Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on February 17, 1968 · Page 17
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Alton, Illinois
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17, 1968 ALTUW Rep. Gray To Receive SIU Award EDWARDSVILLE — The recommendation of Illinois Congressman Kenneth J. Gray of West Frankfort to receive the SIU Distinguished Service Award this year was approved here Friday by the SIU board Bierbaum Obituaries of. trustees. The distinguished service award Will be presented to Rep. Gray, a Democrat from the 21st District, at commencement exercises In June. Rep. Gray, one of the founders of the Walking Dog Foundation for the Blind, has been a member of Congress since November of 1954. . He is a member of the Congressional Committee on Public Works and the Government Operation Committee, and was state vice president of the Illinois Junior Chamber of Commerce from 1953 to 1954. The recommendation points out that Gray "is noted for his interest in public works and for his strong support of Southern Illinois, its activities and its institutions." Edwardsville Man Charged With DWI An Edwardsville man was charged with driving while intoxicated and driving without a driver's license by South Roxana police this morning. John St John was apprehended by the police about 4 a.m. heading east on Madison Avenue to South Roxana. He was accompanied by Garry Mangers of 700 Berry Road, Wood River, and James Clark of Edwardsville. Mangers and Clark were charged with intoxication. St. John and Mangers were held overnight at the Roxana Jail after South Roxana police called for assistance from the Roxana Department. South Roxana police also apprehended Garry Scheller of Wanda for driving with 1967 license plates. Thief Steals 81 Dozen Golf Balls EDWARDSVILLE — More than $1,200 worth of golf balls were reported stolen Friday from the Cloverleaf Golf Course on Rte. 1, near Alton. The theft was reported to the Madison County sheriffs office at 8:13 a.m. Friday. Entry to the clubhouse was gained sometime after 4 p.m. Thursday by breaking two side windows. The sheriffs office said 81 dozen golf balls, valued at $15 per dozen, were stolen. Cigarette and candy machines were also forced open and looted of their contents and change. Jersey Bounty Farm Insurance Manager Feted JERSEYVILLE - A supper honoring Harold Andes, agency manager for County Companies Insurance in Jersey County for the past 19 years, was held Thursday. Andes will become special agent, effective March 1. No successor has been named to replace Andes. A meeting is set for Feb. 20 with Paul Powell, the district manager for County Companies and the local Farm Bureau Board. A new candidate will be interviewed at the meeting. Leroy R. Bierbaum, 61, of 2324 Mound St., manager of Municipal . and Hock Spring Golf Courses, and a former employe of Shell Oil Co., died at 12:35 p.m. Friday in St. Anthony's Htfspital. Mr. Bierbaum, a Shell Oil Co., engineer until 1963, when he took an early retirement because of ill health, had been employed at the refinery 37 years. He was a director of Shell Wood River Federal Credit Union, a past president of Shell Service Club, and a member of Operating Engineers Local 526. He also belonged to Grace Methodist Church and to the Eagles Lodge. After his retirement from the oil refinery he had been employed as manager of the two golf courses. A son of the late Mr. and Nfrs. Frank A. Bierbaum, he was born in Alton, Oct. 20,1906. He lived In Alton all of his life and at the Mound Street home 28 years. He attended the elementary and high schools in Alton and Brown's Business College. Survivors are his widow, the former Viola E. Eisenreich, whom he married In 1927, and four sisters, Mrs. Marion M. Myers, Dallas, Tex., Mrs. Louis E. Knudson, Seal Beach, Calif., Mrs. Lawrence Bean, Godfrey, and Mrs. Russell H. Grisham, Alton. A brother, Elmer, preceded him in death. The Rev. F. Glenn Creek, pastor of Grace Methodist Church, will officiate at services Monday at 2 p.m. in Gent Chapel. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Visitation at the chapel will be after 10 a.m. Sunday. He had been 111 for four months and a patient in the hospital eight weeks. Previously he had been a patient there for treatment. Born at Panama, Sept. S, 1926, he was a son of the late Henry Hoekstra and Mrs. Aria Beitlaar Hoekstra. Before moving to East Alton he had lived at Hillsboro and at Coffeen. He was a navy veteran of World War II, a member of First Methodist Church, East Alton; International Machinists Association; Lodge 837, a committee member of Boy Scout Troop 38, Coffeen Lodge 906, AF&AM, and Pipefitters Local 558 Alton. Surviving are his widow, the former Helen Maxine Wilson, whom he married Oct. 22,1950; four sons, Edward, 15, Gerald, 13, Kenneth, $, and Henry, 6; his mother, who lives at Coffeen, and two brothers, Frank, Croplett, Calif., and William, Centralia, and a sister, Mrs. Ada Whitman of Coffeen. Charles Chance of Edwardsville; two brothers, Marion of Edwardsville and Steffano of Italy; a sister living hi Italy; and five grandchildren. He was a member of St. Boniface Church, where a requiem mass will be read at 9:30 a.m. Monday. Burial will be in Sunset Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be at the Fletcher Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Sunday, with the Rosary to be recited Sunday at 8 p.m. Hudspeth Fred Hudspeth, 83, a patient in Yinger Nursing Home for several years died Friday at 8:30 p.m. in Alton Memorial Hospital where he had been taken Feb. 7, following a hip fracture. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Hudspeth, he was born June 26, 1884, at Carroll- Webster Hoekstra Funeral services for Cornelius B. (Corky) Hoekstra, 41, of 731 E. Woodland • Drive, Rosewood Heights, will be Monday at 2 p.m. in the Methodist Church at Coffeen with the Rev. R. E. Hollis officiating. Burial will be in Sunnyside Cemetery, Sorento. The body is at Toberman Funeral Home, Coffeen where visitation will be after 2 p.m. Sunday. Mr. Hoekstra, a resident of East Alton for 13 years, and a former employe of McDonnell Aircraft, died Thursday in St. Joseph's Hospital, Houston, Tex. Frank X. Webster, 65, whose family home for many years was at 340 Jefferson Ave., died Friday to John Cochran Veterans Hospital, St. Louis. He had been hi ill health for several years and hospitalized several times before entering the veterans hospital in December of 1967. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Webster, he was born Aug. 17, 1902, in Alton. He had lived in Alton all of his life with exception of time spent in military service during World War H. A sister, Sister Mary Ambrose, an Ursullne nun, stationed at the Ursuline Convent on Danforth St., and cousins, including Walter Simon and Mrs. Sadie Simon Scheff of Alton, survive him. He was preceded in death by six brothers and a sister. Funeral services will be Tuesday with a Requiem Mass at 9 a.m. SS. Peter & Paul's Church. Burial will be to St. Patrick's Cemetery. The body is at Staten Chapel where visitation will be after 4 p.m. Monday. The Rosary will be recited Monday at 8 p.m. ton. Nieces and nephews are his only survivors. Graveside services will be Monday at 11 a.m. to Alton Cemetery with the Rev. Howard Todd Taylor officiating. The body is at Streeper Funeral Home where visitation will be Monday morning prior to .the service. Frey Jr. of Edwardsville, and Mrs. Kenneth Gehrig of Alhambra, and six grandchildren survive. Also surviving are tore broth'' ers and three sisters: Edwin P. Schneider, Dale Schneider, Mrs. Herman Rahn and Mrs. Ray Hoffman, all Of Edwardsville; Mrs, Albert Brave of Wood River; and Erwin Schneider of Rifer Edge, New Jersey. She was a member of St. Mary's Church, the church Altar and Rosary Society and was secretary of the Alton Deanery Confraternity Board. A Requiem mass: will be read at 9 a.m. Monday from St. Mary's Church by the Rev. Martin Gibbons, assistant pastor. Burial win be to Calvary Cemetery. The Pletcher Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. There will be no visitation at the funeral home. ANNOUNCEMENTS 10 Karrick Burr MEDORA — Mrs. Effic Mae Burr, a former resident of Medora, died this morning in Holy Cross Hospital, Jacksonville. She