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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 10,1963 Obituaries Rchc Funeral Home after 7 p.m. today Funeral services will br at the funeral home at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday with the Rev. C. L. Gruver. pastor of (ho Alton Gospel Taber died Feb. 18. 1ft.i1. Mr. Burns was employed by Millers Mutual for L'.i years. HP is survived by two sons. Robert and John, both of Alton; one daughter. Mrs. Edith Bowman of Alton: and two sisters. Miss Dorothy Burns of Alton and Mrs. Arthur Hart man of St. Louis. in Valhalla Memorial Park. nacle. in charge. Burial will hej'» addition to his wife and par- lents. IIP was preceded in death by three sisters and three brothers. Friends may call at the Staten Chapel after 4 p.m. today. The I Rev. James Pierson will conduct: Mrs. Cora M. Smith, 81, of 1S24; fl]npra| ,. itps a , 2 p nl T uesda\ Smith at 9 a.m. Tuesday from St. Cecelia's Church, Glen Carbon, by HIP Rev. Father Paul Hebenstrcit. pastor. Friends may call tonight at the Lesley Marks Funcial Home. Burial will be in Sunset Hill Cemetery. Stelbrink a son. Stanley, both from Lutesville. He is. also, survived by two brothers. Emil of Alton and The Hev. Odis Cooper of East Alton; three sisters. Mrs. Agnes Farmer of Glen Allen, Mo.. Mrs. Mildred Lile of East Alton, and Mrs. Bloomie Blaten of Californit. Kane Miss Anna Stelbrink. 90. of Mi-' :hapl. died Saturday evening at: ji'pcn Lawn Nursing Home in; lerseyville, where she had lived; EDWARDSVILLE - Mrs. Ella) Amelia Kane. 73. died at her I home. 41S N. Buchanan, at 8::M She was "torn in Calhoun Ooun-|P- m - Sunda ^ shc was horn Feb - 'or three years. Herman C. Rebe, fi3. of 804 Liberty St.. a resident of Alton the past ?,:•> years, died Sunday at 8:50 a.m. in an Alton hospital. He line! been ill the past few months. He was the former proprietor of the East End Clothing Store at -13<J E. Broadwav, which he, , , _ „ operated for 15 years. He was ;Mnrket St.. d,ed a. 7:a, p.m. F n-, in st . Pall |- s horn in Collinsville. a son of thtjda.v in SI. Joseph's Hospital. Slid Burial will he late Mr. and Mrs. John G. Relic.:was born in Rippley. Teim. | 0: Cemetery. Mr. Rehe was a memher of the i Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Majors. She Alton Gospel Tabernacle. He was has been a resident of Alton Inr, horn April 24, 1900. Me issurviv i'10 years. She is Hie widow of cd by two sisters: Mrs. Emma!Robert Sniilh. Selkirk of Alton and Mrs. Louisej She was preceded in death by; In 'II hca Fuchs of St. Louis. [her parents and husband, four, 1 Mrs. Agnes E. Lieffmg. "•!'jwith the Rev. Waller Dettisch of-l S( . hw .,| m _ both of Edwardsvi | le _ Friends may call at Streeper|sislers and one brother. !Union, died al her home at b:.)0 ficiating. Burial will he in St. Funeral services will be al 8:301 Home in Bunker Hill. The Rev. Paul Hesterburg of Gillispie will conduct funeral services Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment will be in Bunker Hill Cemetery. Hilton Ex-Teamster Local Head Is Convicted CHICAGO (APi A former Mrs. Norton J. Hilton, 82, thel pr , esident of one of James R ' Hof " former Clara Stanforth of Alton, died Sunday afternoon in a Chi- icago, was a resident of Alton unmade her home with a son, the Rev. Dr. Randall Hilton in Chi- fa's Teamsters Union locals was convicted today of receiving cash and a luxury automobile from an employers organization. The Tafl-Hartley Labor Law forbids union representatives Episcopal Church. | ly ,|, n Daughter o f ( |, e ] a ( e Mr.! I. 1890 in Pin Oak Township, theleago. was a resident ot Alton util|from taking payements of any the Upper Alton|. lnr , Ml . Si John , shr was! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William la member of St. Michael's Church.: Hlll1S( . ho . >shr WHK married j The body is at C. C. Hanks j , amp .,, K ., no Jlmp 21 m -., I'tmcral Home. Ilardin, where friends may call after .'5:.'iO p.m. to Surviving in addition to her today. Sen-ices will he at SI. Mi-j husband are two sisters. Mrs. for the past year, ! i; | ut cr.s Church Tuesday at 9 a.m.. j,Joseph Drexelius and Mrs. Louis tocltiv. p.m. Tuesday in the Bagbee Funeral Home. Burial will be 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Oak wood Cemetery. Friends may call after 12 Ansclni Cemetery in Kampsvillc.; The Rev. R. F. Tormohlcn will noon Tuesday home. Burns She WHS born in Alton Oct. 28. ] The Rosary will be recited at! 1880 thr daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah O'.Sullivan. In 1908. slip was married to Peter at the funeral Liefferig; he died June 2;i, 195fi. Shc was a membei of St. Patrick's Catlmlic- Church Altar So ciety. She is survived by two nieces. Mrs. Kathleen Kclso of Alton, and | Mrs. Julia Banks of Godfrey. She the funeral home at 8 p.m. today. Wombles conduct funeral services at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Lesley Marks Funeral Home. Interment will be Wood lawn Cemetery. Friends til 10 years ago. itype. except wages. Slip was born May 14, 1881, in; Edward J. Donovan. 60. former Ohio, daughter of the late William jPresident of Local 755, Chicago, and Mary Stanforth. She was mar-i"'as convicted by a U.S. District ried in 1904 in Alton to the late| Collrl .i» lr . v which reached a ver- Rcv. Norton J. Hilton. She attended Alton public schools and Shurtlel'f College and was a member of First Baptist Church for many years. Mrs. Hilton was active in women's organizations of the church and served on state boards in sev- Gporgr Franklin Burns. 1824 )was p] . e( .^ ed Ml doath hv j Washington Ave, died at 4:30 p.m. j „,. , )p| . hllsband . three jSalurday at St. Joseph's Hospital. ^ . md onp brot| , e| , [where 1 IIP was a patient four weeks. Otis Wombles, 80. died early today at his home in Pittsfieldi where lie had been in ill health loi several months. HP is survived bv four children. may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday. j nl ' al capacities in Baptist Women's organizations. Survivors include two sons, The Rev. Dr. Hilton and Norton Hil- Martin diet Friday. The sealed decision was opened before Judge Bernard Decker at the resumption of court today. The government alleged that Donovan received a car and $7,584 from the United Film Carriers Association, an employer of truck drivers affiliated with Donovan's local. Donovan's lawyer, George Callaghan, contended Donovan worked for the association as a public relations man and and that the Terms Financial Distress of Farmer Fiction NEW YORK (API-Trie financial distress attributed to American farmers "is largely a fi& tion." says a prominent agricultural economist. He urges the nation's policy makers to pay more attention to city dwellers' needs The city dweller, adds Edward Highee. finds it hard to under stand why his tax dollars shoulr go to support agricultural subsidy programs in which he say? the rich gel richer and the poor get poorer. The University of Rhode Island educator says he believes that the urhanite, who assumes a ion's share of the bill, eventually will tall the farmer he'll have to loe his row without federal price supports. Higbee, a professor of land itilization. drew the conclusions n a study released Sunday by he Twentieth Century Fund, a oundation doing research on cur- •ent economic and social ques- ions. His report said federal price JERSEYVILLE - Gerald Mar . ... tin son of Mr. and Mrs. Vei-non!' 0 " ° r Poland, Ore.; and two,., wat , p h«T '•' ;,..;;. -•'.