Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 2, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 2, 1963
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ALTON EVENING Obituaries Mtihm . Stella Welsh Muhm of 2838 tJads Ave., St. Louis, formerly of Godfrey, will be conducted Wed- Msday at 10 a.m. in immaculate Conception Church, St. Louis, followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery, .the former Stella Welsh she Was born in Godfrey, a daughter t>! the late Mr, .and Mrs. Thomas ft. Welsh, Her husband, Emil Muhm, preceded her in death. Survivors are a sister, Mrs. Gertrude Fingleton, St. Louis, and nieces and nephews. The body is at Schnur Funeral Home, 3125 Lafayette St., St. Louis. Morm ino in ill health for eight years, Ross Mormino St., of 227 S. Main St., Wood River, died at 12:20 a. m. today in Riverview iNursing Home where he hed been a patient since Friday. Mr. Mormino, 81, was a retired American Oil Co. employe. He Worked as a brick layer at the refinery and had completed 31 years with the company at time of his retirement in 1947. He was born in Sicily. May 24, 1882, and came to the United States, and to Wood River area ii 1906. Mr. Mormino was a member of Wood River Italian Lodge and of St. Bernard's Parish, Wood River. Surviving are his wife, the former Sarah Guarino, to whom he was married Feb. 3, 1912, in Napoleonville, La., five sons, Angelo, Rosewood Heights; Ross Jr., John, Sam, and Leo, Wood River; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Lekic, Grand Junction, Colo., and Katheryn Mormino, Wood River; three brothers, Sam, Alton; Louis, Wood River, and Joseph, Italy; a Former Pastor Visits Friends At Carrollton CARROLLTON - The Rev. and Mrs. S. Morris Eames and daughter, Ann, of St, Louis were guests Sunday of Miss Julia Pierson. The Rev. Eames is a former pastor of the local Christian Church and has been a teacher of philosophy at Washington University. The Rev. Eames will not return to Washington University this fall, having accepted a teaching position at the Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Mrs. Eames has also accepted a part- time teaching position at SIU, Marriage Licenses CARROLLTON-T h r e e marriage licenses were issued during the weekend at the office of Richard McLane, Greene county clerk. One was issued June 2S to Keith L. Smith of Scottville, and Miss Evelyn K. Smith of White Hall. Two were issued July 1. One was to Robert L. Howlmid of Towanda and Miss Carolyn Ann Pohlman of Bloomington, and the other to Dennis Price and Miss Frances Baumgartner, both of Carrollton. TUESDAY, 2, 1963 AREA INDUCTEES sister, Josephine, Italy, and 18 grandchildren. Funeral services will be con- .ducted Friday at 9 a.m. in St. Bernard's Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. The body is at Marks Mortuary where friends may call after 7 p. m. Wednesday. The Rosary will be recited Thursday at 8 p.m. Smith SHIPMAN—Mrs. Emma Smith, wife of George Franklin Smith of Plainview, died at 8 p.m. Monday in Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. She entered the St. Louis hospital a week ago and prior to that had been in Carlinville Area Hospital. Mrs. Smith, 70, was born Aug. 25, 1892, at Palmyra. She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Crawford. In addition to her husband she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Ebert Hull, Palmyra, and Mrs. Ralph Herr, New Berlin. Four brothers and a sister preceded here in death. Funeral rites will be conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. in Jacoby- Wise Funeral Home. Burial will be in Shipman Cemetery. Visitation hours at the funeral home will be after 3 p.m. Wednesday. Hellrung Rites Conducted Today A Solemn Requiem High Mass, with Msgr. James Suddes as celebrant, was sung at 9 a.m. today in'St. Mary's Church for John H. Hellrung, 92. The Rev. Father Richard Niebruegge was deacon of the Mass 'and the Rev. Father Vincent Worland, sub-deacon. Msgr. Suddes delivered th§ sermon and officiated at committal rites in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Nephews were pallbearers. They were Walter Schenk, Robert, Bert, Mark, Fred and Thomas Wuellner. Eldred ELDRED — Sunday guests at the Leslie Flatt home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dawdy Jr., and son and Harry Graham of White Hall. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds. Mrs. Albert Booth and son, Bobby of Roodhouse, and Mrs. Alvln Dyer and children of Carrollton visited Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Lee Bushnell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Pegram and family moved Saturday from the Frank Schild property to Carrollton. Mrs. Irl Davidson has returned from a weeks visit with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Stillwell, of Bethalto. Mr. and Mrs;. Lloyd Ussery of Jerseyville spent Sunday with Mrs. Ussery's mother, Mrs. Cecil Bechdoldt. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schroeder of Indianapolis, Ind., spent the Six Madison County youths reported for induction at the Edwardsville Selective Service office Monday morning. Left to right are: Ronald Kueker, Caseyville; John Reynolds (volunteer), Collinsville; John Prtiett, Wood River; William Chartrand (volunteer), Edwardsville; John Lawson, Alton; and Ronald Dunbar, Alton. Eight Steel Firms Named In Price Fix Robert Burns. EAGER TO SERVE. DEDICATED TO PLEASE. MODERATE CHARGES. weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schroeder. The Coffee Shop operated by Mrs. Danny Foreman moved Sunday from the Gilbert property to property owned by Zoda Richter. Ritcher recently purchased the store building that was originally the Otto Goode Grocery from John Hendrickson. Upper Alton Burial For Mrs. Groshans Funeral services for Mrs. Charlotte Emma Groshans, widow of Robert J. Groshans, were conducted at 2 p.m. Monday in Gent Chapel by the Rev. Charles Stevens, pastor of Alton Evangelical Church. Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Paul Ruppert, Ernest Blair, Harold Schulte, Harold Albers, Orville Farrell and Arnold Freer. Rites Today for C. D. Kellenberger Funeral services for Charles D. Kellenberger, 77, of 2713 Bostwick St., were conducted at 9 am. today in St. Patrick's Church with the Rev. Father Frank Westhoff as celebrant of the Requiem High Mass. Father Westhoff also officiated at committal rites in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallberaers were Algy Appanaitis, L. E. Stiritz, William Heyde, Edward Kohle, Earl Kiney, and NEW YORK (AP) - A federal grand jury indicted eight steel firms and nine of their officials today on charges of conspiring to fix prices in the $75-million-a- year-steel castings industry. The firms, including Blaw-Knox Co. of Pittsburgh, largest castings manufacturer in the country, were accused of engaging in the conspiracy from 1956 to 1961. T,he Justice Department said the indictment was the fourth returned by fedfral grand juries in New York City in the past 15 mcnths involving conspiracies to fix prices for steel products. Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy said the defendants are charged \vith holding n'onthly meetings in hotel? in New York, Pittsburgh and Absecond N.J., to discuss ?nd agres'upon prices. Thebe firms and officers ware Bethalto Abates Tax On Muny Water Bonds BETHALTO — The Bethalto Village Board, Monday . night, passed a resolution to abate collecting of any taxes on the outstanding general obligation bonds of the village's water company. Mayor Erwin Plegge told the Telegraph the village won't levy a tax but will pay the bonds out of revenue from the water facility. The board dfd pass a tax levy charge-d with- violating the Sherman Antitrust Act: General Steel industries, Inc., Granite City, 111., and Howard F. Park Jr., vice president for sales. Bethlehem Sieel Co., Bethlehem, Pa., anil Erb Gurney, its sales, Torgings, castings and special pro- Corp., ordinance, appropriating $32,500 for general operation of the city, which includes street lighting, road and street improvement, fire and police protection, etc. An expenditure of $500 was approved for the purchase of a fogging machine to be used in mosquito control. Last summer the village hired the fogging done. Piasa Motor Fuel was awarded the road oil and liquid asphalt contract for the road improvement work. Piasa, the low bidder, will charge 11.5 cents per gallon for road oil and 14.5 cents per gallon for liquid asphalt, which they will apply to the streets after grading has been done. The board approved the placing of two additional stop signs in the NEW YORK (AP)-The stock village. They will be located at News of Stocks Issues Hold Most Gains market held gains late this afternoon in a substantial re- Trading tapered off WASHINGTON — A team of economists has urged the loan oJ $390 million to Indonesia for her economic development. Three