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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 27, 1960
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TWKNTY.fWO ALTON BVKN1NO TBL8BRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 27,1MO Obituaries MissNorahDrake GREENFIELD — Miss Nornh A. Drake, who was born and spent nearly nil her life on the old Drake homestead, north <>f Greenfield, died at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday in Hilltop Haven Nurs Vlng Home. White Hall, at thp i age of 87. She had been a p* jtient in the nursing home to- one month. Parade Set Thursday Alton Optimist Club's annual lighthox parade Thursday night a» 8:30 on the plaza will precede bust- Optimist weekend.' On nd Sunday, the Eighth A daughter of the late Mr.! L ' ightbox and Mrs. Canter Drake, she was born March 21, 1873. lal is to mee.t here. : Many children who do not at- 'tend playground recreation centers have shown interest In the She attended the Greenfield schools and was a member of parade a spokesman said. The event is co-sponsored by the Optimists, the Recreation Department. Police Department and the Fire Department. the Baptist Church. Greenfield. | Prii , es wiM ^ O f fered in three where she was teacher of a Sun-: age groups w)th first secon d day School class for 65 year? and tnlrd p , aces in each g ,, oup '** ! She was a member of the Phil- Mrs. Leathers lathea Class of the Sunday j School. The only survivors of Mis-sj cream. Drake are cousins. Rhodesians Returning To Work BULAWAYO, Southern Rhodesia fAP>—Long lines of Africans streamed back to work today, indicating a return to normal aftef three days of rioting in which at least nine Negroes were killed and 118 Injured. Eighty per cent of the labor force was back at work in the city's 450 factories after a work boycott that accompanied the violence. The rest of the workers were expected on the job later. Military cordons protected alii To Discuss County Health Department A meeting to discuss establishment of a health department in Madison County is slated Thursday, 7:30 p.m.. in the library room at. St. Joseph's Hospital, according t» W. Kenneth 3rubb, acting chairman for the Illinois Statewide Public Health Committee in the Alton area. Letters of invitation to representative citizens of the area were mailed Tuesday, Grubb said Madison County is the only county of comparable size in the state that does not jhave a recognized, official pub- Ilic health service. He said thnt Prizes will be silver dollars. All i roads to the industrial sites fnom * In declining health for a number of years. Mrs. Maude Leathers, wife of Arthur Leathers, died at 7 p.m. Tuesday at her'home In the East Hardin vicinity. She was fi7. Las Bom on Jan. 23. 1893. in Bun-1 \Vebber. Burial will be in Oak- ker Hill, she was the daughter of woo d Cemetery, the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles j Ta.vnor She was married to Arthur Leathers on May 2. 1910. In •East St. Louis,. They observed their golden wedding anniversary this year. Almost all her life was spent in the Bunker Hill area until eight years ago when Mr. and Mrs. Leathers moved to Hardin where they operated the Leathers Variety Store. The body is at Shields Mr- for the event, morial where services will be The weekend session will be- conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. I gin with registration Saturday In addition to her husband, Arthur. she • daughter. is survived by one Mrs. Everett Liley, East Alton, two grandsons, Gary of East Alton and Don of Chicago; one sister. Mrs. Chrissie Seim, Bunker Hill, and a brother. LeRoy Taynor of AJton. Friends may call at the Jacoby- Wise Funeral Home in Bunker , Hill after 3 p.m. today. Rites will 'be conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday in the funeral home, followed by interment Cemetery. in the Bunker Hill Mrs. E. Fischer Funeral rites for Mrs. Ethel Fischer, wife of Edward C Fischer, were conducted Monday at 2 p.m. in Staten Chapel by the Rev. Howard Todd Taylor. Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were -Fred Fischer, Harry Wetstein, Henry Fischer. Carl Lenhardt, Martin Brinkman and Tom Gavin. In an announcement of the death of Mrs. Fischer, the name of a daughter was listed as Mrs. Diana Spotler. The name should have been Mrs. Diana Stotler. by th,e Rev. Arthur G. Daniel assisted by the ftev. William G Mrs. Edith Owen Mrs. Edith Owen, 48. wife of Howard A. Owen of Tomahawk. children participating will be giv- j interference by diehard rioters, en free theater tickets and ice' p 0 i ice confirmed thai their gunfire killed fivg of the slain nine Alton firemen will be on hand! Africans. The" police said they fired in self-defense. At least one of the dead was battered to death by rioters Enforcing the work boycott. The rioting was confined to the afternoon under the direction of Ed Hayes and members of Op- ti-Mrs. The first session is slat-j city ' s African sectors, which more ed for 1:30 Saturday afternoon.(than 2.000 European and African A hospitality hour and dance areS soIdiers and po i lce gea led off to scheduled for Saturday evening Inrntppt thp r-itv'<5 4=inon whitp<s ... ,• L ~. •- . - - *ipioiect me cirys *),uuu wmres. Jn ujj nojs nave already estab- Soldiers established a number of be a place where interested county leaders can express opinions on the proposal. A, discussion of the circulation of a petition requesting the supervisors to hold a referendum on a health department at the next general election will be| held at the meeting. ! Approximately two-thirds of I the counties in the United States have health departments, the died at 2:30 a.m. today according to word received by a brother, Dale Maxwell of Shipman Surviving in addition to her husband and brother, are her mother, Mrs. James Hester, Wood River; a daughter, an'' four grandchildren. O.L. Wright Orin L, Wright of Moweaqua. father of Mrs. F. Edward Todd of.820 Valley Dr., East Alton, died at 8 a.m. today in St. Mary's Hospital. Decatur. He had been ill since Sunday. Mrs. Todd had been in Moweaqua since her father was stricken ill and she will be joined there by Mr. Todd and their daughter, Carol, for the funeral. Funeral rites will be conducted Friday at 2:30 p.m. in the Methodist "Church at Mo\veaqua Mrs.MaggieDoty Mrs. Maggie Doty, widow of Marion Doty, died at 10:15 a.m. today at her home, 416 Church St.. East Alton, following an extended illness. She was the mother of nine children, including William Doty of Jerseyville, secretary - treasurer at Hotel Stratford Sky Room. Sunday activities will befcin at i , at , Ucal strong p oin ts throughout 10 a.m. with an invocation. AI thp violence area?. The rioters al- dinner for members and famil-| so lost considerable of their zeal . . ..... , i— — - — —— Wis formerlv of Alton area. ies Wll! be served at Hotel J>tl ' at " ! after they drank up all the looted ford at noon. Activities will be; be er and wine that helped fuel Hurry! Only 3 More Days to Enter WIN in Prizes! in the TELEGRAPH'S Big RECIPE CONTEST ——Enter as many classifications as you wish, but there's more opportunity in the classifications below where fewer recipes have been entered t 1. Outdoor Cookery 2. Fish & Poultry 3. Vegetables & Soups 4. Meats « Don't Delay- Send entries now, to: Cook Book ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH fff i- •**••*•*•*••**•***• ••' completed at 5 p.m. The annual boat trip taken by the group is scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 16. Reports Dog i Destroyed \ i Poultry \ Adding to complaints of Tues-j day about a dog-bite incident! SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) Water and two instances of alleged depredations by stray dogs, police early today received a complaint of poultry being de- their orgy of violence and burning. Thousands Flee Flood At Valdivia stroyed by marauding