Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1960 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 27, 1960
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'AGE SIX ALTON KVENIMO TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 27,1960 em vf Area Men and omen In Armed Forces The folowing Naval fteierv- Alton's Electronic* Division 9-2 located tt W6A K. Broadway have returned from active duty after a two weeks period. Warren W. Cress, 305 WIN l)am» St., Bethalto, who had duty aboard the USS Farmington, (PCE • 8M> which sailed OUt of the Chicago port. Artillery and Missile Center Port Sltt, Okla. The training Is Shurtleff College, anelal management ance officer open* Banws of Route 2, Bunker HOI, is nerving aboard the aircraft USS Forrental operating with the U.S. Sixth Fleet In the Mediterranean. HURST. 24, «on of MM. Bernfce V. Mills, 508 N. Greenvlew, is a member of the 24th Infantry Division In Germany. Spl. Med- hnrst, n squad leader In Head- SCARCC IttOOD fHACTKW PROVtDBD WASHINGTON, By Science Service — A icarce blood fraction, vaccinia Immune globulin most common Infections occur when children with ectema are vaccinated or when eye* are accidentally infected. A prompt use of Vlo will prevent lots of school, and tions. PFC FRANKLIN L. WOOD- and Service Company FALL, son of Mr. and Mm. C. A.| Gerald L. Strieker, machln-jof the dvlslnn's 4fith Infantry. U'oodfall of 3-115 Badley, on leaveii"I'* rnatr fireman, USNR. sonkntered the Army In April 1953, •GtWdultd to end July 2. Moorr from p :) p asf) T ex as. left June of Mr. and Mrs. Arvtl L. Strlck-i»nd was stationed at Fort Polk, 1« being trained fo service and 17 for Forf Dlx. N. J. From er of 2 Wilshire St., East Alton. ;La.. '»for»» arriving oversea* on mBlntntn the 105 millimeter, n pre fa w iu go to Germany for, completed a two-week Naval!'his tour of duty in October howitzer, a light field-artillery !hvo yeaM ^\ity. The signal I Reserve Training cruise on the|l#> s His father. Dale E. Med- weapon. Me entered fhf Army f ., ir psman .who has been In sen--; Great Lakes, June 19, aboard i h u r! ". livps at 5244 Pirotte dr., last February and completed j,,,, since Mnr ch of 1958, has re-!the sceort vessel USS Daniel A. San Wego, Calif, basic combat training at Fort ,. n |i s icd for six years. ; .foy. ruAm v« r» rnwARn«j Leonard Wood, Mo. Moore at- ' ; '. „„',,«„ D ' 5^1 IS tended Wood River High School PVT. JAMES D. OLSEN. son! LT. MICHAEL P. TCHOtlKA- seamfln USN - son of Mr and and wan employed by Owens Oil.of Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Olsen. ; LEFF, executive officer in thei^ 1 ?. Archi ' > P Edwarf!s of Co.. Wood River, before enter- *M Amhi-rst Dr.. East Alton. i»i429th Quartermaster Company.! avf> • IS aboard Ing the Army. .PFC. PATRICIA JAMES, who has been a member of the Wo- Army ! receiving eight weeks of ad- vanned individual training at The Artillery and MUslle Center Fnrt Sill, Okla. The training K scheduled to end July 2. Corps months, |« on Mj flnrt maintain the Ki3 millimeter • i *>t|5 • ~* •~" 1 ' i iv;**M»r:»j ti> *^iitj «rui^ A* for Hjoispn is being trained to service 15 - day leavpjhowit/ct with her par- !weap on. enfc, Mr. and attended East Al'ton-Wood River a light field artillery 19-yeur-old soldier Mrs. James R. H a ga m a n of Lincoln Addn., Community High School. has just returned from Fort Sheridan, where his reserve Army unit spent two weeks In the field completing Its summer trainng program. Lt, Tchouka- leff. who resides at 524 Washington street, Is employed by the metals division of Olin Mat hie- son Chemical Company In St. Louts. Mis reserve -unit Is a graves registration company responsible for the location, verl- H " Rh A ;,*;; amha11 Mnarman jflcaton of Identification, and ev- East Alton. Sherman- USN son of Mrs. Nel- acuatlon ^ deceaged ppr80nne , is at the tJ. S M ' fe O'Brien of 2700 .Tudson. serv- in combnt areas during war. the destroyer escort USS Keppler which sailed from Newport, R.I.. June 9, to operate with the U. S. Sixth FKet in the Mediterranean. DELZ1E R. WILKINSON, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Wilklnfeon of Route 2, Godfrey, is serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Intrepid operating out of Norfolk, Va. (VIO), l* being distributed free to doctors by the American Na- ilonal Red Cross to offset complication* sometimes arising from smallpox vaccination. The