Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 2, 1971 · Page 20
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B-8 Alton Evoninc 111 and out of area hospital St. Joseph's ADMISSIONS John Bennett, 402 Rroarl\v;iy Victoria Bourlnncl. Coilauc Hills Mrs. Eva Cucllar, Bristol on Corey Ilearn. 269 Madison Homer McMillan. Ret hallo Joe Smith, 229 Hamilton Mrs. Mildred Lowe. Bothallo MIT.. Loire! I a Newman, 2310 Valley View Adrienne Podner. (iranile City Wesley Heaton, 1302 K. 4th Elizabeth Deem. Rethaltn , Connie Moore. Hawkins. Tex. Mrs. Capitola Kirk, (iraflon Mary Spurueon, fi22 !•:. 8th Patricia Kueker, Bethalto Bernard liolh, Carrolltnn Hollis North, 1802 Alby Samuel Williams, II2(i Harrison Elizabeth Deem. Relhalto S a m u c 1 \Villiams. 112li Harrison Mrs. Mlene Spnn.uer, (iodt'rcy Lance Alexander. 24(1 Madison P h i I 1 i |i Alrxamlcr. \Vood Hivor Greg Boda, Wood Hivrr Phillip Boda, Wood River Derrcl Sapp, Be! ha Ho DISMISSALS Cheri Barnes, Knst Allon Mrs. Dolores Cairns, :i(!7 (•;. 8lh Mrs. Mary Jackson, 21(1 W. 7tli Mrs. Doris Kirkwood, Bunker Hill Connie Moore, Hawkins, Tex. Mrs. Jennifer Mundell, Wood liiver Mrs. Mdndyc O'Ncil, Snulh TJoxana Mrs. Hose Ann I'at^c. Wood River Danny Robinson, Brighton Mrs. Mary Siemer, 51!) Kaslnn JuaniUi Smith, 71! Sullivan Joanne Bowles, 21520 Tibbill Brian Garret!, South lioxana Mrs. Francis Harp, Kasl Alton Michael Ilcl'lin, Moro Elizabeth IlilKendorf, Bclhallo Mrs. Frances Johnson, 2105 Locust Mrs. Francine Jones, 12111 W. 9th Mrs. Ella Kanip, 1SII2 Main Donitha Lee, 11115 Union Mrs. Monica Lamble, Kiisl. Alton Mrs. Margaret Lewis, 8(1 Sullivan Edward Lubranl, Wood Kiver Albert Malson, l'.ni;hlon Larry Martin, 4 Sullivan Mrs. Kalhryn Mulrean, 2112 L;ingdf»i Leona Kenken, H14 Brown Joyce Weber, Edwardsville Michael Winslaw, Bethallo Mrs.' Ola WoolT, ;1220 Edgcwood Allon Memorial ADMISSIONS Mrs. Clara Talborl, Gral'lon Hoy Cown, Hie. I Mrs. Virginia 'I'owey, New Caiman, Conn, D avid Thompson, :i5(i5 Humberl Mrs. Dorothy Weeks, Godfrey ]{ o b e r i Mouchcrie, Wood Kiver Orville Jackson, 1041) Tremonl Donald Martin, KM.'! Clawson Sandra Waide, Collate Hills Mrs. Florence lloslick, Bunker Hill Clinton Schuet/, Brii.'.hlon Mrs. Edna Owens, Moro Kevin llalleman, :;x2!) View-land Ned Harrison. 9:U Mm. S a r a h lloaulaiid. 410 Rril"virw 'MnUliru Schilling, Collate Hills Michael MrAlcr. Bri'/htnn La\ ern K\ ans. Mnrn Donald Ci e"N. :M2H I'lnnmcr DISMISSALS Mrs Mar> (Irnni'v K.T-! Allon Mrs. Bonnie Yakstis, ISO:{ Myrtle Mrs. Carol BrniKman, C,od- frey Mrs. Klix.abelh Oswalt. Hill Hastiiii; Theresa Prouuh. 1\aiM' John Spencer, 222D Lauton Airs. K;iy \Yoo!e;>. Kasl Allon Linda Holmes. Moro Lorainno Moiif;n;ii<'. (indfrry ('leai'lher While, Kr.'l Kslher \\ iliiam Hudson. 