Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 2, 1956 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIFTEEN NetVS of Members I Ea*t Alton Canrrr Pad In Armed Forces Spvvin £ ( »«-»"p Vacations Joseph II. Androff, boatswains mate second class, USNH of the local Naval Reserve Unit, is on a four weeks cruise to the Far East. He is flying to California vt'here he will board military aircraft for the trip to Atsugi, Jn- pan, with slops en route at Barbers Point and Midway. In Japan he will board the USS Roanoke, a cruiser, for a sea trip to Hong Kong, B.C.C. and Manila, See KAST ALTON - Mrs. Josephine McCain, a spokesman for the East Alton sinvins group which moots r f ich month in tho First Baptist Church Iioi'f tn sew cancer dressings, sairl tho August meeting has boon suspended hern use of vacations. Tho group usually moots the third Thursday of ,<ach month. The next regular meeting will be held in September. Mrs. McCain also reported that the Daughters of Ruth Class of the First Baptist Church will not meet in August. That group is the Women's liiblp class of the Church and it. too, will resume monthly meetings in September, she said. P.T. From Manila he will fly home via Guam and Kwa.ialein. Androlf is a veteran of World | War II and has boon a member | of the. Naval Kosorvo at Shurt| Icff College for 2\a years. The cruiso ho is taking is an award 1o the unit for having finished in third place among electronics di- I visions in the Ninth Naval Dis- Hrict last year. Andrott is cm- ployod in the plant protection department: at Shell Oil Co. and resides with his wife at 607 Kaston St. AWARDS OF NATIONAL RECREATION ASSOCIATION were presented Wednesday night to (fr6m left) E. N. Jacquin, representing recipient S. T. Olin; G. A. McKini'iey and if. E. fluttenieyer—Staff Photo. Four Italian stamps will honor j A new pipeline for unloading the Winter Olympic Games at I oil from tankers is open at Ten- Cortina d'Ampc/zo. ; orifp. Canary Islands. New stamps in Vone/.uela will show public works such as hospitals and highways. 2 Youngsters Cut Heels On Glass in Area WOOD RIVKR Two youngsters with hoc I injuries inflicted when they stepped on pieces o[ glass were treated in the emergency room at Wood River Township Hospital Wednesday then released. The piece of glass lodged in the heel of 19-month-old Jerry McRae and had to be removed at the hospital. He is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Ora McRae of 98 W. Beach St., Wood River. Catherine Napoli, 11-iponth- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Napoli of Lincoln addition, received a puncture wound when she stepped on the glass. A lour-yrai-old youngster treated then released Wednesday was Mary Vel Blaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Blaine of 203 Maple St.. Roxana. Her mother said she was playing house in the paramo when she fell through a small storm window. Her injuries were described as a laceration to the web of the left hand, and lacerations of thp forehead and elbow. 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