Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1958 · Page 17
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14, ALlUn KOKEAN& STViM ALTON INDUSTRY Chan Auk Park (right) and H»k Kt mill and foundry operations of the area Kim (left), engineers from the Dalhan Heavy Industry Corp.' of Seoul, Korea, with William J. Thyer, field representative of the U, S. Government Cooperation Administration. Park and Kim are visiting in Alton this week to observe steel and exchange information with local industrialists regarding their own operations in Korea. They stopped in for a brief call at the Telegraph this morning. Staff Photo. 7 THE OK9HAL ONDERBLLA LIVED HMO THE KINS OF ESVPT-WHO PROMPTLY SET AMBtfCANS NOW HOLD WER *MI.« BILLION M SBWS E AND M 4VWMM BOWS// «O-«W *OUK JHNP Bus, Auto Wreck Is Fatal to2 MOUNT VERNON, 111. (AP)-A Greyhound Bus carrying 50 passengers swerved out of control down a curving incline, struck a car and overturned Sunday. Two occupants of the car were killed and three bus passengers were slightly hurt. Killed were Thomas M. Weston, 31, driver of the car, and Eugene Weston, 63, believed to be his father, both of Chicago. Mrs. Barbara Naliey of Memphis, Tenn., and her children, Dennis, 8, and Angela, 2, were treated after treatment at a hospital. Illinois State Trooper Paul Solomon said the bus, driven by Willie A. Stokes, 36, of Chicago, was northbound and skidded out of control. The rear end of the bus swerved into the wrong lane and struck the southbound car, the trooper said. The mishap occurred on State Rt. 37, about four miles north of Mount Vernon. ,,^J;'»'; -,- :%* ,-,..' ; •-• . , • • -' • - ' . .'•-'.: YOUR Advertising message on a... 2< POSTAL CARD ,o 31,000 HOMES Would Cort In Postage) Alono 620.00 •of including •Ml Ot fOeV 1 prfofexi Resume Hunt ForMising Airplane MILWAUKEE (AP) «. Search planes resumed an intensive hunt today in Wisconsin and three neighboring states for an Army electronic engineer and three other persons aboard a missing plane. Hope tor their survival was slim. "Oar feeling at this time," Capt. Robert Oeffg, public information otlicer for the Civil Air Patrol squadron at Janesville, said Sunday, "Is that they are probably not alive. "Unless they are dead or lying injured in some inaccessible area, we feel mire they would have contacted someone by now. We've just about given up hope," Geffs added. Lester Weber, 43, an electronic specialist employed at 6th Army headquarters at the Presidio in San Francisco; his wife, Lorraine 41; his brother, Richard, 42, and Richard's wife, Frances, 29, were aboard the plane. Lester Weber was the pilot. More than TO aircraft ended the second day of intensive "search Sunday without finding a single clue to the whereabouts of the single-engine aircraft. The plane was owned by the Army but leased to the Presidio Flying Club, a private organization for em ployes at the base. The CAP planes covered more than 3,00 miles of wooded, hilly terrain and lowlands along the Mississippi River. The search extending into four states became one of the biggest Civil Air missions in recent history. The Wisconsin CAP planes were joined by four C47s from Sawyer Air Force Base in upper Michigan, three ST2s from the Glenview Naval Air Station near Chi cago and by CAP units from Illi nois, Minnesota and Iowa. Lt. Col. Joseph A. Swift of the Iowa CAP, said 28 planes searched the eastern Iowa area from Guttenberg to Burlington and would resume the hunt today in the heavily timbered area. The plane was first reported