Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 3, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 3, 1960
Page 13
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Section 2 Pages 13-22 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Comic Established January 15, 1838 ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1960. 86 Per Copy Member of The Associated Press Hospital Notes ALTON MIMORIAL MEDICAL Mrs. Mary Boyd, 2932 Buena Vista. Gndy Ridder, 612 Mechanic. Mrs. Grace Polster, Brighton. Robert McManus, East Alton. Carl Bergstrom, 712 Main. Max Hendrlcks, 2605 HUlcrest. SURGICAL Mrs. Ernestine Link, 3871 Claremont. Charles Irwin, 3500 Meridocla. Mrs. Helen White. 523 Wyss. Charles Lemmon, East Alton. Bonnie Patrick, Centralia. Mrs. Margaret Snyder, Godfrey. Mrs. Louise Rahn, Hartford. Mrs. Grace Welch. Staunton. Michael Cooke, Godfrey. Mrs. Norine Tomllnsofl, 3602 Wickenhauser. Mrs. Margie Green, Cottage Hills. DISMISSALS Mrs. Nelma Roach, Cottage Hills Mrs. Hazel Vandevord, E. Alton. Mrs. Lila Seynhoven, Godfrey. Mrs. Irene Brandt, Bryan, Ohio. Mm. Emma Blumenberg, 3554a Aberdeen. Mrs. Mary Rodenhouse, 408'/a Augusta. Mrs. Laura Feazel, Godfrey. Mrs. Carolyn Meyers, 1312 Highland. _. Mrs. Carol Bardelmeier, Edwardsville. Mrs. Jeanette Schildroth. East Alton. Mrs. Kathlyn Churchman, 409a State. Judy Bienemann, South Roxana. W. *. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Paul Gallacci, 1 E. Madison. Wilbur Mouser. 716 State. Danny Eaker, Rt. 1. Moro. SURGICAL Thomas Van Meter, 764 Berry. Mabell Colbert, 212 Lindenwood, East Alton. William McAndrew, 1125 Brown, Alton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Glendola Blaylock, Worden. Mrs. Mary Lankford, S. Roxana. Denver Baker, 509 Brookside, Alton. Robert Stephens. Rt. 1. Bethalto. Mrs. Lillie Masiero, Rt. 1, Bethalto. Robert Chancy. 123 S. 8th. Mrs. Mary Brumley. East Alton. Mrs. Mary Joyner, Rt; 1, Alton. Mrs. Bonnie Reeder, Rt 1, Alton Dawn Schmidt, Bunker Hill. Dwight Cope, 2911 Buena Vista, Alton. Linda Campbell, Rt. 1, Bethalto. ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Raymond Henke. Rt. 1, Bethalto Mrs. Emma Cathorall, Rt. 1, Alton. < DISMISSALS Marbella Saunders, Hartford. John Buttry, 611 Olmstead. Mrs. Orene Markel, S. Roxana. (Correction: Vernon Schwartz of 4801 Humbert St. is a patient in St. Anthony's. A previousi report erroneously listed Mns^ Schwartz as a patient.* ST. JOSEPH'S | MEDICAL j Harold Rayhole, 1200 Rodemeyer- Noble Tyson, 1205 Coppinger. Mrs. Beatrice Weaver, Grafton. Mrs. Beatrice Sons,- 1704 Oakwood. Mrs. Ruth Whitener, 281 S. 14th, Wood River. SUBGICAL Pamela Wheat, Edwardbville. George C. Blevins, 828 Condit, Wood River. Mrs. Verba Smith, 635 Ninth. Fred Humm, Bethalto. DISMISSALS John Ahern, 3242 Theresa. Mrs. Ruth Barenreuther, 256: Madison. I Edward Cox, 2906 Shady Dr. I C. L. Holmes, Edwardsville. Mrs. Edna Morris, Rt. 1, East Alton. , „ , Mrs. Earlene Naylor, Bunker Hill. Mrs. Jeanelle Nowlan, 2104 Washington. Mrs. Peggy Puent, 3527 Hoover. Mrs. Nancy Rigsby, Edwardsville. Conrad Roemer, Godfrey. Mrs. Leona Benefiel, Hartford. Fred Dettmer, East Alton. JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Melody Pyatt, Jerseyville. Mrs. Robert Ruebling, Fidelity. Fred Boede, Hardin. SUBGICAL Fred Schneider, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Mrs. James DeSherlia, Batchtown. Mrs. Leland Meyer, Golden Eagle. Mrs. Christine Williams, Hardin Mrs. Merle Blackwell, Fieldon. David Price, Jerseyville. Raul Chivub Fleet) To U.S., Asks Asylum KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) — Raul Chivas, treasurer ot the Cuban revolution and railroad administrator in Fidel Castro's government, has fled to the United States and political asylum. He arrived in Key West Tuesday aboard a 17-foot boat. No immediate reason was given for his defection, but former associates said he had been growing discontented with Castro's communistic leanings. GraftotiMeetings Will Continue GRAFTON—Revival services at the Assembly of God Church will continue until Sunday, with the Rev. Oren Paris bf Ft. Worth, Texas, a song composer and singing Evangelist, in charge. An inspiration service will Iw conducted Saturday evening and a Communion service will be held during the worship hour .Sunday morning. Marks Annlvprmr.v GRAFTON — Mrs. Raymond Pohlman. who marked