Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 30, 1954 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 30, 1954
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SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Obituary Mrs.BlancheClose Mrs. Blanche Close, 66. of 1013 East Fifth St., widow of Thomas E. CJose, died at 8:20 a.m. today in St . Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Close had been in failing health for the past year, and Thursday night at 10 p.m. when her condition took a sudden turn for the worn she was moved to A daughter of the late Mr. and Mti. James Allred, she wax born in Altcfl, Jan. 1, 1888, and had resided hert an of her life. For A number of years Mr. and Mrs. Close had resided in the Milton Rd. area. She had heen nt the East Fifth St. home for the past four years. Mrs.'Gose Js survived by Iwo Sisters, Miss Florence Allred, who made her home with her, and Miss Louise Allred, who resides at 1026 East Broadway; a brother, William Allred of 709 Park Ave., and three nephews. Two brothers and her hsuband preceded her in death. The body is at Staten Funeral Home where friends may call after 2 p.m. Saturday. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 9 a.m. in St. Patrick's Church. Burial will be in Alton Cemetery. The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Middleton Mrs. Claudia Effie Middleton, 73, who had been in ill health for the past 10 months, died at 3:55 p. m. Thursday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Lorene Ruth 210 Curvey St., with whom she had made her home for the past 12 years. A native of Doe Run Junction Mo., Mrs. Middleton was horn "March 5, 1881. She spent her early life in Missouri and moved with her husband, the late James Middleton, to Alton, about 40 years ago. Her husband had worked as an engineer at Alton Water Co., and for Illinois Terminal Railroad, pr lor to his death in 1931. Mrs. Mlddlelon had affiliated with the Methodist Church at Doe Run Junction and alter mov ing to Alton had transferred her membership to Grace Methodist Church. Nine ohildren, 23 grandchildren seven great grandchildren, two sisters and a brother survive her. The children are Mrs. Ruth and Mrs. Ruby Fletcher, Alton; Mrs. Vera Kltzmiller and Mrs. Beulah Miller, Godfrey; five sons, Orvllle Middleton, Riverside, Calif., and Mansie, Elmer, Delmer, and Georga, Alton. The sisters are Mrs. Iflrdie Sheets. Doe Run Junction, Mo., and Mrs. Gean Lane, St. Louis, Mo., and her brother Is John Taylor, Alton. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 2 p, m in Grace Meth6dist Church by the Rev. Leroy Dude, pastor of the church after which the body will be interred in Upper Alton Cemetery. Friends may call at Gent Funeral Home after 7:30 p, m. Saturday and until noon Monday when the body will be taken to the church. Edwin F. Buzan Edwin F. Buzan, 50, an em- ploye of Owens-Illinois Glasss Co. with 35 years service, died unexpectedly Thursday night of a heart attack. He sufffered the fatal illnesss about 11:15 p. m. shortly after arrriving home from work, and was taken to Alton Memorial Hospital where oxygen was administered and efforts were made to revive him. lie was pronounced dead there about 12:15 a. m. Mr. Buzan. who had resided for the past 27 years at 3106 Burton St., had suffered from a heart ailment for the past two years and at the beginning of his illness had been hospitalized several different times. Later he improved to the extent that he could return to work. He lacked only a few weeks m having completed a year since returning lo work after his first illness. Buzan began work at the glass company at the age of 15 and had worked nearly all of the 35 years he had been with thp company in the forming department A few years ago he had been given a pin in recognition of 30 years sen-ice with the company He was born in Brighton where he resided during his early life He was marrried in Alton to Miss Daisy Deem, and all of theii married life had been spent here Surviving in addition to his, widow are three sons, Dr. Ed win F. Buzan, who is in Hie Army Air Force Medical Corps stationed at Yuma, Ariz.; Aii man First Classs Nelson Buzan stationed at O'Hare Internationa Air Port, near Chicago, and Mil ton, Alton; a daughter, Mrs Doris Beneze, Alton; two broth ers, Morris and William, and a fsfer, Mrs*. Lola Mueller, all of Chicago, and three Rrandchil- iren. Arrrangements for the funeral re incomplete, awaiting arrival icre of his sons. Dr. Buzan is xpected in Alton Saturday and Airman Buzan was scheduled to arrive here today. .The body is at Streeper Fu- ntral Home. W. H. Thomas Tn ill health snd bedfast for he past six years, W. H. Thomas, 87, died at 8:!5 a.m. today at his home, 200 Grand AVP., East Alton. Death was attributed to the infirmities of »RP. Thomas, who was a native of Kentucky, had resided in Knst Alton since his retirement in 1935. Prior to that he hari been at Mound Gity. In 1941 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas nad observed Ihe fiftieth wedding anniversary with a reunion at Mound City. He and his wife were married while residing at Clinton. Ky. Surviving arc five daughters, Mrs, Grover (Jirtna) T«crns, Mrs. Carrie Moorr, Mrs. Jessie Flecnor, who resided with her parents at 200 Grand Ave.; and Mrs. Cecil (Nnoml) MeCown, all of East Alton, and Mrs, lames Pamplin, Concord, Cnlif.; wo sisters, Mrs, Sally Rutlcdge, Kasl St. Louis, and Mrs. Kath- rlne Harper. Clarksvlllc, Tenn.; ^7 grandchildren, and 15 great- grandchildren. A daughter and a son, nnd three brothers and wo sisters preceded him in death. While in Kentucky, Mr. Thorn- ns hnti affiliated with the Bap- Ist. church and after moving lo j'.ast Alton had attended First Baptist Church there. The body is at Slrecpor Funeral Home, Wood River, where friends may call after 5 p.m. Saturday. Funeral rites will be conducted at the funeral home at 1 p.m. Monday. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. J. D. McGuire J. D. McGuire. 