dogs. Louis Galloway of 524 Parker continued to pour today over a valley normally inhabited by 100,000 persons as earthen dams crumbled further below Lake Rin- ihue in southern Chile. Heavy rainstorms, strong winds St.. informed police at 8 a.m. and earth ^ emors added to that dogs during the night broke hto his poultry pen killing several of his chicks and ducks. The dog bite complaint, booked Tuesday evening, revealed hat 6-year-old Michael H. Pru- plight of the thousands of refugees from Valdivia, in the heart 6f (he valley, a city devastated by earthquakes in May and now almost certain to be destroyed by flood waters from the swollen lake 50 v " tt of 3112 Trumbull Ave.. hadi m " es u P stream been bitten on his right leg S * veral tow ™ f . . A above the knee. Police traced ^.^.^L!^.*^ ownership of the dog, and re-i itops of houses were visible from ported it was property of a man the air. Four fishermen were reported was informed of the dog code regulations. George Reynolds, a city meter maintainer, found in the City Hall public parking lot early today a rabies tag apparently lost by someone who was at the city building yesterday to apply for a dog license. He took the tag to the police desk. ! _, ft City Dog Warden William j datflSh I i Tueth Tuesday filed thre'e more i court complaints against resi-1 dents charged with having un-j licensed dogs. The warrants) jwere placed with the police de-g^ jpartment for service. overturned in the rampaging torrent. Army engineers Tuesday evacuated the last of some 40,000 persons from Valdivia and took them to temporary quarters on high ground. Blue Channel lished such departments. Ike Given GOFs Top Ovation By The Associated Press President Eisenhower Tuesday night got the Republican convention's biggest ovation ! after a spectacular confetti and ticker tape reception in downtown Chicago earlier. His convention speech strongly defended his administration's record, especially in defense and economic growth. Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York gave up the last vestige of a contest with Vice President Richard M. Nixon when he led his 96-vote delegation into the Nixon column. Rockefeller also praised the revised civil rights plank as containing almost everything he had fought; for. j The vice president, firmly in! control, will be nominated to-j night with-no opposition. The se-1 lection of a vice - presidential candidate, however, probably will be postponed until Thurs-, day. i OVERTURNED TRUCK PULLED UPRIGHT Asst. Fire Chief Warren Grabie The truck overturned at Broadway and watches as a Haper's tow truck pulls Plasa streets.—Staff Photo, a Lee Freight System truck upright. Jetliner Lands \ Karen JailtZC Softly Despite y^ ^ ^ Another Title Short Runway MONTREAL fAP)—A Chicago- bound Pan American World Air- fways jetliner with 93 passengers i News of Stocks i Dull Trading Slows Rally NEW YORK (AP> - The stock ANNOUNCEMENT* 11 M6WMI 'IMAM 6NED «nd c«p«!rtd. Wstk •••rtfttsri. Pft* ptebvp. CL 4-im. TREES TOPPED,. Tfttnmed and tt- FREES moved. CL ---;-- -— 'TO Rtewr Movf ft* m •fjJfljFf o««r tt W .toiteri BfWWWd*. EMPLOYMENT HELP WAKTHD —IJALt die- alio journeyman macnUHit, dispatcher, manager tftlnm into mechanic, TV an/radlo repairmen- joajPtege DRUMMER for teen-age »*M. CL 4-1662. WANTED—3 men WHO ' Immediate earninti. Pleat? of opportunity. Apply NO. « From St., 9 to 10 a.m. MAINTENANCE MACHINIST First claw journeyman. Experienced In maintenance of pumps, compressors, steam engine* and turbines. Good wages. Liberal benefit* SHELL OIL CO. WOOD RIVER. ILL. WANTED — Mechanic OB outboard motort and chain taw motors: muit be experienced. None other need apply. Apply In peuon at the Godfrey Boat* and Motori, Godfrey. 