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Southern Illinoisan from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 29

Carbondale, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 17, 1978
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Carbondale-Herrin-Murphysboro-Marion SOUTHERN ILLINOISAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1978 Page Twenty Nine Desiihs Alva Bowlin Alva Bowlin, 86, of 202 Beaumont St., Zeigler, died at 8: 15 p.m. Tuesday, May 16, 1978, in Herrin Hospital. Mr. Bowlin was a retired coal miner and a member of United Mine Workers of America Local 1124. He was born Aug. 20, 1891, in Christopher to Alonzo and Tillie Sweet Bowlin. He first was married to Sybil Johnson in 1912. She died in 1935. He then was married to Delia Goessman in 1940. Two sons and two daughters preceded him in death. Survivors are his wife; three sons, Alva "Bud" Bowlin of Benton, Wendell Bowlin of Route 1, Sesser, and Zolace Bowlin of Immokalee, Fla. ; four daughters, Wilda Black of Sesser, Anna Lou Bates of Salem, Keota Breeding of Wayne, Mich., and Agatha Sandefur of Fort Wayne, Ind.; a brother, Clark of Route 1, Mulkeytown; a sister, Zella Burkett of Christopher; 30 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Vantrease Funeral Home in Zeigler. Burial will be in Harrison Cemetery in Christopher. Friends may call after 5 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Fred Wilkins Fred Wilkins, 81, of 109 S. Division St, Du Quoin, died at the Marshall Browning Hospital, Du Quoin, Tuesday, May 16, 1978. Mr. Wilkins was a retired coal miner. He was born Oct. 27, 1896, in Williamson County to John and May Allen Wilkins. He was married Oct. 3, 1923, in Huntington Ind., to Dollie Butler. Survivors include his wife and one sister, Gladys Krug of Springfield. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the Pyatt Funeral Home in Pinckneyville. Burial will be in the Rose Hill Cemetery in Marion. Friends may call after 5 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Louis G. Parker Louis G. Parker Sr, 58, of 408 Harrison St. Chester, died Tuesday, May 16, at the John Cochran Veterans Hospital in St. Louis. Mr. Parker was a retired miller. He was a World War II Veteran and a member of the American Legion in Chester. He was also a member of the St. Mary's Catholic Church. He was born April 15, 1920, in Missouri, to William and Lena Parker. He was married in 1947, in Illinois, to Theresa Sheahan. Survivors include his wife; six sons, Louis Jr. of Sparta and Richard, John, Dennis, Robert, and Francis, all of Chester; three daughters, Mary Reed, Janice Parker, and Rose Parker, all of Chester; four brothers, Ted of Rock-wood and Joe, La vein, and Hobert, all of St. Louis; two sisters, Ann Duvall of Chester and Mabel Moore of St. Louis; and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Chester. Burial will be in the church cmetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at the Schroeder Funeral Chapel in Chester. The rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mary Rybacki Mary Rybacki, 86, of Route 3, Nashville ."died Tuesday, May 16, 1978, at the Washington County Hospital in N'ashville, after a brief illness. Mrs. Rybacki was a member of St. Ann's Catholic Church in Nashville. She was born Oct. 13, 1891, in Radom, to Mr. and Mrs Joe Schultz. She was married Feb. 9, 1909, in Radom, to Steve Rybacki, who preceded her in death Aug. 2, 1955. Survivors include three sons, Ray, Stanley and Walter Rybacki, all of Nashville; two daughters, Viola Harre of Nashville and Helen Rybacki of St. Louis; and nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Three brothers and two sisters also preceded her in death. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Ann's Catholic Church n Nashville. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today at Pyatt Funeral Home in Nashville. The rosary' will be recited at 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Zula A. Hudson Funeral services for Zula A. Hudson, 83, of 604 N. Wall St., Carbondale, will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Bethel A.M. PI Church in Carbondale. