Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 18, 1963 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 18, 1963
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WEDNESDAY; SEPTEMBER is, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SET FOUNDATIONS FOR CHAPEL Construction of the new chapel at St. Anthony's Hospital has begun. A large tree was removed from this spot before excavation started. The present chapel is in the building in the center and will be connected to the new one by an arcade. The old chapel will be used for another purpose. 7 Minutes Later... Policeman Nabs Pair With Items Stolen From Cars Two Granite Citians were apprehended by Alton police about seven minutes alter they allegedly ransacked four automobiles on the Bowl Haven parking lot Tuesday morning. The pair were arrested on East Broadway at the east city limits at 10:40 a.m. by Patrolman Donald Sandidge, after an alert for thier car had been broadcast. The alert had been telephoned to the police station by Harold Laubscher of Brighton, who reported at 10:30 a.m. that two young men had rifled his car on the parking lot, fleeing in a blue car. Police broadcast the car's description at 10:33. Booked for intoxication and investigation were James Leon Lamce, 19, and William Harrison Smith, 25, both of Granite City. Police said other charges .will be filed against the two. Laubscher identified a jacket, cigaret lighter and a wool woman's dress as items missing from his car and found in the men's machine. Also identified as taken from three oth^r cars on the parking lot were a pair of blue trousers, eyeglasses, a tire tube repair kit and another cigarette lighter. Boy Hurt in Fall From Rear pf Truck Braises to both hands and left shoulder were suffered by an Alton High school pupil in a fall from the rear of a panel truck today near/the school. Thomas E. Hooper Jr!, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hooper of 2315 Gillis St., was taken to Alton Memorial Hospital following the accident After treatment and X-ray examination he was expected to be released. Alton Band and Orchestra Build- TS will 'stage their first meeting of the school year Klonday, 7:30 p.m., in the Alton High School >and and orchestra room. The executive committee will jresent plans for the year to the membership. The new instrumental music in- tructors, Emerson Schultz, Irwin Ballard, and James Mueller, will >e introduced, and an explanation of the year's program will be made by Leroy Fritz, director of FAST- |N THE CAR SERVICE... Featuring. * PIZZA BURGER In a BASKET With FRENCH PRIES And SLAW MILTON ROAD GODFREY ROAD CENTRAL AYE. Band Builders Plan First Meet of the Year Monday music. Officers of the organization are: Thomas Head, president; Dr Ralph Dickson, vice president; Mrs. Harold Sclioeffel, secretary; and Mrs. Alva L. Koch, treasurer Four other regular meetings are scheduled during the school year, one at each of the junior high schools. Reinstated as Consultant at State Hospital Lf. Col. Roberto E. Benitez, an army pathologist, has been reinstated as consultant to Alton State Hospital,.it was announced Tuesday by Dr. Abraham Simon, superintendent. He is returning in his former capacity after almost a year's ab sence resulting from his transfer last October to Seattle, Wash. He presently is i n Charge of Headquarters of Benitez the Fifth U. S. Army Medical Laboratory in St. Louis, the command he held before being transferred. He was hired initially by the hospital in February, 1962. A native of Puerto, Dr. Benitez received a degree in medicine from Long Island College, Brooklyn, N. Y. and served internship at Kings County Hospital, also in Brooklyn. Having entered the army in 1943, his residencies and post-graduate training in pathology were received at Walter Reed Hospital and the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, both of Washington, D. C. State to Ask Bids on Four Highway Jobs SPRINGFIELD — The Illinois Division of Highways will seek bids Sept. 27 on four area road projects, Francis S. Lorenz, director of Public Works and Build- ngs, said today. Bids will be sought on: Furnishing and installing traf- ic control signals on Rte. 12 marked Alt. U.S. 40) at the in- ersection with Black Lane approximately two miles west of Collinsville in St. Clair and Madi;on Counties. Bridge repair of .46 mile and resurfacing on the Venice Viaduct in Madison County. Landscaping on 5.74 miles of interstate 70 north of East St. Louis between National City and Collinsville in St. Glair and Madison counties. Intermittent fencing of 10.79 miles on 12.78 miles of Interstate 70 between National City and Troy in St. Clair and Madison counties. Sponsored by AEA 500 School Employes to Get Flu Shots Approximately 500 school em- ployes in the Alton school district are expected to take advantage of the flu shot program sponsored by the Alton Educational Assn. A group of 208 employes received the shots Tuesday night and another group is scheduled for immunization today, admister- ed by four school nurses. Faculties and other personnel of the four junior high schools and the senior high received their shots Tuesday and personnel from the elementary schools will be immunized today, beginning at 3 p.m. The serum is an influenza virus vaccine of several strains including Asian and each person will receive two shots two weeks apart. The total cost is $1. The immunization program is for teachers, substitute teachers, nurses, secretaries, cafeteria workers, custodians, bus drivers and any other Alton school em- ploye. Mother and Baby Hurt in Fall Off Moving Truck Mrs. Russell Sanders, 31, and seven - month - old daughter, eorgette, of 1931 Esther St., Godfrey, were injured when they fell from a moving truck on a country road between Brighton and Godfrey Tuesday evening. Mrs. Sanders was treated at Alton Memorial Hospital for multiple abrasions of/the body and the baby for lacerations and abrasions of the knees and face. Russell Sanders was driving the buck when a door accidentally sprung open. Supper Planned Plans for a pancake supper were made at a meeting of Mark Twain School Parent - Teacher Assn. at the school Tuesday night. The supper will be in connection with a school open house sometime during November. KARACHI — Several spurs will be added to Pakistan's natural gas lines and more villages will be serviced under a new plan. YOUR PHARMACIST A MAN "IN THE KNOW" FREE Delivery ZIKE Pharmacy 627 E. Airline Dr. R.H. Dial 859-2263 NOW AT OUR NEW LOCATION 628 E. 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