111. aboard landed safely Tuesday' Youn S Karen Jantze of San Diego, j through its second session and the night on a runway 3,000 feet short-1 Calif - h °P es to reacn another j list turned lower late this after- er than the airstrip usually used by big jets. Local fliers said they were amazed the Boeing 707 made it in safely. milestone in her brilliant career moon in dull trading. by winning the women's title ini Volume for the day was esti- the filst annual Pennsylvania Lawn Tennis Championships. Piloted by Capt. Fred Ralph,! Thus far the 17-year-old holder the plane from London was sched-lof both the U.S. and Wimbledon pected - Nixon still is mum on his choice for the No. 2 spot. U. N. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge appears to be a front runner, although others also are mentioned, still in Kflf i-u L*ill CAIRa „,. (AP ,_n nger[ing , catffah> ^ : newjy constructfid ponds ln Alex . ander County, should be ready for dinner tables in about 9 months, originators of the industry say. The scientifically raised cats now being fed blackhead minnows 200 College Students Parade in Seoul SEOUL. South Korea (API- Two hundred college students p a - brou g ht from Arkansas, will be raded through Seoul today, cam- markefed at one Hme wnen tne jpaigning for national austerity' P° nds are drained for the harvest. and against smoking of American ' "" cigarettes. U.S. tobacco is a target of several student movements who claim most of it in Korea is of black market origin. and business agent of the Teamsters & Chauffeurs Local 525. The body is at Staten Chapel pending funeral arrangements. 2 p. m. Thursday, Zlon Lutheran Church. Beihaltn. A total of 160,000 fish have been started toward the tasty 12 to 15 inch size. The project was begun by Bob Brqwn and Ivan ' McAllister of Carmi, and Jim Blakemore of Olive Branth. Their Horseshoe Lake fish and Minnow Farm, Inc. is in a 140 acre site along the Mississippi River about 10 miles north- wes,t of Cairo. High levees have been built to keep out the river. Inside are 11 ponds all built so that they can be drained out into the river river. Water for the ponds, kept at a 5-foot level, is furnished by 2 rice pumps with an output of 1,400 gallons a minute. More than $30,000 has been Invested in the new venture which the owners liken to scientific raising of frying size chickens. They say fish farming is popular in southern states. They believe theirs is the only fish farm as far north as Cairo. Blakesmore said the owners are undecided whether to ship their harvest to the big cities or start delivery routes in the Tri-State area. Castro Says CubaExample For Others By ROBERT BERRELLEZ LAS MERCEDES, Cuba ff— An ailing Fidel Castro offered his revolution as an example to other Latin American countries' Tuesday and repeated charges of U.S. aggression against government. Obviously not fully recovered uled to land at Montreal's Dorval Airport. Instead Ralph brought it down at an airstrip- owned by Canadair Ltd. in the Cartierville district of northern Montreal. Pan American officials could hot be reached for an explanation, but it appeared that Ralph came down at Cartierville by mistake while making an instrument approach to Dorval. Fliers at Cartierville explained that the strip there is on the same compass heading as the Dorval runway, j Fluorspar Cinderella Ore in State URBAN A, m. £» — Fluorspar is called the Cinderella mineral !of southern Illinois because it j developed from the unwanted ! waste heaps of lead mines. The'wide array of uses for fluorine now listed by the Illinois Geological Survey today inj a technical publication include) the processing of uranium and use with high energy fuels for rockets' and intercontinental missiles. The survey sounds a warning note about the future of fluorspare. Production is being curtailed because of strong competition from Mexico and Europe. The major source of employment in Hardin County is fluor-j G enera ] junior crowns has looked good with a powerful attacking game. She advanced to the third round Tuesday ' by defeating July Alva- jrez. Tampa, Fla., 6-2, 6-1. WANTED—Man to manage our Godfrey Road Drive IB. Prefer Drive