Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 12, 1963 · Page 7
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Friday, July 12, 1963
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Obitu Hicks- CAttLWVlLLi: ~ Miss Leila B tlckii, 69, died fit 16 a.M, Thufa- tey at pirllhvlile Area ttospltn *hef£ she hud been A paHent two itthths. Met ( My 1$ nt Helms Funer-a. tomn. VChhfO ffloHrJtt M4««< «_11 -• iaries 1920,. at PralHetOvVn; his mother; two sons, Homer and ftobeH of near "\Vofdeh; sev4n daughters, Mrs, Mildred Lost- harn, a«d ivft-8. ttladyir Bruhn, Slfturildfi; Mrs, Dbldifds Leltfier, tedwarduvllle; Mrs. Frances Westerhofd, Pralrlctown, and Misses ftuth. JoAtitt and Chervl. April 25, 1S22, ftt fcoxnrm, A ft of the lale Mr. and Mrs. Orvl Durham. He was married to the form Gertrude Fritz, In November 1943, at St. diaries, Mo., and th had resided at 1.306 Ninlh S Cottage Hills since : A, lie h heert employed ' by the Altwo Fuel Co., for four years and br Vlous'lo that the United Propa Co. • Mr. Durham hud been Itt ml (dry service during World War : ALTON TELfiGftAPH PAGBS&VfeN ; • " "-••*•*• • •aujjr umi eii" ter 2 p.tif. Saturday, Funeral ar- rfthferrmnts'at'e incomplete, i:Mlss kicks was a bodkkeepef fof rtiany years with Cooksdn Dry. «oc5ds ( 'pBon Motor eo. ( Lo 1 1 ifee a|«! Coal Co. ,and toiofe, recent' , , ly at 'Cliffy Ice and Coal Co., untl 111. health forced her retirement In .January. ' '.Si$'. is survived by one sister, Mrs.;,Frartce% Bfow'n; brother*! n- IftW, George Harrtim and four nieces, all of, Carllnvllle. Brakhane WORDfiN - Fred II. Brakhane,, 83, ti farmer of south-west of Statuiton, died Thursday In Community Memorial. Hospital, Staunton, following an Illness of seven months. .A .resident of the Staunton- Worden area' all of his life, Mr. Brakhane was born at Carpenter, July 6, 1900. He was a son of Mrs. Ida Brakhane of Carpenter and the late, Frederick Brakhane, Mr. Brakhane was a committee chairman of Agriculture Stabilization Corporfion, and a member of Zion Lutheran Church, Staunton. Survivors are his wife, the former Johana Dubbelde, to whom he was married Nov. 28, at home:! .two brothers, Edwin, Edwardsville, Rte.-2, and,Hubert:, Alhambra, fite, 2; three sisters, Mrs. Fred Schumacher, Alhambra; Mrs. Roy Gibbons, Glllesple, and Mrs. Anna Be- genk, Staunton, and 15 grandchildren. The body Is at Williamson Funeral Home .Staunton, where friends way calf after 3 p.m. Saturday and until noon Sunday when the body will be taken to Zion Lutheran Church, Staunton, for services at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Zion Lutheran Ccme- ery, Pralrletown. Durham Joint funeral services for Leslie Durham, 41, of Cottage Hills, and ils 21-year-old stepdaughter, Sandra Davis, wlH be conducted Monday at 1:30 p.m. In Smith Funeral Home, Alton. Visitation hours'will be from 7 p.m. Saturday until time of the 'uneral. An inquest into the deaths of he pair who were found dead in station 'hursday, Deputy Coroner Henry Pieper of Granite City. Mr. Durham, a driver for 'Alt- vood Fuel Co., had lived all of his life in the area. He was born wagon near Mitchell will he conducted by Survivors beside his. wife are a daughter, Mrs. Kebn bailey, arid a son, Jarnes, Cottage Hlllri; throe brothers, Clifford, Manhattan, Mont., and Thomas and Lloyd, Cottage Hills, and two Sisters, Mrs. Robert Straub, Roxana and Mrs, Ethel Dinwiddie, Edwardsvllle. Sandra Kae Davis was born Oct. 3, 1941, at'Edwardsvllle. She resided at .1300 Ninth St., Cottage Hlls since 1056, and attenddd