Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1963 · Page 21
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August 1, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

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Section ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH S/JOfft Cltustftcd Established January 16, 1888, ALTON, ILL,, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1963 7c Per Copy of the Associated New Doctor Joins Staff Of Carlinville Hospital CAKLlNVlLLiJ — Dn Joseph Tyrrell, surgeon, of South Holland, Will join the staff of Car- llnvlllo Clinic on Sept. 1. He will replace Dr, D, P, Davis who recently left the staff. Dr, Tyrrell was an aSsdclate of Dr. Davis a number ot years ago in the Chicago area, Dr. and Mrs. Tyrrell are the parents of five children. They plan to visit In Carlfhvllle over the weekend during Which time they will look for a home in which to reside, Dr. Leonard Todd will also return to the clinic on Aug. 26. He has spent; (he past two years in the U.S. service. The Todd family is already hero and residing in the Hazel home on Morgan Street. Dr. Tyrrell's arrival will raise the doctorate staff number of the clinic to seven. Besides Dr. Todd the present staff is composed of. Dr. E. R. Chamness, Dr. W. «W. Lusk, Dr. Robert Rutherford, Dr.' Robert; England, Dr. Roger Quinn, Two Nabbed For Passing Bad Checks CARLINVILLE — A man' arid a woman who allegedly passed several bad checks in business establishments here this week were apprehended by police Wednesday. The pair was lodged in the Macoupin County jail and later arraigned before Macoupin County Judge Francis J. Bergen on separate charges of deceptive practice. Mrs. Carol Morgan, 17, of Rte. 2, Potosi, Mo., was arraigned by Assistant State's Attorney Thomas P. Carmody on complaint of Edward .Rudolph. She was charged with giving Rudolph a check, in the amount of $20 witten on the Garlinville National Bank without funds in the bank. She entered a plea of innocent and Judge 'Bergen fixed bond in the sum of $1,000. She remains in jail pending the posting of bond. ' Ronald W. Shelpton, 23, of Covintc, Calif., was sentenced to 30 days in Macoupin ...County jail after pleading guilty before Judge Bergen to a charge of deceptive,''practice. A' motion for probation was .denied by the court. The. information brought by Assistant State's Attorney Carmody' on complaint of another businessman, Robert H. Bell Jr., alleges that Shelpton gave Bell a bad check in the sum of $6.75 also drawn on the Carlinville National Bank. Poisoning of Children Up In Illinois SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) — Cases ol accidental poisoning among children increased at an alarming rate the first half of 1963, the State Health Department has reported. , Dr. Franklin Yoder, state health director, said Wednesday the total for the first six months was 5,376, compared with 4,593 cases in the same 1963 period. He estimated that another 5,000 cases were treated but not reported to the department. Cases of accidental poisoning are reported by 84 poison control centers and about 80 other hospitals, Dr. Yoder said. There are 300 hospitals in Illinois. The number of deaths caused by accidental poisonings the first half of 1963 was not known. Such poisonings claimed 39 lives in 1962. Dr. Yoder said the major cause, of poisonings is medicine in tablet or pil form. Aspirin products account for more than one-third of the coses, he said. Household preparations rank second and pestiqides, third, • Light Box Parade Set At Jersey JERSEYV1LLE — The annual "Light Box Parade" climaxing the summer recreation program In Jerseyville will bo held the evening of Aug. 8 at the Lions Playground and the playgrounds close the following day. Theme for the light box parade this year is "Fantasy In Motion" and prizes wili.be in silver dollars. Work of the light boxes began today (Thursday) on t h e playgrounds. All the children in the city are invited to participate In the event. Tills year a Playground Party will be held prior to the parade, The Senior Citizens will assist with the refreshments. Driver Licenses Of Two Revoked, Four Suspended Secretary of .State Charles F. Carpentier has announced 'the revocation of two and suspension of four drivers licenses in the Telegraph area. Herbert C. Buehnemann of Worden was convicted on charges of driving while intoxicated by William Traband, justice of t h e peace in Edwardsville on July 5 and his licence was revoked. David R. Hord, 2411 Paul St., Alton, was convicted on charges of drag racing by Judge George Noleuts, Alton, on June 30. His license. was, revoked.. Charles R. Johnson, 133 Maple St., Cottage Hills, received a license suspension of three months on conviction .on three charges of speeding. James K. L i v e 1 y, 600 Forest Ave., Alton was convicted on :harges of disobeying a stop sign, speeding and careless driving. His icense was suspended two months. Nettie D. Stemm, 504 Williams St., Alton, was convicted on charges of improper passage and lane usage; speeding, and disobeying a traffic signal. Her license was suspended two months. Robert L. White, 3064 Belle' St., Alton, was convicted on three charges of • speeding. His license was suspended. House to Be Moved for Power Line Another Alton dwelling is slated to be moved next Monday as the clearing continues of the Peasant Street area to make way for a transmission line of Illinois Power Co. James Simpson, of 3420 Yost St., has obtained a city permit to move a frame dwelling from 3512 Peasant St. to 4:110 Aberdeen Ave. Moving of the house over city streets is to be done by Cruikshank Movers of East St. Louis. The one-story structure has dimensions, of 28-by-26 feet. The route set for the moving operation is by way of Hy-Vista, Wickonhauser, Leonard, and Western Avenue. The same route was recently followed in successful moving of another Peasant Street dwelling. The city Public Works Department has/notified the Police Department of the project so that any needed traffic supervision may be given on the moving day. Godfrqy Man Hurt as Gar Hits Embankment A 43-year-old Godfrey man suffered minor injuries in an accident on Levls Lane in Godfrey Wednesday afternoon. Kay Courier, Pearl St., was rounding a curve when his auto skidded on loose gravel, striking an embankment, the Telegraph learned 'today, Courier was rushed to St. Josseph's Hospital where he was treated and released. COLLEGE i BOUND? Be sure your eyes are prepared for the hard work ahead— 7V5M CTP P 0 S I T £ T H E WEDGE BANK BLDG 623 t BROADWAY- ALT ON ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY SHOP LATE TONIGHT! EASTGATE EAST ALTON '/I; V,'* . ENTIRE STOCK MEN'S SWIMWEAR Every suit reduced! *| flJ Boxer or stretch brief style 1 MEN'S SUMMER DRESS SLACKS Blends of dacron polyester Xf 4,4. in rayon, cotton •" • MEN'S WALK SHORTS University—Grad or Continental Models 333 MEN'S LIGHTWEIGHT SPORT COATS Blends of dacron polyester 'n cotton l 7 MEN'S DRESS STRAW HATS Entire stock reduced Ploy -straw 88c MEN'S MESH DRESS SHIRTS Short sleeves in cool mesh weave • 300 1 33 MEN'S WHITE DUCK PANTS I University-Grad Model. i Machine Wash Cotton MEN'S ;l TROPICAL g WEIGHT SUITS :\ Hurry for big savings on " that summer suit 1 99 WOMEN'S CULOTTES Now reduced for clearance. Big Savings! 199 Girls' Summer Dresses Entire Stock Reduced $O .. $ to INFANTS' 1-PC. SUN SUITS . INFANTS' WATERPROOF PANTS . 33c 3' 88c WOMEN'S COTTON DRESSES Dark Prints Misses and ^\ tit 1 half sizes * *" * 2 $ 7 GIRLS' 3-PIECE PLAY SETS 1" Cotton Seersucker GIRLS' SUMMER BLOUSES GIRLS'PLAY SHORTS . INFANTS' 2-PC. SUN SUITS 1.66 50c 33c WOMEN'S BETTER DRESSES $ 6 $ 8* $ 10 WOMEN'S SUNBACK DRESSES 1" Summer Prints ENTIRE STOCK BOYS' SWIMWEAR All fabric greatly reduced; gg O* Boxer or Stretch Brief I BOYS' COORDINATE SETS Calf length pants with coordinating knit shirt 1 BOYS' DOUBLE-KNEE JEANS Cotton denim jeans in colors with double-knee 1 00 JR. BOYS' SHORT PANTS Elastic waist band play shorts. Machine wash 50' BOYS' CALF LENGTH PANTS Fwo styles—one with rope belt 0g 5O or continental style 1 BOYS' SUMMER WEIGHT SPORT COATS 7 Only! A blend of A88 dacron polyester 'n cotton ^^ 9' BOYS' WALK SHORTS Machine washable cotton in dark plaids 1 88 ,"'' 00 15°° - 23 MEN'S PRINT SPORT SHIRTS $ Cotton broadcloth. Print that machine washes in men's. 88 MEN'S BROADCLOTH DRESS SHIRTS Short sleeve in easy care cotton broadcloth,. Size !4'/j to 17. 1 88 NATIONWIDE long-wearing cotton muslins WHITE twin 72" x 108" flat ^ - — or twin Elasta—.fit T *r / bottom sheet: famous PASTEL 99 BOYS' KNIT SPORT SHIRTS Sizes 4 to 18, combed cotton knit with fashion collar, machine washable. 1 00 1 full 81" x 108" flat or twin Elasta — fit bottom sheet cases, 42" x 36" 68 1 2 for 78c 32 2 2 for 99c BOYS' COTTON T-SHIRTS Pine combed cotton, reinforced neck. PENCALE famous, fine combed cotton percale PASTEL 48 3-1 twin 72" x 108" flat or twin Elasta — fit bottom sheet: WHITE 79 I 79 2 full 81" x 108" flat or twin Elasta — fit bottom sheet: cases, 42" x 36": 99 1 2 for 99c 73 2 for 1.21 25 BRIEFS 3 for $1.15 BOYS' COTTON SPORT SHIRTS Pine combed cotton plaid sport shirts for boys. Sizes 4 to 18. 1 88 FOLDING PADDED CHAIR I Aluminum frame, floral pattern, /% padded seat, back |J ALUMINUM AND WEB CHAISE Folds for easy storage, (Matching Chair.,. .3,22) 6 44 24" BRAZIER GRILL Heavy steel bowl, I P" wheels, chrome trim 6 44 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Cemlxil cotrttt prints and plglds. 1 MEN'S POPLIN WORK SETS 4-oz. cotton poplin shirt 6 oz. cotton poplin pants Shirrs 00 00 Pants WOMEN'S JAMAICA SHORTS All cotton fabric in plaids, prints and solids. «| 47 Machine washable JL ENTIRE STOCK WOMEN'S SWIM WEAR DRASTICALLY REDUCED $ 4 $ 6 **8 WOMEN'S SLEEVELESS BLOUSES * Solid color machine washable, , QTfc combed cotton, size 32 to 38 CH f v PLASTIC TABLE CLOTH Big 52 x 52 size of easy to clean plastic 99' COTTON CORDUROY PIECE GOODS Washable cotton corduroy— 36 inches wide yd. 68' ASSORTED SUMMER COTTONS Crease resistant, machine M My* *'47' washable, assorted patterns TODDLER BOYS' SHORTS Elastic waist band, Machine washable cotton CHARGE THESE VALUES AT YOUR BAST ALTON PENNEY'S Shop 10 a,m, to 9 p,m, MONDAY through SATURDAY EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Intersection of U,8, Highway 67 and NJM ar ?^ venue — t

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