In local experience. Will train. Salary depends upon experience. Only those Interested In full time permanent work need apply. Apply Ray Block Jr., HO 5-9313. Bob Hulser. HO 2-78S5. •' 18^ HELP WANTED — FEMALE AUTOMOTIVE" BOOKKEEPER — Blller. typist, PBX. stenographer payroll clerk, waitress. Others S375 month. AMERICAN EMPLOYMENT 205_Plasa EXPERfENCEb"— All around part time help. Call after 4 p.m. HO 5-9619. LADY WANTED — Needed to car* for Invalid. Must know how to cook, and live in. CL 4-7930. SALESWOMEN "— 30 • W, excellent earnings. Call AVON HO 2-4271. WANTED — Baby sitter for 3W-yr _ , . „,, .... . old boy; some housework. White matea at 2^i-milllon shares C0m-| mature, experienced. Reference; required 4 to 5-day week. North Alton area. HO S-1B66 after 6 p.m. Middle day wk. Mil HAVERFORD, Pa. (AP) — j market rally faltered midway pared with 2,720,000 Tuesday. Gains and losses of fractions to j about a point prevailed in the ir- i WHITE BABY "SITTER •.„„,.!„.. j—r.-_ I aged — 3 children. 5 d regular decline. ton district. HO 2-5504 The drug company stock was _ . . . >3 Tuesday in apparent She faces tough competition inj t j on A standout casualty was Scher-i WHITE MiDDLEAOEb LADY — ing. down about 7 points after re-1 with, 2!K,J««S«?«!22: J? porting sharply lower earhmgs. for 2 children. Part time on Call after 5. CL 9-2887. HELP WTD.— Mate » P«nale the days to come in Darlene Hard, »w~,.! o about 2 : WANTED — Nursing Instructor ' construction estimator. Industrial engineer, room clerk, managerial trainee, saleslady, housemother Tnnef Hnnnc Mi mi Arnnlri Rol ' r~......> ~. =w trainee. SBIRSiaay, nOUSCHIOTncr Janet Hopps, Minn Arnold, Be '- were taken by Youngstown Sheet,, waitress (part time), cook and — mar Gunderson, Gwyneth Thomas, Margaret Varner and Mrs. j the "latter William duPont Jr., all of whom.^^ ^g __ advance to the third round as ex-j washed ^ a ^""^ "^"j 1 nil «-j 9»i»u waitress, housekeeper <stay or oil, and /senitn, i no t). Tool and die maker, taxi driver. Apply In person. Illinois _, , . • State Employment Service, 87 Texas Instruments i Henry. Alton. i traded more than a point lower. Australia's Rod Laver, also ad-j vanced. In the men's division, most of; U.S. Steel erased a small early the top-seeded players, led by!gain and showed a fractional net DSS. Other steels were easy. The market was slightly high- Laver had difficulty with Jimjer at the start and kept ahead Schnaars of Haverford, but final-1 during the morning but began to iy won, 6-4, 6-4. Fellow Australian I lose ground as trading wore on Bob Mark eliminated Rudy Her-'into the afternoon, nando of Detroit 6-3, 6-1. . j Miguel OKera, a colorful Ecua- ; dorean, and Myron Franks, of Los Angeles, America's seventh- ranked player, scored dramatic come-from-behind victories. Olvera trailed in each set before defeating Philadelphia's Harry Hoffman Jr., 7-5, 9-7. Franks, seeded second, had a rough time eliminating Straight Clark of Haverford, 4-6, 6-3, 8-6. Nab Suspect In Chicago Beating SALESMEN RETAIL SALES ROUTE — 25-30. car. high school. $130 weekly grots while learning route. Phone 3575 Edward»vllle for Interview. ?ALES TRAINEE — 21-30 with car $90 weekly while learning. See Mr Fred. Thursday, 1-2 p.m.. Illinois State Employment Office, Alton. 21 SITUATIONS WTO.—MALE INSTRUCTION In Engllih riding, Jumping. Call HO 6-3922. RETIRED MAN with years of experience desires part or full time office work. Call HO 2-S077. tt SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE IRONING. Light Clearing, time baby sitting. CL 4-9190. Part LAB TECHNICIAN would like work in doctor's office. HO 2-2056. YOUNG LADY wants day work. HO 5-4103. CHICAGO AP A Chicago News of Grains Soybeans Post Broad Cains CHICAGO (API-Soybeans posted broad gains again today in a steady to firm grain futures mar- Ket. whjch dpalers spar mining ir . Rosiclare and i saj(J apparentlv induded an from his bout with'pneumonia, i nf ve : in - Rock - Shi