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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, June 25, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH 0W ; tunries K§Kt W° a 8 Ian| 'I HomcAd *** cr ** c * lumn Fred Landon tr^^&V™***** Hot Weather HandMiig Of Deep Freeze Outlined — Funeral rftw for Frtd Lamton, member of a pioneer .family of Eng- llih Township, will b* conducted Sunday at 4 p.m. in First Methodlit Church, Jerseyvllle, by the Rev. Earl Dickey. Burial will be In Ortmw-Neely Cemetery, English Township. The body Is at Oubser Fun«*al Home where friends may call until time of the funeral. Mr. Landon, a retired farmer, died Friday at 12:30 a.m. at his home following an extended illness. Me was bom Nov. 25, 1873, in Jersey County, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mtlo Landon. Surviving are a son, Frederick J. Landon, Rt. 3, Jersey- vllle; two daughters, Mrs. Earl Worth of Hartsvllle, Mo., and Mrs. Elley Rabflgo, San Francisco, Calif., a brother, Edward, and a sister, Mrs. Leslie Dougherty, Rt. 3, Jerseyville; four grandchildren and five great- grandchildren. R T. Powell be conducted Tuesday at 1 p.m in St. John's Baptist Church by the Rev. T. P. Wright, burial Funeral ritos for Karl King 1 will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Hoa(?land , r , 2( head of the law f )rm The body will be moved from O f Green & Hoaglnnd. who died Uus-ell Funeral Home to thc Thursday,of n heart seizure while' church Monday where friends | n Springfield, were conducted at may call after 7 p.m. 2 p.m. today in Morrow-Quinn By ELAINE Madison County flonic Adviser EDUARDSVILLE - You'd bcf- : M». Mflmouth died Thursdny Mortuary. Burial was In Alton ter chcck y° ur freezer's temper aturp. The summer heat may be' making it too warm. Xfanufactur- ! « Myers Named President *£Kw=5£=a"-3?: °< w ""*"«* , trol the weather and the way you' ' GODFREY—Dr. Oall E. Myers. In St. Anthony's Hospital where Cemetery. she had been a patient for two Thp Rev \villiam Ketcham. rcc weeks. Previously she had been <0| . 0 , hospitalized at St. Joseph's for fh urrn two months. tne r j t p s . Born in Hjywood County. Dunng ,„,. fimc ,„,, body ww<ioaYtoe'VreMer."By openUq^ "the; asslstant to the P resldent of Term.. Mrs. Wamouth was a H| the mort uaiy throngs of! freezer foo f „„ d , oad , Monticello College, has 'been daughter of Mr. and Mrs ;friends and busin es s associates ; „ too heavj , flt one „ named v | ce president of the Ualter Bonds. of Ml , Hoagland called nt the, maj/ , , hc , emperature ba ,. ; women's college by the board Surviving In addition to her !m ortufiry to puy their respects toi ancc of trustees, Dr. Duncan Wmv husband and parents are a son.iim memory. During the evening; _.'.... . ... . nre ss Monticello oresldent, an* L. C. Wamouth; four sisters. : hours persons stood in line for, ™* c "| * e jf <mper f tur l by , !1 ™ l Bounced thiweek Osie Bel) Bonds, Alton; Willie nearly a half-block waiting to! tak ln * " in dl « erentf P"* ° ^i^^ve« Sd th« Monti* East St. Louis: Mrs, 'get into the mortuary. '<° ra f compartment. Then leave Dr. Myers Joined thl.Monti Lou Luekett and Mrs.- Pallbearers were Elmer H.; th * thermometer In, the warmest eel o f ^ ml " lat ™ t j w *"" " ,ee Dickinson, Mllwau-i Bernard. James K. Almeter and i P Ia <* ^^ * hold a zero tern- assistant to.the P«"Wjnt In kee. Wis., and tbree brothers, R. B. Maucker, all associatediP 6 ™^ 6 ^ ad » stin S ^ control!September, 1959. Previously, he rvt'tr, *» is., aiiu uu cc ui uuici.-», jv, D. muuunei ( an uaauwiaicu - - ...- _, * **•» uit A .*i n « M .* IV. D.,e snd Eldred ,vi,h Mr. Hoard's law tlm, : i '«•?