Nf Altcw Evttifng Telegraph Monday, August 21,1972 Advances lead but blue chips soften NEW YORK (AP) -Blue- turned wft today, but continued to out- Wratoer declines among stock fliariwt issues. Trading was 16 selected stocks Following are today's noon quotations of New York Stock Exchange issues research has Indicated are widely held in the Alton area as supplied to the Alton Telegraph by Newhard Cook & Co., from its Alton branch office. The New York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 p.m. (Alton Time), so these are not the closing quotations: Airco, Inc 20^4 AT&T 44% Clark Oil 19(4 General Motors 76% Grant (W.T.) Co 39 Kresge (S.S.) Co 41% Mobfl Oil 66% McDonnell, Douglas .... 35 National Steel 40 ex dividend Olln Corp 1794 Owens-niinois 47% Penney (J.C.) Co 81% Sears 104% Shell Oil Co. 47% Squibb Beechnut 104% Standard Oil (Ind.) .... 76% Standard Oil (N.J.) .... 79% U.S. Steel 29% Livestock prices at East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) — Estimated receipts for Tuesday: 5,000 hogs, 1,500 cattle and 300 sheep. Hog receipts: 5,500 head. Trading fairly active. Butchers under 240 Ibs steady to strong, instances 25 higher. US 1-2 210-240 Ibs 30.25-30.50, 100 head near 215 Ibs 30.75; US 1-3 200-240 Ibs 30.00-30.25. Sows: active, 25-50 higher. US 1-3 300-350 Ibs 26.75-27.25; 350400 Ibs 26.00-26.50; 400-600 Ibs 25.75-26.25. Boars: 23.00; weights under 350 Ibs 23.0025.00. Cattle receipts: 2500. Trading slow. Slaughter steers and heifers fully 50 lower. Cows and bulls steady. Supply largely average. Slaughter steers: high choice and prime 1075-1150 Ibs yield grade 3-4 35.50-36.00; choice 900-1175 Ibs yield grade 3-4 34.75-35.50; mixed good and choice 34.25-25.00. Slaughter heifers: high choice and prime 850-950 Ibs yield grade 3-4 33.50-34.00; choice 800-1000 Ibs yield grade 2-4 33.00-33.50; mixed good and choice 32.0033.00. Cows: utility and commercial 25.00-27.50, few utility 28.00; cutter 24.00-27.00; canner 22.00-24.00. Vealers: choice 48.00-50.00. Sheep receipts: 300 head. Trading in spring slaughter lambs rather slow and steady. Ewes steady. Spring slaughter lambs: choice and prime 90105 Ibs 30.00-81.00; good and choice 29.00-30.00; good 28.0029.00. Slaughter ewes: utility to choice 5.00-7.00. moderately active. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was down 1.50 at 964.33, but among issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange, advances led declines by more than 3 to 2. Oil stocks continued to dominate the active list on the Big Board, with Gulf Oil up % at 25%; Occidental Petroleum, up % to 14%; Texaco, up % at 34%; Continental Oil, up % at 33%; Phillips Petroleum, up % at 84%; Jersey Standard, up U at 79%. S. S. Kresge was off sharply, trading down 4% at 41. after reporting a 13-week net of 21 cents a share compared with 20 cents a share a year earlier. Talley Industries, off % to 10%, was the most actively traded Big Board stock, chiefly on a block of 151,000 shares at 10. Obituaries Shewmake Real estate network Jamos A. Jackson, left, president, of the Electronic Realty Associates, Inc. of Olatho, Kan., demonstrates to George Peterie of the Petorie Real Estate Agency, new electronic equipment that will link the Peterie Agency with other real estate agencies across the country. Wheat futures Peterie firm now a member of decline electronic photo listing net Invest In MUNICIPAL BONDS Interest exempt from Federal Income Tax MUNICIPAL BONO CORP. First National Bank Bldg. 200 W. 3rd St. Alton By ED DE MOCH CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat futures declined nearly 2 cents early on the Chicago Board of Trade today but soybeans advanced just as much. Corn prices were a shade lower but oats were mixed. Iced broilers were little changed. Soybean meal gained .50 a ton but soybean oil prices were mixed. The early loss in wheat and the gain in soybeans was trimmed within the first hour. Early selling in wheat was attributed to trade reports that mainland China will actively seek Canadian wheat. There had been some hopes that the United States might negotiate a grain sale to China. Another weakening factor was a report that Indian's grain problems were not quite so bad as first reported some weeks ago. After wheat futures had dipped 1% cents, a rally set in. Cash grain CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat No 2 soft red 1.77^n, No 2 hard red 1.74%n; corn No 2 yellow 1.30n; oats No 2 extra heavy white .80%n; soybean No 1 yellow 3.63i/4n. Soybean oil 10.02n. No 2 yellow corn was quoted at 1.29-1.30 Friday. Eggs and poultry at St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs, consumer grades: A large 3039, A medium 20-29, A small 11-20, B large 20-31; wholesale grades: large 22-25, standard 17-20, medium 12-15, unclassified 8-10. , Hens: Heavy (6 Ibs. and over) 9, medium (5-6 Ibs.) 6, leghorns 2. 