Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 24, 1963 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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ALTON EVENING tuartes Corey services for Edward! i V.UIC.Y of Hobart, Ind., formerl of AKofl, will be conducted Thurs- d*fly at Hobaft. Mr, Cor£j>, 1$, a son of Ihe" lat Mr. and Mfg. fidward L. Cofey \tfas borri in Alton find was grac tinted ff&nl Alton High Schobl. M Hod bein Employed at Shell 01 Ct>., before fnoving to Hobart. Area relatives, who will atte"h tfie funeral are two sisters, Mrs Faye, Ruedin, Alton, and Mrs Angle Letlernah, Woodburn and her husband; a brother, Warren Corey, Ajtbn, and Norman Hunt Surviving besides his Sisters Mrs. RUedln and Mrs. Letteman ahd broffielff Warren, are two Other sisters, Mrs 1 . Ma'fy Wooten Alton, and Mrs. Sara Lee Enge Washington, D.C., his wife, JoSe phine, and a son, Fred, 16. A sister and fwo brothers died previously, Salter Mrs. Ressa M. Salter, 72, wife of R. E. Salter of Alhambra, died Tuesday in St. Joseph's Hospital Highland. Funeral riles will be held Thurs day at First Christian Church, Greenville. Burial will be in Elm\Vood Cemetery, Litchfield. Pending time of the funeral the body will be at Dauderrrran Mortuary, Alhambra. Zimmerman . JERSEYVILLE — Nathan G. Zimrherman,. 83, of Grafton, died at 11:20 p.m. Tuesday in Garriet Nursing Home. He was a retired stone mason. A son, of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zimmerman, he was born July 26, 1879, at Fairfield. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Mary Farney, Alton, and two sons, Claude and Lawrence, Grafton, a'nd 13 grandchildren. Elder Clifford Gauntt of Alton will conduct funeral rites Thursday at, 2 p.m. in Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home. Burial will be in Scenic Hill Cemetery, Grafton. Friends may visit the fufleral home alter 3 p.m. Wednesday. Naber CARROLLTON — Joseph Naber, a' retired farmer, died at 9:50 a'.nt today in Tower View Nursing Home, where he had been a patient for one week. Born in Carrollton, May 5, 1881, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Naber. Survivors are his wife, the former Catherine Fischer; four daughters, Mrs. Gary Melvin, Greenfield; Mrs. Jack Coursey, Altiis, Okla., Mrs. Richard Burns, Columbia, Mo., and Mrs. J. J. Bri- ennen, Blobmington; a sister, Mrs.. Gertrude Thien, Carrollton, and 12 grandchildren. The body is at Meh'l Funeral Home pending funeral arrangements. Military Burial For T. H. Lewis Funeral services with military honors were conducted today for Thomas H. Lewis, U.S. Navy vet- eigri, arid former Madison County deputy sheriff. The Rev. Thomas McDermand; officiated at rites at 10 a.m. in' Gent Chapel and the military services were conducted by members of Alton Post, American Legion, and yeterans.,of World War I, Alon 13axra&s' 991. j Pallbearers were: Louis Bracht, Harry Nickel, J. M. Campbell, Philip Kaeser, G. A. Springgate a»d Joluv F. Shea. f,AGOS -*. A liquid chemical plant is to te built in Nigeria to meet the growing demand for fertiliwrs P.rid health needs. News of Grains Some Wheat Losses Deep CHICAGO (AP) — Losses ran deep' in seme wheat futures contracts rriosf of the time today 6rt the Board of Trade but other commodities were generally steady to strbhg. Setbacks ranged to a"bbul two cents a bushel in wheat as liqui datioH broadened following £ firming volume of commercia support in early tf&nsactlbns. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 65 cars, Corn .05, o&ts 38, rye none, barley 1 soybeans 2. CHICAGO (AP) - No wheat, corn, oats or Soybean sales. Prev High Low Close close Wheat Sep 3ec Viar May ul 1964 Sep Corn Sep Dec Viar May Oats Sep Dec War May Rye Sep Dec Mar May 1.80% 1.76% 1.76% 1.79% 1.86tt 1.82*4 1.82% 1.89% l.SSVa 1.86 1.: 1.82% 1.78% 1.78% 1.81% 1.53% .51 1.52% 1.52-51% 1.55 1.52V4 1.54% 1.53% 1.25 1.24 1.24% 1.23% 1.15% 1.15 1.15% 1.14% 1.18% 1.17% 1.18& 1.17% 1.20% 1.20% 1.20% 1.20 .65% .65V 2 .65% .65% 68% 68% 68% 70^ 70 70 70 69% 69% 69% 69% 1.27& 1.26% 1.26% 1.26V4 1.30% 1.29% 1.30% 1.30 1.34 1.33 133i£ 1.33% 1.32% 1.32 1.32% 1.31% COUNTLESS FAMILIES HAVE ENTRUSTED THEIR CONFIDENCE AKD TRUST IN US. Soybeans Aug 2.64 2.62 2.62M- 2.61% Sep 2.61% 2.59% 2.60% 2.59 ov 2.61 2.58V 2 2.59% 2.58'/8 an 2.64% 2.61% 2.62% 2.61% Mar 2.66 J /2 2.64% 2.65. 2.63% May 2.68% 2.66 1 / 2 2.67% 2.65% Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. AP) — (USDA) — Hog's 6,500; arrows and gilts 1-2 190-240 Ib 9.25-75; large share early 19.60 own; 14 head lot 19.85; most rixed 1-3 190-260 Ib 19.00-35; some . 3 down to 18.75; load 2-3 270 19.00; 1-3 170-190 Ib 17.50-19.00; -2 150-170 Ib 16.50-17.75; 120-150 b 13.75-16.75; sows 1-3 275-350 Ib 6.2547.00; few 17.25; 350-400 lb 5.00-16.25; few 16.50; 2-3 400-500 b 13.75-15.00; lew 15.25; 500-625 lb 3.00-14.00; boars 11.00-14.00. Cattle 2,500; calves 175; slaugh- iteers choice prime near 1,100 lb 550; choice 1,000-1,100 lb 25.000; mixed good choice 24.50-75; ouple loads good to mostly hoice 1,050-1,075 lb 24.75; few ood 23.00-24.00; standard low ood 20.00-22.00; heifers high hoice 750-8.50 Ifa 24.50; good hoice 22.00-24.00; cows utility 3.00-15.50; small lots 16.00; bulls Hlity good 16.50-18.50; good hoice vealers 23.00-27.00; fe\v wice 28.00; standard low good 0.00-23.00; good and choice aughter calves 18.00-23.00. Sheep 800; steady; spring ambs good and choice 80-110 Ib 9.00-20.50; choice prime mostly 5-105 lb 20.50-21.50; old crop horn lambs and yearlings utility ood No. 1 and fall shorn pelts 5.50. Anderson Funeral Plans Changed A change has been made in funeral arrangements for Jim A. Anderson, 315 George St., East Alton, an employe of Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. Services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home. Wood River, instead of at Poplar Bluff, Mo., as was originally planned. Burial will be in Roselawn Memory Gardens. Friends may call at the funeral home. A son, Sanford Anderson, Chicago, has arrived in Alton for the funeral. Requiem Mass f or Father Buchanan Requiem mass will be sung for the Rev. Father Richard S. Buclv anan at 10:30 a.m. Friday in the Cljurch of Our Savior of Jacksonville. Celebrant will be the most Rev. William A. O'Connor, bishop of Springfield. Friday afternoon the body wil be taken to Robinson for burial sit 10 a.m. Saturday. Graveside rites will be conducted by Father R. O'Malley. Services 9:00 a.m. Thursday at SS Peter & Paul's Church, BurjaJ in St. Patrick's Cemetery. In state at the Chapel after 7:00 p.m. Wednesday. Rosary recited at 8:00 p.m. Wednesday. O/ £f ttitt § Prices Still " Bit Higher NEW YORK (AP)—The siock nfi fl r k e t remained moderately ligher late this afternoon in slow .rading. Volume for the day was estimated at 3.1 million shares com- with 3.5 million Tuesday. Gains of key stocks were mainly fractional. Advances of a point or more were scored by a number of the Usually volatile issues. The market began to rise" curly n the session. Brokers described t as a technical rebound from 10 straight daily declines. Rails continued narrowly mixed, di.fs, steels, motors, electronics nnd other groups held minor gains. Fractional gains were shown by such stocks as Chrysler, General Motors, Jersey Standard, Du 3 ont, General Electric, Lockheed, ind American Airlines. Studebaker — for the second •straight session — was traded on some big blocks. It soM un;hanged at 6% oh 125,900 shares, folowed by a string of 1,000 share transactions at 6%.' Gains of about 3 were held by IBM and U.S. Smelting. Up about point were Texaco, Gulf Oil, Control Data, and Electronic Associates. American Stock Exchange prices advanced. Corporate and U.S. government bonds were mostly unchanged. Prices on 16 Mutual Funds Following is a list of 16 mutual investment fund stock quotation provided to the Telegraph by ^ewha'rd, 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. Bid. Asked. Affil. Fund 7.94 8.59 Broad St 13.84 14.96 BUllock 13.05 14.31 Capit Shrs. ...... 