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Stock Market Settles Lower In Trading NEW YORK (AP)-The stock market settled lower this afternoon after a feeble attempt to rally won no support in the morning. Trading was lighter than last week. Reversing a similar advantage in favor of gainers, the balance of plus and minus signs on the New York Stock Exchange shifted to the losing column by about 100. The Dow Jones industrial average was off about 2 points in late dealings. Commercial Credit, off about I 1 ,-., was the most active stock by a wide margin. Withdrawal by Lowe's Theatres cleared the way for Control Data to acquire Commercial Credit. Control Data, also among the volume leaders, was down about 3. Among other active stocks, Fairchild Camera lost 4, Hooker Chemical and Raytheon more than 2 each, Occidental Petroleum and Sperry Rand more than a point apiece. Sunasco advanced more than a point in brisk trading. Montgomery Ward and Eastern Air Lines also rose a point each. IBM . dropped 4, Polaroid about 3, Homestake, American Smelting, International Telephone, Ford and Chrysler more than a point each. All the top four steelmakers took 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 as the pace of trading slackened below Friday's. 1 p.m. Quotations COURTESY OF EDWARD D. JONES & CO. COS STATE BANK BLpG. Markets At A Glance Stock Am. Motors Am. Tel. & Tel. Chrysler Clevite Pfd. Colt Ind. Inc. Com. Edi. Com. Edi. PFD. Crum & Forster Ford Motors Gen. Electric Gen. Fds. Corp. Gen. Motors Honeywell IBM Int. Harv. King Seeley Nor. St. & W. RCA Sears St. Oil of N.J. Sundstrand Texaco U.S. Steel West. El. Corp. Woolworth 1 P.M. Price - 13% 50 5 /s 61 81'/i 73% 49 30% bid 69 51Vi 85% 91>/4 79% 125% 348 3 /4 32% 57% 40 46% 70V8 68 87% 76 39V 2 71% 27 ] /8 Livestock NEW YORK (AP)- Markets at a glance: Stocks—Lower in moderately active trading. Cotton—Mixed. CHICAGO Wheat •- Mostly lower; liquidation. Corn—Lower; liquidation. Oats—Lower; with corn. Soybeans — Mostly lower; liquidation. Butcher hogs — 25-73 cents higher; receipts 3,500; top 23.50. Slaughter steers — 25 cents highcrj receipts 8,000; top 28.90. A 66; 90 B 64'/i; 89 C 60%; Cars 90 B 65; 89 C 62. Eggs large whites easy, balance steady; 80 per cent or better grade A whites 29; mediums 25; standards 25; checks 18. CHICAGO (APT- (USDA) Live poultry: wholesale buying prices unchanged to % higher; roasters 24%-26%; special fed white rock fryers 21-22V 2 . CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Potatoes arrivals 207; on track 284; total U.S. shipments for Friday 450; Saturday 247;. Sunday 81; old — supplies insuffi- The Daily Record It li H principle of American Justice that nn Individual is nl- ways presumed Innocent until proved guilty and a report that anyone Is charged with an offense cannot be construed as proof that he committed the offense. We rely upon official public records for the Information published In this column. T/ieffs Two tires and wheels valued at $120 were stolen sometime Friday night, from Stephenson Service Co. yard on South Hancock Avenue. Arrests Mark W. McCarthy, 34, of 910 E. Shawnee St., was charged with public intoxication and disturbing the peace. He posted $50 bond. Adam C. Beck, 66, Mount Car- rail Route 3, posted $25 bond on a charge of disorderly conduct. He was arrested Saturday in Pearl City. Divorces Juliana A. Nettles was granted a divorce Friday from Steven Nettles on grounds of cruelty. They were married Sept. 1,1967, cient to quote; new — supplies'" 1 Hannibal, Mo., and the moth- moderate; for long whites demand good; market stronger; demand for round reds, slow, market dull; carlot track sales: California long whites 5.40-5.90; California round reds 4.75. Grain CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat futures prices moved ahead by two cents a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade today, but weakened under liquidation and closed mostly lower. Trade was mixed in all commodities 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 extend 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 set again. At the close wheat was % cent a bushel lower to % higher, July 1.26%; corn was % to % lower, July l.UVfe; oats were