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Friday, January 24, 1964
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2 R , ""HJAT. SJUIST-DISPATCH DEATHS Ml DEATHS LOW RATES FOR WANT ADS SJC Rate per line . , TRANSIENT 8un' lime , 7 , . 3-6 Time, 74e AND BOARD K 78c M I ANNOUNCEMENTS KA 1)1. HI VI) Fit. '(', F. W. I hn 'l 1 22, 1964, dear mother ol Marie' Hayes, Pauline Caraffa, Kiiiina uevens, jurumv nnwster, Retina ami Jack Haimitunder. irninrt- mother, griNit-fsranumotlier, mother-in-law, sister and dunt. Funeral front CULLEN Ar.LLr mineral ttonw, 72b7 Nat ural Bridge, sal., Jan. 23, 11 i Interment Memorial Park. KANE, I Time Ttmei . a. S or in fin... TIC Ullvt) tisc or the Drlc. nf a "Cm.. 1 Tii'"UAT'ON WANTED i-iTtaM oac ncutlvt) Me 3C ..'? or,10 Times (consecutive) r Vlc ' Times. ' On all 7 to io time orden eow n,.11- t"lm't accepted lot rmt PWy only to saver. ls,r, located In tf,. State of Mil- J oV."l hln150 mll of St. ueyona these treu ratei ar si KVi Jues Inqulrlsur bout rt. OENEHAL REGULATIONS The Post-Dlspatch reserves the I,''.i V S,V''y ad und" P-froprlate headings. 5! . 0,1'D'",,ch reserves the tight to revise or relecl or dUeon-lnue advertisements or to retain -,." iu anr ooa numner adver-Jlsement. If ihn right la exercised. ne amount pale for the advertise. L' 'I " ht the liability of The Pulluer Publishing Company en the event of failure to publish n advertisement for any reason r In the event that errora occur n the publishing of an advertise, rnent. than be limited to the mount paid by the advertiser. Claims concerning oraisslon or in-orrect Insertions will pot be con- aiuereo unlese made within 30 ivin gate oi publication. Now 4a MA 1-466 for o mi faker For oil other rW-Di'ipateli busmen dial MA Mill ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH CEMETERIES I MAUSOLEUMS 4 Basye, Myrtle D. Bauer, Rosa E. Bono, Russell Brangenberg, Carl M. Case, Maggie E. Chfitt Tnconhma Cleary, Francis A. (Frank) I '! sacraments of Holy Mother fnrlu.1. ru ' L',mr.cJ"' .lli:!6 Wed., Jan. .. iMtii, neioveu wile of Edward J. Kane Sr., dear mother of Ed- "tru j. jr., ana tne late MrH. inline Widoe. dear grandmother of rrancls. Vincent and Thomas Widoe, dear enter of Mra. Ann laone.- jnrs. t.amerme Oraves. dear great-granlmother. aunt, cousin and sister-in-law. aJ&'S1 'rfXll ALEXANDER BON'S TOWN Chapel, 6175 Dei-"'ia. Bat-- 8:30 " to All Saints Church, Clemens arxl W'est-gate. to Calvary Cemetery. When death occurs and provl-lona art not available, uao OAK GROVE MAUSOLEUM'S EMERGENCY CRYPTS Heated, lighted and protected from i1 ld.'-, lnd snow. No charge It JO days regardless) of where 4Mim leiwiiun is niaae, 1 800 St. Chaxlea rd. PA 1-7260 !tJsT-sEIXS-cracioi i emoriai Park, y, price. CH 3?-GrtAVE LOT 1n riTranTTei lgs-jjtlpn B-m.m TU 6-2256. FLORISTS NETTIE'S FLOWER GARDEN Corbett, Eleancr Crary, Henrietta Dederick, Mable R. Dehne, Harold W. Doering, Forrest A. Downes, John S. Eastham, Kate Williamson Havin, Julia A. Grlgg, Hamblett Guittar, Louis J. Head, Lawrence P. Sr. Hilgeman, Elmer F. Hoffman, Edgar F. Sr. Jones, Walter J. Kaminskl, Sophia Kandlbinder, Zoe Kane, Julia A. Knaus, Cora B. Knopf, Frank Sr. Kukarola, Joseph F. Jr, Landmann, Elmer J. Lynch, Marvin F. M'Ginley, Margaret Maloney, Mary H. Martin, Olen E. Mocca, Peter Moran, Anna Mortenensen, Hannah M. Murray, Mary A. Mussler, Anna Nash, Ambrosia Obrecht, Paul F. Raster, Joseph F, Reinbold, Helen (Magdalena) Reitz, Emma M. Renz, Christian J. Roettger, Charles A. Ryan, William J. Salamon, George Elias Sanders, Carl E. Schmid, Louis C. Schmitt, Bernard W. Schneider, Paul Schober, Gertrude Schrader, Lawrence Seobele, Anna C. Staggenborg, William P. Stewart, Agnes Belle Tebbenhoff, Anna S. Vohsen, Theresa Volk, Minnie M. Vollmer, William C. Yohncke, Fay Annette K.N A US, CORA B. nee I.loyd), eiurea into rest TrturB., Jan. 23, 1DS4. dear wife of the late William J. Knaua, dear mother of Elizabeth kenner William anH mut Knaus. our dear mother-in-law, I grandmother ajirt ,,iiB,n . . Mrs. Knaua In tate at HOFP- I StKlSTKR Colonial Mnr,,arv ajuu '"Vl"!"" at vvaiaon, until 1U p.m., Sun., then In state at Dover Place Christian Church, 701 Dover Pi., Mon. from 10 a.m., until service at 1:30 n.m Intermont Ml Hope Cemetery. Frtenda may call K.NOKSKL. KIIK.l.KV J M . ...rf- Thura.. Jan. 23. 1964, beloved hu.nd of Dorothy Knoesel i nre rseyej, aenr son or fcllsaheth Knoeael nee Hoh ) and th Into William V. Knoesel, dead" brother of Erwln Knoesel and Eveline Karoter. our deHr broher-ln-l w uncle, aephew, grand-nephew and cousin. services at HOFTFTW)rjlJtTir,T r. lonlaj Mortusjy, 6404 Chippewa .l wfwson, Mon to a.m. to val-haJla hapel of 'Memorleii. Friends iiiflay oau Bun, alter p.m. I ANNOUNCEMENTS Rent! Sell! 1 BUSINESS PERSONALS 28 Swan mm. fx il lllraf Bill Wn Offer Servfcss! Big Daily and Sunday Phone Ads Eary for the WANT AD SECTION A 1-6666 Call IU A wint d cost ai little ai $1.48 (2-line ad one week day). Ask about tpecial 10-time rate save nearly 50 1 CHARGE YOUR WANT ADS! ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH WET BASEMENTS" Leaks stopped: guaranteed: cltv county. Call Russ Davis. Pegis- pR 2-0298. ' 1621 Bren'w""i-BoDy; M Xss .TTu SvsT "2R08 N. Grand, JE 6-7160, JE 5-983 ! ORKY HAIR? Dved urdrv "uii.? aieck will restore your hair to its uaiuiai color, rrire, 9.09. John- o'ii crycr -roiuciB, Hi;t4 Con. way rd., St. Louis 31. Mo. SWEDISH MASSAGE; Eva HetoTs 4 4 4 5 A E AS TON JE 1-23S7 TRAVEL ANDJOURS 29 Capable Drivers Furnished To Drive Your Car Anywhere 25 OFFICES TO SERVE YOU AUTO DRIVE-AWAY 722 CheatnutRm. 1618 OA 1-1499 dAS ALLOWANCE " Lav now to California. Ample time PA6-1 234 EvesR 3-4249 DRIVE car; Bay area, far" West, Southwest, Fla. Eaat. OA 1-1499 HHIVK late m,.i.l , n. .- JPIa., fuel furnlshed. CH 1-8761. I'mvB CAR Florida, Porthtnd; f)regon. PR 2-fi7fu WILL"fak"e your car west on truck ; rAiNiiN 43 PAINTINQ Pap?ring, Carpenir7 resident al or nmmrrfu GUY, 3M3 lilalne. PR J-9377 TXTNTINO; rea.TOnaleBimuIoTr KNOI'F. FRANK SR.. W.H Tan 22. 1964. heloved hnshnnd nt th late Mary Knopf (nee Swetlsch), dear father of Joseph and Frank brother-in-law, grandfather, uncle ami ojusin. FunArnl from TrriW Vrttr Son Chapel, 3518 N, ' Fourteenth St.. Rat. Jan Jl-ln o m St. Augustine Church. Interment Calvary. Member of Austrian Working MensAasoclatlon. Kl KAIKII A. JOSFPIf ir jn W! 88. 29O0 Grand ay.. Oranlle V-'S- .J?n- 22' lm- he-loved husband of Juli Ann Kukarola, dear father of Judith Ann Kukarola, dear son of Joseph Kukarola Sr., dear brother of Georse Kukarola, Mrs. Julie Wilson, Mrs Margaret Riemer, Mrs. Ann Won, Mrs. Mary Woll, Mrs. Rose Hasara and Mrs. MtliH,!Q ih,. ovich. .,""."? ' 8:30 a.m. from ""I'M funeral Home, 1929 Sacred Heart Church. Interrnent Calvary Cemetery, Edwardavllle, DEATHS 4 RAMTKK, JrtSKPH FVTWedTTJan. 22, lyt4, beloved husband of Dolores Raster (nee single), dear father of Arlene, Joe. Pat. Karen. Bobby, Cheryl Raster and Barbara HflWHrd. our Hear ann brother. fHther-ln-ls.w. hrother.ln. law son - In - law, grandfather, nephew, uncle and cousin. Funeral Irntn CtrTlK ITimaml nome, oravols, Mon., Jan. 27, 1:30 p.m. Interment National Cemetery. Member of Meridian Lodge Io. 2, A.F.eVA.M., American Legion Post No. 422. 