missing Friday on a flight from Milwaukee to Des Moines. State Department Mum on Iraqi Revolt WASHINGTON (AP)-State De partment officials had no immed iate comment on the Iraqi revolt but said they had received a telegram from the American ambas sador in Baghdad confirming th coup had taken place. The diplomat, Waldemar Gall man, said in his wire that traffi appeared normal around the U.S Embassy at about 7 o'clock in th morning, Baghdad time. Iran Strengthens Iraq Border TEHRAN (AP) - Iran todaj strengthened its guard along its border with Iraq as • precaution ary measure to prevent any illegal entry. Two hundred Iranian troops were stationed outside the Iraq Embassy in Tehran as a precau tionary measure. There was no immediate public reaction to the overthrow of Iraqi King Faisal, an ally of Iran in the Baghdad Pact. With the Shah still on vacation in Europe and Premier Manou chehr Eghbal in Istanbul for Baghdad Pact meeting, govern ment officials refused to commen on the Iraqi .situation other than to express astonishment. NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN by t« Board of Education ,ot school Jittriet NO. 13 in the coifrty of MM- ton, st«t« of Illinois, that a tenta- ivc budget rot said school district for th« fiscal jrett beginning Jetty t. 988, win j« on fn« and conveniently vallaBle to public inspection at the amor High School from and after orw A. M. on the 6th day 988, at t!»e Junior High of July. — T — — _-_„- school. Third Street, la this School District. Notice Is further -*eby given that public hearing on said budget will ft* neid at 7:90 o'clock P. M. on the nd day of September. 1958, at Me umor High School in this school District No. 13. bated this 8th day of July, IBS*. Board of Education of School Dls- rlct No. 13. In the county of Madson, State of Illinois. WAYNE JENNINGS. Secretary. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES AN ADVERTISEMENT POST CARD SIZE MM ht MMiibtd to Tht !\ ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ... and 3t/J>trt4 to ovtr III ffcacaJ ffftnlfttrf NOTICE OP CLAIM DATE Notice la hereby liven to all per sons that the first Monday in SEPTEMBER, 1958, (• the Claim Date in the estate of MATTIE SHAKE BURNS. Deceased pending in th Probate Court of Madison County Illinois, and that claims may b filed against the said estate on o before said date without issuanc of summons. Dated this 8th day o JULY. 1951. LLOYD SHAKE Executor. Attest: DALE HILT. Probate Clerk. Copplnger fc Xanders. Samuel L. Xanders, Attorneys. July 14, 21, 2 ANNOUNCEMENTS iBGALTrtrtiCBS NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that he following described real estate o-wlt: Lot Thirty-six (36) In Block One (1) in Carsten's First Addition to the City of Wood River, situated In the County of Madison and State of Illinois, also known at 97 Carstens Street, Wood River, Illinois. vill be sold at public sale on the premises on August 2, 1958 at ! o'clock a. m. Sale will be to the highest bidder, subject to approval of the Probate Court of Madison County. Terms will be 25% cash and uiance on approval of the Probate Court. M. G. SCHAUERTE. Administrator of the Estate of JOHANN W. C. STRIEGEL, Deceased, RALPH T. SMITH. Attorney for Administrator. June 30. July 7,14 NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha :he following described real estate o-wlt: Lot Sixteen (16) in Block Thirty-eight (38) In Hunter's North Liberty Addition, situated in the City of Alton, County of Madison and State of Illinois, also known as 1113 