Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 25, 1956 · Page 17
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23,. 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVENTEEN BARGAINS FOR MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN! SERVICE Sate; i 9Ki.r 3C.K vit,k CHILDREN'S '•>»•'<><->' omi<-t si,<><> >/<>/•<• SHOES Jill PIASA ST., ALTON, ILL titmice Smith Gift Club Women Help Fix Up Crippled Children's Center PRICES REDUCED Values to $4.95 All Colors All Styles Save $$$ Alton's Pint Self*Servlee Shoe Store FOR ONLY ALTON'S ORIGINAL SELF-SERVICE SHOE STORE. READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS DAILY Members of the Wood River .Tun- tor Women's Club Wednesday transported many items from the Easter Seal Treatment Center. 91.1 Milton Rd., to Elm Ridfie. the home of the late philanthropist. Miss Eunice Smith, which was willed to the cause of physicially handicapped children. The .lunior Women's Club, of which Mrs. .Terry Trattlcr is president, is associated with the General Federation of Women's Clubs and has been one of many contributing groups irr the area which has helped the Easter Seal Treatment Center through volunteer hours of work and contributions of equipment ami money. The Junior Women also launched a program of painting the interior of Elm Ridse. The Parent's Study Group, under the leadership of Ben Batson, president, and committee chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Venable. Reha Woodward. Forrest Mills and Dick Gross, has been instrumental in handling such details as the painting, electrical wiring, flooring, and obtaining furniture and kitchen supplies for the new Center. Charles SchcuU, volunteer carpenter, is constructing ramps for use of wheelchair and crutch] patients. The Easter Seal Treatment Center is operated tinder the guidance of the board of trustees of the Madison County Association for the Crippled, Inc., Mrs, H. John Thayer, president, and help* furnish treatment for the physically disabled children and adults. Soon! after the move to the Eunice Smith Home is completed, a preschool training program for physically handicapped chikiren will he ' started as one of the addilional' treatment facilities to be offered! to the community. : A formal opening date of the new Easter Seal Treatment Center will be announced as soon as the move is completed and the re- i decorating is finished, a spokes-1 man said. No Maps for Tourists MEXICO CITY, !P — The traffic Bureau says Mexico City is ] probably the only ma.for city in the world without maps showing bus, streetcar and other transportation routes. Cost to the American taxpayer to clean up refuse strewn by careless motorists is Sla' to $50 a mile per year. Roxana Girl, 10, Hit By Baseball Bat Deer Hunting Season Hi-Jinks ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BHBMBPMHBBBMHI^^^^MHHPBnBHMI^^^^^^^^M^^^^^M LAST DAYS! DON'T. MISS THE WIND-UP. THE FINAL HOURS OF THIS TERRIFIC EVENT! OUR SEVENTH BIG YEAR! Alt on. s«. ; CREDIT JEWELERS Av, Hi. *>**» "son fii, er *et. TWO FRIENDLY STORES 6 DIAMOND SET 3 Just 92.00 A Wri>k! Cut yourself a slice of these values! 8 DIAMOND JHJO S 154 jQ»t f 4.00 A Week! 10 DIAMOND SET Just 95.0O A Week! 12 DIAMOND DUO *250 Jmt 96.00 A Week! ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! ^' *v 8<* _ * *, 1 Smart Luggage and up • Feather Light • Correct Fashion • Open Stock Colors Portahle Record Players DIAMOND DUO A gorgeous, fiery facet diamond in a lovely gold mounting ... at a special price 1 '132 JUST $3.00 A WEEK! up fl.OO Dowu: TARLE RADIOS A.\D CP! ALL PRICES INCLUDE FEDERAL TAX Bay Now On Our Easy Pay Plan! Dave It Paid By Christmas! CREDIT r is good HERE! 52-I'IKCK SILVER WARE BUY NOW . . . PUT YOURS AWAY FOR CHRISTMAS WOOD RIVER — Four area residents had X-rays taken for injuries and two others were treated in the emergency room ot Wood River Township Hospital Wednesday. X-rays were taken of the nose and head of Beverly Isted, 10. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don IsffiJ. 302 Maple St., Roxana. Beverly was hit on the head with a baseball bat at Burbarik School. Larry Cadle. Prairie Avenue, South Roxana. had X- rays taken of both knees for an injury suffered playing football on Tuesday. Michael Shehorn. 