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August 12, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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ALfOfr TMJ2GMPH MONDAY, AUGUST 12 ( 196S ',WLSA, Okla. (/P)~-Tlie shift- ifig s«hds of the world's deserts ftllght be stopped by oil, according to a paper prepared by & team from Esso kesenrch Ltd. Desert Hjea*? no\v cover nboitt 15 per netit of the earth's land nttd{fcMfiiig sand duhcs, driven by >tfp*-g winds, are slowly covering more area. In a reforestation experiment in Libya, water-bearing snid dunes were planted with seedlings of acasia p.nd eucalyptus trees and the dunes wore sprayed with oil to prevent movement of the surface sand. A year later, many of the seed lings had grown into six-foot-tall trees, (he researchers reported SWIFT'S WOBTHMORE BRAND SLICED BACON ** READY-TO-EAT HAM CENTER SLICES ° 89 C ALL MEAT SLICED BOLOGNA. . . 45c SMOKED SLICED BEEF . . . 1% 35' CHASE & SANBORN—All Grinds! COFFEE 3-'1 GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK Half Gallons CORN Golden Bantam 9Q C A $ l Do/.. 4.O *t Do/,. I HOME GROWN Stoll's Evergreen Do/. TOMATOES ... . .2" 15c 24-LB. AVS. WATERMELONS . . . 59c i PEARL MARKET i • Conveniently Located in fhe Center of Alton I 1 835 CENTRAL AVE. FREE PARKING 1 ^ Lt* Col, Hiekman Retires In the Military LT. COL. HIOKMAN LI. Col. Herbert C. HieUiimn of Bethal to has retired from the U.S. Air Force after more llum Racial Justice Body Formed *j In St. Louis ST. LOUTS (AP) — The St. Louis Catholic Archdiocese has «rl up a commission to promote 'nierrarial justice. Thr< IB-member committee was named by the archdinccsan b'sh- or>. Jo«rnh Cardinal Ritler. A let- tor outlining the commission's work was read at all masses in I ho archdiocese Sunday. One aim of the commission, an nrchdiocese spokesman said, is to set up a parish-level education program for the laity to explain Christian principles behind integration and racial justice. It will also seek to direct an action program to support local, state and national legislation on civil rights, the spokesman said. The chairman of the commission is Auxiliary Bi-hop George J. Got.twald, the spokesman said. '22 years active military duty. Col. Hiekman, an operations staff officer at Oklahoma City AF Station, Okla., prior to his re- lirement, served in the European- African-Middle East Theater o f Operations during World War II. He also completed tours of overseas duty in the Philippines, Japan and England. Among his awards and decorations are the distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, with 11 oak leaf clusters, and the Air Force Commendation Medal. Three area men have recently received promotions in the services. They include: 1'iuil K. Corhin, USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Corbin, 1790 Oakwood Rd,. Alton, who was advanced to machinist's mate third class while serving aboard the USS Willard Keith in the Atlantic Fleet. Michael Mt-fford, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Man-in Mcfford. 70S Valley Drive, East Alton, who was promoted to the rank of seaman while attending electronic technician school at the Navy Training Center. Great Lakes, III. Jerry V. Aulery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Autery, 3220 Kendall Drive, East Alton, w h o was advanced to lance corporal at Camp Pcndlcton, U.S. Marine Corps, Calif. Two other area men have been selected for special honors. Airman l.C. Charles 0. Stapleton, son ot Mrs. Magdalene Stapleton, 400 State St., Alton, was selected Outstanding Airman of the quarter in the 1501st Air Transport Wing at Travis AFB, Calif. Cpl- Dennis E. Autery, stationed with Military Police Company at Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, Calif., received a good conduct medal and ribbon. His wife, the former Marlene Pruett, lives at 436 Spencer St., Bethalto. Several men in the Telegraph area have completed various phases of advanced training in the armed forces. Topping the list is Army Spec. 5 Wllllniil 1). Atteberfy, son of Mrs. Mary E., Brown, 653 Wood River Ave., Cottage Hills, who graduated from the non-commissioned Officer Academy at Foil Polk, La. U.S. Naval Academy Midshipman 2.C. Jnmo.i B. McPIke, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. McPikc of 438 Bluff St., Alton, completed two weeks of aviation indoctriha- lion training at the Naval A i r Station, Pensacola, Fla. Airman Kenneth Nnle, USN, completed photographer's mate school recently at the Pensacola air base. Ho is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nalo, 1103 Washington Ave. Airman 2.C. Dennis C, Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Jones of Roxana completed missile technician