Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 20, 1956 · Page 15
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Alton, Illinois
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1956 ALTON fiVTSMNO TELEGRAPH PAGE JANET WIELAND, ninth grade, was crowned Homecoming Queen of West Junior High School in ceremonies at s school dance Friday night. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wieland, 2512 Hardy St.—Brown- Envin Photo. Obituar y J. Ray Baston KDWARDSVILLE — ,T. Ray' Baston, 38, o( 303a N. Main Si., j died at 4:30 a. ni. today at thp j "Madison pounty Tuberculosis | Sanatorium where lie had been j s. patient Uic past 17 months. j A resident of Edwardsville for •• nine and a half years. Baston was a self-employed accountant. His mother, Mrs. Georgia Fischer. «nd step-father, Oscar Fisch- i r>r, died within the past three months. Baston, a member of Moose Lodge, was born Feb. 15, J91S, in East St. Louis, a son of James Baston and Uie late Georgia Baston Fischer. He was married here April 7, 1947, in Si. Mary's Church to the former Eileen Zika, wlw survives. Also surviving are his father. James Baslon, and step-molher, Mrs. Clara Baston. of Osne, 111. Funeral services are 1o be con- j ductpd at 9:30 a. m. Monday in! St. Boniface Church by the as- j sistant pastor, the Rev. Father i John D. Moore, with buria] in the ' church cemetery. Friends may c»U at Weber Funeral Home after 7 this evening. The rosary will be recited at the funeral home at 8 p. m. Sunday. Princess Margaret 111 NAIROBI, Kenya «V-Touring Princess Margaret became ill today shortly before she was to attend a civic luncheon In her honor. A doctor was called and on his j advice she cancelled her appear- j ance. ! Informed sources said she was-. suffering from gastric trouble. AI government house communique; said the doctor thought the indis-j position only temporary. ' JOSEPH w. SINGER Mon. 9:00 A. M SUCCESSOR TO ROBfftI H. STREEPER Fans Boo .X Cliase, Him After Opera VIKNXA Wi—Vienna's plus!) new State Opera House was the scene of tumult Friday night when a group of fans not only booed a tenor but pursued him alter the performance. The demonstration occurred during a first-night performance of Puchard Wagner's "Tannhaeu- ser." It was directed against tenor Rudolf Lust)!*, who in the early stages of Uie performance reportedly had some difficulties singing the title role. To the annoyance of the major part of Die audience, some of the standing room spectators continued booing and whistling. After the end of the opera a small group of angry fans waited before the stage gale and followed Luslig through the streets with their shouts until the singer found refuge in a nearby coffee house. Coroners Jury Asks Murder Cliarge in Killing CHICAGO /P — A coroner's jury investigating a teenage gang battle in which a youth was killed, Friday recommended that 18-year-old j Fred Kruse be held to the grand j jury on a murder charge. j Police say that Kruse told them j he shot and killed Warren White, 37, during the Wednesday night scuffle in a Southwest SJde park. The jury also recommended that live other teen-agers be held to thi? grand jury on charges of accessory to murder. They are Carl Nowuk. IS. Richard Bukovic, 18, Edward Felt/, 17, Thomas Michajec, Jo, and Thomas Msrek. 