Page Twenty Two SOUTHERN ILUNOISAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1976 Carbondale-HerrinMurphysboro-Marion Man, 82, LUTHER ANTOLINE SR. Funeral services for Luther Antoline Sr., 76, of 401 E. Lin-dell St., West Frankfort, will be at 10 a.m. Friday in the Union Funeral Home, in West Frankfort. Burial will be in Tower Heights Cemetery in West Frankfort. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mr. Antoline died at 10:40 a.m. Wednesday, June 23, 1976, in Pierce Hospital in Eldorado. He was born Dec. 30, 1899, in Paris, France, to Vincenzo and Celesta Antoline. Mr. Antoline was a coal miner before he lost a leg in a mining accident. He then oper-nated a confectionery adjacent to his home for many years. His wife, Mary, died May 30, 1966. Survivors are a son, Luther Jr., of Harrisburg; two brothers Fred and Jimmy, both of West Frankfort; a sister, Airs. Angelo Trini of West Frankfort; and three grandchildren. ARTHUR A. LOGUE Arthur A. Logue, 93, of Wilcox County, Ala., formerly of Carbondale, died at 3:25 p.m. Wednesday, June 23, 1976, in Springfield, 111. He was a civil engineer for the Illinois Central Railroad in Carbondale for 48 years until retirement in 1952. He was born Nov. 22, 1882, in Wilcox County, Ala. He married Sarah Bruce. He was preceded in death by his wife and a son. Survivors are a sister, Nar-rie Lyon of Camden, Ala.; two daughters, Sarah Riddle of Springfield and Barbara Butcher of Carbondale; and two sons, Arthur A. and David W., both of Carbondale. The funeral will be Saturday in Camden, Ala. . Burial will be in the Camden Cemetery. Hospital FR ANfvLIN, bemon ADMITTED: Franklin, Dawn, West Frankfort Hammonds, Michael, Christopher Webb, Ha Dann, Dorothy, Marion Pierce, Judy, Christopher Gutley, Eliza Stubblefield, Wilma, West Frankfort Schram, Beverly Smallwood, Henry, Valier DISCHARGED: Gurganus, John, Staunton Walker, Albert Paskvan, Charlie, Wavkegan Montgomery, CecH, Sesser Dye, Virginia Laws, Lorna, Zeigler Parr'rsh, Ora, West Frankfort Hogan, Patricia Akirvs, Luna DeLaval, Hortense, Christopher Brown, Clara, Valier Kraft, Linda and baby HERRIN HOSPITAL, Herrin Names of persons admitted not available DISCHARGED: WiU'K, Alma Montgomery, Donald, Benton Hogue, Grover, Carterville Henley, Brenda, Royalton Burress, Jesse , Marion Baker, Georgia, Carterville Freeman, Sible, CarterviHe Lenkutis, Grace MARSHALL BROWNING, Du Quoin ADMITTED: Harsy, Beverly Eubanks, Janet Wackleman, Nancy Ester, Sadie, Tamaroa Loucks, Delores Kerins, Richard, Centralia . Hestand, Stanley Martin, Roxa, Elkville Summers, Maude DISCHARGED: Cowley, Bradley, Tamaroa Sandefur, Reba O'Neil, William, Marion Bartolotti, Lisa, Valier Dunmeyer, Louise Pitts, Matilda Mydler, Janet Loucks, Delores Towers, Ruby, Christopher MEMORIAL, Chester ADMITTED: Hurley, Willis James, Michael, Cutler Lolan, Elaine, Prairie Du Rocher Schicker, Oscar, Evansville Hart, Richard, Cutler Taylor, Elaine, Ellis Grov Hughes, Bobbie Jo Misselhorn, Elizabeth, Campbell Hill Weakley, Ina, Ava DISCHARGED: Heflin, Olene, Perryvllle, Mo. Schutte, Edmund, Campbell Hill Edwards, Richard, Willisville McConn, Shannon, Cutler Diercks, Edward Poston, Allen, Willisville Hornbostel, Marietta, Coulterville Romano, Samuel, Sparta Clark, Cindy, Percy Schremp, Tommy, Sparta White, Russell, Willisville Hughes, Bobbie Jo Bruns, Martin, Steeleville MEMORIAL, Marion ADMITTED: Allman, Arvil Pearce, Judith, Creal Springs . Jones, Mary Ella Williams, Loren, Pittsburg Bombin, Sandra, Pitstburg Benton, Imogene Johnson, David Perry, Davis, Johnston City Haseker, Judith Eskra, Joseph, Creal Springs Cul broth, Deon, Johnston City DISCHARGED: Craig, Mary Lou, Goreville Fox, Debra, Pittsburg Chezem, Gertrude Roberts, Mable