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JANUARY 8, 1966 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE BS Obituaries Noeltner Oil late Mead in Steel 1960. from McDow W. Noeltner EDWARDSVILLE -Joseph 58, of 604 Montclaire, a switchman for 1 the Illinolg Terminal Railroad, died Friday afternoon at St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland. Born April 20, 1907 at Edwardsville, a son of the late Joseph and Elizabeth Bange Noeltner, he was married in September 1931 to Miss Meta Lauf, who survives.

Also surviving are a son, Joseph Noeltner IV of Kenosha, a brother, Elbert Noeltner of Edwardsville; and two sisters, Mrs. Louise Denyer of Detrolt, and Mrs. Mary Jo Lavers of Royal Oak, Mich. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. Friends may call after 4 p.m.

Sunday at the Pletcher Funeral Home where services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday by Rev. Walter Mehl, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Knetzger Louis John Knetzger, 90, a retired vaudeville actor, who had been featured on circuits all! over the United States and Eur.

ope, died at 8 p.m. Friday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Before entering St. Joseph's Hospital Dec.

18, he had been at Blu Fountain Manor Nursing Home in Godfrey for two years. Mr. Knetzger came to Alton 17 years ago to make his home with a sister, 1 the late Mrs. Adelalde Horn. He resided with her until her death in 1960, and he then made his home at the Savoy and the Lasalle Hotels he entered the nursing home.

He was born at Duquoin, Aug. 10, 1875, one of eight children of the late Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Knetzger. All of his sisters arid brothers preceded him in death.

Several nieces and nephews including Charles and Louis Horn, Alton, survive. The body was moved today from Burke Funeral Home to Weinberg Funeral Home, Duquoin, where friends may call after 6 p.m. Sunday. Funeral services will be Monday at 8:30 a.m. in Sacred Heart Church, Duquoin, The Rosary will be Sunday at 8 p.m.

Steele Steele Mrs. Della Mae Steele, 65, a former long time resident of Wood River, died unexpectedly Thursday at Lakeland, where she had lived since the retirement of her husband, the STREEPER FUNERAL HOME 1620 WASHINGTON Thoughtful Attention In Every Detail I LALI ALTON BETHALTO RIVEN Service with Dignity PHINEAS (BOOTS) BURNETT Visitation 7 p.m. Saturday. Funeral 11 a.m. Monday.

Rev. Freeman Privett officiating. Burial St. Joseph's Cemetery. Staten Funeral Home 220 Court Alton 465-8641 465-7320 The body will be returned to Wood River for funeral services.

and burial and upon there will be taken to Marks Mortuary. Arrangements for are pending. Before moving to Florida Mrs. Steele and her husband lived at 960 Lorena Wood River, She was a former member of First Methodist, Church, Wood River. The former Della Mae Hildebrand, she was born March 3, 1900, at St.

Joseph, a daughter of Mrs. William Hildebrand and the late Mr. Hildebrand. Surviving beside her mother, are a son, Jack Steele, Wood River; a brother, Charles, St. Joseph, and five grandchildren.

Mr. Steele died in February of 1965. Upchurch 310 S. Central Roxana. Mrs.

Upchurch, the widow of ed Robert for in 'the home of Mrs. Upchurch, had been carfor 19 months and previously had been with a daughter, Fern, in Wood River. Mr. Upchurch to whom she had been married 68 years, died last May, Mrs. Upchurch was born at Eldorado and had lived all of her life in the Raleigh Eldorado area, before coming to Wood River area three years ago.

Surviving beside her daughter, Mrs. Bost are two other daughters, Miss Fern Upchurch, Wood River, and Mrs. W. V. Rhoads, Rosewood Heights; three sons, Sigel, Eldorado; Thomas, Raleigh, and Mrs: Mary M.

Upchurch, 87, an Invalid for 19 months following a paralytic stroke, died at 12:25 a.m. today at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Dan Bost, James, U.S. Army, stationed in Germany; two sisters, two brothers, 12 grandchildren and 13 great The body has been moved from Marks Mortuary to Courtney Funeral Home, Galatia, where friends may call until time of the funeral. Funeral services will be Monday at 1 p.m.

in Bethel Creek Church, Raleigh, where she was a member. Adam WORDEN Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Adam, 76, of Staunton, who died Thursday at Detrolt, where she had been visiting relatives, will be Monday. Services will be at 2 p.m. in Williamson Funeral Home with the Rev.

C. F. Nobbe, pastor of First Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 11 a.m.

Sunday. Mrs. Adam, the former Mary Prespt, was born March 14, 1889, at Streator. Her husband preceded her in death in 1963. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs.

