Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 30, 1963 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, August 30, 1963
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ALTON Obituaries Franklin Mrs. 'C6ra Dances FrafiMin, Wife t>! Gust Franklin, died Thuf s- day ftt IfliiS p.m, at her h6me bf» Ua$s IMS, Godfrey. She had been In falling health for 10 years. Mrs, Franklin, 64, was born at Patterson, Nov. 8, 1898. Her parents jvee the late Mr. and Mrs, Edward Webb. She Was married to Gust Franklin in St. Charles, Mo. They had lived in Alton previous to moving to Godfrey area some 20 years ago. Survivors beside her husband are twb daughters, Mrs. Donald Reynolds, and Mrs. John Rice, Alton; a sister, Mrs. Fannie Gross, East Alton; three grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren, sbn died previously. Mrs. Franklin was a member Faith Lutheran Church, Godfrey and services Sunday at 2 p.m Will be conducted in the church bj the Rev. Arthur Ledebuhr of Jer seyville. Burial will be in Oa Grovt Cemetery, Jerseyville Visiting hours at Gent Chape will be after 7 p.m. today and un til noon Saturday when the bodj will be taken to the church. sons U Moeller Andrew G. Moeller, 69, of 3531 Franor Ave., a retired Olln sMathiesonChemi- Ical Corp. em- Iploye, died al |8:15 a.m. today fin Wood River f Fownship H o s- Ipital. Mr. Moeller had Ibeen in failing Ihealth for some | time, but had A. Moeller continued active, and had been on a hunting trip Wednesday. He entered the hos. pital Thursday. He had completed 26 years service as a caster at Olin Mathieson at time of his retirement five years ago. Mr. Moeller was born in Jefferson City, Mo., Jan. 24, 1894, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Moeller. He was married Oct. 9, 1935 at St. Charles, Mo., to the former Clara Ander son. He was a member of Messiah Lutheran Church; an elder in the church, and a member of the finance board. He also belonged to the Westerner Club. . Surviving are his wife, a stepson, Randolph Jett, Fosterburg; two brothers, Paul, Hazelwood, Mo., and Herbert, Ferguson, Mo., throe sisters, Mrs. Freda Ruhr, St. Louis; Mrs. Vickie Lefvore, Green Bay, Wis., and Mrs. Agnes Graser, Creve Couer, Mo., and four grandchildren. , Funeral rites will be conducted in Messiah Lutheran Church at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Carl Hilgendorf. Burial will be in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens. The body is at Smith Funeral Home, Alton, where friends may call after 1 p.m. Sunday and until 11 a.m. Tuesday when the body will be taken to the church. Hicks Mrs. Lucretia M. Hicks, 71 was pronounced dead on arrival at St. Joseph's Hospital emergency room Thursday at 4:17 p.m after she collapsed at the Bell Telephone Office, 401 Market SI while paying a bill. A lifetime resident of Alton she lived at 2414a Judson St. anc had been in ill health for the pasl eight years. Alton Fire Depart ment administered oxygen to her at the telephone company office Daughter of the late John anc EAGER TO SERVE DEDICATED TO PLEASE. MODERATE CHARGES Fanny Hubner, she was born i Alton Jan. 10, 1892, and was edu cated in the Alton school sys tertl. She Was the widow of Eue E. Hicks who preceded her ir death in 1944. She was a mem her of SS. Peter and Paul's Ca tholic Church. Survivors include two Donald J. Hicks, Robert Hicks; a stepson, Laurel Hicks stepdaughters Mrs. Harry As and Mrs. Glea Bootert, all'of A ton. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Jacob Schneider, A ton; and Mrs. Henry Koenls Boise, Idaho. There ate 14 granc children and three great - granc children. Her parents, three brothers d five sisters preceded her 1 death. Friends may call at. Gent Fun oral Home after 6:30 p.m. today The Rosary will be read at o'clock tonight in Gent Chapel Requiem mass will be said a 9:30 a.m. Saturday at SS. Pete and Paul's Catholic Church. Bur ial will be in SI. Patrick's Cemetery. McFarland Funeral rites for Harry Me Farland of 1327 Taylor St., wil be conducted at noon Saturday in Alton Community Church where a nephew, the Rev. Henry Con nors, is pastor. Burial will be in Alton Cemetery. The body will be at Russell Chapel after 7 p.m. Mr. -McFarland, a former long time employe of Allied Trucking Co., St. Louis, died Wednesday at his home. Born in Alton June 15, 1894, lie was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William McFarland. He was a veteran of World War 1. Survivors are a , son, Eugene, Los Angeles, Calif., two sisters, Miss Virgie McFarland, and Mrs. Margaret Hart, Alton, and .everal nieces and nephews. Two sisters and two brothers died previously. Hoffstetter A Wood River man, Edwin Hoff- itetter, ,60, of 147 Twelfth St., was ironounced dead on arrival ' at Llton ( Memorial Hospital this morning. Mr. Hoffstetter had been in fail- ng health previously and became eriously ill. shortly after break- ast this morning. Among survivors are his wife, da, ^nd three sons. The body is at Jacoby-Wise Fu- ieral Home, Bunker Hill, pending uneral arrangements. Szmigielski Rites Set for Saturday Funeral services for Zymunt Szmigielski will be conducted !aturday at 9 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Father of Dr. Maria Jarose- vycz, a member of the medical staff of Alton State Hospital, Szmigielski died unexpectedly ast week. He had been living vith his son-in-law and daughter, Dr. Demitrious and Dr. Maria Jarosewycz at 4500 College Ave. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at Staten Chapel where the Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Hamilton Burial In Valhalla Park With the Rev. Jack Adams, pastor of St. Paul's Methodist Ihurch, Rosewood Heights, officiating, funeral rites for Rus. sell Hamilton were conducted al 2 p.m. Thursday in Marks Mortuary. Burial was in Valhalla Memorial Park. Serving as pallbearers were William Titus, George Earl, Herschel Nelson, Jake Willman, Joe Bara, and Dean Felming. SANTIAGO—Local labor lead ers near the Chilean capital say they may call a strike of auto makers. STREEPER FUNERAL HOME 1620 WASHINGTON CORA FRANCES FRANKLIN Services 2:00 p.m. Saturday at Faith Lutheran Church. Rev, Arthur Ledebuhr officiating. In state at the Chapel. LUCRETIA M. HICKS Services 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Sts. Peter & Paul's Church. Burial In St. Patrick's Cemetery, In state at the Chapel. Rosary recited at 8:00 p.m. Friday, Prices dft 16 Mutual Funds Following Is ft list of 16 rnutua investment fund stock quotation provided to the Telegraph bj Newhard, Cook Co, tfiroiigh its Alton office. These stocks ap selected on the basis of thei sales and ownership in the area The quotations are yesterday' closing. tame. fild. Affil. Fund ...... 8.43 Broad St 14.TO Bullock 13.92 Capit. Shrs 11.99 Divld Shrs 3.53 Fid. Cap D.29 Fid. Fund ,. lfi,88 Fid. Tr 15.47 Fund Inv. ....... 10.23 Keystone K-2 Keystone S-4 Mass. Tr. ... Mass. Grth. Nation \V. Sec Nat, Inves. Tevev. El, 5.41 4.37 15.43 8,56 23.23 15.94 7.62 Asked 9.12 15.89 15.26 13.13 3.87 10.10 18.25 16.82 11.21 5.91 4.78 16.86 9.36 25.13 17.23 8.31 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1;30 p.m quotations of 12 New York Stock Sxchange issues research has ndicated are widely held In the Alton area, as supplied to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook :o., from Its Alton office. (The few York Exchange closes a 2:30 p.m, (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations); AT&T 123, Gen. Motors 74% Iranite City Steel 28%, Olin Mathieson 43, Owens-Illinois 81% Shell Oil 46%, Sinclair Oil 49%. Socony 73, Standard Oil (Ind.) i5Va, Standard (NJ) 71%, U. S. Jteel 51%, Sears 93%. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, ni. AP) - (USDA) - Hogs 8,000; 5 to 50 lower: barrows and gilts 90-270 Ib 16.25-17.25; sows 275-625 b 13.00-16.25. Cattle 300; calves 100; no mar- et trend; utility cows 13.50-16.50; ood to choice vealers 22.00-30.00. Sheep 300; 25 to 50 lower; good o prime lambs 18.50-20.50; cull to ood 5.00-6.00. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP)—Eggs and live oultry: Eggs, consumer grades, large 38-39, A medium 29-31, A mall 18-21, B large 32-33, Whole- ale grades, standard 31-32, un- lassified farm run 24 : 26, checks 8-22. Hens, heavy 14%-15%, light ver 5 Ibs 8-9, under 5 Ibs 6%-7%, ommercial broilers and fryers Mrs. Joseph Wright Elites Conducted Funeral services were cbnduct- d this morning for Mrs. Joseph Vright at St. Ambrose Catholic 'hurch by the Rev. Father A. E. Robinson. Interment was in the family ot at St. Patrick's Cemetery and ites were conducted. by the Rev. 'ather Walter M. Weerts. Pallbearers were Mike Eckard, Floyd Smith, Robert Dale, tobert McGlasson, Henry Liley nd Frank Manescalco. Connors Interment In Upper Alton following services Thursday t 10 a.m. in St. James Baptist Church, the body of Mrs. Elinor Connors was taken to Upper Alon Cemetery for interment. The Rev. C. D. Buchanan of- iciated at the rites. Pallbearers were William, Da/id, Louis, and Jesse Connors, "rad Taggert,- and Burnett Cor- lish. Rites Conducted for Infant Eugene Hinton The Rev. J. H. Killion, assistant astor of Union Baptist Church, onducted services at 11 a.m. tc~ ay in Russell Chapel for Eugene Hinton Jr., IV'a, son of Mr. and /Irs. Hinton. Burial was in Alton Cemetery. McKee Interment In Valhalla Park The Rev. Joseph Fast, pastor of delville Congregational Church, onducted funeral rites Thursday n Gent Chapel for Mrs, Amanda ilcKee. Intrement was in Val- alla Memorial Park. Pallbearers were Lester, David, ames and Joseph McKee, William 'itzgerald and Harold Fessler, ALTON ANDREW G, Services 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Messiah Lutheran Churoh News o Futures Steady CHICAGO Uft - Grain futures prices were mostly steady today in generally slow and mixed deal Ings on the Board of Trade. Activity in the soybean pit was unusually quiet with prices there only small fractions either way o previous closes most of the time However, they backed down cent or so in spots early before opening an accumulation ol buy Ing orders which quickly steadlec the market. The 1964 crop wheat attractet best support and posted gains o well over a cent a bushel. Elsewhere, activity largely was lirrt lied to evening up positions for the weekend and the Labor Day holiday. Receipts totaled: Wheat 8 care corn 84, oats 4, rye none, barley 5 and soybeans 6. CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No 3 red 1.80V4; No 1 hard 2.00V*. Corn No 1 yellow 1.34%; No 2 yellow 1.34 ] / 2 ; No 4 yellow 1.31. Oats sample grade heavy white 64V4 No soybean sales. Soybean oil 8b-8V4a. News of Stocks Airlines Show Gams NEW YORK (AP) — Airlines and selected Issues were strong in a mixed stock market today. Trading was moderately .active. Volume for the day was estimated at 4.1 million shares compared with 5.11 million Thursday. The pace of trading simmered down after a fairly vigorous start. The market wheelhorses moved n desultory fashion, reflecting customary pre-Labor Day cau- ion. As airlines rallied, Eastern was up more than a point. National and Pan American made gains of about a point. United and American added fractions. Electronic Specialty spurted 3 joints in active trading while electronic Associates gained more than 4. High Voltage engi- leering rose more than a point and Control Data over 2. Xerox sank about 5, IBM more ban a point. Magnavox and Genral Precision lost about -a point :ach after Thursday's flurry on merger hopes. Admiral lost a raction. Sperry Rand looked as if it might repeat Thursday's role as most active stock, rising a fraction in heavy trading. Homestake was up about a point and Ameri Cyanamid more than that.. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES Legal — 16 — 23 — 30 NOTICE OF LETTING (1) Sealed proposals will be re .eived in the office of the District Engineer. Illinois Division of High ways, 9300 St. Clalr Avenue, East St. Louis, Illinois, until 10 o'clock \.M., Central Daylight Time, Sep. ember 6, 1963, for the Installation )f an exhaust ventilation' system or the State Highway garage at 300 St. Clalr Avenue, East St. Lou s, Illinois. (2) Proposals shall be submitted n forms furnished by the Division if Highways which may be obtain. jd at the ofice of the District En. gineer after the applicant has fur ished due proof that he has adequ. ate personnel and equipment to >erform the work satisfactorily. (3) Proposals shall be enclosed n an envelope endorsed: "Exhaust Ventllatoln System for State Highway Garage." (4) The right Is reserved to re ect any and all proposals and to waive technicalities. By Order of the State of Illinois Department of Public Works and Buildings BY: William S. Krause District Engineer Legal — 16 — 23 — 30 STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) SS: COUNTY OF MADISON ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Divorce Chancery No. 63-C-517 BETH E. DELEHANTY, Plaintiff WILLIAM F. DELEHANTY, Defendant To: WILLIAM F, DELEHANTY The requisite affidavit having been lied, Notice is hereby given you, WILLIAM F. DELEHANTY, De- endant In the above entitled cause, hat the above ault has been com menced in the Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois, by the said Plaintiff, BETH E. DELEHANTY. against you, praying for divorce: hat said suit Is numbered 63-C-S17 n Chancery, and is still pending. And that WILLIAM F. DELE- iANTY Defendant Is to be served by publication. Now therefore, unless you, WIL LIAM F. DELEHANTY, said De endant, file your Answer to the Complaint or otherwise appear In said suit In the said Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois, held n the Court House In the City of Edwardsvllle, Illinois, on or before September 25, 1963, default may be entered against you at any time after that date, and a Decree entered in accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. Dated this 12th day of August, A.D. 1963. Wlllard V. Portell Clerk of the Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois WISEMAN, HALLETT tt MOSELE Irving M, Wiseman Attorneys for Plaintiff 620 E. Third St. Altpn, Illinois 62004 Phone: HOward 5-2541 LEGAL — 23 — 30 — Sept. 8-63 — NOTICE OF LETTING (1) Sealed proposals will be received in the office of the District Engineer, Illinois Division of Highways, 9300 St. Clalr Avenue, Eait St. Louis. Illinois, until 10 o'clock A.M., Daylight Saving Time, September 13. 1963, for the Construction of "inlet AdJuitment" on ?A 12 Spur (Black Lane), located Between U.S. Route 40 and FAI 70 jast of Colllnsvllie, Illlnoli, In Madison County. • (2) Proposals shall be submitted on forms furnished by the Division of Highways which may be obtained at the office of the DUtrlct Engl- neer, after the applicant hag furnished due proof that he hat adequate personnel and equipment to perform the work satisfactorily. . (3) Proposals shall be enclosed In n envelope endorsed "Proposed nlet Adjustment (or FA 13 Spur. Section 28-1-1". (4) The rliiht is reserved to re- ect any ana all proposals and to waive technicalities. By Order of the: state of Illlnoli Department of Public Work* and Willia district Enilneor lliam S. Kraun TELEGRAPH "WANT ADS" ARE THE CAT'S PAJAMAS .... Because they offer a low, cost means of doing things which can't be done any other way for thousands of people. Want Ads have been called "a unique public service feature that only a newspaper can provide", People use so many Want Ads in so many newspapers that they are impossible to'count, but reliable estimates show that over 30 million families use Want-Ads every year. 1 • * Now is a good time for you to use a TelegrapJi'Wemt Ad" and prove to yourself how hard and last a Want Ad can work. , Call 465*6641,8 am'til 5pm and a friendly ad faker nillhelp

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