Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 31, 1970 · Page 16
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B-6 Alton Evening Telegraph Thursday, Dec. 31, 1970 In and out of area hospitals Obituaries National picture Snow flurries arc forecast Thursday for the Appalachian mountains. Idaho, Nevada, eastern California, and the northern Pacific coast can expect showers. Sunny skies will cover most of the nation. (AP VVireplioto) Dorchester area gets $180,000 for rural water system By HELEN LISTON Telegraph Correspondent CARLINVILLE - A $120,000 direct loan and a $60,000 development grant to the village of Docrhester to build a rural community water system has been approved by the Farmers Home Administration, according to an announcement by Kenneth A. Stark, Illinois state director. The loan and grant will enable the community to develop a central water system to serve 110 water users the first year. The village will purchase treated water from the city of Gillespie. Plans call for the construction of a main water transmission line along Rte. 16 from Gillespie to Dorchester. A 50,000-gallon water tank will be erected in Dorchester. In addition to individual users the system will serve seven commercial establishments and 17 farms. Construction is expected to begin immediately after the loan closing which is scheduled for Dec. 30 in the Dorchester City Hall. Dorchester has been actively trying to get a water system since 1965. Their efforts to locate an adequate underground water supply were unsuccessful. Most of the wells and cisterns now being used by residents are polluted. , In drought years, residents are forced to haul water and the new water system is expected to greatly benefit farmers whose livestock operations have been hindered by lack of water. Present dwellings in Dorchester are expected to be modernized and no less than a dozen new homes will be built as soon as the system becomes operational. The Dorchester water system will be another milestone in the development of the southern half of Macoupin County, officials say. The project has received the approval of the Macoupin County Board of Supervisors and the Macoupin County Comprehensive Water and Sewer Committee. The Fanners Home Administration loan will be repaid in 40 years at 5 per Woman gets second bomb threat The owners of an Alton apartment house at 622 East Fifth have been threatened with bombing for the second time in three weeks according to police. Mrs. Anita Born, 257 South Ninth, East Alton, told Alton police a neighbor of the apartment house had called her Wednesday and told her a young women, recently fired by one of the tenants because of incompetance as a baby-sitter, had called four men from the neighbor's home and told them "tonight is the night." The woman later told the neighbor "620 and 622 Fifth will be bombed tonight-" The baby sitter was fired recently after tenant complaints she was entertaining men and putting the child in her care outside. It was after the first in- the first threats cent interest. Security for the loan will be water reveune bonds and the system will be repaid out of water revenue. The village will contribute $15,000 of its own funds towards the total cost of the project. Rural water and sewer financing is extended through the Farmers Home Administration to small rural towns and villages and organizations operating on a not-for-profit basis. Loans and grants are made only when adequate credit at reasonable rates and terms is not otherwise available. Dorchester is the sixth water system in Macoupin County financed by the Farmers Home Administration. Since July, 1965, the Farmers Home Administration has made 112 loans and grants totaling $23,644,010 for rural water and sewer system projects in .Illinois. Law schools perpetrate 'hoax': prof CHICAGO (AP) — Law schools which encourage women students but refuse to act against prospective em- p 1 o y e r s practicing sex discrimination are perpetrating a "cruel hoax," says a woman law professor. Mrs. Frederica K. Lombard, who teaches at Wayne State Law School, expressed this view after the Association of American Law Schools took what she regarded as a weak stand on the issue Wednesday. The association, representing 122 law schools, amended its charter to prohibit discrimination against women in legal education but