Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 22, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 22, 1963
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MON£>A¥, JULY 22, 1.963 AtTON EVENING TELEGftAPH Promoted to Captain In The Military mibftrt t). limmlng;, of the Civil Engineer Corps, U. S. Naval Reserves in St. Louis, has recently been promoted to the rank of cap- lain. Capt llomiing and his wife live at 1103 Washington Ave., Alton. Hennlng is a J vice-president in the Consulting Engineering Firm of I Johnston, Wdsten- i off and Novlck, ! Inc. of East St. L o u I s. During World War II he served In the Sol_______ omon Islands, and 0. I). llcimliiK was recalled to duly In the Korean War, Hennlng studied Civil Engineer- Ing "at Northwestern University, University of Illinois and Armoui Institute of Technology of Chicago. About 30 Telegraph area Ail Force Reservists were among 250 from the 52nd Casualty Staging Group, Scott AFB, Belleville, who participated in a mock front line medical center exercise at Elgin NEW ZENITH'S Smallest AT-THE-EAR HEARING AID • Tiny lightweight. Only V* oz, Fits neat!/ behind the ear • New long life silver oxide battery holds power bettef in extreme temperatures • Silicon transistorized circuitry • Efficient reception from any angle; nestles comfortably behind either ear See us for demonstration and for details of ZENITH Triplt Protection Plan. McCLJNTOCK OPTICAL SERVICE 003 12. B'DAVAY—ALTON HO 2-3882 AFB, Fin. last week. Reserve doctors, nurses nhd corpsmeri from the group joined other groups from California, Texas, Washington, Colorado mid North Carolina In rehearsing for speedy evacuation of sick and wounded from the front lines. Casualty staging groups would operate near air strips In wartime. The Group at Scott still. Is In need of doctors and nurses for reserve training. F6r more Information contact headquarters at Scott AFB, Belleville. Three other area men are undergoing reservist, 'ruining. They are DoWnync 0. nlnnd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Noah IMlry, 911 E. Gth, and George I). Hillr, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hair, 5116 Humbert lid., who are al the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111., and Army ttcsorvo Lt, C61. John K. Gray of 802 Herbert St., »l the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. A former Alton resident 1ms been selected H o n o r Guard Soldier - of. - the Month al U. S. Army Air Defense Command Headquarters in Colorado Springs He is Spec. 4 David V. K t n- ciulc, son of Mrs. 1 1). F. Kliicude Mary Kincade 3706 Coronado Dr. Kincade and | his wife live in Manitou Springs. Many .area men are serving in key outposts around the world. Among them are: Army Private Anthony II. Kiln- ke, son of Postmaster and Mrs. Harold W. Klhi- ke, 828 Washington Ave., who is with the 39th Signal Battalion, located in the Republic of V i e t- nam. He has been in the country about two months, and was A. II Kline recently p r o- moted to the rank of Private First Class. Marine Private, First Class Gary J. Bowdcn, son of Mr. and Mrs'. Herold E. Rowden, Rte. 2, Godfrey and Marine Olmrlcs O. Ilnnclcock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess L. Handcock of Moro, who arc serving with the Second Bat- tnllon of the Third Mnrlns Division in the Republic of Koren. They recently participated in an amphibious exercise dubbed "Operation Flagpole." Air Force S. Donald K. Mofgntl son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Morgan of Rte. 1, Graflon who participated In n formal Armed Forces review for President Ken nedy during his recent lour of the air base at Wiesbaden, Germany. Other urea men have recently graduated from training schools and various branches of the serv ice. Marine PFC Donald W. Uctlon- lx>, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Redenbo of 3217 Duco St., completed a six-week period of intensive combat training with the Flrsl Marine Division at Camp Pendle ton, Calif. Army 2nd Lt William Q. HOOHC son of Mr. anc Mrs. Warren E Roose, 621 Broadway, East Alton completed the eight-week offi- c e r orientation I course at the I; Southwestern Sig- Wm.