In and out of area hospitals Alton Evening Telegraph Monday, Sept. 11, 1972 B-5 St, Joseph's ADMISSIONS Mrs. Margaret Betts, Brighton Barry Brannan, Eldred Mrs. Wanda Flatt, East Alton Mrs. Henrietta Glover, 228 McClure Newell Hagerty, Godfrey Mrs. Avis Haney, Elsah Brenda Harding, Godfrey Gerald Hise, TUe. I Mrs. Shirley Minnie, Bethalto Thomas O'Hair, Jerseyville Mrs. Mary Pelot, Effingham Renee Rhymer, Brighton Steve Rye. Godfrey Curtis Vaughn, 3208 Belle Mrs. Nancy Wooley, East Alton Robert Thomas, Bethalto Leonard Getter, 1129 Green Demitress Cox, 10 Sullivan Gloria Anderson, 632 Joesting .Toe Banks. 1012 Highland Henry Gerhardt, flis Gold R h o d a Johnson, 2611 Powhattan Darin Opel, Worden Allen Osbornc, Cottage Hills Mrs. Madeline Rhodes, Roxana James Saenz, Godfrey Mrs. Opal Van Dorert, Wood River Mrs. Mabel Williams. Cottage Hills Mrs. Margaret Lewis, 86 Sullivan Marvin Pearson, 2614 Amelia Willie Evans, 12 E. 17th Susan Wiseman, Bunker Hill Everett Austin Sr., Brighton Vincent Tucy, Carrollton Tsom Kceton, 2603 Powhatton H e r m a n Stradcr, 2820 Vicwland DISMISSALS Theresa Barnes, Rle. 2, Bunker Hills Mrs. Barbara. Bleazard, 111 S. 13th, Wood River Brian Eullard, 241 Seminolc, Edwardsville Karen Can-ell, Edwardsville Sandra Cooley, 2003 Locust Mrs. Maurita Crystal, Wood River Delbsrt Dean, Godfrey Scott De Euntz, Granite City Pamela Holland, 1327 E. 5th Mrs. Denise Jones, 907 Rock Mrs. Alice Lewis, Edwardsville Matthew Lorton, Hardin Harris Lynch, Edwardsville Arthur Maupin, Rte. 1 Mrs. Nettie Miller, East Alton Denise Nolle, Kane Eileen Oschmann, Wood River Jeffery Reed, Godfrey Roadecker Watts, 749 Oakwood Judith Wright, 3233 Oakwood, Mrs Patricia Zimmerman, 524 William' Mrs. Judith Carter, Hartford Mrs. Janet Casper, 3218 Hawthorn James Cross, 620 E. 51h Mrs. Georgia Crull, Hardin Frederick Drone, East Alton Mrs. Dorothy Embry, Godfrey Orville Mize, 3204 Edgewood Mrs. Jacquctta Orris, East Alton Mrs. Rosemary Scoggins, 442 E. 6th Mrs. Marilyn Thompson, Wood River Mrs. Carry White, 911 Piasa Alton Memorial ADMISSIONS Luther Wooden, Wood River Mrs. Linda Dunnugan, 613 Washington Mrs. Yvonne Winters, 3203 Alby Tina Mize. 2004 Myrtle Mrs. Nonna Sholar, 1117 Central Bobby Rodgers, 617 Forest George Grigsby, Jerseyville Mrs. Alberta Lynn, Godfrey Mrs. Laveta King, Carrollton Harold Goebel, Bethalto Mrs. lola Rtszler, St. Louis Mrs. Frances Cummings, Dow John Baker, 2611 Main Michael Savolo, East Alton Alice Malson, West Alton Ben Kettlewell, Godfrey Ed Simmons, 2215 Humbert Fred Schuette, Bethalto Mrs. Jonell Naylor, Moro Harry Logan, Medora Mrs. Sylvia McAninch, 2076 Dunnagan Mrs. Virginia Hatfield, Roxana Lawrence Astrauskas, Collinsvillc Robert Wood, South Roxana James Frazicr, Cottage Hills Mrs. Mattie Jeffries, 2420 Main D i a n e Merriwealher, 45 Sullivan Donna Crawford, Cottage Hills Leroy Biergaum, Rte. 1 James Sauls, Hartford J. Francis Griffin, Greenfield Victor Unterbrink, Moro Dennis Reynolds, Cottage Hills Allen Welch, East Alton Kevin Shewmake, 3411 Badley John llenz, Hetliek Mrs. Fern Price, Brighton Vincent Leady, Godfrey Michael Kingering, East Alton Mrs. Maxine Fix, Jerseyville Cindy WestfalJ, Brighton DISMISSALS Raymond Mercer, East Alton Rev. Jack Reif, Cottage Hills Dean Taylor, 2205 Krug Betty Blackketter, Jerseyville Keri O'Brien, East Alton Mrs. Marilyn Kardhi, Grafton Mrs. Rose Williams, 525 Miami Mrs. Doris Marshall, East Alton Betty Generally, Rte. 1 Tony Wyinan, Brighton Ronnie Hollingsworth, Cottage Hills Johnny Warix, 2300 