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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1963 ALBRECHT HAS OPEN HOUSE THURSDAY Albrecht Chevrolet, 222 Edwardsville Rd., will hold a Grand "Re-opening" of their newly enlarged showroom Thursday, the day the agency will be displaying the 1964 model cars. The new air- conditioned showroom will house seven cars. Offices, lounges and rest rooms have also been added in the extensive remodeling program. • Telegraph Reports News of Business, Industry in Area Radclif f Promoted at Great States Allen Radcliff has been promoted to divisional manager of the public relations department of Great States Life Insurance Co. of Quincy. As divisional manager, Radcliff will be responsible for all phases of public relations dinners which are held regularly in an area comprising several counties centering in the Alton area. Radcliff has been with Great States since September 20, 1962, and lives with his wife and seven sons at 624 Rozier, Alton. Groshong Opens Second Office Edward D. Groshong, attorney at law, has opened an office hi Bethalto. The office is located at 220 S. Central Aye., where William Aulgur is available for consultation each week day. Groshong can be seen at this office by appointment only. Aulgur has been associated with Groshong since 1956. Groshong, who maintains an office at No. 7 Wilshire Mall, East Alton, has been practicing law in East Alton since 1951. Sullivan Appointed Agency Manager Franklin S. Sullivan of 3 North 6th St., Carrollton, has been appointed agency manager of Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.'s Alton district office, Manager Donald T. Schwuchow announced. Sullivan is a native of Carrollton and joined Metropolitan as an agent in the Alton office in 1958. He is a member of Lions International. Sparks Attends Special RCA School Grover E. Sparks, owner of Sparks TV and Music Co., Central and Acton in Wood River, graduated from.a special school sponsored by the RCA Sales Corporation in Indiana. Sparks and his dealer classmates visited RCA's color television factory in Bloomington. They toured RCA's large radio and phonograph plant in Indianapolis, where over a million radios were produced last year. The group also took part in training sessions covering the technical and quality features of all RCA Victor products, and met RCA executives who design, engineer, manufacture and sell the products. Real Estate Agents Receive Honors Marion and Verna Edwards, representatives at Carrollton for United Farm Agency, one of the nation's largest brokers of real estate, received Star Salesman's honors in August sales competition with over 350 local United representatives from coast to coast. The Edwards played a part in a record drive which resulted in the largest sales month the company has experienced in its 39-year history. Brown New Home Nursery Manager Lou Brown, formerly of Pittsfield, is the new manager of Home Nursery at 9th Street and Edwardsville Road in Wood River. Brown succeeds Jess Blanton, who retired and moved to Arkansas. A University of Illinois graduate, Brown has been in the nursery and landscape business for the past 20 years. His wife, who has operated a flower shop for many years, will assist him at Wood River. The Browns live in Rosewood Heights. Schrodt Attends Management Meet Ed Schrodt, agency manager in Edwardsville for the Madison County Farm Bureau, has just completed an intensive two-week course in the principles of agency management. The school was conducted at Western Illinois University, Macomb, by the Life Insurance Agency Management Assn., a cooperative research organization for over 450 insurance companies. This session was part of a unique management training program which has graduated over 12,600 managers since 1929. During the two-week period a selected group of field management personnel and home office executives studied basic principles and methods of agency planning, recruiting, selection, training and supervision. International to Acquire P. N. Hirsch International Shoe Co. announced last week that it will take over the nine-state P. N. Hirsch Co. department store chain. Maurice R. Chambers, president of International Shoe Co., and Philip N. Hirsch, representing holders of a majority of Hirsch common stock, made the announcement of the tentative agreement. The plan contemplates an exchange of common stock on the basis of 11 shares of International common for 15 shares of Hirsch common. The Hirsch company would continue to be operated under its present management. News of Grains Futures Irregular CHICAGO (AP)-The grain futures market was an irregular affair today with spurts of demand meeting profit-taking through most of the session on the Board of Trade. Only soybeans resisted the downturn late in the session when bean prices were several cents a bushel ahead compared with Friday's closing prices. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 5 cars, corn 208, oats 27, rye 2, barley 26, soybeans 36. CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat No 2 red 2.05. Corn sample grade white 1.32%. Oats No 1 extra heavy white 71%; No 1 extra heavy white (weevily) 69*4; No 2 extra heavy white 70y 2 ; No 2 heavy white 71. Rye No 1 plump 1.59. No soybean sales. Soybean oil «M, Prev. High Low Close close Wheat Dec Mar May Jul Sep Corn Dec Mar May Jul Oats Dec Mar May Jul Rye Dec Mar May Jul 2.04% 2.00% 2.02 2.03% 2.07% 2.03% 2.04& 2.05% 2.04 2.00 2.01 2.02% 1.71% 1.67% 1.68 1.69% 1.73% 1.69% 1.70% 1.71% 1.20% 1.17% 1.18% 1-20 1.24 1.21 1.22% 1.23% 1.26% 1.23% 1.24% 1.26% 1.28 1.25% 1.26% 1.28% .71 .73% .72% .69 .70% .72 .72 .67% .70% .72% .72% .68 .70% .72% .72% .69 1.60 1.54 1.55 1.57% 1.62 1.55% 1.57 1.59% 1.62% 1.54% 1.56% 1.58 1.49 1.42 1.45 1.45% Soybeans Nov 2.75% 2.68% 2.71% 2.69% Jan 2.78% 2.71% 2.75% 2.73% Mar 2.83 2.76 2.79 2.76V 2 May 2.85 2.78% 2.81% 2.80% Jul 2.85% 2.79% 2.82% 2.80% Aug 2.81% 2.75% 2.80 2.78 Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 (AP) - (USDA) — Hogs 13,000 mostly 25-35 lower; mixed 1-3 190 260 Ib barrows 16.00; sows 1-3 15.00. Cattle 6,500; and gilts 275-600 Ib 15.5013.00 calves 350; trade slow; hardly enough to test mar ket; good and choice steers 23.00 24.00; good and choice heifer 22.00-23.50; utility and commercial cows 13.50-1C.50; utility to goot bulls 16.50-17.50; good and choia vealers 21.00-29.00. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP)—Eggs and liv poultry: Eggs, consumer grades A large 38-39, A medium 34-35, I small 20-21, B large 33-34, whole sale grades, standard 33-34, un classified farm run 26-27, check 20-24. Hens, heavy 15-16, light ove 5 Ibs 8-9, under 5 Ibs 6%-7%, com mercial broilers and fryers 15V 16%. Prices on 16 Mutual Funds Following is a list of 16 mutual investment fund stock quotations rovided to the Telegraph by ewhard, Cook Co. through its Iton office. These stocks are elected on the basis of their ales and ownership in the area, uotations are Friday's closing. Issue. Bid. Asked. Affil. Fund 8.47 Broad St 14.72 Bullock 14.14 :apit. Shrs 12.02 Divid. Shrs. Fid. Cap. 3.58 9.58 Fid. Fund 17.01 Fid. Tr 15.97 'und Inv 10:30 Keystone K-2 5.46 Keystone S-4 .... 4.44 Mass. Tr 15.65 Mass. Grth 8.61 Naion W. Sec. .. 22.48 Nat. Inves 16.10 Tevev. El 7.72 9.18 15.91 15.50 13.17 3.93 10.41 18.39 17.36 11.29 5.97 4.85 17.10 9.41 24.31 17.41 8.41 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. uotations of 12 New York Stock xchange issues research has dicated are widely held in the Iton area, as supplied to the elegraph by Newhard, Cook & o., from its Alton office. (The ew York Exchange closes at 30 p.m. (Alton time), so these re not the closing quotations): T&T 124%, Gen. Motors 78%, ranite City Steel 28%, Olin Vlathieson 42, Owens-Illinois 85%, hell Oil 45, Sinclair 47%, Socony i, Standard Oil (Ind.) 65, tandard (NJ) 72%, U. S. Steel j4%, Sears 98%. News of Stocks Market Declines NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market worked irregularly lower ate this afternoon with selected ssues stubbornly bucking the lowntrend. Trading was active. Volume for the day was estimated at 5 million shares coni- lared with 5.31 million Friday. Gains and losses of key stock went from fractions to a point or so. Du Pont, after some initial wavering, showed a gain exceed ing a point. Sperry Rand, appar intly the day's most active stock was off a fraction on profit tak mg. Chrysler, second to Sperry in turnover, held a fractional gain after backing away from an ear y gain exceeding a point. Xerox soared half a doze points to a new high. U.S. Smelt ing and Polalroid dropped about >ach. IBM rose more than 3 an Control Data