adopted a clause on placement practices which Mrs. Lombard described as "watered down." The association's Committee on Equality of Opportunity for Women had proposed that law schools "insist" that employers who recruit on campuses not discriminate against women. The AALS-approved recommendation said only that member schools should stale their "firm expectations" that employers w ! ll not discriminate. Mrs. Lombard is the 1971 chairman of the AALS committee on women, which has issued a report showing that nearly twice as nr.iuy girls entered law schools in 1970 compared to 1967 but that discrimination i n hiring continues. "The study," Mrs. Lombard said in an interview, "is significant because it shows the percentage of women students has increased, which means that law schools are encouraging women to attend. Yet the failure of the AALS of taking a strong stand on placement practices makes them part of a cruel hoax." Mrs. Lombard said there was little if any discrimination agrnst women by law schools considering admissions. Approximately 37 per cent of the participating schools have a written policy prohibiting sex discrimination by employers recruiting on campus but Mrs. Lombard said AALS, members must impose sanctions on violators or the problem will not he remedied. Area iveather Alton and vicinity — Diminishing snow today becoming partly cloudy during the afternoon. High today around 40. Clear tonight with low in the mid to upper 20s. Clear to partly cloudy Friday and a little warmer. High in the upper 40s. Heavy iveather warnin By UNITED PRESS IN- TERNAT10NAL Heavy snow warnings, travelers warnings and danger of tornados were scattered around the country today as the year neared its end. Snow was falling in the predawn hours from southern Missouri across Kentucky and Tennessee and into western North Carolina. Rain was falling south of the snow line. Warnings of anticipated, snow, up to four inches were in effect for parts of Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee and North Carolina. Travelers warnings were up in several adjacent states. Heavy snow watches were anticipated as far north as New York and Massachusetts for this afternoon and tonight. The Pacific Northwest had a mixture of rain and snow. Snow slides were reported in Washington Cascade Mountains. Cayuse Pass was closed Wednesday night and chains were required to cross most other passes in the range. It was still snowing early today. Rainfall on the .Oregon coast ranged up ot 1.31 inches. A tornado watch was in effect early today for parts of northern Florida and southern Georgia. Most of the rest of the nation had fair skies and seasonable temperatures, ranging at 2 a.m. -from 5 below zero at Watertown, N.y., to 70 at Key West, Fla. Alton Memorial ADMISSIONS Mrs. Darlene Kirchner, 4712 Fantasy Mrs. Virginia Ramage, Godfrey Mrs. Lorraine Auten, 1202 McPherson Mrs. Nona Brinkman, 613 Marsh Jerry Lands, Wood River Kenneth Ellison, 511 A Winkler Troy Burgess, Cottage Hills DISMISSALS Mrs. Minnie Kolditz, 736 Washington Charles Baumann, Godfrey Mrs. Dolly Gentry, 808 Aubin Mary Albert, Piasa Sherry Dodson, Edwardsville Deborah Wells, Bethaito Marie Calihan, 1903 State Mrs. Floy Adams, 2347 Virden Anna Lauck, 2712 Brown Bernard Schulz, 3221 Kendall Edward Costello, 1015 Cardinal Mrs. Nettie Brown, Wood River Forrest Monical, 13 Hebner Mrs. Florence Best, Bethaito Judith Christenson, Jerseyville Brent Phelps, Godfrey • Mark Sawyers, East Alton Bruce Allred, 801 E. 5th Russell Farmer, Jerseyville Richard Zumwalt, Bethaito Robert Zumwalt, Bethaito Sheri Moehle, Worden Mark'Hornsey, 3400 Hillcrest Nancy Jackson, 2009 Seminary Bradley Vonderheidt, Bethaito Richard Taviner, 234 Maurice Donna Evancho, Jerseyville St. Joseph's ADMISSIONS Barney Middlecoff, 1203 Wesley Lawrence Stivers, East Alton Rickey Shaw, 910 W. Delmar A r a Beanblossom, Wood River ' DISMISSALS Mrs. Lucille Broadway, East Alton Kimberly Button, Roxana Kelly Depper, Roxana Mrs. Bonnie Gerl, East Alton Mrs. Gertrude Johnson, 217 W. 16th Roger Kamp, Wood River Steven Mead, Godfrey Robert Miller, Cottage Hills Mrs. Nancy Reynolds, East Alton William St. Clair, Godfrey John Sheraka, Wood River ' Mrs. Mary Stewart, Moro Christopher Taul, 727 Linden Ora Vann, 223 Hamilton Mrs. Karen Welson, Godfrey Kirk Wille, West Breese •Lillian Zagar, Hartford