PVT. CHERYL 3. ftO&S Pvt. Michael S. Wallace Pvt. Ross ends basic training Pvt. Cheryl j. ROSS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl F, Bailey, Carlinville, recently completed basic training at the Women's Army, Corps Center in Ft. McCIellan, Ala. A 1970 graduate of Carlinville High School, she entered the service in September. Spec. 5 Harold L. Pollard, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy G. Pollard, Bethalto, recently participated in Exercise Acid Test III, a northern Warfare Training Operation at Ft. Greely, Alaska. Pollard is a stock control specialist in the 171st Support 'Batallion stationed at Fort Wainwright, Alaska. Pfc. Keith G. Sedlacek, 19, son of Mr. and • Mrs. George Sedlacek, Edwardsville, has been awarded the combat Infantryman badge while on duty in Vietnam. He is a 1969 graduate of Edwardsville High School. Spec. 4 Leonard L. Chapman, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Chapman, Staunton, was awarded the Army Commendation Medal while serving in Vietnam. He is a 1968 graduate of Civic Memorial High School. Sgt.'Carl C. David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton C. David, Dorsey, has received the Bronze Star for service near Long Binh, Vietnam. Sgt. David is a 1952. graduate of Alton High' School. His wife, Barbara, is living in Germany. Spec. 4 Jerry W. Williams, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. •William B. Williams and wife, Kathy, live in Hartford, is assigned to'the 304th Signal Batallion near Seoul, Korea. He is a 1966 graduate of East. Alton-Wood River Community High School and was employed at Alton Box Board before entering the army. Spec. 4 Larry L. Lacey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell K. Lacey, Edwardsville, has received the Bronze Star for service in Vietnam. He is a 1965 graduate of Edwardsville High School and attended Southern Illinois University. Pvt. William E. Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Evin Allen, wood River, is assigned to the Training Center at the Army Armor Center in Fort Knox, Ky. Spec; 4 Roger C. Lowery, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowery, Roxana, has been 1 assigned as a clerk of the 18th Military Police Brigade in Long Binh.' In the Marines, Pvt. Theodore T. Sigite, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F. Sigite of Alton, has graduated from basic training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego. Also finishing basic training at the depot were Pvt. Jimmie Sanders, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Isiah Sanders of Alton; and 'Pvt. Michael S. Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Wallace, Alton. At Camp Pendleton, Calif., Richard L. Grimes', son of Mrs. Francis Jones, Alton, and Thomas F. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. David F. Wilson, Alton, were both promoted to Marine Pfc. after completing combat training. In the Navy, both Seaman Richard A. Pointer, son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Pointer, Bethalto, and Seaman App. James W. Berry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Berry of Hartford, returned to their homeport at Norfolk, Va., aboard the aircraft carrier USS America recently. In the Air Force, Michael E. Newton, son of Mrs. Virgil S. Newton of Edwardsville, recently completed flight training at the Air Force Academy in Colorado. Laurence L. Casada, son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Casada, Highland, was in the same program. He is a 1967 graduate of Highland Senior High School. Tech. Sgt. Raymond J. Mackeldon, ,son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Mackeldon, Godfrey, ' has been named Outstanding Supply Noncommissioned Officer of the Year at Scott AFB, in ' Belleville. He is a 1953 graduate of .Alton High School and attended San Antonio College. AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT! Dramatic new Gooleratop humidifier stops I Model C-5J beautifully! Beautiful