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ALfON EVENING Hospital Notes Sti Anthony's MM, Godfrey. Rte. 1, Mm, Anna Wnltef/li W,,&eifflat>. James Cra!tofi» 5.40/mifieli, East Alton , ,• s * > George Mattlfl, Cottage Mfc, Sybil Klnoftld, 2829 Buena ' ' ebUage Mills, Clyde Mrs, Mddefra Joprmsott, 1818 t>iasa Appointed fttf Roxana tfOXANA -• Thonte* Williams! to college life and interpret unl< Timothy ffoftythe, Arthur Badttley, Godfrey, . Julius SWbtHd, 50S Crestview, East, Alton, blBMlSSALS Mrs; Frelda ;Challacombe, Rte. 3,,<3odfttjy, ' ' 7 Mrs. Virginia, Dempster, 21? Ladd Mrs, -Jessie Amon, frrahklln, Emmett Makme,' 1823' Easton. M&. Elizabeth Vonhahmen, Brighton, Mrs. Viola Joesttng, 1420 Liberty S>i Joseph's Miss DqHna Baldwin, Springfield. Clarence Brumfleld, 3112 Paul. Mrs. Irene Drainer, 303 Dry. Mrs. Edith Babbs, 552 Third St., Wood River. ! : Scott Ventress, 609 Reed Drive, East Alton. Mrs. Martha Stormer, 830 Sixth. SURGICAL Larry McCoy, 804 Lincoln, Wood River. Mrs. Elllen Newby, Godfrey. Mrs. Rosealle Whltaker, Godfrey DISMISSALS Mrs. Lenora Aughenbmigh, 2130 State. Miss Donna Baldwin, Springfield. Mrs. Helen .Becker, 2230 Rodgers Harry Boals, 2727 Brown. Mrs. Willie Brooks, 1716 Alby. Clyde Cults, 1814 Sycamore. Mrs. Mildred East, Mt, Olive. Mrs. Mary Gross, 215 Dooley. Marlene Jackson, 1723 Market. Doloris Jones, 1105 Washington. Mrs. Mary Neese, Cottage Hills. Mark Piaz/.e, Cottage' Hills. Mrs. Dorothy R. Portwood, 204 Hollywood, Mrs. Mary Schmittling, Roxana. Miss Margie Sinclair, Jerseyville. Mrs. Alice: Strange, East Alton. Vincent Taulli, 1225 Garden. Mrs. Grace Thomas, 1126 Central. Miss Vera Warren, 1303 Rodgers. Mrs. Hazel Weathers, S. .Roxana. Alton Memorial MEDICAL ... Terri Warner, East Alton. Mrs. Mae Stewart, 1108 E. Fourth James Dunnegan, 2523 Yeager. Thomas Sexton, Wood River. Mrs. Sandra Gross, 1818 Clawson Mrs. Willie Haggard, Hartford. John Mohley, 18Q9 Clawson, Simeon Stewart,/Cottage Hills. SURGICAL Vanessa Slimick, 2413 Gayle. Simon Pomatto^Gillespie. Edward Parkesi • Godfrey. ' Mrs. Violette Williams, 2706 Sanford. ::.•;, •<... Mrp; ' Audrey Kuhz, Alton. Steve, Kityk, .Benld. • Ray Clark, Hartford. Maurice 'Toner, 2619 Hillcresl. Leo Varble, 2513 Amos Lane. Mrs. JoAnn Peek, 1 ,1914. Burling. DISMISSALS •'... Mrs. Karen Duggeri 3613 Gillham Mrs. Aldyth Crowe, Bethalto. Mrs. Rosalee Tucker, 3318 Franor Mrs. Francis Evens, Cottage Hills Robert McCartney, 1629 Jersey. Russell Hamilton! East Alton. Wayman Harper, Dorsey, ; Mrs. Dorothy Reynolds, Wood River. . -!•>' Mrs. Mildred Naville, Wood River Gary Whitworlh, Granite City. Timothy Warner, Hartford. Janet Dresch, Edwardsville. Mrs, Glodene Winkler, 11.18 Seller Mrs. Roberta Berry, Alton. Mrs. Rena Campbell, East Alton. Mrs. Eva Walker, 1317 Central. Louie Carter, Carrollton. Mrs. Dorothy Hancock, Wood River. John Dear, Godfrey, James Richey, 2210 Central. Jersey Community ,. MEDICAL Mrs, Myrtle Presley, Hardin. Nina Mitchell, Hamburg. Mrs. Robert Bray, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Mrs. John Biernian, Fidelity. John McDonald, Hardin. Mrs. Mary Logan, Jerseyville. River Township MEDICAL . .'--.: Mrs. Doris Howden, 401 Acton, Sheila Walker, South Roxana. Georgia Watson, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Lorena Hack, S. Roxana. Mrs. Anna Lundak, 2930 Wefges. Herman Johnson, Hettick. Thomas Jones, Rte. 1, East Alton Mrs. Dorothy'Story, 896 Haller. SUHOICAL Roger Painter, 669 Penning, Miss Zelma Hicks, Peoria. DISMISSALS Shelby Murray, East Alton- Mrs. Louise Stanley, 455 Second. Cheryl Lacy, Rte. 1, More. Mrs. Bessie Heck, 3479 Broadway Mrs. Beverly Ufert, 400 George. Brighton TOHIU Schedules Outing BRIGHTON *» A picnic. and pwim party is planned Jpr Saturday Horn 3 to B m* J» nwn> ben ol ft cWek elajM gtrli 1 soft bail team, Th? glrtp.wlU be gu<»t$ of their team manage, dinal at Union's was appointed id serve fig shift bteaket in, the police ftftd fire departments at a meeting 6f the Village board Wednesday evening, only one bid VIM received in