Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 10, 1963 · Page 2
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Tuesday, December 10, 1963
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DEATHS Lizzie Moore Dies At Sesser; Rites Thursday Mrs. Lizzie Moore, 80, died at 1:30 a.m. today at her home near Sesser. Funeral sendees will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday at the Baptist church In Sesser. of which she was a member, with the Rev. Wayne Angel, the Rev. Dwlght Dame, and the Rev. Elmer Turnbaugh officiating. Burial will be in Maple Hill cemetery. The body will lie In state at the Brayfield Funeral Home at Sesser where friends may call after 1:00 p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Moore was born Nov. 9, 1883, in Perry county, the daughter of Albert and Elmira (Greenwood) Thompson. On July 12, 1903, she was married to Sam D. Moore, who survives. She is also survived by one brother. Everett Thompson of DuQuoin. She was preceded in death by a son, Lyle Moore, two sisters, and one brother. Humphrey Rites At Centralia Funeral services for Mrs. Hattie Humphrey were to be conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at the Keith Funeral Home in Centralia. Burial was to be in Oakwood cemetery at Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Humphrey, 77, of 210 south Maple street in Centralia, died at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in St. Mary's Hospital at Centralia. She was a former resident of Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Humphrey was born in March 1886, in this city, the daughter of William and Tannic Setzekorn. She was married to William Humphrey who preceded her in death in 1935. She is survived by a brother, Dr. W. E. Setzekorn of Mt Vernon; and a niece, Mrs. Wesley Hake of Terre Hau*e, Ind. Mrs. Murphy was a member of the Centralia Christian church. MARKETS Mt. Vernon Hog Market Prices were unchanged on the local livestock market today. The top was 11.00 for 190 to 220 lb. hogs. Sows were 11.75 for 300 weight down; sows 300 weight and over 11.50, down. Boars were 7.00 and 8.00. Mt. Vernon Grain The following prices were quoted in Mt. Vernon this afternoon: Wheat 2.0G. Soybeans 2.54. Corn 1.14. Chicago Produce 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 57%. Eggs steady, wholesale buying prices unchanged to Vi high- 34; 70 per cent of beiier grade A whites 35; mixed 34'i; medi- dums 29; standards 33; dirties 29; checks 29. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Live poultry: wholesale buying prices 1 lower to higher: roasters 23-24; special fed white rock fryers 18V -J -19; heavy hons 1S-19; geese 28-28few young hen turkeys 2712. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) - (USDA) - Hogs 11.500; uneven 15 to 35 lower; mixed 1-3 170-250 lb barows and gilts 14.00-15.00; sows 275600 lb 10.00-12.25. Qittle 4,000; calves 450; about steady; good to choice steers 20.50-23.00; good to choice heifers 21.25-50; cows 9.00-12.50; vealers steady; good to choice 20.00-32.00. Sheep 1,200; lambs and ewes steady; good to primp lambs 16.50-19.50; ewes 5.00-6.00. CHE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOI Detailed Weather Report TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1963 MT. VERNON WEATHER Monday high 30, low 23. Rainfall 1963 to date 32.16 inches. One year ago high 30, low 13. Five years ago high 22, low 8. Ten years ago high 47, low 25. Wednesday sunrise 7:11, sunset 4:35 (CST.) Jewish Festival Of Lights Begins NEW YORK (AP) — Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of lights in which candles are lit in increasing numbers for eight successive days, begins tonight with the lighting of the first can die. Wednesday night, two candles will be lit in Jewish homes, and Thursday night, three, and so on until on the final day of the holiday, eight are burning, Additionally, an extra candle is lit above the others on each of the nights. The festival commemorates the Jewish people's ancient struggle for religious freedom. The candles symbolize the tradition that though ancient Hebrews had enough oil for only one day, their supply miraculously lasted eight days at a time when they were cleansing