Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 27, 1963
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THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINETEEN Obituaries Fitzgerald Daniel M. Fitzgerald, 90, a retired boilermaker and former glassblmver, died at 7:05 a.m. today in St. Anthony's Hospital. He had been in failing health for more than a year, and 11 days ago when his'con- dition worsened he entered the hospital. He resided at 1104 Pearl St., with a duaghler, Mrs. Harry Kulp. A lifelong resident of Alton. Mr. Fitzgerald was horn Aug. .t, 1X72, one of seven children of the late Mr. and Mrs, John Fitzgerald. During his early working years he had been employed as a glassblower at the old Illinois Glass Co., and later had worked at Standard Oil Co., and at Shell Oil Co. He retired from the latter company in 1M1 after L'2 years service there. His wife, the former Ciene- vicve Degnan, to whom he was married Aug. 21. |flU7, in St. Patrick's Church, died May 20. 191(1. He was a life-long member of SI. Patrick's Parish and belonged to the Holy Name Society, and to the Boilermakers Local 483. Surviving arc four sons, John and R. Kmmell Fil/gcrald, Alton; Kdwiu-d, Dayton, Ohio, and James, Bcthalto; three daughters. Mrs. Kulp: Mrs. James (iildersloeve, Kilwardsville. and Mrs. James Dimilrolf. dmnite City, and 17 grandchildren, lie- side his and six brothers and sisters, he was preceded in death by two children. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 0 a.m. in St. Patrick's Church. Interment will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery. The body is at Burke Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday. The Rosary will be recited Sunday at S p.m. Lindquist Mrs. Ada Lindquisl. 93, a patient in Riverview Nursing Home for 4Vi years, died there Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. She was the wife of Frank Lindquist, who is a patient in Alby Street Shelter Home. A native of St. Joseph, Me., Mrs. Lindquist was born April 16, 1870. She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frederick- White. She was married Dec. 11, 1909, fit St. Joseph, to Mr. Lindquist. They have been in Alton-Wood River area for 12 years and before entering the nursing home Mrs. Llndqulst resided at Wood Rivor. Mrs. Lindquist was a member of First Baptist Church, East Al ton, and pastor of the church, the Uov. Thomas E. McDermand, will conduct funeral services Friday nt 10 a.m. in Gent Chapel. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. Visitation hours will be from 7 p.m. to '0 p.m. today at the chapel Renault In ill health for six years, Mrs. Agnes L. Renault, 57, wife of Ray S. Renault of 645 Mildred Ave., Wood River, died Wednesday. She was pronounced dead at '1 p.m. at Wood River Township Hospital. A resident of Eiist Allon- Wood River area since 1328, she moved lo the Wood River home two and one halt years ago from East Alton, The former Agnes Anderson. she was horn Oct. 31, 190G, al Sandoval. Her parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. John Ander- Before moving to East Alfor eight son. ton she had resided years in 'Collinsville. Her marriage to Ray Renault took place at Madison, Oct. 11. 1924. She was a member of St. Matthew's parish while residing in East Alton. Surviving beside her husband arc a son, Donald, Alton; a brother, Carl J. Anderson, Ozark Beach, Mo., two sisters, Mrs. Helen Kalirm, Collinsville, and Mrs. Chester Burkhardt, Bunker Hill, and two grandsons. A sister, Mrs. Thelma Stewart, and a brother, Edward, preceded her in death. Funeral riles will be conducted Saturday at 9 a.m. in St. Bernard's Church, Wood River. ADA LINDQUIST Services 10 a.m. Friday in the Chapel. Rev. Thomas D. McDernand officiating. Burial in Valhalla Memorial Park. In state at the Chapel 