Civic Memorial High School. Survivors beside her mother are her father, Paul Davis Of Bunker Hill; her paternal grandhioth- er, Mrs. Ida Davis, Bunker Hill; maternal grandfather, Marvel Mellenthln, Edwardsvllle; a brother, James, and a sister, Reba Dalley, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Kessler CARROLLTON CHARLES E. ASH Services 2:00 p.m. Saturday In the Chapel. Rev. Freeman Privett officiating. Burial In Valhalla Memorial Park, In state at the Chapel after 6:00 p.m. F 1 o y d Kessler, 67, a carpenter, died at 3:15 a.m. today in White Hall Hospital where he had been a patient since Thursday when he suffered a heart attack while at work at American Vitrified Products Co., in White Hall. The body is at Dawdy Funeral Home, White Hall, where friends may call from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday. Funeral rites will be conducted Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the Christian Church at White Hall, followed by burial in White Hall Cemetery. Mr. Kessler was born April 3, 1896, at Astoria. His parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kessler. Survivors are his wife, the former Edith De Poister; a daughter, Mrs. Louis Harr, Greenfield; a son, Larry, Godfrey; a brother, Ralph, Vermont, 111. and a sister, Mrs. Beulah Canton. Danner of Sunday at" 2:30 p.m. in Roxftna Presbyterian Church. Burial will be at Lltehfleld. Mr. Norvell, an assistant chiei tank farm ganger for Shell Pipe Line Inc., had lived in Roxana for 23 years. Before moving lo Roxana he had resided at Lilchficld. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church, . Roxana, and the Masonic Lodge at .Litchfleld. Surviving beside his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Norvell of Barncltj a re'his wife, i the former Owen Todd, to whom he was married Aug. 9, 1939, at Crescent, Iowa; a daughter, Katherine, and a son, Todd Norvell, Roxana and sister, Mrs. Klenhe. First Presbyterian Church has been designated as a memorial fund by the family. Dixon liilerinenl in Valhalla Cemetery Fuijeral services fot? Mrs. Jennie Dixon, 84, of 2203 Ridge Drive, Were conducted ' Thursday at 2 p.m. in Morrow-Qiiinn Mortuary by'the Rev. Henry M6ore, pastor of College Avenue Presbyterian Church. Burial was in Valhalla Memorial Park. • Pallbearers wore Emmetl and Elmer Todd, Charles Hartman, Nordell Hill, Harold Beneze, and Robert Rust. High Mass Sung for Morris J. Holliday A Requiem High Mass was sung at 9 a.m. today in St. Patrick's Church for Morrie J. (Mike) Halliday, American Oil Co., operator superintendent. The Rev. Father Frank Westhoff was celebrant of the Mass Nt>m of Grrtim Declines Widespread CHICAGO (AP) - The grain fu turps market was mostly shnrplj lower in the early afternoon lo day as liquidation became genera in all commodities on the Boarc of Trade. Setbacks In wheat fringed to more than two cents a bushel and In soybeans lo around three cenls Corn was down more than a con on new crop months and other grains off major fractions. Carlot receipts today were cfiti mated at: wheat 331 cars, corn 119, oats 5, rye none, barley 19 soybeans 34. CHICAGO (AP)-Wheat No. 1 red No. 1 hard 1.95V4; No 1 yellow hard 1.94M-95U; No. yellow hard 1.93&. Corn No. 1 yellow 1.35i/i ! sample grade yellow 1.24. Oats No. 1 extra heavy white 74. No soybean sales. Soybean oil 9V s n. CHICAGO (AP) Wheat Prev High Low Close close Norvell Norvell, 56, of 141 Roxana, an employe of Shell Pipe Line Corp., died Thursday in St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Minn., where