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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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SATURDAY, JULY 30, I960 FA'KNtNfi TKf.K(tRAPH PA(it Ml INK Upper Alton News Events Rev. Estey to Leave, Takes New York Post j the vacancy left by the resigns| tion of the Rev. 3. W. Ellsi worth. I The Rev. Shoemaker attended 'St. Mnry's Collefe of Wmona, ( Minn., nnd was ordained In De» j Moines In 1950. He I* a native | of Sioux City. Iowa. j Prior to his service In Peorla. the minister pastored churches in Vinton. Iowa and Rock Island. The Rev. Shoemaker is the father of five girls and one hoy. Their oldest daughter Is married and resides in Minneapolis. He TV Battle Of Candidate!* In Prospect CHICAGO (AP)-An electronic; face-to-fnce duel of wits between ! the Republican and Democratic ; presidential nominees was In prospect today. Plans call for an unprecedented and the remainder of his family j sprte8 of televised debates be- will move to Alton after Aug. 7.! twppn vice President Richard M. I TELLS or KRNNBOYS . rratic candidate. To Upper Alton area folks,! The rules: no notes, no text of who by past voting record! any kind. couldn't be less interested. It! Kennedy /already has accepted may give a nudge of pride to 'invitations from the three major know that the Upper Alton desk ! television networks to appear in Will Set Water Improvement Vote for Wood River 'Blue Note' Hits Wood River Police Book GODFREY HSH CLEANING Two members of the Godfrey Volunteer Fire De- REV. ESTEY The Rev. Kenneth K. Kstey, director of the Shurtleff Baptist Foundation, has resigned to accept a position .'is registrar and instructor at Keukii College, Keu- kn Park. N. Y 'I'lic minister nrganurd and directed the foundation located on the Alton Sit,' Center campus. mnjw iimi i.ur uuutri nuuii vn-nn ii'irviruuii ntri\v<ji I\B lu aui«^ni in. . * • fc *J" • • *« m _ _j it. * ii..^. i««. « u«*... ha* a man in Hyannis, Ma*...;. serie* of TV debates with Nixon parttrient clean 400 pounds offish n preparation for : ed another for throwing a bee keeping an eye on Sen. John I during the presidential campaixn. « fish fry concession whirli «IM- will operate tonight »"'"" - •"•*»- «" '—• Kennedy. Nixon told a news eonftrenrr «t Montlwllo Pla/a Shopplnf? Center. At 'eft Is A* This correspondent will re-'Friday that American voters sMant Fire Chief Cliff I^-e alld at right l» Fireman 'main anonymous, and logically:could a8RUrm , they will see a TV Wayni- ttubbert. The fish fry i* inconnection With so especially after going over i debate between him and Kennedy the First Anniversary celebration at the Montlcello hiH first report to the people of | this fall Plaza which will continue throughout next week of- Upper Alton. He. naturally, is Nixon added that any such rle- ; fering special features. A square dance next Satur- on vacation at Cape Cod. which I hates should be "completely with- day night will climax the event. on his arrival, thinking of the out notes, no text of any kind, so elnction. he immediately re- the candidates can cover a whole 'named The Cape of Good Mope, range of subjects." Hyannis. where the Kennedy Under these conditions. Nixon homes are, is on Cape Cod. This said, the candidates would (show ;t'pper Alton correspondent is what they know, "not what tne advisers know." At Hyannis Port. Mass., X»n- over Hynnnis, even if this were netlv said Nixon's off-the-cuff not so before its recent rise to K round rules were satisfactory to It has been in operation since kpp P in * an *** m thin & 8 ' July 1. l!Bi. He also was a lectur- Th<? Kennedy name 1 has taken or on religious education and philosophy at Alton SIU. hlm The Rev K « t e y will teach n ' Kncr prominence. Folks vaca-' nim Christian education al K^uka lionin K "P tnere are P romo1pd which is an American Baptist to lakp helicopter rides over the Association affiliated four-year several homes of the Kennedy girls' liberal arts school ernpha- rlan in addition to automobile 'sizing nursing training and sec- ridf>s P ast lhe place, ondnry educaiion. Signs exclaiming "Welcome At Shell Refinery Honor 30 Years for