Rodgers Virginia Taylor, Bethalto Elizabeth McLagan, Godfrey John Bauer Jr., Brighton Roland James, Wood River Karen Robinson, 821 Alby Hugh Blaske, 1714 State Rosemary Corrigan, Wood River Hubert Phelps, 122 Boynton Carl Wright, Greenfield Debra Telkamp, 715 Royal Mrs. Ida Bushnell, Carrollton Mrs. Marcia McConnell, Godfrey Mrs. Charlotte Pogue, 717 E. 5th Mrs. Debra Parker, South Roxana Mrs. Caren Krueger, Wood River 'Mrs. Mary Heil, 3115 Edwards Harold Kemp, Godfrey Ralph Wilkerson, Wood, River M e 1 v i n Lockard, 1008 Diamond Gail Sumpter, Godfrey Floyd Griffel, Hobart, Ind. Renee Cook, 1323 Central Mary Cox, 700 Alby Ronald Soncs Jr., Bethalto Tina Ward, 1200 Rixon Sandra Waggoner, East Alton Earl Smith, 2317 Central Patricia Bowles, Edwardsville Carole Tbenyes, East Alton Victor Unterbrink, Moro Nellie Skelton, 1223 Main Mrs. Elizabeth Crocker, 212 Michigan Mrs. Shirley Slimick, 3109 Edgewood Linda Everett, Wood River Joan Henderson, East Alton Gloria Ilermsmeyer, Edwardsville Si. \iithoiiy's ADMISSIONS John Beard, 1123 Brown Raymond Blazier, Wood River Mrs. Mae Stutz, Bethalto Mrs. Nellie Abbott, 265 Orlan Daniel Smith, East Alton Mrs. Norma Curry, .Edwardsville Edna Faulkner, Brighton DISMISSALS Mrs. Alice Schudel, Godfrey Mrs. Maraland Smith, Moro Clement Piazza, East Alton Mrs. Dorothy Jones, Bethalto Mrs. Anna Nichols, 2619 Yager Mrs. Nellie Manley, East Alton Cecil Thurston, Cottage Hills Robert Sparks, Edwardsville Shawna Crain, Godfrey Wood River Township ADMISSIONS Belinda Warner, Moro Mrs. Elsie Chapman, Roxana Mrs. Ilah Schuetz, Brighton Mrs. Eva Ricks, East Alon Mrs. Zula Rawlings, East Alton Larry Haynes, Worden Mrs. Beaty Belts, Alton Mrs. Sandra Baggett, Cottage Hills Mrs. Ruby Adams, Bunker Hill James Chism, South Roxana DISMISSALS Ignozio Militello, 122 S. Main Everett Cope, South Roxana Mrs. Clola Smith, 340 Jennings 'Kenneth McDonald, Alton Tena Main, East Alton Joseph Hardwick, Bethalto Daniel Crane, Alton Mrs. Susie Ritchey, 243 12th Raymond Enlow, Cottage Hills Mrs. Juanita Nelson, Madison Mrs. Laura Perce, Cottage Hills Mrs. Ethel Owen, East Alton Eugene Clults, South Roxana Henry Smith, Edwardsville Mrs. Carol Wanick, Bethalto Gary Oxley, 485 State Aid Road Johnny Oxley, 485 State Aid Road Kimberly Phillipi, Carroll Wood Trailer Park Charles Lewis, Alton Lori Asbury, 576 Grove Jersey Community ADMISSIONS Letha Ogden, Jerseyville Paul Kadell, Jerseyville Emma Lanham, Jerseyville Chad Angel, Michael Mary Haseihorst, Brussels Tony Klunk, Kampsville Roy Bizaillion, Hardin Karen Jones, Jerseyville Virginia Ritter, Jerseyville Charles Moreland, Fdelity Wilson Bailey, Kampsville Otto Braushaar, Michael Arthur Myers, Jerseyville Mary Heitzig, Jerseyville Eva Hutchinson, Jerseyville Carla Cox, Jerseyville Cheryl Graham, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Philip Aderton, Hardin Billie Gulledge, Jerseyville Margaret Becker, Carrollton Smiling Mary Mackelden, Jerseyvile Roy Bell, Grafton Helen Blasa, Jerseyville Mina Greenwalt, Grafton Elmer Schleeper, Brussels Marc Hicks, Fieldon William Wade, Brussels Laurene Egelhoff, Piasa Eugenia Breden, Hardin Brian Bettorf, Jerseyville Nedra Gress, Hardin Chad Angel, Michael Paul Kadell, Jerseyville Mary Buchanan, Grafton Slaimton Community ADMISSIONS Walter Dayton, Edwardsville Nina Peters, Benld Ruth Senaldi, New Douglas Dora Johnson, Eagerville Gerald Klepek, Staunton Randall Foster, Staunton Virgil Wilkes, Gillespie Randall Fleming, Staunton Michael Selander, Mt. Olive Adelia Moehle, Staunton Rudolph Mrazek, Staunton DISMISSALS Will a r d Woolford, New Douglas Frances Hankins, Wilsonville Jackie Cozart Bculah Kinsey, Worden dCCS Mamie Haferkamp, Staunton Peter Gorsich, Mt. Olvie Sam Edwards Grace LaRosa Theresa Eisman, Benld Betty Knoche. Worden Guy Ismari, Benld Chelia Bean, Staunton Edna Ahlers, Edwardsville Ruth Matesa, Sawyervillc St. Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS Walter Pratt. Edwardsville Cindy Ball, Edwardsville John Dickerson, Edwardsville Mrs. Amelia Jones, Edwardsville Mrs. Lettie' Moore, Edwardsville Craig Riley, Edwardsville Waldo Vuagniaux, Ed- wardsvilla DISMISSALS Mrs. Mary Mihalich, Edwardsville Mrs. Floy Nuedecker, Edwardsville Mrs. Callie Kase, Edwardsville Mrs. Sharon Michel, Edwardsville Mary Smith, Edwardsville Boytl Memorial (Carrollton) ADMISSIONS Mrs. Mildred Voiles, Eldred Omar Portwood, Eldred Dawn Pointer, Chesterfield Mrs. Mildred Breitweiser, Jerseyville Mrs. Bertha Ackerman, Eldred DISMISSALS Mrs. Deborah Staples, Carrollton Mrs. Sheryl Edwards, Carrollton Mrs. Marie Stuart, Carrollton Orientation for foreign students Tuesday at SlUE Freight car fleet in U.S. deteriorating, probe shows The Air Force's only jet aces of the Vietnam War, Capt. Charles DcBelleviic, left, and Ca.pt. Charles Ritchie, smiled as they arrived in Honolulu Sunday. DeBellevue received the Air Force Cross and other decorations. Ritchie received similar decorations in Saigon. (AP Wirepholo) U.S. Phantom commander gets 5th MIG near Hanoi 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 the 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 regulations. University procedures will be discussed by Charles Buchanan, 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 pnvvam committee. The 44 new undergraduate and 11 graduate students come from 13 countries: Nigeria, 21; Iran, Hong Kong and Pakistan, 6; China, 5; Bangladesh, Greece and Korea, 2; and Iceland, India, Malawi, Philippines and South Vietnam, 1. Driver booked Curtis L. Logan, 24, of 103 E. Date St., Hartford, was charged wtih careless driving and destruction of city property after he drove his auto through some street barricades on Anderson Street at Wood River Avenue. Police said Logan slammed into the banicdes, but did not stop. He was followed by a witness who gave police license information and the location of the offending auto. By BRUCE DUNFORD HONOLULU (AP) Scoring his fifth MIG kill to join an elite club of U.S. air aces brought a brief burst of pride to Capt. Charles D. DeBellevue, but he says he was too busy at the time to dwell on the accomplishment. "The MIG I shot down had a friend up there, and we didn't get a chance to get too excited. We were too busy trying to keep him from getting one of us," said the 27-year-old weapons system operator, the first "back- seater" since World War I to score the five kills needed to become an ace. DeBellevue of Layfayette, La., was commander of a F4D Phantom fighter piloted by Capt. John M. Madden Jr. when they fired a heat- seeking Sidewinder missile to knock a MIGlfl'out of the sky near Hanoi Saturday. DeBellevue flew here from Udron Royal Thai Air Force Base Sunday and was awarded the Air Force Cross, the service's second highest medal for valor in combat, by Lt. Gen. Timothy F. O'Keefe, vice commander of the U.S. Pacific Air Forces. He also received the Distinguished Flying Cross, with two oak leaf clusters, and the Silver Star, with two oak leaf clusters. With him was another Vietnam ace, Capt. Richard