Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 4, 1971 · Page 18
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B-6 Alton Evening Telegraph Monday, Jan. 4. 1971 Obituaries Wiseman Mrs. Sophia E. Wiseman, 74, of fiflfi Wood River Ave., Ens) A!;on. t ho mother of forme: Alton Mayor Clyde Wiseman Jr., died al !):nfl p. m . Sunday at Alton Memorial Hospital. schools in Carlinvillo. He was a carpenter for construction companies all over tho Tnitori Slates, and for five years wa^ a pilot on the the P.laske P.nrfje Line-. Surviving is his sister. Mi" Ray (\aydean) HairH of Fast Alton. Friends may call from :i to fl p.m. 1 fid ay at the St itr-n Funeral Hnme. where funeral sen ices \viil be held al 2 p m. Tuesday with the Kev. !'a:il S. Krclis offir iatintr. Hurial will be in the l-ppcr Alton Cpmclerv. to the II <' l>- n'i- s.iii ( !• i hd \!i..-i !!il»r d Mil') T r-ilif.. : 11 f e S ) nnfl He!;. 1 (Clara) Pedonc of (, r« J;imo<; [''ellegrinc <>f htls and Ml-- '|f,'H:r;H PS of 'oililiaill Y;il]r\ , (';i|jf.; two M (••!.-. Mrs. drotgeCYawford of SOriilA E. WISEMAN Mrs. Wiseman, formerly of Clarksburg. W. Va., had bocn in failing health for one year. She was born in Dunkirk. Jnd., Aug. 2, 18%. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Scane.s. She was a member and past state president of WCTI' in Clarksburg and the Order of the Eastern Star Jiebekah Lodge, Bclhallo. Besides her husband, Clyde H. Wiseman Sr., she is survived by one daughter, Miss Mary Ann Wi:;einan. Wood River; two sons, Clyde Jr., and Dr. James A. of Rosewood Heights; five grandchildren; one great- grandchild; one brother, Fred II. Scanes of Clarksburg, W. Va. One sister and a .son, Quintor. II., preceded her in death. Friends may call after .'! p.m. Tuesday al the Smith Funeral Home in Alton where services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday. The Rev. w'. 0. Kcinharcli; will officiate and burial will be in Valhalla Cemetery. Mrs l.ninse redone, ^ ;M W. Aelon. \Vond River, dird al 7. .'10 p.m. Saiurdi'V al Alton Memorial llo pital. She harl lived in Alton prior to moving in Wood I fiver in She v.as burn in Palermo, Italy, .lime '.'(I. 1SS2. and came to the I'nited Slali-s in HUM. Surviving are two sons. Onofno of Allon and Louis of Wood liivor; seven i;randehiidren: and M t i;real- LTandf luldren. 11 e r huMiand. Andrew Pedone. whom she married in HHI7. preceded her in tlealli ,bily :.. HHiii. She was a member of the St. P.ernard's Catholic Church in \Voofl Kiver. where ,i f u n e r a I mass will be celebrated at ft: 30 a.m. Tuesday. Father Patrick Wi'i;:hl, pastor ()f Hie church, wiM be celebrant of the mass. I'.iirial will be in the St.. Joseph's Cemetery in Alton. Friends may call at the, Smilh Funeral Home in Wood River after 2 p.m. today. The rosary will be recited at 7 o'clock tonight. Trs Herron G I L L E S P I E — Mrs. Frances Ada Herron, 70, of Gillespie. died at 3:30 a.m. Sunday at. the St. Francis Hospital, Lit ohfield. She was born in Lifchfield, May, 28, 1891. H c r husband, Charles, preceded her in death in 19fi8. Surviving are a son, Rlapyh D. of East St. Louis; a daughter, Mrs. Daisy Rice of Cahokia; eight grandchildren; Ifi grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Virginia B. Carrico of Litchfield. The Kev. David Margrave, pastor of the Christian Church in Gillespie, will conduct funeral .services at 7:.'!0 p.m. today at the Union Funeral Home in Gillespie, where friends may call after 5 p.m. today. Tuesday morning the body will be moved to the Oaksido Cemetery in Zephyr Hills, Fla. for burial. Carter An Alton resident for years, Kdwin E. Carter, Of 1(104 E. 4th St., died 6:51) p.m. Saturday al. Yin^er Nursing Home. He wjis born April 2(5, I'illfi, In Plainview, and attended ALTON SOPHIA WISICMAN CAKL W. SHUITAKI) Visitation 7 |uu Monday Funeral I |»n Tiitv-dii.v ill UK luui'ial IIOIIM . \\ooi> uivi it LOUISE PIODONK Visitation '..' jnii Monday Funeral !l :.'