unchange'd to 1 cent lower, July 69Ms cents; rye was Vi lower to % higher, July l.UVs and soy beans were IVi lower to IVt higher, July 2.68. er was granted custody of their one child. Morris J. Marlindale was granted a divorce Friday from Charlotte A. Martindale on rounds of mental cruelty. They vere married Oct. 7, 1966, in "'reeport. Custody of their child ,vas awarded to the paternal randparents. Elaine B. Krienke was granted divorce Friday from Earl W. Crienke on grounds of mental ruelty. They were married une 26, 1964, in Rockton. Betty Smyth was granted a ivorce Friday from Leslie imyth on grounds of cruelty, 'hey were married June 9,1951, n Freeport. The mother was ranted custody of their three hildren. bankruptcies Martin Blair Nathan, Loves 'ark, filed a bankruptcy peti- ion in Federal Court today as an individual and for his businesses, N&H Builders and Unit- d Construction Co. He alleged iabilities of $104,114.59 and as- ets of $8,000. Donle Elliott, Rockford, allege* CHICAGO (AP)- High Low Wheat Jul Sep Dec Mar 1.28 1.26 1.32% 1.30 Prev. Close Close 1.26% 1.26% 1.30% 1130% 1.38% 1.36% 1.37 1.37 3 /s 1.43% 1.41% 1.42 1.42% May 1.45% 1.43% 1.44% 1.44% CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) Hogs 3,500; butchers 25 to 75 higher; around 200 head 1-2 sorted 210-220 Ibs 23.25-23.50; 2s 200-235 Ibs 22.50-23.00; 2-3 220240 Ibs 22.00-22.75; sows steady to 25 higher; 1-3 350-400 Ib sows 18.00-18.75; 1-3 400-500 Ibs 17.25-18.25; 2-3 500-650 Ibs 16.5017.25. Cattle 8,000; calves none; slaughter steers generally 25 higher; heifers strong to 25 higher; cows fully steady; prime 1,250-1,400 Ib slaughter steers yield grade 3 and 4 28.50-28.75; one load 1,290 Ibs 28.90; mixed high choice and prime 1,150-1,400 Ibs 28.00-28.50; choice 1,0501,400 Ib yield grade 2 to 4 27.0028.25; mixed good and choice 26.50-27.25; mixed high choice and prime 850-1,075 Ib slaughter heifers yield grade 3 and 4 26,75-27.25; choice 850-1,050 Ibs yield grade 2 to 4 26.00-27.00; mixed good and choice 25.5026.25. Sheep 100; not enough of any class for a price test. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Official estimated livestock receipts for Tuesday are 1,200 cattle, 4,000 hogs and no estimate of sheep. CHICAGO TAP") - Futures tradirig on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange today: Close Prev.close 1.12V6 1.HV4 1.11% 1.11% 1.14 I.IS'A 1.13'/4 1.13% 1.14% 1.13% 1.13% 1.14% 1.19% 1.18% 1.18% 1.19V4 1.22% 1.21% 1.21% 1.22V4 LIVE BEEF CATTLE Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec LIVE HOGS Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec A-offered; B-bid; 27.42 27.47 27.35 27.27 26.85 27.20 27.35 27.25 27.12 26.75 26.87 a26.72 22.70 21.75 20.45 19.30 nlO.50 22.55 21.70 20.40 19.50 19.50 n!9.50 n!9.50 N-nominal Produce CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Mercantile Exchange — Butter steady; wholesale buying prices Corn Jul Sep Dec Mar May Oats Jul .70% .69V4 .69% .70% Sep .66V 8 .64% .64% .65% Dec .67% .65% .66 .67 Mar .68 .67% .67% .67% May .67 7 / 8 .67'/ 4 .67% Rye Jul 1.12 1.10% 1.11% Sep 1.13% 1.12% 1.12% 1.12% Dec 1.18% 1.16% 1.16% 1.16% Mar 1.21%.1.20V4 1.20% 1.20% May 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% 2.59V< Nov 2.56% 2.54% 2.55% 2.56% Jan 2.60V4 2.58% 2.59 2.60V4 Mar 2.63% 2.62 2.63 2.63% May 2.66 2.64 I A 2.65'/4 2.65% CHICAGO (AP)—Wheat No hard 1.31 J /4 n; No 2 soft red 1.25'A n. Corn No 2 yellow 1.15 Oats No 2 extra heavy white 75 n. Soybeans No 1 yellow 2.70 n. Soybean oil 7.50 n. South Holland Fire Destroys Four Stores SOUTH HOLLAND, 111. (AP — Fire early today in a block long building destroyed fou stores and caused an estimatec $500,000 damage. There were ni injuries. South Holland Fire Chie Michael Van Der Aa Kvan-der ay, who made the damage esti mate, called the fire the bigges in the history of South Holland Firemen from six south CHI cago suburbs responded to the blaze, which destroyed stores o the Jewel Tea Co., Osco Drugs Steven's Bedding Co. and Idea Cleaners. Harvey Fire Captain Frei Man find the roof common t all four stores collapsed and tha the interiors of the stores wen gutted. An investigation was under way to determine the cause o the Hru but authorities said