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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1900 Obituaries Jana Steele Jana Lea Steele, 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steele of 37 W. Acton Ave., Wood River, died Friday at 12:30 p.m. in Children's Hospital, St. Louis, following "open heart" surgery. The girl, who suffered from a congenital heart ailment, entered the hospital six Lawson, pi Deeded httft in death in 1934. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Luther Greene, Hopkins- vllle, Ky., a son, Harold. White Hall; a brother, Sebastian. Rockford; a 'grandson, two great - grandchildren, and two nieces. The hody Is at Dawdy Funeral Home where friends may call Sunday afternoon and evening. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. at Barrow Baptist Church. Burial will be in Manchester Cemetery. Mrs. Fischer EAST ALTON - Mrs. Ethrl I. Fischer, 58, wife of Edwai-d C. Fischer. 329 Bowman, died at 4:40 a.m. today in Wood River Township Hospital where she had been a patient since Monday. In failing health for the past two years, she had been hospitalized four different times during the period. She was employed at Olin-Mathieson Co. 20 years ago. Daughter of the late Mr. and Boy, 3, In Chicago Collision days ago and was operated upon. MrR Curti g chapman, she was Thursday morning. ! married August 11, 1923, to Flsch- iSlie had withstood "repairs" toler in Salem, III. her heart, her father stated, but | Surviving in addition to her bus- was unable to recover because of | band are two daughters, Mrs. Di- weakened heart muscles. lane Spotler, Alton; Miss Pam Jana Lea had undergone sever- Fischer, who lives at home; three al blood transfusions and blood for the transfusion had bocn furnished by co-workers of her father at Granite City Steei Co., Granice City, and Laclede Steel Co. employes. Jana Lea, an only child of Mr. and Mrs Steele, was born Dec. 29, at Carbondale. In addition to her parents she is survived by her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer L. Steele, Hartford; her paternal great-grandfather, George Sleele, Ponca City, Okla., her maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Leavell, East Alton; her maternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Sarah £. Potter, Harrisburg. and a great-grandfather, O. S. Inman of Williams, Ore. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. in Marks Mortuary, Wood River, by the Rev. C. W. Patton of Tamms, formerly of East Alton. Burial will be in Roselawn Memory Gardens. Friends may visit the p.m. today. mortuary after 6 Mrs.NancyElder Mrs. Nanny Elder, mother of Charles Elder of 809 Logan St., who observed her 100th birthday anniversary June 1:30 a.m. today 17, died at in East St. Louis, where "open house" had been held last June to mark the centennial anniversary of her birth. She was born In 1860 in Eldorado. sisters, Mrs. Maude Turner, Noble, Ind.; Mrs. Reva Hunter, New Canton, 111.; Mrs. Rosalyn Huber of Chicago. Also surviving are two brothers, Ira Chapman, Cottage Hills; Howard Chapman, Hammond, Ind. There are 1 four grandchildren. Friends may call at Staten's Chapel after 7 p.m. today. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday, conducted by the Rev. Howard Todd Taylor, pastor of the Southern Calvary Baptist Church. Burial will be in the family lot in Upper Alton Cemetery. Foremanjackson CARROLLTON—Foreman Jackson, 77, a retired farmer, died Friday at 9 p.m. in a Jacksonville hospital. An inquest into his death was scheduled for 9 a.m. today at Jacksonville. Born in Morgan County, Mr. Jackson was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson. His wife, the former Dora Whitworth, lost her life in an automobile-train accident 25 years ago. Surviving are a son, Keith, Rockbridge; a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Mayhew, Palmyra; two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Eyer, and Mrs. Charles Retherford, Carrollton, and two brothers, Omar, Hettick, and Jake, Greenfield. The body is at Simpson Funeral Home pending funeral arrangements. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. In Simpson Funeral Home. Burial will CHICAGO fAP> - A 3-year-old boy riding in a small sports ear wat killed and nine persons were | injured In a three-ear ftmafthup in suburban Chicago Heights Friday. Killed when the little car flipped onto me iHWvu of another was Robert Bening of suburban Park Forest. The crash occurred at the intersection of Sauk Trail and Cottage Grove Ave. The injured were taken to St. James Hospital, Chicago Heights. Robert's mother, Mrs. LaDonna Bening. was driving the small car, which carried three other j persons. The others are Mrs. Katherine Soil, 33, a neighbor, and Mrs. Soil's daughters. Martha 1, and Patricia, 4. Mrs. Solt was in critical condition. The children were less seriously hurt. Injured in the second car were Kenny Shearburn, 20, Rt. 5, Cedar { Lake, Ind.. the driver; David Earl i 19, Rte. 3, Cedar Lake; Theresa j Gawseluk, 20.' Cedar Lake, and | | Shirley Sodon, 15, Chicago. I ; Byron G. Johnson, 44, Park For- • jest, who was alone in the thirds jcar, told authorities the Shearburn auto turned from Cottage Grove onto Sauk Trail and met the Bening auto.head-on, flipping the little car onto Johnson's. KTVt (ABC) *, KMOX (CBS) -4, RSD (MIC) 5, KPLft tl SIGHTS AND SOUNDS of tfv>|hower is «eh«!uled to arrive at Republican Convention gets underway in earnest Monday as TV covers the Chicago Convention. Arlcne Dahl at)d Wendell Corey win be narrators fot fh* RepoWi- can function which will combine fashion, political and historical highlighti of the ffest century. Wives of prominent Republican* will model reproductions of 12 gowns worn by Republican First Ladies.. Charles Collingwood reports for CBS. PERSON TO PERSON TO MOVE-CBS-TVs "Person to Person" hosted by Charles Col- O'Hara Field in Chicago Tuesday j lln«wood will be presented in a TV digest wlih John A). Jones morning and Ms arrival will probably be covered by the three nets. Mrs. Dwight D. Elsenhower and Over the weekend all three net- Mrg Rj cna rd M. Nixon will be works have scheduled special preview programs of their coverage convention men. President Eisen- guests of the "Great Lady Lunch- new time period on CBS beginning September 29. Program will move to Thursdays in the 9:00-9:30 time spot. Program has been seen on CBS Fridays from 9:30 to 10:00 for eon" to fie tclf-cast on CBS Wed-(the past sevetl season. Program Hurt In Fall Police learned at 3:45 a.m. today that Kenneth Gordon Davis, 17, of 1401 E. 5th St. had been received at Alton Memorial Hospital for treatment of injuries incurred in a fall on basement stairs at the home of a friend in Rosewood Heights. He had incurred a frac ture of his left wrist, cuts and contusions about his head, and was admitted after attention by a physician, the police notation shows. Japan's H i r o h i t o, a noted marine biologist, maintains his own laboratory and has published a scholarly book on sea horses. The body is at Bui-ke Funeral!be in Carrollton City Cemetery. Home, East St. Louis. ! Friends may call at the funeral home after noon Sunday. Mrs. Barringer CARROLLTON—Funeral rites for Mrs. Metta I. Barringer, who died Friday in Boyd Memorial Hospital, will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. in Church of Christ, Kane, by the Rev. H. L. Potter. Burial will be In Oak Grove Cemetery, Jersey ville. The body is at Gubser Funeral Home where friends may call after 2 p.m. today and until 1 p.m. Sunday when the body will be taken to the church. Mrs. Barringer, who was the widow of Otto Barringer, was born March 28. 