Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 3
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August 21, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TfHHB Nurses Learn How to Act in Emeri ;ency THREE-MAN CARRY When extra help is available, three raise her before carrying her away from people can carry a patient from the bed. the bed. They slide arms under the patient, and HIP CARRY One way to evacuate a patient is by use of the hip carry. The'method of carrying a patient will depend on the si/.e of the patient, the nurse and the urgency to evacuate. Learn Fire, Evacuation Proceedures A week - long University of Illinois extension course in t h e prevention, control and extinguishment: of fire, plus evacuation proceedure, is under way at St. Joseph's Hospital. Monday and Tuesday i William Eckert of the university extension division conducted classes on the chemistry of fire, how to prevent it and began demonstrations on the evacuation of patients. Today, Thursday and Friday classes will be conducted in extinguishing fires and hospital personnel will work at evacuation iroceedure. Alton Fire Chief Warren Grable said that an Alton fire truck >vill be used at the hospital park- Bill Would Let Cities ! Extend Sewer Services ! Gov. Otlo Kernel' has signed a aip ' of laws covering urban re- bill which would allow a munici- newiil projects It will help pro pfility to extend sewer services to (e(i| mmiidpalitif , s from , heir own nrens outside municipal limits if I . , . . . ., , .. . . imisakcs bv requiring a more ef- the majority of properly owners!,. . ,. ' f . .. .... ,. .. , ficien v run program, sponsors of n the area petition the city conn-! . . • , , ., ' i he hill contend. Compressor on Jack Paul Reed, 53. of 1.41 W. Third St., ftoxana, suffered leg injuries Tuesday at 7 p.m. when an nir compressor on a gnragp jack blew up and pro polled him 20 feel out through I he open garage door. The acc-ident omirrnd in Reed's garage. He WHS apparently lowering BLANKET DRAG The patient can be lowered onto a sheet, blanket, or a similar material, and can be dragged ont of the room. Thc bill, which also includes the extension of water services — already a common praclico in many municipalities — provides that the area requesting HIP extension of sewer service has to have had water seivice installed before. The extensions, according to the bill, arc to be financed by revenue bonds, payable only from revenue received from users in the area served. Another bill recently approved by the Governor provides for municipalities the same responsibilities, limitations and penalties which apply to the state on an urban renewal project. In effect, Springfield sources say. it is a general "tightening East Alton Board Holds Brie/ Session EAST ALTON - In a brief meeting, which lasted only 15 minutes, members of the village board Tuesday evening passed one resolution, approved bills and then adjourned. The resolution calls for writing off $33.39 in uncollectable water bills owed by former residents of the village. Bills approved by the trustees totaled S17.975.G2. He Admits Wrecking Apartment A 41 - year old Alton man plead-, ed guilty to wrecking an apart-; meht of a woman Saturday and' was fined $-10 by Alton Police Magistrate George Roberts I h i s morning. Paul Eugene Hileman, 1120 E. Broadway, was arrested by policej Tuesday afternoon on charges oh destruction of property, trespass- 1 ing and having no city sticker on his car. ing lot to demonstrate the reaction of hose under pressure. Except for the fire truck, supplied' by the city, all equipment used; in the classes is provided by the university, Grable said. Arrangements for the classes was made with the university by Alton Fire Department at the request of Robert Burns, hospital engineer. i The four - hour course is spread out through the entire day in an effort to reach all on-duty personnel, Grable said. a truck with a compressed alt jack when it's cylinder exploded. A customer, In the garage, nl the time, was not Injured. Reed was rushed to Wood RKer Township Hospital where he is heing treated for contusions and shock. The hospital reported bis condition aft "ffiir" this morning. .. »*»«* an** •» «., ,, > , 1 t. „«»•»<"* ( t, k »j Another First From Godfrey State Bank.. SENIOR CITIZENS CHECKING ACCOUNT FREE CHECKING ACCOUNT SERVICES ON PERSONAL CHECKS FOR PERSONS OVER AGE 65!!! Just pay us a visit . . . bring in any identification or proof of age to qualify for our fast, efficient checking account service FREE to you! Your account is insured up to $10,000 when you bank with us! GODFREY STATE BANK 3g&i * * ^>, •».