Leamv, » ' Fors, Schwaab and Sexton WOOD RIVER — Date for a bond flection and revised figures for the proposed SI .253,000; watr>rworks Improvement pro- jgram for the city will be an- jnounced at a city council meeting Monday night. j City Mannger Lee Kraft and ; Mayor James Delaney met FH- i iday afterhoon with a repre-j i WOOD RIVER — Blue Note| SPnlaf | VP of , ne warren and Van! i Tax-em. 198 Old St. Louis Rd-.jp, a8UP consulting Engineering 1 iwas a hub of activity early to-| ffnt) of DecaUir who gave the •day according to police. «J»L h y offlr)als revlsed flgure , for , : received n stolen car complrfint' 'from a patron and who arrest-j lnp waterworks program. The figures had to be revised bottle onto the highway in front; fr "'» " report of the water 'of the tavern. system made in May 1959, by ! Ronald Hlnton. 22, 406 thy St. tnt engineering firm. The firm Kast Alton, was arrested at -1:15; also nmde previous studies In! a.m. after he and some com- Mm eh. June and December of, jpanions tossed a beer bottle in H)58. front of a local police car cruis- othf-r business scheduled for ing in front of the establish-1 , n( , m ,. Pt j ng w in be discussion, rr "' n • ( and possible approval of an Hmton spent the rest of the; , m j| nancp prohibiting parking night in jail and after failure 011 , np Kas , sid( , of Wood Rhpr ' to pay a fine of $25 and costs Avenllo froni Lon . na to Edward . for "disorderly conduct' was ,. ,. . . . »» ji /-. . T n 4 sville Road, sent to Madison County Jail at ,., . .,, This ordinance had been Kdwardsville. . .. • -j » m. i brought up previously at a In another incident Charles .. Luncpforrt, Main and Ohio streets i council meeting, but was tabled The minister came to Alton Jark " are Profuse in mo- registrnr and director of ad- : tels and hotels. And one motel missions of the old Shurtleff Col- i operator is trying to start a pro- Lutherans of Godfrey Set Rihle School South Roxana reported to police ' ol f ulure action. Four Alton-Wood River area with two diamonds. '' ' ,u Thp flmt rpnrilncr nf n nrn- ... . , . „ , , .. , ,., that his car was stolen from the lnp lim ™aamg 01 a pro- residents were honored recent- Schwaab. a native and life- : .. . . .. , : „. ... .„ , ,, ,„„ ,.^ „„„, ... , „„ , .,„<»!. i_ i tavern parking lot sometime be- posed city tax levy for the new v upon completion of 30 years long resident of Alton, began work , , . . ,. .„ , . j of service each at Shell Oil Co.'s for Shell after graduate from. wee " 1 a ^,' whc " he entered, f.scal year w.ll also be read Wood River refinery. They are Marque.te Hifih S^-hool. He is ,' thp bar and 2 a " m ' when he Ieft at the meeting Kraft said today. Carl L. Fors. 3707 Aberdeen mimpor 1st in tho utilities depart- The ear is a 1956 tudor Buick Alton: Harry J. Leamy, 118 ment. Cedar Lane. Rosewood Heights. GODFREY Henry N. Schwaab. 1009 Easton, Alton: and Thomas H. Sexton. Vacation Bib'o 58 °, Geon?(> •?.'" Wood River. work al th( ' refiner - v aft01 leg.- in Us lasi yar of opf-ra- JPct to get a "South Pacific" : er . hoo] of Ff)jth Lutheran Fors ' a nativ e of Alton, began tion in 1!»56. Immediately prior show into Hyannis to raise mon- lchurr , h on Godfrey" road" will to that he was director of public ey for Jack's campaign. Who. oppn -\ ]ondav relations at Rirker College,; especially Jack, needs that guy'.' The Rev. Paul R. Schroedcr Houlton, Me. He was grounded The correspondent wi-ites that i pastor announced that the ses- in this work by years of promo-;'he world press is everywhere <-j ons w j|] Continue each week- s tional work for the ministers' i around Hyannis. They are main- day through Aug. 12, from 9 toi and missionaries' boards. ly noted at beach parties andii 1:45 a m j The Rev. and Mrs. Estey are clambakes without camera orj Joseph Berg. Sunday School Iwth returning to their home ar-jnote paper. superintendent, is in charge of ea. Keuka Park is in the finger; This Upper Alton correspond- n vacation school staff of 25 lakes area in the central section ent, who signs his article, Wil-|pe rsons gomg no children al-, of upstate New York. Their home liam Randolph Burst, ends up, rea( jy have been enrolled. Ad-! will be