T. A. Girard obit (Sept 9, 1961)

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T. A. Girard obit (Sept 9, 1961) - Obituaries M. L, Duggan Michael L. Duggan. 86,...
Obituaries M. L, Duggan Michael L. Duggan. 86, died at 4 a.m. today in Mather Nursing Home where he had lived for the past four years. Previous to that. he had resided with a son, Paul DiiRgan at Francis Drive, Godfrey. Godfrey. He was well-known as a left- handed baseball pitcher for Busters, a Jerseyville j baseball when team, about 1905-10 a brother nings, Alton: and Frank of Alton. There are 14 grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are Incomplete, Incomplete, pending the arrival of children. Burial will be Ip St. Patrick's Cemetery. Wilbur Johnson Rites Conducted i Funeral services for Wilbur Johnson were conducted at 91 a y en area ! teams. communities had i a.m. todav in St. Patrick's Before moving to the home of his son. he lived at 632 Langdon St. He was a 37-year employe of Owens-Illinois Glass Co. and had worked in various capacities there, mainly in the machine repair repair shop. Born in Waverly Jan. 14,1875, lie was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Margaret O'Connor. Burial was in Roselawn Memory Memory Gardens with Rev. Father Henry Schmidt officiating at committal rites. Pallbearers were Charles Gilmore, Gilmore, George McCann. Albert R. Smith. Walter Richey, Leo Alexander and Leo Krielrich. Duggan and had moved to a| Mrs. Virginia Bl'OWll farm near Jerseyville when at child. He lived and worked on Rites Conducted the farm prior to going to work for Owens-Illinois in November of 1914. He received his schooling in Jersey County, and was married 58 years. His wife preceded him in death four years ago. A member of St. Patrick's Parish in Alton, he was preceded preceded in death by two children and three (--isters. Survivors include a son. Paul. Godfrey; a sister. Miss Margaret Duggan. Alton: three brothers. Patrick of St. Louis: Thomas and John, both of Alton. Funeral services will be Monday Monday at 9 a.m. in St. Ambrose Church. The Rosary will be recited recited Sunday evening at 8 p.m. in Staten Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will be in St. Patrick's Patrick's Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at Staten Chapel. Cleo 0. Foster Funeral rites for Mrs. Virginia Brown were conducted at 2 p.m. i j WOOD RIVER — Cleo Oliver Foster. 52. a resident of North iBellwood Road. East Alton, for Springfield. —„, , t - i Cl Friday , n Staten Chapel, with the Rev. W. Freeman Privett officiating. Burial was In Valhalla Valhalla Membrial Park. Serving as pallbearers were: Arthur Gibbs, William Patton. Charles Barrel, Adolph Klopfer. Ralph Jeske Jr.. and Ralph Jeske Jeske Sr. New Plan in Channel Two Case Announced WASHINGTON (AP) — A new plan in the four-year-old controversy controversy over the transfer of television television channel 2 from Springfield to St. Louis has been announced by the Federal Communications Commission. The commission Friday said it proposes to transfer channel 2 from Sprinqfield to St. Louis and Channel 36 from St. Louis to a j one and one-half years, died at •6:55 p.m. Friday in Wood River Township Hospital after being in rail ing health for the past three A patient in the hospital since KTVT. channel 2. will continue I to broadcast in St. Louis operated by the Signal Hill Telecasting Corp. pending the outcome of new hearings. The The FCC said it will allow in- years. He was formerly em-; before Qct 16 .ployed as a truck driver for the rhe FCC announcenien t is the Humm Trucking Co. jSept. 4. he had lived here inj te ,. ested parn - es to file comments SEast Alton for the past three | Qn (he proposed f . ha nnel witches The son of 'the late Mr. and first action taken since the Court of Appeals in Wash- i April 9. 1909. in Critenden Coun-,^ , o the commission ty . K y.. and was affiliated with j>lfresh start » the con Mrs. Mose Foster, he wasJx)rn ;jn2ton dedded July 97 to send! .,._._ j „-.. ^ ^ a i controversy 'the Church of the^ Nazarene. j over " " th ~" channel " 2 transfer | Survivors include Miss J«yc* (st Ann Foster, a daughter, in Rosi-i dare. HI.; two brothers, Carlj Warren Foster, East Alton: Arrest Foster, Burna. Ky, sisters. Miss Gladys Foster Louisville. Ky.; Mrs. Oma Travelstead. Travelstead. Rt. 1. East Alton. The body was moved from Smith Funeral Home in Wood River to the Hosick Funeral Home in Rosiclare. tor services Monday. Interment will be in tfrbod Hope Cemetery, Hampton. ;Ky. Valley Television has been opposing the . The action has been in- the courts and corn- mission healings since the order __ _. A was issued March 1, 1957. A commission spokesman said the proposal outlined in Friday's announcement will lead to the eompletely new hearing which j J. j\ 9 | Following hospitaiixHtion day even j ng a t 11:15 after ap- j paren t] y suffning a stroke. T. j I Albert 'Girard. 69. died in St.j for(Anthony's Hospital at 4:55 a.m. the court ordered i ~mission also said it pro-i' subsititute channel 461 pQges for channel 29 in ' Jacksonville.! channel 68 for channel 36 in the' today. In good health, he had been downtown Thursday and had listened to the ballgame on the radio Friday night at the home I of his slter, Miss Catherine Girard, at 841 IDouglas. H j s S ; isTer discovered him in i the broezewav of ihe home alter T Gamblers in Bribe Case \ j I prosecute two gamblers accused of trying to bribe a University of • *»V, •-*! ', »-^.l- *r U.T *-*! •»**- i »X^» I i\, Ul L\. » ~ _ . . , , , ihe had apparen tiv suffered a I Oregon football player | Ftltjkei and he was rusned to i MLt .. Carl Robinson head of theater, [the hospital |Michigan state police rackets Born March 15. 1892, in Pitt- squad, told a reporter he would ti.-e late Mr. and Mrs. Frank i now that the Senate Inves- He lived at 613 E. 8th St. for I 40 Wiu * ;md later lived af W IE. 8th for several years. He j"' e ". 1 , l ° f',' Peler and Catholic School and Alton I School. He was manned to Catherine *.i.c *c*iir 4111 i mil! i\ijn, r f <t Iji\ ' i • *• i_ **_* i j Girard and came to Alton with 1 ^ I™, 8U *» mm '«f "«« '«"H his parents when he was Inc. ? u »™ ° f the gamblera ' Flank HP liveri »i «13 F. sth si i,,r IKoMntlial 'with WASHINGTON lift — Senate in-; vestigators offered today to helpl IRosenthal. At subcommittee hearings Fri- i j Ca ji,n. Calif., said the bribe was (Gorman October of 1922. She i off( , rw j in a hotel on the eve of I preceded him in death in March line game at Ann Arhor, Mich, joi 19o8. He was a longtime 1 Bruce said IIP exposed the offer! member oi St. Mary's Church, i to the Oregon coaching staff andi Before retiring in 1957, he |police were called in. i J. Girard. Arlington, Va.; Albert Albert Girard, New York City; William J. Girard, Banford, Conn.; and two daughters, Mrs. Rosemary Matthew. Park Forest; Forest; and Mrs, Catherine Jen- Amendment protection against solf-incrimination and refused to testify about the incident. The other gambler, David Bu din, 28, a former New York school teacher, was arrested at the hotel. He was tried and fined $100 on a

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 09 Sep 1961, Sat,
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