Highland Avenue. Alton, Illinois. will be sold at public sale on th, premises on August 2, 1958, at 10:0( o'clock a. m. Sale will be to the highest bidder, subject to approva of the Probate Court of Madison County, and terms will be 25% cash and balance on approval of the Pro bate Court. M. G. SCHAUERTE. Administrator of the Estate o BEATRICE WALTON, Deceased, RALPH T. SMITH. Attorney for Administrator. June 30. July 7.1 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to ail per sons that the first Monday In Sep :ember 1958. is the Claim Date in the estate of FREDERICK L SPRINGMAN, Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison Coun ty. Illinois, and that claims may bi filed against the said estate on o jefore said date without Issuance o summon:. Dated this 9th day o y ' 1958 ' GEORGE LEON SPRINGMAN, Execute: Attest: DALE HILT. Probate Clerk. I. H. STREEPER. Ill, Attorney. July 14. 21, 2 MASTER'S SALE STATE OF ILLINOIS, ) )ss. COUNTY OF MADISON ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SAI COUNTY AND STATE JANNELL ROGERS. ) Plaintiff, ) MELVIN RAND'LE JONES, ) a minor, et al, ) Defendants ) CHANCERY NO. 58-C-114 PARTITION Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of a Decree of said Court en tered on the 9th day of July, A.D 1958, In the above-entitled cause, will sell at public vendue to th highest and best bidder on Wednes day, August 6, 1958. at 11:00 o'cloc (daylight saving time) in the fore noon, on said day, at the premises 229 Gerson Avenue. Godfrey Town ship. Madison County, Illinois, th following described real estate to-wlt: Lot 44 In Gerson Heights Re-Subdivision, being a subdivision of that part of Gerson Heights Subdivision lying North of Ferry Street, as the same appears on plat thereof recorded In the Recorder's Office of Madison County. Illinois, in Book 16, Page 85, situated in the County of Madison, in the State of Illinois. Terms of Sale: Twenty-five pe cent (25%) of the purchase prlc payable cash in hand on day of sale the balance to be paid within te (10) days. Upon compliance with the abov terms of sale and confirmation o the Master's Report of Sale by th Court, a deed or deeds will be exe cuted by the undersigned In conform Ity with said Decree, Dated July 10, A. D. 195*. ANTHONY W. DALY, Master-in-Chancery I. H. STREEPER. Ill, Attorney for Plaintiff. 620 East Broadway, Alton, Illinois. July 14. 21. 2 Read Telegraph Want Ads Dail TIZZY B? Kite Owu t UN to m *<*» *• »* *» v* f» M. ANNOUNCEMENTS EMPLOYMENT USfti Of> THANKS Is. BELtLA FUTHBY—Wft wonid Ike to take (his means of thank- in* all our friends, relatives and neighbors who were so kind to us during our recent bereavement. Ks- MHy StreetSer Funeral Home, v. R. R. TTpton. B*thanv Baptist 2hureh, and those who sent cards, lowers, or assisted In any way. The Family. IN MBMOMAM LOVING MEMORY—Of Lemon F. Folks, who passed away 2 years ago today. .Tuty 14. IBM: His smiling face and pleasant ways \re a pleasure to recall. He had a kindly word for each, And died loved by alt. Some day we know we'll meet him. Some day, we know not when. To clasp his hand In the better land. Never to part again. Sadly missed by Wife and Children. PERSONALS LCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Neweomtrt Group S122 HOLLAND ST „ ALTON Ph. J-OWO Of 4>7MO HELP WANTBD-MALB AIRLINES need ymrat men. See onr ad under inttrectiofit. 12A. MEN WANTED. PERMANEW" ALSO STUDENTS AND TEACHERS FOR SUMMER EMPLOYMENT STOP! READ THIS! 