Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1968 · Page 25
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Monday, July 1, 1968
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ALTON EVENING JtiLS i, 1968 Home Burglarised WWAft&SVlLLE — A Cot- ttgt HUM tome ana a Godfrey fWIIfi cHro W6W burglarized over ihe wwkeiid, the Madison County Sheriff's Department NDUfUid. Oscar Hand of 112 Midway, Cottage Hills, reported at 10:43 a.m. Sunday .that he had just returned from vacation and found his home burglarized. Every room in the house was rantaeted, sheriff's deputies Enffl was gained through a basement window. Hand told deputies that a .22- caliber revolver and two "slot" racing cars were taken. About the same time that Hand was reporting the burglary, John Gilbert, Assistant manager of the River-Aire swim club of Godfrey was reporting a Saturday night break- in. Taken from the club were a table umbrella, two shower curtains, six plastic signs, three boxes of candy, three flood lights and a pair of German helmets. The estimated value of the items was about $64. Gilbert said that entry was apparently gained by someone climbing the fence and noted the club had been the subject of acts of vandalism last week. In other sheriff's reports, mailboxes belonging to Richard Ford of 268 E. Lake Drive, and Ray Schrage of Rte.5, both of Edwardsville, were blown up Sunday night. HOY! UT INTEREST STOP YOU FROM BUYING < A HOME! --,„ Man Injured When Auto Crashes on Beltline Feeble Stock Rally Dies; Trading Slow NEW YORK (Ap)«fhe stock market settled lower this afternoon after a feeble attempt to rally won no support in the morning. Wheat Off After Early Advance Citizens Savings & Loan Aldo Mondin, 17, of 1912 Western Drive, Alton, was injured this morning when his auto went out of control on the belt- line and plunged down a 30-foot embankment. Mondin was admitted to Alton Memorial Hospital at 3:30 GODWIN'S The Department Store For Your Office You'll Find All Your Office Supply Needs FOR HOME OR OFFICE <;FLAG HEADQUARTERS: FLY YOUR JULY 4TH GODWIN OFFICE SUPPLY "Alton's Commercial Stationer" 114 E. Broadway Ph. 465-7756 Open Daily 9 to 5 — Fridays 9 to 9 Saturday 9 to 1 OWN YOUR SHARE OF AMERICAN BUSINESS If you're thinking about investing, don't hesitate to ask us what stocks we might suggest for you to consider and ask us for facts to back up our opinion. Serving Alton Investors for Over 36 Years NEWHARD. COOK 5? Co. MEMBERS f*EW YORK STOCK EXCHANSt 502 Fir.t M.tioMl Bufc Wdfc.— Ahom Phone 465-5585 Eugene B. Shultz Resident Manager John E. Greenwood Registered Representative Our O/fice Is Open Saturday Mornings this morning with back injuries. Mondin told Alton police that he swerved to avoid an oncoming car and his car went out of contorl and down the embankment. Police were summoned to the scene by an American Taxi Service driver who had been flagged down by a passenger in the car. Louis Fox, 54, of 1500 Belle St., Alton, was arrested by Alton pol'ce Sunday night after they found him driving without an operators license and no state plates. Alton police said Fox was stopped at 8:15 p.m. Sunday at 9th and Belle Streets on a routine traffic check. Henry Moore Jr., 34, of 1200 Belle St. was charged with intoxication, having nm operator's license and failure to keep within traffic lanes after his auto was involved in a traffic accident Sunday. Police said Moore was arrested at 10th and Belle Streets after he had left the scene of an accident at 17th and Belle. Police said Moore is suspected of being the driver of an auto that struck a parked car owned by Jack Calvey, of 241 Madison St. Carnival Employe Beaten by Assailant A carnival worker with the amusement company which was running a show in South Roxana, was beaten by an assailant about midnight Sunday, South Roxana police said. Walter Glore, 22, of Herculaneum, Mo., was admitted to Wood River Township Hospital with contusions to his mouth and nose after the beating at Dad's Cmb Park where the carnival was set-up for the South Roxana Homecoming festivities. Police said the beating was for no apparent reason. CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat fu- |tures prices moved ahead by two cents a bushel on the Chi' cago Board of Trade today, but weakened under liquidation and closed mostly lower. Trade was mixed in all com modities and moved at a moderate pace. Wheat futures got their original impetus from a statement attributed to Agriculture Secretary Orville Freeman. He said that