10.88 11.92 Divid Shrs 3.32 3.64 Fid. Cap 8.49 9.23 Fid. Fund ...;.... 15.71 16.98 Fid. Tr 13.81 15.01 Fund Inv 9.60 10.52 Keystone K-2 .... 5.08 5.54 Keystone S-4 .... 4.08 4.46 Mass. Tr 14.42 15.76 Mass. Grth 7.99 8.73 Nation W. Sec. .. 22.28 24.10 Nat. Inves 14.94 16.15 Tevev. El. ...... 7.24 7.89 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. quotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research has ndicated 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 :30 p.m. (Alton time), so these ire not the closing quotations): AT&T 120, Gen. Motors 68y 2 , Granite City Steel 26%, Olin Mathieson 40%, Owens-Illinois 81, hell Oil 43 7 /a, Sinclair Oil 44%, ocony 69, Standard Oil (Ind.) 7 3 X Standard (NJ) 69, U. S. iteel 45%, Sears 86%. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) — Eggs and ve poultry: Eggs, consumer grades, A large 6-37, A medium" 27-29, A small 7-18, B large 8-29; wholesale grades, standard 27-28, unclassi- ied 24-24M:, checks 18-21. Hens, heavy 12-13, light over 5 bs 9-10, under 5 Ibs 7-8, commercial broilers and fryers 16-17. Fort Wayne Firm Gets Flood Work CHICAGO (AP)—The C. and C. Construction Co., Fort Wayne, nd., has been awarded a coiv tract for additional facilities at he Sid Simpson Flood Control Works at Beardstown, 111. Col. John C. Mattina, Chicago Army district engineer, said the work includes new pumping sla- :ions at Lost Creek and Valley, and new pumps and motors at The Boulevard and South Beards ;o\vn plants. C. and C.'s bid was J299.653. The work is to be completed in 14 months. Ralph Smithes Mother Dies At Granite City Mrs. Clara Smith, 72, the mother of State Rep. Ralph T. Smith, died at 11:15 a.m. today in St. Elizabeth's Hospital ifi Granite City. A resident of Granite City for 51 years, Mrs. Smith hid" beefi ill the past 10 months. She had been in the hospital for two weeks. Born in St. Louis, she was a member of First Presbyterian CKurch of Granite City, Women's Republican Club, and the Eastern Star. The body Is at Mercer Funeral Home lh Granite City, where friends may call after 7 p.ni. Thursday. The funeral will be held at 1 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church. Granite City. Youth, 16, Bitten On Hands hy Cat Charles Whitten, 16, was bit- .en on both hands by a cat Tuesday. Charles, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Whitten, 1432 Thorpe St., was treated at Altori Memorial Hospital and then re- Kennedy Says Boys ShotvWisdom WASHINGTON dent Kennedy, in obvious reference to the wrangling at the Governors' Conference in M i a fri i 6each, Fin., over civil rights, told iOfl boy "senators" today that they show more initiative in some ways than the governors. He spoke to the youngsters, delegates to the annual Boys' Nation meeting, in the While House flower garden. Both Fcderalisl and Nalionallst parties in the election held by the boys Tuesday had strong civil rights planks in theit platforms. In his brief remarks to the group, Kennedy jested about the closeness of his own election. Congratulating Richard J. Siratlon, It, of Lelandi 111., on his landslide victory lor the presidency of Boys' Nation, Kennedy said there are some candidates who just "skimmed by." Boys' Nation is sponsored by The American Legion. Its purpose leased. The attack by the stray cat occurred at the VVhitten's yard. mu Hike interest; On REA Loans (AP)-A Hill to force <Jife Kuhif EfecffifieaflOTi Administration to increase the interest rate on its loins was offered today by : Seti. Ffarik J. Lausche, t3-01iio. "Some of its opera lions seem ludicrous," Latischi said, rtifetv tioning "the financing of a ski lodge, with lift and artificial stiffly, in Illinois." the bill, co-Sponsored by Sen. Wallace F. Bennett, fl-Utah, woiiid ' require the REA generally to finance itp future operations in the open market at the prevailing rate of interest. The measure would require thftt loans made by the REA bear in. terest at a rate equal to the average rate of interest the govern- hieh has to pay on the motieyjt borrows. Cooperatives presently pay 2 per cent interest on money they is to study the operations of the national government. Each state except Alaska and Hawaii .is represented by two senators. The District of Columbia and the Panama Canal Zone also have two senators each. bortow frwrS {he ffeA, fcWeh .. established Iff 1m to ifrcoUrlgc eiectrifigt '(tort at fefnlft Ah RiA sitekcftfiaW gave Ihls explanation ttf the lllifwls sW lodge loan: The REA loaned $30,000 to the filftti, HI. Ute titkjp teleW (he money to Chesiiwt Mills R&x&ii ittc., Hafidver, tJ!., tti help H Wly &jtf}f>fiietif and tiuWobt "fjtfiis Willed A ritttti velbpttfeiil idflh ftfld, HeljMfig the fis0M gei ofl its Wet, has helped the area considerably," the -RfiA slJdkeSfnah sftid. "1< Mb also helped the eft-Op fey increasing its power sftles. t( (las beisti fificf is A good fbatt." BfcLFASt - A social sigfl, to fee ftrecied by motorists whosfe ears hrive broken down, Mil be issued to ttl! Itish driv^f-s fttlcl must be used after Jatiiiary 1984 PLEASE YOU ft CAT WtfHALL' A STRONQHEART PRODUCT Sh Ltittif rJoy* '7» Chrikeil to ftcrtlli St. LOUIS (APJ-Gerald Hayes, 7, choked to death Tuesday, Item what police said Was apparently (he result-of his fallowing a 1 fubbef stopper front a toy wafof pistol. Mice said the boy died despite ffflfHlc fescue efforts by his frtothef, ffelghbbifs, police flfid hbs- » JUL1? 24, rHtnl nttettdanls. The boy's m6ther, Mrt. Ritti* rift HrtytB, tolB ptfll$ She saw the boy gagging in the backyard o! Ihoif home. She called t» bbrs tef heltl, • LONDON —Tlie daugHtet of tin English flctor Is Scheat)f§ii to make her stfljjb deWt SbSfi iff the same play which launched her father 24 years ago. 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Jar IGA Tablefresh Chinet ORANGE DRINK.. £',' 69' Luncheon Plates ^ 39° Chinet Dinner Plates •-••-* 39° Manhattan or IGA Deluxe COFFEE : A IGA Hi-Protein CHEESE FOOD.. *<£; 49° Magic—Meal or Cubes DOG FOOD . .25 its. 1.89 Country SPRY SHORTENING CORNFLAKES - 24 C (With Coupon in Tomorrow's Paper) Charmin or IGA WHITE AND ASST. 4 - 29° 3 £. 59° wnarmin or IVJM TISSUE Puffs Facial TISSUE WHITE AND ASST. 2c OFF PKG. 2"49c SURF Giant Size 49° 15c Off Label SHOWBOAT SPAGHETTI 3 303 Cans BUSH KIDNEY BEANS 3 303 Cans Chicken of the Sea Chunk Style 4 $,f 00 Cans 1 BethaltolGA Super Market 129 S, Prairie Bethalto Pillsbury BEST FLOUR 5 £49* NATURE'S BEST MARGARINE 6 "' LB, MM S. * FRESH FROZEN FOODS IGA WAFFLES Chicken of the Sea TUNA PIES 4 Swanson 3 Course TV DINNERS CHICKEN, TURKEY, OR SALISBURY 89* Ea. TABLE FRESH FOODS! CALIFORNIA VINE RIPENED CANTALOUPES JUMBO No. 36 SIZE Golden honey-sweet flavor M —just wonderful with IGA £1 TcibleRite Ice Cream! " for FRESH TREE RIPENED PEACHES 5 4-59* California's fuinous red top variety — luscious' idl^ti moot, Small n|t with ^ ' bright red color over a golden background! FRESH ICEBERG LETTUCE . . . l:",','\"!X 2- 29c FKE8H CALIFORNIA jij| oy fresh flavor of VlWtlln 0 VALENCIA ORANGES 2-$1.00 FitESH OAUTOBNfA lirjo i.voel whlls THOMPSON SEEDLESS GRAPES , . , .2- FKjaSIJ OBEKN Enjoy cooling, refreshing FLORIDA LIMES . . . 2-59c S A,»I. to 6 p.AI. Dally Except Friduy Qph STAHL'S IGA Market Fosterburg Oppu 7 A.»J. tQ 7 PJH, CAMPBELL'S IGA Market 914 N, DQlmar . tt CHARLIE'S IGA Market 901 Sinclair So. Roxina Store Hours i 7 A-M. to 6th ST. SUPER IGA Market ( So, 6th St, tittt HlVtr Store Hourii

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