vision. The fraction la obtained from the Wood of persons recently vaccinated against smallpox. READ T«l«|r«ph WANT ADS Dally Richard E. Adams. SR, US- MR, Route 2. Godfrey, duty on board the USS Lamar. <PCK- 899) out of Milwaukee. Wis., with llbert at the port of Conneaut, Ohio; Joseph H. Androff, BMI, USNR, 124 Eighth St, Wood River, aboard the USS Portage out of Milwaukee, Wls., with liberty at Cleveland; DoiWld E. Deucker, TEL2, US- NR, 151 Lincoln Ave.. East Alton, aboard the destroyer USS Gregory (DD-802) San Diego, Calif. Army Hospital.'Ing aboard the destroyer USS lD urlnR the encampment at Fort Fort E u s 11 s, Jaryls. took part In the 52nd_an-(Sheridan, the 429th received practical experience in its potential war-time mission by tak- Va. GARY L. SHEVVMAKE, son I nual Portland Rose Festival at Portland. Ore., June 8-13. of Mrs. Mabel Shewmake of j A contingent of 10 Navy ships! 1029 W. Ninth St.. enlisted in j visited the city during the festf- the U. S. Armyjval. The 3500 man complement of correcting some of the discrepancies in the burials in Fort Sheridan's military for'of sailors and Marines are tra- Cemetery This cemetery dates back to 1890. June 9. three year's ditlonally an important, part of duty. Enlisting the celebration, giving the cltl- under t h e zons of the area and thousands choose it your- of tourists the opportunity to self vocational visit with their Navy and Marine training, Show- Corps: nlloRt. mnke selerted Army Career, J"" 1 ?" I- Begnel, electronics' group 62; engi- technician second class. USN, 1 neer equipment son of Mr - and Mrs - Leonard J. maintenance. ReKnf>l nf m KIhle Sf - is serv He will be given inR "board the aircraft carrier '• leave after eight weeks basic l ' ss Forrcslal. operating with training, after which he will re- thfl l '- s - si * fh Flect '" the Medi- special training in heavy, terranean. A.Equipment, prior to permanent; Robept L _ Barneg _ aviatjon SP-4 ROBERT D. CAMJI FOR RESEARCH KINGSTON, Pa. iffl -r- Churrhes should do morp research into human motivations in connection with religion, says James W. Carty Jr., journalism professor at Bethany College. Bethany, W. Va. He told a meeting here that industry spends 11 billion annually on research to explore new frontiers of understanding, but the churches MED-'.spend only $$300.000 for research. 4TH A NASA ALTON ONLY . DIALtft IN THI ALTON-WOOD RIVER ARIA ir IT ISN'T LIKE THIS IT IS NOT rLEXSTEEL! INSIST ON LOOKING UNDER. NEATH BEFORE YOU BUY i YOUR LIVINGROOM FURNITURE. GET THE GENUINE! COME TO LAU Open Monday Nlfei Until 9 SEMIANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE SPECIAL PURCHASE ELASTIOIIEO STRAW • White • Hi • Natural • Mid-Hi Rhythm Step $11.91 Vahn Only $010 Third and State Sts. READ Telegraph WANT ADS Daily TELEGRAPH WANT ADS "CLICK 1 Pfc Phillip C. Duba. 19, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duba, 145 Virginia ave., East Alton, participated with other personnel from the 3rd Infan-, try Division in . largo- scale! S0 . N '. sol L° f Mr and Mrs ' Rus ' assignment. .boatswain's mate third class, MAJ. KENNETH L. PATTER- < J SN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin field training exercise in Germany June 15-22. The exercise, conducted under realistic combat conditions, xvas designed to evaluate the combat effectiveness of the unit, a major element of the NATO shield of defense In Europe. Duba, a rifleman In Company F of the division's 15th Infantry, entered the Army in February 1959 and received bask training at Fort Benning, Ca. He arrived overseas In September 1959. Duba is a 1958 graduate of Wood River Community High School. Specialist Four Robert H. Mosby, son of Mr. and Mrs, Jesse R. Mosby, Grafton, recently participated with other personnel from the 37th Artillery In Exercise Hawk, a flre-i power demonstration conducted! in lilesheim, Germany for 50 j members of the Defense Orien-i tation Conference Association.! The demonstration included Ar-i tillery and tactical air .support i for combat eliments of the 37th Artillery. Spec. Mostry, an armorer in the artillery's Head-j quarters Battery, entered the Army in November 1958 and received basic training at Port ; Leonard Wood. Mo. He wasi stationed at Fort Chat'fee, Ark.,' before arriving overseas in | April 195'J. Before entering the; Army, the 24-year-old soldier was employed by Owens Illinois Glass, Alton. He is a 1953 graduate of Jersey Community High [ School, Jerseyville. PFC. LLOYD MOORE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Moore. 