the government would ex tend price support to farmers who cannot take out loans on their grain because of a reported lack of storage space. Some buying near the close sent prices ahead again after seasonal lows had been s again. CHICAGO (AP)- Prev. High Low Close Close Wheat aluminum folding chair is your Germania Savings gift* when you start a new account with $200.00 or more or add $200.00 or more to your present account. This attractive chair is an ideal extra for outdoor picnics, camping, riverbank fishing, patio parties and carrying in your car. You will enjoy our lawn chair gift. Besides, at Germania Savings your passbook accounts earn the most with 4 3/4% daily dividends. Ask about our bonus accounts that earn 5 1/4%. Offer ends July 15th. Be the first to join the happy parade of green chairs from Germania Savings. *One chair to an account, none mailed YOUR SAVINGS GIFT This Handy Lawn Chair Savings i 648 Btat Bmdwy, Allan, Illinois 68008. fhwt; 628/4GS.65W Jul Sep Dec Mar May Corn Jul Sep Dec Mar May Oats Jul Sep Dec Mar May Rye Jul Sep Dec Mar Ma y 1.28 1.26 1.26% 1.26% 1.32% 1.30 1.30% 1.30% 1.38% 1.36% 1.37 1.37% 1.43% 1.41% 1.42 1.42% 1.45% 1.43% 1.44% 1.44% 1.12% l.Hi/4 1.11% 1.11% 1.14 1.1314 1.18% 1.3% .14% 1.13% 1.13% 1.14% 1.19% 1.18% 1.18% 1.191/4 1.22% 1.21% 1.21% 1.22% .70% .6914 .69% .70% .66% .64% .64% .67% .65% .66 .67 .68 .67% .67% .67% .67% .6714 .67% .67% 1.12 1.10% 1.11% 1.10% 1.13% 1.12% 1.12% 1.12% 1.18% 1.16% 1.16% 1.16% 1.21% 1.2014 1.20% 1.20% 1.22 1.22 1.22 1.22% Soybeans Jul 2.68% 2.66% 2.68 2.66% Aug 2.67% 2.65% 2.67 2.67% Sep 2.60 2.58% 2.58% 2.59^ Nov 2.56% 2.54% 2.55% 2.56% Jan 2.60% 2.58% 2.59 2.60y 4 Mar 2.63% 2.62 2.63 2.63% May 2.66 2.64% 2.65% 2.65% Trading was lither than last week. Reversing a similar advan- age in favor of gainers, the balance of plus and minus signs on the New York Stock Ex* change shifted to the losing col umn by about 100. The Dow Jones industrial av erage was off about 2 points in ate dealings. Commercial Credit, off about .%, was the most active stock by a wide margin. Withdrawal by Lowe's Theatres cleared the way for Control Data to &c- quire Commercial Credit. Con> rol Data, also among the volume leaders, was down about 3. Among other active stocks, Fairchiid Camera lost 4, Hooker ihemical and Raytheon more than 2 each, Occidental Petro- eum and Sperry Rand more ;han a point apiece. Sunasco advanced more than i point in brisk trading. Montgomery Ward and Eastern Air jnes also rose a point each. IBM dropped 4, Polaroid about 3, Homestake, American Smelting, International Tele phone, Ford and Chrysler more :han a point each. All the top four steelmakers ;ook fractional losses. Goodrich, down 2, led a decline by other rubber stocks, most of which took fractional losses. Prices were mixed on the American Stock- Exchange a; the pace of trading slackened below Friday's. 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1 p.m quotations of New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area as supplied to the Alton Telegraph by Newhard Cook & Co., from its Alton branch office. The New York Exchange closes, daily at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations: AT&T 50% General Motors 79?! Granite City Steel Olin Mathieson Owens-Illinois 58% Shell Oil 65% Sinclair Oil 79% Mobil Oil 46% Standard Oil (Ind.) 52% Standard Oil (NJ) 67% U.S. Steel 39% Sears 69?! Clark Oil 62% Squibb-Beechnut 45% Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 (AP) — Estimates for Tuesday Cattle 3,500; calves 200; hogs 7,000 and sheep 500. Hogs 6,000; U.S. 1-2 215-22 Ibs 22.60-22.75; U.S. 2-3 190-26( Ibs 21.50-22.25; U.S. 3-4 240-35C Ibs 19.00-22.00; sows; U.S. 1-3 300-450 Ibs 17.50-19.00; U.S. 2-J 450-650 Ibs 16.75-17.00; boars 16.00-18.00. Cattle 4,500; calves 175 slaughter steers high choice and prime 950-1225 Ibs 27.00-27.50 choice 950-1200 Ibs 26.00-27.00 good and choice 24.00-25.75 slaughter heifers choice and prime 875-925 Ibs 26.25; choice 750-950 Ib 26.00; good 24.00; cow utility and commercial 17.00 18.50; choice vealers 30.00-35.00 good 26.00-30.00; slaughter calves choice 24.00, good 19.00. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) — Eggs and poultry: Eggs, consumer grades; A large 27-30, A medium 20-23, A small 13-15, B large 21-23; wholesale grades, standard 20-22 unclassified 19-20. TARLIGHT Box Office Opens at 7:00 Phone HO 2-4021 TONITE WINNER OF 5 ACADEMY AWARDS INCLUDING "BEST PICTURE" THE ALL TIME HITI "The Sound of Music" Starring! Julie Andrews Christopher Plummer Alton's Landfill in Good Shape EDWARDSVILLE — Alton landfill at the old brick yar north of the city is "off to good start," an Illinois Depart ment of Public Health officia told the Telegraph today. Marshall Gish, sanitarian d rector of the department, an Ray Webster, a public healt inspector, inspected severa Madison County landfills las week as a prelude to a reorgan ization of the department's o fices. Gish was impressed with A ton's fill. "They are getting o to a very good start," he said The state official had prais for both Alton and Collinsvill municipal dumps, saying tha both were "in good shape." The landfill picture in Mad son County is "improved" Gis said in a reference to action by the County Sanitation De partment. However, the state sanitaria director noted that there wer "still some violations." He di not specify the nature of th violations nor their location the two state officials toure the county last week with San tation Officer Jack Clifford, an visited Mai Corp. on Choutea Island and Tom Sanders fill i Godfrey along with the two cit dumps. The Department of Publi Health has opened regional o fices on Missouri Avenue i East St. Louis. Webster, an inspector for th department, will operate out o East St. Louis replacing Rich ard Eisenkoff as inspector fo the state in this area. "We are wqrking closely, an will continue to work closely with Madison County," Gis added. Adkiiig Funeral Area relatives, Mrs. Lil; King of Rosewood Heights an< Loran Adkins of Alton, havt returned from Lincoln, 111 where tbey attended funera services for LaSalle Adkins, a brother, who died unexpectedly at 8:45 p.m. Thursday from ar apparent heart attack. Services were held at I p.m Sunday at Stricke Memoria Home, with burial in Mt. Pulas U. Mueller Glen H B. Mueller, 41, of 909 Me Of., BethaltdYdied at 11 m., Saturday at Barnes Mos- ital, St Louis, tn failing health p.m. netal Hfflf*, Cafrolltofi, services Ml be held at it a.m. Wednesday with the ftev. Menley Mace officiating. Burial will be ID Woodlafld .Hill cemetery. Rhoatles „_ t Htmto of the American Legtoft, Calhotffl Lodge , A.M.&F.M. m t Easl St. Louis cotisistoty, and wai a past cal- heuft/County anti road GLEN MUELLEE or four months, he entered the lospital \pril 16. The son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller, he was orn May 3L 1927, in East Alon. Mr. Mueller had been em- >loyed at Olin Mathieson Chem cal Corp. for 21 years before his retirement Feb. 14. His marriage to the former Mary Lou Ruyle, who survives, ook place July 28, 1948, in Be- halto. H e was a member of the Westerner Club, a World War H /eteran, and a member of the Zion Lutheran Church, where he erved as a church steward and as an usher Survivors beside his widow are two sons, Glen H.; William Irick, both at home; and a sis- er, Mrs. Lucille Pollard, Meadowbrook. Rev. Duane Brunette will of- iciate at services Tuesday at 11 a.m. in Zion Lutheran Church, iiterment will be in Zion Lutheran Cemetery. Visitation will be after 6 p.m. oday at Smith Funeral Home, Bethalto Mrs. Anna E. Rhoades, 68, died at 2:25 p.m. Sunday at Alton Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient for two weeks. Born in Fort Russell township, May 10, 1900, she was the daughter of the late Benjamin and Emma Glassmeier. Her married to Melvin Rhoades, who survives, took place Oct. 28, 1922, in Carlin ville. A former resident of Wood River, she resided at 10 Bender Ave., Rosewood Heights. Beside her husband, she survived by three sisters, Mrs. Mary Nolte, Miss Clara Glassmeier, both of Wood River; and Mrs. Ida Beni of Kenosha, Wis. A son, Melvin A., died in infancy in 1925. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday until funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Marks Mortuary, Wood River. The Rev. Jack Adams, pastor of St. Paul's Methodist Church in Rosewood Heights, of which Mrs. Rhoades was a member, Sttfvjv6« 'ttctade his widow, Ola; f&uf step-daughters, Mrs. Velfflft Graham, Mozler, til.; Mrs. Kathleen Peutefbaugh, Hamburg; Mrs. Genevieve Se« vier, Cottage Hills; Mrs. Mil dred Wagner, Jacksonville, nl.; five step-sons, Clarence Grover, Bloomington, flU Leonard, Wood River; Earl, Hamburg; Charles, Wood River; Norman, Alton; a brother, Robert, Kampsville; two sisters, Mrs. Francse Disems, California; and Mrs. Patricia Scott, Carrollton. Friends may call at the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home, Hardin, after 3 p.m. today. Rev. R. A. Badger and Rev. Ralph