in Penna Yan, N.Y., at the dispatch with a couple of 355 N. Main St.. about miles from Keuka Park. four I observations not suitable mixed, political, company. for ditional enrollments will be reg-i uation from high school. He now sen-es alternately as a shift foreman and special tester in :H . Schwaab II e married the former Elsie Laumeyer of Alton in 19:»-1, and they have five rhilrt'.'en. T h c y are Donald. Alton: and Jaeque, Nan and painted black on top and white Stale to Stock Lake below. AI Belk Park PRIZE BUNNY Orville Isken of Btethalto 4-H Club and Champaign De'Argent rabbit with which he won a grand championship at Madison County Fair this week. Four grand championships were bagged by members of the Bethalto Club.—Staff Photo. HartfordWoman Hurt in Crash home. WOOD RIVKR -- City Manager Leland Kraft met Thursday afternoon with a representative of the State Conservation Department, who assured Kraft Mrs. Calvin " le department would stock Cecilia.:\v. Smith. 103 S. Market St.,| Belk p ark lake with game fish Terry, at Hartford, was admitted to Wood | this fall. River Township Hospital shortly \ Roy Lockhart, conservation WOOD RIVER Probe Acid Boy, 5, Hurt in Damage to Fish Cottage Hills the refinery lab- He is a member of the refin-1 before noon today for treatment (agent from Vandalia, told Kraft . , , ; ery's Service Club. His gift fromjof injuries suffered in an auto tha t fingerling bass would be SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) — nil-Mrs. James Ervin German, Cot- oratory. He m a r r i r d i refinery management was a the former Fern;bow knot brooch with two dia- T a c k w e 11 M u r p h y WOOD RIVER — John Fredrick German, 5, son of Mr. and of monds. s ' Sexton, born in Centralia, was istered at the opening session, i bor ,° in 19 £' and th fy have two j educale d in Fayette County, 111., Those from 3 through 15 years i chl ' dren ' Th , ey are L " lda - 19 ; a :and Iowa. He was employed as 17 ^ ' ~tiif4r^~,L r.t C*A*i4l«HHH. Tll!»*Alr.ITvki student at Southern Illinois Uni- accident on U. S. Rt. 66 north of Hamel, among the fish stocked at the Hake. She was treated for a backi There are already crappie in and left leg injury and was re-j the lake and Lockhart s&id he ported in "fair" condition at noon. The minister said that hej But, as a whole, the commun-. o f age are eligible. siuoenr ai ,-souuiern ininois um- a Daroer nl Decatur, prior to .According to leaves "many pleasant associa-jication was informative. Jack Theme of the school Is "God's y5 rsU> L a ^_^™ n ^ 1 u'=_^ nd -^!!'^ oinin S She11 - He serves novv as 'formation concerning the in- tioas" in Alton but he viewed \ Kennedy has become the biggest the Keuka position as another! tourist attraction, it would challenge within the Baptist•, se em, since Plymouth's rotfk at- didn'l feel any more of that species would be necessary. Plan Social nois water pollution detectives are gathering data on damage caused to fish by acid in the water of tributaries of the Sangamon Riv- ChliSr^ P'r.7. M»: Car.-^,- 15r l*t™ £,"f '^ * ^^ ™ * ^ ^^ ** J S £• Smith"LTrSini' : WOOD RIVER _ Final pl.«C£eT«£ tagc Hills, was treated and released Friday at 7:20 p.m. from Wood River Township Hospital for an injury to the right shoulder received when he fell from a mov- ! They already have determined! ing truck near llth street in For,that the pollution which killed jest Homes. hundreds of fish in the south fork! It was reported that the child er. man will be in charge of refreshments. Closing exercises Fors is Twelfth member of the ;will be held on Aug. 14 followed iby a picnic. (Jhlirrh work. The couple will leave for traded those other people, their new home Monday night. The Shurtleff Baptist Founda-!MAN UNDERGOES tion is supervised by a nine- MAJOR 8URC.ERV member board representing na-i Thomas Hill, 2907 Edgewood | tional, state and Alton Baptist, Ave und{ , nvent major surgery! „ . . , groups. No replacement was an-J 17)Ursday at st Joseph's Hospit- 1 Cervices Announced nounced for the Rev. Estey. j a] His Cond itj 0 n is satisfactoi-y. i KEY. E8TEV IN CHARGE ; He entered Wednesday with an wi) , bp fhe sermon ^,.,^ i abdominal ailment. It