Southern Illinoisan from Carbondale, Illinois on May 23, 1975 · Page 20
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Carbondale, Illinois
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Friday, May 23, 1975
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Pa0e Twenty SOUTHERN ILLINOISAN, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 197J Carbondale-Herrin-Murphysboro i Hospital notes Dt From NATIONAL W LAI HER SERVICE. Deaths NOAA, US. Dipt. & Commerce xm m. ' v a 1 1 x ft nr v m 3 m . DOCTORS MEMOERIAL, Carbondale ADMITTED: Coulter, Carmen, Murphysboro Mathenia, Nancy, Granite City Rothwell, Gail Young, Pamela, Carterville Bryant, Jeffrey, Carrier Mills McCaleb, Virginia, Ava Clutts, Hobart, Cobden Ragsdale, Ella Henning, Elaine, Cartervilla Berezow, Alex, Murphysboro Green, Eric Frick, Mary Schmidt, Kelly Hilliard, Robert, West Frankfort Greer, Courtland Tapella, Nina, Herrin Williams, Lena Wiley, Rymond DISCHARGED: Harris, Ruby, Carterville Franklin, Lowell, Johnston City Rains, Shirley, Dongola Evans, Byrl Reeder, Louie Reynolds, Ernest, Carterville Spegal,. Edna, Hurst Battaglia, Olivia, Royalton Rstajezyk, FLandall, Scheller Neal, Jill, Kinmyndy Wade, Jobie, Herrin Price, Tammy, Olmstead Welch, Ethel'-and baby boy Lindauer, Larry, Energy Pulon, Daniel Easton, Thomas,vAva Thompson, Cheryl, Dongola Oliver, Charles, Cambria Nail, Frank Gulley, Fred, Benton Brown, Janet C RAN KLIN, Benton ADMITTED: Piercy, Emily Price, Carl, Mulkeytown Herron, Richard Bays, Essie, West Frankfort Hays, Rick, Mt. Vernon DISCHARGED: Howard, Ted, Valier Doxie, Jack Ramsey, Ralph Ludwig, Dorothy Overturf, Nannie Fletcher, Byrl Works, Charles Williams, Gene HERRIN HOSPITAL, Herrin Names of persons admitted not available. DISCHARGED: Aleccl, Carlo, Freeman Spur Johnson, Sherry, West Frankfort Hickey, Linda and baby, Marion Murphy, Jewell, Johnston City Berry, Gertrude, Zeigler Jelley, Judith, Carterville Keller, Beverly, Cambria Craddock, Oris Harvel, Dennis Sanders, Leo, Marion Null, Jacob, Zeigler MEMORIAL, Chester ADMITTED: Eilers, Eliza Frazier, Virginia, Sparta Garver, Helen, Ava Kelley, William, Perryville, Mo. Moore, Charles A. Stegman, Alma, Percy Williams, Karl B., Percy Bolkman, Marilyn, Campbell Hill Pelate, Glennon Jr. DISCHARGED: Akers, Joseph T. Bixby, Edna, Steelevilla Glenn, Harry, Sparta Llndon, Bonnie McQuillian, Lloyd Webster, Teresa and baby, Steelevilla Degener, Harry, Evansville MEMORIAL, Marion ADMITTED: Norris, Patsy, Pittsburg Sullivan, Mary, Creal Springs Jacobs, Woodrow, Herrin Krasslet, Judy, Creal Springs Reeves, Monona, Elburn Smith, Tresa Maacks, Verba 'Layne, Emma, Johnston City Stalhut, Margaret Demichelis, Pete, Johnston City Webb, Dorris Morris, Mary Copher, Leroy, Johnston City Davis, Opal DISCHARGED: Rowland, Sandra, Johnston City Bundren, Artie, Creal Springs Galeener, Jeanne McCormick, Willie Polich, Betty, Johnston City Elliott, Howard Moake, Dorothy Browning, Herbert MINERS, Christopher ADMITTED: Cunitz, Daisy, Coello Dawson, Minnie DISCHARGED: Rocco, Guido . Kcenig, Ben C v. Today PUBLIC MEETING . 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. PERRY, County Housing Authority; 6:30 p.m.," Friday, office in Du Quoin. SPECIAL EVENTS REND LAKE WATER FESTIVAL boat show and carnival, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday through Monday, municipal parking lot, public square, Benton. TRICO HIGH, ' day at the Trtco $1 .50. n Sugar", 8 p.m. Frl-High School, tickets, HERRIN Elks Duplicate Bridge Club, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Elks Club, all bridge players invited. HERRIN Senior Citizens, Public Dinner, 5-7 p.m. Friday, 100 S. Park Ave., cost, $2.50; Blood Pressure Checks through John A. Logan College, 9-11 a.m. Friday, 100 S. Park Ave., free to the public. MOVIES