William Schardan, Roxana, and Mrs. William Ashley, Staunton; five Clarence, George, and Russell, Detroit; Fred and Harold, St. Louis; a sister, Detroit, 16 grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren. McRae Graveside services for the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Dale McRae, Rte. 1, Bethalto, will be Monday at 1 p.m. in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens, with the Rev. Clinton Woodfin, pastor of the Baptist Church in Meadowbrook, officiating. The baby, one of eight children of Mr.

and Mrs. McRae was pronounced dead at birth Friday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Survivors beside her parents are two sisters, Terri and Barbara; five Steve, Danny, Kevin, Thomas and Jetfrey; the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.

Charles Hitch, Rte. 1, Moro, and the paternal grandfather, E. M. Duguid, Wood River. Smith Funeral Home will be in charge of funeral arrangements.

Kaufman CARLINVILLE Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha Schneider Kaufman, 79, will be Monday at 10 a.m. in Wiese-Anderson Funeral Home, followed by burial in New Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday afternoon and until time of the funeral. Mrs.

Kaufman, who is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Betty Jo Young, Falls Church, and Mrs. Christina Still, Carlinville, died Friday at her home here. JERSEYVILLE Arthur McDow, 83, a retired employe of C. I.

M. Railroad, and member of a widely known Dow area family, died Thursday at St. Petersburg, Fla. He suffered a heart attack Dec. 18, A son of the late Mr.

and Mrs. John Hardin McDow, early residents of the Dow area, he was the last of six sons his family. A brother, the late Byron McDow, was a former Jerseyville? postmaster. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Ruby McDow; St.

Petersburg; step-son, Colby Skinner, Minneapolis, and a number of area nieces and nephews. The body is at Smith Funeral Home, Springfield, where ices will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. Burial will be in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield. Masonic memorial services will be Tuesday at 8 p.m. Groppel JERSEYVILLE Oscar H.

Groppel, 79, of near Fieldon, died at 11:15. a.m. Friday in Jersey Community Hospital. A widely known resident of Rosedale Township, he was born March I 18, 1886, a of the late Mr. and Mrs.

Herman Groppel. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Ethel May Groppel and a son, Truman of Rte. 1, Fieldon. Funeral services will be Monday at 2 p.m.

in Gubser Funeral 1 Home with the Rev. M. Edwards Breed pastor of First Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial will be in Carrollton Cemetery. Friends may call at the funerdal home after 2 p.m.

Sunday. Heal BUNKER HILL Walter Heal, a life-long resident of Bunker Hill area, died today at his home in Bunker Hill. He was a retired farmer. Survivors include his widow and a son, Larcher, who lives in Florida, and two grandchildren. The body is at Jacoby-Wise Funeral Home.

Arrangements for the funeral are awaiting word from his son. Cragg EDWARDSVILLE Mrs. Kathryn Cragg of Summit Avenue, Glen Carbon, died at 8:45 a.m. today at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.

Lester Motz. Funeral arrangements at the Lesley Marks funeral Home are pending. Green Burial in Valhalla Memorial Funeral services, for Bert Green, 82, a retired farmer, were held Thursday at 11 a.m. In Gent Chapel with Phillip Yaggee, a Jehovah's Witness, officiating. Burial was in Valhalla Memorial Park.

Pallbearers were Losch, Clevenger, Gene Cross, Leslie McDonald, James Cogel, and Lynn Halford. St. Louis Burial For Mrs. Wildberger A Requiem High Mass, with the Rev. Father E.

J. Douglas as celebrant, was sung at 10 a.m. today in St. Bernard's Church, Wood River, for Mrs. Bertha Mary Wildberger, 88, of Wood River.

Burial was in Lakewood Park Cemetery, St. Louis. Pallbearers were Warren Wessler, Thomas Kelling, John Jarzynka, Mike Percich, Joe Groom, and William Kendrick. Bennie Moore Rites At Funeral Home Funeral services for Bennie Moore were conducted Friday at Russell Chapel by the Rev. Simon Coleman.

Burial was at 10 a.m. today in Alton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ross Jones, Sam Rogers, Melvin Harris, Matt Walker, Willie Hendricks, Henry Holliday and George Connors. Mrs. Clark Burial In Upper Alton The Rev.

Paul S. Krebs officiated at funeral services Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Gent Chapel for Mrs. Adda Clark, 92. Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery.

Pallbearers were Ronnie and Robert Clark, William Wohnlich, William Sanders, Raymond and Reynolds. Simon Outlines Plan to Combat Corrupt Lobbying CHICAGO (AP)-A state islator program has designed proposed to a four combat corrupt lobbying activities in the Illinois General Assembly. Sen. Paul Simon, D-Troy, outlined his plan at a hearing Friday of the Illinois Senate Ethics Commission. The commission was formed to look into charges of bribery attempts by lobbyists of state legislators.