is not AT I'PPER ALTON BAPTIST < n when he wm ^ discharg . The Rev. Kenneth Estey will| ed H is daughter, Mrs. Jo Show, be in the pulpit at the Sunday i o( Phillipstown, 111., a register-; ^^ morning services of the Upper '^j nurse . r j s here taking care of ' , Alton Baptist Church. The RevJ^ij). ana Robert J. Cochran. pastor, is on ic-l Donald L. Hill Street Presbyterian Church and a committeeman for Troop 57 of the Boy Scouts. At the refinery, he is a member and past president of the Serv-' ice Club, and a member of the : Recreation Association. '. Refinery management present-j ed him with a tie chain withj of partmont. the Edinburg Rev. C. B. Johnston, pastor of Church, at th the Ro- was in the back of his father's i south on Rt. 66 in a car driven/ 0 '' tn ? ice cream social to be| t . npste ,. arpa . tnlck an( j { e n O u wne n he grab- hy her husband when a Michi- staged in conjunction with a clarence Klassen. sanitation en- bed a tree limb as the truck his motorist collided with tile concert of the Muncipal Band g j nper xv ith the State Sanitary' father was driving started up. H e married the former Alice,;/; Hatfield of Bluff^(fr O f (h e car as her husband;at the Roundhouse, will be madei\Vater Board, said investigators -Mrs. German reported that the City, in 1925. turned into an adjoining lane at the S p.m. Monday meeting:are checking tlie stream and add- boy's shoulder was fractured and and they h a v e O f traffic., of the Thompson Rebekah Lodge;ing up the fish toll "so we can that his condition was good today, a daughter, Mrs. Smith's car was removed, a) t lie Odd Fellows Hail. present a bill for the state's fish: Joe H. Scoggins, 31, 612 North JBc 11 y V\egman! from lh(? scene to a Hamel ga- Flower Club to Meet t° whoever is responsible." ; Dr.. East Alton, was treated and WOOD RIVER — The Com-i So far, Illinois has collected in released Friday at 11:20 a.m. for East Alton. He! rage but accO rding to reports has lived at hisi neither the driver of the other ad "|car nor his vehicle were serious- . -w nm " JO P' m - present Leamy, manager of the refin- T> ^ xioa ^ ^ ^ damaged. <?,,nri«v ! Cry ' S light Oil treaHn * d(? P art - Wood River for a total of 30 ; ?0 Tm''r m JS Vu" V t ° f Erfe ' Pa ' y^rs. He is a member of the i Part V Plans Made p.m. lHe recieved hls mgh scnoo , ^ swkp c]ub ^ Recreatjon , "•^^ ucation thei-e. and then also ar- • Tohnsto ", wi » s P eal < "" ' <Lot ' s graduated from the University of was Association. munity Flower Club will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Rosewood Heights home of Mis., L. E. Gillispie, 355 Rosewood Drive, it has been announced by Mrs. Emma Eaton, president. every case of fish killing by pollution which It has prosecuted. 1st and 2nd degree burns on the right arm, left ear and left side Investigators think the acid inj of the nec *' Scoggins was burned vacation. rived here Friday from his naval The Res. Kstey also will de- 1>os t j n Kingsville, Tex. liver the sermon at the 7:.'i() p. in other cases: m. service. Dr. David Weaver Mrs. Man ley Grimes, 2803 will be in charge of the service North St., is in £t. Anthony's Wednesday evening. Mrs. Collis-Hospital with a virus infection, Stauffer will be organist Sun- a member of the family said. ; day. She entered Thursday but it^ The Rev. and Mrs. Cochran is not known when she will be I and family will return Irom discharged. Her condition has 1 their vacation next week. improved. Rockefeller Bark Thomas, 5-year-old son of Mr. i BIKE AT mr.H .SCHOOL and Mrs L^V..^ M . pnce.l Home for Rest TURNED OVER TO POLICE 1303 Hillcrest Ave., is in St. Jo- ' A bicycle that had been park- seph's Hospital after he broke HARRISON. N.Y. (AP) Mistake. The Upstreamers class of the r hurch will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday with Mrs. Mayo McAfee. The official board of the; church 'will meet at 8 p.m.; Thursday. : The MYF is staging a car-i wash today at the church. Pittsburgh. He began his Shell career at Wood River Tired, Sexton's gift from refinery management was a lapel pin with two diamonds. H e married the former Myrt- Easl Altonian Fined le Hogue of Alton, in 1939, and On Traffic Charge they have four sons, Harpy Jr. KAST ALTON—William F. Bee- and Larry, Vlvers. 