Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 19, 1954 · Page 19
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Alton, Illinois
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MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1954 ^^^^^^••M^^mM Obituary Mrs, F. Baker ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Ei>\VARDSVILLE- Mrs. Fran- rps E. Baker. 73. formerly o Edwardsville, died Saturday a St. James Hospital, Pontiar, aft er a four-month illness. Mrs. Baker had resided here for 60 years until making he home with a son-in-law am daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred L Martin at Pontiac a year and half ago. She was bom Feb. 5. 1881, a Butler, m., a daughter of the late Ambrose and Jenny Thall Brown, and was married here Oct. 10, 1904, to Ulysses B. Bak er, who died in July, 1944. Surviving are her daughter Mrs. Fred L. (Margaret) Mart in. of Pontiac; two step-daughters, Mrs. Harold (Vanita) Pet prs of Edwardsville and Mrs. M C. (Delia) Byrne, St. Louis; brother, J. Albert Brown, St Louis, and a sister, Mrs. C. K Clark, Ozark Beach, Mo.; five grandchildren and four great, grandchildren. Mrs. Baker was a member o St. John's Methodist Church here and the auxiliary of United Span ish War Veterans. The body is at Ilie Lesley Marks Funeral Home where funeral services are to he con ducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Clyde Funkhouser, pastor of St. John's Methodist Church with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery. Andrew Emerick Andrew Emerick, 83, of Hardin died at 5 p. m. Sunday in Alton Memorial Hospital. The body is at Staten Funera Home pending funeral arrange ments. Stanley Lambert Stanley Ray Lambert, five- weeks-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ray Lambert of Shipman. dine Saturday at 2:30 p. m. in St Joseph's Hospital where he liar been brought Saturday morning. The baby was born March 9, 1954, at St. Joseph's Hospital, and had apparently been in norma health until he suffered the fatal illness. Surviving in addition to his parents are his maternal grandmother. Mrs. Ruth Baremore of Essex, Mo., and the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Lambert of Saxon, Mo. The body was moved Sunday from Staten Funeral Home to Al britton Funeral Home at Saxon, Mo., where rites were conducted today, David Northcutt David Edward Northcutt, 35, of 677 Fifth St.'. East Alton, an employe of Alton Box Board Co., and a veteran of World War II, died at 2 a.m. today in Wood River Township Hospital following an illness of several months. Northcutt had been hospitalized for about three months, a short time at Veterans Hospital, Jefferson Barracks, and at Wood River Township Hospital. He had last entered the Wood River Hospital two weeks ago. Northcutt had been wounded while in service and was awarded the Purple Heart. He was inducted into the service in October of 1944, and after receiving his basic training at Camp Robinson, had served in the South Pacific. A son of Mr. and Mrs. James Northcutt Jr., of Alsey, he was born March 23, 1919, at Winchester. He had resided at Alsey until moving to Madison County and Ibe Alton area. He had been employed at Western Cartridge Co., before entering the service and after his return had worked at Alton Box Board. Surviving in addition to his parents are his widow, Mrs. Maxine Northcutt; two daughters, Patricia' Sue and Donna Jean; two brothers, Arthur, Alton, and Guy, Brighton, and two sisters, Mrs. Nina Clanton j of Winchester and Mrs. Norma Jean CumminRs. White Hall The Rev. William F. Bohn will officiate at funeral rites Wednesday at 1 p.m. in First Baptist Churrh. East Alton, after which the body will be taken to Roodhouse for interment in Fernwood Cemetery. The body is at Marks Mortuary. Wood River, where friends may call after 7 p.m. today and until 11 a.m. Wednesday when it will be taken to the church. Veterans of Foreign Wars will conduct military rites at the grave. MissM. Stephens Funeral rites were held today at Corning. Ark., for Miss Mabel Blanche Stephens, 72, who died Friday in Atton Memorial Hospital. Miss Stephens, who came to Alton last Christmas to visit a niece, Mrs. Leo Wools. 