Simon's program was broken down into these parts: 1. Require lobbyists to disclose what they spend, exemptamounts under $25. Require them also to report what they collect to finance their operations. 2. Strengthen conflict-of-Inter-Sen.

est legisiation. 3. Strengthen civil service laws. 4. Create a state crime commission comprised of no lators.

"The large majority of lobbylists, as the majority of legislators, are honest, honorable men, but we have done far too little to discourage the unscrupulous few," Simon testified. "I have always believed" he said, "that those who deal in the filthy business of buying and selling votes collect a handsome fee for such services. The only way to stop them is through exposure." "While the opinion I express on this is not held most leaders of the two parties," Simon said, "It seems increasingly clear to me that we will not get the kind of government we need in Illinois so long as both parties are primarily concerned about jobs, with issues and morality running far behind in importance." Simon's statement was termed "slanderous" and untrue by Sen. Russell Arrington, R-Evanston, a member of the commission. Anthony Scarlano, D- Forest, backed Simon's proposal calling for lobbyists to make public recelpts and expenditures in connection with their lobbying activities.

Scariano called the present lobbyist control "a farce and a joke." The bill requires only that lobbyists register annually. Also appearing before the commission were representatives Adlai Stevenson III, D- Chicago, and Lawrence X. Pusateri, R-Melrose Park. U.S. Airlifting Sentry Dogs to Viet Nam Bases By VERN HAUGLAND WASHINGTON (AP) U.S.

airlines have begun delivering 2,000 sentry dogs needed by the armed forces to help guard American military bases in Viet Nam and elsewhere. The effectiveness of the dogs both in searching out the enemy and protecting against attack led to a recent Defense Department decision to double the dog recruiting quota placed at 1,000 last September, The Air Transport Association reported today that many of the dogs are being delivered overseas one or two at a time. Recently a jet freighter carried 19 on one flight. Use of air shipment is preferred, officials said, to avoid loss of weight that sometimes occurs during longer trips. Trainers say.

it Is impossible to restore dogs that have lost weight to prime physical condition. The Air Force recruits dogs needed by the various services and trains them at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex. There the dogs must pass a physical and go through eight Meseka Funeral; Burial at Kane CARROLLTON Funeral services for Henry A. Meseka, 64, were held Wednesday at 2 p.m, at the Mehl Funeral with the Rev. Theodore Schroeder, pastor of Our Redeemer Lutheran church officiating.

Organ music during the service was played by Mrs. Lawrence Thien. The pall bearers were C. A. Gerson C.

A. Geranon Eeby King, Louis Winters, Frank Squires and Ernest Scruby. Burial was in the Kane city cemetery. Evans Burial in Rose Lawn Gardens Following services Friday at p.m. in Smith Funeral Home, Wood River, the body of Fred Evans, 71, was taken to Rose Lawn Memory Gardens for burial.

The Rev. Everett Beal, pastor of First Baptist Church, Rosewood Heights, officiated. Pallbearers were James and Otto Yates, William and' Donald Blake, Robert Holmes, and Leonard Church. Strike Benefit Checks for all eligible machinists members of Local No. 660 employed at Olin Mathieson will be issued Saturday, January 8 and Sunday, January 9 between the hours of 10 a.m.

thru 4 p.m. each day at the Wood River Township High School. You must have your dues book and each member must sign a check receipt, Signed, Carl O'Neal Financial Secretary. Treasurer Machinist Lodge No. 660 ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES Legal bids and son the A.M., nishing Garage weeks of basic training just like any other recruit.

A number of dogs also are flown to Ft. Benning, for special Army training as scouts to accompany night patrols. The armed services have settled on the German shepherd for this duty because of its aggressiveness, size, and most of all, its intelligence. Experts say the German Shepherd has the IQ of a 7-year-old child and the ability to learn 100 commands. The animal also has a bite of 700 pounds per square inch of pressure, enough to rip off a man's arm.

Dogs acceptable for military duty must not weigh less than 60 pounds and stand at least 24 inches at the shoulder. Domestic airlines fly the dogs in special containers to the training centers and later to ports entry, where international carriers pick them up for delivery overseas. Trainers travel with the dogs that have been assigned to them. The dog is fed only by his trainer. In VietNam, officials' said, the dogs are proving to be highly effective in protecting human sentries from ambush and in flushing out the hidden enemy during patrols.

"The hundreds of sentry and scout dogs now in Southeast Asia have helped greatly to protect American lives and to prevent sabotage," one spokesman said. The Defense Department said more dogs are needed and urged the public to help by selling or giving healthy German shepherds to the services. Local Air Force recruiting offices can be contacted for more information. Cuban Exiles Now Located In 31 States By THEODORE A. EDIGER MIAMI, Fla.

