Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 8, 1972 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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2 Alton. Evening Telegraph Friday, September 8, 1972 In and out of area hosmtak St. Joseph^s ADMISSIONS Mrs. Lucy Anders, Brighton Brian Bullard, Edwardsville Karen Carrell, Edwardsvillo Hfs. Dorothy Cross, 1107 Mllnor Mrs. Ada Davidson. Jerseyville Scott De Runtz, Granite City Dorothy Embry, Godfrey Wayne Hamby. Edwardsville Pamela Holland, 1327 East ~>\t\ Matthew Lorton, Hardin Harry Maberry, Wood Rive; Candis Marshall, Jerseyville Arthur Maupin, Rte. 1 Darryl Morse, Wash- Washington Apts. Denise Nolte. Kane Charlene Oschmann, \Vo<xl River Eileen Oschmann, Woxl River David Rollf, Wood River Larry Steward, 1303 Highland Mrs. Wilma Wall, East Alton Mrs. Dorothy Williams, 1012 Elliott Judith Wright, 3233 Oakwood Mrs. Theresa Kallal, Jerseyville Mrs. Joyce Scott, 2J24 Humbert DISMISSALS Mrs. Hilda Alexander. Bethalto Mrs. Mabel Barr. East Altoi Mrs. Marie Britt, 2428 La Salle Eugene Coleman, Jerseyvil'.e Mrs. Sharon Eaken, Wood River Mrs. Stella Emmons, Godfrey Mrs. Lynoria Franklin, U17 Highland David Guccione Jr., Carbondale Mrs. Julia Humm, Bethalto Stanley Gorney, Wood River Mrs. Leona Hohnsbet'n. Cottage Hills Mrs. Dollie Hoskins, 3307 Sherman Mrs. Karen Jackson, 3206 Mission Mrs. Katherine Lovall, West Alton Ginger Minder, 838 Washington Mrs. Charlotte Naeve, 307 East 7th Judith Palier, East alton Donnis Reidy, Florrisant, Mo. Mrs. Charlotte Schelle, 3016 Glenwood Mrs. Cynthia Schoeffel, 10CC Langdon James Sims, 815 Oakwoorl Estates Mrs. Betty Snider, Wood River Mrs. Lena Stalp, 203 Dooley Mrs. Velina Wren, 2510 Denny Alton Memorial ADMISSIONS Ralph Darner, Roxana Carole Toenyes, East Alton ' Cecil Blankenship, East Alton Patricia Bowles, Edwardsville Mrs. Marlyn Kardis, Grafton Richard Furlow, Wood River Robin Eldridge, Cottage Hills Viola Stewart, 815 Market Loyd Wehking, Cottage Hills Sandra Waggoner, East Alton Mrs. Hettie Bean, 401 Alby James Hillery, 223 Ladd Thomas George, Brighton Area weather Alton and vicinity — Patchy dense fog during the morning then considerable cloudiness and mild with a chance of a period or two of thundershowers today, tonight and Saturday. High today and Saturday 80 to 85. Low tonight 60 to 65. Extended forecast Mostly sunny and warmer Sunday. Lows middle 50s to lower 60s and highs upper 70s to middle 80s. Monday partly cloudy, chance of showers and thunderstorms. Lows upper 50s to middle 60s and highs mostly 80s. Tuesday partly cloudy. Low upper oils to middle 60s and the highs middle 70s to middle 80s. DISMISSALS William Carr, 3622 Horn Charles Knipping. South Roxana Mrs. Betty Cope. 3516 Wickenhauser Mrs. Faye Simmons. Bethalto Mrs. Iris Rufus, 1114 Green Virginia Longfellow. 3227 Theresa Cosette Seal, Grafton Carrie Hunt, East Alton Diane fummings, Dmv Travis Young. Godfrey Kelly Rogers, Granite City Neda Kocrtge. Brighton Henry Williams. 832 Washington Mrs. Marcella Roy?e. Wood River Mrs. Judith Kenny. Edwardsville Mrs. Joyce McEuen, Moro Mrs. Betty Kroeger. Dorsey Kenneth Elliott, Godfrey Helen Angel, 3200 Edwards Carol Forsyf he, Cottage Hills Gaudia Manning, East Alton Mrs. Bonnie Ursch, 3424 Gillham St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Mrs. Anna Nichols, 2619 Yager William Hayes, Jerseyville Thomas Carter, Bethalto Melvin Starkey, Wood River Bruce Flack, Bethalto Leonard Feldman, Wood River Milton Wofford, Cottage Hills DISMISSALS Mrs. Ellen Gawronski, 2514 Brown Mrs. Ruth Chamness, Worden Mrs. Vera Beiser, 1508 Highland Valarie Harslrbarger, Cottage Hills Earl Morgan, Cottage Hills Barbara Brown, 1900 Beall Wood River Township ADMISSIONS Mrs. Hazel Genta, Alton Kimberley Phillipi, Carrol! Wood Trailer Park Carl Mahurin, Mitchell Deborah Burklow, Bethalto Rodger Williamson, Hartford DISMISSALS Brian Phillips, East Alton Tine Phillips, East Alton Pete Bellovich. Granite City Mrs. Nora Lay, Cottage Hills William Tucher, 333 Marquis Mrs. Rebecca Emery, Cottage Hills ' Jimmie Beckham, Olive Hill, Tenn. Mrs. Frances Bettis. Brighton Roscoe Duncan, Roxana Boyd Memorial (Carrollton) ADMISSIONS Arthur Roady, Kane M r s . Sheryl Edwards, Carrollton DISMISSALS Mrs. Barbara Griswold. Rockbridge Mrs. Fern Buker, Carrollton Jersey