answer* .to the, advertisement for bids on furnishing sewer cleaning equipment, the' bid of $3240 sub' milled foy the O'Brien Manufacturing Corp. was accepted, ' ¥« Aphcrtf Wi hndlo , ROXANA — Twenty students have been elected to participate in the choral workshop offered by the Roxana summer school curriculum. During July the chorus attended "Brlgadoon" and some of the students had their first experience with municipal opera procedure. During the final week a variety of numbers were presented by a guest pianist from St. Louis. The summer chorus taped a radio show which will be presented Aug. 10 at 12:35 p.m. over .radio stalion WBBY, Wood River. Tentative plans for next year will be an increased amount of time so more ^emphasis may be placed on the theory of musjc and with the individual who wishes to do solo work. The chorus is directed by Max Syfert. To Assist In Orientation ROXANA-Miss Mary Sparling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Sparling of Reller Ave,, has been named to assist in the orientation of new students at Illinois State Normal University. She will guide new students through Orientation Week, which begins Sept. 7 and 9 with the convocation for new students, parents and faculty members. Chosen on the basis' of• leader ship ability, personality and scholastic record, those selected as leaders will help welcome newcomers to the campus, assist them in making necessary adjustments Verslty traditions. Amottg other Orientation Week activities are meetings with deans, counselors and department heads, §6dal events, registration, tests and tours. ' • Worden Girl, 6, , Honored at Party WORDEN — Mr.' and Mrs. Donald Opel entertained, at a birthday party at their, home Wednesday afternoon for their daughter, Kathy, 6. The -afternoon party was for children and a group of adults were guests in the even- •TWO blher students from Madison County were also delected. They are Paul Phillips df Alton and Susan Ammon of Cotllnsvllte. Pityiiie Presents Roxana Program ROXANA — George Paynlc was chairman of the program at the Wednesday evening meeting of the Rotary, Club at First Presby* terlan Church and he read a letter from the president of Rotary International, Carl Miller. Latham Harris and Bob Klssack also gave reports of their vacations this year. Fred Berry of Wood River was a visiting Ro tarlan. Roxana Man Cut By Window Fan WOOD RIVER — A Roxana man lacerated both his hands accidentally when he put .them in a window <fan at his brother's house Thursday ..night in Roxana. Richard Lee Smith, 28, 233 Thomas St., Roxana 1 was admitted to the Wood River Township Hospital at 9:30, p.m. Thursday. His condition was-reported as satisfactory today. Six July Runs to Wood River Fires WOOD RIVER - Acting Fire Chief Irviri Thien reports there were six local fire runs and one outside the city made by his department during July. This contrasts with seven local runs and no assistance runs made during July of 1962. Total estimated fire loss for last month is $150, Thien said. Stock Buyer StM h Big Problem tty SAM DAWSON AP business News' Analyst NEW VottK (API— The long history of efforts to protect the general public in making stock investments has seen almost every danger tackled. , But all hands still leave as apparently unsolvable a prime one — protection of the stock buyer ngalnst himself. The Securities and Exchange Commission's final Installment on Its long study of the 1961 stock market boom and the 1962 stock market bust rounds out a long list of new suggestions for protection. But still the unwary and the greedy will, risk coming in croppers in their pursuit of gains. The get-rich-quick gambler, the blind follower of tips, the Ignorer of signs of trouble ahead for particular coporatlons, doubtless always will be with us, like the poor — and probably also will themselves join the ranks of the poor. But the aids to wise Investment have been piling up since the big 1929 market crash triggered the depression. Some have been imposed by the Judge Orders Parents* Let