FOX. Carbondale, "Mandingo" WEBSTER, Steeleville, "Airport" REND LAKE Drive-In, "Rancho Deluxe" plus "Thieves Like Us" ROXY, Coulterville, "Teenage Play Mates" GRAND, Du Quoin, "Escape to Witch Mountain" VARSITY I, Carbondale, "Linda Lovelace for President" VARSITY II, Carbondale, "W h 1 1 e Lightning" - UNIVERSITY FOUR, Carbo-xJa!e. "Breakout", "Emmanue'ie ', "H a - r y and Tonto" CAMPUS Drive-In, Murphysboro, "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" plus "Knife for the Ladies" RIVIERA Drive-In, Herrin, "Godfather, Part II" plus "Death Wish" MARION Drive-In, "Trip with the Teacher" plus "The Teacher" LIBERTY, Murphysboro, "Tidal Wave" CGYPTIAN Drive In. Herrin, "Rancho Deluxe" plus "Thieves Like Us" TOWN AND COUNTRY I, Marion, "The Grea Waldo Pepper" TOWN AND COUNTRY II, Marion, "Tida. Wave" SALUKI, Carbondale, "Earthquake" CINEMA I, Harrisburg, "Breakout" CINEMA I', Harrisburg, "Rancho Deluxe'' TOLER, Benton, "Tidal Wave" PINCKNEYIVLLE COMMUNITY Names of persons admitted not available. DISCHARGED: Opp, Lizzie Owen, Mabel, Cutler Campbell, Dorothy Jenkel, David Kilgrove, Carl, Percy Mendel, Frances, Nashville Butts, Joseph, Murphysboro ST. JOSEPH MEMORIAL, Murphysboro ADMITTED: Musgraves, Mrs. William, Alto Pass Hale, Kevin, De Soto Marnati, Charles Hankins, Mrs. Ronald Paul, Mrs. Peter DISCHARGED: Greathouse, Mrs. David, Hurst Clanahan, Imogene, De Soto Schumacher, Icy Mae, Carbondale Icenogle, Mrs. Charles Lee, Mrs. James and baby Loos, Mrs. Victor Tuthill, Clarence SPARTA COMMUNITY, Sp rta ADMITTED: Behiter, Barbara, Tilden ' Armstrong, Charles, Coulterville Smith, James, Coulterville Canfield, John Reid, Betty Hedemann, Mary, Marissa Smith, Agnes Sparks, Linda, Percy Parkhill, Barbara, Percy Evans, Beatrice DISCHARGED: Odele, Jerval Dehne, Beatrice UNION COUNTY, Anna ADMITTED: Bowen, Hulda Johnson, Troy, Dongola Wood, Augusta, Uliin Spencer, Helen, Dongola Winding, Mark, Villa Ridge DISCHARGED: Kielykowski, Stephanie Lathan, Ordyn, Unity Johnson, Addie Frick, Anna, Jonesboro Winding, Mark, Villa Ridge UNION, West Frankfort ADMITTED: Grounds, Mary Marks, Arthur Evrarcf, James Gross, Mabel, Orient Young, Etta, Christopher Parsons, Hazel, Marion DISCHARGED: Rich, Susie Hurst, Gay Ragain, Bess Hill, Emma Tanner, Zachery Clower, Rhonda Miller, Mary, Thompsonville Richardson, Deronda, Benton Livesay, Deborah, Christopher Minton, Robert, Zeigler Jackson, Kimberly, Zeigler Jarvis, Amos, Zeigler WASHINGTON COUNTY, Nashville Names of persons admitted not available. DISCHARGED: McKlnzie, Cora, Ashley Musielak, Loraine, Oakdale Van Meter, Leonard, Fenton, Mo. Feeger, Gerhard, Hoyleton Rezba, Charles, Oakdale Middendorf, William, Okawville Burnett, Clara Harper, Audrey, Ashley Russell, Melinda, Coulterville Birtho AVA: MC CALEB, Mr.' and Mrs. Lawrence, a son, Thursday in Doctors Memorial Hospital in Carbondale. CARTERVILLE: YOUNG, Mr. and Mrs. John, a daughter, Thursday in Doctors Memorial Hospital in Carbondale. COBDEN: MEADOWS, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas, a son, Thursday In Doctors Memorial Hospital in Carbondale. MURPHYSBORO: BOULTON, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, a daughter Thursday in St. Joseph Memorial Hospital, Murphysboro. CREAL SPRINGS: SULLIVAN, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis, a daughter, Thursday in Marion Memorial Hospital. CREAL SPRINGS: KRASSLET, Mr. and Mrs. Roy, a daughter, Thursday In Marion Memorial Hospital. PITTSBURG: NORRIS, Mr. and Mrs. Albert, a son, Thursday in Marion Memorial Hospital. PERCY: SPARKS, Mr. ad Mrs. Pascal, a son, Thursday in Sparta Community Hospital. TILDEN: BEHITER, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, a son, Thursday in Sparta Community HosDital. CHRISTOPHER: SAMPLES, Mr. and Mrs. Harry, a daughter, Thursday in Herrin Hospital. Southern Illinoisan alendar Saturday