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THE REGISTER NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1963 DEATHS and FUNERALS Martha Davis, 94, Dies In Indiana; Wayne City Rites Mrs. Martha Davis, 94, of LaPorte, Ind., died Saturday night in a hospital in Westville, Ind. She was a former resident of Jefferson county. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday at the Richardson Chapel in Wayne City. The Rev. Loyal Gahlier will officiate. Burial will be in the Salem, HI., cemetery. The body will lie in state at (he Richardson Chapel where Iriends may call after 6:30 p.m. today. Mrs. Davis was born May 24, 1869, in Jefferson county, the daughter of Thomas and Ann Butler. She was married to Charles F. Davis, who preceded her in Jeath. She Is survived by four sons, George Davis of Evansville, Ind., William Davis of Chicago, Harden Davis of Mozomanie, Wis., I and Robert Davis of LaPorte, Ind.; a daughter, Mrs. Pearl Tracy of Michigan City, Ind.; eight grandchildren. Mary Elizabeth (Lib) Miller, 83, Dies At Sims Mrs. Mary Elizabeth (Lib) Miller, 83. died at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at her home in Sims. Funeral services wili be held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday at the Missionary Baptist church, of which she was a metmber in Sims, with the Rev. Oakley Miller officiating. Burial will be in Pin Oak cemetery near Sims. The body will lie in state at the Richardson Chapel in Wayne City after 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Miller was born Feb. 19, 1880, in Wayne county, the daughter of Thomas and Mary (Atkinson) Shewmake. She was married to William I. Miller, who survives. She is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Bailey of Sims and Mrs. Laura Williamson of Montezuma, Ind. Florence Ligon Dies At Age 85; Funeral Tuesday Mrs. Florence Ligon of 300 north 14th street died at 4:00 p.m. Sunday at Good Samaritan Hospital. She was 85 years, two months, and 25 days of age. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday at Myers Chapel wtih the Rev. Eugene Holcomb officiating. Burial will be in Horse Prairie cemetery in Franklin county. The body will lie in state at Myers Chapel where friends friends may call after 4:00 p.m. today. Mrs. Ligon was bom Sept. G, 3878 ,in Franklin county, the daughter of John David and Mary (Willis) Martin. She was married to G. C. Ligon, who preceded her in death in 1954. She is survived by two sisters, Mi's. Gertrude Pearce of West Frankfort and Mrs. May Pate of Benton; and two brothers, Frank W. Martin of Benton and John Stanley Martin of Centralia. Mrs. Ligon was a member of the First Baptist church. Walden Rites At McLeansboro Funeral services for Mrs. Lula A. Walden were conducted at 10:30 a. m. today at the First Baptist church in McLeansboro with the Rev. Harry Garrett and the Rev. Hugh Widick officiating. Burial was to be in the I.O.O.F. cemetery at McLeansboro. .Mrs. Walden, 83, died at 5:15 p.m. Thursday at her home on RFD 3, McLeansboro. She was born Feb. 24, 1880, in Hamilton county, the daughter of James and Mary (McNabb) Hensley. On Aug. 29, 1906, she was married to the Rev. Gilbert Walden, • who survives. She is also survived by one son, Estel Walden of McLeansboro; two daughters, Mrs. Venita Rogers of Rantoul, and Mrs. Veta Rush of Fairfield; and two grandchildren. ' Mrs. Walden was a member of the Royal Neighbors of America Lodge. Brother Of Mt. V. Residents Dies In Colorado Arthur Pittman, 52, of Colorado Springs, Colo., died at 6:00 p.m. Sunday in Colorado Springs. Funeral services will be held at 3:00 p.m. Tuesday at Our Chapel of Memories in Colorado Springs, Colo. Burial will be In Colorado Springs. Mr. Pittman was born December 12, 1911, in Zeigler, 111., the son of William and Jane (Dial) Pittman. He was married to Ruth