Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1963 · Page 21
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Alton, Illinois
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, JULV 10,1963 ALtfON EVENING TELEGRAPH Rust Says Race Crisis Weakens U.S. Position WASHINGTON (AP)-Secfetflty ot State Bean Rusk told Congress today "the present racial crisis divides and weakens, and chat* lettges, the nation both at home and In the world struggle in which we are engaged," "I deeply hope that Ihe issues Involved can he approached oh Ihe basis ot genuine bipartisanship, just as are the broad objectives ot this country's foreign policy," he told the Senate Commerce Committee. Rusk testified In support of a bill to ban racial' discrimination by stores, hotels, restaurants, and other private establishments serving the public. It Is a key part ot the administration's civil rights program, Another Cabinet member, Secretary of Welfare Anthony J. Celebrezze, strongly endorsed other administration proposals dealing with elimination of school segregation and racial discrimination In federally aided programs. He testified before a House Judiciary Subcommittee. Rep. Emanuel Cellcr, D-N.Y., chairman of the House group, an nounced a July 31 dealine for completion of his subcommittee's hearings and said he would "brook no delay." Night hearing? will be held If necessary to meet Ihe deadline, Cellor said. Rusk described freedom as the central issue in the world struggle, and said that, "In waging this world struggle, we are seriously handicapped by racial or religious discrimination in the United Slates." He also said that the Commu nists clearly regard racial discrimination "as one of their most valuable assets." If Congress does not approve legislation designed to remove remaining discriminatory practices Rusk said, "hostile propaganda might be expected to hurt us more than H has hurt us until now." Rusk said the special concern of the State Department is the treatment of nonwhite diplomats and visitors to the United States. Celebrezze urged approval of a proposal to authorize federal grants and loans to school systems that are trying lo desegregate but having difficulty doing so. The funds would be used for (raining key personnel, providing guidance and counseling, and providing operating funds for school boards in case state funds are withheld because they are desegregating their schools. He also endorsed a proposal au thorizing withdrawal of federal Hitchhiking Gunman Captured CARBONDALK, III. (AP) - A hitchhiking gunman jumped into I he driver's seat As Mrs. Aletn .T. Soprano waited with her two sons at a grocery store, threatened her with a pisiol and sped oul of Obituaries Scoggins RBPOHT OF CONDITION OF "GODFREY STATE RANK" of Godfrey, in the State of Illinois at the close o[ business on Published in Response to Call of The Director of Financial Institutions of the State of Illinois A S S K T S 3. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items In process of collection ................. V^'« I 2. United States Governmentobligations$ 254,117.50 5. Total securities .................... 254,117.50 6. Less, reserves applicable lo items (2), (3), and (4) .......... . .................. None 8. Loans and discounts ................ 911,306.33 9. Less reserve for bad debts .......... 2,736.14 10. Bank premises owned $29,542.80*, furniture and fixtures ............... 3.5,b()2.56 14, Other assets (Item 6 of "Other Assets" schedule) ........................................ 