SPECIAL EVENTS REND LAKE WATER FESTIVAL parade begins 10 a.m., Saturday, Benton Consolidated High School. Rend Lake Water Festival Ball begins 9 p.m. Saturday, Benton Country Club. Admission to the formal ball is $50 per couple. REND LAKE WATER FESTIVAL beard-growing contest judging, noon Saturday, Benton public square. MARION Depot Gift Shop, Norma Bruce of Creal Springs will demonstrate Broom tick Lace, 12N to 4 p.m. Saturday at the gift shop. HERRIN Senior Citizens, Pinochle, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, 100" S. Park Ave. GIANT CITY State Park Interpretive Programs, Saturday: Candlemaking over an open fire, 10 a.m., Visitor Center; Interpreted hike on the Giant City Nature Trail, 2 p.m., Meet at trail entrance sign; Interpretive slide program, "Mammals of Illinois", 8 p.m. Visitor Center Interpretive Theater, free and open to the public. JACKSON-UNION County Migrant Labor Camp, Open House Mobile Medical Clinic, 10 a.m. to 12N Saturday, Old Illinois 51, north of Cobden. ALTO PASS, "Centennial of Quilts", 1-6 p.m. Saturday at the new fire station. PARENTS Without Partners, Little Egypt Chapter, Dance, 8-12 p.m. Saturday, Marion Eagles, 610 N. Market St. PUBLIC SERVICES SOUTHERN Dancers free dancing lessons for children ages five to eight, 10 to 11 a.m.; ages nine to 12, 11 a.m. to noon, Furr Auditorium, Puliam Hall, SIU-C. CARBONDALE recycling collection, Saturday and Sunday at Westown parking lot and at Sukee's parking lot, Lewis Park Mall. Tin cans must be flattened and labels removed. CARTERVILLE Cans and bottles recycling collection, Saturday and Sunday at trailer north of Nazareth Church. Jars and tin cans should be washed. Labels and ends should be removed from tin cans and cans flattened. Sunday SPECIAL EVENTS JOHNSTON Ci- High , School, baccalaureate at 7:33 p.m. Sunday in the high school gymnasium. Figurrs Show Low Temperature Expected Until Saturday Morning iiolat4 Prteipitotton Net Indicated Consult lool Forecast Continued warm A band of showers is forecast Friday from the western Gulf to the upper Great Lakes. Showers are expected for the northern Rockies. Warm weather is forecast east Approaching weather threat to area's holiday outings A massive frontal system located northwest of Southern Illinois may pose a threat to holiddy weekend outings. The frontal system, associated with some severe thunderstorm activity as it moves eastward, has been building for three to four days along a line fom Batavia, N.Y. southwest-ward through Central Oklahoma, Lou Ditzler, weather ob High court alio conviction By Medill News Service Washington The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to consider the conviction of a former student at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale on drug charges. Stephen R. Smith, now 22, was convicted of distributing amphetamines and cocaine in 1973. He was sentenced to six months in prison and' another 4V2 years probation. He will begin serving his sentence, barring additional legal delays. The Supreme Court refused Smith's petition Monday. Smith said in his petition for high court review that he was entrapped by federal agents who pestered him until he agreed to serve as the go-between in a drug sale. He said that since the federal ag- LOCUST GROVE A.M.E. Church Old Fashion Barbecue and 19th Annual Homecoming, beginning at 9 a.m. Sunday, Service at 2 p.m. with guest speaker, Rev. Myrtle M. Miller of Bethel A.M.E. Church of Harrisburg, all at the Locust Grove Church, Route 1, Thompsonville, sponsored by the church cemetery committee. PARENTS Without Partners, Little Egypt Chapter, Family Picnic, A p.m. Sunday, Evergreen Park, Carbondale. ALTO PASS, "Centennial of Quilts", 1-6 p.m. Sunday at the new fire station. GIANT CITY State Park Interpretive Programs, Sunday: Interpreted hike on the