Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 30, 1970 · Page 14
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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, December 30, 1970
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fW«|af Ejentng telegraph Wednesday, Dec. 30, 1970 TV sports during week unpopular Obituaries By CLARKE WILLIAMSON file majority consensus of TOP VIEW readers appears to be against the showing of Sports during evenings on weekday TV, because a plurality of abdut one - third of those voting goes for the Idea of a special sports network which would show only sporting events; then the other networks could present just regular TV entertainment all the time. Also, approximately another third of the voters would limit sports programs to bnly weekend daytime showing. The voting results are: 32.9 per cent: A sports network should be set up to show nothing but sporting events. Then other networks could have other entertainment. 28.6 per cent! Keep sports on Saturday ahd Sunday in daytime as at present. Don't have in evening weekdays. 24.3 per cent: Keep on weekends, but, in addition have 2 or 3 evening sports telecasts a week. 7.1 per cent; At least one TV network should carry a sports event each evening. 7.1 per cent: Other miscellaneous differing opinions. READERS SPEAK SPORTS NETWORK: The idea of a sports only network is great but I doubt if it would work; there aren't enough events to fill a 16 hour day or even an 8 hour day. The only TV 1 ever watch is sports and news. — Harold A. Leach, North Webster, Ind. . . .Somebody could make a bundle of money with a sports network. It could show European and other worldwide sports as well as our own, plus outstanding kid events. — Frank Moore, Huntington, N.Y. AGAINST SPORTS: * * * * TV LOG KTVl <ABC> 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSD (NBC) 8, BBTC I. KPLR 11, KDNLtt WEDNESDAY EVENING 6:00-2 4 5 News 9 St. Gehevieve 11 Dick Van Dyke •10 Ministers 6:15—9 Guten Tag 6:30—2— Ibe Courtship of Eddie's Father 4 SPECIAL: Frozen World of Seals and Walruses 5 Men from Shilo 9 About Ceramics 11 Truth or Consequences 30 Flying Nun 7:00—2 Make Room for GrandSddy 9 French Chef 11 SPECIAL: Peachbowl Classic 30 Wild Wild West 7:30^-2 Room 222 4 Governor and J. J. 9 Civilisation 8:00—2 Johnny Cash 4 Medical Center 5 Music Hall 30 Movie (C 8:30—9 Teaching For Tomorrow 9:00—2 Dan August 4 Hawaii Five-0 5 Four in One 9 National Drug Test 10:00-2 4 5 News 9 Forty-Five Years with Fitzpatrick 11 Movie (C) 30 Movie 10:30—2 Movie (C) 4 Merve Griffin 5 Johnny Carson 9 Grand Master Chess 11:00—9 Parkway West Sr. High Choir 12:00-2 Dick Cavett 4 Movie (C) 5 News 11 Sea Hunt 12:30-5 26 Men 11 News/Devotional 1:00-5 Weather 1:30—2 News/Sports/Religion 1:50—4 News/Religion Thursday December 31 5:45-4 -Religion/News 6:00—4 Sunrise Semester 6:30-2 Thought for Today 4 PS4 5 Focus Your World 6:35—2 Farm Report 6:40—2 New break 6:45—2 Lone Ranger 7:00—4 CBS News 5 Today 7:15-2 Fury 8:00—4 Captain Kangaroo 11 Underdog 8:15—2 Romper Room 8:30—11 Cartoons 9:00-2 Movie (C) 4 Lucy Show 5 Dinah's Place 9:15—30 Financial Observer 9:30--4 Beverly Hillbillies . 