!() am TiirMla.v. SI. Jicnmrd's l.'alliobr < :inn r Wood Kivoi KosHiy 7 pin Monday PEAUL HILL ran;.;ciiienl,s J WOOO KIVKK ITHAJYJ'O Chapel, \vlicrr be reeiled al K A funeral Mas; al II a.m We< Mary's Hunch. in St. Joseph's I'eliielei; •st Hilrsl, of Albert F. Travis Sr., of 638 Bowman, Kasl. Allon, died al. 12.4!) p.m. Sunday al the Allon Memorial Hospital. He had been employed at. the Olin Corp. for 45 years until his retirement, Au^. 27, 1070. He was the supervisor in the cupping department. He was born in Taylorville, 111, .Ian. 2!>, 1007. Surviving are. his widow, the former Anna Baldwin, whom he married .lime 15, 102!), in Kasl Alton; two daughters, Mrs. Belly Suhre of Detroit, Mich, and Mrs. Klva Lindsay of Herod, HI.; a son, Albert F. ,lr. of Cottage Hills; I've grandchildren; a brother, Raymond of Kasl. Alton; and I wo sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Davis of South Roxaua, and Mrs. Helen G a r d e n e r of Rosewood Heights. He was a member of the Westerner Club and Olin's Management Club. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday al Hie Marks Mortuary, where funeral services' will be held at 10:,'iO a.m. Wednesday. The Rev. Arnold Hi/or of Alliambra will officiate. Burial will be in the Milton Hill Cemetery. 0 Mrs. Mary Hellilo, HO, of Ml K. 5lh St., Alton, died ;d f,:X> p.m. Sunday in SI. Anthony's Hospital where she had boon a palieul Tor I!) days. She had lived al Hie Alton address for .'(2 years. Horn in Sam|ueea, Italy, 01; I'.ryan ('. Allen, died al 1l::i() a.m. Sunday at an Alton hospital. His hi-alth had lieen failing for two years. Me was born in Mulberry Crove, III., Sepl. 21, 18%, anil attended schools tih'To. I'efore moving lo Allon, he had farmed ill Mulberry Onivo, and worked on eou- struetion on Illinois hij.jlnvji.ys. S n r v i v i n L; are four d a u LJ h I e r s , Mrs. William (leisen, with whlim he made his home al 27l):t Ttilauo SI., Allon: Mrs. John Oslerman of Allon, Mrs. Osc;lr Showmake r.f I'lasl Alton, and Mrs. Halph ('ox of St. l.ouifc; two sons, Kalph Hurst of I'.ethallo, and Dean Hurst; Ii4 wand- children; ?,\ j'.rii'al - .tjrarirl- fhildren; two sisters, Mrs. K I h e I Blandenship of Mulberry (irnvn, and Mrs. Louis Bardsloy of 1'eoria; and ji brother, Henry of daughter and A 1'eoria. a son preceded him in ijeath. Visitation will be after 4 p.m. today al Ihe Staten Funeral Home, whore funeral services will bo held at 10 a.m. Tuesday vvilh Ihe Kev. l.jirry Jeffries, pastor of I ho Church of (lod, Ivy Ileii.jhls, official in).;. Burial will be in Ihe Uborly C e in e I. e r y in Mulberry drove. CAKKOLLTOM — William I!. Liles, 71, dil'd al I) p.m. Saturday al. his home in Carrolllou. lie was born in Jan. 27, 18!)!). Suvriving are George of Carrolllon; and a sisler, Mrs. ld|i Mea Meek of Soulli Roxalia. Visitation will be from 7 to !) p.m. loday at the Mehl Funeral Home, where funeral services will be held al 2 p.m. Tuesday. The Kev. Koherl Wagoner of ('arrollton w|ll officiate. Burial will b(.> in Ihe Carler Cemetery. ison Uin? Ihe IVixtdl officiate. Burial will Woodland Hills \\ o"d I!ivor. Kvancolical I'nited st church, where services will be held p in. Wednesday. {e\. (ilenn Huffman, of the church, will lie in the Cemetorv in Kuvlc born a molder Co. in v ears u Hi.ili. He uas in Ma eon. schools there Survivur..' are a son. \nra SaulsboiTV of Kankakee. 111.; Tandson, liobeii Anthony Alton; six riiher c.Tanrl- dren. and III irn-at- lA.MBt'Rf; — Ross Ruyle, lamlnirs. died Sunday p'tirement in July '.', IS!):?, and .iHended M. of at his home. He v.as born in Belleview. Dec. 1.1, 1SS7. Sunivitv_' are his widow, Leona; two daughters. Mrs. Helen l.oarnihan of California, and Mrs. Ruth Wangelin of Godfrey; three grandchildren; and four greatprardchildren. Funeral arranszeironts are and a in deal!]