Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 11, 1963 · Page 25
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September 11, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

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PAGE TWENTY-SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1963 ALTON-WOOD RIVER AREA What f-o The Alton - Wood River Area United Fund was organized by people from all walks of life— labor, management and the professions. Its purpose is to provide in one inexpensive campaign (instead of many separate, time consuming, money-wasting appeals) the money needed to carry on the fine work NOW BEING DONE, AND NEEDING TO BE DONE BY OUR COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS. Who runs it.... You do. You run the Alton-Wood River Area United Fund. Every contributor has the right and opportunity to vote for his choice of new directors each year. These directors are your representatives who serve as volunteers without pay. The principles of the United Fund assure representation on the Board of Directors from each community which supports and is served by the Fund. Any Agency or geographic area not now in the fund may become a part of it if it meets the principles prescribed by the Board of Directors. SPECIAL GIFTS DIVISION OPERATING ENGINEERS: Anthony Crivello Foreman C. B. Hippley James T. Dooley I. M. Wiseman Donald B. Kamp Alfred A. Harney G. W. Donohoo Foreman Claude C. Woodtion Itobert J. Tolliver James H. Stewart Harvey E. lioettgcr Howard J. Gebelein C. L Duckworth Foreman W. W. Shut* H. I). Ja«ob»on O. II. Francis L. Gresham Foreman J»>(•]))] E. Ohli-y Gordon Rhine Charles Taylor (iuy T. Helm Roborl Hardwick B. R. Summers Foreman Leland Kreid J''loyd Bluine, Jr. Kino Marcon \Villiam Aiinin Waller Spellerlierg Michael Walters Foreman Richard Brink Gene Sell! Harold Fleck Charles \V. Smith Harry Moseley Jeft Letts "BUILDING FOR A UNITED COMMUNITY If " * ,-.•«•,>«,•.,„* , - •• - - X - - , -^V|»§MB*> W~*~m^.-.W«iW"<Sf!\i" s '- ~ r - - " "«'' < s ~ •-«.««» 1964 GOAL '460,000.00 ROBERT E. HOSIER, General Superintendent Advanced Gift Div, What Communities does it serre... ALTON BETHALTO BRIGHTON COTTAGE HILLS EAST ALTON FOSTERBURG GODFREY HARTFORD ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS ROXANA SOUTH ROXANA WOOD RIVER ALLEN A. MORO BARNERD, Assistant General Superintendent Advanced Gift Div, AnifANPcn nicTQ niificinN TEAM 1 CARPENTERS Robert S. Minsker Superintendent Dr. J. B. Johnson Foreman Kdwin Leamon Raymond Ready Lloyd Norman C. Rubin Wrigbl Macy Pruitt James Fitzgibbons Foreman G. Meiseiiheimer Kobert Kynders George L. Davis Norbert White EI-...J r\;_i rioyo uiai Foreman Louis Garner 1C. Thomas Francis IMa/ciilto Jack Qrandone Richard O'Dell I\I%»IIMI *J *» mf^tt Foreman Lawrence Lanzerotti Leroy Frit/. H. Sealiill I{. .Johnson TEAM VI 1 CHITI VI IRONWORKERS William J. Fisher Superintendent "" Harold C. Boyd Foreman James Almeter Joseph Russo Elmer Uhlomeyer Thomas Metealfe IMarcus Sessel Ralph Gent Foreman Mark Wui-ilner Joseph Wiekenhauser Joseph Springman, Jr. Italph Luken Dr. Jauk Kowse Arthur Mahon Edward Long Foreman Otto \Vuly. Ken Carstens Dr. I. W. Pitts Bernard Snrinitinan Dr. A. Schwartz K. E. (Dino) Pars Foreman Harold Eyster James Statcn Gerald W. Loy Fred Hunt Ferd Falcone nwniiwkv **•• iw i*iviwiwiv — TEAM II TEAM III TEAM IV CEMENT FINISHERS Sid E. Cahoon Superintendent Robert L. Harlow Foreman J-/co f^ofi itimii \V. I. Godwin Julius Schaetfer J. Russell Dale John Springman, Sr. William Yontz 1^ OfCDllill John Simpson Wm. Krtieger Wm. Hartman Joe Sehul/, Gene Zimmerman Leroy Bordeaux Foreman ( Robert F. Piper Dwight K. Ruyle George Peterie Or. Ralph Baahlmann Clyde C. Campbell Foreman James H. Hull Dudley F. Giberson Kobert Damon R. S. MacDuff •. -. "1- j v ' tf^,'f v.\\ VsC 1 't ' 0 f'f- 't <•''••'•''• •'•'••'•'• •- •> TEAM VII TEAMSTERS Richard F. Judson Superintendent Louis Keller Foreman Donald Jaeoby Jack Malone Lloyd Tribble Richard I'ropes Fredrick Albers Foreman t Ephriam Green B W* » 4..»»l»l»l.rf . H. I4imueri I'ete F. Curran . N R. N. LaFaver George Nauyok Foreman Dr. Kdgar Davison Raymond Ziellnskl Homer Davits Foreman Harrol Cannedy William I'ort - Aaron Martin Lewis Gleiber Gilbert Helmkamp STEAMFITTERS George H. Phillips Superintendent George Evanoff Foreman H. Ruddock Wm. Mumnia R. Fries Franeis Kaar D. Gilkison H. Fleck John A. Williams Foreman R. S. Hoefert Clem Noll, Jr. Charles Emons C. B. Neudecker Jaines Halloran Richard Mattson Foreman Paul Richnak E. T. Mauger James R. Lyons Humphrey Reilly Ronald Pearson W. H. Winter Foreman