Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 1, 1972 · Page 7
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September 1, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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In and out of area hospitals St. Joseph's ADMISSIONS Cary Alexander, Dow Mrs. Minnie Brldgewater, Roodhouse Pamela Brown, 609 Stowell Mrs. Lillian Edwards, Kennett, Mo. John Freeman, 3108 Oakwood Estates Mrs. Julia Humm, Bethalto Mrs. Carolyn Kuehn<?l, Hartford Mrs. Mary Orban, Brighton Judith Palier, East Alton Mrs. Mary Twitty, Godfrey Mrs. Vellna Wren, 2510 Denny Craig Hentrich, Godfrey William Bridgeman, Brighton DISMISSALS Mrs. Nora Britt, 824 E. 6th Thomas Brown, 2309 Amelia Terry Cannedy, Cottage Hills Thomas Gray, 1726 Alby Mrs. Juanita Halpln, 551 E. Broadway Billie Howard, Cottage Hills Mrs. June Howard, West Alton Mrs. Kathryn Jacobs, East Alton Georgia Laubscher, 2710 Residence Raymond Lovell, West Alton. Mo. Lawrence Masterson, 810 Richmond Mrs. Edith Russell. 1907 Pleasant Willis m Schlemer, Edwardsville Mrs. Alice Semite, 729 Linden Sherri Towse, 2405 Sani'ord Mrs. Kathlen Turner, ,Ter- seyville Judith Trump, 30 E. Elm Douglas Yates, Granite City Mrs. Freda Wallace, Bethalto Alton Memorial ADMISSIONS Mrs. Margaret Kline, 1127 Seller Mrs. Carol Johnson, Godfrey Mrs. Gertrude Dorris, 7 Monterey Donald Chappell, Jerseyville Hazel Atteberry, South Roxana Mrs. Joyce McEuen, Moro Thomas Ruyle, 9 Holly Hill Mrs. Karen Maple, 2005 Ridge Connie Graner, 2820 Sanford Walter Eppmeyer, Wood River Mrs. Rosalie Tucker, Bethalto Eva Fromme, Wood River Ronald Fry, Dow M r s. Elizabeth Hartung, Bunker Hill Patrick Cantwell, Wood River Mrs. Grace Saunders, 1305 Main William Fleming, 3302 College Michael McGraw, East Alton Delbert Brooks, Rte. 1 Ostell Hallows, Godfrey Mrs. Doris Marshall, Eas*. Alton Patricia Grindstaff, Wood River Carol Forsythe, Cottage Hills Charles Manahan, East Alton DISMISSALS Mrs. Janet Campion, Piasa Mrs. Mary Stanley, Edwardsville Beatrice Lankford, Cottage Hills Robert Stradtmann, Godfrey Mrs. Rita Zimmerman, 2308 Chantel Mrs. Carolyn Hatcher, 3218 Kendall Jeffrey Aylward, E-l- wardsville Winfred Dale, Bethalto Simon heads committee for McGovern CHICAGO (AP) - Lt. Gov. Paul Simon has been appointed chairman of George McGovern's Illinois committee. Simon, in a statement Issued today from McGovern's Chicago campaign office, said he will work closely wiUi Democratic leaders and volunteers in Illinois. "I will do my best to try to help bring Democrats together and to get the message to Republicans and independents who sense a need for change, but today have honest questions about the McGovern candidacy," Simon said. "Those questions will be answered." Simon, .with the backing of Mayor Richard J. Daley, ran unsuccessfully for the party nomination for governor and lost to Daniel J. Walker in the March primary election. Daley and other party regulars, initially cool to the South Dakotan's candidacy, have said they will work for the entire Democratic ticket. James Kingston, South Roxana Mrs. Ruth Farmer, 700 Northdale Fred Sackman, 1263 State Clarence Grover, Hartford Lonis Garner, 945 Douglas Willie Mae Kaiser, 2307 Salu William Burk, Brighton Carlinville Area ADMISSIONS Lola Eccles, Girard Daryl Serviss, Carlinville Henrietta Neunaber, Carlinville Ida Gilbert, Jerseyville Willie Cotton, Carlinville Mildred Lovejoy, Carlinville Harry Wise, Carlinville DISMISSALS Louise Holderness, Carlinvillt: Sharon Costello, Carlinville Edgar Dyson, Virden Cleo Fite, Carlinville Marsha Sheshorn, Bunker Hill Si. Francis (Litchficld) ADMISSIONS Herman Cortes, Gillespie Jody Motto, GiLIespie DISMISSALS Donna Zippay, Mt. Olive George Albers, Mt. Olive Matthew Rhodes, Mt. Clare Lena Harbison, Carlinville George Vesper, Livingston Marcia Wineburner, Staunton Slaii ntbn Community ADMISSIONS Edna Ahlers, Edwardsville Joseph Pemicka, Jr., Staunlon Geraleene Boother, Staunton Theresa Eisman, Benld Michael Hlafka, Bunker Hill Nolda Schwander, Slaunton DISMISSALS Telena Cox, Carlinville Mamie Godlik, Staunton Mary Healy, Livingston Verlie Weller, Eagerville Charles McPheters, Livingston Boyd Memorial (Carrollton) ADMISSIONS Emeline Stine, Carrollton Mrs. Lorraine Bridgewater, White Hall DISMISSALS Paul Hopper, While Hall Mrs. Wilma Moss, Eldred St. Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS Mrs. M;,ry Mihalich, Edwardsville Mary Smith, Edwardsville DISMISSALS Mrs. Dera Jason, Edwardsville Susan Klopmeier, Edwardsville Harry Ulh ich, Edwardsville Jersey Community ADMISSIONS Dora Blight, Jerseyville Vicki Hunter, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Leo Hooper, Dow Charles Hill, East Alton Belinda Gress, Hard in Carl Dublo, Jerseyville Robert Jackson, Fieldon Nellie Dunham, Jerseyville Gary Bridges, Jerseyville Dallis Cummings, Jerseyville Judith Russell, Jerseyville Lizzie Coates, Jerseyville Wood River Township ADMISSIONS Mrs. Frances Curry, East Alton Wilma Batten, Alton Russell Boggess, Alton Mrs. Cafey Busby, 30 W. Penning Mrs. Marine Fries, 734 Berry Rd. Francis Coars, Edwardsville Mrs. Candis Ellison, Alton Sandra Naylor, Bethalto Gary Oxley, 485 State Aid Rd. DISMISSALS Deborah Cotton, 437 State Aid Rd. Mrs. Mae Kirkscy, Granite City Mrs. Alma Lakin, Est Alton Charles Manahan, East Alton Mrs. Mary Overmeyer, Bethalto Guile Rose III. East Alton Mrs. Eula Taylor, Cottage Hills St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Carl Bauman, Godfrey Jeffrey Weishaupt, Cottage Hills Mrs. Patsy Mason, 8223 Edsall Cletis Greenwood, Wood River Mrs. Alice Schudel, Godfrey Mrs. Essie Dale, Bethalto DISMISSALS James Sauerwein, South Roxana Lee Dick, Wood River Wilbert Henson. Roxaua Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, September 1, 19t2 A * New Frasier? Lionesses of the late sensuous lion Frasler's pride curiously eye Rufns, possible successor to Frasier, after he arrived at California's Lion Country Safari Thursday evening. (AP Wirephoto) JOIN BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD TODAY THRU YOUR MADISON COUNTY HEALTH IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION GROUP. Hospital and Medical Surgical Plans. For information, call 656-1499 and ask for Mrs. South or come to the office 107 Purcell St., Edwardsville. Hours 9-3 Monday thru Friday. ENROLLMENT SEPT. 1 - 23 The Public h Invited to Attend Out HOUSE . . . Hilltop Acres Shelter Care Home WHITE HALL, ILL, 62092 — 35 mites north of Alton on Rt. 267 at south edq« of the city. SUNDAY, SEPT. 3rd "«?&." We Invite the inspection of our newly-remodeled 88- bed building. Hilltop Acres will he dedicated to providing the, best 24-hour care available, under the supervision <rf licensed practical nurse. We, specialize In home-like atmosphere and corrective diets. Country atmosphere with city facilities. Licensed Practical Nurse on Duty at All Time* Licensed by Illinois ±. /Afyv «•!* 4JH4 Public Health Service * V/'U vl^'inlQ Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! Steelmen endorse Bartulis i One <)f the largest labor unions has formally endorsed C. "Junie" Bartulis choice for State o r from the Rep. A. as the! Se n a t Senatorial district. The union is United Kteelwojkers of America, Local J2047 which has a membership of 1,400 members and 5,0|)0 pensioners. In announcing the endorsement, A n t h 6| n y Miller, union president, says. "We are supporting Representative A. C. "Junie" Bartulis because of the Outstanding record he has made in the elec'ive offices lie has held." The union endorsed Bartulis because they know him to be hones! and a capable legislature!' who has always given tile working man from his disU-ict in which he represents a fair shake, Miller s&id. Bartu|is has served one term as county Treasurer of Macoupjn County and one term as) representative of the old 53rd District. GOP bigs hitMcG's tax plans By MIIKE WATERS WASHINGTON (AP) While rtemocratic presidential nominee George McGovern worked to rectify complaints of 1 9 o s e campaign organization, two more Cabinet members joined the administration's chorus a g a i i| s t McGovern's proposals. Lawrence F. O'Brien, national chairman of the McGovern campaign, sounded the pomplaint Thursday, saying it is too loosely organized, too lacking in coordination and central direction to operate effectively. Meanwhile, Secretary of the Treasury George P. Shultz said ]tf cGovern's tax propo.S£),ls would endanger the economy. And, Commerce Secret a,ry Peter G. Peterson said McGovern was naive in his belief that an unilateral demonsftration of good will toward the Soviet Union will prompt a similar reaction from the Russians. O'Brjen said in an interview published Thursday by the Miami Herald that he might leave the campaign after Labor Day unless steps are t a k e ji to improve the organisation. McGovern and his two top strategists, Frank Mankiewicz and Gary Hart, spent three hours discussing the campaign and its problems with O'Brie i. It <vas understood that O'Brien, whose chief task is to work with party regulars, considered the Wednesday night rceeting a good start, but lemained unconvinced thet organizational problems have b>en overcome. Speadng to a news conference, Shultz said that McGovern's proposal that capita] gains be taxed at the same rate as ordinary income would Jisoourage investment. Commenting on McGovera's views on relationships with the Soviet Union, Peterson said, "I believe this view simpli tic and it flies in the >f all that we have from long history of with the Communist face learne dealing power: Extraordinary special buys. Panti-hose special. 2 99* Stretch nylon panti-hose with nude heel in suntan and coffee bean. Choose from two proportioned to fit sizes. 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