11(17 I'ntman Fred U'icrand. W.) Theresa llaymond Sullivan, U'ood Kiver Mrs. \aiicy ('rider, I'.illH Siinnysidi 1 Belty Coalney. B"lhal!o Laura Thomas. Belhallo Stella Lowis. 1'iasa I )oro!hv U'orlhen. \\ ood K'i\er Sarah Griffin. Wood Kiver Oscar Cook. Colla'r Hills li'obert Locale, (iodl'rcv Mrs. Knielia Monroe. l!)02 Central Mrs. Lucy Ken. Salma, Kan Howard Kress, '.Wllll Grand- \'iew John llaiismaii, Jerscyville Wayne Bradshaw, 2:510 Valley View Mrs. Kslella Smith, Godfrey F'lossie Harrison, 221 Hybicas I'JIa Doolen, I'.elhailo John Scoi^'ins, :!5:!7 Oscar Scoll Robertson, Godfrey Jeffrey McKiicn, Wood Ki\< r Linda Tucker, Bunker Hill Karen While, Wood Kiver Scott Acker, 2K25 Sanford Mrs. Jane! Triefenbach, O'Fallon, Mo. Airs. Sheron Cadle, Belliallo I' a u I Glassbronncr, Kasl Allon Donald Green, 2420 Bloomer Airs, Carol Golschall, Kill) Main Airs. Cynthia Jones, 724 I'ark Howard K/ell, Kdwardsville A/elea Spann, H2K Alby S a r a h lloayjaud, 410 Belleview Lavwn l-;vans, Moro Clinton Sehuet/,, Brighton Si. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Georgia I'lackkeller, Belhallo Mrs. Freda I'arki.-r, HIK Hawley Airs. Carolyu Shivi 1 , Wood Kiver Ted Gresham, :i(i25 McArllnir Jol.'ii Tonsor, 925 College Mrs. Maryanne Cummin^s, Wood River Cony Wolf, Brighton DISMISSALS Mrs. Annie McCanc, .'!IM McClurc Henderson Ward, 2:'Hli Lincoln Wooil Kiver Township ADMISSIONS Shirley Johnson Kas| Allon Waller ('lies!mil, Kasi Alton Miss Patricia Peiil»rhaui.',h. Kasl Allon Elberl Sinilh, Collate Hills Miss Tricia Carnell, Hartford Koberl Ilirsi•hhcrl. iiast Allon Miss Sada Newell. Ivii-1 Allon Miss Dorolhv Blake, Allon Carl Allen. Jr., Ivisl Allon Mrs. Bonnie < 'lark. Ka.sl Allon hilly MeCree. Brighton I ,;iv, rni'T K\ :HI>.. East \ltoa Mrs. Li'tlia D'i\ is. (Jo.'lfre;. Mrs Esther I)(!<>-•<•; . :!.).> .\i-lon M r:- . Mm \ Wroa,"hi ; >n Hartford Aii'/el-i Oldham. IVI did SI LOUIS 1,'oad Mrs .Nelle J'lll.spennann. Bclhallo Mi--. X.ula Kavhnv'H. has! Allon DISMISS-*. f,s K e n d a I I Slev:art. Sou'h Koxana A1 fieri Hewil !',roo!;l;.n. Mich. I'.illy MI-( 'ree. l',:-i::linm Mrs. /((irolliv Beach. Blur; Is'and. I" Airs, /ella LaMon. South Koxana John l i 'ensl' i rman. Moro Leonard I'.urnev. "'I r'en;iiM>n Kenneth Stewart. Hartford Mrs. Donna I'nulor. East Alton Jeffrey Allied. Col I ;::.'(• Kills Anlhony I'.rarlley. Hartford Mrs. Wanda Dirksmever. d:', ('ari'ollwood Mrs. Mayme Kllioll. (ill) N. Kirs! Airs. N'ancy Lanilicrl. .'120 \Vilsnu Mrs. Klranor Dav is. llarlford Mrs. Bessie Sever. !>.'! Allon I'.ii'.'cne Fiogenbaiiin. 