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SOUTHERN 1LL1NOI5AN, SUNDAY, MAY 15,197) Page FIvt Junior hiah choral concert set in Marion Today 'Special events 11 RODEO, 2 p.m. Sunday at the Williamson County Fairground in .Marion. The rodeo is sanctioned by the National Rodeo Association. It is part of the Loyalty Day planned in Marion by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Events will include calf-roping and bronco-riding. . IRIS Society Sixth Annual Iris Show, 12:30 p.m.-6 p.m. Sunday at the St. Clair Square Mall, Rtes. 159 and 50 at 1-64, Fairview Heights. Free and open to the public. -SENIOR Citizens Arts and Crafts exhibit, 1 p.m.-5 p.m. 'Sunday at Shawnee College, Ul-lin. Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. GIANT City Interpretive Programs, Reading the Landscape from the Giant City Water Tow er, 10 a.m. Sunday at the base of the tower by the lodge. . MARION Bands in Concert, combined program of the Marion elementary junior high and high schools, 2 p.m. Sunday at the Marion Civic Center. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Marion Band Parents. Movies ANNA Drive-In, "It's Alive" CINEMA 1, Harrisburg, "Mr. Billion" CINEMA 2, Harrisburg, "Slap Shot" FOX, Carbondale, "Affair." ORPHEUM, Harrisburg, "Superbug The Wild One" CAMPUS Drive-In, Murphys-boro, "The Demon Seed," and "Nightmare Honeymoon" EGYPTIAN Drive-In, Herrin, "It's Alive" HOLIDAY Drive-in, Du Quoin, "It's Alive" MARION Drive-in, "The Bawdy Adventures of Tom Jones," and "Muddy Mama" NEW LIBERTY, Murphys-boro, "A Star is Born" RIVIERA Drive-In, Herrin, "The Domino. Principle," and "Shoot" ROXY, Coulterville, "Sex French School Girl" SALUKI 1, Carbondale, "Pumping Iron" SALUKI 2, Carbondale, "It's Alive" STARLITE, Harrisburg, "It's Alive" TOLER, Benton, "Carrie" TOWN and Country 1, "Young Frankenstein" TOWN and Country 2, Marion, "Rocky" r UNIVERSITY 4, Carbondale, "The Domino Principle," "Silver Streak," "Islands in the Stream," "Slap Shot" VARSITY 1, Carbondale, "Young Frankenstein" VARSITY 2, "Harlan County U.S.A." WEBSTER, Steeleville, "Carrie" Monday Special Events MARION. Junior High School annual choral concert, 7:30 p. m. Monday in the Gymnasium on West Main Street. Free and open to the public. LITTLE Egypt Chapter of SPEBSQSA, barber shop chorus rehearsal, 8 p.m. Monday, Carbondale East High School Art Room. Open to all interested area men. CARBONDALE Public Library art display, by students at Lincoln Jr. High, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday through Friday. 9 a. m. - 5 p.m. Saturday. 304 W. Walnut. Public meeting DU QUOIN City Council, 7 p.m. Monday in the council chambers on the second floor of city hall, south Division St., Du Quoin. PINCKNEYVILLE City Council, 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Council Room of the City Hall Building. TAMAROA High School District 102 Board of Education, 6:30 p.m. Monday at the school. BENTON Grade School Board, 7 p.m. Monday, 306 E. Church St. CHRISTOPHER City Council, 7:30 p.m. Monday, city hall. JOHNSTON City Unit School Board, 7 p.m. Monday, Administration Building, 306 E. Broadway Blvd. ROYALTON Village Board, 7 p.m. Monday, village hall. SHAWNEE Library System, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Shawnee Library, Carterville. VALIER Village Board of Trustees, 7 p.m. Monday, village hall. ZEIGLER City Council, 7 p. m. Monday, city hall. ZEIGLER-ROYALTON School District 188, special