495 ' 055 ' 3 ' 1 ., C iii7 K n 254,117.50 ono - 7n1Q 908,570.19 6,U45.3b 139.00 15. TOTAL ASSETS 'Leasehold Imp. 1,721,027.39 town. Fifty minutes later, nt a road block on Illinois 13 near Harrisburg, 40 miles east of Carbondale, the assailant was taken prisoner and Mrs. Soprano, 29, and Mark, 2, and Michael, 10, were released unharmed. The man seized by Saline County authorities and slate troopers was Inken to the Jackson County Jail In Murphysboro, where he said he was George Bnmwski, 26, of Jamaica, NY. At: first he told officers Ills name was Tony Spano. He said he was hitchhiking across the country. Mrs, Soprano said she was wnil- ing with her sons in their car for her husband, Alfred, who is employed in the store. When her husband came oul of Ihe slore wilh a third' child, he saw the car speeding away and sounded the alarm. Slate police and sheriffs in adjoining counties were alerted and toad blocks set up. Officers s,aid the man surrendered without resistance. Livestock Prices Al East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP)-(USDA)-Hogs 6,000; U.S. No. 1-2 200-240 Ib barrows and gills moslly 18.25-50; few 18.60; 50 lead 18.65; 2-3 250-270 Ib 17.5018.00; 1-3 170490 Ib -16.75-17.25; 1-2 150-170 Ib 15.25-17.00; 120-150 Ib 12.25-15.50; sows 1-3 275-350 Ib 15.50-16.00; 350-400 Ib 14.25-15.50; 2-3 400-500 Ib 13.00-14.50; bulk 13.25-14.25; 500-625 Ib 12.00-13.50; boars bulk 10.50-13.50; one lot 190 Ib 13.75. Catlle 2,500; calves 250; choice 950-1,225 Ib 24.00-25.00; couple loads 1,200-1,225 Ib included at 24.50; good 22.50-24.00; few good _ I A B I L I T IKS 16. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 721,< 17* Time and savings deposits of individ- •uals, partnerships, and corporations 387,262.02 18. Deposits of U. S. Government, (mclud- ing postal savings) :v.".-: ."" «a,'5s2'2o 19. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 282,49b.<12 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS (items 16 to 21) 1,407,119.00 (a) Total demand deposits 875,647.51 (b) Total time and savings deposits 531,4il.49 26. Other liabilities (Item 7 of "Other Liabilities" schedule) 28,995.60 In 111 health for fttowt « year and a half, Mrs. Verna Scogglns, 77, of Worden died at 7:15 a.m. today in Community Memorial Hospital in Staunton, where she had been a patient since June 14. Mrs. Scogglhs was Horn Jan. 6, 1886 in Madison County near Worden, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Best. She was married to Edgar Scoggins in 1909 at Edwardsville. He preceded her In death in November of 1962 Also preceding her in ddath are three sisters and a brother. Survivors Include one daughter Mrs. Ruby Chapman of Worden a granddaughter, Mrs. Pefr> llartnett of Worden and two great grandchildren. Mrs. Scoggins was a member o the Worden Methodist Church. The body is at the Williamson Funeral Homo in Worden wher friends may call after Thursday. Services will 4 p.m be con ducted al the funeral home Fri day at 2 p.m. by the Rev. Jon Cockrell, pastor of Worden Met! odlst Church. Burial will be i Wordon City Cemetery. companied by their husbands and amilies, left Tuesday evening to attend the funeral. The body is at Hensley Funeral lome, Plensant Plains. Commidiil Kites For Harris Infant Committal riles for the Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richarc M. Harris, Davis Lane, Brighton wore conducted Saturday in Allon Cemetery by Ihe Rev. Frank Me Duffeo, pastor of Godfrey Congro gfltional Church. The bnby was pronounced dnat at birth Saturday in Alton Me mortal Hospital. Survivors beside Ihe parents are a sister, Sherry, and brothers, Michael, and Mark, and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Harris, .Godfrey. Requiem High Mass Sung for Garcia A-Requiem High Mass was sung al 9 a.m. loday in SS. Peter & Paul's Church for Mrs. Florence Alexander Atetu* af Gmim Futures Turn Weak CHICAGO (AP)—Grain futures irices turned mostly weak today is speculators Ronrrally barked awiiy from long positions pending •Icvplopmenls in a threatpnwl rail strike and issuance of the ROV- 'rnmnnt's July crop report. Speculators covered short positions In the nearby months mid sold others. Trade, was light al though overnighl export businc--;. 