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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Obituaries Stoye Mrs. Harriett Lea Hayes Stoye, 40, died uexpectedly early this morning. She was the wife of Raymond Stoye, 2102 Amelia St. Mrs. Stoye, a diabetic, had been active and had attended a sewing class at East Junior High School, earlier in the evening. After T«- turrting home television for she had watched a while and then had retired. She became ill after midnight and was moved by ambulance to Alton Memorial Hospital where she was pronounced dead on arrival. The former Harriett Lea Hayes, she was born at Kane, April 11, 1923, to Mrs. Minnie Hayes and the late Harold Hayes. Her father died in 1949. She was married March 10, 1955, in Alton to Raymond Stoye, and previous to that had lived in Carrollton. Survivors beside her husband and mother, are a daughter, Ruth Ellen, and two sons, William Thomas and Ronald Gilleland, the latter two children of a previous marriage. She also leaves three brothers, Charles Leon, New Orleans, La., Michael, Bethallo, and Marion, Granite City. Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 10:30 a.m. in Smith Funeral Home, Alton, after which the body will be taken to Carrollton for interment in St. John's Cemetery. Visiting hours at home, will be after • day. the funeral p.m. Thurs- Alfred L. Morgan Rites Concluded Funeral services for Alfred L. Morgan, 2219 Halliburton St., will be conducted Thursday at 1 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home, Alton, by the Rev. Carl Hilgendorf, pastor of Messiah Lutheran Church. Burial will be in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens. Visiting hours at the funeral home will be after 7 p.m. today. In addition to survivors, named Tuesday in an announcement of the death, is a son, Lewis Morgan, Alton, Burton Burial in Rose Lawn Gardens Funeral rites were conducted for Mrs. Joana Burton at 11 this morning at Marks Mortuary, Wood River, by Evangelist Clarence Archibald, of St. Louis. Pallbearers were Louis War ford, Jerome Wintjen, George Thus, Arthur Van Duker, W. V. Heathman and Floyd Bunt. Burial was in Gardens. Rose Lawn Memory Neivs of Grains Futures Slacken CHICAGO (AP)-Demand for grain futures slackened late today on the Board of Trade and prices fell back from extreme early gains as profit-taking developed. Earlier there was increased demand for wheat, reflecting new purchases of the bread grain by Russia, which has been hit by adverse crop conditions. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 8 cars, corn 56. oats 3, rye none, barley 6, soybeans norie. CHICAGO (AP) — No wheat, oats or soybean sales. Corn No 4 yellow 1.34V6; No 5 yellow 1.3333%. Soybean oil 8%n. Prev. High Low Close close Wheat Sep 1.94% 1.91% 1.93 1.93% Dec 1.97% 1.95% 1.95% 1.95% Mar 2.00 1.98 1.98% 1.98 1 /!! May 1.96% 1.94% 1.95% 1:94% Jul 1.65% 1.63% 1.64 1.64 1.67V& 1.65% 1.66 1.66V 2 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. Issue. Affil. Fund , Broad St. .., Bullock Capit. Shrs. , Ratliffi Mrs. Julia Katherine Ratliffe, SO, who lived with a daughter, Mrs. George Urban, at 125 S. 7th SI., Wood River, died at 2:15 p.m. Tuesday in Wood River To\vnship Hospital. Mrs. Ratliffe entered the hospital Friday following a paralytic stroke. She had lived at Alhambra for 48 years before moving to Wood River in 1950, and also had lived for a while at Sedalia, Mo., where she affiliated with the Methodist Church. Born at Circle Village, Ohio, July 26, 1880, she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Zac- chius Smothers. She was married May 6. 1902, at Lacon, 111., to Harry Ratliffe, who died in November of 1946. Survivors in addition to Mrs. Urban are a son, John, Cahokia; a sister, Mrs. Margaret Brown, Glendale, Calif., 10 grandchildren, and 9 great-grandchildren. Three sons, three brothers, and a sister, died previously. Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday at 9 a.m. in M arks Mortuary, Wood River, by the Rev. E. Eugene Smith. Burial will be in Woodland Hill Cemetery. Visiting hours at the mortuary will be after 6 p.m. Friday. Schmedake Mrs. Minnie Schmedake of 2828 Iowa St., Granite City, a native of Pearl, and mother of Virgil Sykes, Godfrey, and Mrs. Doris Lawrence, Wood River, died al 6:05 p.m.. Tuesday in St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Granite City. She had been in ill health for a year and entered the hospita two weeks ago. Mrs. Schmedake had lived in Granite City for 27 years and was a member of First Presbyterian Church, there. Her husband, Robert, died in 1958. Surviving in addition to her area children, are three other daughters, Miss Dorothy Schmed ake, Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Evelyn