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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, : ANNOUNCEMENTS fc-a,, .1, •; ...j.-_i. ;,-....,. 4 . LEGAL NOTICES Legal —'"87Z8 9/4 '63 —— PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Proposed Filing ' M To the Pnlrons of the Illinois Bell Telephone Company: ,The Illinois Bell Telephone Com•Bany hereby gives notice to the pub,Hc that it has filed with the Illinois Commerce Commission In Its General Local Exchange Tariff reductions In the charges for standard color •'telephones, adjustments In the service connection, move and change bhnfges aiid Installation charges for private branch exchange and key telephone system equipment, and the discontinuance of the service connection nhar«e for residence extensions Installed at the time of a repair visit. A copy of the proposed filing may be Inspected by any Interested early at tiny business office of this 'Company In Illinois. All parties Interested In this matter may obtain Information with respect thereto either directly from this Company or by addressing the Secretary of the Illinois Commerce Commission nt Springfield, Illinois. ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY •, By, J. B Gable. Oenernl Commercial Manager Legal — Aug. 27 28 '63 CITY OF ALTON NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Time and PJace of Opening Bids. Sealed proposals for the demolition and remdVal of the buildings described herein will be received at the offlclfW the Director of Public Works of the City of Alton. Madison County, Illinois, until 2:00 P.M., ' CDT, September 11, 1963 and nt that time publicly opened and read. Description of Work. The proposed work Is officially known as Section D. «c R. — 63 at 519-521 Belle Street, Alton. Illinois. The proposed Improvement Is to bo the demolition, removal and filling of the cellars and all Incidental work thereto. Instructions to Bidders. Proposal forms may be obtained from the .Municipal Engineer at his office In City Hall. All proposals must be accompanied by a bank cashier's check, or bank draft, or certified check for not less than ten (10) per cent of the amount of the bid, or as provided In Article 2.7 of the "Stand ard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction." prepared by the Department of Public Works and Buildings of the State of Illinois. Rejection of Bids. The Council re- 'Serves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive technicalities. By order of The Council of Alton, Illinois PAUL A. LENZ Paul A. Lenz, P. E. Director of Public Works B FUNERAL DIRECTORS 5 — 9-6 FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGE MENTS—$5.00 UP. Rexroat Flower •Shop. 466-3789. 2712 Godfrey Rd. 6 MONUMENTS — CEM. LOTS 6 — 28 31 'GRAVE LOTS—In Valhalla Cemetery. CL 4-76S4. PERSONALS "7 "7 _ 9-2 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5-1612. 7 _ jo/1 LICENSED DETECTIVE — Legal fphotography. W. E. Burt, 2006 Washington Ave.. Alton. 465-7350. 8 RUMMAGE 4 PASTRY SALES - 8 _ 28 — ;: RUMMAGE SALE — Loretto Home, .417 Prospect, rear. Aug. 29. .8 — 31 IRUMMAGE SALE—1714 Washington. • Open 9 to 5 every day but Eriday. Friday 9 to 9. 9 SOCIETIES and LODGES 9 — 29 — — ANNOUNCEMENTS RIDERS MA 1IA — 28 RIDES—To St. Louis School of Pharmacy. Will trade. HO 2-1968. 11A — 29 RIDE WANTED—TO East St. Louis. 6:45 to 3:30. Call CL 4-5304 after 6 p.m. 11A — 28 RIDE WANTED—Starting Septem ber 16 from Rosewood Henghts to Alton Plaza. Hours 8 to 5. 25n-2213. 11A — 30 WANTED — Ride for child from Gllson Brown School to vicinity of Straubc Lrinc 4 days week after mornlns session. 466-2056 11A — 29 WANTED—Ride to 6th & Olive, St. Louis, from Wood River. 8:15-5 p.m. CL 4-0327. EDUCATIONAL INSTRUCTIONS 12A — 31 ANYONE INTERESTED In beginning and advanced beginning oil painting lessons. Call MO !5.2852. 