315 McGinnis St., became ill shortly after her arrival here and remained in Alton at the home of her niece until eight days ago when she was moved to the hospital. She was born Dec. 23, 1881, at Corning, Ark., and had resided there all of her life. Her only survivors in addition to her niecp, Mrs. Wools, arc two brothers, Edgar Stephens, Tucson, Ariz., and Robert of Kokomo, Ind. Ira 0. West EDWARDSVILLE-Ira Onillc West died at 5:10 a.m. Sunday at his home, 134 N. Fillmore St., following a heart attack. A resident of Edwardsville the past 40 years, he was engaged /or many years in the general contracting business here. Known as "Pop" to many of his younger patrons, he had operated a popcorn wagon on St. Louis St. the past few summers and had been on duty there Saturday nighl. He was born Sept. 23, 1883, at Finey, Mo., a son of the late E. F. and Sarah Karr West of Warsaw, Mo., and was married here Sept. 16, 1915, to Miss Bess McCune, who survives. Also surviving are a son, Orville C. West, Edwardsville; a daughter, Mrs. Fred (Evelyn) Mtasholt, Cottage Hills; three brothers, a sister and seven grandchildren. The surviving brothers and sisters are Preston West, Springfield, Mo.; Arthur West, Warsaw. Mo.; Charles West, Flemington, Mo., and Mrs. Alice Kitchen, Hitch- it a. Okla. He was member of St. John's Methodist Church. Friends may call at Lesley Marks Funeral Home until 11 a. m. Wednesday, when the body is to be taken to St. John's Methodist Church for funeral services at 2. p.m. in charge of the Rev. Clyde Funkhouser, pastor of St. John's Methodist Church. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Bertha Codar JERSEYVILLE. — Mrs. Berha C. Godar, 56, wife of E. K. 3odar of 3304 Carson Rd., St. ^ouis, Mo., a former resident of Terseyville, died at 2:25 a.m. today in Missouri Baptist Hospital, ~t. Louis, Mo. She was bom Aug. 26, 1897, at. Altonburg, Mo., a daughter of he late Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Bodenschatz. Surviving, in addition to her husband, are a daughter, Mrs. "iayton Cole of Belleville, and a ;randson. Funeral rites will be conduct- 'd Wednesday at 1 p.m. in Unity .uthernn Church, 8454 Glen Echo, St. Louis, Mo., after which he body will be brought to Jer- eyville for burial in Oak Grove Cemetery. The body is at the ilbert H, Hoppe Funeral Home, st. Louis, where friends may call fter 7 p.m. today. DICKENSON GOES ON TRIAL —Cpl. Edward Dickonson poses in the witness chair with military policemen behind him today just before the start of his trial before an army court martial.—AP Wirepholo. ft'eics of Grains Soybeans Soar 10 Cents Higher «> tVIl.I.IAM FF.Rfm PAGE NINETEEN CHICAGO rt> - Soybeans wwml min 3<V301 '- » lh min as much as 10 cents, the limit per- S™* 1 ™ ' x -'^'- consumrr mitted in , single session, as Prodnee Prices At ?t. T.OTIIS ST. I .Of IS .?»— Produce and livp! poultry: j KKRS. \vholpsalp gmdrs. larRp ] {•vtrns 36-37. medium extras ,TT>. I standards 32-33. unclassified. 36 lh yi*i. no, Erados. i n»,r.. A ANNOUNCEMENTS EMPLOYMENT RENTALS «"™*J MAJOR DISTRIBUTORSHIP J. Riv WfLtr m oft who :(«"». Will np- polnt exclusive distributor in this are*. Every home a prnspert with financing making It e««y in AA lm 'C r 3B-3S. A Inrgc , grains exprrtoncrd a mild rase of mprt '»™ 31-32. B lanrp 31 -X' war jitters on the Board of Trade today. ; score 92 rm-P SP.. . 57',.. ..V,. SJI WW o 5.1V54. This \vas thr first trading SPS- ; _B«tterfat. Miswuri points. No 1 ; sion followiiiR Vice President Nix-' '!i'' . No 2 **• Ilunois points, No 1 on's comments on the possihility of using U. S. troops in the Indochina war. There were these developments in the market: All soybean futures made new seasonal highs and the May con-' No 2 10. Cherse (Wisconsin!: Cheddars 38V33. lonRhorns twins 3SU-3S"*, Hats rial- sies 38U-38"-*. rindlrss prints, current 42<i-12» 4 , 60-day 4Si 4 -.|n'i tract sold nt $3.97»i, peak price ; P«*TS.I 37-38. brick 36'i - 37'i, for any soybean future since 1948. i s " iss 1<7 ' 4S ' nwb.v rhrcw I cent It was as low as $2.30 l a last Au-i lpss 8" st - j Fowl, hrnvy hrrpils m-'JO. barr- Sevrral lard futures made npwi bai ' ks K+-W, leghorns-hybrid*; 15, seasonal highs in a very sharp «d-| No • !s S: fryers. a'j-S'a. lb, cum- vauce. Loose lard was bit! At $20.00 i fWCMl crosses, barrrrl rocks, 23. leRliorns 20. HOLLYDAY TESTIFIES IN FHA PROBE—Guy T. O. Hollyday, ousted commissioner of the Federal Housing Administration, testifies today before the Senate Banking committee as.investigation began of reported swindles in the government's housing, program—AP Wirephoto. Ice a thousand feet thick cov- red New England in the ice age. Bunker HillPTA Officers Named Levida Allen Will Head Group Next Year BUNKER HILL. - F u I u.r e Homemakers of America officers