Ambulances- Oxygen Equipped— Constantly At Your Command AH UN-WOOD RIV BE1HALIO HELEN M. WRIGHT Services 10:00 a.m. Wednesday in the Chapel. Rev. W. Freeman Privett officiating. B\iria! In Upper Alton Cemetery. In state at the Chapel. Funeral Home All ON, lUINOIb ducts Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Philadelphia. Blaw-Kiior Co., Pittsburgh, and Sylvester J. Moran, vice president of its equipment division, and Benjamin P. Hammond, vice president for eastern castings sales. Erie Forge & Steel Corp., Erie, Pa., and board chairman Emil Lange. Textron Inc., Providence, R.I. and Thomas F. Dorsey, and Clyde L. Hassel, president and vice president of its Pittsburgh Steel Foundry Co. division. Birdsboro Corp., Birdsboro, Pa. and G. Clymer Brooke, chairman of the board. The Perm Steel Castings Co., Chester, Pa., and Alvin M. An dorn, board chairman and president. Khrushchev Raps JFKs Berlin Trip BERLIN (AP)—Soviet Premier Khrushchev said today he regarded President Kennedy's performance last week in Berlin and Germany as "a dangerous development." Addressing thousands of Communists at a rally in Red-ruled East Berlin, the Soviet leader said President Kennedy was competing with France "for the old West German widow." Khrushchev said he drew this conclusion from the U.S. President's speech in West Berlin, which he said was different from a "sober" Kennedy speech at the American University in Washington a few weeks ago. Hiiito 11 Rites Held Monday Evening Funeral services for Miss Poro- thy Hinton were held Monday night at St. Paul Baptist Church, with the Rev. Preston Frazjer officiating. Burial was in Alton Cemetery this morning. Pallbearers were Donald Hin ton, William Connors, Charles Tyson, Spencer Tyson, Lonnie Hinton and Eugene Hinton. after a fairly brisk buying drive, drive. Volume for the day was estimated at 3.4 million shares compared with 3.38 million Monday. Motors, airlines and rails were prominent in the recovery movement which followed a steep down trpnd. Prices met support as they touched the 700 level in the Dow Jones industrial average. Gains of key stocks ran from fractions to a point or more. More volatile issues recovered several points of recent losses. • "> Gains of about 7 points were posted for IBM and Xerox. Polaroid added about 5. Chrysler was strong, rising more than a point in a rebound from heavy selling Monday. Ford made a similar gain. General Motors added a fraction. Steels were narrowly mixed amid news of price-fixing indictments. The rails swept ahead on a broad front, most of their gains fractional. Union Carbide rose about 2. made by Allied Chemical, Gains of about a point were American Telephone, Texaco, Liggett & Meyers, Merck and General Electric. Prices on the American Stock Exchange were mostly higher. Corporate bonds were narrowly mixed. U. S. government bonds declined. - ZOYSIA SOD AND PLUGS For o Beautiful Lawn NOW AVAILABLE AT Home Nursery P'Adriun Gardens, Godfrey — Phone 468-1236 »lh & Edwardsville Kd., Wood River ^ Phone 3M-2841 Wake up rariri to without nagging backache Second and Walnut streets and Corbin Street and West Drive. A plat of three lots on West Drive was accepted by the board. Larry Evans, owner of the property, presented the plat and told the board he wanted to subdivide the land into the three lots. The village attorney, Bruce Quackenbush, was directed to draft an ordinarice for controlling the use of air rifles in the village. He was also directed tfy the board to revise the present .fire arms ordinance. The board denied-the request for establishing a package liquor store on Rte. 140 within the village limits. Tonight the mayor'will take the board members on a tour of the village, showing the new members progress on sewer work, street improvement, etc. The mayor has announced a park advisory board meeting will be held July 16, 7:30 p.m. at the village hall. Wood River Women Attend Convention WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Joseph Chiado and Miss Frances Harshbarger, both former president of Wood River .Eagles Auxiliary, returned Sunday from a state convention at Waukegan. Both were judges of ritualistic team performances at the convention. Now! You can get the fast relief you need from nagging backache, headache and muscular aches and pains (hat often cause restless nights and miserable tired-out feelings. When these discomforts come on with over-exertion or stress and strain -you want relief- want it fasti Another disturbance may be mild bladder irritation following wrong food and drink -often setting up a restless uncomfortable feeling. Doan's Fills work fast in 3 separate ways: 1. by speedy pain-relieving action to ease torment of nagging backache, headaches, muscular aches and pains. 