Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 5, 1971 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph Tuesday, January 5, 1971 B-5 Obituaries Harper Mrs. Alice Harper, widow Of Guy Harper. former Madison County Treasurer, died at 12:10 p.m. Monday at the Wood River Township Hospital, where she had been a patient for a week. She resided at 241 Ferguson Ave., Wood River. Mrs. Hartper was born Nov. 24, 1891, in Arkansas, and was married in 1911 in Fulton, Tenn. She was a member of the Assembly of God Church in Wood River. Suvivors include a daughter, Mrs. Maurine Searcy of East Alton; three grandchildren; two great- grandchildren; and three sisters, Mrs. Ellen Humphreyes of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Stella McMorries and Miss Esther Harper, both of Clinton, Ky. A son, Buford, preceded her in death in 1947. Visitation will be after 4 p.m. t oday at the Marks Mortuary in Wood River, where the Rev. Ronald Callahan of Wood River will conduct funeral services at 1 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in the Woodland Hills Cemetery. Pocahontas. who died July 2, 1057. Surviving are a daughter. Mrs. Walter Volkmar, Granite City: two sisters. Mrs. Orville Kircher and Mrs. George Mclntyre. and two brothers. Paul and Willard Weiss, all of Millersburg, 01.. two grandchildren and her mother. Mrs. Amanda Weiss, of Millersburg. Besides her husband, her son, Morris, precded her in death, in 1966. Friends may call at Weber Funeral Home, Edwardsville, after 6 p.m. Tuesday until 11 a.m. Wednesday, when the body will be taken to May Funeral Home. Pocahontas for visitation after 2 p.m. Wednesday. Services will be held at the Pocahontas United Methodist Church, the Rev. Niles Stone, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Robinson Cemetery, Pocahontas. Baker a.m. Sunday. He and the former Shirley Marie Ory, whom he married in Flint. Mich., in 1950. Made their home at 2455 Alhy St., Alton. He was born in Lutesville. Mo., Feb. 5, 1918. In addition to his widow, he leaves two daughters. Mrs. Cleo Fowler of Wood River, and Miss Lana Liley of Alton; two grandchildren; four brothers, Leemon L. and Claude, both of Flint. Mich., Orville of Lutesville, Mo., and Curtis of Alton; and a sister, Mrs. Samuel Carr of Flint, Mich. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. today at the Burke Funeral Home, where the rosary will be recited at 8:15 tonight. A funeral mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the St. Mary's Catholic Church in Alton. Burial will be in the Rose Lawn Memory Gardens in Bethalto. Albert FT. McF,vers; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Meyer, all of Jersey ville: and his paternal great - grandfather, Albert J. McEvers of Fieldon. There will be no visitation at the funeral home. Pruilt Ohley Graveside services were held at 9 a.m. today at the St. Patrick's Cemetery for James Henry Ohley, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James P. Ohley Jr. of 1208 Norton, Alton. Msgr. James A. Sud- des, pastor of the St. Mary's Catholic Church, officiated. The infant died at birth Sunday morning at St. Joseph's Hospital. In addition to his parents, surviving are maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hinthorne of Alton; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. .Tamers Ohley Sr. of Alton; paternal great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ohley of Springfield; and Maternal great • grandmother, Mrs. John Wethington of Alton. One sister preceded him in death. Clayton EDWARDSVILLE - Mrs. lola Clayton, 62, of 1412 Eberhart, Edwardsville, died in her home Monday afternoon. A daughter found her lying on the floor about 2 p.m. when she came to visit her mother, who lived alone. Mrs. Clayton was a 15-year resident of Edwardsville and previously lived in Pocahontas, 111. She was born in Enid, Okla., on April 9, 1908 and was married to Howard Clayton of Emil Floyd Baker. 