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Greenwood Account Executive George Peterie Agency of Godfrey has become the latest member of ERA, a growing nation-wide network of residential realtors offering an electronic photo listing service to their clients, according to George Peterie, owner of the local realty firm in Godfrey. ERA stands for Electronic Realty Associates, the parent organization located in 01 a the, Kan., which originated and developed the new listing concept. As a member of the ERA network, the Agency is now linked to ERA plus ERA members across the country by direct wire. Special electronic equipment in the office of each member can transmit a photo and pertinent information of any listing to any other ERA member in the country. "The ERA system marks a real breakthrough in the real estate field", commented Peterie. "The real value of this service is that for the first time, it will enab'e people living in one part of the country to actually see photos of homes available for sale in any city they plan to move to." For people planning a move, the system works like this. After determining the size, price, and type of home prospective buyers are interested in, the local realtor feeds this information, via ERA, to another member in a specified city. The home office then places pictures of selected property on an electronic scanner that match the demands of the buyer. The scanner is capable of scanning six pictures simultaneously. Six minutes later, the interested buyers can see the finished electronic home pictures. The public is invited to see the equipment in action at an open house planned for Sept. 16. Police arrest 4 men; seize large quantity of marijuana A large quantity of marijuana — more than 500 grams — was confiscated by Alton police Sunday during the arrest of three East Alton and one Wood River man. The four were arrested after police stopped them for drinking beer while driving west in the 160\) block of Broadway shortly after 5 p.m., officers said. In the car, driven by Gregory Phillip Frieman, 21, of 116 Whitelaw Ave., East Alton, police found 14 plastic bags of marijuana. Frieman was charged with violation of the cannabis control act (marijuana possession) and with illegal transportation of an alcoholic beverage. Also charged with violation of the Cannabis control act and with drinking beer in a public place were: John Moulton, 22, of 1378 Miland Ave., and Thomas Albert Carroll, 22, of 604 Bender St., both of East Alton, and Stanley Michael Carpunky, 23 of 560 Prospect St., in Wood River. Police had stopped the car when they observed the occupants drinking beer. A search of the car resulted and that's when police found what later tested to be marijuana. In other police news an 18- year-old Alton youth was arrested on a charge of robbery following a purse snatching report on 7th Street Friday night. Arrested was Anthony Wayne Buford of 1928 Alby St. Buford was arrested after the purse of Ms. Beverly Cope of 305 E. 8th St., was snatched from her as she was walking along 7th Street at Alby. The woman told police that two young men passed her and grabbed her purse. The pair ran east on 7th Street for one block and then ran south on Easton. A witness watched the pair flee and police were told that one of the men had run into the Salvation Army headquarters at 1928 Alby St. Police went' inside and arrested Buford. A search of the area outside the Salvation Army center turned up the purse and $40 worth of food stamps which had been in the purse. Not recovered was the $13 cash which had been in the purse or a second man. Prisoner saws bar; jumps to freedom from city jail The Alton jail looked like the scene of an olden day scenario Saturday night when police found that a prisoner had sawed a bar out with a hacksaw and then jumped over 25 feet to his freedom. Thomas Dewey Stewart, the 26-year-old accused robber of the Redwood Motel in Godfrey Thursday night, had worked for hours cutting out a bar State Chamber of Commerce dinner here 011 Sept. 6 Edward W. Ruhe, president, brass group, Olin Corporation, East Alton, will be host at an Illinois State Chamber of Commerce dinner and report meeting Sept. 6 in the Stratford Motor Hotel, Alton. Ruhe, a director of the statewide business organization, said state chamber members and other leading businessmen from Alton and 19 surrounding communities have been invited to attend the 6:30 p.m. meeting. Featured speaker will be Ralph I. Claassen, chairman of