5 Concentration 11 Jack Lalanne 10:00-4 Family Affair 5 Sale of the Century 11, G-ane Game 10:307-4 Love of Life 5 Hollywood Squares 11 That Girl 11:00—2 Bewitched 4 Where the Heart Is 5 Jeopardy 11 .To .Tell the Truth 11:25—4 News 11:30-2 World Apart 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Who What Where Game 11 What's My Line Noon-2 All My Children 4 My Favorite Martian 11 News 30 Movie 12:30—2 Let's Make a Deal 4 As the World Turns 5 Words and Music 11 Galloping Gourmet 1:00—2 Newly wed Game 4 Love is a ManyrSplen- dored Thing • • 5 Days oi Our Lives 11 Movie 1:30-2 Dating Game 4 Guiding Light 5 The Doctors 30 Movie 2:00-2 General Hospital 4 Secret Storm 5 Another World—Bay City 2:30-2 One Life to Live 4 Edge of Night » Movie Game 30 Lost in Space 3:00—2 Movie (C) 4 Gomer Pyle 5 Another World- Somerset 30 Little Castle 3:30—4 Mike Douglas 5 Stump the Stars 9 Make up of a Clown 11 Flintstones MOVIES WEDNESDAY EVENING 8:00-30-"AU the Brothers Were Valiant" (1953) (C) Ann Blyth, Robert Taylor 10:00—1 -r "Destiny of a Spy" (1969) (C) Lorene Green, Anthony Quayle 30 1- "The World Was His Jury" (1938) Mona Freeman, Edmond O'Brien 10:30—2-^ "A Degree of Murder" (1U68) (C) Anita Pallenberg, Hans p. Hallwachs 12:00-4 -i- "Run Like a Thief" (1967) (C) Kiernoji Moore, Keenan Wynn THURSDAY 9:00-2 -r "Rose Marie" (1954) :(C) Ann Blyth, Howard Keel J:00-ll-f"Son of Fury" (1942) Tyrone Power, Gene Tierney 8:00-2 -r "The Wise 1 Guys" (1968) (C) Lino Ventura, Hour- vil 8:00-4 -r "Chamber of Horrors" (1966) (C) Suzy Parker, Patrick O'Neal 10:00-30 r» "Pepe" (1961) (C) Shirley Jones, Dan Dailey 10:30-2 -i "Something for a Lonely Man" (1968) (C) Susan CJark, Dan Bjocfcer 11 — "Alias Nick Bear (1949) Audrey Totter, Ray Milland 12:00-4 - "Lil'l Abner" (1959) (C) Leslie Parish, Peter Palmer FRIDAY 9:00-2 — "Triumph of Hercules" (19G4) Marilu Tolo, Dan Vadis 1:00-11 - "The Great Dan Patch" (1948) Gail Russell, Dennis O'Keefe 30 — "Escape in Japan" (1957) (C) Teresa Wright, Cameron Mitchell 3:00—2 — "The High Cost of Loving" (1958) Gena Rowlands, Jose Ferrer 8:00-4 — "Tarzan's Three Challenges" (1963) (C) Jock Mahoney 30 — "Attack of the Robots" (1966) Francoise Brion, Eddie Constantine 10:00—30 — "The Naked Street" (1955) Anne Bancroft, Anthony Quinn 10:30—2 - "Incident at Phantom Hill" (1966) (C) Joceyln Lane, Robert Fuller 11 - "Black Magic" (1944) Nancy Guild, Orson Welles 12:00-4 - "Peggy" (1950) (C) Diana Lynn, Charles Coburn Saturdays and Sundays are the longest days of the week for shut • ins and aged who depend on TV for passing Ion4ly hours. — Mrs. "A. L. Slodum, Cranford, N. J. . , .We bought our set to be entertained, not to have sports hog all networks. — Mrs!. Ray Zernechel, Lincoln, Neb. WEEKDAY NIGHTS: it wovlld be better to have football separated from weekends. Have it, say on Wednesday nights. — T. Dahlin, Cupertino, Calif. . . .ABC's Monday nights is the greatest! — R. D. Turner, Alton, 111. * * * * 4:0lt—5 Virginia Graham 9 Sesame Street , 11 GilMgan's Island 30 Ultraman 4:3(1-11 Flipper . 30 Lost In Space 5:00—2 Daniel Boone 5 News 9 Mister Roger's Neighborhood 11 Leave it to Beaver 5:23—30 Trick or Treat 5:3d~4 5 News 9 What's'New 11 I Love Lucy 30 Batman THURSDAY EVENING 6:00-2 4 5 News 9 Folk Guitar 11 Dick Van Dyke 30 Munsters 6:30—2 Matt Lincoln 4 Family Affair 5 SPECIAL: Orange Bown Parade 9 Efficient Reading 11 Truth or Consequences 30 SPECIAL: Astro Blue Bonnet Bowl 7:00-4 Jim Nabors 9 Peter and the,Wolf 11 Big Valley 7:30—2 Bewitched 5 Ironsides 9 Courts, Warts and all 8:00—2 Barefoot in- the< Park 4 Movie .(C) 9 Boston Pops 11 Wagon Train. 8:30—2 Odd Couple , 5 Nancy 9:00—2 The Immortal . 