Davis, Miami, Fla., and Mrs Ruth Barnard, Los Molinos, Calif a brother, Nelson, Springfield; 11 Malcolm Bobbitt Burial in Betbalto With the Rev. Kenneth Moore East Alton officiating funeral tes for Malcomb Bobbitt of Cot- ge Hills were conducted Tues- ay at 2 p.m. in Marks Mortu- ry, Wood River. Burial was in ethalto Cemetery. Pallbearers were Marvin Kraft, <e Rhine, Arnold Smith, Elmer choeneweis and Ray Weaver. Coffin an Interment In Valley View Following services at 2 p.m. xiay in Gent Chapel the body of armon Coffman was taken to alley View Cemetery, Edwards- rille, for interment. The Rev. Paul S. Krebs, pas- or of Twelfth Street Presbyter- an Church, officiated at the rites. Pallbearers were Troy Kerrer, larvey Burjes, Clarence Maxei- er, Emil Michelbuch, Fred Ticker, and Otis Unterbrink. Lavick Funeral; Upper Alton Burial Funeral services for Mrs. Franes Lavick of 1619 Joesting Ave., vere conducted at 10 a.m. today n Gent Chapel by the Rev. Father "tavid Peters. Burial was in Up- w?r Alton Cemetery. Servint as pallbearers were erry J.. and Jerry G. Lavick, Warren Kleffner, and Victor Maruis. Administration Wins * In Iranian Election TEHRAN, Iran. (AP)—Results »f Iran's long-delayed parliamen ary election were proclaimed to- lay as an endorsement of the Allah's land and other reform policies. First returns in Tuesday's na- ionwide balloting pointed to vic- ory by government-supported :andidates for 230 seats in Parliament. In a statement, Premier Assa- dullah Alain said that "live men and women voted, and unlike past elections, identity cards of dead arsons or infants were not used >y government riggers to obtain votes." Among reforms sponsored by Shah was granting the right to vote to women. ALTON ALFRED L. MORGAN Services 1 p.m. Thursday Funeral Home HARRIET LEA STOYE Services 10:30 a.m. Friday ' Funeral Home R1VBR •BTHALTO WE INVITE COMPARISON We Are Proud Of Our ESTABLISHMENT FACILITIES SERVICE MODERATE COSTS Sop Corn Sep Dec- Mar May Jul Oats Sep Dec Vlar May Jul Rye Sep Dec Vlar Vlay Jul 1.32% 1.30 1.16% 1.16 1.31 V 2 1.30% 1.16U 1.16% 1.20% 1.19'/g 1.19% 1.19% 1.22% 1.21% 1.21% 1.21% 1.24 1.23% 1.23% 1.23% Bid. 8.47 14.70 14.13 12.13 3.58 9.40 Divid Shrs. ., Fid. Cap Fid. Fund 16.96 Fid. Tr 15.79 Fund Inv 10.29 Keystone K-2 . Keystone 5>-4 . Mass. Tr ..... Mass. Grth. ... Nation W. Sec. Nat. Tnves. ... 5.47 4.45 15.64 8.62 22.45 16.09 Tevev. 13! 7.72 Asked. 9.16 15.89 15.38 13.29 3.92 10.22 18.34 17.16 11.28 5.98 4.86 17.09 9.42 24.29 17.38 8.41 6fi" 2 65% 69% 69% 71% 71% 71% 70% 68 67% 66 W 69Vi 71% 70% 67V 2 66 % 69% 71% 71% 67% 1.49 1.43% 1.44% 1.48% 1.49% 1.45% 1.46 1.49% 1.49% 1.46% 1.46% 1.49% 1.47% 1.45 1.45% 1.48 1.37% 1.36 1.36 1.36% Soybeans Sep Nov Jan Mai- May Jul Aug 2.68% 1.64% 2.65 2.65 2.69 2.63% 2.64% 2.66 2.72% 2.67% 2.67% 2.70 2.76% 2.70% 2.71% 2.74 2.79 2.73% 2.73% 2.76 2.79% 2.74 2.74% 2.76% 2.75% 2.71 2.72 2.73% 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 124%, Gen. Motors 78% Granite City Steel 28%. Olin Mathieson Chem. 41, Owens-Illi wis 84%, Shell Oil 46%, Sinclah Oil 48, Socony 74%, Standard Oil (Ind.) 64%, Standard (NJ) 72, U. S. Steel 54%, Sears 97%. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP)—Eggs and live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades, A large 38-39, A medium 35-36, A small 20-21, B large 33-34, wholesale Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. (AP) — (USDA) — Hogs 7,000; barrows and gilts 1-3 190-270 Ib 15.50-16.25; sows 1-3 275-^K) Ib 13.25-15.25. Cattle 2,500; calves 300; good to choice steers 23.00-24.50; good to choice heifers 23.00-25; utility and commercial cows 13.50-16.50; utility to good bulls 16.50-18.00; choice vealers 28.00-31.00. Sheep 600; good to choice Iambi 20.00-50; cull to good ewes 5.006.00. News of Stocks Market Irregular NEW 1ORK (AP)—Cross cur- •enls ruled as the slock market moved unevenly late this afternoon near its record highs. Trading was fairly active. Volume for the day was esti- nated at 5 million shares compared with 4.96 million Tuesday. Tile market's earlier prices were trimmed somewhat on balance so I hat prospects of making another new high in the Dow Jones ndustrial average by the close seemed to be lessening. Airlines were weak, United and American dropping a point or more. Studebaker was subjected to a sharp profit taking as traders unloaded some big blocks and the issue sold fractionally lower. Chrysler picked up added slrength, rising more than a point. Sperry Rand sprang back into prominence in heavy trading and rose a fraction. Garrett rose 1 to "50 on 37,830 shares and -picked up volume that would put it, among the top most active stocks — probably with Sperry, Chrysler and Studebaker. Polaroid added 3, Xerox 2 and Control Data 1. U.S. Smelting