ai unchanged; 93 score AA (Hi; 92 son apparently was not involved 51)0 fine on an intoxication charge. Joseph Thompson of Owens- K>ro, Ky., went to jail when he could not pay ;v $15 fine 'or intoxication. Accidents Robert M. Harston, 22, of 112 S. Sheridan Ave., was charged with three traffic violations after his car broke off a utility pole early Sunday morning on Soutli Hancock Avenue near the sewage treatment plant. He was ticketed for leaving the scene of an accident, failure to have a vehicle under control and excessive speed. Harston said an oncoming truck forced him off the road. David rode out of an alley and Mrs. Marvin Beyer, 911 S. McKinley Ave., received multiple bruises when he was riding his bicycle Saturday afternoon near his home and collided with a car driven by Joseph F. Dutkiewicz, 66, of LaSalle. David drove out of an alley into the path of the car. The youth was treated at Freeport Memorial Hospital. Utility Pole Hit James B. Arnold, 53, of 703 E. Iroquois St., was ticketed for allure to have his vehicle under ontrol after his auto hit a util- y pole Sunday morning on south Galena Avenue near East arden Street. Sharon R. Hartman of 107 S. iValnut Ave. was driving on tVest Stephenson Street near ^orth Cherry Avenue Saturday night when her car struck a arked vehicle owned by Glen 0. VanDyke of 1025 S. Maple Ave. She was charged with failure to have her vehicle under :ontrol. Wiliam J. Kadzewick, 32, of Dakota, was ticketed for failure o yield when his car collided labilities of $2,562.96 and assets of 1150. He is employed as a machinist at K & K Machining Specialists Co. LaVern J. Tillettt, Davis Junction Route 1, alleged liabilities of i6,324.22 and assets of $95. He is a spot welder at Chrysler Corp. Jerry Eugene Dunn, South Beloit alleged liabilities of $3,737.47 and as sets of $329. He is an unemployed jody and fender repairman. Johnie Ray Fowler, Rockford, al eged liabilities of $5,110.82 and as sets of $8. He is an engineer for Wales Beach. Valentin M. Maldonado, Rockford filed under the wage earner's plan alleging liabilities of $993.17 and as sets of $325. Traffic Cases The following traffic cases include fines and costs. FREEPORT CASES Darwin Whitney, Rockford, stop sign violation, $15 paid. James DuMont, 1224 S. Blackhawk Ave., stop sign violation, $15. paid. Norbert Shrovnal, Green Bay Wis., stop sign violation, $15 paid. Leroy Bowden, German Valley stop sign violation, $15 paid. Dwayne Reed, 307 N. Park Blvd. stop sign violation, $15 paid. Roger Cain. Pearl City, one-way street violation, $15 paid. Sharon Klever, Freeport Route 1 speeding, $20 paid. Dave Graff, 1026 S. Arcade Ave. excessive speed, $20 paid. Jane Snow, 1716 W. Harrison St. stop sign violation, $15 paid. Delores Roach, 815 S. Ottawa Ave. traffic signal violation, $15 paid. John Hovorka, Mount Carroll speeding, $17 paid. Ruby Obenchain, 828 W. Douglai St., improper left turn, $15 paid. Thaddeus Taylor, 112 N. Adelber Ave., improper backing, $15 paid. Joan Andrews, 1617 S. Walnu Ave., speeding, $18 paid. Lucille Burma, Baileyville, one way street violation, $15 paid. Carol Metz, McConnell, stop sign violation, $15 paid. Gary Albrecht, Winslow, stop violation, $15 paid. Charlene Schuliz, Stockton, ex cessive speed, $15 paid. John Hill, Freeport Route 4, ex cessive noise, $15 paid. Lynn Cowan, 1454 S. Demote Drive, right-of-way violation, $1 paid. , Richard Perkins, Pecatonlca, reck less driving, $35 paid. COUNTY CASES Roger Mailand, Egan, speeding $24 paid. Ronald Erdmeier, Freeport Rout 3, too fast for conditions, $15 paid Gary Magee, Shullsburg, Wis. speeding, $16 paid. Walter Ryder, Norridge, failure t yield, $25 forfeited. Hazel Elvey,' Pearl City failure to yield, $15 paid. Vlcki Losey, Dakota, driving will parking lights on, $15 paid. Phillip Halbrader, Loves Park, m lights on prelecting load, $15 paid. John Stromlnger, Rockford, to> fast for conditions, $15 paid. Mag/sfrafe's Courf Thomas L. Gitchell of Ridot pleaded guilty to a charge o fraudulent schemes Friday be fore Judge William E. Kintze and paid $30 fine. He was in volved in a shoplifting incident Joe Collins, 60, of 17 N. Rose Ave., was jailed this morning after he was unable to pay Saturday night with