1 in corn wns larger than for several days. Carlo! receipts today were nsli mated al: wheat 170 ears, corn 89, oats 3, rye none, barley none soybeans 17. CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat No red 1.85%; No 1 red mixed 1.83% No 1 hard 1 .fl7%-98 1 xi; No :l yellov hard 1.97%. Corn No 5 yollnv 1.32; sample grade yellow 1.26% No oats or soybean sales. Soybean oil 9%n. Wheat Prev. High Low Close close 1.82V8 1.83 1.84 1.S<1% Club Sues To Regain Premises EDWARDSVJLU5 — The Mile-i<-H this morning, the Milo-O-Mo O-Mo Fishing Club, in a chancery uit filed today in Cireuit Court, Is enking (o 7'eRain control of its rounds on McAdams Highway near Cliflon Trrrarr from a former president of the club. Club recited it had been lessee of the 2.4-acre tract, owned until late in March bv' Owens-Tllinois Glass Co., in Godfrey Township along 'Mc-Adfims Higlnvsiy. The club, a not-for-profit Illi- •[<!„, ( .|,,i, i,.,,) maintained Ihe lois corporation, named as rlrfnn-l) ,.,„.( ;|M( | f . r ,,<.|f.<i n clubhouse lants in the suit Robert P. Noblr j tM| j| ( | Jm , w luch was remodeled and his wife, Thotla, of Alton. Thp|, iml i m |, mv i'd in IflTiS al a cost of suit alleges thai Noble bought the |m)| . ( , , h . m jr, ()no a ,.,. ort |j, 1(4 lo Hie aroperty for himself and now ( . om p|,,j M | lolds a county liquor license toj nuring the past three years tin operate the former club as a pub-j ( ,|,,|, h . 1( | |,,, ( , M nPK oli;itinK with the of Inn land and pay ntt its 6Wt- standing on the cllJbt*)tW» lie tavern. As recited in the complaint f!l- -Rails, issues air-1 ad- Sep Dec Mar May 1904 The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Alexander of 916 W fith St., died at 5:50 a.m. toda> in St:. Joseph's Hospital wher he had been taken Tuesday af lernoon after he became ill un expectedly at his home. His death occurred on th first anniversary of his birth. The baby, Virgil V. Alexander, was born July 10, 1962, in St. Joseph's Hospital where his mother is employed as a nurse's aide in the pediatric department. Mrs. Alexander was off duty Tuesday when her son became ill and she took him to the hospital after consulting a pediatrician. Surviving beside his parents are his grandparents, V. Alexander of Chicago, and Mrs. Lily Garcia, wife of Joseph Garcia, 914 Stale SI. The Rev. Father Peter Berloldo was celebranl of the Mass and 19 officiated at commillal rites in St. Jul Joseph's Cemetery. Sep Pallbearers were Gonzalo Acosta, Cruz Moreno, Victor Cruz, Pole Medina, Leo Nieto and An- tanac'io Con/ales. Borcky Interment In Hickory Grove CARROLLTON — Funeral services for Joseph L. Borcky will be held at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Mackey Funeral Home in Roodhouse. Burial will be in Hickory Grove Cemetery at Wrights. Friends may call al the funeral home after 2 p.m. Thursday. with small 28.75-24.00; end choice average included to high choice heifers with prime end 9501,000 Ib 24.35-24.50; bulk good and choice 22.00-23.50; utility cows 14.00-15.50; utility lo good bulls 17.00-19.50; good and choice veal- ers 24.00-28.00; few head high choice 29.00; good and choice calves 19.00-23.00; few to 24.00. Sheep 900; opening slow; few 27. TOTAL LIABILITIES : 1,436,114.60 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 28. Capital: (a) Common stock, total nar value 150,000.00 (b) Preferred stock 350,00000 29. Surplus 75,000.00 30. Undivided profits 59,912.79 32. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 284,912:79 33. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1,721,027.39 I, Richard A. Finley, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly SWEAR that the above statement is true, and that it fullv and correctly represents the true state of the several matters herein contained and set 'forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief. ct _ Attesl . RICH ARD A. FINLEY JOSEPH J. SPRINGMAN SR. ) G V ELLIS ) Directors. JULIAN FRIEDMAN ) State of Illinois, County of Madison, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day of July, 1963. My commission expires (Seal) good and 19.00-21.00; 21.50. choice choice spring lambs and prime to Ma'e Alexander, Alton, great-grandparents, Mr. and and Mrs. W. L. Johnson, with whom the infant and his parents made their home. The body is at Staten Chapel pending funeral arrangements. Halliday 1.84% 1.84 1.90% 1.89% 1.90 1.90% 1.93% 1.92% 1.92% 1.93'/ a 1.88% 1.86% 1.87% 1.88% 1.65 l / 2 1-61 1.67% 1.63 1.62'/2 l.65'/ 2 1.64 1.67'4 Corn Jul Sep Dec Mar May Oats .lul Sep Dec Mat- May Rye Jul Sep Dec Mai- May 1.3014 1.29% 1.30 1.29'/a 1.25% 1.24% 1.25% 1.24% 1.20 1.19% 1.19% 1.19% 1.23% 1.22% 1.22% 1.22% 1.25% 1.24% 1.24% 1.25 .69% .72% .73% .73% .67% .68% .71% .73% .73% .67% .69 .72 .73% .73 l /2 .68% .68% .71% .73% .73% 1.27 1.26 1.27 1.26% 1.30% 1-29% 1.30% 1.29% 1.33% 1.32% 1.33% 1.32% 1.36V* 1.34% 1.36% 1.35 1.34 1.32% 1.34 1.32% aid for any program in which ra- cil discriminalion is practiced. His department administers more than 100 programs totaling $3.7 billion which would be covered by such a provision, he said. A separate bill that would call for a mandatory cutoff of funds in federal educational programs was to have been acted on by a House Education subcommittee, but its chairman, Rep. John H. Dant, D-Pa., said further work was needed to work out language generally agreed upon by the subcommiltee Tuesday. Morris J. Halliday, 830 Danforth St., senior shift foreman at American Oil Co., died this morning at St. Anthony's Hospital. The body is at Morrow-Quinn Funeral Home where funeral arrangements are pending. Humphress John E. Humphress of Pleasant Plains, father of Mrs. Jack Rye and Mrs. Robert Orr, East Alton, died -Tuesday according to word received by area relatives. He was 62. Mr. Humphress, a highway em- ploye, had been in failing health, but died unexpectedly. Mrs. Rye and Mrs. Orr, ac- REPORT OF CONDITION OF "THE BANK OF ALTON" in the State of Illinois at the close of business on June 28, 1963. Published in Response to Call of The Director of Financial Institutions of the State of Illinois ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection ? 603,442.31 2. United States Government obligations • 5 Sprr-wRn 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures 4bJ,b37.!H) 5. Total securities 1,135,023.13 6. Less reserves applicable to items (2), (3), and (4) r n 8. Loans and discounts 2 ' 05 n'g!J7'c;n 9. Less reserve for 1 bad debts • 2,29 (.39 10. Bank premises owned, furniture and fixtures " "J-,o/b. ci 12. Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank premises or other real estate , ••;••••••••/•,; l.dUO.uu 14. Other assets (Item 6 of "Other Assets schedule) 1_____ 15. TOTAL ASSETS • 3,887,161.65 1,134,921.57 2,051,007.43 91,826.74 1,747,710.80 L I A B I L I T I E 8 16, Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ••••••••'••" 17. Time and savings deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations J ,dbd,B«. u b 18, Deposits of U. S. Government (including postal savings) '••"''••••""• cu.bba.aa 19. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ..,,,...,.., Strain 21, Certified and officers checks, etc. •.»..