her birthday anniversary Monday, was honored at a dinner at her home, Sunday. Guests were Mrs. Ella Houchins, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hollows, Mr. and Mrs. David Harvey of Louisiana, Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rauscher and daughters of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pohlman and daughters, and the honoree's husband, Raymond Pohlman, and son Larry, and daughter, Mary Ellen, of Grafton. Grafton Not™ GRAFTON - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Besaw and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Besaw Jr., attended funeral services Monday afternoon for William McCarthy at the First Baptist Church in White Hall. Mr. HFK! Mrs. R. Womack moved Tuesday from the Freeman residence on Clinton street to the res- fl*'ncc v of Thomas Womack on Market street. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bradfisch and TOIL Gregory, of Wood River, were guests Sunday of his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bradfisch. Mrs. S. Croft and two daughters of Denver, Colo., are visiting her mother. Mrs. Rose Stston. and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Avery Gisy entertained at a fish fry at their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Breden and children of Jerseyville, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dougherty of Kane. Britain's Royal S.P.C.A. receh- |pd $1.34 million in legacies last (year — more, columnists pointed out, than the Society for Prevention of/Cruelty to Children. W* Qivt and fttrfetm FAG I r , TAMPS ZIKC PHARMACY Dlal CL 9-2263 Rosewood Hu. Motorola TV • Most Reliable TV Evert • Full Year Guarantee! NO MONEY DOWN (Your old TV trade-in covers down payment In most cases) • We Finance Our Own Accounts here— You'll Not Be Bothered by Banks or Finance Companies. Standard Home Furnishers 500 E. Broadway Model 21 K ISO 21-Inch overall diagonal measure. 263 sg. In picture viewing area. In mahogany, blond and walnut colors. NO MONEY DOWN — $6.00 MONTH 195 THRIFT HARDWARE BUYS OUT ST. ANN HARDWARE! Twelve school fives occur dally in the United States. OPM Moo,, Fri. Till I School Shoos Savt tl to IO»/» saf a?* p«* Straps. 8H to « WESTEBN SHOE STORKS Mft-MK. DOWNTOWN ALTON OPEN FRI. NIGHT Bar/lefts Qualify Stores WILSHIRE VILLAGE EAST ALTON OPEN FRI. NIGHT FINAL REDUCTION SUMMER SUITS • SLACKS • SPORT COATS SUMMER SUITS M .w 54 75 52 75 48 7S 46 75 FINEST NATIONALLY ADVERTISED QUALITY MEN'S CLOTHING FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK. PRICED TO SAVE YOU MONEY. SELECTIONS of DACRON and WOOL COMPLETE IN SOME SIZES COME EARLY Downtown Only SLACKS • COTTON • DACRON - WOOL • DACRON-RAYON • DACRON-NVLON IM. ,675 .MI IH 4 69.50 NOW 65.00 NOW 60.00 NOW 57.60 NOW Downtown Only SPORT COATS SPECIAL GROUP SUITS 29 50 Reg. 3t.W to 60.00 39.95. 35.00. 29.50. 25.95. 29" 26" 22" 18" 4.00 5.00 Long | Sleeve... •• Downtown Only Knit Sport Shirts..4Price IS SPORT SHIRTS GREAT REDUCTION- STRAW NATS - SWIM SUITS - - SPORT SHIRTS (Short Slum) Quality Stores SALE CONTINUES! Additional Truckloads of Merchandise Being Received Daily—Hundreds of Items in Every Department! ELECTRICAL: Light Bulbs Extension Cords Light Fixtures Fuses Building Wire Nite Lights Switches Box Cover Plates Fuse Boxes Friction Tape Service Entrance Boxes PAINT DEPT.: Plastic Drop Cloths Caulking Guns Caulking Paint - Exterior Paint - Interior Varnish Paint Brushes Sandpaper Masking Tapes - Glues Plastic Aluminum Cement Bondex - Dramex - Thinner PLUMBING: Medicine Cabinets Sink Traps Sink Faucets Galvanized Pipe Fittings Lead Drum Traps Plastic Pipe Plastic Pipe Fittings Lavatory Traps Toilet Supply Pipes Lavatory Supply Pipes * Sweat Copper Fittings Flberglas Pipe Insulation Lavatory Faucets Drain Pipe Cleaner Drain Pipe Extensions Lavatory Pull-Out Plugs Tank Flush Balls Aluminum Shower Doors - AND MANY, MANY MORE LUMBER & BUILDING MATERIALS: Redwood Fence Pickets Masonite - Screen Wire Nails - Fencing Adjustable Screens Sliding Door Hardware Picture Frame Kits Fir Drop Siding Barn Sash Furniture Legs Wood Paneling Rock Lath Door Grilles Insulation Nu-Wood Celling Tile Galv. Corrugated Roofing 10 FT. LENGTHS ONLY Complete Window and Frame Units ITEMS NOT LISTED HERE THRIFT HARDWARE 300 BELLE ST. ALTON PHONE HO a-SMl

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