Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 16, 1956 · Page 24
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 16, 1956
Page 24
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PAGE TWEm'Y-FOUR ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AUGUST 16,1954 HERE'S FOR PEOPLE WHO 60 FOR DELICIOUS COFFEE IN A BIO WAY! • NOTHEIt F1NC PRODUCT Or OTANDARD BRAND* INC. ON NEW GIANT I Makes about as much as 3 Ibs. of ground coffee . . . yet you pay far less ! Hurry ! Supply limited ! Save money as you enjoy cup after cup of delicious, full-bodied coffee. ' 4 2HASE & SAN BORN -the Sail-Bodied INSTANT Want Ads 'Click' Alton News Injured Irt GbHlslow Miss Dolores A. Guccione, 21, 661 E. Penning Ave., Wood River, was moved to St. Joseph's Hospital, where she is a nurse, after receiving injuries in an automobile collision at the intersection of Stats and Delmar streets. She suffered a sprained left wrist. The police notation showed that Miss Guccione's automobile headed south on State street came into collision with an automobile driven by Paul Scho- bemd, when she attempted to turn east off State street, at the s-ame time the Schobemd car started north through the intersection. Norman K. Tucker of Hardin, a passenger in the Scho- bemd vehicle, suffered hurts to his right knee. Fractured Ann For the second consecutive year Thomas Wille, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor C. Wille of 2112 Holland street has been injured at the time the altar boys of St. Ambrose Church were on annual picnic. With Paul Rowe and Bobby 3erger, neighbors, Tom was the Dottom man on the totem pole. One nf the hnya hart tree to complete the pole, but in lumping from the tree he mis- tudged the pull of gravity, tum- jled Tom onto the ground, with Paul and Bobby falling on top. As a result Tom suffered a raetured arm and was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital where a bandage was applied to hold the arm immovable for several days. Today the victim, (on advice of his physician) was unable to attend the picnic. Last year Tom attended, but because he had a cut finger tendon, was unable to participate in FOR ATHLETES FOOT Use T-4-L for 3 to 5 days. Watch the i/ta tainted skin slough off leaving healthy, hardy skin. If-not pleased with powerful, instant-drying T-4-L, your 40c bacK at any orug store. Today at lilinoia Thrifty Drug.-Co. much activity, especially swimming. Five nights ago he sustained two black eyes, while playing as a member of a ball team. Mrs. Wille said she had just remarked (prematurely) a nay or two ago — maybe they would get through this vacation without injury to any of the seven children. Injures Foot, In Borne-Car Accident Contact of two modes of transportation resulted in a foot injury for William James, 16, F Delmar Rd. Bill, with two othe lads, was horseback riding Bethalto. In attempting to kee his mount ^rom going betwee two parked automobiles follow ing the other riders, Bill's foo caught on a tail light of one o the cars, causing his injury. H was taken to St. Joseph's Hosp tal, several hours later, fo treatment. A bandage was a] plied and the lad dismissed. Pvt. W. Horn Leaves for Cam Pvt. William C. Horn left b plane today from St. Louis fo Ft. Monmouth, N.J., where h will attend the U. S. Army sig nal school. He has just comple •Use MUaMiffieds* To Buy, Rent, Kelt, Noilffj- NATION-WIDE STORES WRIGLEY' Sfc RED6V WHITE FOOD STORES X CUT GREEN BEANS GUM SUN-SPUN CHEESE SPREAD 2 £ 69 Uttle Mill 4* 303 Brand A Cant Birds Eye Frozen LEMONADE Rei * White FRUIT COCKTAIL . . . Red* White SAUERKRAUT. . . .2 Red* White GOLDEN CORN 2 By Sunihlae TOASTED SU6AR JUMBLES 2 - 29c SOS Can SOS Cans SOS Can* 29c 33e 37c QUALITY MEATS PICNICS. . SLICED BACON. LITER'S Lb . 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Alton EDNA'S MARKET Park * Stat« Wood Kiver COMMUNITY MARKE1 Ueadowbroofc SCHAEFER'S MARKET 701 K. ftladiHon, Wood ttiver NORTH ALBY MARKE1 Alliy St. Knad UiMifrey NOLFE'S RED* WHITE Phone '4688 ftloro BRIGHTON MERCANTILE CO. Phone Si CRUSE'S RED I WHITE ed a several days visit here o his delay route from Ft. Lewis Wash., where he received basi training, following his enlistmen in May. Pvt. Horn is the son of Mr and Mrs. Charles J. Horn of 242 Tibbitt St. Investigate Alarm at Center Sounding of a burglar alarm a the VFW memorial center, 60 W. Delmar Ave. attracted atten tion of a policeman who mad immediate investigation at 1:1 a.m. Tuesday. A side door wa found ajar, according to the po lice report, but no trace of an intruder. Charles Cox, post com mander, was called from hi home at Clifton, and joined th investigation. Nothing was missing, and it was concluded a door insecurely fastened, had blown open sufficiently to actuate th alarm. Dislocates Elbow Mrs. Hattie Brown of 2350 Lin coin Ave., age 59, dislocated her right elbow in a fall when sto tripped over drapes in the bed room of her home. A member o the family said this morning tha' she was resting and that her condition was good. She was disihissed from St. Joseph's Hospital after emergency treat ments. Hand Mashed in Saw Belt Arthur Young, 73, said thii morning he' was "just fine' when asked about injuries he received to his right hand for which he was treated at St. Joseph's Hospital. The youthfu sounding Mr. Young of 333 Dry St. mashed four fingers of hi; right hand, and tore two nails loose, when_he was operating an electric saw with a two-pulley device, at Russel's Funeral Home, where residing of the building is underway. The most serious damage was sustained to his little and ring fingers which were caught un der the saw belt. Tells Parents Legal Driving Age Is 16 SPRINGFIELD, HI. (Special] — Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentier has warned parents today that "no child under the age of 16 may legally drive a car in Illinois thought the purpose for such operation is instructional". Secretary Carpentier said that the reason for his warning was due "to the shock ing accident in Joliet, in which a car driven by Carol Fiser, 14 658 Glenwood Ave., lost contro of the automobile she was driv ing, overran a turn and jumpec the curbing, fatally injuring Deborah Sue Garrett, 2V a , 106 N Reed St., Joliet. Secretary Carpentier also re minded parents that even those children who, have reached the age of 16 are not allowed to operate a motor vehicle, although accompanied by an adult, unless they have obtained an instruc tional permit. The only excep- ton to the 16-year-age law, ac cording to Secretary Carpentier, are certain 15-year-olds who qualify for a special permit aft er having met stringent requirements. He also called attention to the fact that parents who knowing I ly allow such illegal operation violate both the driver license act and the act regulating traffic on highways. Section 42 of the driver license act provides "no person shall cause, authorize, or knowingly permit a motor vehicle owned i by him or under his control to i be driven upon any highway by any person who is not authorized ... or in violation of any of the provisions o' the Act." Section 140 of the Act Regu| lating Traffic on Highways states || "It is unlawful for the owner, j or any other person, employing or otherwise directing the driver of any vehicle to require or knowingly permit the operation of such vehicles upon a highway in any way contrary to law." DOTY, FAY C. tiodlrey, IU, Famous 8p» Saratoga spa embraces more than two square miles. These springs tire the only naturally carbonated waters found In the United States east of the Rocky mountains. Here you ore! 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