'Are Yon Ambitious? Are You Willing to Work? Can you meet and talk Intelligently with people? Are you willing to be trained In our methods of sales presentation? Are yon between 21 and 45 years of age? Can you be away from home Monday through Friday? (Home every week-end). If you can answer yes to the above questions, we would like to meet and talk with you. We need two men. no experience SOCIETIES «- LODGES RANKLIN LODGE—NO. 25. A. V. it A. M. Annual meeting and election of officers, Tuesday, July !5th, 7:30 p.m. Willis E. Gushing, W. M. PIASA LODGE—No. 27, A. F. & A. M. Special meeting Tuesday, July 15th, 7:30 p.m. , Work in First De gree. Visiting brethren welcome. Elvis L. Tarrant, W. M. » LOST - STRAYED - STOLEN LOST — 2 beagles. Red and white male beagle, brown, white & black female beagle. Cottage Hills. John Hall, 9-6989. LOST—Saturday, male beagle hound, brown and white. Answers to "Pete." Reward. Ph. 2-0811, 3-8587. LOST—7 months old beagle pup, black, white and tan, markings: vicinity of Northslde Playground. Reward 15. 5-9177. MALE GERMAN SHEPHERD — Black and silvery tan. brown collar. 18 months old. Please return. Reward. 5-4383. 534>4 E. 8th. NOTICE—Citizens of Bethalto: Stol en, small red and white bike. If you know of Its whereabouts call V. V. Virgin at Du. 4-4321 or Du. 4-6582, or return bike to rack at grade school. STOLEN — Taylor-Tot baby stroller from 615 Halloran, Wood River. Any information call 4-3460. II NOTICES necessary but you must have a car. You will be trained in the field. Your Income starts when you report for training. Starting Salary $325 Per Month Plus Commission SEE MR. EDWARDS, 10 A.M. TO 3 P.M., TUESDAY. JULY 15 ILLINOIS STATE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 87 HENRY ST. ALTON, ILLINOIS FINANCIAL BUSINESS SERV1CI NICE BUSINESS LOCATION and building for gate. Wood Rivet P. O. Box 2*7. _.. _. —. j ROOFING OP A SMALL RESTAURANT FOR SALE *f and |rt*«. —Good location; have to give up b*- Phaet 3-S1M. csuse of ill health. For information call 4-9435. TAVERN for sale or trade, can after 3 at 5-1027. PERSONAL SERVICE AufKft'i M DMESSMAKtNO-TAILORINO CUSTOM MADE SLIPCOVBRS » Work guaranteed. Mrs. mm. PIMM 5-4074. ill LAUNDERING IRONINGS in my home. Reasonable and experienced. 4-7843. WANTED — Washings and Ironings. Also men's laundry. Experienced & reasonable. S-8S65. BUSINESS SERVICE a BUS, EMBfrn ' i_OlttfWfH»« 8-2386. OOifttllllt. FLOOR SANDING AND REPINtSHlNO. Pot Mt M» mate* phone BAgWMMW. MM* INTERIOR, EXTERIOR Painting, wallpaper elMDM. ed. Free estimates. 2-3141, 1 JSST INTERIOR and exteTtOt paffltlfll. — Reasonable prices, V" * 78 years experience, prices. Work guarantee*, perlence. 9-2287. PAPER HANOINO-*a»nM«f. money. Call 3-8764. PAUL McGUIGGAN NEED 2 MEN with cars. Appointments furnished, Kirbv Co.. Alton 2-4934 WANTED—Men for Watklns dealers. Phone 4-6806. ACCOMODATING ALL AREAS HAMPSEY'S SEWER SERVICE 2-9727 . 4-0513 M hour service. Work guaranteed, insured. We clean, Install, repair •ewers, septic tanks, cessoools. field drains. WOMAN, white. Interested more in a good home than wages. Light housework and companionship for 111 wife. Write Box 520, care Telegraph. 18 HELP WANTED - FEMALE AIRLINES need young women. See our ad under Instructions. 