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THURSDAY, JULY 28, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-THREE News of Storks Late Market Goes Higher NEW YORK (AP)-The stock market was higher late this afternoon In reponse to the easing of credit In stock margin requirement*. Trading was moderately actlvp. Volume for the day was esfl- nt 2,900,000 shares com- with 2,560,000 Wednesday. Key stocks were up from fractions to about a point, many re- diiring; parly gains, while more volntilr issues held gains of 2 or 3 points. Artlon by the Federal Reserve Board in nitting margins to 70 nor rpnt from 90 per cent sparked a vigorous rally at the start. The brst gains wpre cut as trading slnrknned but the list remained nirply ahpad of the game. ttitwHallonfll Business Machines Vnif« n held 4 of an Initial 8-nolnt rise. r " S ° Polaroid dipped 2 points from a rfl I 1 rflflC Liwstnrk Price* \t Kn*t St. gain of 6. Gain* of about 2 point* were shown by Texas Instruments, Beckman Instruments, Motorola, t% I"' L.1 Zenith, Collins Radio, and Bruns- i I rOVCS T CCDIC wick. i Union Carbide canceled a rise of more than a point and showed a not loss of about 2 in late deal- U.S. No. 1-2 130-230 Ib barrows! and Rilts 18.10-25; No. 1-2 200-225 j Ib 18.35-40: 36 head at 18.40; NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. HI. mixpd Ma«ie DotV „. « . £ . i Rltp > Spt Saturday Vmfn} ritps for Mr < No. 1-3 and 2-3 180- (AP.-(USDA)-HoKS 7,500; bulk j 33, , b 17 . 7 .vi8.lO. large was scant 'However. India i 17.85-18.00: No. 2-3 230-290 Ib 17.25-i^",' pm ,„ „„,,„, p pnfrrostal Church, Wood Rivnr, by thp Rev Doty. 77. of 416 Church St.. East """r*! Alton, will bp conducted Saturday Obituaries (. R. Watson brought 700,000 bushels of wheat 85: mixed gradp 150-170 Ib 16.25- CHICAUO (API - Trade Influ-! wifhout s < lrrin * a r| PP lp in lhe P 1f - 17 25: mi40 1h " 7S-15.75; No. l-i ( >orge' Wooden. Interment will be «•.„-. " f w Dl ... At noon, wheat was M» cent a 3 sows 400 Ib down 15.00-16.50, L. tip.M.,1. anspm tonay bushel higher to % lower. Sep-; largely lfi.25 down; sows over 4001 . . - . ings. Down about a point wre; nnd K rain '"turps prices werei tcmber $].JM %: <*,„, i*_y 4 lower.ilh 13.50-14.75: boars over 2550 Ib Schering and American Tobacco, i virtually stationary in meager l.spptpmber $1.16%; oats un-j 10.50; lighter weights 12.50. *™' n wi on the Board of Trade. : chan(?ed to *, higher. September, Cattle 1,100, calves 300; few Allied Chemical and Chesapeake ft Ohio took fractional losses. U.S. government bonds 1m- proved their early gains. Corpo-;f an '"*" Profit taking and prices, lower. September S2.16H. rates improved slightly. Soybeans started off on f fur-i68>/4; rye unchanged to »* lower,:good to low choice heifers . •her climb at^the opening but soon September $1.16%; soybeans %i steers 23.50: good steers 22.0023.00: standard and low good 17.50-21.50: utility and commercial The body is at Staten Chapel where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. A daughter of thp late Mr. and leveled off in a steady to slightly; : lower range. CHICAGO (AP> - Wheat No. 1 . it.F«'tri i mij^f. i —--—.- — ~. .... , ....^*.. .--,. — __._,_ IJnniiXnfV pnntmre anH flit 12 Selected Stork* ' Commercial buying all around'"!. 1 ^. no> * Oycl !,° w J"* ter*' 12X55.14.30:' hulls very slow-1?" ,1.93'2-95V,; no. 2 yellow hard ....... ;_ii-»»i Bn «. 17 - was Hettick. She was married July 18. 1898. to Marion Doty, who died March 24. 