Arnold, Barry Smith, Ivor Stowers, Kathy Enoch, Delos Schafale, Marie Norman, Mary Johnson, Leo Crain, William, Carrier Mills SPARTA COMMUNITY, Sparta ADMITTED: Johnson, Linda Dickey, Joseph, Marissa McKinney, Cletus Whitsett, Sherry Lanton, Mericka Rainey, Sally, Coulterville DISCHARGED: Patton, Baby Girl Schubla, Marilyn, TlWen Slaven, Martha Steele, Lester, Marissa Deaths JOE CLANAHAN Joe Clanahan, 51, of Carbondale, formerly of Mound City, died at 9 a.m. Wednesday, June 23, 1976, in St. Joseph Memorial Hospital in Mur-physboro. Cause of death was a heart attack. He was a veteran of World War II and a recipient of the Purple Heart and Bronze Star. Survivors are his wife, Lila of Carbondale; a daughter, Donna Peeler of Mound City; his mother, Bertha Clanahan of Mound City; two brothers, Milas and Bobby Gene, both of Mound City; two sisters, Virginia Walsh of Mound City and Louise Smothers of Cape Girardeau, jMo. ; and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Friday at the Crain Funeral Home in Mound City. Burial will be in the Mound City National Cemetery Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. NELLIE PATE JENNINGS Nellie Pate Jennings, 90, of Redding, Calif, died Tuesday, June 22, 1976. She was born June 14, 1886, in Murphysboro, to Squire and Caroline King Pate. She was a member of the Pate Chapel Baptist Church. Survivors are four daughters; two sisters, Cora Gent of Centralia and Ruie Jaques of Lakewood, Calif.; and a brother, Herdie Pate .of Roscoe. The funeral services and burial will be in Redding, Calif. HELEN WILLIAMS Helen Williams, 73, of 505 E. Walnut St., Harrisburg, died at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in Pierce Hospital in Eldorado, following a lengthy illness. Funeral services are pending at the Jackson Funeral Home in Harrisburg. notes MiiiiRo, Cnristopner ADMITTED: Miller, Constance, Mulkeytown DISCHARGED: Raines, Charles, CoeMo MEMORIAL, Carbondale ADMITTED: Hill, Lea Hand, Madeline Walker, Vernon, Murphysboro Judd, Jancie, Hurst Taucher, Edward Grimes, Fern, Royalton Albert, Patricia Scaife, Onesia DISCHARGED: Kraft, Claud, Grand Tover Haege, Geneva Macomber, WilHam, Murphysboro Brant, Evelyn, Herrin Danko, Sylvia, Marion Jones, Gregory, Carterville Forrester, James Bradley, Cecy4 Baker, Nancy, Murphysboro Monroe, James Morris, Lelia, Carterville Krumrey, Brenda and son, Marion Cole, Pamela PINCKNEYVILLE COMMUNITY Pinck neyville ADMITTED: Names of persons admitted not available DISCHARGED: Gruchala, Mary, Sesser Ginn, Ella Ford, Joanne, Du Quoin Trail, Larry Atteberry, Lena Harsh, Frank, Nashville Backon, Denise and baby Neff, Duane, Marissa Snider, Evelyn, Percy ST. JOSEPH MEMORIAL, Murphysboro ADMITTED: Cheatham, Mrs. Rollie, Ava Schneider, Margaret Taylor, Danelle Richards, Robert DISCHARGED: Lindhorst, Ralph, Carbondale George, Mrs. William Jr., Ava Crisler, Mrs. Ruby, Oraville Bencinl, Pauline Wilson, Laura Green, Frances Crow, Darlene Jones, Frank Adams, Theresa UNION COUNTY, Anna ADMITTED: Kimber, Ethel, Dongola Paymaster, George, Vienna Carson, Clarence Sauerbrunn, Ernest, Jonesboro DISCHARGED: Burns, Alice Evans, Paula, Buncombe Corzine, Cleatus, Dongola Irby, Robbie, Elizabeth Town Prater, Kenna Jo, Bowles Casey, Bette, Wickliffe, Ky. UNION, West Frankfort ADMITTED: Trovillion, Kent Combs, Neva Niebel, Rhonda Mandrell, Jennie, Thompsonville McLaren, Betty Hardy, Peggy, Johnston City Key, Nixon Jr., Mulkeytown Lawrence, Kevin Williams, Deborah, Thompsonville DISCHARGED: Stanley, Marie Frailey, Louise, Thompsonville Johnson, Tanrvmy Braggs, Kenneth Bennet, Bill MILLER ADD HOSPITAL notes WASHINGTON COUNTY, Nashville ADMITTED: Names of persons admitted not available DISCHARGED: Moehle, Fern