for 1954-55 were elected al Ihe regular meeting Thursday afternoon at the school. They are: President, Levida AUen; vice president, Carol Fensterman; secretary, Beverly Bort; treasurer, Sandra Hackney; parliamentarian, Doris Jean Schreier; hlslorian, Margaret Goebel; public relations, Eileen Marth; Projects chairman, Joyce Pennington; recreation, Mary Ann Welch; song leaders, Carolyn Stone and Marilyn Rensing; pianist, Mary Ann Howard; club mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Bort, and club sponsor, Mrs. Lola Lavis. Ea«t«r Sunrise Service* BUNKER HILL. — The Rev. Orville FJoden, Baptist missionary to South America, was guest speaker at the Easter sunrise service presented by the Congregational Pilgrim Fellowship and the Methodist Youth Fellowship at the reservoir. The prayer was given by Robert Bort, the call to worship by Peggy Shehorn and the invocation by Sandra Teakert. The Scripture was read by John Whiteside and Marilyn Repsing and Sandra Teakert sang two numbei-s. Robert Bort played the prelude. The Rev. Rjchar Sova and the Rev. Paul Vise also took part in the services. After the services the Congregational youths entertained the Methodist youths at a breakfast at the Congregational Church. Bunker HiJl JVoi«a BUNKER HILL. - Beth Ellen Sova, infant daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Richard Sova, and Charles Marion Krueger, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krueger, were christened during morning worship services at the Congregational Church Sunday 1 Governments Employ 346,770 In Slate in 1953 of WASHINGTON ff -The Bureau >f Uie Census reported Sunday that 346,770 persons were employed in Illinois during October 1953 by federal, state and local a hundred pounds, a since Sopt. 1.1, tft.v?. Wheat was strong, Raining as much as 4 cents at one time. Corn, oats and rye firmed but their advances were not unusually large. In the cnsh market soybean meal spurted $3.00 • ton, selling at n new 1954 high of $96.00 to $97.00 a ton. Soybean oil also was at a new 1954 high of 14?i to 14«i cents a pound. Kstimated carlo! grain receipts at Chicago: wheat 150. corn -171 oats 18, barley 67. soybeans 15. CHICAGO F— Cash wheat: none Corn: No 1 yellow 1.60; No 2 1.60- 60U; No 3 1.57'i-M. Oats: No extra heavy white 83',i; Nol heav;, white 83-83',i; No t while 79',4-81»i Soybeans — none. Barley nominal: malting 1.20-62 feed 92-1.14. HlRh Low Clone Prev.close Wheat May 2.15U 2.12',a 2.15 2.12^-12 Jly 2.13»i 2.11 2,12»i Sep 2.16% 2.13',s 2.16V* 2.13.12% Dec 2.21U 2.19'i 2.20«i Corn May 1.5414 1.52!i 1.53'* Jly 3.55 1.531k 1.54U 1.52'i-Ti, Sen- ' 1.53>i 1.50U 1.52U . new high j whilrs -*-'&• [No 2 springs wortifn who *n\v thf* ftrrtftcnt Bonrt« el»v«tnr Ffh. n p1eam> <•«'!! I **"• Attrartlve'dlnrminta' enahlV rti« 1 *•""" trlhiitnr to profitably sell and oprr- nif in all merchandising channels with rnntr«r»or». wholesaler*, retnll- rr« nnd direct «etlmt organisations Excellent Integrated program of nn- tlonal advertising, direct mall and prnmntionnl material provided. Siic- renful operation will net middle flvr figure Income Applicant murt hflvc qualified himlnera hackffrmind and sound finnncial rating. Required investment for inventory «tmroxl- mnlely JS.OOO. For early appointment write tloxjiaO, c»re_Teleirraph. ICF. cKKAM— ConTectlonerynind Tarid" wlch shop, downtown Wood River location. Old established business. Stock, fixtures and business for $2300 'OANI7.Afi6Ns"'cTRNlVAL J »''McI S^.£ 1 T PL " ;S NOVELTIES. COMIC HATS, BALLOONS CANFS WHlf"? BANNERS PRKMU'M c- - - ' TO VS. J *H DISTRIBUTING M< T. Brnsrhvuv CO Shampoo. Set and Trim »| on ^Tc^WoodRlve,* 3 - 50 ';,^ WANT AD iNTORMAflON 1» Words—1 time . . Word»-a limn ...'...'.'.'.'.'.'." j'SJ II Word«-T times 12; roosters, old .73 .72% .74*i .76 .71% .73 7 /g .76"i .72% .7214 .741* .76'i .72«,i- .72 .73% 1.05'i-s; I.IOS',4 1.13U 1.1114 3.17 3.1514 Oats May Jly Sep Dec Rye May l.OSVa 1.06 1.07 r 1.11 1.09 Sep 1.14 1,12 Dec 3.18 1.16 Soybeans May -5.97 : )i 3.00 3.97-?i 3.871i-88 Jly 3.94% 3.88 3.94'i 3.84-84'/ a Sep 2.99 2.91»4 2.99 2.89VM/ a Nov 2.74 2.66?i 2.73»4 2.65-651i Jan . 