Indian Creek Shelter Trial, 10 a.m.. Meet at trail entrance sign; Candlemaking over an open fire, 2 p.m., Visitor Center, free and open to the public. SHAWNEE High School, Baccalaureate Services, 3 p.m. Sunday, school auditorium, speaker. Rev. Bill Marks, pastor of First Methodist Church of Grand Tower. Anna hires two new policemen Herchel Chapman, 34, a former Anna policeman, and Richard Lingle, a former Jonesboro policeman, have been hired as policemen in the Anna department. Chapman was employed full time and Lingle part-time by the city council.. Chapman worked for the Anna department less than a year during 1971 and 1972. Correction A story in The Sunday Magazine incorrectly said the play "Sugar" would be presented this Friday and Saturday at Trico High School. Actually, the play was presented May 16 and 17. of the Mississippi and colder weather to the west. In Southern Illinois, th high temperature Thursday was 90 and the overnight low 65. The temperature was 82 at 9 a.m. server at Southern Illinois Airport said today. By 7 a.m. today, this frontal system had become stationary, but Ditzler said enough power exists behind it to start it moving eastward again toward Southern Illinois. Overnight low temperatures behind the system are averaging more than 20 degrees cool wsarug to stand ents virtually forced him to make the sale, his conviction should be overturned. Federal agents who testified in a lower court action denied forcing Smith to make the sale. Smith said two agents visited him at his rented trailer near Carbondale repeatedly during a two-week period,' harassing him and insisting that he help them buy large quantities of drugs. He said he finally agreed to find someone to sell drugs to the agents in order to get rid of them. He admitted getting an ounce of amphetamines and a small "sample' of cocaine from a friend. He said he gave the drugs to the agents in return for $375, which he passed on to the person who provided the drugs. Smith was arrested several days later. Smith argued that the facts showed he had been unwilling to make the sale until federal agents made repeated requests. He said the question of whether he was entrapped should have been decided in his favor by the judge, and should not have gone to the jury in federal court in Benton. Futures Provided by Rowland & Co. Prev. 11 a.m. Net close today change Live cattle June 48.75 48.82 .07 Auq. 43.70 43.85 .15 Oct. 40.15 40.25 .10 LIVE HOGS June 47.52 48.15 .63 July 47.95 43.33 .35 Aug. 46.90 47.15 .25 CORN July 2.76 2.744 -.Olli Sept. 2.64 2.62'i -.01 'A Dec. 2.50Vi 2.483,4 -.01 Va SOYBEANS luly 5.291 5.23 -.06Vi Aug. 5.223.4 5.16 .0634 Sept. 5.15 5.13 -.02 WHEAT July 3.243; 3.24 - 34 Sept. 3.30'.4 3.29 -.01 Va Dec. 3.39Va 3.37 -.02Va Norvell Haynes' I I Circuit Judge Peyton Kunce Thursday clarified a disputed periodic confinement sentence for Carbondale Model Cities official Norvell Haynes. In a four-hour session, Judge Kunce: Denied a defense motion for a substitution of judges. Denied a defense motion for modification of the six-month periodic confinement to the time already served. Denied a defense request for modification of a $5 per day charge for county jail costs. Approved a defense motion for reduction in bond from $5,-000 to $3,000. Denied a state N ooe: tain fcivNSSl F fur fit .XXX today. No precipitation was recorded between 7 a. m. Thursday and 7 a.m. today. The sunset today will be at 8:15 p.m.; sunrise Saturday will be at 5:37 and sunset at 8:16. er than in Southern Illinois which means cooler temperatures and dryer air can be expected after the system moves through the area. Ditzler expects the system to move slowly and reach the area by Saturday afternoon or early evening. Because of it sluggish momentum, thunder-showers, some sever, could remain for more than 24 hours. .The Seventh