(AP) The first Cubans flown here in the sive refugee airlift operation begun Dec. 1 have scattered to 141 cities in 31 states. The refugees are landing here at the rate of 800 weekly as the migration negotiated by the United States and Fidel Castro's government proceeds normally. The twice-daily 180-mile sky ferries from Varadero Beach, once a tourist spot, could continue for years. The Cuban refugee center reported that 44 per cent of the 149 exiles flown in stayed in Miami.

This city's Cuban colony is estimated at 100,000. New York City's Cuban populace increased by 613 refugees flown from here in December. Other cities drawing more than 100 were Newark, N.J., 425; Los Angeles, 200; Chicago, 142. Center officials said generally refugees going to points where they have relatives have had little trouble finding work. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that sealed will be recelved by Road Bridge Committee the MadiCounty Board of Supervisors at office of the Superintendent of Highways at the Court House in Edwardsville, Illinois until o'clock February 8, 1968 for the furof the following equipment delivered to the County Highway at Edwardsville: Item One 1966 model 2 ton Item truck, chassis and cab Item 3 with running boards; wheelbase approximate135 Inches; CA-60 Inches; engine have minimum 280 cubic Inch displacement; oll filter; oil bath alr 60 Amp.

Alternator; 12- heavy-duty clutch; transmis5-speed forward, direct In fifth, power, standard on both sides; front gauge pound 2-speed rear axle; approximate 3,500 8000 pound pound front rea: with approximate 2000 pound auxiliary springs; heavy duty vacuum power, approximately 425 square inchbraking recirculating type and defroster; 2-speed dual windshield wipers; telescop. outside rearview mirrors, LH and battery to be located under speedometer to show miles tenths; roof -mounted revolving light, Federal No. 17 Beacon or equal; lights and mud flaps conform to Illinois laws; 8.25 10-ply front and dual rear tires tubes, mud and snow on rear: wheel: cubic contractor's dump body, Galmodel 12N2, with Gallon model hoist with floor -mounted Color: Orange. Item 4 One 1966 Model ton chassis and custom cab: wheelbase approximately 127 inches; to have minimum 240 cubic displacement; oil fliter; oil air fresh cleaner: leaf-type auxiliary: springs: air type heater defroster; 2-speed dual electric windwipers; telescopic outside rearview mirrors, LH and RH; speedometer to show miles and tenths; roof revolving Amlight, Federal No. 17.

Beacon or equal; (5) 6.50x16 six-ply mud and snow on rear; direclights; 6'x8' pickup body; ColOrange. The successful bidder on Item 2 be required to accept a 1961 Dodge (D-9) 2-ton truck, chassis and cab with dump body as payment for the new equipBids must show amount to be allowed for used bidder equipment. Item 3 successful on be required to accept a truck, 1961 model Dodge (D-10) 2-ton chassis and cab with dump body as Bids must show amount payment for the new equipallowed for used equipment. Bidders are requested to give prices on both 6-cylinder and 8-cylengines which meet specifications, Bidders must bid on each of Items 1, 2 and 3. The price of the equipment and the price of the trade-in allowance must be shown separately.

Net bid prices alone will be accepted. No bid WH1 be considered for Item to the excluof Items 2 and 3. A lump sum on a combination of Items 1, 3 will be considered. Any discount shown on the bid to allowed for payment in advance the monthly meetings of the County Board will be taken Into consideration In determining the low bidder. used equipment may be Inspected at the County Yard at wardsville, Illinois, January 24, 25, 1966.

must submit complete equipment and indicate as to specifications of their livery date. QUESTIONNAIRE: A Questionnaire on a form furnished by the County and designed to aid the CounIn the proper selection of equipment offered is to be completed bidder for each Item bid, and filed with the bid. If the Questionnaire is not completed and furnished with the bid, bid will not be considered. The right Is reserved to reject any and all bids. By Order of the Road and Bridge Committee of the Madison County Board Supervisors A.

KLUGE Superintendent of Highways CARD OP THANKS 8 EUGENE C. LAWRENCE We would like to take this means thanking all our friends, relatives and neighbors who were so kind during Especially our Rev. recent William bereavement. Rice, Presbyterian Church of Roxana, Pipefitters Local 553, pallbearers, those assisted who sent in cards, and flowers, way. food or any every Wife, Son and Family, 8 PVT.

RICHARD MOODY would like to take this means thanking each and every person who were so kind and thoughtful during our recent bereavement. Mr. and Mrs, John Moody and family. 8 WE WISH TO THANK all our friends, neighbors and relatives for the flowers, food and their many tokens of love during recent bereavement. Special thanks and oui prayers go to Franklin Lodge No.

25, Reverend Privett, Morrow Quinn Mortuary, and especially the Sisters St. and Joseph's. nurses on floor east at Hospital. Albert J. Halbert Family.