12A — TF Mon. thru Frl. I. B. M. KEY PUNCH — Burroughs, N.C.R. Bookkeeping Ma chine* ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF AUTOMATION (As Seen on TV) 6427 Hampton. 508 N. Grand CALL COLLECT FL l-l 197 or OL 2-5454 12A — 28 WOMEN, MEN—8th grade or better, high school or equivalent take advantage of our school course. Low tuition. Get In a high paying fast growing Industry. Learn to be a grocery checker, cashier, stock man or IBM key punch—Unlvac salaries to over $100 a week. Free placement service. For Interview—no obligation — call CE 1-7637 collect. World-Wide School, 812 Olive St., St. Louis. EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED —MALE 17 30 BURGER CHEF DRIVE IN—Needs 3 counter boys, operate cash register. Full time. 9 to 5 p.m. Apply in person, 1639 Main. 17 — 29 EXPERIENCED MALE COOK—Apply In person, between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Lewis & Clark Restaurant. East Alton. 17 — 30 CREDIT MANAGER For retail store. Furniture background desirable, but we will consider related retail background. This is a responsible position with an expanding organization. And requires a man who can take complete charge. Please forward replies which should Include past 10 years employment history, to Box 960, care Alton Telegraph. 17 — 31 WANTED: APPLE PICKERS — STerllng 6-3780. Nugent & Schapan- ski orchard, Grafton. 17 — 28 WANTED — Musician. Bass Fiddle & horn player. Able to read music. HO 2-9683. 17 — 28 WANTED — Boy to work In snack bar. Gambill's Bargain Barn, Hwy. 67, West Alton, Mo. Phone SKy- line 3-2870. 17 — 30 WANTED — Yard & handy man. HO 2-2167. 17 — 30 WANTED—Man, capable of taking complete charge of ordering parts & keeping adequate inventory records, for small marine vessel repair shop. Clerical & mechanical aptitude helpful. Chance for advancement. Must be bondable. Send resume of experience & salary requirements to Box 950, care Telegraph. 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE 18 — 30 BABYSITTER WANTED — Live In. CL 9-2452. 18 — 29 FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 25 AF&AM ^—Special meeting. Thursday. Aug. 29th, 7 p.m. Work in third degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Refreshments. 'WAYNE H. HARPER, W.M. 9 — 2S- HIBBARD LODGE NO. 249 AF & AM — Brighton — Special meeting Wednesday, Aug. 28, 7:30 p.m., work in first degree, visiting breth- ern welcome, refreshments, Harold Robinson, WM 9 — 28 — — WOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 1062 AF 4 AM—Special meeting Wednesday, Aug. 28th. 7 p.m. MM degree. Refreshments. Visiting brethren welcome. HOWELL K. BARNETT, W.M. BABY SITTER WANTED—For shift workers. Upper Alton area. Prefer stay or furnish own transportation. 465-2280. 18 — 28 STANDS BY Parking meters in the Telegraph area business sections are becoming the center of a controversy that grows in intensity. Should they be removed? While the battle rages, machines like these gobble coins and stand by awaiting the answer. BABY SITTER — To sit In home. Rosewood Hts. 5 days week. Tuesdays, Sundays off. Starting Sept. 16. 259-2213. 18 — 2! • age BABYSITTER—For 2 school children. North Alton. Call HO 2-0284 between 5 and 8 p.m. 1R 28 - -. _ BABY SITTER WANTED — Shift work. 3 small children. Ph. 465-8218. 18 — 29 —____—————^——— COMBINATION GRILL COOK AND WAITRESS—Hours 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. CL 4-1563. 18 — 29 T— MIDDLEAGED LADY—To care for 3 children in my home. Shift work. Must stay. CL 4-5876. t 18 — 28 — SITTER FOR BABY—Light housework $15 weekly. Own transportation Godfrey. $50 mo. 466-0688. 