1870. Her parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley Dugan. She is survived by a son, Kenneth, Kane, and two brothers, George Dugan, Jerseyviile, and Clarence of Portland, Ore. A. Vogelhund WHITE HALL—Anton Vogel- hund, 85, a patient for the past 6 years in Hilltop Haven Nursing Home, died there Friday at 4:45 p.m. A native of Germany, Mr. Vogelhund was born Nov. 24, 1875. He came to the United States with his parents in childhood. His wife, the former Lula OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY ON SALE -NOW- Red New HMD POTATOES bu C. D. Rhodes GREENFIELD—Funeral rites | for George Douglas Rhodes, who I died Friday at Jacksonville, will jbe conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. j in Shields Memorial by the Rev. I Floyd Camp of Wrights. Burial j will be in City Cemetery, White Hall. Friends may call at the funeral home. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rhodes, he was born July 22, 1889, at Wrights. His wife, the former Addle Davis*, and two daughters, preceded him in death. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Ellsworth Ansel, Kampsville, vand Mrs. Richard Story, Pekin; a son, George D., Quincy, and a sister, Mrs. Willard Pembrook, Greenville. Remove Temptation Police at 2:30 a.m. today took custody of a 22 caliber rifle they observed on the rear seat of a ' convertible car, parked with top •down, at Broadway and Cherry I streets. The rifle was considered | too tempting for possible theft. When the owner of the car couldn't be located, the gun was taken to police headquarters for safe-keeping. The car was Ii censed to a resident of the Brighton area, police determined. ANNOUNCEMENTS Alftn Evtninf Ttltcrtph Classified Ad Ratts Quick Action — Low Coat Here la Bow f on Can UM TELEGRAPH WANT ADS Sample Ad: THIS IS A THREE LINE AD—An ad this size contains about fifteen •average words. AN AD THIS SIZE COSTS ONLY: 9S.M tor 7 Day* SS.M lor 4 D»ya TSe for One Day SsunptoAd: THIS IS A FIVE LINE AD—Containing about 25 words, offering space for more items, or more complete description of avrtlcles. 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Attest: B " icu * r DALE HILT. Probate Clerk. July 18,23.30 LSGAL NOTICg to Community Vplt DliiHct , I BMcUlogtioai may be secured from the Superintendent's office or ny member o/ the Board. Bids m In t HAROLD ALBER8, iacretary Board of gducattoj, UUAQil Bold (are dpnotM hlgtillght — (R) repeat. B:00—(2i News Spotlight (41 Thr Big 4 (51 The Pionerrs (11) This Is Alien 6:30—(21 Dick Clark fchow: Anita Bryant. The Crests, Roy Orbison. Donnie Brooks guests. (4) Perry Mason: An attractive girl, recovering from injuries received in an aulo crash, is accused of murder in "The Case of the Haunted Husband) (R) (5t Bonanza: (Color) Hossj and Adam accompany a younej ranch-hand, arrested for murder by an enraged U.S. marshal, to make sure he reaches trial safely in "Desert Justice". (R) (11) Seven League Boots 7:00—(2) John Gunthcr's High Road: Homes, ancient festivals, national shrines are seen in "Japan: The People" with Shirley Yamaguchi is guide. (R) (11) Code 3 7:30—(2) Leave It To Beaver: One of the smallest kids in the neighborhood is duped to an alarming extent by Beaver and Larry in "Beaver the Magician" (R» (4) Wanted — Dead or Alive: Randall and his partner go after an innocent man unknowingly tricked by the real murderer. (5) Man and the Challenge: Barton researches Hypothermia — freezing people to with stand certain aspects of in- nesday, 3uly 27, 1:00-1:30 p.m.|features "vWeo-tape" visits. SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 23 White (5i Mike Hammer (111 Movie: John Agar, Mara English: "Fless and the Spur" (1956) A cowboy in pursuit of his brother's killer meets a half-breed girl and a gunman. 