• — •- •••.Martin of Jerseyville. was p rt> .; grandchildren ' Mrs. Wl ham Sorensen Of East A1-: , , , , . . . . M..^ Hillnn's hndv will arrive ' ... _ •.,. , nouiiced dead al birth at Jersey " lls - tllllo " s "°"> «"' aiine n ,.,. . „. -- - -». ,T, !'?' r ''""'I p .in i Community llispllal. Surviving in i' 11 Alto " Frida - v - Th(? ^ lomnv -'lrial. Donovan's bond of S3.00oimarket, he maintained. was a pane.it_ fou. . ,,,,„„,,, ^ rvi ^ K win b( . COM ., Llarksvilie. Guy of East Alton,. idcij(jon (o hjs ^ ^ fom ,,Q u inn Mortuary will be in charge. : contimlp(1 ! The report .said He was a patient in St.| duc , ed a( n am NV ednc.sday in^d B(;rl ot hpnngfield. He «-aM bl . othpl . s Mil . hapl DenniK D . llljo | ;There will he a memorial service! __. Anthony's Hospital for one_weekj st Patrick's Catholic Church.! preceded in death by his wite,, and D . n : jc| _ anf| onp sJ5 . tc ' r Bn , n ;jat the First Baptist Church al L'i 'Lilacs' On Knnd iton of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.: a-., t| . ouble shootpr idaiiKhtcr. Mrs. Carolyn Harring., t | u , paympMts | nu . s amounted to supports are excessive in cost land do not accomplish their in- Judse Decker sel June 21 jorlanded purpose. They should be ,a hearing on a motion for a 'iewi abandoned in favor of a free preceding his transfer to St. Joseph's. He was born in Alton Feb. 22, 1878. to Mr. and Mrs. John Burns. He was married to the former Mary Emily Kellenberger. who, 1 Friends may call at the family ; *e former Myrtle Utt. home. 937 Union, after 4 p.m.; Tuesday. The Rosary will be re-j da. HEAT WAVE TO STAY Says the Weatherman INSULATE WHILE IT'S HOT cited at 8 p.m. Tuesday, will be in St. Patrick's Ceme-j jtery. j The St. Patrick's Ladies Altar j Society will meet for parish Rosary al S p.m. Tuesday. Armstrong CARROLLTON — Mrs. Alta Armstrong died at 9:30 p.m. Sun-, day in the Towerview Nursing! Home. She was born Dec. G, 1892.,' She was the widow ot Gex>rge! i Armstrong who died in 1961. She is survived by two daught- Funeral services were al 10 a.m. i Anfler!son ' P ilslor today in the Gubser Funeral ! •Homo. Burial was in Ficldon Cem-, i ptery. jp.m. Friday, with the Rev. Orrin. NKW YORK l/P '" Shrier McGuiimess |of Lynn Riggs' "Greene Grow th {Lilacs" KOPS on a tour of clubs, !.schools and colleges next October- iNovember under sponsorship of 'the- American Acadamy of Dra- report said government I subsidies go predominantly to the . , . | prosperous "upper enisl" of A production , . ... .. , , ,. r ^ L , American agncitllure that doesn I. EDWARDSVILLE — A |em high mass for St, Mary'si-^ G:oO p.m. Saturday at the Tower Abram ers. Mrs. Donald Early of White j v ie w'Nursing ~Home,~BunW Hill'. EDWARDSVILLE - Joseph | Hall, and Mrs. Ear] Prill of Jer-| she was thp daughter of the late ,.._... „„ ., ^ ,•-. S p yvlll e. she had nine grandchil-j M] . anr| Mrs Matlhew Fahren . krog. and was born Feb. 2, 1878, in Shipman. She was the widow i Parish and friends will be read BUNKER HILL - Mrs. Emma' af 9:SO a ' m ' Wednesday for the Shrier. 85. of Dorchester died a t! re P° se of tlle soul ° r 1he Rev Father Paul McGuinness. 81. former pastor of the church, who Abram. 82, of Glen Carbon, died at 10:55 a.m. Saturday at St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, where dren. She is also survived by a sister, Mrs. Opal Hubble of She is survived by two daught- he had been a patient five weeks, j Springfield and a brother, Oran, of! 0| . Charles Sclmer A retired machinist and coal min-1 Glasgow. er. he had been a resident of. The Rev. Kenneth Steelman of| ers _ Mrs chades Mod]i Shj len Carbon 4o years. | Mendota will conduct funeral rites, man and Mrg Esthpr Suh]j Born Aug. lo. 1880 at Troil , at ~> p.m. Wednesday at thej Bunkpr Hi ,, ; anf) one sigtei . Mfs i Italy, a son of the late Daniel i Simpson Funeral Home. Burial and Rose Abram. he was mar-[will •ied April 30, 1923, to Miss Mary jtery is-truck company will en !oy recent Academy graduates. Rev. Bishop William A. O'Connor. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery. The Rev. MeGuinness has been died at 1:45 a.m. Sundav at St.! a resident of the Regina Cleri need them. Some lifi per cent of the nation's fanners are in the marginal category financially, it added, but gel only 7 per cent of the subsidies. Requiem Mass for George J. Thomas Requeim High Mass was sung for George J. Thomas at 10 a.m. today in St. Patrick's Catlmlic Church. Father John Crosson wns celebrant. Father David Peters, deacon, and Father Frank Westoff, sub-deacon. Interment was in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Joseph Dromgoole, Roy Geltz, Harry Patton, Robert Muckerman, Jay Delano, and William Fabianic. MANILA — Peace Corps workers in the Philippines report they are not being well received. Spending Up WASHINGTON — Spending by the Department of Agriculture is estimated up 500% since 1953. POWERFUL PLUNGER CLEARS CLOGGED TOILETS in o Jiffy/ NEVER AGAIN that tide feellnf when your tdll«t overflowi TOILAFLEX Toilet {SJfM«i«J Plunger Unlike ordinary plungert, TbiUfiex does not permit comprejued air or messy water to splash back or escape. With Ibilaflex the full pressure plows hrough the clogging masi and •wishes it down. Can't miss I • DESIGNED TO FLEX AT ANY ANOLC • RECESSED RIM TRAPS AIR * WATEft • CENTERS ITSELF, CAN'T SKID AROUND • TAPERED TAIL GIVES AIR-TIQHT FIT Got the *O AC Genuine Toiliflex' *jC oa AT HARDWARE STORES EVERYWHERE John's Hospital, St. Louis. The Rev. Frs. Ralph Guido and John tor of St. Mary's Church, will be the celebrant, assisted by the Rev. Mrs. Ralph Guido and John Spreen. pastor and assistant pastor of St. Boniface Church. Enjoy your home these hot summer months! Sleep c o o J these hot summer nightsl J-M "Blown" Rock Wool Home Insulation can keep your rooms up to 15° cooler. Cut air conditioning costs 50 %! Get the whole story . . . Write or phone for your FREE copy of thii big illustrated book. Just ask for "COMFORT THAT PAYS FOR ITSELF." Dalpez. who survives. Two sons, Joseph Jr., of Uniontown, Pa., and Albert of Englewood, Calif., also survive. There are four surviving grandchildren and four Teat-grandchildren. A requiem mass will be read GERSMAN & CO. Blown Insulation by JOHNS-MANVILLE 2643 EAST BROADWAY 4 p ' m - a " d 7 t0 9 P ' m - Tuesdai ' Following the mass, (he body j John Hauschild of Dorchester. She| will lie in stale at (he church recited at The office of i " he m Carrolllon C ' ly Ceme - leaves five grandchildren and four! with the rosni-v to be cry. Iriends may call from 2 to greatgrandchildren. Her husband 8 p.m. Thursday. Th p ' m - a " d 7 Cooper and three brothers preceded her in death. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today at the Jacoby-Wise Funeral the dead will be read at 10:30 a.m. Friday and a pontifical high mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Friday by the Right In ill health for a year, Osroe Cooper died at his home in Lutes ville, Mo., Sunday at 6:50 a.m. He was born in Glen Allen, Mo., March 9, 1904. His widow is the Rev. Edith Cooper. In addittion to his wife, he is survived by a daughter. Joan, and CORNS-CALLUSES LIFT RIGHT OFF IN 30 MINUTES HO 5-6711 ALTON-WOOD RIVEU JBEIHALIO Cut Flowers Floral Arrangements Member F.T.D. LEO WILLIS JR. Alton Floral Phone 4tifi-r>38 Evening 46B-3BI7 Say "goodbye" to taming corns and palntul cal(uses thai make you limp around in torture. 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