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. Foster S. Shehorn. Bunker Hill, had X-rays tnken of his right ankle injured playing basketball Bunker Hill High School. X-rays were taken of the left arm of Harold H. Dinwiddie, 522 S. Central Ave., Roxana. Garry 0. Fairies*, general delivery. Wood River, was treated lor a laceration above his left eye, suffered when he ran into n post at Sixth St. and Kdwardir ville road. Mrs. Alvis S. Little. 456 W. Rosedale Dr., East Alton, was treated for an injury to her left wrist alter she fell in her basement. Total Loss $900,527 In Hodge Case SPRINGFIELD. — State Audi- j tor Lloyd Morey today issued a ! preliminary report giving the i extent of funds improperly dis-! bursed from appropriations ofj {the auditor of public accounts by 1 | the former state auditor, based | | on the audit by independent ac-; i countants now in progress. The ; i report sets the total unaccounted j for loss at $900.527. This is contrasted with the estimated loss ! of 5637,054, on which indictments I were returned against the form- j er auditor by the Sangamon ! County grand jury. ; Soon after the discovery of i i fraudulent loss in the auditor's I office, the Budgetary Commis' sion directed that a complete ! audit be made of the accounts i of the former auditor during his | entire period of incumbency. ' This audit is being, earned out > by Peal, Marwick, Mitchell & ' Co., certified public accountants. { Fraudulent withdrawals from \ the general funds of the state under appropriations to the auditor's office totaled $882,722. Fraudulent withdrawals from the trust (unclaimed deposits) fund totaled 5546,685, of which $528,- j 880 was redeposited to the credit j of this fund, leaving a net unac- i counted for difference of $17,805. ! Dr. Morey explained that these j combined figures make up the j total of $900,527, now determin- i ed to be a more accurate figure ! of loss. Even this amount, Morey stated, cannot be considered as final i or complete since there are still j matters in the audit requiring i further investigation and many i result in an increase in the total amount of loss. Kane Baptist Roll Call Set For Nov. 4 KANE. — The annual roll' call of the Baptist Church will be Nov. 4. Services will be at 10:15 a.m., with Dr. Roland Turnbull, president of Shurtleff College, as speaker. A covered dish dinner will be served at noon in the church dining room. Undergoes Surgery KANE. — Jerry Dixon, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Dixon, underwent an appendectomy Tuesday at Boyd Memorial Hospital, CaiTollton. WSCS Program KANE. — The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church is having a week of prayer and self denial, beginning tonight. Members will also sponsor a UN1CEF party at the church Friday, at 6:30 p.m. PROVO, Utah A> — It's dror- [ hunting season ih Utah—time for the annual ninirnd hi-jinks. i Like Yukus Inonye of nearby i Highland, vvh.) WHS rmnkenod 1 from his nap by hunters' bullets '• ! whining too close to his rural j home. Going to the window to i warn them away, he spotted n i four-point buck standing In his own yard, grabbed his rifle and filled his season's quota on the spot." Or Otto Reichert of Provo who 'brought his buck back alive. He'd already shot one when he came upon a three-pointer trapped in a barbed-wire fence. Freeing the animal, bo brought it home with him, treated its cuts and turned it over to fish Shd game department. But tfn Onrglo ADA. Okla. ,-P — While th« giggle of returning children orhorrl through Galey School in •: Pontotoc County, the gurgle of I water from the school's well I stopped. ' The water well went dry the j first day of school anrt an cmer- 1 eency supply was being hauled , in. Oklahoma's severe drought ' was blamed. YOUR CREDIT IS ALWAYS GOOD AT STONE BROS.! 17 JEWEfc MOII'M or Indie*' WATCHES Ju»i «1,00 A W**kl « 175 3 DIAMOND MAN'S KING '135 Junt 91,00 4 Week! »l,«0 WE GIVE TOP VALUE SAVINGS Su|K>roonlc Sweetheart CINCINNATI, ff — Mrs. Delvina Wheeldon, Cincinnati radio broadcaster and former Powers model, became the first woman ever to be given the Air Force Assn. Citation of Honor. She was named "Supersonic Sweetheart" of the AFA. 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