16. In addition to the slaying, two youths were injured in the gang fight. Edward Melant Jr., IS, was shot in the chest and right arm and Bukovic suffered a knife slash from the temple to the chin. Six other Boys are being held by the police. The coroner's jury recommended that police use their own discretion in deciding whether charges be placet) against them. Police say that about 40 boysj were in the park Wednesday night j when the fight broke out. Police j say the boys apparently grouped because of a rumored fight. BARGES ALL OVER THE PLACE—Towboats bring barges to two of three areas used as temporary harbors while river stage is so low. There, in top pjlioto, above dam, they are lightened for downstream trip through locks, lu lower photo, the same oceurence takes place." They are lightened for upstream trip and reloaded after passing downstream, since water over the gate sills Is too shallow to permit normal loading to nine feet draft. Today they can draw less than seven feet of water.—Staff Photo. ToU Highway Group Okays State Patrol ANNOUNCEMENTS MOTTOES COSTUMES for rent. 1689 Ave. B«rtle I s t>*'Ij L . p ^ OT ! COLOR"riCSTBevelopeii and Minted. PHOTO-ART SHOP. 118 M. Woofl Rivet AYR. Ph. 4-6923. Rent a Sewing Machine CENTRAL SEWING MACHINE CO. 14 W Broadway Phone z-3214 im Th«, niitmic Tnll I YOUR LICENSE — Passport photo*. I.PI — I np Illinois I Oil ^HOTO-ART SHOP, 11B Wood River _Ay_c 1 . Wood_niver. _ _______ WANTED — Hide from Wood Highway Commission Friday approved a proposal thnt state police he asked to patrol the planned Iflf, miles of express roads. "> Aiion. ; 5 p. in. The approval opens the way for VVANTKD • nirii- negotiations between the commission's executive director, Charles L. Deering and the -jlate department of public welfare, which supervises the stale police. The proposnl to be noKolialrtlj provides that !hr loll road com-' mission would pay all costs including salaries and equipment, bul that, the toll highway enforce- j merit, would function under slnlr police authority. ; Deering said the Misgesled nuin- j ber of sin to troopers to be assigned to toll road duly is 90. He said such a move would require adding lo the present state police manpower, a step which would require legislative approval. L«!»v« 1 a. Phnnc 4-44HH. m.. River return to McDonnell Air crnfl. 4 p.m. to 12 p.m. shift. Cal! .'t-BIUB. :!!!> Knst Third. RIDE WANTFlT -- (ilh aniT fiaston to 12th & Delnmr SI. l.ouln. Hour? B-5. Phono 2-!'.2Hn. i WANTED—ftiders from Hnrnna nntl Wood River In dou-ntmvn St. Louis. 8 to 4:M or .V.CIfl. 4-S:>23. EDUCATIONAL BUSINESS SERVICE BtJ*. WATEH WBIAS DHtMJB»-t- tinced B*rYl«*. Pump* tn*t«U«d. financing m-funged. John E. Phone Ait(m_a-ao»>- NEW SKATS will ttivt fmoe them tn-faned. Wall Mjrn-t. Wood RIW, 1)1- Hat* B01 ~~ ...... "'FLAGSTONE ftiillflln* rork tar .'1-8308. _ _ ^ _ WEAVl'RS" TREE"SERVICl TOPPED, trimmftd and Frw «timRt*!!. Fully Phone 4-84fl4. I'M AIRLINE'S "NEED YOU AIR AGENTS TO $300 LEGAL NOTICES WANTED — Several young men nml women will l>p selaclpd Immediate!*- 1 for (ruining lor attractive, high «;il- a.icrl positions as HOSTESS, flES- F.RVAT10NIST, COMMUNICATION- IS!. STATION AGENT. Enjoy frcf tr*vp| pas?es, vacations, insurance, etc. Short low cost training can qualify, must be between 17-:!!) and have pleading personality. Special four-ie in personal development for women trainees, get thp lacti. Call ALTON 2-7583 WEED MOWING —Plowing,. Dirt leveling^ Call 4-8437. BAnf""*~"Fl?iL ; S TREE SERVICE — Removed, topped or trltntned. «*»- snnnble rate?. Fully Insured. Phflti* JSjllOO »t-_4-B3SB._ SEWERS^CLOGGED? CALL HAMPSEY'S SEWER SERVICE; 2-9727 OR 4-0513. MODERN EQUIPMENT, 24| HOUR SERVICE. FULLY IN- i SURED. WORK GUARANTEED. j NO .IOB IOO Bic; OR TOO SMALU SEWER"TROUBLE I Dial 4-8921 or 4-3181 j JIM'S SEWER SERVICE S2 West Penning. Wood ftlver Alton Area Also. 24-hoUr service. Work guaranteed. Sink drains, toilet stool* cleaned. Installation of septic tanks & sewer*. CALI STATE OF ILLINOIS, i >?