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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 8, 1963
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Hospital Notes MtOtilOAL Mrs. Vivian Wallace, 3205 Edge ttood. fttldolfih March, 82Q.Pgrk.__ *** '" ' SURGICAL " Mrs. Helen Applet 8i8 Bee Tree Lane, East Alton. Mfrs. GeneVleve Grossheim, 3628 Aberdeen. Mrs. Doris Carpenter, 3006 Wa- taJee. Mrs. Eleanor Laird, Rte. 2, Godfrey. George Boydeti, Springfield. Miss Margie Sinclair, Rte. 4, Jerseyville. Wayne Bradshnw, 615 Emerald. Orvllle S. Call, 76 Euclid. Miss Carol Ewing, East Alton. Miss Carol Foraker, S. Roxana. Leon George, 3400 Milton. Mrs. Hazel Gleaser, Edwardsville Frank Mead, Edwardsville. Mrs. Maude Martin, 1205 Hazel. Mrs. Betty Rodgers, 116 Ninth. Mrs. Olive Scarborough, Moro. Mrs. Marguerite Waters. Godfrey David Yates, Rte. 1, Grafton. Mrs. Nora Bauer, East Alton. Hugh Knight, 1202 Joesting. Mrs. Peggy Gibson, Jerseyville. Si. Anlhoiiy's MEDICAL Mrs. Julia Postlewaite, 842 Lewis, Wood River. Mrs. Emma Ruckman, Rte. 1, Godfrey. Gilbert Hise, 2202 Mills. Mrs. Pauline Show, Godfrey. Mrs. Josephine Gaithcr, 2122 Holland. Mrs. Barbara Anderson, South DISMISSALS Mrs. Sharon Bosoluke, 3030 Wa- talee. Alvin Blessing, Wood River. Arthur Jackson, 123.1 Brown. Marsha McDuffy, 901 Sixth. Mrs. Ruth McDuIfy, 901 Sixth. Mrs. Lora Ford, East Alton. Mrs. Nora Lawliss, 317 Henry. Mrs. Rosemary Gann, East Alton Jersey Community MEDICAL Charles Lovins, Jerseyville. Vernon Bounds, Jerseyville. Mrs. Carrie Neely, Jerseyville. Mrs. Floyd Darr, Medora. Mrs. John Bierman, Fidelity. Samuel Groves, Hardin. DISMISSALS Mrs. Merle Blackwell, Fieldon. Mrs. Donald Ferguson, Jerseyville. Mrs. Tillie Morrison, Fieldon. Mrs. Waldo Snider, Hardin. Wood River Township MEDICAL Arthur Clayton, Bethalto. Mrs. Loula Arbulhnot, 104 Hickory Claudia Rains, Hartford. Miss Barbara Allen, St. Louis. Mrs. Dora Willmon, 617 Lincoln East Alton. Dianna Jo Pennock, Bethalto. Mrs. Lillian Eaton, 644 Lincoln East Alton. Vickie Rains, Hartford. Reese D. Roberts, 901 Fifth East Alton. SURGICAL Mark Freeman, South Roxana. , Keith E. King, 567 California, East Alton. DISMISSALS Harry Legate, East Alton. Robert Waugh, Rte. 1, Edwardsville. Mrs. Helen Ridings, 2100 Orchard Mrs. Susie Doerr, East Alton. Gordon Bond, East Alton. Mrs. Mary Alben, East Alton. Mrs. Emma Miles, Bethalto. Alton Memorial MtebtCAL Roy Heine, Cottage Hills Mrs. Mary Moore, Godfrey Mrs. Minnie Jacobs, Wood River stmolcAL William Tietzc, Edwardsville James Pleasant, Wood Rivet- John Jones, Godfrey Mrs. Imogene Fitzgerald, Belhallo Glen Henderson, 2300 Brown Patricia Roberts, Wood River Mrs. Louelln Croqimrl, 3533 Oscar Margaret Parnell, Godfrey Billy Parnell, Godfrey Paul Parnell, Godfrey Mrs. Gale Crawford, Jorseyville Pete Canton, Livingston Coy Garvln, 125D Yoakel Mrs. Charlotte Schrciber, College. DISMISSALS Michael Grnndstaff, Collage Hills Doris Schmiltling, 902 Brown Truman Hargiss, Wood River Mrs. Ethel Sluilts, Jerspyville William Reilmnn, 1200 Rodpn- mire Larry Sibley, Karnpsville Mrs. Mildred Jones, 3052 Paul Mrs. Sarah Milford, Wood Rivet- Mrs. Carrie Malhis, Moro Mrs. Amelia Clodfelrier. Ml. Vernon .lanes Spencer, 5003 Bedford Karen Hayes, 334 Jefferson Mrs. Lillie Grizzle, Kane Mrs. Marlene Doerr, Bethalto Lee Stoner, Brighton Builders Class al Wood River Mecls WOOD RIVER — The Builders Class of First Evangelical United Brethren Church saw a film on Glacier National Park during a neeling Tuesday. O. L. Miller and the Rev. Glenn ;. Huffman, pastor, presented the New York Flooding Continues BUFFALO. N.Y. (AP) - Flood damage in Buffalo was estimated al 535 million following torrential rains that virtually swamped