dropped 1. Judge Won't Remit Fines Against Union CHICAGO (AP) — A federal judge has refused a motion to remit fines levied against a union whose members refuse to load a Canadian grain ship awash in the sea of a two-nation labor battle. In fact, Judge James B. Parsons of U.S. District Court increased the daily fine from $200 to $500 against Local 418, Grain Elevator Workers Union, and delivered a verbal blast at the Seafarers' International Union. Judge Parsons said the SIU is "creating a dastardly situation between the United States and Canada" and called the group a "violent" organization. The Howard L. Shaw is caught n the middle of a dispute between he SIU and the Canadian Mari ime Union and has been idle and Prices were mixed, on the Americaii St6ck Exchange. U.S. government and corporate bond prices were mixed. DUBLIN — An Irish factory hand is bringing suit against his employer because his annual bon us was not as large as it had been in past years. grades, standard 33-34, unclassi fied farm run 26-27, '' checks 20-24 Hens, heavy 15-16, light over E Ibs 8-9, under 5 Ibs B'/z-TVz, com mercial broilers and fryers 16%. HAMBURG — A baby gorilla now in a German zoo is reported to be so lonesome for his mother that he won't eat unless held in the arms of a lady attendant. Greater ECONOMY Is Yours With a G.E. IMPERIAL GAS FURNACE! COMPARE!! Ordinary Method Don't let your heat and fuel dollars go up the chimney! Hundreds of pin points trap the heat from the flame, and swirling; air draws heat from pin points for an even flow of warm air. More warm air flows through your home, G-E Pin Point less up the chimney. Heating ALTON BOTTLED GAS "We SeH Comtoit" GODFREY ROAD PHONE 466-3461 grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Friday in Davis Funeral Home Granite City, followed by burial in Sunset Hill Cemetery. Visiting hours at the funeral home will be after 7 p.m. today. Caldwell CARROLLTON — Mrs. Nora Caldwell, a resident of Mt. Vernon until eight months ago, died at 3 a.m. today at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Burkley Neaville. She was 80. The body was moved today from Mehl Funeral Home to Pulley Funeral Home in Mt. Vernon. Funeral rites will be conducted Friday in Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Caldwell, a native of Kell, 111., was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Francis Purcell'. Surviving beside her daughter, Mrs. Neaville, are her husband A. R. Caldwell, who also makes his home with Mrs. Neaville; an other daughter, Mrs. B. A. Miller, Pontiac, and a brother Fred Purcell, Mt. Vernon. STREEPER SEARS UUKBUCK AND CO empty in Chicago for nlmost five. 1 months. A dynamitr bhist knocked a hole In her side Sept. 7 in an unsolved bombing. The Shaw is owned by Upper Lakes Shipping, Ltd. of Toronto. The company oner drew ils sailors from the SIU ranks, hut last year it switched to the CMU. Although he increased the daily fines against the grain workers, Judge Parsons said he will not press for immediate payment. Counsel for the local planned to make an appeal to a higher court. The judge said the union has done nothing to purge itself of contempt and has continued on its course of refusing to put grain aboard the Shaw. "If I ordered these men to work and they didn't work, I think I'd firr them." the judge said. Judge Parsons told an attorney for the National Labor Relations Hoard that the NLRB should in vestigatn the SIU and "get your injunction on them." The controversy between the SIU and CMU and accompanying acts of violence at several Great Lfikes ports has concerned officials of both governments, ranging up to President Kennedy and Prime Minister Lester Pearson. COPENHAGEN — Vending machines now pass into Denmark without paying the usual import taxes. Ornpe« hi Ohtof COLUMBUS, Ohio (APf—T«t« with about 38 varieties of crapes are being made by Ohio State University's Agricultural Extension Service to determine feanihil- ity of turning parts of southern Ohio into a major grape - producing area. Fruit specialists Eldon S. Banta of the university said research has resulted in part from continuing population expansion in northern Ohio, taking farm and vineyard land out. of crop produc- tio. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Many wearers of »»!•« teeth hav» suffered real embarrassment because their plate dropped, slipped or wobbled at juit the wrong time. Do not live in fear of tbU happening to you. Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH. the alkaline (non-acid) powder, on your plates. Hold false teeth more flrmly, so they feel more comfortable. Does not BOUT. Checks"plftte odor breath". Get FASTEETH al dnuc counter! everywhere. 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