* COUNTY OF MADISON I IN THE CITY COURT OF ALTON TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, Hosie Williams, will present his petition, being numbered 3313 Law, to the City Court of Alton, Madison County, Illinois, on the 26th day of December, 1956, which said 28th day of December, 1956, is the return day herein, praying for an order of said Court authorizing and directing that Saint Samuel Johnson Bhall thereafter assume and be known and called by the name of Saint Samuel Williams, when and where you may appear and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of said petition Khould not be. ftranted. HOSIE WILLIAMS. CLAYTON R, WILLIAMS, Attorney tor Petitioner, 411'i Belle Street, Alton. Illinois. ACCORD1AN Hawaiian or Spanish Guitar Instruction. Beginners Instruments loaned. Roval School of Music. 5-R342. M MUSIC. DANCING. ORAMA A TRUE STOHY — Your child can learn music easily and quickly, tin Sunny Shields Way. KiA East Bdw.v. 2-fi4ll7—Free Und by experienced EMPLOYMENT LO MAC. pcapt drawings nurserymen. FLOOR SANFlNO "and~flnl8hlng. Old and n»w. Call A. C. 'and Floor Co. Refer lo Telephone Directory. 3-991S ¥T7ASTERiNG~r patch plastering Chimney* repaired. Reasonable rate*. Fret estimates. Work guaranteed. _PhOn* 2-342n. TRF/F" "SERVICT"""Trees removM* trimmed or topped. Free eotimate*. Fireplace wood and kindling for «alf, Light hauling. phon» 2-0811 or 1-«.-,87 girl, i j pro- j who . anil lalf | NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all persons that the first Monday in December, 1956, is the Claim Date in the estate of LILLIAN M. CHESSEN, Deceased, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Dated this 16th day of October, 19."i6. MARY TERESA WALLS BUTTON, Executrix Attest: DALE HILT. Probate Clerk. I. H. STREEPER, III, Attorney. Ocu 20. 21. Nov. 3 PORTED WANTED-Apply in )>C7 son. Eviins' Pasirfe*. 3611 Slatir. Alton. "WILL <:ARK KOK Kills :t to .1 >l!al« old Hi, playmate to small _Phonc _2-5»2u. TRUCKMEN* Our expansion gram require? several men cjn meet ICC requirement' furnivh maximum pay load model tractor. We will f»ive !• year eomraci and mileaKe Ruaran- leo. loaded and empty. For business deal contact Del THcii. Box .513. Roxsna, 111. Phone Wood Hiv er_4-U«l. "EXCELLENT "OPPORTUNITY For experienced party only. Confidential. Reply Box 540, care Telegraph. ' MEN UNDER 4o TO WOIIK part time evenings, 4 evenings per week, 4 hours per evening. S4 per hour. \Vrite Telegraph. TAILORING Suit' made to order Double bre*5Twi m;ule Into staple breasted. Expert alteration work for men and women. 416 East Seventh. Phone) 3-1816. RI'IUIIVO _ CONTRACTING Box [ WEATHERBOARD SIDING With Baked Enamel Finish Modernize .voiir home. Save paintinl and maintenance rosts. Call for fr*« j estimate. N'othine dawm and low 1 ninnthlv paymenfv I flERSMAN & COMPANY ; Sih .V Belle 3-871] i C\LL LO MAC—*loinr' improvement • contractor 2 (M8T. Free estimate. ! Three years to nwy. I CAHPK.VTRV—rieneral Repairs of »lf I kind.*: also porch cnclosurea, remod- ' elintr. pnintln?. kitchen cabinet*. ; storm windows and screens. PLAN| N'lXG SERVICE. No job too amail. ! Re.fei-cnce.R. F. L1NK.OGEL. *-«78. ANNOUNCEMENTS CARD OK (HANKS COURSE GRADUATES—International j Corporation anxious to secure qtiali- j fied men in sales and management Held. Write Box 320. core Telegraph. AIRLINE JOBS — See our ad under lUa and call Alton 2-758!). BOUTTf" :n REPAIRS — it oof*. porchp-i. remodeling, Aiding, patfh plastering, painting. Free ent'mii*. Phone_2-2S01. j CEMENT WOR K~of "aTiTlnds. Union r-ork. Free estimates. BOB WOO7J. A T o Rain Drought in Illinois Worries Fanners, City Dwellers Both BT THE ASSOCIATED 1'KKSS Farmer Jones, worried about picking his com, has to get out to the field and work at 3 a. m., while the fields are covered with dew. Fanner Smith, worried about hi? livestock, stands at the edge of a pitddie and wonders when there'll be enough rain to make it a pond asain. farmers lo start com picking about 3 a. m. when there is some moisture from dew on plants. This is being done to reduce the chance of dry kernels falling from ears. The com picking is about half done for the state. The soybean harvest is nearly completed, but wheat seeding has Man Killed in Wreck West of Highland i HIGHLAND, 111. (ft— Clyde Phil-! lips, 48, of Smithboro. 