meeting, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Zeigler-Roy-alton High School Cafeteria. Meeting to inform community of possible consequences of delay or prevention of bond sale Calendar for a new elementary school. RANDOLPH County Board of Commissioners, 9 a.m., Courthouse at Chester. DU QUOIN City Council, 7 p.m., City Hall. TAMAROA High School District 102, 7:30 p.m., at the school. VILLAGE Trustees of De Soto, 7 p.m. Monday, Village Hall De Soto. COBDEN Village Board, 7 p.m. Monday at the Village Hall in Cobden. CARBONDALE City Council, 7 p.m. Monday, Community Center, City Hall .Complex, Carbondale. CARBONDALE TOPS, 7 p.m. Monday, First Baptist Church, corner of Main and University. For more information call 457-4219. MARION TOPS, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall. FRANKLIN Hospital Board of Trustees, Personnel Committee, 12 noon, Monday, at the hospital, Benton. GLENDALE School Board, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, at the school, Carbondale. ELVERADO Unit School Board, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Elk-ville Grade School. What's Coming Jazz workshop scheduled Jazzmen whose oerformance ParticiDants will perform in credits include stints with the both large and small, groups Woody Herman Orchestra, the Boston Pops, Clark Terry, Willie Bobo, and a host of others and receive private instruction on their major instruments. A June 1 deadline has been will staff Southern Illinois Uni- set for registration. Registra- versity - Carbondaie's first an- tion fee is $30. Room and Doard nual Summer Jazz Workshop in approved University housing .June 29 to July 8. will be available at additional The workshop, open to high cost, school and college students, Requests for Information will include instruction in ar- should be directed to the SIU-C rangement, improvisation, fu- division of continuing educa- sion and keyboard harmony, tion, at 536-7751. -.5. V " s S -SS. 9 Charles R. Cook, 79, dies in Herrin Charles R. Cook of Herrin, BL in Decatur. He managed one of the pioneers of com- the station until 1937 when he mercial radio broadcasting in took over day-to-day operation Southern Illinois and former ofWJPF. 4 owner of radio station WJPF in Herrin, died at 10 p.m., Friday, May 13, 1977, at his home following a two-year illness. Mr. Cook, 79, who lived at 425 S. 14th St., came to Herrin in 1940 to manage WJPF, then being built by the late O.W. Lyerla under the corporate na Mr. Cook became sole owner of WJPF in 1965. He sold the station in 1969 to Robert Ferrari of Herrin, stayed on a year as consultant and then retired. He was a member of the Radio Pioneers of America and Sigma Delta Chi, professional Ohio. Another ng Corn The station second charter member of Friends of 0ther survivors are two sis" ?' 0D'J??' WSIU at Southern Illinois Uni- ten. Merle Halsey of Hope, ciisi-vai uuiiuaic cum was iu JilU., HHU DtHUld. lJUaiUliei OI accept the group's Booster of East Lansing, Mich.; 11 grand-the Year Award at its annual children and four great-grand-meeting May 22. . childrn. Mr. Cook was a member of Funeral services will be at the First Methodist Church of 1:30 p.m. ftfonday in the First Herrin, Herrin's Prairie Ma- Methodist Church. Herrin. Bu- Mr. Davidson was owner of ing into his career profession, sonic Lodge, the Herrin Elks rial will be in the Herrin City the Davidson's Grocery, in The president of Curtis Broad- Club and the Missouri Athletic Cemetery. Elkville, for the past 28 