Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 12, 1971 · Page 3
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A Principia student Shepard's daughter to watch over flock on moon trip By EARL MAUCKER Telegraph Correspondent Alice Shepard, 19-year-old daughter of astronaut Cmdr. Alan B. Shepard, will get time off from her studies at Prindpia College to watch her father command Apollo 14'to the moon. She win meet the rest of her family at Cape Kennedy in Florida on Jan. 31 to watch the launch, then return to the Houston space center to wait the remaining nine days of flight, until her father lands safely back on earth. "I am very excited for him," Alice said. "Its been 10 years since he has been up, and I am glad he is getting his chance again." Although flying to the moon may be considered as somewhat of an unusual and dangerous occupation, Alice L and C College OK's two-year vocation program doesn't seem a bit worried about the up-coming trip to the moon. "I am not worried or scared about the trip," Alice reported. "I know they wouldn't send them up there if they didn't think they could get them back." Although Alice is interested in the space program, she doesn't plan to concentrate her studies in any type of curriculum dealing with space or science. "I like to follow the space program," Alice said. "But as «• . far as majoring in any sort Jersey taxpayers of science, I don't think 1 Damon sparks YMCA toward new popularity Alton Evening .telegraph 'lxiesday r J,an. 12, l£f7l CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION 0* Alton Banking & Trust Cdi ROBERT DAMON 1SR to assist cer- The first two-year tificate occupational programs of Lewis & Clark junior college were approved Monday by the school's board. The courses in "industrial maintenance" are a "joint venture" with Owens - Illinois Co. OWI will supply classroom and lab space, while Lewis & Clark will supply the textbooks and instructors. It will include sequences in electrical and mechanical maintenance. The board also decided to contribute $500 to a public relations program designed by the Regional Industrial Development Corporation (RIDC) to improve the image of vocational-technical education. There is a "lack of acceptance 1 ' of vocational training and it is often regarded as for "those who can't cut it anywhere esle," Dr. Charles James of RIDC told the board. Kramer cited by DeMolays E. C. Kramer of -117 Brentwood was honored Sunday at Belleville when he received the DeMolay Legion of Honor Activities award from the International Supreme Council Order of DeMolay meeting there. The award was given for Kramer's activities in various areas of DeMOlay work and his involvement in other activities of the community. At the age of 16 Kramer became a member of the Edwardsville DeMolay chapter, and continued his Masonic affiliation after moving to Alton. He was a member of the Piasa Lodge. Kramer received the 32nd Royal Arch, and Scottish Rites degrees. He - is also a charter member of the Alton Jaycees, the Alton Civil Defense and Auxiliary Police, Toastmasters, High-12, and the Alton Motor Boat Club as one of the seven original purchasers and assistant commodore. For 11 consecutive years he was chairman of the annual boat races here. A former Alton businessman and owner of Kramer Electric on East Broadway for more than 25 years, Kramer also found time to be active in many phases of scouting and serves as an elder in the Evangelical United Church of Christ on Rte. 100. jKeasler to be first on ballot at East Alton East Alton Mayor Frank Keasler has captured the top spot on th« April 20 ballot seeking election to the two- year unexpired term of former mayor Charles Vanpreter. Mayor Keasler, a trustee appointed last spring by the other trustees to fill die mayor's chair until the election, and Eugene L. Barnett were the only two to submit their petitions Monday, which was the first day for filing. Robert L. Beachum, the only other candidate to take out a petition for mayor, has until Feb. 1 to file. Baraett, in the office of village clerk Lawrence Parr, selected the numbers, and came up with the number 2 spot on the ballot. RIDC proposes to use films, presentations and printed materials in the coming year to improve the image of vocational - technical education with teachers, counselors, students and parents in area high schools. A mass media campaign will also be conducted in newspapers, radio and TV, possibly culminating with a Vocational - Occupational Exhibition, James said. The RIDC had originally requested a $2,000 donation from Lewis & Clark. The board also approved the appointment of Virginia Lee Foster to the. $11,500 job of coordination of the nursing program. She will assist the program's director, Sister Virginia Boos. The board also agreed to rent the Monticello Chapel to Community Christian Church, after June 30. The church will use the chapel Sundays and Wednesday nights and it will be used for Lewis & Clark classes the rest of the time. will." She said her primary interest were either in music or religion, but added that she felt it was too early to make any definite decision on her major concentration. Alice told the Telegraph that some of the astronauts families were close artd others were not. "Actually the astronaut's wives are much closer than the children are," Alice said. "The wives have teas and the like for each other, but with the exception of a few special families I don't see many other children." Alice added that she isn't acquainted with Edgar Mitchell or Stuart Roosa,, who will be making the flight with her father because she has been away from home quite a bit recently. "I really haven't been home much recently," Alice said. "Before I came here I went to the upper school in St. Louis, (Principia prep school) and I haven't really had the opportunity to meet the others." Alice plans to pursue a four year education at Principia and told the Telegraph that she likes the area and the people she has met during the time she has spent in Elsah. JERSEYVILLE — A representative of t h e Illinois Department of Revenue will be available each Thursday at the courthouse to assist individuals in preparation of 1970 state income tax returns. Office hours each Thursday in the basement of the courthouse will be tetween 