26, 20-1 Victory Dr., East Al- By Wood River Class WOOD RIVER - Tho fei-. Rosewood Heights lowship Class of Fiist Church, j of Christ met Friday night at jthe church and a party was the Sangamon tributaries was washed from a coal mine area. Klassen said the pollution probably will enter the main river i when hot lead exploded 'while he was pouring the lead into a concrete hole at a new home he was building at Miland, Wood River. ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS -- channel today. But he said it hasj BON1 , g CH ECK8 HAVE TAKERS been diluted enough that it will.: CO LUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ohio .not be a hazard to livestock or. has maUed 232617 Korean con . ! human life. The acid is moving j f , ict boma checks to clain)antSi • O-K, , >i ab ° Ut onp - eighth of a mile an reports the Compensation Fund ! planned for the stale hospital.; ciailv vacation Bible school will I hour. Offi( , e of the stflte Auditor . s De - iht« held Monday through Aug- ! State pollution detectives say , ust 12 in the Rosewood Heights| Illinois' record of collections Church of Nazarenc. 'f'*h killing cases is the bigRest '^^ The classes will be held from! reason for lhe shtu 'P declinp in year-old twins, Patrick, 17, and Donald, 14. Har- j ton. paid a $45 fine and costs, Friday at 10:10 a.m. on a change of reckless driving before John Leaiiny ry Jr., is a stu- "auks, justice of the peace. dent in the Rolla Police reported that Beevers ed for several days at Alton off a tooth when he fell while but satisfied with the results of the; (Mo.) School of Mines; Larry was driving his car at a high rate High School, was turned over to playing in his home. Republican National Convention in I is a student in Eastern Illinois! of speed, Friday at 1:06 a.m. police Friday. Police took the The boy was entered Th.ur.s-:Chicago, Gov. Nelson A. Rocke-|University: Patrick is to enter, while travelling west on W. St. vehicle to the police station. TWO CARS IV MISHAP ON MILTON KOAD day suspected of having a frac-i feller returned home for a rest : the University of Illinois in Sep-:| jOU j K avonuo when his car cross- lured jaw. However, X-rays: Friday night. showed that this was not the case.; The governor and his party ar-j freshman in high school. His condition is satisfactory, a rived in his private plane at West- j Lea my is a member and Donald will be a (>(J tho ,. a ji r oad tracks on W. St. Two cars were in a mishap on member of the family said, and i Chester County Airport. He was I Bernard's Catholic Church >nj,j, muKn tni , lilton road at Mark Twain' h fi was expected to be discharg- accompanied by his wife, Lt. Gov. j Wood River, the Alton Knights anf , s(nu . k land Mrs. Malcolm Wilson, and 1 of Columbus, the American Milton School, Friday. 5 p.m.. policel«» Monday. Louis Ave., the vehicle went into °* St. i ii,,. a j,. jumped a ditch, went Parketle parking lot a boat trailer at were listed as Orville E. Williams, 3631 Berkeley Ave. and Mrs. Helen Bock, 2819 Sanford Ave. A line of traffic moving north halted and Mrs. Bock's machine could not be stopped in time, police reported. REV. SHOEMAKKB NEW ASSEMBLY PASTOR TO ASHLMK J'l LHT New Mail Route \ feiier staff MayCutGodfrey Registration GODFREY — Godfrey residents i several members of the Rocke- who have a new address listing of Route 4 were cautioned today to make sure that they will get their registration cards through the mail. Mrs. Nova Zimmerman, of the township tax office, said that mail addressed to old route designations will be returned to Edwards ville unless they also list a street number. The law requires that all registration cards sent through the mail bc> returned if they are addressed incorrectly, Mrs. Zimmerman said. Earlier this month an additional route designation of "4" was started at the Godfrey post office. Those people who have been placed in that new rouje are residents who may be subject to not receiving their registration cards, Mrs. Zimmerman added. "The whole convention came off well. What we have to turn to next is organizing for November. This is both for the state and the nation," Rockefeller told newsmen. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Chomical Society and the Alton- Wood River Spoilsmen's Club, He is a council commissioner for the Piasa Bird Council, Boy Scouts of America. At the refinery, he is a member of the Service Club, Shell Club and Recreation Association. His gilt from refinery management was a bow knot brooch Clark's Boat and Motor Sales. The City of New Orleans was founded on Its present site in 1718 by a French captain named Jean de Bienville, who was born in Canada. Mrs. Harry Camfield and Mis. Harry Kincaid were appointed to a committee to make the Only » have been arrangements. Judy Prosser the daughter of the class sent a 6 to 8 p.m. each evening adopted !( , hjldren for | the number of fish, kills reported age. Singing, "thank you" letter for the $l5; and craft that she received for her lugg-: ed stories, will be games, this year. They heavier rainfall say this also year that gills at 33 cents and crappie at 75 cents. When biologists and engineers helped dilute waste emptied intoj«. por t to Klassen, he turns the age graduation gift. The new draperies by the class were installed streams. So far this spring and summer, matter over to the attorney general for prosecution if the evi- room. Mrs. C. A. Pickering had| A demonstration program by five instances of possible fish kill-denee is sufficient, lildren attending the classes have been reported. Last year! Since the program was started "jwill be presented during theithere were 39 reports and a half-'four years ago, damage cases 'from $250 to $29,000 have been week for the Fellowship rtuss-| Sunday sphool nour Aug „_ j doz en collections. rAnm Mrs P A Piplcerimr li«rl! ; c\^,.t. «r tu;^ ..^ charge of the games and hostesses were Mrs. Lindell Burton. Four of this year's five reports, settled in the state's favor to re- Hubcaps Stolen i wen 1 tardy and evidence was | p a y for lost fish. Theft of all four hubcaps from!swept away before authorities "I think the fact that we have Mrs. Louis Cox and Mrs. Brian his stationwagon while it was|could investigate. These wi-re successfully collected is paying Overpeek. .parked near the Duncan Foun- j from Vermilion, Logan, Cook .and j off." Klassen said. He related dry, where lie is employed, was;Jo Daviess counties. Jthat after the convection of one i reported to police by Arthur, In cases of fish kill where the | southern Illinois mine no other in Auxiliary to Meet WOOD RIVER -. A regular I „,',,„ of Rt meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Monday a.m. today. The at pilfering occurred after he parked last eve- at 8 p.m. at the Wood River jning to go to work, Miller relat- Legion. |ed. source of pollution is determined, fish biologists make an estimate of tlie number and value of fi.<h killed. Channel cat, for example, are valued at 69 cents each, blue- the vicinity has violated by discharging acids into streams. He said also that dairies no longer dump thousands of gallons of milk into streams. BlUeu by Dog Report was made to the police The KBV. Lloyd Shoemaker., early Friday evening that Ron- new pastor, will be in charge of aid Harris, 15, of 116 E. 18th St. hi* first Sunday service this hud been bitten on the right ankle week at the Edwards Struct As-(by a dog when he was deliver- wmbJy oi God. ing" newspapers on Belleview The minister comes here from Peoria where lie has pastured $oi> the past live years. He fills avenue Action was taken to trace the dog and notify the owner to keep the pet restrained^ RUG & CARPET CLEANING THE MODERN WAY • (Mini) Automata Ruf Olunini Mieblni • Automatic Ru| Slur t Automatic Ru| Ouitir t Nut OtntrtJM Prying Room 9x12 Rug Cltantd and Siitd Superior Carpet Cleaners 1636 Main M. HO B*14I Alton YOU PLACE YOUR LIFE IN OUR HANDS Kvery time you bring pharmacists a prescription to compound, you place your health and your very life in our care. Among the thousands of different drugs in a pharmacy, we must dispense the exact medicine prescribed. Accuracy in compounding proper dosage is important. 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