years, casting Corp. in Evansville, Club of St. Louis. He belonged Friends may call after 6 p.m. He was a veteran of World Ind- offered to make him his to the Hernn-Paducah Duph- today at the George W. Van cars on the Johnston City -War I, and a member of the assistant and give him some cate Bridge Unit and was a Natta Funeral Home in Herrin. r0T'mh Road in Williamson VFW Post No. 7190 in Mur- stock if he'd keep the firm's member of the University of Memorial contributions may be rmmtv TYidav pnjSDoro. vv,vb.j. iic iu xiiiiiuio inciii vuiiiiniitcc. iic jiiciue lu uic vxnerican cancer He was also a member of and in 1932 bought station WJ- headed the Williamson County Society. Marion "George" Krolik, 64, Charles R. Cook FRED I. DAVIDSON Fred I. Davidson, 78, of 206 S. Fourth St., Elkville, died Friday, May 13 1977, at home. the air Aug. 28, 1940. Mr. Cook was with the station until he retired in 1970. A native of Hope, Ind., IMr. Cook worked nearly 15 years as an accountant before break- Lindsey of Wkh HStffxi f - , s6 1 Skt , Kan., and Shir- W4w1 ' rr- & VS JB K . Jr. of Euclid, fcSvA r- V II?T'' JJ-AxA - - ?PUiM son, William Ro- iuV,r ;xv rA;lx w ivVrfT' A vr-v - ;snAv Tuberculosis Association 1952. He was born July 21, 1897 to Harrison and Frances Andrews Cook. He was married in Metropolis to Myrtle "Ann" Bradley of Vienna on Nov. 7, 1920. Surviving are his widow; two daughters, Marian Overland Park ley Bauman a son, Charles MAPIET m AHVC DORIKICOKI pter 64, and the Elkville Chris- tian Church. Marie Gladys Robinson, 65, " Mr. Davidson was born Aug. of 2034 Illinois Ave., Murphys- 22, 1898, in Elizaville, Ind., to boro, died at 2:45 p.m. Satur- James L. and Flora Belle Pier- day, May 14, 1977, in Alemorial A tow truck gets ready to lift one of the wrecked cars (Photo by Allen Potts) Two hospitalized after Williamson accident Two persons are hospitalized Thompsonville, collided with prior to the accident, police where he was listed in good folliwng a collision between two another car driven by Randy said. Both cars were demolish- condition. H. Etherton, 19, of Pittsburg, d fctnenon aiso receivea major at 12:55 p.m. Friday. ' . injuries and was taken to the The accident occurred about Police said Rowland received Marion hospital. He later was two miles east of Johnston City, maior injuries and was taken flown by helicopter to Barnes Illinois State Police at Du Etherton's car apparently to Marion Memorial Hospital. Hospital in. St. Louis where lie Quoin said a car driven by . ran off the road and swerved He later was taken to Memor- was listed in satisfactory condi-Ronald M. Rowland, 49, of back on the pavement just ial Hospital in Carbondale tion. ce Davidson. He married Edna Stalcup in Salem on Feb. 2, 1936. Survivors include his wife: 'a daughter, Nancy Bray-"shaw of Gibson City; a son, CPO James F. Davidson, Naval Air Service, Memphis, -Tenn.; four grandchildren; two sisters and a brother. . Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Keeling Funeral Home in Du Quoin. Burial will be in East Lawn Cemetery in Salem. Friends may call after 6 pm. today at the funeral home. GERTRUDE HANKINS Hospital in Carbondale follow ing an extended illness. A residetn of Murphysboro most of her life, she was a daughter of the late Freeman and Christine (Richie) Abbey. She was born on Kaskaskia Island on Jan. 14, 1912, and was married to Ray Robinson in Chester in 1957. Survivors include her husband; daughters Rose VanDriel of New Mexico and