today. The 1-ton Dodge truck wheel and cab -but without Its motor, had been a parts source and had been parked brside a tree on Haper's lot near the of i short-i'"- 1 " P- m - (Alt °n time), so these p; oye returned from a tow-tnick ; Hre not the closing quotations i; Virergency call shortly before ... ATftT 89H: Oen. Motors 44; "Granite City Steel 33-^: Ol'n Math. Chem. 42U: Owens-II!. 111' 4 : Shell Oil 34';,; Sinclair Oi! 39'i: Socony 37'*: Std. OH, Mncl.i 37V 4 ; Std. Oil. (N.J.) 4I"4. f. S. Steel 78U: Sears 55'i. r . r choice mixed 2.j.2o: utility (Ap , _ N(J whcati;and commercial cows 15.00-16.50; tree ruck fell the creek, wedg- Three daughters .. surviving are Robert Brown Jr..!Daniels. Grant Waggoner. Wll- Mrs. Dola Vaughn and Miss Re-i |iam Gares. William J. NohavM all . - , '"- Sep four brothers, Rober'. rj P( . East Alton, and Roy. Ray and' Mar Three sis- nn - *"™ a son and Mrs. Kdward 'Brown, he WHS jrnarrled Aug. 28, 1H32. fo Miss Wa .yne Ellis. ; oa(g m g^^^ ^les, Corn No. 3 canners and cutters 13.00 -15.00. ed~ U nder the "tree Ruth Kason. who survives. Casketbearers for Mr. Arnold- ye | 1(nv j 20 J ,i. some cutters to 15.50; utility and and a soni vverp Allen Weiss, Raymond! soybean oil 8%b-9.00a. Jcommercial bulls 18.00-19.50: good High Low Close Close'and choice vealcrs 23.00-26.00, ' I >fJ flA. »ln Mj-lr« Mrl nM*1 rtfwl 1u !•!_ I banks and swept soil and into the arched tunnel of storm sewer, about 100 Wheat unintentionally omitted 'n!rj ec Willinm C. Heeren, 80, of 211, | H ,,.,,,., Brown, all of Edv*ards-' nnt ' Ernest B. Johnson. Logan St.. Bethallo, died (it 4::«l;\ille, and Mrs. Ruth Seddens ofj Survivors of Mr. Arnold ».m. today in Allon Memorial iOmaha. Neb. Also sun iving Hrci'j lu(J ° Hospital. He had been in failinujfwo brothers. Otis Brown of health for Ihe pasl three yeHr.s.Klrkwood. Mo., and RaymondjHarry. Wood River, inree s.s-j May and hospilHli/ed sin.e Sunday. 'Brown. South Bend. Ind. trrs and two brothers preceded Com A life-long resident of Belbal- Funeral services are to bo con-ihim In death. Jly to area, Mr. Heerr-n was born in ducted at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at J Tne name of a ^rtAher. Harry. Ft. Russell Township, Oct. 29, Schneider Funeral Home by the! vvas 1869, a son of the late Mr. and RfV- Fred Oliver, pastor of| an announcement of Hie Mrs. Fred H. Heeren. Wesley AMK Chapel, with inter-(Tuesday. jMay He had farmed in Ft. Russell,ment in Woodlawn Cemetery. : Mr «- Arnold, to survived by a| Oalg Township for 4'i years, and had Friends may call at the fu- been retired since 1948 when hri n <' r i'l home after I p.m. Friday, moved to Belhiilto. Mr. Heeren was a member ol Zion Lutheran Church. Bcthnl'o, whore he had .scivcd n« .1 mis- leo and elder lor 11' years and was cm Ihe building committee when the mnv chun-h WHS ''red- ed. He also belonged to t h c fhurch Men's C'ldli: lo ibe Ball C/iib ,-!iiff !-; tbe (\iMi-ri Age Club. 127.00; standard and good 19.001.84 1.83 1.83% 1.83% 123.00; good and choice 250-500 lb slaughter calves 21.00-24.00; utili- g Coufet'elice Held Over 'Melody Lane' Racing 1.8614 1.85V 2 1.86' » 1.86U I :20 a.m. When James Franko returned to the garage earlier tnan anticipated, he found the plnci? had been entered and an attempt made to pry the office safe: from the floor, he told sheriff's deputies. Apparently nothing was taken fixtn the garage, entered through a rear door. A lock had; been pried from the office door when Franko returned from a routine call. The cash register in the gar- i>vr office had not been disturb- 1.92% 1.91*i 1.92 1.96% 1.96W 1.96K 1.95's 1.95 3 i 1.92'/ 4 Mrs. B. Meyer death J Maf is survived by a | brother Harold Hoover, Rose-jj, [wood Heights, and two sisters. !Se iMrs. Charles Simpson. Manhat-| Dpc tan Beach. Calif., and Mrs. Vir- 1.18 1.17V4 1.17TJ, 1.17% 1.17% 1.17% 1.17% 1.17% l.WA 1.13',4 1.13% 1.14 i 1.17% 1.17V4 1.17'/ a 1.17%! 