the board of the state chamber Claassen is vice p i' e s i d e n t and i;enera] production manager of Hiram Walker & Sons, Inc., iVi'i'ia. State chamber President Lester W. Brann Jr. will lead a chamber staff panel discussion of key issues facing the Illinois- General Assembly and Congress. Serving with Ruhe as cosponsors of the dinner are: J. Homer Kennedy, president, Edwardsville National Bank & Trust Co.; Carl E. Maihias, manager, Illinois Power Co., Granite City; and Burnell Watson, president, CBW Transport Services, Inc., Wood River. The meeting is one in a series bein.i: conducted by the State Chamber throughout Illinois to keep businessmen alin-asi of .stale and national e c o n o in i c and legislative issues. of the window on his ceil before he was able to take the long leap to freedom. Other prisoners told police, following the escape, that Stewart, who listed Tennessee as home, had first been thrown a ball of string from an accomplice below the cell window. Then within minutes, Stewart lowered an end of the string and brought up some hacksaw blades tied to the string by the accomplice. "He had something under his shirt too, but don't know what that was," Stewart's fellow prisoner told officers after the escape. The other prisoner also said that after Stewart had cut away the bar he asked the inmate for his shirt but ihe inmate refused. Then Stewart went out the window. Workmen were at the jail this morning to replace the missing bar. Stevedores back on job LONDON (AP) - Britain's 42,000 stevedores reported back for work today af'cr their three-week strike but local labor unrest still hampered two ports. Fred Shewmake, 69, of 241 Janet St., Alton died at 8:28 p.m. Sunday at St. Anthony's Hospital where he had been for the past week. He had been ill for the past five years. He was a self-employed construction worker and a member of Teamster's Local 525. He retired in 1966. He was born Dec. 4, 1902, in West Alton, Mo., the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Shewmake. On Sept. 24, 1928, he married the former Miss Dora Lowe. He was a member of the North Alton Baptist Church and V.F.W. Post 1308. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy, and served during World War II. Beside his wife, he Is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Homer (Shirley) Osborn of Alton; two grandchildren; one brother, Harry Shewmake of Alton; and one sister, Mrs. Chester Ingles of Rogers, Ark. Guneral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Gent Chapel. The Rev. W. C. Ward will be officiating, assisted by the Rev. Lolard Simmons. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Visitation will be at Gent Chapel after 4 p.m. Tuesday. Sister Mary Delores O.S.M. of Desoto, Mo., Sister Theodore Marie S.S.M. of St. Louis, Mrs. John (Julia) Mulean of Godfrey, Mrs. Louis (Agnes) Hesse of Vaergaw, N. C., and Gertrude at home; three sons Ben, George and David of Godfrey, and Paul of Alton; one brother, John J. of Godfrey; one sister, Sister Mary Lucy S.S.N.D. of St. Louis; 44 grandchildren; and two great grandchildren. Visitation is Monday from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Staten Funeral Home. Rosary is at 8 p.m. Monday. Funeral Mass is Tuesday at 9 a.m. at St. Mary's Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's cemetery. Howard Pilz Mr. and Mrs. G.P. Pilz and daughter, Catherine, of 2301 Edwards St., left Sunday morning fur Wausau, Wis., to attend funeral services for Pilz's mother, Mrs. Bertha Pilz, who died Friday evening in a nursing home at Oshkosh, Wis. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at Trinity Lutheran Church in Wausau where her husband, the Rev. Martin Pilz, had been pastor before his death hi 1967. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Pilz is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Louis Douglas, of Keenah, Wis.; three sons, Ernest of Fayettville, N. C., Otto of Toledo, Ohio, and Gerhard of Alton; and two grandchildren. Droste Theodore N. Droste, 83, of Rte. 1, Godfrey died Saturday at 4:45 p.m. at St. Anthony's Hospital. He was born in Godfrey Aug. 18, 1889. He died on his 83rd birthday. He was married Mary Brinkman May 21, 1918 at St. Mary's Church in Alton. He was a farmer in Godfrey all his life. He was a member of St. Mary's Church. Besides his wife, he is survived by seven daughters; Sister Mary Julianne S.S.M. of Jefferson City, Mo., Sister Mary Ann O.P. of Matteson, Orvis C. Howard, 47, of Rte. 1, Godfrey died at 12:05 p.m. Saturday at St. Anthony's Hospital. He had been a tanker man at National Marine Co. for seven years. He was born in Salem, Mo., Nov. 18, 1925. He married Daisey Burton