he had been a patient for nine days following a stroke. Mr. Norvell became ill at. the home of a sister-in-law, Mrs. Reuben Kienhe, Harmony, Minn., where he and Mrs. Norvell were vacationing. He suffered ; the stroke two days after his arrival in Min- The body has been brought to ALTON" GEORGE RUSSELL BBLEY where friends p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Services 11 a.m. Saturday • Funeral Horn* Funeral rites will be conducted LESLIE DURHAM 'Services 1:30 p.m. Monday Funeral Home SANDRA DAVIS Services 1:30 p.m. Monday Funeral Home EAGER TO SERVE. DEDICATED TO PLEASE. MODERATE CHARGES. ALTON - WOOD RIVER B1STI1ALTO and officiated at committal rites in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Sewing as pallbearers were Earl Healey, Raymond Wadsworth, Robert Baker, Louis Burgoyne, Robert Rust, and Harry Simmermaker. Alexander Rites In Staten Chapel Funeral services for Virgil V. Alexander, year-old-son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Alexander of 916 W. Ninth St., were conducted at 10:30 a.m. today in Staten Chapel by the Rev. Father Richard Niebruegge. Burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Michael Knight, Jimmy Walker, Jimmy Mitchell, and Larry Beamon. Livestock Prices Al East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. (AP) - (USDA) — Hogs 7,000; : 1-2 190-240'lb barrows and gilts 18.3575; 30 head around 220 Ib 18.85; mixed 1-3 190-240 Ib 18.00-50; 1-3 170-190 Ib 17.00-18.00; few to 18.25; 150-170 Ib 15.50-17.25; 120,150 Ib 12.7515.75; 1-3 sows 275-350 Ib 15.75-16.25; 350-400 Ib 14.50-15.75; 2-3 400-500 Ib 13.25-14.50; 500-625 Ib 12.50-13.25; boars buljc 10.7513.25. Cattle 450; calves 100; choice 1,150 Ib steers 25.00-50; high good and choice 1,000-1,290 Ib 24.50; utility cows 14.00-15.00; few 15.50; good and choice vealers 24.0028.00; good and choice calves 19.00-23.00; few choice 23.00. Sheep 250; good and choice 80110 Ib spring lambs 18.50-21.00; choice and prime around 90-100 Ib 21.00-50; utility and good 15.0018.00; cull and utility 10.00-15.00; few shorn ewes 5.00, Jul Sep Dec Mar May 1964 Jul Sep Corn Jul Dec Mar May Oats Jul Sep Dec Mar May Rye Jul Sep Dec Mar May 1.80% 1.78% 1.78% 1. 3.82U 1.80 1.81 1.81% 1.89V6 1.86% 1.89% 1.87% 1.9114 1.89 1.90% 1.90% 1.86 1.83% 1.86 1.84% 1.61% 1.59% 1.60!4 1.61 M 1.62% 1.60% 1.61% 1.62% 1.30% 1.29% 1.29% 1.30% 1.25% 1.23% 1.24 1.24% 1.18% 1.17 1.17% 1.18% 1.21% 1.20% 1.20% 1.21% 1.24% 1.23% 1.23% 1.23% .66% .67% .70% .72% .72% .66 .67% .70% .72% .72% .66% .67% .70% .72% .72% .67% .70% .72% .72% 1.2G 7 /g 1.26% 1.26% 1.26% 1.30% 1.29% 1.30 1.30 1.33% 1.33 1.33% 1.34 1.36% 1.36 1.36 1.36% 1.34% 1.34% 1.34% 1.34% You sure will TAN (sure won't burn) with Sea & Skl'a unique sun filter wai perfected by the Desert Research Institute." It leta in more tanning ray» than ite nearest competitor, block* out most burning rays. That's why wJiyonj tee beet wjlfc Sea & Ski, Why you will, tpol Get the beat of U>e 8EA&SKJI •TTWTIWW., w Inj,, Riijji, N»V|(i» at all 5 THRIFTY DRUG STORES Produce Prices At St. Louis Soybeans Jul 2.65% 2.61% 2.62% 2.65 Aug 2.67 2.62% 2.63% 2.66% Sep 2.66 2.61% 2.63% 2^65% Nov 2.66% 2.61% 2.63% 2.65% Jan 2.69% 2.65 2.67 2.69 Mar 2.72% 2.68 2.69% 2.71% Map 2.74% 2.69% 2.72 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 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 69%, Granite City Steel 26%, Olin Mathieson 42, Owens-Illinois 84, Shell Oil 45, Sinclair 45%, So- cony 69%, Standard Oil (Ind.) 60%, Standard (NJ) 69V 2> U. S. Steel 