72, of Rl. 3, CuiTollton, died at 10:55 p.m. Thursday in Alton Memorial Hospital, He hnd been a patient there since April 19. Thn body WHS moved to Hanks Funeral Home In Calhoun Coun(y. Mrs. Marie Bruner GREENFIELD - Mrs. Marie A. Bruner, who had been under care of a physician, was found dead at her home in Rock- jridge, early this morning by Mrs. Dolly Stottler, a neighbor vho was to have driven Mrs. Jruner to the doctor's office. Born near Rockbrldge Oct. 25, 879, Mrs. Bruner, 74, was a laughter of the late George and Cliza Jane Allen Freer, and was married to W, E. Bruner, who preceded her in death Aug. 23, 945. The couple owned and opera!id the Bruner Grocery in Rock- iriflge for many years, but fol- owing Mr. Bruners death, the widow sold the business which .s now known as Sample's Grocery. One of six children, Mrs. Brim- M- is survived by two sisters, Mrs. John \Vyldor, Grocenfiold, and Mrs. Ed Thompson, Roodhouse, a son William B. Brunei 1 Jr. of Pleasant Plains and two grandchildren. Mrs. Bruner was an active member of the Baptist Church, he Helping blind Society, the jreene County Republican Club and the Royal Neighbors of America, of which she was recorder in the local lodge for -19 years. The body will be moveil from Shields Memorial Home, to the residence in Rockbridgc Saturday, where friends may call after noon Saturday. Funeral rites will be conducted Sunday at 2:30 p. m. in the Rockbridge Baptist Church by the Rev. Frank Crouch of Carlinville. Interment will he in Will Cemetery. Coroner William 11. Wolfe ot Roodhotise will conduct an in- iiuest Saturday at II a. m. ai Shields Memorial Home. Ai'Hiil Torn from fur Albert Baiter of 1-ILM K. Fourth St. informed the police Thursday that the aerial had been torn or cut from his car. parked during the previous niRln in front of his residence. Mrs. W. S. Breyfogle. of 902 Alton St. reported an instance of car pilfering in which articles valued at $'J4 were niken from the glove compartment of her iar parked near her home. Consent The ruler of England cannot abdicate, the throne without the consent of both houses of Parliament. The Abdication Bill, ending the reign of Edward Vlll, was passed on Doc. 11, 1936. CORRECTION brlc« of Tlfiw Fi.h in the f aulv))ayl» ad in latt paper appeared incorrectly. movu* HAVE evening'* VAN CAMP'S TUNA FISH. 4 PAUL F, DAVIS & SONS Men..? m, «r A«aM.m.Tx*m.^.^* ^ ^ * W^ V MOWN April Closes With Promise Of Showers As thr last day of April dawned cloudy ana w."h si-uttered showers in th* 1 West fiodfrey vicinity, the traditional "rainy" month of the season appearrd ready to close tip a wet hole as «f mid-morninK. renorts were received from Kansas City. Mo and Columbia, Mo. that showers were moving this way. A* of 8 a. m. today — with one day to go in this month — the rainfall has been a little over an im-h less than normal for April. A total of nine rainfall entries have been marie In fhi« rrmnfh s weather record, fho lasl nnr bring on April 27. There was no rainfall shown at Alton dam for Ihe 24-hour period preceding 8 a. m. today. Light, brief showers that fell prior tn a. m. in the area failed to hit in Ihe area of the dam. More rain would he welcomed by most farmers and Rardners of the area as the 12 months of drought, has not. been offset hy what spring rains have fallen in the last 30 dnys. Wednesday and Thursday of his week were marked by rath- M- chilly weather, compared to some of Ihe balmy sunshiny days ?«rliPr (his month. This morning in spile of (be Houdines*. the •venlher hnd warmed a bit and Ihn lemperature at 8 a. m. \vns Bfi degrees, which was 10 degrees higher nt thai hour limn on either Wednesday or Thursday. Clarence I,. Wrn/cl Funeral Services Funeral muss nt SI. Patrick's Church at 9 a.m. today for Clarence L. Wen/cl, wan rend by the Rev. Father John Cms- son, The Flev. Father f'ofer Donohoe hnd the commitInl riles in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Full military rlteu were given by V.F.W. Post, Collage Hills, with Wayne Tcnnfson as chaplain, nnd Al Kutler as commander. Pallbearers were Car! Prlfch- ott, Lacey Sons, William Phillips, A1va Cobb, Charles Bonnet t and James Harris. French Planes Hammering Rebel Forces CHICAGO IP —Those automobile drivers who make you wonder why they don't have their heads examined, nre going to. / A psychiatric laboratory Is to be set up In Chicago to examine "crazy" drivers, Chief Justice Edward S. Schcf.fler of Municipal :owt said Thursday. "Psychiatrists have found that screwball motorists are really a litlle off in the bend," Scheffler said. "The mental condition can be diagnosed by n laboratory ex- umiimtlon." Scheffler snid the laboratory will be purl of a central traffic enforcement building for police and courts which will be opened next year. "We want to bun these nuts from utomobiles on our streets and highways or to suspend their dciv- ing privileges until (lie psychiatrist can report a cure," Scheffler snid. "When the laboratory is opened judges will send suspects there fur mental analysis." Sohefflor said the "loglrnl suspects" will include the habitual traffic offender, those who re- pentedly evade court summonses and those "whose traffic conduct is a flagrant violation of common sense iincl normal judgment." Only Mediation Board C-m Huh NYC Strike NKW YORK ;p-A union spokesman says only action by the U.S. mediiiium board will halt H strike set for 7 a.m. CST. Monday nptinst tlu> New York Central Kftilroitd east of Buffalo. The independent Brotherhood of | Riiilroud T r a i n in p n Thursday | night called for a walkout of fi.Olib Iriiiniuen and yard workers affect- i«« fi eight wild passenger service on all Hie Central's divisions bo- I ween Buffalo and New York City. James Anderson, union vim president, said Central branches In \\Vchawken, N. J., and U'i|. liamspori and Clearfield. Pa., also "ill l»e afleeled. Anderson said the strike call involves questions of seniority (in application of rules, but no! wages. I (^tOAT~Mi||lV~ NOTICE OK I.KTT1NG Sealed propolis «,n ,„> r,. t . 1MV( . d im h n "M'"*^' " U ' Ol> n<1 ' k "" l " 3.00 P. M. iDST'. Muv Hi. I.I.YI |0| . furnishing inatrriuU i.