Wood, who survives. Other survivors include three sons, Paul Pittman of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Roger and Allan, both at home; one daughter. Sue Pittman, at home; three brothers, Chalen Pittman and Ernest Pittman, both of Mt. Vernon, and Clarence Pittman of Vandalia; three sisters, Mrs. Rose Liebengood and Mrs. Maragret Baird, both of Mt. Vemon, and Mrs. Ada Highsmith of Granite City; and two grandchildren. . Rites Thursday For Jerry Gosney, Killed In Maine Funeral services for A/2C Jerry Lee Gosney will be held at 1:00 p.m. Thursday at Bethel Tabernacle, of which he was a member. The Rev. Ace Summers will officiate. Burial will be in Boyd cemetery at Boyd, 111. The body will lie in state at Pulley-Gutzler Funeral Home where friends may call after 10:00 a. m. Wednesday. At noon, Thursday, the body will be taken to the church to lie in state until the funeral hour. Airman Gosney, 21, a former Mt. Vernon resident, was fatally injured in an automobile accident last Friday near Berwick, Maine. Wm. C. Dawson Dies Sunday William Curtli Dawson, died Sunday at the Mennonlte Hospital in Bloomington, 111. Funeral arrangement are incomplete. The body lias been taken to the Richardson Chapel in floaty, Detailed Weather Report MT. VERNON WEATHER Saturday high 38, low 28. Sundav high 52, low 19. Rainfall 1963 to date 30.32 inches. One year ago, high 65, low 36. Five years ago, high 40, low 24. Ten years ago, high 61, low 36. Tuesday, sunrise 7:04, sunset 4:36 (CST). STATE TEMPERATURES Belleville 50 31 Moline 39 21 Peoria 37 24 Quincy 48 26 Rantoul 37 M Rockford 32 18 Springfield 46 2S Vandalia 48 30 East Dubuque 29 13 FIVE-DAY FORECAST Southern Illinois — Temperatures will average near to slightly below the seasonal normals with no important day-to-day variations. Normal highs, in the low 40s in tlie north to the upper -10s in the south. Normal lows, the mid 20s in the north to the low 30s in the south. Little or no precipitation is expected. MARKETS Mt. Vernon HOG MARKET Prices paid on the local livestock market were down 35c today. The top was 14.00 for 190 to 220 lb. hogs. Sows were down 25c to 12.00 for 300 weight down; sows 300 weight and over 11.75, down. Boars were 7.00 and 8.00. Mt. Vernon Grain The following prices were quoted in Mt. Vernon this afternoon: Wheat 2.01. Solbeans 2.51. Corn 1.05. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (AP) — USD A Live poultry: wholesale buying prices % lower to 1 higher; roasters 23-24; special fed white rock fryers 18V&-19. CHICAGO (AP) - Chicago Mercantile Exchange — Butter steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score AA 57%; 92 A 57%; 90 B 57; 89 C 56; cars 90 B 57%; 89 C 56; Eggs steady to firm; wholesale buying prices unchanged to VA higher; 70 per cent or better grade A whites 3-1%; mixed 34V4; mediums 28; standards 33; dirties 29; checks 29, St. Louis Produce ST. LOUIS (AP) — Eggs and live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades, A large 35-36. A medium 29-30, A small 22-23, B large 31-32, wholesale grades; standard 3132, unclassified 27-28, checks 2024. Hens, heavy 15-17, light over 5 lbs 8-9. under 5 lb 5tt~5 s ,i, broilers and fryers 16-17. 27 23 35 30 40 31 The Weather Elsewhere High Low Albany, cloudy 27 19 Albuquerque, clear 53 35 Atlanta, cloudy ...... 45 31 Bismarck, cloudy 32 20 Boise, cloudy 37 26 Boston, cloudy 33 26 Buffalo, cloudy .. Chicago, cloudy .. Cincinnati, cloudy Cleveland, snow _ 31 M Denver, clear „ 55 19 Des Moines, clear „ 40 17 Detroit, snow .... 31 26 Fairbanks, cloudy .. -S Fort Worth, clear „ 68 46 Helena, clear _ 42 15 Honolulu, clear 82 66 Indianapolis, cloudy 40 31 Jacksonville, cloudy 55 35 Juneau, rain _ 47 41 Kansas City, clear ,. 54 46 Los Angeles, clear _ 72 55 Louisville, cloudy _ 47 35 Memphis, cloudy Miami, clear Milwaukee, clear _ 25 18 Milwaukee, clear _ 25 IS Mpls.