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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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B4 Alton Evening Telegraph Saturday, August 19, 1972 SIU board In m ,d Ollt o f oks B.S. in recreation CAR BOND ALE - Southern Illinois University trustees approved a bachelor of science in recreation degree program for the Edwardsvil'e campus Friday after a 30-dny delay to answer questions raised by the hoard executive staff. The degree, first proposed more than a year ago ind often-delayed by both the SIU board and the Illinois Ronul Of Higher Education, won unanimous and unquestioned appiwal at tfie regular trustee meeting in Carbondale. James M. Brown, chief of board staff, told reporters before the meeting Hint questions by his staff were answered following the meeting in Edwardsvillc in July. At that time, the trustees deferred action on the program on recommendations of the board staff. The staff said they needed to know how many .students would be served by the documentation showing a need for the degree. Copies of the board sta'.f recommendation, written by academic program officer Jerome Birdman, were not released to the press under instructions given by Brown. A copy was also not provided W. Deane Wiley, education dean. The program must now be approved by the Illinois Board of Higher Education before it can start at S1UE. On another matter, trustee Earl Walker of Harrisburg asked the board to study organization of SIU's 2-year- old systems office and see if treasurer's functions for the two universities can be moved out of that office and onto the campuses. "I wonder if perhaps these treasurer's functions should not be under the presidents of the campuses and not in a central office," Walker *o!d the Board. Robert Gallegly, boa'-d treasurer, defended the present system, saying it was determined to be the best alternative when the system office was established. The trustees approved an internal operating budget of $112 million for the university that included more than $1 million for the systems office — the largest and highest paid university systems office in the state. The board did not act on Walker's recommendation and he let the matter drop, but told the Telegraph after the meeting that he would "look into the matter further." Si. Joseph's ADMISSIONS Nolan Austin. .1229 Brown Jeffrey Fcnnewnld. Hartford Donald Hsber. 1905 Beall Willie Johnson, 1-119 Monroe Danny Lackey. Wood River Mrs. Kalherine Lovell. West Alton. Mo. Raymond Lovell, West. Alton, Mo. Mrs. Shirley Hay, Godfrey Walter Ri.'ey W i 11 i a m Schlemer, Ed- wardsvillc Lester Warr, 2350 Lincoln Mrs. Lillic Wicks, 1935 Esthre Mrs. Lisa Wright. Brighton DISMISSALS John Cafazza. Wood River Mrs. Linda Campbell, East. Alton Randall Cope. 428 E. 8th Mrs. Martha Glass, East Alton Mrs. Sarah Ingrandc, 222 Westwind Brian Julino, 924 Fountain Alexander McBride, 3416 Milton Mrs. Mary Malone, Cottage Hills John Reid. Edwardsville Mrs. Alda Ruyle, Jerseyville Carl Thackcr, 1014 A Elliot! Mrs. Florence Thompson, Wood River Mrs. Frances Titc, East Alton Raymond Wallace, 8 W. 9th Alton Memorial ADMISSIONS Charles Grceling, Bunker Hill Allen Eisman, Mt. Clare Robert Burrcss, East Alton Leslie Yates, Wood River Cecil Tindall, East Alton Effie Edsall, 2406 Virden Aline Robley, 3218 Edsall LaVerne Dooley, Wood River DISMISSALS Dora Evans, Jerseyville Rosemary McCann, Brighton Josephine Cairns, Brighton tfetty Geerally, lite. 1, Box 194 Catherine Bailey. Godfrey Prie Patterson, 793 Oakwood Mrs. Alice Walls, Bethalto M v s . Mildred Fisher, Eldercare Evelyn Shasteen, Brighton Diane Caldwell, 3147 Lawn Mrs. Sharon Hale, Granite City Robert Randol Jr. 110 E. 13th Mrs. Tula Stephens, Bethalto Michael Hagen, Batchtown Barbara Hodge, Wood River George Stone, Edwardsville Phyllis Helm, Bethalto Brenda Cox, Bethalto Pearl Barham, Cottage Hills St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Kenneth Kohntopp, East Aton Karen Young. Godfrey Mrs. Marguerite Darnell, 2934 Forest Vonna Hardwick, 510 aston Daniel Emery, 1213 Rodemeyer DISMISSALS Frank Sutton, 529 E. 8th Leo Beneze Jr., 5607 Humbert Stanntoii Community ADMISSIONS Telena Cox, Carlinville Patricia Brown, Staunton Evelyn Hainaut, Staunton Paul Schlecte, Alhambra Theresa Osmoe, Mt. Olive cappHorr a Division THE MOKNING b 24'x4b' with 6' x 1'4 "I" 3OO's of other plons. or B^fc your own, or the best of both. PRODUCTS company Forget apartment or tract inconvenience! 