•"••»• 38,178.19 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS (items 16 to O,) 3,581,683.75 (a) Total demand deposits REPORT OF CONDITION of "ALTON BANKING & TRUST CO." of Alton in the State of Illinois at the close of business on June 28 1963 ' Published in Response to Call of The Director of Financial Institutions of the State of Illinois ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection t 2,7UM8J.i( 2. United States Government obligations •• $6,345,000.53 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 987,171.44 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures 125,181.25 5. Total securities 7,457,353.22 6. Less reserves 8. Loans and discounts (including $9.24 overdrafts) 9 ' 938 '™;Hn 9. Less reserve for bad debts 109,624.42 10. Bank premises owned $166,530.57, furniture and fixtures 19,210.31) 12. Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank promises or other real estate 14. Other assets (Item 6 of "Other Assets" schedule) 7,457,353.22 9,829,293.71 205,740.87 10,073.41 16,271.42 Biondolmo Riles At Wood River Funeral services for Mrs. Congetta Biondolino, wife of Paul Biondolino of Hartford, were conducted at 9 a.m. Tuesday in St. Bernard's Church, Wood River. The Rev. Father E. J. Douglas was celebrant of the Mass and the Rev. Father Robert Rebert officiated at committal' rites in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Sam Guarino, Russell Guarino, Sam Biondolillo, Sam Mormino, John McFarlane and Peter McFarlane. Greathotise Burial In Wanda Cemetery Following services Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Marks Mortuary, Wood River, the body of James Greathouse of Roxana, was taken to South Roxana for interment in Wanda Cemetery. The Rev. Walter C. Burk, pastor of First Baptist Church, Wood River, officiated at the rites. Pallbearers, members of Wood River lodge of Odd Fellows, were Charles Andrews, H. A. Acord, Charles Welch, Oscar Kleinert, John Davis, and J. E. Grates. • U Than I Arrives in Rome for Discussions ROME (AP) — U.N. Secretary- General U Thant arrived in Rome today from Geneva for meetings with Italian government leaders and an audience with Pope Paul VI. Soybeans Jul Sep Nov Jan Mai- May 2.66% 2.65% 2.65% 2.65% 2.67% 2.66% 2.67% 2.86% 2.67% 2.65 2.66 2.66% 2.67 2.64% 2.65% 2.66 2.70% 2.68 2.69% 2.69% 2.73 2.70% 2.72 2 72 2.75% 2.73 2.73% 2.74 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 it's Alton office. (The New York Exchange closes at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 122%, Gen. Motors 70% Granite City Steel 27%, Olin Mathieson 42%, Owens-Ill. 84 Shell Oil 44%, Sinclair Oil 46 Socony 70%, Standard Oil dnd.! 597 8 , Standard (NJ) 69%, U. S Steel 46%, Sears 89%. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) — Eggs and live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades, A large 30-32, A medium 24-25, A small 18 20, B large 26-27, wholesale grades, standard 25%-26, unclass ilied 23-24, checks 18-20. Hens, heavy 12-13, light over 5 Ibs 9-10, under 5 Ibs 7-8, commer cial broilers and fryers 16%-17. /Vf'.lOS O/ .S/.c Airlines Advance NEW YORK (AP) lines, and selected vancnd in n mixed stock market j | late this afternoon. I Volume for the day was esti-1 mated al 4 million shares com-1 pared with 3.S!i million Tuesday. I Gains and losses of most key stocks wenl generally from frac-! tions to around a point. The market was lower al the I start hut confidence that a rail-j ay strike would be averted ap-j eared to grow despite union re-' ection of President Kennedy's ar-j itration proposal. Southern Railway spurted more lian 2 points. Heavily traded e~nnsylvania Railroad advanced traction. Chicago & North West- rn was up nearly a point. A tring of other carriers made •actional gains. Trans