1.20 1.19Vz 1.19% 1.19%; ty and standard 17.00-20.00. Sheep 800: good and choice 19.00-22.50; choice and prime lots 22.50-23.00: utility and good 18.00. south of where been lodged. Hapc .71 >4 ginia Lackey, her parents. Wood River, and He was a the Madison ! rcau. Sun i\ inj,' •' former Minna c h iv Brim* member of Farm Bu- the Mrs. Bertha G. Meyer of: 'Overland. Mo., widow of Chris i Meyer, formerly of Alton, died: at 4 a.m. today according to .word received by Alton relatives. Mrs. Meyer died in Incamatf Mar May Jly'' Sep Dec Mar May- .7614 .75 .70% .70% .74 .70% .73'i .7514 .74 .71U .mi .74%; .76% .75 News of Stocks Prices Continue Irregular NEW YORK (API-Stock mar- ing when he iday evening. "We knew happened to the streets 'said. EDWARDSVILLE - A the'trial conference In the chambers feet of Circuit Judge James O. Mon- e.l. Al Paul Jr., who operates the truck had roe Jr., begun this morning, war' the gnrage, was called and open- expected to be resumed this if ed the safe nfter deputies arriv- said he first Iternoon preliminary to a sched- cci, but could find nothing miss-j uled "full hearing" on posslWeUrm. looked for it Fri- permanent extension of a tern-; The deputies were summoned HKain'to the garage at 4:42 a.m., Jr., what it and department," he must have we notified The sewer into which the truck disappeared has an arched mouth about 10 feet high and 10 bottom. The. is rocky and feet wide at the floor of the sewer but reported the "false alarm." call was a norary injunction order of June 17 prohibiting motorcycle racing nt "Melody Lane" race track near Meadowbrook. After a previous hearing June 17, Judge Monroe Issued an order banning motorcycle races nt the track — with exception of j LONDON tffi — Aneurin Bpvan n scheduled racing program j 62, was described as dangerously June 19 — until a full hearing i ill today following a further de- Be\;an'« Condition Reported Worsening Word years Hospital after of poor health. several She wa i i 9(M: he was married AUK. 2S. 1 daughter. Mis. Warren .1 naban ol Whilmj;. Iri.l. brothers, F.dwaid and Bethalto. and a number of nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by three In others Heiman, George and Henry, and a sister, Mrs. Fred Sander-*. The body is ;ii the Smith Funeral Home. Heihalto. \v)iere friends may call after 7 p.m. She was born Nov. 16. 18X-I. ;• daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles r.erner of Alton Can-:;"' -'" .''•••""•'. "' 'r"" 1 i Burial will She was married to Chris Meyer 1 . , .. ."'on Oct. 7. 1916. Following their!™ 0 " 8 ' hied. ....,.._. .... ..__..,_., ,_ ... The K. B. Jacoby's Rites Friday J Jly Funeral rites for Kenneth B. Sep Jacoby. assistant manager of Nov C. J. Jacoby & Co., will be con-iJan ducted Friday at 10 a. m. in j Mar First Methodist Church by the pastor, the Rev. M. L. Bird.j in Valhalla Me- , | k->t prices continued irregular late! the tunnel has many turns as|'°day on merits of the injunc-jterioration in his condition during 1.17'ii 1.17% 1-18% I (his afternoon, showing scatteredlit extends all the way to its out-U'on suit of four couples residing'the night. f in the vicinity of the track, who The deputy leader of Britain's 1.20% 1.1914 1.1914 1-20'i! improvement. Trading was mod-; let into the Mississippi river, 1.24'/i 1.23',i 1.23% 1.24% erate _ , *Haper Jr., said three stree 1.26 1.25 1.25'/a 1.2614 1.26 1.25 a i 1.26 1.27 streets contend that the track consti- party leader underwent an ab- Soybeans 2.1314 2.11% 2.12 2.13% 2.13 2.11% 2.1734 2.13 Volume for the day was esti mated at 3 million shares com pared with 2,780,000 Tuesday. Most key stocks showed men » j entered the!'»