Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 7, 1958 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 7, 1958
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PAGE SOt ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Eating Contort For K/ioury r s Slated Tiifsf/fi v New Program Millipede With 700 Legs Found In Pnnanta B> M IEN( K SERVICE WASHINGTON — A miliiprde thitl ronies close In really being a "UioiisH iid-legs" has hren dis- o-i.-rod living in B Pan;i'.i i v.i<- ley. A grand total nf "(Ml legs keep lithe nnimal's \\oimlikc body in ; clion. Its body consist 1 ; of 175 segments, strung <>ne after the other, cm h with loin- IPSJS. K.i"h set ol legs run ad iiKirr o" less inf'ppondeiiHv ol the o.ivis. H. F.'Loomis nf Miami. Fla., an e.xpert on millipedes, discovered Ihp nrvv species while investigating ihis class ol invertebrates at Barro Colorado Island, the Smithsonian Institution's tro- pical-lifc preserve In the Panama Cnnnl Zone. lie also found more specimens ooiuiuaj*""." >_ v.i. -• -- i v H i u (' > t /(< '' v <'' •* • i , ., . • 11 • i Khoury League players were oni An experiment conducted on: A M **|- |nr |!~ a A ,.|» °' a T '"" », mlll ' pctles . the streets of downtown Wood| 138 patients receiving gold salt| /1.1111IJUU1C&/1.11> one wilb only 20 segments and River selling tickets forSBturday.ij n j 0(;t | Ons revealed thai iliP| |80 legs, that are capable of i oll- The tickets sell for 60 cents and! amount o f gold excreted in to*\T)™~A + *****A "Dm, »»R themselves into very tight ere good for two burgers. lurine varied proportionaicly with The 23 teams in the league arej^p amount administered competing lor a $25 first prize; Sim . e individual patients dilfer-j I""* | _| f M -f O r»tin,ll to go to the one selling the most; P <j i n their excretion rales for vAJltl 1.111 Ci/llUil WOOD RIVER A KMOX-TVi », n ihe ft comet D'. .vc.Tn m KRSI• Ai'tlii'itics Get Alton Tuesday night when representatives of the six teams in the- « 1* f IT|i*»«tl Wood River Khoury league's Ju- RellCl T I OII1 v e n i 1 e Division compete in a Khourvburger eating contest. The contest is a new arid it ion • this year to the Wood Rive i Township .Junior Chamber ol ftj . s( n, ; j,- r |.; SKRVK'K Commerce's drive to raise funds. c _ A npH . m( , ivi(Uia i.j ior Khoury League baseball. Tin-. n«v.« „ ., ' fourth annual Khouryburger T)ny izcrt program tor gold salts Ihcr- will he held all-flay on Saturday ap y in rheumatoid arthritic pant the drive-in restaurant. (jpnts nas rPSU lted in complete' ^ -- _ ^ As in the past. Mrs. Ja - vrtlc<s . rpm j SS j,,n ;„ patients who were! l\fc/4Lfllii5 ?£ r' ill Tr a r a Mriwrhc' n rs I ^ 1 iai'for">e>r!y classified as failures.! >| rs . ,| PSsir BiVflM, 352 '^cSn"!? ^ Vir^lM «« «PO«nd here today. 1 Bluff SI., «», M JWUf. rr Comet owner and Jayccr. The, Formerly, group therapy was da rf V, and Pttjoyed flowers organization hopes to bral last uscd insl( , ad of individual pro-. £ on j,l'* r ^*™.I TUSf year's record of 2.600 sandwiches; gramSi ,-csultinR in various side; ™ [ ne "«»"»«•• — aia » and sell at least 4.000 this year.j rf , ai , tions rtn ^ responses by indl-;._"_"__ Saturday. Ja.vcee members andj virtun ] pa ii Pn t s . tickets. igold, any fixed dosage schedule Jim Bell is over all chairman| muS | rcsu it j n toxic symptoms inj By SCIENCE SERVICE dlnl .DelI *« w I. I nn v " l * li *"""' rnUr»l I UMil I Ml iV.M<- -\Y" i [Jivi n-^ *t • | •»,! »^, »«-*.*.i^j»j U«VMW> M.-^M* for the event. Dale Appleby, inj sornc and therapeutic failure inj CHICAGO — The infectious charge of street sales: Jim At-| 0 ) n ers. The toxicity was a fri-; a gi>nls that cause tin? commonj . . . kinson, publicity; R i c h Stevens , er j on for the adequacy of the ,. 0 | d al . e ah le to •stimulate Hie fo is oecayips \ . . . . _ j._...:u..ti»^,. D «rf Rill .».__ T^_.. n : ..i j i> o.