72, of 2403 LaSalle Drive, Alton died at 8:30 a.m. today at the Blu Fountain Manor Nursing Home in Godfrey. His health had been failing for five years. In 1063 he retired from the shipping department of the Machine Shop of Owens- Illinois Inc. after 20 years with the company. Previously he had been a farmer in Calhoun County. He was born Oct.. 27, 1898, in Gilead, 111., and in October of 1919 he married the former Lusetta Kinder in St. Louis. Mr. Baker was a member of the Lutheran Church in Batchtown, the Greenwood Lodge 421 of Alton, and the Golden Emblem Club of Owens-Illinois. In addition to his widow, he leaves a son, Glenn of Stanford, Conn.; four daughters, Mrs. Vera Landis of Durham, N. C., Mrs. Evelyn Birmingham of Alton, Mrs. LaVon Gent of St. Louis, and Mrs. Edwina Traitor of Pearl River, N. Y.; and 11 grandchildren. Two brothers preceded him in death. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Thursday at the Gent Funeral Home, where members of the International Order of Odd Fellows will conduct services at 8 p.m. Thursday. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at the funeral home and burial will be in the Rose Lawn Memory Gardens in Bethalto. Hoffmann KANE — A retired farmer of Kane. C. Logan Pruitt, 86, was pronounced dead ily Hospital at. 10:45 a.m. on arrival at Jersey Commun- Monday. He was born Dec. 21. 1884, in Jersey County, and lived all of his life in the area. Surviving are his widow, the former Elsie Grizzle, and a daughter, Miss Bonnie Sue Pruitt of Kane. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home in Jerseyville with the Rev. Earl D. Clagg officiating. Burial will be in the Kane Cemetery. Friends may call Liley The owner of a used car lot on East Broadway in Alton for several years, Joe Liley, 52, was pronounced dead on arrival at, Alton Memorial Hospital at 1:45 HIGHLAND — Mrs. Olivia L. Hoffman, 75, of 611 12th St., Highland, died at 8:20 p.m. Monday at. St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, where she had been a patient 18 days. She was born Sept. 19, 1895, in Vandalia, 111. Her first husband, Louis Luber, whom she married in October of 1917, preceded her in death in 1932. She later married George Hoffman on April 11, 1942, in St. Louis. He died Dec. 7, 1906. Surviving are four sons, Oliver L. Luber of Breese, III, Howard E. Luber of London, England, Ralph 0. Luber of Bethalto, and Leon E. Luber of Aviston, 111.; two daughters, Mrs. Catherine Koelz of Highland, and Mrs. Gladys Windsor of Granite City; two half-brothers, Rudolph Weidner of St. Elmo and Julius Weidner of Salem, 111.; a sister, Mrs. Wilhelmina Jakel of Highland; two half- sisters, Mrs. Catherine Harrison of Aniboy, 111., and Mrs. Floss Cruzen of Vandalia; and nine grandchildren. One brother and a sister preceded her in death. She was a member of the St. Paul's Catholic Church in Highland, the St. Ann Altar .Society, and the Daughters of Isabella. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Lawrence Wiskirchen will be celebrant of a funeral mass offered for Mrs. Hoffmann at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the St. Paul's Catholic Church. Burial will be in the Joseph's Cemetery Highland. Friends may call at Spengel-Boulanger Funeral Home in Highland after 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. The scripture service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Services 2 pm Wednesday, Gent Chapel Rev. William Lechrone officiating Burial St. Patrick's Cemetery In state at the chapel 2-5 and 7-9 pm Tuesday. EMIL FLOYD BAKER Services 1 pm Friday, Gent Chapel Burial Roselawn Memory Gardens In state at the chapel after 2 pm Thursday I.O.O.F Services 8 pm Thursday Visitation 3 pm Tuesday Funeral 11 am Wednesday at the funeral home. BETHALTO PEARL HILL Visitation T-SJ pm tonight. Services 1 pm Wednesday funeral ALTON-WOOD BIVKK BETHA1/TO p.m. today home. at. the after 3 funeral Hill Mrs. Pearl Hill, 72, of 2349 Virden, Alton, died at 5:55 a.m. Sunday at the Pleasant Rest Nursing Home in Collinsville. Only survivors are cousins. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m. today a t the Smith Funeral Home in Bethalto, where funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday. The Rev. Father Roger Simpson, pastor of the Our Lady Queen of Peace Church in Bethalto will officiate. Burial will be in the Short Cemetery in Foster Township. Winner Henry B. Adams of lite. 2, Godfrey, won a 1071. Pinto in » drawing sponsored by Uarlel'f's clothing stores, celebrating their 25th anniversary. Market advances moderately with trading fairly active Ziprich St. in the McEvers SOPHIA WISEMAN JERSEYVILLE — Funeral services for John Mathew McEvers, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Burl Leon McEvers, Sr. of 100 Morean St., will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Gubser Funeral Home. The Rev. John Graham of Godfrey will officiate and interment will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. The infant was born at 9:55 a.m. Sunday at Jersey Community Hospital and died there 25 minutes later. Besides his parents, the infant, is survived by four brothers; Burl Leon, Jr., Jeffrey Scott, Robert Jay and his paternal Mr. and Mrs. A former resident of Michael, 111., Mrs. Margaret E. Ziprich, 71, died at 10:30 p.m. Monday at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis. She was born in Calhoun County, May 26, 1899. Surviving are a son, Vincent M. of Alton; and two daughters, Mrs. Adrian Ingersoll of East Alton and Mrs. Derald Barnard of Sedalia, Mo., with whom she made her home for the past, four years. She also leaves two brothers, Joseph and John Herkert, both of Michael; and two sisters, Mrs. Charles Roth of Michael, and Mrs. William C. Wright of Peoria. There are also three grandchildren and seven great - grandchildren. A sister preceded her in death. Funeral arrangements are pending at the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home in Hardin. Ruyle funeral Visitation will begin after 3 p.m. today at the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home in Hardin for Ross Ruyle, who died Sunday at his home in Hamburg. The Rev. E. Robert. Waterhouse of Batclitown will conduct funeral services at 2 p.m. Wednesday at. the funeral home. Burial will be in the Hamburg Cemetery. Joseph Ray; grandparents. VACUUM CLEANERS NEW-USED & REBUILT FAIRFAX SERVICE CENTER MM Thomas, Alton 4(12-4537 28 N. Wood River Ave., W.R. 254-7130 Rosa funeral Friends may call at the Gent Funeral Home from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today for Carl L. Hosa, who died Sunday at the St. Anthony's Hospital. In lieu of flowers, the First United Methodist Church in Godfrey has been designated as a memorial. The Rev. William Lechrone, pastor of the church, will conduct funeral services at '1 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Burial will be in the St. Patrick's Cemetery. NEW YOHK (AP)—Thr s t o c k market, advanced moderately in fairly active trading early this afternoon, a f I e r President Nixon's statements Monday night on his plans and outlook for the economy. At noon the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials had gained 4.04 to SIM.