a vehicle driven by Walter W. Shenberger, 31, Freeport Route 3, on linois 75 in Dakota. Deer Killed A deer was struck and killed Sunday morning about two miles north of Lena on Illinois 73. Driver of the vehicle was Milford L. Wentz, 34, of Monroe, Wis. A car driven by Steven Baldasti, 18, of Pearl City, left the Pearl City Road about tw o miles west of Freeport Sunday afternoon and ended in the yard of Robert Pearson, Frepor Route 2. Baldasti started to pass when another car reportedly pulled out in front of him and he had to brake quickly, produc ing a skid. Jane A. Bohnsack, of Rockford was driving Saturday morning on the Galena Road northwes of Lena when her car went ou of control and tore up some fencing on the Gary Schreine farm. Cars driven by George SaLter 45, of Ridott, and Fred W. Kai ser, 83, of 1424 S. High Ave. collided Saturday morning on West Galena Avenue near Nortl West Avenue. Kaiser was at tempting to change lanes when the mishap occurred. Small Claims Freeport Memorial Hospita was awarded judgment against: David Alleman, Rod City, $67.36; Herman Joel Far rar, 549 E. Stephenson St $98.85; John Martin, Freepor Route 4, $448.65; Charles W. Mil ler, 1004 S. Carroll Ave., $167.90 Betty McLain, Hotel Free port, $234.45; Melvin Park, 840V E. Pleasant St., $162.65; Lero and Betty Prinkey, 512 W. Clar St., $134.70; Junior Runkle Freeport Route 1, $162.40; Quit man White, 615 E. Winneshie" St., $160.65. Freeport Medical Clinic wa awarded judgments against Dorothy Albritton, 608 E. Steph enson St., $121.40; Geral Kuntzelman, 652 Westviev Road, $155.86; Barbara Sen lamp, 815 S. Ottawa Ave $178.60; Tommy Walker, 20 E Rose Ave., $34.40; and John an Essie Mae Walker, 115 N. Adel bert Ave., $370.45. Drs. L. A. Rachuy and D. 0 Williams, both of Stockton were awarded judgment against: Eugene Bradbury, 41 E. Iroquois St., $115.68; an E. D. Carnahan, Lena Rout 1, $170.70. Drs. J. E. Madden and H. R Osheroff were awarded judg ments against: James Chat man, 1023 S. Chicago Ave $44.40; and Jessie and Nozeli Structo Tells Of Changes In Organization Fred W. Voss, vice president of King-Seelcy Thermos Co. and general manager of the Structo Division, announced today a series of organizational changes 'or the toy and barbecue grill nanufacturcr. Myron 11. Masny has been appointed marketing manager. Hy Schiff, who has resigned as vice president and sales manager, will become a product consultant to the division. Schiff maintains an office in New York City. George Warren has been appointed merchandise manager with responsibility for advertising, sales promotion and market analysis. The office of the field sales manager, Al Gordon, will be moved from New York to Free port. The national sales office will be headquartered in Free port. Voss termed the moves an ef fort to "improve internal com munication substantially." Chase Brings Four Charges A Davis motorist, Lester R 'ilson, 17, was charged wit ur offenses after he was ar ested early Sunday after rief chase by sheriff's deputies Wilson was booked on ai empting to elude an officer, i egal possession of liquor as minor, curfew violation and n alid drivers license. He was eleased on $600 bond. Deputies said they spotted Wilon driving a car with one head- ght at Rock City and started o pursue Wilson east on Illinois 5. They said speeds reached 00 miles per hour before Wlison vas stopped in Davis. A quantity of beer was confis- ated from the car. li.l.Ud fml>IUIi«« N«l Injlcaltd- Onlult itttt THUNDERSHOWEKS ARE PREDICTED tonight for the northeastern section of the Southern Plains through the southern portions of the mid-Mississippi Valley and lor (lie eastern portions of (lie Ohio Valley und the Great Lakes region.