Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1963
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-MONDAY, ,tULV 1,1963 ALf ON EVENING TELEGtUPtf MONDAV, .JULY i, 1963 Strem is on Safety for Boat Week National Safe Boating Week, set by presidential proclamation for this week to dramatize the need for care on the nation's water- Ways, is an appropriate time to examine your present safety equipment for serviceability. Here are some suggestions from the outboard people on what to look for: Children's life jackets come in different sizes, rated to support youngsters in different weight ranges. Compare your children's ivelgbj today against the figures printed on Jacket labels to make sure the tots haven't exceeded their jackets' weight capacities. See that jacket straps are readjusted to fit comfortably on those rapidly growing wearers. Check the condition of buckles and see that straps are securely fastened to the jackets. Buoyant life cushions used by adults need inspection too. Compare yours with new ones. Are| they noticeably flattened? If so,! tt would be wise to test their i buoyancy by actual immersion. Check two things on your fire extinguisher. Those which have pressure gauges should show pres- j Sure within the designated limits, j Then study the handle and trig- i ger a s s e m b 1 y. If something; Man Back From S* Vietnam CARBONDALE, III. - The first member of a group of southern Illinois educators who have been working in South Vietnam for the past two years was expected to return this week. Alex Reed, chairman of Southern Illinois University's animal industries department, and his wife, Marie, are returning after stopping en route at New Zealand and Australia. Dr. Reed (Carbondale) is one of eight members of an SIU team which worked with the Vietnamese government and educators there to strengthen elementary teacher training in that strategic Southeast Asian country. The program of improving the elementary teacher training program is being financed by the U. S. Agency for International Development (AID). Also returning from Saigon in the next few weeks are Dr. Willis is bent, jammed, or corroded, or the safety seal is broken, better have a qualified person put things right. Pull hard on anchor, mooring and dock lines to test for unsuspected weak spots and replace them if necessary. In the Military E. Malone, (Carbondale), chief of the advisor team, who is expected here about Aug. 1; Dr. and Mrs. Fred J. Armistead, (Harrisburg), who are leaving Saigon June 30; and Dr. Mabel Bartlett, (Carbondale), who is leaving July 30. Some team members are returning by wny of Europe. One member of the original group — Dr. Harold H. Lerch — returned to (ho States last March. He is a coordinator in the SIU office of research and projects which is supervising the Vietnam project. Another team is being sent from SIU for two more years under the provisions of the AID contract. Three of the four Vietnam teacher training schools are in territory under guerrilla attack from the Viet Cong. SIU advisors logged 1.-100 air miles each month in flying from school to school since ground travel was considered dangerous. THAT'S A HEAL DUAG ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) —Police recently received a report of the ultimate in drag rac- ng. A Largo motorist reported to don't run off on your vacation wit Stout TRAVELERS CHEQUES Don't let tlic thought of losing your money ruin your vacation this year. Take along the "Safe Money" American Express Travelers Cheques . . . acceptable anywhere anil promptly refunded if lost or stolen. only a penny a dollar at Bunk" t nicks racing along St. burg's 3-lth Street. Peters- •/ A former Alton policeman, Robert te. Starkey, 30, has been appointed to the rank of Army STAKKEY Warrant Officer-1 at Camp Zama, U.S. Army Headquarters, Japan. Hi- received his new insignia from Col. George A. Godding and Mrs. Starkey. WO Starkey's mother is Mrs. Mary G. Crusciel of Alton. HP graduated from Alton High Schoo! in 1950 and attended Shurtleff College three years. Miss Mary Leo Wadsworth, Police couldn't find the trucks, I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice but they said they would be watch- L. ing the spot every morning. Wadsworth, 3327 Brown St. Cole of California cheers. .