PAflfiBtGHT ALTON EVENING MONDAY, 7, 1§S8 -**.-.„. PHOTOGRAPHER ATTRACTS PHOTOGRAPHER When LST Lorain County passed through Alton Lock Sunday evening, photographers were attracted, including this girl (at right). During the war, such picture-taking was barred, but in peacetime such an event is a holiday for amateur camera fans.—Staff Photo. Hospital Notes Alton Memorial MEDICAL Homer Henkc, Moro Mrs. Vivian Kincade, Wood Riv er James Minard, 522 Belle Kevin Watson, Wood River Jerry Christenson, E. Alton Clyde Phelps, Mounted 37, Alton Kathy Starbuck, 2917 Buena Vis ta SURGICAL Donald Sawyer, 1202 Rock Spring Tr. Harvey Thomas, Wood River Mrs. Lorraine Thompson, Bethal to Mrs. Agnes Lowe, Staunton Jean Humphrey, Wood River Cynthia Welshans, Sparta Victoria Jean Perez, 2866 Fern wood Mrs. Frances Belangee, Bethalto Roger Landon, Jersey vine Mrs. Catherine Girard, Fairmoun Addition Myriam Cory, Kane Mrs. Lillie Gauntt, 2941 Watalee DISMISSED Mrs. Jean Langen, 1207 McPher- Mrs. Katherine Massey, 806 Hawley Miss Joan Cosby, Alton Memorial Hospital Carl Prante, Worden Mrs. Mildred Martin, E. Alton Mrs. Naomi Cannon, E. Alton Edgar Levi, Cottage Hills Gill Breenshield, Wood River Mrs. Betty Peil, E. Alton Jerry Christenson, E. Alton Joyce Hutton, 905 Rixon Mrs. Charlotte , PfeiKenberger, 450 Bluff Melvin Farmer, Wood River Mrs. Catherine Wooden, Hartford Mrs. Mabel Breyfogle, 2418 Edwards Mrs. Ethel Kreider, Roxana Willjam H. Craig, 3100 Brown Arnold Linzy, E. Alton Mrs. Dorothy Gordon, 601 Olm stead ; / Mrs. Emma Davis. 2609 Ida Mrs. Lola Laird, 206 Cherry Mrs. Marine Stout, 55U4 : Broadway Mrs. Edna Henson, 3500 Oscar Allen Neese, Moro St. Joseph's MEDICAL, Deberah Sue Riggins, Patterson Heights, Godfrey Gregory Ziegler, Cottage Hills Mrs. Amelia Gissal, 703 State James Bilback, 3004 Watalee Miss Terri Camp, 909 Haller, Wood River Mrs. Violet Esarey, 208 E. St. Louis Ave., East Alton Thomas Loundon (Baby) Trenton John Wense, 307 Dooley Drive. Robert Stahlschmidt, West All ton, Mo. Miran Mayor. Glen Carbon Edward Tueth. Decatur Fred Detter, Riverview Nursing Home Harry Ash, 1317 Raston Ralph Strain, Collinsville Mrs. Gladys Tovvnsend, West Alton Mrs. Jane Scott. 2304 Holman Mrs. Genevieve Reed. 3006 Brown Ralph Woodson, 410 Spring Clarence Townsend, Cottage Hills Mrs. Ruth Williams, 1626 Market Donald Danyus, 1306 Belle St. Mrs. Doris Huelskamp, 213 Jen nings, Wood River Mrs. Juanita Bobemion, 2415 Gillls Gary Crane, Rt. 1, Edwardsvllle DISMISSALS Mrs. Shirley Barton, 210 Cooper Mrs. Lola Brown, White Hall Mrs. Mary Bonafede, 3117 Clay Mrs. Myrtle Davis, 1138 Harrison Mrs. Kimike Ducan, 2717 Palmor Mrs. Margaret Duich, 454 Walcott, Wood River Mrs. Jene Dyer, 743 George, Wood River Mrs. Arlene Eberhardt, Edwardsville Walter Fahrig, 517 Cherry Mrs. Sarah Huber. 1905 Deal! Mrs. Mary Johnson, 326 Broad way Mrs. Susan Loftis, Rt. 1, Alton Mrs. Joyce Morgan, 903 Hampton Mrs, Esther Nagel. Edwardsvllle Mrs. Edith Ortiger, Rt. 1, Edwardsville Miss Deberah Rigeins, Godfrey Mrs. Augustine Shorter, 1907 Oakwood Ave. George Thompson, 1206 Cave Rd Mrs, Barbara Vender Horst, 744 Washington Ave. Mrs. Eileen Van Allman, 3803 Horn Ave. Miss Debra Sanders. 100 Tonsor Alvin Sims, 1713 Piasa Mrs. Jo Ann Terrell, 1117 Fut man Mrs. Myrtle Tedrlck, Rt. 1, Moro Ronald Tanner, 3642 Horn John Stamper, Rt. 2, Godfrey Robert Purcell. 1203 Diamond Steven Pelot, 3103 Franor ICIzavud McFraw, Roxana Ue Mathewtfon, R.F.D., East Mrs. Marie Matthews, Hardin Varren Greene, Kane Mrs. William Breden, Hardin Robert Weller, Jersey ville SURGICAL oseph Koenig, Rt. 1, Jerseyville Harold Koenig, Rt. 1. Jerseyville DISMISSALS August Fessler, Dow Charles Beatty, Jerseyville Mrs. Wm. Richter, Kampsville Irs. Charles Hill, Hardin Irs. Frances Steckel, Jerseyville Ars. Paul Rose, Hardin ilrs. George Wahle, Brighton s. Pearl Stocks, Jerseyvilie firs. Herbert Breitweiser, Dow Wood River Township Medical rs. Betty M. Wallace, 709 E. Third, East Alton ephen A. Creeling, 100 Ohio, East Alton eorge J. Stephenson, 2317 Salu, Alton ohn J. DeCota, South Roxana rankey B. Lane, Cottage Hills Timothy Allen Lane, Cottage Hills acqueline E. Stimac, Roxana Jam* LJndsey, 1413 Monument Mr*. UWanda Hawkins, West MUM nS»hra UrUfin. 918 Wlllard MUw Lois Eberlin. 