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery in Carbondale. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at Algee's Funeral Home in Carbondale. Mrs. Hudson died Sunday, May 14, 1978, j?t Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. She attended Attucks School in Carbondale and was a member of Rose of Sharon at Bethel A.M.E. Church. Mrs. Hudson was born March 3, 1895, in Carbondale, to Anthony and Susan Jones Atkins. She married Kllis Lee Hudson in 1942 in Carbondale. Survivors include her husband of Carbondale; a sister, Ora Smoot of Carbon-, dale; a niece, Gloria P. Hill of Jackson, Mich.; and several other relatives. Her parents, two sisters and two brothers preceded her in death. Robert N. Sneddon Funeral services for Robert N. Sneddon, 55, of 1701 Herbert St., Mt. Vernon, will be at 1 p.m. Thursday in the Gilbert Funeral Home in Christopher. Burial will be in the Caledonia Cemetery' in Sparta. Friends may call after 5 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mr. Sneddon died at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 16, 1978, in Veterans Administration Hospital in Marion. He was born Aug. 1, 1922, in Valier to James and Anna Rogers Sneddon. He was a veteran of World War II. He is survived by his brother, Josiah Sneddon of Christopher. William M. Crabtree Funeral services for William McKinley Crabtree, 75, retired minister of the First Christian Church in Johnston City, will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the church. Burial will be in the Lakeview Cemetery in Johnston City. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Thursday at the Murman and Wilson Funeral Home in Johnston City, and after noon Friday at the church. Mr. Crabtree died at 1:45 a.m. Tuesday, May 16, 1978, in Marion Memorial Hospital. 1 a ;. . . s Richard F. Peterson Donald v. V,. et teachsno awards Three Southern Illinois University-Carbondale faculty members have been awarded SI, 000 Amoco Foundation Outstanding Teaching Awards. The annual awards for classroom teaching went to Donald Elkins, professor of plant and soil science; Richard Peterson, associate professor of English, and Marvin Kleinau, assistant professor of speech communication. The three were chosen from a field of candidates nominated by deans and department chairmen at SIU-C. A committee appointed by Frank E. Horton, vice president for academic affairs and research, made the final selections. Elkins is a previous winner of an Amoco Award, having received one in 1975. He has been at SIU-C since 1967 and has been a full professor since 1974. Elkins received a bachelor's degree 2 Jonesboro men charged Thomas Keller, 19, and Roy Ferguson, 20, both of Jonesboro, were charged Monday in the Union County Circuit Court in Jonesboro with taking indecent liberties with a child and contributing to the sexual delinquency of a minor. Carbondale man sentenced Jeffrey Bayles, 25, of Route 2, Lar-bondale, Tuesday was sentenced in Williamson County Circuit Court in Marion to 3 to 10 years imprisonment. The sentence by Judge Snyder Howell was on a petition to revoke Bayles' probation. Bayles was charged on Oct. 2, 1976, with unlawful delivery of marijuana to an .undercover agent. The charge involved delivery by Bayles of 97 pounds and another 150 pounds found in a basement by agents. He pleaded guilty on Feb. 4, 1977, and Venezuelan youth dies; second victim of accident Carlos A. Nunez, a Venezulean exchange student at Benton High School, died Saturday in St. Louis, the second victim of a one-car accident on Illinois 37 May 10. A passenger in the car, Dean C. Man-drell, 17, of Benton, died the day of the accident. Mr. Nunez, identified by Illinois State Police as the driver of the car, died several days after surgery at Firmin Des-loge Hospital in St. Louis, for injuries he received in the accident. The body has been returned to Venezuela. A second passenger in the car, Randall Linson, 19, of Benton, was released Saturday from Franklin Hospital in Benton. The car ran off the road about two miles north of Benton at 1 p.m. May 10, Cambria plans clean-up next week Cambria will hold a clean-up week next Monday through Friday, Mayor