Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 7, 1971 · Page 28
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 7, 1971
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Obituaries Davis A life-long Alton resident, Victor E. Dvais : 63, of 2908 Hillcrest, Alton, died at 10 p.m. Wednesday, at Alton Memorial Hospital, where he had been a patient three weeks. VICTOR E. DAVIS Mr. Davis was employed at Owens-Illinois for 46 years. Most of the time he had worked in the farming department, but at the time of his retirement in 1969 he was in the security department. He was born Feb. 2, 1907, in Alton and attended the Alton schools. He married the former Verma Worley in Alton in 1927. In addition to his widow, he is survivied by two daughters, Mrs. lola Davis of Wood River and Mrs. Pamela Gray of Alton; two sons, Alfred of Lansing, 111., and Gary of St. Louis; 14 .grandchildren; and two great- grandchildren. H e also leaves four brothers, Lester and Nelson, both of Alton, Newton of Winchester, Ind., and Bernard of Medora. Two brothers preceded him in death. Mr. Davis was a member of the Franklin Masonic Lodge 25, the Consistery and the Ainad Temple Shrine of East St. Louis. He had also been a member of the Glass Bottle Blowers Association 95, and was a charter member of the Milton Volunteer Fire Department. ' Friends may call afrom 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Morrow-Quinn Mortuary, where members of Franklin Lodge 25 will conduct services at 7 p.m. Friday. The Rev. Leonard Todd of Midway will conduct funeral services at 1 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home arid burial will be in the Valhalla Memorial Park in Godfrey. employed at the Federal Metallurgic Corp. as an operator for 34 years until his retirement in 1969. Mr. Slack was a member of the St. James Baptist Church, where he was also an usher. In addition to his widow, he is survived by two daughters by a previous marriage, Mrs. Willie Mae McGlown of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Charlene Turner of Memphis, Tenn.; four grandchildren; two great- grandchildren; five brothers, Robert and Berl, both of Alton, Richard of Jackson, Tenn., Dock of Oxford. Tenn., and Clyde of Grand Rapids, Mich.; and a sister, Mrs. Mattie Jackson of Grand Rapids, Mich. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the St. James Baptist Church. The Rev. C h a r les Buchanan, pastor of the church, will conduct funeral services at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Church. Burial will be in the Upper Alton Cemetery. Th e Anderson Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Slack Duce Ronie Belle St., Alton, p.m. Tuesday Hospital in St.< Slack, 2013 died at 6:45 at Barnes Louis, where BETHALTO FERN LONG Visitation 2 pm Thursday Services 11 am Friday, Zion Lutheran Church, Bethalto brother, and two sisters preceded him in death. A funeral mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday at the St. Mary's Catholic Church near Fieldon, and military rites will be held at the St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Friday at the Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home in Jerseyville, where the Rosary will be recited at 8 o'clock Friday evening. Coatney Driver boohed after crash Two cars collided at College and North Rodgers Streets Wednesday mornins;. One car was driven by Carl L. Jacobs, 58, of 513 Florida St., and the other by Robert G. Dahlheimer Jr., 37. of 3702 Mission Road. Jacobs was driving west on College Avenue and Dahlheimer east. As Dahlheimer made a left turn onto North Rodgers the two cars collided. Dahlheimer, was charged by police with failure to yield right-of-way. ANNOUNCEMENTS Maybe rry EDWARDSVILLE — William R. Mayberry, 84, of 215 Second Ave., died at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Anna- Henry Nursing Home where he had been a patient six weeks. An electrician at Olin Mathieson 11 years, he subsequently worked several years at the Madison County Tuberculosis Sanatorium. He had been retired from Olin for 18 years. Born