S. Ritchie, DeBellevue's normal flying partner. Ritchie was receiving the Air Force Cross at Tan Son Nhut airbase near Saigon while DeBellevue and Madden, 31, of Jackson, Miss., were in the air action over North Vietnam. Until Saturday, Ritchie of Rciclsville, N.C., had a one- kill lead over DeBellevue, who was on leave when the 30-year-old Ritchie downed a MIG21 May 31. Ritchie and DeBellevue bagged another MIG two weeks ago, giving Ritchie five kills and making him the first Air Force ace and the third U.S. ace in the Vietnam air war. "All we did was shoot the MIGs down ... We're getting the medals for it, but it's all the crew chiefs and maintenance troops that work on that aircraft that keep it peaked up," DeBellevue told newsmen. Asked about a pilot's conscience, DeBellevue said: "We have feelings just like everybody else. I don't think you can say we're heartless killers. We're just doing the New phone service for job." Ritchie, pressed by newsmen on the issue of the war, said: "I think war is a terrible thing and something we all despise. I think there's something that's worse, and that's somebody that's not willing to fight for something he believes in." By CARL C. CRAFT WASHINGTON (AP) - The boxcar, workhorse of the railroad and home for yesteryear's hobo, wanders today through a maze of confusion and disrepair, say congressional investigators. Boxcars are battered up and hardly ever repaired; they trundle into the most unexpected places but frequently don't show up at all where they are expected, concluded a special investigating unit of the House Commerce Committee. The panel lamented conditions in the rail industry which foster what it called lax and wasteful procedures for administering the freight car fleet. "TYhe financial condition of many carriers is so poor that maintenance and repairs seem to be funded on a day- to-day basis with whatever cash is left after interest payments arc met," the investigators reported. The five-man subcommittee headed by full-committee Chairman Harley 0. Staggers. D-\V.Va., said governmental regulation "often compounds the inefficiencies of rail management with its own inefficiencies. Regulatory decisions are often deferred until an issue is no longer germane." In a 13,600-word report, the panel said the Interstate Commerce Commission has "a distressingly inadequate number" of service agents — 46 — to patrol operations of the nation's entire rail system, including some 20,000 stations and yards. President Nixon's Office of Management and Budget has blocked efforts to fill new agent positions authorized by Congress, the report said. The shortage of freight cars, a problem since at least 1887 when the first case was docketed by the ICC, has developed into a matter seriously retarding the growth corn- corn- the of "the single largest ponent in an industry prising one-fifth of nation's grow national product," the subcommittee added. Based on testimony by more than 100 witnesses appearing at hearings here and in Chicago, Houston, Fargo, N.D.., and Great Falls, Mont., the subcommittee said it found "a significant portion of car shortages is actually a result of misallocation." Champaign, Rockf ord teachers end strike today but Bensenville trict began (By the Associated Press) Striking teachers returned to their classrooms in Champaign and Kockford teachers in the elementary dis- a strike. A walk- oul of custodial and food service employes halted classes in Kankakee. 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