the temple of Jerusalem. This was after the temple had been freed from Syrian control by the Hebrew Maccabees. MIGHTY SATURN RKADY FOR FLIGHT — A Saturn I rocket, believed to be the most powerful space booster In the world, towers J63 feet above Launch Pad No. 37 at Cape Kennedy. Fin., dwarfing men, autos and trailers below. The rocket Is scheduled to blast off next Wednesday In the first ntternpt to Ignite Its hydrogen-powered second stage In flight. Although it will be a test flight, the rorkct will aim at hoisting the largest satellite ever, a 19-ton monster rocket, Into orbit. Picture was made from top of gantry, which Is pulled away. (AP Wirephoto) Roof Fall Buries Harrisburg Miner Lodge Urged To Enter Race For President ILLINOIS WEATHER CHICAGO (AP) —- Brisk northerly winds sent temperatures down to 13 degrees at Quincy and Vandalia today and forecasters said more snow will fall in Illinois by nightfall. Daytime temperatures were expected to get no higher than the upper 20s and mid 30s and the predicted losvs called for readings in the middle or lower 20s in northern Illinois and a range of 25 to 30 in the southern tier of counties. Snow flurries are likely to continue during the night with the cold continuing Wednesday. Monday's high temperatures and the overnight lows include: Paducah, Ky., 37 and 20; Chicago Grant Park, 34 and 21; Chicago Midway Airport, 32 and 23; Chicago O'Hare Airport, 32 and 17; Rockford, 31 and 18; Belleville, 28 and 19; St. Louis. Mo.. 28 and 16; Dubuque, Iowa, 28 and 14; Moline, 26 and 20; Springfield, 26 and 16; Vandalia, 25 and 15; Peoria, 24 and 17; Rantoul, 24(low is missing), and Quincy 23 and 13. ALL ABOARD LOST— Salvation Army workers, right, eye area where a Pan American 707 let crashed near Elkton, Md. 4 Americans STATE TEMPERATURES Belleville 28 Ice Causes Big KC Traffic Jam KANSAS CITY (AP)-A large water main burst just before the morning rush hour today and freezing water tied up several major arteries into the downtown business district. A monumental traffic jam developed even before the main rush began as thousands of cars and buses were backed up while police struggled to reroute the vehicles to other open, but already congested routes. The break occurred in Penn Valley Park near 29th and Broadway. As the water poured down the cup-shaped park it quickly froze in the IS-degree weather, coldest yet this season. Streets were iced over a six-block area. Th icing conditions blocked Southwest Trafficway, a six- lane thorofare; Broadway, a four-lane artery, and Wyandotte Street. St. Louis Produce ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs and live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades, A large 35-36, A medium 30-32, A small 24-26, B large 33-34, wholesale grades standard 3133, unclassified 27-28, checks 2024. Hens, heavy 15-16, light over 5 lb 8-9, under 5 lb 5-6, broilers and fryers 15-18 (mostly 16). Chicago Grain CHICAGO (AP) - No wheat, oats or soybean sales. Corn No " yellow 1.23%; No 3 yellow 1.21%; No 4 yellow l.lGVa-lS'/s; No 5 yellow 1.1314-. Soybean oil 8b-8'ia. WalTstreet •NEW YORK (AP) - Despite weakness on aerospace issues, the stock market staged an irregular advance today. Trading was moderate late this afternoon. Volume for the day was estimated at 4.5 million shares compared with 4.4-1 million Monday. Gains and losses of msot key stocks ranged from fractions to about a point. Boeing dropped more than 2 following a published report that its Dyna-Soar space glider project is in trouble with administration budget cutters. North American Aviation dropped a point following a similar report concerning its XB-70 ._„^„^ „,.„.,...«. bomber project. Fractional loss- 1 in minutes of the es were shown * space issues. General Motors was up about a point, and Chrysler was ahead more than that. Studebaker ran into profit-taking and slipped fractionally. American Motors was about unchanged. Xerox gained 5 and US.. Smelting more than a point. IBM lost 2. Gains exceeding a point were scored by Sears Roebuck and General Electric (ex dividend). AT&T hit a new high of 1419s and held a fractional gain. Closing glass was up nt 202 on 1,300 shares. Prices on the American Stock Exchange were irregularly higher. Corporate bonds were lower while U. S. governments edged higher. MANCHESTER. N.H. (AP) \ Manchester businessman said Moline Peoria „ Quincy Rantoul Rockford Springfield Vandalia East Dubuque The Weather Elsewhere High Low Pr. Albany, snow HARRISBURG. III. (AP) Search operations were suspended today as additional cave-ins threatened rescue workers seeking a coal miner... ...