18 — 29 News of Grains Futures Decline CHICAGO W — Soybean futures reacted to reports of rainfall overnight and some contracts were substantially lower most oi the time on the Board of Trade today. The grains showed little change in mixed dealings. Brokers said the pressure in soybeans was largely profit cashing although it may have included some short selling. The rainfall was ujiderstood to have been heavy in parts of the major producing area which needed it. There also were scattered reports of new crop arrivals at country elevators. Wheat and corn held generally within small fractions of previous closes. Rye was strong with offerings scant. Receipts were: Wheat 15 cars, corn 64,oats 5, rye none, barley 12, and soybeans 8. CHICAGO (AP) — No wheat, oats or soybean sales. Corn No 1 yellow 1.35%; No 2 yellow 1.35&. Soybean oil 8b-8%a. Prev. High Low CLose close Wheat Sep 1.78% 1.77% 1.77% 1.78 1.84% 1.83% 1.83% 1.83% 1.87% 1.86% 1.86% 1.86% Prices on 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 selected on the basis of their sales and ownership in the area. The quotations are yesterday's closing. Blind Man Delivers Own Son CHICAGO (AP)-WHHam Roy, blind father of four boys and two girls, has delivered his seventh child—without assistance. "But let's not emphasize this blindness bit," said Roy, "I'm just a normal father who has learned no) to be nonchalant about babies." The new arrival, a 9 pound, .12 ounce boy, appeared in Roy's South Side home Tuesday before the father could summon a doctor or get his wife, Bernice, to the hospital. He said the new baby Is their second child to be born at home. Michael, now 12, was delivered by Mrs. Roy's mother, who also is blind. Both the mother and child, taken to a hospital after the birth, were reported in fine condition. Roy, too, came through the experience in good shape. "This is the first time I ever did anything like this and I hope it's the last," he said. "Now everybody's fine except me. I've got a touch of flu on top of everything, but actually I guess I'm pretty happy. A funny thing happened after it was all over. When Lois Ann (14, his oldest) and I sat down and had some coffee, I asked her if she thought she'd like to be a nurse. 'Certainly not,' she replied. I guess she takes alter me." Roy said liis wife is visually Shooting Suspect Slain in Gun Battle With Police NEW YORK (AP)-Frank Fnl- co, one of two rhen charged with shooting two policemen to death in New Jersey — was killed by polic,s bullets in his hotel hideout early today. Faleo screamed and fought with detectives who caught him asleep. Hit by seven bullets, he kept on cursing and snarling as he lay dying. Fnlco tried to grab a gun from Detective Lt. Thomas Quinn during the fight. But Quinn held onto the gun and fired its six bullets. Another detective fired three shots. Kalcb, 25. Astoria, Queens. New York City, was indicted Tuesday on murder charges in Bergen County, N.J. Indicted with him was Thomas (Rabbi Tom) Trantlno, 27, of Brooklyn, who still is at large. Bergen County Prosecutor Guy W. Calissi identified the two men as the killers of the policemen in the Angel Lfounge, a tavern in Lodi, N.J., Mondty. Sgt. Peter Voto, 40-year-old father of three, and Gary Tedcs- co, 23, a police appointee about to be sworn in, had gone to the tavern to investigate a report of shots fired. Police Tuesday arrested ex-convict Carlo Benedetto, 27, alias Rocco Bennet, on a charge of selling one or more pistols to Falco and Trantino, friends of his. Bail was set at $15,000. handicapped but not totally blind. Their other children range in age from 3 to 14 years. 17 Traffic Deaths in State Seen SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-The stale Traffic Safety Division pre- diets that 17-21 persons will die on Illinois streets and hlghsvays during the Labor Day weekend. The weekend will run from Friday evening to midnight Monday, In an effort to curb fatalities, the air wing'of the state police will aid a full contingent of state troopers on the ground in a drive on traffic violators, particularly speeders. The division announced Tuesday that 34 deaths over the past weekend Increased the fatality toll for the year to 1,187, an increase of 84 over a corresponding period a