< *™ _ »«1' •"? ' "•'"'I™ °™°L ° [™> ""I"" Bonds, all of Milwaukee. G. R. Wood sociatas. ,AJ&£riSS^ Si! Olin Mulhieson jtello. Idaho, where she attended! -~ . ., 'the funeral June 17 of her grand- UBVelOUS nCIV j cfifl /~!rt*t«1*1 Dti«> tt?«*»nrl ontA rvf Gerald Ray Wood, son of WHITE HALL — Hiram T.JA.2.C. Jack W. Wood and Mrs.! Qyg CflftridQC well, 84, a patient for the Wood. o Powell past six weeks in Powell Nurs- Ing Home here, died at 3 a.m. today at the nursing home. The baby, one of twin sons of and" Robert'ir Ryan "john"T. room temperature. If the com-1Colorado School of Mines,1 Roach, Malcolm D. Durr and ;Pressor doesn't operate continu-;Golden. Colo. Kenneth F. Kelly, all former as- ous .' v whfle a Ioad is freezing/ AS vice president, Dr. Myers set the temperature control at the'will assume broadened adminls- lowest place during the freezingjtrative responsibilities; direct! period. This will keep it on con-j the development program, over- ! Itinuously during the freezing proc-j see Montlcello's Program forj ess. Some manufacturers advise I ProKress . and p i an and develop turning the control to the coldest | lhe over al , publications proposition several houre before a' gram of the , n8tltuUon . load is added for freezing. A graduate of university of Freeze Pies Iowa, where he received his BA Summer brings fresh fruits and; an d MA degrees in journalism, LEAVES FOR CONFERENCE CHICAGO— Gov. and Mrs. William 0. Stratton of Illinois check tickets at Chicago's Union Station Friday before boarding a special (rain for Governors' Conference at Glacier National Park, Mont. (AP Wirephoto) Mr and Mrs Wood died June 12 ! A liqui ^ I )ro P e ' lant 8f» cart-i berries. Add that's a better wayj Dr . Meyers formerly was dlrec- Mr> "^thre'montli? £&^™ "****%. ^'^1°L^^™ *^'"£*!* tor of A.umni Affairs and later at age III ICC intlllinBi 11 IB Un* i » * L • c i i_ .* vui Vl *»*w* J "»i *ii. *«*•*«> MHV« *\*«-v. •, , -s**-«—t=asrsrt.Sl*3=^=5S«^sri.?-=rsi ED «, RUS ^,,^., 28 Area Students Granted DeathPenalty Year's Tuition at SW only immediate survivor is .j gtm hospitalize ' d . Mrs. Wood is the former Mary only immediate survivar is aj brother, George Powell White Hall. The body is at Dawdy Mi*i ig 8ta tioned in Alaska with the tieral Home pending funeral \ ^nny Air Force. i fcoar has been developed by 01 In more crumbly crust if you freeze ic d F „ , H rece , ved ' received Mathieson aiemical Corporation. them unbaked. Freezing them " his Ph.D. degree in general I mrs. wooa is me lormer iviury- «. __„„„„!__ iu „„.., -„_« u , , L. , . n 's rn.u. aegree in general of near 1 ,, o j ,.» , t, j in announcing thc new cart- baked, however, has advantages , • . ,. T , C^^ t ±S^Al?wS: r ^- D - J - C -^»^^ U i^ ^ Pi- keep o^wo- mnantlCS r °Tcrc, y ,'dyFu.;f rae ;±:fH e "n°\ U ^ 2 fHH V ^ «• f—n on'bd-ed and :^ D—r in ,19o9. arrangements. R.A.Whittleman Robert A. Whittleman, 82, a retired carpenter and former long time resident of Alton, died Thursday at Houston, Tex., ac- Surviving in addition to his twin, corporation's Energy Division, six months if frozen baked. Fruits Isaid it produces high pneumatic j seem to have more juice after; Kane Home Bureau Unit Entertained KANE—Mrs. John Wehrly Jr. gave the major lesson on 'containing its own oxydizer. Copps j riety of ways. Frozen unbaked pie ("Children's Clothing" at the | said use of a liquid propellant j shells can be baked for 20 to 25 i meeting of the Kane Home ias a source of power gives theiminutes immediately after youiBureau meeting Wednesday ouiv.v. .g ui auumu.. ui..«!»