Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 30, 1972 · Page 26
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

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C-6 Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, Aug. 30,1972 111 and out of area hospitals Hanrahan's statements labeled as false St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Mrs. Carrie Sprinpman, 2224 Stale Mrs. Edith T,o«v. Godfrey Arthur Pitts. 2323 Humbert Mrs. Ledith Cason. Wood River Mrs. .Tanc 1 Anderson, Rotlialto Mrs. Charlotte Price. 507 Marsh Mrs. Juanlla Ea<1s. 1230 W. Pth Alice .Tohnson, 1614 Terrace Mark Sconce, Bethallo Prenda Ehlers, Cotlneo Hills Mrs. Helen Castelli. East Alton William Noe, Rosewood Heights DISMISSALS Mrs. Mattel Hyde. ?fi25 Main Joseph Whitfield. 1312 Hampton Mi's. Mary Kramer. Wood river Mrs. Marsha Fvnnkford, Godfrey Kevin Charley, Belhalto Mrs. Ellen Mulligan. 1241 Bodemcyer Louis Stahlhut, Moro Edward Volkmar. 5111 Candy Alton Memorial ADMISSIONS 'Amy Keller, East Alton Dawn Peer. Carllnvillc Mrs. Nadene Covey, Cottage Hills Rosemary Corrigan, Wood River Mrs. Frances Peck, Wood River Louis Stahlhut, Moro Johnny Warix, 2300 N. Rodgers Mrs. Barbara Campbell, Jerseyville William Sweeney, Belhalto Dallas Myers, 717 Alby Kristopher Grabner, Rte. 1 Weldon Tucker, Wood River Mrs. Betty Bauer, Wood River Patricia Waters, 3214 Charlotte DISMISSALS M r s . Frances Johnston, Edwardsville Mrs. Paula Barnett, Shipman Ralph Williams, Bethalto Bryant Irvin, Bethalto Effie Edsall, 2406 Virden George Sweet, 3S12 Horn Jess Woodman Sr., 2723 Brown Mrs. Betty Balcom, Bethalto Otto Pellegrini, Glen Carbon Lynn Cooper, 239 Mather James Lewis, 1105 Beaumont Edward McCormick, 626 Washington Ida Abeln, Jerseyville Naomi Middleton, Godfrey Mrs. Helen Plumlee, East Alton Rev. Victor Forhne, Wood River Minnie Carver, Godfrey Mrs. Lillien Cox, 3421 Lincoln Mrs. Betty Dugan, Cottage Hills Joseph Macias, Godfrey Louise Kuhlman, Godfrey Mrs. Virginia Hatfield, Roxana Susan Weaver, Godfrey Staunton Community ADMISSIONS Marie Rhodes, Livingston Verlie Weller, Eagerville Michael Pernicka, Staunton Steven Manley, Staunton Eugene Bentnip, Slaunton Sam Edwards, Staunton Anna Sparks, Edwardsville Mary Miller, Staunton Deonna Phelps, Gillespie Marianne Weisner, Staunton Katherine Puckett, Livingston David Bierbaum, Staunton Arthur Grove, Benld DISMISSALS Robert llagerman, Wilsonville Mary Kucinich, Livingston Ann Baugh, Bunker Hill Marie Rhodes, Livingston Jess Maxvill, Staunton Carlinvillr Area ADMISSIONS Martha Swires, Slaunlon Kenneth Breitweiser, Mcdora Cleo Fi.L'ht, Curlinville William liamel, Chesterfield Norman Tun.'ier. Me.<tosto Nancy Slepp, Plamview l',---atri"i' Heart, Carlimille Tom tarbin, Sawycrville DISMISSALS Karl hrtKer. Siiipman Nancy K;bl<-. Plamview Dar>i Frit/, Jtrseyville K>;/ri l',rt-i"AHs(.:i Medora Don;-!d Po klinyton, Girard Jtidithe Tnimp, 30 E, Elm Mrs. Kathleen Turner, .Ter- seyville Ray Walls. Wood River Draiplas Vales. Granite City Michael Warlick, 1028 Alby' Edward Volkmar, 5111 Candy Mrs Virginia Rrawley. fiOfi Wyss Mrs. Janet Moore, 731 Oakwood Mrs. Jeanette Hardaway. 824 Washington DISMISSALS Raymond Rla/irr. Wood River Theresa Bregonzer, Jefferson. Mo. Tanner Compton, Edwardsville Mrs. Susan Duckels, 3200 Theresa John Fa'.jeny. Hardln Leo Foster. 