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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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Hospital Notes ALTON EVENING St. Amhony'i «, *. Helen n\t\M, Siie i 522 Sotler 1218 Spfiuldliig Taylor, 2^14 Edwards. 6 ' DISMISSALS M«—« W i alk . e J> Ei J ti kwto. Mrs. Sonja Wyatt, Dow, "$«£** C ° mley - 200S Mrs. Rhode*, East Alton, * B«?ker, South n«tana,> Josephine Galther, 918 LO , Bll Whikler. Nelson Ledbetter, 3000 Mayfleld, Hi Jfl J>«t Phillips, Rte. 2, Edwardsvllle. Miss Ada Beta, 823 Fifth. Mrs.- Anna Walter, 11 W. Delmar. Calif 8 * MUIen Sflcm ™"* David H. Gleason, 900 Elliott. M ,? ry *& 231fl Tlbb '«Oliver Miller, East. Alton. St, Joseph's Mrs. Donna Bobbs, Godfrey, Thomas Ackmftn, Godfrey. MM. Margatel Bii/ord, E, Alton. Mfs, Kalhfyft MeNear, 639 Atwood. Mrs. Pauline Rowe, S, Roxans. Mrs. Lena Houston, 719 Ridge. Mrs. Verjiell Dalley, Hartford. Mrs. Joyce Hellzmnn, 632 Fifth. Mfts. barlene Johnson, East Alfon MM. Loretta Oiler, Roxana. Mrs. Ear ene Cost, 601 Mildred. MM. Ga 1 Coffler, 1013 MnHe. "-i, Betty Yost, Godfrey. ti«z W u*"4 ft w ««A' arm.' Deborah Brown, 1215 Pine. Deborah McBHde, Alton. Norman Mohr, Carrollton. Mfs- fmogene Fitzgerald, Be- tnalto. &kejS h ' ICla Purce "' 3527 ti r £' k'JhJ:" 6 Mceren. Livingston. James Thompson. Elsah. Harvey Sheets, Wood River. Annie Kiopmetof, Wood River, Mrs. Louella Croquart, 3633 Oscar Bonnie Mler, 3008 Fernwood. Mrs. Occle Allen, 3157 Paul, Mrs. Leora Cole, 2511 Clawson. Joseph Curdle, 1910 Park. umn 68 Le ^ ls ' 2205 Humbert. William Tletze, Edwardsvllle. Mrs. Mae Geren, Roxana, Appointed Assistant District Traffic Manager for Bell Co. ; MEDICAL Kimberly Huber, 963 Penning. Mrs. Anna Mahoncy, 702 Washington. Stephen Poydack, Edwardsville. Roy Rowling, Grafton. Miss Patricia Bilbruck, 620 Ninth, James Levy, 620 E. Ninth. Lee Rlley, 223 Hamilton. Mrs. Betty Wilhold, Edwnrdsvllle Mrs. Judy Willis, 2712 North. SUKGIOAt Mrs. Charlene Mamlln, 67 Forest, East Alton. Mrs. Dorothy Teller, 2711 Palmer Mrs. Willmettc Russo, 1009 Jasper mil Frfulces Reynolds, Cottage Daniel Flanlgnn, Rle. 4, Godfrey. George Durham, Granite City. Mrs. Nnncy Iscnbcrg, Godfrey, Paul Brlfgermann, S. Roxana. DISMISSALS Mrs. Patricia Frierich, E. Alton Orvall Clarkson, Godfrey. Mrs. Mermine Helmkamp, East Alton. '• Charles Martin, 2110 State. Dr. Stanley Plsarek, 612 E. 15th. Mrs. Martha Stormer, 830 E. 6th. Mrs. Rosalee Taul, Knoll Drive. Earl Whltfoi'd, Godfrey. Paul Brlggermpnn, South Roxana Mrs. Moxine Flnlcy, Rte. 1. Miss Janice Flackus, 3418 Oak. Mrs. Mary and Miss Twyla Lacey, 1312 Taylor. Albert Martini, Edwardsville. Ralph Simmons, 611 Ridge.. Duane Amistadi, Wood River Harry Atkins, 901 Belle. , Mrs. Geraldine Cappel, 1016 Wallace. Mrs. Ellen Doerr, 1101 .Exchange Mrs. Glenda Heflin, East Alton. Mrs. Patricia Laubscher, Brighton. Mrs. Pearl Jackson, Godfrey. Mrs. Charlotte Lyons, Brighton. Mrs. Gladys Marshaw, Dow. Mrs. Eileen Newby, Godfrey. Mrs. Kay Spencer, Roxana. Mrs. Stella Stevens, Edwardsville Mrs. Ethel ArnoId,r--129^.E; 10th. Henry Caldwejk ,1201 .,WIse, . Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. DelJa Fesenmeyer, Jerseyville. Bert Eliedge, Kampsville. Mrs. Harold Page, Grafton. Mrs. Howard'Marshall, Grafton. Jackie Whitlpck, Dow. Steven Heitzig, Jerseyville. SURGICAL Emmett Griffin, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS 'Mrs. Donald Ruuolph, Grafton. Mrs. Joseph'Tonsor Jr., Jersev- ville. •/ ,' Mrs. Carrie Neely, Jerseyville. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Henry Burch,,,.2510 Donald. Miss Anna : Wedding, Fieldon. Tracie Turner, East Alton. Roy Ackmari, Godfrey. William Wadsworth,. 3327 Brown. Lisa Ann Ufer, Hardin, Floyd Huffstutler, 904 Wallace, Miss Nancy Seago, 3117 Leverett, Wilmer Shirley, Mbro. Norman .Trowbrldge, Godfrey. Mrs. Elsie Chaffer, 124 E, 10th. Mra. Dorothy Barach, Wood River Mrs. Eva Powell, Jerseyville. SURGICAL Harry Savllle, 3416 College, Nona Furlow, Bethalto, Mrs. Opal Robinson, 528 Division. Mrs. Virginia Wahl, Cottage Hills Mrs, Nadlne Allen, Bethalto, Terry Schwartz, 2341 State, Mrs. Kathryn McNear, 629 Atwood, Mrs. Blanche Stone, 2417 Maxey, DISMISSALS Douglas, Dennis, David and Barbara Smith, 1 Chessen Lane, Roy Grace, Bethaltp, Leonard Steffens, St. Louis. Mrs. Blanche Stone, 2417 Maxey. Mrs. Rosemary Lee, East Alton Robert Shearburn, East Alton, Mrs. Jean States, 20 W. Elm. Mrs. Loretta Hill, Betchtown. Mrs. Dolores Rider, Bethalto. Richard Cannon, Brighton. Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Louisa Frenz, 91 Jennings. Stanley Harvattch, 457 State Aid £ eb 7 S r ?, ble ' 232 E - Penning. Vernle Calhoon, South Roxana Rickey A. Prultt, 3108 Ti-umblc George C, Cain, Hartford. Mrs. Maude Jones, Hartford. John DeSherlia, Elsah. SURGICAL »„ -.'.ry. Pining, 3510 Thomas. Mrs. Alice Logsdon, 201 Central. DISMISSALS 5heiln Walker, South Roxana. Roese Roberts, East Alton. Claudia Rnins, Hartford. Mrs, Marion Skundrich, Bethnlto Mrs. Doris Howden, 401 Acton Clarence Zlegler, Edwardsville. Thomas Jones, Rte. 1, E. Alton. Horst Fischer, East Alton. Arthur Clayton, Bethalto Miss Linda Price, S. Roxana. Charlene Grant, Piasa. Victoria Grant, Plash. Steven Strader, Hartford. Dianna Pennock, Bethalto. Ross Carter, Commercial Hotel, Mrs. Dorothy Curtis, S, Roxana. Georgia Watson, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Erma Lackey, 146 Hickory Judy Kay Gifford, 274 Edwards. Miss Barbara Allen, St, Louis Mrs. Betty Holland, Cottage Hills Wilbur Kelley, 335 Dooley. William Wiegand, Roxana. Miss Ella West, Rte. 1, Ed. wardsville. Edward Paynter, 2809 Fernwood. Indiana Man Arrested By FBI in Chicago CHICAGO (AP) — Authorities held a South Bend man today for the $500 .robbery .of a Hammond, Ind., city councilman. .FBI agents seized James M. Cummings, 29, in Chicago Saturday on a federal warrant charging unlawful flight to avoid prosecution lor,, armed robbery.' CUm'inirigs.