-quiii-d m t| le "he aiTof Alum''ami"' S "'"" > ""' publicly opened and read. Proposals hhiill br tubmilted on (onus Jurimhed hy Die Municipality which may be obumrd «t the' office ui tlie Lily Engineer and shall be enclosed in an envelope ei'idoi-acd "Material Protopal Waintejiance." The right in reserved to reieVt »ny and all proposals and to wuive technicalities Proposal guarantee will ?!?' , ,, re " ulre< > A surety 'bond for the lull amount ol the award will not be required. By order of City Council. REPAlRlNCi' STREETS COMMITTEE: W. MOLLOY, W. WARREN, M. T~ April 30 May 3. 7. m«tnf*n«n<-* of Nnn-Arti>ri»l Street* for th* city of Alton and »t that tlm« publicly opened and rr»ii. Proposal* rh»ll h» «ubmllr*rt on fnrm« furnished hy the Municipality •-••hlrh may be obtained nt the offir* nf the CHv Fnginirr and nhall r» enclosed in an envHnpr **nrtnrn«d "Malarial Prnprml Maintenance Non- Arterial Streets The right in rrirrvrrt to rejert nny »nd nil proposal* and to U'ntve tern- nlrfllltle- Prnpmm (uaranlrr will not h* required. A surety bond for thr full amount nf the award will not be required. By order of f:ny otunnl. aning • Cle Op* -?1'J 5 . STREETS rOMMITTF.E: w MOU.OV. W. WARRP.N M Tr.VfMERMtKRE. April 30. May 3, 7. SEALED BIDS will be received at the office of 'h» ntv Manager City hulldlni. Wood River, III . up In 7 10 p.m.. Monday, May 3rd, IBM. for the following: Installation of a infl hall 11*10 lighting system. Specifications are on fit* In the City Manager's of- flee. All bids to be. turned In In envelope plainly marked. -Sealed Blrtu on Soft Mall Field Lighting Svifern " Dated at Wood River. Ill . thin 27th day of April, HIM. R V. IIARRAUKII, Clly Manager. SEALED BIDS will he rr-ri-ivfrt »l the office of the City Manager CMv building. Wood River. Ill . \ip to 7 M p.m.. May 3rd, I9S4 for the renovation of ladles' and men's rest roorni at the Wood River Municipal Swimming pool. Specification* are on file at the City manager's office All hlds lo be turned In In envelopes plainly marked, "Repair work at municipal pool." Dated M Wood River. Ill . thin 27th day of April, 11154. R. E. TIARHAUGH, City Manager. STATE OF ILLINOIS, i COUNTY or MADISON i IN THE CITY COURT OK ALTON, MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS N O T 1 C F. GLENN E. MORRIS. I f'lnlnhff, I '». I DOROTHY N. MORRIS. I Defendant ) DIVORCE CHANCERY NO. (10(17 Nntlce U hereby given of the pend- ency of a suit In the City Court of Alton, Madison County, Illinois wherein Olenn E. Morris l< Plaintiff and Dorothy N. Morris Is Defendant which lull Is No. (111(17 In Chancery and Is for Divorce. Defendant, Dorothy N. Morris Is to he nerved by publication. Summons has been Issued returnable on the 3rd Monday of May. 10.14. and nVfmill may be taken on or after the 3rd Monday of May. 1954, In the Court House In Alton, Illinois. FELIX BOSCHERT. Clerk of Ihe City Court ot Alton. IRVING M. WISF.MAN, Attorney for Plaintiff. (124 Enst Third Street, Alton, Illinois. April IB, 33, 30 THE COMMITTEE on Refusal DIs- pnsnl will receive bids on two 121 Trucks with Garbage Collecllon Bridles and one 111 Hydraulic Ill-Lift or one ill null Clam. Raid bids to be filed with City Clerk on or before 4 P, M. May 10th, IRS4. Specification* on above mentioned equipment arc on file In the office of the City Clerk. Committee reserves the right to reject any or nil bids. REFUSAL DISPOSAL COMMITTEE. PETE PKRICA, Chairman WANT AD INFORMATION 12 Words—1 tlrr.e 50 12 Words—.1 time 1.30 12 Words—7 times 2.35 12 Words—30 times 8.48 ADJUSTMENTS Errori not the fault ot the advertiser which clearly lessen the value of the advertisement ahould be corrected the first day when one extra corrected Insertion will be made without charge. The Telegraph assumes no responsibility for error after the flrat Insertion Want ad* are accepted until 11:00, A. M for publication aame day. All copy subject to editing or refection. ALTON TELEGIIAPH, 111 E. BDWY, PHONE 3-6641 ANNOUNCEMENTS »_ IN MRMtmiAM IN~LO VTNG "Si EM OR Y "—~6 f Ethel King Daniels, who passed away April 211, II years ago: God called you from us, daughter, To enter His home on high; You'll be waiting at the golden gate For your loved ones by and by. We miss you, darling daughter. n u r home Is so empty and stilled; The vacant place you left In our home Can never by anyone br filled. We loved you oh, t»o <lR,ul.v, And an we travel alnnK, .lust reach down your hand And let your light shine, U will help UK to travel on. Sadly miHM'd by Vencc Gunthermun, and all who'loved her. 0 MONUMENTS— CUM. LOTS HARMON MONUMENT SALES lilll Acton. Wood River Monument* & Muckers on Display Open ttvrnini!* & Sundays I'hnnc 4-85114 I'KKSONALH AEcbHOLiCS ANONYMOUS -- Diu 2-0417 or 2-722!) or write P. O. Box 107. JOAN B.—YnU can net and redeem Eagle Stamps at Thrift.* Drug Slurcs J1ETTY M. LANDEItS DETKCTlVE AGENCY Confldonliul InveHllgations. All types anywhere. Licensed At bonded. Cal day or night. Grunite City, 111, Illinois OMB. IUIMMAUK A I--V8TH _ f>n Uello St.. ll a.m. TtUMMAGE SALE--.SatiTrdu7rMii.y~l RI7 Belle St.. !> a.m. HUMMAOE SALE '— Kvangriicil & Heformod Church, Kiiiluy, April HO I p.m. in liHM-nu'iil Bin and I{e»iT » hOCIKllfcs"— KHANKl.IN LODGE-No. 25. Special meeting Saturday, Mav 1. 7 pin Work In 2ml degree. Visiting brelh- reiv welcome, A J llalberl, W M. NOTICB OF LETTINCT" Sealed propotalt will l»-«ceived 1 0 L n *» °' lh * C «y-Cltak until . M. (DSTl. May 10.. W4 (or i matemU required in tb* SOl'TUKRN ZONK RALLY-Bust SI l.tiuik Aerie. No. 545. 320 North Ti'iuh Slreel. Kndu.v, April ;«Uh through Sunday. May 'Jiui LOST^ Brown wa'lfefYiY lioxiila area Kui'p money, return puper*. 4-2007. LOST— Black"SratlyT y'eur'Tild. Kew gray hair* on back. Last teen CJaiuen btrcet. Kewaid :i-54«l. FOUND -Black cup vi ith gi : ;iv "un eji's on £408 Brown St. Boy between 6 and 7. 2-HtHU. _ LOST—BI UK pafaieetrvii'iiiity~ ofcol" lege and Jersey. 2-4424 NOTICE— FoF good Illinois River fi»h. new East End fish Market, fuot of_Cherry St., behind cilau, Co. WORMS"&~MINNbWS Creek and Hatchery . . 2Sc do*, up MURLE'S BAIT SHOP 2820 E. Broadway GlVEH&bTHER A TREAT—Order , box o( Sadie's delicious Parisian Balln for Mother's Day. Rum and mint flavor*. Kree «i/t with fvwy _ bo1 ' 1741 Rodgert. 