2(10 Penninj; Millanl liasden. Granite Cily Kfhvard Malson, Collage Hills Miss I'.everh. Peulerbaui:!), 15:! S. Ninlh Si. I'Yjuiris (Lilchfield) ADMISSIONS Gary llaunig, Ml. Olive Olio Keis, Gillesjiie Helen Fricke. Ml. Olive Lawrence Taylor. Ml. Olive .Ada Edwards. Gillespio DISMISSIALS Myrlle Walker. Gillespie Gilbert Monke. Ml. Olive I5oy<l (Memorial (Carroll/on) ADMISSIONS Claude Nash, (Irccnlield M r s . Josephine Hanson. Carrolllon Francis Becker. Carrolllon Freeman Fisher. Pearl Dale Williams. Kane Bernard Ilolh Carrolllon Mrs. Carolyn Wilson, Jer- .soyville Mrs. Clara Karns, ('arrolllon Mrs. Clara llvael, Carrolllon Alan Boyles. Eldred Basil Becker, Kanpsville Mrs. Willena Braneier, Greenfield DISMISSALS Mrs. Jennetle Brannnii. l''Jdred Kenneth Howie. Carrolllon Mrs. Elma Gallalin. JI.T- seyville Koberl Dodt'o Koodhouse Lynn Meyer. Greenfield Mrs. Carolyn Wilson. Jerseyville Don Griesemer, 1'ieldon Mirhac! Wodarek, Carrolllon Airs. Marlha Mooie. Medora liernard lioss. Cairolllon St. Joseph's (Highland) DISMISSALS Paul Sasek. Kle.' 7. Edwardsville Blair Walson, lOdwardsville Mrs. Ai;ues Slrom. Kle. 4. Isdward.'A'ille Mrs. Gloria Slack, Kd- wardsville Mrs. Evelyn Harrison, Ed- \\'ard.s\'ille & n* Tracker dog, 61 relax Items of $2,000 value stolen from East Alton home /'oor track <i«roi'/.s earn Alton! 'i') cars of an Illinois Tenniiial- IVnn ('ciitral Freight train dernilcd at 10 p.m. Friday along Ferguson Avenue in Wood Kiver. No one was lnirl and way intersection, but a railroad official attributed the mishap to bad rail track and warned such derailments would continue if 'Ju- (rack is not im- the derailment did not block any high- proved. Spec. I Kayford Itrowii of Florence, S.C., and his tracker dog relax lor a moment at Firebase Alpha Four, a U.S. outpost near (he demilitari/ed /one in South Vietnam. Such tracker dogs are used in Vietnam to track enemy I loops.ami find booby traps anil mines. (A Uircpiioto). Tires, .batteries and I'Viurleen snow I ires, nine batteries and over $700 in cash was slolen in a New Year's Kve burglary from Henderson's Shell Service. 08 Kasl Kim, according to Allon police, A window in Die building was broken out to gain entry and the burglars apparently used an acetylene torch to open the safe to gel to the money. The torch with oxygen and aeoiylene tanks was also take n. Police said that neighbors reporled seeing two men in a while Volkswagon parked outside the station shortly before the estimated time of Hie burglary, tout a thorough investigation turned up on other evidence. Two armed men took $12 in cab fares from a driver from (lie American Cab Co. who had jnsl picked, them up in Upper Alton according to police. .lames Larrich of Wood 1 liver told police that both men were black, one heavy set and the other with an Afro hairdo, and that they took the keys of the car to prevent his reporting the crime before escaping on foot clown Tromonl. Street. Hems worth nearly $2,00!) were reported taken from an Easl Alton home in a New Year's Kve theft. Alvin Gibson, 301 East Drive, reported the theft at 9 p.m. Thursday night, and said he had been gone from the home East Alton thefts total 1300 loss East Alton police Wednesday had