«i«h ... . her &nd are sometimes fou and very small balls. Millipedes, Mr. Loomis says tare .different from cenlipedes ii ' I many ways. While centipedes feed on small Insects ar.d lowci hv.'ins of animal life, millipede.' air vegf-laricins. Thei; 1 fnvoriit poster distribuu'on; and Bill Reynolds, tickets. AVilliam P. Peak. Kenneth . Shift captains fo Saturday willJKron, Irvin F. Hermann, Russell be Richard Johnson, Jim Mil-|A. DelToro and Mr. Meyer Goldford, Jim Peat. Jim Allshouse.i man . all of the Benjamin Frank dose, Drs. Richard T. Smith, body , 0 pro d u ,. c antilwriies that! Don't Take It for Granted couuo Nenuee teefio i W/SITE' HIS POEMS COMVKtTEO TO MCMOfcV ,^ AND PASSED DOWN PICOM ONfe TO PUBLICATIONS INVEST COME *ZO,000,OOOf>Y£Ae. S6ASON IN Kg AO» N6. Jim Brown, Jim Schmidt and Don Hubbard. 4 Area School Officials Attend Annual NEA Meet EDWARDSVILLE — Madison County Superintendent of Schools George T. Wilkins was among four area delegates from the TEA lin Clinic in Philadelphia, re- the Journal of the Medical Association ported in American here. Individualized programs Induced remissions in 82 per cent of 347 patients, between 12 and 18 weeks after commencement, they reported. The aim of the individual pro gram is to build a level of gold in the body of the patient suffi cient to produce remission while maintaining a level that will in duce permanent remission. Much southwestern division who at-| of )he go | d administered in group tended the annual convention of lnerap y was lost or excreted by- some patients while retained by others, the doctors pointed out the National Education Association from June 29 through July 4 at Cleveland. Others from the area who attended were Macy Pruitt, assistant superintendent of schools at Alton; Mrs. Doris Steffen, third- grade teacher at South Roxana, and -Barbara Thielemann, second grade teacher at Rosewood Heights School, Granite City Superintendent Paul Grigsby, an NEA director, also attended several sessions of the convention. Supt. Wilkins, accompanied by his wife, left the convention for Chicago to attend a meeting of private business school and college administrators, Hien drove to Milwaukee for a visit with theii son, Dr. George T. Wilkins Jr scientists reported here today. Therefore, t h e cold-causing agents are antigenic and arc responsible for some antibodies circulate in the human body. Kxperimenls by Drs. George OS. Jackson, Harry F. Dowling and Truman 0. Anderson of the Uni- •ersity of Illinois College of Medicine here revealed that: 1. Common cold infectious agents are widespread. 2. These antigens produce antibodies in human gamma globulin that neutralize the action of the infection. 3. The common cold in adullsj is usually located in the mucous ^ * s ' pp( . ies with 590 four-legged Urinary excretion of gold was carefully charted and toxicity symptoms were recorded un til the required dosage was able to be computed for Individ uals. In general, variations in pa- ient response to gold salt therapy are due to the wide d i f- erences in the retention and ex- Tetion of the gold, the scientific concluded. Their son, who began his residency in pediatrics July 1 at Milwaukee Children's Hospital, completed his internship June 29 at Presbyterian St. Luke's Hospital in Chicago. AIRLINES NEED U 1/1 UULH IT rtlllJIKJUle> IIKIIi , , . I .. .. ,, ,,.. ;in^ under rotting lo^s the cold, three Chicago) Danforth Sewer Repair Planned; Type in Doubt Cily Manager Walt said today prominent attorney Raymond F. Bossmeypr was surprised recently when a neighbor's child addressed him HS "Fatty." Bossmeyer is a hit stout, but not fat. Fven though the millipede is probably one of the least aggressive animals, .Mr. Loomis warns that some species are poisonous. There seems to be a poison gland ;r. most segments of these millipedes. They are able to coordinate the glands' action, sending ^"^^'^ ^inch^nYainagej'''*™ from the telephone direc- oiil a spray of a highly caustic! ,„,,„. . . „ Itorv, where the attorney is listed substance. Mr. Loomis report slower under Danforth Street in the, ; . 