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New Douglas DISMISSALS Lucille Valenti, Staunton Frieda Nobbc, Staunton Dossie Elmore, Bethalto Adolph Bartolini, Benld Dominic Bollini, Benld Wood River Township ADMISSIONS Mrs. Una Kevari, Alton Mary Maxeiner, Alton Mrs. Thelma Laws, Hartford Thelma Rowland, East Alton John Rroyles, Alton DISMISSALS Mrs. Susie Hitchey, 243 12th Jeffcry Gleason, 752 Wood River Avc. Billie Roberson, 404 Sotier Larry Primas, Edwardsvillc Paul Scudder, Hartford Kicky Sherwood, 530 Hamilton Terri Myers. Roxana Terri Shoemaker, Cottage Hills Sandra Logan, 600 Third Carlinville Area ADMISSIONS Leroy Sutton, Hettick Kenneth Tosh, Carlinville Diane Rolando, Virden DISMISSALS Anna Rathgeb, Carlinville William Denny, Hettick St. Francis (Lltchfleld) ADMISSIONS Beverly Stipcak, Staunton Martin Jones, Carlinville Terry Heal, Giilespie Louise Hubbard, Mt. Olive Amanda Bauer, Mt. Olive Lacey Wright, Sawyerville Roman Erspamer, Edwardsville DISMISSALS Ed£ar Unverzagt, Dorchester Francis Fravle, Giilespie Marie Jones, Giilespie Vincent Scwab, Carlinville Robert Hcndricks, Raymond John Kruse, Walshville Boyd Memorial (Carrollton) ADMISSIONS Doras Handling, Greenfield Edward Kirbach, Carrollton Alma Woods, Wrights DISMISSALS Mabel March, Carrollton Roy Reno, Kane Edith Stine, Carrollton St. Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS John Stone, Edwardsville Marvin Stilli, Alhambra DISMISSALS Kevin Acra, Edwardsville Mrs. Johanna Bast, Edwardsville Mrs. Lilly Hassmann, Edwardsville Mrs. Ruth Klaustermeier, Alhambra Mrs. Julia Johnson, Granite City Mrs. Henrietta Stieb, Granite City King Hassan not about to change autocratic style By JOHN VINOCUR RABAT, Morocco (AP) — King Hassan II has made clear that the second abortive military coup against him '.n 13 months—this time apparently by his most trust ert army general—will change little in his autocratic style of running Morocco. Hassan's interior minister, Mohammed Benhima, said Friday, "I don't see why we'll change our methods because eight Fos were so crazy as to Iwnib us. Our actions will continue. We will follow our policies." Benhima made the assertion after he called Gen. Mohamed Oufkir the traitor behind the jet fighter attack on the King's plane aitf palace Wednesday. Oufkir, who as defense minister had held powers of martial law following the coup attempt last July against Hassan, took his own life after the latest coup failed, Benhima said. He described it as a "traitor's suicide" und said Oufkir probably had a role in the 1971 assassination attempt. At the same time as Beiihima was su^La'MHii; Uie kiny would continue to ;j.o\ern \\ith complete authority, lie said a rekM'iii program begun last H ; aj wuuld be pursued GOP hotel quarters fortress By HARHY F. IIOSKNTHAL MIAMI BEACH. Fla. (AP) — The Republicans have taken over one of Miami Beach's fanciest hotels for $100,000 and turned it into a fortress. Guards to the left, guards to the right, guards in the hallways and guards outside. The only thing lacking at the 17-floor Doral Hotel is a moat. Security is tight enough to guard a president, but President Nixon isn't staying there during next week's Republican National Con- v c n t i o n . His wife and daughters will be a few doors away at the bigger, flashier Fontainebleau. To get into the Doral you must show a badge. To walk around, you must be escorted. Incredulous newsmen asked the reason. The answer was that the Republican National Committee staff needs privacy and, anyway, an escort would get one to the right people quicker. One newsman, being escorted to the hotel sales manager's office, was stopped eight times to show identification. So was the escort, an official of the committee. A month ago, when Democratic presidential hopefuls and their staffs were here, the Doral was headquarters for Sen. George McGovern. A happy informality reigned— kids in sunsuits, tieless staff members and a lot of bustling. McGovern had three floors for himself and his staff. The Republicans took over the whole hotel—420 sleeping