Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 20, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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SEPTEMBER 20, 1963 ALtbiST EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Begins Oct. 1 Plan United Fund Drive in Edwardsville-Glen Carbon EDWARDSVILLE - Campaign managers of the Edwardsville- Glen Cflfbon United Fund reported Wednesday evening at a meeting of the board of directors that campaign plans were nearly complete for the drive which will begin in October. Keith Blocher, industrial chairman, announced that he had written industries in the surrounding areas, including some in St. Louis, that employ Edwardsville residents and has visited management of some industries in an effort to have donations of Edwardsville people made at their place of employment returned to the local United Fund. It will be necessary for the donor to designate on his pledge card that the money is to be sent to the Ed- wardville fund, he said. Loren Jung, chairman of the educational group, reported that he plans to contact all teachers in District 7, as well as instructors and personnel of SIU living in the Edwardsville area. At least 200 solicitors for the residential area will be needed, according to H. A. Dumont. Announcement was made that an effort will be made to contact as many workers as possible at their place of employment in Edwardsville, in order to avoid home calls. Oscar Bardelmeier, campaign manager, reported in the absence of R. P. McAlpin, business chairman, that 30 businesses in Edwardsville had been contacted concerning the wage withholding plan and that many of these have J & A Springman BOND HAS GOLD PAINTS AND SUPPLIES agreed to discuss the plan with their employes. The drive, headed by H. U. Landon as chairman of the board, will begin in the business area about Oct. 1 or 2 and in the residential area Oct. 15. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE-Three area residents were Admitted Thursday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and four patients were discharged. Admitted were: Miss Therese Vanito, 407 Cherry; Arthur Wendler, 18 Shell Lane; Miss Linda Redford, Rte. 3. Discharged were: Clyde Blackburn, ' 629 East Vandalia; Mrs. James Menk and son, 1230 Madison, Elwood Bernhart, 403 Franklin; Wilfred Gvillo, Rte. 2. Former Mayor W. C. Straube Seeks Divorce EDWARDSVILLE— Former Edwardsville Mayor William C. Straube filed suit for divorce on grounds of desertion Thursday afternoon in Circuit Court against Mrs. Betty Straube, now residing at Pekin, 111. The complaint averred that the Straubes were married April 16, 1952, at Peoria, but had not been living together since March 1, 1960. In alleging desertion, the complaint requested the court to order the defendant to return certain personal property and make equitable provision as to various holdings of the parties. Straube was released Monday from St. Joseph's Hospital at Highland, where he had been a patient seven and a half weeks FINANCING GAAC OPEN HOUSE Guests pay a call at the new offices of the Greater Alton Assn. of Commerce, 112 E. Broadway, Thursday night for the final night of open house. The GAAC moved to the new location in August. Educational Work Programs Scheduled at Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE - Activity committees have been appointed to begin educational work programs under the direction of a general committee on education of the Edwardsville Chamber of Commerce, chamber secretary Albert Paul! said today. Rfrs. G. Gordon Burroughs heads the 30-member education committee of the chamber. Sub-committees appointed by Mrs. Burroughs will work in areas of teacher relations, school board liaison, occupations and vocations and junior achievement activities. Mrs. William H. Rohrkaste was named chairman of a school board liaison committee and Mrs. James L. Reed is in charge of a tea Oct. 16 for new women teachers at local public and private schools and Southern Illinois University. Another chamber committee is planning a Southern Illinois University day which will include a tour of the .campus as part of the chamber's educational program. Mrs. Rohrkaste heads "the committee. Other activity committees are: vocational school study, Robert P. Roepke, chairman; student loan after suffering a heart attack at his home, 720 Bollman Ave. M FALSE TEETH Rock, Slid* or Slip? PASTKXTH, an ImproTtd powdtr to b* nirtnUwl «• uppv or low* put**, bold* MM tMtb more firmly In pl»ot. Do not illdt, lUp or rook.' No gummy, gooty, pmitr tut* or f«*Um.»ABTBjcTHUalkalu»i (non- Mid) . DOM not tour. Checki ''pl«t» Mor brMth". Gtat PASTERS M tfruc wuntan crwrwhim. • fund, Olin Wetzel, social for new men chairman; teachers in the area, Allen Backas, chairman; diversified occupations program, Robert Schwartz, chairman; careers in retailing, Mrs. Helen