Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 13, 1960 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 13, 1960
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAttftftiA* A system of new OP enlarged | airports Is being planned in Buenos Aires for all of Argentina. DMnrnin MONTIOELLO OOLOR CENTER Motitlcello PtaM Godfrey aril, 21. Of 9ar| Jew. flt the border town of WaW /iaus on July 7. Announcer mtt of his release was delaye d until his mother, Mrt. Ltsettfr Cewwirwki of San U. S. Soldicf Returned by Czechs GOEPPINGEN, Germany fAP) -A California soldier has been *°"f; , CaHf / was n « tlflwi and a ... -.!....,<,. .. preliminar,'! investigation was returned to the U. S. Army after f spending two years in Communist Czechoslovakia, serving a prison term. The Army said the Czechs handed over We. Andrew A. Bellrich- made Amy Mjd fur1hef jn . vestigatloo of his disappearance is now ipider way. Bellridjard was standing guard along thf' Czech border when he disappeared. THUR. FRI. W.-A Wnkl'y Special KWV ^w'tf^Wff.f'HlWHByyf? K resqe's^ ?/:, {>••»«"/• •+<•'»"" m _______,. aatweHSff^ti^ ^ suemtss ousts Ms Sale Only \ Colorful Prints and Solids Sanforized ft Pre-Shrunk Fabrics The best blouse buy of the season! j Cool easy care Sanforized cotton broadcloth designed to flatter with smart scoop neck styles and lovely trims. All styles are fully washable. White and colors. SIZES 32-38. Open Men., Fri. Til! 9 p.m. WFfiT THIRD ST., IN DOWNTOWN ALTON At Kresge's- This Week/s Big Buy is Your Best Buy' Treatment at Home for TB Successful WASHINGTON (Science Service) -A state-wide "home-treatment" experimental program for patients wlht active tuberculosis has proved highly success- jful in Mississippi. i Seven years ago, 1,713 vie- 'tims of active tuberculosis were unhospltallzed in that state. Of ithis number, 90% received no Icare or treatment of any kind. The state's 783 beds for lubercu- jlar patients were almost completely orrupled. But by 1956, this backlog was cleared up. Additionally, nearly 85 per cent of newly reported cases were being'treated. This was accomplished wlthi "isonmxid, in combination \Vlth other drugs, and enthusiasm, administered in equal parts," Dr. Dunvard L. Blakey, Mississippi State Board of Health; and Public Health Service workers. Dr. Raymond Holstra. Esther Gilbertson and Jewell G. Wyman have reported to the Public Health Service here. For the large number of patients who could not be hospi-j talized because no beds were available; the outpatient drug therapy program proved a new hope for restored health. Local health departments, with the support of county and state health workers and the cooperation of private physicians, were responsible for making the program work. Because of the poor financial condition of the state, funds needed for drugs had to be obj tained locally. Whenever practical, patients were encouraged to contribute something toward the cost of the program. The authors believe these payments, however small, "had a good psychological effect on the patients, encouraging them to maintain the program without prior hos- irpatment." as well as helpine|pital care and were so discharged numbered only 29%. Hos- pilalization. therefore, is still recommended "whenever practical." The study revealed, however, that the simple objectives of the program had been achieved: "to protect the health of the community by reducing the sources of infection and to improve the health of the patients through treatment." S P E CIA IT YOU MAY PUROHAN THIS EXTM VALUE AT STANDARD HOME FURNISHERS WITH NO DOWN PAYMENT POLITICAL HUDDLE Three Midwest delegates to Democratic national convention hold meeting on convention floor during break in speeches in Los Angeles. They are: Gov. O. Mermen Williams of Michigan (left), Gov. Orville Freeman of Minnesota (center), and Neil Staebler, Michigan state chairman. (NEA Telephoto). Clubhouse Entry Lands 8 Teenagers in Jail JERSEYVILLE — Entry into e club house in the Grafton locality late Saturday night by a group of teenagers from the St. Louis and Granite City locality landed eight of the group in the property entered. Morgan reported that he had ordered the group to vacate the club house earlier in the evening and aftler Th e some argument they went away. Later in the night, they re- Jersey County jail about 2:30J turned and entered the club- a.m. Sunday. I house again. The call to the Complaints charging peace|county sheriff's office followed, disturbance and trespass were and Chief Deputy Sheriff Adam filed by Ray Morgan, agent for DeSherlia went to the locality of the 'and with the assistance of other Nora Brainerd. owner Church Services for Legionnaires Sunday "Back to God" services open to the public are slated Sunday at 8 a.m. at the Grand Theater as part of the Fifth Division American Legion Convention in Alton, Saturday and Sunday. 45-minute program will] 8 PIECES! REGULAR $109.95 MONTH Amazing at this price! Complete bunk bed In expensive spindle styling I Sturdily built—convert! to twins! Springs, luxurious mat- include: invocation by the Rev. Father Thomas Gallenbach, of St. Mary's 'Church; remarks by Norman J. Biebel. Fifth Division Commander; sermon entitled "Conceived in Liberty" by Rev. William L. Bird, pastor of First _ Methodist Church; benediction loeaf officers "arrested" five i by Fred Honerkamp, Fifth Divi lo ease the burden on the health departments. Two years after the program was initiated, every county in Mississippi was participating. The home care program included patients who had been hospitalized and discharged. Of this group, 63 per cent were discharged with medical consent as no longer needing treatment. Those who entered CHEVY WINS GREATEST PREFERENCE •M th« Ch«vy My*Ury Shew In color Sunday*, NSfrtto Cleta Her Judd will be or- husband, Francis young men of the ages of 18 to son chaplain. 