rooms at $30 to $80 a night, ballrooms that can seat 1,300, Starlight Roof, Iberian Conference Rooms, the Spanish Court Yard and all the things the Doral advertises as "facilities in the sun." The latter includes the hotel's private stretch of Atlantic Ocean. "It's a new concept for us, too," said David Johnson, the D o r a 1' s general sales manager. "It's very difficult to empty a hotel for a specific- group." And, he added, somewhat wistfully, it's just as hard to fill it again after the big show. The hotel expects nine of the 12 Cabinet officers and their staffs. The White House public communications office, headed by Herb Klein, already is in the Penthouse. Johnson called the Republicans "extra well organized and experienced." The McGovern people, he said, were not. The $100,000, Johnson said, is an estimate for the cost of housing committee people, from an advance contingent that arrived July 24, to the full staff that will be there until the convention ends next Wednesday. Inch-by-inch fighting Northern Ireland's protestants set for Belfast march South Vietnamese Marines move up past wreckage of weeks ago. They are consolidating (heir control and a military truck during fighting in Quang Tri city, cleaning out small pockets of North Vietnamese re- Marines have been in almost daily contact since tak- sistance. Vehicle was knocked out in fighting during ing over in city from paratrooper units some two fall of city in May. (AP Wirephoto) Obituaries Paria BELFAST (AP) — Northern I r 1 e a n d ' s Protestant ext r e m i s t s planned a provocative march in Belfast today even as the main Catholic party in the province branded them murderers. The Ulster Defense Associ- a t i o n , UDA, Protestant equivalent of the Catholics' Irish Republican Army, was condemned in a statement by the Social Democratic and Labor parties. "It is public knowledge," the big Catholic party said, "that a very large number of victims of the sectarian assassination squads are innocent people who have been stopped by UDA patrols, asked their religion, and cold- bloodedly murdered." The party warned that unless the British authorites, headed by Secretary of State William Whitelaw, take urgent action against such killings, it will have "no alternative but to hold the administration responsible for these deaths." That could spell an end to peace taiks that Whitelaw is trying to organize between both of Ulster's communities. Assassins have killed more than 70 men, both Catholic and Protestant, in unsolved shootings over the past five months. The Catholic party statement made no mention of the killings carried out by the IRA and its guerrillas. Uniformed members of the UDA, which claims 40,000 active personnel, spent Friday checking cars entering and leaving Protestant precincts of Belfast. They refused entry to strangers. The UDA parade was to be a n open challenge to Whitelaw, who has decreed that the wearing of paramilitary uniforms will not be tolerated. The British were in a dilemma because a powerful upsurge of violence in the Protestant community might accompany an arrest of UDA leaders. Three deaths Friday raised the toll to 514 in Northern Ireland's three-years of religious warfare. Philip Fay, 23-year-old Catholic hotel waiter, was killed by five bullets in the doorway of a friend's house in a Protestant area of East Belfast. The IRA Provisional wing claimed credit for shooting two British soldiers dead on the streets of Belfast. Snipers picked off one at a roadblock and the second as he returned in the back seat of a jeep from visiting an injured friend. Guerrillas bombed an Army observation post in a Belfast residential area, injuring three civilians in a hail of shattering glass. Afterward, a crowd gathered, shouting at the troops. Miss Edurada Parra, 61, of 1424'Pear! St., Alton, died at St. Joseph's Hospital. She was born Oct. 13, 1910 in Mexico. There are no survivors. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Staten Funeral Home where the Rosary will be at 8 p.m. Sunday. A funeral mass will be at 9 a.m. Monday at St. Mary's Catholic Church and burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. 9 p.m. Sunday at Streeper Funeral Home, where funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Monday. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Lovell Tudor EDWARDSVILLE — Mrs. Helen Tudor, 54, died at 6:45 p.m. Friday at her home at 903 Prickett Ave. Weber Funeral Home is handling the funeral arrangements, which remain pending. Kelly Verble Kelly, 67, who lived in Terre Haute, Ind. for the past five years, died at 8 p.m. Friday at the Canterberry Nursing Home in Terre Haute. He was born Sept. 24, 1904 in Saline County, 111. His wife, Sue Kelly, died 10 years ago. Surviving are three brothers, Vcllmer of Norris City, III, Vestle and Victor, both of Alton; and two sisters, Mrs. Verda Laughland and Mrs. Violet Budde, both of Alton. Friends may call from 7 to WEST ALTON - Angela Lynn Lovell, 9-month-old daughter of Raymond and Katherine Lovell of Rte. 1, Alton, was pronounced dead on arrival at 1:30 p.m. Friday at St. Joseph's Hospital after a car4ruck accident. She was born on Nov. 3, 1971 at St. Joseph's Hospital. In addition to her parents, she is survived by grandparents, Mrs. Elsie Schallenberg of West Alton, Billie Lovell of Hickory Hills, 111., Mrs. Joyce Taylor of West Alton. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Burke Funeral Home, Alton, with the Rev. Harold Skipper officiating. Burial will be in Ebennezer Cemetery, West Alton. Friends may call from 3 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Vito; two sons, John of Edwardsville and Michael of Giilespie; a daughter, Mrs. Hose Mary Tebbe of Benld; a brother, Tom Blythc of Bcnkl; two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Becker of Chicago and Mrs. Margaret Steward of Benld; and nine grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Union Funeral Home in Benld with the Rev. Arthur Hurry officiating. Burial will be in Benld City Cemetery. Friends may call after 5 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Guzevich Wolf WORDEN - George W. "Abe" Wolf, 73, of Worden, died at 12:50 a.m. today at Mt. Vernon, 111. Hospital after a long illness. Mr. Wolf was a former employe of the lumber yard in Edwardsville. He was born Dec. 18, 1898 in Worden. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Millie Moulin of Worlen, Mrs. Leona Bishop and Mrs. Bertha Olive, both of Zeigler, III; nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Williamson Funeral Home in Worden. Lacopo SAWYERVILLE - Mrs. Ann Leona Lacopo, 59, of Sawyerville, died at 6 p.m. Friday at Springfield Memorial Hospital. She was born Feb. 7, 1913 in Illinois. Surviving are her husband, Man booked for intoxication A 24-year-old man with two addresses, was arrested by Alton police on a charge of intoxication Thursday night. Dennis Floyd Ralston with addresses at 300 Shamrock St., East Alton, and 202 Stevenson St., South Hoxana, was arrested at 10:30 p.m. as he was staggering in the street in the 900 block of Milton Road, police said. BENLD — Mrs. .Tosephina J. Guzevich, 84, of 100 Oak St., Benld, died at 6:25 p.m. Friday at St. John's Hospital in Springfield. She was born June 12, 1888 in Lithuania. Surviving are a son, John of Benld; three daughters, Mrs. Juliette Moore of Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Josephine Verna of Benld and Mrs. Patricia Richeley of Cleveland, Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Valerie Renkus of Albert Lea, Minn.; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral mass will be at 9:30 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Benld with the Rev. Ralph S. Guido as celebrant. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Giilespie. Visitation will begin after 4:30 p.m. Sunday at the Union Funeral Home in Benld where the Rosary will be at 5 p.m. Sunday. Woolsey survivors Based on information given by the funeral home, the brothers and sisters of William Woolsey were omitted in Friday's obituary. They are Ed Woolsey of Kane, Pearl Woolsey of Alton, George Woolsey of California, Mrs. Laurleen Greene and Mrs. Eunice Long, both of Jerseyville and Mrs. Irene Martin of Carrollton. Smith — Synonym tor Service Off limits in Miami Tli.- plush Doral Beadi Hotel oil Miami lieaeli is under yuard as (op-level Republicans take it over for their use dur- ing GOP National Wirephoto) Convention. (AP Home Superior Ambulance Service

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