12A. I will share my opportunity with FOUR. Only 4 new people who want and need to add $35 to $50 a week to their family Income. Phone 2-8555. PBX, $200 month. Registered nurse. $15 day. Secretary, good typist, fry cook, waitress, nurses aid. Others to $250 month. American Employ mnnt. 205 Plasa WANTED — Middle-aged white lady to live with large family In country. Must love children and be witling to work. No one else need apply. Own room, reasonable wages. Weekends off If desired. Please write and I will come to see you. Mrs. E. Grothaus. Plalnvlew. ill.. Route 2. WOMEN — Afternoon Hotel b e sit Clerk. Write Box "510," care Tele graph. WOMAN—To do light housework/and care for elderly lady. Please state references. Write Box 530, care Telegraph. PAINTING WANTED - SpWIat 10W prices on homes. Pret estimate*, Reliable. Phone 2-5429. PAPER HANGING—Patch "plastering and repair work. Free ALL ALTON AREAS STAMPS SEWER <t SEPTIC TANK SERVICE —Sewer and septic tanks Installed for homes, installations, financed. 824 Henry St., Alton. Phone 2-4420 AERO MAYFLOWER Sloan 1 * Moving ft Stortg* C*» Exclusive Agent Local A Long Distent* Moviitfl Prea Estimates — No Obligation LARRY O. FINLEY. Managtt Phone 5-6687. 299 B. Elm BOTTLE GAS HOOKUP — Original Skelgas equipment and bottles: also bulk Skelgas. JIM JONES. Inc.. 911 Milton Road. Alton. Phone 2-2765. Complete LAWN MOWER SERVICE All Types Factory Authorize Service Station for: • Brlggs & Stratton Engines • Clinton Engines • Power Products • Lawson Engines • Lawn Boy DRY MACHINE and IRON WORKS 844 Edwardsvllle Road. Wood River Open .Evening* 'til S p.m. 4-0626 YWCA PROGRAM DIRECTOR—For WATER. 3-8308. DIGGING WELLS, cistern and septic tanks. Alto well and cistern cleaning, J. T. Earp. 4-OT4C. FURNACE CLEANING. GILLEN- teenage activities, September. Con-] tact E. Wilcox. Alton YWCA. GUTTERING .t HELP WTD.-MALE* FEMALE WANTED — Silk and wool spotter: experienced. Apply Milton Cleaners, 1120 Milton Road. A COMPLETE FRAMING SERVICE —Photographs, works of art Grave mann Photography, Ml Milton Road. 2-2267. ARTIST'S MATERIALS—P I c t u r e frames. Recently added, tube water colors. numbered paint sets HANDY PAINT CO.. across from Wood River Bank. 4-2212. BLAND ART SHOP - PICTURE FRAMING. Prints and oil paintings. 3025 College. First house east, of Shurtleff tennis court. 3-3715. CHURCHES. ORGANIZATIONS. SCHOOLS. PAPER PLATES. NAP KINS. NOVELTIES. BALLOON ft PICNIC SUPPLIES. J. * B DIS TRIBUTING CO.. 554 E. BROAD WAY. PHONE 5-9347. CUSTOM • MADE picture frames. 10- day delivery. (REED). 2021 Park avenue. 2-4325. ItA SALESLADIES EASIEST $6—$60—$160 you'll ever make! New SOUTHERN BEAUTY Christmas Cards pay you $60 on 100 boxes. Many $1 Assortments. Gifts. Samples on approval, FREE Personalized Albums. PEARLS FREE for promptness. SOUTHERN, 478 N. Hollywood, Dept. 450, Memphis. Tenn. SALESMEN HOME APPLIANCE REPAIRS — Washers, cleaners, fans, etc. 109 Virginia, East Alton. Underbrlnk. 4-6605. POWER LAWN MOWERS Repaired—Sharpened Complete line Tore Mowers, Springfield riding mowers. Manco riding mowers, Gilson tillers. •STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 COLLEGE 2-7328 LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED—Apply at 617 Spring Street. Alton. DETECTIVE investigations. Shadowing. Industrial Commercial. Licensed. Bonded. UNITED DETECTIVE AGENCt »006 Washington Ave Phone 3-73SV FULLER BRUSH MEN—Earn above average start on salary. Phone Edwardsville 3575 evenings. IF "YOU ARE~22~TO~45 — MarrTetT have good car and need $100 to $125 weekly, see Mr. Fred, Illinois State Employment, 87 Henry, Tuesday, 9 to 10^ a.m. MAN to assemble pump lamps spare time. Easy, profitable. No canvassing. Free details. OUGOR ENTP.. Caldwell l TUCKPOINTING - Chimney work, basements waterproofed. Free estimates. Reasonable, Call or write 1014 E. Carpenter. Jerseyville. Ph. 367. H. A. NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE ACROSS THE STREET ACROSS THE COUNTRY LOCAL ft LONG DISTANCE 1628 Washington Ave. Dial 2-0881 RENTALS SLEEPING ROOMS _ ROOM—Two blocks from downtowflj Wood River. Private entrance. Tele- home privileges. Phone 4-3947. SLEEPING ROOM—First floor, near Glassworks. Apply la rear. 1719 Bozza. 