Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 24, 1952 · Page 3
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MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1M2 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE ELEVATOR ONCE TALLEST STRUCTURE — The Brighton grain elevator was once the tallest building in the village, but now is far overshadowed by the new water tank. An access ladder climbs up one leg to a walkway around the tank's girth. The tank will soon be pamtcd a bright aluminum, and the name of the village lettered around it. CONNECT PIPES — Workman sets pipes level where mains leave standpipe from water tank. A six-inch main will serve the village needs and pressure will be maintained by the height of the tank. Pumping s fa I ions have been installed between Godfrey and Brighton and customers have attached house lines along the way. Honor Student Dies Following Test of Blood SEATTLE, March 24. /P-An 18- year-old college honor student died yesterday of an injection of bacterially-contaminated blood, given during an experiment connected with \viii' research by the University of Washington. The young victim, James Stanley Lecdom, a freshman at Sea Hue University, was one of 40 volunteers participating in the project seeking better svays to preserve whole blood. He died three days after the Injection, despite every effort to savo his life. Dr. Robert IT. Williams, head of the University of Washington department of medicine, said blood became contaminated some phenomenon" after it been refrigerated. "The only way we can explain it," said Dr. Williams, "is that, the bacteria, was able to grow in some manner while the blood was a) ' free/ing temperature and 'not ai body temperature. 1 ' ISotii I.>r. Williams and Dr. Clement A. Kind], associate professor the "by had of medincine in charge of hematology at the university, said they would "gladly pa-ticipate in the same experiment tomorrow." They said the bacteria had not yet been identified, but they believed it to be a saprophyte (any organism living on dead or decaying organic matter), which does not grow at body temperature but thrives when chilled. It produces shock and highffevcr. The project in which Leedom took part was started by the university nine months ago as part of a nation-wide effort to find preservatives which would keep whole blood longer than the 21 days considered safe with the present use of acid citrate glucose. Several other laboratories jn the country arc conducting research along the same line. Both university doctors said bacteria has been found on very rare occasions in refrigerated blood, but was so uncommon the risk was almost negligible. Some 700.000 foreign visitors to Britain in I'm (compared wiih 60:i,(JUO in .19SOJ spent an estimated $280,000,000. FIREPLUG IS ONE OF A NUMBER — This plug on the corner by the Lc?gion hall serve:) a number ot houses on (he e,.ist side of the 11 road trdcl.', Excavations for the manv, are still .settling, and laterals acro r ,5 streets are a hazard for motorist',, but the citizens are not omplaining. The new tank can be seen in the distance. REALLY SHOWS ITS SIZE — When a man is photographed at :he base of the new water tower at Brighton, it helps one compare the great height of the steel framework. The Grabbe construction superintendent stands near the base of the sfandpipe watching his nen finish off an installation. XAAGT Meeting- Alton branch of. the National Association for the Advancement, if Colored People will moot Tuesday at: S p. m. «I, 604 Belle sir-eel, VTrs. Tillmon Wilson, secretary, announced today lor Mack I, Davis, president. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Brighton Kxplorer Scouts To Meet BRIGHTON—There will be nn Explorer Scout meeting Tuesday evening 7:.'!0 p. m. at: the home of John E. Jones. All boys of Explorer age are invited to attend I his meeting. EVERYDAY PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Daily, 9 A.M. to 10 P.M. WE DO DELIVER. Sundays and Holidays, 9 A.M. to 1 P.M.—4 P.M. to 10 P.M. Sickness and accidents may come at any time and we are here to serve you and your doctor morning, afternoon and evening. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE 230 EAST BROADWAY — DIAL 2-2832 SAVI-: T1MK BY ASKI.\(i VOIJK DOCTOR TO I'llOXK TS. l.MMKDIATK DKUVKKV ON KMKIUift.NCY I'KKSCKirTIONS I F you feel it advisable to express your wishes in advance of necessity, as}< for our counsel and assistance — in complete confi- deuce, and without any obligation whatsoever. MILLINERY Second Floor Dramatic headline for this Spring season. Flower and Velvet trimmed on n'ne sewn imported straw. It's a hat of sheer perfection. This hat can also be seen in such sparkling spring colors as pink, yellow, navy, black, natural, red, and lilac. Q $Q98 TO $ 15 00 Suspect Body In River May Be Gangster ATAn.SKII.I.KS 111., March 2-1, ft There wns some doubt today whether (he body of a man taken from the Illinois river nl Ottawa Friday is that of a Chlcngnnn soimhl for niiestioninR in connection with the horse meat scandal. A Konornl description of ll\o river victim matched thai of Joel Miller, 20, missiiiK since last May. Cook mini* nun LaSalle county officials exhumed the body from « grave at Marseilles and conducted an autopsy. Kdwin T. lirepn. first assistant state's attorney of Cook county, said results of the autopsy conducted yestei'day ill not bo made known for seveial days. Meanwhile, Sheriff Clayton C. Harbeck said the body may he that: of Peter Spilman, 21, a former patient in the Kanknkee stale hospital, who disappeared in January, Spilman's cap and shoes were found on the river bank near Hie hospital. Martin Brodkin, assistant state's attorney conducted the horse meal investigation, • d he believed the missing Miller was a "muscle man" for the hors meat ring. He said Miller was s- n in the company of Joseph Siciliano, another horse meat, figure, shortly before his disappearance. Siciliano has refused to submit to a lie detector lost -bout Miller's disappearance. Brodkin said he thought Miller was slain. Siciliano is under indictment in Lake county on charges of bribeiy and conspiracy. He was recently indicted by a Coolc county grand jury for armed robbery in connection with the ousting of another horse meat, packer from his business. In DeWitt county, Sidliuno faced n charge of bribing u state food inspector. Jail on Wheels Puls Occupants Up for Ridicule MIDWAY, Ala., March 2d, /P~ You'll look a long time before finding another hoosegow like the midway jail. It's on wheels, sits in a Negro woman's front yard and puts its occupants up for public inspection. Midway folks find it satisfactory, though. Very few of them ever gel: locked up. The jail is a discarded convict wagon, Any passerby can see who's In it, the inmates usually are subject to quite a bit of ridicule from persons on the outside. Ambulance Does Double Duty ALBANY, N. Y., Mmvh 24 -,T Ono nmhuliincri c|ji| double duty for thr Pork family of West MlddloInu-K. ' I Kirst HIP nmlmlnnrp nisluv) Mrs. I Anna Pork, HO, from her home to Albany hospital, KolumiiiK lo SrhohnriP county. I IIP driver slopped in help 11 man whose truck h.-id crushed into n trpo near Dunneshmt;, then lie tumr.d n round and look HIP irmn, Mrs, Peck's son, Andrew, to HIP same hospital. Peek, lifl, had tieen on his way lo the hospitnl to see his mother. HP was discharged after treatment. TRAINEES IN BIG NATIONAL DRIVE No Previous Experience Needed Says Chicago TV Executive CHICAGO—(Specinl) A nationwide drive to enlist men to prepare for proAtable jobs as television technicians wns announced today by E. B. 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