2. by soothing effect on bladder tion. 3. by mud diuretic action (ending to increase output of the JS miles of kidney tubes, Pnjoy a good night's sleep and the same happy relief millions Ijavp over 60 years, ?pr convenience, ask for the large ci/B^r ' Doan's If your child's school offered a daily physical education period —including at least 15 minutes of vigorous, activity—the physical fitness of our nation's youth could be improved. It's a fact that nearly one- third of our children lack the Strength and endurance to pass simple physical achievement tests! Your child could be among them, That's why you should know as much about your school's physical education program as you know about its academic program. Precisely how much time is given to physical education daily? Precisely what kind of activity does it include? For information about a program that any school can carry out—and that has made a vast improvement in the fitness of many youngsters—write to The President's Council on Physical Fitness, Washington 25, D.C. Published H » public »ervlco In cwp«ratlon With the Adv«r|ii|ng CaWKll andth* Ntwt- fiftl Adv«Ml3lnj £»• Commodities Turn Weak CHICAGO (API-Profit cashing became rather, general in the grain futures market today and most commodities turned weak in spots on The Board of Trade, but soybeans maintained a strong range. Setbacks ran to more than 2 cetits a bushel with rye the weakest. All soybean deliveries still Were ahead in the early afternoon With sonie months up about 4 cents. Carlot recripts today were estimated at: wheat 41 cars, corn 49, oats none, rye none, barley 12, soybeans 7, '•> CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No. 1 red L89'4; corn No. 1 yellow 1.34V6; No 2 1.34&; No 3 1.33U- V6; soybeans No 1 yellow 2.8U; No 2 2.80; soybean oil Livestock Prices ? At East i% Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., (AP) - (tJSDA) -» Hogs 9,000: 1-2 190-240 lb barrows «UKJ gilts largely 18.3545; mostly 18.65 down; few 2-3 270-280 jb 17.00-25; 1-3 lttt-196 lb 17.25-18.23; 1-2 150170 tb 15.50-17.25; 12(5450 lb 12.75 15.75; ,1-3 SOAVS 275-350 lb 15.50- I6.00;;f850-400 i lb 14.50-15.50; 2-3 <iOO.§0&'-lb 13.50-14,80; §00-625 lb 13.00-50! boars over 250 lb largely 10.25. .--,. Cattle 4,000: Calves 330! choice 950-1,200 lb steers 22.7&-23.50; good 21.SO-22.50; cholde 4750-950 lb 22.00-50; gpdd 21.00-75; few standard 19:00-21.00; utility cows 14.00-16.50; bulls; good and choice vealers 23.00-27.00; few high choice 28.00; standard low good 19.00-23.00; good choice calves 19.00-23.00. Sheep 1,300: good and choice 80400 lb spring lambs 19.00-21.50; utility good 15.0048.00. Want things? Watch the Want Ads 12 Settled Stock* 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 121%, Gen. Motors 70%, Granite City Steel 27^, Olln Mathieson Cherh. 42, Owens-Ill. , Shell Oil 44, Sinclair 4414, Socony,69, Standard Oil (Ind.) 60, Standard (NJ) 67%, U. S. Steel 48, Sears 89, Produce Prices At Si, Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs and Ive poultry: . Eggs, consumer grades, A large 32-33, A medium 26-27, A small 19-20, B large 27-28, wholesale jratlcs, standard 26-27, unclassl- ied 23-24, checks 18-20. Hen,s, heavy 12-13, llgnt over 5 bs 9-10, under 5 Ibs 7-8, commer- on 16 Muturtl Following Is n list of 16 fmitiini investment fund stock quotations provided to the Telegraph by Newhnrd, Cook Co., through Its Alton office. These stocks ara selected on the basis of thelf sales nnd ownership In the area, closing. Issue, tyd; Affil. Fund 8.01 Bmad St 14.01 Bullock M,;30 Canlt. Shrs', 10.88 Divld Shrs 3.39 Fid. Cnp 8.53 Fid. Flind 15.97 Fid. Tr 13.91 Fund Inv 9.74 Keystone K-2 .... 5.15 Keystone S-4 .... 4.1.7' Mass. Tr. .'<....-. 14.59 Mass. Grill 8.08 Nation W. Sec. .. 22.48 Nat. Inves 15.06 Tevev. El 7.41 Ashed. 8.67 15,15 14.58 11.92 3.71 3.27 17.26 15.12 10.67 5.62 456 15.95 8,83 24.32 16.28 8.08 cial broilers and fryerf> 1G',6-17. $ 127 4,000 BTU Don't be satisfied with one manufacturer. Come to Schwartz Furniture Co. and make side by side comparison of the world's finest air conditioners—Frig- idaire—Fedders—Emerson—and others. 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