training at Chanute.Air Force Base. Rantoul, 111. and is being transferred to Ellworth AFB, South Dakota. Pvt. Walter W. Lane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lane, 407 Albors Place, Bethalto, completed eight weeks training in engineer equipment operation at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. He will be transferred to Germany. Two men arc scheduled to complete training in September at Fort Polk, La. They are Army Pvt. Richard K. Couhrun, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Cochrun, Edwardsville, in a clerk typists course; and Pvt. Frank W. toy, 15 N. 7th St., Carrollton, in an automotive maintenance helper course. Three other men have recently completed basic training; Joseph i K. McCoy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCoy, 3537 Oscar St., arid Benjamin C. Tuylor, son of Mrs, CORNS-CALLUSES LIFT RIGHT OFF IN 3O MINUTES Say "goodbye" to laming corns and painful calluses that make you limp around in torture. New easy safe painless liquid discovery called HALF- HOUR CQRNMASTER-as directed removes most stubborn corns and calluses In 30 minutes . sometimes quicker! Just dab on ... let set... lift off Those soft corns between the toes, the ones that really hurt'.-{. works equaljy well on these too. Bottle containing enough liquid to get rid of 25 corns and calluses only 98<i at druggists. Look for red and blue counter display. Be delighted in 30 minutes of return tor purchase price refund. Don't let corns and calluses make life miserable. Now ... today ... get HALF-HOUR CORNMASTER r HOOKER PAINTS YOU SIMPLY BETTE T BUY... 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UTTER BROS Lumber Company Cpnvenlently located Just 3 Miles Our of Upper Alton on Route 140 — Dial CL 9.6411 Audrey Reddlcord, 1405 Doerr St., both at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center, 111. Several area men are among those still In basic training. Sis from the Telegraph area are at the Naval Training Center at Great Lakes, 111. Thdy nre: % Emit A. BeHets, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emll M. Bertels, 445 Milton Rd., Alton; Lctghton E. Ont.y Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Leighton E. Gray Sr., 26 SuUivan Ave.. East Alton; Lurry 1* Ktitils, son of William R. Ennis, 169 S. Clearview, East Alton; Itnlph M. I>nnk- ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Lankford, 116 Victory Dr., East Alton; Mlclmel L. betyiH, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer DeVVltt, East Alton; and Doitnld E. Sjiillh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Smith, 111 Elm St., Cottage Hills. Pvt. thonins K. Ennls Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Ennis, 1307 Alby, is in boot training at the U.S. Marine Corps base, San Diego, Calif. Several area men who Were all stationed at Lackland AFB, Tex., have been reassigned to different bases to begin technical training in various fields. They include; Airman Hugor W. WUwkes son of Mrs. Lillie W. VVieneke of Golden Eagle, for training as an Air Force administrative" specialist, to Amarillo AFB, Tex. Airman Kobert 1). Ko.se, whose guardian, Mrs. Milo Gibbs, lives at 171 S. Oak St., Cottage Hills, to Kcesler AFB, Miss., for training as an Air Force communica- tions'operations specialist. Airman Robert L. Bradley, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bradley, Jackson Acres, Alton, a n d WAF Airman Susiui I'. White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eat 3 meals a day — lose 5-10-15 IbS. Delightfully delicious Slim-Mint helps control appetite. /T ~ Makes reducing eas- If ler, more enjoyable, r Safe. At Thrlfty'DruR. SLIM-MINT GUM M. White, of Dow, both to Sheppard AFB, Tex. She Is tfnltilflg as Air Force communications ot*- eralions specialist. He is training as an aircract maintenance specialist. Army Pfc. JJnihnnlcl frMsnti has returned home after serving 18 months in Germany with the Military Police. Two reservists in the Telegraph area are getling a glimpse of active duty Ihis month. David L. l'l«.o, son of Mr, and Mrs. george Pizzo, 508 Logan St., Bothalto, is taking two weeks active duty training at the Naval Training Center at Great Lakes, and Onlcn Kthviml Peel, radarman second class, son of Mr. and Mrs. j. Herbert Peel of Alton, has reported for duty as the Naval All- Reserve Training Unit, Memphis. Other 1 area men who have recently been transferred or recently reassigned, to different posts in various branches of (he service include: Doimld I 1 '. Jackson, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson, 3810 Western Ave., Alton, now serving aboard the tJSS Little Rock In the Mediterranean. DotiftUI fc. 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