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ALTOK EVfcMNG , JtTLY 8, .1963 Draws Small Attendance (AP) - Chicago's fifth international Trade Fair closed Sunday with A disappointing paid attendance for its 19-day tun but Sponsors termed it a business success. The atlendance totaled 364,252 Compared with 600,000 last year. Ralph Bergsten, its managing director, noting that there were 34 major foreign, Canadian and American exhibitors, said. "More exhibitors generated more busi* ness than ever before." The trade fair, although pri' niarily an international market Spanish Accent Seen At Furniture Showing HIGH POINT, N.C. (API There's a noticeable Spanish ac cent to furniture fashions on display at the Southern Furniture Market opening today at the spacious Southern Furniture Exposition Building in downtown High Point, The Iberian influence con tinues strong, with some companies presenting additional Med Iterraneafi or Moorish proups. 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Negroes Plan to Picket SL Louis TelephoneOffice ST. LOUIS (API—A Negro organization announce today that it will begin picketing Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. in protest against alleged job discrimination. The Metropolitan St. Louis division of the Negro American La bor Council voted to launch a campaign of "aggressive comniu nity education, picketing, mass demonstration and organized customer resistance" in an effort to achieve an "open and equal opportunity policy" in all sectors of the telephone company's operation." Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" WE INVITE COMPARISON We are proud of our Establishment, Facilities, Service and Moderate Costs. Obituaries Biondolino Mrs. Consptta Biondolino. wife of Paul Biondolino, of 118 E. 8th St., Hartford, died Saturday at 10 p.m. in St. Joseph's Hospital. She had been ill for more than three months and a patient in the hospital for three weeks. Mrs. Biondolino, the former Congetta Guarino, was born in Italy, Nov. 27, 1895. She was married in 1914 at Gretna, La., to Paul Biondolino, and they had lived in Hartford for 41 years. Surviving In addition to h e r husband arc three daughters, Mrs. Bertha McFarland and Mrs. Rosalie Pursley, Alton; and Mrs. Katherine Robertson. Maryland; four sons, Phil, New Mexico; Russell, Taylorville; and Sam and lack, Wood River; two brothers, John Guarino, Hartford, and Philip St, Louis, and three sisters, Mrs. Sarah Marmino, Mrs. Mary Biondolino and Mrs. Grace Todd, Wood River. She was preceded in deatn by a sister, Mrs. Lily Quincy in 1948; and a brother, Sam Guarino in 1927. , Mrs. Biondolino was a member of St. Bernard's Parish, Wood River, and funeral rites Tuesday at 9 a.m. will be conducted in the church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. The body is at Marks Mortuary, Wood River where friends may call after 4 p.m. today. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. today. Suhling John P. Suliling, 77, a retired farmer and life-long resident of Kampsville area, died Sunday at 4 p.m. in Smith Shelter Home Cut Flowers Floral Arrangements Member F/T.D. LEO WILLIS JR. Alton Floral Phone 466-1238 Evening 466-3617 25 • $ 800 Funeral services for Mrs. Angelina S. Maronie, wife of Dan Maronie, 601 Washington Ave., will be conducted Tuesday morning in Nativity of Our Lord Church, St. Louis. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis County. Pending time of the funeral the body will be at John Stygar & Son Funeral Home, 5541 Riverview Blvd., St. Louis. Mrs. Maronie died Saturday in Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, where _ urniture • Auto • Signature MONEY IN ONE DAY. No red tape. Mo embarrassment. Select the plan that you best . . . when you want your cash . and how long you need it Just phone come in for immediate service. HOWAJ^ FINANCE 626 E. ^&/ttJjartl/ **•"£BROADWAY T^^jf HOWARD ; ALTON, ILL. TOM HOWARDLflfe*. .2-9218 ' PRESCRIPTIONS AT ^ PHARMACY ^^ are • CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRICED • DELIVERED FREE Alton's Most Modern Pharmacy 2510 State St, — North Alton — Dial HO 5-5313 FREE PARKING NEXT TO STORE Don't be satisfied with one manufacturer. Come to Schwartz Furniture Co. and make side by side comparison of the world'j finest air conditioners—Frig- idaire—Fodders—Emerson—and others. Yes, hay fever and allergy sufferers we can give you relief at lew—-low prices and fit any window and on regular house current. Fitted with expandable sides. *127 DON'T SUFFER THIS SUMMER- LET US GIVE YOU COMFORT! HOUSE FURNISHING COMPANY SEE * FRIGIDAIRE * EMERSON * FEDDERS * HOTPOINT AIR CONDITIONERS ON DISPLAY AT SCHWARTZ'S Open PaUy » »•«"• • to 9189 P- m Open Friday 8 a.m. to f pan, Open evening* . by 4ppolirtnwnt CU 4-0101 Knmpsvillp. Me had been in ill health for some time and a patient at the shelter home for eight months. He was horn at Kampsvllle, Sept. 13, 1885. His first wife, the former Xenna Powers, died about 38 years ago, and following her death he was narritd to Etta Folles, who died three years ago. Surviving are five sons and a daughter of his first marriage and a son, Keith of Chicago, of his second marriage. The surviving children of his first marriage are Leo Suhllng, Rosewood Heights; lordon, Wood River, Clarence and Mrs. Arlefle Zumwalt, Pleasant Hill; Kenneth, Mozler, and Allle Suhllng, Kampsvllle. He also eaves two brothers, Charles and Walter, Kampsville. A brother, iVilliam, died previously. Mr. Suhling was a member and active in work of the Church of the Nazarene at Kampsvllle. The body is at Ward Funeral Home, Pleasant Mill. Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Tab- •rnacle at Summit Grove, near Kampsville. she had undergone heart Surgery Thursday. She had .been In ill health for Severn! ^ears and #n- tered the St. Louis hospital Wednesday. She was born in Italy, toec. 26, 1892. and had lived in Alton for 36 years. Surviving in addition to her husband are two daughters, M r s. Steve Swiercz, Mrs. Ralph Ftttk- erson, and a son. John Leone, children of a former marriage; a sister, Mrs. Laura Marracco, and n brother, Charles RandaZza, St. Louis, and five step-children, Cn- melo, Jasper, Sam and John Mn- rionie, Alton, and Mrs. Virginia Snndstrom, Long Beach, Calif. Darr JERSEYVILLE—Funeral services for Ronald Eugene Darr, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Darr, who died Saturday in Cardinal Glennon Hospital, St. Louis, were conducted at 2 p.m. today in Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home by the Rev. Daniel Middleton. Burial was in Shipman Cemetery. Surviving beside his parents are a brother, Randall Allen; paternal grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Chester Darr, Medora, and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rothe, Jerseyville. Maronie ALTON FALSTENA DUSTMAN Services 2:30 p.m. Wednesday Funeral Home ALTON-WOOD RIVE BETHALTO Gabriel BUNKER HILL — Mrs. Adele Elizabeth Gabriel, widow of Arthur Gabriel, died Saturday at 1 p.m. in Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. She was 74. The former Adele Elizabeth HeU mick, she was born April 17,1889, in St. Louis, to the late Mr. and Mrs. William Helmick. Two daughters, Doris and Rosemary Gabriel, Bunker Hill, and a son, Robert, Alton, survive. She also leaves two sisters, Misses Lillian and Eleanor Helmick, St. Louis, and four grandchildren. Her husband died in January of 1963, and a brother also preceded her in death. The body is at Jacoby-Wise Fun eral Home where services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. by the Rev. Norvin Blake and the Rev. Ollie Weaver. Burial will be in Wood Cemetery. Visitation hours at the funeral home will be after 3 p.m. Tuesday. Dustman In failing health for several years, Mrs. Falstena Dustman, wife of Henry Dustman of Foster Township, died Sunday at 11:55 a.m. at her home. The former Falstena Schulte, she was the last of nine children of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Schulte. She was born Jan. 14, 1894, in Foster Township where she spent nearly all of her life. She was a member of Ernmans Lutheran Church, Dorsey. Surviving beside her husband to whom she was married 49 years ago, are two sons, Marion John, Godfrey, and Lellion Benhart, Dorsey; four grandchildren and a step-grandchild. A son, Muriel died in 1927, and the following brothers and sisters preceded her in death: John, Ben and Henry Schulte; Mrs. Hiske Gerdes, Mrs. Maggie Gerdes, Mrs. Annie Kanter, Mrs. Mary Schultz, and Mrs. Minnie Kanter. Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home, Alton, by the Rev. Duncan Stevenson. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at the funeral home. Clark CARROLLTON — Joseph E. Clark, retired farm manager and former cigar manufacturer, ROXANA DRUG STORE "Prescription Specialists" An Independent Store - Not Affiliated With Any Chain or Group. HOURS: 9 A.M. to 10 P.M. DAILY DURING WEEK. PHONE CL 4-8724 WHITE PATENT Duty Shoes ... Made of DuPont Pattina TRIOS $Q99 ; 8 William Witt Kilos Comlttrlcfl Fxlfleral services for William Witt, retired Owens Illinois em- dye, ttter* cotlfltlctcd at 10 a.m. today in Morrow-Quinn Mortuary by the Rev. Paul S. Krebs, paster of Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church. Burial was in Alton Cemetery, Pali- bearers were Pete Camhron, Jack Hickey, Torry Miller. Victor Grain, David lleh, and Ward Boettger. Lodge Rites Today For J. Grealhoiise Memorial services of IOOF Lodge, will be conducted at 7:30 p.m. today In Marks Mortuary, Wood River, by members of Wood River Lodge, for James W. Grenthouse. Mr. Greathouse, a member of the lodge, and a retired Shell Oil Co., employe, died Friday. Funeral rites will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Mortuary. SAW A FIBBUUG FRANKFORT, Ky. UP) — Kentucky uses two airplanes to detect forest fires that each year destroy about $350,000 worth of timber in stale forests. During the first year of opera tion, the planes discovered 8J fires and even spotted a man deliberately setting one. He wa arrested at the scene. died Saturday at 10:30 p.m. in Boyd Memorial Hospital where be had been a patient for several weeks. A life-long resident of Carrollton area he was born Feb. 11, 1880, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Clark. His wife, the former Mary Seely, died March 2, 1958, and six sisters died previously. Surviving are a son, Joseph, Carrollton; a grandson,, and a great-granddaughter. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Simpson Funeral Home by the Rev. Roger F. Christiansen pastor of Carrollton Methodist Church. Burial will be hi City Cemetery. Wounded Youth Captures 4 Armed Men GREENCASTLE, Ind. (AD—A young Hoosler, wounded as ho nnd his teen-age brother captured four prison escapees, was listed in fair condition today at Ireencastle Hospital. ttoy Sanders. 23. Polans, was shot in the shoulder in an exchange of gunfire with fouf men ivho fled the Indiana Penal Farm at Putnamvllle last Wednesday night. Roy and his brother, William, 17, discovered the quartet SfltttN day night ns they recheckcd abandoned buildings near Cunot on Cataract Lake south of the state farm. Roy said after he was wounded, he relumed fire with a .30 caliber rifle and the four fugitives gave up. The escapees, Billy H. Howell, 32, Evansville, nnd Larry W. Thurston, 18, Landon G. Dryer, 21, and Blllie P. Allen, 40, all of Indianapolis, were held today at Owen County Jail In Spencer on burglary charges for a farmhouse breakin Friday night near Poland. Roy held the escapees at gun point, while his brother notified police. Indianapolis Driver Midge! Champion PLAINFIBLD, Ind. (AP)-Bill Cangany, Indianapolis, won the AA division of national quarter- midget auto racing championships Sunday. Winners were crowned in fiv« divisions in the three-day meet for youngsters aged 5-15 driving scale models of racing cars. Among the victors was Chuck Russell, Danville, 111., who cap lured the B modified division. Garcia Mrs. Florence Garcia, wife of Joseph Garcia of 914 State St., died Sunday at 12:30 p.m. in Barnes Hospital, St. Louis where she had been a patient for one month. Mrs. Garcia had been in ill health for six years and in and out of the hospitsd several times. A native of Mexico, she was born Oct. 28, 1897. She came to Alton from Mexico in 1921 and was married here Oct. 27, 1927, to Joseph Garcia, in St. Mary's Church. Beside her husband, she is survived by a son, Albert Moran of Mexico; a sister, Mrs. Arcadia Burjas of Mexico, and sue grandchildren. Three brothers and a sister died previously. Mrs. Garcia was a member of SS. Peter &. Paul's Parish and funeral rites Wednesday at 9 a.m. will be conducted in the church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. The body is at Staten Chapel, where friends may call after 4 p.m. Tuesday. The Rosary will be recited Tuesday at 8 p.m. Speir BUNKER HILL — Funeral services for Arthur G. Speir, 81, former Bunker Hill druggist, who died Friday in Chicago, will be conducted Tuesday. Rites will be at 1:30 p.m. in Jacoby-Wise Funeral Home followed by burial in Bunker Hill Cemetery. The body is scheduled to arrive in Alton Tuesday morning. Leuck Deborah Ann Leuck was pro* nounced dead at birth today at 2:30 a.m. in St. Joseph's Hospital. Deborah Ann was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Leuck, 158 S. 8th St., Wood River. In addition to her parents, she is survived by grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Joseph P. Leuck Jr., of East Alton and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hays of San Diego, Calif,; and great-grandmother, Mrs. J, P. Leuck Sr. of Kansas City, Kan. Committal rites will be conducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday in St. Joseph's Cemetery by the Rev. Father E. J. Douglas. BELFAST — A 100 yenr old castle in Ireland is to be turned into a 300 room motel. Ex-CoiiVkt Slain Near St. Louis ST. LOUIS .(Afr-A frequently arrested ex-convict wns found shot lo death In n desolate pnrt of South St. Louis today, the second such gangster style execution in loss thrtrt a week. He wns Qfirald Box, 21, who In 1959 was sentenced to six years in prison for armed robbery. He had hnen arrested for burglary, aggravated battery, larceny and assault. He was shot once in the head. Donald Leroy Fanning, 81, often convicted robbery and burglar, was shot five times in the head and back Tuesday and pitched out of a car on a lonely road in St. Charles County, Mo., north of St. Louis. Blonde Wins Miss Indiana Queen Title MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. 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