year ago. Fined for Sneaking Into Drive-In Show A Jerseyville man was fined $10 in Alton police magistrate court this morning for trespassing. Charges were signed by Glen Ballard, manager of the Star Light Drive In Theater. Daniel A. McNear was charged with sneaking into the theatei Diehi Raps U.S.for 'Doubting' n.v MALCOLM w. BROWNE Associated Press Staff Writer SAIGON, Viet Nnm (AP) President Ngo Dlnh Diem's regime charged todny the U.S. State Department Ims shown "a profoundly unjust doubt In the government of (South) Viet Nam based on totally erroneous infor mallon." A government note referred to a State Department declaration of Aug. 21 which deplored methods used by Vietnamese security forces against Buddhists on Aug. 21. Pagodas throughout the na lion were raided and thousands of Buddhist monks and nuns were beaten, shot or arrested. "The government of Viet Nam reaffirms its determination to continue its policy of conciliation toward the Buddhists," the latcsl note said, "But it is also resolvet' to unmask all political saboteurs hiding under various disguises." The State Department declnra tion was called "prejudicial to the honor and prestige of Viet Nan which has never broken its wore to whomever 11 made promises.' The note followed up a dcclnra tion by the joint military com mand in Saigon, broadcast by the official Viet Nam press, that higl Tuesday evening. He was arrestec while sitting in the car of a friend, also of Jerseyvllle, who had paid the admission fee. SteainHtten Ratify New Wage Pact ST. LOUIS (API —Members of Steam fitters Local 562 sny they vill return to work as soon is possible after ratifying a icw three-year contract Tuesday night. About 700 members of the local md been on strike against the Mechanical Contractors Association since June 17, hampering much construction In the St. Louis area. Supervisory personnel will return to work today. The new contract, retroactive to June 15 expiration date of the old pact, calls for a $1.27% an hour package increase, Including 30 cents in wages and the rest in fringe benefits, Local President Ed Steska steamfltlers said. Journeymen received $4.92% an hour under the old contract. military officers persuaded Diem to Impose martial law last week. Army chiefs proposed the decree and arc seeing Hint it is carried out, the broadcast said, quoting a communique from military headquarters. The communique apparently was intended to rebut a statement by the U.S. Slate Department Monday that Viet Nam's military leaders had no warning of the plan to impose martial law. Mobile squads roamed Saigon today and troop concentrations Increased to guard demonstrations or against new suicides, but other signs poltited to a relaxation of martial law. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10 — 29 LOST—Short haired yellow tiger marked male cat. Anyone knowing of his whereabouts. Rosewood Heights call CL 9-6270. Reward. 10 — 29 LOST OR STOLEN—Black labrador dog. 7 months old. Reward. HO 2-0408. 10 — 28- WAITRESS — Experienced. Wedge Cafe, 600 E. Broadway, Alton. 1R 98 — •- . WANTED—Baby sitter. So. Roxana area. 3 children. 254-4533. 18 — 29 —~—._—.———————WANTED—Housekeeper, for gentle- Room & board plus salary. References. Telegraph. Write Box 1010 care HELP WTD., Male & Female 28 LOST — Black & white male dog 5 months old. Last seen Saturday morning on Ridge St. Any information. Reward HO 5-1260. 11 NOTICES 11 — TF on Wed. Are Your Color Films and Movies Being Processed by Eastman Kodak? If you bring them to Foster's you know they are! Fastest film processing in this area. Flown direct to Kodak every morning at 9:30 a.m. Foster's Drug Store. Alton's Photo Headquarters — 230 Broadway. HO 5-2585. Open 'til 10 every night. 11 — TF —WED & SAT GET YOUR CAMERA NOW AND PAY LATER AT FOSTER'S DRUG STORE, 230 E. Broadway, Alton 11 — 30 19 tp EXPERIENCED wool & silk presser. HO 5-1942. 