John Rowatt said. Residents can set any items other than regular household trash out on the curb to be picked up by city employees. the village has also scheduled a rabies clinic from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on June 10. A veterinarian will be at the city park to administer the shots. In other business Monday, the village board approved the appointment of its newest member, James Alstat. Alstat replaces Everett Rodgers Jr., who moved to Caiterville. Crews still search for 2 in Rend Lake The search continued today for two St. Genevieve, Mo., men, who have been missing since they went fishing Saturday at Rend Lake. A truck and boat trailer belonging to Bruce S. Rose, 31, and Kenneth Tucker, 25, was found Sunday on the west side of the Rend Lake Dam, authorities said. A land, air and water search, which has been conducted during daylight hours since Sunday morning, has failed to locate the men. HcnxsT ir v.- - Elkins Marvin Kleinau from Tennessee Polytechnic Institute and master's and Ph. D degrees from Auburn University. Peterson joined the SIU-C faculty in 1969 and became an associate professor in 1975. He received an honorable mention for a Standard Oil of Ohio teaching award in 1971. He received his bachelor's degree from Edinburg University in Pennsylvania and his master's and Ph. I) degree fron Kent State University. Kleinau has been an SIU-C faculty member since 1963 and an assistant professor since 1973. He was elected president of the SIU-C Faculty Senate this month. Kleinau received bachelor's and master's degrees from Illinois State University and his doctorate from SIU-C. Both men are accused of committing the offense on May 10. They are being held in the Union County Jail on $10,000 bond each. A preliminary hearing in the case has been set for 10 a.m. June 2. on July 27, 1977, he was placed on three years probation and was fined $5,000 by Judge Dorothy Spomer. On Oct. 15, 1977, a car driven by Bayles left the highway in Johnson County and overturned. His companion, Kimberly Thomas, 21, of Chicago, who lived at 109 S. Forest St., Carbondale. and was a student at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, was killed. Police at the wreck scene found a suitcase containing more than 500 grams of marijuana and a shaving kit containing $1,255 in cash. throwing its three occupants out as it overturned. Mr. Nunez was the son of a prominent Venezulean family, according to F. Ganteaume-Pantin, consul general of the Venezulean consulate in Chicago. His father holds a post In the Venezulean government. He was one of a large number of Venezulean students in Southern Illinois on exchange programs and attending Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, the consul general said. Mr. Nunez had been in Southern Illinois for several months, he said. Mr. Mandrell, a junior at Benton Community High School, was the son of Juel Mandrell Jr. and Kathleen Cook Mandrell. Murphysboro Kiwanis plan 'Showtime Follies' Thursday Thursday Public Meetings SOUTHERN Illinois Enforcement Group Governing Board, 7:30 p.m. What's Coming Computing group sets open house The Southern Illinois Computing Association is holding a compute-in and open house from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. Sunday at Downstate Communications, Inc., 601 VV. Industrial Park Road, Carbondale. Area residents will have an opportunity to see and operate a number of micro-computers. Among the variety of member-owned personal computers expected to be on display will be the Apple II, The Radio Shack TRS 80, the IMSAI, Altair, Cromemco, Heathkit and others. A computer race is also planned, and other competitive events are likely. Formed less than a year ago, SICA provides personal-computer owners or enthusiasts the opportunity to meet and share information and ideas. Members meet most Sundays from 2 p.m. -4 p.m. at Downstate Communications, Inc. Interested persons are invited to attend the open house. CCHS planning concert Sunday Carbondale Community High School will hold its Spring Concert at 3 p.m. Sunday at the high school. Peforming will be the concert band, jazz band, concert singers and the swing