Piper, Estelle, Oakdale Mueller, Louise, Venedy Pate, Anna Births BENTON: GILLIAM, Mr. and Mrs. Richard, a son, Wednesday at Memorial Hospital in Carbondale. PINCKNEYVILLE: KELLY, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry, a daughter, today In Finckneyville Corrmunity Hospital. MARION: PEARCE, Mr. and Mrs. Terry D., a daughter, Wednesday In Marion Memorial Hospital. THOMPSONVILLE: WILLIAMS, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, twins, daughter and son, Wednesday In Union Hospital in West Frankfort. SPARTA: JOHNSON, Mr. and Mrs. Scott, a daughter, Wednesday In Sparta Community Hospital. JACKSON COOK Jackson Cook, 92, of Sesser, died at 2:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 23, 1976, in Franklin Hospital in Benton. He was born on Nov. 24, 1883, in Illinois to Jackson and Mary Lance Cook. He Married Clara "Lena" Kunkel who preceded him in death in 19S5. Survivors include a daughter, Bertha Berner of Mulkeytown; two sons, Oscar Cook of St. Clair Shores, Mich., and Everett Cook of Lynwood, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Jack Murphy of Sesser, and Mrs. Ida Calvert of Branson, Mo. A brother and a sister preceded him in death. . Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Gilbert Funeral Home in Christopher. Burial will be in Maple Hill Cemetery in Sesser. - Friends may call after 5 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. MARIAN TOBEY Marian Tobey, fe2, of Valier, died Wednesday, June 23, 1976 at her home. She was born Aug. 5, 191J, in Franklin County to Charly and Cora. Warner Pitchford. Survivors include her mother, Cora Pitchford Owens, of Valier; four sisters, Edna Adams of Detorit, Margaret Ford of Mesa, Ariz., Christeen Hartley , of Chicago, and Jodene Agristi, of Wood-ridge; two brothers, Gordon Pitchford of Chicago and Henry Pitchford of Sesser; and three step-children, Lawrence Tobey of St. Louis, Florence Martin of Pacific, Mo., and Ruth Cope of Benton, Mo. Her father and husband preceded her in death. Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday at the Brayfield Funeral Home in Sesser. Burial will be in Maple Hill Cemetery. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today at the funeral home. ELLA JONES Ella Jones, 85, of 401 S. Court St., Marion, died at 2:45 a.m. today, June 24, 1976, in Marion Memoiral Hospital. Mrs. Jones was a member of the First Christian Church in Zeigler. She was born Dec. 23, 1890, in Creal Springs to Thomas E. and lary E. Pearce Veach. She was married to Martin P. Jones in Sioux City, Iowa. He died in 1962. She and her husband operated Jones Grocery Store in Marion for many years. Three brothers and four sisters preceded her in death. Survivors are twc daughters, Neva Finley of Linton, Ind., and Mary Helen May of Free-burg; a son, Charles M., of Marion; a half -sister, Iris Robinson of Judsonian, Ark.; three half-brothers, Allen Veech of Judsonian, Ark., Kenneth Veach of Peoria, and Dale Veach of Keego Harbor, Mich.; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Mitchell Funeral Home in Marion. Burial will be in Rosehill Cemetery in Marion. Friends may call from 6 to 9:30 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. MICHAEL TREVATHAN Michael Trevathan, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyce Trevathan of Steeleville, was killed in a motorcycle accident Monday, June 21, 1976, at the Norton Air Force Base in California. Arrangements are pending at the Schaack Funeral Home in Steeleville. Futures Provided by Rowland & Co. Prev. 11 a.m. Net close today change LIVE CATTLE Aug. 42.95 43.07 .12 Oct. 44.55 44.40 .15 Dec. 45.45 45.10 .35 LIVE HOGS July 51.40 51.05 .35 Aug. 47.95 47.65 .30 Oct. 43.52 43.65 .13 CORN