40 & 8 vonure no. m. rasl commanders Club of St Louis and International Association of Bridge Structural and Ornamental Iron Workers Local 518. (Guard of Honor services Sun., 8 p.m.) Donations to Meridian Endowment Fund would h appreciated. Masonic services at time of funeral. la parlors Frl., . if: UP g-l Funeral Arrangements open dally 8-5 p.m., Friday tiosea tiunday 3801 SGrand PR -9600 FUNERAL DIRECTORS t KRIEGSHAUSER'S WEST t450 01iv Street rd, WY 4-3322 SOUTH 422 t. Klngshlghway FL 1-4320 Listen to Kriecshauser's "Night uu9it. nau naoio t to D p.m. iuaLuriiiK "'Salute to St. Ijuls Industry" VANE-CALVEKT PAINT CO. rfan. hq tnrougn s in AMBRUSTER 6633 CLAYTON RD. VO 3-1300 I)KI)K bnok aunt Servlca from PARhrir.n-4T.n RICH Funeral Home 1A w. r.-u wood. Webster Groves. Bat.. Jan. 25, 10 a.m. Interment Lakewood Park emetery. JDEHNK, HAROLD W., tntered Into rest Thura., Jan. 23, 1964, be'oved husband of Beatrice Dehne (nee Freimarkl. rienr fathai. ne ncati ice iavina uenne, our dear brother, brother-in-law. uncle and cousin, Mr. Dehne in state at BUCH- nui.ii Mortuary, 5967 W. Florissant iv., until 11 a.m. Sat.. Jan. 25. Funeral services same day at f p.m. irom tne altn Salem United Church of Christ, 7348 W. Florissant av. Interment Frledena Cemetery. Mr. Dehne wu Sunday School superintendent of F'alth-Salem Church. Contributions to the Falth-Salem Bldg. or Memorial Fundwill be appreciated. LANDMANN, FLMKR J 3423 beloved husband of Melba Landl mann (nee Ortmann), dear father of Mrs. Grace Canava and Elmer c. Landmann, our dear brother brother - In - law, father - In - law' grandfather, uncle. netvhAur cousin. Funeral from KUTIS Funeral '-06 Gravols Mon., Jan. : piu? v'hr's,.1!!" fp JrlnltyLutheranJjnieteryJ'' MoNCII;,.V,5..r.- Helwood, 1964. beloved hn.K.n -S S' ff: L. Lynch (nee Oriffith), dear fa-.hV ",' SM,'m' a,ld Ronald dear KKINBOI.I), HKI.EN (MAGDA-I.KNA) (nee Dlatie). TIOM Truia fortified with the Sacraments of iiuij iwumer nurcn, wen., Jan. 22, 1964, beloved wife of Matt Reinbold deer moiVin nt nun-. Ponclroll, Helen Pequignot, Mary v,..,iBuu iaccuraio, uatn-ertne Simon, Peter, Matthew, rank. the late rj,tv,-in. and Annie Reinbokl, dear sister of Margaret Bergesh, Barbara Schneider, Nicholas Matje, our dear grandmother, great - grandmother mother-in-law, sister-in-law, aunt great-aunt and cousin. Funeral from SOUTHERN Funeral Home, 6322 S. Grand Blvd.. Sat., Jan. 25, 8:30 a.m. to Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Interment Resurrection. DEATHS 14 T K H It K N II o KFi A V ?J A 8. (nee Schrothl, 4631 Minnesota, Ttiurs Jan. 23, 1964, beloved wife of William Tebbenhoff, dear mother Of Oliver, Walter Tebbenhoff, Leona Mueller and Landilla Lalal, our dear sister. sister. in. iau. mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, great-aunt and cousin. Mrs Tebbenhoff will lie In state u"l;"EK Tineral Home, 3013 Meramec, until 10 a.m., Sat., Jan. 25. Funeral service will be held from Trinity United ciiurch of Christ, Grand and Itaska at 1:30 P.m. Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery. A member nf TPlni,u r-i,,,- and Women's OuiM. CDKRICK, MABLE R.I 8 Sprlnr- dear" brmhi'?1" e"!? Rhoda nch' ok ol.. Jan. 2.1 mm i. i?. brother of Doris Amendola of Clarence Dederick, our dear clt, snd'S; ,iZ' brothe'-ln-law, FetS?n; J'!in- 25' 130 P m. RKITZ, EMMA M. (n. Bret-si'her), asleep in Jesus Wed.. Jan. 22 1964, 11:25 a.m., beloved wife of the late William Q. Reltz net,r, m?'her ,f the late Adele Rem dear sister of Herman,, our uear eister-ln-law, aunt and cousin In her 86 year n ,i u . ,ouun Hde ru- ir. Z""'. mppewa st, KEMZ. CHRISTIAV s rrM Jan. 23, 1964, beloved husband of the lata Theresa M. Kens (nee geek), dear father of Roy M. Renz, dear father-in-law of Rae .tveni uiee aaurrui), oua- dear uncle. Funeral from WACK1SR-HEL-DEhVLE Chapel, 363 Gravols, Jan. 25, 3 p.m. Interment VOHSEN, THERESA (lltlsvi (nee llimgatraeit), 11300 Schuetz rd.. Creve Conr rnriiria Sacraments of Holy Mother Church Jan. 2J, HIM, beloved wife of Juhn Vohsen. dearest mother nf rinr. nee, Herbert, Arthur. Marie ",llci uiivn onq Virginia vohsen, grandmother, mother-in-law, sister sister-in-law and aunt. ..Funeral from ORTMANN1 S. V11 t,a9h,llnd- Overland. Mon., Jan. 27, 8:30 a.m., to St. Monica's Church and Cemetery. Mrs Vohsen a memher of St. Monica's i.auiew ouaaiuy. Masses preferred. Inchapel after2 pMn.Sat. f)I.h, MINNIE M. (nee Kloess- nrrj, JlioA Allcnigan, TUes., Jan. 21, 1964, dear wife of the late Louis Volk, dear mother of Herbert J. and Roy J. Volk, our uear niomer-in-iaw, sister, stster- Mi-mw, srannnioiner ana aunt. Services 10 a m. Sat,. JOHN L. ZIEGENHK1N & SONS. 7027 Gravols. t.O HlllcrPHt Ahhav In lia of flowers, make contributions to waniy ui your cnoiee. reasonable i jrlce. EV 5-3129. SHARE A RIDE 30 FROM Kirkwood toCountry Day School on Warson rd., 8:20 arrival. 5:00 nick tin Vn ri.TOie, RIDB; WANTED f rom "Brentwo5cI fjeam n2 Vs Llndell vicinity- WO 1-7316, between 6-9 p m. 7EPB?2.N!iKWoRKliR 'We from SlirewrfSorv n Natural Bridge S:15-5.WO 2-7062 " a" r rme Troy, Mo. to down oT?"' VSii0- fcfc 1-5" 50. Ext, 247 or Lakevlew 8.71st RIDE WANTED Norma ndy"To6fh RIDE wanted from 846 LonTXrie" to Monsanto, Lindbergh. WY 4-01125 SWAPS ""ii" PAPER HANGING, CLEANINQ44 JAAUAitY SPECIAL 20 PCT. OFF FOR CASH Ttenenn '.'r.T Ui..n.i t.u .V,n,. isiciva WAJ.Lr'APiilR REMOVING v.HH service by ste method : free estimates. 12.17 DAMMERT TW 2-1736 yuMrLEiTti interior decorating, PA 5-06S3, 6728 Westminster ol' PAPERING-PAINTINO: all" work strictly first class; reasonable. Urschel. 4301 oieatha. PR 1-2540 PAPERHANGINO, palntlng do woia myaeii, prompt, discount on vacancies. Bolash. PR 3.1 fin PAPERING," Painting,-PlasterlrigT jinuieuiaieiy. rteese, 4845 Natural rvriugecu 1-7229. KOCHOW. SeeMaloney ROETTGER, CHARLES A., 900 ouwtMun.ii Ferguson, J?T1., Jan. 24, 1964, beloved husband of Interment Memorial Park Cem.! Bemic" (Babe) (nee Esteep), dear JAY B. SMITH T458 MANCHESTER ST 1-1115 STROOT-CARROLL 4600 Natural Brldgs IV 1-0341 ALBERT H. HOPPE" MORRELL JE 3-3950 TJa RST7 nEW) fiTneRaL home" -uu rage 1-3950 HOFFMEISTER Colonial Mortuary 6464 Chippewa FL 2-193li KVm - FUNErtAL'H0ME .2906 Gravols PR 2-3000 MoVDELL'3 Mississippi and Allen PR 2-0402 DEATHS 14 BAKVE, MYRTLE D. (nee IfJSrt)," Thurs., Jan. 23, 1964, beloved wife of the late Littleton H. Basye near jnuiner Ol iuartin lj, rj&aye, dear daunhter of Letilia Haihrnoli dear mother-in-law, grandmother, niece and cousin. Mr. Hasy, at KRIEQSHAUa- lai ll buuxrl, 4228 S. Kingshlgn-way, from 7 p.m. Thura. until 10 p.m. Frl, Services Sat., Jan. 25, 2 p.m. at Southampton Presbyterian Church, luieruustit Memorial J? ark. DOERING, FORREST A., 5600 8. Broadway, Wed., Jan. 22, 1964, beloved son of Albert and the late Kate Doering. dear neohew und Funeral from trmnnrHW a TIB ER'S SOUTH, 4228 S. Klngshlgh. way, Sat., Jan. 25, 1 p.m. Inter- uieui ounsei. in state alter 7 p.m. Thurs. (nee Meyer), win BAL'ER. ROSA I! Thnea Tun ) 1 HOI I of the" late Joseph p1. Bauer, dear iiioine-r or juyrue ana Joseph w. Bauer, Rose Beck, Hilila Meeh and the late Mildred Myers, dear mother-in-law, grandmother, great-Brajiumother, sister, sister-in-law suid aunt. Services at HOFFMEISTER Colonial Mortuary, 6464 Chippewa at Watson, Sat., 1:30 p.m. interment Sunset Member of Polnsettla Cnapter Nu. 4(2, O.kl.B. FLAVIN, JULIA