IN LOVING MEMORY 8 IN LOVING MEMORY OF ERNEST BENEKE who passed away Jan. 8th, 1964: Sadly missed by family and friends. 8 IN LOVING MEMORY of Mother and Father, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Herzog.

who both passed away in January. Mother 1954 Father takes 1917. away the edge of grief But memory turns back every leaf. SADLY MISSED BY CHILDREN SOCIETIES and LODGES Special meeting Tuesday, January 11th, at 7:30 p.m. Work in EA Degree, Visiting brethren welcome.

Refreshments. JOHN E. CAMP. W. M.

10 LOST- STRAYED STOLEN 11 LOST Black Male Cat, Anto "Meecho" and whistle. D'Adrian Gardens area. 466-2606. 10 8 MALE PUPPY Found, near 9th Airline, Rosewood Heights. Red collar, mixed breed, brown face, white body, black brown marked.

259-6219 after 5 p.m. 10 MISSING 5 month old Schnauzer puppy, and gray male Siamese cat. Dorsey vicinity. 377-8574. 10 LOST 8 December 24, basset hound, Roxana area, near Old Edwardsville Road.

Answers pet. For any Information 254-1351. 10. 8 MISSING Black and tan Coon dog. 5 months old, male.

465-3653. STRAYED 10 Dec. 21st, from South Roxana, Answers small to the brown and of black cho." Anyone with Information please call 254-1910. PIASA LODGE NO. 27 AF AM- HAVEN OF REST NURSING HOME-For Aged and Convalescent.

Albambra, Ill. Good food, 24- hour nursing care. Basic, $150' per mo. Phone Alhambra 488-3565. ARE ROACHES BUGGING Pest Control 465-2068.

Economical, termite all work guaranteed. Free inspection. Want Ads "Click" ANNOUNCEMENTS NOTICES 27 19 BUCKSKIN COATS Shirts, skirts, purses, 720 gloves. E. Broadway.

Herren Taxidermy, 465-9635. NOTICE-From this day forward I no longer be responsible for mum debts contracted by this anyone than myself, Dated 6th cants, of January, 1936. Macon G. open. 3812 Oscar Alton, Ill.

8 $50 (cr your church or work with Happiness Napkins, 5 and colorful designs with wonderful sayings. Have 10 members eati. twenty 50c packages, Keep $50 grad. your treasury, send me $50. for details.

FREE Sample. ANNA WADE, Dept, 893CA1, Lynchburg, Va. 24505, roll RIDERS 8 WANTED -From Brighton to Fee Clara Barton school on Main Alton, 8 a.m, to 4:30 p.m. 372-3277 after 4:30 p.m. 10-66- WANTED -Rides between Barnes $325 Hospital area and Alton, p.m.

Call 466-1865. INCOME TAX $280 Feb. 5 Income Tax Service Federal, Missouri and farmer. Notary servThomas Crowder, 124 Bonds, mo. East Alton, next to Lewis-Clark Motel near Eastgate Shopping Center, Phone 254-9224.

April 15 INCOME TAX SERVICE Federal Missouri. S. G. Battles, 472 Prairie Bethalto. 377-6461.

111B-Feb. 5-66- INCOME TAX and bookkeeping service for Individuals or business. Milton Business Service, Marion Keyser. 462-4371 for appointment. ny.

EMPLOYMENT JOBS OF INTEREST -MALE 11. PART-TIME ROUTE COLLECTOR experlence necessary. Collect camonthly accounts. Eve- LAB nings and Saturdays. have car.

This is not selling. St. Louis, GArfield 1-4000 12 PHOTOGRAPHER Average Train $200 per Experlenced only. lower pay. Must want steady work.

Apply in person from 12-1 p.m., or write East. Broadway, Alton, Foster Studios. and fixture builders 659A and Die Makers room machinists around machinists and 2nd shift, overtime 19A PIASA TOOL DIE 19A West Broadway, Alton, Illinois TR THE 1964 CIVIL RIGHTS LAW pro- hibits, crimination because of exceptions, sex, Some with certain occupations are considered more attractive to those persons of one 88x than another. Advertisements are placed under the male or temale column tor convenience of readers. These Ustings are not considered to exclude persons of 19A either sex.

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 17A TE LOOKING FOR A BETTER 462-8062 for 24-hour recorded message which explains how Availability works for you. JOBS OF INTEREST -FEMALE 11 20 BABY SITTER wanted, Shift One worker. child, 20 stay in home. 466-0357, after 5 P.M. 11.

BABYSITTER Social Security lady preferred, In exchange for home, Help working mother, 462-8351. 10 BABYSITTER WANTED for 1 child In my home, Mother works shift 20 work. 133 Dooley Dr. 465-4330. 10 BABYSITTER WANTED Full or part-time.