111., was! killed and his companion injured ' Friday in a collision between their | CAIRQ ^_ Al) American pilot car and a buck two miles west of savs ,, e and , |is countrymen work . Highland. ;„„ on the Sup2 Cana , are con .| Tony Syeglicn. 43. also of Smith-j sjderim? a wa|kom bpcausp t , i boro, driver of the car, was taken !„,,„ situation hagn . t come ,„ U. S. Pilots On Canal Arc Studying Strike WE WISH to express our gratitude to the response of tlic appeal that ivas made, in our heliall, in this r.ewspaper. We widh to thank evcrj'one from Alton. Medora. Fidelity, Jerscyville, Greenfield, Shipman, Plainview. Grallon ami Piasa \v!io guve food, clothins or mone?, everything u- greatly appreciated. MRS. FBAXKUIS SHACKLES, j And Children. _J JOSEPH G"~BRANDT — wY'wish' to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our relatives, friertcls and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown during our recent bereavement. We especially, wish to thank Rev. Paul Brown, Raymond Keiser, singer, Morrow S: Quinn Funeral Home, members of Franklin Masonic Lodge, Mrs. Joseph G. Brandt and Family. IN MEMORIAM j pay IN MEMORY—Of Uncle Rich Baker, who passed away Oct. 21. 1953: You are not forgotten. (o a Highland hospital- for treat- j ex p etna tj 0 ns " " meat of his injuries. State police said their ear hit t . the rear end of a truck which had i v - v *"* ar IU '' mn " ol!t ' . ... ,. , , Weare "Appointed thn pulled onto U. S. Highway 40 from a side road. The truck driver es-i Klmo JB. 'sen, j caped injury. delayed. . The State-Federal Agricultures City lathers, worried about un- j Department says 99 per cent of] Reports DeiJlO FlIHll derground water supplies, which are being tapped for 20 million gallons a day, look toward the day they will be able to take water j from a nearby river. What does it all mean? In a word — drought. Illinois now is in Uie grip of a long drought. Some arens could measure their rain fall since Sept. 1 in a thimble. As yet, no dollars and cents figure has been reached for the damage caused. Fortunately, most crops had matured before the dry spell set In. crop reports complained that moisture is short. j Itotuulup of Condition* j Here's a roundup of conditions i in various communities throughout the state: MACOMB — Mayor Ray C. Loutchens urged residents to hold water use to a minimum. The situation has been described ns one of the most critical drought periods the Macomb area ever experienced. Many farmers have to haul water to satisfy cattle needs. CANTON — Farm advisor Leo ! Sharpe says one of the dangers of But what could happen has made j the drought is that livestock, un- mnny observers fearful. Fir* is Hunger j able to feed on pastures where grass has been destroyed by lack r'ire presents a terrible danger, of moisture, have invaded wooded Jn Springfield, Glen Palmer, Uie ureas where tliey feed on poison- Holland, 43, of Newport Cii.'if. "So far, all the pilots received is 110 Egyptian! pounds expense money (about j '"will bul the Egyptians took 9! pounds ($27) income lav. which! is contrary to the w;iy we under--; Mood it." j "Our final decision on