5 Dean Martin .9 Fiick Out 11 Perry Mason 9:3ft-9 Flaherty and Film 1 10:00—2 4 5 News 9 Course of Our Times 11 Alfred Hitchcock 30. Movie (C) 10:30—2 Movie (C) 4 Merv Griffin 5 Johnny Carson 0 Making Things Grow •I 11 Movie 11:0|)—9 Soldan High Choir 11:30—5 Guy Lombardo 12:00—2 Dick Cavett 4 Movie (C) 12:25-11 Sea Hunt 12:55—11 News/Devotional ; 1:00-5 Weather 1:30—2 News/Sports/Religion 2:00—4 News/Religion (Clip this portion and mail promptly to: TOP VIEW BALLOT 373, Alton Evening Telegraph, 111 E. Broadway, Alton, Illinois 62002.) »4 YOU THINfc ANTI-SMOKtNfi SPOTS SHOULD CON-' TINUE AFTER CIGARETTE ADS ARE ENDED ON JAN. 2nd? , Circle only one choice: 1. Once cigarette ads go off, anti-cigarette spots should also be discontinued. , 2 Keep cigarette ads off but require anti-smoking spots to pay regular commercial ad charges. 3. On those stations continuing to run anti-smoking spots after Jan. 2nd, equal time should be given to pro-cigarette groups. 4. ontinue to give free TV time for anti-smoking spots. 5. Other different opinion (specify): Circle your age bracket: Under 21; 21-49; 50 or over. 11 Gilligan's Island 30 Ultraman 4:30—11 Flipper 30 Lost in Space 5:00—2 Daniel Boone 4 News 9 Mister Roger's Neighborhood 11 Leave it to Beaver 5:25—30 Trick or Treat 9 What's New 5:30—4 News 11 I Love Lucy 30 Batman FRIDAY EVENING 6:00-2 4 News 9 Careers Calling 11 Dick Van Dyke 30 Munsters 6:30—2 Brady Bunch 4 Interns 5 News 9 Paducah Choir 11 Truth 1 or Consequences 30 Flying Nun 6:45-5 SPECIAL: Orange Bowl 7:00—2 Nanny and The Professor 9 Playing the Guitar 11 Big Valley 7:30—2 Partridge Family 4 Headmaster 5 Name of the Game 9 Hans the Puppet Master 8:l»0-2 That Girl 4 Movie (C) • 9 Symphony. 11 Wagon Train , 30 Movie 8:30—2 Love, American Style 9:00—2 Tom Jones 9 Continium 11 Perry Mason 9:30-9 Dust & Ashes 10:00-2 4 5 News 9 See to Solve 11 Alfred Hitchcock 30 Movie 10:30-2 Movie (C) 4 Merv Griffin 5 Johnny Carson 9 Glimpses 11 Movie 11:007-9 Berkley High Choir 12:00-2 'Dick Cavett 4 Movie (C) 5 News . 12:30-5 26 Men 12:35-11 Sea Hunt 1:00—5 Weather 1:05—11 News/Devotional 1:30-2 News/Sports/ReUgion 4 News/Religion Friday January 1 Saturday January 2 5:45 — 4 6:00—4 6:30-2 4 5 8:35-2 6:40—2 6:45—2 7:00—4 5 7:15—2 7:45—2 8:BO— 4 11 8 '15— 2 8:30—11 9:flO— 9. 4 5 9:15—30 9:30-74 11 10:1)0—11 10:80—5 11 10:50-2 11:00-2 11 11:30-11 11:55-2 Nopn— 11 12:30—11 12:45-4 1:00—5 11 30 1:30-5 2:pO— 5 Religion/News Sunrise Semester Thought for Today P.S. 4 Focus — Your World Farm Report Newsbreak Lone Ranger CBS News Today Fury Cartoons Capt. Kangaroo Underdog Romner Room Pat-toons ,: Tournament of Roses Parade New Year's Parade Financial Observer SPECIAL: Cotton- bowl Parade Jack LaLanne The Game Game SPECIAL: Rose Bowl Parade That Girl Fashions in Sewing SPECIAL: Sugar Bowl Parade To Tell the Truth What's My Line SPECIAL: Sugar Bowl News Galloping Gourmet SPECIAL: Cotton Bowl Days of Our Lives Movie Movie (C) The Doctors Another World — Bay City Movie Game Movie Gomer Pyle Another World- Somerset- Little Castle Mike Douglas SPECIAL: Rose Bowl Bridge With Jean Cox Fiintstones Sesame Street • SATURDAY MORNING 5:45—4 Religion/News 6:15—2 Thought for Today 6:20—2 Farm Report 6:25—2 Newsbreak 6:30-2 World of Ideas 4 P.S. 4 5 Agriculture 7:00—2 Reluctant Dragon and Mr. Toad 5 Heckle & Jeckle 11 Modern Almanac 7:30—2 Motor Mouse 5 Woody Woodpecker 11 Herald of Truth 8:08—2 Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp 4 Sabrina and the 5 Tom Foolery 11 Uncle Waldo 8:30—5 Gorky's Colorama 8:57-4 In the Know 9:00—2 Jerry Lewis 4 Josie & Pussycats 5 Dr. Dolittle 11 Superman 9:30-2 Scooper and the Double Deckers 4 Harlem Globetrotters 5 Pink Panther 11 Flipper 9:57—4 In the Know 10:00—2 Hot Wheels 4 Archie Hour 5 Pufnstuf 11 Leave it to Beaver 10:30-2 Sky Hawks 5 Here Comes the Grump 11 Gilligan's Island 10:57—4 In the Know 11:00—2 Motor Mouse 4 Scocby—Doo, 5 Pro Football 11 Upbeat 11:30 2 Hardy Boys 4 Monkees 11:57-4 In the Know NOOJI—2 American Bandstand 4 Dastardly & Muttley 5 St. Louis Hop 11 Cagney Theater 30 Now Explosion 12:30—2 Speak Out 4 Jetsons 1:00-2 Soul Unlimited 4 Magic People 5 SPECIAL: Gator Bowl 1:30—2 George Carson 4 Popeye 2:00—2 Wide World of Sports 4 Opportunity Line 11 Bowery Boys Theater 2:30-4 Heads Up 3:00—4 Town & Country 3:30-2 SPECIAL: East- West Football 4 Dennis the Menace 11 I Spy 4:00-4 SPECIAL: January with the King Family 5 Something Else 11 Country Carnival 5:00—4 Scholar Quiz 5 Wild Kingdom 11 Country Place 30 Man from UNCLE 5:30—4 5 News ' N 11 Nashville Music The Telegraph cannot always publish last-minute changes made by the television stations. Attorneys for Jews MOSCOW (AP) - Defense attorneys for the 11 defendants convicted in the Leningrad hijacking trial appealed to the Russian Federation Supreme Court today for "milder punishment" because of the "exceptional circumstances" of the case, an informant reported. The informant, Soviet p h-y s i c i s t Dr. Andrei Sakharov, a leader of the Movement for Liberalization-, in Soviet Society, spoke to newsmen and relatives of the defendants outside the courthouse after the hearing recessed for the day. Proceedings will resume Thursday, and Sakharov said the prosecution will speak then. Two Soviet Jews convicted of planning to hijack a Soviet airliner -Were sentenced last Thursday to death by firing squad and nine other defendants—seven of them Jews—were given labor camp terms ranging from 4 to 15 years. Sakharov said defense attorneys asked the court to invoke Article 43 of the Russian criminal -code which provides for "milder 'punishment than provided by law" when "exceptional . . circumstances" exist.' ;• : _ !. • The "exceptional. circumstances" in this case ap-, parently are the fact that 9 of the 11 defendants:'-'are Jewish and were , .trying to circumvent the Soviet ban on emigration abroad, • in. .this case to Israel. ': •;. Relatives and friends had gathered outside the courthouse awaiting word on the procedings. One woman was taken away screaming by two plainclothesmen after she told foreign newsmen: "They won't let us into the courtroom or out of the country." Two of the Jewish defendants were sentenced to death and the other defendants given labor camp terms of from 4 to 15 years. All were convicted of treason last Thursday at Leningrad. During the Leningrad trial, the defendants admitted they conspired to commandeer the small Aeroflot plane so the Jews could emigrate to Israel. But they denied their actions constituted treason. No relatives of the defendant^ or sympathizers were allowed inside the courthouse. One man who got to the door of the second-floor courtroom before he was expelled said about 10 uniformed militiamen were guarding the corridors outside the door. .The defendants themselves were believed to be still in Leningrad. The woman arrested outside the Supreme Court, Esfir Mostkova of Novosibirsk, told correspondents she has been trying unsuccessfully to go to Israel since 1948. She said she has cancer and wants to see her son in Israel before she