2.77«i 2.70V* 2.771i 2.69 St. Louis Hay Prices ST. LOUIS ff-Hay (per tonl Timothy or clover mixed 32.00 33.00; alfalfa, 2nd-3rd cutting 35.00 38.00, 4th cutting 38.00-40.00; mill ing grades 25.00-30.00; clover 32.00-33.00; prairie 30.00-3100 straw 12.00-14.00. governments. Illinois was one of the nation's six most populous states to employ more than 300,000 government workers. New York led the list with 649,838 employes. Federal employes in Illinois numbered 105,567, local government 198,221, and state 42,982. A breakdown of employment figures for state and local gov- ornments showed (slate first, local second): Education 10.4G4 and 81,744; highways 6,018 and 10,897; health and hospitals 11,062 and 12,124; police 928 and 14,704; public welfare 2,637 and 2,052; natural resources 1,476 and 1,492; and local only: fire 9,735; sanitation 6,750; utilities and state liquor stores 24,085; all others 10,397 and 34,638. '• Air Reserves to Hear Jet Propulsion Engineec Art Mathews, project engineer at McDonnell Aircraft Corp., is slated o address members of the 9699th Volunteer Air Reserves Training Squadron on the subject of jet impulsion, at 7:30 tonight at Civic Memorial Airport. News of Stocks There are orchids In all the major areas of the earth except the Arctic and Antarctic circles and the great deserts. by the Rev. Sova. Janis Wheeler, Barbara Scheldt, Mrs. Mary Downs, and Charles Herndon were received as members Into the .Methodist Church during the morning worship services by the Rev, Paul Vise. Orman Gudhaus and Mrs. lladys Crosby, Pana, spent the weekend with Mr, and Mrs. W. G. Gudhaus. youi Whether in the wee hours of the night—or at the stroke of high noon* Superior Ambulonc* Strvict Highwoy or INVESTMENT THOUGHT OF TNE WEEK SELECT COMPANIES THAT HAVE SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT RECORDS Market Pursues Irregular Course NEW YORK #-The stock market pursued an irregular course today with prices slightly higher on balance. Changes went to between one and two points either way. Trading came to an estimated 2,100.000 shares /or the day, compared with 2,200,000 shares traded Thursday. Nasser Again Boss of Egypt As Premier By ROBERT IfEWETT CAIRO. Egypt ff — U Col. Carnal Abdel Nasser once more was Egypt's boss today, in title as well as in fact, and Maj. Gen. Mohamed Naguib was relegated to a figurehead presidency. In the latest lightning shift In the turbulent Egyptian political picture, the young army officers of the ruling revolutionary council early Sunday switched the premiership and military governorship from Naguib to Nasser. The 53-year-old Naguib, who recently lost out in his fight to reestablish parliamentary rule m Egypt, swore in a new Cabinet. The first formal session, lasting less than an hour, was held Sunday night under Nasser. He reportedly outlined generally policy. Naguib did not attend. A decree by Naguib also relinquished to Nasser the military governorship set up by the martial law clamped on Egypt after the 1952 Cairo fire rtots. The 35-year-old lieutenant colonel I first took over as government chief seven weeks ago when the revolutionary council deposed Naguib, charging him with dictatorial designs. That time segments of the army threatened revolt, and Na- NlVHARD, COOH rocks 14; ducks, young whiles lb up r.\ sniflll, dark 16, muscovy 16, old white 20; geese 15; turkeys, toms 23, hens 30-31. belts- ville 30-31, No 2s 15-18; gulnens IS. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, III. 'P— (USDA) — Hogs 8,0(10; hulk 180-2.10 lb one price 2S.50; scattering 28.60; practical top 28.6f>, with lights. .170 lb to 2S.75 in extremes several loads and lots 240-250 1 28.25-50; bulk 230-270 lb 27.50-28.25 140-160 lb 28.00-50; good enrl clearance; BOWS 400 lb down 23.50 26.00; heavier sows 24.50-25.25 boars 18.00-21.50 according t weights. Cattle 6,500, calves 1,000; mostl. good and choice steers and heifer 20.50-23.75; utility and commercln cows mostly 12,00-14.00; canner nnd cutters .9.50-12.00; utility nn commercial bulls 13.00-14.50; cut ter bulls 11.00-12.50; good ntv choice vealers 20.00-24.00; fo\ prime reaching 26.00; conimorela and low good vealers 14.00-19.00. Sheep 800; scattered sales choic and choice to prime wooled lamb 25.00-50; most Inmbs still unsold deck high yielding mostly prim No 1 sldns 24.00; few good am choice spring lambs upward t 25.00; wooled daughter ewes earl. 5.00-8.00; sprinkling shore ewe 4.00-7.00; bulk still unsold. 11 Wordi—an tlmen ' ' e'u ADJUSTMENTS not the fault ot the advertiser which clearly Irssrn the value of Ihe advertisement should be corrected the ftrat day when one extra corrected 'n"«rtjon will be made without charge The Telegraph mwumei no re»pon«lblL Want art* art acBepted r "unt 1 |1' r !i'?nfi AM. for publication »ame dav All rojy tublect to editing or re. ALTON TELEGRAPH, III E BDWY PHONE 3-6641 Phone STATE LlCfNSE AND NOTARY SERVICE CNARtlC CLARK. 