Community * * ADMISSIONS Ruea Miller, Fieldon Lewis Conrad, Jerseyville Brian Bettorf. Jerseyville William Wade, Brussels DISMISSALS Betty Berry, Hardin Ted Ringhausen, Jerseyville Thomas Erwin, Jerseyville Linda Crotchett, Jerseyville St, Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS John Hamil, Edwardsville Melvin Mateyka, Edwardsville Mrs. Josie Sanders, Edwardsville Mrs. Hilda Stille, Edwardsville DISMISSALS James Peck, Edwardsville Slaunton Community ADMISSIONS Brian McCollum, Bunker Hill Paul Heinz, Livingston Floyd Wilson Jr., Worden Helen Johnson, Hartford Donald Manning, New Douglas Dian Zotz, Worden Cheriss Page, Benld DISMISSALS Van Mountain, Staunton Kristen Brumme, Staunton Anna Sparks, Edwardsville St. Francis (Litchfield) ADMISSIONS Eugenia Hall, Shipman Ernest Perrine, Gillespie Betty Mateas, Livingston William Ruyle, Gillespie Darlene Mihelcic, Mt. Olive DISMISSALS Kathryn Anderson, Gillespie Thomas Ottersburg, Gillespie Serena Heck, Gillespie Anna Widmar, Benld John KaKin, Mt. Olive George Widner, Carlinville Jen Murphy, Carlinville Girl hurt in fall from cliff is now conscious A 12-year-old Alton girl who plunged 125 feet from the Alton river bluffs has regained consciousness in a St. Louis hospital where she lay in a coma for nearly 8 weeks following the accident. Tamara Staten suffered a broken neck and multiple injuries over her body in the fall from the bluffs near the Mississippi River Lime Co. July 3. Relatives said Tamara will have to undergo intensive physical therapy during her long recuperation. Tamara is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Staten, 449 Belleview, Alton. Two homes burglarized A S40 set of dishes, $30 cash, and nearly $40 worth of clothing was stolen in a burglary at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hearn of 622 Joesting St., police were told Thursday. Also taken during the burglary, which was reported at 4:25 p.m., was an undetermined quantity of meat from a freezer in the Hearn home. The front door of the home was broken loose from the casing to allow entry for the burglar. In another burglary Thursday thieves took a S60 eight-track stereo tape player from the home of Warren Scoggins of 231 Madison Ave. in Alton. Five pair of earrings valued at $12 and eight stereo tapes were also taken in the burglary which police theorized may have occurred during Thursday's rain storm. The burglary was reported to police at 9:18 p.m. Contract let for 1-55 road project A contract totaling $6,397.497 was awarded to the Sangamo Construction Co. of Springfield Thursday from laying 4.1 miles of pavement on Interstate 55 and 1.5 miles of pavement on township road 481 in Macoupin County. Da(t from NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE. NOAA. U.S. Depl. ol Commerce Hoi lndic«i«d- Conivlf Ucal F«r f c«u National Weather Showers or rain are forecast over large areas of the East Friday. Showers are also expected in the South and Pacific Northwest. Cooler weather is forecast from tfae Northeast to the northern Plains and also for fee Pacific Northwest. (*p Wirephoto Map) Miss Illinois Carolyn Paulus, Miss Illinois, as she competes in Hie evening gown segment Thursday in the Miss America Pageant being held this week in Atlantic City. Miss Paulus wears an iced imported silk crepe gown. (AP Wirephoto) Orientation for foreign students at SIUE Tuesday EDWARDSVILLE - A special orientation program for 55 new foreign students at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville will be held at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Mississippi Room of the University center. The new students will be officially welcomed by Warren . Brown, dean of students. During thu day Virginia Armstead, head nurse in the SIUE Health Service, will explain medical services offered and Nancy Sights of the Admissions Office will explain U.S. government regulatons. University procedures will be discussed by Charles Buchana, foreign student adviser, and foreign student leaders will talk about American culture. Mrs. Donald King and Mrs. Murrell Klenke will discuss the plans arranged for the SIUE foreign students by the international hospitality program committee. The 44 new undergraduate and 11 graduate students come from 13 countries: Nigeria, 21; Iran, Hong Kong Walker's daughter