Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 25, 1956 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, October 25, 1956
Page 14
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ALTO;,- THURSDAY, OCTOBER ' fcVttJ& OWN SCHoqi, A technical school at Soroti. in JUfalmJa, has bc*n built by the Mudeflls themselves. Since the School started in 3952. in an old arttiy hospital, the buildings have 1 gradually born demolished and replaced by .workshops, rooms, a hostel anxUstaff houses. Carpentry and building are taught. The students have made their own furniture. Rend Telegraph Want Arts Daily Obituary Mrs. J. Allshousc tide Mrs, Jennie Allshousp. 72. of j 524 Third Si.. \Vond River, died, at 7 a. ni. today in Main Street ! Ntirsinc Honir. Alton, whorp she had born a patient since May may call after 7:30 p. m. today and until noon Saturday, when it will be taken to the church. James J. Kelly JKKSKYVII.I.K ol 1955. She was thr widow of ; j, )SP| ,h Kelly. J .1 m P s 34, a World War Wpdnpsday in STANW 'Knipry Allshoiisp, who dirrl in u v ,,toran, 1938. i ,Iohn Corhrnn Veterans Tlnspilal. Mrs. Atlshousp was horn Ai>ril|si. I.ouis, Mo. His residence \vas fl. ]SS<1. at Milan Kans., a dauch- ; al K17 Cleveland St. EXTURE FINISH WALIS AINTS « IT REPAIR REPLASTtRS Ready-to-use Easy-to-apply It's washable Beautiful Decorator Color trr ol thP late Mi', and Mrs. j Milani L'ntiland. She was married in. JPO! to Kim-iy Allshouse and tbpy moved to Wood Rivrr 32 years aco. Slip had lipen in failiim health for the past seven years. i SurvivitiK Mrs. Allshousc are two sons. Russell, Kast Alton and .lames of Wood .liver; a daughter. Mrs. Fern Nance. Wood Rivrr: three brothers. Leslie and ! Will KnRland of Bloominclon 'and Shelby of Red Oak. Iowa; two sisters. Mr.*. Annis Martin, Clinton and Mrs. Mabel Soapes. nioomiriKlon, and three grandchildren. Mrs. Allshouse was a mcin- ber or First Church of Christ (Christian) Wood River, and fu- nral rites Saturday at 'i p.m. will be conducted in the church by the Rev. K. Porter F,stes. Interment will be in Woodland Hill Cemetery. 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Wow, tinue ofl, Revlon's new deep, deep cleansing liquid! ^ Alw»>» a Fine Selection of F»mou* We (ihe At STAMI'S . . . EXTKA SAVINGS! Mr. Kelly, who WHS employed by Gibraltar Kt]Uipmenl ft Man- ufacliinntf Co., Chessen lane. Altor had beer in ill health for more than five weeks. HP had • been a patient in St. .loseph's Hospital. Alton, for throe and a; half weeks prior to entering Vet-i eran's Hospital, tno weeks ago.' A son of Mi. and Mrs. Daniel' ,1. Kelly of Alton, he was born I April I.'!. 11122 at IlamburR. Cal- hfinn Coiinly. His widow and lour children. Cierald. j)oiuilri. Lauretta, a n d Laura, all at home: his parents, and a brother, Daniel Jr., of Alton, survive him. Funeral services will be held Si.lurday a* 9:30 (CST) a. m. in St. F r a n c i s-Xavier Church with the Rev. Father John J. Clancy as celebrant of the requiem high mass. Interment will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Military rites will be conducted hy members of Worthy Post '192, American Legion. The body is at. Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 p. m. today. Abigail Dodson SHIPMAN — Abagail K. Dodson, daughter of the late Joseph and Mary M. Dodson, died Tuesday at 4 p. m. at the Wealherford Nursing home in j Carlinville. She was horn April ' '1. 1S72. in Shipman. She attended the Shipman public schools and was a charier member of the OES. She united with the Christian church in Girard in 18%. She Is survived by fwo sisters. Miss Bertha Dodson and Mrs. W. S. Matlack of Shipman and i nieces and nephews. The body is at Jacoby-W i s e 1 Funeral Home in Bunker Hill 'where funeral services will be \ h e I d F r i d a y at 2 p. in. <CST). Interment will be in Ship- num. Mrs. B, Keene The body of Mrs. Bessie Keene, 67. is at the R.M.C. Greene Funeral Home. Laclede street, St. Louis, following her dtath Tuesday al--7:45 p. m. in Homer G. Phillips Hospital. A member of an early and well-known Negro family in Alton. MI'S. Keene was employed as n cook at Savoy, Illini and Mineral Springs Hotels and in some of the homes here, before moving away 15 years ago. She is survived by her husband, Harry Keene; two sisters. Mrs. Susie Smith. Alton, and Mrs. Daisy Watson, St. Louis, and a brother, Edward McDou- gulri, Troutsdale, Ore. Funeral rites will be conducted Sunday evening. George B. Helwig Word was received late Wednesday afternoon of the death of George B. Helwig, 96, father of Frank J. Helwig, 1012 Brown St. Mr. Hehvlg had been a patient in Levering Hospital, Hannibal, Mo., for four weeks prior to ! his death. ! Surviving are his sons. Edward of Hannibal, Frank of Al- Iton; a sister, Mrs. Maude Yeag- , er of Berwick. Pa., and one granddaughter. | Funeral services will be held Friday at Smith Funeral Home. Hannibal, with burial at Riverview Cemetery. Mrs. Abbie Darr ! JERSKYVILLE '- Mrs. Abbie i Darr. of near Dow, died Wednesday at 8 p. m. in Jersey Comrnuniiy Hospital. She was a member of an old Dow area family. Mrs. Darr. who was the widow of Matthew Darr, was born Dec. 31. 