701 Fail-view Miclmel Doi««y, 325 3rd St., Wood River Mrs. Dorothy Chaffer, 4047 Alby Mrs. Gwendolyn Bell, 996 Highland Vtrs. Nancy Compagno, 320 Vine Miss Dixie Boatright, 1400 East Fourth Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Hubert Droege, Jerseyville Mrs. Floyd Schobernd, Golden Eagle Mrs. Peter Powers, JerseyviUe Mrs. Paul Fritz, Brighton Mrs. Glen Osburn, Calif. Compton, Ronald Eugene Bowman, 141 Conley Mrs. Arlyn Ruth Peek, Hartford Surgical /Irs. Mary Lou McMillen, 3007 N. Jefferson, St. Louis, Mo. ilrs. Edna Ann Briggs, Rt. 1, Godfrey [arvin Mies Mahanay, 157 Park Lane erard L. Strieker, 417 Cobb, East Alton fliss Elizabeth A. Kirchner, 431 Tipton, Dismissal* Irs. Beatrice L. Crites, 140 White-law, East Alton rs. Audrie Lee Nicholls, Rt. 1, Granite City ichard Michael Mitchell, 203 S. Ninth TS. Urace E. C o 11 r e 11, 309 Broadway, East Alton [ichael Lynn Moore, 414 E. Drive, East Alton harles Lindley Taynor 924 Mill St., Bethalto ames Walter Merideth, Sinclair avenue, South Roxana iss Betty Kirchner, 431 Tipton Irs. Ruth Yvonne Rngering, 145 E. Haller, East Alton Larry Robert Copeland, Biltmore avenue, South Roxana eorge Edward Miller, 301 E. Twentieth St., Alton Irs. Iris J. Hicks, 569 Shellview Dr., Bethalto .Irs. Loreda May Graves, 423 Florida Ave., East Alton ancy Kathleen Lamer, Rt. 1, Edwardsville Cambodian Ambassador Ordered From London PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) -Cambodian Ambassador Sam ary has been ordered from Louon for beating a nursemaid at ic embassy so severely that she omplained to the police. In an open letter published in ambodian newspapers Sunday, ary claimed Cambodian law gave 'in the right to beat the girl. 22. tie has since married a BriiUh ttorney and is remaining in Eng- nd. Sary complained to the Foreign ffice about the marriage, but his wn government fired him. Light Concrete Saves Building Time and Money By SCIENCE SERVICE CHICAGO — A new concrete building material announced here can be sawed, chopped and chiseled without losing its strength, and weighs only one- third as much as ordinary concrete. The new material Is expected to enable builders to erect nous es 40% faster and at 20% lower cost than with ordinary materials, Gerald Gidwitz, chairman of Continental Materials Corp. here, said. The cellular concrete, called Calsi-Crete, is easier and cheaper to ship and handle than ordi nary concrete slabs because of its light weight, the manufacturer claims. Calsi-Crete is made by blasting air through a wet mixture of concrete, silica, wood and asbestos fibers. After the material "rises," much like bread, it is molded, baked, sawed to size and lolished, a company official told Science Service. The new material is particular- y suited for use as roof slabs, loors, walls and cores of doors, Mr. Gidwitz said. A major property in addition to light weight and fire resistance, he said, is that it will not chip during transit. Official Observations Of Sputniks Listed WASHINGTON—A collection of optical observations of the earth's first two artificial earth satellites, sputniks I and II, has now been published by the Smithsonian In stitution .here. Scientists of the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, Cam bridge, Mass., compiled the observations as part of their activities in connection with the International Geophysical Year. The publication contains the observations reported by Moonwatch teams and observatories all over the world, including the information released from day to day by the U.S.S.R. on Satellites 1957 Alpha and 1957 Beta during their entire lifetimes. The book may be purchased from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D.C. Proof UAR Aids Lebanese Rebels BEIRUT. Lebanon (AP)-Prem ier Sami Solh today produced a new list of rebel captives which he claimed bolstered Lebanon's charges that President Nasser's United Arab Republic is helping the Lebanese rebels. He appealed to "the world's conscience" to pin the blame for the eight-week-old rebellion on U.A.R. intervention. Solh issued a statement as an atmosphere of tension lay over Beirut, and security forces braced themselves for the possibility of a big battle inside the capital, The Premier made public a list of 50 Syrians and Lebanese rebels lip claimed were captured smug jjling arms into the country. 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