Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 26, 1950 · Page 16
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Member e! The Associated Preai Sc Per ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1980 JiWJKjr IS, 1S38, Alt on Industrial Exhibits Will Be Shown at Bank First National Bank A Trust Co. May 1 will launch a program called "A Salute to Industry," which will feature displays in the bank lobby of exhibits by Alton industries. Each Industry wjll be featured lor one week'* time. The displays will consist of table arrangements and exhibit panels, pictures, charts, etc., portraying Interesting features of Industrial development In ftnd about Alton. The program has received good response and promises to be one of Ihe most Interesting public relations programs the bank has ever entered upon, a spokesman commented. The following Industries will be represented: Russell-Miller Milling Co, Alton Brick Co., Olln Industries, Inc., Owens-Illinois Glass Co., Laclede Steel Co., Shell Oil Co., International Shoe Co., Luer Bros. Tacking Co., Standard Oil Co., •and possibly others. The program Is being Inaugurated by the First National Bank & Trust Co., In the interest of further Informing the people of the Alton area concerning these home industries, which play such a vital part in the progress and prosperity of our own community, the spokesman said. Exhibits, as they appear from week to week, will show the diversity, stability and growth of this industrial center. The bank cordially invites the public, to view these displays which are. to be regularly announced. The first'exhibit will be that of Russell-Miller Mlllinf Co., which will reflect the modernization of the conversion of wheat and other cereal grains Into flour. GAAC Endorses Reserve Recruiting Program The Greater Alton Association of Commerce is cooperating ^Ith oflher 'chambers, trade associations and the Chamber of Commerce of the United States in urging full support by employers of the current civilian reserve recruiting program for the U. S. armed forces. The importance of these civilian reserves is pointed up in a letter received today by President R. A. Gibson of the Greater Alton Association of Commerce from National Chamber President Herman W. Steinkraus. Praising past efforts of employers throughout the nation in support of th'ese reserves, Mr. Steinkraus observed that In many cases the civilian components of the Army, Navy Air Force, and Marine Corps have not bean entirely successful in obtaining the needed recruits. "They need your help and I urge your cooperation with the, local commands to aid them in 'building their required strength," ,he stated. / Replica of Liberty Bell to Be Here June 26 CHICAGO, April 26 (m — The downstate tour of a one-ton copper replica of the historic Liberty Bell will start May 22 at Jollet. From that date until June 30, the bell will be displayed In 3D cities in connection with the government's May 15-July 4 savings bond drive. Other cities and dates for display of the bell include: Springfield, June 13, Vandalia, June 14; Centralia, June 15; Mount Vernon, June 16; Belleville, June 19; East St. Louis, June 20; Cojllns- ville, June 21; Granite City, June 22; Edwardsville, June 23; Alton, June 26. Pledged to Sorority Miss Florence Wilson, daughter of H. M. Wilson, 2632 Watalee, Alton, became a pledge of the Gamma Phi Sorority at Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Ind., In a recent ceremony, A graduate of Alton High School, she is also active in the Pep Club and on the Torch staff, the campus newspaper. She is a freshman. John Adams, second President of the U. S,, once fought as a Marine during a sea engagement in 1778. DETROIT TIGERS' BEARDED FAN GETS SHAVED - Bernard McAuliffe, Marquette gasoline station proprietor, loses his beard when the Detroit Tigers got- off to a fast start this season and landed on i top in the American League. It was all part of a bet McAuliffe made i last summer not to shave until the Tigers led the league The loyal fan .kept his beard throughout the winter. Photo at left shows him j measuring the beard. Ar right he gets that clean-shaven feeling. — AP Wirephoto. InandOutof Service With Men of Area Lt. Garmody Graduated FORT RILEYiKAN.—Second Lt. Martin Philip Carmody, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Carmody of Fieldon, was graduated With class No. 21, Army Officers Candidate School, Fort Riley, Kan. Lt. Carmody received his commission in the organized Reserve Corps after 4 six months of,intensive training. Commissioned in the army ca- Znd. Lt. Cnrjnody valry, he now will attend the basic course at the armed- cavalry School at Fort Knox. Muir at Ft. Brngg HEADQUARTERS 82D AIRBORNE DIVISION, FORT BRAGG, N. C.—Pfc. Vilas E. Muir, paratrooper of the 319th Airborne Field Artillery Battalion, will partr iclpate in an airborne invasion at Fort Bragg, during April and May. This attack will be part of the RENT! • TYPEWRITER • ADDING MACHINE • CASH REGISTER FROM OFFICE MACHINES EXCHANGE 488 E. Broadway Dial 2-8448 army-air force airhead maneuver, "Exercise Swarmer", Involving fl force of 60,000 men anfl 600 aircraft. Pfc. Muir, son of Mrs. Thelma F. Calahen, 17«East Third, Alton, will, along with his unit, play a major roje In the air and parachute operations that will 'make "Exercise Swarmer" the largest peacetime airborne maneuver. Toll of Moles Out Of Holes Totals B Moles that have been acting un-molelike have aroused the curiosity of «ome residents In b the neighborhood of 1506 Langdon, the residence of Mrs, Florence Kieselhorst. Last weekend, Mrs. K found ft mole on the bricks of the driveway and later another on top of the ground. Frank Worden, husband 6t Mrs. K's niece, later found a couple more on top of the ground. The total of moles above ground at Ihe Kieselhorst re* sldence over last weekend was five. Moles are notorious for their lawn-wrecking activities and soi they were all executed promptly. But. no adequate explanation has yet been advanced as to why the moles left their natural underground habitat to expose themselves to danger above ground. » While spending $12,000,000 on a chain of luxury hotels, Ihe Dominican Government has placed the management of all links in the hands of nn American firm to make sure that American tourists get the kind of service they expect for their travel dollar. - 1 N s i D E WITH CANVAS AWNINGS Here's the ideal combination to assure increased summer pleasure and satisfaction. Let in the cooling breezes . . . keep out the hot sun. Your walls, furnishings, draperies are protected. You enjoy every moment of the long summer days. A wide variety of colors, designs, styles and patterns from which to choose. We gladly give estimates without obligation. 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