World Airlines was up bout '2. Most other airlines ad- anced sympathetically, posting l actional gains. Chrysler erased a small loss i late dealings. Strength was shown in a variety t selected issues. Xerox spurted points and Polaroid about 2. iains of around a point or belter /ere shown by CBS, Kayser-Roth, tontrol Data, Eastern Air Lines, nd High Voltage Engineering. Savings-and-loan holding com- anies continued generally high- r. IBM dropped more than a point. Prices on the American Stock :xchange moved irregularly high- r. Corporate bonds were irregular- jglass firm for purchase of the jrlnhgroiinds and Robert P. Noble, j a present member and former !presiflf'iil of Ihe club, knew of |the negotiations, il wns alleged in Itho complaint filed today. ; While Ihe Hub was still trying !lo negolialr a loan for purchase building, its members and officers learned Shortly after March 2fl thai Owens-Illinois Glass Co. ,had deeded the real estate to Noble and his wife for $4,500, the plaintiff alleged. Also, it was learned that the purchasers morlgaged t h ft land lo nn Alton Savings-Loan Assrt. to secure a $7.000 loan, the complaint recited. Notwithstanding hisfiduciflry capacity and "forgetful of his obligation to the club," Ihe complaint alleged, Noble while purporting to id for the club Used Information ainrd to secure for himself title Ihe club grounds. .15. TOTAL ASSETS 20,225,921.80 \ai *v»n»» v^>""""—,-----,- ,11., •! enn 711 7H (b) Total time and savings deposits 1,600,711,73 26. Other liabilities (item 7 of "Other T i~t.imi.,o» schedule) « 1Ul 701.86 3,622,385.61 Liabilities 27. TOTAL LIABILITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 28, Capital; (a) Common stock, total par value .. • a9. Surplus ...30, Undivided profits 32. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS •• 264.776.04 33. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS • L I A B I I- I T I E S 16. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 17. Time and savings deposits of in- divjduals, partnerships, and corporations , 18. Deposits of U.' S. Government (including postal savings) 19. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 20. Deposits of banks 21. Certified and officers' checks, etc 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS (items 16 to 21) 17,830,090.61 (a) Total demand deposits 9,918,380.47 • (b) Total time and savings deposits 7,911,710.14 26. Other liabilities (item 7 of "other Liabilities" schedule) 27. TOTAL LIABILITIES 18,441,670.21 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 28. Capital: (a) Common stock, total par 8,779,438.96 7,641,612.16 437,897.67 764,366.27 2,000.00 204,775.55 611,579.60 New Govern men I for Jordan is Sworn in AMMAN, Jordan (AP) — King Hussein swore in a new government today headed by Sherif Hussien Ben Nasser, caretaker premier since April 21. TEHRAN — Parts for Iran's new bus factory are to be import ed from West Germany. More Goods lilt No-Tux Roll Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" 200,000.00 200,000.00 30,000.00 34,776,04 value $500,000.00 (b) Preferred stock 29. Surplus 30. Undivided profits ........... , ................. 351,251.59 31. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) .......................... _ 433,000.00 32. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ................ 1,784,251.59 33. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND Oft on CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 20,225,921.80 T w E Beardsmore, Executive Vice President and Cashier of the aboVrnamed bank, do solemnly SWEAR that the above SB iffiVv^«.'tf« ssa wsws State scrlbei My (Seal) GEORGE L. DAVIS ) • RALPH T. SMITH . Directors. URBAN A. GUBSER ) I Illinois, County pi Madison, ss; Sworn to and sub ', Notiry Public I, F. P. Riskoi-ski, Vice President & Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly SWEAR that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly represents the true state of the several mutters herein contained and set forth, lo the best ALTON-WOOD RlVfc.1* BEiHALlO WITH THE FAMU-Y at... MID-TOWN DINING ROOM OPEN SUNDAY at NOON 7th & Central Alton, III. HOXANA, ILL. THUKS — KIU.— SAT. Continuous from II p.m. Suiuliiy Continuous from 1 p.m. No I'nrklnjf Problems I'h. CI. •» -1(1(13 or Ct, '1-7271 THURS.-FRI.-SAT.-SUN. Oilcan l"'ord - Hope Charles lioycr "LOVE IS A BALL" Color — «:4» Alnn I,ii(l(l - Hod Sli'.iiffir Dolores Dorn "13 WEST STREET" 7:'J4 Selected Shorts TUBS., Wnd. nild Thuffc Feature. Kamlly Prices All Seals 25c KIDIH10H' MATINBE Continuous from I p.m. Every Wednesday TODAY AND 2 Biff Color Hits Ciordon (Tnrziui) Scott mid Yoko Tanl "SAMPSON AND THE 7 MIRACLES" Today "I 7:35 p.m. Thurs. at 7:10 p.m. Elizabeth Taylor Dann Andrews "ELEPHANT WALK' Today at 5:48, 9 p.m. Thurs. at 8:36 p.m. Ol'KN «:lfi — STARTS «:3fl HURRY! LAST 2 NITES Tonite & Thurs. G ft Alt If ^affaffHi!v6Lir cum ^ Walt Disney's SAVAGE SON OF "OLD YELLER" TECHNICOLOR* Shown at fi:80 & »;10 Plus: Disney Featurette "Yellowstone Cubs" at 8:25 y lower, U. S. government bonds edged higher. Prices 011 16 Mutual Funds 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 ;elected on the basis of their sales and ownership in the area. The quotations are yesterday's closing. Jssue. Bid. Affil. Fund 8.13 Broad SI 14.25 Bullock 13.48 Capit. Shrs 11.00 Divid Shrs 3.41 Fid. Cap 8.72 Fid. Fund 16.20 Fid. Tr. 14.29 Fund Inv 9.91 Keystone K-2 5.21 Keystone S-4 .... 4.23 Mass. Tr 14.84 Mass. Grth 8.24 Nation W. Sec. .. 22.67 Nat. Inves 15.41 Tevev. El 7.52 TONITE & THURS. John Wayne - L,ec Marvin "DONOVAN'S REEF" 7:10-9:10 Comfortably COOL WIIDEY Asked. 8.80 15.21 14.78 12.06 3.74 9.48 17.51 15.53 10.81J 5.69 4.62 16.22 9.01 24.53 16.66 8.20 STARTS FRIDAY! GRAND & W1LDEY The Internationally Acclaimed Hit! The day when history heW its breath i D-D AY-JUNE 6th, 1944 42 GREAT STARS IN ... DARRYL F. ZANUCK'S THE Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily *%»vw***v**v***v*v***v\wvv COTTAGE HILLS ; VFW NO. 7678 FIRST ANNUAL FESTIVAL JULY 10-13 Peter Paul Amusements Refreshments and Entertainment fl.W 0* ttt* Book by COKHeiMS RYAM RflfASCD It DAY STARTS TONITE! At FRENCH VILLAGE DRIVE-IN EXCLUSIVE DRIVE-IN SHOWING — HOTJTE 50 at 157 STARTS TONITE! CAPRI OLD ST.LOUIS RO. Cl. 4-2114 OPEN 7:00 2 Action Hits Both in Color . «p of my knowledge .^^ ^ p msKORSKI LAWRENCK KELLER JR. ) W, C. GSCHWEND ' ) Directors. .HARVEY H, REILLEY ) Stftte oMUlnois, County of Madison, as: Sworn to and subscribed pelore me this 8th day pi July. 1963, My commission expires July 3. Woo. ' : VIOLA WELLING, Notary. Public (Seal) COUNTLESS FAMILIES HAVE ENTRUSTED THEIR CONFIDENCE AND TRUST IN US. : KOUTI140, COUfOi AVI. • AITON, IU1NOIS = Itnx Office Opens til 7 PHONIO HO 2-UWI Starts TONITE for 1 Week __ Warner Bros, wackiest, wildest, most wonderful comedy of the year, 11 Plus Nwrfl, KlTf BRUCE •ItCHHICfllflR 1 WHAVIBIOir-WARHfB BHOS.I 10 BRAVO TECHNICOLOR* Polor I'Jftyf Witt!— OhlKIwi A<lmUtixl Fro» THE FIRST JAMES BOND FILM ADVENTURE THE NAME THAT STRUCK TERROR WHEREVER IT WAS [IAN FLEMING'S]' Di:No *• SEAN CONNERY URSUIA AN DRESS JOSEPH WISEMAN JACK LORD TECHNICOLOR ..Ki^VftiS. GEROIIMO! w PANAVISIOr TECHNICOLOR' " CHUCK CONNORS . KAMALA oe* tUl/UCD 1IIBJ UMISD AIDtl* STARTS TONITE! BEL* AIR HWY.66&U1 TR.6-9636 Open 7:00 Start* DiiNk A BODY SURROUNDED ON ALL SIDES-BY MEN I THiT CAUGHT All NiU AT RIO BRAVO JOHN DEAN AYNEMABTI IOKV

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