<es a nuisance because of al-ldominal operation in late December for an undisclosed ailment and suffered a relapse last week. 2.11% 2.10',a 2.11% 2.15»,4 2.14»,i 2.14% 2.15% tional changes, some moving about a point either way. sewer looking for the truck, jleped noise and dust. |From the description of its lo-' The four couples asking that f rac .j cation, he said, it is 1 under the|tl"'C injunction be made perma- Owens-IllinoLs plant entrance on nent were in attendance at to-j East Broadway. A major difficulty in recovery ALTON' ANNA RKBECCA BALSTKR 1:00 P.M. 1 Irursduy Irinlii Lutheran Church Alton BKTIIALTO WILLIAM C HKEREN 2:00 P M. Saturday Ziun Lutheran . Church Bethalio 1916. Following their | marriage they resided in S:. I^ouis County where Chris Mey-i r-i was superintendent of .1 plant ol Alton Brick Co many years. Mrs. Meyer is survived by H daughter. Mrs. Carl Rombach. Overland. Mo., and a uranddaughter, Joyce. She was!wife, the former Mary Louise preceded in death by a brother. Collenberger; four children — 2.18% 2.17% 2.17T 8 2.18%! Mnay of the "romance" stocks, of , he u , uck hp js ^ i in several categories were affect-, dr . vj flnother ^ ed by continued profit taking. J40 p(?r cent ^^ Qf Steels were up on balance de-! bank to get to , he sewer spite the drop in steel production, trance. from Home. for at thc p.m. services. will be moved Jacoby Bros. Funeral: Jerseyville. and will be' church in Alton from 2| Thursday until time of the ; Friends may call at Produce Prices At St. Louis Eggs and to an 11-year low. Brokers felt i live ^^ ^ e worst - news was now out. of the way. Oils, airlines, and the church. ST. LOUIS & poultry: _ . , , , , : Oils, airlines, and drugs were Eggs, wholesale grades, large | mostly hjgher ^ cheniicalS| extras 70-80 per cent A 29-29^.;utilities, and motors gained a bit 50-60 per cent A 28-29, mediums I of ground. "I guess the problem of getting day's pre-trial presented by David Swan, of Alton. conference, re-1 their attorney, TO RELIEVE An optophone aids the blind to locate light by ear. DAII Q MISERY OF DVIW PRID SALVE it back is up to us," he commented. Draws, promotes healing — minor cuts, scratches, bruises, wounds 35c and 50c at drug stores Smile Remedy Co.. St. Louis 2, Mo. Mr. Jacoby's survivors are his;27-27^, small 20-22. standards! Texas Instruments was clippedj sister. David, who is in the armed forces, and today was en route home from Hawaii; Penelope. Harry Gerner, and a Mrs. Nettie Schoeffler. The body is a Baunian Fu neral Home, 2504 VVoodson Rd.,| Cassandra, and George. Overland, where friends may; Also ' 8Urviv in g are two rail Thursday and Friday eve. ;ters Mrs Audrey Huss of nin^«. The funeral will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. in All Soul s Church, 9550 Tennyson St.. Overland. 25-26',4', country run 23-25, dirties I for a loss of close to 10 P° ints and checks 20-22; consumer grades, AA large 33-34, A large Down a point or so were Automatic Canteen, Radio Corp., Du-]| Pont, and Chesapeake & Ohio. - Up ters. ton and Mrs. Barbara Meinersjand crosses, of St. Louis. He also leaves his i roosters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Jacoby. 31-33, A medium 27-29, A small 18-22, B large 26-27 , Telephone, U.S. Steel, East-,^;, hea 7 1 fJ! > o 1 , 1 ? ht , OVeP |'nan Kodak. Standard Oil (Newi| o lb 12-14, under 5 lb 9-12; fryenijj Woo iworth, and Scher-i and broilers, commercial whites h U. S. government bonds rose.; ^Corporates also pushed ahead. i Mrs. Sue Mack ' Mrs. stahr» Rites Martha Brock's Rites Held Tuesday JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Sue (Clark Mack died Tuesday at 10:45 p.m. at her home, 500 \V. Arch St., at the age of 72. She was born Nov. 10, 1887, at Mo ,. ., j i.