the ques-l ic party chairman, today re-it km of a walkout will be made ported the "Dollars for Demo-j after we collect our first pay- crats" drive in Alton was "sue-j checks thus weekend," Holland Drive 'Successful' Thomas Krepel. city Democrat- cessful." He praised the work of Mrs. Beulah Edwards, chairman of the women's division and to thej| or training Young Democrats under D a n | through the Alexander. said. Holland and four other American pilots arrived here month in guiding ships 303-mile waterway. i He said 17 Americans were train- The fund raising-campaign was i j ng at p or( Said Tnoy were rp . conducted through sidewalk so- Cnlitec1 by the Egyptian govern- licitation and some door-to-door, nien , a f, P1 . , ne Sopt 15 wa n< out calls. U.S. Senators Paul Doug-i of foreign pilols of 1hc old Suez las and Rep. Melvin Prire were i Olim , who re n,. s ed to work for in Alton to assist, along with olh-i Egypt umler na tionali/ation. Fit- Though on earth you are no more. While you rest In. peaceful sleep, Fond memories we will keep. Sadly missed b.v iS'iece and Nephew. said i — ;-;;•. Z~ IN MEMORY—Of Richard Bake/, who passed" away Oct. 21st. 1935: You bid no one a last farewell, You said goodhye to none; Your loving heart just ceased to heat Betore we Knew you were gone God knew you were suffering. And the hills were hard to climb. So He closed your weary eye.i And whispered, peace be thine. Sadly misled toy Brother, Sister-in-Law and Niece. "llTToVING "MEMOHY—Of my dear Father and Grandfather, Richard J. Baker, who passed away 1 year ago, Oct. 21, 1953: Without a word or 3 wave of your hand. You went away to a far-off land. Your chair hns long been vacant. Your voice has long been alill; Thon-'s an empty place in our life, That no one can ever fill. But we know we have not lost you, For on Heaven's golden shore, We'll meet each other face to race, Never to part i\o mor«. Deeply missed by Daughter. Virginia Rcxford, Eusette Rexford, Grandson. Lathy Rexford, Son-in-Law. HOUSEHOLD BOUTT, open aoon. j Weekly guarantee plus expenses and } retirement. Writ» Box lino, care , Telegraph. | FULLER MAfv inis ttcx. Average | earnings SI31 weekly. Phone 5IS2-WX, ; Edwardsville, for Interview DRIVER " SALESMAN wanted, z.i to ' 30. Married, neat appearance. Good ' health. Write in own hand writing j to *Jos 113". -are Telegraph. ! "l»" HKI.'P "WAVTEli"— FEMALE '; COAL TRUCK DBIVKK-Man pa*t -| middteage; steady and sober. Gillen- ; water. 3-8308. ! MIDDLE'AGED"WO"MAN -watch win-1 dergarten child while mother work* shift work. Slay. 4-U157 after n p.m. j WANT"~BABY~ SITTER »t the home,; 115 Dool«y Drive, days. ^ j MTDDLEAGECr""wOMA.N*""to" care for ] two pre-school-age children in m.v hame. Straight day=. Ill Bond?, Ave.. East Alton._V2p08. __^ "YOUNG" LADY "wANTED for part- time stenographer work in exchange for lovely furnished apartment. Can have full time employment elsewhere. Write fully. Box 500, care Alton Eveningjrelegraph. HOUSEKEEPER—Hours 9 to 5, '., day Saturday. SIS week. 2-.111.1. OFFIClTsECRETAHY—-Good at dictation, 5-day week. Call Colonel Per- sins. Western aiilitary Academy. , .:__ CONCRETE WORK — Of all kindf. Union work. Free e.ittmiteii. LENE- _BAROER & SON. 2-2904. FOR CbNCHETC"~pb5cHES. "«ep».' • mall repair fobs, ete. Free estimates, i Call 2-7827 AND mate DECORATING 'FLOOR" HEFIMRHING—For free < phone EMU., «rt)- GREY'S interior ate. No 2-S72T. Wall wa>hinK. pamtinf. >r exterior. Free eatlrn- obligalion. 1118 t,. 4th. GBAY'S PAINTING — Inferior «nd exterior. Plaitering, patch pl»it«r- _inK. roofing. Phone 2-9727. INTERIOR"&~EXT"EHIOB PAWTiNG 1 —Wallpaper cleaned, steamed. Frwi rstimate. 2-0871 or 2-3U1. PAINTING at all tmdg. Krterior • nd interior. 