to open his office here Kathy Walker, daughter of Dan Walker, Democratic candidate for governor, will open Walker's Alton-Godfrey Wood Hiver volunteer headquarters at 11 E. Broadway in Alton at 5:30 p.m. Sunday. Meanwhile, the Illinois State Chamber of Commerce has announced that Walker and Gov. Richard B. Ogilvie will debate before its annual meeting in Chicago Oct. 6. Democratic candidate for the U. S. Senate, Congressman Roman Pucinski called Wednesday for a quarantine and economic embargo against the Arab states if it is determined that the Munich terrorists were financed and supported by Arab governments. Driver booked A 30-year-old East Alton man was charged with following too close Thursday following a two-car collision on Old St. Louis Road at Marquis in Wood Hiver. Ticketed was Jerald L. Wardlow of 417 Bowman, after his auto slammed into the rear of a car driven by Louis Carter, 41, of 786 State St.. Wood River. Police said Carter w a s attempting to make a left two onto Marquis when the collision occurred. In other political news, Pudnski in a speech in Jonesboro today renewed his offer to Senator Charles Percy to join him in a series of debates following the trail of the Lincoln - Douglas debates. Mrs. Teddi Inman of Batchtown was named area chairman of the People for Percy campaign Thursday. Mothers Club festival set for Saturday «,• Bonzo The International Clown will appear at the annual East Alton Mothers Club Fall Festival Saturday at Vanpreter Park in East Alton. Children in costumes will march in a parade leaving from Washington school at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. The parade will turn left on West St. Louis Avenue and turn right on Broadway. It will proceed down Broadway turning left onto 4th Street to Vanpreter Park. After the parade, a festival including games, booths and refreshments will be from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the park A puppet show will be featured at 12:30 p.m and a magic show will be given at 4 p.m. at the park. Ogilvie signs bill will aid livestock which show MONMOITH. 111. (AP) — (lov. Richard B. Ogilvie signed legislation Wednesday authorizing $40,000 annually in state funds to aid a private promotion—the financially •troubled international L i v e s t o c k Exposition in Chicago. The money will cover up to half the prize money offered to exhibitors of the 73- year-old exposition which is held each November in the International Amphitheatre. Officials of the show said the state aid. which will come Open house set at Leivis'Clark The Lewis and Clark Library on C.oshen Road near Edwardsville will have an open house Sept. 17 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.. it has been announced. The open house will be held to honor past members of the board, and give the public an opportunity to tour the facilities, according to Mrs. Olive McDonald. East Alton librarian, who is a member of the board. OPIH DAIIT 1:10 TO 10, SUNDAY II TO 7 from the state's agricultural premium fund, will enable Chicago to retain the exposition. Five cities in five states have sought to become host of the exposition should furd tax it be discontinued in The premium derived from a parimutuel betting on racing and provide: million of aid annually Cl icago. Illinois Slate Fair in j s Springfield and 103 county on fairs. horse Ogilvie signed the bill on $5.3 a stop. in Monmouth for the For the P#me Beef Festival. Maxi-Grand Opening DELHI CLUB Located between Godfrey and Jerseyville at Delhi. Turn at McClusky Rd. COUNTRY AND WESTERN MUSIC FRIDAY AND SATURDAY and Pakistan, 6; China , 5; Bangladesh, Greece and Korea, 2; and Iceland, India, Malawi, Philippines and South Vietnam, 1. Money, gun stolen from apartment Money and a shotgun were reported taken from an East Alton apartment Thursday afternoon when the occupant, a midnight shift worker, awoke and discovered the items missing. Fred Kuhn. 397 Kent, told police he found the door to his apartment open slightly when he returned from work about 8 a.m., but did not discover the items missing until he woke up about 3:15 p.m. Taken were about $30 in change and a 12-guage shotgun which Kuhn valued at $120. Entry to the apartment was through a kitchen window which had been pried open. 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