. Friends may eall from 7 to 0 p.m. Tuesday al the Anderson Funeral Home, whore funeral services will be held at II am.. Wednesday. The Rev. S. C. Coloman, pastor of Ihe St. Paul's Baptist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in the Upper Allon Cemetery. pondtiu: Funeral at the ( Home in . C. Hanks ilardin. Shcppard !icliards <;i<KKNFIF,I.,n — Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. today at. the Mehl Funeral Home in ('arrollton for (iiiy B. Hit-hards, (in, of Creenfield, who died Saturday al Boyd Memorial Hospital in CaiTollton. The Hev. Norman Eddy of (Ireenfield officiated al ' the service. Burial was in the Oak Wood Cemetery in Greenfield. Mr. Richards, who has resided in Cireenfield for the past seven years, previously lived in Rosewood Heights for :i2 years, while he was employed as an electrical foreman ;il the Shell Oil Co. lie retired after ;)!> years of service. lie was born June 2, HI01, in (ireene County. Surviving are his widow, the former Virginia ScandreU, whom he married Nov. 3, HI2(i, in Los Angeles, Calif.; a sou, R. David Richards of Rosewood Heights; and two sisters, Mrs. Verna Andrews and Mrs. Amy Scott, both of Greenfield. Mr. Richards was a member of the Presbyterian Church, the Masonic Lodge in Wood River, and had served eight years with the Navy. Members of Masonic Lodge 12!) of Greenfield conducted services al. !) p.m. Sunday at Hie Mehl Funeral Home. Carl W. Sheppard, .1,1, of 133 Thompson, Wood River, died al fi:<10 p.m. Sunday in Alton Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient e--.. \xeek. He had lived in the area for 27 years. A supervisor at Olin for 27 years, he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sheppard, and was born in Pelahatchoc, Miss., on Sept. 23, 1!)1S. He was a member of Ihe Newton Baptist Church in Delhi, La., and of the E d w a r d s v i 11 e Masonic Lodge. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Beth Roberts of Richhind, Miss.; two sons, David L. of Laurel, Miss.; and Mikel of Hidgeland, Miss.; three brothers, Buck and Woodrow of Delhi, La., and Wayne of Vicksburg, Miss.; four sisters, Mrs. J. L. Gibson of Vicksburg, Miss.; Mrs. .1. L. Stingley of Raymond, Miss.; Mrs. Hattiu Humphries of Alexandria, La.; and Mrs. Auric Lee Cupil of Tallulah, La. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at Smith Funeral Home in Alton, where services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday. The Rev. P. E. C 1 ;i y b r o o k will officiate. Jelvcr Mrs. Susan of Brit'Jiton, Saturday at mUCIITON -M. Madison, SK, died al 7: lf> a.m. the (larnetlo Chateau Niirsini; Homo in Jersi'yvillc. She was bori| Ocl. -I, IHH'.i, in 1'iasa. Her husband. Solomon (!. Madison preceded her in death. Survivors inel|idc her sister, Miss Carrie (lamp of Jerseyville, and nieces and nephews. She was a n)emb(.T of the SI. raid's Mothodisi Church in Brit'.lilon The pastor of Ihe church, the Uev. Doi| IJiley, \\lll condncl Inner, tl si i \ ices at '.' p.m. Tuesday ,jil Ihe Warner Funeral Home Burial will be ( ' o m e I o r v , .Tames Olio Belver, 7(i, of Hi W. Acton Ave, Wood River, died at. I2::!0 p.m. Sunday at Allon Memorial Hos- pilal, where he had been a palienl for 12 days. lie retired from Ihe Olin Corp. in lOlil) afler 28 years wilh UK- company. He was born DIM:. M, 1804, in Melropolis, 111. On Nov. 8, 101-1, he married Ihe former Gertrude Owens, who proceeded him in death Feb. I, 1070. Ho was a member of the Kvani-olical I lulled Methodist Church in Wood River, Ihe Men's Brotherhood of the church, and Hie Westerner Club. Snvirors include I w o daughters, Mrs. Ruth Men- iienieyer of Belhallo, and Mrs. '.I. R. Bock of Newark, Del.; five grandchildren; Iliree great • grandchildren; and throe sisters, Mrs. Kffic Merberry of St. Ann, Mo, Mrs. Flora Owens of Kd- wardsvillo, and Mrs. Cecil Godwin of Sexton, Mo. One brother preceded him ill death Friends may call at the Marks Mortuary in Wood itiver afler '.'