5-1814. ORVILLE_GILLEIAND PA1NTTNG — Interior. exttrtor? patch plastering, wall washing. p«per removing. Free estimau, No ob!isation ; _Ph. 2-2901. PAINTING — "interior" or exterior, wallpaper removed. «»!!« w»«h«d. gutters cleaned and painted. Fr«» estimates. Phone 2-;!429 " 35',. Commission Silverware, china, salesladies tf you ire making less' than So".. International Corp. has an opening in New j ~ TV T ."'HOMF M'T DiviMOii, for Managers S. Salesla- i d( . D( , d "j, '" ":?,„' dies. Must be qualified. Write Box | ^fJili'Vy ^ I B DUtnilnf. Save money. Call Paul McGuiggan 3-8764_or 2-5477 itADio"—"TV~HEFAIII TO '- RADICL F»7t r>20, care Telegraph. CLERK—T.yPIST. 18-ab--'vvilf to operate er office liolders from the Democratic ranks. } state conservation director. p,a,H S . AiioUier OUR PAST SERVICES REFLECT OUR FUNERAL HOME "a few careless smokers, campers i (lie threat of fire to dry corn and;"-' _ or picnickers could erupt a third of the state in a disastrous blaze." Foresters have been placed on 24-hour duty and other emergency measures have been taken as a safeguard against this threat. The State-Federal Agriculture Department, surveying the situation, says the driest portion of the state is in the western sections, where the rainfall since Aug. 3V hns totaled approximately 0.4 inch. Normally, the area has 10 times more rain during the same period, In the five northern Illinois districts, the rainfall has been less than one-fifth of normql. And in soybean fields. The threat of fire also brought a warning from Fire Chief Julian Coultas directing residents to use extreme caution in burning dead grass and leaves. The last rain in the Canton area that could be measured as more than a trace occurred Sept, 15, when .09 of an inch fell. The rainfall in Canton Is 9,09 inches below normal this year. Driest Year In lllhtur.v PEOR1A — Peoria Is experiencing its driest year in history. Thej Lake Decatur which has had falling level. However, no restrictions have been placed on water use. JOLIET — The fire department answered 150 calls during the first 19 days of October — 60 ol them for grass and brush fires. Normally, the department makes 50 runs in a full month. The park district has increased patrols to prevent forest fires. Bul Juliet has no water troubles. AURORA - The Fox River is at rainfall this year has measured! iis lowcsl level > n - a years. Rain- only 21.83 inches against a normal fa " Mas been below normal with Ml of ,'i. r ).1S inches. inches between Jan, 1 and Oct. 1, teen Russians are also reported j training for canal jobs. i -» i "Originally the Egyptians prom_. S iscd us around SI.200 monthly," ai Holland said, "but judging the way other pilots are paid, we doubt whether <ve will receive anything near thai." Senate Group Studies Girl's Citizenship WASHINGTON JP— Alexi Chwns- tov's effort lo take his American- born daughter, Tanya, to live ini Russia over her mother's objections will be studied next week by the Senate Inicrnnl Security subcommittee. riiairmiui E—Won't be able to meet vou at Jim's Friday. Gotta get down to Wedge Bank and open my Pay •N Save. You start right out with Saoo in the bank without a penny down. Why don't you join me there? j-Elvis. _ _ ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Newcomer Group 75 Lindenwood Drive East Alton, III. Phone 2-0880 » RUMMAGE * f AgTBT_SALES___ 'KUMSlAGE~SALE tn garage at Villa Terrace convalescent home. 510 Seminary Sq., Alton, Sat.. Oct. 20 at 9 a.m. _ _ j_^ LOST— Small white male puppy with •brown ears. Last ^een in South Roxnna Phone 4-H7-41. __^ ___ ilbsT -• from liux in back of truck betwtcn Alton and Orafion, 3 (iUbttrii. I'reslo sleam iron, toaster. perculatoi " pr. black »hoes. He' LOST—Black hillfold containing important papers and pictures. Reward. Phone !i-!)