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F Manning - At Rfoer Hearings .Oil Qualifications Of Two...
At Rfoer Hearings .Oil Qualifications Of Two Doctors Concluded { WOOD RIVER - Hearings on, i the qualifications of two Wood f River physicians who resorted to * the court* to avert .being re! ftroVfcd from the medical staff of \- Wood River Township Hospital -, were concluded at the hospital j. Tuesday nlRW, it was said » Wednesday by one of the attor- ; neys for the physicians. '• Shortly after Jan. 1 the lios- • pltttl board removed from the as- sociafe hiedcial staff of the hos . pital Drs. Jack Dayan and Bernard Apanel, declined to give a reason for the action and later was f forced by a Circuit Court ; Injunction to restore to them as*• sociate staff privileges. The two .- doctors, through the attorneys, charged that they were being .' discriminated against because they were of foreign birth and that they had been removed . from the staff of the public hospital Avithout due process of law. Following this the hospital directors began a series of hear- V Ings at which testimony was ?;.thought to have bearing on Hie h case was taken by a court re- Four Wood River Boys To Attend Camp Piasa WOOD RIVER — Four boys who will spend n week each free at YMCA Camp Piasa. starting June 24, were announced today by Police Sgt. James Buckner. Twoi of the boys are being sponsored by Wood River Police Benevolent Asocial ion and two of them by Wood River Kouples Klub. The four boys are Freddie Silkwood of 212 Elble St.. Wood River. Vincent Ruyle of 324 Marquis, Wood River. James Lattimore of ]163 Date St.. Hartford, and Jimmy MavUle of S05 State St., Wood River. porter. The hearings, Marshall Smith, one of the attorneys for the physicians, said Wednesday, were concluded Tuesday night. . Francis Manning, attorney for the hospital board, said that the hearings had been concluded but declined to comment further on the situation. Smith, however, said that the hospital board had given the attorneys for the two medics several weeks In which to submit arguments. Specifically, he said that it was agreed that the attorneys would have i.vo weeks to submit arguments .ind a resume of their position Bating from the time a transcripi: of testimony is completed by the court reporter. Tho (ward. Smith said, will then studv Die case as summed up by the attorneys for the two doctors and decide whether or not to persist in its stand that they should be removed from the associate medical staff. Wood River \otes WOOD RIVER — The Rev. C. | T, Stolze of Assumption, left ! Wednesday after a visit with his sister and brother-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Mahoney, 714 Wood River Ave. He arrived 1 at their home Tuesday. old i !

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 21 Jun 1956, Thu,
  3. Page 14

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