(>1. The Associated Press (i(l- stock average at noon was ahead .!) at 289.0 with industrials up 1.9, rails up 5 and utilities up .1. Nixon said in a television interview that he did not plan to ask for new taxes or wage and price guidelines or controls, and predicted that business would improve in 1971 and 1972. A Wall Street analyst said there was little new in the President's remarks on the 12 seleeled slorl.s 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 All on 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 49V, Clark Oil 1!)'% General Motors 79'/ K Granite City Steel Jl'/i Mobil Oil 57% Olin Corp 18 Owens-Illinois 50% Sears 7f> Shell Oil Co '17% Squibb Beechnut 71 1 /, Standard . Oil (Ind.) .. r>:j'/ x Standard Oil (N..I.) .... U.S. Steel NOW IS THE TIME.... to start a Savings Plan in your CREDIT UNION For L The 1971 Holiday Season. <^J economy but that, there was nothing in them to discourage investors. Advances held a margin of nearly 2 to 1 over declines among issues traded on the Livestock prices al Easl Si. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) — Estimates for Wednesday: Hogs 7,001); cattle 900; calves 50; sheep 301). Hogs S),t)()0; barrows and gilts 25 to 50 lower; 1-2 200-230 Ibs 1 (>.()()-l(i.2, r >; 1-3 200-240 Ibs 15.75-1.0.00; 240-200 Ibs 15.5015.75; 2-4 240-200 Ibs 15.0015.50; 200-280 Ibs 14.00-15.00; sows steady to 25 lower; 1-3 300-400 Ibs'l2.()0-12.75; 2-3 400500 Ibs 11.50-12.00; boars 9.5010.00. Cattle 3,000; calves 100; steers steady to 25 lower; steers high choice and prime 1,075-1,150 Ibs 29.00; choice 925-1 ,200 Ibs 27.50-2H.50; heifers choice and prime 900950 Ibs 20.75; choice 800-1,000 New York Stock Exchange. Big block transactions inc 1 u d e !I5,000 shares of Whirlpool, up % at 07, and 45,200 shares of Texas "Eastern Transmission, off Vi at 40. Tenneco, up % at Wy\, led the Big Board's most-active list. Steels, farm implements, a i r c r a f I. s , electronics, chemicals, and airlines were mostly higher. Soybean futures advance ANNOUNCEMENTS Legal I eg.il 3911 — .Ian. r> 12 1!) '71 CT.AIM NOIK F. STATE OF ILI.INOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T IIF THIRD .lt:mr IA1. ( IRf fi r MADISON COUNI Y I'RonA rr. DIVISION IN THF. MATTF.R OF III! P.S TAIF OF SOPHIA nrcK in CFASFD. No. 70-IM2 7'J'? Notice is Riven of the death of the above. Hate T.otters Were Issued. !)e- cemher 30. 1970. Fxecutor William Fvercti Ruck of 107 Vanrtnrcn Street. Helvidere. 1 Ilinois. Attorney: ,)ohn W. Hoofer! of Alton. Illinois. ( lainis aj-:iinst the estate mny be filed in (lie office of the < ircuit Court, Prohate Division. County ((Mirtiious* in Fdwai dsville. Illinois, within 7 innnths from date of issuance of letters; and any claim not so filed is haned as to the estate invoMot jod wiihin that period. Also, copies of claims must be mailed or delivered to the exertnnr and to the attorney WIL1.ARD V. I'ORIFI.I. clerk of the circuit ( ourt l.ei;al 3nin — .Inn. r. ]'l 19 '71 CLAIM NOTICF: STATI-: 01- ILLINOIS IN I UK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD .lUIHCIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY. PROHAI F DIVISION IN TIII: MATTFR or THE r.s TAM: OF NFI.I.IF: i. .IONFS. DF CI.ASI D. No. 70-PI2-V:!. r i Notice is [>lvcn of the death of the ahove. Date l.rttrrs Were Issued. I)e <:ember III. 1970 I'xeculor; First National Ran and Trust Company of Alton. Illinois Attorney: Schlafly, (iodfrey an •'llzp.ernM of Alton, Illinois, claims against the estate may h lied In the office of the Clreii 'ourl, Probate Division. Count '(nuthouse in F.dwardsvllle, tlllnni vlthin 7 months from date of issi \nce of letters; and any claim in filed is barred as to Hie estal nvcntorlod within that period. Alsi copies ol claims must he mailed < lelivered lo Iho executor and to Ih Utorney WILLARD V. PORTFI.I. clerk of the (Ircuit Court l.ei'.al .Win—.Inn. r. 7 '71 — KFQUF.ST FOR BIDS The city of Alton will receive hli for one (1) station wa|>on for t F'lre Department. Hlds will bo celved until '.'. P.M. .Innnarv 20. 