Couple Atone . CHICAGO (Af) ,*- A Chicago judge, in hopes of pi-eventing a divorce, has ordered two sets of parents hot to communicate or interfere with the marriage of a young suburban couple. Judge Charles R. Barrett of Superior Court, in issuing the order Thursday, s&id he thinks family interference causes half of all domestic breakups. Then he ordered the parents of Richard H. Pearson Jr., 23, and his wife, Sandra Lee, 21, of Lyons to leave the couple alone for 90 days. The bride, when called to testify on her motion for temporary support, had shouted, "1 want my husband back. 1 want my bus- ban back." Judge Barrett also ordered the couple to return to the bride's parents a 1963 auto which they gave the couple and furniture which was a gift from the par ents when the couple were wee March 2. An attorney for Pearson tolc the court that Mrs. Pear government, especially in the early 1930s. Some have been adopted by the stock exchanges, both in the 1930s and since the 1962 market break. More are under consideration now in Congress with apparently good chances of passing. The exchanges have indicated they are ing- Worden Notes . , ; WORDEN — Mrs. Eiko Varble returned home Wednesday from Staunton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Lydia Birmingham returned home Wednesday from St. Francis Hospital, Litchfield. George S. Birmingham is a patient at St. Francis Hospital, Litchfield. Mrs. Laura Hering entered the hospital at Staunton Wednesday. The Rev. and Mis, Jon Cockrel and Mr. and Mrs. William D, Altoiiiaii on Faculty At U. of Missouri An Alton man, 'Lawrence Gordon Burch, 2510 Donald St., has been appointed to the fafulty of the University of Missouri. University president Elmer Elis announced today Burch is to a graduate assistant in the Department of Chemistry, effect ive Sept. 16. studying further tightening of their rules. Outside the markets themselves there has been a marked expansion in recent years of fianancial and business reporting and the increased availability of such news in all parts of the country. The earliest protection for stock buyers was mostly in the courts, and usually after the damage had been done. There were laws against outright fraud, but little compassion. for the just plain stupid. These laws Have been steadily expanded and made more explicit, and stock exchange, rules tight- son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Carney of Evergreen Park had advised the bride not clean house, cook meals, dress o do anything without their con sent. The bride lolled about the hous watching television, the attorne said, and one week cooked onl two meals for her chemist bus band. The attorney also acknowledge that the bridegroom's parents also of Evergreen Park, also interfered with the marriage. The couple left the courtroom arm in arm. EChrushchev And Rusk Hold Talks By GEOttOfc SVVKHf SEN Associated frcss Stuff Writer GAGftA, U.S.S.R. (AP) - U.S. ecretary of State Dean Rusk and ovtet Premier Khrushchev sat cnvn today for a shirt-sleeve con- erence oil cold war issues at the rtemier's luxurious estate over- ooklng the Black Sea. Rusk arrived in Gagra Thurs- Jay. After a night at a government guest house he drove in an ipen convertible to the estate. Khrushchev and his family awaited the American Cabinet member In the estate recreation juilding. The premier walked down the steps of the building with two of his small grandsons, Vanya and Nikita, flanking him. The premier Introduced the boys to the secretary and warmly greeted members of Rusk's party. They Included Assistant Secretary of State Richard Davis, U.S. Am- State Suspends 743 Licenses In One Week There were 743 driver lldenses suspended in the state last week, the office of Secretary of State Charles F. Carpcntier reported today. Of that number, there were three suspensions of licenses 1n the Alton-Wood River area. Sus pensions are based upon a driver committing throe traffic violations within a ]2-month period. Those receiving suspensions are Kenneth K. Grinkey, 3819 Omega