Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 5, 1963 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 5, 1963
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, AUOUSf 5,1963 ALfOft EVENING TELEGftAt>tt Area Scout Canoeists Return About 30 Explorer Scouts from Post 7, Posl 77, and Post 31 of the Piaso Bird Council returned Friday from a 13-day canoe trip Into Ontario, Canada. The explorers left here July 20 by chartered bus, spent one night at Camp McCoy, WIs. and another at Dulllth Air Force Base Minn. At the Charles Sommers Wilderness Canoe Base in Ely, Minn., whore roads end, the boys packed Into canoes for the trip by water Into Canada. The canoe base on Moose Lake In Minnesota Is equipped to handle over 6,000 explorers. The boys separated into three groups, each led by a professional guide. Each group was accompanied by a post adviser: Harry Alllon for Post 7; Don Greene for Post 77; and Dale Olive for Post 31. The group from Post 7 went to Darky Lnkc in Canada where they had a two-day Iky over, Fishing was good, the explorers reported, but rain fell on five of their eight days in the woods. The trip was no easy jaunt. Each Explorer had his own share of equipment to carry: conoes, weighing about 75 pounds each; food packs, at about 85 pounds; and packs of personal belongings, weigliing about 70 pounds. John Ford to Be Speaker At Te Deum John H. Ford, chairman of the philosophy department at Bellarmine College, Louisville, Ky., will be guest speaker at the Ladies' Night meeting of Te Deum Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Mineral Springs Hotel. He will speak on "Business and Professional Ethics Today versus Pro-War Days." Ford is national vice president of Delta Epsilon Sigma, National Catholic honorary society, and a founder of the Louisville Junior Great Books Experiment, which has received national acclaim. He was named Catholic Man of the Year by the Louisville Sarto Club in 1959.. Electric Faults Cause 2 Minor Weekend Fires Electrical malfunctions sent firemen out on two calls over the weekend, with only minor.damage reported in both cases. An electric motor overheated at the home of F. 0. Jones, 609 Miller St., Saturday afternoon, and an electrical fixture overheated Sunday morning at the home of Sylvester Harris, 1819 Smith St. Firemen answered an alarm to the Duncan Foundry Saturday afternoon when a welder set some rags afire. No damage was reported. Overcome by Heal While Fighting Fire Godfrey's Asst. Fire Chief, Cliff Lee, was overcome by heal exhaustion in the 98-degree temperature Saturday afternoon as firemen fought a grass fire at the home of Lyle S. Laslie on Riehl Lane. Lee received medical treatment and was released, Back from a 13-day canoe through the wilds of Ontario, Canada are nine members of Explorer Post 7 of the Plasa Bird Council. They are (front row, from left) Randy Lewis, Buddy Rain and Bill Sunderland; (second row) David Ostendorph, Stove Schoene and EXPLORERS BACK 13-day canoe trip John Barocca; (top row) Fred Moyer, the group's guide from McGowan, Tex. John Wnitten, Harry Allton, post adviser, and Dennis Belcher, The boys are shown here at the Charles L. Sommers Wilderness Canoe Base in Ely, Minn. U. of I. Reports Housing for Coed Undergrads Is Filled URBANA, 111. (Special) - "Additional permits to enter the University of Illinois" at Urbana In September will not be issued to single undergraduate women until they have obtained approved housing," according to Dean C. W. Sanford of the office of admissions and records, and Director Paul J. Doebel of the Housing Division. Currently, all approved housing for single undergraduate women is filled, but cancellations may occur. The applications of single undergraduate women will continue to be processed until the deadline date of Aug. 26. The applicants will bo informed whether or not they are eligible to enter; but deposits of tuition and fees \v not be accepted nor permits issued until the applicants have ob tained approved housing. "Undergraduate men, graduate and married students who have not obtained housing should contact the Housing Division, 420 Student Services Building, Champaign, at once," Doebel said. "Although university-owned housing ' filled, there are available accommodations in privately-owned fa- cilities for graduate and married students and the university-ap- H'oved privately-owned facilities "or single undergraduate men. Wherever possible I urge students to visit the campus in the very near future to complete necessary arrangements for housing." Dean Sanford said that fall enrollment at the University of Illi- lois in Urbana would total about 25,484, an increase of 1,315 over will be as