reports of an auto theft, a burglary, and two shoplifting incidents, in which a total of just over $1,300 was taken in the four incidents. R. L. Salterlee of Pocahontas reported his IJIGI model automobile had been taken from its parking stall on Shamrock Avenue, just a block north of the police station. He said the- car was parked there about 12:30 a.m. today, and was missing when he returned shortly after 1 a.m. In the burglary, four tires, valued at $331, were taken from Jerry's Tire Sales a: W. S t . Louis Avenue and Broadway. Burglars entered t h c building by breaking a glass in the door. A .1. C. Penney Co. security guard apprehended a young man who had left the store without paying for two stereo tapes he had taken from a counter. since 6:30 p.m. Taken in the break-in were a color television set, three shotguns, two rifles, a camera, projector, screen, films, outboard motor, flashlight, radio, three pairs of shoes, a power saw, two boxes of shotgun shells, hunting pants, and about $20 in cash. Gibson estimated the total value of the missing items at $1,958. He said when he came home, the kitchen door to his house was standing open. Police investigating found a broken bedroom window, apparently used as the entrance for the thief. We Serve the Finest BAR B QUE Ribs—Chicken—Beef—Pork Served Noon to 10 p.m. Wednesday thru Sunday (Closed Monday-Tuesday) DANCING TONIGHT "HEMPPOTTER COMBO" No Admission FORKEYVILLE LOUNGE Fosterburg Road We Serve the Finest in service station KIHVAKDSVILLK - Two middle-aged armed robbers took $2f)1 from a Madison County service station late New Year's Day, Die Madison C o u n I y Sheriff's office reporled today. The robbery occurred about H p.m. Jan. I, according to reporl of sheriff's deputies, who were called to Cal's AltCO Sinclair Station on lite. 1. r i7 near Interslale 270 about H:():"». The station attendant on duly, David Dooley of Wood Jiiver told deputies that two men, both in their 4!)'s, had entered the station about S p.m. and asked for change for a $5 bill to make a phone call. Dooley said he went to the cash drawer to get the change and opened it, one of the men said "just give me the money, yon won't, need il." When he looked up, Dooley said, one man was pointing a pump shot gun at him and both men had pulled masks over their faces, although they were both unmasked when they entered station. the GOOD MONDAY ONLY 36c OFF-REGULAR DINNER S 1'c. Chicken, Mushed I'ol'.iliics Gravy, Cole Slaw, Hot BKctiits licit. SI.25 Valun AVAILABLE AT ALL 3 LOCATIONS SAVE MORE! * FDR rout rAMILt DIMMQ FOSTERBURG ROAD ALTON, ILLINOIS I KIIOI) CHICKEN STEAKS GENUINE ITALIAN I'OODS SKA I-'OODS I'll. IliU-HCiO For Carry -On ( Orders OPEN DAILY AT 5 I'.M. SliNDAY I a NOON (Closed Mondays) V i 11 agc Cafe 2611 College Ave., Upper Alton Sclurday & Sunday Special: PORK CHOPS with DRESSING OR CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS Hours: 5:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Every Pay Ucuhili ZirUulbuck, Msr. OPIiN DAILY FROM 7 A.M. 