Dec. 18, 1886 at Redwood Falls, Minn., a son of the late William and Hattle Mayberry, he was married March 1 7, 1917 to Susie Young, who survives. Three sons and a daughter also survive: Lawrence E. Mayberry of Pittsburgh, Pa.,; William Robert Mayberry of Hendersonville, Tenn.; Eugene L. Mayberry and Mrs. Joseph Gregor, both of Edwardsville. There are eight surviving grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He was a member of Moose Lodge 1561 of Edwardsville and a member of the United Mine Workers. Visitation will be after 3:30 p.m. Thursday at the Weber Funeral Home where services will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Friday by Rev. Donald E. Crismon, pastor of Eden United Church of Christ. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Members of Moose Lodge 1561 will meet at the funeral home at 7:30 pm.. Thursday. Schmieder he had been a patient for two weeks. He was born Nov. 23, 1907 in Oxford, Miss., and attended schools there. In 1942, he married the former Thelma Hindman in St. Louis. Having lived in the Alton area for 37 years, he was Alton, Wood River Bethalto V V V 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 Pastor E. R. Waterhouse, officiating 'JOHN W. COATNEY Services 11 am Saturday. Gent Chapel Rev. W. C. Ward, officiating Burial Upper Alton Cemetery In state at the chapel after 7 pm Friday. JERSEYVILLE — Carl Joseph Schmieder, 82, a retired farmer of Rte. 4, Jerseyville, died at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Jersey Community Hospital. He was born April 20, 1888, in Jersey County. Having served in World War I, Mr. Schmieder was a member of the Worthy Post 492 of the American Legion. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus. Surviving are his widow; Mrs. Ellen Edwards Schmieder; three sons, John, Charles, and Robert, all of Jerseyville; three daughters, Mrs. Marion Charow, and Mrs. James Becker, both of Jerseyville, and Mrs. Jerome Toppmeyer of Brussels; a stepson, Paul Connolly of Godfrey; 22 grandchildren; and three great- grandchildren. He also leaves five sisters, Mrs. Joseph Heitzig, Mrs. Henry Goetlen, Mrs. Al Schleper, and Mrs. Francis Groppel, all of Jerseyville, and Mrs. William Heitzig of Fieldon. His parents, a John W. Coatney, 57, of 908 Tonsor Road, Alton, died at 1:15 a.m. today at Alton Memorial Hospital, where he had been a patient since Dec. 20. Mr. Coatney was a carpenter with the A. 0. Smith Construction Co. He was born March 31,1913, in Bunker Hill, and married the former Mildred Cleveland In 1941 in St. Charles, Mo. In addition to his widow, he leaves two sons. Bill and John, both of Alton; two daughters, Mrs. Janet Blecher of Godfrey, and Mrs. Susan Coatney, at home; eight grandchildren; a brother Kenneth of Bunker Hill; and four sisters, Mrs. Beulah Edwards of Alton, Mrs. Irene Shackelford of White Hall, Mrs. Henrietta Bridgeman of Alton, and Mrs. Becky Lawrence of Roxana. One sister preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Gent Funeral Home and burial will be in the Upper Alton Cemetery. The Rev. W. C. Ward, pastor of the North Alton Baptist Church, will officiate. Visitation will be after 7 p.m. Friday at the Gent Funeral Home. Burford funeral Funeral services were held 0 Saturday in Teutopolis, 111., for a former Alton resident, Joseph P. Burford, of Granite City, who died Dec. 30 at the St. Louis University Hospital. Burial was * in the St. ' Francis Cemetery in Teutopolis. For the past two years he had been manager of A . R . C . H ., a home for rehabilitation, in Granite City. Y to offer several new programs The Alton YMCA is offering' a variety of new programs to begin the new year, emphasizing the need for fitness and fellowship through the year 1971. New courses include a women's health club, cheer leading classes, psychedelic crafts, judo instruction and adult physical fitness classes. Also newly offered will be guitar lessons, sex education courses, the construction of a hot rod car and tours which include a trip to Pere Marque'tte Ski slope and St. Louis hockey games. Courses in creative dance and ballet will begin in the winter quarter which will feature Stephanie Thomas and Joanne Bachelor as teachers. Included in the new program is a diaper tot swim instruction program for youngsters 12 months to three years old. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 1971 Legal 1 LEGAL 3899 — Dec. 31 - .Tan. 7-14 CLAIM NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY, PROBATE DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JAMES MORRIS CUPP. DECEASED. No. 70-P9-522 Notice Is given of the death of the above. Date Letters Were Issued: December 18, 1970. Executor: Zelma Gernldine Gupp of 46 Forest Drive, East Alton Illinois. Attorney: Hoagland, Maucker Bernard and Almeter of Alton Illinois. Claims against the estate may be filed In the office of the Circuit Court, Probate Division, County Courthouse in Edwardsville, Illinois within 7 months from date of issuance of letters; and anv claim not so filed Is barred as to the estate Inventoried within that period. Also, copies of claims must be mailed or delivered to the executor and to the attorney. Willard V. Portell Clerk of the Circuit Court TRUDY Alton Evening Telegraph EMPLOYMENT FOUND—Bowling area. 462-8052. 10 — 14 Infant abused ANNA, 111. (AP) — An Anna couple were charged with aggravated battery after their 2^ year-old son was admitted to a hospital Wednesday with lacerations, bruises and burns. Ralph Bates, 41, and his 30- year-old wife, Terry, were held in lieu of $10,000 bond each. Authorities said their son and 4-year-old daughter were placed in temporary custody of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, The girl was placed in a foster home. Legal Legal 3904 — Dec. 31-Jan. 7-14 NOTICE Public Notice Is hereby given that on Dec. 29th, A.D. 1970, a certificate was filed in the Office of the County Clerk of Madison County. Illinois, setting forth the names and post-office addresses of all of the persons owning, conducting and transactlnR the business known as RITE-WAY BOOKKEEPING AND INCOME TAX SERVICE, located at 570 Park Lane, Wood River, Illinois. Dated this 29th day of December, A.D. 1970. EULALIA HOTZ County Clerk. LEGAL 3900 — Dec. 31 - Jan. 7-14 NOTICE Public Notice Is hereby given that 3 — on December 21, A.D. 1970, a certl- IN LOVING flcate was filed in the Office of the Acord, who County Clerk of Madison County, 7, 1968. Illinois, setting forth the names and post-office addresses of all of the persons owning, conducting and transacting the business known as AUTO BODY AND TRUCK located at 2607 Sanford Street, Alton, till. 8 nols. Dated this 21st day of December, A.D. 1970. EULALIA HOTZ County Clerk Legal 3903 Dec. 31—Jan. 7-14 1971 — CLAIM NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, MADISON COUNTY. PROBATE DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MARGARET I. McCLINTOCK, DECEASED. No. 70-P11-655 Notice Is given of the death of the above. Date Letters Were Issued: December 28. 1970. Administrator: Mary Lou Johnson of 918 Danforth, Alton, Illinois. Attorney: j. Lawrence Keshner of Alton, Illinois. Claims against the estate may be filed in the office of the Circuit Court, Probate Division, County Courthouse in Edwardsville, Illinois, wltlaln 7 months from date of issuance of letters; and any claim not so filed is barred as to the estate inventoried within that period. Also, copies of claims must be mailed or delivered to the administrator and to the attorney. WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court. Legal 3902 — Dec. 31-Jan. 7-14, 1971 CLAIM NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, MADISON COUNTY, PROBATE DIVISION i IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MARY S. COLEMAN. DECEASED. No. 70-P12-713 Notice Is Riven of the death of the above Date Letters Were Issued: December 23, 1970. ' ' Executor: Mabel E. Bruce of 1929 State St., Alton, Illinois. Attorney: Ryan and Mondhlnk of Alton, Illinois. Claims against the estate may be filed In the office of the Circuit Court, Probate Division, County Courthouse. In Edwardsville, Illinois, within 7 months