164 i Weat St., Edwardsville. partici- : pated with other personnel from j the 4th Armored Division in ai field training expivisp in (irat- emvohr, Germany, which wasi concluded June 22. The exer-j else, conducted under realistic combat conditions, was designed to evaluate the combat effectiveness of the unit, a major j element of the NATO shield of defense in Europe. A senior rifleman in Company C of the division's 54th Infantry in Hell- bronn, Moore entered the Army in November 1958, completed basic training at Fort Hood, Tex., and arrived overseas in April 1959. The 19-year-old soldier is a 1958 graduate of Kd- wardsville High School. PFC. JEROME T. VONDER- HEJDT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Talford N. Vondei-iieidt. Route 2, participated with other per-i Konnel from the 4th Armored I Division in a field training ex-: ercise in Gralenwohr. Germany,: which was concluded June '£.'' The exercise, conducted under realistic combat conditions was designed to evaluate the combat effectiveness of the unit, a major element of the NATO shield of defense in Europe. A wheeled- vehicle mechanic in Headquarter* and Company A of the division's 1261 h Ordnance Bat-. tation in New Ulm. he entered the Army in .September 1958 completed basii training at Fort Leonard Wcxxl. Mo., and arrived overseas in April 1959. The 21-year-old soldier is a 1957 graduate «f Alton High School and was employed by the Alton Qil Company betore entering the Army PVT. NEAL K. MOORE son of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Moore 1$9 E. Alton Ave.. East Alton,; J» itceivtog eight weeks of advanced indisidual training at the sell L. Patterson. 353 Linden- iwod Dr., recently completed officer's advanced course at the Finance School, Ft. Benjamin 1 Harrison, Ind. Graduates of the' 38-week course are qualified to serve as comptrollers or finance officers at highest military levels. Major Patterson, who en- Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embMTMMMl by IOOM false teeth slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, talk of laugh. Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your plates, This pleasant powder gives a remarkable sense of added com ton and security by holding plates more tered the Army in 194L following j MiMyMSg his graduation from Alton Highi OetPAB' iL jt TZBTH ey. pasty taste le (non-acid). at any drug counter. SALE BEGINS TO-NITE! on famous form bras and Skippies e're bursting with bargains in every department SHOP TONITE TILL NINE P. M. SUMMER DRESSES Bight nowl In Mid-Season/ All dresses are from our regular stock — All from higher price ranges! JUNIORS - MISSES - HALF SIZES "BARBETTE" Cottons Regular $6.98 ^ Misses Sizes \ 10 to 20 Half Sizes I2| to 22 i SHEER COTTONS Short Sleeve Sleeveless Strap Shoulders A favorite Skippies 8& * 3 • 9 9 e fint quality FormfH Sklpplet-famoui for Uah» control! 0 GenHe nylon elottic nef ilimmlngf • firm lotin tlastic front panel! • 2'/i Inch waistband tlimi waitlllnel • Machine wathablel e Pontie No. 815-Girdle No. 915 • White, S.M.I. WIMUT FIBER FACTS: Rayon, eotton, rubber, elattic front panel; bod/ e'oitic, nylon, rayon, rubbed Romance Bra £& • Cool cotton with nylon lacel 0 "Nylo-Braid" circU-ititehtd cvpi for loiting 0 flaitic front release for comfort! • EJotttc back itrap releote for itretch rooml 0 long wearing telf >tropfl • Style No. 507, White, 32 to 36A, 32 to 381 and t FORMFIT Fllf I FACTS: All cotton with all nylon upper bo«t. JUNIORS' MISTS' Two for Fifteen SHEER PRINTS Jorsoys - Arnels AITON Bembergs Miitet and Half Sizos PARTY DRESSES Shotr Prints - Sheaths Full Gored Juniors MiSMS "Lingerie" DACRON AND COTTONS FULL LENGTH SLIPS Regular $ 6 $ 4 White Only Sizes 32 to 40 SUMMER ROBES COTTONS - FAST COLORS SANFORIZED Rtgular SJJ98 Now *^«W» Regular $C99 Now $4 SUMMER BLOUSES White and Assorted Colors Brokon Siies from 30 to 38 Reg. S2.9S and $3.98 $ Only 2 FORMALS - Special '16 Junior*' and Miues' up to "Sportswear" SHORTS SKIRTS JACKETS FED. PUSHERS SLACKS REGULAR $3.98 and 55.99 ONE THIRD OFF GLOVES NYLON MESH GLOVES White and Colors 198 Discontinued Style* 911 Regular I $4 25 1 Special Assortment Millinery Reduced OFF RAINCOATS '11 All weather Tweed, Etc. Regular to t

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