Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 21, 1972 · Page 6
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August 21, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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AHB Alton Evening Telegraph In the military Monday, August 21, 1972 The Air Force Band, the flying Thunderbirds and nn open house will he featured during an Air Force 25|ii anniversary celebration between Aug. 28 through Aiif>. 81 at Scott Air Force Base in Belleville. The United States Air Force Band will present a special concert on Aug. 29 at the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows near Belleville. The performance is free and tickets can be obtained by writing the Belle-ScoTt Committee, P. 0. Box 225, Belleville, m. 62222. The Thunderbirds are also coming. On Thursday, Aug. 31 the five supersonic jets of the USAF's Air Demonstration Air Force to mark 25th anniversary Squadron will soar and divn through the skies over Scott AFB. Their performance will be the highlight of Open House activities at Scott to which the public is invited. The Open House will begin at 1 p.m. on the .list and there will be static displays of aircrafts in and adjacent to the main hanger at the base. Primarily aircraft which arc a part of the Milil.iry Airlift Command wr»l be on display and some will be available for a walk through. In news of the Air Force, S. Sgl. Larry Elmore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Elmore, East Alton, has arrived for duty at Luke AFB, Ariz. K 1 m o r e , a weapons mechanic, is assigned to a unit of the Tactical Air Command. He previously served at Elmendorf AFR, Alaska. He graduated from East Alton-Wood River High school in 19G4. Airman John L. Walker, son ot Mr. cad Mrs. John L. Walker of Alton, lias graduated at. Sheppard AFB, Tex. from the Air Force masonry specialist course. The airman, who was trained to construct, mainta'n and repair masonry and concrete buildings, is being assigned to Whiteman AFC, Mo. Airman 1 C. David Cun- ningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cunningham of Alton, has graduated at Keesler AFB. Miss, from a radar repairman course. He is a 1967 graduate of Marquette High School. Airman John M. Carrlgns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. Garrigus of Iloxana, has completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. Garrigus will remain at Lackland for training as a security policeman. Airman Larry W. Friedllne. son of Mr. and Mrs. Carrol T. Friedlinc of Moro, has been assigned to Lowry AFB, Colo., after completing Air Force basic training. At Lowry, he will be trained in munitions and weapons Personal finance maintenance. Airman 1 C. Kenneth W. Bouillon, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Boulllion of Carlinvflle, has competed training at the Defense Language Institute's West Coast Branch in Monterey, Calif. He will be placed with the Air Force Security Service. Army Pvt. David L«e George, son of Martha George of Alton, is in a special training course at "Ft. Myer, Washington, to become part of the 3d U. S. Infantry (The Old Guard). The Old Guard is the Army's official ceremoniaf unit and is responsible for the conduct of ceremonies at the White House, the Pentagon and national memorials in the Washington area. In other Army news, Pvt Nlklta J. Vambraketes, son of Mrs. Agnes Shanks of Alton, recently completed a tank turret repair course at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. Nathan B. Bradley, son of Mrs. Dorothy B. Roeske of Elsah, recently was commissioned a Second Lieutenant after graduating from Artillery Officer's School at Ft. Sill, Okla. Pvt. Gary W. Neese, son of Henry H. Neese of Jerseyville, recently completed four weeks of special armor training at Ft. Knox, Ky. In news of the Navy, Lt. Douglas C. Claybrook, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Prince S. Claybrook of Alton, is receiving. Naval Flight surgeon training at Pensacola, Fla. CPO Gary M. Heifer, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Heifer of Glen Carbon, has returned to San Diego from a two- month cruise in the Pacific aboard the USS Dubuque. In news of the Marines, Pfc. John B. Pratt Jr., son of Mr and Mrs. John Pratt Sr. of Carrollton, recently graduated from Marine Corps boot camp at San Diego, Calif. J& ASpringman PAINT OUR SPECIAL "thai* YoM-l FREE GIFTS WHEN 1TOU SAVE TOP VALUE STAMPS! Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! Flood insurance available Sears if you ask agent for it In Downtown Alton PRE-SEASON SALE! By Carlton Smith After seeing news pictures Of all the flood-damaged homes earlier this year, stretching from South Dakota to the Gulf, you probably would have been highly receptive — unless you live in the desert — to a salesman who came around offering $10,0(70 worth of flood insurance for $25 a year. Such Insurance is available at reduced rates that became effective July 10. The only thing is no salesman is going to call. To get this federally subsided > coverage on your home or business, you'll have to dig up an /agent or broker and tell him, "I want it." And, in most area, you won't be able to buy it at all unless the citizens of your community bestir the local political officials to action. To be eligible for the insurance, subsidized by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, e n c h city, county or other local body must join a program by meeting certain standards of land-use laws. Though it's not difficult to qualify, only about 1.200 communities in the nation have done so. Authorities say some 5,000 arc in areas of potential flood damage and should be in the program so that homeowners and businessmen can buy the insurance. But officialdom, in some 60 per cent of these areas, seem to be just sitting there, doing nothing. About 100 insurance companies that write flood policies under the HUD program comprise the National Flood Insurers Association. Wallace Smith, its assistant general manager, suggests that property owners who want flood coverate check with any local agent or broker to find out whether they arc in an eligible community. "If an agent doesn't know, he can find out easily enough," says Smith. "There is in each state a designated service company whose name he can get from the insurance commissioner. If he finds that the community is in the program, he — or any licensed agent or broker — can place policies through the service company." Premiums are the same throughout the country and set on a sliding scale according to the property value. The owner of a single-family dwelling valued at not more than $17,500, for example, pays $25 a year for $10,000 coverage on the house and $18 to insure contents for $5,000. Premiums on the dwelling are $30 for a house valued at $22,000 and $35 on a house valued at $35,000 or more, with premiums on contents Increased accordingly. 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