— t *> t\ Your Friendly Noithside Bank Member F.D.f.C. MonficelJo Plaza Ornamental Iron Donkey Sloleii j George K. Ellis, GOT Anderson St.. Alton, reported to Alton police Tuesday afternoon the theft of an ornamental iron donkey and carl with a basket of [lowers from his front lawn. Ellis told police he had been away for four days, but he believed the theft must have happened Tuesday night. P.N.HIRSCH&CO BONN — German exporters are offering pheasants and duck eggs for stocking game preserves. COLOMBO—Ceylon will import prepared asphalt to start her new highway building program. Hileman entered the third floor apartment of Nettie Stemm, 504 Williams St. and tore up furnishings and equipment in the apartment including the destruction of three shot guns and a rifle. Castro Is Out BIL'IRUT -• It is reported in Lebanon thai Castro, once most! popular with this country's Arabs, has fallen into disfavor. so little time to save! The answer to a mother's prayer... RANDY PEDICS SALE stockings AUG. 22nd THRU SEPT. 7th Hurry, or you'll miss this wonderful opportunity to stock up on famous Berkshire Stockings. 'Remember, these are the stockings with the Nyloc © RutvBarrier. They're actually guaranteed not to run from top or toe into the sheer leg area * or you get a new pair free. Check these fabulous savings! R«gulor Price Sole Price 3 Pairs $1.35 ... $1.09 $3.19 Downtown Altou — I*liQ»f) HQ 5'8j35l 300 SHEETS 69c NOTEBOOK FILLER PAPER 200 SHEETS 8!)c 100 SHEETS ROB. OQ r 3()c fcUU ALTON HIGH AND MARQUETTE 3 RING BINDERS $ 1.39 "CLIPO" RING BINDERS 98' BINDER, Reg. 80c FILLER, Reg. 26c INDEX, Reg. lOc DICTIONARY, Reg. 39c DRAWING GUIDE, Reg. 49c 52.13 Value! ALL FOR ONLY 1 1.79 SAVE! SHEAFFEIV'S 'SPECIAL! BALLPOINT PEN With refill Afl_ 3.28 Value wOC PAPERiMATE SPECIAL! BALLPOINT PEN With Piggyback $| C Itefill . . . Reg. 2.88.... I iw CLOTH BOUND BINDERS 2 Ring 69' 3 Ring THE ONLY CANVAS FOOTWEAR APPROVED BY THE NATIONAL FOOT HEALTH COUNCIL ENVELOPES . r 39c ZIPPERED BINDERS FROM 2.50 We Have All Kinds of SCHOOL \ LUNCH X - KITS f M RAMDV PEDICS are fl« Kf»« cannn shoes to be approved by th« Notional Foot Health Council. The RANDY PfDIC lm» oflert th* comet typ» of Sneaker lot every activity lot the «nttr» family- These sneakers are populoHy priced, and ore the only canvol footwear with leather •hoe ptotection. RANDY PEDICS lecrtur* « specially constructed reinforced counter „ . . Spring Steel Shank for proper loot •ex ... a one-piece h*«! and arch for better loot comfort . . . and ore avaflabU in narrow and mecBurn widths in most •styles. BE SURE . . . Ajfc kr 1ANDY PIDICS by namtf I,miles' ami Girls' sizes Men's and Roys' siy.c-s . SPRING Sim SHANK FOB SUMOKT »0o •85 RANDY- PEDICS APPROVED BY THE NATIONAL fOOT HEALTH COUNCIL Ladies' TENNIS SHOES Choose from wide selection of Canvas, Corduroy or Flannel for gym or back-to-school footwear. All with built-in arch- cushioned insole and pointed toe. Sizes 4 to 10. White or black. \ PLASTIC COVERED 89° ft 2 and 3 Ring BINDERS K 98' BINDERS With Filler and Index PRESCRIPTIONS • FILLED TO YOUR DOCTOR'S SPECIFICATIONS f FILLED WITH ONLY QUALITY INGREDIENTS • PRICED WITH INTEGRITY 1.99 - 2.99 Men's and Boys' GYM SHOES Pick from either high top or low cut. All with arch support — cushioned ins61e — suctioned grip soles — boys' sizes VI to 6. White or black. Men's sizes 6'.» to 12 white only. and Men's SWEAT SOCKS Wide variety ol Sweat Socks in either all cotton or part wool. Some with cushioned Insole. White only. Some with contrasting stripe tops. Sizes 10 to 13. Also stretch styles. 39« PHARMACY Tree 2510 State St., North Alton Phono HO 5*5313 Free I'urWng! ATHLETIC SUPPORTERS Worn in every sport. Designed for fit and comfort. Wide elastic waist band. Si/,e.s: Boys' 1 size, Men's S-M-L. SCHOOL SWEAT SHIRTS They're the latest - the greatest! Sweat Shirts with your school name and emblem . . . for girls as well as boys. Black only. Boys' sizes, M-L, Men's sizes S-M-L. White GYM SHORTS Heavy white cotton percale with wide full elastic waist band. 100% cotton. Sanforized, Tailored for comfort able fit and rugged wear. Wuist size* 22 to 38, Some colored gym shorts at 98c. 98' i 08 Men'* Boys' WOOD RIVER HIGH BOY'S GYM SUITS While T Shirt with maroon shorts contrasting members and letters. Sizes XS-S-M-L. Downtown Wood River and WilshJro Stores Only. 1.98 BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALE NOW IN FULL. SWING - BIG SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPT.I qv rm ^F w v » HP ^p w » * ^P- ^ Downtown Alton Monday and Friday 'Ul 9 p.m., Other Days 9 to 5 p.m. Alton Plata Open Monday and Friday 'til 9, Other Days 9 to 5:30. North Alton Open Kvery NiglU 'Ul 9 p.m. Saturday 'til 5:30. WlUhlre Village OPEN UVKHY NJGHT 'Til. 9 P.M. Downtown Wood Rlv«r Open Friday Night 'til 9. Other Puy» 'til 5:30. i

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