..,, pressurcg in a {raction of a sec -i freezing, so be sure to thicken ^^•t^^SK'H' and can '* adapted to oper - the fruit mixt ^" «we SS fnnH Tinl i """'itae nearly any pneumatic power- than usual. You can freeze pie a, ana L,inaa, j. (actuated device. [shells and fruit separately and Thn liquid is a monopropellant' in this way use the fruit in a va- 66 students at SIU's Southwest-j ern Campus were announced Thursday by Dr. Howard Davis, director of student affairs. ! Recommended by the scholarships and loan committee, recipients are granted remission of a: year's tuition. The SIU scholar-1 ship and activity awards, estab- DiSalle Sees First Ballot Kennedy Win .-, V OF _ _. l-l a till VlTliiri iiCHJAt T 1J1CUI OtTINrY Fla (AP) - A one- QUINCY, Fla. (AP) - A one , ' SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1980 MMMMMMMMMMMM CancelCanton Celebration On Sunday CANTON, HI. (APl - A fourth of July program which ted been ptenned tor SuUday.Ju^J, has been canceled. Sponsors say some of fte city's miniatps complained. In a Joint statement, issued Friday. the Canton Chamber of Commerce and the American Legion said they cancelled the program because of "expressions of disapproval by some members of the Canton Ministerial Assn." The Rev. Dr. Leslie C. Archer of the First Methodist Church said he and another member of the Protestant ministers group proposed that the civic organizations be asked not to make plans for holiday observances on Sunday in the future. He said a majority of 14 members agreed. "We didn't want to get into a hassle with two organizations which have done so much good." he said. "I had no thought that this cancellation is what they would do." However. Dr. Archer said, he thought Sunday should not ha\r been picked for the program •>/ games, entertainment, fireworks and dancing. "I know that the program was planned to start at 1 p.m., so •** not fo ( ' onflic * with cnurcn serv ices, but it seems unnecessary to stage a program on Sunday when thc actual holiday is on Monday.' p , steward Reed, executive :«v- rctary of thc Cliamber of Cmj- morcf xvho sicmod the cmifpllti" legged handyman faced the death announ(;en 7 ent . and the R(n , penalty today in the hammer slay- ^^ pregidenl of th , ing of a white woman nnd her , nh]istCTJaJ ]sssoc - Mon ^ wm no , J-ycar-old son. available to- ramment. A jury found Sie Dawson, 49, .guilty of first degree murder Fri- lished by the board of trustees' GLACIER NATIONAL PARk,i<*ay and made no recommenda-j Announcement Brill".for worthy students, require; M ont _ (AP) —A first ballot Demo-1 »»°n f °r mercy, making the death I maintenance of at least a "C"| crat j c presidential nomination bfjP enaIt >' mandatory. Sentencing; Dog I j reuse Kll.-n average plus participation in ac-! g en _ John p. Kennedy of Massa-1 was postponed until Judge Hugh tivities programs. cording to word received by Alton! EDWARDS VILLE - Mrs. Flor- .cartridge certain advantages over 'remove them from the'freezer.! evening- at. the home of Mrs. Students who will I relatives. i ence L - Burkhart. 5o. formerly its s{Jlfd p ra pellant counterpart/Prick the pie shells ten minuteslOrville Darr Jng SIU for the first Mr. Whittleman had resided in!^ 6 " B ^' ™*-^ ^ "e listed these as: ' .afler they've been in the oven.; The min 0 ; le^n "Sew «,£"_ "fjl/P^^ 1 ' f! be attend- ! Gov. Michael V. DiSalle on his new trial. time this ' arrival at the 52nd annual gov- Dawson was convicted in the Houston for the past 20 years.j^, a f..