some areas and routed more than 300 persons from their homes. Rains up to 3.88 inches drenched the city and suburbs Wednesday for Ihe second lime in 10 days. Buses stopped running. Cars wo ! abandoned as water filled low 23091 areas. Power was knocked out. Telephone lines were down. Many Maremont Raps Aid Irregularity basements were flooded. The rains fell mostly during the midmorning rush hours. It was over by noon. "I've lived here -10 years and it's never been this bad," an Easl Side housewife said. Mayor Chester Kowal estimated damage to public facilities at $7 million and damage to homes and businesses nl $28 million. Me declared a slate of enier gency. Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller ordered state public works crews lo provide the city with whatever help was available. In suburban Cheektowaga, which has not had a flood in 30 years, 1.5 boats moved stranded families to a high school. Police said about 80 per cent of Hie homes there received Hood damage. Al the Buffalo Zoo, polar bears were swimming in the moat surrounding theiv cage. Clayton F. Froiheil. zoo curator, said guards stood nearby with weapons poised but the water receded before the CHICAGO (API — A former chairman of the Illinois Public Aid Commission lias charged that an audil of aid to dependent children revealed Irregularities in one-fifth of the cases checked. In a speech before a civic group Wednesday night, Arnold H. Marc- tttont, one-time chairman of the 1PAC before it was abolished said he had learned Hie results of a team headed by Richard N. Ilo- steny. A report by Hosleny, now in the present Illinois Public Aid Department, re-checked one-eighth of 1,019 cases examined by the federal government last spring. Said Marcmonl: "Hie federal audit was disclosed at a press conference. The Hosleny report remains a mystery. Why?" Irregularities in only 5.4 per cent of ADC families checked and in 7.'1 per cent of the individuals in volved were reported by the federal audit. The Hosleny re-check was ordered bv Maremont himself whet •to was still the head of Illinois' •ellef. The Hosteny group "found irregularities which affected eligi- billy in 20.73 per cent of the sanr Att*ilittt*y Installs Officers WORDEN — Mrs. Florence Blotevogel was installed president of the American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday afternoon. Other officers installed Were: Mrs. Dorelhen Blolevogel and Mrs. Ixmis Vti/zl, vice-presidents; Mrs. Donna Asliauer, treasurer; Mrs. Bertha Slevers, historian; Mrs. Dorothy Pieper, chaplain; [stalling officer. )les investigated in Cook County.J M| . S j onnic B . Lamb, sergeant-at- It found that downslate the figure al . ms . Ml . s No ,. mil Johnson, sec,vas a flat 20 per cent irregularity |,. ( ,, H1 . V _ effecting eligibility." Maremont j M ,.;' Lil , ia| , » lo{c . vOSC i WHS i,,said. Based on a Iwo-year ADC budg- •t of $300 million, Maremont said, the irregularities could theoreli- cally cost I lie public as much as SW) million. Television sels in 100 per cent of the homes checked were found by Ihe Hosteny investigators, Maremont said. Harold O. Swank, slate public iiid director, when informed of Maremonl's speech, said the Hosteny report would be made pub- lic in a week or 10 days. Swank said he "would be greatly alarmed if the Hosteny rcpoit showed (hat 20 per cent of ADC cases were ineligible. 