Circuit Court of appeals ruled Jan. 9, 1975 that the issue of Smith's entrapment was a question for the jury to decide. Smith had argued on appeal that the judge should have instructed the jury that as a matter of law, Smith had been entrapped. The appeals court affirmed the lower court conviction by a 2 to 1 vote. Earlier published reports of the appeals court overturning Smith's case were incorrect. The transaction occurred during the spring class break in 1973, acording to court records. Smith was a fourth year civil engineering student at the time. He now lives in I n g Grove, with his parents and eight brothers and sisters. Shawnee accepts all suggestions A fact finder's recommendations in a contract dispute in the Shawnee Community Unit School District 84 have been accepted unanimously by Xhe Board of Education The board's action came at a special meeting Wednesday night, two days after employes had unanimously accepted the recommendation. Recommendations by Pearce Davis include a 2.8 per cent across-the-board salary increase, a two-year contract length and an increase next year equal to two-thirds of the percentage increase in the cost of living. The board directed Supt. Murlin Hawkins and Attorney Charles Hines to work with the Shawnee Employes Association (SEA) to write a final contract in the dispute which started seven months ago. motions denied o aeviaf ion in senrenc motion to revoke the periodic confinement order for an alleged violation on May 10. Denied a defense motion to change the daily reporting hour from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. The judge further clarified the periodic confinement order by stating: Unequivocally, I tell you this, Mr. Haynes and the probation officer and the sheriff, that there shall be no deviation, release or otherwise except for medical purposes, until the defendant is discharged under the original order." Judge Kunce made no mention of a possible contempt of court citation against Haynes for remarks allegedly made by GERTRUDE BUIE ! Funeral services for Gertrude Buie, 52, of Hartford, formerly of Creal Springs, will be at 2 p.m. Sunday in" the Cosby Funeral Home in Creal Springs. 4 The Rev. Kincaid will officiate. Burial will be in God-dard Cemetery, near Creal Springs. Friends may call after 6 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Mrs. Buie died Wednesday in her home after apparently suffering a heart attack. She was born Jan. 19, 1923, in Creal Springs to Oneal and Bernice McCowan. She mar-Tied William Duncan Buie on Aug. 27, 1945. She was a member of the Church of Christ. Three brothers and sisters preceded her in death. survivors are her husband; four brothers, Bob McCowan of East St. Louis, Eugene and Laddie McCowan of San Diego, Calif.; and six sisters, Evelyn Olson, Ann Denning and June Stovall, all of San Jose, Calif., Helen McCowan of Los Angeles, Calif., Martha Hoffman of San Francisco, Calif., and Alice Bortimore of St. Louis. ROSA P. McGOWAN Funeral services for Rosa P. McGowan, 87, formerly of Creal Springs, will be at 2 p. m. Saturday in the Creal Springs United Methodist Church. The Rev. Kenneth Bissy will officiate. Burial will be in the Robinson Cemetery, southeast of Creal Springs. Friends may call after 5 p.m. today at the Cosby Funeral Home in Creal Springs. . Mrs. McGowan died early Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Afton Jacobs of Route 3, Marion. - - - ' If 1 ""-31 Judith Bartelsmeyer Gas leaks reported in Benton Benton firemen reported two gas leaks Thursday afternoon. ' The valve on the propane tank at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson, 1111 E. Bond St., broke and the full iank of gas leaked out, Fireman Albert Smith said. The same thing happened to the tank of liquid propane gas at the Lake Benton home of Mr. and Mrs. William