Catherine Allison of Oklahoma'; stepdaughters, Juanita Johnson, Raedean Miller and Alice Wyatt of Murphysboro, Gladys Chancey of Carbondale and Til Carbondale man injured in tavern shooting An 86-year-old Carbondale eral persons in the tavern at HUBERT L. HOWELL Hubert L. Howell, 65, of 405 of 627 S. Broadway, Nashville, N. 9th St., Murphysboro, died deid at 7 a.m., Saturday, May Friday, May 13, 1977, at Mem- 14, 1977, at his home after a orial Hospital in Carbondale af- brief illness. ter an extended illness. For- He was born Dec. 8, 1912, merly of Carbondale, he had in St. Louis to Joseph and Julie lived in Murphysboro for the Ciesinski Krolik. He wras mar- past eight years. ried to Eleanor Jasinski Oct. He was born Nov. 19, 1911. man was shot and seriously the time of the shooting, but 12, 1940 in St. Louis. in Carterville to Lois and Mary wounded early Saturday in a no witnesses have been located. Mr. Howell had retired as Escue Howell. He married Sad- tavern at 215 N. Washington police gaid have no sus. a librarian for the St. Louis ie Swinford April 20, 1930 in . St. in case Further de Public Library. He served in Jonesboro. Carbondale police said Henry tails about the shooting were the Marine Corps during World Mr. Howell was a retired Robinson was injured in both not available from police. War II. He was a member equipment operator for the City thighs by a single shotgun of St. Ann Catholic Church in of Carbondale street depart- blast. The incident occurred at Nashville. ment. He was an Army veter- 1:54 a.m. at the Stumble Inn. tie is survived by nis wife, an of world war 11. Robinson was taken to Mem-Eleanor Krolik of Nashville; Mr. Howell is survived by 0rial Hospital in Carbondale a daughter, Cecilia Ann Kro- his wife, Sadie Howell of Mur- where he underwent surgery lik of St. Louis; two sons, physboro; three daughters, early Saturday. He is listed James of Florissant, Mo., and Norma Samples of Marion, in fair condition in the hospi-Thomas of St. Louis; two Shirley Carlisle of Murphys- tal's intensive care unit. Hospital notes f Menus 1 cJrtruri Hankins 87 of 201 He Walker of Herrin; stepsons grandchildren; a sister, Delp- boro and Jacqueline Knight of TJT ri: lie Walker of Herrin: sten- hin Gundnch of St. Louis; West Frankfort; ten grandchil- Police said there were sev- .W. 10th St., West Frankfort, died at her home Friday morning, May 13, 1977. She was born April 6, 1890, in-Johnson County to Dennis and Sarah Deadman Hodge. She was married to Charlie Hankins in West Frankfort. Mrs. Hankins is survived by three sons, Olen Gurley of Ma-rion, Robert Gurley of Wina-mac, Ind., and Kenneth Gurley of .Griffith, Ind.; a daughter, Thelma Wickman of Du Quoin; eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Services will be at 11 a.m., lie Walker of Herrin; step sons, Roy Robinson If Murphysboro and M-Sgt. Leo Robinson in Germany; a sister, Kate Smith, Ava; brothers, Bill Abbey of Herrin and Harry Monday, at the Parker-Reedy Funeral Home in Murphysboro. "Funeral Home in West Frank fort, with burial in Lakeview Cemetery in Johnston City. Friends may call at the funeral home after 6 p.m. today. , EARL DENHAM Earl Denham, 72, of 301 N. and a brother, Daniel of Arn- dren; five great-grandchildren; old, Mo. He was preceded in three sisters, Callie Gharmley death by a sister and his par- and Ruth Smith, both of War- ents. saw, Ind., and Mable Cantrell Services will be at 10 a.m., of Herrin; and a brother, Clif- Abbey of Missouri- and 