2-7821. NOTICE — Frunr~th7s~d»y forward 1 will no longer Ue responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other llitn nu'teU. Signed thi, 26U FRIDAY, APRIL 30. 1954 AffKOtWCEMENTS COTIORB n » U "' Sl g If A DtXto* R«PA« f) Repairing « Reeorlng » A. M. to 4 f M Phone 2-0234 Arid Notary Sertft* CHARLft CLARK,_e05J. 6ARDEN"~P~LOWtN7f— Yard 'leveling light hauling Phone i-sms. i'jin.c,—tmjmJH^S. SCHOOLS OR- OAmZATIONS CAArtrVAL *>l£ NIC SUPPLIES. NOVELTIES COMIC WAT^ BALLOONS, CANES. WHIPS. BANNCHS. PREMIUM GOODS TOYS. J Aft. DISTRrBUTINO CO i<54 E. Broadway 3-9347 PICTURE r-RAMfNO—C h o e I« ham •amplM Bland Art Shop. 30M Col- lew, firtt houws ettt ol Shurtltff tennli tourt. 3-3713. ANN'S StAUfY SHOT 5 120 Acton 4-291.1 lhampoo. Set end Trim 11.00 lairrnt 75^ r »rial end Manicure . . . II M 'ermanents MM - '$12.90 Open Evenings. "URN If 0RE lease Phone :i-B400 after 4:30 p m. U MtlMC. OANCINO DRAMA ACcoRDtON—And guitar Instruction. Instruments rented. Royal School of Music 3-53«. FOR SALE^Servlce station. Good location; price. Mock and fixture*. Write Box 1000. car* Telegraph. OROCERY~SfoSE—And fixtu7ei~for rent. Phone 4-7171. EMPLOYMENT 17 __ "t-t-r WANTBn—MAIt _ WANTED-^Voung m*an for route •fllenman. Good salary. Retirement trust fund. Apply In person. Alton Clean Towel, D17 E. Broadway. SPECIAL Downtown Cafe Bargain M100 CLEM NOLL AGENCY 849 E Broadway. Phone .1-8821 Evening! call 2-84S4 or 2-47811 COOKS, upholsterers, salesmen, room clrrks, clerk-typist, shipping clerks, others To $3SO month. American Employment. 80S Plass^Bldir, Alton. SIIOE"'SALESMEN'"- rai.~p"«7t tTm'e. F.xperltwrrt only. Mffl's Shoe Store, 0 E Ferguson. "'AtltOMOBlIS~SAL¥SM^N^Conv binnllon nrw and used cars. Apply in ppr«on. Salary plus commission. Wnl/. Motor Co., 1000 E. Bdwy. .V A NT ED • •"" L)een"»ed~ chiiuf feur~7or" flni-Hl truck: mnlr or female; must lie over 23 ye«r« of age. Reply Box M.'fO, <-«re TMegmph. M A N'-"- A|)iT" 25 ~in~44~ wTlh~car for iMdiiKlrinl «nd hosplt»ll?.allon Iniiur- nnrp clehll. Snlnry 845 per week plus rnrnmisslim and renewals. 317 Commercial Blrig., Alton. SALES MANAOEH ~- LbCAlTAREA" Our is A year 'round business with an olrl rstnhllshed company behind It. We Imvc an opening for a man of DlMrlcl Mnnnger olihcr. Our Industry Is dlreet-ln-hcnne selling. Our service in 90 unusual ft deserves a tlrtalletl personal explanation. If you are old enough to handle responsibility and young enough 1o WORK for what you want. If you can siif- rpNslullv build an organization of commission salesmen and If you are on Ihe jvay IIP the ladder of experience I would like to talk to you. Write lo Hox JWO. rare Telegraph. THIS CAN BE YOU Why be one of the men who are struggling along At $50 to $05 per week, trying to make ends meet. There was never a more opportune time to step Into a field where you can really make the money you have always dreamed of. How would you like to moke $750 per month year around and enjoy your work? IF YOU OWN A CAR*** ARE 21 TO 45 YEARS'*** NEAT IN APPEARANCE 4 " HAVE A GOOD PERSONALITY 1 * CAN STAND' ON YOUR OWN 2 FEET*** ARE A HARD WORKER" HONEST HAVE CONFIDENCE IN YOURSELF YOU TOO, CAN STEP INTO THIS**** POSITION Experience not necessary. Each man Individually trained by experts. Local position; Alton 30-mile radius. No traveling, no investment. All applications must be mailed by June 13th. Write your qualifications to Box 1120, care of Telegraph. CLERK Lumber & Hardware experience preferred. 4(l-llr. Week. Apply In person. , See Al Buslck HILL BE.HAN LUMBER. CO. i-li Sl. Louis Aie, Eatt Alton IX JU:l.P WANTED— FKMAI.K STENOG~HAPHE"R — ws'-'sis wee Alton work. American Employmen Service. 205 Piasa. SAl.ESL.AbY—Cashiers, stenographers diataphone operator.. To $280 mouth Amcrlcim Employment, 203 Piasl llldg., Alton. WANTED—Ludy Tor general ofTlce work in retail store. Must know how to type. Good salary and worklni conditions. Our employes know o this ad. State age and qualifications _Answer Box S10, care Telegraph. WFICE\llRl7WAWED~— EijieTienr^ typf&t, some dictation cxperieiu-c Working hours either H a in. to :i p in or 9 am. to 5 p in. Write Box 500, care Telegraph WOMAN DAY WOWk EH — "f<T~ change sillinu fur room and good home. Write Box 1170, care Telegraph. SHOE __ _ __ c2~ParTTime Experienced only. Mel's Shoe Storu ti K. Ferguson 11) IlKlr W'l'l).— * FEMALE MAKE $20 DAILY — Sell luminous" name plates. Write llcevcs Co.. Attle- tioro, Mass. Free sample and details 8ALK8MEN EXCLUSIVE OPENINGS IN~ MADISON AND JERSEY COUNTIES Large national com-crn wauls a man us their representative in this area As our business averages high In repeat halex mi order* already sold our men enjoy year after year earnings and build lasting comacU: you do not colled deposits on average orders and there are no slack teasons: shipment made on open account. You do not deliver. You neec nut have been a talesman, bul it help:-. Our people are taught our methods of telling and make money their first week. If yuu are jnar i icd. have a ear, and would like to talk this over, write Mr. Heap P. O. Box 24. Godfrey. III. 1 WANT" TO TALK—to a married man. over 23, who has a car. Said experience not essential. Write Posl _Ottice^ Box 218, Alton, Illinois. NEW QUICK SELLER to service nations, garage*, industrial. ill»- tdbutorchlp, to aggreuive saiennan. Protected territory. Write bo* 1HO, eare Telegraph. SALESMAN If you are Interested in a career In lilt insurance bu»lueu. I have an established debit opened In Alton. The man 1 seek must be dependable with some s»les experience. Car e«- aential, good salary to start Missouri liu. Co. Po. Bo* S3 Phone Bridge 1-437$. or SALESMEN-Who mutt earn a gooi pay every week of the year. W( have a low pressure outdoor improvement service that 6 out of 19 prospect* buy and I'll prove It. Car needed. Earning* paid in full weekly. Give u* 8 hour* per day and , we'll do th« real. Write R, ft. 6*u«i District Manager, Brighton, * EMPLOYMENT j BUSINESS SERVICE BALRMffc* PART TIME WILT, r.VTEflvrEW man over 23 with r»r *ho In Interested In earning *50 to $75 week on part time bails. Will not Interfere with prewnt job. Work evening* A weekend*. Phoni) Edwardnvllle « to am. to 2 p.f» «l UttfATIOIH WAXtED—WAt.t CA~RpfcNfi8~WbRK -Odd fotn and repair work. Remodeling. Ph. 1-OM5. oteo*TV*rtn* PHOTO STUDIO—ideal «et op tor right party. Saertflc all equipment. After « p.m. 1411 lath St., Granite City. GROCERY STORE Stock and fixtures nf • neighborhood «fnr» in North Alton »re». LIvlnR quarters. Wonderful opportunity. Llvln* quarter* has .4 rooms and bath, full baiement, 3-car tar«f«. Convenient. MRS. ARCHA TRABUE Office 2-8622 Home 2-8140 TINOLEY AGENCY IAST ALT6N — Clean, comfortable front room. Private entrance, con- tlnuotn hot water, near bus and restaurant. 