A. (nee O'Brien) . iiia oi. Andrews dr., Normandy, fortified with the Baorarnents of Holy Mather Church, Frl., Jan. 24, 1964, beloved wife of MloliaaJ p Flavin, dear mother of The Most Rev. Glennon P., Very Rev. Cornelius J., Mary Eclmond, James Flavin and Cyrilla Stahl dear caster Of Cornelius J. O'RrtMi ru- dear grandmother, great-g'rand- mottier, moUier-in-law, slster-ln- Funeral from RoUTMiRW Tc,. iiemi nome, oo s. orand bl., Mon., Jan. 27, 9:15 a.m. to Bt. Ann's Church. TS30 Ni'i. RHiir RUSSFI.f.. Thurs . .T.n (Normanriv). ifor mom D..,?i. 23, 1964. fortilied wltll the Sacra- em Hirh Mass. F.ntnmhm rai ments of Holy MoUier Church, be- vajy Mausoleum. (IN STATE lovetl huahand of Mjirv Kiuui Inum I A F, p M B1K i Joseph c, Mary C. and Russell Bono Jr., dear son of Jennie Bono, dear brother of Frank and Charles Bono, dear brother-in-law, father-in-law, grandfather, uncle ana cousin. Funeral from KRIEGRHAUS- JJilt a suil'rl. 4228 S. Klotishigh way. Sat.. Jan. 25 9 a.m. tt Corpus Chrustt Church, Jennings. iiiLouiiimu aivavrjj Bl.VE. 4sa Knoesel. BONO, DOIVNES, JOHN S., 403fl N. 22nd St., Wed.. Jan. 22, 1064, at 11:23 p.m., fortified with the Sacraments of Holv Mnih.r wiurcn. nusnana ol the late Minerva J. Downes, dear father of John D. Downes, brother of mra, etao-ie stetian, and sidward Downes. our dear father-in-law, grandfather and uncle. Funeral from MORRELL Funeral Home, 3710 N. Grand bl., at Natural Bridge, Sat., Jan. 25, 8:30 a.m., to Shrine of St. Joseph, 11th and Blddle Bts. In-terment Calvary Cemetery. EASTHAM. KATE U'llxlAHftrtv. Jan. 23, 1964, wife of the late Ernest Klncaid Eastham, beloved mother of Joel D. Eastham, Helen wisuiam uaiiey, James K., Dickinson Swift Eastham and Lillian Eastham Lehner, dear grandmother and great-grandmother. Funeral from the AMBRUSTER mwiuary, oojd ciayton rd., sat. 10 a.m. Interment Oak H1U Ceme' tery, Evansvllle, lnd. ''tVi?11"',-!5 V' M,R0AKK1', Thurs., i1"-23' 19M' fortified wltfi Curclf0'"! . John Mace M'Ginley, dear aunt of j .h, rpny, w am J. Thomas X Flanagan grandd-aa1'''-aUnt an4 Funeral from ARTHUR J DONNELLY Parlors, 3840 Llndeili Sat., Jan. 25, 8:15 a.m., to St te,"Ji,.1l 10341 Manchester! P niTTn Calvary- In Pa"" 2 MALONE V MARY H. mVnhi yJK,.. "ear grand mot he p. trM . caA..u-' FT?iirh''-. aun' i Funeral frora the JOS t 7?&DiA, JR- nralHome; 7128 Michigan at Nagel, Sat brother of Minnie srhivniw wn. nam and Arthur Kowttger, dear orotner-in-mw and uncle Funeral from WHITE-MULLEN unapei, us N. F'lorlasant rd. Ferguson. Mon., Jan 27. 10 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Was member of Firemen and Oilers Local No, 6. In partors after 2 l.iu. oat. vT,-.j V ' i"0 oeioven nus-"ii of .Sarah Ann (Teenie) Martin., dear lath- Hlse, step-father of Ronnie and Judy Webb, son of George and Mary Martin brother of Herman and Roy Martin and Maxlne Knoll our grandfather, father-in-law, brother-in-law and uncle ;.". s.ta,e at MCLAUGHLIN'S .101 uirayette, until Frl., 10 p.m., then to the PKWITT Funeral Home. Centerville, Mo. Fu- c,iit aeivice eiun., a p m. at Centerville Baptist Church. Interment Polk Cemetery. Member 388 rvorkers .Local No, Ul-AV IIIIIITIU V . . . , ...mi, ,,.i,,ir..ii tt,. or x-acuic. Mo., suddenly, In his 38th year, at vMjiaiia xaunpitai, Jan. J, 1964, dear son of Marie Ryan (nee Mur- rayj. ana tne late w sm T Ryan, our dear nephew and cousin. jruneiiu oat., Jan. 9 a.m. from St. Brldeet's Church. Pneifie Mo. Interment St. Brldcet Cem. tery. In state at THIEBris Funeral rionw, i-acuic, mo. xtoeary a p.m, BRANGENBERG, CARL M jvanipsviiie, in,, w ei., Jan. -a, 1964. husband of Martha Bran-Bsnberg, lather ot Carl J., Michael, Helen Friednl and Marv Keeven son of Mike Brangenberg, brother oi iynnie sess, ijeona uess, Isabel Gansz, Lela Cloninger. Funeral from C. C. HANKS Funeral Home. Kamnsvllls. Rnt . .Inn 25. Graveside service Summit Ktrovu cemetery, i p.m. BKOS.NAN. See Maloney TA.SE, MAGGIE E. (nee Null), Thurs., Jan. 03, 1964; bejoved wife of the late Squire N. Case, dear mother of Ethel Simon, Gertrude Wilson, Bessie Stephens, Virginia DaJavlras, Thomas, MII-ford and Clarence Cdm. dAp mother-in-law, grandmoUter, great-jrrandmother, slstar-ln-law, aunt and cousin. Mrs. Case at HOFFMEISTER Colonial Mortuary, 6464 Chippewa at Watson, until 10 p.m. Sun., then In state at NULL A SON Funeral Home, Kolla, Mo., 2lon..l2 noon until services at 2 p.m. Friends may call Bat. alter FKIEDEL. See JJrangenberg Gl'ITTAK. LOUIS J.. FloH..r,t Mo Thurs., Jan. 23, 1961, fortified with the Sacraments ot the Holy Mother Church, husband of the late Sadie Guittar, brother ot Mattie Tebeau and Theodore Guittar, dear uncle, great-uncle, great-great uncle and cousin. Funeral from WHITE-MULLEN Mortuary,118 North Florissant rd ferguson, Mon., Jan, 27, 8:3(1 a.m. to Sacred Heart Church, Fluris-sant. Interment St. Ferdinand Cemetery. In parlor after 2 p.m. Saturday; HEAD, LAWRENCE P. SR., 3012 Dace Inn. l.amai, i..-nttj with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church. Wed., Jan. 22, 1964 beloveil husband of Fern Head (nee Lawrence), dear father of Ann Crawford, Sandra Lotlch, Thomas and Patrick Head, our dear father-in-law, grandfather, brother, brother-in-law, uncle and cousin. Funeral from FEY Funeral Home, 4100 I,emav Fapt-v h am,, Lindbergh, Sat., Jan." 25, 8:30 a.m to St. Matthias Church, 800 Buckley rd. Intermemt RiMiifr... tlon Cemetery. VnJlC' PETER. Wea., Jan. 22, 1964, beloved husband of Minnie rri . Soeteblerl. dear father w.iD aim r-eier Jttocca Jr. fl.r ST,0' Ca"!lne and the late Baldaserre Mocca. dear brother of Marie Parisl, 'isatS, Barrale, Mary Mllano. Joe and the late Phil Mocca, dear father-and uncfe1" hM' 1rot11'-ln-law Funeral Sat Jan. 25, 1:30 p.m.. from JA B. SMITH Funeral Home, 7458 Manchester av. ntermentesurrectJonCemetery. MORAN, ANNA (nee RyTnTT Thurs. Jan 23. 1964. fortified Z ."n.K.,,"1' Holy 1,- rin7 . ' uctuvW Wlie Ot tne late Blllv Mnran tt,.m ... Helen Kahn, Mae Holten and the late Elizabeth McDermott, Genevieve Victor and Daniel Ryan, Sls- Tu,"5nUrora ARTHUR J. DONNELLY Parlors, 3840 Linden, Mon. Jan. 27, 8:30 a.m., to St FrancHs Xavier (College) Church. Interment Calvary. In parlors 2 SALAMON, GEORGE EI.IAS of Crystal City, Mo., Jan. 21, 1964, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, son ot the late Ellas George and Anna Salamon, brother of Raymond, Jo-eph, Samuel Anthony Salamon ami junaueui Ducaner, uncle, great-uncle and brother-in-law. Funeral from POLITTE Funeral Home, Crystal City, Sat., Jan. 25 Mass. Interment Catholic Cemetery. Crvstal CitV. Fourth ri..r member of Knights of Columbus council no. tju ot f estus, Mo., Hri v Kama Rr.lut w-. -..,1. pile Union, Ruaary 8 prn. Frl. SANDERS. CAM. K - 'wiA . .f.n 22, 1964, beloved husband of Catherine Sanders (nee Ruth), dear brother, brother-in-law, uncle and cousin. Funernl from w iciri'n.uni yena unapel, 3834 Gravols, Mor... Jan. 27, 10 a.m. Interment National Cemetery. Deceased was a member of Aubuchon Dennlson Post No 186 American Legion. Guard of Honor service Sun, 9 VOLLMER, WILLIAM C, Wed.. Jan. 22. 1964 beloved hnBKan of Adele Vollmer (nee Roebkei', lamer or iistner Keynoids, dear fatlier-ln-lnw of r.Mir olds, dear gramlfather of Joyce Et-jel and William Reynolds, dear brother of Bertha Cramer, dear great-grandfather, brother-in-law, uncle and cousin. Funeral Sat.. Jan. 25, 1 pi, from MATH HERMANN A SON'S Chapel. Fair and VVeat Florissant avs. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Vollmer was a member of Mt. Morlah Lodge No. 40, A.F.4A.M. and I. A. of M. Local No. 134ci. Masonic service rn, a p.m. To Place a SWAP AD PHONE MAIM I.AAAa Just dial MA 1-6666 and you will be automatically connected with an ad taker who will help vou word your ad. If you wish. Toil do not need to "open an account" Just sav: "CHARGB it." a,i-ii. jr are on duty 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Or you may bring your ad to the want ad counter, 12th and Franklin and either pay cash or charge It. OUT OF TOWN FOLKS, MAIL YOUR ADS IN; PEST CONTROL AS KOfftER PEST ANfj tKt?MlTE"i PLASTERING 6 PLASTERING; patchhew; prompt. wi'Uj", wj oiuney. su s-ouu. PLUM BERS Licensed ) 67 MO 4 5630 VOflEt.PnHT. S-Jll Cherokee: iiromnt. inw nrirnsi HOOFING, GUTTERING, SIDING 68 SAVE HAVP. "Airirr TROilRI.iri TIM Bl CiOU Storm lobs, hall damage specialist. Immediate service. All bonded roofs. 2o years in business. R & H Roofing Co., J 3039 Gist Rd. '1 It b-6047 SlAPTEwoon RdTiFiSg AND REPAIRS New, repairs, chimney work, gutters repaired nnrl r-lennarl nut 72.1 1 SOUTHWEST M I 9-6658 KOOir REPAIRS NEW ROOF For a hole in your roof or a whole neW r, f HMn.l.. A,nBnn.l . terms. FREDERIC, 4280 Natural "iiuKo. can ui. -iuuii. ROOFS, new, repairs, shlnrieTTiot "sPhalt. etc. Ilufr. Caf 1-8025, Pr 2-5G85. 3318 Shenandoah! ROOMNG; any type: no Job tod s?LTiWTi$tam' 6357 ?,?p?F,1,N, and r'utteriniaTrworlt ?VairKTtee.i,Pi' ccs reasonable. ALLEN, 2732 Hereford. MO 4-4160 ROOFING. siding, tiickpolnting, brick work. Mike Sharks, 5555 Clemens. Fo 7-7969. liOOFlNa, chimney; foundation. Martin VO 3-43S6. 7R19 nrv. SITUATIONS MEN, BOYS 80 ALL around janitor work, porter or custodian references. FO 7-5.176. AMBITIOUS Young Man, married, experience In general office procedure, desires management op- P'lriuniiy; win consider ail post fiona offering chance for advance' men t. Fit 1 9452. B'fTTr.DINQ "MANAGEMENT Experienced, electrical, heating, cooling, maintenance. construe tlon. ensrlneprine. cnntrflotlne Re. sume, P. fiurdga, 2217 Thurman, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR 10 years supervisory experience office ajid piant. Bax P-329, Post-D CAFETERIA-Custodiari work: experienced; reference. EV 1-8830, CARPENTER ahd"abThet wlirkT prefer small Jobs. CH 1-4299 days or after 5 D.m. (5ARPEklF;R. raWsraier; room additions, porch, fixture work, uiwiBmiv, rn Z-3W4U. CHAUFFEUR; experienced; refer- ence. m A 1-8414. COcaNEk experienced on floors; mornings jr nlerhts. CO 1-2."i(l3. COLORE15; work any kind 'fchauF feur license. BV 1-9263, JE 1-5352 COOK, capable of taking charge. EV 2-568after 4:30, ciTEDrT coT.r.ncf'YoW WaW " Thoroughly experienced all phases retail time payment operation. Manage or assist. Box P-222. P-D. CUSTODIAN; "8 yean experience;" work factory or office. Write Louis vviiiianin. ificKsnn Am an?. DHAl-TINQ and scribecote encrav-."1Ko' freejnnce basis. JE 5-63 28 GENERAl, housV" cieanihg, cook n.vntra; new; repair; prompt CARL 2O03 Sidney M0 4-S200 S,9Pt".s Repe-lren recoat. ColemanT 4051 Mcrninec. PL 2-6515. for private family. Janitor Work; reference. BR 1-5170. HIGH SCHOOL, boy; itiifidhob iwwi oat., reliable, um 1-0143. iNSPFyrfriit " n, ri. wi.i years experience. TU 6-0773. ' LINOTYPE OPERATOP.2rcoT-ored. 814 years experience, commercial and newsjiaper shops, 1 ia galleys an hour. Box P-223 Post-D. MAINTENANCE Engineer" married, reliable, sober; references. HA 630, ' MATT, white, 38: has been self employed last 8 years; experienced In sales and mechanical repairing: seeking permanent position. Box i-. ' , u n 1 -1 1 a icn., HELP WANTED MEM, BOYS 82 TOP NOTCH HEAD PROnrJClJ" BUl'Eft-M KliOMANDiaEiR AcRressfve midwest retail trxA oi'Kanizatiun huts itch an opening to be filled immediately. We buy direct and iiav & central warehouse. The man we lire looking for ttt presently a h&ad Product Buyer-MercJMJidiser and ls on hl way up and not out. He is probably looking tar relocation because of a desire to be ag" f.ressfve and use hfi owg (ieaa. If you are that person, then Mid u your resume immediately. A basic requirement U that your experience be from the Midwest or near ad lacent areas. Our employee! know of this advertisement. Your replies will be Kept strictly confidential, BOX J-90, POfiT-DISPATCH Excellent .-' Opportunity - For a man fntftreMtM In aom snecIallBed Indusrtrial chemloats. rreier man with exp-srlerrce In Industrial selling chemical or metRl lurgloal backii round rafarriti hut not jnandatoty. SALARY OPEN Company car provided Contact R. M. Lawrence !' CHEMTECH CORP. 7882 Folk ' ACCOUNTiNGClMr A 20 to 30; minimum S "O'ltris to 1 year experience; will help compile Job ortie, costs; excellent starting saj. "'ry'.a,'.t.rac,lv frn'Be benefits. 8i08n-S' ?'oay. St. Loins 11 MAN: colored": 29 years old; tm jLf""1 Opportunity' Employe: STORAGE, MOVING. EXPRESS &9 WN DER'AHE VANS; low rate! "'"""'!". rlnIi?"-. I' 1 32200. viiLuiej hkjiminis AIOVING CO, YOHNCKE, FAV ANNETTE passed away 1:30 a.m. Wed., Jan. 22, .1064, survived by parents John and Sally Yohncke. sister of Geor- if ivonne, fenny i.inda and uiiti jr, Funeral from KARftT.V lr,inA.i iioiue, ivi, io(, vjanoKia, m., rl, .hi. LOST AIREDALE, mateT la hemophiliac: reward. WY 1-07411 or PA 7-6414. APPLIANCE dolly lost; North: winds Estate Apt. Sat.; return to display office for reward. ATTACHE case. Alroort: "liS OT containing glasses, various books niLj&Per?' reward. UN T-3316. BKAGLE PUP. male, black, white red collar, ."Tiger," children's pet, reward. UN 4-fi77o rJoxe,R; male fawn and white. wmte paws, reward. HU l-877. cuctiEit; wmte male, 2 years uia: vicmiiv h nr Hnr a. tag, etc.; reward. J A 4-1953. ' COLUE "Prince," sable and ".ulc. Buy, uirin neiect. needs S!,tciaL ' Spanish j,,, area 1 U n-0382, CIIIHUAIILTAT'fawnaw4TO7e: mate, "Debbie." Fat reward. JA 12946. BARK brlndle hdunXnmeplate on collar, Cornelius Eck.sttMn, Rt. i, orauiuii, iw.u., -u reward iiir n formation 1H Hint tn ttls. wrtaea. a bouts and return of thie hound. v-o.ii ru rouu or wrue to Eckstein. DACHSHUND, b ro wiTTmaTeTniTs'e Snoopy. PR 2-1231 after 4 -an. DOG part shepherd brown, White v-mc!l, n couar. wed. . Jan WILL TRADE FOR ANYTHING 3124 Eais: fl-mnni dence. m batiis; completely re- iS" riars TTvdi o?.e ea"m.?'"a-decorated; nice yard- payments I -clara-..sV 1-9,128. any time. like rent or $29S down: vacant I SCH00I liin l"HTDIIITIAIl"ve'- and open. l"---.LJ7"-,1"':"uv 1 O.I.'s Nothing Down PA B-3320 MEHLMAN HE 2-2704 JB.H.P 4-wheel drive; rebuilt 4!l5; 52 Ford tow truck. Holmes wreck-er 1695, '59 Ford 6-cylinder automatic sharp S695: Sun ,V"0 motor tester cost 11550, take $595; Vagabond house trailer 25 ft. equipped Si:a: or ? JA 2-3535; 8320 Frost I'KOSTWOOD OIII.F BUD RABENAU, General Contract or; any type nome repairs for Items nf vnlne- rak. aanrr floors, atop wall cracks, concrete walks, driveways, porches, tuck-pointlng, remr1ellng. 18 years at 4312 Hunt. OL 2-5418 DEHUmIDIFIER, TVs. gasiin?es"i iu sixes;, rerrigerators, wringer Washers, hunk hp,in rnnl oua T,A oil heaters, 2 cast iron picture combination ranges; trade or sell. GA-8933. JA 4-3590. 