Queens, he said. i The valves probably broke because the high temperatures caused the gas to expand, he said. A utility truck and a fire truck went to the Johnson home at 12:05 p.m., he said. Firemen at the scene enforced safety measures designed to prevent the gas from exploding. This involved keeping people in the area from smoking or otherwise causing a spark, Smith said. Haynes in a director's report to the Northeast Community Development Congress. The judge said the possible contempt citation is still under consideration. Haynes started the six-month periodic confinement sentence on Dec. 26. The order requires that he spend week nights in the county jail from 6 p.m. to 7 a.m., and all weekends from 6 p.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Monday. The sentence stemmed from a conviction on an assault charge against a fellow worker two years ago. Thursday's hearing concerned a confused issue in which Haynes was released from county jail at 8:15 a.m. on AUDRIA E. YATES Funeral services for Audria Ethel Yates, 86, of 1409 N. Park Ave., Herrin, wil be at 3 p.m. Saturday in the George Van Natta Funeral Home in Herrin. The Rev. Eugene Baggett will officiate. Burial will be in Herrin City Cemetery. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mrs. Yates died Thursday in Herrin Hospital. She was born Sept. 30, 1888, in Jackson County to Eli and Flora Wfngett Akins. She was a member of the Hurricane Memorial Baptist Church, War Mothers, and former 50-year member of the Rebekah Lodge, all of Herrin. Her husband, Iro Yates, and two sons preceded her in death. Survivors are four daughters, Bernis Lyons and Alice Lamb, both of Chicago, Nora Smith of Herrin, and Lora Carlson of Palatine;' a sister, Flora Yates of Energy; 8 grandchidren and 12 greatgrandchildren. JOSEPH MUETH Funeral services for Joseph Mueth, 89, of Millstadt, were held Wednesday at Millstadt. Burial was at Millstadt. Mr. Mueth , a retired coal miner, died Sunday at Greenbrier Home in Millstadt. His wife the former Anna Bacher, died Nov. 14, 1965. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Aurelia Aberter and Mrs. Geoge Tonjes, both of, Millstadt; seven sons, Henry, Herbert, Emil and Sylvester, all of Millstadt, Cle-tus and Arthur , both of Herrin, and Erwin of Smithton; a sister, Mrs. Albert Lindauer of Smithton; 35 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Bartelsmeyer dies Judith Bartelsmeyer, 34, of 203 Travelstead Lane, .Carbondale, died at 10 p.m. Thursday in Doctor's Memorial Hospital in Carbondale. Don Rags-dale, Jackson County coroner, said that an autopsy is . being performed but that she died of apparent natural causes. Mrs. Bartelsmeyer had been office manager and secretary of the Southern Illinois Agency on Aging until the office closed on May 1. She attended high school in Nashville and was graduated from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 1972 with a degree in business teacher education. She was a member of the Carbondale Highway Ladies Club. She was born on Feb. 4, 1941, in Centralia to Allton and Dorothy Lewis Jackson. She was married to Karl L. Bartelsmeyer on Feb. 10, 1962, in Nashville. Survivors include her hus What s coming? VALIER BEAN SUPPER The village of Valier will hold a bean supper from 2 to 8 p.m. Saturday to raise funds for new fire equipment. The supper will be held at the Valier Elementary School. Admission for adults will be $1.75, and $1.25 for children. ELKS CLINIC IN CARBONDALE A free clinic for physically handicapped children and teenagers will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Thursday at Doctor's Memorial Hospital, 404 W. Main St., Carbondale. Newborn infants- to persons 21 years of age are invited to bring diagnosed or suspected orthopedic or other physical handicaps to the clinic for evalua tion. Participants