more than 4. Losses of around a point o more were taken by Jones Laughlin, Public Service Electri & Gas, International Nickel, U.S Gypsum and Schering. Tobaccos, after earlly steadi ness, began to wilt. Prices on the American Stoc Exchange were mixed. U.S. government bonds inchet upward. Corporates were mixed Announce Hemphill Realty Sales The Harry F. Hemphill Agency xlay announced last week's real state sales made by their agen- For Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leroy (asters, their six room home lo- ated at 814 North Circle Drive, ethalto, was sold to Mr. and /Irs. Jerry 0. Graham. Masters with the United States Air orce and presently stationed at erre Haute, Ind. The six room home located at 414 Seminary Ave., was sold to Hr. and Mrs. Jack Boswell for [r. Harry T. Ballinger. For Mr. and Mrs. James Hudon, their eight room home locat- at 917 Washington Ave., Alton, as sold to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sample who are moving to this rea from Rockbridge, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Koeller ireh^sed the seven room, two- amily brick residence located at >24 Berkely Ave., Alton. This ome was previously owned by flr. and Mrs. Raymond Whitten ho reside in Jerseyville. For Mrs. Martha J. Landiss, the seven room, two-family resi- mce located at 2633 Watalee ve., Alton, was sold to Cena In- estment Co., Inc. The four room home located at 00 Mildred St., Alton, was sold to Ir. and Mrs. John C. Matthews Clifton E. Newcomb Jr. and aul W. Springman. For Mrs. lona Bracht, the four amily residence located at 616 E. ighth St., Alton, was sold to Mr. nd Mrs. Loren Brooks. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK' TELEPHONE Book Covers Memo Pads Locks List Finders Address Books Phone Rests More Surprised Than Hurt; Ends Up on Car Hood Tom DuCommun, 15, was 'more surprised than hurt" in the icrape with a moving auto on Vashington Avenue Saturday, hi mother said. A student at East Junior High School, DuCommun stepped into he street and wound up on the hood of a passing automobile Breaking its radio aerial in th process, she said. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Pau Ducommun, 838 Washington, h suffered scratches and bruises t his arm and leg but was released from Alton Memorial Hospital after treatment. Roxana Pack 44 To Meet Tonight ROXANA — Cub Pack 44 will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at the Central School. WANT THEIR HEARTS DESIRE Visitors to Jacoby's open house last week were permitted to roam the store with no salesmen along, and select their Heart's Desire. The store celebrated Ite 80th anniversary, and gave gifts to some of the visitors^ Fischer Quints Become Indian Tribe Members By DAN PERKES . Associated Press Staff Writer ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP)—What ort of a future can the Fischer quintuplets anticipate? They probably will experience tie same anxieties and frustrations all growing children experi- Sees Heavy Favor for Red Trade WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP)— Agriculture Secretary O r v i 11 e nee, only more so. Their financial security is as- ured, but they will live on a :age all their lives. Mrs. Andrew Fischer leaves the uiet of her hospital room and re- urns home today. Along with her usband and her other five chil- ren, she also will be an object E the curious, here and else•here. The life of the Fischer family [ready has become an open Freeman said Sunday he has ound strong sentiment in the Midwest in favor of selling sur- >lus wheat to all countries on the world market, including the Soviet Union. Freeman said at least 60 per cent of the farmers at a series oJ Midwestern meetings "said they believe we should meet world competition and sell wheat to Russia." The secretary is here to attend the annual convention of the Na tional Association of State Agricul ture Departments. HAD ENOUGH? Gufl from the boss? Want to be on your own — but not alone? Diversified opportunities in your own business with continuing local help of national marketing organization. Write or call E. F. HAMEL Area Director 103 Dewey Drive Collinsville, HI. 345-0032 Telephone 465-7756 You'JJ find all your Telephone Accessories at GODWIN'S Alton's Commercial Stationer 114 East Broadway OWN YOUR SHARE OF AMERICAN BUSINESS