P™ nfs / rom | tension of long positions boosted the Prime Minister looked drawn rind haggard as he hoarsely harangued the crowd. He spoke I Illinois mines ranged from $156, 'OOO in 1932 to $9,500,000 in 1952. Last year southern Illinois pro- two hours and- 15 minutes duntion was 58 P er cent of the . * .... . ! nntmn'c tnfral and in the end practically stumbled into the arms of his followers behind him. Instead of a predicted half million, about 200,000 Cubans struggled through rain, heat and muddy roads to celebrate the seventh anniversary of Castro's! revolutionary movement in itsj birthplace, the Sierra Maestra j mountains of eastern Cuba. ! Accusing the United States qnce again of aggression against his regime, Castro said "the principal reason for aggression against our country is to prevent our being an example" to the rest of Latin America. "We will continue making our nation's total. Figures indicate Illinois can produce more than its present output. If the flow into the country were interrupted, the nation would become dependent quickly upon Illinois sources. fatherland an example that will convert the Andes range into the/ Sirrra Maestra of the continent." he declared. The Cuban leader also repeat ed his charge that the proposed new U.S. aid program for Latin America is a bribe to whip up MARGARET SCHMITT Services 9:00 A.M. Thursday In SS. Pet«r and Paul's Churoh. Burial in Si. Joseph's Cemetery. . In stale at the chapel. The Rosary will be recited at 8:00 P.M. Wednesday ALBERT R. HAYNES Services :>:00 P.M. Thursday in the chapel. Rev.. Orrin Anderson officiating Burial in Medora Cemetery. In state at the chape). opposition to him. Following are today's 1:30 p. m. quotations on 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research hab 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%, General Motori 42%, Granite City Steel 35%, Olin Mathiew>n 39, Owens, 111. 101, Shell Oil 32*, Sinclair Oil 35, Socony 36* ex-dividend. Standard (Ind) 36%, Standard (NJ) 40*. U.S. Steel 78%. Sears State flower of Oklahoma if i 4rEri*tSt.ltHm NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP)-(USDA)—Hogs 10,700; bulk 1-2 190-230 Ib barrows and gilts 18.00 -10; few lots 1 - 2 200 - 225 Ib 18.25; mixed grade 1 - 3 and 2 - 3 190-250 Ib 17.75-18.00; mixed grade 150 • 170 Ib 16.25 -17.25; 120 -140 Ib soybeans a cent or more a bushel with offerings scarce. The strength was described as still related to the possibility that supplies in commercial positions may become a little tight before harvest of the new crop. Wheat and rye were up major fractions in spots as hedge selling slackened and commercial buying improved. Corn and oats were firm. Wheat was %-% cent a bushel higher at noon, September $1.84%; corn unchanged to % higher, September Jl.16%; oats %•% higher, September 67%; rye %-% higher, J3.75-16.00; 1-3 sows 400 Ib down 15.25-16.50; sows over 400 Ib 13.7514.75; boars over 250 Ib 10.25-50, lighter weights 12.50. ' Cattle 2,300; calves 500; some limited early sales good and choice slaughter steers weak at September $1.16%; soybeans 1-1% higher, September $2.16%. CHICAGO (AP)-Wheat No. 1 yellow hard 1.95. No corn or soybeans sales. Oats No. 1 extra heavy white 71%. Soybean oil 9.00b4tt a. Barley: malting choice 1.15-1.25 n; feed 85-1.02 n. CHICAGO (AP) Wheat High Low Close Prev.close man has been arrested on a charge of murder and his alleged companion is being sought in connection with the fatal beating of a man with a baseball bat in a restaurant. Donald Ricky Paulson, 26, was arrested Tuesday. He is accused of murdering Lee James, 26, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey James, live near St. John, N. D. James died Monday of Injuries suffered when he, Robert Raby, 26, and Walter Johnson, 25, were assaulted in a North Clark street restaurant on July 9 in the presence of about 25 customers. FINANCIAL 21 BUSINESS OPPOBTUNITIES FOR LEASE—High gaUonage serv Ice station