July 16, 1971 in Alton. Besides his wife, he is* survived by his mother, Mrs. Viola Foster of East Alton; three daughters, Mrs. Linda May of Arizona, Mrs. Sybil Long of Jerseyville, and Miss Janet Howard, U.S. Marines; four sons, Phillip Howard of Alton, Alan Howard, U.S. Navy, Mike and Nathan Howard, both of Alton, three step-daughters, Mrs. Nancy McMillan of Elsah, Judy and Barbara Barton, both at home; one step-son, Arnold Barton at home; one brother, James Howard of East Alton; one sister, Mrs. Hean Russell of Alton, and two grandchildren. Visistaion will be after 7 p.m. today at Smith funeral Home in Wood River. Services will be 1 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. The Rev. Wilbur H. Largen will preside. Burial will be in Rose Lawn cemetery. at 2 p.m. at Staten Funeral Home. Prayer service will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Funeral mass will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Michael's Church in Bel- Irees. Burial will be in St. Michael's Cemetery. Woodfork Mrs. Pearl Woodfork, 54, of 703 Division St., Alton died at 3:15 a.m. Saturday at St. Anthony's Hospital. She was born May 24, 1918, in Alton. She attended Alton public schools and graduated from Alton Senior High School. She is survived by her husband, Sylvester Woodfork; a daughter, Mrs. Phyllis Banks; three granddaughters; her father Jesse McFern; all of Alton; and her mother, Mrs. Mary Walton of California. Visitation will be from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Greater St. James Baptist Church, where funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday. Officer's Funeral Home of East St. Louis is making arrangements. Bechtold Mrs. Anna M. Bechtold of Beltrees died at 4:45 p.m. Sunday at St. Joseph's Hospital. She was 74. She was born in Beltrees May 3, 1898. She was married to Henry Bechtold May 31, 1922. They celebrated their golden wedding anniversary this year. She was a member of St. Michael's Church and the Altar Society at Beltrees. Besides her husband, she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Robert Bregenzer of Jefferson City, Mo.; three sons, Robert and Raymond of Godfrey and Eugene at home; 10 grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Bechtold of Alton and Mrs. Elizabeth Bechtold of Beltrees. Visitation will be Tuesday Vets urged to fight together By KARREN A. MILLS MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — The gap between Vietnam veterans and older members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars is no larger than the gap between World War I and World War II veterans, an elderly veteran said Sunday. "All veterans need,to fight for themselves, and they've got to fight together to be effective," said the former Cleveland, Ohio, area farmer who asked not to be identified. "You'd be surprised how many disagreements we World War I veterans have with the boys who fought in World War II," he said. "But we've all got to work together to accomplish anything." That sence of unity was perhaps most evident Sunday evening, when the 73rd annual national VFW convention officially opened with a memorial service for all deceased veterans. "Memory is what God gave us so we can have our roses in December," said The Rev. Dr. A. Purnell Bailey, weaving his memorial address around the quotation. Some 3,000 veterans, members of the Ladies Auxiliary and their guests attended the religious memorial service, filled with pomp and ceremony and moving tribute to fallen veterans. The Bluejacket Choir from the U.S. Navy Training Center at Great Lakes, 111., provided the vocal music, giving moving renditions of Mrs. William Imes of Stockton, Calif. There are 14 surviving grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Also surviving are two brothers, William of Moro and Norman of St. Louis. He was past master of Masonic Lodge 406 of Bethalto and a member of the Bethalto Senior Citizens. •He was a member of St. John's United Church of Christ of Midway and a member of the church brotherhood. Visitation will be after 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Weber Funeral Home and from 9.'30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., time of service, at St. John's United Church of Christ, Midway. Burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery at Bethalto. The family requests that memorials be made to the St. John's Memorial Fund or the Heart Fund. Stauffer Goldie M. Stauffer, 79, of Mulberry Grove died Sunday in Greenville. She had been ill for the past two years. Her husband, Arthur Stauffer, preceded her in death. She is survived by one son, Maurice Stauffer of Alton; three sisters and two