1 do not be lieve thai is wlutl Hosleny found. "What t think lloslcny is saying is that in 20 per cent of the cases there is some element which might make all or part of the award ineligible. I don't find that alarming." Union Accuses Shell Of Exceeding Contract ficial of the union I hat lias just called off the 1 Pi-month long strike against .Shell Oil Co. accused the company Wednesday of trying to enforce working re- qulromonts nol in the newly signed contract. He said also Hint the threat of expulsion has teen dangled over the head of many workers at the suburban Deer Park refinery. These statements by John Crossland, Oil, Cheiniwi) and Atomic Workers Local ..1-367 secretary, fell like a bombshell into the labor tranquHll.v that many had expected to sel in as the union workers relumed lo Ihelr jobs 16- day for the first lime since Aug. 18, 1962. ending Ihe longest strike In Ihe oil industry's history. Grassland's remarks brought an immedifitc ropl.v from Leonard T. Wilson. Ihe i-efinery manager. He said only the approved contract and agreements were used in the f imitation meetings held for refinery workers lodny. Grassland stressed his complaints applied only to Ihe re- ft n o r y, where 1,028 Workers punched in for the first shift early today. The union workers voted 1500•1(1 to accept a one-year contract til a closed meeting Tuesday night. Citr Aecltlnitl Mrs. J. M. Black received word Wednesday morning of the deatli of her uncle, Riley E. Huckabay, GO, of Kansas Cily, who was killed in an automobile accident Wednesday al 8:30 a.m. ns he returned home from work, lie is survlvec by his wife and one daughter Marslm Kay, mid one brother, J. E. Huckabay, of Boonovllle, Mo. f, AUGUST 8,'lMd ' . ._ .... - | '-•"" ~fhunder$torm* Deluge Parts Of California LOS ANGELES (AP)-Thunder- sliowcrs deluged parts of South- pro California Wednesday, catiS- Itig flash floods whlcli washed out highways, swept away cars and flooded two communities. Up lo three feet of. water flooded Vlctorvllle and Apple Valley in the Mojnve Desert. Residents and businessmen piled sandbags, brooms, shovels ami fags I" f^nt of their homes and stores to stem the flood, sheriff's deputies said. , Three men in n jeep were rescued by rope line after waisl-lilgh water washed out a portion of California 18 between Victorvdtle mid Apple Valley. The rond is a main route from Los Angeles lo Las Vegas, Nov. VVadi Haifa, Sudan, had no rain in a 10-year record of observations. bears got free. Al Roswell Park Memorial In stitute where ducks usually swiml on a pond in the lobby, water 1 gushed through the lobby and brought Uie ducks with it. Last week, a 3.37-inch deluge caused flood damage between $500.000 to $1.5 million. Several homes had lo be evacuated at that HOUSE FURNISHING COMPANY "We just got buck in the house Tuesday after the flood lasl week," said Grace Trautman. . u building •~»*Z.Li.*a& SEE TOP PERSONALITIES Andy Griffith—Ronnie Howard —the Modetnaires with Paula Kelly- Ralph Emery-Governor Otto Kerner — Ray Eberle—Debbie Drake —the Sutlon Dancers —Paul Kohler — Skeeter Davis—Ihe Glenn Miller Orchestra with Tex Beneke-plus hundreds more! Exciting Auto and Motorcycle Races ILLINOIS STATE FAIR AUGUST 9-18 STATE FAIRGROUNDS • SPRINGFIELD Fri. Aug. 9-AGRICUITURE & CHILDREN'S DAY —games, contests, circus Sot. Aug. 10-LABOR'S DAY-Grand Ole Opry Sun. Aug. 11-VETERANS DAY-TWIN DAY Mon. Aug. 12—LADIES' DAY—Special Shows Tues. Aug. 13-CENTRAL ILLINOIS DAY and BLUE RIBBON FAMILY DAY Wed. Aug. 14-REPUBLICAN DAY-Human Rocket Mon Thurs. Aug. 15—GOVERNORS DAY-Governor Otto Kernef presents championship trophies. Appearance of Human Rocket Man-Grandstand Fri. Aug. 16-GOLDEN AGE DAY—Special Senior Citizen events Sat. Aug. 17-AUTO RACE DAY-Andy Griffith Show Sun. Aug. 18-MOTORCYCLE RACE DAY WOODKIVER, ILL. Continuous entertainment & fireworks every nite 20,000 Free Exhibits including industrial, educational and scientific displays' International 3-Ring Circus F R E E G AT Em F T E R S P. M WANTED ANY MAN Who needs a few pairs of Bermuda .Shorts