10:io—(4) Weather: Fontaine Mr. Lucky: The man-llO:15—(4) Movie: John Wayne. WaVd Bond. Pedro Armendariz: "Throe God Fathers" (1948) Three robbers find a dying woman and her baby on the desert. 10:30— <2i The Californians (5i Movie: Franchot Tone, Ella Raines: "Phantom Lady" (1944) A man's wife is mur- deijed and he can't locate the girl he svas with at the time of the murder. 11:00— (21 Panic terplHnetary flight in Oul" (R). (Ill Movie: Preston Foster, Lynn Bari: "Chasing Dnn- KFI-" H9.T9i. A spy ring is exposed by an American cameraman in Morocco. 8:00-<4> ager of an exclusive country club seeks Lucky's help in unmasking the dealer of a cold deck. (R) (2) Lawrence Welk (5) The Deputy: Clny tries to protect the intended victim of a traveling gunman in "Like Father". (Rt 8:30— (4) Have Gun—Will Travel: Paladin is caught in the middle of a deadly feud and T/te Telegraph'* Radio Chart SATURDAY r«—News a>—weeth«T »—soon* fcSO (ftflU) Ml 10 (MBS) Iff fcC HMO* ront MM tO •*ft 7:00-(4) 7:15-(4) 7:45-^(4) 8:15-(4) serious througfh ing. 8:30-(2) (4) (5) 9:00-02) (4) Give Us This Day Big Picture Early Riser Christian Science: How cases were healed spiritual understand- American Townhall Why Is It So? New Guinea Fisher Family Lamp Unto My Feet: "Six Men of Indostan", program on difficulties of agreeing on the "real" truth about a person or event. (5) Protestant Hour 9:30-(2) Herald of Truth (4) Sunday Show (5) This Is The Life 10:00—(2) (5) Christophers (4) Faith of Our Fathers 10:30—(2) Faith' for Today (4) Camera Three (5) Men, Medicine, Space 11:00— (2) Message of Rabbi (4) Way of Life (5) Industry on Parade ll:15-(2) Social Security (5) Americans at Work U:30-(2) Sacred Heart (4) Caucus (5) Frontiers of Faith "What Is The Christian's Role in Integration?" (11) This Is The Answer 11:45—(2) Ask a Priest 12:00-(2) St. Louis Medical Society (4) Montage (5) Home Hunters Guide (11) Wild Bill Hickok 12:15-15) News: Walt Williams 12:30— (2) Bildor's Showcase (5) Movie: "Phantom La dy". See Sat. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 5. (11) Tugboat Annie 1:00—('2 > Cartoon Classics (4) Movie: Lynn Bari: "Pardon Our Nerve" (1939) Two gold-diggers try to keep a jump ahead of their creditors. (11) News, weather 1:1Q-(11) Pre-Game Show liUMU) Cardinal VaseteU: Card! vs. Cincinnati Redlege 1:30-03) Movie: Jack Bailey: "Queen for a Day" (1951) Based on the radio & tv show. 2:«M4) Charlie Chan 2:30~(4) Closeup (5) Cameo Theatre: Edgar Allen Foe's "Fall of the House of U&her". 3:00-(4) Let's View the News 3:15-14) Inside KMOX-TV 3:30-(2) Brave Stallion ' (i) p. G. A, tiolf Tourna •menl: Jiui McKay, Jiui McAr- 5:4CM4) Give Ui Thjl Day 5:45-(4) N*wi: Tom Broofci 6;OfM4> Town 'n Country 6:&M4> P.S. 4; Math. 7:QCM4) Morning St. Loull. News-Weather 7:05, 7:20, 7:45. (5) Today: News casts 7:25 and 8:26 a.m. (Program originate! in Qiloago this week) Camws Two (4)' Nfwr Grtnuby Ctrtoon Time (4) Capt. Kangaroo Uije Show (4) Dactjnta' Bridj 5) Jamper Room (4) Video Village (5) fHay voui' Hunch finds himself siding with the only surviving person — a 17- year-old girl named "Juliet". (R) (S) Republican Convention Preview: Chet Hnntley • David Brlnklev preview NBC coverage of the Convention and Interview Republican leader*. (lit Marry a Millionaire 9:00—(2) Jubilee U.S.A. (4) Gunsmoke: Chester recognizes a stranger in Dodge as a man who once vowed to "get" him. (Rt (11) Wrestling 9:.TO—(2) Convention City: John Daly guide* the ABC preview of the Chicago convention. (4) San Francisco Beat (5) Death Valley Days 10:00-(2) Highway Patrol (4) News: Spencer Allen SUNDAY, JULY 24 thur, John Derr reporting chain pionship finals. (5) Amos 'n Andy 4:00—(2) 'Jim Bowie (5) My Little Margie 4:25—(11) Post-Game