197 when they will he publicly open and read. Specifications mny .secured at the Office of the Cl Comptroller. Room 100. City llnl Alton, Illinois, or call 4fi. r i-23:«. Mrs. Rita II. Schonffc City Comptroller I.ORnl ,WM — .inn. 5 12 1!) '71 NOI icr: Notice' Is hereby jjlvon on t pendency of n suit In the Clrcul Court of Madison County, Till .Indlelal Circuit, Udwnrdsvllle, I nois, wherein (iLORIA .1. .STliN NF: IT Is Plaintiff nnd LARKY STIiN- NKTT Is Defemlnnl, which suit Is No. 70-D-MIO In Chancery and Is Tor a Divorce. The Defendant, LAHRY STFNNFTT, Is to hn served by pnhlicatlon. Defnult mny he taken on or after February H, IH71 In the Courthouse,. In F.dwnrdsvlllo, Illinois. WILLARD V. POHTFA.L Clerk of the Circuit Court Madison County Courthouse Filwnrxlsvllle, Illinois. .lames .1. Massa Attorneys for Plaintiff 109 Kind Clay .Street Collinsville. Illinois Lei-al :mi2 — .Ian. f> f! 7 '71 Tin; llouslni' Authority. City of Alton, will accept bids for the fol- lowlnit. until 4:00 p.m., January Kl, 1971, at Its office :ill(i Acorn Street, Alton, IlllnolN 02(102. One, one-half ton nlelt-np trnrk, with standard shift, healer equipped. Mldders are requested to plainly write the words TRUCK DID on the ulslde of their lilrt proposal. MOUSING AUTHORITY CITY OF ALTON II. T. 1UINYAN F.xecutlve, Director ANNOUNCEMENTS Lest—Strayed—Stolen 10 LOST — White and brown part Bcaple nnd pnrt Shepherd. Answers In mime "MMfje." Blue collar with w.iitn stones. Vicinity Sprin* Haven. (Injured.) •t6fi-2'l07. If) — (i LOST. SUNDAY—2700 block College, malr white poodle. Red collar and chain. f'hlM's pet. Name "Beau." HJNO—Bowling •«:a. .162-8052. ball, In Godfrey )ST — $25 reward. Male Beagle, earing black collar. Rosewood fights area. Answers to "Rang" " — f; -- )S1" — DOR, part Beagle. part si-». Lost In North Alton vlcln- \. If found, plrnso call 4B2-3729 f'tor !> p.m. OUND — Small Appaloosa horse. :all 462-937R after 6 p.m. OST — Gold Charm bracelet, keep- ake. Liberal reward. 462-3875 af- er 5 p.m. _ 6 . OST — Kmnll IpdRer book, dally records, in vicinity of Jasper & VashiiiRlon. Ro-vard. Call 465-1048. o — n OS I IN FOSTERBURO AREA— lek and white pnrl Scottie and Wire Terrier, male dos. Answers o "Hooter." Wearing collar. Ph. -rmr> or 2596728 o — r. OST—Set of B or 7 keys on ring. Reward. 4P2-1955. Notices 11 i .._ r. iOOD COUNTRY AND WESTERN CiROUP will play for clubs and organizations. References. 465-1010 or 4C2-8!tD2. 11 — r, NOTICE — From this day forward I will no longer bo responsible foi any debts contracted by anyone other thnn myself. . Signed—ltlanr.be O. Penny 1824 Kennedy Ave., Alton. 111. 11 — TF TO FAMILY WANT AD USERS PLEASE PHONE THE DAY BEFORE PUBLICATION On Many Wednesday! and Thurs- dny.i It Is neceaiary. due to mechanical problems to set the deadline earlier. Please call the day before you wish your ad to be published to give Your TELE-AD-VISOR ample time to carefully and correctly proceBi your ad. , PHONE 465-6641 BetwMn • a.m. - 5 p.m. Mcedny through Friday. 'Til 1 p.m. Saturday CLASSIFIED COMMERCIAL AD- VERT1SINQ OF ALL TYPES 10 a.m. Day previous deadline or see rate card. Card of Thanks 2 WE WISH TO THANK nil our Iriendii and relatives who so.nl cards and romeinhered UK In nny way on our !iOlli weddlnit anniversary Dee. 2. .lames (Dock) Ki Gladys Uiltlis, Apache .Hmcliiin, Ari/.. Riders 11A HA — r. RIDE WANTED from Stnto St. to Vicinity of Grand and Llndell, St. Louis. Hrs. 8 to 4 or 4:30. 462-2328. HA — (1 RIDER WANTED — 8:30 to 4:30. Ibs 2«.011-20.50; cows utility cows utility 1H.OO-21.50; few Holsleins 22.00; bulls 24.0025.00; choice vcalers IIS.OO- 38.00; few selected M.OIMO.OO. Sheop 400; lambs choice and prime HO-110 Ibs 25.00; choice 2:1.50-24.50; ewes II.OO- Kggs & poultry al Si. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs, consumer grades: A large 3541, A medium 30-3!), A small l(i-27, B large 33-3K; wholesale & r a d e s : standard 25-27, mediums 21-2.'!, unclassified 17-111. liens: heavy !); light !>'{, Ibs (i; under V/ 2 Ibs .'!. Two execs win promotions Shddon II. Hutt lias been nnmctl rrumancr of inarkeliii^ onKinurrin^ and research, and Muslin A. Lilley as manager of marketin^ engineering, of the Olin Corp. brass Division, it has been announced. Both men will continue to maintain their headquarters in Kasl Alton. The change represents the phasing out of an old division at Olin. Olin's research efforts Hit; past Id years provided the Brass Uivi: marketing people with a variety of new proprieiaiv products and processes. Tin.' new department, \vhrh is engineering oriented, is responsible for specifics!ions and technical assistance to customers as well as lor developing new markets, a company spokesman said. Chief marketing engineer and marketing engineer j) o K i t i o n s have been established at the division's locations, Kast Allori; New liuven, Conn.; and Waterbury, Conn. The marketing engineering group will work with the nationwide field sales force to develop new applications and markets for all Olin I'.rass products, including the copper alloy, ni'-kel. and stainless steel products manufactured by the Sinners Thin Strip Products (.;roup. Uutt joined Olin in l!M(i as sale;; eiif.incer for labni'aied products and then served in a number ol sales engineering and market development position:-, with the company In HKili lie was named duel market development engineer and two promoted market research l.illev joined Olin in \W>'i as a technical sales advisor and in ]!)(i7 was named manajvr of technical services Tor l'o;-,i| Bond clad metal prodii' 1 !;. Two years later he \vas ap pointed sales manager lor I'osit Itoml ])i(Kli»'ts. Lilley holds a B.S. decree in metallurgical ciij'jnecring from Michigan College of Technology at Houston, arid a masters degree in business administration from St. Louis University. I5oth liutt and Lilley will continue to make their headquarters at Mast Allan, Illinois. CHICAGO (AT) — Soybean futures advanced more than I cent a bushel on the Chicago Hoard of Trade and ^rain fu- Uires were mostly higher today. Trade was mixed and fairly active on the opening and prices showed a firming tendency. Within minutes, however, Hie early support fell off and prices weakened. This early selling in Iho (lire in a j o r pits was believed linked with a government report showing that exports in the week ended .Ian. 1 were considerably lower than the previous week. As the liquidation waned, new buying came into the pits and, with short-covering, prices began to move ahead again. This new buying was influenced by reports of bitter cold throughout Hie Midwest atop heavy snows of recent days. This had slowed down the movement of grain from farms into marketing channels already. Cai'lots In Chicago were sharply lower early Tuesday. Oats prices were little changed in the nearbys but delerredK were particularly attractive lo the spreading activity. Corn futures as well as wheat also were attractive to buyer:;, generally on the conlinuing bad weather. Alter about an h o u r , soybeans wei e '•! lo .1 bushel higher, '.'..'M'•',.,: wheat was •;* March l.li'/'V lower io ''.'h i !ili 7H and oats higher, March OTIS RFI-:!} COX—We wish to tlmnk everyone, especially Rev. Waller Amlck lor liln comfortln|( words, the soloist, the organist. Marks Mortuary, Dr. Russell Wood, Wood River Township Hospital, friends and uelf.hhois who sent food and flowers or assisted In any way tliir- ln|; Hie loss of oar loved one. Your kindness will always he romom bored. Mrs. Neda Cox and Family downtown St. Louis, wny. 2»!