from date of issuance of letters; and any claim not so filed Is barred as to the estate nventoried within that period. Also, copies of claims must be mailed or delivered to the executor and to the attorney. WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court. Legal 3912 — Jan. 5 6 7 '71 The Housing Authority, City of Alton, will accept bids for the following, until 4:00 p.m., January 12, 1971, at Its office 3116 Acorn Street, Alton, Illinois 62002. One, one-half ton pick-up truck, with standard shift, heater equipped. Bidders are requested to plainly write the words TRUCK BID on the outside of their bid proposal. HOUSING AUTHORITY CITY OF ALTON H. T. BUNYAN Executive Director Legal 3906 — Jan. 7, 1871 — NOTICE CORRIDOR APPROVAL RECEIVED Notice Is hereby given to all interested persons that a corridor of a proposed bridge location across the Illinois River near Grafton, Illinois has been approved by the Department of Public Works and Buildings. A Public Hearing for this project was held in the Elementary School In Grafton, Illinois on March 20, 1970. Corridor C, near the Deer Plain Ferry, as described at the Public Hearing, has been approved. Maps, sketches and all other Information pertinent to the determination of the corridor for the bridge are available for the Public Inspection at the Office of the District Engineer, Illinois Division of Highways, 9300 St. Clair Ave., East St. Louis, Illinois 62203. (Phone No. 397-1400) Legal 3913—Jan. 5 7 '71 — REQUEST FOR BIDS The City of Alton will receive bids for one (1) station wagon for the Fire Department. Bids will be received until 2 P.M. January 20, 1971. when they will be publicly opened and read. Specifications may be secured at the Office of the • City Comptroller. Room 100, City Hall, Alton, Illinois, or cull 465-2332. Mrs. Rita H. Rchoeffel City Comptroller Legal 3917 — Jan 7 13 NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS OF THE FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF EAST ALTON You are hereby notified that the second Annual Meeting of Members of the First Federal Savings und Loan Astociatfon of East Alton will be held on Wednesday, January 20, 1971 at ten o'clock In the forenoon In the office of the \a»soclatlon ut 200 West Main Street, East Alton, Illinois for the purpose of electing two directors, considering an amendment to Section 10 of the association's charter relative to the additions to reserves and to transact suc)i other business as may be properly brought before the meeting. GEO. P. SMITH President ATTEST: John Berlgan Secretory Cord of Thanks 2 2 — 7 -—— THE FAMILY OF REV. COLONEL HAYNES wishes to express onr heartfelt thanks to Rev. A. C Hall and the Tabernacle Baptist Church, Anderson's Funeral home, and all our dear friends who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Wife. Florence Hayiie 1 ? nnd Family. 2 — 7 . MARK ALAN WAPPELHORST—We wish to thank everyone, especially Father Keane, Stnten Funeral Home, relatives, friends and neighbors who sent food, flowers, or who assisted in any way during the loss of our loved one. Your kindness will always be remembered. Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred Wappelhofst •_> — s RELIABLE WOMAN will babysit— •1fifi-inf)2. Gndfrev area. 2 — 8 : 'BX RECEPTIONIST —And office assistant. Good references Call 4fi!i-fi!W!. 2 |) -IOTHER OF FOUR YEAR OLD iIRL will babysit. Route M.l near Sltl. Reasonable. Edwnrdsville B56-0.07. "Relax—YOU won't like it, either." EMPLOYMENT Help 8 Wonted—Female 18 In Memoriam MEMORY of John passed away January Sadly missed Sons and by Daughter, Grandchildren. 18 — 1 PRE-SCHOOL—2 school children. 3 days, 2 evenings per week. Immediately. 18 — 7 East Alton. 259-5840. Rummage & Garage Sales 8 8 — 9 LEAVING TOWN SALE — Clothing, bedroom set, furniture, toys, freezer with meat, garden tools, electric motors, riding mower, roto-tlller, etc. 46G-4035. 5027 Stlrltz Lane, Godfrey. BOOKKEEPER — $380. Rapid advancement. Great working conditions. Full company benefits. Mrs. St. Clair, 465-4281. Data Placement Systems. Plasa Building. 18 — 8 . WOMAN. 