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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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B-4 Alton Evening Telegraph Saturday, August 2G, 1972 Findley to campaign in 4 counties J E R S E Y V I L L E Congressman Paul Findley has scheduled appearances in Jersey, Greene. Cnlhoun and Macoupin County communities for the first thrc days of next week. Aug. 28-30, to meet citizens and discuss with them nny legislative or personal problems thoy may have Involving the federal government. Findley will be either nt his mobile office or at the post offices of the de-signaled towns on the following schedules: Monday. 5 p.m. Pleasant Hill; Tuesday fl a.m. Kampsville; in a.m. Hardin; 12 noon, Jorscyville; 2 p.m. C ar ro 111 on ; 3:30 p.m.; p.m. and 5:30 p.m. New Roodhousc: 4:30 Waverly Berlin. Wednesday 8:30 a.m. Williamsville; 9:30 a.m. Rochester; 11 a.m., Auburn; 1 p.m. Farmersville, 2 p.m. Waggoner and 3 p.m. Litchfield. He will meet consituents in Room 205 in the Federal Building at. Sixth and Monroe Streets in Springfield between fi a.m. and noon Wednesday. A feather in his cap t ~o — 7T" 1 "™" c< "-mZ m " *^^~~" ** • «" !f J "Kt '> - Jscn. George S. McGovern, the Democratic presidential nominee, listens Friday as Rep. Delia S. Abzub of New York makes her remarks to a meeting of the National Citizens Committee for McGovRrn-Shriver— a woman's group. Rep. Abzug, a "lame cluck" congresswoman, is co-chairwoman of the group. Bella wears a hat ornamated with a feather-shaped decoration. (AP Wirephoto) Promoted Lane W. White has been promoted to the position of assistant selecting shift foreman at the Alton plant of Owens-Illinois, Inc. He held the position of chief lehr attendant in the Selecting Department until his recent appointment. Lane, and his wife, Irene, live at 422 Augusta, Alton. Shriver campaign too efficient CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) — Sargent Shriver's vice presidential campaign became almost too efficient when local Democrats interested in publicizing the candidate asked a young man if he'd like to meet Shriver. "I'm with Shriver ... I'm his son," Bobby Shriver told the politicians. He had accompanied his father on a campaign swing here Friday. - Spaghetti supper The College Avenue Presbyterian Church Youth Fellowship is sponsoring a spaghetti supper and praise service Sunday at the church. The supper will begin at 5 p.m. followed by the music- oriented service at 7:30. The program, entitled a ''Youth Happening for Christ," will feature soloists and ensembles from various churches in the Alton and St. Louis areas. David Rosen, youth director of College Avenue, will conduct the service, with the Rev. Arnold Leverenz, pastor of the church, leading a hymn-sing. Donation for the dinner is 50 cents. Those attending are asked to bring a simple salad or dessert to share. Concert The Gospel Four Quartet will appear in a conceit of gospel music Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at the Bethel Free Will Baptist Church, Sinclair and High St., South Roxana. Guy Tucker, a 15-year old preacher, will be the speaker at the youth emphasis service, open to the public. Crosby upstaged NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) Bing Crosby, on a safari in the wilds of Kenya, was upstaged by his teen age (laughter when she shot a killer crocodile which had been terrorizing local people. The crooner said his daughter, Mary Frances, 15, had never done any shooting before. But she killed the croc by "pumping one bullet through its eye. Now she's thinking of retiring, after that glorious episode." appoints McCarthy 5 women WASHINGTON (AP) — Accusing President Nixon of "laughing at the rights of women," Sen. George McGovern has added five women to his male-dominated campaign staff. McGovern planned a quiet weekend at his Washington residence. The Democratic presidential candidate Friday named Ann Martindell, who had been a chairwoman of the New Jersey convention delegation, as deputy campaign director and Texas liberal Frances ''Sissy" Farenthold co- chainvoman of the largely honorary National Citizens