1944 A son, Leo, and cut-1 preceded her in death last March Following are today's 1:30 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these!1.95' 2 . No corn or soybean sales, p.m. quotations on 12 New York n re not the closing quotations) :j Oats no. 1 heavy white 71*4: no. Stock Exchange Issues research AT&T 89. fien Motors 43, Ornn-jl extra heavy white 72'-4: no. 2|| ,has Indicated are widely held in he City Steel 3 7 , Olin Math the Alton area, as supplied to Chem. 38%, Owens-Illinois 101U. the Alton Evening Telegraph by Shell 31 • 1 i, Sinclair 35'«, Socony utility and commprcial 17.50-19.00; Surviving arp five daughters, slaughter culves slow > MrSi Anm) Wjlson _ Kast Alton; initial salps 1.00 lower but! Mrs. Paulinp Biasip. Mrs. Myrtle i ( extra neaw wniie i/'-i: no. t . , ,. iivirs. r-mumc Dm^sl^•. IYHS. m.Yinr heavy white'71^; no. 2 whitei^l *T? ™!2LT ^JHurst and Miss Viola Doty, Chi- Newhard, Cook & Co.. from its|36'4, Standard find.) 37. Stand- Alton branch office. (The New nrd (N.I) 4014, U.S. Steel 79 1 /*, York Exchange closes daily at Sears (tough) 69'^. Rye no. 2 1.194. , Soybean oil good and choicp vpalprs; good! plump !and choice !few 25.00. vealers 20.00-24.00; cago. and Mrs. Florence Daven : port, Jerspyvillp, and four sons. JElmpr. NPW York. William, JerBarley: malting choice 1.15-- Living costs are rising Iniscyville; Raymond, Chicago, and 1.25n; feed 85-1.02n. i Italy. i Oscar, Jennings, Mo. PEACHES IQc U. B. l»a 1 Mi Mp ft* Arfconsm Hb*rta Frtottons Bushel Horn* Crown Goldwi Bantam 12-39' I 0^ B^^A ^^ i^fc £* ^y iwc H fEEM^EEl EEE^^EE^^El EEE^^IEl BEE^^El ^E^k. 1^^^^^^ if ^JttEl^^M^^^B 1 EEl^C C4^^ ^El^k^ ^^fc *^^EEl bdflWlId "•*»""»"•• iw«n» aot.^^J Watermelons"- .59* Seedless Grapes ££. 25* Cabbage Northwn Solid Cfxn H«odl -5' GREEN PEPPERS 1O< Horn* Grown, 1 Vi-lb. pan • * Cucumbers for TOMATOES Homo Grown Wonckrful ^ Flavor m 2Mb. I n I BgBJBjBgajBJBJBJBJBgBJBJBJBJBJB^Ba^B^B^BMB^B^B^B^B^B^B^BM^KW.,.^ Wrigley's GUM Beechnut or Dentyne fffirftit nt Nkcs TMI ilEIJIIV ICEIS Everything's Peachy! Right now, In oar storec, you'll find Elbert* Freestone Peache*. In about a week, they will be flowing to our ttore* In a big way, you will find a nice (election dally. And, most important of all, they'll be trae-ripened, lutcloui, just the way you want a peach to be. Fresh, they're picked today in the orchard, and tn oar »tore* tomorrow! Watch our window nigtm and newspaper ad* In th* next two weeka, for bufthel price* on peachea for canning or freezing. For preserving, you'll want the best on the market! Look hi our produce department* for Peach Recipes ... man* ways to enjoy this aattls, low-priced trull Ib. Cut from matured groinfed tt**n 39 Arm Roasts ffdion. b 49 ( •OlDfN FLUFFO 1-lb. can 33c 3-lb. CHUCK STEAKS taker's o. Frosting Mix laker's Cocoa 1 Bite Crockw Pk«. 23c Short Mbt *f BEEF 35c Ground Chuck *. 69c Creamo 7^45* ••j _i A—.—* ••B B ^^^ Platt tolling BEEF 15c Armour Star * CHUCK ROASTS 's All Center Cuts Ground Beef Beef Stew Beef Roast Beef Rib Roast Beef Rib Steaks Family Steaks for Homburgor •rMtotLoof Bon«l«M •onokts Arm or Check 59' 59" 69* for Borbocukig Ib. mod* from craom CRISCO Hormd's Bonotots Pork Snowldor Meat PICNICS Sliced $2J9 Ws have gonolns Bmltk- Hold Virginia Hams. HUNTER'S SKINL WIENERS •-Ib. Ad Moat Kraft's •ARBCCUI SAUCI Boiled Ham Hunter's ILICIO Del Monte Catsup ^r 2(MH. 39* TOPIC "Tree*" Maull's Barbecue Souce "Z.43* rrs RICH IT WHIPS lircl LUNCHEON MEAT ArMovr Star Vionn* SAUSAGE 37c loop Nwdw — Oiant phf, Ftc Silver Dust loop to«tfw — OkMr pkf. FTi Rinso Blue 2^69* 2 S 67« Blue All M — r«r A*o Huffy All *. tt.it Cton* — ' Overt Nut* «9| Handy Andy •Wits" Ht«vy Duty — H 0t4. SM $1 Jf Liquid Detergent bM — S!