1 il no — ' ' EXTRA MONEY? MEN AND WOMEN — 18 years of age or older, with insured autos to deliver telephone directories in Alton, Bethalto. Brighton, Godfrey Wood River, and surrounding rural areas. Starting September 4. Application accepted starting Friday August 30, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Public liability and property damage insurance required. R. H. Donnelley Corporation 201 Rozier (Northside Playground Building) North Alton, 111. It) 97 . — WANTED — Couple as caretaker managers of Alton Motorboat Club. Reside on premises. No children or pets Salary and commission. State age experience, references, Box 940,' care Telegraph, by Thursday, 4 p.m. Dec Mar May Jul 1964 Sep Corn Sep Dec Mai- May Jul Oats Sep Dec Mai- May Rye Sep Dec Mar May Jul 1.83% 1.82% 1.82% 1.82 7 / 8 1.56% 1.55% 1.55% 1.56% 1.58% 1.58% 1.57% 1.58% 1.25% 1.25% 1.25% 1.25% 1.14 1.13% 1.13% 1.13% 1.17 1.16% 1.16% 1.17 1.19 1.18% 1.18% 1.19 1.21% 1.20% 1.20% 1.21 J /4 .64 1 /4 .67% .70 .69% .67% .69 J /2 .69% .64% .67% .69% .69% .64 .67% .69% .69% 1.31% 1.29% 1.30 1.29% 1.35% 1.33% 1.34% 1.33% 1.38% 1.36% 1.37 1.3C 1.38 . 1.36% 1.37 1.3614 1.33 1.31% 1.32 1.31% Soybeans Sep 2.61% 2.59% 2.59% 2.60 Nov 2.58% 2.557s 2.56% 2.58 Jan 2.62% 2.59% 2.59% 1.61% Mar 2.65% 2.62% 2.63 2.65 May 2.67% 2.65 2.65% 2.67% Jul 2.68% 2.66% 2.66% 2.68% FOR HAYRIDES, 11 — call 466-1042. IDA 19A 28 SALESLADIES NOTICE—From this day forward, I will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Dated this 26th day of August, 1963. R. M. Neely, 205 Eaton, Wood River, III. 11 — 28 NOTICE— From this day forward I will no longer be responsible for any dobts contracted by anyone other than myself. Dated this 28th day of August, 1963 William E. Finch, 4313 Wedgewood Dr.. Alton, 111. j| __ 28 ANYONE CAN SELL famous Hooy. er Uniforms for beauticians, wait resses, nurses, doctors, others. Miracle fabrics—Nylon, dacron, wash 'n wear cottons. Exclusive styles, top quality. Big Income, real future. Equipment FREE. Hoover Uniforms, Dept. H-4788, Textile Bids., Cincinnati 2, Ohio. Issue. Bid. Affil. Fund 8.34 Broad St 14.61 Bullock 13.79 'apit. Shrs 11.84 Divid Shrs 3.50 Fid. Cap 9.12 Fid. Fund 16.73 Fid. Tr 15.10 Fund Inv 10.14 Keystone K-2 .... 5.37 Keystone S-4 4.30 Mass. Tr 15.34 Mass. Grth. ... Nation W. Sec. 8.48 23.08 Asked. 9.02 15.79 15.11 12.97 3.84 9.91 18.09 16.41 11.11 5.86 4.70 16.77 9.27 24.97 17.04 8.19 DO YOU NEED EXTRA MONEY?— $75 yours for selling only 100 Pearl Splendor Christmas card assortments $32.50 for 50 boxes, $15,00 for 25 boxes, etc. Free personalized samples, plus leading boxes on approval. Write today. It costs you nothing to try. Cheerful Card Co., H-332 White Plains, N.Y. 19A — 26 28 Notice to Garbage Collectors TJie ViiJase Board of Roxana, Illinois will receive bids on collecting and disposing of garbage from the entire Village during the year beginning October 1, 1963. Garbage to be collected at least once each week during the months of November to March Inclusive; Twice each week during the months of April and May; Three times each week during the months of June to October, inclusive. . The successful bidder will be required to file with the Village Board a Performance Bond in the amount of One Thousand Dollars. t Bids will be considered at the reg- 'ular meeting of the Village Board at *7:00 P.M. Wednesday, September 4, inaQ ;• ' IRA K1LLAM, Village Clerk — SO RIDERS * RIDERS—Or alternate rides from ! Wood River 10 McDonnell, 7:30 to ' «!pp shift. Building 101 E. 254-5580. Want Ads "Click" FREE—Exciting new 1963 sample album "Name Imprinted" Christmas cards! Run spare time greeting card, gift shop at home. Invite friends, take orders, earn up to 100% profit. Experience unnecessary. Fund raising plans for organizations. Rush name for free album other samples on approval. Regal Greetings., Dept. 179, Ferndale, Mich. 19A — 28 — $23 WEEKLY for wearing lovely