18 to 50—To live in with semi-Invalid. Salary. 462-9302. 18 — 7 9 '. NEED BABYSITTER — Two preschool children. Days and evenings. In my home. Own transportation. 462-7(ifi7 after 5:30. 18 — !) Societies and Lodges FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 25 AF & AM — Brethren will meet at the templo at 6:30 p.m. Friday. Jan. 8, to attend funeral services for Brother Victor E. Davis at Morrow-Quinn Funeral Home nt 7 p.m. D. ALLAN McCOLLUM, W. M. SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR—With typing experience. 465-2511 between !> a.m. and 4:30 p.m. 18 — 9 PART-TIME WAITRESS WANTED —Weekends. Inquire 8 II. Fcrgu son, Wood River, after 2 p.m. 18 — 7 EXPERIENCED grill and counter waitress wanted. Apply Hl-Wny Grill, Godfrey. 18 — 7 • Lost—Strayed—Stolen 10 LOST — Female part German Shepherd, dark .markings, red collar. McPherson area. Named 465-2196. 10 — 7 BABYSITTER — in my home. Experienced. References. After 0:30: 254-0471. 18 — 14 WANTED—Experienced hairdresser Apply Tuesday thru Friday. 2522 State St. 18 — 7 WANTED—Live-In housekeeper. Du ties Include cooking, washing. Iron Inn and cleaning of largo homo for elderly man. Must have references nnd be able to drive. Salary open Apply in person at Illinois State Employment Service, 1719 Wash ington, Alton. No phono calls. 18 — Jan. 14 SECRETARY — Opening with load IIIR Insurance agency; excellent op portunlty for above average woman. Salary open. Ago 25-40 Shorthand, typing essential. Insur ance agency experience helpful. Al replies strictly confidential. Con tact Mrs. Dorothy Keller, Chuck Schmidt Insurance Agency, 214 SI Louis Street, Edwardsville, Illinois 656-0120.. "Tug." ball, in Godfrey LOST—14-month-old male German Shepherd. Black and sliver, with light tan on legs. Answers to Rln- nie'. Please return und no questions will be asked. Missing since December 18. Firm $100 reward. Glen Carbon, call 288-7688. Edwardsville 656-7726. 10 — 7 _ LOST—$25 reward. Male Beagle, wearing black collar. Rosewood Heights area. Answers to "Ranger.' 1 ^ 258-6176. Help Wtd., Male-Female 19 19 — 8 STRATFORD MOTOR HOTEL — Desk clerk. 4 or 5 shifts per week Apply In person. JO _ 7 STUDENT DRIVER — S1U student only. Includes apartment. Blltmor University Apartments, 254-372]. EMPLOYMENT Salesladies 19A Thusrday, Jan. 7, 1971 B-13 BUSINESS SERVICE ituotlons Wtd.—Female 22 FINANCIAL Business Opportunities !»A — 7 J AD!ES—Purl time, In to 20 hours week. $30-MO. Help service out- customers. 254-.1R27. 9A — in — WANTED —- Women to do phone work, part or full linn:. .(">-1823 for Information. !>A — 4 5 6 7 11 12 1,1 14 — IAVE YOU EVER BEEN to n Lisa Jewelry Party? Lisa is new In this area. Managers and sales- Rirl.s needed. No Investment. Commissions paid weekly. Call collect 317-8B2-49IB. Salesmen 20 !0 — H. - _ SMALL FAMILY OWNED CON Clil-N needs men, lines 1H-.I1. Apply ut 10;l. r > a.m. 2414 K. Broadway, Alton, 111. 20 — 8 -LOOKING FOR AGGRESSIVE YOUNG MEN — Over 25, I 0 acll Oldsmobllcs, new and used. See Otto Walz or George Urban, 1000 E. Broadway. Apply In person. •JO — 7 -ARE YOU UNEMPLOYED? Work. InR full time or part time? Can you make ends meet? Billu keep pilinu up? Then hurry, phone 618278-2595. UNEMPLOYED? Ready for a job with no layoff, or strike? He in business for yourself i n this local ..cstniirunt. All enui|>mcm S- flxtuivs. Busv section of tuwir stores, offices, notels in walkhiR rilstnui-e. I'm mure Information c.ill 466-50IVi. 4fi2-fl;tl. r i. ' ATTENTIONTT Direct Sales Distributors: Are you interested In a BETTEK d-a 1 ' Call Collect (7M) 772-2SI1, Mr. E U lintricld, Interstate lCnninecrl!in Co., Anaheim, California il'2sn."> • — s OMBINATION BUSINESS & RESIDENCE—For sale at reasonable price. Benld 83. r >-2'IRO. t — 13 - BAY SUNOCO SERVICE STA- 10N FOR LEASE — Open, and doiiiR good gallomiRc. Call Mary land Heights, Mo. 31 .!>-!i.2-.81D. A'f- lei-_r>. 314-8B8-2740. Dressmaking—Tailoring 30 — Feb. 10 1F.AUTIFUL FABRICS — Reason able. Custom slipcovers, spreads drapes. Show samples, your con venlcnec. Alterations. 