St., and Gary D. Lawson, 2824 Residence St., both of Alton, am Joseph S. Peters, 436 Florida Ave. in Rosewood Heights. Helen R. Hudclleston, 453 Georg St., in East Alton, according t the secretary of state's office, vio lated the restrictions on he license and was issued a suspen sion for four months and 27 days Carpenticr's office reportec Niclos L. Feodoroff, 1640 Langdo * * Schneider have returned •from.: a ened. But making a law against an ' evil doesn't always guarantee' it won'.t pop up again. Bucket shops— the fly-by-night sellers of questionable stock — are outlawed. But some citizens are still taken, in by them before they are i discovered by authorities. Rigging th'e market for a stock, either pn the up or down side, 11 Accused of Plot Against Dictator BOGOTA, Colombia (AP)—Police say ex-dictator Gustavo Rojas Pinilla and 10 others accused of plotting; to seize control of the government have been arrested. Gen. Gabriel Revaiz Pizarro, commander of the armed forces said all persons implicated were in custody. bassador Foy D. Kohler, Llewellyn Thompson, former ambassador to Moscow and now Rusk's top adviser on Soviet affairs, and their wives. Khrushchev good naturedly Ikied up .with his guests on the steps for a dozen Russian and American photographers. After the picture taking, Khru shchev led Rusk to the second floor veranda of the recreation building. Conference tables had been Set up lacing the sun-bathed Black Sea. Rusk flew here Thursday from he Baltic seaport of Leningrad, making a 30-minute stop in Moscow to pick up Russian Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko. Khrushchev and Rusk were expected to talk for about two or :hree hours and then retire to the glassed in . veranda of the main nouse for lunch. It was assumed Rusk and Khrushchev again would range over major East-West issues, including the future of divided Berlin and St. and Percy E. Miller Jr., 30 Hollywood Ave., both of Alton were issued probationary drivin permits. Both had previously ha license suspensions. assure West German Chancello Konrad Adenauer that the te ban treaty in no way changes th West's determination not to re ognize Communist East German; which signed the treaty Thursda; is forbidden—but still can happen the trouble to look them up. if official guards are dropped. Among practices coming under regulation is the disclosure of financial facts about corporations whose stocks are sold outside the exchanges. 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Glenn Rands Funeral Rites at Chesterfield CHESTERFIELD Funeral rites for Glenn Rands of Hettick were conducted Wednesday* at Warner Funeral Home by the Rev. William Rheinhurt,; pastor of Medora Methodist Church. Pallbearers were Clyde and Lloyd Clark, Joker McDevilt, Marvin LaMarr, Esti Ruyle and Bruce Meir, all of Hettick. Burial was in Keller Cemetery. Chosterrteid Note* CHESTERFIELD . — E. .T. DuPONT PAINTS BUILD BETTER WlfH DRV LUMBER Lockycr returned Wednesday from Boyd Memorial Hospital, Currojlton, where he 'had been a medical patient since Sunday. Mrs. Horace Bramley entertained the members of the St. Peter's Episcopal Guild Wednesday afternoon. Mr., ,and Mrs., Nelson Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Dowland have been vacationing in the northwest this week. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Burns Jr., and sons, Mr, and Mrs. Leo Burns and daughters and Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Burns were Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Burns Sr., who observed his 85th birthday. Altonian Arrested On Assault Charge EAST ALTON - An Alton man was arrested Thursday at 10:30 a.m. when he kicked his girl friend in the shin and hit her with his fist while 'she was baby sitting at an East Alton home. Ronnie Baruxen, 21, 3520 Berkley, Alton, pleaded guilty to a charges of assault and trespassing and was fined $60 Thursday at 2J30 p.m. in the court'oj 0- W. Vornor, Wood River police magistrate. 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