1BoMimeyeri Raymond F being temporarily blinded in one|1000-block has been under consid-j a|(y eye. and part of his face tempo-!eration since spring but with «i ' Obituaries T.E.SandidgeSr. Thomas E. Satididge Sr., 44. was pronounced dead on arrival at St. Joseph'sxHospital Saturday at 1:25 p.m. following a cardiac attack at the home of his mother, Mrx. Mary Ford, 203 W. 13th St. HP had not previously complained of cardiac pains, although Saturday morning he did complain of indigestion. Sandidge was born Aug. 24, 1934 in Alton, and has lived here all his life, with the exception of [\vo years in the Navy, where he was a Seaman First Class. He received a Victory Ribbon with Pacific American member of the Teamsters and Chauffeurs Union Local 525, and a member of the VFW. For many years he had been employed by Ham andMerv the Asiatic Fleet. He was » Cab Co. His survivors, mother, include his wife, the former Mary Ellen Canadey, to whom he was married May 16, two sons, Donald E., who is with the Marines in San Dingo, Calif., and Thomas E. Jr., of Alton; and three sisters, Mrs. Rudy (Georgia) Munzingcr, Miss Faye Ford, and Miss Mildred Ford, all of Alton. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10 a.m. in Staten Funeral Home, with the Rev. Paul Krcbs, of Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church, officiating. She Looked It Up (Military service will be at the LOUISVILLE. Ky. K - Locallyjsame time by the VFW. —, ™ Burial will be in National Freeman, Jerseyville; Mrs. Tossie Ruebling, Virden, and Mrs. Margaret Winters. Eolla, Mo., 33 grandchildren, and 31 great- grandchildren. R. E. McReaken EDWAJIDSVILLE- Ralph PJber MceRaken, 6.'). of 215 Si, Andrews Avr., dird at 5:10 p.m. Saturday at. St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, after his admission there nt noon. He had heen suffering from a heart ailment. A retired maintenance department employe at the former National-I. S. Radiator Corp. planl here and a resident of Edwardsville the past 22 years, he was bom July 11, 1894, at Sorento, a son of the late Wilbur and Mary Manning McReaken. He was married here June 18. 1921, to Miss Verna Simons of MONDAY, JULY 7, 1958 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^u^^^^^^^^^^MUHgMiMHHH^H ^•••••••^^^•^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Mrs. Ewily Humphrey Rites HeM Today With the ftev. Father Joseph Schrnertmarth as celebrant, ft re- qulem high mass was sung at 10 a.m. today in St. Mary's Church for Mrs. Etriily M. Humphrey. Burial wan In Upper Alton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Vincent Tran* sue, Wiley Harris, Joseph Pyrick, Ted Telkamp, Layman Galloway and Edwin Pclot. _ __ children. Funeral services are to be con* ducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Les« ley Marks Funeral Home, in charge of the Rev. R. IT. Tor* mohlen, pastor of Eden Evangel* leal and Reformed Church, with burial in Sunnysidc Cemetery at Sorento. Friends may call at tht funeral home after « thit ev»» ning. besides h i s if 1 ' '° M f ver " B h ; . ,,,if« t h „ Staunton, who survives. Also surviving are two sons and a daughter. Ralph ,T. and Gerald If. McReaken and Mrs. Emil (Virginia) Bratten, Kdwardsville: a brother, Wilbur J. McReaken Of St. Louis, and a sister, Mrs. William (Geneva) Caulk of Peoria, and four grand- Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. today. The child explained she got thei ]VI|»tj ¥ ime from the telephone direc- J-"** «• •*••• rarilv paralyzed, when lie "got , inal decision on the mode of re-i of _°'' v ! lle Gl Gersman .. .... , i Petitioners set UP t in Ihe way" of this poison spray. The newly discovered millipede lias Ihe second largest number of gs yet known. Sonu- years ago. pair still to be decided on. Petitioners set up that the 24- inch storm drain, crossing at 1038 ( I Mi- 1 1 iSlUI 111 Ul. CUl If V.I vrjomj, \+\. -»"'.vr The city manager's explanaloryiQaiiforth, seems to have effective statement followed the receipt ofjcapacity of only a 12-inch duct. ' m in- membranes of the upper respira tory tract. Repeated tests have shown that the gamma globulin antibody is found in nasal secretions. These antibodies, however, do not act against the cold. Therefore, antibodies may be of little importance in the prevention of a local infection of the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory tract. 