5-9126. SLEEPING ROOM for rent, on but line. Upper Alton. Window fan. 2-9307. ' SLEEPING ROOM next to bath — Gentleman only. 401 Sering, Altoa. SLEEPING ROOM—Small, comfort. able. Excellent location. 438 E. 3rd, SLEEPING ROOMS — Private e*~ trance. 401 Wood River Ave., Woo* River. 17.00 week. WOOD RIVER — Room adjoining bath. Private entrance. Block dowa- town. 4-6847. ROOM AND BOAKD CLEAN, modern single room; meals, lunches. Phone 3-8479. NICE. CLEAN, COOL ROOMS — Good meals. Close in. 628 Alby. ROOM AND BOARD for aged me» and women. 1914 Washington. Phone J3-3091. ROOM * BOARD — Women or men. Social Security and pensioners. For colored only. 720 Belle street. ROOM * BOARD — Men only. 2» Penning, Wood River. SHELTERED CARE HOME for the aged. Lots of good shade and comfortable. State approved. Home cooking and baking. For Information call FRontler 2-3374. Brighton. FISH. BIRDS. ANIMALS mounted Tanning done. Buckskin lackets. purses. Herren Taxidermy. 2-0512. SALESMEN. 2—1 want to talk to men who are Interested In a gooc paying future. We train you. Mus have car and be willing to work Floaters or leaners need not apply Contact Mr. Ayers, Alton. 2-8562 for appointment. WASHING MACHINES and VACUUM CLEANERS PARTS AND SERVICE DRYER VENTING SUPPLIES 828 E. 7th. 2-4423 MIDDLECOFF REPAIRS 43 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 2 FURNISHED light housekeeping rooms, all modern. Apply 606 Belle. VETERANS SANITATION SERVICE Septic tans, cesspools and vault* Cleaned and repaired. Reasonable price, free estimates. 24 hour aerv Ice. Ph. 4-5238. 45 APARTMENTS — FLATS 2-ROOM UNFURNISHED APT. — Downtown on State St. 2-9797. I LARGE ROOMS—College Ave. oa bus stop, Alton. First floor. $65 mo. Gas heat, water furnished. To see call 4-5763. FOR WATKINS PRODUCTS—Phone 4-6806 or call at 315 Second St.. Wood River. TRACTOR PLOWING, cultivating, mowing machine and blade work. Phone 9-2251. HI-FI SEE AND HEAR our outstanding line of Imported and domestic HI-FI units. CENTRAL SEWING .SUPPLY 14 W. Broadway Ph. 2-5214 IT'S A CINCH to clean upholstery and carpets in a Jiffy with Lustre. Young Dry Goods Co. Blue TREE SERVICE — To get trees or shrubs, properly sprayed, dial 2-0811 or 3-8587. HA RIDERS DESIRE PASSENGER to share expenses to Ft. Lauderdale. Florida vicinity: leaving Wednesday, July 16. 5-6075. RIDE WANTED from North Alton to downtown St. Louis, from 8-5. Phone 5-1682. WANTED—Ride to St. LoulsT Hours, 8 to 4 In vicinity of Industrial Drive and Chouteau Ave. Ph. 4-4780 EDUCATIONAL 1ZA INSTRUCTIONS AIRLINES NEED ALERT PRE-TRAINED young women and men, to age 35 for exciting career. (Job with wlngsV to meet expanding let age demands, you start to $3600 as AIRPORT or CITY TICKET AGENT. RESERVATION- 1ST. COMMUNICATIONS, FLIOHT or GROUND HOSTESS or ATTENDANT. Earn on present lob while learning via. all (UNIVERSAL AIR-WAY) short, low. tuition train- Ing. Write for full facts today with sparable photo, P.O. 6004. Lambert Field. St. Louis 21, Missouri. SKY JOBS TO $300 _— See above and write today— _ SUMMER REGISTRATION"— High school, radio and TV. International Correspondence Schools. Immediate service. Alton 2-2514. $75.00 PER WEEK GUARANTEED PLUS BONUS EACH WEEK BASED ON PRODUCTION YOU MUST have automobile, be free to travel Mondas' through Friday, (you will be home every weekend) and available tor immediate employment. Experience not necessary. If hired you will attend sales school and receive field training at company expense. SEE: MR. TONJES 5 P.M. TO 8 P.M. TUESDAY. JULY IS STRATFORD HOTEL ALTON, ILLINOIS WEEDS MOWED with tractor; lawns cut, yard grading, septic tank and lateral work, ^andscaping. 