4-6958. SLEEPING ROOM-1 or 2 flrlsT East Alton. Phone 4-7783. PERSONAL SERVICE »t PREBBMAIUNO—TA ILOsUN O DRESSMAKING—Alterations & gifts. 14*. E. Tydeman, Roxana. 4-8380. ALTERATIONS AND SEWING GRACi NOWL1N 812 Main St. Phone 3-3807 LAUNDERING _ WANTED— Washings^ and Ironings; aj«0_dylng _ Ph. 4-8428. WILL b6~WA9~HiNGS— In'riijThomeT 4-7(114. my home. 717 Cardot, East Alton. _____ _ ^ __ __ _ LET ~M E ^"ELP~~Y 6 1 r~^~W it h~ymir laundry or Ironing. Reasonable, ex- perlenced. 4-11272. WANTED -- Washings and~ironings7 Also men's laundry. Reasonable. •Experienced. Dial 4-7886. ICi BIlglNBBB ANNOUNCEMENTS NEW & USED — Hand and power lawn mowers, guaranteed Will trade. rent. Goodall Dealer Terms. Free demonstration. Newby's l.awnrnower .Service, 138 So. 14th SI., Wood River 4-II.1H8. CARPENTER WORK — Roofing, aiding. Screens made and Installed. Free estimates. Phone 2-9008 after 4 p.m. KEYS MADE WHILE YOU WAIT DOWNTOWN PHILLIPS 408 Belle. Alton. Phone 3-9807 GENERATORS —"SlarTera, LightingT Ignition. WICKER AUTO ELECTRIC 2B1.1 Walnut. 2-4750 CEMENT WORK~Of all kinds. Union work. Free estimates. BOB WOOD. 3-5774. Get your lawn mower sharpened & repaired before the rush. Hand and power. Latest equipment' used. Motors repaired and overhauled. All makes. STANKA GARAGE, North Alton. BASEMENT DIGGING, GRADING OF ALL KINDS, SUBDIVISION DEVELOPMENT. n-7162. OEO. LONGFELLOW CO.. INC. WANTED—Hoover owners to call Standard Home Furnishers for service. Evenings. 3-B50B. SAWS" FILED — 4 and fi" jointer knives sharpened. 212 Haller, East Alton. Phone 4-7555. RED & WHITE SANITARY SERVICE Cesspools. Septic Tanks and outside Vaults cleaned. Owner, ALEXANDER BREWER, l.'l.l St. Louis Ave.. East Alton, III. Phone 4-8062 or 4-H4BS._ GENERAL HOME REPAIR~~IT~Ami Improvement. Jobs small and large. Ph. 2-4474. FURNACE it STOKER CLEANING— Can clean chimneys up to 35 feet _high with brush Clllenwater. 3-B30B. SCHWlNN BICYCLES—Used and new. Parts and repairs. Lawn mowers sharpened. OBERBECK BIKE SHOP, S20 George, Wood River. REPAIR WORK Plumbing, heating, guttering promptly done. 3-3232. GUTTERING Spouting, furnace, pipe replaced. Free estimates. White's Tin Shop. 2-1424. CONCRETE SEPTIC TANKS HEAI.EY & FISCHER Godfrey — 2-7710 WELL DRILLING All New Equipment. Experienced Operator MAKE APPOINTMENTS NOW WATSON DRILLING CO. 600 N, Liberty St. Phone Jerseyvllle, Illinois LAWNMOWERS SHARPENED and Repaired. A Stupperich, 310« Alby St DITCHING—Basement digging, lawn dlrf, driveway stone. EARL S1TZE 4-1223. TREE SPECIALIST Trim Tops, Take Down & Haul Away Insured. Tree Estimates ED KRAUT. Ph. 4-0343 WATCH CRYSTALS FITTED - Any make, while you wait. OTTS, Stratford Hotel Bldg. FLAGSTONE For walks, patios. Building stone for walks. Glllenwater Dial 3-8308 CONTRACTING—Roofing repairs. Al kinds of carpenter work. Call 2-G226 CA"SPENfEH~yiEPATRS — Bloek~iii.v ing, conercete work, sewer and plumbing. Free estimates 4-!)0»l. CALL SANDERS — Home contractor for anything from adjusting th storm door to building your new home. Free estimate. Financing ELMER SANDERS. 4-8727 or JEW«X MAXEY. 2-6S48. CONTRACT—Block and cement work of all kinds Herrin Bros., 2-1041. S£ Bl!|LI)INO CONTRACTORS CONTRACTING—Roofing, repair. Al kinds of carpenter work, Call Del a-eaae. WORK — Of highest quality. Base menu, garages, patios. Anything In cement. Free estimates. 3-7607 am 2-9067. DKCOKATINO WALLS WASHED— Wallpaper clean ed. windows washed. Interior paint Ing. Experienced. Phone 4-7900. ' _ — And exterior painting Very reasonable. Free estimate. Cal 4-B8U6. INTERIOR—And exterior decorating Wallpaper cleaned. Free estimate 2-3141. 2-0871. INTERIOR — Exterior decorating plastering, patch plastering, reinov Ing wallpaper. Free estimate. 2-8664 3-3196. FLOOR SANDING & HEFimSHlNQ— Interior painting. Reasonable rate*. For free estimate* dial 3-0SI4 or 3-3230 «S RADIO _* T V RKPA.IRINO RADIO AND "TELEVISION REPAIR KERMIT TERRY _209 12th STREET, WOOD _R1VER_ WILCOX RADICT&~TV Service all makes TV and radio 2612 State 3-7442 N Alton_ RADIO AND TELEVISION SERVICE SQUARE DEAL SHOP 720 E. BROADWAY—3-9411 SEVEN MEN TO SERVE yOU TV SERVICE - Be a factory trained technician We service any make radio or TV ict. AUo install UHT converters and antenna* EBBLER ELECTRIC Pb, a-75«a 2913 State J7 UEATING AND PHIMBINQ STOVE. FURNACE * BOILER PAIR—Parti moat all make*. Quick •wvlce. Try u* WISEMAN, 1128 B. Broadway Phoon 34384 REPAIRING HOOFING CARPENTER — Roof and chimney repair, outside painting, yard work Telephone 3-882T. «• 8TO»AQ» - MOVUfO ' ~ PRES 6ILCHCI MOVERS LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE Barrel* and carton* (or packlcg 1018 ELLIOTT ST * Di«J 3-7930 or 2-8340 H. A. NtVUN M5Vff?^ STORAGE ACROSS THE STRXtt . A. * C *OSS THE COirrtNENT LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE Av« thai 2-28M RENTALS clog * t for fined home. 1JOA Re- rtOOM-ror men. All mof. errMjome. $5 wwtty. wo Mmn St. HOOM FC on bus 1 RENT—Prlvite *ntr»nr*'. line Refrigerator. 401 ... Wood Blvfr Ave.. Wood Biver. NEWLY nECORATED-SleeplnfTriSnT for woman employed: kitchen privilege optional. Write Box S20, care RENTALS REAL ESTATE SALE n Ami-art «m f ROOM—Modern furnished apt Prl- vate entrance and b«th. m t. 8th. <n froTJSca FOB MHT H BOOM—Modern bunffilow in PiaisT Roy Talley. Urtt •».» (Oft MLt FOR RENT — 4 rooms and bath. 1129 Madison. Wood River, after 5 p m. 4 ROOM—UnrWnidr.ed home new" ISO per month. Pay rent 8 «, years then you own It Last 4 month* rent required in advance Call Albert Hazard, Wood River 4-8129 or Bridge 1-flMi or apply Albert Hit«rd, VirginiaiAve.. Cottag* Hllll. III. DEAL DIRECT WITH dwwtft - 3 r bedroom houie. all modern. Full basement, oil furnace Lot TOMJs with extra lot same site. Klotmeler Addition. $10,000. 