* t'-iif ' ' •; • '. - • . ,'Vft Alton Eventng Telegraph Thursday, Sept. 7, 1972 In and out of area hospitals Alton Memorial ADMISSIONS ftet Wart, 1200 Rlxon .fwyWjffiian, Brighton ''lit*. Bfllth Header, 4810 Wick- lltOOf K«By ttogers, Granite City Deborah Renshaw, Godfrey George Cory, Carrollton .Shirley Slimick, 3109 Edgewood Mrs. Marcia McConnell, Godfrey Harold Waper, Sr., 3124 Ray HaroW Kemp, Godfrey Barbara Withers, Bethalto Deletes Hensler, Wood River Mrs. Sharyn Aljets, Bethalto Christopher Young, Shipman Helen Angel, 3200 Edwards John Myers, 2738 Hillcrest Mrs. Queen Grau, Roxana Lela Wheeler, Bethalto Mrs. Mary Heil, 3115 Edwards Charlotte Pogue, 717 East 5th Thelma Lee. South Roxana Virginia Taylor, Bethalto Mildred Simpson, Bethalto George Leone, 95 East Elm Carl Wright, Greenfield Michael Adams, 712 Humboldt DISMISSALS Mrs. Barbara Young, Godfrey Maylene Kesterson, 1121 Wallace Frances Peck, Wood River Leo Swift, 1907 Worden Mrs. Judy Diddlebock, 721 Euclid Margaret Johnson, 2826 E. Broadway Mrs. Bernice Baumann, Godfrey Michael McGraw, East Alton Deborah Flowers, East Alton Bryan Beasley, Wood River Michelle Long, Edwardsville Emma Hendrickson, Godfrey Melton Thomas, 211 Dooley Ronald Fry, Dow Donald Chappell, Jerseyville George Demas, East Alton Mark Hamilton, Wood River Raymond Crawley, Bethalto Louis Stahlhut, Moro Donald Calvey, East Alton St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Mrs. Brenda Shelton, Bethalto DISMISSALS Mrs. Linda Highsmith, South Roxana Arthur Pitts Sr., 2323 Humbert Mrs. Ruth Moore, 3535 Oscar Mark Sconce, Bethalto Grain Wilson, 2319 Birch Lloyd Richards, 1900 Orchard Mrs. Patsy Mason, 3223 Edsall St. Joseph's ADMISSIONS Marcia Blasioli, 3424 Yost David Guccione Jr., Carbondale Rhonda Janssen, Bethalto Cynthia Jones, 724 Park Tobias Kamp Jr., Hardin Alice Lewis, Edwardsville Mary Mosby, 3161 Lawn Peggy Nichols, Wood River L. C. Rettinghaus, East Alton Lillie Steele, 2521 Main Roadecker Watts, 749 Oakwood Lillian Werner, 3504 Oscar Martha Glass, East Alton Yvonne Thacker, 1014A Elliott Thomas Talley, 236 Janet DISMISSALS Minnie Bridgewater, Roodhouse James Carroll, 505 Goodfellow Charlotte Flatt, East Alton Billy Gossard, Godfrey Carmen Graham, East Alton Willard Hoppe, Edwardsville Stacey Hutchins, Brighton Loretta Hutchinson, 2730 Powhattan Marilynn Joehl, Godfrey Mary Klunk, 1140 Long Gloria Knezik, Worden Annie Lamparter, Bethalto Richard Madison, 1219 Pearl Donna Sweeney, Bethalto Amanda Valdez, 2309 Crawford Shirley Vicregge, 1219 Pearl Lawrence Wardein, 835 Spruce Leona Webb, 604 Milton Lilian Weston, 2417 Main Wood River Township ADMISSIONS Charles Foraker, South Roxana Mrs. Beulah Hefner, Bethalto George Brotherton, Marquand, Mo. Mrs. Sylvia Barnes, East Alton John De Cota, South Roxana Mrs. Georgia Dodd, Cottage Hills Mrs. Clara De Hart, Hartford Todd Eubanks, Hartford DISMISSALS Wilma Hatten, Alton Ronald Brooks, East Alton LJwt Brooks, East Alton Pierce, Hartford many Michael Kiffmeyer, 275 Lorena Mrs. Margie Streich, Godfrey L. C. Rettinghaus, East Alton Mrs. Norma Hale, East Alton Boycl Memorial (Carmllton) ADMISSIONS Mrs. Lora Gerson, Kane Mrs. Mildred Conrad. Carrollton Mrs. Celste Robely, Carrollton Robert Barnett. Piasa Mrs. Linda Reif, Eldred DISMISSALS Athen Vinyard Sr., Greenfield Vernon May-berry, Carrolllon Jersey Community ADMISSIONS Mrs. Lauren Egclhoff, Piasa Leroy Isbell, Jerseyville Mary Buchanan, grafton Mrs. Lucy Weller. Jerseyville Mary Buchanan, Grafton Roy Bell, Grafton Mrs. Nedra Gress, Hardin DISMISSALS Lucy Sith, Pearl Kathryn Angel. Michael Jerome Breitwelser, Jerseyville John Shanks, Hardin Wilma Ruyle, Medora Helen Walters. Jerseyville St. Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS Jack Dickerson. Edwardsville Robert Roncy, Edwardsville Clinton Tabor III, Ed- wardsvillo Fred Utechtt, Edwardsville Elton Going, Glen Carbon Mrs. Ruth Sullivan, South Roxana DISMISSALS . Mrs. Marie LeDuc, Ed- wardsvillo St, Francis (Lltchfleld) ADMISSIONS Edward Kriogcr, Gillepie Jean Stiertfit/, Bunker Hill Shirley Anderson, Gillespie William Oillor, Gillespie 11 axel Stark, Gillespie DISMISSALS Mary Sawyer, Bunker Hill Ann Russell. Mt. Olive St. Luke's (St. Louis) ADMISSION Cynthia Ncuhaus, East Alton Wheat, corn, soyheans " v "' ock price9 ^ ^ J at East St. Louis falter under pressure By ED DE MOCII CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat, com and soybeans futures again came under selling pressure on the Chicago Board of Trade today. Wheat futures fell 2>£ cents a bushel while corn eased U/2 cents and soybeans eased 1 cent. .Oats declined 1/4 cent in very slow trade. Soybean meal prices were strong. The September meal option advanced 1.50 a ton and oil gained around 5 points. Iced broilers were mixed in very dull trade. There again appeared to be n o direction to price movement on the opening, then selling got under way. In the wheat pit, commercial interests and commission house brokers were on the selling side. Selling in the com pit also was active despite reports that Italy might again be in the market for a large purchase of corn. Soybean prices were weak although the end-products attracted buyers in strong moves. After about, an hour, wheat was 2 to 214 cents a bushel lower. September 1.89%; corn was 1% to 1% lower, September 1.33%: oats were '4 lower, September 80% cents and soybeans were unchanged to % lower, Septmeber 3.46%. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) — Estimated receipts for Friday: 4.000 hogs, 200 cattle and 25 sheep. Hog receipts 4.500 head butchers 50-1.00 higher and sows steady to 25 higher. 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