-St.P., cloudy New Orleans, clear 62 50 New York, cloudy _ 38 32 Okla. City, clear „ 60 29 Omaha, clear _. 44 14 Philadelphia, cloudy 38 22 Phoenix, cloudy ...... 72 44 Pittsburgh, cloudy 29 26 Ptlnd, Ore., clear _ 47 32 Rapid City, clear „ 46 25 Richmond, cloudy „.. 48 21 St. Louis, cloudy „.. 52 31 Salt Lk. City, cloudy 30 27 San Diego, clear 73 50 San Fran., cloudy „ 51 45 Seattle, fog _ 39 2S Tampa, cloudy 58 44 Washington, cloudy 42 29 Winnipeg, snow . 23 11 Pr. .23 5-1 46 67 52 25 15 „. .01 $1,750 Lawsuit After Accident A $1,750 lawsuit, resulting from an auto-truck collision west of Mt. Vernon last August, has been filed in circuit court here. The suit is Clarence Morgan vs. Alfred Tittsworth and the Super Service Motor Freight Co. Morgan asks $1,750 for damage to his car in the accident, which occurred on U.S. Route 460, ten miles west of town. PERKINS, CONGER MAY BE ONE-WAY STREETS (Continued From Page One) Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. (AP) - USDA - Hogs 16,000; mixed 1-3 170-259 lb. barrows and gilts 13.75-14.60; sows 1-3 275-600 lb. 10.75-12.75. Cattle 6,000; calves 250; good and choice steers 22.00-23.50; good and choice heifers 21.5022.75; cows 12.50-14.75; vealers good and choice 20.00-32.00. Sheep 1,800; good to prime lambs 17.00-20.00; ewes 5.00-6.00. Chicago Grain CHICAGO (AP)-No wheat or soybean sales. Corn No 2 yellow 1.17'/4-18i4; No 3 yellow 1.- mi-WA; No 4 yellow 1.09M- 1214; sample grade yellow 1.- 05%-10'/j. Oats sample grade extra heavy white 67%. Soybean oil SU a. WaHStreet NEW YORK (AP)— The stock market maintained its irregular advance this afternoon. Volume for the day was estimated at 5.4 million shares compared with 4.8 million Friday. Prices slipped about midday but came back somewhat. RCA gained I points to touch a 1963 high. IBM advanced more than 4 points and Xerox spurted more than 15. Steels were ahead on a report of a rise in orders. U. S. Steel added half a point and Jones & Laughlin was up a point. Chrysler lost nearly 2 points after having had an early gain. General Motors and Ford were fractionally higher. The averages were helped by a better than 4-point gain by Du Pont. Polaroid climbed more than 2 points and U. S. Smelting and Control Data were up better than a point. Merck advanced more than 2 points. Up about a point were Goodrich, Union Carbide, Jersey Standard and Pan American World Ainvays. American Stock Exchange prices were Irregularly higher in moderately active trading. U. S. government bonds were slightly lower; corporates were mixed. Five Accidents Here; One Hurt, $1,200 Damage One person was injured and property damage amounted to more than 51,200 as five automobile accidents were reported in Mt Vemon during the weekend. At 3:00 p.m. Saturday cars driven by Virgil M. Crunk, 1314 south 12th. and Craig L. Cunningham, 1903 Richview Road, collided at Tenth and Main. Marie Crunk, 50, 1314 south 12th, was injured. The Crunk car was damaged more than $100, the Cunningham vehicle more than $500. Cunningham was fined !?5 and costs for following too close. A collision at 12th and Pace Saturday night involved cars driven by William H. Gnge. 1007 Wilshire and Billy F. Ford, 1321 north 13th. Ford was charged with improper passing. The Gage car was damaged more than S200, the Ford auto more than S100. At 2:45 p.m. Saturday cars driven by Harry C. Cribbet. Bethany, 111., and Edward Slack, Bridgeport, Conn., collided at Salem Road and Oakland Avenue. Each car was damaged more than $100. Cribbet was fined So and costs for illegal lane usage. Mrs. Wayne Richard, Route 3, reported that a nit-ri'n driver damaged her car Saturday while it was parked on the Kroger lot on north Tenth street. An accident at 4:25 p.m. Saturday in the 800 block of Main street involved a car driven by Janice