was the widow of Benjamin Burr. Mrs. Burr had been away Ortey Tembrook, Eugene Sena- fer, Cordell Smith, Orviile Cummins, and Byron Waters. Mr. Cummins, the father of Mrs. Donavon Deeder of Godfrey, died Tuesday at CarroHton. Survivors beside Mrs. Deeder are a son, Gerald and a daughter, Mrs. Dean Morrow, Athensville. A son, Harold Wayne, was killed in World War H. He also is survived by 13 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Schenk Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Schenk, wife of Christopher Schenk of St. Louis, formerly of Alton, will be Monday at 9 a.m. in St. Patrick's Church 6th and Biddle, St. Louis. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis. Visitation at John Stygar & Son Funeral Home, 5541 Riverview Blvd., St. Louis, began at 2 p.m. today. Ludwig Funeral WORDEN — Funeral services for Bruno Otto Ludwig, 82, will be Sunday at 2 p.m. in Trinity Lutheran Church, followed by burial in Worden Lutheran Cemetery. Visitation at Williamson Fu- 10 — 17 i . ,,• -... . FOUND—2 pupg. Paper trained. If not claimed, will give to good home. 254-9553. TBtDY 10 17 FOUND—In Godfrey, last Thursday. Small black female dog. Collar but no tag. Call 466-4380. Notices It — TF ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE You can place your classified ad, classified kill or classified corrections 24 hours a day. DAYTIME — 465-6641 8 A.M. - S P.M. CLASSIFIED GIRLS. NIGHT CLASSIFIED NUMBER 465-651! 5 P.M. - 8 A.M. RECORDER HINTS ON USING ELECTRONIC AD TAKER: SPEAK SLOWLY I. GIVE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AND PHONE CARLINVILLE — Funeral services for John Karrick, 86, will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. In Wiese - Anderson Funeral Home, followed by burial in Rural Cemetery. Two sisters, Mrs. Ida Fite and Mrs. Nellie Fones, Carlinville, and three brothers, Leslie, Carlinville; Walter, Pekin, and William T. Gilson, Fillmore, survive. Mr. Karrick died Friday at 12:40 p.m. in Macoupin County Nursing Home where he had been a patient 10 years. Marsden Seeger Harold and his wife, Judy, were presented with a large inscribed silver tray and an electronic wall clock by the Farm Bureau, County Companies, and the Extension employes. The Andes plan to take a month vacation in Florida. Kerner Boosted For Judgeship WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House acknowledged Friday the endorsement by Illinois Democrats in Congress of Gov. Kerner for appointment to a federal judgeship. The acknowledgement was an- Nixon Rolling Smoothly in N. Hampshire By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Richard M. Nixon campaign operation in New Hampshire appears to be rolling smoothly, but Gov. George Romney, Nixon's principal rival in the upcoming Republican presidential primary, has hit a bumpy stretch. Friday brought Romney enough voter hostility to faze a lesser man, but he shrugged ft off and showed no signs of slow^ Ing down. One voter berated Romney for a quarter of an hour for not supporting Barry Goldwater in the 1964 presidential race, another accused him of being "a crook just like any other politician," and one of Manchester's blunter citizens told him to his face he drinks too much. Romney Stunned This last stunned Romney, who not only doesn't drink alcoholic beverages but abstains from coffee as well. "I've never had a drink in my life," he said. Nixon, who has completed two weeks of campaigning in New Hampshire, has sq far experienced nothing quite as trying as Romney's Black Friday. He is tabbed the favorite in the March 12 primary but he says he will step up the pace. In Nashua Friday, the former vice president evoked the name of his onetime boss, President Dwight D. Eisenhower, in a statement commenting the announcement that additional jet planes are being sent to Souh Korea. Strength Display The way to avoid war, he said, is to keep it from starting by displaying strength at the right times. "This is how peace was kept during the eight years of the Eisenhower administration," Nixon said. BUNKER HILL — Christian Seeger, 75, a retired employe of the Bunker Hill Vault & Monument Co., died Friday in Macoupin County Nursing Home, Carlinville. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Christian Seeger, he w a s born Aug. 15, 1892, in St. Louis County. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Melva Schreiber, Bunker Hill, and sons, Christie Seeger, Westminster, Calif., and Harry, Edwardsville; four sisters, Mrs. Clara Smith and Mrs. Helen Mansholt, Bunker Hill; Mrs. Tillie Bantz, Hartford, and Mrs. Annie King, Overland, Mo., eight grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. His wife, a son, two brothers and a sister preceded him in death. Funeral services will be Monday at 2 p.m. in Zion Lutheran Church with the Rev. H. F. Peckman officiating. Visitation at Jacoby-Wise Funeral Home Bunker Hill will be after 2 p.m. Sunday and until 1 p.m. Monday when the body will be taken to the church. JERSEYVILLE - Dr. Bertram A. Marsden died at 1:20 a.m. today at his home on 200 North Liberty St. Dr. Marsden would have been 76 years old in May. He w a s born in Hebron, Ind., May 9, 1892, the son of Anna Wemple and William Frederick Marsden. He Is survived by his widow, Genevieve; one son, Bertram A. Marsden Jr. of Jerseyville; three daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Naylor of Jerseyville, Mrs. Lawrence (Helen) Witzky and Mrs. Charles (Marguarite) Ehlke, both of Appleton, Wis.; one sister, Mrs. Walter (Fern) Hough of Winchester, Va.; one brother, Arthur Marsden of Villa Park; and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be held from Medora for 30 years and before entering the hospital at Jacksonville had been in nursing homes in Jacksonville and Virginia. She was born Sept. 24, 1878, at Piasa, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Granville Reno. A sister, Mrs. Mary Ryan, and a brother, Guy W. Reno of Alton, survive her. She also leaves three nieces. Funeral services will be Monday at 1 p.m. in Warner Funeral Home, Medora, followed by burial in Medora Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home will be after 2 p.m. Sunday. Hayes Funeral GRAFTON—A Requiem Mass with The Rev. Anthony Schmidt as celebrant was sung at 10:30 a.m. Friday in the St. Patrick's Church for Robert B. Hayes of Graf ton. Pallbearers were Charles Zipprich, Robert Rowling, Paul Arnold, Major Goode, William Nausome and Maurice Milborn. Interment was in the Scenic Hill Cemetery, Grafton. Wallace Funeral GRAFTON — Funeral services for Mrs. Birdie Wallace were held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home in Jerseyville. The Rev. C. R. Morris, pastor of the Grafton Methodist Church officiated. Pallbearers were William Q. Smith, Roscoe Hibbs, Harry Burton, Charles Overmeyer, neral Home, Worden, will be after 4 p.m. today. NUMBER, name out) 4 (Spell your WEIL/ ALMOST EVERY THINS/ EMPLOYMENT 18 Help Wanted—Female 18 17 ANNOUNCEMENTS Legal 1 at 2 p.m. Tuesday, at the First Baptist Church here, the Bev. Carlton Christenson officiating. Friends may call at the Gubser Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Monday until 12 noon Tuesday. Then they may call at the First Baptist Church. Burial will be in the Oak Grove Cemetery. Wienke Wayne EDWARDSVILLE — Mrs. Frieda Wayne, 58, of 422 Legion Drive, an Edwardsville resident the past 51 years, died today at Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Born Jan. 10, 1910, at Alhambra, a daughter of the late Henry and Margaret Bickline Schneider, she was married April 24, 1928, to Robert S. Wayne, who survives. Two daughters, Mrs. Robert Major Goode and Darrell Wildt. Interment was in the Scenic Hill Cemetery, Grafton. Cummins Funeral Funeral services for Oren Cummins, 76, retired Athensville road commissioner, were held Friday in the Baptist Church at Athensville with the Rev. Albert Hinners and the Rev. Ollie Phillips officiating. Burial was in Union Cemetery, near Greenfield. Pallbearers were Hal Griffith, Legal — 17 PART 1 SECTION 1.1 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Improvements to the Bethalto Water System The President and Board of Trustees of the Village of Bethalto, Illinois will receive sealed bids for the construction of Improvements to the