. p.m. Tuesday until II a.m. Wednesday, when the body will be moved In ome 240? STATE STREET ALTON, iU.IN.Ols" Prices fall in 1971 NEW YORK (AP) — The i stock market opened 1971 j trading with a loss that was concentrated early this afternoon in blue chip issues. The yearend rally th.it carried major averages to 1970 highs last week dried up. at least temporarily. At. noon the Dow Jones average of :>0 industrials showed a loss of 6.70 to £;<•: ??. The Associated Press PC- stock average at noon had fallen 2.1 to -SS.s with industrials off ;V". rails off .t>, and utilities off .9. Dunns tho mormn-.; the Pennsylvania P .'. n k i n ^ & Trust Co. Philadelphia's largest bark, cut its prime londinc rate to pu r-er cent from r'-% ivr cent, but the move d'.d not attract an immediate following by other banks. Wall Street had speculated that lower interest rates might be coming early in the new year. Losers outnumbered gainers by about 200 among issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange. 12 selected stocks Following are today's noon quotations of New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area as supplied to the Alton Telegraph by Newhard Cook & Co., from its Alton branch office. The New York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 p.m. (Alton Time), so these are not the closing quotations: AT&T Clark Oil General Motors Granite City Steel .. Mobil Oil Olin Corp Owens-Illinois Sears She'" Oil Co Auto hits guard rail; man unhurt .JFHSKYYIU.K Police reported a rash of v-uuh»Msm, attempted huri'.l.mes ,-ind two auto accidents here over tho New Year \\eekomt Gary 1 Thompson, .M. Oi 609 Burke, OSC.UHX! wiun when his ear mo\\«\l down ;i mi.ird rail at I a tv, Sutul.u Police said that rhoimwn's c.ir went out of v'ontivt on the slick p.iu'ivop.t. struck .1 utility pole \vuv tn.uv and then struck tho s;u.n\i rail along the su'.ow.UK A portion of tho s - ,u.m1 was >truck, uuo tho door \\uuishieUl of tho driver's ANNOUNCEMENTS Lagol 1 Slrset to the center of r.'nrtlson Avenue; thence West on the center of Madison Avenue to the center of State Street; thenre Northwest on the center line of State Street to the center of Hawley Avenue; thence West on the center line of Hnwley Avenue and an extension of the cen the West 5 line of ANNOUNCEMENTS ship line to Legal the center of Brown ter line thereof to Section 3, Township 5 North, Range 10 West of the Third Principal Me- iUli\n thence South on the West litv of said Section 3 and the West hm> of Section 10 In said Township • ti> the State lino of the State of Illl- IIUMS in the Mississippi River; thence 'Southeasterly on tne Stnte line of the- strtte of Illinois In the Mississippi KiviM to the point of beginning. IVIttng place: IRVING SCHOOL, U'.v suto Street, Alton, Illinois. lltvriON PRECINCT NO. 2 5V<n iiu-liulp all that part of said I'ntil.-i Number M as follows: ot >n .< saui. rail and side police Ur#lnnlnR nt the Intersec'irn of tnc ,-c-ni.Ms of Stnte Street ano Haw- \f\- Avflmie In the City of Alton; mrm-f Wrst on the center line of Hawlry Avenue nnd an extension of a\c tenter lino thereof, to the West llup of Section 3, Township 5 North, H.-inae 10 West of the Third Principal Meridian; thence North on s:ild West line to the Southwest cor HIM- of Section 34 In Godfrey Town- Street; thence Southwest on the center line of Brown Street to the center of Pearl Street; thence Northwest on the center line of Pearl Street to the crntrr of Liberty Street, thence North on the center linj of Liberty Streel to the center center line of 12th Street to the point of beginning. Polling Place: WASHINGTON SCHOOL. 