>-7l(!8. Will take one In Memortam f MKMOKY of rirorue Marshall Faliless who departed (Ills life twelve' yearn aijo today, January f>. III.W. (lone, lint not forgotten. Sadly missed by: The Falrless Family Rummage & Garaqe Sales 8 n _ r, .____ DASFiMKNT HALF. — Good Mnytnjj wrlnner wn.sbet anil 2 drain tubs and r.lher fuinlluie. lols of misc., Wedni'sdiiy. January fi. (I a.m. to 7 p.m., 'Kin I low in 1.1 n, Fasl Alton. Societies and Lodges Income Tax 11B 111) — Pub. B INCOME TAX SERVICE—Federal mul stnte. Trained consultant. Confidential. Vromun's General Store, 217 West St. Louis Ave., East Alton. 254-4743. 10 'til 5, Tuesday thru Saturday. Ill) — l ; eb. 2 RITF.-WAY INCOME TAX SERVICE — Gimrnnteed, confidential, accurate tax returns by experienced coniniliuntH. $:i.OO minimum. 570 Park I.nne, Wood River. 250-1450. Ill) — Jan. 20 ALTON BOOKKEEPING AND INCOME TAX SERVICE Profon'ilonnlly trnlnod stnff. 16 yoars experience. Accurate nnd confl- deiill'il work. For appointment call; 4<i!3-:t7!i] or 402-0228. Ill) — Feb. .'I INCOME TAX .SERVICE, my home, llrllthlon, trained and qualified, reasonable nnd confidential, appointment, :i72-:)314. lilt — Feb. .1 INCOME TAX — Jane Bouillon, 1708 Washington Ave., Alton, III. -ii;;>-fi:i!l. Doth Federal and State. Ill) — Fob. 8 IMF.!, INCOME TAX SERVICE — Federal, stale, (Trained, Qualified, Confidential). Bookkeeping, notary, olectronrnphlc copying service. (Appointment only). .'177-0458. After .1 :i(l p.m. :(77-R2l7 nethnllo. Illl — Feb. H INCOME TAX—Confidential accurate nervier by trained, experienced consultants. For appointment, call Danny Mlddleton, 4(i2-!ll31. WOOD HIVF.R lOIHI ft AM — Konalar staled Wed , .Ian. II, '/' .10 p.m. brethren welcome, KOIIFKI I.. IM.IJMI.FF W.M. :'.'/ AF K •idav. 7: Mil welcome. to i., higher. coin was ' M lur.lnT, March were '•;, to l : ^ YX> K cents. 72. ( >(>1 aiilos in INrw York ul NK\V YOHK (AT) -•- Acting Sanitation Commissioner Jerome Kretehmer says 72, '.Mil a I) a n (I o n e (I antos were removed from the streets in the city during 1070, an increase of more than 211(1 per ei.'iil in three years. "The abandoned car situation," he said Monday, "is a perfect example ol our careless, thrmvaway economy." longer il llnWAKI) vV. <'<>! III'KM, W. M. Moving? Sell I hose useful hut no neculec items with a Telegraph Want Ad! lall 465-6641 to plaec your ad EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted—Male \7 INHUHANCli INSI'KCTOR—Career <i|,piii lunMy. with nntloiml firm. l.ocnl iirt'.'i. Illiili .school urucluntr. Sninc colli'He iircfrrruil. Company licni'lll 1 .. Si.'iid resume u> p. O. Box •ll.'i. Alliin. III. Mr, llliiles. IV — .Inn. H l.nrAI. MKM wants uxperlenced liinrliir ami die' aim in Installation mini. Si'iul complete resume to Box SHU, c,nv Alton I'.viMilnr Telegraph. WANTIil) CITY l',NiilNI-:l-:n — Thi! City of Wood HIVIT, Illinois, IH urccptlnt! ;i|l|ilU .Mlull- (,, Illl ,|, c . (,01,11 lOM of i Hv I'.ni'.lnei'r. I'er.son 1 ; applyliu: inuM h:ivc » ilcxrvr In Civil liiii'l- i Illinois iTKlslnillon or In Ih' 1 State of Illinois. In imlilir works (streets. u.Uei ) Is di.'slieil, Send nine ntloii .iiul expi'ri- Imle expected ilute you i: Hinmld I'. Sands, City City ol Wood Itlvor. P.O. Wood Klver, Illinois 02095. AvailABILITY IISTOMKU si'KVici:— Iii office of IMIMH iniiinifiiclurer, handle customer Imivilrlts over phone. Ability to work well with people a must. To $7.2(1(1. SA1.I-SMAN— With major business forms miimiliieturer Bust Sldo ter- ntoiy. Start SK.UOU plus expenses. ACCOUNTANT — IS yeurs auditing expel leuce plus tteitrue. Som«J travel $11,000 up. Si; I'liKVlSOH— Supervision experience In welding and heavy metal f,il>i Iciitlon and assembly. To I-I-ICI-: MANAGHMENT—a years college accounting required, with snnut office experience. To $8,000. 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