choir. The concert will also feature slides from the group's April 17-19 tour of central Illinois. Showers Stationary Occluded mm Mild Rain is forecast today from the northern and western Plains to northern Texas. Showers are forecast from Texas along the Gulf states to Northern Florida. Rain is also expected in the northeast. The weather is expected to be cool over much of the nation. A band of mild weather is expected from south Confidnc8 two out of Carbondale police are warning residents about a confidence game that so far has bilked two elderly victims out of more than $4,000. Lt. Jerry Reno said one victim lost $1,100 April 20. The second person lost $3,000 Tuesday. Reno said two black men, one in his mid-20s and the other middle aged, approach the victim and flash a large amount of money. The men talk about getting the money from the settlement of a relative's estate. After gaining the victim's confidence, they offer to let the victim win some of the money through a card game. The victim is invited to place a large amount of money with an equal amount of the con men's money in a handkerchief, which the men offer to lock into a glove compartment of a car, leaving the Police still lack Representatives of Carbondale police officers and the city met for three hours Tuesday with a federal mediator, but no contract agreement was reached. Bob Goro, president of the Carbondale Police Officers Association, representing patrolmen in the department, said some progress was made in the meeting. Another meeting is scheduled with the mediator Tuesday, and the sides also x. v u u m J' dT V Thursday at the Murphysboro City Hall. CARBONDALE Elementary School District No. 95 Board of Education, 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Brush Administrative Center, 400 W. Monroe St., Carbondale. PINCKNEYVILLE High School District 101 Board of Education 8 p.m. Thursday at the school. ABUNDANT Life Fellowship meeting, 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Carbondale Community Center, E. College. Guest speaker will be Bea Scronce. There will be special music. Free and open to the public. CARBONDALE New School Spring corporation meeting, 7 p.m. Thursday at the school, Pleasant Hill Road and Wall Street, Carbondale. JACKSON County Stroke Club, 11 a.m. Thursday at the Senior Citizens Center, 606 E. College, Carbondale. KINK AID Lake Reed's Creek Conservancy District, Board of Trustees, 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Kinkaid Lake water treatment plant. DU QUOIN Community Unit School re-convened meeting, 8 p.m. Thursday at the school. TRICO Board of Education, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Junior High School library. Special Events THE UNITED States Penitentiary Ladies Auxiliary will hold an installation banquet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Ban Dor Inn in Marion. SHOWTIME FOLLIES, sponsored by Murphysboro Kiwanis Club, 8:15 p.m. Thursday at Murphysboro Junior High School gymnasium, featuring circus, variety, animal and illusion acts. Admission $2 per person. Proceeds will be used for club activities, including the Junior-Senior Prom for the high school. ANNA State Hospital Volunteer program, 7:30 p.m. every Thursday. Volunteers will meet at the Newman Center, 715 S. Washington St., Carbondale and drive to Anna to do volunteer work with the mentally handicapped. Programs include dances, games, volleyball, table games, and one-to-one counseling. Anyone interested should be at the Newman for area. Data fron NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NOAA U S Dear of Commerce A ern California to the Gulf. In Southern Illinois the high Tuesday was 67 degrees. The low between 7 a.m. Tuesday and 7 a.m. today was 46 degrees with no precipitation. The 9 a.m. temperature today was 62 degrees. Sunset today, 8:01 p.m.; sunrise Thursday, 5:34 a.m.; sunset Thursday, 8:01 p.m. mn bilk victim with the key. Reno said in the first case, the victim agreed and gave the men the money. The men palmed the money and never placed it in the glove compartment, but the victim thought it was there. When the men said they would be back, the victim waited several