dresses received ns extra rewards. Just show Fashion Frocks to friends. No Investment, canvassing or experience necessary. Fashion Frocks, 2, Ohio. Dept. M-4969, Cincinnati SALESMEN DO NOT READ THIS (Unless you are willing to work) Our company is desirous of placing a local man to represent us in Madison County. Must have past bales experience. Starting pay $125 weekly, llospltallzallon. Insurance, retirement plan and corn- puny profit sharing plan. AH this If you can qualify. Phone 254-0729. S:30 to 10 a.m. 20 — 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 Yoi'k Exchange closes at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T, 122%; Gen. Motors, 74%; Granite City Steel, 28%; Olin Mathieson Chem., 42%; Owens Illinois, 81%; Shell Oil, 46%; Sinclair Oil 49; Socony, 72%; Standard Oil (Ind.), 64%, Standard Oil (N.J.), 71%; U.S. Steel, 51%; Sears 94%. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) — USDA—Hogs 8,000; steady to 15 lower; barrows and gilts 190-260 Ib. 16.75-17.35; sows 275-625 Ib. 13.25-16.25. Cattle 1,500; calves 250; steady to 25 higher. Good to prime steers, 23-25. High for good and choice, 22-23.50. Cows, utilily, 14-16.50. Good and choice veal- ers, 24-31. Sheep, 800, steady to weak Good and choice lambs, 18.f)U-21 Ewes, 4.50-6, Nat. Inves 15.76 Tevev. El '. 7.51 News of Stocks Key Issues Take Lead NEW YORK (AP) - Rails, moors, tobaccos savings-and-loans and other issues were strong as he stock market staged a vigor- out rally today on hope that a railroad strike would be averted. Volume for the day was estimated at 5 million shares compared with 4.02 million Tuesday. Gains of key stocks went from fractions to 2 points or so. Higher-priced issues tacked on several points. Chicago & North Western spurted 2 points. Gains of a point or better were made by New York Central, Pennsylvania Railroad, Southern Railway, Southern Pacific and Illinois Central. Among the savings-and-loans, irst Charter Financial, Financial Federation and Wesco Financial rose 2 or more. Gibraltar Financial was up nearly 2, Great Western Financial and United Financial of California more than a point each. As tobaccos spurted, Lorillard, Reynolds and American Tobacco were up about 2. Chrysler ran up more than 3 as a standout in the motors. Xerox gained 9, IBM, 4, Polaroid 6, Control Data about 3 and Eversharp 2. Up about a point wp."e Texaco, American Telephone, U.S. Steel, General Electric, American Smelting and Du Pont. The ticker tape was late as prices climbed late in the day. Prices advanced on lite American Stock Exchange. SALESMAN OR WOMAN—To be as Distant manager, Must have much experience, be mature, able to accept responsibility and work some nights. Salary depends on experience and ability. Hurwitz Jewelers, I Eastgate Plaza. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS live poultry: (AP) Eggs, Eggs and consumer grades, A large 38-39, A medium Corporate bonds were mixed. U.S. governments were un changed to slightly lower. Wheat Farmers Plan Liltle Acreage Hike DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— With the defeat of proposed marketing quotas for wheat in Muy's referendum, do wheat farmers plan large inert-ases in their /all planting? They do not, a poll by Successful Farming magazine indicates. A survey of 308 farmers in 14 major wheat producing states, including Illinois, conducted during July showed that 75 per cent of those interviewed planned to stay within their 1964 acreage allotment. Of those interviewed, 14 per cent planned to exceed their allotment and 11 per cent were undecided. NICOSIA— A completely new sewer system is to be installed on the Island of Cyprus. fr wholesale grades, standard 31-32, unclassified farm run 24-26, checks 18-22. Hens, heavy 14Vi-15',a, light oyer 5 Ibs 8-9, under 5 Ibs 6%7%, commercial broilers and fryers 16-17. 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