1S71. in Jersey County, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Cedro Mandorcia. Surviving are five sons, Floyd, Ross, and Orville, all of Alton; Glenn of Klsah, and Many of Oakland, Calif.: a daughter. Mrs. M. P. Doran of Godfrey; a brother, William Mandorcia. Lisah; a sister, Mrs. Eva Dodson, Wood River; 16 grandchildren, and 15 great-grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday at 2 p. m. (CST) in Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home by the Rev. M. Edwards Breed ! pastor of First Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Oak- Grove Cemetery. Friend.-* may 1 visit the funeral home after 7 p. m. today. [Mrs. L Bartlett JERSEYVILLE -- Mrs. Lulu T. Bartletl, 75, wife of Walter P. Bartletl, died Wednesday at the | home of her daughter. Mrs. Arthur Adams, in Batavia, where she had been cared for during the past year. A daughter of the late Mr. Sheriff Finds No Gambling James Todaro Free Under * BoiidAftcrMudgeComplaint KDYVARDSVILLK — James Todaro was at. liberty on $500 bond todny while awaiting grand jury cK'lion on a charge of "keeping a common gaining house" filed Wednesday noon by Dick H. Mudge. Jr., Democratic candidate for state's attorney. Todaro, liquor licensee of Domino's Tavern just east of Alton, appeared about 2 p.m. before Ed- and Mrs. Isaac Newton Conrad, she was born Feb. G. 1881. In addition to her husband and daughter, Mrs. Adams, she is survived by a sister. M r s. Clarence Miclie.l of Brownstown, Ind.. an I two brothers, Charles Conrad of U'abash, Ind., and Deo of Monte Vista, Colo. Funeral rites will he conducted Friday at '2 p. m. (CST I in First Baptist Church by the Rev. Carl C. iMonwn. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. Friends may visit the funeral home after 7 p. m. today. wardsvlllp Justice of the Peace M. U. Sehauerto, waived preliminary hearing on the gaming charge and was bound over for grand .jury action. He was accompanied by his brother. Dominic Todaro of Alton, who furnished a properly bond in the amount of $500 set by Schauerle. Property at 1200 Milton Rd. was put up by Dominic Todaro as surety on the bond. James Todaro was the third Alton area tavern operator against whom Mudge filed gambling charges within a two-day period. Others charged with keeping a common gaming house in separate complaints filed by Mudge early Tuesday morning before a Madison police magistrate were Roy Mitchell, as licensee of Forkey- villn Night Club of Rl. 1-10 east of Alton, and John Vambaketes'. operator of Sandbar Tavern just across the four-lane highway from Dominos. Mudge said he took action after a private investigator employed by him found evidence of blackjack and poker games at the three establishments in a checkup Friday nnd Saturday nights. Meanwhile. Sheriff Kenneth T. Ogle, who has so far declined to announce support of Mudge for slate's attorney, issued the following statement to a Telegraph reporter this morning: "Friday, Saturday 'and Sunday nights I was out of town. On Monday afternoon, after reading an article in (lie Post-Dispatch reporting gambling to be wide open in Madison County. I had my men make an investigation that night." "The four night deputies, in two st/iiad cars, visited the taverns in the Alton area where gambling had been reported "wide open." They found no gambling and made a written report to me to that effect. "We have never failed to tak« action and investigate when anything is brought'to us—any complaints. There have been no complaints to my office about gambling whatsoever." Michigan's name means "great water" and is derived from an Indian word variously spelled Mishigamaw, Michigan™ and Mlchiguma. WE GIVE AMD REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS • WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAM CHOICE OF THE HOUSE SAVE HERE! TWO DAYS ONLY! 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