Water System until 7:00 P.M., C.S.T. on Thursday, February 29, 1968 at the Village HaU, Bethalto, Illinois at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read. The work wlU consist of the construction of 12" and 6" water mains including valves, fittings and work incidental thereto. Instructions to bidders, form of proposals, plans, specifications, and form of contract may be examined at the office of Sheppard, Morgan Schwaab, Inc.. Consulting Engineers, 2100 State Street. Granite City, Illinois. A bid bond, cashier's check, or a certified check made payable to the order of the Village of Bethalto, Illinois in the amount of ten per cent (10%) of the gross amount of the bid, must be deposited by each bidder with his bid as guarantee that in case the contract Is awarded to him, he will, within ten (10) days thereafter, upon receipt of written notice of award, execute such contract and furnish a satisfactory contract bond. Upon failure to do so, he shall forfeit the deposit not as a penalty, but as liquidated damages and acceptance of the bid will be contingent upon the fulfillment of this requirement by the bidder. The checks or bid bonds of all excepting the three (3) lowest formal bidders will be returned within ten (10) days after the opening of bids, the remaining checks or bid bonds will be returned within thirty (30) days from the date on which the bids were opened and read. The successful bidder will be required to pay to all laborers, workmen and mechanics performing work under this contract, not less than the current prevailing rate of wages as has been determined by the Wage Determination decision of the Secretary of Labor which is on file in the office of the Village Clerk of the Village of Bethalto. Illinois. All proposals must be made on forms furnished by the Engineer. The Village of Bethalto reserves the right to waive or not to waive any irregularities In the bids and to determine which Is the lowest and best bid for the improvement. By Order of the President and Board of Trustees of the Village of Bethalto. Illinois. 2. Speak slowly and distinct* 3. B Y E SURE TO STATE THE NUMBER OF DAYS YOU DESIRE YOUR AD TO BE PUBLISHED. (IF YOU DO NOT TELL US WE WILL AUTOMATICALLY RUN THREE DAYS). Remember this U » mechanical device, ft will answer your call and five yon recorded Instructions on what to do, but other than that cannot answer any question*. * * * * 11 — Feb. 19 GREAT HOP.NED OWL — Crow decoys, deerskin moccasins, etc. Taxidermy, tanning. Heeren Taxidermy, 716 Ridge. 462-0131. WANTED EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER with steno experience- Good opportunity. Write Box 790, Care Telegraph. 18—19 HOUSEKEEPER — Motherless home; children 2 and 4. Live-In. Modern farm. Call after 6 p.m. 372-8315. Help Wtd.. Male-Female 19 19 21 AvailABILITY 11 — Feb. 26 LOSE WEIGHT safely with DEX-A- DIET Tablets. Only' 98c at Honke Pharmacy. 11 — 17 HEY THERE1 — Chicken dinner, Sunday, February 18 at the WILSONVILLE HALL, WILSONVILLE, ILLINOIS. Adults $1.50. children under 13—75c. Serving from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. CHICKEN EVERY SUNDAY 11 _ 17 YOUR CHURCH OR GROUP can raise $50 and more, easy and fast. Have 10 members each sell only ten $1 bottles my famous Double Strength Imt. Vanilla Flavoring. Keep $50 for your treasury. No money needed. Write: Anna Elizabeth Wade, Dept. 893GB, Lynchburg, Va. 24505. Riders 11A 11A — 17 LADY DESIRES RIDE TO MCDONNELL AIRCRAFT — Bjlllding 101, day shift. 259-8510. INCOME TAX — And bookkeeping service for Individuals or business. Milton Business Service. Marion D. Keyser. 462-4371 for appointment. 11B — Mar. 18 INCOME TAX SERVICE — Federal and Missouri. S. G. Battles, 472 South Prairie St., Bethalto. 