2-3165. IS BUILDING - CONTRACTING A-I CARPENTER RBPAIRS-RoofS. porches, floors, basements, painting Very reasonable. Phone 2-2901 BACK HOE WORK ~ Ditches, footings and septic hauling. 4-0)95. tanks dug. Dirt BLOCK and CONCRETE WORK— Experienced. Free estimates. Phone 4-5205. 3 LARGE ROOMS—Heat and water furnished. Private bath and entrance. 3-8006. 3 NICE LARGE modem unfurnished rooms, upstairs. Private entrance. East Alton. 4-5685. 3-ROOM APARTMENT — bath and entrance. 5-6467. Private 3 ROOM APT.—Redecorated. Private bath, heat and water. 2-3979. 3 ROOM APT. — Upstairs. Utllltlea paid. $55 month. Phone 5-5365. M SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE COLORED GIRL wants pantry work. Experienced. Call 2-4843 after 6 p.m. LADY WANTS DAY WORK — Call 5-1940. FINANCIAL a BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITY Highly rated national organization will select a distributor to service 50 active local accounts. DELIVER & COLLECT ONLY for our petroleum product. Experience is not needed. An Investment of $2,200 CASH REQUIRED to carry the minimum necessary Inventory, For substantial monthly Income you need only $2200 cash Investment plus 10 hours spare time each week. Car necessary. Tell about yourself and give phone, address. Write Box "1200" Care Telegraph. PRE-ASSEMBLED HOMES Any size — erected on your lot or we furnish site. Small down payment, liberal monthly payments. CALL 2-0386 Canham'i Home Improvement! FOR THE HOUSE YOU DESIRE CONSULT CLASSIFICATION 5?. TO PLACE YOUR AD DIAL 5.6641 FINANCIAL For MONEY fUDIQ EASY JIM IT* E. •roadway • 1-ttTt FINANCE •BACON FINANCIAL AUTOMOBILE LOANS New «r U«tt) Cm REASONABLE BANK RATES tnitallmnt Loan D«partm«Dl VkM MM! Belle Wree* Member FP-i.C. Call Us for Quality ALUMINUM SIDING Asbestos and Insulated 91 Henry 2-4821 Eagle Home Conditioning After 5 Call 5-5365 or 2-5908 F.H.A. FINANCING Carpenter work, repair and remodeling. Roofing, siding. No lob too small. 4-2980. 3 ROOMS * BATH—Upstairs 714 Langdon. $45 mo Phone 2-.1223. 3 ROOMS FOR RENT — Can work out rent. 420 Ashlock, Wood River. William Daugher'y. < ROOMS — Large closet, bath, upstairs. Laundry room in basement. Heat, water, kitchen furnished. Adults. 2-5997. 3 ROOMS furnished. • Private, heat an Call 5-5123. FINANCIAL PAINTING and carpenter repairs, reasonable. References. 2-7349. FINANCIAL Mortgage Loans Now Available CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN 2ri MORTQA8E LOANS ON HOMES !•• Ml MW |tt • MOtM •MrtiW •» ytur Mm •w tbtHfk ytN havt> a fint mrttaff •» unit. LOW INTfREST RATES Eo-.f Alton MORTGAGE CO, N. ROSCNIERO, Mtr. §29 RIDQC «T. OIHM244 Office in Olever Leef ftieney FINANCIAL FINANCIAL IS BUCK FINANCIAL FINANCIAL MONEY V w To Loan on Real Estate Low Interest Rate Quick Service Long or Short Maturities Fred C. Weber Agency IOANS Within TNo Hour IID-STi AUTOMOBIL «» f UHHITUKt , SSCHA JUKI I OM MOVv "Last night Ed and I had our one last mad fling—he leave*for Boy Scout camp today!" IIALTOI 424 tat M711 T

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