47, Sears 89%. Airport Board Plans New Heating System BETHALTO - Civic Memorial Airport Authority is drawing specifications for a new heating ilnht for the large hanger at the airport. The present unit, which is 17- yoars-old, does, not provide prop- T heat for the entire hanger and during (he past two winters had o he repaired several limes, it was brought out at the board's meeting in Civic Memorial Airport Restaurant Thursday night. The hoard hopes to have a new init installed before cold weather sets in this fall. flic-hard Rook, chairman, announced committee appointments or thr coming fiscal year. The committee and its members arr as follows: Employes, Beaumont Parks, chairman, and Clyde DeGerlia; •cslauranl and supplies, L e r o y Bordeaux, chairman and Omar ..yon; operations, DeGerlia, chairman, and Rooki construction and Hiildings, Rook, chairman, and 'arks; farming and grounds, Howard Gold, chairman, DeGerliii and Rook development and 2 at Owens Retire After 40-Plus Years Owens-Illinois Central Shop: las announced the retirement of wo employes. Earl Hatfield, 3037 College Ave,. Alton, retired from Owens- Illinois Mold Plant after 42 •ears of service. Hatfield was born in Davis County, Indiana. H e started t o work with Owens on July 6, 1961. Before coming to the Alton plant in 1934, he had previous experience at Gas City, Bridgeton, and Charleston Hatfield Plants. Mr. Hatfield plans to continue ving in the Alton area. Roy H. Beiser, 2209 Lawton t., Alton, has retired from the machine manufacturing plant in odfrey, after 40 years of serv- ce. Beiser was born in Alton, Illinois. He started 'to work with " Owens - Illinois at ••} the Alton Plant in 1916. He was trans f erred in 1934 to the general engineering plant in Alton. In 1955 he was transferred to the central shops where Beiser he worked his last years of service. He intends to continue make his home in Alton. planning, Parks, chairman, Bordeaux, and Lyon; public relations, Lyon, chairman, and Gold; land acquisition, Gold, chairman, and Bordeaux; and mayors, Lyon, chairman, Rook, DeGerlia, and Parks. Sam Davis of the Bonnie Mfg. Co. of East Alton, has agreed to, demonstrate a weed killing spray that can be used along fence rows and ditches that cannot be reached with mowing equipment. Davis told the board he will spray one 55-p;allon drum of the substance for demonstration pur- noses, at no cost to the authority. If it is decided to purchase the spray, he will provide, at no cost, equipment for spraying the solution. Richard Gvillo, a local farmer who is farming the airport grounds, gave a mid-summer report to the board as to the conditions of ground and how the crops are progressing al Ihis lime. Shriners Conclude Convention CHICAGO (AP) - Twenty-five thousand Shriners chanted farewell to Chicago Thursday night as they closed their 89th Imperial Council session with a second Colorful, hours-long parade. Into fezzed the wee Nobles hours the red- of the Ancient Arabic Order of the Mystic Shrine marched and rode and clowned their way down Michigan Avenue. A crowd estimated at 500,000, which began to form two hours before parade time, cheered 290 brass, drum and oriental bands, calliopes, marching units, horse patrols and motorized Rube Goldberg rigs. The Shriners, in colorful costumes of various hues, chanted ''Es selamu aleikum, Chicago"— Arabic for "Peace be on you." And if the viewers didn't know the proper reply: "Aleikum es selamu", or "Upon you be the peace," no one was much concerned. Thursday night's parade under a starry sky