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Burial will be in Woodland Hill Cemetery. The body is at Marks Mortuary, Wood River, where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. The Rosary will be recited Friday at 8 p.m. Holzinger EDWARDSVILLE-Mrs. Wanda Sarah Holzinger, 49, of 536 Dewey, was found dead on the floor of her bedroom by Edwardsville police about 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. According to police, who went to the woman's residence at the request of Mrs. Maggie Kapp and Mr. and Mrs. John Gantner of Highland, the house was locked from inside and there was no evidence ol foul play. Entrance was gained through the front door by use ol a skeleton key. The woman is believed to have been dead since Friday, according to deputy Coroner Lesley Marks, who wil : conduct an inquest. Mrs. Holzinger, a resident of Edwardsville four years, was born May 12, 1914, at Walnut Hill III. She is survived by her father Dan McNeil of Walnut Hill; F son, Robert Allen Williams of Edwardsville; a brother and three sisters, Dan McNeil, Mrs, Edward Turkington, Mrs. .loAnn Flannigan and Mrs. Arthur Copeland, all of Walnut Hill; and five grandchildren. She was married in I960 to Lawrence Holzinger, who died in April of 1963. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Friday at the Lesley Murks Funeral Home, where services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday by the Rev. J. M. Graham, pastor of the Assembly of God Church. News of Grains Futures Weakened CHICAGO (AP)—Profit selling weakened the grain futures market slightly in spots today bul new crop soybeans held nearly all their early advances on the Boarc ol Trade. Wheat slipped into small losses after the export buying slackenet and hedge selling met little support, peak ;i good speculative demand on set backs there in soybeans. Most of the strength again was ascribed to a forecast of continued warm and dry Mutual Funds Prices on 16 Following is a list of 16 mutual investment fund stock quotations provided to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook Co., through its Alton office. These stocks are selected on the basis of their sales and ownership in the area. The quotations are yesterday's closing. Issue. Corn also eased from its but dealers said there was weather with of scattered heavy show- only a possibility light to moderately ers. Carlot receipts were: wheat 18 cars, corn 02, oats 4, barley 7 soybeans 38, and rye none. CHICAGO (AP)—Corn no. 1 yel- j low 1.33V442 soybeans no. No. 2 extra heavy white 72. Soy-j bean oil 9 l s (n). There were no wheat stiles. i Prev.I High Low Close close Affil. Fund Broad St. Bullock Capit. Shrs. Divid Shrs. Fid Cap. Fid. Fund Fid. Tr. Fund Inv. Keystone K-2 Keystone S-4 Mass. Tr. Mass. Grth. Nation W. Sec. Nat. hives. Tevev. El. Bid. 8.06 14.12 13.40 10.94 3.41 8.64 16.07 14.10 9.81 5.19 4.27 14.77 8.13 22.58 15.24 7.48 Asked. 8.72 15.26 1468 11.98 3.74 9.39 17.37 15.33 10,75 5.67 4.66 16.1-1 8.89 24.42 16.48 8.15 Proposes Racial Balancing c TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Frederick lion M. Rmibi tiger, commissioner. state educa ordered the methods of cutting the top-heavy Necro enrollment at Washington School. The board had countered with a plan it favored. Raubinger said any of the three plans is acceptable and ordered the school board to adopt one in time for the school term beginning next September. The plan favored by the board would convert Washington into a citywide sixth-grade school. Children in grades one through five Plainfield School Bonrd today to adopt any one of three plans for cutting racial imbalance in its Washington School. Uauhinger. following the precedent he set earlier this monlh in a case involving the O r a n g <• school system, ruled that the Washington School 96.2 pev cent Negro enrollment deprives