60S E Bro.dw.v - ««mp!e«. Bland Art Shop, .1025 Cole«e, flr»t hoii«« e*»t of Shurtleff tennU court. 3-371.V Rend Telegraph Wnnt Ads Dailv ANNOUNCEMENTS * COHJVOr 1 TbUjtKB ~ expren our tincere thanks and 'an preclallon to all Alton frlendu nru nelghbon for their klndnem and ivm pathy tihown during our recent be reavemeiil. We enpeclully wlnh I thank Ru»i>ir« Funeral Home, Rev Webiler. pallbearer*, tho«* who Men card«, floweri, and all who aiilitei in any way. Mm. Olivia Wright, h-Sgl, Walter C. Wrlgh and Fmnlly. IN ftfKMOKlAM IN LOVING MEMORY of Mrs Margaret Unvemigl who passer away 2 yearn ago, April in. 111.12 lip above churches tallest spires Beyond to heavenly angels choirs Crlesllal windows above the cloud Far from the view of Enrlhly crowds There In the glory of Ihe heavenly blcsl I know you've found God and eternal rest; And though I ml»s you more tavh day 1 couldn't «»k you to cnme »way I Just want lo lell you I love you so Just come to the window wave hello And same day I'm praying as always before I'll whisper. It's me, mom, and you'll open Ihe door. Sadly missed by THE CHILDREN and IN LOVING MBMORV^orfnFfa'ther James E. Anderson, who passed away » years ago. April 10, 1045: Today I opened the treasure chest It has a secret key; U consists of thoughts of yesterday H is a chest of memories. I take each treasure one by one. And hold them In my heart, They are so precious and so dear. With them I'll never part. And when this day Is over, And the world has gone to rest. I'll lock again your memories, Dad. Within my treasure chest. Some day soon In heiiven When all shall be made new. I won't need these memories For I'll be re-united with you. Sadly missed by Daughter. Marie Brannam MONUMENT* — OKI*." M>Ti 610 Acton, Wood Blver Monumenta It Marker* on Dlaplay Open evenlnga & Bundaya Phone <-88M ALCOHOLICS ANWyM&W —"Dial 2-IJ417 or 2-7229 or write P. O, Box LANDERS Confidential Investigations. All types anywhere. Licensed & bonded Call day or night. Granite City, in. mi- nois 8118. BUCItJTIEt ~ I.OPUKI WOOD RIVER LODGE No. 1082. Special meeting Tuesday, April 20, 7 o'clock. F.C, degree. Visiting Brethren welcome. MAURICE S LEGATE, WM. FRANKLIN LODGE—No. 28, Stilted meeting Tuesday. April 20th, 7:30 p.m. Visiting brethren welcome. A. J. Halbert. W. M. 60? FIRST .\4TJO.N,U flA\K BWJG. -. 8-68S6 was hastily reinstated, first as president and a week later as premier mid chairman o| the revolutionary counciJ ajfo. ' Nasser now appears firmly entrenched, lie has held behind-the- scenes power In Egypt ever since he ejigmeeraj the 1952 army rebellion against e*JOng Farouk, The latest changeover, with Nasser and Naguib (a>nlerring, laughing and joking, was carried off smoothly and without any disturb- aijce. __J»T_— STg» TBD —• STOI4JM MUSING—Male bea'rla hound, brown" W«* and white, 14" high. Name "Midnight." Reward. Adolpb Uaar Bethalto, 111. Phone 7321. LOST—North~^7ton~p»rakeiBt~iT8t« gray L band around le«. Phone 2-<iOS3 «0 COCKER SPANTELTWle. Wearing red leather collar. Answers to "Sandy." Phone 2-1911, crofter 6 p. m. Brighton 156|, collect. fS$8f=3towntown Alion."'$Tixr"iH Traveler) Check*. John B Haiberi Valdtt. Ala»lu.. FlZir 8-9872 * '' jrcr" er bicycla from old depot Thursday. No *ik»d bropch, vicinity of St 1 « °* pM ^ ot B«Wlw«> »• Alby. Finder plew» return to 10 Broadwgy. Be ward. MOTH 106 n, -.— U*u 4»y lotwut i will no longer be retpontlbl* for any lubti contracted by anyone other thta my»elf, April je'jSSJ.Tea M wtt Rro *' i*""* 1 * M - AH00 ^ ftTfJERS— To sit. tani* fr"o"m~Wo6d Rlvrr or llortford, B to !t 4.R7R4 WoUuj LikS f 6 ExciiA to mid from Clayton. Mo. Ph ftfu¥"WANTiSD-.f 0 ShrH7'Houf« In 4:30, Mondty thrmiRh FrltU> 2-24H7. Dfl I VINO ~T6~t' AOFORNi A~-bri~o •bnul April Min. Take one pusucn •er, ihare pxpeniesi. Woman. 20 to :IO yr«r« old preferred. Write Box »40, care Telegraph. R. H. HESSENFLOW, REALTOR ft Wood Hlver Ave. WANf¥fi TO Ilkr- to borrow 92300 for one j-far Will pny hack In largf monthly 'pay. mrnl« Willing to pay *', Interest In advanre. tlox MO^cnrc Telegraph — TAILORING ORACt NOWLIN l«12 Main SI. Phone ftrnperles expert l.v made. Free entimalea and tamolea 4-A14! 11 iT moT}WffS~W ATFFfcTSP ffrsr'ho experienced. Phone n-SHIW WA'SfiTHtTKTR6N1 rTg^lKlmT KomV 3-RSafl. 18-M. Start high aa »3l« month Qualify NOW! 83.000 )ob» open. Ex perience often tinneceinary, O e FREE 36-pRKe book allowing jobs aalarlei, teata. requirement!. WBJTB Box 710, care Telegrapty i« . A t i!C6Hlit6M-And guitar Instruction Initrumenli rented. Royal School oi Muglc. 