I. Henley, Route 7, and a pickup truck driven bv Guy R. Bravard, 1511 south Tenth. The car was damaged about S100. Bravard was charged with illegal lane usage. MEETINGS A. IF. 7m A.M. Stated meeting Mt. Vemon Lodge No. 31 A. F. & A. M. Monday,, Dec. 2, 7:30 p.m. annual meeting. Election of officers. All members urged to attend. Visiting Brethern welcome. C. KIP CARPENTER, W.M. JAMES APGAR, Sec'y. 12-2 Hospital Notes Jefferson Memorial Admitted: Loyd Dean Anderson; Frank Preston Ellis, of Denver, Colo.: Shirley Ann Storment; Blanche Corder; Jewel Opal Thompson; Ann Lucille Bourland; Jack Flanagan. Discharged: James Barbo. Good Samaritan Admitted: Mildred Lee McDaniel; Sherman Henry Shoemaker; Mamie Henn; Pamela Jean Bruns; Evelyn S. Lowery: Martha Ann Aydt; Grace Nell Warren; Iona Ruth Giosta; Anthum E. Canter. Discharged: Marilyn Arlenc Wilson; Patricia Marie Kelley; Robert Walter Johnson; Mrs. Janet Ruth Myers and baby, Larry Brian; Roy Henry Smith; Larry Brian Hodge; Bessie Lee Raymer; Greta Grace Lowery: Mrs. Eva Darlene Vannatta and baby, Robert Lloyd; Mrs. Julia Ann Sutdyke and baby, Kevin Edward; Edmund Louis LaRock; Mildred Agnes Loehr; Bertha Agnes Mannen; Maxine Helen Culli; Laura Elizabeth Estes; Mrs. Barbara Ann Sanders and baby, Karen Darlrne; Robert Arthur Smith; Marie Fay Helvcr- sen. 29 HOLIDAY CAR DEATHS IN ILLINOIS (Continued From Page One) steret from 14th as a one-way west route, to tie into Broadway near 20th street. 2—Widening of Salem Road to four-lane travel and reconstruction of the intersection at Oakland Avenue. 3—Widening of south Tenth street, the south access to Interstate 64, to four-lane travel, with dividers. 4—Extensions of 34th and 42nd streets to become major north- south thoroughfares. 5—Construction of a new road on the east side of town from U.S. Route 460 to old state route 15, and extending Casey avenue east to join the new belt line road. 6—Upgrading of 27th street near the city park. 7—Extending Eighth street one block south from the dead­ end at Harrison, to Main, Arrested On Check Charge Ralph H. Ransom, 39, 1017 north 14th street, is being held in Williamson county on a bad check charge. He was arrested by Mt. Ver- nort police and turned over to Williamson county authorities. ing a Peoria street. Two persons died Saturday in a three-car collis'on north of Jacksonville. The victims were Stephen A. Fassero, 29, of Jacksonville and Marine Pfc, Alfred E. Callahan, 19, Towson, Md. The worse accident reported during the weekend took place Saturday near Varna, taking four lives. The collision killed Mr. and Mrs. Samuel White, a Lafayetfp, III., couple in their 80s; Wilson G. Sergeant, 21, Woodhull. and Merle Cahann, about 20, of Kan- knke. Snow flurries and a slick high- dway are blamed for a fatal accident near Morrison Saturday. Mrs. Letha Witt, 61, of Morrison died when the car she was riding in skidded and crashed. Mrs. Sadie McCloy, 63, of Oakdale was killed in an auto col- I'sion seven miles west of Du- Quoin Saturday. Thirten others died in traffic accidents Wednesday evening. Thanksgiving and Friday. The death Sunday of Cloyd Tite, 56, of Lemont, in an Eldorado hospital, was caused by injuries suffered in a collision Illinois 13 near Shawneetown Saturday. cMyers *» V£»NOM AL Dear friends, When is & funeral well conducted? We would say that a funeral is well conducted when those in attendance are not conscious that it is being conducted at all. When the details of direction are unnoticed, when there is no confusion, when the program, moves quietly and smoothly. We try always to make our presence as inconspicuous a/ possible. ROBBERY LOOT AT CITY HALL In Downtown Mt V. Expect Action Tonight On Trash Burning Rules Mt. Vernon couneilmen expect to vote tonight on nn amended ordinance which would permit trnsh burning in the downtown district, under