Mrs. Yvonne ' Thacker, 80 Sullivan St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Adam Frey, Jerseyville William Fearno, 2200 Seminary John Haselhorst, East Alton John Davey, 812 Logan Law Mrs. Rebecca Ridenhower, East Alton Mrs. Cynthia Grove, Godfrey Mrs. Bertha Boedy, Godfrey DISMISSALS Nick Schwegel, 3509 Ohio Mrs. -Marion Wall, 523 -Brookside Wood River Township ADMISSIONS Mrs. Oneta Fowler, Hartford Leonard Burney, 60 Ferguson Lou Riva, Bethaito David Wiley, Alton Mrs. Lalah Smiley, Edwardsville Stacy Elliott, East Alton Edith Estes, 503 State Mrs. Eula Jones, Hartford Jeffrey Allred. Cottage Hills Mrs. Donna Proctor, East Alton John Fensterman, Moro Randy Curtis, Cottage Hills Mrs. Dorothy Beach, Blue Island DISMISSALS Mrs. Marilyn Vandygriff, Brighton Frankie Steele, Alton Mrs. Etta Taylor, East Alton Russel Asbury, 576 Grove Donald Austin, Alton Virgil Wiles, Cottage Hills Sandra Varble, Hartford Cynthia Arehart, Hartford Arlee Creasy, Granite City Billy Cox, East Alton Timothy Booth, East Alton Harry*McManus, Wood River Donald DeWitt, East Alton St. Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS Mrs. Barbara Leardi, Edwardsville Mrs. Marjorie Newell, Rte. 4, Edwardsville Mrs. Beulah Tindall, Edwardsville DISMISSALS M i c fi a e 1 Scheibal, Edwardsville Cletus Koch, Rte. 3, Edwardsville Th e r e s a Paddock, Glen Carbon Staimton Community ADMISSIONS Penny Garwood, Worden Luther McGowan, Livingston Jeannette Boulch, Staunton Charles Reisinger, Worden Erich Schultz, Staunton Amanda Hillebrand, Worden DISMISSALS Gloria Baldoni, Staunton Bill Mayer, Mt. Olive Todd Lanterno, Geneva Mathilda Siegel, Edwardsville Mary Tuscan, Staunton Helen Wayham, Greenfield Palmer Eidens, Marine Judith Parks, Staunton St. Francis (Litchfleld) ADMISSIONS Joseph Snyder, Mt. Olive Judith Caudle, Waggoner Darlene Demkey, Mt. Olive William Morris, Mt. Olive Annette Gotham, Raymond Robert Hahn, Mt. Olive Nina Wernslng, Harvel DISMISSALS A. B. Emerson, Ohlman Charles Hampton, Waggoner Robert Hood, Mt. Olive Paul Vuckovich, Mt. Olive Isodene Churas, Gillespie Kyle Langley, Gillespie Jersey Community ADMISSIONS Amy Mains, Jerseyville Roberta Egelhoff, Jerseyville Jack DeGerlia, Hardin John Keller, Grafton Daley Ottwell, Pearl Richard Branham, Fteldon Kay Branham, Fieldon Barbara Marshall, Shipman DISMISSALS Carl Franke, Batchtown -Deborah Eschback, Golden Eagle Dena Nolle, Brussels Howard Marshall, Grafton Boyd Memorial Michael Wodarek, Carrollton Marylynn Adcock, Eldred Mrs. Betrice Camerer, Eldred DISMISSALS Lisa Ruyle, Eldred George Baltz, Carrollton Mrs. Margaret Williams, Greenfield Lynn Seely. Carrollton Mrs. Lynda Brooks, Carrollton Carlinville Area ADMISSIONS Mabel Scroggins, Bunker Hill Mildred Brown, Carlinville Lisa Ramey, Carlinville Corene Bleddin, Eagerville Cheryl Vital!, Carlinville Bernard Gregory, Shipman Bradley Leggett, Virden Harold Brimberry, Carlinville Michael Wilson Jr., Carlinville Mary McCrellis, Medora Dennis Baker II, Carlinville Rev. Wendell Stanford, Carlinville Wilbert Lott, Carlinville Dale Burkhalter, Carlinville DISMISSALS Helen Osborne, Pacific Grove, Calif. ' Edward Domkoski, Wilsonville Catherine Dowland, Chesterfield Freddie Freytag, Carlinville Mildred Rich, Carlinville Annie Yahr, Carlinville Illinois men lulled TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Two Illinois residents were killed and a third injured Wednesday with a truck they were riding in jackknifed and rolled into a ditch north of Tucson. Killed were Edward Fowler, 22, of Herbert and Stanley Sanson, 23, of Genoa. Ronald Hicks of Genoa was reported in good condition in a Tucson hospital. Tuttle Q. I served liquor to my children in our home during the holidays. Was this illegal? A. No. The law says the consumption of alcohol by a minor under the direct supervision and approval of the parents or parent in the privacy of a home is not illegal. — Illinois State Bar Assn. Illinois roll call WASHINGTON (AP) — In the 47-29 roll call vote by which the Senate Wednesday passed a bill authorizing $125 million in railroad loan guarantees to help the bankrupt Penn Central Railroad both Sens. Charles H. Percy, R-I1L, and Adlai E. Stevenson III, D-I1L, supported the measure. Plants okayed SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) The Illinois Agriculture Department announced