11 Tuesday, at St. Ann Catholic ford Howell of Chicago. He was gradnchildren, six great-grand- vuu'wi 111 naouuuc unai vtu ttueu au utdm luuuici. in at. lviicnaeis cemetery services win De ai z p.m., at Radom. Monday, at the Denny and Pet-Friends may call the Pyatt tett Funeral Home in Murphys-Funeral Home in Nashville at boro, with burial in the Mur-5 p.m. today, all day Monday, dale Gardens of Memory in and until time for the funeral Murphysboro. mass at the church. A rosary Frineds may call at the fun- will be recited at 7:30 p.m., Monday, at the funeral home. JOHN ROBERT HUDGENS Graveside services will be at 11 a.m., Tuesday, for John Births v : children, and 48 step-grandchildren. Two sons, one daughter and eight brothers and sisters preceded her in death. Mrs. Robinson was a member of Elm Street Baptist Church of Murphysboro. Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Denny and Pettett Friends may call after 5 p.m. Monday. Burial will be in Wor-then Cemetery, Murphysboro. FRITZ GERBERDING Fritz Gerberding, 80, of Per cy died Saturday, May 14, 1977, eral home after 5 p.m., today. NAOMI BERNIECE ROBERTS Naomi Berniece Roberts, 53, of RR 3, Du Quoin, died Friday, fllay 13, 1977, in Firman De- WATERLOO: ROTH, Mr. and Mrs. Davis M., a daughter born Friday In Memorial Hospital, Chester ! WEST FRANKFORT: MARRS, Mr. and Mrs. David, a daughter born Friday In Union Hospital, West Frankfort WEST FRANKFORT: GRIMES, Mr. and Mrs. Louis, a daughter born Friday In Union Hospital, West Frankfort WEST FRANKFORT: GRIMES, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, a son born Saturday In Union Hospital, West Frankfort CARTERVILLE: STANLEY, Mr. and Mrs. Terry, a son born Friday in Memorial Hospital, Carbondale. GORHAM: FREDERICK, Mr. and Mrs. Donald, a daughter, Thursday t u i tt j 10 , mr i . Vii t V Mrs. Donald, a daughter, Thursday Robert Hudgens, formerly of sloge Hospital in St. Louis, Mo. at st. Joseph Memorial Hospital, Mur- the Marion area. Mr. Hudgens, Mrs. Roberts was a member p royalton: bearden, Mr. and a resident of Las Vezas. Nev.. of the First Christian Church Mrs. Richard, a son, Thursday at died there Wednesday, May 4, 1977. He was born April 23, 1926, in Hudgens to Claude B. and Springer St., Carbondale, died at the Chester Memorial Hospi- Elsie Simpson Hudgens. Saturday, May 14, 1977, at tai. borne. : Mr. Denham operated Den-ham's Smoke Shop in Carbondale until February 1977. He was a member of the Carbon-.dale Rotary Club and St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Carbondale. He was born May 20, 1904, to Samuel and Charlotte Denham in Long Island, N.Y. He married Margaret Dreas in He was born March 6, 1897, in Willisville to William and Minnie Luhring Gerberding. He married Alma Thies on Aug. 18, 1923, at Wine Hill. She survives. Mr. Gerberding was a retired railroader with the GM and O Railroad. He attended Peace Lutheran Church in Steeleville. Other survivors include a son, Vernon of Percy, a daugh- Mr. Hudgens, 51, a band mu sician in Las Vegas, was treasurer of fhe Las Vegas Musicians Union and was an Army veteran of World War II. He is survived by two sons, Gergory of Fairbanks, Alaska, two brothers. in Belleville. She was born Sept. 20, 1918, in Rice to John and Clara Reidelberger Todd. She married Ronald Roberts Sept. 20, 1936, in Du Quoin. She is survived by her husband; a daughter, Mrs. Nancy Sweet of Millstadt; a son, Harry Roberts of Mascoutah; three grandchildren; four