hours before finding the money was not there, Reno said. In the Tuesday incident, the victim refused to put the money in the handkerchief, and one man grabbed it from the victim's hand and ran. The second man, offering to catch the first, alsc fled. Reno said. Reno said the con men may not be from the area and possibly may be working several states. He said anyone having any information on the case or anyone who may have been a victim should call the police department. contract will meet May 26 if no agreement has been reached. The contract covering patrolmen in Carbondale expired May l. A federal mediator was called in alter an impasse was declared April 26. Goro has said the main issue in the talks is salary. Base salary for patrolmen now is $12,800 a year. The previous two-year contract provided about a 6 percent increase each year. Calendar Center at the designated time. For more information call the Newman Center at 457-2463. CARBONDALE Duplicate Bridge Club, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Carbondale Park District office, 206 W. Elm. All bridge players are invited. Today Movies ROXY, Coulterville, "Mary! Mary!" VARSITY 1, Carbondale, "Saturday Night Fever M VARSITY 2, Carbondale, "Blue Collar" SALUKI 1, Carbondale, 'The Hazing" SALUKI 2, Carbondale, "An Unmarried Woman" NEW LIBERTY, Murphysboro, 4 ' I leroes" EGYPTIAN Drive-In, Herrin, "The Betsy" and "Papillon" MARION Drive-In, "Alice in Wonderland" and "Flesh Gordon" FOX, Carbondale, "Rabbit Test" STARLITE, Eldorado, "The Fury" and "Suspiria" CINEMA 1, Harrisburg, "Saturday Night Fever" CINEMA 2, Harrisburg, "House Calls" UNIVERSITY 4, Carbondale, "The Medusa Touch," "Here Come the Tigers," "The Mouse and His Child," "The Goodbye Girl" CINEMA 4, Marion, "House Calls," "Here Come the Tigers," "Gray Lady Down," "Hazing" How to submit a calendar item The Southern Illinoisan will print, without charge, items on meetings and entertainments that are open to the public. Information should be sent to Calendar, The Southern Illinoisan, 710 North Illinois, Carbondale, 111. 62901, one week in advance of the event The information should include the date, time and place; a brief description of the event; and the admission charge, if anv. Futures Provided by Rowland & Co. Prev. 11 a.m. Net Close Today Change LIVE CATTLE June 58.65 59(15 -t-.40 Aug 57.75 57.92 --.17 Oct 56 60 56.50 .10 LIVE HOGS June 56(6 55 65 .40 July 57.10 56 75 .35 Aug 54 65 54 25 .-U) CORN May 2M'4 2 62!- .Oiv, July 2.56' 4 2 56;4 .(0!-. pt 2.54'- 2.55 li -.01' 4 SOYBEANSMay 7 274 7.25 -c"4 Ju!v 7.17 7.151- 01:- Aug 7.(G3 7.02 -Koo1- WHEAT May 3.21 3.22 .01 July 3.21 3.23'4 -.02' 4 Sept 3.244 3.262 -K01 Correction A typographical error in a story in Tuesday's newspaper caused Carbondale City Council Member Hans Fischer to be misquoted as saying. "We're in the age of public improvement." Fischer actually said, "We're in the age of public involvement." The name of Lisa Kirkpatrick of Christopher was spelled incorrectly in an engagement announcement that appeared in Wednesday's newspaper. Births MARION: THOMPSON. Mr. and Mrs. Dan ny, a cJaugnter Tuesday at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. GOREVILLE: DAVIS, Mr. and Mrs. Nel son. a daughter Tuesday at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. CARTERVILLE: CRAIN, Mr. and Mrs. Mi chael. a son Tuesday at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. VERGENNES: JONES, Mr. and Mrs. Ste ven, a daughter Monday at St. Joseph Memo rial Hospital. Murphysboro. DU QUOIN: GREGORY, Mr. and Mrs. Chf ford, a son Tuesday at Marshall Browning Hospital. Du Quoin. CHESTER: EGGEMEYER, Mr. and Mrs. Gary, a daughter May 9 at Memorial Hospi tal, Chester. Hospital Notes UNION, West Frankfort Names of persons admitted not available. DISCHARGED: Deasley, Clyde, Benton Meadows, Robert, Orient Passeger, Mary, Royalton Quillman, Ina Terveer, Gail Parkhill, Tina and baby, Thompsonville Smith, Marion and baby WASHINGTON COUNTY, Nashville ADMITTED: Names of those admitted not available. DISCHARGED: Cohlmeyer, Laura, Richview Heckert, Donna and baby, Venedy Kania, Gary, Dubois

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