July 2.96V4 2.94'2 .OVA Sept. 2.89 2.88V2 .01 'i Dec. 2.82'A 2.81 'A .01 SOYBEANS July 6.35V4 6.33Va .OUi Aug. 6.29'A 6.37 .02'4 Sept. 6.43 6.42 .01 WHEAT July 3.6314 3.64V4 .01 Sept. 3.72V4 3.73V4 .01 Dec. 3.85 3.87 .01 Va East St. Louis Livestock Hogs 4,000 head. Butchers steady to 25 lower. Sows steady to 25 lower. US 1-3 butchers 200-240 lb. 41.75-52.25. US 1-3 sows 300-600 lb 43.00-44.00. Cattle 2,000 head. Not enough slaughter steers or heifers to test market. Cows steady. Utility and commercial cows 26.50-28.50. Cutter 24.00-27.50. Canner and low cutter 22.00-24.00. found dead in Herrin An 82-year-old man who had been dead for several days was found in his Herrin apartment Wednesday, but the death was due to natural causes. Herbert "Happy" Follis, 82, who lived in an apartment above 102 S. Park Ave., was found dead at about .2 p.m. on the couch in his apartment. The Williamson County Coroner's office said the man was found by the apartment owner, John Delai, after neighbors complained about an odor. Herrin police were notified and in turn called Herrin firemen to the scene to remove the body. Mr. Follis was born April 29, 1894, in Illinois to James and Lou Reel Follis. A daughter and a sister preceded him in death. Survivors are two sons, Bob of Marion and James H., of Barnhart, Mo.; nine grandchH-dren and 10 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Friday in the George Van Natta Funeral Home in Herrin. Burial will be in Herrin City Cemetery. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today at the funeral home. Armed robber gets drugs Drugs were taken from Mac-lin's Drug Store in Du Quoin in an armed robbery at 8:40 a.m. today. Du Quoin police said a suspect is in custody for the robbery, but ho charges have been filed. A young man entered the drugstore with a revolver and carried off drugs, police said. In an incident last night, Du Quoin police, answering a burglar alarm, surprised a suspect who had broken into McCol-lum's Pharmacy, in Du Quoin. The suspect was frightened off at the approach of police officers and escaped, police said. Nothing was taken. There has been no official connection made between the two incidents, police said. Cairo man acquitted of murder Cairo, 111. (AP) A Circuit Court jury has acquitted Waynion Johnson, 25, of murder in the April 10 slaying of Charles, Walker, 28. The two-day trial ended Tuesday afternoon after about two hours of deliberation. Johnson and Walker, both of Cairo, argued outside a tavern the night Walker was killed. Testimony showed the dispute was over Walker's ex-wife, Virginia Johnson. She was not related to Waymon Johnson. The defendant said he fired three shots in Walker's direction after Walker began pelting Johnson's car with wine bottles. Johnson said he was not trying to kill Walker but merely to scare him off and fired in self defense. Burglars get $500 at Marion Burglars took about $500 in cash in a break-in Tuesday night of the Stroud and Sheretz Phillips 66 service station at 909 S. Court St., Marion. Police said the burglars broke out a toilet window for entry. Police said the burglars also took about $300 worth of credit card sales tickets. Attendant John Land discovered the burglary when he opened the station at 6:45 a.m. ' today. International student wins scholarship Eugene Huen-Chee Lee of Kowloon, Hong Kong, a senior at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale majoring in electrical sciences and systems engineering, has been awarded the 11th annual Frank Stamberg Scholarship. Lee received a check for $300. The award is given each year to an international student who has distinguished himself academically and is planning to return to his home country. The late Mr. Stamberg, in whose memory the award is given, was a business professor at SIU-C for 10 years. Bridge players to gather Friday Special Events RUMMAGE and Bake Sale, 9 a.m.