402-7403. DRESSMAKING—Pant suits, |uni| suits, coat linings, and alterations Call between S and 9. <t(iti-. r >7:in. Building—Contracting 13 33 — TF — Tu Th ADDITIONS General Modernization Aluminum Windows and Doors Siding Custom Work for Particular People at Moderate Prices ZIMMER HOME IMPROVEMENT AND HARDWARE 70B Milton Road 462-0576 33 — 9 CARPENTER REPAIR — Patch plastering, plumbing, guttering cleaned, and odd jobs. Very reasonable. Call 259-2903. 23133 — Feb. 6 BOB'S HOME REPAIR — No job ton small. 24 • hour emergency plumbing and sewer repairs. Paneling, drop celling, rathskellers, cement and ail general home repairs. Don't fuss—Call us. 465-6058. •)3 — .Fan. 7 HARVEY LYERLA CONSTRUCTION CO. — Repair, remodclins, bnth, porches basements, panel- PR, drywall, nutters, stdlntt, elec- rical. 259-1192 — .Tan. 14 ITCH EN CABINETS—Remodeling, lew construction, drywall, plaster Hitching. Fast, efficient, econom- cat. Financing available. 465-3782, 1 — Jan. 12 ARPENTRY REPAIR — Plumbing, repair floor tile, paneling, celling, plaster patching, window repair ind odd lobs. 4<i2-33(i9. 20 — LOOKING FOR AGGRESSIVI YOUNG MAN to fulfill establish^ territory. Salary plus auarnntoec monthly bonus. Many fringe bcnc fits. Lending company In Its field Call after 0 p.m. 707-0124, Grnnlle City. 20 — Jan. 28 ... • SALES PEOPLE NEEDED — Oil 465-5952 for appointment, botwoot f) a.m. and 3 p.m. 20 — 13 LEADS! LEADSI LEADS! All daytime appointments selling health Insurance to people over 65. 40 per cent advance commission i>nld dally. Call: KEN MCDONALD Reserve Life Insurance Co., 9 to 12 noon. — 46D-43Q3 Situations Wtd.—Male 21 Notices COOK—25 years experience, clubs restaurants, cafeterias. 254-247(1. 21 — 8 RETIRED MAN LOOKING FO1 WORK — Experienced IIB portci Innltor or housccleunliiR. 405-848 or 4(12-9024. BUSINESS SERVICE Business Announcements 32 32 — Feb. 2 —— BLAINE PEST CONTROL—Spec-Ill short time only. $1 per room." Wor P unruntocd. 'reo termite 32 — Jan. 24 1" Reliable niu) Insured Inspection. 254-3378. TREE TRIMMING—Trees removed evergreens, shrubs, trimmed. Hnu nwuy. Full time specialty In surcd. Free estimates. 254-'65$8. 32 — TF — Ttl Th Sot Ports & Service — Washing Machines and Vncuum Cleaners MIDDLECOFF'S 828 E. 71 ll — 402-4423 FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVER VACUUM SERVICE 32 — .Inn. 9 SPECIALTY PEST CONTROL—$ per room. Bathroom and closet free. Work guaranteed. 254-454 nny time. 32 — .Inn. 15 CUSTOM - MADE SIGNS — Outdoo and Indoor. Magnetized. 3-D. An size. 377-H824. Building—Contracting 33 ALUMINUM SIDING — And trln work. All types of Interior rctnoc eling. V-'rcc estimates. 2!in-7(l()7. 33 — Feb. (i 20-CiAUCIK OUTTERING — Pain l>rlp. soldered, roofing, repairs palnlliiR, odd lobs. R Prompt service. 2fi4-..(MO. n:i — 7 CONCRETE BLOCKS—And tile lalt 1'nlntlnn, concrete work uf a kinds. Carpenter work, repair t remodeling. Winter rates. Free o: tlmntes 25D-2423. Decorating 34 4 — TF HOST CARPET CLEANING ecommended by Carpet Mills to Modern Carpe's. Use our Machine and clean 40 yards of carpet for $9.95 SUPERIOR INTERIORS 1623 Main St., Alton and Wilshlre Shoppirg Center •I — .Ian. 28 10KRIS PAINTING & DECORATING—Vinyl wall covering, wallpaper, plaster, roofing. Free estimates. 259-2519. J4 — TF PAINTING — Pldsteiing, removing wallpaper, cnrpenter work. roo. repair. No Ion tco small. Charles Basden. 160-4308. 14 — .Ian. 8 'APERHANGING—Painting, plaster repair. Off season prices. Reference. Dial 41)2-0301. Heating & Plumbing 37 17 — Feb. C HOB'S HOME REPAIR — No job too small. 24-hour service on emergency 'heating, plumbing and sewer repairs. 405-6058. 37 — .Ian. 22 CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING — Furnace sales and Installation. Call for free estimates. We repair also. 377-5261. Plro TV and Appliances; 223 South Prairie, Bethalto. RENTALS Sleeping Rooms 41 41 SLEEPING ROOM FOR RENT — 405-5181. 41 — Feb. H NICE CLEAN WARM ROOMS—Refrigerator in hall. Across from Glass Works. Private entrance. 1518 E. Fourth. 462-5924. •II — 12 SLEEPING ROOM — In private home. Kitchen privileges. 254-2055. 