Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 15, 1960
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Section 2 Pages 13-20 A EVENING TE Sport Established January 15, 183C ALTON. ILL., FRIDAY, JULY i:>, 19fiO. 5c Per Copy !\etcs of Grains Beans Advance, Grains Vary rlnl Stiff-kit // //VM/ >/. Louis are today s 1 :3() i> in quotations on 12 New York NATIONAL STOCKYARDS III. M ,, ( . k ,, v . h . mgf . ls .,, e , research i \pi_rijSDAi — Hoes fi.SOO- Ixilk 1-2 190-230 Ih ls.OH.i->: mixed ' ; ' 1 indl.rHlod are widoly held grade 1-.'< and 2-.'! 180-240 Ih 17.50- in the Alton area as supplied to CHICAGO <AH> - Short cover- "MM: a-3 240-270 It. 17.00-75: some ing and a smalf amount of export'-* '"'J "' '" 1S - (J() : ^'altered lots business save soybean futures i ^"-^ "> Ki.2.V17.:i:): mixed grade their first price advance in four! 1 "'"-! 70 ll( ">-00-17.00: 120-140 Ib davs The in-aiiis were steady to !-''-..")0-l5.7ri: 1-.'! sows 400 Ih dmvn W p ak ; I4.j()-15.75. over 400 Ib 13.00-14.00: ,, ' .... „ ,.„,„ Ixmrs over 2.V) 11) 10.50-1 l.'Jj. light- Traders said that after three, lam TO successive declines. soybean prices apparently became attrac tllinoistutx HeltlOulfo ; more cornbread and beans, and work a little harder In Illinois." Powell was a strong backer of Symington tor either president or vice president. ' Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago wouldn't go so far Member of The AMOClited Prem •••I^^^B^^^ have carried more vote particularly in the dowwtett MMi Johnson national ticket by Rv (HAHI.KK WHAMS* Iv Alton KveninK Telegraph h . v \i'\\llMI'fl Ciiok & Co.. from it 1 - piaceu neavy eminiowa «»• ••«••—— \Uoti iirutich office. 'The New 'ire of Sen. Stuart Symington of that j on nson was a leader Ml the Aciiango closes daily al! Missouri to land the vice presi- [jgnt fo| , civi i rights legfciatkm. Daley was one of the party - - _ leaders consulted by Sen. John F. from Illinois Democratic conven- •• •-' Sh ,. n oi | Sefirs Cattle 550: calves 200: , .. . (enough steers and heifers on im..u , live to speculators and they be- ^ m< ^. <m . fpw jndlvif , Ua | hcad . c ,, ny w f . standard Mud.. good heifers 2:5.IW-24.00: Utility and commercial cows 15.50-lti.iX). few low utility 15.00: earners and . cutters i;i.50- 15.50; utility und. !Mll,<!eitl» Blll'll I comineri'iul bulls is.(XI 20.00: small lot good 750 Ib leeder steers Klltji ill .Nicaragua •i.i nri. guud an ,j c | U) j,.,. v ealers :!0 p.m. 'Alton time*, so thesejd-ntial nomination drew a KCIHTHI- re not the closing qimtRtionst. |ly disappointing reaction today .T&T 89 7 «. Gen. Motors 4:?'2., iranite City Steel 36 Olln Math, ition delegates. picture Vfore Johnson's selection! hardly Oiem 41',. Owens-Illinois 10.v|«.| M OS I of them agreed that if ",\, announce d been chosen in- " as a . Kennedy on the vice presidential came fairly active in covering short commitments. Carlo) receipts today were estimated at: wheat (jl cars, com 190, oats 7. rve none, barley H. soy, beans 6. 1 CHICAGO <AP'— No wheat, oats or soybean sales; worn $1.21'->. Soybean oil S.90b-9.UOa. 1 Barley, iv feed 85-.102. High Low .| W) . MANAGUA, Nicaragua 'AI J i- SOAP BOX UERBV WINNER HONOREtJ No. 1 yellow 23.00-'-ti.OO: few J7.00: standard - . ; v,«r H orn »j.^j-2. and g(xxl 19.00-2.'J.OO: good and Students burned a u. S. flag in pasier , n< 1111IIOIH „ .Soybean oil S.90l>9.00a. t . hojw . 250,-yjO Ib slaughter calves an anti-American demonstration knmvg ^ jssues< Barley, malting choice 1.1.W5; 20.0(W4.0l). Iliursclay night at Nicaragua s 1 .. We -|i j usl nave to "»'i «i iw Sheep 200: mosl offering good National University in Leon. ; __ _ Close Clcme and choicv sprinu lambs 17.JO- ^^ Nicaragua!! officials ex- 01 20.00; small lots choice and P^sed belief the demonstra. on ! 