^"M™"'^°S '• Clean burning characteris-,J«t not before freezing. Frozen^Tape" was giv^n by Mrs. Ken*If* stuc j n1 * af , fa j; but! he had returned to Alton fre-i 10 ' 1 . , L . ,. J St '; whcie she hdd .tii-s. Thc power system is leftl^ W shells should be neth Cory. Plans were made to " quently to visit and to renew acquaintances. His last visit here was four years ago. He was a member of Twelfth resided the past year. She was a native Wis. Among survivors are her husband, Randall Burkhart. The body is to be taken from Weber Funeral Home here to the Schmidt Funeral Home at Wittenberg, Wis., for funeral services and burial. nf M-mitnwnr virtuall -V fre <? ° ! cltrb ™ deposits, j-mawed In Uie refrigerator or at ia ttend the annual Green Coun- Ot iMdnilOWOC,..-,.._ j u.. ju_ ,, n .,»_u—^Iroom tpmnoi-utn^o ...ufi- _»!i, _. _ . Gas produced by the cartridge | will not cause corrosion of metals nor will it damage other materials used in a power system. 2. Low flame temperature. The liquid produces gas temperatures 50 per cent below those resulting from the burning of solids. 3. Bums under varied condi- Mrs. Verna Harmon j ti( > ns ' Reliable ignition condi- temperature while still wrapped. Pfe shells should be wrapped tightly in vapor-moisture-proof paper and sealed with heat or tape. Freezing Meat You've got nutrients aplenty in a cut of fresh meat, so take care when you freeze it. Research studies have shown that incorrect i Shackelford, ty Home Bureau luncheon Thursday at the Greenfield Baptist Church. Entertains Club KANE—Mrs. Goldie Hunnicutt entertained her potluck dinner club Wednesday. Present were: Mrs. H. F. Freeh, Mrs. O. B. Gullander, Mrs. Ivan John Kille- Mrs. Jean M. Kolkmeyer, Beverly A, I before the roll call total is an-!50, as the killer. Miller, Gary A. Murray, Lep;nounced. Witnesses swore Clayton was at \ Street Presbyterian Church during his residence here. Funeral rites were conducted today in Boulevard Funeral Home, Houston. He is survived by a daughter, Margaret of Houston; two sons, John and James; two sisters, Mrs. Pearl Parsh and Mrs. Dorai fj:| PS rmuliK'trti < -L*.lLUj.7 VJVBJlt*** .l.n» Forcade, Alton; three brothers, ..... __ William and Herbert \Vhittleman, Following funeral rites Friday 4 _ mgh-ratiogas expansion. Gas mickly ThTlonee?vn^L" 1 ^ 1 P ' Ummet '' MrS ' Kenneth Bar '!Bunker Hill:" Kdward" Eugene Gov. Price Daniel of Texas, and;fled he helped Clayton unload the ct Alton, and Harry, Leeds, Eng- . at 1 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home.'expands from liquid at a ratio as more nutrients vou «/m into"^' 1 .' 1 " 8 ' 61 :. Ml * s _ Guss ! e Rich ^ ds -!Smith: Cottage Hills: Marjorie Gov - B « ford Ellington of Tennesee,wood during the interval. irl ' T3»*U<k1tn *Ur. Ur\rl\/ rtf ATlVi \7orni* i • i 11 ««n .-« i. . • . . I. *^ * • » — .. (ions exist in the liquid propel- !f rflo ,i na , n » nftftf » t ^ n j *. < 'lant cartridges between 109 de-!^S ^n !? P T T" deshtroy j brew ' Mrs " Paul Carlton Krees and'l-'defi-ees Fahrenheit ;t , meats ' T ° CUrb 01 "!charles Tompkins. Mrs. Otto ana .u acnees raniennen. prevent y^g ] Qsses . Handle meat »»i. ou,,,, r. ^.mcu, ui """J"!^^.-"7.-™ ~~ '^ I""" Following Friday's announce- chusetts was -predicted by Ohio.Taylm tules on a motion fo, a ^ ^ M] enforcemen , flf (lie Alton dog control ordinance vill start next Monday, a mild al Paul Telegraph, a ij ghled fmm an Ohio National ton. 36. the office was open, said Price, area granted awards are: ;Guard plane. He conceded Ken-, Tlie **<>• and another son, f . r , ht dog licenses were iKSUec | Alton: Nancy Lee Braun.jnedy might not have enough votes,4-year-old Alva Donnie who Bur-' pn ^ phone ln q uiries rev eaJed ton and East Students in the y for the awards;ernors' conference, opening Sun- death of Roger Glenn Clayton. He .,.„,,',„_ A . n , ; „-.