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Part 1 - Admiral To Talk Oct. 11 Schindler Looks Forward...
Admiral To Talk Oct. 11 Schindler Looks Forward to Visit A native of New Glarus who has risen to one of the highest positions positions in the Navy Department vyil! come to Monroe next month to give the main talk at the annual dinner dinner of the Chamber of Commerce. He is Rear Adm. Walter G. Schindler, assistant chief of naval operations in charge of fleet operations operations and readiness. The invitation invitation to Adm. Schindler was made in line with a chamber policy to seek out prominent persons whose backgrounds lie in Green County or Monrce. Forest, Kubly is chairman for the banquet, which will be held in Turner Turner hall. Some tickets still remain, he said, and persons wishing reservations reservations have been asked to contact contact Alvin Kublv immediately. - Iiva letter to The Evening Times, Adm. Schindler said his wife will be coming with him on the ii-ip to Monrce and they are looking forward to it with "a great deal of pleasant anticipation. "As a New Glarus bey, I always considered Monroe a big city where they had fairs, horse races, carnivals, a Courthouse and two railroad stations. Happily, I retain those boyhood impressions and always always look forward to a • visit to Monroe." The admiral was born in New Glarus Dec. 10, 1897, and was married married in 1923 to the former Flora Streiff. daughter of Fred Streiff, New Glarus. She died in 1944 and in 1946 he was married to Arline Williams. He has two daughters, Betty REAR ADM. SCHINDLER To Speak at Annual Dinner Jane, who is married to Maj. H. E. Thompson, and Marv Ann, married married to Lt. W. C. Powell. The admiral admiral has five grandsons. Adm. Schindler attended grade school in New Glarus, St. John's Military Academy, Delafield; University University of Wisconsin, U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis; U. S. Naval postgraduate school, studying ordnance ordnance engineering, and the National National War College, Washington, D. C. Adm. Schindler has seen sea duty in the Pacific fleet on every

Clipped from Monroe Evening Times25 Sep 1954, SatPage 1

Monroe Evening Times (Monroe, Wisconsin)25 Sep 1954, SatPage 1
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