W. C. Lashley Helen Lowe Milo Culp George K. Berry Robert Giesow . < i' 1 1 > > j TEAM VIII GLAZIERS John P. Paul x Superintendent E. P. Waterhouse Foreman James Ashton Mrs. E. P. Waterhouse , Walter Klasner Cecil A. Griesbaum Hugh H. Davey Donald E. Kuddes Foreman • Thomas Faudree , Edmund C. Norton Wm. Beardsmore \^ -• Borland Paul Henry McAdams Foreman •• Richard Cousiey William Flippo 11. D. Foster, Jr. Leroy J. Payne Jack Barban Thomas W. Butler Foreman John Grossheim Elmer Vesely Herbert Wiekenhauser Dr. Ralph A. Dickson William O. Fairbanks INTERIOR DECORATORS Mrs. Harry R. Mondhink Superintendent Mrs. Earl Gaylord Foreman Mrs. John Voracek Mrs. Robert Anschuetz - Mrs. G. E. Basslord '' Mrs. Harold King Mrs. Frank Hollis Mrs. William Gratian Jr. Foreman • f/ Mrs. George Hine ^ Mrs. Win. Fabianic Mrs. Dana Eastman, Jr. Mrs. Karl K.' Hoagland Mrs. B. E. Bassett , Mrs. John Waggoner Foreman Mrs. Al Barnerd Mrs. Frank Boals Mrs. Ray Randels Mrs. C. Thomas Holmes Mrs. Michael Walters Mrs. Francis Kaar Foreman Mrs. Alden Weber Mrs. Joseph S. Kovie Mrs. William Bengel Mrs. Robert Goulding Mrs. Edward Foeller < '« TEAM IX BRICKLAYERS Dr. Gaines W. Smith Superintendent Thomas Holland Foreman Del Webb Edward Soliday Art Northway, Jr. Clarence Jabusch Foreman , Clarence Dunn Barney Fulp '! Leo Miiitello | Carl VanDiver | Richard Wilson , William Holder Paul Robison ' Foreman Leon Wilson Larry Edwards Chester Martin Kenneth Denzer >< 1 Byron Klllom , Foreman Wilbur Hurrison Jerry Trattler < David Winnett Irene Schwalbe - Beaumont Parks TEAM V PLUMBERS ^ Joe Victor Superintendent Paul Bierbaum Foreman Clarence M. Miles Ellis M. Gaddis Harold Gosling W. Harrold Thomas • Wm. Cunningham Foreman Robert Hausske Joseph Crivello ..', Lester Lamken " James Ohley ; John Verbais Harldn James Foreman G. E. Mackenroth William Camp, Jr. Robert Wendle Jack Suter G. B. Cor/.ine ' John D. Vogelsang Foreman Robert Bonaeci • Harold Brand Gene St. Cin Jerry Pratt Jerry Jenner , ' •* TEAM X ELECTRICIANS John C. Dippel Superintendent Thomas Herzog Jr. Foreman "• Win. Gratlan, Jr. * Don Hale , Ben Moore , Richard Finley 1 Jack Williams ''-, Byron Morgan ,'j Foreman 1 Robert W, Brown JJ! George Lammers |j James Apple & Victor S. Kelly , ' C. E. Knuttfon •••& '- Harold King | Foreman f Robert E. Ryan 1 C. J. Jacoby, in •'- Felix Gotsa •g John Brockway ft I Russell Ealey f Foreman 1' Kenneth Greer :l Scott Spencer ,: Thomas J. Cox ,. Robert PhilUps v I', Chris Johnson What Agencies does it serve... 18 AGENCIES AND SERVICES! ALTON VOLUNTEER EMERGENCY CORPS—Dedicated to rescue, life saving and first aid service AMERICAN RED CROSS — Disaster, blood, water safety, home service and services to veterans BOY SCOUTS — Character building, citizenship and leadership training, camping and fellowship 8OYS TOWN OF ILLINOIS—A home for boys from broken homes CATHOLIC CHARITIES—Counseling and guidance on personal and family problems FAMILY SERVICE & VISITING NURSES—Provides help to the needy and nursing service at home GIRL SCOUTS—Health, fun, service, citizenship, homemaking for the mothers of tomorrow HEALTH AGENCIES—A fund to be used for medical research, orthopedic equipment and health service ILLINOIS CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY—Counseling for unmarried mothers and child placement MADISON COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH SOCIETY— Diagnosis and treatment for the mentally ill SPECIALIZED SERVICES, INC.^Occupational training for the physically and mentally handicapped THE SALVATION ARMY—Serving the young, the aged, the family, the hungry and the troubled UNITED SERVICE ORGANIZATION (USO)—A home away from home for the men and women in the armed forces WOOD RIVER SOCIAL PLANNING COUNCIL—Recreation^ clubs, sports and special activities WOOD RIVER TOWNSHIP VOLUNTEER EMERGENCY CORPS — Rescue work, life saving and firjt aid service Y.M.C.A.—A builder of body, mind and spirit,- recreation, sports and camping , Y.M.C.A. CIVIC MEMORIAL BRANCH — Education, recreation, character building, athletics and sports r.W.C.A. & HILLCREST HOUSE—Clubs, crafts, swimming, trips, recreation and sports To achieve the goal of "building a better community" we members of "OPERATION BULLDOZER" (Advance Gifts) sincerely believe in the Alton-Wood River Area United Fund and earnestly hope you will welcome us when we call on you. * ATTENTION BUILDERS-FOREMEN AND SUPERINTENDENTS Get your "facts and tools" (training session) at the Y.W.C.A. Thursday Noon, Sept. 12. Kickoff is Monday morning at 8 a.m. at the Stratford Hotel. I

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