Committee for McGovern- Sh river. Rep. Bella S. Abzug of New York City and actress Shirley MacLaine were named co- chairwomen of a committee to advise McGovern on women's issues, and Anne Wexler, who had been McGovern's convention floor leader, was named head of voter registration efforts, a job McGovern called "the most important single task" of his campaign. The South Dakota senator said Nixon has given only 105 of the 12,000 top government policy jobs to women. "Nixon'r. been a disastrous failure in doing anything for the women of this country," he said. Morgan William Morgan, 66, of 2294 Hawthorne Blvd., Alton, died at 2 a.m. Friday at St. Mary's Hospital in East St. Louis where he had been for three days. He had been ill five 2 charged in break-in attempt EDWARDSVILLE — Two youths attempting a break • in at a Godfrey house Friday morning were apprehended following a foot-chase by a Madison County deputy who fired four shots from a riot gun in an unsuccessful effort to stop the youths. Reports from the sheriff's department stated that Deputy Ted Russo fired four blasts from his shotgun at the fleeing youths. Russo said he fired over the youths' heads and did not try to wound them. A 15-year-old Godfrey youth and a 16-year-old Alton youth were apprehended later. Russo said he recognized the Godfrey juvenile and when Russo entered the youth's home, the deputy found the youngster attempting to hurriedly change clothes. After the youth was questioned, Alton police were asked to apprehend the youth's companion. Both juveniles were being held in the county detention home. The incident occurred at 1803 Arrowhead Drive, Godfrey. The owner of the house, Larry Cole, was at work. Addis F. McCarthy, 60, of 417 Ridge in Alton died Friday at 8:45 a.m. He had been ill since May, 1972. He was a pipefitter at Shell Oil Co. for 34 years and was a member of Pipefitters Local 553. He was born in Alton, May 22, 1912, married the former Miss Leola Schleeper, July 26, 1941, in St. Patrick's Church in Alton where he was a member, and attended St. Patrick's School. He was in the U. S. Army for four years during World War II. He won a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart while serving in Italy. Beside his widow, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Robert (Nancy) Swinney of Alton; three sisters, Mrs. Eileen Plager of Godfrey, Mrs. Norma Hewitt of Alton and Mrs. Wandia Pulliam of Florissant, Mo.; two grandchildren. Friends may call at Staten Funeral Home Sunday from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held at St. Patrick's Church Monday at 10 a.m., and burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Prayer services will be held Sunday at 8 p.m. and Local 553 will assemble at 7 p.m. Sunday. years. He was an Alton resident for 30 years and worked at International Shoe Co. in Wood River. He was born in Jacksonville April 29, 1906, and married the former Miss Mattie Smith Oct. 7, 1944. She preceded him in death. He attended schools ia Illinois and was a memoe*' of the Oakwood Church of God in Christ. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Mamie Grumes of Alton; six daughters, Mrs. Catherine Boyd of Alton, Mrs. Gwendolyn Gilchrest of Alton and Judy, Bertha, Vickie and Mary, all at home; five sons, William, Gerald. Julius, Vincent, all of Alton and Joseph, U.S. Marines; twc brothers Harry and Robert Crumer, both of East St. Louis; five sisters, Mrs. Edna Douglas of St. Louis, Mrs. Bernice Davis of East St. Louis, Mrs. Viola Hickman, Mrs. Marcella Sexton and Mrs. Doris Stewart, all of Collinsville; and 15 grandchildren. Funeral services will be at Oakwood Church of God in Christ Tuesday at 11 a.m. with Elder Lewis VanZanclt presiding. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. A wake will be from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday. Anderson Funeral Home is making arrangements. Boiling John S. Boiling Sr., 70, of 2302 Humbert St., Alton, died at 8:12 a.m. Friday in St. Joseph's Hospital. A 55-year resident of Alton, Soviet grain crisis A salesgirl hands oxer a loal of black bread to a Kus- siau customer ui a Moscow shop on dorky Street Friday. With a disappointing grain huix-'sl looming, the Casts first Chinese veto Huang Hua, Communist China's ambas- U.N. It was the lone vote against the sador to the United Nations, casts that entrance of the new nation. (AP Wire- country's first veto Friday, barring photo) Bangladesh from membership in the Obituaries he was employed for the last 10 years in the dietary department of Alton State Hospital. Previously, he was employed by International Shoe Co. for 35 years. He was born in Murry, Tenn., on Feb. 13, 1902, and was married to Grace Wilmore in Lovejoy, 111. in December, 1950. He was president of the usher board of St. John's Baptist Church and president of the George Allen Men's Club of the church. He was also a member of Dunbar Masonic Lodge 94, past patron of Bright Hope Chapter No. 85 of the Order of the Eastern Star and institutional representative of Boy Scout Troop 21. He is survived by his widow; two sons, John of Alton and Arthur of Brooklyn, N.Y.; two brothers, Alfred of Sumper, S.C., and Laborn, address unknown; two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Alexander of Detroit, and Joetta Boiling also of Detroit. Visitation will be on Monday from 5-9 p.m. at the Anderson St. John's Baptist church. Services will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Church, the Rev. T. P. Wright officiating. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Anderson Funeral Home is making arrangements. Yates Leslie "Pappy" Yates, 67, of 170 South 1st St. in Wood River died at 10:50 p.m. Friday in Alton Memorial Hospital. He had been ill for a year and was hospitalized for a week. He was a farmer in Greenfield, Tenn., until nine years ago when he retired and moved to this area. He was born in Ridgely, Tenn., Sept. 11, 1904, and married the former Miss Edna Hill on Memorial Day in 1925 in TiptonvUle, Tenn. His wife survives. Beside his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Mary Bayhylle of Wood River and Velma Waddell of Greenfield Tenn.; five sons, Gilbert and Truman of Greenfield, Tenn., Bobby of Holiday Shores, David of Wood River and Ray of South Roxana; one sister, Mrs. Mattie Lou Foster of Greenfield, Tenn.; and 23 grandchildren. Visitation will be at Marks Morutary after 2 p.m. Sunday, and funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the 1st General Baptist Church in East Alton with the Rev. Etshell Hillhouse presiding. Burial will be in Rose Lawn Memorial Gardens in Bethalto. Corbett Soviet Union lias launched a drive to stop people from wasting bread. (AP Wirephoto by cable Irom Moscow) Frank Corbett, 87, of rural Hamburg, died at 1 p.m. Friday at his son, Adam'j, home in Hardin. He was a retired farmer, bom Sept. 2, 1884, in Calhouu County. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Helen Me- Taggert of Watseka, Mrs. Frances Miller and Mvs. Alvina Beaty both of Hardin: one son,' Adam; two sisters, Mrs. Ellen Rothj and Miss Catherine Corbett, both of Hardin. Friends may call at Hanki Funeral Home in Hardin after 2 p.m. Sunday until funeral services at 9 a.m. Monday at St. Michael's Church, with the Rev. Roy Bauer presiding. Burial will be in St. Michael's Cemetery. On Sunday parish rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. and Knights of Columbus .rosary at 8:30 p.m. Catholic Church. Friends may call at Weber Funeral Home after 11 a.m. Sunday. Services will be nl St. Mary's Catholic Church Monday at 9 a.m. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. A scripture service will be held at the funeral home at 8 p.m. Sunday. Two slst-jrs survive. They are: Mrs Carrie Taylor of Alton and Mrs. Edith Gam- dinger of .lerseyville. Visitation will be just prior to funeral services at Quinn and Son Funeral Home where the Rev. Leonard Todd will officiate at 11 a.m. Monday. Burial will be private. WiUson Hogue EDWARDSVILLE — Mrs. Blanche Hogue, 69, ' died following a long illness at St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton at 6:25 p.m. Friday. Mrs. Hogue, who resided at 21 Halleck Drive, Edwardsville, was preceded in death by her husband, Robert. She is survived by her father, Zeph ' W. Shaffer, Edwardsville; and three sons. Robert W. Hogue, Wooa River, Charles W. Hogue, Edwardsville and Harold W. Hogue, Holiday Shores; a brother, John Shaffer of St. Louis, and sister, Mrs. Ado.iph Hammer of New Mexico, aloo survive. Mrs. Hogue was born Dec. 24, 1902, in Edwardsville. She was a member of the Daughters of Isabella, O'Reilly Circle and the Women of the Moose, Chapter 82 in Edwardsville/She was also a member of the Jadies auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and St. Mary's Man scalded at Shell plant dies A 28-year-veteran employe -of the Shell Oil Refinery in Roxana died Thursday from injuries suffered in an accident at the refinery Aug. 10. Dead is William H. Grigg, 53, of Edwardsville, who was S3riously burned when hot water spewed from a valve he was working on at the refinery. A Shell spokesman said Grigg was draining condensate from an inactive section of an exhaust steam system when the water erupted. Grigg was taken. to Alton Memorial Hospital, but immediately transferred to the burn division of St. John's Mercy Hospital in St. Louis where he later died. Shell officials said they did not know the exact cause of the valve trouble. Grigg was the first operator in the utility department at Shell where he was employed since 19-14. Chicester dead PLYMOUTH, England (AP) — Britain's grand old man of the sea, Sir Francis Chichester, who defied age and cancer to sail around the world alone, died today at the Royal Naval Hospital here after a long illness. He was 70. Herbert Grigg, 53, of Rte. 1, Edwardsville, died at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in St. John's Mercy Hospital in St. Louis. He had been burned in an accident, Aug. 10, at the Shell Oil refinery in Roxana. He was the first operator in the utility department at Shell where he was employed for 28 years. He was born in Bond County, Sept. 16, 1918, and married the former Miss Sue Ashcraft, May 22, 1949, in Advance, Mo. He was a member of First Southern Baptist Church of South Roxana. Besides his widow, he isi survived by a daughter, Mrs. Karen Robinette of Rantoul; two sons, Ronald of Edwardsville and Kenneth at home; two sisters, Mrs. Dana Wells of Mulberry Grove, and Mrs. Nina Myers of Jennings, Mo. Funeral services will be at Liberty Baptist Church, North of Mulberry Grove, at 2 p.m. Monday. Burial will be in Liberty Cemetery. Friends may call after 5 p.m. Sunday at Ripperdan Funeral Home in Mulberry Grove. Weiss WORDEN - Floyd Wilson Sr., 74, of Bruceton, Tenn., was dead on arrival at Staunton Community Memorial Hospital at 12:30 a.m. today. He was visiting his son, Floyd Jr.. of Worden. Beside his son, he is survived by his wife, Beatrice; two daughters, Mrs. Pearl Morris of Caseyville and Mrs. Rozella Case of East Caroldelet; five grandchildren and seven great grand' children. Funeral services will be at Kassly Funeral Home in Fairview Heights Tuesday at 1 p.m. Burial will be in Lake View Memorial Park. Chontofalsky Graveside services were held Aug. 19 for Christopher Clayton Chontofalsky, born on Aug. 17 to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Chontofalsky of Wood River. Burial was in Wanda Cemetery in South Roxana. Marks Mortuary handled the arrangements. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Steve Chan- tofalsky. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William Slack. Mrs. Edna Weiss, mother of Arthur M. Weiss of Alton and Harry E. Weiss of Wood River, died at 7 a.m. today at St. Paul's Nursing Home in Belleville. Visitation will be Sunday evening at Renner Brothers Funeral Home in Freeburg. Funeral arrangements are pending. Ashauer Howe 1620 WASHINGTON EDWARDSVILLE - Erwin Ashauer, 57, of Carpen'er, died at St. Joseph's Hospital in Highland Saturday morning. Funeral arrangements are pending at Weber Funeral Home. Berger A former Alton resident, Rose Berger, 87, died at 6:45 p.m. Friday at Missouri Baptist Hospital. She was born in Jersey County in 1885 and lived in California most of her life. She had been ill for the past year. Pledged To Perfection In Every Service AIUw, Wood River, Bethalto

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