41 _ <) ROOM FOR RENT—Kitchen prlvl- ICROS. Private entrance. 254-1548. 41 — n IIEY, GUYS I Are you commutlna too far to S1U? Quality rooms with cooking facilities located In Edwardsville. Call 05G-0040 after S for Inforivmllon. 41 — .Inn. 12 BON AIR HOTEL — With Or without prlvuto bnth, very warm, across from Glass Works. Room & Board 42 42 — 9 ROOM & BOARD FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE—Social Security or pension. Reusonublu. Good location. 5 blocks from downtown. 410 E, Third. 405-121(1. REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE JOHN S. PAYNE R. E. AGENCY Riders 11A 11A — 7 RIDE WANTED—From Godfrey to downtown St. Louis. Hours; 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ph. 460-4830. 11A — 8 _ RIDE WANTED—Esther Ave., Wood River to Millers Mutual, Alton. Hours 8-5. 254-5560 after 5:30 p.m. Income Tax 11B I1B — Feb. 0 INCOME TAX SERVICE—Federal and state. Trained consultant. Confidential. Vroman's General store, 217 West St. Louis Avo., East Alton. 254-4743. 10 'til 5, Tuesday thru Saturday. 11B — Feb. 2 RITE-WAY INCOME TAX SERVICE — Guaranteed, confidential, accurate tax returns by experienced consultants. $3.50 minimum. 570 Park Lane, Wood River. 250-1450. 11B — Jan. 29 . ALTON BOOKKEEPING AND INCOME TAX SERVICE Professionally trained staff. 10 years experience. Accurate and confidential work. For appointment call: 405-3751 or 402-0228. 1IB — Feb. 3 INCOME TAX SERVICE, my home, Brighton, trained and qualified, reasonable and confidential, appointment, 372-3314. 11B — Feb. ,'! _ INCOME TAX — Jane Bouillon, 1708 Washington Ave., Alton, 111. 462-8311. Both Federal and State. 11B — Feb. 8 IMEL INCOME TAX SERVICE — Federal, state, (Trained, Qualified, Confidential). Bookkeeping, notary, electrographlc copying service. (Appointment only). 377-0458. After 5:30 p.m. 377-8217 Bethalto. 11B — Feb. 8 INCOME TAX—Confidential accurate service by. trained, experienced consultants. For appointment, cull Danny Mlddleton, 462-0131. EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT BODY SHOP FOREMAN For QM Dtaltr, Full Company Bintfiti, profit iharfng, insurance and oieallant lalary, Writ* NX 090 ta Core of rke , Alton Evening Telegraph EMPLOYMENT 17 — EXPERIENCED BART E N D E R WANTED—Inquire 8 E. Herguboii. after 2 p.m. 17 — Jun. 8 LOCAL FIRM wants experienced burglar and fire ulurrn Inntullutlon man. Send complete resume to Box 800, care Alton Evening Telegraph. OUTSIDH PUB L 1 C CONTACT WORK—No UL-IMnu, collecting, or out-of-town travel. Eilubllshud nu- lionwlde Inspection ugency lias opening for iiuii-llme man In Alton ureu, to make Insurance lnv__iinu lions. Mu»t be ut least high school graduate. Own cur, und good typ ffct. Write P.O. Box _(I037, St. Louis. Mo. (i.'l 144 17 _' 8 CLEANUP MAN WANTED — 7 days week. Inquire after 2 p.m., 8 E. l-'crguuon, Wood River. 17 _ 8 WANTED CITY ENGINEER — Tin: City of Wood River, Illinois, in accepting applications to fill the po.ltlon of City Engineer. Persons applying must have a degree In Civil Eii necring with Illinois rtjjlstrutloii or reglitrable In the State of Illinol*. Experience In public workt (»tr.cU, sewer und water) Is desired. Send resume of education and experience to Include expected dute you can begin to: Ronald P. Sands, City Manager, City ol Wood River. P.O. Box. 300. Wood River, Illinois 02099. R.R. l.BeHialro...Choice! 8-ROOM. 3-yi\-old Brick and MUHOIIIIC siding, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, laundry room, family room, with lun«; fireplace. Attached garage. LarKc 90 by 28(i lol with woods In rear. Clly wnlor, cook with gas or ''7'. AQQ electric fttlrtwu 40 Acres and Lake Nice 2-bedroom home overlooking a beautiful D and V_ acre well stocked lake. New iturni;e . $4C RAO 35x22. Only *O»«/WW 197 Acres Woodburn Area This Is one of the Better Forms In this urea. All buildings ore In excellent condition Including a vhcd- room home. 3 barns — 1 cuttle shed — 1 machine shed — I silo 10' x 50' — 10 farrowing pens with electric heal In floor — granary — chlckon house — Pasture all fenced, plenty of wulcr. Owners retiring — fRO*. P CI ' Only "'" ucn: 118 Acres 10-yr. old modern 2-bedroom home: City water. Also plenty of uprhlfi water. ' " chicken hou.ic, brood- Investment Prop. Lnrgo 8-rln. homo. This can be used 119 apartments with nil Income of $225 tier month, lias .cpurulo motors for each apartment. In very $11 QAA Hood condition. Only ll,ovu Alton Good Income property. 