dies. Kirkwood Roy Kirkwood, 82, of Staunton, died at 4:07 a.m. today at Community Memorial Hospital in Staunton after an illness of three months. A retired farmer, he was born March 19, 1888, in Staunton. He was a member of Masonic Lodge 177 of Staunton and the First United Baptist Church in Staunton. Married to Julia Scherff on Sept. 20, 1906, in Carlinville, he is survived by his widow, two sons and one daughter. The sons are David and Robert Kirkwood of Staunton. The daughter is Mrs. Dolly Petty of St. Louis. Four grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews also survive. Friends may call at Williamson Funeral Home in Staunton after 4 p.m. Friday. Services are Saturday at 2 p.m. at the funeral home with the Rev. Wayne Corzapp officiating. Masonic services are Friday evening at 7:30 at the funeral home. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Schmid Urban John Schmid, 64, of 500 Tydeman Ave., Roxana, died at 10:30 p.m. Tuesday at the AMan Memorial Hospital, where he had been a patient for 17 days. He was born May 18, 1906, in Roxana . Surviving are three brothers, Frank of Wood River, Berthold and William, both of Roxana; four sisters, 'Mrs. Pauline Warner of Wood River, Mrs. Katherine Harvick of Roxana, Mrs. Martha Rathert of Bethalto, and Mrs. Margaret Huebener of Edwardsville. Two sisters and a brother preceded him in death. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Thursday at the Marks Mortuary in Wood River, where the Rev. Victor Frohhe, pastor of the St. John's United Church of Christ, will conduct funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. , Burial will be in the Valhalla Memorial Park in Godfrey. Leavell A former East Alton resident, Bert Leavell, 83, died today in Madison, where he made his home. Surviving are his widow, Martha Leavell; and nieces and nephews in the East Alton, area. Visitation will be after 2 p.m. Thursday at the Edwards Funeral Home in Ridgeway, where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday. Burial will be in the Leavell Hill Cemetery near Ridgeway. Powell Mrs. Nellie C. Powell, a former resident of Wood River, died in Alexandria, Va., Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Powell was born in Louisville, Ky. on Aug. 18, 1891, and married Herb M. Powell on Nov. 9, 1920 in Louisville. 'Atfer their marriage, the couple moved to Wood River where Mr. Powell was employed by American Oil until 'his retirement 10 years ago. They then moved to San Antonio, Tex., where Mr. Powell died in 1966. Survivors include two grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Mary Kaupmann of Louisville. Visitation will be after 7 p.m. on Thursday at Marks Mortuary in Wood River, until the time of services there at 10 a.m. Friday. Rev. Manley Mace of Wood River will preside. Burial is at Woodland Hill Cemetery in Wood River. Fowler Friends and relatives have received word of the death of Mrs. Beulah Fowler, 81, of LutesvjJle, Mo., who died at 8:06 p.m. Monday at the Incarnate Word Hospital in St. Louis. She was born Aug. 19,1889, in DeSoto, Mo., and married the Rev. John W. Fowler in Fredertcktown, Mo., Nov. 3D, 1905. He died Feb. 1,1956. She was a lifelong -member of the Glen Allyn Baptist Church, where funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday with the Rev. Brian Hovis and the Rev. Dale Huff, officiating. Burial will be in the Bellinger County Cemetery Jo Lutesville. Surviving are a son, John W. Fowler Jr., of