30 ACRES. 7-room fiome, near Hillsboro for 114.500. Excellent financing or will trade for St. Louis iiicuiiie oronerrv nr- T lon Gerstaian Rltrs. PA B-9300 FKONTIER, 1962, 56x10. expand-ins: front room. 2 bedrooms, will Sin ""rifera"r 'or eiuity or 7 HOTEL, 20 minutes from ST louis. 12 unit 2 homes. J20.0IH) ..ulUW uuwu or noma in trade. Bav ard R F. Ft. LO'i-CJ A"OTO, truck parts, van bodies for ..I'inKB purpotfes, aumps, pickulifl. etc 'Name it. . . . we have it!" Oa-ih or ? Rich' ru i-iwoc AUtO BOT5Y repairing, patntine ... u c,ln lzlnK, i'r casn or 7 FL 2-4271, HU 1-0SSS. CORVETTE, '50; 327 rnkine. "4-speed box, positive traction, rear end for ? ? JLC 5-5235. TAVERN-Tiestauraht; wantTTotel or coin lnundry; in St. Louis area, rs. n-n.j. VARITYPER: standard,"- wlth"5 faces; Heaclilner with 8 faces; S1200 or offer ? EV 3-3609 POODLES."" pair: A K.C., swapfo7 pair German Shepherds or Dober-man Pinscliera. CO 1-5362. 100 AUTOS, trucks, parts.8wip for 7 We finance anvrrnp s-i.uan. ,Mot8I45Lotus. CO 1-2797. FOOD SHOP, scl or leiLse.- livrnir quarters. HA 7-9398. RANKEN Technical and Trnds Cnurto. (DAY OR EVENING CLASSES) Applications accepted now for Spring Term. o o 0 DRAFTING ELECTRONICS AIR CONDITIONING REFRIGERATION MACHINE SHOP POWER PLANT PLUMBING CARPENTRY WELDING AUTOMOBILE AUTO BODY LITHOGRAPHY 0 0 0 WRITE PHONE VISIT for more Information ADMI8SIONS OFFICE HOURS: DAILY: 8 A.M. to 4 P.M Evenings: Mon.-Wed. 6 to 8 P.M. THE DAVID RANKEN, JR. School of Mechanical Trades 4431 Finney Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Phone FR 1-0233 22, "J'So9.3,00 "v "' ' Reward.' W Y 4 947, DOG, black deer typt-ChfhTiahuaT reward. GA 1-4179, alter 5:30 p.m. CHOTT, JOSEPHINE (nee Cur- rsilt "sol wig rJend ttivd., wed.. Jan. 22. 1964. w.fe of the late Andy chott, stepmother of Mrs. Helen Casaidy and, Mrs. Julia Sullivan. Services 2 p.m. Sat., Jan. 25 at the BOPP Chapel, 10810 Manchester rd Kirkwood. Interment MtIbajTonCeinetery CI V1HV vUAVr.ta 1 , . , Thura, Jan. 23, 1964, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, dear father of rrajis w, ana rtutn Cleary, Doro-they Leldlng, Juel Carnoske, and Ethel Schenk, dear father-in-law, grandfather, (Treat - grandfather, brottier and uncle. Funeral from HOFFMEISTER Colonial Mortuary. 6464 Chippewa at Watson, Sa-t., 7:45 a.m. Re- Suiem mass at Rt. Margaret of cottland Church. 39th and Flad, 8:30 a.m. Interment Calvary. Contributions to St. Joseph Hill In-flrmar y preferred . flORBKTT. ELEANOR (nee Oo-dar), Thurs., Jan. 23. 1964, fortified with the Sacraments of noiy Motner cnuron. beloved wife of Edmund J. Corbett. dear motner or Loretta Booth, dear sister or tviarJes, Louis, and Andrew Godar. dear sister-in-law mother-in-law, grandmother and aunt. Funeral from KRIEGSHAUSER'S south, 4228 a- KJngsnighway, Mon., Jan. 27, 9:30 a.m. to St. Plus the V Church. Interment Resurrection. A member of Altar rlety and Sodality of Our Lady, state after 4 p m. Sat CRARY, HENRIETTA, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother onurcn, wed,, Jan. 22, HILGEMAN, EL.MKH F., 5874 Deior. Asleeo In Jemi Fnl .r.n 24. 1064, 2:45 a.m., beloved husband of Adele Hilgeman (nee Feddersen). dear father of Frederick R. and Elaine Hilgeman, our dear broUier. father-in-law, brother-in-law, grandfather, uncle, great-uncle and cousin, in his 55th year. Funeral Mon., 1:30 p.m. from BEIDKRW1EDEN South Side Funeral Home. 3620 Chippewa, to Concordia Cemetery. Body will lie In state after 2 p.m. Sat. MORTENSEN, HANNAH M., 1069 Chelsea, Thurs,, Jan. 23, 1964 beloved wife of the late Mads Mor-tensen, dear mother of Robert Mortens. Marie Franklin, Ruth Bnldt, Edna Toft, Evelyn Yeager, Hannah Kleinschmldt and Hnzel Crul . dear Sister mother. ln-i grandmother, great grandmother aunt. Funeni.l Hat . 9 t, MtTTELBEItG-GERBrTR 'colonial Chapel, 2.1 W. Lockwood, Webster Groves. Interment. T.nke r-hUri eiiieie-ry. u oesirea, contributions may be made to the Bethany Lutheran Church of Webster Groves Building Fund In state after 3 p.m. ,Prt. " MITRHAY. MARY A. (nee Con-ley), fortilied with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church Wed.. Jan. ??J ielt dr w'lfe of the late r'd -P.- ffUTay, dear mother of o 'pta Ryan, Mae Lyons, James, Ruth Corkery. Marge and the late Leo P. Murray, our dear grandmother, mother-in-law, aunt and cousin. Funeral Sat., Jan. 25, 8:30 a.m. from JOS. A. HOWARD'S Funeral garet of Scotland Church, 'inter-mentCalvary, M'H.MID, LOUISE C., fortified wiui me oacrajnents of Ho 11 Mother Church, Wed., Jan. 22, 1964. dpnr rinufhtpr nt ,h. t Joseph and Bertha Schmid (nee t-uiiw, uear piaier or Joseph an ujius Bcniniu, our near sister-i law, aunt, great-aunt and cousin Funeral from the ROBERT D. KINEALY Mortuary. 2228 St. Louis av,, Sat., Jan. 25, 7:30 .., to hi. Augustine's Church, Lismore and Hebert. Interment 88. Peter and Paul Cemetery. Miss CTviuiuu was an nonorary tne member of the International tjHiu .,'lc'.,,LvjL.orHorB' Local auj. SICHMITT. RK-lINAUn w Ut--, Tties., Jan. 21, 1964, 'fortified with the Sacraments of Holv Moth er Church, beloved husband of .ina K. oenmitt tne Grimm) dear father of R.vmri .r Tj-r. !,ar!t W Jr-l Rbrt L. and Wal- 11 ciiimii. near ratner-ln-law, grandfather, brother, brother-ln- ' u"v' ttIm couain. Funeral from G KBKEN-B ENZ . s Meramec Bat., Jan. 25. 8:30 a.m. to St. Cecilia Church Interment 8S. Peter and Paul. Member of Holy Name So- l-9 iCT"ueIu oi w.c.u. Br. SCHNEIDER. PAUL. in,.u ij r unr,lne Macramenls of 23, 1964, beloved husband of the ate Marv Schneider nh.ij ,, clear father of Clara Brouk, Loyola Brouk, Imelda Wailach and an. oi;nm;iiier, our dear broth-father 'a"ier""'-law rand-Funeral .from the HEIUTAO Funeral Home, Imperial, Mo Man Jan. 27, 9 a.m. to Bl. John s Catholic Church, Hwy. 21, 9:30 a.m. interment Immaculate Conception Cemetery. 1",j7sl;KInV ANNA " HsMiel), suddenly Thurs., Jan. 23, lliiil beloved wife of William Mussler, dear mother of Irene Kostyshock, Anna Haushalter, Norma Kozma and Evelyn Roggl, dear sister of Helen Crecellus and Viola Moffltt, pur deiir sister-in-law, mother-in-law grandmother, great - grandmother, aunt and cousin. .F0"'jr''al ,,rora WITT Mortuary, 6109 Gravols av., Mon., 10 a.m. to ..,n ol. .nonius uemeterv. Mem. u.iitvw.xt .... . TVi oer or Lyon counc No. 9 n r,t & h.,i,;X; ' .'if who wiu have services at tlm. oi Bethlehem. Pa.. Sun.. Jan. 10 1964, beloved husband of Hazel B. (nee Mlnter). dear father of Pa tricia Aheln and Edgar Jr., dear son ui Anna norrman, oear oroth-er of Oscar and George Hoffman, Marguerite Rakey, and Alberta mcaey, near granniamer, father-in-law, brother-in-law, son-in-law, uncle, nephpw and cousin. Funeral from SOUTHERN Funeral Home, 6322 S. Grand bl., Sat., Jan. 2.5, 1:30 p.m. Entombment Mt. Hope Mausoleum. Member of Aleabil Tvidirp No f;aa A.F AA.M., and Oriental Chapter 78 R.A.M. Masonic service time ui iiuieiai JONES, WALTER J., 516 Tuxedo, Wed., Jan. 22, 1964, beloved husband of Isabella Jones, dear father of Dolores Helfsteck, Private memorial services Frl., 2:30 D.m. at MITTRIHPHfl. GERBER Colonial Chapel, 23 W. Lockwood, Webster Groves. Family ..ucp. uu nuwers ana no visitation. If desired contributions may be made to Emmanuel Episcopal .juuuiiig r una. funeral. NASH, AMBROSIA (nee Troxler), entered into rest Wed., Jan. 22 164. widow of Edward L. Nash dear mother of Walter Nash and Dorothy Sueme, dear sister of Frances Muenz, our dear mother-in-law, grandmother, great grandmother and aunt. Funeral from STOCK Mortuary, o-5.H" rd'V Sat.. Jan. 25. 