Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 4, 1960 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENttm TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AUGUST 4,1960 Obituaries P. C.Oden Plonrty Clifton Oden. 71. o( Mozter. father of Loren Oden of Alton, , died at 11:30 a.m. tt<>d- rwsdt* Ift the Pittsfleld Hospl tal. He had- been in declining health for some timr. and a patient in the hospital for two days. Mr. Odrn had been employed as a blacksmith for se\ernl y^ars. and more recently hud been engaged in woodcraft. He was born on April 25. 1SS9 IP Bellpview, a son of the late Elins and Elanor Oden. He was married in 1931 to Mrs. Mabel Hravner. who survives. Also surviving, in addition to his widow. Mabel, and son. Loren, are a daughter. Mrs. Lewis Clendenny of Mozier: three sis teni; a brother; four grandchi!- drefi and two great-grandchM- dren. One son preceded him in death. Funeral rites will be conducted al 10 a.m. Friday in the Mozier Christian Church, of which Mr. Oden was a member. Burial will be in Summit Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Lowe 'Funeral rites for Mrs. Daisy Lowe. 79, a former long time resident of Wood River, who died Tuesday at Farmington, Mo., will be conducted Friday at 10:30 a.m., in Streeper Fu- Ave. The Rev. Howard Todd Rock Hudson No Runaway Movie Star B> BOB THOMAS AF MovfeTV Writer. HOLLYWOOD (/Pi - I? Ro>-k Hudson -a runaway War? "No." he replied, but he isn't pointing a finger at those who have been ailed that. The Hollywood craft unions have been bitterly declaiming the continued shift of movie productions abroad. Tlieir latest strategy is an attack on what Ihey call runaway stars. Top target is William Holden. who reportedly will not make a film in the United States because it \\ould endanger the tax advantage of his official Switzerland residence. The craft unions are affiliated with l.A.-i T.S.E.. which also includes the ! nation's theater projectionists., and there have been threats of j •i boycott of the wandering ac- j tors. ! i Rock just finished a film In Mexico. He is leaving nexj iveek for another in Italy. Early next year, he will make a movie' n Java. Thus Hollywood's No. 1 box ol- office star will be making pic- Asks $5,300 In Suit Over Dop Bite EDWARDSVILLE-J. T. Hol- imn of 134 Canterbury Avc., Relhalto. was named defendant An in a $5.300 lawsuit filed late East Oakland street was ablaze Wednesday in circuit over a Gas Truck Afire; No One Hurt OAKLAND. Calif. AP - for 15 minutes Wednesday night xvlipn a gasoline tnitk i-auRht fire. Flames streamed 500 feet. Dale Palmer. .'18, stepped through the flames to the truck and shut off the gas valve, enabling other firemen to control the fire. "It was a close one." said Capt. Renzo Balaasi. "If that truck had gone, so would a lot of firemen." Robert Smith. 33, driver of the 6,500-gallon truck, said he found three smudge pots burning near the station when he drove up to unload. He extinguished two pols but said he figured the third one was distant enough to be safe. I "dog bite" incident at Bethalto last April 6. Plaintiffs in the case were James Wesley Griffin, a minor, and his father, Melvln Wesley Griffin. They alleged that Holman's dog bit James Wesley Griffin on the lip and face outside premises at. 103 Bethalto Boulevard, Bethalto, last April 6, causing deep lacerations and disfiguring scqrs. Damages of $5.000 were asked for injuries to the minor son and the father requested a $300 judgment against the defendant for hospital and medical expenses. FINALCLEARANCE flin ITOMSIM MKKINO FRANKLIN iUNION 300 EAST BROADWAY, ALTON NO MONEY DOWN BIG VALUE! Sale! it will more than two years, since he was rites after which interment will! take place in Upper Alton Cemetery. Friends may call at the BM I in not making pictures out of the country because of taxes," Hudson said. "My residence is still Lido Isle. Cali' iornia ' and work abroad to make more nicmey. It's the tax structure that's to blame. "I can buy a business asso-i ciate a Cadillac and that's de- funeral home after 7 p.m. to-j day. » Mrs. Lowe, who died three 1 Hudson added: "1 don't blame days before her eightieth'birth-j the actors who prefer to live day anniversary, was the widow m ' H ""•>->•• «>—-•* <- -~> of Edward A. Lowe. She moved from Wood River to Missouri in 1931 follosving the death of her husband. . ~v.«uiav, mi u mat s ae- Previous to entering a hospi-jductible. But if 1 buy my moth-, tal at Farmington, Mo., she had er a dress, that's not deductible.! resided at St. James, Mo. T^O,.,,',. „ n. ; — Among survivors is a foster- son. Colbert E. Shelton, of Ballwin, Mo. FLATS Values to $5.59 $999 2 Panel Style Baby Crib Extra high twin droptide . . . modern ihaped head and foot panel* protect against drafts . . . odjuitable spring to fit bob/'* growth t . . A REAL VAIUEI VACATION BOUND? Then hurry In for fhi* 5-PIECE CHROME DINETTE $ 58 Save now on this big handsome dinette and also get the coffeemaker for only $1. Joseph Day HARDIN — In failing health for a number of years, Joseph Day, 77, a retired postal clerk, died at 12:25 p.m. Wednesday In the Jersey Community Hospital, where. ly he had been a patient for onej day. A son of the Wte Bartholomew and Mary Lynch Day, he was born on July 13,1883 in Hamburg. He had resided in Hamburg all his life 'until moving to Hardin two yearfi ago. There's something wrong with the system." He argued that the actors sut- ler most from the system, because their high earning span is from five to ten years. Rock said that in his 12 years in, films he has been unable to lay away any savings. He has been paid well during the past few years, but his earnings have been in straight salary and hence high- Father menf Henry be His wife, the former Miss Ella Fowler, to whom he was married in 1911, survives him, as does a daughter, Miss Helen Day and a son, Joseph Jr., both of Hardin and four grandchildren. Friends may call at the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home, here, after 10 a.m. Friday. Rites will be conducted at 9 a.m. Saturday in St. Norbert's Church, by the Rev. Knoedler. Inter- in St. Michael's Cemetery. The Rosary will be recited Friday evening in the funeral home. Mrs. Mary Taul Mrs. Mary C. Taul, 82, widow of Eli M. Taul, a former longtime resident of Park avenue, died at 10:20 a.m. today in the Dressier Nursing 'Home. Previous to entering the nursing home two weeks ago, she had resided at the home of a son. Theodore, at 1501 Sparks; and more recently had been a patient in St. Anthony's Hospital for two months. Born on Dec. 8, 1877, in Casey County, Ky., she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Whethington. She attended the schools there, and in 1898 was married to Eli Taul. They came to Alton in 1918. Mrs. Taul is survived, in addition to hef son, Theodore, by, three other sons, Paul M., of East Alton, John E., Edwardsville and Golan of Alton, two daughters, Mrs. Curtis O'Connor, Phoenix, Ariz., Mrs. Frank Weber, St. Louis, 36 grandchildren and 51 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Auury Roach, CJuverport, Ky., .and u brother, GoJan Wethington of Tucson, Ariz. A son, Roy and a daughter, Lorene, one brother. Elmer and her husband, Eli preceded her in death. The body is al the Staten Chapel where friends maj call RED, BEIGE, BLACK PATENT, WHITE DRESS SHOES Values to $10.95 $C85 $£85 ^ ' «Hi W Fred Lawless Rites Conducted Following rites Wednesday a I 2 p.m. in Gent Chapel the body of Fred Lawless was interred' in Melville Cemetery. The Rev. Paul S. 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