•mi.m.-sivi uusmrasnutn H«UQ ; Albuqueixjue, cloudy presumed buried when a mine I he talked with Ambassador i "\ti an j a , clear roof collapsed. ! Henry Cabot Lodge by radio- i Bismarck, cloudy ~ Mine officials and representa-! telephone Monday night and , R„' i<;o „i" lives of the Illinois Bureau of;urged him to enter the New- mines and Minerals expressed j Hampshire Republican prim- fear for the safely of rescue j aiy March 10. workers. Victor Lemieux. who acted as Work was suspended for a rc-1 spokesman last October for a view of search methods. : committee which attempted to Harry Hosman, 49, nl • •• * • _ --• 26 24 23 24 31 26 25 2S committee which Marion was working alone ™. - i ^ • as - - a Republican at a j presidential candidate, said he the ambassador in Saigon. "As of this moment. Ambassador Lodge has not received a coal loading machine when his; called work area was covered by three feet of rubble Monday. Officials said that despite countless timbers installed to ;ietter from Gon E j sen hawor support the roof of the collapsed I ; njm , 0 become a presi . tunnel, rock and coal continued cl( , n(ial canc , ic)at( ,. to shower workers. ... u „.„,.J i Louisville, clear A machine being used to i, -As soon as he receives wo d ^"^/ clear probe the debris broke down de- j from^Etsenhower and makes up, Boise, cloudy Boston, cloudy Buffalo, cloudy Chicago, cloudy .— Cincinnati, cloudy _ Cleveland, snow Denver, snow Dcs Moines, cloudy Detroit, snow .„ _ Fairbanks, snow Helena, snow Honolulu, cloudy ... Jacksonville, clear Juneau, cloudy 32 Kansas City, cloudy 37 Los Angeles, clear _ 62 32 .... 13 49 55 46 9 36 52 34 32 29 31 31 18 36 34 20 82 57 22 .05 laying the search. i his mind, I will be notified im- 1 Miami, clear — 70 Other mines in the area post- 1 mediately and will set up a ! Milwaukee, cloudy . 32 poned blasting and use of heavy : ^'mpaign organization in this j Mpls.-St.P., snow 18 machinery to reduce earth V i-| sta,0 «" Lemieux said. i Now Orleans, cloudy 60 brat ions after searchers report-' "There is no doubt that bxIgei^.T ^ k ' c ! oar ® cd the roof of the braid tunno was extremely weak. I first-m-the-nalion Harrisburg Coal Co. said res- said. cue workers located Hosman's! machine during the night. Fear- 1 f+ QI ing additional roof collapse, no ^01*00 l 10 tie more than nine men were al-! J lowed in the mine during rescue work. The mine is near Paulton in eastern Williamson County. Officials said the cave-in was about a mile and a half from the entrance to the slope mine shaft. No other miner was in the vicinity of the cave-in. Rescue operations began with. will enter New Hampshire* ini^n 0 '^ ,f 1™ -' an primary," hel° mahn '- - doilc| y- Down At Sea; 3 Men Sought , - - I »• «"ttiMiv.,i v/i \\\\r. CclVC -in. I fill- I v .itJU by other aero- porary supports were set up to j ™ s ' of the Azores SANTA MARIA, Azores (AP) —A search resumed today for three men aboard an American C46 cargo plane believed to Tern-1 hiive gone down 150 miles north- reinforce the weakened roof in tlie work area. Teamsters Seek National Contract Monday. H o w e v e r, officials thought there was little chance of survivors in the heavy seas and low temperatures. The Coast Guard said the plane, owned by Carolina Aircraft Co. of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., left Gander, Nfld., for Sim- CHICAGO (AP) - James R>\, Ma , ria Monday morninR. Hoffa, Teamsters Union presi- \ I>Twolves . P ,ancs ol the a7th Air dent, and his negotiators opened I Rt ' scup Squadron, based in the bargaining sessions todav on: -Az«>ies. imd five merchant ves- the" union demands for the first •« , ' s conducting the search, national contract with the truck-! m <- '-""St uuarcl said, tin" industry | An aOS ra(U0 message from i The negotiations cover some 1 llll> P lill, <-- about sunset i -100.000 drivers for intercitv and I reported it was almost Philadelphia, cloudy Phoenix, clear Pittsburgh, snow Ptlnd, Me., cloudy . 