8:30 a.m. to Holy Name Church. Inte-rment Cnlvorv Mot hers of St. Ann's Sodality will pray the rosary at 8 p.m. Visitation alter 2 p.m. Frl. SCHOBER, GEKTItl'DE (nee Nled- .,..sti.u9,, .io,, isijignam, xnurs., Jan. 23, 1964, beloved wife of William Schober. dear mother of Mrs. Billle Anderson. Mrs. Patricia Brennan. and Nannette Schober dear sister of Louise Conwell, our dear mother-in-law, sister-in-law, grandmother, aunt and cousin. Funeral from KUTIS Funeral uie, i,o uravois, Mon.. Jan 27. 1U a.m. Intfrmpm Hi n. and Paul Cemetery. In 'parlors GERMAN SHEPHERD Children's pet. 10 months; female; from 9400 block Clavton rd.. La-due. On Jan. 2.2- hlnelr with K,n. markings; "Srhatzie." Reward, v an w x ,r-l,Mr. GERMAN Shepherd black-aHH tan, male , 5 years old, chain with license and rabbles tag, answers I u Liute- ; tost in vicinltv of water tower on Grand, reward. pAl-3139orCH 1-6625. MAN'S wedding ring, j diamonds, set In stars; reward. GA 1-0876 MONGREL; sleek black, tan and white; Merfty"; reward. PR 3-0974 PARAKEET; green, blue tall, yel-low head; Susie; area 31xx Chip, pewa PRjt-8377 ;reward. POODLE puppy, ereme: vlr-TfTTtv Southern 111. U. ; E. St. Louii Reward. OL 2-4100 ext. 284. ' POODLE: hlack tno- wi.i..-Tw EV 5-4138, " PUPPY; tan black tall; female;' Westgate-Enright area; reward; raJ.-CJl, REWARD for Information leading to recovery of Pwet-hiit nh nva tractor lost in St. Louis area. SlH25.'20' m white color, GE 6-3353 fi-.m mm tr. -i-in ,r'j lan1' initial s; ruby, 5 S i. i alamonus; southwest High tra. seniuneniai value; prvn. ,i,,. . ' -.,'.7; rr.. s,-t --'"u uiu. "Lone; mai- colm Bb-JIss rest room; keepsake; WAElET, man's, lost Saturday. M Rll van U B Eono , WIDE ! lwIdinW bandTman'1? (Art Hill area) : rew.trd. MI 7-H40i8 WSTATCH, Ma.n's7ffoia" SPECIAL SERVICES & TRADES 38 WATCH and clock repairs, ""all kinds; also to the trade, guaran- rde.JEVe'5'S7A'1-37U ienn"",8S THE CLEANER'S clesner", whole sale only. Frank Splnelll, TO -"-"u, -ni j. ijaiayette. ASH HAULING 41 ASHPITS, old ahedTwrcked; ba.Kt nitjnta cle.ined: prompt service THOMAS 4423 Pake JE 5-027 ASfTKS, rubbish; prumpt". AlXKN," BRICKLAYING, Tuckpolnting 43 CHIMNEY repair." "any type. Mil-bourn 6.1.JT Stratford EV 3-7126. I'UCKPOINTINO AND ROOFING Sales. 52U7 Enrlcht Fn i-.tflnn t-JcKPOl SITING ;' waterproofing"' CARL. 2003 Sidney MO 4-iiL'(ill CARPENTERS & BUILDERS 44 MODERN builders, carpentry plaster board, fire doors, attics, basecments finished, walls, ceilings iii-tv.Jiirn. zoo AiOIOn, Pit 6-4476 'W'0 1-5482 ADDITIONS, porches, ceiling tile, garages. Ken Spanbauer A Co., 4607 S. 31th at Taft. FL 2-5339. CARPENTER, "paneling, basement; WbRth, plumbing, concrete. AKINS EV5-9&9 1560 Valle KITCHEN remodftling, "cabinetsT nwr ana wan tne; general home repairs. Vance. MFI l-non-r PORCHEsTcToaets. sfops",'palnt olastor. remndpl urihi 1,70 Vi r-j ;v;.. .......... .u I itip.iunii, o- 100. POUND in i'"'"- mne. HanleyTiiil,: "CptLlB : maTeTratFTibrtinR "''iff'B- au" e:ou. uin s-j 77. FOUND 10 keys oh fTng at BoyTe'i . iur same ana pay for ad. JE 1-9655, MONGREL, male, wHfe; black" .pui, orown ear, UN 7-6S25. PET HEN- vicTnTlv p-p,,.- TX Manchester. Y0 6-290. puppy, black and ,-oooa. white. fiT OBRECHT, PArt F O'Pailon, Mo., suddenly, Thurs.. Jan. 23 1964, dear brother of fenma Hal-1 ri Dorothy Maianec, Adell Pol- .'. Vincent, uiennort and Cyril Obrecht, uncle and cousin. Funeral Mass Mon., Jan 27, 10 a.m., at Assumption Church, burial church cemetery. In state Sat KEITHLY-DAVIS Funeral Hbm 127 8. Main. O'Fallon, Mo Rpsyry Stm , p m. SCHRADER. I.AWHFvr'tfi- .r.i fled with the Sacraments of Holy iA..; . "-.11:11, wen., jnn. z, 1964, dear husband of Crescent Schrader (nee Fischer), dear father of Glennon and Marvin Schrader, Mrs. LaVerne Hof, Sister M. Martin de Poi res, S 8 N.D . Olir (iCar hrotlll'r hrnthpr.ln.lnn. father-in-law, grandfather, uncle Funer.'il frnm Tntrw 6TV",o . SON Funeral Home, 5541 River-view bl Sat. Jan. 25, at 9:30 a.m., to Nativity of Our Lord Church. Interment Calvary Ceme- Holy Name Society of Nativity Church. 8COBELL. ANNA f!.. Jan. aa 1964 wlie of the late Dunbar DL'l'UPll. Funeral Frl., Jan. 24, 3 p.m., fro m 0'SULUVAN MUCKLE KRON Mortuary, 8806 Jennings rd. at Horit morlalark Cemetery. FLOORING AND TILE 53 FLOORS "refinlshed; newTioors," linoleum and vinvl tile lr,,t DETECTIVES It) ... ST. LOUIS FLOOIilNG CO. ' ti i. , . .r c -r - Manchester OL 2-4223 H. MARIAM shadows everywhere; Fi,nnn-4 .iindpd '"rprntatLwr in,, i . ferUDelrn?d Pi W"" ""' 'fJtk "wi 'l- 6..,:.1 iielmar, PA l-077b. nnm. PR 2-S107, HA 8-2645. PERSONAL 23 tAlirflOTr'Cor.enmshlpecTB ANVnNiR .opnTcr SvTvn .,.,, ""-' - victoria, mi 7-Utl.lH. parked, had flat tire 7on Market L8 NO, ""'PpM ; west of Grand about noon Tubs.. !! ,elenE.e,li ..'l!dm'- 10848 Kinig- Jan. 14. please call TR 2-8533. LW..o-o. CARPENTRY: all klnits: 34 years, "f AY "S0THINO""rtrjul"64 1 CoeTi 88b5 Watson Woods, VI 3-0650. CONCRETE, CEMENT WORK 4eT CONCRETE-NEW" OR REPAIR"' CARL 2(OjldneyM0 4-8200 ELECTRIC wii;iNG7Efcr" 50, FUTURE ELECTRIC CO. IIOUSK POWER and Rewiring Specialists; Fres Estlmstes. 272S OKAVOIS PR 3-1323 ORR Et.ECTRICTwTrTnB, "repairs'; since 1907; rehabilitation and con demn work commercial and In-friilio "0' mi chorolieB' Pil TO'BIN Electric; house and coin" lueiiiiai wiring installed and re- paneu; cuy ana county; free est -mates : 3.;J N. Ninth. CEn 1-1163. tACAVATION-TRENCHINQ 51 Hl-LIFT work done; ' basements and driveways dug. rubbish re- iniiveii ana ouiKilnis torn down, Curtis, No. 25 Oleander ct, VI 2-0003. Look At Today's Help Wanted ftlialirierl for thm ivviit In would REALLY like in hnvn- Mil or write for free success profile.' Missouri Training Agency WY 1-1080 9216 Clayton Rd. DAILY 8 to 5 ST. LOUIS, MO 6310S IBM TRAINEES' WANTED" MEN AND WOMEN EARN TOP INCOME Fast Growing Automation Field New Classes Starting Soon If You Qualify. Training Can lie Financed Automation Traininq, Inc. PA 7-7212 6600 DELMAR IBM KEY PUNCH RimnnrrnHa NCR BOOKKEEPING MACHINE8 ot. Louis scnooi or Automation (As Seen on TV) 8427 HAMPTON 508 N. GRAND MOHTS-SUN, PA 8-1239 LEARN AND EARN JOHN HANCOCK INSTITUTE 3460 HAMPTON VE 2-3310 station or parking lot attendant; chauffeur; full or part time. CO MAN, white; experTencea" order filler, stock man; will consider uiiit-ijii uine jod. rn 1-0681. MAN wants work '"nTnsfprinir'nr r. t,.iiuiia, leicieiiceM. rLZ-i.JfW. main; any type work; references; experienced. JE 5-9154. MAN, part-time work; hours after 2pm FO 7 009. Job. OL 2-7587. MAN; porter; factory work; Jan-itor; any type work. JE 5-1821. PART TIME Job desired. HB 28. Warehouse, clerical typing, labor, janitor, supervisory, experience. Handy with tuojs. Box T-I)J, P.-D PART TIME, drive houseman, labor, etc. EV 2-3717. PASTRY" baker; holel experience; dependable, sober. PL 2-7987. PHARMACIST, white," 3S, experienced; north or west county; part tlme.BoxN.134, Post-Dlspatcri. PRESS M iuT:rv. ri.ii,.-, rri letterpress, offset pressroom man- a,,iv-iii. dm, r-Zl. Hnsl.llar, ri'ivi naainii Acent. 