4-*B13. r YOU^WANf A~NEW 4'ROOM ALL MODERN HOJSE. LOTS Of CABINETS IN KITCHEN, LARGE FRONT AND BACK PORCH WITH PLENTY OF SPACE FOR GARDEN, FLOORED POULTRY HOUSE, GARAGE. ALL IN RESTRICTED AREA. PLEASE CALL MARY BROOKS, 3-3077 1ARRY DREW AGENCY. 2-1296. 4 ROOM'-Modern "hHSief BMement. Adults. MO Victory Drive. Ea«t Alton. $M month. Phone .4-1350. NEW 4 ROOM—M«S«ern rfomt. attached garage, In rvitrlcted irei. CHI 4-4231 .__ _ SfoRtTTX LTON— Nice room In ern home, near bus line. 3-9378. fiEEPlNO~W60MS— For 1S4 So. Pence. 4-3395. -.AROB—Com f orUbTt room for one gentleman. 3-8154. » ROOM MODERN HOME - Upper Alton. HWF, oil heat, Youngstown kitchen, wired for atove. garage and full baiement. Box 1130, care Tele- _gr_»ph. 3 BffiROOM HOME--Wood Rfver. for rent. Reference!. Write Box HOT care Telegraph ROOM—All modern houoe. Clifton Terra ce._Cfl21_2-5«4«. or 5 MODERN ROOMS—Bath, au- tomatlc heat, garage, garden. 3 milei from _AHpn^Adult« J>nlj-. 2-4087. GODFRF.Y"— ForTeSteTTToom house". Reference*. Write Box 1JOO, care 16XANA—Large eomfortablt sleep- In room: separate entrance. 115 W Tydeman, 4-8795. ROOM * BOARD ROOM * BOARD—For elderly people, p«n»ioner«; also social security. Ph 3-742B. HOl'SRKF.r.riNO KOOM8 t MODEHN—HousPkerplnn rooms on first floor. Private entrance, adjoining bulb. Across from Glaus works. _A dul M _only ._IT I j Bo7.z« 3-9126 'OH RENT — 2~iiirge housekeTpIng rooms, nrwl.v nVrorfftpd, centrally Jpcnted. Dial 4-B6B5. <*__A |t *.. l !IJ!!?!lflOL_O'*?. B 1 UNFURNISHED ROOMS'— For rent 112B Brown. FROOM" APT.—BeTTe" street. |30. Dial 2-S797. Utilities paid. 3-7:191. fD ROOMS—-And hath NICE — Large unfurnished rooms. built-in cnblnets. $30 monthly. Eait _. _-.-. _ LARGE 3 ROOMS— And bath,' closeti, washing facilities. 310 Bluff. ROOM— Unfurnished 114 East Acton, Wood River apt. Adults. 4 ROOM APT.—All utilities furnish_ed. Upper Alton. $70^ Phone 2-43M. 4 ROOM UWuRNTSHEiTAPfr—~Ga» heat, utilities furnished, screened porch, private bath and entrance. Upsjiajrs. 2-7474. a~SoOMS~~*~'BAtH — Unfurnished? Near Glass Co. S40 per mo. 3-9073. FO ; RENT—:i room all modern un- furnljthed apt. Heat and water furnished, garage. Rent $46. Adults only. John II. Hellrung Agency. 618 Ennt Broadway, 2~Ro6M~EFFlciENCY—Heat, water, stove, refrigerator furnished. Ferguson Apts. $75 monthly. 4-8068. 2 UNFURNi~SHED BOOMS — 1311 Hampton. $20 monthly. Lights and water furnished. White. 2-9590. 3 ROOMS — Private bath and entrance. 303A Lorena, Wood River. FOR RENT—4 room apartment, unfurnished. Large glassed-in porch. heat and lights furnished. $60 month. Inquire 2022 Central. per 3 NICE — Modern private rooms. Closets, for couple, close to bus. 4-6270. Mi BOOMS—Nicely Arranged. Close to downtown, bus, industries. Heat and water furnished. Beautiful view. RIDDICK AGENCY—3-9351 4 ROOM APT.—Private bath and entrance, utilities furnished. $63 mo. Call 2-1509 or 2-4680. 3 ROOM DUPLEX—Elton-Edwardsvllle road, across from Silver Star Tavern F"iRST~FLOOR"—3"Ta7ge rooms, bathT 2 entrances, 2 large closets. Adults. 606A E. 7th. 3-7479. 2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS—127 W. Forest, Hartford. FOR RENT—6 room apt. Adults only, Call at 108 Eighth St., Wood Htver. 4f FURNISHED APABTMINTI 2 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS — All utilities furnished. Including washer. 405 Sering. 3-7579. 3 ROOMS—Downstairs. Water an heat furnished. Private bath, private entrance. $60 per month. Call 2-9423 or 3-3226. 2 FURNISHED ROOMS — Call 345 Lincoln. East Alton. 4-6327. NEW 3 ROOM APT.—Furnished. Ph. 4-6039 after S p.m. 2 FURNISHED ROOMS—Private bath and entrance. In Milton area. 2-3547 F>URNISHErr~RljOMS~— Inquire Z4J Lorenn. Wood River. T~ROOM~A PT^Bn"(h7~lraraT!e7Ta dry. Adults. 2-8B98 after 5:30. FURNISHED—For light housekeeping, 3 room apt. Private entrance and bath. 209 McClure. 2-5174. 2 ROOM —Furniahed apt., $10 per week. Near downtown. 3-9073. 2 ROOMS FURNISHED—All modern. Apply 632 E. Fifth. 3 ROOM APT.—Nicely furnished. Private entrance and bath, closed porch nice yard. Good location in North Alton. 3-8508. FURNISHED — Light housekeeping rooms. Lights, water, gas, heal Adults. 703 Waslhngton. 2-1740. 3 ROOM APT.—Close downtown, in dustries, -churches, bufi. Heat anc water. RIDDlCK_AGENCY--3-83j)l PRIVATE HOME—3 foomsT nicely fur ninhecl. private bath, garage, hea Hnd water, laundry. Adults only $75 monthly. 3-3101. 2'LXRGE~FURNlS"HEb~ROMS~^~A"ii private b»th, private front and back entrance, all utilities furnished. 121' E. Fifth. Z-4790. 3" FURNISHED ROOMl3~p7iva7e en trance. No objection to small children. $10 we"«k. 1600 Bozza ireari. 2 FUHNISHED ROOMS—3128 Brown BASEMENT APT.—Lights and water furnished. 3-8405. 3 ROOMS—Furnished. Man and wife only. 4-2348. 6 ROOM "HOUSE-In Wood River furnished. $85 monthly. References required. Robert Provjns, P, O, Box 930, Boulder, Colorado. 2 FURNISHED ROOMS—Llghtf, hea and water furnished. Adults only 448 Whitelaw, Wood Blver. 2 VERY CLEAN — Furnished rooms and private bath: utilities furnished Must be seen to appreciate. 2-7843. 2 MODERN ROOMS — Utilities fur rushed. $10 weekly, $39 monthly 2-2166 or 617 Liberty. 3 ROOM—Furnished apt. for couple Private bath, heat and water furnished. 418 Ferguson, Wood River 4-4500. 2 ROOM—Furnished apt. Private entrance and bath. Hot and cold water heat. 827 Union. 3-7415. J LARGB ROOM—And kitchenette Extra well furnished. Has refriger ator and Inneripring mattress. NO objection to small child. 310 Mill St 2-1946. HARTFORD—2 furnished rooms. Util Kit's furnished. Private bath and re _frigera^or._Dial 4-317T 2 ROOM — "Furnished apt. Private bath and entrance. 815 E. 4th. 'J~BOOM"~FURNJSHED — And porch. Private entrance and bath Venetian blinds, utilities furnished 808 Illinois Ave., East Alton. 9 ROOMS — 475 State Aid Road. ' rooms, 61 Madison, 3 rooms furnish ed, Wood River. 2 ROOMS—Lights, gas, heat, hoi water, bath, refrigerator. 1005 Pear! ttrell. 2 FURNISHED ROOMS—Lights and water furnished, garden spot, in Ea*i Alton. Phone 4-4S03. 