50 Ptlnd, Ore., clear _ 44 Rapid City, clear .„ 18 Richmond, clear 46 St. Louis, cloudy .... 28 Salt Lk. City, cloudy 36 San Diego, clear 63 San Fran., clear 57 Seattle, clear _ 43 Tampa, cloudy 66 Washington, clear _ 45 Winnipeg, clear 10 (M-Missing) (T-Trace) 30 35 28 -3 >2 31 2S 23 25 28 13 12 30 22 3 76 32 27 19 48 25 •25 54 21 15 38 M M 10 M 55 26 30 Fears Mount For Hostages In Bolivia LA PAZ, Bolivia (AP)—Fears mounted today for the safety of four Americans and 17 others held hostage by Communist-led Bolivian tin miners as a 24- hour deadline neared. The miners warned the government to release two jailed Communist union leaders by today or "suffer the consequences." But the government gave no indication it would release the union leaders. The ultimatum did not spell out what the consequences might i be, but observers recalled a sim- I seized four American engineers, \ held them hostage briefly, then 1 held them hostage briefly, then | killed them. 44 One hopeful aspect was a re- Tlport that Vice President Juan ' Lcchin, leftist leader of the rebelling miners, had had friendly relations with one of the Nude Posing On Deserted Street Is No Disturbance NEW YORK (AP)—A judge says there's nothing disturbing about a nude posing in the middle of a deserted Manhattan street on a quiet Sunday afternoon. The court decision was handed down Monday in the case of the People vs. Jan Tice. Miss Tice, 27, a model, took off her clothes Nov. 10 on Liberty Street in the financial district to pose for a photographer taking pictures for a book. A policeman happened by and arrested them. Criminal Court Judge Richard F. Daly acquitted them, saying a breach of the peace requires the presence of the public and "there weren't any there. . ." Firemen From Three Towns At Opdyke Blaze The Belle Rive fire department today expressed appreciation to two other departments for assistance when the Earl Champ home at Opdyke burned Saturday night. The Belle Rive, Wayne City and Mt. Vernon rural departments protected nearby property. The Champ home was a mass of flames and beyond saving when firemen arrived. Marvel Suit Is Dismissed A 55,000 .08 .01 T Lawsuit Filed Against Doctor Julius A. Lustig and his wife, \mericans. Thomas Martin, 27, j Oneita, today filed a suit 'in cir- of Now York, a U.S. Information Agency officer. In a radio-telephone talk with 05 j the U.S. Embassy at La Paz, ' the Bolivian capital, Martin said Sunday he and the other hostages were well. The captives include three C'a- ...."i nadian technicians, a Dutch ™ i mine manager, a West German "''land a dozen Bolivirui techni- ,01! cians. They have been held ' T | since Friday at Catavi, a min', ing center 155 miles southeast y\ of La Pa/.. °\j i In addition to Martin, the ' Americans are L'.S. information ^1 1 officer Michael A. Kristula of Cadillac. Mich.; U.S. labor officer Bernard Rifkin, 52, a na- sutt by Travelers }a , Indemnity Co. against Mrs. | Eileen Marvel was dismissed in circuit court here yesterday, on motion of the plaintiff company. In its suit, which was filed last year, the company stated that it made restitution to the city under blanket bond of city employes after an alleged shortage in parking meter funds. Mrs. Marvel, suspended city secretary, has been indicted on a charge of official misconduct. Zanzibar Is Independent Nation Now ZANZIBAR (AP) - A gold, green and red banner replaced the Union Jack today as te sleepy spice island of Zanzibar hecame Africa's 34th independent nation. Amid volleys of rfle fire and the cheers of thousands, Britain 's Prince Philip, representing his wife, Queen Elizabeth II, handed over an act of the British Parliament making Zanzibar a free and independent state again after 73 years under British protection. Prime Minister Sheik Shamte Hamadi warned his people independence "does not mean distribution of loot. . .nor does it mean less work and more pay. It means unleashing the pent- up energies of our people.'' Such an effort will be needed if Zanzibar is to raise its annual per capita income of $56. Britain will grant indeppndece Thursday to another