Show 4:30—(2) Michaels in Africa (5) It's a Great Life (11) Home Run Derby 5:00—(2) Funday Funnies (4) Convention Preview: Vice • Prenkjent Nixon and hie wife are Interviewed by CBS TV's Walter Cronldte and Ed Mur row. (5) Meet The Press: New York's Gov. Nelson Rockefeller and Senator Barry Goldwater are guests for special hour In terview. (11) Texas Rangers 5:30—(2) Lone Ranger (4) 20th Century: Story of the most unusual landings of World War U in "The Frozen War". (R) (11) Movie: Alec Harvey, Laura Jessen: "Brief Encounter" (1945: English) A chance meeting between a married woman and a doctor leads to a serious affair. EVENING 6:<Mb-(2) These Are The Men: Vice President Nixon and other Republican figures are inter viewed by ABC's BUI Shade!. (4) Lassie (5) Overland Trail: A half-Indian girl resists efforts to send her East to school in "Daughter of the Sioux". (R) 6:30— (2) Maverick: Bart is hired to ramrod a cattle drive by a woman rancher in "Iron Hand". (R) (4) Dennis The Menace: Dennis upsets Mr. Wilson's hopes for a bird club citation. (R) 7:00—(4) Ed Sullivan: Jan Murray, Billy Daniels, Roman and Martin, Bob Lewis, Lloyd Price and band, Jean Carroll Blosson Seeley head talent parade. (5 Music On Ice: (Color) Johnny Desmond host and singer Jane Harvey take a "Carib Holiday". (U) Behind Closed Doors. 7:30-,(2) .Lawman: Troop becomes the hunted when he stalks a rancher's killer in "The Wolfer". (R) (11) Movie: Brian Donlevy, Claire Trevor: "Hoodlum Empire" (1952) Senatorial crime committee unoovers the story of a gangland syndicate. 8:00—(2) The Rebel: Johnn.v tries to help a man who ha* MONDAY, JULY 25 10:<MM«) Republican Convention! John Italy heads ABC team («) Republican Cooven tow Walter Croaklte heads CBS team. {ft) RepubUcau Convention! Chet Huulluy aud David a'M'twfimy tor 11:30—(21 Movie: Hugh Beaumont, Lon Chaney Jr.: "Counterfeiters" (1948) FBI and Scotland Yard team up to trap a gang of counterfeiters. (11) Movie: Arthur Franz, Helena Carter: "Invaders From Mars" (1953) A small town is invaded by creatures from outer space. 12:05—(4) Movie: Paul Muni, Bette Davis: "Bordertown" (1938) An ambitious Mexican becomes a lawyer. 12:15—(4) News 12:20(5) Movie: Leo Carrillo. Lou Albritton: "Danger in the Pacific" (1942) A Government man is sent to a Pacific Island on a secret mission. 12:30-(11) News 1:20—(5) Weather Report l:35-(4) Give Us This Day been called a coward in "He's Only a Boy". (R) (4) GE Theatre: David Wayne stars in "Do Not Disturb". A magazine writer is harried by the noise of two small sons. (R) (5) Mystery Show: (Color) George Brent stars in "1 Know What I'd Have Done". A teacher might have prevented a murder. 8:30—(2) The Alaskanst: Reno and Rocky go after a crooked manager of an opera star in "Winter Song". Marie Windsor (R) (4) Hitchcock Presents: Harry Morgan, Barbara Baxl^y co-star in "Anniversary Gift". A neglected husband turns on his wife. (R) 9:00—(4) Lucy in Connecticut: Lucy regrets giving advice to their neighbors. (R) (5) Loretta Young: A dancing teacher gets a lesson in human understanding in "A New Step". (R) 9:20—(11) News: Bob Lurie 9:30—(2) Johnny Staccato: Johnny matches wits with a deranged man in "Nature of the Night". (R) (4) What's My Line? (5) The Vikings: An important diplomatic mission is complicated by Finn, who wants to help a damsel in distress in "The Diplomat". (11) Open End: "Religion in America Today". Analyzed by four authorities in the field. 10:00—(2) Rendezvous (4) CBS News Special (5) Grand Jury 10:15-(4) News: Max Roby 10:25—(4) Sports: Carmichael 10:30—(2) Movie: Jeronimo Ney nier: "Woman in the Painting' (Italian: 1957) A boy falls in love with a portrait. (4) Movie: Erro!" Flynn: "Dive Bomber" (1941) Naval flying story. 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