sisters and Marshall Browning Hospital, Du Quoin. WALSH: ROTH, Mr. and Mrs. David M., a daughter, today at Memorial Hospital, Chester. Carbondale Elementary Schools Monday: Cheeseburger on bun, raisin and peanut cups Tuesday: Canned sliced beef, fruit gelatin Wednesday: Mini submarine sandwich, peanut butter fingers Thursday: Lasagna, pear and peach combination Friday: Italian beef sandwich, fruit whip Marion Unit 2 Schools Monday: Ham and cheese salad, peaches Tuesday: Spaghetti with meat sauce, hot rolls and honey butter Wednesday: Grilled cheese, fruit cup Thursday: Barbecued turkey, apricots Friday: Pizza, pineapple tidbits Murphysboro Unit 186 Schools Monday: Corny Dogs, Cookies Tuesday: Beef & Noodles or Beef Stew; Applesauce Wednesday: Tuna Salad Sandwich or Chicken Salad Sandwich, Jello Thursday: Meat Loaf & Gravy Fruit Friday: Chili & Cracers, fresh fruit. Carbondale Community High School Monday: Italian spaghetti, chicken salad sandwich, prune spice cake, mixed fruit Tuesday: Meatloaf, kraut and sausagt, applesauce squares, mixed fruit Wednesday: Turkey pie, toasted cheese, banana cake, plums Thursday: Burritos, chill, peach cobbler, peanut butter fudge Friday: Fish, hot dogs, peanut butter cookies, sliced peaches DOCTORS, Harrisburg . Names of persons admitted not available DISCHARGED: Cullum, William Youssef, Aida Eenson, Marie Ferrelt, Judy Bozarth, Florence McRill, Virgil Maynard, Bernlce Taylor, Oscar Givens, Mabele Barrett, Edn3 Lanham, Myra Wood'el, Leveda FRANKLIN, Benton ADMITTED: and Timothy of Los Angeles, Calif.; a brother, Claude of Dayton, Ohio; and aunt, Alma Perry, and two uncles, Fred Simpson and Zach Hudgens, all of Marion. 1944 in Chicago. He is survived ter, Gladys Bayer of Percy: by his wife. two sisters, Freda Thies of Red - A Rosary will be recited at Bud and Emma Ruehmkorf f 7 p.m. Monday at the Huffman of Percy; one grandson and Funeral Home in Carbondale. three step-grandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m., Funeral services will be at Monday at the McDaniel Fu- 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Francis neral Home in Percy with bu- , Xavier Catholic Church. Burial rial in Paradise Cemetery, will be in Oakland Cemetery. Friends may call after? p.m.- 4 Friends may call after 4 p.m. today at the funeral home until Monday at the funeral home, the hour of service. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Neal Memorial Chapel in Du Quoin. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. Friends may call after 6 p.m. TRAV'S SH ELTON for Sunday JO fepf60 Cold WofwV " ' V Bain Shown Stationary Ocdudd 177777773 - Data from NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE. NOAA, U S. Dopr. of Commr Travis Shelton of 306 E. Davie St., Anna, died at his home Saturday, May 14, 1977. He was born in Carterville to Daniel and Nora Parker Shelton. He married Grace Flora Waters on Oct. 18, 1973. She survives. Other survivors include a daughter, Patsy Spelich of jMartinsville, Ind.; a brother, C.L. Shelton of Granite Cty; and three grandchildren. Services will be at 3 p.m., Monday at the Crain Funeral Home in Anna, with burial in the Anna Cemetery. Friends may call after 4 p.m. today at the funeral home. Clear Mostly clear akies are forecast for the nation today, except for showers over the Great Lakes region. Comfortable-to-warm temperatures are expected, except for a few scattered cool spots. In Southern Illinois, the high Satur day was 86 degrees. The