4. When volunteers received segments, more than 750 legs. Dr. Melvin T. Pennell Funeral Service Funeral rites for Dr. Melvin T. Pennell, 42, obstretician. who died Saturday, were conducted at 9 a.m. today in St. Mary's Church with the Rev. Father James Suddes as celebrant of liood of the drainage duel. Affirming the sewer has been crushed, the petitioners ask re- as well as a damaged condition placemen! so that their premisesjimpede the flow through it. Also no longer will be flooded in heavyj alleged is that the storm water rains and an insanitary condition]line also seems to carry some raw /ill be eliminated, (sewage, creating a condition inimi- Heading the petition is the name'eal to health. 'nose drop" doses of infecliousi^g re q U ;em high mass. Fathei "" agent plus a mixture of "pooled" also officialed at commit- gamma globulin from many hu-j (a i r jt es j n st. Joseph's Ceme- mans, only 20% of the tested ,_,.. Men and women. 17-39, married or single to prepare for well-paid positions, technical or non-technical, public contact. Hostesses, reserva- tlonists. communlcatlonlsts, radio operators, station agents, etc. Good pay, travel, glamour, security. Qualify now. Girls must he high school graduates. Korean veteran approved. Mail coupon to Central Institute, Box 1050 care Telegraph. Age .... group suffered colds. Approximately 50';'n of the groups thai received the infectious agent but no gamma globulin developed colds, Dr. Jackson told Science Service. The knowledge thai antibodies can fight the common cold will ---- Caskctbearers were Boyd George, Thomn* B. O'ConncU. Joseph E. Macner, Cooper E. Saundei-s, Robert E. Mueller, Daly E. Melican, Dr. George W. Bassford, and Norman Trowbridge. Nam* •••• Addreil City ; Statt Education ••••• Phont Bus. Phone FASTEST COLOR FILM PROCESSING Movi* Fllcnt, States, •"<> Picture* IN THIS AREA Bent DIRECT to Eastman Kodak DAILY BRING YOUR FILM TO FOSTER'S DRUG STORE 990 E. BROADWAY DIAL 2-2881 OIWB Cvc*f Nlto Till It play an important role in the lea sihility of developing a common cold immunizing vaccine, Dr. Jackson said in Science. However, further research is needed. The Indian Museum in Calcutta, will have a section showing customs, habits and costumes of different parts of the country. TO CKU5BRATK TYRANT? France has been debating about holding an official celebration this year to mark the 200th anni versary of Robespierre, Paris reports. Opponents point out that hr? sent hundreds of people to the guillitone in the French Revolution and died on the scaffold him self. no money lake 36 monUu to pay •itoriir*Mri(i yiv liiMtMi aluminum awnings TODAY! tttv nnuiw pmUM gt *m. Fir FREE Estimate witMut • Permanent i Finiih f :• Complete ' Vmtililion « Wmllier Protection • Glirt-frM , h*!o light '. CALL 5-5944 JACK MARTIN— 2-9070 KLMEK SCH1MIDT— 2-7509 ALTON'S ONLY FLEXALUM AWNING MANUFACTURER BUND AND 00. a lhe addressed to the city.JThey complain that six homes in- ,,,'r and the mayor by 16[cur basement flooding. They also property owners in the neighbor- aver that a city sanitary sewer crosses through the lop 12 inches of the drainage Vine, and that this JKRSEYViLLE — Funera.,1 rites for Mrs. Laura Mohr, of Fidelity, widow of John Mohr, who died Saturday at 8 p.m., will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m., in Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home by the Rev. Carl C. Moman, pastor First Baptist Church. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery, Greenfield. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. today. Surviving are four sons, William, Jerseyville: Lloyd, Greenfield; Ray, Springfield and George, Gillespie; five daughters. Mrs. Anna Carr. 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