02!) Mllnor Avenue. Alton. Illinois. ELECTION PRECINCT NUMBER 5 shall Include all that part of said District Number II as follows: Beginning at the State line of the Stnte of Illinois in the Mississippi River at the center of Langdon Street In the City of Alton, extended South, thence North on the center line of Langdon Street. M extended to the center of 6th Street; thence cast on the center line of 6th Street 10 the center of Liberty Street; thence North on the center line of Liberty Street to the center of Pearl Street; thence Southeasterly on the center line of Pearl Street to the center of Brown Street; thence Northeasterly on the center line of Brown Street to the West line of Wood River Congressional Township No. 5 North, Range 9 West; thence South on said Township line to the State line of the State of 1111 ship. I West an; line Townshi of the hip Thi 6 North, Range 10 rd Principal Merldl- thence Easterly on the South of said Section 34 In Godfrey Township and continuing along the South line of Section 35 In Godfrey Township, to the Intersection of Delmar Avenue and Strong Avenue; thence North along the center line nols In the Mlsslssli Northwest on the ipl River, thence itate line of the State of Illinois In the Mississippi River to the point of beginning. 48% 20 78% 11% 57% 17% 75% 47% Burial will Cemetery. be in Roselawn Carl L. Rosa, 72, of 6412 Godfrey Road, who owned and operated the Godfrey Food Shop for .several years, died at 7::)5 p.m. Sunday at. St, Anthony's Hospital where lie had been a patient for 23 days. Mr. Rosa had been in failing health for three years, lie retired in 19G7 from the I'orl store. Prior to entering Ihe food retailing business, he was employed by the Prudential Life Insurance Co. He was born March 4, 1897, in Hamburg, 111. the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Rosa. lie was married Feb. 12, 1933, in Alton to the former Margaret O'Leary. Mr. Kosa was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Godfrey, the Masonic Lodge in Hamburg and the Alton Eagles Lodge. Me was also the first president of the Bar- bershoppers Quartet, an Alton area musical group, and a veteran of WW I. In addition lo his wife, he is survived by two brothers, Omar of Ilardin and Russell of Banning, Calif. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Gent Chapel. Alton, where friends may call from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 lo !) p.m. Tuesday. The Rev. William Lechrone will officiate and burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Godfrey. Mortlaiid to (><> rfintlidnt<> in Kant Alton Lester Mortland of 821 Amherst Ave. in Fast Alton has become the Ifllh residnet to take out a petition for the village board of trustees. Candidates have until Jan. 11 to take out petitions for the three seats on the board. The first filing date is Jan. II, with Feb. '>'> being the last day to withdraw. Correction James Green is the owner and occupant of a home destroyed by fire last Tuesday a t ti04 Sunset Drive, Meadowbrouk. In a story carried Wed- n e s d a y the Telegrpah mistakenly said Green's home address was unknown. Squibb Beechnut 70% Standard Oil (Ind.) .... 52% Standard Oil (N.J.) .... 72% U.S. Steel 321/s Weather stimulates buying CHICAGO (AP) — Heavy snow arid falling temperatures over wide sections of the nation's central area stimulated the buying of commodity futures on the Chicago Board of Trade Monday. Corn futures advanced nearly 2 cents a bushel and wheat, soybeans and oats around 1 cent. Soy meal and oil also were in demand. Iced broilers were weak. Reports that portions of Iowa were snowbound and roads snow and ice-covered created the early demand for corn futures. The theory was, that the inclement weather would prevent farmers from marketing their vitally needed corn. As prites advanced nearly 2 cents, however, local professionals took profits and several options fell back. Wheat futures also came under some quick and early profit taking but the demand for oats continued. Soybean meal futures also were generally bought on the premise that the inclement weather would stimulate demand. Nearby options advanced up to $I.3!"i a ton before prices turned around. The buying of oil futures followed an irregular opening but support withered when beans weakened. The government reported oil stocks increased around 20 per cent in November over the previous month and this also contributed to liquidation. After about an hour, wheat was '(< cent a bushel lower lo % higher, March l.fiK%; corn was % to l 1 ^ ccnls higher, March l.fiG'fc; oats wore ',.'1 to !'