In Alton by Inventory only. A real money maker. Owner has other business Interest. Phone HO 5-2198 RESTAURANT—In good location Excellent opportunity to make money. Take over payments. ISO monthly. CL 4-3353 for Information PERSONAL. SERVICE M DRESSMAKING— TAILORING CUSTOM MADE SLIP COVERS — Work guaranteed. Hale. HO 6-2633. Mrs. Homer LADIES tt CHILDREN'S DRESSES, drapes: double breasted suit* made single. CL 4-3676. BUSINESS SERVICE U BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS IN MEMORIAM IN LOVING MEMORY of our dea son, John M. Traunecker. who de parted this life July 27, 1932. We miss you now. Our hearts are sore, A3 time goes by. We miss you more. Your loving smile, Your gentle face. Never from our memory fade. Sadly missed by, Mother and Father PERSONALS ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinker. P.O. Bo: 186, East Alton. HO 8-9237. HO 2-2712. RUMMAGE * PASTRY SALES BIG RUMMAGE SALE Doors Open 8 a.m. Household goods children's clothing, men's etc. 1:00 all left wlU be sold for whatever you'll give. Plata Indian Sr. Drill Team BIG RUMMAGE SALE at 517 Belie, 9 A.M. Saturday. SOCIETIES Ud LODGES 23.25-25.00; few loads choice heiMSep 1.84)4 1.83H 1,84)4 1.83H TS 24.00-25; cows dull and 25-501 Dec lower; utility and commercial i Mar 14.5045.50; canners and cutters 12.50-14.50; strong cutters to 15.00; bulls weak to 50 lower; utility and commercial 17.50-19.50; opening «ales s/eady on good and choice vealers 21.00-26,00; lower grades and slaughter calves very slow and prices unevenly lower on small number of sales; standard and good vealers 16.00-30.00; cull 13.00-15.00; few good and choice slaughter calves 18.00-23.00; utility and standard 14.0046.00. Sheep 1,100; good and enoloe spring Iambs utility and good 14.00-16.50; tow cull to choice shorn slaughter ew«* unchanged at 3.QQ4.QO. Ten years altar the formatttn of Pakistan, there uv itlll 1(10,. 000 camp refugees tram Pakistan territory IB Bwtftl, I»4Ja, Ca). May Corn Sep Dec Mar 1.BOV& 1.89% 1.90% 1.89% 1.95'i 1.94% 1.95H 1.84% 1.95 1.94% 1.94% l.Mtt 1.16% 1.12% 1.11% l.Wi 1.11% 1.16% 1.18% 1.16% l.tttt May 1.18% 141 1.18% 1.18V. Oats Sep Dec Mar May Rye Sep Dec Mar May Soybeans .68)4 -67tt 48 .67% .71% .71H .71% .71* .73% .73H .73% .73 .73 .73)4 .73 .73)4 1.16% 1.15% UW 1-15% l.flH 1.20H l.fc 1.20Vi 1.84% 1.84 1.24 1.23% 1.24% 1.2W 1.2W 1.24 Sep Nov Jan Mar Ifey 2.W4245 8.18% 2.15* 2.16)4 3.14% 2.10 2.14* 2.20% 2.18% 3 JO* 248* 2.23% 3.21% 2-33)4 2.24% 2.20 3j«V% Went Alls WESTERN STAR LODGE — No. 1 1. 0. 0. F. Regular meeting Wed needfty. July 277 8:00 p.m. H. G. Bolter. N. C. II U>8i~41RAYBD-«TOLEN beagle. CL 4-M37. FOUND — Blanket-back male fox hound. Albert Jones. Logamaa Lane. Godfrey. II BULK WEDDING. PAPfeR PLATBI ilaitio forks —White CMP*. spooni. pimeh owl rental; CONSIGNMENT SAUI HORSE AND PONY SALB^Sat., July w. beginning at 6 p.m. Green- pbon* ICB-- Bill ROOF—Storm 4am«9«! stti. m**tl <inci r«p«lrt. HO f.T*fo r ACCOMMODATING ALL AREAS HAMPSEY'S SEWER SERVICE HO 5-1012 — CL 4-0513 24 hour tervic*. Work guaranteed. Insured. We clean, Install, repair •eweri. teptlc unki, ceupooli. Field dralni BOTTLE GAS HOOKUP-Orlglnal bottlegas equipment tod bottlei: aUo Bulk Slcelgi HO 2-2765. BUY YOUR POWER LAWNMOW ER WHERE YOU CAN .GET SERVICE * PARTS. Jacobien. Bolen, Mono, Wheel Horse, from 139.80 up. STANKA GARAGE. NORTH ALTON. HO 5-8889. DITCHING— Water llnei. cables, ttle. Quick, efficient service. Large or small jobs solicited. Philip Chinn. HO 6-2518. GUTTERING Spouting. Furnace Repairs. Free estimates. WHITE'S TIN SHOP. HO 24434. INTERIOR and exterior painting, work guaranteed. Reasonable. Free estimate. CL 4-7fMT LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED—617 Spring. LET MB H U — LI LIGHT TRUCK- R08B ™' ** POWER LAWN MOWER REPAIRS 818 ra POWER LAWN MOWERT REPAIRED— SHARPENED ALL MAKES SALES OaltoM. HO 1.7m i ton lo ROMWQ04 ^•^•gjfr 1 ^

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