20 and three young women wno Mrs. reported their ages at 18 years, "ganist. The eight were confined in and son, Richard, will sing. the county jail the remainder of "7~Britis"h"comeTffl"jeTptane the night and were arraigned jfloew from Lo ~ dm to Athens ^ Sunday morning before Justice (3 h M minutes _ a re- A. Thatcher. Pleas of guilty; were entered and each was fin- 1 ed $25 on the trespass charge i ing the institute for six weeks and $50 on the peace disturb- this summer. She is the recipient ance charge. of a scholarship awarded for this The eight were remanded to j season. Trada la your old bed. In tresses . udder, rail Included! moit vases tt wit) cover down payment. SPECIAL! THIS IS TRADE-IN MONTH AT / STANDARD HOME FURNISHERS, GOME IN - COMPARE - NOW, TODAY! Injured In Similar Accidents JERSEYVILLE — Two small jail pending settlement of their penalties. Twenty dollars of the trespass fine and forty-five dol-!boys were treated at the Jersey lars of the peace disturbance!Community Hospital Monday for fine was stayed until further or-i injuries sustained in similar butj der of the court pending future unrelated accidents. j behavior of the defendants. ; Gilbert Hartshorn, 4. Son ofj Six of the group were released | po and Mrs. Robert Hartshorn, Sunday afternoon following payment of their fines. Two of the group were unable to obtain outside assistance and remained in the county jail and were there EVER? This year, more people are buying Chevrolet* (including Corvairs) than ever before, making Chevy the year's hottest seller by a record-shattering margin. Come in and see what the buying's all about-at your Chevrolet dealer's soon! tete Tuesday afternoon. Meeting of League Thursday JERSEYVILLE — The meeting of the Loyal Temperance League will meet at 2 p.m. Thursday at | tiie First Methodist Church of Jerseyville. This meeting was postponed from July 7 because! of the County Fair Parade. The meeting will be held in the basement of thfe church for children 6 through 12 years. There was brought to the hospital at 11:30 a.m. Monday for examination after he had fallen out of, a child's wagon at the home of his grandmother, Mrs* Chester Meek, where he was ^siting. He struck his head on a concrete slab as he fell, and suffered a was Freshour, 3, son, of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Freshour of Jerseyville, was treated at the hospital at 5:30 p.m. /Saturday after he had fallen backwards from a play wagon at his home and struck the cemept walk. He had a cerbral M * tttit C«IN •«» MM* My to fleMl WINS YEAR'S TOP AWARD! Corvalr got the unanimous nod of th« experts M H walked away with Motor Trtnd Magazine's coveted Car* oMMe»Y«ar award. And you'll know in • burry onct you drive it. aatiny ride, nimbi* han> and road-gripping traction baie winning ways wtyth people §• well a* prize*. fcttlU m l-Otv U4«« (Witt «trttUcilljf Itf l«ir ttiTi Hut it|M to M) 809 Chevrolet Cars, Chevy's Corvalr and Corvette at Your local Authorized Chevrolet Dealer's Auf homed Cotvre^tl Oeo/er la AUoo RIILLEV BROS., ho. MO 1*7717 (a Wood AUREOHT CHEVROLET, lie. 221 Aitos.UwardtvUk load •SOAS; Cl 4.041s > on and will be an election of officers and organization. : Home From Visit Attending Summer Institute , JERSEYVIIJLE; — Mrs. Wil- JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Cletus j ma Beach returned Monday from HeiUig, member of the faculty i Broadview, Bl,, where she had| of the Jersey Community High!been a guetet since Friday at! School, attended the Educator's the home of her son and daugh- Day session at the Mark Twain: ter in law, :*Mr. and Mrs. Harold I Summer Institute in Clayton, i Beach and' family. Mo., Monday as representative During hjer vigU the third birth- COMPLETE Including Bedding REGULAR $125.00 Deluxe bunk bad group at savings! In popular vugon wheel design young-uns go' lor! . . . . rugged construction. Springs, mattresse*. ladder, rail, and pillows Included! |$S.OO MONTH) Trade In yowr «M bed, In most CM** if wlB cover Uw down payment! of the local high school. The Mark Twain Summer Institute is sponsored by the Danforth Foundation and is set up for gifted students of high schools of the St. Louis area. Miss Mary Katherine McKinney of Grafton, who will be a senior at Jersey Community High School in the fall, is attend- day anniversary of her grandson, Davdd Beach, was observed. / Mi 1 . B)eadi, who was formerly from Jerseyville, has a studio now in /Chicago and this summer is continuing work toward a Master's Degree in Photography. There are only 300 in the United States who bold this degree. SPECIAL! WE FINANCE OUR OWN ACCOUNTS AT STANDARD HOME FURNISHERS NO BANKS OR FINANCE COMPANIES TO DEAL WITH HARD OF HEARING! I'll give you • FREE Hone DEMONSTRATION —and »how you Hit Uttft in H«rln| Aidl JACK STANSBIRRY Gill fir Appointment 01 4-2621 tr CL 4-4214 Modi) for modd-fMiurt for futon-you wost find s sttisr hcirmi iid thin Zenith-Hinywhjii. 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