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Illinois income tax forms are also available at the Jerseyville oPst Office. PARTICIPATING STORES: Shop First at— Goldman's AG Market 1324 Highland, Alton Dial 465-8622 Neuhaus AG Market 201 Shamrock St., East Alton, 111. Dial 259-7214 After completing six years on the AIMn YMCA board of directors, two of which were served as president, Robert Damon of Alton, has led the 'Y' into a new area of public acceptance and increased popularity. Under Damon's leadership, programs have expanded, with the emphasis on family rather than just young men, membership has increased, a new staff recruited and the old YMCA building in downtown Alton has been sold. Damon, who has a B.S. degree in chemical engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, came to the Alton 'Y' faced With a high monthly mortgage payment and almost unbearable operating costs. ''We needed improved management and a greater involvement of board members in financial affairs to step up attractive programming," Damon said. (ADVERTISEMENT) Does Your "We were fortunate to have employed excellent staff people to implement new programs and create new ideas." often tackles problems first "After looking it over I un- Damon mechanical hand. "We had a problem in our heating, ventilating and steam Reluctant to accept all the room .- Damon reported, credit, Damon attributes the increased membership to the new and better facilities, the emphasis of family participation and the creation of non-physical programs. "We completed and opened our new facility in the fall of 1964," Damon said. "This alone increased our membership from 1,100 to 1,900." The 'Y' currently has a membership of approximately 2,500. Because of his background of Alton, Illinois ANI> SUBSIDIARIES at ttre Clos* flt -----^ on December 31, 1970. Pnbllsnefl In Response to Can of dm COM MISSIONER OF BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES Of «» State of Illinois. ASSETS 1. Cash and due from hanks (Including $ None un- posted debits) $ 3,802,79>4.46 2. U.S. Treasury securities 5,540,138.94 3. Securities of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations 500,000.00 4. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 5,373,389.55 5. Other securities (including $ None corporate stocks) 74,718.75 7. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 3,000,000.00 8. Other loans (including $1,426.82 ovedrafts) . 15,880,146.27 9. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 735,679.59 covered some trouble in the 10 - Real estate owned other than bank premises .. 1,799.71 ., 13. Other assets 22,611.50 piping system and was able . to repair it at a minimum 14. TOTAL ASSETS ..$34,931,278.77 expense." liABlurms Although the membership is 15. Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, . and corporations ............................ $12,912,789.16 on the rise and the scope of 16 . rime and savings deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .................... 15,892,781.82 17. Deposits of United States Government ......... 263,210.83 ig. Deposits of States and political subdivisions .... 1,037,683.84 , 21. Certified and officers, checks, etc ..... ....... . 839,815.50 dirpctors in late Tanuarv or 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS .............. $30,946,281.15 anectors in late January or (a) Tota , demand deposlts ....$14,463,499.33 (b ) Totnl time and savings deposits ................... $16,482,781.82 programming increasing, ' b , t . . 6 Damon plans to retire as president, of the board of early February. He is currently employed as i n chemical engineering, Corporation. the manager of the Market 27. Other liabilities 1.110.968.80 Research and Plans, Energy 28 TOTAL UABIL1T1Eg $32,057,249.95 Systems Division of OHn . For horn* comfort, ADD MOISTURE TO WINTER-DRY AIR! Vapor All AUTOMATIC HUMIDIFIER and air frtthvncr *54' s Efficient "water-wheel" filter belt soaks up water like a giant sponge . . . powerful fan quietly distributes moisture throughout your home (up to 2500 sq. ft., average 7 room house). Furniture-styled walnut-grain vinyl -on -steel cabinet. N, N. 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Send name, address, zip to: Memory Studies, 835 Diversey Pkwy., Dept. 5991, Chicago, 111. 60614. FITCH'S Certer Washington & Beltline 465-9720 Road Service Tune-Ups • Complete Winter Service Quality Mobil Products Mobil SNOW TIRES Brake Service Exhaust Systems i 'n More TOP VALUE STAMPS On All Product 'S Washington ft BeWlne SERVICE CENTER 465-972C RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 30. Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) . • •$ 265,945,58 32. Reserves on securities 100,000.00 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES $ 365,945.53 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 35. Equity capital, total (Items 37 to 40 below) ...$ 2,508,083.29 37. Common stock—total par value 500,000.00 (No. shares authorized 50,000) (No. shares outstanding 50,000) 38. Surplus 750,000.00 39. Undivided profits 958,083.29 40. Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves 300,000.00 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (Item 35 above) $ 2,508,083.29 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (Items 28, 33, and 41 abovo) $34,931,278.77 I, Warren P. Chappee, V. P. & Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition Is true and correct, to the best, of my knowledge and belief. Correct — Attest: WARREN P. CHAPPEE LAWRENCE KELLER, JR.) V. JOS. WARDEIN ) Directors HOMER E. CLARK, JR. ) State of Illinois, County of Madison, ss. (Seal) Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th day of January, 1971. My commission expires 7/3/73. VIOLA WELLING, Notary Public at Block East of the Wedge Bank) The°Elegant Style is°NEW... The Value is Outstanding STORE HOURS 9:30 TO 5:00—MON. AND FRI. 9:30 TO 9:00 104 W. THIRD 465-8851 LADIES' UNTRIMMED REGULAR $55.00 BRAND NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED. TERRIFIC VALUES AT A PRICE YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS. CHOOSE FROM PLAIDS, OR SOLIDS, TEXTURED OR SMOOTH FABRICS. Just Look at the Beauty of This BIG NEW BEDROOM OUTFIT See this new and pleasing bedroom value. 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