« higher. March 77 ; !,'i cents and soybeans were 14 lower to !s higher, .lanuary \\ ia\io«* were bivken out at l.; f .!do>'s Quick Shop and a rr.e'.il box which contained stow ivcoiMs was taken at y 0;> p m. Sunday. Shattered windows were reported in a house under renovation police said. Some of the windows were shot with 1>B pellets and one was broken by a concrete block. Gasoline w.us stolen from t r u c k s parked at the Mobil Service Station. A reflector was broken off of one of the truck owned by the Hankies and McCoy Trucking Co. of Elkhart, Ind. The trucks were parked at the station over the weekend. An attempted burglary at Goetten's Service Station was reported Sunday- morning. The would-be burglars had broken out. a glass over the door lock but did not get into the station. Livestock prices at St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) — Estimates for Tuesday: Hogs 8.500; cattle 2,000 calves 100; sheep 500. Hogs 8,500; 1-2 210-230 Ibs 16.50-16.75; 1-3 200-230 Ibs 16.00-16.60, 230-250 Ibs 15.7516.25; 2-4 220-240 Ibs 15.5016.00, 240-270 Ibs 15.00-15.75; 3-4 260-300 Ibs 13.50-14.00, a few 300-330 Ibs 12.50; sows 1-3 300-400 Ibs 12.25-12.75; 2-3 400600 Ibs 11.75-12.00; boars 9.5010.00. Cattle 2,500; calves 50; slaughter steers, 3 loads high choice and prime 1,075-1,200 Ibs 29.00-29.25; choice 950-1,200 Ibs 27.75-28.50, mixed good and choice 27.00-27.75, good 25.50-27.00; slaughter heifers, high choice and prime 850-975 Ibs 26.50-26.75, choice 800-1,000 Ibs 26.00-26.50. mixed good and choice 25.50-26.00, cows, commercial 17.00-20.00, utility 1.8 . 0 0 - 2 2 . 0 0, bulls, utility commercial and good 24.0025.00; calves choice 35.0038.00, good 3 0.00-34.00. of Strong Avenue to the intersection of the center line of Harold Street; Thence East upon the center line of Hnrold Street to the center line of U S Highway 67 and State Route 111; thence North along the center line of U.S. Highway 67 and State Route 111 tlon 35 Polling Place: HUMBOLDT to the North line of Sec- in Godfrey Township; thence East on the North line of Sections 35 and 36 In said Godfrey Township to the center of the Gulf, Mobile and Ohio Railroad cut-off route; thence Southeast on the center line of said Railroad to the West Line of Wood River Congressional Township No. S North, Range 9 West; thence South on said Township line to the center line of Rlley Avenue In the City of Alton extended Easterly; thence West on said center of Rlley Avenue, extended Easterly and Westerly, to the center of the Gulf, Mobile and Ohio (formerly Alton) Railroad, City Route; thence South on the center line of said Railroad to the center of 20th Street; thence West on the center line of 20th Street to the center of old Belle Street; thence North on the center line of old Belle Street to the center of Madison Avenue; thence Westerly on the center of Madison Avenue to the center of State Street; thence Northwest on the center line of State Street to the point of beginning. Polling Place: McKINLEY SCHOOL, 121 West Elm Street, Alton, Illinois. ELECTION PRECINCT NUMBER P. shall Include all that pnrt of said District Number 11 as follows: Beginning at the State line of the State of Illinois In the Mississippi River and the extension of the center of Market Street In the City of Alton; thence North on the center line of Market Street to the center of 20th Street; thence East on the center line of 20th Street to the center line of Langdon Street, extended North; thence South on the center of Langdon Street and its extensions to the center of 12th Street; thence East on the center line of 12th Street to the center of Liberty Street; thence South on the SCHOOL, 1028 East Sixth Street. Alton. Illinois. ELECTION