3-.1343. WANO « By Lawrence Roy. Popular mu»lo and lmprovl»«r. :i-S343. EMPLOYMHW^ T „, , ,. —.-•••« ......t Construction Work. If intermted In foreign pro- JcctB with high pay, write Foreign Service llurrmi, Box JOS, Metuchan, New Jemey. KffiN WAITED NOW — "In sm America, Alnnkn, Africa. Europe Auntrnlln. $400 to »1200 monthly. Trnvel pnld. Send name and addremi 7irj *' Kenl " lh tjompnny. Dept, Wo( 1 d~P«lTe7irMa7e71iairpVr'"imii-r _Ahinrlrnn t-mplWinent. 2-B734. 8AftN~'lb" $lS«S iiionrhlyTTiiousamiii Jobs open In S. Amcrlcn, Afrli-n, Europe, U. 8., etc. All typet luDor Jrndci drlvrrn, office worker.. Women nl«o neoderl. Employers pay fnre If hired: mnny benefit*. Write nt onrp for free In format Ion. Depl 11M, National Employment Inform, _^ervlce,_loan Broad. Newark. N J ACffliAL J'6Ssrm»KrI—jin~ti "s—So" Am., Europe. To $l«.t)00. Travel"pnlii Wrlle Binploymetit Information Cen- J<;£._Hoom_n, nin Stimrl SI., Boat on CAN Vo'U tfSE~6ood"payhijn'ob""ui Liinncln, AluiikH, Anilralla, A film Spain and other forclRn arean? $400. »2200 month. No obligation. Write tor fnctt to Burenii of Foreign 8erv Icrs, 140 Broadwny, New York 8 Ni'w_Yprk. Supt. of Puhllc Workii coniiliiling o water, newer, gui and ulrriit »yiiein« Experienced gun man dentrod. Siilnr.v open. Addremi Mnyor nnd Councl giving full quallflcntlonii and expnr- lencc with reference). CITY OF _PITTSKIELp, iy,. MEN—If yoii "anjoy~nii!etTnii~l)eiiine" you may qualify an a puhllc relBlloni man In Ihe Alton area with an ritiih- lUhod concern. Integrity and mnnl lion more Important tlum cxper IOIICB. Upper Income bracket, opportunity for advancement and »crur- Ity. No traveling. Apply In peraon. Stratford Hotel. K. L. Mrnat, Wednenday, April 2UI, 0 to 11 a.m., 2 to 4 p.m., 7 to 9 p.m. food manufacturer has an opening (n this territory for un experienced salesman. Salary, car and expenses will be furnished. Wonderful opportunity for man under 30 years of age. Write full details concerning yourself and experience loo. It. L. Cokely, 5411 Mistletoe Lune, Klrk- wood 22, Missouri. EMAk ERTi only. Top wages. Apply in person. Edison Tool & Die Co. 21st b Edison Ave., Granite City, III. __ _ NURSEMAID— Winre7 and conk evening meals; private room and both; stay. Monday through _FfJday._Refercnces,_2TOl Jlenbow. WANTED— White lady d'raw'iiig sli" iMal security; home and salary, 3 «dulU._2..2ll(JW. _ ^ Hanogrnpher i(i;is"we" l >k. Ameriran Employment. 2-S734. BIG MONEY— Sp«"re~tTnT«"ar'ii(»iiU'. Free Merchandise Cululog. "Parly Plan" — 30 KT Weil 34lh SI.. New __ LADY— To"caris~forTwFcHlTd7iiinTViay or go. Phono 4-2034. assist manager hiring, training an<l supervising new employes. Experience unnecessary. Full time, permanent employment. Excellent opportunity fur advancement up lo tuo per week. ¥42 salary per week In start after ,'( days free training. Apply Wednesday, 8 p.m., no jjlhrr tune. Mr. Clayton ur MIM Harrison, Stratford Holel. No plione^cull^ CANVASiSERS— For AUoii ~C it y~ "Directory. Apply In own handwriting. StorinJ3lrecUiry Co.. 022 E. Bdwy . ^TJBt^wm^MACFfcTlH/i S~ W8OL PRESSER — Must~be"expefr- enced. Try-Finer Cleaners, 2501 Stute BALEgMEN SALESMErJ—Who m'ust earn a good pay every week of the year. We nave a low pressure outdoor Improvement service that 8 out uf 10 prospects buy and I'll prove It. Car needed. Earnings paid in full weekly. Give us 8 hours per du.v and we'll do the rest. Write R. B. Keegei, District Manager, Brighton, 111. -L H'TUATION* WANTKD—MAI.E JO?, 18—-6ut of school, wlahea garage, aervlce •tatlun, porter or light janitor* work. Phone 2-3790 it gITIJ ATION WANTED— o~caT» for children while parents work, 5 ot 8 days week. Wood River areu preferred. Phone 4-5343. _^ 4 YEAB^BLD GIRL -r"w»nu~b»bV sitting^ a-<H16._ _ .ADY — Desires position a» dental «>- ststant. Alton ur Wood River. Write Box 980, care Telegraph. Ul hl,\/..Sh ROO'f~BEER DRIVE-IN— With living quarters, on two highways, ti7-m, at Godfrey "Y". >,, acre of ground. Painted white. Godfrey, 111. $5,500, contract. __ fA^ERN-BOATDOCk CALHOUN COUNTY-Lsfge tract, highway & river front- He, large tavern building, fcreened porch—living rooms, fMrnished. Exceptional oppor- tpnity. Sacrifice if sold this week. Owner retiring, just north of Hardin, Paradise Inn. JOHN BERICAN AGENCY If no answer 2-4276 Jtt_IUHlIN» 1 .R» ANNOUNCEMENTS "~~ Pluinhlni, hentlng, «u(terin(t prompt l.v done. :)-; kEYS~MAE>E WHILR VOtl WAIT DOWNTOWN PHILLIPS 40B Belle, Alton. Phone ;i-l)80 LAWfj ~MOWKhs"siiAHI'ENED~An rpf)Hlrrcl; nlito light hnullni. Citiar antocd work. Pick up and deliver Phone 4-2041, __ CONCRETE~SEPflC~TTNkS Itealey-Flscher, Godfrey— 2-7710 -~ Cleaning, repairing, State. Alton. 