Thousands of people find it wise to invest regularly.. .through our monthly investment plan. Serving Alton Investors lor Over 31 Years NBWHARD, COOK 6? Co,, MBM»M* NIW YORK STOCK EXCHANQI Ml Fir* MttOMl Baak BU*-<AltoB EUOBMB B. SHULTB JOKK E. GREENWOOD •Utidtot Mtnager R«gUt«r»d {Upreunutiv* Our O//ice Is Open Saturday Mornings quints became five little book. The Indians Sunday. In ceremonies at an Aberdeen hotel, members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe of North and South Dakota made the infants honorary tribal members. About a dozen tribesmen clad in full Indian regalia staged dances and other sacred rites. A late evening report from the hospital said that the babies were doing fine and looked "real good." The nursery staff said that the boy, James .Andrew, had his first bottle Sunday. After a short pujl on the bottle, however, he was ready and willling to go back to his regular feeding routine — through tubes inserted through Ms nose. The May-old quints are pected to be released from hospital in a couple months or so. ex- the Central National Life Here it Is . . . We Proudly Present Our FAMILY HOSPITAL POLICY: Insurance Company A Legal Reserve Stock Company JACKSONVILLE, ILLINOIS NO plasma or .intravenous) ................ NO NO 1. Semi-private room 2. Medicines (except blood or blood 3. All dressings 4. Operating and delivery room ................................ ............. NO 5. Anesthesia and anesthetic supplies ....................................... NO 6. Regular nursing service .................................................. NO 7. Nursery and incubator service (only while mother is hospitalized) ........ NO LIMIT 8. Laboratory examinations in hospital ....................... ............... NO LIMIT 9. All plaster casts ......................................................... NO LIMIT 10. Electrocardiograms, provided it is in conjunction with the hospitalization...NO LIMIT 11. Physiotherapy .................................................... ; ...... NO LIMIT 12. Basal Metabolism, provided It is in conjunction with the hospitalization ..... NO LIMIT 13. X-ray services, provided the service is in conjunction with the hospitalization. .NO LIMIT 14. Oxygen Therapy ......................................................... NO LIMIT 15. Emergency room (if member avails himself of this service within 24 hours after accident) .......................................................... NO LIMIT 16. Out patient surgical service ............................................... NO LIMIT 17. Maximum ambulance service ............................................ £«J -00 18. Maternity care and female disorders after nine months ................... NO LIMJT 19. Maximum private room ............................................. $15.00 PER DAY ABOVE BENEFITS FOR FIRST 30 DAYS BENEFITS FOR NEXT 90 DAYS— 50% OF THE ABOVE Choose Your Own Hospital . . . Pays Regardless of Other Insurance You May Carry . . . Pays Regular Benefits at All Ages . . . EXCEPTIONS: Maternity care and sickness of female reproductive organs until policy has been in effect nine months. Hospltallzatlon solely for X-ray, EKG, Laboratory or Basal Metabolism. Hospitalization in health resort or rest home or where furnished by City, County, State, Veterans Administration or Federal Government. Attempted suicide, venereal disease, mental derangement. Hospitalization charges for blood, special nurses, braces, radium. Hospitalization caused by war or act of war, or by Insured's being intoxicated or under the influence of any narcotic unless administered on the advice of a physician. Optional Benefits for Additional Premium . . . Guaranteed Renewable Rider to Age 65 subject to Company's right to change premium rates, and Surgical Benefits, to help pay surgeon's charges. frail Tkti Coupon For Free Information Mall This Coupon to ... Box 1100 % The Alton Evening Telegraph Signed • > Address Phone Town We Urge You to Compare This With What You May Now Carry UNDERWRITTEN •Y THI CENTRAL NATIONAL LIH INSURANCE COMPANY A Legal Reserve Stock Company Jacksonville, IN. busy mothers want to spend more time with their families like the convenience of paying all their bills... the modern way by check. wedge checks! MMB! "Four ftill-uertrtce Wedge Bank"

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