„„„. '-ot \~ ., ...... . . . . , , .... _ . T usn iui uu£ iiccnsen' at-r in d dirs offices in A)-!day. was not tried ,n the killing of the |he offk . c (jf C| , v aerk pflu St. Louis. The ()01 . tly ujsalle had just child s mother. Mrs. Maggie Clay- A prjce t£)day In the {irst hou; Charles E. Chenoweth. Phyllis I on the first roll call but added M. Curvey, Virgina Lee Foster, Gary G. Gantz. Effie Gvamates, Alice joy Harder, Joan Kay Holland, Jenece M. Klopner, confidently Kennedy would win "before the results are announced." He referred to the vote- changing delegates are allowed vived, were savagely beaten. The Negro testified that an alleged confession had been forced from him and named the husband and father, Alva Clayton, about more applications were in the making for the morning office period. The dog license total yesterday 'morning was 1,768. iCily Treasurer M. O. Elliott isnid. Phelps, Dickie Allen Spurgeon. The southern governors were i his job from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. April i The lo "8- tai J ed 8 l * een parakeet Albert R. Van Horn, Edith F ''planning to get together Sunday; 13. the day of the killings, except ran S ed as far north as New Walker. for a Dixie caucus in support ofif or 35 minutes when he delivered ' state - Man V wer e shot because Bethalto: David H. •Schaeler; Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas. a load of wood. One witness testi- thev ] ed on C1 '°P S and ma »V wei ' c will lose and land, and a number of nieces and Bethalto, the body of Mrs. Verna high as ]4i000 to 1 pl . oducin g e x.:the greater the chanr', Zt ™i\- GarS€> " R nephews in Alton area. His wite.iw. Harmon, 46. of Bethalto. was treme|y hjgh pre8SUres Ior pneu- ! croorg'anisms will; ca^e und^, N ' elU<? Fe " ity ' the former Ora Hawkins of Alton, Uaken to Staunton for interment ; ma , jt . applications. | a ble changes in the meat Kan preceded hirri in death. Mrs. Lockhart ;in Staunton Memorial Cemetery. Any type of igniter, from the: Use moisture-vapor-proof pack-! KANE-Mr. and Mrs. A. J. j The Rev. E. J. Kolb of[iciated :simplest percussion type primer j aging materials. Research shows I Medendrop, Chicago, arrived Garsell Reynolds and Mis$,j. spears; Edwardsville: Lor- are organizing the Sunday caucus. Taylor instructed tlie jurors to :; ene F. Isaacs; Elsah: Janice P. Asked whether he thought pol-;disregard Dawson's alleged con- Kane Note* jPeterson; Freeburg: Rodney R.i itics would overshadow the concession if they tliought it was <jiv- Humphries, Ronald R. Humph- ference, the dapper DiSalle ! en as a result of threats. at the rites. Pallbearers were Clarence j w jn wor k j n the new cartridge. Hemphill, Ted and Herman to an elaborate electronic device, i that proper packaging reduces „ ,. ... x, ,_. Qss of nutrients ln sQme meats WHITE HALL —Mrs. Beulah Lockhart, 56, wife of Samuel Lockhart, died at 6:15 pm.. Friday in Hilltop Haven Nucsing Home where she had been a| patient since last January. ' A daughter of the late Mr.; and Mrs. Frank Kohntopp, she: Schweppe, Ray Partner, Henry! Marcacci, and Rudy Stewart. I 0. M. Duncan Rites Conducted Funeral rites lor O\sen Pythian Sisters To Have Picni Freeze meat quickly. The lower the temperature, the quicker the meat will freeze. The zero temperature of home freezer's is satisfactory for freezing WOOD RIVER—A co v ere d amounts of meat. Thursday for several days visit with their son-in - law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Wehrly Jr. Mrs. LeRoy Loeffler and daughter of Belleville spent smallj Thursday with her mother, ! Mrs. Otto Piummer. picnic dinner will be served If however, you freeze a large Mr and Mrs A A Abbo tt