510 Stowell Mrs. Ethel Holladay, East Alton William Holland, 1327 E. 5th Dawn Myers. Granite City Lisa Hizzl, Livingston IMnrrl St. Clair. Godfrey Mrs. Ann Saenz, 8fi Elm Mrs. Doris Scheibal, Edwardsville Mrs. Katherine Skibiski, 2424 Kohlcr Mrs. Trisha Thatcher, Edwardsville Mrs. Connie Vohrndsky, 24fi7 Seminary Robert Watson, Godfrey Robert Wilson, Wood River Rcgina Young, 3168 Belle CHICAGO (AP) - Special prosecutor Barnabas Sears says statements made by State's Atty. Edward V. Hanrahan to newsmen shortly after a police raid on a Black Panther apartment were false and were made "as an in- tegral part of a conspiracy to obstruct justice." The statements were made In three televised news conferences shortly after the Dec. 4, 1960, raid in which two Panther leaders were killed. Television films of the conferences Dec. 4, 8, and 11, 19fi!), were submitted into evidence Tuesday in Circuit Court over objections of defense counsel. Hanrahan and 13 co-defendants are on trial charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice by altering or concealing evidence following the predawn raid on the West Side apartment. In the first news confer e n c e , Hanrahan had praised the "restraint, the St. Francis (Lltrhflelrt) ADMISSIONS Janice Mcllet, Hamcl Wayne Wilkinson, Gillespie Joseph Mitchell, Staunton Jean Lallosa, Gillespie Florence Bartels, Mt. Olive Anna Angeli, Benld George Widner, Carltnville DISMISSALS Jeffery Greenwalt, Carlinville Hazel York, Eagarvllle Catherine Rhodes, Mt. Clare Carol Breitwiser, Bunker Hill Myrtle Bone, Mt. Olive Lydia Niemann, Mt. Olive Jersey Community ADMISSIONS Robert Jackson, Fieldon Judith Russell, Jerseyville Alda Ruyle, Jerseyville Edgar Darr, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Addie Hudson, Kane Florence Halemeyer Charles Church, Hardin Blllie Mundy, Alton William Bettoii, Brighton Boyd Memorial (Cnrrollton) ADMISSIONS Mrs. Josephine Hansen, Carrollfon Mrs. Wilma Moss, Eldred Mrs. Beverly Mattingly, Fieldon Paul Hopper, White Hall Leta Shaw, Carrollton DISMISSALS Mrs. Daisy Scott. Carrolllon Mrs. Mary F o r s t i n g, Carrollton Mrs. Lelen Langley, Greenfield Frank Straublow, Piasa Phillip Merhoff, Eldred St. Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS S u s a n Klopmeier, Edwardsville Harry Ullrich, Edwardsville DISMISSALS Ira Handle, Edwardsville Mrs. Nonna R a Inert, Edwardsville Wood River Township ADMISSIONS Mrs. Margie Streieh, Godfrey Mrs. Clola Smith, 340 Jennings Carl Haby, Fast Alton Mrs. Virginia Manahan, Alton Mrs. Frances Bettis, Brighton Ignozio Militello. 122 S. Main Mrs. Ella Butler, East Alton DISMISSALS William Andrews, 135 Acton lionald Goodman, 241 S. Main Mrs Nora Wikoif, East Alton E. Piasa unit to »t>l $1,077,993 Si. Josh's i« state aid ADMISSIONS Mrs. Nora Britt. K24 E. 6th Terry Canned;.. <'M\W Hills Gregory Divmport. 1305 Belle Mrs .luanita Halpm. 551 E. Broadway Mrs June Howard. West Alton Mr:- AlfotTia .lohnson. 2503 Claw son (• L- o r i. 1 i a l.aisbscher, 27 111 Mrs. Ora Moore. U317 Hum- ben Gk-fl TaMngton, BethalU* T h e Piasa Community School Distinct will receive $1.077.&!)3 89 in state aid for tin- 1972-1973 school year, ac'.oi-(i;n- to Dr. Michael 1'ok.ihs. Superintendent of ]'utj!:c In-truction. Other districts m Macoupin County lu.ve also been quoted amounts ot stale aid. They are Gillespie, $877,533.04; Carlin vUle, $805,358.63; Bunker Hill, J522.802.29; and Stauntoii, $452 ; 142.73. THIS WEEK'S discipline and the bravery" of police who conducted the raid. He also said that Fred Hampton, chairman of the Illinois Panther party, used a .45-caliber automatic pistol "In attacking the police." Hampton and Mark Clark, WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT. a downstate leader from Peoria, were killed in the raid. There has been no evidence introduced in the trial, being heard by Judge Philip .1. Romltl, that indicates Hampton fired any shots at raiding police. 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