465-7091. 8 child and do light housework. BABYSITTER to care for small 462-5125. 20 11. BEAUTY COUNSELOR needs two available assistants in this arca, For interview, 465-3785.

18 8 CURB GIRL WANTED Carroll's Drive-In, Godfrey. Apply in person between 5-7. 18 10 DENTAL ASSISTANT Must have Initlative, Ability to meet public, willing to learn tive detail. High school grad. State full details of qualifications in ply.

Own transportation. Write Box 1070, care Telegraph, 18 8 ELDERLY WOMAN To stay on premises, motherless home, children. 465-7995 after 6. 18 8. fer operator with following.

Paid HAIRDRESSERS WANTED Prevacations. Call 254-0275, ask for Mrs. Lamb. After 5 p.m., 466-4061. MIDDLEAGE BABYSITTER for 2 school children.

Stay in home. References required. Ph. 468-2769. 18 14 REGISTERED NURSE, Doctor's office, days per week, Box 1140 care of Telegraph.

1810 RESPONSIBLE person to care for three school age boys, while er works night shift. Call 465-1552. 18 11 SOUTH ROXANA: Light housework, own transportation, 3 children. References. 254-5615, 18 12 WANTED woman clerk.

Hours 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday thru Friday, Send complete resume to Box 1040, care Telegraph. 18 10 WANTED Housekeeper for elderly man, more tor home wages, Will pay some cash, room and board, phone after 8 P.M. or write Roy Wiles, Carlinville, Ill.

Phone 854-6728. 18-8- WANTED Babysitter in exchange for apartment. References. 462-7673. 18 10 WANTED Wool presser, will train, apply in person.

Cleaners, Monticello Plaza, Godfrey. 18 11 2 EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSERS -For appointment interview call 466-3293. 18 HEI.P Male Female 19 8 AUDITOR-Alton industry, college or experience. Salary $600 and up. Fee pald.

Janitor, Credit mgr. BEGINNERS And experienced nographers, $250 to $400 mo. Bookkeepers, teller trainee, (single), 11- brarian, receptionist, medical secretary, American Employment, 726 E. Bdwy. 19 20 CLERICAL WORK Payroll, cost records and typing.

located in Granite City, Write Box 1100, care Telegraph, giving full resume. 19 8. REGISTERED PHARMACIST Steady position, good salary, bonus and straight prescription job. Age 25 to 35 years. SMITH REXALL DRUG STORE, BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS 19 Jan, 11 WANTED Experienced bartender and part-time waitress.

References, Write Box 960 in care Telegraph. 19 8 WANTED-Manager for small resldential hotel. Living quarters furnished, plus salary. Local area. Ideal for retired couple.

For information and appointment call 254-5660. After 4, 254-0303. 19 10 WANTED Janitor and maid. Must be bondable and dependable. Night work.

Write Box 1130, cure Telegraph. 19 WOOL AND SILK FINISHER -Shirt finishers. Experienc. ed. Apply in person.

Milton Cleaners, 1120 Milton Alton. 462-9231. Read Want Ads Daily EMPLOYMENT HELP Male Female $2 10 TREE AvailABILITY Yard work PERSONNEL ASSISTANT and Mini2 years college, typing develop Into Interview of salary testing etc. Age open, 33 Excellent local firm. good roots tile, SENIOR STENO-Must have experience, plus good typing start.

33 shorthand skills. BEGINNER STENO-Recent H.S. Good typing and shorthand and start. 33 BOOKKEEPER--Double entry, payand Free SECRETARY-50 for 2 men. 80, dic- 33 taphone, work a.

pald, FIGURE CLERK- 30 entire Ac-6 33 counting dept. Will and teach eration, use add. comptometer. up start. CLERK TYPIST Type 35 33 Credit dept.

Mostly form typing. mo. start, Mac BEGINNER TRAINEE No typing required. Mentally alert. Start $250 34 34 AvailABILITY 34 SALES TRAINEE--Young man with military experience behind Excellent him to train as salesman.

opportunity. RETAIL TRAINEE -Start $500. gree possibility with a national 36 required. Definite management 35 SALES TRAINEE Some college preferred with some sales experience. Start $500.

38 PRODUCTION Should Start $500 with large company. have production experience. minimum back- with good aptitude and good work ground. Start $400. 39 wk.

for beginner, 39 RETAIL-Start $80 with management possibilities. We have many other openings. NOW OPEN UNTIL 8 P.M. THURSDAY AvailABILITY E. Broadway 462-8831 41 ing SALESLADIES 11 LADY FOR TELEPHONE SURVEY WORK proof passer.

Also colorist, Experienced only. 41 retoucher Apply 10:00 1:00 p.m, only. Foster Studio, E. Broadway. -10- LOCAL NEIGHBORHOOD AREA 41 OPEN-Part or full time.