—AP Phulofttx. TWO MEMBERS OF A SHANNON FAMILY died in the wreckage of this new model car 5 miles south of Mount Carroll Sunday night. Killed were Robert Johnson, 26, and his two-year- old daughter, Debbie. Johnson's wife, Nancy, 23, was admitted to Savanna City Hospital. See story on page 1. Hijacked Airliner Released SEC Probes Cosf Of Stock Trading Goldberg Back* In Labor Dispute Field NEW YORK (AP) - Arthur J. Goldberg, a leading U.S. la)or lawyer before he served on he Supreme Court and as ambassador to the United Nations returned to the field of labor disputes today. Goldberg, who resigned from the U.N. post recently and be :ame senior member of a law :irm here, took over the job o; adjudicating disputes arising :rom collective . bargaininj agreements covering 30,000 o the city's garment manufactur ing workers. His appointment as impartia chairman of the New York Coa and Suit Industry was an nounced Sunday and became ef fective today. The post once wa held by the late U.S. Suprerm Court Justice Louis D. Bran deis. Goldberg's appointment wa: approved by union officers including Louis Stulberg, presi dent of the AFL-CIO Interna tional Ladies Garment Workers Union. ONE WAY TO DO IT WESTMORELAND, Calif (AP) — Members of the citj council here voted unanimously to suspend all their own salaries and those of part-time firemen for a period of three months in order to balance the books o the city. Mayor E. H. Cain pointed out that the city had past-due bills totaling $3,000. MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - An American airliner hijacked to Cuba two days ago with 15 passengers aboard was released today to fly to Key West. Paul Boatman, head of the Federal Aviation Administration in Miami, said the DCS took off from Havana at 12:34 p.m., EOT, and was due at Key West at 1:18 p.m. Meanwhile, the plane's pilot was under arrest in Havana on old Cuban charges and his wife pleaded in vain to be allowed to ly to Cuba to join him. Favor Ban On Cigarette Advertising NEW YORK (AP) - The Federal Trade Commission will is sue a report this week that fa vors barring all cigarette adver tising from radio and television says Newsweek magazine. The magazine said Sunday the decision was 3 to 2 to recom By JOSEPH H. COYNE Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) An fficial of the New York Stock Exchange conceded today it osts a customer more in com- nissions and fees to buy a high- r price stock although no more work is involved for the broker lealer. Robert M. Bishop, vice presi- lent of the exchange, contend:d, however, that the customer was getting more service for his money. First Wtiness He was the first witness to testify at hearings by the Secur- ties and Exchange Commission in its investigation of the cost of stocks. buying and selling mend an end to an estimate' $250 million a year in the tobac :o industry's radio and T spending. FTC Chairman Paul Rand Dixon said he would have no comment on the Newsweek story. In answer to a question, he said that the FTC had no legal power to bar cigarette advertising. Peking Observes Communist Party Anniversary TOKYO (AP) — Peking quietly observed the 47th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist .party today amid signs that Chairman Mao Tse- tung's cultural revolution purge of his opponents has passed its peak, the Peking correspondent of Kyodo News Service reported. North Vietnam's Communist party paper marked the anniversary with an. editorial expressing hope that the cultural revolution will succeed. The paper, Nhan Dan, also thanked Communist China for supporting the Communist Vietnamese in the Vietnam war. Looking for something to buy, sell 01 iwap? Use Journal-Standard Want Jkds for fait resullil Eugene H. Rotberg, an SEC attorney, asked Bishop why il would cost about two and a hall limes as much in fees to buy 10( shares of $80 stock comparec with 100 shares of a $10 stock. In response, Bishop said tha in setting up its minimum rate schedule the exchange had triec to set a balance. The minimum rate schedule is under investiga tion at the hearing. The SEC, which has held pub lie hearings only once or twic over the last 20 years, also wil check into the practice of f splitting among major brokei age houses. Fee Splitting Dropped Just last week, in an apparen attempt to strengthen their planned defense of minimum commissions, the New York and American exchanges voted to eliminate fee splitting and grant a discount on fees for large transactions. The SEC said the initial phase of its hearings will run through July and will be devoted to gathering facts on minimum rates. In August, the SEC will turn s attention to economic and le- al aspects. Included in the first phase will e an examination into who