strict rules. An ordinance on the books now forbids any trash burning in what is known ns the city's fire limits, which is the downtown area. Under the proposed amended ordinance, (rash burning in the area will be permitted in special incinerators. City officials said that the incinerators must meet minimum specifications set by the city. At tonight's regular council meeting, at 7:30 p.m. nt. city hall, final action is also expected on an ordinance which would require pest exterminators to have a city permit. Report Thefts In This County Two thefts were reported to the sheriff's office here during the weekend. Officers said someone stole jewelry, .several old coins and drapes at the home of George Williamson, Belle Rive. Theft of an air wrench valued at 5230 was reported at Plemons Cities Service station, on the Benton Road. This is part ol an estimated $12,000 worth of loot recovered by Mt. Vernon police, who said the arrest of two young men has cleared up six burglaries in the area. Arrested and eharged with burglary were Edwin A. Smith, 24, and Lowell Dean Simpson, 19, both of Mt. Vernon. Oiuns, TV sets, record players, tape recorders, cameras, furniture and many other items were included in the loot which came from four Mt. - • - — - Photo) Vernon business plnces and two Fairfield stores. (Mary Juno Studio 1 NEAR WEATHER FORECAST M-DAY WUC/ttMTJON OWTIOOK 3Q-DAY TtMMmATtm OWtQOK MUCH BELOW % BELOW ^ US. WiATHtk SUKiAU These maps, based on those supplied Friday by the United States Weather Isurciiu, forecast the probable precipitation and temperatures for the next 30 days. (AP (Win-photo) Quail Hunters Are Fined Here Seven quail hunters were fined $-5 and costs each during the weekend for hunt ins.: in Jefferson county during a three- day period closed to qiuiil hunt- season. The charges were preferred by Game Warden Howard Wiliams, who said the out-of-eoun- ! ty men were hunting in the ! Dix area. j Fined $25 and costs each by , H. E. Harlow, justice of the j pence were Herman Blackwell, i Willie Turner, William Coffey, [ H. Jackson and T. C. Humes, | all of LaGrange, 111., and .1. P. , Allen and D. R. Allen, both of Centralia. Reports Theft Of Hunting Dog Another hunting dog has been .stolen in Jefferson county. Louis Castaldi reported to the sheriffs office this morning that his lemon and white pointer had been stolen from his home west of Woodlawn. UNITED FUND BENEFIT Pop Concert At Mt. V. High School Saturday No Report On Karch Death From Crime Lab Sheriff Dewey Barton said today that he is still awaiting the results of tests at the state crime laboratory on Philip II. Karch, Mt. Vernon civil engineer who was shot to death November 2-1. Sheriff Barton, in the meantime, is continuing his investigation while awaiting a final determination on whether the death was murder or suicide. Karen's body was found in his car, on a little-used lane at the west edge of town. There were two bullet holes in his head and no gun has been found. A state investigator called to Mt. Vernon said he did not rule out suicide. A pathologist who conducted an autopsy said he believes Karch died from self- inflicted gun wounds. The state laboratory is studying a paraffin test of Karch's right hand to determine whether he fired a gun and was making stomach tests to determine the time of death. Whereabouts of the gun, believed to be a .38 calibre, remained a mystery today. Break-In At Rural School Thieves who broke into the Grand Prairie grade school in northwestern Jefferson county during the weekend caused property damage but got no loot. County officers said the burglars broke into the basement through, the furnace room. That they ransacked the principal's office, but took nothing. Join Security's \Christmas Club Today And .. PAVE THE WAY FOR A ° " MERRY CHRISTMAS 1964 FREE GIFT TO ALL MEMBERS Security