Over Over 300 per hour clear money, Items. Nationally known concern. Mrs. Ritchey. 259-1672, 11 TELEPHONE WORKERS 45 We have openings for two ladles, to work on Telephone, to 6 hours per day, from our office.

$1.25 per hour, Raises according to to work, Must For Interview write Box ability. be rellable and willing 1120 care of Telegraph, 45 SALESMEN 11 DUE TO EXPANSION, we will hire two men for the Alton area. Quall- 45 fled, leads plus hospitalization and 3 life insurance furnished by the comCommission in excess of $150 pany. week. Excellent opportunity 45 for advancement for the right man.

3 For personal Interview, write Box 1110 care of Telegraph, 19 45 FULL OR PART- TIME Men or women, any age, earn extra Income to pay for your holiday expenses. Save for summer Va- 45 cation. Phone between 1 and 9 3 p.m. 254-0183 or 259-1671. 7 8 10 LOOKING FOR A -Keep 45 your present job while you start part-time.

Should earn at least $50 per week. Phone 465-4131. 20 8 45 REAL ESTATE SALES A Offer excellent Box opportunity care for man or lady. Write 1030, egraph. 20 10 ROUTE MEN Are you earning in excess of $130 per week? Our men average over $150 after 6 weeks, Daytime job with no travel or investment, Will train for route supervisor.

For interview Ext. 3, 259-1672. 20 8 YOUNG MEN WANTED to train in promotional advertising ment. Branch office opening in Alton. Salary discussed personally.

Part time or full time. Call 8 a.m, to 10 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. for appointment.

Phone 259-2706. 20 WANTED IMMEDIATELY Salesmen with experience or people with ability to learn to sell automoblles, Will pay top commissions, contact MR. RUDD, WALZ OLDS. MOBILE, 1000 E. BROAD.

WAY, ALTON 21 SITUATIONS WTD. MALE 21 RETIRED REFINERY WORKER58 years of age, wishes day work, full or part time. Handy with tools and knowledge of maintenance. Have car and a good driving refer- record. Can give good business ences Write Box 1090, care Telegraph, 8 and high school subject content.

TUTORING-WHI teach elementary Will assist in study habits, new math and reading for understanding. Any typing desired? 462-3792. SITUATIONS -FEMALE 22 8 day or week. 462-9651. BABYSITTING WANTED.

Hour, 22 10 WANTED Ironings and baby sitting. 259-1103, FINANCIAL 28 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 23 12 NEW LUXURY DUPLEXES IN COLLINSVILLE Excellent return OD investment. Financing available, Call St, Louis JA 1-4851. 23 NOW NORTH AMERICAN OFFERS BIG EARNINGS No Experience Necessary, North American offers a hauling program designed to provide you with big earnings, that in only possible by being in business for yourself with one of the world's fastest-growing moving van compaples. You will pull 8 North American trailer with your tractor.

We will assist In financing NO DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED. Your benefits include: 1. Payment four times 8 month. 2. and hospital Insurance at a group rate.

3. Extra compensation for shipments moving less than 1000 miles. Bonus awards and merchandise for quality performance. Write North American Van Lines. Department 110.

Fort Wayne. Indiana for application and further details. PERSONAL SERVICE 30 DRESSMAKING -TAILORING 30 11 INVISIBLE WEAVING Burns, teurs and moth holes. 412 Ridge St. 465-7607.

BUSINESS SERVICE 32 BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 32 14 MODERN HOUSE- WIRING -Extra circuits, outlets, wiring for clothes dryers and ranges. Berry Electric, 377-8864. 32 TF Tues. Tours.

Sat. Parts Service Washing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners MIDDLECOFF'S 828 E. 7th-462-4423 FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVER CLEANER SERVICE PERSONAL SERVICE BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS TRIMMING REMOVAL grading, driveways, tractor kinds, carpenter, footing; repairs. 482-8165.

BUILDING CONTRACTING 19 CARPENTER WORK Ceiling floor tile, paneling, siding: and roof repair. CARPENTER WORK Patch plastering. root repair, plumbing, blocks laid, work, Interior exterior painting. Charles Stormer, 486-1437. CEMENT' WORK OF ALL KINDS Water proofing of basements.

estimates, 462-2063. TF Wed 2201 Main 465-7112 T. CONSTRUCTION CO. Aluminum Storm Doors KITCHEN CABINETS Custom built. Free, estimates, BOB'S HOME IMPROVEMENT ROXANA, 254-2303.

8 SIDING REMODELING Phone O'Neal. 259-6588. DECORATING 8 PAINTING OF ALL KINDS- terior and Interior, Free estimate. Dave McGarvey. TP PAINTING Plastering, removing wallpaper.

carpenter work. roof pair. No Job too small Charles Baseden, 462-3348. FURNITURE WORK FURNITURE REPAIRED holstering, caning. Call 485-8839 free estimate.