377-6461. HARDIN — Funeral services for Army Spec. 4 Carl J. Wieneke, 25, who was killed Feb. 6, in Vietnam, will be Monday at 2 p.m. in the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home, Hardin, with the Rev. M. Edwards Breed, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Jerseyville, officiating. Burial in Hardin Cemetery will be with full military honors, Visitation at the funeral home will be after 2 p.m. Sunday. A son of the late Frederick Wieneke, and Mrs. Gertrude Wieneke, he was born June 5, 1942, in Jersey County. Survivors in addition to his mother, who lives in Jerseyville, are his widow, the former Barbara Tinker; two brothers, Curtis, East Alton, and Paul, Jerseyville, and a sister, Mrs. Beulah Koenig, Mt. Carmel. Cammarata EDWARDSVILLE - Joseph Cammarata, 81, of Rte. 1, Edwardsville, died Friday at his nounced by Rep. Dan Rosten- kowski, who handles federal appointments for the state's Democratic delegation. He also confirmed reports that the FBI was acting to clear Kerner for appointment to the expected vacancy on the 7th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals to Chicago. Other potential candidates were not idle Friday. There were these developments: Former Gov. George Wallace of Alabama, making his first out-of-state speech since he announced his third-party candidacy, told a Chicago audience be feels he appeals chiefly to Midwest Democrats. residence. A retired employe of the Nickel Plate Railroad, he had resided in Edwardsville 45 years. Born Oct. 26, 1886, at Alcamo, Sicily, a son of the late Vincenzo and Vita Adragua Cammarata, he was married Sept. 11, 1929, to Sophie Mastroianni, who died Nov. 19, 1967. | Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Alton, Wood Rlv*r. Bethalto Servtc* with Dignity FRANK X. WEBSTER Visitation Monday 4 p.m. Rosary Monday 8 p.m. Funeral Tuesday 9 a.m. At SS Peter & Paul Church Burial St. Patrick's Cemetery. Staten Funeral Home 220 Court AHon 465-8641 465-7320 Cord of Thanks 2 2 — 17 L.K. (DOC) SWAIN — We wish to express our sincere thanks to St. Anthony's Hospital, sisters & nurses, Doctor M. F. Mitchell, the AHon Box Board Company employees, all our friends and neighbors, Father Morrow at St. Ambrose, the pallbearers, Gent's Funeral Home, and everyone who prayed for Doc, masses, flowers, cards and food or helped us in any way during our sad bereavement In the loss of our loved one. Maurita, his wife: Mrs. Minnie Swain, his mother: Irene Beaverdell, his sister- in-law, and Marcella Melton, his niece. In Memoriam 3 — 17 WILLIAM M. BROWN—Most lovingly remembered, February 17, 1962. Sad our hearts, sweet the memory, As we think of you today. Time will never heal the sorrow or erase the tear. The clock of life Is wound but once. Some day the hands •will stop for 1 all. Remembered by Daughter, Gladys Brown, Granddaughter Geraldlne Wiggins and Family. 3 — 17 IN MEMORY OF OUR FATHER. WILLIAM N. BROWN, who passed away 6 years ago Feb. 17, 1962. You were so wonderful to us, So gentle, sweet and kind, It seems that we were always In your heart and in your mind. Though there Is nothing we can say Except a loving prayer, ••That God will bless you, Dearest one, and keep you In his care, And in our silent sorrow There is nothing we can do. Except to live a better life In memory of you. Sadly missed by daughters, son and sons-in-law and grandchildren. Monuments—Com. Lots 6 — 17 Income Tax 11B 11B — March 21 INCOME TAX SERVICE ALBERT J. BELANGER Hours: Evenings from 5:30 p.m. 15 HOLLY HILL DR. Ph. 462-8619 Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. ZIB — March 18 LABORATORY TECH.— Experienced, work in clinic for doctor's group, full time Job with excellent starting salary. DICTAPHONE/TYPIST — Responsible position with top firm working for V. P. manufacturing division, start $400-$425. CLERK-TYPIST — Type 60 W/M electric plus good math aptitude, stan $350. KEYPUNCH—Day shift, must have work experience, both Alpha and Numerical, up to $400 start. SECRETARY — Type 45 W/M, 80 S/H, will consider good beginner, start $350-$375. PERSONNEL CLERK — Interesting position in personnel dept., prefer some college but will consider qualified applicant, good typing S/H required, start up to $400. LEGAL STENO — Experienced or qualified beginner, type 50 W/M, 80 S/H. start $325. BEGINNER CLERK TYPIST—Type 40 W/M. H. S. Grad with good clerical aptitude, start $283. CLAIMS PROCESSOR — Work In medicare dept. of Insurance firm, good math and verbal ability required, no typing, start $69 week with rapid advancement. BEGINNER CLERK — H. S. grad no typing required, trainee posl tlon. start $375. AvailABILITY ENGINEERS AND ACCOUNTANT — We have several local require ments with top firms. If you ar tired of commuting, phone — 462-8831 or SH 1-0503 for a conf dentlal telephone interview. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted—Mole 17 17 — 19 MIDDLEAGED MAN — For yard work. 462-3684. 17 — 21 PORTER — 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.. « days. Burger Chef, Broadway. Apply In person. 17 _ TF J. C. PENNEY Is expanding Its service department. Need an electronic repairman with color TV experience, full time work, good future and company benefits. Call 254-4394, ask for Mr. Danstrom. 17 — 18 MANAGER-TRAINEE — Store manager. Investigator, Pharma- ceuatlcal representative. Business representative. American Employment. 726 E. Broadway. 17 — 20 ********** PROPERTY MANAGER Semi-retired with sales experience plus understanding of home construction, maintenance, and repair. Must have car. Salary plus commission. Preliminary interview by telephone only. RALPH LUKEN 465-5537 ********** BUYER, SR. — 5 years experienc In purchasing components and raw material, degree required. S12.00T up. FINANCIAL ANALYST. JR. — De sree plus to two years industrla accounting experience, to wor with cost analysis and budget an. alysls. 'major firm, S700-$750. PROGRAMMER TRAINEE — years college minimum, compan: will train on IBM 1401 and IBM 7070. unusual opportunity, star $550 up. ACCOUNTING CLERK — H. S Plus some night school accountln or accounting experience, start $40 in accounting dept. of larg firm. SALES CORRESPONDENT — I office of national firm, start $490$500. two years college plus ability to work well with people. QUALITY CONTROL — Expert ence in quality program and qual ity control In general, require some engineering degree or bus ness degree & $12,000 up depend ing upon experience. PROCESS CHEMIST — Some CO lege chemistry required plus pain chemistry background, In contro lab of major firm. $600-1700. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT — Some background in system: E.D.P. and accounting plus man agement ability, excellent compa ny, $8,000 to $10,000 depending up on background and experience. WE HAVE MANY OTHER OPENINGS AvailABILITY WE ARE OPEN EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT 'TIL 8 P.M 6S9A E. Broadway — 462-8931 Help Wanted 18 — 20 Female 18 WOMAN TO STAY WITH ELDERLY LADY — Godfrey area — Nice home and must have references. Write Box 840, Care Telegraph. 18 — 17 WANTED—Local beautician. Steady employment, good salary. Call 465-2601. 18 — 19 WAITRESS — Experienced, reference, no phone calls. Vieth's, 2530 State, Alton. 18 — 17 BABYSITTER WANTED — Straight days. Cottage Hills. 259-3613. 18 — 17 CASHIER — Must type. 18-22. single $300 month. Receptionist $280, stenographers $300-5350 per month, blller-typlst $290. Fry cook. American Employment, 726 E. Broadway. 18 — 20 2-GRAVE PLOT—Alton City Cemetery. Good location. Mrs. E. Brown, 3045 Myrtle, Granite City, 111. Societies and Ledges 20 LEROY R BIERBAUM Services 2 p.m. Monday in the Chapel. * Key. Glenn Greek officiating. Burial in Upper Alton Cemetery. In state at the Chapel after 10 a.m. Sunday. PIASA LODGE NO. 27 AF&AM — Special meeting Tuesda at 7:30 p.m. Work Visiting brethren freshmen ts. WM. H. WAGGONER SR., W.M. 8 — 17 WALTON CHAPTER NO. 1018 OES —Stated meeting, Feb. 19th, 7:45 p.m., honoring past matrons and ARET CRAVENS. BABYSITER—My home. Afternoon shift. Bethalto area. 377-6817. 18 — 17 EMPLOYMENT Help Wonted— 28 -Female 18 [CENSED cosmetology teacher. J ull or part time. Styling only. Miss ^arhart, Central 111. Beauty School, 01 Henry, Alton, 111. 8 — 19 )ECORATOR CONSULTANT xperlence preferred, but not essential. Should have color A ityle appreciation Must have car with ade- luate Insurance for customer con- acts. Outstanding company benefits. Apply 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Personnel Sears Roebuck & Co. 309 Plasa 8 — 17 HAIR STYLISTS M'LADY'S ROOM 18 Eastgate Plaza East Alton • Due to Expansion program space for 2 stylists is available. • Wig servicing experience helpful, however not essential • Our continuous educational programs are provided daring employment. FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE MISS "K" 254-0275 Salesladies If A 9A — 3-10-17-24 EXCITING WOMAN Deeded here. Capable, responsible, to learn and teach professional make-up. Also possible to have small business of your own. MANE WOODARD CORP. Dept. 70056 — 14621 Titus St. Panorama City, Calif. 