*. Fourth of July fireworks in a one-piece Helanca knit. Blazing with brilliant stripes and anchored securely to solid trunks with 8 dashing life-saver belt. Sizes: 8-16, 19.95 PAULENE'S MONTICELLO PLAZA GODFREY WADSWORTH is continuing her dental studies, following her discharge from the U. S. Navy May 10 as a dental technician. She is now studying at the University of Tennessee Dental School in Memphis and is a 1960 graduate of Alton High School. Others besides the regular class^ room students are being graduated these days. A number of Telegraph area armed service personnel has won, recognition without benefit of sheepskin. Pvt. Robert Lee Davidson, son of Mrs. Ruth Davidson, Hartford, left for San Diego, Calif., last Tuesday for Marine Corps training. Pvt. Charles Burchan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Burchan, Wood River, also left Tuesday for boot camp at San Diego for Marine Corps training. Going with the same group to San Diego is Pvt. John Hill, son of Mrs. Vara Hill, Alton. George Naylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Naylor, Alton, already is at the San Diego camp. Topping all promotions, graduations and enlistments is Cpl, Keiiben Dennis, husband of Mrs Erma A. Dennis, East Alton, who has re-enlisted in the Marines after his discharge from the corps two months ago. The Dennis couple have departed for Ha,vaii where he has been stationed. Four servicemen are scheduled to be graduated from the artillery and missile center, Fort Sill, Okla. They are: Army Pvt. Dennis Kirkonis, son of Mr.' and Mrs. W. H. Maupin, Hartford; Pvt. Gene E. Kessinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. the ONE place to call for money the * minute you want it Call Beneficial to get cash dpuble-fast. Clean up leftover bills, close out time-payment accounts, take care of expenses, you-name-it! The folks at Beneficial like to say "Yes!" Why not call... this very minutel BENEFICIAL FINANCE SYSTEM Loan* $29 to $800*—Loans life-insured at low cost Beneficial Finance Co. of Chicago, Inc. 200 STATE ST., ALTON Phone: HOward 2-9281 t Ask (or the YES MANag«f. OPEN EVENINGS BV APPOINTMENT —PHONE FOR HOUR* (*£, eSNEFICIAL FINANCE 90. Clifford E. Kessinger, Edwards- vllle; !*vi. tttotnns L. ClftnssMi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Clausseh, Betbalto; and t'vl. tarry 8. Manning, son of Mrs. Pete SedaHs, Benld, and James A. Manning, Shipman. A number of area service personnel was reassigned recently. Army JPvt ftodney A. Alton}, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron A. Alford, Godfrey, has been assigned to Germany. He was last stationed at Fort Polk, La. Gunner's Mute 2C Mclvln K. Hum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Ham, Alton, is now serving aboard the guided missile destroyer USS Lawrence which completed a tour in the Mediterranean. Promotions are things that have been making nesvs lately in the services. Dennis M. Doolen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam F. Doolen, Bethalto, has been promoted to airman 1C. He has been assigned to the 8Gth Tactical Hospital at Ramstein, Germany. Glen C. MouNtTi .son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Mouser, Godfrey, was advanced to aviation structural mechanic 3C while serving with a fighter squadron at Ocenna, Va. Starting the big climb to promotions are several servicemen who have entered boot training. Airman 1C William 3. Shclton of Godfrey has been reassigned to] Carswell AFB, Texas, after grad-j uation from the Air Force techni- j cal training course at Amarillo. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shelton and was graduated from Alton High. Airman 2C Gary M. Couch of Cottage Hills was graduated from the Air Force course for missile facilities technicians at Sheppard AFB, Texas. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Couch, and a graduate of Civic Memorial High School. Course Pushe* Jobs /of Blind CARBONDALE, 111. - Developing employment opportunities for blind persons in competitive occupations will be the subject of a five-week training program which began last Monday at Southern Illinois University. Its primary purpose is to help job-placement counselors become familiar with the jobs their sightless clients could possibly handle, as well as grounding them in techniques helpful in placing the blind in such jobs. Drawing counselors from seven states, including Hawaii, the program is sponsored by the SIU Rehabilitation Institute with support of the U.S. Vocational Rehabilitation Administration. It will be the MUi such course conducted by Southern, which has trained more than 100 special counselors for the blind since the program was undertaken in 1958. Trainees will spend the third week ot the course in Chicago, where they will tour industrial plants to observe Slate's Trailer to Help Drivers Here Oct. 1>S SPRINGFIELD, til. - A state Mobile Service Unit Trailer will serve persons at the Ovens Illinois Glass Co. plant in Alton on October.! .through 3 from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.; 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Those visiting the trailer will and evaluate skills required in jobs which might be held by blind workers. Remaining weeks will be spent on the campus in special classes taught by a Variety of SIU staff members. DISCOUNT! Special lot of LiUlloV Shoos, values to $5.oo fa —all heels, nil \ rites, but not | i In all stylos. i Pair WESTERN. 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