-5 p.m, Friday and Saturday, 17 N. 14th St., Murphysboro. Sponsored by the Murphysboro Senior Citizens. HERRIN Elks Duplicate Bridge Club, 7:30 p.m., Friday, Lymar Manor, all bridge players invited. Public Meetings PEOPLE'S Mart Food Co-op of Carbondale Meeting, 1-6 p. m., Friday, Basement of Student Christian Foundation, 915 S. Illinois, Carbondale, free and open to the public. MARION TOPS Day Club, 9 a.m., Friday, Spillertown School building. ALCOHOLICS Anonymous, 8 p.m., Friday, First United Me-Methodist Church, Marion. CARBONDALE Elementary School District 95 Board of Education, special meeting, 12 noon, Friday, district's administrative headquarters, to consider a change order for con- ft V V "V V U U V J Unfit 50 jy 2jJf470 Showers Showers are forecast for most of the eastern half of the nation. Except for the northern Plains, warm weather is expected for all areas. For Southern Illinois, the high Wednesday was 76 and the overnight low was 61. The Th omas Cavitt 2 -car collision kills Creal Springs man Thomas Cavitt, 33-year-old Creal Springs coal miner, was killed and two other persons were injured in a collision on the Crab Orchard-Creal Springs Road, about one and one-half miles south of Illinois 13, Wednesday. Mr. Cavitt was riding in a car driven by Theron Lyerla, 33, also of Creal Springs, who was treated in Marion Memorial Hospital and released, state police reported. Gayla Craig, 22, of Creal Springs, driver of the second car, received major injuries, police reported. She was transferred from Marion Memorial Hospital to Good Samaritan Hospital in Mt. Vernon, where she was listed in fair condition today. Mr. Cavitt was dead on arrival at Marion Memorial Hospital a short time after the 5:15 p.m. accident. State police said Lyerla evidently lost control of his northbound car and it went into a spin, colliding with the southbound Craig automobile. Mr. Cavitt was born Aug. 9, 1942, in Creal Springs to Thomas B. and Imogene Cosby Cavitt. He married Sandra Jo Former club owners file for bankruptcy Herrin residents who are wondering what ever happened to Dan Underwood and his Herrin Supper Club on North Park Avenue now can find the answer in U.S. District Court in Benton. Underwood and his wife, Betty, who owned the restaurant in the Elks building at 1901 N. Park Ave., could not be located in April so the Elks closed the building. Now the federal court reports that Underwood and his wife filed for bankruptcy June 17. The first meeting of creditors of the Underwoods is scheduled for 11:30 a.m., July 8, in the federal building courtroom in Benton. The Elks currently are trying to sell their building and move downtown to the building recently vacated and sold by the Rome Club. tractual plumbing work at Lakeland School. Today Movies SALUKI 1, Carbondale, "The Duchess and the Dirt water Fox" CINEMA 1, Harrisburg, "The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox" SALUKI 2, Carbondale, "The Exorcist" TOWN & COUNTRY No. 1, Marion, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" UNIVERSITY FOUR, Carbondale, "W.C. Fields and Me," "The Bad News Bears," "Manson," and "Follow Me, Boys!" FOX, Carbondale, "Blazing Saddles" TOLER CINEMA, Benton, "A Small Town in Texas" CINEMA 2, Harrisburg, "All the President's Men" . STARLITE DRIVE-IN, Eldorado, "A Small Town in Texas" plus "Return to Macon County" fr'nivf ,70 fV'tt Itipi'9iurti O'tl. NATIONAL WIATMH SCIVICI temperature at 9 a.m. toda, was 72. From 7 a.m. Wednesday to 7 a.m. today, .31 of an inch of precipitation was recorded. Sunset today, 8:33 p. m. Friday, sunrise, 5:32 a.m.; sunset, 8:33 p.m. AREA HIGHWAY DEATHS June 24, 1976 51 June 24, 1975 48 Hodder in Creal Springs, Nov. 10, 1961. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Creal Springs and the United Mine Workers of America Local 7031. He was a 32nddegree Mason. Survivors are his wife; his parents of Creal Springs; three daughters, Pamela Lynn, Traci Ann, and Teresa Dawn Cavitt, all at home; a sister, Sharon Bostic of Mt. Prospect; a brother, James D. Cavitt of West Covin a, Calif.; and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Cosby of Creal Springs. Funeral services are pending at the Cosby Funeral Home in Creal Springs. Area man found dead Norman Chandler, 68, of Route 2, Carbondale, died Tuesday of an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound, Williamson County Deputy Coroner Robert Wilson said today. Mr. Chandler was found dead in his trailer home about 2 p.m. by a friend, who had arrived to take him to the Marion Veterans Hospital. Wilson said Mr. Chandler shot himself with a .22-caliber pistol. Wilson said he had chronic illnesses of cancer, ulcers, phlebitis and arteriosclerosis. Mr. Chandler was born Jan. 1, 1908, in Lutesville, Mo. He was a retired small motor repairman. He was a World War II veteran. He was a member of Masonic Lodge 474, of Columbia. A sister, June Warner of Kalamazoo, Mich., survives. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Baker Funeral Home in Lutesville, Mo. Burial will be in the Slaybaugh Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Denny and Pettett Funeral Home in Murphysboro, and after 7 p.m. Friday at the Baker Funeral Home in Lutesville. Southern Illinoisan CALENDAR ORPHEUM, Harrisburg, "The Exorcist" WEBSTER THEATRE, Steeleville, "The Other Side of the Mountain" VARSITY 2, Carbondale, "The Missouri Breaks" REND LAKE DRIVE-IN, Rt. 37 between Benton and West Frankfort, "Dixie Dynamite" plus "Dirty Mary and Crazy Larry" , NEW LIBERTY, Murphysboro, "A Small Town in Texas" EGYPTIAN DRIVE-IN, Her What's coming? Bluegrass group to appear The Adams Family, a blue- grass music group, will appear at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Marion Civic Center. Robert, the father, plays guitar, sings and acts as master of ceremonies. Shirley, the mother, plays bass, sings and provides comedy. Gary, 19, builds and plays most instruments. Barbara, 14, plays three instruments, sings and Carbondale Private dorm to reopen soon A large private dormitory in Carbondale, vacant for more than a year after a mortgage foreclosure, will open again, its new manager said Tuesday. William Gile, head of the American Investment and Realty Co. and manager of several private dormitories in Carbondale, said the 600 Freeman dormitory at 600 W. Freeman St. will open about Aug. 15. The building has been vacant since April 1975 when the mortgage holder Alternative Police Retirement System of St. Louis shut the dormitory. It claimed it had received no mortgage payments since June 1974 from the Carbondale land trust which owned the building. The police pension system purchased the dormitory at auction for $500,000 in May 1975. Gile said offices now are being established in the coeducational dormitory, which can house 248 students. Telephones have been installed. "We're just getting started right now," Gile said. "The building's in fairly good shape. It just needs a good clean-up." Furniture will be moved out of storage in Marion and Mur Johnston City sewer plan gets approval of agency The Greater Egypt Regional Planning and Development Commission has approved Johnston City's plans to extend its sanitary sewer system when federal money becomes available for the project. Mayor Bill Stevens said the city