82 ^i 20.50-21 .OU: ulilitv and «o«xJ 14.00- «'"« » '*8U" of a reccnt d « lslon 1fi.»: ,.-ulls do«n .u iu.00: rull to »> the American Cultural Center November election. ne ' p- As Illinois House Speaker Paul' "I'm delighted to see that John- Powell expressed it: son was chosen," Kerner com"Kennedy and Johnson made a mented. "He will add maturity to wonderful ticket. Symington for the national ticket." , vice president would have made H Samuel Shapiro ol Kankakee, in. Illinois but Johnson nominee for lieutenant governor, said Symington is better known in eat a little; Illinois than Johnson and would Lowen Ponibl« PrleM. Double E«tte St«m»» Ask Vour Doctor to C«U C§ We Deliver. 16 REGISTERED PHARMACIST Five convenient Location!. Prompt. Accurate Stor»l«t. Freiheit. Pyreet StoeM. Harry Geisen, winner of thp Alton Soap Box Derby, was honored gueftt Wednesday night at the Alton Jaycees meeting. Gefien will represent Alton in the National Soap Box Derby in Akron, Ohio, Aug. 14. With Harry are: Richard Martin (seated left), chairman Obituaries James T. Smith of the Alton derby; (standing) fc. A. (iarrels and C. M. Rogers, owners ot Belle Street Auto Parts, who sponsored Harry In the Alton derby; Harry's father, Leo Geisen; and Walter Judy, Keille.v Bros., Inc.—Staff Photo. L. U. .Nohli-' (.oiultu-leil Kitei- bwca Kidi-huwer. Alion. and his maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Dorwortri, Alton. James Thomas Smith,"40, died Pending time of the service Dec Mai- May Oats Jly Sep Dec Funeral services lor Laurence Mar D. Noble. ":;. of 638 Grove St., i May Wood River, a well-known mu-> Rye sic-ian and former long-time em- , r i\ James inomas ftruiui, in, uicu ' cu...n s u...^ «, ,..^. .,...,.-.. s ,,., an anc j former long-time em- ,;iy unexpectedly Thursday at 7:30 the body will be at Smith Fun- p)oye Qf stan(lard oil C o.. werc-Sep p.m. in St. Joseph's Hospital eral Home. Alton, where friends ,. onducted at -, p . m . Thursday Dec where he had been moved by may call alter 1 p.m. today. j n Marks Mortuary, Wood River/ Mai- j n Marks Mortuary, Wood River/ Mai ambulance following an appar- The Rev. Edwin H. Grant, pas- j May ent heart seizure suffered about «• < |-i /~i 1 ^ 1OI . o f Fj rs t Methodist Church. 1 Soyljeans 4 p.m. at his home. 508 Alicia iTHs. \j» IjCrUCS \Vood River, officiated. Inter- Jly 2.13 J i 2.12% 2.13V S 2.12 ; ,' 8 St. ' inent was in Valhalla Memorial ! Sep 2.12 7 s 2.12V4 2.12»i 2.12% Mr. Smith, a caretaker at Mrs. Clara Ii. Gerdes. 5J. of Park. Nov 2.11^ 2.10% 2.11 2.10% Onized Club, had been recuper- Mt. Olive, who was born and pallbearers were Leo Ochs.iJan 2.15J/4 2.14% 2.13% 2.14|i ating at his home following eye, reared in Ft. Russe.'l Township, Carlos K irk. Clyde Beilsmith. : Mar 2.18'i 2.17 / 3 -.18 -.17 x surgery a week ago, and was died at 8 p.m. Wednesday in St. K enne t n Scroggins, Henry Penin satisfactor Francis Hospital. Litehfield. 1.17 1.17' . l.JC'i 1.H3 1 4 1.12 ] » UPi 1.12's 1.12 6 1 ; 1.15 7 ism school it founded from the university branch in the capital city. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" 1.214 1.21"g 1.21',4 1.24 1.23% 1.23% 1.24 1.24U 1.24V4 1.24U-1.24 , , apparently making satisfactory Francis Hospital. Litehfield. ning and Horal Baugher. progress toward recovery when i Her parents were (lie late Mr. he was apparently stricken with and Mrs. Herman Heeren. the fatal illness. Her husband, Joseph Gerdes, A resident of Alton area since Uo whom she was married in 1940 when he moved here from'.1930. died in December of 1945. Kentucky, Mr. Smith had been Mrs. Gerdes, a nurse, was on employed at International Shoe! the staff ot St. Francis Hospital. Co.. for 14 years previous to his: w here her death occurred. employment at Owens-Illinois. Billy Lee Burton Kite? Conducted .