PRECINCT NUMBER G shall Include all that part of said District Number 11 as follows: Beginning at the State line of the State of Illinois in the Mississippi River and the Intersection of the West line of Wood River Congressional Township No. 5 North, Range 9 West; thence North on said Township line to the center of Washington Avenue in the City of Alton; thence Northeast on the center line of Washington Avenue to the center of Sanford Avenue; thence South and East on the center line of Sanford Avenue and an Easterly extension of the center thereof to the center of Brookslde Avenue, extended North; thence South on the center of Brookside Avenue extended North and South to the State line of the State of Illinois in the Mississippi River; thonce Northwesterly on the State line of the State of Illinois in the Mississippi River to the point of beginning. Polling Place: CLARA BARTON SCHOOL, 409 Main Street, Alton, Illinois. ELECTION PRECINCT NUMBER 7 shall include all that part of laid District Number 11 as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the centers of Washington Avenue and Sanford Avenue in tbo City of Alton: thence South and East on the center line of Sanford Avenue to the center of Eastwood Avenue; thence North on the center line of Eastwood Avenue and an extension of the center thereof, to the center of Spaulding Street and continue North center line of Liberty center of 6th Street; on the center line of Street to the thence West 6th Street to the city the center of Langdon Street; thence South on the center line of Langdon Street and an extension of the center thereof Southerly to the State line of the State of Illinois in the Missis sippi River; thence Northwest on the State line of the State of Illinois In the Mississippi River to the point of beginning. Polling Place: LINCOLN SCHOOL, 1021 Alton Street, Alton. Illinois. ELECTION PRECINCT NUMBER 4 shall Include all that part of said District Number 11 as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the centers of Langdon Street and 12th Street in the City of Alton; thence North on the center line of Langdon Street and an extension thereof to 20th Street; thence East on the center line of 20th Street to the center of the Gulf, Mobile and Ohio (formerly Alton) Railroad, City ANNOUNCEMENTS Legal Legal — Jan. 4, 1071 Route; line of thence North on said Railroad to the Ihe center center of Riley Avenue in the City of Alton extended West; thence East on the center line of Riley Avenue, extended East and West to the West line of Wood River Congressional Township No. 5 North, Range 9 the center of Spaulding Street to old corporate limit line of the ...., of Alton as it existed prior to December 1959; thence East on said line to the center of Rodgers Avenue; thence North on the center line of Rodgers Avenue to the center of Fullerton Avenue; thence East on the center line of Fullerton Avenue and extension to the center of the Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio Railroad cutoff route; tnence Northwest on the center line of said Railroad to the West line of Wood River Congressional Township No. 5 North, Range 9 West; thence South on said Township line to the center of Washington Avenue in the City of Alton; thence Northeast on the center line of Washington Avenue to the point of beginning. Polling Place: HORACE MANN SCHOOL, 2708 Edwards Street, Alton, Illinois. ELECTION PRECINCT NUMBER 8 shall include all that part of said District Number 11 as follows: Beginning at the State line of the State of Illinois In the Mississippi River and the Southerly extension of the center of Brookside Avenue In Wood River Township; thence North on the center of Brookside Avenue and its extensions, to the center of Sanford Avenue, extended Easterly; thence West on the center of Sanford Avenue as extended to the center of Eastwood Avenue; thence North on the center line of Eastwood Avenue and an extension of the center