«M. MR tfl — Liquid Soap — UtS. MM til Bisquick oily Slicoi Orongt «nd LomOM For Pooek Ihortoakoi Armowr't ttor BEEF STEW Peanut Butter C W. Potato Ch VINEGAR C. W: Cider for Pickling Sovf 16cl HEINZ VINEGAR Cldtr GT Ik White tr 27c Dwiee Powdered Alum Clyde R. Watson, wldely- knmvn insurance agent, died at 9:25 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital following an extended period of ill health. His home was at 842 McPherson Ave. During the past few years he had been In and out of the hospital several times and had last entered 10 days ago. Mr. Watson, who was 78. was a special agent for Equitable I i'p Assurance Society of New York, with whom he had been A son of thp late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hawkins, h« was born July 2, 1886. He was a life-long member of Tabernacle Baptist Church Alton. Surviving are his wife, the former Gertrude Green; four daughters, Mrs. Helen Day, Mrs. Marcella Stewart and # Miss Magdellne Hawkins, Alton, and Mrs. Dorothy Stewart, Godfrey; two sons. Edward, Alton, and Robert, Godfrey; a brother, John, Alton; 12 grandchildren, and 6 great-grandchildren. associated since 1932. He was The body is at Russell Chapel Jerseyvllte, two daughter!. Mrs. Wynema Slmms of St. Lotrit and Mrs. Naotnl Sorts rt Falttteld. two sisters, Mrs. Julia Byrns. Albania. Mrs. Fred Abrwr of East Alton; four brothers, Joseph of Sparta, Jacob, Beloit. WIs., J»aul of East Alton and Theodore of Belleville. Mis wife died in July of this J^ar. The body will be sent today from the Gubser Funeral Home to the Dixon-Crippen Funeral Home in Fairfield, his birthplace. There are no funeral arrangements. D. F. Sherman JERSEYVILLE-DavId Francis Sherman died at 3:30 p.m. one of the veteran insurance pending funeral arrangements Wednesday at his home In Dow. men in Alton and had a large ' T *~ "* acquaintance in the area. An easterner by hirth, he was horn March 28. 1882, at Masontown, W. Va. His parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Watson. Mr. Watson was a member of First Baptist Church where he had been active as an officer of the church, a teacher, and a member of the building committee for the new edifice, now under construction on College avenue. He had been a teacher of the Men's Bible Class I J. A. Roberts John Adron Roberts, 49, a foreman at Laclede Steel Co., for the past 15 years, died unexpectedly Wednesday evening. He suffered the fatal illness, an apparent heart seizure, at his home, 2805 Sanford Ave., and was moved by ambulance to St. Joseph's Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival at 6:45 p.m. Mr. Roberts was scheduled to He was 51. A native of Alton, he was born ion Dec. 12, 1908. a son of the : late Mr. and Mrs. William Sher- 'man. Mr. Sherman had spent three years in the armed forces with the 205th Anti-Alrcraft Division, 18 months of which was spent in the South Pacific, most of that time in the Philippines. He received an honorable discharge in 1945. Mr. Sherman is survived by his wife, Helen, one son, Keith, for a number of years | report for work at midnight two brothers, James of Potosi. His wife, the former Lona,Wednesday and had been sleep- Wis., Walter of Godfrey, three Neison Murrah. to whom hel in S during the afternoon. He'sixers. Mrs. Maurice Harris, was married Dec. 25. 1945, and had gotten up for his evening \ Godfrey, Mrs. George Tanner. two sons, Paul V., of Hannibal. Mo., and William Charles, Mo., and E. of St. six grandchildren, survive him. He was preceded in death by a son and one grandchild. Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday at 10 a.m. In Morrow- Quinn Mortuary. Burial will be in Marion Cemetery, at Marlon. Friends may visit the mortuary after 3 p.m., Friday. Miss Kieffner JERSEYVILLE — Miss Minnie Margaret Kleffner died Wednesday at 4 p.m. at her home, 900 W. Carpenter St. She was a daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. Frank Kleffner. Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday at 9:30 a.m in Church of Holy Ghost, with the Rev. Father Leonard Rathgeb as celebrant of the Requiem High Mass. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. The body is at Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. The Rosary will be recited Friday at 8 p.m. Surviving are five sisters, Sister M. Gaulbert, Cairo; Mrs. William Eberhardt, Mrs. Alma Cunningham and Miss Catherine Kleffner, Jerseyville, and Miss Josephine Kleffner, Clayton, Mo., and a brother, John, Jer sy.ville. Her parents and two brothers preceded her in death. T. D. Rogers In failing health for the past 18 years, Thomas D. Rogers, 66, of 1634 Jersey St., was dead on arrival at Alton Memorial Hospital Wednesday at 10 p.m. Mr. Rogers, a retired painter, was moved by ambulance to the hospital following the fatal attack suffered at his home. He had resided in Alton for the past three years, moving here from Hillsboro. Previously he had been in Chicago where he was employed as a painter for a construction company. Born at Clarksville, Ark., April 13, 1894, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rogers. He was married to the the former Ethel Eddington, July 16, 1926, at Tulsa, Okla. In his youth, while residing at Clarksville, he had affiliated with the Baptist Church. His father and two brothers preceded him in death. His wife is his only immediate survivor. ! The body is at Streeper j Funeral Home, Washington javenue, where friends may call j after 7 p.m. Friday . The Rev. Paul S. Krebs will conduct rites Saturday at 2 p.m. at the funeral home after which the body will be taken to Brigh-j ton for interment in Brighton Cemetery. EdwardHawkins Edward Hawkins, 74. who was burn on the old Hawkins homestead, near Delhi, and had spent all of his life in that area, died in his sleep early this morning at his home. Until loss of his eyesight caused his retirement several years ago he had farmed. meal when he suffered the fatal Puxico, Mo., and Miss Elsie attack and was moved to the!Sherman of Alton. hospital. Born at Eldorado, March 10, 1911, he was a son of Mrs. Non Roberts and the late John Henry Roberts. He moved from Eldorado to Alton 35 years ago. Surviving are his wife, the former Charlotte Ward, to whom he was married April 9, 1931, in Alton; four daughters, Mrs. Dale Grills, Mrs. Gene Atchison, Mrs. Kenneth Owens and Miss Alice Roberts, all of Alton; five sons, John, East Alton, and Allen, Stanley Gene, Wesley and Davey Lynn, all of Alton; five brothers, Henry, East Alton; Paul, Cottage Hills; James, Edwardsville; Jess, Eldorado, and William, Alton, his mother, and seven grandchildren. The body is at Smith Funeral Home, Alton, where the Rev. Vernon Schutz, pastor of Berean Bible Church, will conduct rites Saturday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Melville Cemetery. Friends may visit, the funeral home after 7 p.m. today. Cloyd Simms JERSEYVILLE — Cloyde Simms, 79, died at 7:30 a.m. today in the Watson Nursing Home. He is survived by two sons, James, South Roxana, S. L. of The body is at the Gubser Funeral Home, here, where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. Rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday in the funeral home, followed by Interment in the Oak Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Margaret Schmitt Rites Conducted With the Rev. Medard Lobocki as celebrant, a Requiem High Mass was sung at 9 a.m. today in SS. Peter & Paul's Church for Mrs. Margaret Schmitt. Father Lobocki also officiated at committal rites in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Casketbearers were Henry Korte, Louis Schmitt Jr., Paul V. Boschert, Newton Baker, George Walker and Archie Smith. tht new tantalizing sauce for better barbecue Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Hurry! Only 2 More Days to Enter 600 00 <' . i i > .' .' i' in Prizes! 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