3 MODERN FURNISHED ROOMS — Private bath, hot water. Adults. In quire 712 E. ith. 2 FURNISHER ROOMS—Outside en trance. Adult*. 207 E. Penning, Wood River. LOVELY 3-ROOM FURNISHED APT Private entrance and bath. Adulu only. 2-7181. 3 ROOM—Furohhed. apt with bath separate wntrajice. near but line Call <-641« after a p.m. 2 LAKQB BbOM-Furniilvad apt. Util Hie* furnished. Private bath" Adults, month. »30 Alby. 2-5277. 3 FUaNlSHUD B06M8_U,hti," IM heat, hot w»t«r and bath; rtfrlgw •tor. ao« Heary. Ph. 3-7331. room Uor orvlet. I ; »pt. Jan occupancy , Edward* 1 ROOM modern house. Dry St., Ea?t Alton. Phone 4-9103. I-ROOM all modern. Seen by «p- pofntment. S-S945. ROOM TfoQSE^-Modern. Utilities furnished. Reasonable. Call 4-2873. New large 4-room and breakfast nook, oil heat, basement, smfiige. Clone to Industries. Call 4-obJfl. ROOM—Modern duplex. Available middle of May. Call 3-6387. MIRNISHED HOUBBB ROOM—Furnished house. East Al- toh. close In. Adults. Ph^3-3737. ROOM—Furnished house. Bond St., East Alton. Dial 2-9797. OARAOF.S LA"J»GE GARAGE ~~^warehouse or storage. Oood location In Wood Hivevr. 4-0033. B»SINF.,«IS PLACES CHOICE' OFFICE SPACE—Hi FSuu stlrh bldg. Will alter to suit; also aid condition. Lots of ample park- Ing space. Mr. Flerstlne or Mr. Volger. Phone 2-2912. WANTED TO RENT MILTON AREA room modern, close to new school and bus. Call EMIL KELLERHOUSE 3-S649 Ell M. Green Agency MILTON AREA •ERBEBT ST. — 4 rooms and breakfast nook. Gas heat. Insulated. Nlc« size rooms, excellent condition, plumbing for automatic washer and drjer Near SI. Matthew's School. ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS TWO NEW 3-BEDROOM BRICKS— Gas heat, attached garage, aluminum Windows, large lot. Full basement. -BEDROOM FRAME — Fuiiy in'su- lated. 2-rar garage, nice size rooms, Large lot. Dial 2-2846 _ ANY TIME j. P. CRANE REALTY CO. WANTED—4 or 5 room house or apt., downstairs Phone 3-7784. WANTED TO RENT—House or flat. Young couple with 2 small children. Transferred to this area with large industrial concern. Up to $90 per month, \0llt give references. Write _Box_fl90._oare Telegraph. BY SHELL PLOYE— 4 or 5 room house in tipper or North Alton or Bethallo. References. Phone Bethalto 4052. four adults, 2-1307. MfNfSfErf ~~ FAMILY—Desperately need 4 or !t room house, Milton area, hy May 10. Call Rev, Lolard 'Simmons, 3-6H:i4. REAL ESTATE SALE FARMS * LANDS 10i) ACRES — Improved. 85 tillable. Electricity. Immediate possession. 12 miles east of Benton, III., $6500. 132 So. 12th. Wood River. ?OR SALE—IflO-acre farm. Good portion along highway. 5 room house plus store room; built-in cabinets, water in house, electric pump in basement. 2 wells, one cistern, pond, plenty timber, wired for electric atove, 2 chicken houses, brooder house, coal or wood shed, storm windows and screens. Place mostly fenced. Peach, apple, apricot and plum trees. Springs on place. Sickness Is reason for selling. Please rail MRS. EDWARDS, 2-3774. Hlddlck Agency. •"OR SALE—20 acres. Good spring. 514 acres tillable, $2500. i'i miles south of Brighton. Phone Brighton 41-W. «TAl^E~~6F r A~LfFETlME—For some'- one who wants a nice place out of town with an Income now. Ill health causes me to dispose of this nice 15-acre tract with 7 room house, outbuildings and electricity, 130-tree orchard Includes apples, peaches, apricots, plums, cherries and quince. 4 acres asparagus, 1 acre alfalfa, S acres In 2-ft. clover to be put In corn. Large shade trees, wind break, and atorm cellar. All necessary equipment to work place. Located on Rt. 100, 15 minutes from North Alton. Immediate possession. Writ* Box 1160, care Telegraph. 320 ACHES OF TIMBER LAND—For sale at $12.50 per acre. All under fence. Located in central Missouri. Call 2984-R2, Jerseyvllle. W. E. Topping, Dow. III. 7. ACRES of unimproved (round • miles from Alton on paved highway. Price $2,000 144-ACRE FARM — 16 miles from Alton. 6-room semi-modern house, 2 good barm ami other outbuildings. Plenty of water. Price .. . $14,700 Call TOM GIBSON, 2-4258 ELI M. GREER AGENCY FOR SALE—85-acre farm, $5500. Gooc 4 room house and outbuildings. 40 acres under plow, rest In pasture plenty of fruit, plenty of good sprint water the year around. Potatoes anc most nf the garden planted. Reason for selling, ill health. One mile north of Belleview,* 111., first road to the right off 98. 5B LOTS FOR BALE LOTS FOR SALE — On Marquette Drive, restricted subdivision. Phone 3-9429. LOT FOR SALE—Near State street. Dial 2-2288. UPPER ALTON Seminary Ave. — Beautiful, large'lot, 130 by 122. Large oak trees, between Western Military Academy and Shurtleff College. Price.. $6000 Call Harry F. Hemphill Agency 3-3584 RESTRICTED SUBDIVISION — North Alton. Moit lots 80' x 120'. Phone 2-6007 or 2-2447 BUILDING LOT—Went of new Bi lhallo high school. Call 3-3306. LOT FOR SALE—Mlddlebrook Subd. three blocks from new school on North Rodgers. Sewer, electricity In. Phone 2-6923. HOlJfie* FOB IALK ELMWOOD PARK "NATIONAL HOMES" FHA APPROVED 3-liedroom home. $1200 down, $81 per montti Near schools, pltygrouni and bua line. See our 1954 display bouae at 203 So. 14th St., Wood River Open for Inspection •very afternoon from 2:30 to 4:30. RALPH H. LADD Phone Wood River i-BMl or Cdwardsvllle SIM BY OWNER—4 room all modern. 2823 Edward* St. NEW HOUSES FOR SALE—IN PAT. T180N HEIGHTS, GODFREY. OX. STRICTLY MODERN. I. H. MBMT» EH. PHONE 3-7388, 2208 Marquettt Drira NBW BRICK SUBDIVISION 1 block off State Street New 5-room brick veneer and ttone hoflTe. 3 bedrooms, modern In every respect Price 116.900 Dl«l 4-1023. SPLIT LEVEL 2-BEDROOM* Redwood house — Insulated through, out. Aluminum windows, itorm am screen, lifetime aluminum roo radiant oil heat, Armstrong tn» floors, tiled bath, birch woodwork fluorescent lighting fixture*, attic fan. 25-ft. porch metal railing*, sidewalks, baiement, garage Lo 05 x m. CloM to bua and whooje, $14.300 Phone 2-7300. 