snould be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The clinic is being sponsored by the Carbondale Elks Lodge in cooperation with lodges in Murphysboro, Marion, Herr'n, West Frankfort, Benton, Du Quoin Chester and Anna-Jonesboro. May 10, to attend a meeting in Carbondale and returned to the jail about 12:15 a.m. on May 11. The Southern Illinois Reunion Council (SIRC) has set up a legal defense fund for Haynes, accused of probation violation for meeting with the group on a Saturday, May 10. Testimony showed the release was granted by Sheriff Don White, under a request from Cardella Scott, an official of the Model Cities Program. Judge Kunce said testimony indicated White "was under the mistaken belief that he could release this defendant, but as a matter of law he did not have such authority." MABEL KELLEY Mabel Kelley, 80, of 342 E. Main St., Du Quoin, died today in the Marshall Browning Hospital in Du Quoin. She was bom Jan. 23, 1895, in St. Francis County, Missouri, to Joe and Mary Hahn La Grande. She was married to Everett Bert Kelley. Mrs. Kelley was a member of the First Baptist Church in Du Quoin. Survivors include her husband; a daughter, Evalena Popham of San Dimas, Calif.; sons, E. Joe of Alhambra, Calif, and Bob of Du Quoin; brothers, Ottis and Columbus, both of Sweet Home, Ore. and Henry of Rocky Ridge, Mo.; a sister, Ollie Kelley of Du Quoin; nine grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. A daughter, a sister, and two brothers preceded her in death. Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the First Baptist Church in Du Quoin, with the Rev. John W. Somers officiating. Burial will be in the IOOF Cemetery in Du Quoin. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday and until the time of service Sunday at the Keeling Funeral Home in Du Quoin. Items taken from truck H.R. Crowell of 611 Buchanan St., Benton, reported to t h e Williamson County sheriff's office theft of articles valued at $306 from his pickup truck at the Marion City Lake Thursday. Crowell said a vent was pried open to enter the truck. Threa rods and reels, toolbox and tools were taken. band of Carbondale; threa sons, David, 12, Michael, 10, and Robert, 5, all at home; her mother, Mrs. Charles Hoi-ingsead of Nashville; one sister, Mary Bierman of Centralia; and her grandmother, Mrs. Robert Lewis of Law-renceville. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Sunday in the First United Methodist Church in Carbondale, where Mrs. Bartelsmeyer was a member. The Rev. Ray B. Porter, pastor of the church, will officiate , Burial will ba in the North Prairie Cemetery in Hoyleton. A committal service will ba held at the cemetery at 3 p.m. Sunday, with the Rev. Richard Scott, pastor of tha Grace United Methodist Church in Nashville, officiating. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Saturday at Huffman Funeral Home in Carbondale Inspections reveal deficiencies The Jackson County Health" Department restaurant and baf inspection for the period May 15 through May 22, 1975, turned up the following major deficiencies: Merlin's 315 S. Illinois Ave., Carbondale, upon recheck, two new major deficiencies, four major deficiences remain uncorrected, four new minor deficiencies, and seven minor deficiencies remain uncorrected. Also with major deficiencies are: Mohr Value, 1702 W. Main St., Carbondale, one major and one minor deficiency ; Jabo's Dixie Bar BQ, 105 E. Oak St. Carbondale, two major and one minor deficiency; Fox East Gate Theater, East Gate Shopping Center, Carbondale, one major deficiency; Chuck Wagon Cafe, De Soto, one major and one minor deficiency. THE lUINOISSTAIE Lotto. 42,28,22,45,10 Bonanza: 972, 238, 209 Stampede: 169207 Green, $5,000 car Orange, $4,000 car Black, $3000 car i

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