Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1953 · Page 20
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April 15, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

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ALTON EVENtNO TELBORAPIf WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, CANOTAL "And then I found out that it's the AMERICAN Legion that has all those swell conventions!" Elsali ELSAH — The Methodist Church is sponsoring a ha'tery sale in the church annex Thursday from 3 to 7 p. m. Cakes, pies and bread, all homemade will be on sale. George Adney and chidren, Ken- GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRING neih and Betty Lou, of Hammond. Ind.. visited their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Adney, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ray Frakos of Jerseyvllle substituted teaching in the lower room for Mrs. Seago Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. George L. Kleeber returned home Monday from St. Louis where she visitied relatives and friends for two weeks. Road Telegraph Want Ad* HAND ENGRAVING H \ ^ [»'' i i ,t 1 1 n-i\ \ ,n i; r ,i \ r r SCHOENBORN JEWELERS \llm\. III. LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO EAT? STOP AT THE STOP 'N EAT 2804 E. Broadway Phone 3-0842 Southern Pan-Fried Chicken in boxes to go, also table and counter service. Call in your order. ' Open Monday Through Friday 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Saturday All Nlte Closed All Day Sunday AVENUE SHELL SERVICE OEIUXE CNAMflOH MIMNOII TUII IW Mmttrpbw Tin CuiKm fomows-for-Vo/uj Tir«$lont CHAMPIONS Reduced During This vow AVENUE SHELL SERVICE EDWARDSVIUE ROAD & WOOD RIVER AVENUE Phone 4-7214 Wood River, Hoftpltal Motes <4 ft lift Meftoeaf Treatment Rebecca Knight, 015 Wiliard John Thayer, 3000 Forest Mrs. Alma Carrlgan, 2311 Edmund Milton Otwell, Pearl Henry Oilier, 3308 Belle Mrs, Anna Kranz, 1710 State Mrs. LHIle Trihble, 204 Mounter Thomas Blackwell, fleldon Owen Crow, Godfrey Mr* Ann Whltten, 1434 Harrison • Snrglrnl Treatment Lloyd Wall, Cottage Hills Frances Glowczewskie, 431 Prospect, Wood River Wesley Lehnen, Bethalto Mrs. Mary Carlton. Godfrey Kevin Lasswell, 1207 Wlllarrl Thomas Terry, 54 West Ferguson, Wood River Miss Marietta Kettumer, Monticello College Donald Kesslcr, 227 Elm, Roxana George Fllrjpo, 2953 Hillcrest Miss Joyce Scoggins, 231 Madison Mrs. Nellie Manley, Bethalto Mrs. James Borman and Infant Son, Brighton Edward Glassmeypr, Moro Wooil fttoer Township Medical Treatment Mrs. Margaret Wood, 312 Whitelaw • ' Mrs. Anila White, 236 Arbor, Allori Mrs. Alice Sexton, 580 George Mrs. Laura P. Elliott, 165 E. Madison Howard C. Daniel*, 403 Haller, East Alton William A. Cooper, 216 Front Alton Larry D. Stewart, RR No. 1, Godfrey Surgical Treatment Virginia & Roger Dale Vetfcr, Dow Mrs. Barbara Fisher, 425 Wood River Ave. Mrs. Lois Elmore, 137 E. Acton Russell Stewart, 600 Monroe, East Alton Henry GeUen, Alton Dismissal* Mrs. Etta Smith, RR No. 1, East Alton Mrs. Viola Shepard, Roxana Mrs. Helen Patton \and infant son, RR No. 1, Bethalto Joseph Hogan, 1716 ] ,i Scovell, Alton Beverly Ann Padgett, South Roxana Royeden E. McCracken. Soldiers and Sail»rs Home,' Quincy, 111. Carl Feltes, Bethalto Mrs. D r u s i 1 1 a Sheppard, 200 Cooper, East Alton James Stickols, 835 Rice Mrs. Margaret Wood, 312 Whitelaw Mrs. Betty Furlow and infant