14 vparspx. perimce: diversified procurement in industrial manufacturing- cost reduction, value analysis, Inventory c".,ro':oeS1'ee' w"1 "locate. Box . , ri'nt-i nspaicn. RETIRED CLBRK; wdteFaBrrT. SHl'pPINOlelk''irr'rverT route and load trucks; 20 years wholesale meat, smwrvisor in shipping dept., various office dull 1374 order service. XV I r.At.HER. chemistry; biological science, physics nnWu- h I v I. school, St. lAtula area only; 10 T , .-t'erience polymers, biochemistry; have taught; two degrees. Box J-89tPosV-Dlsputch. TRUCK driving, garage work. 20 years' experience, B)XP-17-D. RUOR driver oi- chauffeur re- nnuie, colored, EV 3-5572. YOUNG MAN, 22, eoloredrSaK rled. wants part time work of any kind; some sales experience. Call after 4j.m., OL 2-1844. YOUNG MAN,' colored; stock "clerk or Janitor; steady, quiet. EV 2- 3600 after 4. YOUNG man. 2H whiter nssprriVilv experience; can drive. CO 1-2534. YOUNG MAN; " service 'expired; win iea rn any trade, pit 1-08138. i OUNG man, experienced grocery ".':. eiri rnrefl, r. V 1-UOia. STANDARD ACKAGIN0 i OOliP. ACCOUNTANT JUNIOR-SEMLSENIOR '" Permanent position with local CPA rr.1'"!,',"1 bookkeeper con-lii-nm W"rl'ln knowlsrlgi of 1-0631. ACCOUNTANT' Mu tl-oprporatlon experience: ?i.n -ln. Ke,ler"l ledgers through cash returns. Send qualifications pot.DHj:,ap!av,cs;ii,t6d- n-ios- ACCOUNTANT; exce'Tlen'roppof It? 2rly '"'.man with accounting df. wl,h anPr"niately 5 to 10 Jtniinr, exp,"nenc,!' Se resume. ADJUSTER Age 25 to 35. hltrh school . ihitS ""rrvlcB obligation com-win ,"r f0,"1 elwience but will train. Must have good appear- Q.XJP--1I1J.ST;DISPATCH Advertisina Convwritcr"" fe1!,r:,mcy; mme experience! send brief re.iunie; salary ripsirerl aum NSmt D fy t? Advertising Salesman tlfi7v-fa?,;Kr?wln' Wadison oountf diily, experienced dnilv or wppktv "ePaP": nuat know layout ReynoldsT 61856-7505 ,""' J"' AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO. Looking for inexperienced or ex. perle-ncert dr ver.i tm.-im; " operators. Be n ,, fnS I., 21 or over. Own or h-gas o? ','nan 1058 diei." "959 heu rn, 'ci;'r;.. Imcrviews rter 9 aTm.-'c. Mr'EaNywirr at Umx H,e CE 1-72U0 M' A,f.iy A.rJr'! 'pllrman"; smaTTrTS: iiniiut-a, exper encpd- ,t.i. 1- SITUATIONS WOMEN, CIRLS 81 BABY sitting, my home, days," reliable, experienced, good care: near Mark Twain highway and Jennings road, CO 1-11154. RABY-Sit or Housework 3"! Says a" week; experienced. EV 1-9754. BABY elt or cooking; stay or go; reference. BR 1-2758. BABY SITTING any 'time: ST i-;ur,8. PI Iflcatlons. Box N-V'r'fc'.?V?.u?J- Architectural' braffsman Experienced draftsman needed la i;ajs qua lined experience for advancement. Salary Wrlte MATTHEWS inn OUR 164, dear sister of Marie Murphy and Francis Crary, aunt and tousln. Funeral from CULLED A TELLY Funeral Home. 7267 Nat- certlli oral Bridge, Sat, Jan. 25, 8:30 Hone Cemeterv. Mpm,h.r e at .m. to St. Ann'g Church. Inter- An'n Sodality. In parlor Sit. 2 gent Calvaiy, p.m. ' KAMINSKI NOPHIA fortified with the Sacraments of ,K ""er ynurcn, rl Jan. 24, of Leona. George, Walter, Frank aim oerna,ro. -.arnlnskl and Mrs. Clara Oolys. dear sister of Mike aD? Novak, and Mrs. Jose phine Dunne, our dear sister-in-law, mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmotrier. it oouffn. Funeral from TrrTTTa v,,n.Mi Home, 2906 Gravols, Mon , Jan, 27. 8:30 a.m. Requiem moss St.. Church. Interment Mt. TO PLACE A WANT AD CALL MAIN 1-6666 CHARGE IT ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH STAGGENBOHG. WILLIAM P., of Warreniton, Mo., Wed., Jan. 22. 1984. fortified l T'o,. ..;. ments of Holy Mother Church, beloved hlintanrl nr h I... irii.L ir Staggenborg, dear father of John H, , Mary fiitranghoener, Iiretta AZK, """"""J"'. siarguente Frank, Catherine Koonce, and William P. IL' J"?, Drt"i". father-in-law, grandfather and great-grandfather. Funeral from KRIEGSHAUSER'S SOUTTI. 4228 S. Klngshlgh-in&. afv JJ.n' K' S:''" a-m. to ImmSP lint. inpa,.l. i .. - Maplewoo,l.Inter:r.:t Resurrection! STEWART, AGNES BELLE (nee , o Dcmesna Dllwortn Home, Frl., Jan. 24, 1964, beloved mother of Mary Stewart and Lillian O Brlen, aunt of Mrs Mary Aiford ami Robert BIggar, sister 2', Mrs. T. B. Domon oi Cambridge, O. Mrs fllMmiH iTltviwnm SONS TOWN Chapel, 6175 Del-mar bl until 10 p.m. Frl. Serv- m , innrment Cambridge, WILL' LADY Who assisted wnmorT who was mrown aown on dus on Thurman ave. Jan. 14, 1964, please call PA 5-2260. DRIVER, 1950 "Pontine, who'sffuck boy, Jan. 9, 6400 Easton, please caflJCV 3-2664. v " JOE "McGEE" the monsters anrj I need vou terrlblv. Please come or call. M.B.D. ALCOHOLISM IS A DISEASE "AA" CAN HFr.p trni.BUTT "H.'F'.S. everything is taken care o'T jlease call. S.N. TMAJMK.S to MoUier of PerpetutJ Help for favors granted. E. R. CARE OF CHILDREN AND AGED 24 FRENEVaLLEY" Nursing Home In the beautiful Frene Valley, Herman, Mo. Call 486-5631. New accommodations now total 86 comfortable cheery rooms. Constant cars, delicious wholesome meals. Bread and pies baked dally. Prices JJ65. 185, $200 month. AGED. Invalids. Red P.i'enf." Pine Crest Dlv. 1. mnnthlv ne . cnuj i nica, v n. i-;iiio, uniLLmKiN noardedi exce ent care. TH 5-8151. SPECIAL NOTICES SPECIAL nOticb Dewitt. Jr.. of City of High Ridge State of Missouri, rlo hpr-t give notice that I will not be rt-B(jonBiuie tor any aeDts contracted after this date by anyone except mvself. (Bigneoi ixjylh; E.I.ewiTT JR. GARAGE DOORS 54G GARAGE DOORS, all sizes, doors guaranteed 5 years. Garages made loner. Call any time. LBN 2620 vie EV 3 :655 HLATINC, Sheet Metal Work 55 M(5 4-'Sfl30. " VOOEl.POHC'IfSl f erKeej repairs, replacements, GENERAL HAULING 56 BASEMENT "and garages cleaned for anything of value. Johnson, 711 Pope. CO 1-7570. HAULING; trash, sand and gravef; wreck garages and ashpits. George, 31)00 Shenandoah PR 6-6595 haul cheap; powr lift; any time. L. Wlilte 1362 Semnle FO 7-1228 INCOME TAX- BOOKKEEPING SERVICE 58 Both FiDEfiArr" ant state Hall BLOCK, INC. Nation's Largest Tax Service 711) N. Union 9S48 Manchester 8752 Jennings rd 11314 linvnii 9510 Lackland 809 8. Florissant o&io-ii ciravois PL2-271KJ Weekdays 9 to 9 Sat. at Sun. 9-5 GRADS ARE WORKING IBM KEY PUNCH, OR Cashier, Checker, Stocker WORLD SCHOOL GA. 1-3110 812 Olive LEARN REaTBTATE- School Will b(zin r?frTioi.w. weeks, $10. B;irt. EV 3-7 Has. MEN GET THAT JOB Operating bulldozers, iraderi, draglines, backhocs and scraners. Earl top wanes. Ws will train you For Information wrlt toi ASSOCIATED Heavy Equipment Schools, Inc. 3l l N. Llnclbei-Kh St. Louis 41, Mo, BKC'OMR A MOTEL MANAGER 21110 Hampton INEW-M? 7a4 (i) j'.a.kin iu,uou A YEAR a-fi a v f e ,ssj i - A 1 1 1 o me chiHiTi c. Vi p vvm Plet Information wrlt. T.hrvnB n visit. BaLley Technical Schoola, ll45 S. fira.nd. Mr. T.niila M FR6-78r0. b J BEAUTY CULTURE SCHOOLS 76 tR A R N I! WaOt'Y "ClLfUk K AN f) nrtwioi luiiNij- ior Hieaay employment; short course qualifies. Call ut. win" iur iree DooKiet, iMnr.ER nni.i.H'.der 80S WashinKton 1-3M1 LEARN BKAtJTTULTURE Hnlr atyiinK. Marlnelio VHtem: proven scnooi of -todfiy. Call or write City CoMese of Beauty Culture, 2255 B.QrajidLPR 6-3070. RESUME SERVICES"" 79 HABYSTTTIN'a; in my home St. Ann. Call after 7 p m. HA 7-1722 BABY 'sittinjt nd light housework', 5 days week, JE 3-44 86. BABY RITTTNO; mv home; days; rpferpnees. I'M 7-7055. BOOKKEEfKR, manual or machine, through trial balance: 15 years experience ; type 50 wpm. to a n-, 1 9, TB(OKKf-;RpTfN0, pojitinR, accounts r-H-t'iv!