Has A Wonderful Gift For Everyone Who Joins Their 1964 Christmas Savings Club. FREE OZARK FLIGHT BAG Respectfully, Galaxie Special $2195.00 Although this Guluxie looks like It has never been used, it i lias been driven 2(5,'i40 miles. It's that popular '62 model Guluxie 500 four door sedan. This beautiful car has all the nice extras, Including power steering and automatic drive. For total satisfaction, buy this one and pocket the money you save on that first two year's; depreciation. Start saving now for next ichristmas with easy payments — as little as 25c Lyle Wood W-G MOTORS II ii9 N. 9th st. Security Bank An outstanding group of Mt. Vernon high school and community college musicians will present a hootenanny type concert Saturday night, December 7, wilh all proceeds going to the United Fund. The concert, featuring both popular and classic music, will begin at 8:00 p.m. in the Mt. Vernon high school auditorium. Participating in the hour-nnd- a-half show will be The Knights, a 15-piece dance band, The Galaxies quintet, The Deckers, hirh school girls quartet, and The Marauders, a six-piece combo. The young musicians have named the concert "The Panic," a combination of i.op, classic and hootenanny. Tickets are now on sale a! $1 for adults and 75 cents for students. Tickets can be obtained from any member of the musical organizations. The Knights dance band, composed of high school and community college students, is led by Jim Browning. The band is comoosed of Roger Taylor, Ronnie Kelley and Tom Smith, trumpets; Jerry White, Richard Archer, Sam Hicks and Bill Elzy, saxophones; David Baker, Gary Gregory and Charles Smithpeters, trombones; Tony Marlow, drums; and Jim Pardee, piano. The Galaxies singers are Jack Montfort, Floyd Carpenter, Dick McKonzie, R. B. Moss and Jim Frakes. The Deckers quartet is composed of Cheryl Martin, Jane Glassman, Susan Settlcmire and Joyce Bui lard. The Marauders six-piece combo has Jerry White and Sam Hicks on sax, Ronnie Kelly, trumpet, Frank Jones, bass, Tony Marlow drums, and Gary Apgar, piano. Fire Calls In Mt. V. Area Mr. Vernon rural and city firemen answered seven alarms during the weekend. A fire around the flue nt 2:20 a.m. Sunday at the home of Elijah Hayes, Route 5, caused slight damage. Rural firemen also controlled three grass fires and fought a blaze at the Canter Drilling Co. office east of town. City firemen made two runs Saturday. An oil stove flared up and caused some damage at Claude's Shell Station. 1020 south Tenth. Firemen were cnlled to the home of Don Mulliinax. 415 Casey, where a stoker motor caused a fire scare. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. John T. Krebs of No. Nir.e, Trailer Court, Carbondale, are the parents of a son born at 10:02 p.m. last Friday in Good Samaritan hospital. He weighed six pounds 12 ounces and has been named John Thomas If. The mother is the former Miss Monica Milroy of this city and the grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Mitroy and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krebs all of Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coil of 312 Pine are the parents of a daughter born November 27 at 12:46 a. m. in Good Samaritan hospital. She weighed six pounds eight and one-half ounces and has been named Sherry Leigh. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Storment of RFD 1. Walnut Hill, are the parents of a daughter born at 7:05 o'clock this morning in Jefferson Memorial hospital; She weighed four pounds seven ounces and has been named Barbara Jean. ROAD SMOKES CAMPTON. Ky. (AP) — Motorists are often startled by a stretch of smoking road along State Highway 191. Coal and slag, which were used to fill the highway, caught fire last spring and have burned continuously since then. Now! 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