Anderson will officiate at services at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Kampsville Presbyterian Church. Legion services will be conducted at the Summit Grove Cemetery. survived by a sister, Patriela, 2; a brother, trvto J&hi, I, Also surviving are her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beck* man, Chicago, atid Mrs. Effie Brdckway of Alton and Julius Brockway, Bowles; Mtea. Friends may call at Smith Funeral Home today after 3 p.m. services will be conducted Tuesday at 0:30 at the FtQierdl Home, the Rev. Howard Taylor officiating. Burial will be in the McLean City cemetery, McLean, 111. Belanger Buerkle Cook Albert P. Belanger, 81, 2222 Brown St., a resident of Alton 'or 25 years, died at 2:05 a.m. oday a* St. Anthony Hospital where he had been a patient since June 27. He had been in ! ailing health for five years. A ret'red industrial engineer 'rom the Alton Box Board, Mr. Belanger taught classes at most of Alton's hospitals, schools and nstitutions in craft. In 1962, he ashioned a cross of plastics, which hp gave to the Memphis lospital founded by Danny Thomas. A very creative and industrious person, he designed and constructed many crafts. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John D. Belanger, he was born April 4. 1887, in Chicago, where tie 'was married to the former Badyar, June 19,1926, who preceded him in death in August of 1965. A World War I veteran, he was a member of the' Portage Park Masonic Lodge 1002, and Consistory and Shrine of East St. Louis. He is survived by three sons, Albert, Alton; Donald, North Reading, Mass.; Victor, Fountain Va'Iey, Calif.; nine grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Louise Durkm, Maywood, III. Two sisters also preceded him in death. Visitat'on will begin after 2 p.m. Tuesday at Gent Chapel, where Franklin Masonic Lodge 25, will conduct services at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Paul S. Krebs will conduct funeral services at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Gent Chapel followed by burial in Valhalla Memorial Park. will officiate at services. Burial will be in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens. Denkey. Deanna Faye Denkey, 3 mos., died in her home at 259 Dooley Drive, Alton, Sunday at 4:50 p.m. An inquest will be held. Deanna is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Denkey. Deanna was born March 24, 1968 in St. Joseph's Hospital and is survived by two brothers, Larry Edward, 3, and Richard Wayne, 13 mos. Also surviving are grandparents Clarence Payne, Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stiritz, Godfrey. Mrs. Nellie Cruthis, Sorento, 111., Deanna's great- grandmother, also survives. Visitation will be at Gent Funeral Home after noon Tuesday. Services at Gent Funeral Home are scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, the Rev. C. L. Gruver officiating. Burial will be in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens. Deputy Coroner Les Bowles of Gents said that an autopsy has been performed on the child and an inquest is pending later this week. John Christian Buerkle, 87, who had been in failing health for the last six months, died Sunday in Jackson, Mo. The son of the late John Martin and Frederica Kies Burkle, he was born Sept. 22,1880. His wife, the former Margaret McKendree, whom he married in 1910, preceded him in death in May of 1958. Mr. Buerkle had worked in Cape Girardeau and Jackson, Mo. for the Energy Coal & Supply Co. as a road builder. Survivors include two daughters, Margaret Louise, Mary Elizabeth Buerkle, Kirkwood, Mo.; two sons, John C. Jr., Alton; Robert M., Jackson, Mo.; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, Mo., followed by burial in Memorial Cemetery. Pruitt Funeral arrangements ,* r e pending in Denver, Colo., for Everett Cook, 69, a former Insurance agent in the Alton and Medora area, who died of an apparent heart attack Sunday morning. .. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Cook, he was formerly employed by the Prudential Life Insurance Co. Survivors are his widow, Alice; a son, Everett Jr., Houston, Texas; several grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Ruby Ewin, Omaha, Neb.; Mrs. Mary Morton. Kansas; and several nieces and nephews. Morgenroth Funeral Funeral services were held Saturday at Morrow-Quinn Mortuary for Mrs. Esther Morgenroth, of 1515 Jersey St., Alton. Mrs. Morgenroth died Thursday at Alton Memorial Hospital. Pallbearers were Don Jacoby, James Milford, Donley Watkins, Robert Graul, Robert Jacoby, and William Walters. Interment was at Upper Alton Cemetery. Brockway Kathleen Brockway, 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Brockway, 3324 College, was electrocuted Saturday in a freak accident involving an electrically- charged gas meter. Born July 2, 1964 in Chicago, 3-year-old Kathleen was pronounced dead on arrival at Alton Memorial Hospital at 2:45 p.m., Saturday. Besides her parents, she is Greig Funeral Private funeral services were held at 10 a.m. today at Smith Funeral home for Mrs. Lydia E. Grieg, 86. Mrs. Greig died Friday at Yinger Nursing Home. Pallbearers were Francis Landis, E. Weber, Karl Hodge, Donald Fensterman, James Fensterman, and Stanley Wilton. Interment was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Francis (Jean) Pruitt, 49, a former Wood River resident who lived in Wyandotte, Mich, died of a heart attack at his home Saturday morning. He had worked at the Sinclair Oil refinery and as a construction pipefitter in Wood River. Surviving are his widow, Dorothy, ard two sons; Thomas (Butch), serving with the Navy, and Michael, at home. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at Nixons Funeral Home in Wyandotte, Mich. Hubbs Word has been received of the unexpected death of Maurice Hubbs, 53, a former Jong- time resident of Wood River, who was stricken Saturday afternoon at the Pittsburgh Airport and died enroute to the hospital. His parents were the late Denver Hubbs and Mrs. Ada Hubbs Slagel. Born May 25, 1915, in Pearl, he came to the Wood River area at an early age. He was graduated from the Wood River High School and was in the Air II. Force during World War An employe of Shell Oil Co. for 25 years, he later moved to Pittsburgh, where, he was employed as a safety engineer ,at the Air Products and Chemical Co. Mr. Hubbs Js survived by his widow, Harriett L.; two daughters, Mrs. Gerald (Selby) Koster, Arlington, Va.; Tracy, at borne; a son, Jeffrey, Kent State, Ohio; a granddaughter; a sister, Mrs, Philip (Joetta) Leininger, Rosewood Heights; and bis step-father, Fred 0. Slagel, Wood River. Visitation will begin after 4 Welch Weldon E. Welch, 61, of 2618 Plainview Terrace, was dead on arrival at Alton Memorial Hospital Sunday night after becoming ill at his home. Mr. Welch had suffered a coronary attack two years ago. He was a dispatcher at Alton Box Board where he had been employed 38 years. Mr. Welch was a member of the Congregational Church of Woodburn, 111., and Alton Lodge FOE. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ella McCoy Welch; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Ellen Fulkerson, of Pere Du Lac, Wis.; and Mrs. Donna Fry of Florissant, Mo.; three sons, Robert and Don L., both of Rosewood Heights, and Charles A. of Alton; two brothers, William I., of Fosterburg; Charles Dale of Woodburn, 111.; two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Flte Shipman, and Mrs. Charlotte Thyer of Bunker Hill, and grandchildren. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Smith Funeral Home in Alton. The funeral wUl be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Smith Funeral Home with the Rev. Benajmin A. Bohn, officiating. Interment will be In Valhalla Park. STREEPER Funeral Home U20 Washington For Sympathy, for Congratulations or fast for love. Flowers are the nicest way of say* In*' what yon feel, without putting a strain on your budget PH. 3774439 SMITTY'S Lawn & Gardin Supply Route No. 14*— Bethalto, m. ALBERT P. BELANGER Services Gent Chapel, 1 p.m. Wednesday Rev. Paul S. Krebs, officiating Burial Valhalla Memorial Park In state at the Chapel after 2 p.m. Tuesday Masonic Services, Franklin Lodge No. 25 7:30 p.m., Tuesday DEANNA FAY DEMKEY Services 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Gent Chapel Rev. C. L. Gruver, officiating Burial Roselnwn Memory Gardens In state at the Chapel after 12 noon Tuesday Sibley HARDIN - John Sibley, 79, a retired carpenter and farmer, died at 10 p.m. Saturday at Hamburg. Born in cujnoun County, lav 26, 1889, he was the son oMbe late Mr. and Mrs. Youngs Sibley, , • •'."* ••, „ A World war I Veteran, :te ALTON KATHLEEN BROCKWAY Visitation 3 p.m. today. Funeral 0:30 Tuesday, Smith Funeral Home WELDQN E. WELCH Visitation 2 p.m. Tuesday Funeral 1 p.m. Wednesday Smith Funeral Home BKTHALTO GLEN H, B. MUELLER Visitation 0 p.m. tonight Funeral It a.m. Tuesday 21on Lutheran Church, Betb»lto 4

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