- iu years experience, EV 2-10 1 BOOKKEEPER experienced, 'part j-nrir-.rti i ijiei piire. ua l-pi. OLKANlNU offices, or nurses1 Ride JK 3-21 CTiKANINf, WASHlNO, IroHTng; of i Ice cleaning JE ft-0557. CI-MRK-Typist, mv Home or your offic?; colored. VO 3-527. rTJKRK-typlHt-receptionlsti coltredT ('OOK; short order, evenings7ex-perfencei:). MA 1-6414. COOK, experienced; prpferTTioteTI" rentaurnnt, etc. EV l-6f,87. COOK or office cleaning; nlshtiT PXtrericnood J K n.fSS.'tT DAY Work ; cannier g 81 cook, Housework or maid; ref er tin e; exponenoe. JiU l-fUHS. DAY Work, Baby-sit; experle n'cetf, dependable; colored. JE 5-5054, Jt'flste. OENERAf, offlc xperlenc "and key punch trainee. PA 5-3192, "OlRTS : nursing, private 'duty, receptionist, danciiiK-modeling Jn- structresa. FO V&MH. GIRL, colOTerd. "tsby sit, davs, evmiings; depndab le. FR 1-6018 . O IR,fJ; cie aninit and ironln a" iiv OJRC colored ; neat; any tvpe work except domestic. OL 2-0476. HOI 'RE or Off tea eHnlnir- v. pertenced : reference. OL 2-0906 HOtTSEVVORK, CookW;"xpt'rl-' enced; l or 2 adults. Box P-32S, Post-Oispatch. IRONING done In rhyTiome, plcl jip and delivery. MO 4-?64. "IRONINO: exn'erienoefL 1A nr whole dftys. JE l-f345. IRONINO; my home; nent work gu!iraniecu;ieasonii oleMW -2Hi4 IRONING in mv home; pickup and deliver. PA 6-6631. L LA UN bUY : done In my home; pk-k hp and deliver. EV 2-5811. IjAtTNDRY, hospital, rftstaurahr hotel ;nlghts. Box P-363, P.-D. TAID, privats home, housework, i-jireiioe. jfli person hag Chance f.r open. Write MATTHk-wa liluiM A N, 715 South m.?,'..'' fii;ai;,'.Mo58oivi'ni Assistant Supennfendenr Marine Repair Shops (American Company In Latin America) RESPON5WBILITIFJS: Malntensnc InS oS C.ZlU t"s'' "wboat. iiiMiruon and survey vrmrm intending- dridock ins vessels at Various slSpyards mZ Hopper Iredge. ' lef4FIvrrTtnN8: Mu t &rble.e0,, " "'.'"eer Tn f erti ttttA . hove requ,mlenS'"m" "S.V..I ASSISTANT BUYER" AY Work; cashier or counter Fast prou,in. .. ' c :irl motel, office cleaning, bakery, opwEv t"Mln' '"TOual lock Klrl. tuis girl, snort-order will, i n,2r fr''" ""8r marl fksround, WY 4-9400 AUDIT CLERK " Bank ex ba INCOME TAX STRVICE Davis, 803 Arminda, TA 1-1734. WcoMb tax BKhVIca 3900 ARSKNAL E. I1EKTEL ga . m .tq 0 p. mt P R 3 -0314 LANDSCAPING. FENCING AO EDWARDS Tree sVLawn Ser'vTce.' Biraylns;J2410. Brlstnw, HA 7-4274. Overland, State of Missouri, do nV.srBr,P".' hlse; Insured. Evans. Now si, MA U646 or a 0kr For ell ether PotT-Diipufer, buime.i dial MA l.llll ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH hereby give notice that I will not be responsible for any debts contracted after this date hv tnvnn except myself. (signed) LILLIAN F, MEAD FISHING, HUNTING, VACATION t PICNIC ACCOMMODATIONS 27 FOR SALE Log Cabin, modern gooa nunting, 11 mlng. PA HWI. PA 5-0893 TRKK8 6748 Raymond trimmed. RESUMES OF DISTINCTION PROFESSIONALLY COMPOSED BV APPOINTMENT ONLY RESUME RESEARCH . SERVICE 1015 Locust CE 1-3263 MA.ID; 4 ilnys; clean. Iron; expcrl-enced. Referencos. BR 4-19H2. NURSE; LPN, colored, " experienced, day or night, elirnnlo cases, full, part time. JE 5-1821. NURSB, white, with Bhv.Hcal ther apy tniinlng. Private, days, nishts, references. JE 3-5065. NUR.SK : habv sitter;' Ilthrhniiaet work; (ireimre meals. EV 1-31)04. NURSE aid. sick or elderly: references. FR 1-04173, OL 2-Q006. PRACTICAL NURSE, ' experT-" enced. Fit -Mlil. RECEPTIONIST, Ty p"ei experienced real estate; part time; N. county. EV 1-2731. 8TEAMTAP.LE WfiRirr3fJyeaTs experience. VM 2-3S24 after n m Typing "done " in rny'TiomeT BerKeley. JA 1-B1S4. IYPINO and Addressing in my noma T3 T fj ilUflt! - TYPING mv home. IRM electrlrT" pick up. rieUver, KV 2-31)13, WAS"fflr?fV rronlng, cleaning"; also offices. JE 5-0507. WOMAN with 4-year-olrr"aiild7 wants work In home with children; t i PE H-H866. VibMAN; cleaning,' laundry, babv SENIOR rJ'rie'nr.'""01; "nHtni- peiience required. mw,ni,S crounc7 essentlsl libera f Vi, , i oeneiits. Uowntown bank AH rY) body mnn, wreck pf,iiiMr.-rj Experienced. PR 3-5260 renul,(Ie' AUTO MECHAMC" w" eXrtmC ,"',',rr!, 8" CARSON PONTIAO 1U30 Manchester sitting, day or wniek, rellalue, ret -icnces. ru 1-1410. WOMAN, kitchen Hhsjlp; office cioHnirn, nignt or (lay; references; steady. JE 1-3473. ' woman; care for elderly, expert enced. reference. FR J-0513. WOMAN mature, typing,tnrHg: " r-imi-i;ipatcn. YOUNG"LXDY, trainee rTonT can meet the public; makes good appearance; own transportation ; or wr-'m'' enerai "lc. pbx. YOU'NO married woman; aggres-slve; vast experience In retail store management, sales training AUTO PARTS V ; SALESMAN ; FrufM"1"1 ,lesman for redls. trllnllon sales, above avV. earning, w,th fa tt jwmje nun,"b.r.8e&'oxT. KSwSSK- BAKER V ROUTE SATESMEC ftferenccs'.-S ri . ""' ".""y iKnefits. J'l f'Sid days off per ver: steady employment for a g.-e.,v , dependable man. Ap-' ply 9 to 12 noon, dally. WHITE BAKING CO. 015 PAPIN Follow the "Swap" Column Classification 31 In Post-Dispatch Want Ids, ,n,r, orewer, iozi ux- fprd;:i7-2b92. PAINTING 63 EDW. BABB "PAlNTINGir'ycars experience. Reasonable. Do work myself, 7152 Oaresehe. EV 5-fi7S2. INTERIOR" exterior palming; all Work ffuarnnteeri- r. Bowman, 7,"itl7 S, Grand. FL 2-3739 PAINTIrJO. paint washing. 'paper' fe"'!;1' ,SUarantcert. Tom Holland, jrr2Marine.PRJi-.3. WE PAINT, paper, plasler"ana steam; free estimates. Evans, 4023 McRee, PR 3-8451. I RESUMES THAT OPEN DOORS! General Research Associates 721 Oliv, Rm. 1408, CH 1-0604 Situations Wanted SITUATIONS MEN, BOYS 80 ACCOUNTANT; 3 years recent' public experience; permanent pnsi-tlon with CPA firm desired. Box N-195. Post-Dispatch. ACCOUNTANT; offioe'Sn'ager; degree.s upervisor experience. Box P124, Post-Dispatch. HELP WANTED MEN, BOYS 12 LwT CONflDSNTIAt SERVICE Thtn mar bt out or tie firm er Is. HMuah w xhom yen it net liA ilmofv anVfrew er .nrjirnrfo. ,.i '"."' knowledgeof service and -parol- liu ol sue Some. ,,,,, CITY DRIVER SUPERVTSQR '"r I''1'' -c'oyed if With some knowledge of safety nUrraed I to any ol Ae noma Ml. for large Class A common cS fiwed. Pltiet hath im i rler. Bo M.n-j d.T, " .r- J.....J ..7-".;.::.;:. 7 : : H. . 1 ci i,r-s"T:m-uwit. Dispatch. drtak,ttBxRri $5'2c3rflT lMtoXXSr?lc Manchester rd.. Billwin, Mo? , ' BODY MAN," Federal GaraH-ssniil Supply; 22 8. Eleventh, W BUTCHER: m,..,"W. ' "t ".P"1'"-: 3-u p.m. mo;!S. ,ici p.m. Atipiy Clayton Speedway Car Wash.jrnso Clayton rd CARPENTER to iig IA ..J r iTIucfJl0-11-378' P't-Dlspatch: clerk ?"!2?0".VB 'Rn,d "t'me drrittd to Confidential Strviet, St. Loutt roH.ii,poA Cliusliei Dtpt, St, tows, N ' anrwtri ton it nlmei, Accountant-Business Mgr. For 2M-berI hospital, nurslns Home, position available immedl-alely reimics should Include resume pf background, experience, professional qualifications, salary expected. Address reply to, Tavlor 0, Urnswi-ll. Administrator, ile-morlal Hoepllal, Belleville, 111, Ivcpllca strictly conridentlal SemIZQZKSliTiERV!S0R :TSr visor with exp.?,,c.ur?nK0lari and crew supervision. Must hiv! transportation. Apply only tf r.! CLERk; Cashier's Department o New York Exchange MeSSer" eJ! tunlty: J300 per month startlne- n S !

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