son, fitthiiro Jtmmy Lee Titatvorth, South Rosann ft. Jofepfe'f Mertltfftl f r*»Htrw»nt John Skrheck, Shadylane, East Alton Connie Sue Ross, Fair-view Dr. Jnnot Ix!P Branom, 14,1 Third, Rn.xana Miss Caroline Tardlno, 442 Tip- Ion, Wood River Mrflrol Trnntmpnt Daninl Vlnyard, 879 State, Wood River Mrs. Marie I,antz, 1731 Rodgers J. R. Gater, 909 Rock Leslie J. Llllls, 605 Central Hfm Undergo Change of Life In Middle Age Roy Bnfty, Carrnlllon Mrs. Clara Dimlm and Infant daiiRhfer, Bunker Mill Leo Green, Route 1, Godfrey Mrs. Rose Hatrher, 3205 Oakwood Patrlrla Kelly, 200 Kast Elm Mrs. Bertha Komnlrk, Route 2, Bunker Hill Mrs. Elter Rae Madison, Cottage Hills Mrs. Virginia Massalone, 211 Doris Mrs. Loretta Rltter, Jerseyvllle Mrs. Margaret Ryan and infant daughter, 915 Royal Miss Lynda Dian Schwegel, 43!) Last Third James Sirns. 1321 Taylor Mrs. Minnie Thomas and infant son, Godfrey John E. Unthank, 324 Church, East Alton William L. Wells, Route 1, Oakwood By fPMim C/WBf Pwas ftflicwc ATLANTIC CTTY, N.J. <P~Many men In tHelr fifties undergo an emotional "chanRe of life" that often ran lend to suicide If untreated, a Nnvy psychiatrist said today. The condition, said Capt. George N. Raines, is somewhat similar to the emotional tension and anxiety that effects some women during the female menopause which Is nrtunlly a physical "change of life." After the menopause, a woman loses ability to hear children, hut maintains sexual potency. Tn the female "changes", Raines snfrt, there are distinct physical alterations in the balance between certain glandular and nervous systems to help account for emotional effects, but he said there Is no evidence that a similar physiological change takes place In men — at least to a degree that would tie, In any major way, with the anxiety upsets noted in some flftyish men. Raines Is chief of the Navy's neuropsychlatry branch and director of the department of psychiatry at Georgetown University School of MenlcllW. The term 'male mmoptute' fas been sscriotd to tHwc fmotwmi disorders which are somewhat common In men after* a certain age," Raines told the annual meet* ing of the American College of Physicians, "but there is fair ree» ognition that the term Is «om§. thing of a misnomer." He Said the symptoms occur largely In men "who have set goals so high they are impossible of attainment." "They are actually successful men who feel that failure threatens them," he added. "Most of them are married to their work as well as their wives, and they are bothered by fancied threats, the nature of which they can't always put their finger on." He told a reporter later that they are at. the age where they arc slowing down. Meanwhile, they might erroneously feel they are losing prestige at home, that the Ceneologlsts have traced the an- cpstry of Queen Elizabeth II of England to Woden, Fourth Century Germanic tribal king, later defied as Odin for whom Wednesday ls~named. ALT-WOOD THEATRE TEL. -<? zi/4 Old St. Louis Rond Between East Alton and Wood River Open at 8:15—Show at 7:00 2 SHOWS NIGHTLY Rain or Clear TONIGHT & THURS. 