Wednesday that all 685 slaughtering and processing plants in the state have been certified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as "equal-to" federal standards. Gorilla measured "Tafce your paws off me" appears to be the reac. tion ot Coeotte, a young female gorilla at the Berlin Zoological Garden as animal handlers take her measurements at the zoo for annual animal "census." (AP Wirepnoto) Robert Douglas Tuttle, 27, of 281 S. 10th St., Wood River, was pronounced dead at the scene of a two car automobile accident on Rte. Ill about two miles south of Roxana Wednesday evening. ROBERT TUTTLE He was born June 13, 1943, in Alton and moved to Wood River at an early age. He attended the Roxana school, and after graduation from Roxana High School, he attended the Celvary Bible College in Kansas City, Mo., for two years. He then served four years in the Navy and was discharged in 1908. Mr. Tuttle was presently employed by the Bethaito Police Department. Surviving, are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Tuttle of Wood River: a brother, Donald of Rosewood Heights; and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Baehr of Alton. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Friday at the Marks Mortuary. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Roxana, where the Rev. Dwight Duer, pastor of the church, will conduct funeral services at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Burial will be in the Valhalla Memorial Park in Godfrey. Pfeiffer EDWARDSVILLE - Chris H. Pfeiffer, 82, died at his home at Rte. 1, Edwardsville Thursday at 4 a.m. He is survived by his widow, the former Nora Franke; and a son, Les Pfeiffer of Edwardsville, two grandchildren and one great- grandchild. He is also survived by two brothers, Edward of Indiana and William Pfeiffer of Greenville, Tex.; and three sisters, Mrs. Mary Knowles, Mrs. Estelle Halter, and Mrs. Anna Morris, all of Granite City. He was a member of Eden United Church of Christ in Edwardsville. Visitation will be after 4 p.m. Friday at Weber funeral home, Edwardsville, where services will be held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Burial will be at Valley View Gardens of Memory. Webster Mrs. Bessie Blanch Webster, 76, of 2010 Park Avenue, Alton died at 4:45 p.m. Wednesday, December 30, 1970 at the Eunice Smith Nursing Home where she had been a patient for four months. . She moved to Alton, ten years ago when she'retired. Before coming to Alton, Mrs. Webster lived in Chicago where she was a private duty registered nurse. She was born October 28, 1894 on a farm South of Salem, 111. Before her marriage in 1914 to Cyrus M. Webster, she taught in the Salem Public School System. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Lulu Ray of Centralia, 111., and Mrs. Carroll Rogers of Alton, and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Bowman Funeral Home in Salem after 4 p.m. Friday. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday at Bowman Funeral Home and burial will be at the East Lawn Cemetery, Salem Bryant He was a charter member of Teamsters Local 525 in Alton. He was married on Oct. 9, 1925 in Granite City to Opal Oglesby, who survives Other survivors are, one daughter, Mrs. Louis Oiler, Roxana; three sons, Willis Edward, and James Harris, both of San Pedro, Calif., and Leroy of Wood River. Also .surviving are 13 grandchildren; one brother, Newman, G., of Odd, W. Va., and one sister, Mrs. Mary West of'Previllians, Va. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday at the Marks Mortuary, Wood River. Funeral Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens in Bethaito. Wednesday at the Carlinvflte Area Hospital. He was born March 18,188?, in Kemper, 111. Surviving are his widow, the former Lilly Rhoads; one son, Buel of Joliet, ill.; four daughters, Mrs. Mildred Scopel and Mrs. Verda Brunette, both of Benld, Mrs. Leora Bada of Plainfield, and Mrs. Genean Stoddard of Joliet, HI.; 13 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Mamie Linker of Carlinville. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Union Funeral Home in Gillespie, and burial will be in the Mayfield Memorial Cemetery in Carlinville. The Rev. Kenneth Boster, pastor of the Trinity Baptist Church in Gillespie, will officiate. Baraerd Kelley Mrs. Cassandra Lee Barnerd, 21, of 425 Wyoming, Bethaito, was pronounced dead on arrival at 9:55 p.m. Wedn esday at the St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Granite City after she was injured in a two car accident on Rte. 111. CASSANDRA BARNERD She was born Feb. 19, 1949, in Los Angeles, Calf., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kanz of Rosewood Heights. She was a 1966 graduate of the Roxana High School. She married James Michael Barnerd in 1968 in Alton. In addition to her husband and parents, she leaves a son, Richard, 15 months old; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Anna Kanz of Mansfield, Ohio; maternal, grandfather John Parker of Goodlettsville, Tenn.; and a brother, Kirk of Rosewood Heights. Visitation will begin after 6 p.m. today at the Smith Funeral Home in Wood River. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Wood River, where she was a member. The Rev. R. W. Meyer will officiate. Burial will be in the Rose Lawn Memory Gardens in Bethaito. Wolf ley CARROLLTON - A life long resident of Carrollton, Martin Leroy Wolfley, 80, died at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Passavant Hospital in Jacksonville, where he had been a patient for three weeks. He was born in Carrollton, May 23, 1890, and married Maude Hodgerson, Nov. 1911. She died June 20,1963. Surviving are a son, Virgil of Jacksonville; two grandchildren; and a brother, Truman of Carrollton. Two brothers and a sister preceded him in death. Visitation will be ,from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Mehl Funeral Home in Carrollton, where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday. The Rev. William Boston of Jacksonville will officiate. Burial will be in the Richwood Cemetery in Carrollton. JERSEYVILLE - Ronald Lee Kelley, 22, of Jerseyville, died at 2 a.m. today at the St. Luke's Hospital In St. Louis, where he had been a patient for 12 days. He had been injured when •hit by a car in July. He was born Oct. 3, 1948, in Godfrey, the son of Harry Kelley of Jerseyville and the late Mrs. Helen Robinson Kelley. In addition to his father, he is survived by his widow, Patsy Ann Kelley; a daughter, Kimberly; two brothers, Harry Jr. of Cipherhills, Fla., and Terry of Jerseyville; and four sisters, Mrs. Phyllis Abbot of Jerseyville, Mrs. Harriet Kelley of Medora, Mrs. Mary Huff of Piasa, and Mrs. Geraldine Farris of Jerseyville. The Rev. Thurman Strange will conduct funeral .services at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home in Jerseyville.' Burial will be in the Oak Grove • Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Friday. Helmers funeral A former Altonian, Harold L. Helmers, of St. Louis, died Dec. 24, at 4 p.m. of an apparent heart attack. Funeral services were held Monday at the Buchholz Mortuary in St. Louis and burial was in the Upper Alton Cemetery. Surviving are his widow, the former Ollus K. Graves from Alton; a daughter, Miss Carol Jean Helmers, at home; and three brothers, John of Owensboro, Ky., Lee of Herman, Mo., and Vernon of Kansas City, Kan. Williams funeral. The Rev. R. W. Meyer, pastor of the St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Wood River, conducted graveside services Thursday at the Rose Lawn Memory Gardens for John David Wilttfims, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams,, of 134 W. 4th St., Roxana. He was born at 8:30 a.m. Dec. 21 in Alton and lived three hours. In addition to his parents surviving are a sister, Shani Jo, paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.- Thomas Williams of East Alton; and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wiess of Roxana. WOOD IUVEU CASSANDRA • LEE BARNERD Visitation after 6 pm today Services 10 am Saturday, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Wood River Ecknian GILLESPIE — Dan Eckman, 93, of 1106 S. Abba St., Gillespie, died at 11:10 a.m. Alton, Wood River Bethaito 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 Arthur Alvie Allen (Blackie) Bryant of 120 Manning Ave., Wood River, a chauffeur on construction jobs in the area for many years, died at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday at parnes Hospital, St. Louis. He was 67. Born in Malan, W. Va., on Sept. 17, W3, Mr. Allen lived to Wood River for 45 years.

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