traditional-styled humidifier keeps air fresh and moist all winter. You enjoy'more comfort with less heat, .save money on fuel bills, protect furnishings from dry*air damage, Automatic operation, Extra quiet, Portable, Wide range of models, capacities and prices available. SPECIAL OFFERS ]; We will give you a Humidity aod Tempera-i; ! ture Gauge with your purchase of a ; Coolerator Humidifier! Offer lUnited, , Open ' Moo. & frl. •Til 8 pan. HLian REFRIDERHTIDI1 p.m. Executives' sixth sense can be tested Alton Evening Telegraph Monday, Dec. 28, 1970 B-3 CHlCAfeO (DPI) - A New Jersey research scientist has devised a test to determine which business executives use a "sixth sense" to improve their company's profits. E. Douglas Dean, research director of the Psi communications Project at the Newark College of Engineering, reported to a session of the American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting here on a study of extra sensory preception ESP involving 67 company presidents. Dean's study, which required the executives to guess a 100 - digit number selected at random by a computer, indicated that those with unusual predicting ability in business produced high scores on the test. fvt. Jimmle Sanders Pvt. Theodore Sigite • 10-year toll in Indochina SAIGON (AP) — This traces the rate at which Americans have ,been killed in action in Indochina in the last decade: 1961-11. 1962—31. . 1963—78. 1964-147; 1965—1,369: 1966-5,008. 1967—9,378. 1968-14^92. 1969-9,414. 1970-4.JOO.plus (figures incomplete). It's Our Winter • Jacqueline • Corelli • Connie • Forecast usually $13.00 to $23.00 NOW When you want the latest looks at really big savings, our Winter Semi-Annual Shoe Sale's the place to be! All this season's biggest sellers are here to buy now and wear now. So, now's the time! Come on in and save! DOWNTOWN ALTON Open Tonight Until 9 Fall and Winter Dresses Originally $26 to $80 12 90 to 39 90 All of our fall dresses plus many new holiday fashions in this group. From our top makers in polyester, acetate prints, some wools—misses and half sizes. Entire Stock Festive Dresses REDUCED 1 Y* and more For all mid-winter parties, choose one of these glamorous dresses in gold and silver tones, plus some velvets, misses sizes. Sale Sportswear Clearance Junior-Regular Sizes TOPS, PANTS, SKIRTS, SWEATERS 7l tO </2 Off L SAVE CHARGE IT Sears Revolving Charge V"> "'<-*• ^p iv'^ ,.*•*"" •" ,..'"*"„ X •:.. .••v^'""-^: '^ *»•>.•'.<,, 'X, Wet Look Coats Values to $55 190 Our exciting wet looJc coats in regular and midi length with pile interlining, choose from wine, green, black—misses sizes. Fake Fur Coats WERE $125 69 90 ••••^•••.il A" ;V\a«. i«TSW.?«fe. -.-S.'' •*. <'• •- '••,,../ ,„,.!*, ,;>.-.,v:.-sS;?*,,<. ,.-:. v;::u»-.-IJi^lHHBBHI^^HI^BHHI^^B^HH^^i^^H^HI PERMA-PRESr Contour Criss-Cross Bra Regular $1,69 each Dacron polyester and cotton cups, frame. Stretch elastic bottqm band helps hold bra comfortably in place. Fabric straps adjust, have elastic back release. Elastic insert between cups. Lasting new- nfSs washing after washing. A, B, C cup in 32-38. White only, for ON SALE Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Sears Or Your Money Rack 9BAI5,80«BUC& AND W. 809 f Ittsa Alton. Illinoii , Phone 4ft5-50U Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 5:80 pan. Open 3 Night* A Week Monday anU Friday 8:00 a.m. to 0:00 p.m. A real treat, fur trimmed, and untrimmed—a wide assortment of fabulous fakes—regular and midi length—misses sizes. Midi and Max! Coats Were $65 to $100 Value |90_CQ90 Two wanted lengths for juniors, in tweeds and soft woolens, you'll be set for cold days ahead. Misses, Women's Coats 39 90 -59 90 Famous makers in fine assortment of novelty and solid color, all-wool coats. Marvelous savings, 8 to 20. Wool Costume Suits $60 to $195 Terrific values—select from suits in various coat lengths, som e pant suits — wool knits and woven fabrics. Some fur trimmed. Misses si;es.
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