'TIL 10 P.M. Civic Memorial Airport, Belliallo—Dial 259-:!502 Special, Sun., Jan. 3rd ROAST BEEF With All the Trimmings Choice of Vegetables, Sulacl, Hot noils & Butter Uon't FOI-RCI Our Catfish Every Friday Nile EVERY WEDNESDAY KITE KK1UI> CHICKEN FAMILY STYL1C MOVIE RATINGS Thrsi' iiillnus apply Co films RlU.lCASi.l) uricr NOV. 1, HHtg In ucls lillllca.l's i lu- Him was siibmlllcil anil approved under I no Molliin eU'lurr Cod* <* Scll-Hcunlallon R RESTRICTED T| ALL AGES Jj ADMITTED General Audfencog Under 17 requirti accompanying Parent or Adu't Guardian NO ON5 UNDER 17 ADMITTED ALL AGES ADMITTED Parental Guidance Suggested FOREIGN.IMPORT Not Ratod By The Motion Picture Coda N NOT RATED Thit picture wai released prior to Nov. I, 1968 and thu« wat not rated by the Motion Picture Cod* of Self-Regulation. I'rinini ut n public, Al ION EVEMNU T by SCHNUCKS TWIN PACK BETTENDORF MARKETS * CLOSED ON MONDAY 5 Our Menus Include Steak Spaghetti Shrimp Ravioli Chicken Lobster Tails OI'ION SUNDAY AT NOON Mid-Town DINING ROOM 7th and Central, Alton, Illinois MID-AMERICA THEATRES ****** NOW- Ends Thurs, JOE NAJMATH atC.C.Rydor ANN'MARGRET aihiigirl CO/UfWIVY , ... -I pi MOvMlAB VAN *vto iMiAttr MILIAII Open Tddii.v SHOWN 1:00, 8:0(1, 5:00, 7:05, !l:05 "The funniest movie I've seen this year! Just go, run to see it!" York Post ICVERfflffl) OTHCR STRMIGEIU COLOR (il(i YO|!N(i • II.AllllV (JTAUDlNt) • , ANNK JAt'KSON • ANNK iMKAHA . Ml< I1AI I, HKANDON II EXTRA: SPEEDY CONZALES CARTOON GRAND & WILDEY — STARTS NEXT FRIDAY "TRAIL OF THE HUNTERS" HHEU.S. CUSTOMS BUREAU BARRED IT AS OBSCENE! READERS FOUND IT SHOCKING AND SCANDALOUS! AND NOW, FOR ANYONE OVER 17, IT IS A MOWEr (X) SRIPTORN u,,;.wink p««Bw»h IULHSURSUN IAMISGAUMUN UURINUIWIRIS OI'KN li:80 — SHOWN 7 A 9 / ?*fe& * HENRY MILLER'S ALTON'S FINEST Malince Sund'iy I) l):ii 1:30 Shuwn: 2, 1, li, & S BRING THE FAMILY for SUNDAY DINNER PORT ROOM RESTAURANT FLAMIN&O MOTEL 501 E. Broadway 462-0642 P MID-AMERICA THEATRES Open 0:30 Heaters BEL*AIR HWY.66&!li • NOW thru SUN. Barbara Hershey PLUS JACQUELINE BISSET NO. 8 TONIGHT — "EL CONDOR" <NR) CAPRI DID 51.10015 RD. • NOW thru SUN. • BIG ADULT SHOW: "WEEKEND WITH THE BABYSITTER 11 (R) From Sweden Comes "I. A LOVER" CX) NO. 8 TONITE "WILD REBELS" (R) £]LOOMER AMUSEMENT HOMPANV . (STARUGHT 3500 mUtK ME., ALTO* 4U4IU "ENDS SUNDAY: Box Office Opens nl (i:00 Kli'clric In Cur Heaters meet ..with an open mind! The Baby Maker Nightly ill 9:05 I'LUS "DAY OF ANGER" at 7 "Gl»" BONTS KEATUKE TONITE ONLY! Kuquel Welch lu "THE OLDEST PROFESSION" Tonight ut 10:55 This I'nigruiii Kutfcl "R"

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