&71!. train bookkeeping machine! High school bookkeeping helpful. Local area. Kay Williams Personnel, 818 Olive, St. Louis. Main 1-8484. AIRLINE JOBS—See our aej under 12a and coll Alton 2-7BS3. __ __ _ i MARRIED MAN — Out of .service. desires work of any Wind, willing to' >vork hard. 2-ii349. A-k /or "Chuck. " ___ ________________ ODD JOBS WANTED— Also greasu traps and cesspool installation. Ph. 4-8163. __ _ _________________ BOY 17, W"ANTs"~any"~kind of Job. Full or part. Can drive car or truck. Call 2-9121or5-5627. vljLCAHF. tor children ages to 4 Phone 4-l05!> BABYSITTING WANTED by middle- aged lady. :i-70;!4. JA~CK" AND "JILL NUHSEKY Godfrey. will care for children while parent* work._-'-lB14. _______ ...... ____ EXPERIENCED "NURSE ~ and housekeeper desires work.JPhu«ie_ a-9HBO. MURRAY TV. RADIO SERVICE East Deimar fiojil. Phone 2-730J ARCHER 'RADIO «. TELEVISION" J5ERVICF — - Kvenirign or weekend*. Service on all makes Dial 4-2«7. I2a BiiivlM. Ka*t Alton. HORNSKY" REFiNisklj«f~co. — AM typ« furnitun repaired and refto- ished. 3505 Ohio. 2-2737. HOME BUILDING SERVICE "INSULATION:" JOHNS-MA N VILLlf " For new or old homes—Expertly applied In walls and ceilings. Guaranteed, Nothing down. Monthly payments as low as $3 per month. Call GERSMAN AND COMPANY 9tli Xc Belle 3-6711 RKPAIKINO — ROOFING ROOFING Now is the time to replace that old and worn root on your home. Add beauty and fire protection. Let u* show you the new patented JOHNB- MANVII.LE Shingle that can't blow off. Careful application by trained, intured workmen. No down payment. Low nionthls' terms. Call today. GEHS.MAN AND COMPANY 9th & Belle 3-6711 I* STOKAGR — MOVTNG BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SMALL'llOTEL" for sale. Sacrifice. 4-3373. Ua \V. Fergus"". Wpod_Rlyei rOR~TE AS K~IT~Bu si ness Property on Elm St.. extra lot lor parking. Suitable for hardware, auto supply, used cart. ^rive;iu L jeUr ; _Uial_2-99S3. FRIENDLY""TAVERN for »aie. Hardin, 111. Phone 130, M. __.---WANTED~TO BORROW at 8^ on SH.UOO home In restricted First mortgage. Write Box c/o Telegraph. _____ ....... area. 570. H. A. NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE ACROSS THE STREET ACKOSS THE COUNTRY LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE 1KB Washington Ave. Dial 2-068:1 PRES BELCHER MOVERS ~ 1018 ELLIOTT ST. LOCAL i LONG DISTANCE We Sell Barrels and Cartons for Packing. Dial 3-7630 or 2-8240 RENTALS In a government report from (he normal level at East St. Louis and by from 10 to 20 million Billions III) " "iJUKSSMAKlNCi— TAII.blllSfi _ ' ALTEliATIONS —Repairs and mending; experienced. 714'i E. fifth. Ph. •J-:iB42. CUSYOM MADE .SLIP COVEBS" Work guarante/-d. Mr« tlale. Phon* 41 SI.EEPINQ HOOMi "w6ou"SlVER—Sle"*plng room. Pri- vnte entrance. Bath. One block: downtown. t-UfH7. NICE SLEEpfNG ~KOaM~~~~Vtry convenient. Clow in. Sue Fttt Fourth. I'hone U-MH. MODERN sleeping ball). Close In. room, adjoining m Ca-st 8th St there was promise of rain In a 30-day forecast. The forecast said the anticipated rainfall will he "of some help" in easing condi« tions in drought areas. Use IMore Wuter Another contributing factor to a water shortage was advanced by U. S. Secretary of Interior Senton in a Chicago speech. Sea ton said Ihe average individual uses 115 gallons of water per day. Twenty years ayo, the average was U'8 gallons. Add to this industrial and farm uses, and the average for answering the daily needs for each person conies to 1,300 gallons per day. In gcmTuI, die drought has lum-'d a day. The city plans to tap the