Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 25, 1956 · Page 31
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25,1956 ot Members tn Armed Forces STEVEN VALDO VELLOFF, specialist second class, formerly '.with Co. C. Reserves, is at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. where he is tinder-going training in the U. S. ' Army. His present rating, equivalent to sergeant, was earned at rneetings and summer encampments of the Reserves. Spec. Velloff is the husband of Mrs. Carol Velloff of 1233 Brown St., an employe of Lukcn Insurance., S'nte street. Prior to beinp call ed to active duty he attended o.<artleft College and \vas eirv ployed at Alton Box Board Co. JACK C. SHOCKLEY, who completed the initial phase of aviation cadet program at preflight school, Lackland, AFB, Tex., reported Monday to Graham Field, Marianna, Fla. Prior to his enlistment, Cadet Shockley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Shockley of 2212 State St., and .a 1955 graduate of the University of Illinois, was employed by General Motors Corp., at Indianapolis, Ind. He was on leave ten days before leaving for his present duty. • EMPTY DESK In foreground will be occupied by new Air Force recruiter, M.Sgt, Purzycki, shown shaking hands with S.Sgt. Ralph Gonzales, in new quarters at 101 E. Broadway. Left is S.Sgt. Floyd Robertson, who will go to Lincoln AFB, Neb., following 30-day leave during November. Sgt. and Mrs. Ptirzyckl and two children, Judith, 11, and Donna, 5, reside on Virginia avenue, Brighton. He has been in service .10 years, eight of which nave been spent in Hawaii, 1030-38; Japan, 1946-40; and Germany, 1051-54. His last duty was as food service technician, at Wright Patterson, AFB, Dayton, Ohio. BfiMA Notes Death Of 5 Business Men Passing of five longtime Alton business man—all of whom had been in business for more than 50 years, was noted today by a representative of thp Downtown Business Men's Association. Firsl of the five to die- was L. M. Carr. an assistant cashier at First National Bank & Trust Co., who passpd away last April 19. His death was followed on April 27 by Louis A. Schlafly, pres- idr-til of First National Bank & Trust Co. On Oct. 3. Dr. A. Don Stocker, dentist, expired, and seven days later, August F. Barth, druggist, a near and long time business neighbor of Dr. Stocker. died. Last of the five was William C. Clark, proprietor of rug and drapery store in the West End for more than half a century, whose % Fire* ExttnRtiiMied Fitt* calls Wednesday included one to 408 W. Fourth St., owned i; by Mrs. George Hinderhan, where j a trash fire had ignited grass; which, in turn, set fire to a! porch and caused minor damage, j Engine companies 1 and 3 re- j sponded. At 2:21 p. m. No. 3; company responded to 2418 Kohler St.. where a grass fire was put out. funeral was held this morning. All five of tlin former business men were in or near the 80th year of their lives. Another death—the sixth recent ly—of a prominent Alton business j man was that of -Joseph Brandt, | who had not attained the num-! ber of years in either business or j age as the other five, died Oct., 15. He was proprietor of a hardware store in the East End. GOLDMAN'S MKT. Phone $4923 PhoM 3-8422 Luef'« Roll „ _ _ Chili & can Chili Beans both 59c fcupPs t - PORK SAUSAfiE ,_, .^3 J^MT U. S. (Komi .Sliced Chuck Roast ">39c Bacon . 3'»<89c £49' PORK LOINS, Whole, Half Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Staple Shooters Nabbed By Prey; Fined $12 OKLAHOMA CITY iff) — Traffic officer \V. L. Williams was minding his own business ; writing parking tickets for autos in front of an office building when—zing! — he was bombarded with a flurry of wire staples. Furious, but unable to locate the source of the flying missiles, he called in another policeman to I set a trap. Setting himself up as a target again,. Williams caught another) barrage. But fellow officer R. L. 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