2 - Swell Hits - 2 COLORFUL ACTION! Shown at 9:15 WIN A FREE PASS TONIGHT! If you're brave enough to see both pictures, you will receive a free pass good for a future date. 2 of the Greatest Horror Pictures of All Times Shown By 7:00—9:40 P.M. BORIS KAKLOPP IN "FRANKENSTEIN" Shown at 8:25 p. in. Only BELA LI GOSI JN '"DRACULA" THURS, • FRI, - SAT, Shown at 7:00—8:45. flu* Two Curtoook. Due to Length of Both Pictures — One Complete Show Will Be Presented F,ach Xight! Plus 2nd Hit at 7:45 COUMMU PKTUKS pilMilM LORETTA YOUNG plus Selected Featurettes Children Free with Adults ff££ PLAYGKOUW STATI — TONITE — 4 HOUR SHOW!! CORNBL WILDE PHYLLIS THAXTER —In— "OPERATION SECRET" Shown at 9:00. THRILLS IN THE AIR "WILD BLUE YONDER" Shown at 7:15. CARTOON SHORT THURSDAY ONLY PAL NIGHT 2 Admitted for tin Price of One TWIN HORROR BILL! TONITE -THURS. FRI. • SAT. Robert Mltchum— Susui Hayward "THE LUSTY MEN" Shown 7:15. RKO pictur John Payne— Susan Morrow THE BLAZING FOREST" THchuicolor—Khown 9:13 Paramount Picture EXTRA! 3 CARTOONS wul mnw o*£W 1 SHORT — PLUS*— Starlight DRIVE IN THEATRE Rottfe 140—College Ave, oM ntin't iwwf doifn't offflf to much Weight ai it enw did Trim, real disturbance emothjrwlly comet from trying to adjust to real or fancied stresses white In that slowed«down physiological gtatt." He said the pattern represents a distinct change In the man's personality and Is therefore treatable by psyfchiatric care. "And unless treatment is given," Raines told the doctors, "the suicidal rifle is high." Read Telegraph Want Ads, FoWlR Hi Snrpi The Reptibfhs ot Ptntnii now rffifcs fourth tnwMf the rtMflMtffni (HrtWiw of tft§ WOMB with ft totil of 3,740,080 tont rtjflitlflif 'Wider its flag, Panama City reports. Listed ahead of Panama are thf United State* wKn m,«48,WW tons; British Commomvealth with 88,327,000 torts ind Norway with »,gOf,on-fons, The Wggett gains in tonnagt ilnet 1989 have heen registered by the United Statel with 13,883,000 tons, Panama 3,« 023,000 tons and Norway 1,,072,« 000 tons. 2 SHOWS NICHTIY RAIN OR CLEAR TONITE & THURS. 2 - BIG HITS - 2 Shown 7:00 10:08 IB JOSEPH GOTTEN SHELLEY WINTERS: SCOn BRADY sVZANULL I Ull 2nd Hit Shown 8:42 IWTlNAUSKA Children Free TONITE - THURS. Ray Milland - Martin Gabel Rita Gam "THE THIEF" 9:09 Gerald Mohr - Rita Moreno Liilo Rios "THE RING" 7:37 SELECTED SHORTS Coming Friday "CONFIDENCE GIRL" "I KILLED GERONIMO" fARKINQ IN REAR Or THEATER Continuous ^W^ Ooora Open 7 to 11 p.jn. TONIGHT THURSDAY Martin llaycraft, Manager LUCY AND DESI m a top talent musical with 8 Rodgerf • ALSO SHORT MATttflRKS DAltf 12 rM Today ft ThorUlf THE BRUTAL (NSIDE STOIOf Of THE HOST OKRUG CRIME OF THE OUTCRY! Shown 1:10 8:10 5:15 7:20 9:20 EXTRA! CARTOON * NEWS Gregory Peck Helen Westcott "THE QUN FIGHTER" Shown at 4:30 7:50 • LAST TIMES TODAY —— MATINEES DAILY 12:45 if Gregory Pack if Anne Baxter "YElCOW SKY" Shown 6:00'9:20 3 BIG DAYS THURSDAY • FRIDAY • SATURDAY ifi Every Darkened Cornerl \ TNI ^ ~~-m— BLACK JISI1I I UMVtU*l.*ntlNAnONAl »icnw «• , innrrur n • i/»ninrr STEPHENMcNALir RlChard bnthNt • BoriS KAKLUi r MUIACORDAY.IONCHANH Shown 1:00 3:50 6:45 9:80 PLUS— Today's West Rocks With Old Time Violence! OUTWIT FUGITIVE GUNNfeU Shown 2:30 5:85 8:10 • TONIGHT and THURSDAY • OPKN 6:30 2 of This Year's OUTSTANDING Motion Pictures On One Show! OLIVIA deHAVjlUNO Jennifer JONES Chorlton HESTON KAMI. MAU3EN Shown 8:30 Khown Tt80 VITA A PASTEURIZED, HOMOGENIZED SKIMMED MILK PRODUCT. 2% BUTTERFAT, 10% MILK SOUDS, NOT FAT. VITAMINS D AND A ADDED. VITA VITA Available at Stores and From the DRESSEL - YOUNG and ELH DAIRY Milkman at Slightly Leo Than Milk Prices. The Nomt VITA is Oui Itgtttefftf node If oik and Me? 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