the Negro children of their right to equal educational opportunity. would be distributed throughout 1'lainfieid's other elementary schools. The Negro parents favored two plans proposed in a special study of the Plainfield school system. One proposal is to redraw school district lint's. The other would combine the Washington disU-icI with a neighboring district whicn lias a large white enrollment. He said the parents of 5-1 Negrojhas been radio from one of the children who filed a petition in the | Plainfield case had proposed two LONDON — A British fire chief charged with stealin fireman tinder his command. 10. 2 i.32»i-33'a:i News of Stocks 1 yellow 2.68: oatsi Market Mixed a* LOWE RPR ICES Minion Miss Dorothy Mae Hinton, 24, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Hinton. HMO Union St., dierl Wednesday in St. Joseph's Hospital where she had been a patient since February. She was born in Alton and attended the Alton schools. Beside her parents she is survived by six brothers, James, Donald, Lonnie, Freddie. Larry, and Bobbie, and two sisters, Mrs. Barbara Stevens. Elgin, and Linda Sue, Alton. The body is at Russell Chapel pending funeral arrangements. Wheat Jul Sop Dec Mar May Corn Jul . Sep Dec Mar May Oats Jul Sep Deo Mar May Rye Jul Sep Dec Mar May 1,85% 1.85 1.85 1.851*. 1.87% 1.86% 1.867s 1.87Vs 1.93% 1.92% 1.921/b 1.92% 1.94% 1.93% 1.93% 1.93% 1.89% 1.881/s 1.88% 1.88 r> i 1.28?i 2.27 7 's 1.28V- 1.271s 1.24 r 's 1.24 1.24',b 1.2<1!i 1.18 1.17 1.18 1.1 (Hi 1.20% 1.19 7 s 1.20% 1.19% 1.23'ii I.22M. 1.23V 8 1.21% .6G 7 s .G6 r 'i ,67Vi .67% .70U .69% .71% .71% .67% .70 .71% .71% .66% .67% .69% .71% 1.26% 1.26% 1.26% 1.26% 1.28% 1.27% 1.28% 1.27% 1.31% 1.30% 1.31 ] /s 1.30% 1.33V; 1.33% 1.33% 1.33M, — — 1.32% 1.32% Soybeans Jul 2.66% 2.64 2.64% 2.64% \UR 2.65'/2 2.63% 2.64% 2.63%. Sep 2.63V 2 2.61 2.63 2.60% Mov 2.62% 2.59% 2.62 2.58% an 2.66% 2.64 2.66 2.62% Mar 2.69% 2.67 2.68% 2.66 Way 2.71% 2.69% 2.70% 2.68% Ronk CARLINVILLE - George E. Ronk, 86, died at 11:45 p.m. Tuesday at Curlinville Area Hospital where he had been a patient the last week. Funeral services will be con ducted at 2 p.m. Friday at Hein? Funeral Home in Carllnville. Bur ial will be in Girard Cemetery He is .survived by his widow the former Rebecca Susan Lay cock; one grandson, Omar, of Granite City; granddaughter, Mrs Evelyn Caudle of Monmouth; five great - grandchildren; brother Fred of Girard; four sisters, Mrs Vina Lindberg of Girard; Mrs May Gibb of Hillsboro; Mrs. Ed na Shut! of Pcoria; and Mrs Bertha Martin of Yorktown, Ind Mr. Ronk was one of the Ias : survivors of the 1808 Virden mim riot in which incident he was sho i three times and survived. He anr jhis wife moved 13 years ago from their farm at Macoupin Stu lion to (52.'! South Plum Street in Oalinvillc. An only son, George Coster, died in 1956. WOOD RIVER ACROSS FROM POOL AND HIGH SCHOOL Have a Burger Party TONIGHT! OUR POPULAR MENU Hamburgers ISc Cheeseburgers 19c Seaburgor 30c French Fries 12c Milk 10c Large, 16 Oz. Triple Thick Shakes 20c Pepai-Cola lOc & ISc Coffee lOc Root Beer & Orange .. lOc & 15c Sun. thru Thuiu, 1) A.M. to 11 P.M. Fri. und Sut., 11 AM to Miduito. "'SPECIAL COUPON'" IA (JAHKOL- $ I IU BUIU.ICHS I Everyday $1.80 Any Number <>l CurrollnirKcrs Jusi lOc lincli. Otter Valid l-rl., Sal., Sun.. JUIU< • " SPECIAL COUPON " !