brothers; two granddaughters, Mrs. Shirley Hentrich and Mrs. Carol Croff both of Godfrey; and three great - grandchildren. Visitation will be today at Ripperdan Funeral Home in Mulberry Grove from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in Liberty Cemetery. Ewing "Nearer, My God, To Thee," "Sleep, Soldier Boy," "You'll Never- Walk Alone" and "America the Beautiful." "Your journey is ended ... your work is done ... sleep, soldier boy, sleep on," the a cappella choir sang just before a symbolic tribute of red, white and blue flowers was placed on a symbolic grave covered with Buddy Poppies. "Most of us truly have to lose something before we ever know we had it," The Reverend Dr. Bailey, executive secretary of the United Methodist Commission on Chaplains in Washington, D.C., said in his address. "Only those who remember with grateful hearts 'truly have their roses," he said. Despite the unity of the memorial service, young faces were not in abundance at the convention, even though many of the week's resolutions affect the young. Several of the more than 700 resolutions scheduled to come before the convention during its business sessions this week concern amnesty for draft resisters, improved veterans benefits and treatment of American prisoners of war in North Vietnam. National Commander Joseph L. Vicites has said he does not expect the VFW's traditional opposition to the amnesty issue to change. Committees began work Sunday,considering resolutions covering national security, veterans benefits, employment, Americanism and foreign affairs. Tudor LaWanda E. Ewing, six- weeks-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Ewing of 804 Silver St., Alton was found dead at 6:10 a.m. Saturday at her home. She was born in Alton July 9, 1972. Besides her parents she is survived by, four brothers; Vincent, Jeffrey, Joseph and Douglas; three sisters, Toni, Suskshun and Kimberly, all at home, her maternal grandmother and . paternal grandmother. Grave side services will be held Tuesday at 9 a.m. at the Upper Alton Cemetery. The arrangements are being made by Anderson Funeral Home. Kntckeberg EDWARDSVILLE - Chris F. Krickeberg, 75, of Rte. 1, Moro, died at 3:15 a.m. today at St. Anthony's Hospital, Alton. A retired farmer, he had served 24 years on the Madison County Board of Supervisors, representing Moro Township, and was a life-long area resident, born May 12, 1897 in Ft. Russell Township, a son of the late William and Elizabeth . Schmidt Kruckeberg. He was married Feb. 2, 1919, to Gertrude Lerche, who survives together with three sons and two daughters: Kenneth and Walter Kruckeberg, both of Moro; James Kruckeberg of Jakona, Alaska; Mrs. Cora Eberhart of Edwardsville and EDWARDSVILLE — Mrs. Helen N. Tudor, 54, of 903 Prickett, died at 6:45 p.m. Friday at the home of her son, Duane. An Edwardsville resident the past 34 years, she was employed as a nurses aide a tthe Anna-Henry Nursing Home here. Born March 12, 1918 at Morehouse. Mo., she is survived by her mother, Mrs. Cecil Sealy of Jacksonville, Fla.; two sons, David K. of Nashville, Tenn. and Duane L. of Edwardsville; seven grandchildren and several brothers and sisters. She was married June 12, 1939 to Kenneth R. Tudor, who-died Feb. 16,1972. She was affiliated with the First Presbyterian Church. Visitation will be after 2 p.m. today at the Weber Funeral home where services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday by Rev. Carl Bennett, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Sunset Hill Cemetery. Morizo GILLESPIE Louis J. Morizo, 60, of Mt. Clare died Sunday at 9:20 a.m. at Firman Des Loge Hospital, St. Louis. He was born March 5, 1912 in Mt. Clare. He married the former Miss Lila McCracken on Aug. 17,1940. She survives. Besides his wife, he is survived by one son, Adolph of Mt. Clare; one daughter TyEllen Morizo of Mt. Clare; and one sister, Rose Rizzotto of Alton. He is a veteran of World Warll. Visitation will be after 4 p.m. Tuesday at Hebenstreit Funeral Home in Gillespie. The funeral will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the funeral home. The Rev. Ray Ditch will preside. Burial will be in Benld City Cemetery. WOOD RIVER ORVIS C. HOWARD Visitation after 7 p.m. today. Services 1 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Alton, Wood Rlvar, Betbalto FUNERAL DIRECTORS [O. Carson Quinn Carson J. Quinn A Continuation Of 30 Years Service 603 HENRY ST. 462-9296 NFDA EFDA v v v v FRED SHEWMAKE Services 2 p.m. Wednesday, Gent Chapel Rev. W. C. Ward and Rev. Lolard Simmons officiating Burial Upper Alton Cemetery. In state at the chapel after 4 p.m. Tuesday.
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