Illinois River when its river filtration plant opens next spring. This would produce about 19 million gallons a day. DKCATUR — The number of farmers who have been hauling water because of shallow wells gone dry has more than doubled since the dry spell set in Sept. 1. But farm ponds generally are in good shape as a result of the heavy August rainfall. New wheat pasture, grasses and legumes have dried in place, and corn must be picked during hum's when the dew is on. The city draws its water St. Louis & Intel-urban Water Co. plans lo erect a cofferdam around its intake pipes and jwnip water from a river barge if the level drops to minus 5.5 feet. The cofferdam would serve as a "well" into which the water would be pumped. HARRISBURG - U. P. Ne«, Slmwnee National Forest supervis- unless immediate the situation at or, says that rains develop Shawaee will become as explosive as Uie Fall of 1952 when more than 10,000 acres burned in 20 days. He suys the forest already Is as dry as in 1952 but fewer leaves cover the ground because of summer rains. He urged caution by persons visiting the forest. It was on Ihe basis of a suit by tlmt orsani/ation ilmt British officials removed HIP L"^-year-old girl from a Russian ship as i! was preparing to leave Britain for the Soviet. The suit was brought on behalf of the chilli's mother, Mrs. Elena Dleczok of Detroit. The British court eventually will dpcirte whether custody of the child yocs to the! father or mother. 1 Chwastov is a native of Russia j who came lo this, country as a displaced person. He and the child had Milled from New York Out. 3. eluding U.S. immigration officials. will no longer be responnlble for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Harry H. Smith. 205 West 13th. Oct. 1!>, 1U5B. Witness signature, John L. Cuybejl. _ H"ALLOWEENrc6STU&lES FOR RENT —3412 California. Ph. S-_83I8._ wi; mrvTbii) GOLD—WATCH~CRYSTALS FITTED WHILE VOU WAIT HARRINGTON JEWELRY EAST ALTON About 2b'0 million pounds of frozen strawberries wore packed in the United Slates in "15155. STATE LICENSE SERVICE Auto - Truck . Drl\«r« - Chautleuru. ete. • Complete Notary Service « EARL MANNS CITY SCALES OFFICE 1504 B. Broadway — _—— -- Alton NOflCE—From thin day forward 1 will no longer be responsible for any debt* contracted by unyon* other than myself. Edward Louis Brltt. R. R. 1, Bethalto, 111. Oct. JIB. 1938.^ plCTt'Se FRAMING - Choose from K«inple«. BLAND ART SHOP, 3025 Collect! Ural bouta. «a»t of Shuriief courii. 3-3715. "WASHINGS & IHONINCiS — Reason- ahlf Experienced. 247 Jeiuilnt!*. 4-9471. ........... _________ WAisiUNfi's"*' ..... IRONINGS— Reasonable. Experienced. 245 Jenningn. Wood River. 4-5570. _ lUSlNESS SERVICE BLOCK i perienced. _ CONCRETE WORK. Phone 4-5205. Ex- NtW Va hp double»haft Ftanklln motor*. Ideal (or horn* work shop. $17.03 «ach, or 2 (or $33.2$. 10 only at this price. Alton Home Service, 2-0477. ALTON AREA Sewer and Septic Tank Cleaning Service Call STAMP'S SEWER SERVICE 2-4420. 824 Henry Modern electric and vacuum) equipment for cleaning cloo-i ged *ewe« and Fully insure!!. CONVENIENTLY LOCATED— Modern. comfortable. Garage available. 3-tTJSJ. NICE CLEAN ROOM— Men only. Conveniently located. 4-57MB or 4-U014. SLEEpiNcf ROOM In "UppeTAitonTli adjoining Hlteping rooms or sleeping room and study. Newly tedecor- 8-0477. «ll Wock froin bus Private entrance. 844 5-8L'3a, _ GILLHAM— Three room »H mo*» «rn *pt., down»t»lr«. newly decora*. ' . _ . __________ ...„-. f" "ROOM APT.— GrountJ Jfloof. tie» lurnitligd^ PhoP* «-39«7 a(t>r T""HOOM"nvod«m u"nlui;ni»he«"° {lour apt. Carafe Mlltoa *r*«. _ J133"iSTATiE ____ ..... ______ Two room a»*

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