re;'!, « P- m - Monday at the Torch amount (a quarter or side or turned home this week from a M ( lub for members of Esther.more of an animal) at one time,; fich; _ ,..,„ tn TnnnniKeh M« ries; Godfrey: Bernard "The agenda lias been 1 The purported confession said Slaughter; Hartford: Ricky Lee j carefully prepared so as to not! Dawson killed tlie woman- in aj George, Howard T. Miller, Rose-j let anything else happen." fight which''started after they had! mary E. Tomlovic; Shipman:! Politics may take second place i to recreation today. Early ar- William R. Mills. some drinks in the Clayton station wagon parked in a wooded area treatment. .! riving governors relaxed, some near Ghattahoochee. ' taking advantage of the trout | MI-C i,,Hith p a ,- • n 0n rt (fishing in beautiful Swiftcurrenti West says the last-known speci- Miss Judith Cary is spend-1J n ,_* mens of the colorful parakeet and passenger pigeon died in the same her uncle, Robert Cary. -c ,,th p a ,- • n 0n ss urth Gary is spen- e ing this week in St. Louis with!. ___ 1 | Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily year in a Cincinnati, Ohio, zoo CUT FLOWERS Floral Arranftmints Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association LEO WILLIS. SR. LEO WILLIS. JR. Alton Floral Phone HO 2-4111 Evenings HO 64617 fishing trip to Tecumseh, Mo. Fred Baker entered Jersey was born July 18, 1904. at St. Duncan, boilermaker helper ;ii Temple Pythian Sisters and it's to have it frozen at a Louis. She was married to Sam-'shell Oil Co.. were.conducted at'iijoir families. commercial freezing plant Then! uel Lockhart. Sept. 2. 1932 . l p.m. Thursday in Marks Mor- Members are asked to bring you can store it in your homel CommU '" ty Hospltal Tnur f da y Survving in addition to her tuary, Wood River, with Eva*- a white elephant to be used free/er. This practice makes it |'or treatment of a hand injury. husband are two sisters, Mrs. Hershel Ottwell -official- t iv prizes tor games during the unnecessary to increase the freez- 1 Rir- and Wrs ' Harold De ", Margaret McQuarter, East Ai- j ng . Burial was in Wilbcrton M )Hul hour which will be con- er temperature, which slows tbel shasier> Granite Cltv ' visited ton. and Mrs. Edna Reed, Alton. Cemetery. St. Peters. limited by the Past Chief's Club freezing process. Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. and three brothers, Harold, who The pallbearers \\viv Les Tal- headed by Mrs. Alice Logsdon. -- - ;Harry DeShasier. is in the Navy, and Kenneth and 1 kiniffon. Stanley Jouott, Bylord : Mi>. Harold Raines, temple Sl^ll Nederland is to make Mrs. Dorothy Swearington Rapp. Robert \V:irrcii. William i chief, lias announced the next polydcnc synthetic rubber in Hoi- iVKUlar meeting will be July 20 land, Tlie Hague reports. Eddie, Alton. The body is at Dawdy Funeral ; Goings and (.',. F. \Voodyard. Home where funeral rites will i ...... be conducted Monday at 2 p.m.l Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily 1 Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" by the Rev. A. T. Monroe. Burial will be in White Hall Cemetery. entered Alton Memorial Hos- 1 pital Wednesday for surgical' Mrs, Sneeringer Alton relatives were informed by telephone Friday of the deatli at Castro Valley, Calif., of Mrs. Marie Sneeringer, widow ol Lours Sneeringer. formerly of Alton. The announcement of her death came to Charles Sneeringer, 603 State St., a brother of the late Lpuis Sneeringer. Mrs. Sneeringer is survive^ by three sons and a daughter. Her husband died 11 years ago. Funeral rites and burial will be at Castro Valley, Calif. 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