2-0334. recorlng. 281 dirt, driveway stone. 4-1223. Ing, lawn •L SITES GUTTERING Snouting, furnace, pipe replaced. Free estimate*. wh . lu ; 1 _jyin_Sliop. "CONCTET E SE IIKALEY ft F1SCUER __ f"'!' 1 ' 0 ?: _ — _ 2-7710 WELL DRILLING All New Equipment. Experienced Operator MARK APPOINTMENTS NOW WATSON DRILLING CO. 000 N. Liberty St. Phone 3SSW _ _ JeraeyvlMe._Jltllnalii LAWNMOWERS and impaired. A Sttipperlch, 3101 Alhy SI, __ TREE SPE~ClAUST Trim Topn, Take Down A Haul Away Iniurrd. Fret KMImntea ED KRAUT. Ph. 4-1)343 make, while you wall. O.TT'S, Stratford Hotel Bltlg. FLAGSTONE For walk*, palloii. Building itone for walki. UlllRiiwnler. Dlnl 3-lt;ion. Cenpoolii and Brpltc Tanks ind Outside VauU Cleaned Owner ALEXANDER UKEWER 133 St. LouU Ave., Eait Alton, III, Phone 4-0062 or 4-3405 WANT TO SAVE MONEY On Hlnrtcr, Kcnrrntor repair o exchange, See Wicker Auto Electric M13 Walnut Ph. M nillLIUNO CONTRACTORS CARPENTCR nEPAfRS—BTock laying voncrvte work, *ewer and plumbing Kree vothnuleii. 4-H001. " Ing, concrcete work, newer and plumbing. Free jpntlmutM. 4-81)1)1. CAi',L~ SAfTDEHS — -'I lom'ircontraciur" for anything from adjunllng tin •lonii (Jnor lo building your new home. Free ritlrnntc Flnnnrlnii KI.MKR SANDERS, 4-0727 or JKWKI MAXKY, a-MMH. CA II PENTKU" "it EP"Aiit "w'Srllf^-'porch «ncl»inirc*, iilimilnuin a w a I n gi f Sinnll^homei. Fre* enllmatei. 4-211 111. CONTHACT— iBioVk^nd~TenTerIt~woTk ._._. CONTHACT CEMENT WORK — "6f •II kl»<l». Union work Free ««tl nmle». LYNN WOOD, 3003 Franor. f'hone 3-02mi - 3-81B1. .14 _ _ WALL'S'" WA DKCOKATINO ' cieaiT" ed, window* washed. Interior potnt- Ing. Experienced. Phone 4-7800. ~ wollpnper cleaned, removed. Free estimate, 2-3141, 2-01171. _ INTERldfi — Exterior decorating; pluiturlng, patch plastering, j-oinov- Ing wallpaper. Free estimate. 2-ua04 3-31U6. FLOOR SANDING & REKINI81IINO— Intarlor painting. Reasonable rates. For free estimates dial 3-0514 or 3-3230. _ KBPAIRIKO WILCOX RADIO & TV~" Service all • makes TV and radio 2012 State 3-7442 _ N. Alton RADIO AND TELEVISION" SERVICE SQUARE DEAL SHOP 720 E. BROADWAY—3-9411 gEVEN_MEN m SEllVK VOU TV SERVICE —Be a fucuTrsTTrainea technician. We service any make radio or TV set. Also Install UHF convertem and antennai. EOBLER ELECTRIC Ph. 3-758823 j 2 state I'LUMUINO _. STOVE, T^URNACE PAHl—ParU most all makea. Quick service. Try u». WIBKMAN. 1128 E. Broadway. Phone 2-0204 H. A. NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE ACROSS THE STHEET ACIIOSS THE CONTINENT LOCAL ond LONG DISTANCE ie2S_WMhlnglon _Ave. Dial 2.2665 PRES BELCHERlvrOVERy LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE RENTALS 41 «I.KM'IIS'a BOOMS —-arge sleeping "room, JMbedT Nice for worklnu couple. Laundry privileges; also .Ingle .taping room, near IJUB und downtown. 104 Euto Wood Hlver. _Phon« 4-U778 OM-~ 3- < lTl84. gelU ' e ""' n ' Av8tluble April 24. -..._.- _ LAHGB-^CIeu/i W%' ?" tb n" 'Ll e> C lo Downtown Will rent double or single. 620 Henry '~ nelghborhood. 4-378B "OOM r ^ W ° 0<1 fvee prlvlle«e»; on bus line. Mlddleaga or Pfeitrr«d. a-aaog. . 84t Dantortb. —-____ DOWNSTAIRS ROOM-LadyT~CTe»n: moderu home; board or kitchen VivUeges. Laundry. a-57B*. ENSlONEBS-fo room indTboird. Phune 2-8S1S. HOUSBKE8P1NC KOOUS QM — Utilities £. 4tb St. Adults. 7n:j"'wssh| l ngton nM M7«o*' i ...^^^^ i . .__ L * l ' A « T ''"'»Ti •jn.ATfc » ROOM MODERN APT — "--- ater, g^ RBNT-ont 3-room »ndi i" «Pt. 17« - apt J-lnt oof nce, full bath. Tn» rooms, fa , furnace electric ttav*. two .8.-F g rtlU OT unfurnished; modern. 407 Wo«d JRlver Av*. 4-91,18 c «» - ai- Ave. Private entrant*, |*t«|e. '. '" clllt l««- Adttltt (miy. f<trnlsh*d. f88 0%f flKrtitfi. between ft n.mTtO • frm. . »-8041from B to B p.m. -.n»« .ya* bath and entrance. Adult*. 4-75» •tier 4:.TO|).rn. chj|£r»n welcome, 3-3347. ' _ .— rve entrsnc* «nd~ bath, wired for electric «BVi, two ' rom su »*. 181* ByeMiore. . Hartford, nt. ~ ln.4-eiW». ~Prfv,te heat and adult*. 8-9B24 3 ...'i"j!!ll!?.|?.b** 1 . room«. 3128 Brown. a|i ^° im ff'[clenc.v, unfurnlihed. PuiH 0 »i.'J?" * n . d WB| «'' furn«)hed. Mlc« Plavitrmind for children. On* of tor, An n »' c «' """•„ "" Washing- inn. Apt. 45 Of cull 2-R260 'T«« ^±S^kIF««. water, River ». unfurnl«he<i UP " ' 3M Lor « n ~ Main behind 701 iilllltle) furniihtd. 