low between 7 a.m. Friday and 7 a.m., Saturday was 48 degrees, with no precipitation during that period. Sunset today, 7:58 p.m.; sunrise Monday, 5:23 a.m.; sunset Monday, 7:59 p.m. (AP Map) Helminski, Francis Summers, David DISCHARGED: Lampley, Andrew Sibbens, Dorothy Thomason, Helen Ahfield, Harriet Mounier, Martha Roy, John, Mulkeytown Cowgur, Lois, Thompsonville Stull, Cecil Severin, Herman Myers, Nora, West Frankfort Lewis, Lester McBride, NeHie, Sesser Smith, OHie Bishop, Nancy and baby, Ewlng MARSHALL BROWNING, Du Quoin ADMITTED: Winn, Florence Grossman, Dwight Keller, Jeffrey. Tamaroa Szczeblewski, Ronatd, Tamaroa Wilson, John, Christopher Barber, Gladys Beard, Mabel Ray, Mary Fiss, Gladys, Royalton DISCHARGED: Harsy, Margit Moore, Betty McDonald, Gertrude Siczeblewskf, Ronald, Tamaroa Bush, Rachel Liggett, Cynthia Roberts, June, Sesser Hastie, Margaret, Cartervllla MEMORIAL, Carbondale ADMITTED: Robinson, Marie, Murphysboro Bishop, James, Benton Cooper, Colleena, Galatia Stanley, Glenna, Carterville Willis, Margaret, Christopher Lacy, Chester Brazier, Archie, Tamms Rowland, Ronald, Thompsonville Helton Jr., Larry, Cambria Barnes, Victoria, Herrin DISCHARGED: Munson, Barbara, Vergennes Brewer, Llllie Wislnskf, Lottie, Makanda Joplin, Violet Winters, Lucia, Du Quoin Bryant, Sharon, Eldorado Wilson, Craig Whitson Jr.. Giles, Murphysboro Grace, Mrs. Thomas and daughter, Anna Mannino, Melissa, Du Quoin Smith, Jodi, De Soto Parry Jr., Stephen, Du Quoin Barnett, Christie, Du Quoin Williams, Floyd, Makanda Danner, Linca, Du Quoin Austin, Mrs. James and son, Marion Dehart, Mrs. Steven and daughter, Jnes- boro Spsas, Mrs. Emil and son, Makanda MINERS, Crnrtcpher ADMITTED: Ke, Velma, Ccelio DISCHARGED: McKemie. Aya, Sesser Price, Lizzie" MEMORIAL, Chester ADMITTED: Roth, Monica, Waterloo Llndwedsl, Edwin DISCHARGED: Monroney, Cindy, Ellis Grove Colvis, Sandra and baby McConkey, WM.am R. Fievers, Douglas Atchison, Kathy Cox, Anna PINCKNEYVILLE COMMUNITY Names of persons admitted1 rot available DISCHARGED: Burch, Charles, Steeleville Naliborskl, Clemens, Tamaroa Buser, Betty, Vergennes Zielinskl, Stanley, Tamaroa Day, Raymond Jr. Sherrmann, E.lzateth, Vergennes Cawvev, Pauline SPARTA COMMUNITY ADMITTED: Soderlund, Richard Beetley, Emma, Swartwtck Knight, William L. DISCHARGED: Montgomery, Stella Wallace, Frences Mahan, Glerda, Tllden Stafford, Perna, Walsh Wolfe, Kathy, Merissa Barton, Kennethray, Coulterville Rudloff, Elvis, Pinckneyvtllt ST. JOSEPH, Murphysboro ADMITTED: vi Cantrelf, Larry Bltner, Mrs. Filmora Hunziker, William O. DISCHARGED: Hanson, Grace Sullivan, Connie Will, Samuel Har, Theodora Smith, Walter Sm!th, Edgar Harrouff, Roscee Nats, John Carter, Mrs. Jamea Fauss, Norma Cccnran, Mrs. Harry Lavender, William, Carbondale Magel, Randall, Sparta Moselet, Strader, Hurst UNION COUNTY, Anna ADMITTED: Barker Archie Toier, Junior Beegele, Roger, Cobden DISCHARGED: Stone, Wild a Summers, Irene ' Twente, Patricia, Kamak UNION. West Frankfort ADMITTED: St'lter, Michelle Hclman, Mary, Ewlng 1 Armes, Wanda, Thompson vtlle Riddle, Cheryl Morris, Mary, Marlon DISCHARGED: Fiorlan, Karen Shupping, Bonnie Price Johnnie WASHINGTON COUNTY, Nashvllto Names of persons admitted not available DISCHARGED: Nowirkl, Syanley Jr., Radom Kane, Diane, Marissa Kocti, Elizabeth, Venedv Hanke, Edna, Okawvllle Owen, Cynthia, PlnckneyvRle West, Roy Stirnaman, Rhonda, EvansvtlU Queen, Brenda, Venedy A

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