and half moon- somewhat out of character with Cut Flowers Floral Arrangements Member F.T.D. LEO WiLUS JR. Alton Floral Phone 466-1238 Evening 466-8617 lVeti» of Stock* Key Issues Show Losses NEW YORK (AP)-The stock markel weakened, taking ft moderate loss late this afternoon, as Chrysler slid. Volume for the day was estimated at 3.7 million shares com- pa-ed with 4.13 million Thursday. Losses of most key stocks went from fractions to about a point. Chrysler, however, dropped about 2 points and was unloaded on a series of sizable blocks. Earlier in the session Chrysler had held fairly well, absorbing a fractional loss while the list as whole was irregular, showing slight gain on average. The market's gain was washed out in the afternoon as a number of slocks took sharp losses. Beckman Instruments dropped more ban .3, MGM about 2, and Boeng more than a point. Control Data was a 2-point los- >r. Losses of a point or so were aken by IBM, Du Pont, and VIerck. American Smelting also was off around 2. Oils, which had been strong in early trading, held to the plus side. Xerox was up about 5 points. Steels were narrowly mixed, rails unchanged to lower, motors mostly lower. Rubbers and building materials maintained narrow advances. Radio Corp. held a fractional ;ain while General Electric canceled an early rise and showed a fractional net loss. Prices on the American Stock Exchange were mixed. Corporate bonds were mixed. U.S. government bonds were un changed to a shade higher. Prices on 16 Mutual 18 ft lilt Of 18 investment fund *t6e r l«,;(iuetfcUom provided !» .th*' J t*t$jf&pti- by Newhftttf, Cook Oty fliMigh Ils Alton office. Th&d.Atockfi are selected ort the bft«Js ot their sales and ownership'1ft tire area. The quotations are yesterday's closing. •;„•• Issue. Hid. Affil. Fund , 8.11 Broad St 14.23 Bullock 13.42 Cnpit. Shrs. ' 11,04 Divid Shrs. ...,,, £40 Fid. Cap 8.68 Fid. Fund 16.15 :he Shrine's traditional crescent ivith star and scimitar — Was the second of the five-day convention. The first of the seven-hour long events was held Tuesday. HARTFORD COIN LAUNDRY Area's most complete coin laundry. Now entirely Air-Condi tinned! )&••••••••••••••• Fid. Tr Fund Inv. .., Keystone K-2 Keystone S-4 Mass. Tr. ..... 14.26 , .9-88 • fi/21 4.23 14.78 Mass. Grth 8.21 Nation W. Sec. .. 22.63 Nat. Inves 15.35 Tevcv. El 7.48 Asked. 8.78 15.38 14.71 12,00 3.73 9.43 17.46 15.50 10.83 5.69 4.62 16.15 8.97 24.48 16.59 8.15 J & A Springman HAS YORK AIR CONDITIONERS TO FIT ANY ROOM Godfrey, 111. Ph. 46*-,1«l GRASS CARPET MEYER ZOYSIA •^ Emerald Green at 100° -fa Grows in Any Soil •fr Needs </:> less Cutting Vr Needs Va Less Water •fa Water and Crabgrass and Weeds Are Eliminated Plant Big 2| Plugs Every Sq, Ft, Morning Star Nursery HO 5-3292 Hoffman Supply HO 5-5232 Piasa Nursery 466-1955 Dodson's Garden Gate 466-1511 PLANTING PLUGGERS FOR RENT TRUCK SPRAYING AND LETTERING STAR SIGN CO. PHONE HO 5-1922 and SI'. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades^ A large 30-32, A medium 24-25, A small 17-19, B large 26-27, wholesale grades, standard 251-26,, unclassified 23-24, checks 18-20. Hens, heavy 12-13, light over 5 Ibs 9-10, under 5 Ibs 7-8, commercial broilers and fryers 16%-17. £>^ A SHOWPLACE LAWN.,, with less work I Wonder-Bay't powtr and handling aasa comblnt with no- icalp mowlhg for lovelitr liwns with latt iffgrt! R»»r- mounted engjna fddf cool operator comfort to liability, maneuverability. All-ieaion Utility with quick-chang* attachment!. 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