No. 5 Rosa Godfrey. HOME BUILDING SERVICE 8 FAMILY MAN needs plumbing, workenced carpenter, electrical, tile, block laying. WIll com tract, Phone 259-8210. REPAIRING ROOFING GUTTERING Roofing, painting chimneys (caps), TV antenna, odd Jobs.

Prompt service. Reasonable. 254-3649. RENTALS SLEEPING ROOMS Jan. 12 rooms, HOTEL low weekly Modern rate, East Alton.

10 SLEEPING ROOM for rent, 401 Alby, 462-6507, 11 SLEEPING ROOM FOR RENT Middleaged working lady. Refer. ences. Call 462-7137. 13 SLEEPING ROOM Across from glass works.

Refrigerator In ball. 1518 E. 4th. 462-5924. 2508-2510 TIBBETT 3 rooms and bath, 1st and 2nd floor, private entrances, one block from North Alton Tri-City, just remodeled and real nice.

You pay your own utili. ties, no children between 2-12, bargain for right party. 462-6707 evenings. KINGSTON ESTATES APARTMENTS 2 AND 3 BEDROOMS AVAILABLE Starting at $85.00. Refrigerator Stove Wall to Wall Carpeting Bath and a Half Lined Draperies Front Back Veranda Garbage Disposal Air-Conditioning Unit Heat Water Furnished Shown by Appontment.

Contact: MRS. FAVRE, 377-9837 45 '68 TOWN AND COUNTRY AREA'S MOST MODERN URIOUS 2-bedroom apartment: air-conditioned. storm windows and screens. Insulated, built-in birch cabinets and range, refrigerator, drapes, TV antennna, large closets, patio, barbecue pit, free lawn care. 259-6570 or 259-6956.

FURNISHED APARTMENTS 46 15 ROOM furnished apt. for one. 465-9044. 46 14 2-RM. FURNISHED utilities, no pets, close in.

4. room unfurnished. or small children welcome. Utilities. 462 5264 or 465-9592.

46 TE 200 LANGDON: Modern 2-room fur. ushed apartment, newly decorated. Heat. water and gas furnished. 540 per month.

372-8226 or 456-3237. 46 15 2-ROOM. Private entrance, firat floor, adults. Apply 603 Alby, 46 15 nished efficiency apartment. Heat DOWNTOWN OWN ALTON-2-100m fur and water furalsbed.

$60. Loyco Wooff Agencies. 482-9797. 46 8 for 3-ROOM Phone FURNISHED APTS. rent APARIMENTS PI.ATS 19 CARROLL-WOOD APTS BED.

ROOM. ROUTE 143, WOOD RIV. ER. 254-4269 OR 254-6780. BETHALTO -Modern apartment.

bedrooms, baths. Garage. Air conditioned. 'Call 377-8035, 377-6794. 15 3-ROOM, Unfurnished, first floor.

duplex Basement. Gas furnace. garage: Upper Alton, $55. Loyce Woolf Agencies. 462-9797.

8 ROOM MODERN- Gas heat. Private entrance. Water furnished. Adults. 254-9710.

10 ROOMS BATH floor, Stove and refrigerator furnished. Clean. 254-9549 after 5 p.m. 15 3-ROOM, extra sharp, private bath and entrance, $65. No.

2 $22.50 weekly, utilities paid, Middletown. 465-1995. 10 ROOMS AND BATH Unfurnished duplex: basement and garage, gas heat. Call 254-6291, 254-6271. 10 GODFREY-4 rom apartment in two family home, Garage available.

Call 466-0259. 10 COMFORTABLE, warm 4-100m at only $55. Conveniently 1o- cated in East Alton. Close to Shopand schools. Phone 259-8635.

aping 8 UNFURNISHED floor. Garage, heat furnished. On bus line. 482-3438 or 462-2909. 45 11 DUPLEX rooms and bath.

Wood River East Alton, mo. 254-3578. 45 Feb. CARROLL WOOD Godfrey. fmmediate occupancy, 2 bedroom, carpeting, 'central range, refrigerator, dis posal, air-conditioning.

254-6182 465-1986. EAST ALTON 601 North Drive: 4-room apartment: gas heat, adults. 555, After 6: 254-4493. 45 KINGSTON EAST. Wood River 1.

2 and 3-bedroom units: ranger. refrigerators, disposal, alr-condi. private patio, carpeting, drayes, heat and water also Included in rent, $90 to $135. 254-6182, 465-1986. 42 10 ROOM AND BOARD for old pensioner.

Private room, Call 465-4056. 45 8 $45 AND $55 MO, 11.

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