large as the one las fall when we had 5,800. The in crease in the total enrollment wi be in undergraduate transfe graduate, and continuing stuc ents." ast year. "In our earlier projection we anticipated a somewhat smaller freshman class in 1963 than in 1962 due to an expected drop in the number of high school graduates in Illinois," Dean Sanford said. "Our best estimates at this time are'that the freshman class Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FA8TEKTH, a pleasant alkaline (non-acid) powder, holds false teeth more firmly:To eat and talk in more comfort, Just sprinkle a little PA8- .TEETH on your plates No gummy, gooey, pasty taste ur feeling. Ch»ok» "plate odor" (denture breath). O*t *A8TEETH at any drug count*. LEADER'S . . . OPEN TONITE TILL 9 FOR THE WISEST FASHION INVESTMENT OF THE SEASON... SO till payday for 70< tafcrf week* tit pay Lug* kwni with Longer term* of repayment «r« •r*il«W« If ftmil.M «ad to liuglo m«» or *£• men for my worthwhile purp** Phoat «r toma in today. LOANS $25 TO $800 ASSOCIATES ^holfege vj-° M own •>»•>!•• LOAN COMPANY In Hospital Mrs. Maggie Reeder, 84, is i St. Anthony's Hospital, where sh is being treated for a heart cond tion. Mrs. Reeder, who reside at 2619 Yager St., has been in th hospital since July 12. Cut Costs Before Tax, Poll Shows WASHINGTON - By a ratio of -to-1, west central Illinois citi- ens oppose a tax cut if federal pending Is not cut, according to urvey results announced today iy Rep. Paul Findley (R-tll). Findley Issued a final analysis >f 17,310 replies he has received n his 1963 survey of home-district iplnion. It shows heavy opposition — Banging from 2 to-1 to 7-to-l — to new spending proposals and man latory farm controls, and strong support — the ratio was 7-to-l— or "action to assure a noli Communist government In Cuba.' By 22-lo-l those responding sup ported a proposal to require se rot-ballot approval by union members before a union can cat strike. This is Findley's third annua survey. Questionnaires were mailed to names selected at ran dom from telephone directories. He commented, "This year's response is th< argest yet and comes directb 'rom about one-tenth of the adul population of the 20th Congres sional District." $1,000 Life Insurance Sold by Mail . You may be qualified £o $1,000 life insurance • so yo will.not burden your loved one with funeral and other ex penses. This NEW policy especially helpful to those be tween 40 and 90. No medica examination necessary. OLD LINE LEGAL RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE. . No agent will call on you Free information, no obligation Tear out this ad right now. Send your name, addres and year of birth to: Centra Security Life Insurance Co Dept. M-148, 1418 West Rose dale, Forth Worth 4, Texas.— Adv. Patients* Hospital Costs in Last 10 Years Are Doubled The average cost for each day palient Spends in Alton hos- itals has nearly doubled in the nsf 10 years, but still is a little than $36.83, the national aver- ge figure released by American lospilal Assn. for a day's stay in hospital. An increase from $18.35 to $3fi.83 day was shown in a report from morican Hospital Assn. over a 0-yenr period. Steadily rising labor costs were ifed by the Association and Alton lospital administrative officers us the major cause for the in- roused expenses. New services and equipment hat didn't exist 10 years ago lave also accounted for the rise lospital authorities report. More than 1,762,957 persons were mployed in all hospitals, making he field one of the nation's largest irons of employment. For each 00 patients in a short term general hospital, 237 employes are required. One of the busiest facilities, according to Association was in the outpatient clinics, where patients are treated who do not require lospitalization. Alton hospitals, with others in the nation, showed heavy increases in the number of outpatients treated during the past year. The number of births in hospitals over the nation showed a decline and this was true of Alton hospitals, administrators stated. While the decline was slight amounting to less than 50 at one of the hospitals, it reflects a nationwide birth rate decline and if in contrast to previous years when there was a steadily mounting number of births in Alton hospitals. A reduction in the average length of stay of a hospital patient was reported by Alton hospital administrative officers. The decline being from 7.5 to 7.1 days. 104 W. THIRD ST. HO 5*8851 NO MONEY DOWN ... AS LITTLE AS $5 PER MONTH BUYS tP TO $100 S ONOTONP HEARING Aiq> CENTER Lii" If you can hear but don't understand, Sonotone would like to help you. 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