East African territory, Kenya. Both will become members of the United Nations Monday. Only 22 miles off Tanganyika on the African mainland, Zanzibar lies in the Indian ocean and once was the bustling outpost of the Arab slave trade. Now it is chiefly known as the world's leading producer of cloves. With its sister island of Pem- ba to the north, Zanzibar has an area of 1,020 square miles and a population of 300,000 Africans, Arabs and Indinns. Prince Philip 's arrival touched off a wave of celebrations. At least '10,000 persons crowded Into the sports arena for the independence ceremony. VFW CONVENTION SET CLEVELAND (AP)-The 1964 national convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will be held here Aug. 20-28. cuit court here against Dr. Mov ris Zelman. Lustig alleges that a throat operation performed on him on February 23, 1962 resulted in damage to his vocal cords and loss of the major portion of his power of speech. He seeks i Lowell Dean Simpson. 19 damages of 5118,875. | c h arRec i with six burglaries Oneita Lustig seeks damages n nnd at Fairfield, has been of $37,000 for alleged iniurip*, • Posts Bond In Burglary Case to her husband .15 Grant Divorce In Circuit Court court 2 .32 .01 .02 NEW YORK (AP) — Dow Jones noon stock averages: 30 Indus _ 760.73 up 1.65 20 Rails 174.05 up 0.39 15 Utils 137.11 up 0.07 65 Stocks 265.50 up 0.50 Hospital Notes Jefferson Memorial Admitted: Eloise Shields of Salem: Lester Tacy of Lexington, Ky. Discharged: Velma Richards; Franklin A. Ellingsworth. Good Samaritan Admitted: Max Allyn Picrcy: Beulah F. Dycus; William Clayton Monaghan; Franklin David Knight; Wesley Eugene Yeargin; Loris Virginia Firebaugh; Virginia Hattie Gregory. Discharged: Ruth Edith Sanders; Coral Willoughby Page; Pearl Casey Linville; Bertha Jane Hartley. MEETINGS V.F.W. The regular meeting of Ver- •nois Post 1376, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will be held Thursday evening at 8:00 o'clock at the Post dug-out. The election of trustees will be held. W. M. Michael, adj. BIRTHS local cartage firms, hel|>er.s, dockmen, mechanics and clerical employes of 16,000 companies. Hoffa said the pro|>osal | le is '< sighted flashing lights on presenting to the Trucking Em- 1 water Monday night. But out of Mr. CHICKEN ft DUMPLING DINNER AND BAZAAR Evangelical United Brethren Church 17th and Casey Thursday, Dec. 13 Serving 5 to 8 FJtt. Adult* $1.00 Children 15c ployers, Inc., is lor a lo-cent-aiv ( hour pay boost for each year of; horn a three-year agreement, adjustments for drivers earning less than scales, and increases of $1 per week per man in employer contributions to pension and health and welfare funds. Hoffa has denied published re- i ports that his executive assist- iant, Harold J. Giblxms of St. and Mrs. Glen H. Wielt of j Louis, and four other aides ' *" " ' have resigned. "They will be here either today or Wednesday for negotiations," Hoffa said. gas, and three minutes later the plane reported it was ditching in the ocean. A British ship messaged it had the the lights dropped were flares a search plane. The names of the three men aboard the plane were not available. Call Firemen To Dodds School RFD 6, Mt. Vernon are the parents of a son born at 3:05 o'clock yesterday afternoon in Good Samaritan hospital. He weighed. eight pounds and has been named 1 David Bruce. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hayes of Granite City, former residents of Waltonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wielt of Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mi's. Larry O. Wood of RFD 5, Mt. Vernon, are the parents of a son born at 8:58 o'clock last night in Good Samaritan hospital. He weighed eight pounds 13 and one-half ounces and lias been named Gregory Todd. Mr. and Mrs. Billie G. Hill of 1709 south 13th street are the parents of a son bom at 11:52 o'clock last night in Good Samaritan hospital, He weighed six pounds four ounces and has been named Billy Gale, Jr. Fatal Crash On Route 37 Rural firemen were called yesterday to the Dodds township school, south of the citv, where coal caught fire in 'a coal bin. There was minor smoke dam- i age. The building was not dam- l aged by fire. THE NATION'S WEATHER A