|A COUWN $1 • I U KltliWH FK1US I Ifiv«rydny ( im Value Nmiiln'i o| AUilfllonul n I rk's JUM I (If • OfkT Vuliil l-'rl.. Sut., Sun., i June .'S-iU-30 With Coupon- Minimum Purchase of 10 Burgers for Special Price NO LIMIT SPECIAL COUPON'" 6 TRIPL.E $ i THIOK SHARKS I Evrr,vclu.y $1,3(1 Value Any Number ol Additional Iilpli' Thick Shakes, Just I5c J.iuh. Otu-r Valid b'ri.. Sat., June 38-2»'30 HmmmmmmmmmmmmmJ Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) — (USDA) — Hogs 6,000; barrows and gilts 1-2 190-240 Ib 18.40-75: some No. 3 around 240 Ib down to 17.50; 2-3 240-270 Ib 17.50-18.25; 1-2 150-170 Ib 15.75 17.50-18.25: 1-2 150-170 Ib 15.75 1-3 275-350 Ib 15.25-75; 340-400 Ib 2-3 400-500 Ib 13.50-14.25; 500-625 Ib 13.00-50; boars 10.75-13.00. Cattle 800; calves 100; steers choice near 975 Ib 23.50; good low choice 850-1,100 Ib 21.50-23.00; heifers choice 900 Ib 22.50; few mostly good 21.00-21.75; cows utility 14.00-16.50; bulls utility 17.00 19.50; good and choice vealers 24.00-28.00; good and choice calves 19.00-24.00. Sheep 300; spring lambs good and choice 80-105 Ib 19.00-21.50. Soviets to Slam] Finn in Test Talks MOSCOW (AP) — Pravda, the Communist party organ, indicated today the Soviet Union will make no concessions at nuclear test ban talks opening with the United States and Britain here July 15. Commentator Yuri Zhukov, reviewing the Soviet position on enforcement of a ban on underground nuclear explosions, spoke only of detection of illicit explosions by each nation's detection systems plus a limited number or robot "black box" installations in countries signing a ban. Dawsoii Rites Held At First Methodist Following services Wednesday at 2 p.m. in First Metho- clisl Church, East Alton, the oody of Mrs. May lie V. Dawson, widow of Jesse V. Dawson, wits taken to Upper Alton Cemetery for burial. The Rev. Jack Travelsteacl, pastor ol' First Methodist Church, East Alton, and Rev. Jack Adams, pastor of St. Paul's Methodist Church, Rosewood Heights, officiated at the rites. Pallbearers were Robert McManus, Henry Lawrence, Lester Cooper, Hillary Barker, Dr. William Dawson, and Richard Dawson. NEW YORK (AP)—The stock j market turned mixed late this afternoon after a recovery drive lost some of its steam. Trading was moderately active. Volume for the day was estimated al 4.2 million shares compared with 4.49 million Wednesday. Gains and losses of fractions to 1 or 2 points were scattered among the list of key stocks. Du Pont was down 2, Genera 1 Electric more than a point. American Viscose rallied more than 2 points following word of a court ruling against a move which would have blocked FMC Corp. from buying the operating assets of Avisco. FMC gained about 2. United Air Lines was a 2-point .oser on news that it is calling convertible debentures which vould add to the supply of outstanding stock upon their conversion. Chrysler held a fractional gain, eneral Motors eased and Ford vas about unchanged as they trimmed their best prices. Up more than a point were Universal Oil Products and Union Carbide. Pennsylvania Railroad, which was traded on some big blocks, held a fractional rise in a mixed rail section. Rock Island was about unchanged. IBM was a 2- point loser. Radio Corp. lost more than a point. Prices moved, irregularly high er on the American Stock Exchange in moderate trading. Corporate bonds were mixed with rails higher and utilities lower. U.S. government bonds showed little change in nuiet dealings over the counter. 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. quotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook & Co., from its Alton office. (The New York Exchange closes at |2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 120%,Gen. Motors 70 1 ,i, Granite City Steel 27 J / 8 , Olin Mathieson Chem. 42, Oweus Illinois 83%, Shell Oil 44y 4 , Sinclair! Oil 44, Socony 68%, Standard Oil (Ind.) 60%, Standard Oil (N.J.) 68, U.S. Steel 48%, Sears Chair and Awning CANVAS Printed 100% SILK ORGANZA 1.98 Value 1 .00 yd. Embroidered, White and Colored. EYELET BATISTE Large SolcclIon, Val Values to 1.98. 1 .39 ; lo $1.49 , yd. COTTON SATIJV, PRINTED PIQITE, PIMA SHEKltS nnd LINE.N ? -TYPK8_ QUADRIGA CLOTH, BORDER PRINTS. (Weekend .Special) * yds. FREE PARKING in Wood River 1.00 LOO THE 40 E. 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