ays the fees and commissions, ow they are computed and how ley are distributed and shared. The Justice Department has hallenged the entire system of ninimum fees and contends ley should be set by competi- ion. If anything, a maximum ee is needed to protect irives- ors from excessive costs, the Justice Department maintains. Fees Probed In scheduling the hearings, he SEC opened the entire minimum rate schedule for scrutiny and suggested an interim reduction of fees by the. Ni j w York'ex- change to tak» effect Sept. 15. As an option tiie exchange could eliminate minimum fees 150,000 and open Ihn way for cuts through negotiation be- More Trouble Looms For Prime Minister LONDON (AP) — More trouble loomed today for Prime Minister Harold Wilson in the wake of the Cabinet resignation of Ray Gunter, one of the Labor government's closest links with its trade union supporters. The blunt-spoken Gunter, who served nearly four years in the cabinet as labor minister and recently at the power ministry, submitted his resignation Sunday night with a terse note that said: Ross, 634 E. Stephenson St., $81.80. The Western Newell Employes Federal Credit Union was awarded a judgment of $244.37 against Marthan Johnson, 203 N. Henderson Ave. A judgment of $119.89 was awarded to Schofield Sinclair Service against Robert McGee, 636 E. Iroquois St., Drs. G. E. Guenzler and William Friscli were awarded a judgment of $42.80 against Morris and Phyllis Newcomer, no address given. Dr. Francis Tucker was "I have the feeling that the best service I can render to the folk whence I came is that I should obtain the freedom of the back benches and of the platforms in the country." Gunter had been associated with a cabinet faction which has chafed under Wilson's leadership. One of the most notable of that group, former Foreign Minister George Brown, resigned in March, charging that Wilson had assumed too much personal control over government, operations. The Times of London said Gunter's resignation reflected "disillusionment ... in important sections of the labor movement." Britain's trade unions have become increasingly restive in recent months, particularly because of the government's hold- down on wages. The go-slow strike by the nation's railway workers entered its second week today. Pressing i for higher wages, the workers art 1 refusing to work overtime. Rail service came to a complete twen the parties. Other national exchanges were asked to consider cuts but no deadline or specific proposals were made by the SEC. Nor- freeport (III.) Journal-Standard Mon., JulyJ, 1968 PJJ. 25 Red China Rejects Atom Talk Bid UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) — Communist China has refused to accept a message from Secretary-General U Thant inviting Peking to attend conference in Geneva, a U.N. . spokesman disclosed today. As an observer Communist China would have enjoyed the same privileges at the Geneva meeting as the other world nuclear powers—the United States, the Soviet Union, Britain and France. This would include the right to take part in the pro- ccedings, but not the right to vote. As U.N. members the Big Four powers automatically received invitations. In his message to Chinese Foreign Minister Chou En-ali, the secretary general said he would be grateful "if your government could inform me at an early date of its intention with regard to participation in the conference." The U.N. spokesman said : there was no direct reply from Chou, but only the service message from the Peking Telegraph Office telling of the refusal to accept the communication. But the spokesman added that ' Thant considers the action an official rejection of the invitation. Police Trap 22-Year-Old Fugitive MERIDIAN, Miss. (AP) - A young Alabama fugiitve wielding a submachine gun and a pistol was seriously injured and his rr.ally, t : i3 New York exchange sets the pace for the industry. The i'l.lerim schedule proposed by the commission could result in substantial savings to investors, especially on large orders. On a 5.000-share purchase of a $30 stock, for example, the present fee is $1,700. It would be $914 un j .c- I he commission's schedule, a savings of $786. Business Briefs Dr. and Mrs. William Greene attended