Crestwood, Mo.; two daughters. Mrs. Ruth Townzen of Wood River and Mrs. Jewell Lambert of East Alton; a brother, Monroe Myers of Kansas City, Mo.; three sisters, Mrs. Cecil Gladish of St. Louis, Mrs. Anna Winters of Lutesville, Mo., and Mrs. Edith King of California; 10 grandchildren; and 18 great - grandchildren. A son, one daughter, and a sister preceded her in death. The Ward Funeral Home in Lutesville is in charge of the arrangements. Siedler Mrs. Catherine Siedler, 79, died at the HilMew Nursing Home in White Hall at 9 a.m. Tuesday. She was born Aug. 21,1891. Surviving are a son, Willie of Keokuk, Iowa and a half- sister, Mrs. Mary Smith of St. Louis. Funeral arrangements are pending at t h e C. C. Hanks Funeral Home in Hardiri. Novotny BENLD - Mrs. Anna Novotny, 88, of 710 N. 5th St., Benld, died at 5:55 p.m. Tuesday at the Lakeview Nursing Home in Carlinville. She was born July 26, 1882, in Czechoslavakia. Her husband, Fred, preceded her in death in 1969. Surviving are two grandsons, William of Hillsboro, and Robert of Detroit, Mich. Funeral services will be held at 1 a.m. Thursday at the Union Funeral Home in Benld and burial will be in the Benld City Cemetery. Father Ralph S. Guido, pastor of the St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Benld, will officiate. Visitation will be after 5 p.m. today at the funeral home. ' Ferree Mrs. Effie D. Ferree, 91, a former resident of 812 McKinley Blvd.,-Alton, died at 11:15-a.m. Tuesday at the Eunice Smith.Extended Care Unit of Alton Memorial Hospital, She had lived with her daughter, Mrs.' Nellie Percival, for th'e past year. She. was. born Oct. 14, 1879, in Clarksville, Mo., Where she married Jess E. Ferree, Jan. 29,1902. He died Dec. 2, 1964. Mrs. Ferree was a member of the Metropolitan United Methodist Church in Alton, the Alton Chapter of the Odrer of the Eastern Star 775, the White Shrine 69, and was 'an honorary member of the Alton Women's Council, where she had served for over 50 years. The last of her family, she leaves only her daughter. Friends may call at the Gent Funeral Home after 3 p.m. Thursday. The Rev. Fred L. Beck, pastor of the' Methodist Church, will conduct funeral services at 2 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Entombment will be in the Grandview Mausoleum at the Alton City Cemetery. Macoupin County for several years, and moved to Jerseyville from the Livingston- New Douglas area in 1949. Survivors include her husband, Henry Hampton Tabor, whom she married July 27, 1922, in Peoria; a son, Donald A. of Edwardsville; two grandchildren; two brothers, John Feyer of Carlinville and Oscar Feyer of Gillespie; and a Sister, Mrs. Daisy Fox of Litchfield. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Lesicko Funeral Home in Livingston with the Rev. Arby Hosto, pastor of the Eden United Church of Christ in Caseyville, officiating. Burial will be in the Sunset Hill Cemetery in Edwardsville. Visitation will be after 6 p.m. today at the funeral home. Cox Otis Reed Cox, 71, of 161 E. Jennings, Wood River, was dead on arrival at Wood River Township Hospital at 5:20 p.m. Tuesday. A resident of this area for 45 years, he had been in ill health for a year. He was born in Benton, Ky., on Nov. 1, 1899. He was a boilermaker welder for 27 years at Shell Oil in Wood River, retiring in 1952. He is survived by his widow, Neda Hooper, whom he married in 1940 at St. Charles, Mo.; one daughter, Mrs. Linda Huck of Wood River; and eight sons — Edward of South Roxana, Charles of Bethalto, Harold of Meadowbrook, Paul of Wood River, Dennis of Wood River, Bill of East .Alton, and Bobby and Ronald at home. He is also survived by a sister, Mrs. Vera Woolverton of Roxana, 23 grandchildren and three great - grandchildren. Friends may call at Marks Mortuary after 4 p.m. Thursday. Services will be conducted at' 1:30 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Wanda Cemetery in South Roxana. The body will be at the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home hi Hardin, where friends fflay call after 3 p.m. Thursday. Funeral services will tie held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Kafflpsville PresBytefian Church with the Rev. Ronald Badger officiating. Burial will be in the Summit Grove Cemetery. McMehael ALHAMBRA - A former Alhambra resident, John B. McMichael, 94, a retired rancher of Lamar, Colo.-, died Monday at a hospital in Lamar. He was born March 12,1878, in Alhambra. Surviving are -his widow, Carrie; two daughters, Mrs, Urso Pierson and Mrs. Dorothy Fox, both of Colorado; five sons, Wriley, Charles, Elmer, Donald, and Calvin, all of Colorado; a brother, Albert of Alhambra; and three sisters, Mrs. Etta Voigt of St. Jacob, Mrs. Laura Lew of Edwardsville, and Mrs. Lillian Phillips of Worden. Two brothers and a sister preceded him in death. Funeral services and burial ' were in Colorado. Dawdy DOW - John H. Dowdy, 80, of Dow, died this morning at Jersey Community Hospital after a long illness. • He is survived by his Wife, Dora Kelly Dawdy, three .sons, William M. of Hillview, Johii'H. of.Alsip, andfArthur "R.'o'f Dow; three stepchildren, Mrs. George Cummings, of Dow, Mrs. Chester Cummings of Dow, and George F. Alexander of Dow; and one sister, Mrs. John Rowan of Rockford. He is. also survived by 20 grandchildren and 12- great grandchildren. The funeral services -will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Gubser Funeral Home in Jerseyville. with the Rev. William Turner of Jerseyville ' presiding. Interment will be at Oak Grove Cemetary and visitation will be after 4 p.m. Thursday "at the funeral home. Bunch KAMPSVILLE — Paul W. Bunch, 70, of Kampsville, died Tuesday at the Jersey Community Hospital. He was born Jan. 11, 1900, in Calhoun County. Surviving are his widow, the former Gertrude Vetter; four daughters, Mrs. Elaine Brangenberg and Mrs. Darlene Housmann, both of Kampsville, Mrs. Elzada Siedler of Valmerya, 111., and Mrs. Bonnie Towse of- Alton; nine grandchildren; six great - grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Lucy Pepper of Kampsville. Alton,'Wood River Bethalto EFFIE'D. FERREE Services 2 pm Friday, Gent Chapel Rev. Fred L. Beck officiating Entombment Grandview Mausoleum, Alton City Cemetery In state at the chapel after 3 pm Thursday Tabor JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Marie Elizabeth Tabor, 70, of Jerseyville, died at 8:05 a.m. Tuesday at the Jersey Community Hospital, Born near Carlinville, March 3, 1900, she was an elementary school teacher in NOTICE-NEW YEAR'S DAY JANUARY 1 LEGAL HOLIDAY The Following Banks Will Observe Friday, January 1, as a Legal Holiday and Will Not Be Open for Business Alton Banking & Trust Co,, Alton Bethalto National Bank, Bethalto First National Bank & Trust Co., Alton First National Bank, Wood River Godfrey State Bank Illinois State Bank, East Alton The Bank oi Alton, Alton

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