mid short sleeve Sport Shirts to fill out the summer . . . AT KEAL BARGAIN PRICES! The 0 5 O SHIRTS L for 0 SHORTS.. Z for 3.97 WANTED ANY BOY . ... or girl who wants the best bicycle buy ever offered in the urea, firing out your dud tomorrow, he'll see the savings ut once. Boy's or Girl's BICYCLE With Generator inul Light '29,95 WANTED YOUNG MAN who is interested in cus- tom HUB CAPS...He will be in his glory when he views the big selection we have on display! ALL AT REAL LOW PRICES! WANTED ALL LADIES who need some replacement glassware to fill out the summer cold drink needs — \Ve found a set of Royal Ruliy glassware that is simply beautiful. • 8—12 Oz, Tumblers 9 8—16 Oz. Iced Tea 9 8—6 Oz. Juice • 1—64 Oz, Pitcher 25 PC. Set $ 3.89 AUTOMOTIVE THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL! A Real Gaed BargatRl 2 Gallon Can $ \ MOTOR OIL.... li HOUSEHOLD '1.19 34 x 44 Cotton Throw Rug—-foam back 37 x 48 Striped Throw $O 1Q Rug—foam back £« IV RADIOS 6 TRANSISTOR HEAVY DUTY SET Small and Com. $ pact. Well Made GARDENING "AQUA KING" LAWN SPRINKLER 3 sizes to choose from ar low prices never offered before. • d H |HV mff ^(PP iB^ BARGAIN CENTER Just 3 Allies K, of Uetlmlta on Haute 140 OPEN SUNDAYS - DU 4-9022 BIG 11 QUART HOT AND GOLD CHEST 100 WHILE THEY LAST-CASH AND CARRY \ 59' GRAND NEW f>(jfi,T> T0 MAKE YOU PROUD TO OWN m FOR WORLD'S FINEST PERFORM ANCEI 23 CONSOLE TV HANDCRAFTED No Printed Circuits All handvviied linnd soldered connection* for fewer service headaches Beautiful fine furnUur* •tyling Big 7'ipf»kfi Spotlite DUl. HOOVER CONSraiATION canister tKot more of you wool ROXBURY-Model K2736 SCHWARTZ HAVE ZENITH 1963 TELEVISION FROM $14995 ALWAYS A BEST BUY AT SCHWARTZ ANEW OLE .AMP IT'S DIFFERENT - EXCLUSIVE LUXURIOUS SQUARE FLUTED POLE-SMART BLACK OR WHITE WITH BRASS CENTER SECTION' " Three unbreakable Daneflex shades in decorator colors of White, Aqua and Pumpkin CHECK OUR BEDDING BUYS IN OUR AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE at SCHWARTZ SLEEP LIKE A KING ON LUXURIOUS ALLERGY FREE HIGH-DENSITY FOAM! 3-3 SIZE FOAM MATTRESS OR 10" FOUNDATION S1O95 19 •»-G MATTRESS OK FOUNDATION $29.05 Fine quality foam at a price lower than the cheapest: inner-spring type mattress. SPECIAL LOW PRICE "DR. REST" QUILTED-TOP MATTRESS TICKETED AT 49.50 $ 28 NOIIB sold to dealers. Quilted 2 sizes. FJno, beautiful ticking, sag- proof, pro-built border. AUGUST "MAGIC CHEF" SALE! NEW GRILL INCLUDED WITH NEWEST "1963" MAGIC CHEF GAS RANGE CAN BE USED ON EITHER SIDE ADDITIONAL ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD RANGE • SPACIOUS STORAGE DRAWERS • CONVENIENT CLEANING DESIGN t SMOKELESS BROILER t UNIFORM HEAT DISTRIBUTION * FIBERGLAS INSULATION CHECK OUR HUGE APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT FOR MANY OTHER OUTSTANDING BARGAINS.' AUGUST IS THE TIME TO BUY A CHAIR BELOW ARE TWO ONLY OF THE TERRIFIC CHAIR VALUES You Can Find At SCHWARTZ YOUR CHOICE OF COLORS-Black-Gold-Coral-Avocado ., choice of colors, plus the \uxurioos comfort of Solid. Fofcm.Tn a^ocK-for^euverLi hov^, or v*e U ho\d Vt 'Yvv FartV\er'& Da^ -far 400, complete, SWIYHrTJLT LOUNSf CHAIR, FUSTIC COYHL •LACK, SOLD, or SAND CUSHION HEAD-REST SWIVEL OTTOMAN 95 VA/e hase onlq Z sales each uwr, UQU Know, and when reduced-some luxurious modern rocVa* choke is solid OVER 37,000 SQ, FT, OF FLOOR SPACE DEVOTED TO SAMPLES TO CHOOSE FROM! Nowhere else In this area will you find »uch huge selections of Fine Furniture and Appliances. If you haven't found what you want elsewehere . •. check us. Open Dally 0 a,in, to 5:30 p.m. Open Friday 0 a.m. to 0, Open EvenluKN |>y Appointment HOU5I FURNISHING WMPANT

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