pre-winter storm swept across wide areas from the central Plateau region into the central Rockies and the northern Midwest today. A second storm which dumped heavy amounts of snow in west| em New York, mountain areas j of western Pennsylvania and : northern Ohio appeared tapering I off. i Three inches of snow fell in I a six-hour period in Salt Lake Mnnd-ivi Ci, y and in kali's. Wyo., les. urn my S(?1 , mounts were reported in other areas and heavy snow warnings were issued for parts of Kansas and South Dakota. Snow also was indicated in parts of Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona and in most areas west of the Mississippi River except Pacific Coast states. In the northeast, 6 to 8 inches of snow fell in Cambria and Somerset counties in western Pennsylvania. Gusty winds resulted in much drifting. A two- inch snowfall in Pittsburgh slowed travel. Two to six incites of snow covered areas in northern Ohio, with heaviest amounts In Geauga County, east of Cleveland. Visibility was cut sharply by blowing snow in Ashtabula and Lake counties. Temperatures were below zero in parts of the Dakotas and Montana with -6 in Minot, N. D., one of the lowest readings. A divorce. Sharon Gay Walcott vs. Billie David Walcott ,20itive of Brooklyn. N.Y. ; and J was granted in circuit | Peace Corps volunteer Robert j here Monday. 1 Fergerstrom, whose parents live in Honolulu. They had gone to the mining area to deliver a $15,000 U.S. aid check to bo used for a school and an orphanage. In exchange for the hostages, the miners demanded release of union lenders, Irineo Pimental and Frederico Escobar. The government said they were arrested on a court order on charges of committing non-poli- released under $10,000 bond from the Jefferson county jail. His companion, Edwin A. Smith, 24, remained in jail under $10,000 bond. Men.... PROMISE HER ANYTHING But GIVE HER MINK THIS CHRISTMAS i Quality Furriers tical or common crimes. No details were given. EFFINGHAM, 111. (AP> Stanley Hawkins, (K, of La Clede, II., died in St. Antltony's hospital Monday night from in j juries suffered in an accident which also injured his wife, j Mary, 55. j The collision between the, Hawkins auto and a trailer | truck occurred on Illinois 37 in < La Clede. The truck driver was | not injured. ! La Clede is 25 miles southwest of Effingham. Jo Ella's 4th & Main FREE! FREE! $10.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE Just Come In And Register. (No Purchase Necessary) $4,359,846 Tax Lien On Hodge EDWARDSVILLK, III. fAP)- The Internal Revenue Service has filed a $4,3o!>.8-16 tax lien against former Illinois State Auditor Orville Hodge, on parole after his conviction on embezzling charges. Paul Mueller, revenue official, confirmed Monday that the suit was filed Friday in Edwardsville on instructions from J.G. Philpott, district director of Internal Revenue for the East St. Louis, 111., district. The lien alleges that Hodge, released last March from Menard Prison, failed to pay the tax money from 1953 through 19">6. County Judge Alvin Lacy Williams presided at the court i session. Arvey's Son Pleads Guilty LOS ANGELES (AP)-Erwin B. Arvey—son of Jacob Arvcy, the Illinois Democratic committeeman from Chicago — has pleaded guilty to two charges of of interstate transportation counterfeit bonds. Arvey, -16, asked Monday that he be given a psychiatric examination before sentencing and Judge Thurmond Clarke of U.S. District Court granted the request. Federal grand juries in St. Louis and Los Angeles indicted Arvey on charges of transporting 550 phony General Motors Acceptance Corp. debenture bonds from Chicago to Los Angeles, Sept. 29. We wish to express our sincere thanks to everyone for the beautiful flowers and cards and all acts of thoughtfulness during our recent bereavement, the death of our wife and mother. MR. BILL HOLLENBACH & MR. & MRS. ERWIN LIETZ li II ami seasin 'BasK 'isaBSBsxiai Going Outfor Business Up To 50% OFF CARD OF THANKS I want to thank each and everyone for the beautiful flowers, cards, letters and gifts I received during my 5 weeks stay in Barnes Hospital. Words cannot express h«w much they were appreciated. MRS. DAISY B. 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