\ewsof Stocks Market Uneven, Trading Dull CALL TODAY FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON DAVID BRADLEY CHAIN LINK FENCE OFF BROWN STREET...SIGNAL DRIVE... ROCK SPRING DRIVE... t Still A Few Choice Locations Left/ RESTRICTED...TO INSURE THE FUTURE VALUE OF YOUR HOME! GREENFIELD The Rev. C. B. K. Ai-gall conducted funeral ^ ..„.,. .... services for Billy Lee Burton,: NEW YORK fAP.t—The stock She is survived by a daughter. 16, who was drowned Monday m arket moved unevenly in dull He had been employed at the :Mrs _ Robert Viehweg. of Mt. afternoon near Woodson, at trading late Urn afternoon. Onized Club for the past fivei o]jve and a brother , Clarence' Shields Memorial Home Wed- Vo '" me I f,^L 1day was years. jPranger of CarlinvUle. inesday at 2:30 p.m. mated at -,^00,000 Born March 10, 1916, at Birm-1 Fu nera j r i te s will be conduct-1 Mr. and Mi*. F. H. Call today, get the complete story on our home fencing. Complete range of sizes. Expert installation available MCP I MUrf«rnliln0 Crcril Ptan, No Men*y Dewr Upto S6 Month* to My CONTACT US FOR A COMPLETE PACKAGE PRICE ON YOUR DREAM HOUSE. WE HAVE THE FACILITIES TO: ARRANGE FINANCING • BUILD YOUR HOME • SUPPLY YOUR LOT _ • Call George... HO 5-7701 FISCHER BUILDING SUPPLY . , »-..>..-. .. — ..... — -------- , ----- ---- - ; — _-_.- --- ingham, Ky., he was a son ot ed Saturday at 1130 p.m. in Im-!sang, accompanied by Mrs. Lee Lonnie A. Smith and the late manual ^^ Church , Mt .| witt . Mrs. Smith. Olive, by the Rev. Clark Heu-i He was married Aug. U. IRffl. chert . BuriaJ wjll at Paducah. Ky.. to Emma Maej Hjl , cemetery. Dupree. Tne j^^y is . His wife and a son, Jimm >' p- uner al Home . Mt .Olive , where (was in Oak\vood Cemetery. Smith., F. N., U.S. Navy sta ' ; /riends niay ca u ^M noon Sat- 1 Uoned on the L.S.b. Providence, stocks showed gains or . f..™^,,^ to about a with a few vvlder moves Pallbearers were, Paul Hall, among more volatile or specially- in Bunker; Ronnie Hal]- Bo bby Joe Skaggs,l sitl i ated issues JGary Range, Charles Costello. 1 ^^ showe d a firmer tone as Gerson and Ferry Sts. Plenty of Parking Sears Roebuck ami Co. Alton For Good Lumber—Call This Number—HO 5-7701 survive him. He also three brothers. Ray Hai-din, Ky., Lonnie and Earl, Hartford. lh<? wj]1 the church ™*S. B. \i ao l lull ' .Mi«» Julia Meeliail ft Rite* Conducted Louis at me funeral The body is at Becker & Son land Leland Price. Interment y ie Sess j 0 n progressed while autos and steels were narrowly; mixed. Changes were wider in the spotty chemical section where; losses exceeding a point were taken by Union Carbide and Air; Reduction. DuPont weighted the A Requiem High Mass with,averages downward with a loss, ,the Rev. Father Peter Bertoldo ° f about a V°M- CARROLLTON - Relatives'as celebrant, was sung at 9 a. I Westinghouse ElecWc rallied to. here liave received word of the m . today in SS. Peter & Paul's,a gain exceeding a point while, death of Mrs. Bertha Pranger Church for Miss Julia (Jewel) A™" 30 ™ 1 "' Kennecott, Pnelps i rv^-lfyo /"'hoKarw^MKP Xr OrllO flllu * Pauly, wife of Leo PauJy of St.'Veronica Meehan. Burial was ini 1 ^ 00 ^ 6 ' ^"^^^HC^^C ** v/iu«, w«^ Louis. Mrs. Pauly, 55, died! St. Patrick's Cemetery where j Woolworth added fractions. i Thursday in DePaul Hospital, | Father Bertoldo also officiated. ^^ more than a point were St. Louis. ! Pallbearers were: William! 60 ^ ^ Ll ^ ett * Myers " She was born at Greenfield. Meechan Jr. Eugene. Thomas,! U.S. Government and corporate - . • • • i — — > — • • j bonds advanced. ; : A sportswriter and elitor of; Benares, India, have been! . \ out. vvao iyu» 11 ui *_i* v^-*****-*"• nictruiiciii u i , jjugcitv. * »i The Ixxly ot Mrs. Alartiia^ daughtel . of tne late Mv> and! and Terrence Tracy, and HyndmanMitchellof Chicago, a ; Mrs George p ran g er> an d has: a rd and James Simpson, native and former resident of, number of re i a tives in the! Alton, will be brought to Rocky i a Godfrey area, ir...,^....,i ,.ii« t .. in i, u ..j-niHii.