council received official notification of the plan approval at its meeting Tuesday. The planning council is required to review and approve plans for municipal improvements on a regional basis. City Engineer Larry Lipe said Johnston City's application for a $500,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) now is being reviewed by HUD in Chicago. HUD is considering grant applications from more than 20 Fund to help pay Amy's medical bills About $200 has been raised so far to help pay the medical expenses of Amy Temple. Amy, 8, of Carbondale, is recovering in a St. Louis hospital from a second bout with leptospirosis, an infection that nearly killed her. Joyce Abernathy, who helped start a fund to defray Amy's medical costs, said she is trying to organize fund-raising activities with civc and com-munty groups. The trust fund is at the First National Bank of Carbondale. More than $80 of the money collected has come from Mary rin, "Dixie Dynamite" MARION DRIVE-IN, Mar-ion, "Intimate Teenagers" plus "School for Swingers" CAMPUS DRIVE-IN, M u r-physboro, "Earthquake" plus "Rooster Cogburn" RIVIERA DRIVE-IN, Herrin, "Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother" plus "Royal Flash" TOWN & COUNTRY No. 2, Marion, "A Small Town in Texas" VARSITY I, Carbondale, "Jaws" writes many of the songs the family performs. Angela, 11, plays the mandolin and Re gina, 9, sings. The family has performed at bluegrass festivals through the Midwest, at the Illinois, Du Quoin and Indiana state fairs and on the Nashville, Tenn., radio station WSM. Tickets are $2 for adults and $1 for children. physboro, he said, and new lounge furniture will be purchased. A professional food service has been hired to stafl the cafeteria, he said. Earlier this month, SIU-C cut off admission of new freshmen saying, based on the number of applications it had received, it anticipated enrolling 21,700 students in the fall. It cited a lack of adequate housing for students as one reason for the action. Gile said he does not think the enrollment limitation will create problems in filling - the dormitory. "The university has indicated it needs this housing," he said. "By virtue of the fact it indicated it needed the housing, the owners decided to open it up." The dormitory, owned by several local businessmen, opened in 1964 as housing for women. It was leased to SIU-C, which used it for office space, from January 1971 until June 1974. About 30 students were living in the building when the police pension system shut it in April 1975. SIU-C since has increased its enrollment , by more than 2,000 students. Illinois communities, of which Johnston City is one. A total of $7 million in Community Development Block Grants is expected to be awarded to towns under 25,000 population this year. HUD approval of tha Johnston City application is expected. In other action, the city council entered into a contract with Williamson county for four city employes to be paid with Comprehensive Employment Training Act funds. The council also approved a resolution authorizing oiling and chipping of city streets, which should begin next month. Wilson Asphalt Co. of Marion and Reins Trucking Co, of Du Quoin will do the street maintenance work. Lou's Grill, 100 E. Walnut St. in Carbondale. Owner Mary Lou Trammell said she has a can on the counter for donations, and some tips have gone into the can. Some employes at Doctors Hospital also have contributed, she said. Mrs. Abernathy said the rest of the money has come from friends- of Amy's parents, Jim and Ruth, who own Jim and Ruth's Market in Carbondale. Some also has come from persons who heard about Amy's illness and wanted to help.
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