2-4358. A ^ T - — Partly furnishedT water furnlihed. Adu1t«| , entrancn. 3-8200. fl HcRlM 'AiJ'l'.-LoMted in Wpper AU Ion; heat and water furnUhedT3-3232 nij '---IT. ^'""•"•••"»* **fl KASf ALToN-Stiver. , room modern furnljhed. Steam* all utilities on bua Una. Adulti monthly. Phone 4-8113 before B'D m. Frank Yoder. Bealtor. JM £ . $60 modern location. AdulU only. , — — "ROOMS—Lifhu, *»f hot water and bath; Mfritefator JEJX«J^«g tr « n 'i«. Apply mi K. 4th! heat, hot water and bath; -* -' Appl 304 tlenry. ph. 3-T331. v and iurnl.hedT North S'<lt. »« per mo. 2-B423 or u-.s22u. 3 RCb*M— iPurnlahad apt. tor a « m T P 0 ?" d ..J l . ll '' i< Prtvale entrance «nd jath. Utllltlei paid. . . BOOM— Modern iurniihed apt, f>ri-~ •jg .b«th and entranca. B21 K. 6th. %OOU hWlSH-Opttalra, iurnl.hed 4 room apt, near bua and r««n«rlei. Private entrance and bath. 2-1280. 3 rooms, private bath. Close In. Employed couple, day workert preferred. a.oni4. BASEMENT flOOM lor light houne.' keeping. Private entrance, electric refrigerator, ulllltlc* Included. - _ a LTK61 RT>OMS— Ail utiiitiM .rid wn»hini( fidlniM furntahed. Be- tlialto, 0402. TRScJSr— Furnnhed apt., «U modern Hartford, 100 Eait Hawthorn*. 4-4787 2 lC56M-Biwement apt., ^urnUhed: Newly painted. Private «ntr«nc«. AdulU. 3-5040. _ ITHOOM—iNcwiy /urnlnhed and dec- orntmf apt. Hcnt and water. Adulti 0 Ht 3 - | ™?J lfter 8 P.m. EXCEP"TiONAL~APT.— Modern, iifrT iil»hed. AdulU. Reference*. Wood _ lv *£i I'**? 7 -.. _ a SffOM— Furnlalied apt, tltlllUea palj _Phone2-210B. ________ 3 ^ .. und entrance. 18x14 roomi. AdulU only. JI4flO jemlnary. 3-3B30. _ 2 ROOM-^Furniihe'd 1 apt. Private «n-" trunc*. private bath. AdulU emly. COLORKD' — 2~furnl«hed room* tor rent, 700 Bella. Phone 2-3632. 3 or 4 JlSOM FORNlSMiO— Adulii" _No_p«U. lia E. Date, HarUord. 2-itOOM r'uHNISHED APT. — 438 It n. 4-60HS. _ 2 FUSSflSfttTf JtdbMS- f or reil,' Sltf Dorrl«, Alton. Phone 3-3096. 3 FOBNlSHKb HOOM8-AU utilltle." furnlihed. Front and back entrance. llrH tloor. Private bath. Call 2-4790. 1217 Emt Sth. ROOM — Furalihed "apt. "Xtio~2 sleeping room», close to downtown Wood Blver. 4-2800. ' ••••—«•-•» *j w a»4i*a*L«^t^ nuv^mD v ~AlI utllltlea furnUhed Including waaher _40» aerlng. 3-7579. FlfATflBHED APt.—3 rooma. private bath it entrance, clean, utilities paid, 3-8338. 2 OR 3 R65M APT.—Screened porchi private bath, entrance, utllltlei. Ph 4-6847. WILL SHAKE—My modern home with' lady. 403 Serlng. 3-8347, 3-737B. IIOUHK8 FOB RENT — For J«a»e. Eight room modern holme, gati heat, large lot, references. Avullahle May lit. Write Box BOO, curejrVslegraph,^ _ SMALL 3-BOOM HOUSE— Wood River No tub or furnace. Child accepted. Phone 4-5230. _ CLiJB~H6IJSE— With 3 large rooms and icrcaned porch, »ultabte for liouie to live In, on Brighton road. " __. __ e ROOM MODERN' HOME — ana Inquire Wilton's Cafe, Hartford, or _phon« 4-2032. _ ' * ROOM — • All modern houM. iaoa ^Highland Ave. _ 4 L _ROOM_ HOUSE— Z-8814, 630 toT~ 4Vj ROOM— Modern duplex with full buiement, conveniently located near ichooln. churches and downtown Price tttO monthly. 4-3005. j ROOM HOUSB-^ast Xiton. *50."ph: 4*8*94, 2-HOOM house, water Conley, Wood River. paid. 143 HOUSES 3 ROOM FURrtlSHliD ttOUBJB! —>or «nt »» 1" Haniwr. But Alton. Ph. 4*8830. 53 MISCELLANEOUS FAIRFAX TRAILER COURT Lowest rat* on trailer spaces. Phons -i__ .WANTED TO BENT WANTlO-By M«y"ist, 4 '"room" all modern home In Alton by young couple and 2-year-old child. Can give very good references. Call ^ 1 Mft£i ' - __ WANTED TO BENT— 3, 4 room fur- nlnhtid house In E. Alton, Wood _Rlver. Phone 4-031B after 5 p.m. WANTED— 5, 8 or 7 room house. Immediate possession. 4-81B5. COUPLE — Wants 4 room " modern* hou»e. Call after B p.m. 4-5368. ELDeHLY~LAOY— Desires first floor room with adjacent bath. Boom and board. Phone 2-4727. 50 BUSINESS PBOFEBTT 73'" x 80' BUSINESS BUILDING —In Grafiun. lileul location tor restaurant, hardware, lumber, feed and seed, automobile and tractor agency. LoadbiC dock, y /urn«ca*. WE$ WRICHT-Phon« 3-6796 Qlozebrook Agency—2-0055 REAL ESTATE SALE •i ACBES—< roain house, U#ht«. Air- noce. garage. Block outuld* eitif. Sell furnUhed or anfurnlgh,84< Pbon« Stttuntoo. Ul.. m-W3. * 0 ACKBS - Godfrey. •room iipu*e. full >«^p)fn' new stoker fired iuroM*. Und >U tillable, partly fenced. iwowdUt* motion. A»lftn« only WM. 8. HDBK18. Drew Agancy

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