4 ROOM - All modern. Full' ban mtnt. Good location. Phone 2-0181. REMODELING — Small house unfin ished for sale as ii. All or part o t acre*. North Rodger*. Phone 3-786 after 3 p.m. CENTRAL LOCATION 6 room all modern brtok bom*. Cor ner lot, good condition. S minute walk from Wedge Bank. Price for quick (ale to *ettl* eatate. Immed late possession Jio.spo CALL PAUL CLASSIRENNER 3-3584. After 5 p.m. 2-4982 HEMPHILL AGENCY NORTH ALTON—Practically new b*4rpom*. firepJag*. vaustiajo bJuwl* HWr throujhoiil, WB»ta4r» WitE «Jw men floored foiled. obatfl bMcment, g«i h*»t. Can" pro •rraage C. I. financing. Price «!*.« Call CABL or VIOLA TUSTKEN 3-5065 * Hwry Drew Agency — 9-1994 OF SALE— Covered basement, plus framing lumber. ', acre lot. Consider contract for deed. 1 block from new Jghooj : _HMgwood Heights. Ph. $150 per mo. ineofflt, Alton, apartments & 6usifi«« •pace ............. $12.000 BfN MOORE 2-174i Alfan Realty 2-2222 rTODOESS >ABK room brick, 2 years old In restricted subdivision. Large level lot. Living -oom with fireplace, dining room, -lichen, 2 bedrooms and full bath down: 3 bedrooms, full bath tip; oil hot water baseboard heating, larie radiant heated basement with fireplace, large alfarhed gorege: numerous convenient extra features. No agents. Owner transferred. $Z8.000 all 2-8533. - 4V, ROOMS * BATR-Com-' pletely modern home, gas furnace, Insulated, oak floor. In Alton, near schools and transportation. Priced CLYDE BEILSMITH; post oir it ice's"* 71, Alton. Phone Portage Dei Sioux, Mo., 9377. Z LOTS— Close lo Alton, Old Jeriev- *'"?._ P d ............. «»250 Each. 8 ROOMS, Godfrey. Nice home or Income property. Large lot, fruit trees. Terms ................. mi.OOO 4-ROOM brick, near town. Term* ............................. $8500 RIEHL AGENCY _.a-J7a2 3-5777 a.9156 ajlMB* BETHA LTO— Uptown location, e room" modern. Wall to wall carpets, drapes. S2-K8'. water heater, itoker. tile bath. Vynll tile kitchen, ijulck po«- aesslon. Attractive terms ..... $9950 ORVILLE PHEHN aoa West Main. Bethallo. Ph. SMI ELI M. GREEK, REALTOR" ALTON PROPERTY COLLEGE CHEST— 414 room modern, like new. Large floor plan, HWT. modern kitchen with tile, storm •ash, insulated, full basement, stoker heat, garage. Price .......... 110,800 COT OF ALTON-KIopmeler addition. New ranch style modern with large floor plan. Thli home has •II modern conveniences with lull basement, gas heat. Insulated, Tte- duced price .................. $12,900 3HESTWOOD DRIVE - Just out of North Alton off Godfrey highway. 5 ", room modern ranch style, 2 years old lo A-I condition. Large living room and dinette and picture window, HWF, modern kitchen with Youngstown cabinets, drapes, aluminum storm windows, screened-ln rear porch, full basement, gas heat, garage. Price ................ $16,800 ROYAL ST.. Mlddletown — 7 toom modern 8 rooms on first floor, HWK cabinets and Inlaids In kitchen and bath. Venetian blinds; 2 rooms on second flosr, full basement, atoker nea ' ........................... $8625 UPPER ALTON, Burton St.— 1 acre of level ground with lots of fruit and large garden space. With 6 room modern, 4 rooms and first floor and 3 large rooms on second floor. Full basement, atoker heat, garage. Price .............................. $11,900 DUCO ST.— Close to «i?hool and bus. 4 room in good condition, Venetian blinds, full basement, hot air furnace. Shower and stool. Garage Price ......................... $5,700 JUST OUT OF NORTH ALTON— One a^cre of ground with lots of shade and shrubbery, with a 6 room modern brick, good condition. Large floor plan, 3 bedrooms, large closet space, modern kitchen with cabinets and Inlaids. Plastered walls, basement, stoker heat, 2-car garage, Price ........................ $13,500 MILTON AREA HERBERT ST.— In restricted area. 5 room modern brick with garage attached. This home Is strictly modernistic in every respect. Call for further information. Sacrifice price, WOOD RIVER PROPERTY CENTRAL , AVE.— 4 room modern In A-l condition. Large floor plan HWF, Venetian blinds, modern kitchen with tile, full basement, stoker heat, garage. Price .......... $10,800 GRAND AVE.— Lincoln addition. 3- room home in A-l condition. Modern kitchen, full basement, shower and stool, large workshop and garage. Price ..................... $4200 PENNING AVE — 5 room modern. Good condition, plastered walls, modern kitchen, Venetian blinds, basement, ne woll furnace. Sacrifice price ...................... $5501) LORENA AVE. — Income property. 8 room modern with 3 apis.; also 3 room modern on rear of lot. Income of $200 month. Price ........ $10,500 ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS PROPERTY ROSEDALE DRIVE — Close to nrw school. New 4 room modern ranch •tyle. Large living room with fireplace and picture window, 2 large bedrooms and closet apace, modern kitchen, garage .............. $11,600 EAST ALTON WASHINGTON AVE. — New 4 room modern brick. Large floor plan, 2 bedrooms with large closet space, modern kitchen, Venetian blinds. Full baiement, gai furnace. Large lot for garden. Price ................ $13.500 BETHALTO SHERIDAN* ST.— 4 room modern, like new. Large floor plan, HWF, modern kitchen, Venetian blinds, wired for stove, insulated, full basement, oil furnace, garage. Other femures not advertised. Price ........... $8,650 4 ROOM MODWN— In 'good condition. full baaemeot, furnace heat. Large lot. Prlo* .............. $8850 LEE ST. — 3 room modern. Large floor plan in A-l condition. Modern kitchen and bath, wired for stove, glassed-in front porch, oil heat. Garage. Price .......................... $6,950 COTTAGE HILLS WILLIAM ST.— 7 room brick, modern. like new. Very large floor plan, HWF, 8 batha, large modern kitchen, Venetian blind*, full basement and oil furnace. Other feature* not advertised. Lot 78x280. Sacrifice prlof ........................ $14.850 NEUNABOR ST.— • room modern home with 1 acre of ground. Modern kitchen and bath, full basement, furnace heat, garage, some fruit. Price ... ................ ......... $7,500 ELI M. GREEK, REALTOR OPEN EVENINGS UNTII S P M. W* Have 3 Office* to Uive Vou Better Real Estate Service For t Quick Sale of Vour property Call MILTON ROAD OFFICE J-9755 UPPER ALTON OFFICE 3-7/SQ4 After 6:OQ P. M. Call Jim Grwr .......... 2-6728 Richflfd BeutttI ..... 3-8130 |mi| Kdlerhoute ..... 3-5649 Kenneth Creer ...... 2-9884 Tom C'bson ........ 2-4258 Irene Clflrk ........ 3-§§49

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