>oBe nal School, Fort Gordon, Ga. Wlll'ain L. Orncc, son of John L. Grace, 1214 Adams Ct., com pleted basic training At the Nava Training Center, San Diego, Calif Leading the list of men newly assigned to different posts in the services is Ail Force T. Sgt Berdetto Hazel wonder, 4210 Ab ercleen St. He wil be stationed in Alton at the loca Air Force Re cruiting Office 101-103 E. Broad way. Sgt. Hazelwon NAAWP Chapters Being Formed CINCINNATI (AP) — William /. Miller, former VMCA employe who a week ago organized a Na lonal Association for the Ad 'ancement of White People, says ho organization Mow has seven jhnpters, Including units in Gnry, Ind., and Calumet City and Dolton, 111. Miller said Sunday that as na lonal president he has authorized Dale Baxter, head of the group's •Jo. 2 chapter In Gary to sanction brmalicm of four other chapters n Indiana and Illinois. Chapters were authorized ill Hobart and lammond, Ind., according to Miller and Baxter. COOK'S PAINTS [The Most Beautiful Home in, the fi/ocfc is YOURS with " COOK'S BEST-QUALITY HOUSE PAINTS Cook's Gripbond Exterior Wood UNDERCOAT Adds years of beauty to any Cook's house paints. of Cook's Oil-Base HOUSE PAINT EITHER PRODUCT White or Standard Colors 7 Gal. • The Easiest House Paint to Apply! A-Kryl-X LATEX HOUSE PAINT White or Standard Colors Aluminum E-X-T-E-N-S-I-O-N LADDER Strong, safe, light .,, e»sy-to-carry. Includes rubber safety fc^t, yinyl end-caps, K>pe and puljey 20'R. .,.»;<»;• Altetl*Mt«40ft. 4*Ni. Tynex Nylon House Painting BRUSH f Month* to Pty No Pewh On Cook's «pg||pg^||||p9SPMM*m"v^' '.' —"-•^ ^ », ' COOK'S PAINTS W, B'PWAY HO 5^112 Win. L. Grace ALGIERS—Algeria Is planning .o buy 15 new fishing boats. dor is a 13 year service veteran during which time he served h Japan, Korea, Germany, Texas Colorado, Mississippi, and mos recently as a communications su pervisor in Istanbul, Turkey. H< Is married and has three children Other area men reassigned in elude: Stuff Sergeant Ray B. WHI o Belhalto, to a Tactical Air Com mand unit at Stewart AFB, Tenn. following a tour of duty at Son dreslom AB, Greenland; Alrmai Bernard J. Pluth Jr., son of Mv and Mrs. Bernard J. Plulh Sr. to Yale University for technica training as a communications an alysis specialist from Lackland AFB, Tex.; Airman Lurry A. Ken son of Mrs. Betty J. Rea, 31 Goulding Ave., East Alton, t Anmrillo AFB, Tex., for technica training as an aircraft mainten ance specialist, from Lacklatv AFB, Tex., and T. Sgt. Jerom T. Hoffman of Edwardsville, so: of Mrs. Emma Hoffman of 23 Wyandotte Ave., to McGuire AFB N. J., following a tour of duty i the Azores. Staff Sfft. Donald W. Johnson who is the son of Mr. and Mr? William D. Johnson of 124 Victo Dr., East Alton has re-enlisted fo another four years with the Ai Force. Johnson, a personal tecl nician, is assigned to the 1628t Support Squadron at Thule AB Greenland. Club Women of Roxana Plan Events for Year Achieveiiieiill*rogram at Carrollloit ROXANA — Tho executive ward of the Roxann Womnn's Jltlb discussed plnns for the coning year Friday at (he homo of he president, Mrs. Alan Rhen, in Rosewood Heights, A party for he Lincoln Ixxlge hoys was set or August and a dinner for the lusbands in March. The first meeting in September will bo on art; October, litcra- urc; November, American citizenship; December, international re- ations with "Christmas Around he World" as the theme of the Christmas program; January, civ- tome; March, motion pictures, n defense; February, American radio find TV; April, Education and Youth; May, the annual banquet will have gardens and flowers as its theme. II was voted to award a conservation scholarship this year. Members arc urged to pay dues by Aug. 1. The first meeting will be Sept. 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Community building. I'ack 44 Politick ROXANA — Cub Scouts of Pack 44 will have a potluck supper at 6 p.m. today at Belk Park followed by a fishing derby. Itoxnnn Notes ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Malone and family of 410 Maple Ave., had as their guest the past week, Mrs. Malone's sister, Mrs. Sue Perry of Jackson, Tenn, Mrs. Calvene White of S. Thirteen Street left Friday for Gainesville, Texas, svhere she will visit until Aug. 1 with her mother, Mrs. Laura Mae Inwood. Mrs. White has been recuperating at her home the past month follosving medical treatment and therapy at St. Luke's Hospital in St. Louis. She is a second grade teacher in the Roxana schools. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rnder and children, Denny, Ricky, Randy and Donna of Doofr Avenue, re turned Saturday afternoon after vacationing since June 'ffl, in Wis consin sind Minnesota. Stencils Stolen EAST ALTON — Three boxes ot hronxe stencils were stolen from the Fairfax Trailer Sales, E. SI. Louis Ave., Saturday night. The burglar or burglars enlerer a store room by tearing open ; window screen on the fast side o the building, police said. Clayton Raymor, manager, sau lie closed the building at 9:45 p.m The burglary was discovered Sun day morning. CARROLLTON — Members of Jnrrolllon Unit of the Greene County Homemakers Extension l he hostesses at the annual Achievement Program of the Uippy Homomakers 4-H club Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the bnse- nrnl of Ihe Methodist Church. Club members will model dress'S which they have fashionec hemselves and will also g i v t demonstrations. Mrs. Richard Hamann and Mrs. Glenn Diehl are eaders of the dub. Refreshments will lie served by Ihe Unit members with Mrs. .Joseph Schmid iind Mrs. Richard Giller as cochairman. llonorod on IJlrthclny CARROLLTON — John Butler of Jacksonville who was 82 Fri day, was honored al a carry-in supper Friday evening at hi home. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs I Harry Mungall, Mrs. Bessie Thio md Mr. and Mrs. Robert Butler nd family of Carrollton; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bushnell, Charles Bush- noil, and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Smith ot Eldred; Mr. and Mrs. tohert Butler and daughter, Mn•y, Mrs. Florence Clement and wo children, Arthur Seymorc, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence. Butler, •ind son and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wegehoft and Miss Nina Richards of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Roy teller of Bellon, Mo.; Mr. and :I o w a r d Knox. and David Knox of near Kansas City; Mrs. Shel- i.V Naselrod. Mrs. Edward Ullery, ind Everett Knox of Peculiar, Mo. 1i«Kl>l(tt1 Notes CARP.OLLTOiM — Admitted to Boyd Mnmorial Hospital Friday as medical patients wore: Mrs. May Bush of Cnrrollton and Mrs Bessio Lovton ol Eldred, Ad milled Saturday ns medical pa tients were Jesse Paul Shaw and Timmy Preston, both of Car roll ton. Miss Margaret Schild of Eldre vns dismissed Satutdajr, Carrollton Noiew CARROLLfON-Mf. fiftd Villiarn f hiebaud atid ttttnlly of Belle Glade, Fla., arrived thto weekend to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thlebaud and Mr. and Mrs. G. K, Mutch- ins. Mrs. George Daniels and Mr*. G. K. Hutchens attended a lunch- on Friday in Roodhouse at .(he lome of Mrs. Harry McDonald. HONG KONG — Installation of parking meters in Hong Kong has iroughl about creation of Chinese characters to designate meters. Most popular now are the symbols which translate: "Tiger that enls coins." PRESCRIPTION SERVICE ~ PHONE DU 4.5001 BETHALTO RIGGI DRUG Heart Gas? Stop Choking Heart Gas 3 Times Faster Chew Bell-ans tablets at first sign of distress. Keep In bag or pocket for ready relief. So fast and sure you can't believe It. No harmful drugs. Get Bell-ans today. 35C at druggists. Send postal to Bell-ans, Orangebure, N. Y. for liberal free sample. SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO 5-Days Only! Save $6"» $24" draftsman $¥9.95 Drills *fi ;X>.-incn Reversi- jle. Heavy Juty. Removable "handles. $33 Craftsman Dual-Motion Sanders, Polishing Pad Regular separate prices total $47.80. 4y 2 x9-in. pad. $33 Craftsman Portable Electric and Hand Tools Your Choice NO MONEY DOWN on Sears Easy Payment Plan Scars does not establish artificial "list" prices to allow so-called "discount" or "trade-in" prices. Sears original prices are low prices. Craftsman Sabre Saws and 17 Blades Regular separate prices total $57.03. Industrial type. Full 1-inch stroke. Craftsman 6 1 /o-in. Saw, Protractor Regular separate prices total $42.93. Anti-kickback clutch. 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