thereof, to Spaulding Street; thence continue North on the center of Spaulding Street to the old corporate limit line of the city of Alton as it existed prior to December 19S9; thence East on said City limits to the center of Rodgers Avenue; thence North on the center line of Rodgers Avenue to the center of Fullerton Avenue; thence East on West; tnence South on said Town- the center line of Fullerton Avenue EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL ELECTION ALTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL, DISTRICT NUMBER 11, MADISON AND JERSEY COUNTIES, ILLINOIS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Saturday, the Thirtieth (30th) day of January, 1071, a Special Election will he hukl In and for Alton Community Unit School District Number 11, Madison and Jersey Counties. Illinois, for (he purpose of submitting to the voters of said Si'hool District the following proposition : PROPOSITION Shall the Board of Education of Allon Community Unit School District Number 11, Madison and .Irrst'y Counties, Illinois, be uu- Ihori/od to acquire a site in the Godfrey area and build and equip thereon n school building, and to pay tin; cost thereof issue bonds of the said District in the uggrcgntR principal amount of Two Million Two Hundred Thousand Uollnrs ($^,200,000.00)? For Ihe purpose of this election the. School District shall be divided Into Iwclve (12) precincts, and the hnmularlOH of said election precincts and tho polling places within each election precinct are as follows: ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 1 Khali Include all that part of said District Number 11 as follows: IJugmniny at the State line of the State of Illinois in the Mississippi River and the extension of the center of Market Slice! in the City of Alton, Illinois; thence North on the center lino of Market Street to the center of 20th Street; thence. West on Ihe center line of 20th Street to tho center of old Uello Street; thence North on tho center lino of old Belle BODY SHOP FOREMAN For GM Dealer. Full Company Benefits, profit sharing, insurance, and excellent salary,. Write Box 890 in Core of the ASton Evening Telegraph FINANCIAL & poultry at East St. Lou is ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs, consumer grades: A large 3,142, A medium ,'!0-39. A small 17-27, B large 1(4-38. Eggs, wholesale grades: standard 25-27,- medium 21-23, unclassified 17-19, pullet 15-16, graded large 30-32, peewees 11. Hens: heavy !); light over 5'i Ibs 6; under 5& 3. Ready to cook broilers and fryers 20.25-27.25 for this week's delivery. LOANS We- liiivn money AVAILABLE UI;AI, lisrAri' LOANS such as: APARTMENTS—All Sizes NURSING HOMES SlIKl.Tlitt CARL 7 . HOMES O THICK UUILniNCiS—FARMS SHOl'lMNfi CENTERS— All Sizes TAVKKNS - SUPPER CLUBS - AIOTIU.S - RESORTS CAMPGROUNDS WILL REFINANCE YOUR CONTRACT I-'OR DEEDS ON ANY REAL ESTATE SECOND MORTGAGE- All Amounts NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION LOANS We presently huvc 8 r !> money available for loans CALL OR WRITE Mr. H. Adams MORGAN MORTGAGE CO., INC. 400 Eusi Randolph Drive Suite 719 Chicago, Illinois 1'lKlnc (312) 644-5340 ' SALESMEN--- WILL YOU EARN $15,000 IN 1971? INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION Needs men to service and increase established accounts. AGE NOT IMPORTANT — DESIRE IS Today's executives were Hired in their 20's, 30's, 40's, 50's. ARE YOU: • Age 21 or over • Aggressive • Ambitious • In good health? • High School graduate or better? IF YOU QUALIFY WE GUARANTEE • Immediate High Income • Position with futurity income • Pension and Savings Plan • Two week all-expenses paid Training in Chicago, III. • Be guaranteed $800.00 a month to start • Unlimited advancement opportunities - No seniority ACT TODAY to insurt tomorrow! Call for an Appointment and Personal Interview Jan. 4, S, 1971 462-1011 9:00 AM—7:00 PM

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