-„'is. charged with taking the money" from the home of City Councilman Michael Matovina July 28. John T, Simpson of Springfield has been named Illinois Bell assistant district traffic manager in the Alton district, announced C. H, Tibbie, district traffic manager. Simpson Is replacing Donald c. Neumann, 9 Pnrdec Drive, Godfrey who has taken a position in Illinois Bell's division traffic staff in Springfield. A graduate of thn University of Illinois, Simpson has held a (raffle engineering staff position in Springfield. Ho plans to move to Alton soon with his wife, Laverne, and son and daughter. Newman, his wife Debbie, and four children already have moved to Springfield. He served four years in Alton. He was a member of the Wood River Township Chamber of Commerce, chairman of the Alton-Wood Riv-._ cr Governor's Committee on Literacy and Learning, and assist- JOHN SIMPSON ant Cubmaster of Pack 45, Godfrey, The Alton district includes all Illinois Bell exchanges in Southern Illinois. Merrill Ivcslcr. Foslorburg Road, rnporlnd to Alton Police Sunday evening the I heft of four hubcaps from his car while- it was parked al the Owens-Illinois Rockefeller Warm Against Lack of Caution ALfcANY, N.Y. (AP) - Qov. Nelson A. Rockefeller says tho Senate should ratify the limited nuclenr test ban treaty but the United States must not be lulled Into a costly letdown of Western military might. Rockefeller, a potential presidential candidate, endorsed the treaty Sunday with numerous res ervatfons. The treaty must be approved Rockefeller said, because "It ha.< become the symbol of the hopes of peace of millions" and because "the prestige of the United States already has beeh solemnly com mitted." Rockefeller called on the Kenne dy administration to disclose what other negotiations it contemplat ed with the Communist leadership. TRIPOLI - Libyans seek more money for construction. Asthma Formula Prescribed Most By Doctors-Available Now Without Prescription Stops Attacks in Minutes N«» Vnt-k, M. V. (SpMl«l)-Th* *lthm» fofmulft pretcrtbed mfir« th«n any other by doctor! for their private pntienU It now available to nsthniA ftufTcren without prescription. Medical tests proved thin formula •tops asthma attacks In minute* and (fives hour* of freedom from recurrence of painful asthma tpasmn. This formula li so effective that It Is the physician's leading asthma prescription—«o safe when used as directed that now it can be sold — without prescription In moit itaUt Relief Lasts for Hour*! -In tiny tab)*t« called .PH»a{*n»». These Primatene Tablet* open bronchial tubes, loosen eongtition, relieve taut nervous tension. All without painful injection*, The secret is—Primatene combine* 8 medicines (In full prescription strength) found most effective In combination for aithma distresi. Each performs a special purpose. So look forward to sleep at niprht, and freedom from a*thma spnsmt. Get Frimatene at any drugntore. ' ETHAN ALLEN SOLID ANTIQUE PINE. Reg. YOUR CHOICE: 5 PC. DINING SET OR BUFFET AND TOP 262.00 48" Round Table Ext. to 72" I 13.00 Mate's Chair each 37.00 PAGESfcVEft Benedict Style Eggs English muffin* foblespooni tdff buff«r thin illcei hem •98* 1 Vi eupi Hollandaljf tout* 1 tablespoon chopped pariliy Spill the English muffin*; foail ami buffer •ach half. Meanwhile, toute or broil the ham and poach the egg*. Top each muffin half with a tike of ham and • poached egg. Serve lopped with Hollandaise sauce. Sprinkle with parsley, a* d*~' sired. (4 servings) Sale 229.00 97.50 33.00 FREE PARKING Have Your Shoppers Lots Tickets Stamped Here! 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