-t. rlecl Funeral rites will be conduct- a.m. in St. Church, St., -' Burial will be in St. al the [j LI Ull«3»HiW *ifc*^* v»»w |».». |-» — — — — MOSCOW (AP)—Tass said today' -lowering him in the eyes of 3819 g . ; offici&te at the graveside ice> j u. i County. Mrs. Mitchell was a daughter; The bod of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jackson muehle Hyndman. 'Grand Ave., St. Louis. dvil rig)u and in trade She is survived by hex hub-| Sunivjng in addition to her, droleB Bhe is regarded as biased ; band and a son. : husband are three sons, Leei against la(x)1 ... j j Jr.. Ronald, William, and a j n a dispatch from Los Angeles, i daughter. Patricia, all of St., tne soviet press agency said the : Louis, and three brothers, Ed- selection of the Texas Democrat 'ward, Roodhouse: Leonard, Ed-| as j,j s p arr y' s vj c e presidential published had the purpose of Brannon Infant Graveside rites tor John Wil-j \vardsville, ham Brannon. five-month-old! Greenfield, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Heber Lee -— - Bmnnon of 128 Victory Dr., East A Metropolitun and Theodore. Opera star H cannon 01 1*0 viuiuijr 4.^1., t-ium Alton will be conducted Sattu-jw ~ .al«« niakes personal and in Valhalla Me- ! television appearances and does i recordings, can earn about $100." day at 10 a.m. y , , ± , morial Park. , , The baby, who had been in; uuu ill health since birth, Feb. '28, j 19150, died Thursday in Chil-j dren's Hospital, St. Louis. He had been hospitalized for the past 18 days. Surviving in addition to his parents are a brother, Robert, 5; a sister, Mary Lou, 3; his paternal grandmother , Mrs. Re- nominee may strengthen the ticket in the South but will undoubtedly mean the loss of some labor and Negro votes. An average American family of four uses about 44,000 gallons of hot water a year. CUT FLOWERS Floral Arnmgimints Member Ploritt't Telegraph Delivery Association LEU WILUS, SR. LtX> U'UJJS, JR. Alton Floral Phone HO 3-4111 Evening* HO 6-861T BKIHAUO Mo/y Htnrtttta •tnktn 3;IIU P.M. Sunday Zlun Lutheran Church, Betliultc ALTON WUItam Irguen Ui'uveslUe Valhalla Cemetery 10:00 A.M. Saturday GIRLS BETWEEN 16ond21-3ond5! ENTER "Miss Wiltshire BEAUTY CONTEST WINNER WILL BE OFFICIAL "HOSTESS" FOR "MALL" EVENTS • Trophies/ • Wardrobes/ • Plaques/ PRIZES FOR ALL ENTRIES ENTRY BUNKS AT ALL FIFTEEN WILSHIRE MALL ASSOCIATION MEMBERS F1NALS-7:30 P.M., SATURDAY, JULY 23rd • BE SURE TO ENTER/ by: WILfHlJtl MALL BUSINESSMEN ASSOCIATION The Crabgrass First.. No sense TALKING golf when you can be out there swinging. But first, the crabgrass. Just fill the Scotts Spreader with CLOUT, set the dial at 7, and walk the lawn. CLOUT devastates every last crabgrass plant — big and small — no matter how thick, tough or wiry. Takes only half an hour to apply. Meet you on the first tee in, say, 35 minutes. More and more tolka ore coming to us /or advice on improving (heir /awns through an easy-fo-/oJ/ow Scolfs Program. Come in anytime. We'll be g/ad (o prescribe (he correct Program /or your lawn. SAVE $5.00! Scotts Spreader R«(. J16.95 Plus Clout Rig. $6.95 TOGETHER ONLY.. Scotts, BONUS SAVE $5.00! SCOTTS SPREADER R «* 1695) PLUS BONUS T06ITHIR ONLY 17.90 HOME NURSEY INC NOME NURSIMY I)'Adrian tiuriluun SubdlvWun HOME NURSERY oil ••• NOME NURSERY 115 Kt t'ofyufcuu Axe. \\ uwl tUver fhuoe C\. WOOD RIVER FIOWIR IHW Dth M. niul lSdw»rd»vltl» 8Md Wvw iHwioit QL 4-1141

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