Auertiach, chairman and junior achievement, Allen Backas, chairman. A business education day in connection with American Education Week, Nov. 10-16 is planned, Pauli said. Each activity committee will prepare reports to be submitted at a meeting of the general education committee of the whole Oct. 23 Pauli said. Report on East Alton Man Was Incorrect .The Telegraph erroneously reported in Thursday's edition thai Edward T. Matteson, 21, of 235 Washington Ave., East Alton, had yelled obscene words at Patrolman. Gordon McConnell prior to his arrest Wednesday. Police reports show that Matteson yelled a name at McConnel" twice — but the report did not state the name was an obscenity. Quenton Williams Funeral Saturday CARROLLTON — Funeral services for Quenton Williams of St. Louis, a retired safety engineer, will be conducted Saturday at 1:30 p.m. in Mehl Funeral iome by Dr. Frank Marston. Burial will be in Kane Cemetery. Mr. Williams Is survived by his widow, the former Mabel Graham of Carrollton; a son, Quenton, San Francisco, Calif., a daughter, VIrs. Diane Duckworth, St. Louis; wo brothers, Herschel, Carrollton, and Edward, Kane; five sisters, Mrs. T. J. Roady, Carrollton; Mrs. Jessie King, Winchester; Mrs. Hayden Stevens, North Dakota; Mrs. C. B. Houston, St. Louis, and Mrs. James Ryan, Los Angeles, and three grandchildren. King Solomon Lodge of the Masonic Order will conduct services at 7 p.m. today at the funeral home. Rites Conducted For Mrs. Lola Rice CARLINVILLE — Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Hienz Funeral Home for Mrs. Lola M. Rice, 81, who died at 6:50 p.m. Monday at Wood lawn Acres Nursing Home here The Rev. Orville Pryor of Bentley officiated. Burial was in May field Memorial Cemetery. Mrs. Rice was born Feb. 16 1882 in Brushy Mound Township a daughter of Albert and Mary Ellen Work Taylor. She was married Aug. 12, 1901 in Carlinville to Clarence Rice. He preceded her in death 10 years ago. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Helen Thompson of Springfield and Mrs. Ralph Hart of Carlinville; a son, A?" F. Rice of One nice thing about an air-cooled engine: VERSEAS DELIVERY AVAILABLE You never run out of air. 1M2 VOlKtWAOCN Of AMIKICA, INS. Inhale. Exhale. Now you know exactly how the Volkswagen •ngine Is cooled. With air. Water has nothing to do with it. A big fan swooshes cool air through Ihe •ngine and swooshes it out again. The faster you go, the bigger the swoosh. $0 the engine stays calm, cool and collected. - So your Volkswagen can inch along all day In hot and heavy traffic. You may not enjoy it, but at least you won't have to worry about boiling over. You also won't have any worries about draining or flushing the radiator in spring. There is no radiator. Or hoses. Or water pump. Or rust. And so there ore no worries about antifreeze in fall or cracked blocks in winter. If you feel that you owe your Volkswagen's engine a little something special every spring and fall, you can do this much: Just run it once around the block and let it air itself out. BARNETT MOTOR CO. 2715 E. Broadway—Alton, Illinois Phone 4»5.77«e \ t u> Newt of Grains Futures Show Strong CHICAGO (AP)—Increased foreign demand for U.S. grains provided strong support to the futures markets today. Late this afternoon the entire list of grains, lod by rye and wheat, was sharply higher, re fleeting short cpvering and hedging against export sales. Increased inquiries for U.S. grain from foreign countries led traders to believe that broader outlets for U.S. commodities are in the making. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 7 cars, corn 78, oats 5, rye 1, barley 12, soybeans 8. CHICAGO (AP)-Wheat No 2 yellow hard 2.07. Corn o. 2 yellow 1,36-36%. Oats No 2 extra heavy white 71. Soybeans No 2 yellow 2.70%. Soybean oil 8%b. Wheat Dec Mar May Jul Sep Corn Dec Mar May Jul Prev. High Low Close close 2.04% 1.98% 2.03Va 1.97% 2.06% 2.01% 2.05% 2.00% 2.04% 1.93% 2.02% 1.97% 1.70% 1.67 1.69% 1.66 1.7254 1.69 1.71% 1.68 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 125, Gen. Motors 79%, Granite City Steel 28%, Olin Mathieson 41%, Owens-Ill. 84%, Shell Oil 44%, Sinclair Oil 47%, Socony 74%, Standard Oil (Ind.) 65%, Standard (N.T) 73%, U. S. Steel 55%, Sears 98%. 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 th« sales and ownership in the area. The quotations are yesterday's closing. 1.20% 1.15% 1.20 1.15% 1.24% 1.19 1.23% 1.18% 1.27 1.20% 1.26% 1.20% 1.28% 1.22% 1.28% 1.22% Oats Dec. Mar May Jul Rye 3ec Vlar May Jul .71% .72% .72% .69 .69% .70% .67% .70% .72% .72% .69 .69% .71% .70% .67% Soybeans Nov 2.70 2.63% 2.69% 2.63% Jan 2.74 2.68 2.73% 2.67% Mar 2.77 2.71 2.76% 2.70% May 2.80% 2.73 2.80% 2.73% Jul 2.81 2.73% 2.80% 2.74 Aug 2.78% 2.71% 2.78 2.71 Wood River, and a foster David Taylor of St. Louis; son, also great two grandchildren, one gandchild, and a brother, Ward Taylor of Carlinville. Walters Funeral ** Will Be Monday Funeral services for Leo Edward Walters, a construction worker, will be conducted Monday at 9 a.m. in St. Mary's Church. Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery. The body is at Staten -Chapel where friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday. The Rosary, will recited Sunday at 8 p.m. BISHOP STUDIES SCHOOLS LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — The Right Rev. George Andrew Beck, Roman Catholic bishop of Salford, Lancashire, England, is visiting Nigeria to study the educational system and advise his church on school problems. A member of the teaching order of Augustinians, the bishop is chairman of the Catholic Education Council in Britain. TARANTO — A new brewery is co be built in Italy soon. 1.59% 1.54 1.59% 1.51 1.58 1.50 1.46% 1.38 1.57% 1.49% 1.59% 1.50% 1.58 1.48% 1.45% 1.36% An abandoned moving van was Claimed by its Chicago owner, Thursday and a driver sought for :heft of the truck and money, Al:on Police reported. The truck had been parked ! n front of the G. M. & 0. Freight Office at 5th and Piasa since last Friday, police said. It had occupied two parking stalls there un- il police had it towed away Tuesday. The cab and van were locked from the outside, police said. Issue. Bid. Affil. Fund 8.48 Broad St 14.68 Bullock 14.12 Capit. Shrs 12.04 Divid Shrs 3.57 Fid. Cap 9.52 Fid. Fund Fid. Tr Fund Inv. ... Keystone K-2 Keystone S-4 Mass. Tr. .., 16.98 15.88 10.28 5.46 4.43 15.64 Mass. Grth 8.60 Nation W. Sec. .. 22.45 Nat. Inves 16.08 Tevev. El 7.72 Asked. 9.17 15.88 15.48 13.20 3.92 10.35 18.36 17.26 11.27 5.97 4.85 17.09 9.40 24.28 17.38 8.41 Owner Claims Abandoned Van; Police Seek Driver BONN German technicians are on their way to Istanbul. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) - (USDA) - Hogs 7,500; strong to 10 higher; barrows and gilts 190-260 Ib 15.75-16.35; sows 275-600 Ib 13.25-15.25; boars 11.5012.50. Cattle 600; calves 125; not enough for market; good to choice steers 22.00-24.00; utility cows 13.50-16.00; good and choice veal- ers 21.00-29.00; good and choice calves 17.00-23.00. 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 grades, standard 33-34, un- clalssified farm run 26-27, checks 20-24. Hens, heavy 15-16. light over 5 Ibs 8-9, under 5 Ibs 6%-7%, commercial broilers and fryers 15 16%. Owner of the truck, Jacob Nied- erquell of J. Niederquell, Movers Co., Chicago, claimed the truck. The driver, also of Chicago had been reported missing earlier thin week after supposedly leaving Alton for Chicago at 2:30 p.m. last Saturday. The report said that foul play was suspected since tho driver was carrying $400 of company money. The driver, last seen wearing a dark green work uniform, is wanted by Chicago police on charges of theft of the truck and theft of lompany money, police said. Buy Better Quality Nationally Advertised Brand* WOMEN'S SHOES High Grade Cancellations, Samples and Irregulars at Savings up to 80$ AND MORE Reg. $14.95, $15.05 and $18.05 Quality HQQ and 6.88 AH Heels, Widths, Sizes All Colors Direct From Factory WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway News of Stocks Trade Still On Increase NEW YORK (AP) '—The stock market appeared headed late this afternoon for a fourth successive all-time high in the heaviest trading of the week. Volume for the day was estimated at 5.5 million shares, compared with 4.08 million Thursday. Some unusually big blocks of stock crossed the ticker tape and Sperry Rand seemed likely to be the most active stock for the third straight session. The advance was a continuation of a rally that got under way late Thursday. Brokers indicated that investors were cheered by President Kennedy's speech pushing his tax reduction program. Advances of key stocks ranged from a few cents to a point or more. Steels, motors, and rails were active and higher. Aircrafts declined, Among the volatile issues, Xerox spurted 9 points. IBM and Polaroid were ahead better than 3. Yo.ungstown Sheet added around 2 points while other major steels moved up fractionally. Chrysler also advanced more than 2 points. The averages were bolstered by a 2-point gain by Du Pont. U.S. Smelting also added a couple of points. United Aircraft and Lockheed dropped about a point. Prices were irregularly higher on the American Stock Exchange. U.S. government and corporate bond prices edged upward. BONN—German military men report that an American unit sent here last year was completely unfit to fight. RCA WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES Installation and Repair MARTIN SALES & SERVICE 258-1011 w i \\« W \\l/ W \W W \M/ W ^ W \W W \W W \W\l// \\!/ \\l/ \\// W Lawn tip of the week w You can make more lawn progress right now than any other time of year. How? Fertilize with TURF BUILDER this week. 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