the 71st Annual Congress of the American Optomet- ric Association in Miami Beach last week. The Greenes were among the nearly 2,000 optometrists and their families who attended the four-day event. CROSSWORD - - - By Eugene Sheffer HORIZONTAL 47. School 1. English streetcar 5. Jackdaw 8. Marsh grass 12. Active place 13. Slender finlal 14. Sea eagle 15. Dyer's vat 16. Lawfulness 18. Butts 20. Weathercocks 21. Guide's highest note 22. Cistern 23. Geranium lake 26. Abilities 30. Son of Noah 31. Transfix 32. Wayside hotel 33. Language of Jesus 36. Facetious .38. Poem 39. Male adult 40. Barter 43. A mercenary term 49. Aleutian island 50. Charitable gift 51. Kimono sash 52. Require • 53. Peasant of India 54. Soak flax 55. Scottish Gaelic VERTICAL 1. Pronoun 2. Capital of Latvia 3. Avow 4. A union 5. Greek letter 6. Imitates 7. Peruke 8. Tell 9. Emerald Isle 10. Grafted (Her.) 11, Tunisian rulers 17. Grand. parental 19. Wapiti 22. Johnson 23. The urial 24. Common value 25. Wine vessel 26. A twitching 27. Insect egg 28. Explosive 29. Curve of ship's planking 31. A dessert . 34. Unpretentious 35. Fruit drinks 36. Had been 37. Mad 39. Worth 40. Early Russian ruler 41. Depend 42. Sand: comb, form 43. Goddess of youth 44. Roman road 45. The sweetsop 46. Bare Average time of solution: 27 minutes. 48. High hill Answer to Saturday's puzzle. woman companion was killed Sunday by police staked out at the home of a prominent Jewish businessman to guard against nightriders. Police Chief C. L. "Roy" Gunn said he believed that 11 recent acts of violence in Meridian have been solved with the arrest of 22-year-old Thomas Albert Tarrants III of Mobile, Ala. He said Tarrants also has been sought in connection with other bombing incidents in Mississippi. Tarrants was charged in a warrant with the attempted murder of Patrolman J. M. Hatcher, 31, wounded four times in the stomach and chest, during a high-speed chase. One of the bullets pierced Hatcher's heart. Found shot to death on the floorboard of Tarrants 1 car was his companion, identified as Kathy Ainsworth, 26, a fifth grade school teacher in Jackson, Miss. A neighbor who went outside to see what was going on was hit in a spray of bullets. He is Navy Machinists Mate 2nd Class Robert E. Burton, formerly of Fulton, Mo. Hatcher and Burton were hospitalized in critical condition. The shooting started at 1 a.m. Sunday at the ranch-style home of Meyer Davidson, 51, who led in raising a $75,000 reward for information in the bombing of Temple Beth Israel in Meridian earlier this year. Moving Into an apartment? S«ll your extra furniture with a Journal- Standard want ad. 41 Ib 51 54 zt> 20 ^^ n TO. 10 II awarded a judgment of $101.40 against Lester Short, 632 E. Orinj standstill Sunday when more St. than 250,000 union members Lena State Bank was awarded a judgment of $84.90 against Ralph Schumaker, Pearl City Hume 1. staged a one-day strike. Trains resumed slowly at dawn today but not before hordes of weekend vacationers were stranded. 7-1 SGCIGS TKS YKTYF NIAEE IAYFN TC . Saturday 1 * I'ryptoqulp: CRACKED PEACE PIPE EMITTED INNOCENT SMOKE SCREEN. (O 1968, King feature* Syndicate, Inn ) Want-Ads To Place Your Ad Dial 232-1176 Direct Line To Classified WANT-ADS COST LITTLE Number of Times_ 16" 1 6 I 3 Lines, 14 Words 1.01 4 Lines, 19 Words 5 Lines, 24 Words 1.08 2.25 | 4.14 y.oo | 5.52 I 1.35 I 3.75 I 6.90 G Lines, 29 Words 1.G2 4.50 I 8.28 G.GO 8.80 11.00 13.20 Above rates subject to a 2c per line discount if paid within 10 days. For bust results describe fully what is for sale. Run your ad long enough to be sure all readers see it. Adjustment made for first wrong insertion onlv. Legal Notices 91 "PUBLIC NOTIClf is Riven that tht: undersigned filed a Certificate under the Assumed Name Statute with the County Clerk of Stephenson County, Illinois, on the 20lh day of June, I%S, stuliiiR that Sport Motors, with business offices at North Galena Avenue arid Wi'.si Kxc'ImiiKe Street, Prucpnrt, Illinois, is a proprietorship solely owned by the uiHlci'.slgn'.'il. Lawrence U. Jenkins 017 South Muplo Avenuo l-'rceport, Illinois Ijert P. Snow Attorney "t Law It) l.u.st Slephi'iiNun Illinois (i-J'l-7-1 8

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