91412 Salesmen 20 20 — 17-19 LEAVE US ALONE ... unless you want to step Into a more rewarding position In life. If you are willing to work, we-have the lob to answer all the career desires you've ever had I CALL SAM ROBERTS ROBERTS FORD 1862 E. Broadway Alton. IU. Ph. 462-9233 20 _ 17 GENUINE OPPORTUNITY — For man Interested In permanent future with nationally known company. Personal help given to assure man selected will succeed. Earnings unlimited depending upon your qualifications. Local Interview will follow. Write Box 820. care of Tele— 20 OUT OF WORK due to no fault of your own? If you possess leadership qualities, want to increase your Income and have confidence enough to answer this ad you may be admitted to the most lucrative business In the world. Appointments will be scheduled. P. O. Box 311. East Alton, Illinois. 20 — 17 • SALES CAREER: Success can be yours through this career opportunity with the MFA Insurance Group. If you enjoy sales activity, making money and providing a service, you should answer this ad. Previous experience not required as we provide extensive training program. Please send resume to Mr. Ed Hunt. No. 34 Yorkport Drive, Belleville. 111. 62221. Situations Wtd.—Mole 21 21 — 20 NEED SOMETHING REPAIRED? Man on strike, repairs anything: cars, mowers, electrical wiring. odd household repair*. Call 377-9535. Situations Wtd 22 — 23 22 EXPERIENCED YOUNG WOMAN will care for elderly person in my pleasant Upper Alton home. Bedfast would be considered. Reply Box 810. care Alton Evening Telegraph. EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT LACLEDE STEEL CO. ALTON. ILL is accepting applications for plant work at iti Alton plant. The starting rate is a minimum of $2.41 par hour, premium pay for shift work and Sundays, froo insurance program, good vacation benefits. Applications accepted Monday, Tuesday, and Wednet* day from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Laclede Is an equal opportunity employer DIRECTOR OF NURSING—BS required. Salary $10,000-$12,000. Hospital expanding to 269 beds. Contact Gene Johnson, Personnel Director, St. Margaret's Hospital, Spring Valley, 111. 18 — 20 WAITRESS WANTED — Apply in person at Rusty's, Edwardsville. 18 — 20 LADY FOR HOUSEWORK on Saturdays. Godfrey Road area. Own transportation. References. Call after 5:30. 466-3319. 18 — 17 ELM GARMENT MANUFACTURING CO., 68 E. Elm. We have openings for experienced operators in the garment industry. 18 — 20 DENTAL ASSISTANT—25-30. dicta- phone operator, stenographers, bookkeeper, 4 hours per day. Greater Alton Employment. 300 Piasa. 18 _ 17 BABYSITTER — Live in. room and board small salary, call early morning or late afternoon. 462-7840. ATTENTION INSURANCE SALESMEN Debit Life Men Salesmen (other than Insurance) I am interested In a successful salesman for the Alton area. It will pay you to investigate the products sold fnvf working conditions and benefits offered by the L & R INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. selling for GOLDEN RULE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY CONGRESSIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Some of the things offered are: A. Monthly guarantee (not draw) based upon your needs. B. Full line of life Insurance, health Insurance, and and C. Groups assigned to afl agents for enrolling new employee*. D. Fringe benefits include— Group Life- Insurance DUablUtF I*£? m f pl .? n - * nd M8J °* Hospital Program for thi^ent and nxs family. X°.K can earn to willing to work. «*ce*» of $10,000 your first year if you an All reolies confidential. For interview, write or call Are* Maoacer. Collect. ROBERT V. ECKMAN 199 WiUfemsbur* Drive, Belleville, Illinois— Pooae

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