* _ «.r *u- ounii. i nc rwcv. *- OMJCI >» .ii*i»ii* Jme ' KanS :: a daUghter ° f the kroke was celebrant of the Mass Conducted Today A Requiem High Mass wasjdiurch the body of Mrs. Martha sung at 9 a.m. today in St. Mat-' thews Church for Mrs. Margaret Stahl. The Rev. Father William U2 Makes Forced Landing in Sudan GUARANTEED $1.98 VALUE EM-SEE BRAND LADIES' BLOUSES Following funeral rites Tues- CARIO m _ An Amenoan U2 in Model Chapel, A.M K.; plane - made a forced landing Sat . JULY SPECIAL 20% DISCOUNT on ALL Dry Cleaning! PANTS, SKIRTS, SWEATERS Suitt, Dresw*. Men's Suit*, Coata. Now . . 60c K Ntfw . $1,08 ACE CLEANERS 104 Washington East Alton Call CLInton 4-7515 FREE Pickup mid Delivery in Alton, Wood River Area jand officiated at committal j rites in St. Patrick's Cemeterv Jane Bixxik, 89, was interred in Alton Cemetery. The Rev. L. S. Williams f'.ciated at the rites. at Khartoum Airport in Sudan, with mechanical trouble, the Middle East News Agency re- The report said the plane, after Pallbearers were: James A. Jackson, Arthur Pitts Sr., How-,,, , f Rritis . h r .., (v i Kpnva Casketbearers were: Leonard anl Jackson, Arthur Miller, Al- ilta ' ° f Bntlsh - ruled Ken > a " K:-eider, Robert Kincaid, Mar-|i e n Galloway and John Pender- ion and Allen Henderson, Ed-j grass, ward Barton, and Joseph Martinez. repairs, took off for Nairobi, cap- il of British-ruled Kenya. No further details were given. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily j " Famous Brand Circle Stitched | Sanforized All Cotton Guaranteed for One year. | late Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Clark. Mrs. Mack was a member of the Auxiliary of Eagles and belonged to Seniors International Club. She is survived by a son, Lawrence, East St. Louis; two daughters. Mrs. Edward McKay, AJton, and Mrs. LJoyd McDonald, Greenville; a sister. Mrs. Pearl Hopkinson, Chatham, and four grandchildren. The body is at Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home where friends may call after 4 p.m. Thursday. Funeral rites will be conducted Friday at 2:30 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. UPPER ALTON *" *" " NOW IN PROGRESS BARGAINS GALORE IN EVERY STORE DONT MISS THE BIG DERBY RACE STARTING AT 1 SUNDAY, JULY 10th ON COLLEGE AVE. - IN FRONT OF HIGH SCHOOL •JUST A'JUST* by ^-*> For the first time, you can buy thii wonderful bra at a reduced price. Imagine... the lame extraordinary bra that million* of women have bought and loved! Just A'Just ... the only bra in the world thai adju»U to "custom fit" juatyou! mtic TM punt Uf FOR IMS SEP- fUUNESS MWN FQI MOM UPUATION.UOIf fUUNtSS. On III* In fwuteM tnt loni- MR* Itylit. In whitt or blick. Stylt 287, tmbroidind cotton, *, |, e Cup n«w (2.41 Ml $2 9» Slylt J257, LONQLINE, tm- b'oid»;»tf fotteo, t, e, C Cup nw $3.18 «*f (»00 »2«7 0 Cup rtf. |3 W MV $3.4| »JJ|7 P fiup <*| MM M» MM IM* WaiMnftM Avt. •U J.. <<.*' , f^Af, *<..,*c.s*~ :•. v s» Ladies' Bras 54c package of 2 SIZES JS-M-L and Eachlx-XX-XXX $1.49 Value LADIES' COTTON HALF SLIPS 88 Reg. 59c Girls' EXTRA FANCY PANTIES 69e Value Kids' She 1 to 8 POLOS •i **' for Reg. $1.98 Ladies' Maternity SHORTS Reduced $ <f 33 for I Clearance • Reg. $2.49 Ladies' Maternity SLIM JIMS Reduced for % <| 47 Clearance JL •• Reg. $1.98 Value BOYS' TENNIS SHOES Sizes Little 5 lo Big « Dikoount Price 36 Inch Life Siu Playmate DOLL Fully Jointed Poodle Rooted Hairdo CLEARANCE! ALL MEN'S CANVAS OR SANDAL SHOES or c'ont. Now Only. Save Now! ALL ADVANCE PATTERNS IN STOCK >/» OFF REGULAR PRICE TILL JULY 16 SELF SERVICE - LOW OVERHEAD - DISCOUNT PRICES SAVINGS FOR ALL THE FAMILY NOW. FASHION LANE WASHINGTON AND COLLEGE AVENUES tUtchfltld t&iU»«plt • POM t ALTON • Oecatur tHiUibwo tStauaton Woftwt'i ApfMitl sn SALE Continues SUMMII DRESSES Values to $29.95 FROM Janiaicas Valies lo $6.98 and $3.97 Values to 53.98 Up SKIRTS 97 Values to $8.98 Open Friday Till Nine P.M. MANY OTHER ITEMS ON SALE! Nationally Advertised Brands/ Zick ' Womtn't Apparel COIMU MttUlO* WOOD IIVII AVI DOWNTOWN WOOP uvn 614.1111 \

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