12- $O KAA room Duplex; Only WiWvv Rosewood Hts. Heuutlful 3-bodroom brick only _ yrs. old, w to w cm-pet, rail bulb wllh shower, drapes to stay. Alum, storms und windows, lar«e 2-car nltachod gu- riiRO, Cook with HUB !$1Q fil___ in- electric I»,OUU Church HulldliiK and ParsonUBe. Would be excellent for a child Care Center. On a one-way SI. with plenty of park- Inn. for complete details plense call . . . Cottage Hills Here Is a cream puff: 5-rm. frame, 3- bedroom, ull plaster, full bath, wall to wall curpullnii, built-in kitchen wllh birch cabinets, larjio breezeway to l-cur jjurafiu. Extra house; on rear of i '/a lut.s. $•! c nf||| Only , ' Alton: I,!i.rne 3-bedioom frame, all plaster, new iilum. sldhui, new roof, '/, basement, Inrjie backyard enclosed by redwood fence. $1 ~ " A Miiud buy ut 12,900 Wood River A fine: murtur In this (j-rm. home on n de-nd-end street. 3-bedroom., livlnu room. Full biisument. plenty of stor- '7,500 Full uitc. All now plumbing. New wlrluj;. lust "2,700 fltirn, huy shed, er house. Low taxes. On road. Will take a small home In Alton on trade . 230 Acres 150 iicix-s excellent tillable; In goc,d pasture. 2 homes, sheds, plenty of water. borders u biidiway ana 'i nil weiithcr roads. Only iill-wentlicr $43,500 tin: balance burns, huy Thin farm '300 ''I Godfrey Hxccllonl bulldlnii lot Bethalto: Another Unlhnlto Special. LnrKe 8-rm. brick and ulum. 4 bedrooms, built-in kllehen, bath nlid i/,, central nlr. 2-cnr attached Hnninf, backyard fenced, Come out find HCC thin one. Walking llsliince to school, $•] Only 2— 200 by 130ft. lots An c.xlni IIIIHC 7-room home nt (he cdKC! nl Coltfiflu Hills. Alum, riding, '! and Vj baths, nil bullt-lnii. Full base- riiiint wll'i I -our (tuniKc. Also attached 'carport ...... 16,900 Wood River '24,900 Br 7-rooin brick. 4 bedrooms, cmciil. IIWI. double $1fl KHI (inc. Onlv .......... If ( full Fishing: 15 Acres Partly fenced: small pole burn, excellent building hltcH. on Blue $RflQ Ridge Road, Per ucra wvw 4V_ Acres Between Bethalto and Morn. Has lurjic 7-stnll barn, nice pond stocked $O ROD with fish, nil fenced BH-VW 80 Acres Northwest, (if Historian Per acri 80 Acres Bordering th'; Meudowbrook Will divide ... OWNER LEAVING TOWN— romp otil mid sec (hi* Ix.'uutilul brlcli and redwood homo that !•< IniUi foi living, 0-riiom. model nl/cd, iiiiiisinil home. 4 ln'di IMJIIIB, n up, I down, cnr- iiiiled llvlini room, bulll In kitchen with bli'i'h cabinets, cllnlnw room. I and V, IiatliK Overwind flnlsli"d nltuelied KM- •iigp. Inritc divided walkout biiKi-inciit. This pruiK'ily \h In excellent rniulllliin mid replacement cost would be ovi-r $2MH)(>, Lcicutc.d la one of Hie flneM tii-lKlib'irh'iods of Coll.iHi* H O cnn lllll«. Don't wiill .... Onlv IB » ilwu Start line 01 i|iiil here. Come out hi Pl.eiii ncel< mid ncr- lhl:i nice 2- vem-ol'l ;;•liedrudni Mublle home. All lunilslu.'d wllh iie'v furniture. Items Ion niniU'Miir In mention. Hit 1 , city wiiler. tiii.'i. beautiful attached putlo, ;; ixni'lii" 2-cnr uanuje. chain link leiieed Owner hns ';onc lo $14 RQQ Will sel •IICI Northoivit *300 Cornor of $ 46,000 Upper Alton OWNF.H LEAVING STA'I !•:— Mere Is one of the- betlei kept homes III till! Upper Alton moil. B-iodin, lull hiiM:- men), cm pi'trd llvlii'i Hiciin, plnsler, pew vinyl slrltnu. Cnnh with $| I Qflfl I I»OUU Or Only 1 Acre at Bethalto Could be zoned for commercial Corner of (lender and Ml, tici'i'. IIIIK 5-ioom brick, oiiNi.-:noiit, airport, liome 2-cur K"niKf ...... . Alton Lovely well-kept 3-liedrixnri llrcpltice, turiH-llnn, full basement. Nice price line: from '(•bedroom '29,600 Alton: Investment Prop. Office hulldlnH wllh iipurlimMit duplex i.-s. In excellent location on Hr'iwii SI. Thl'. iifopcrtv hi'H ua Ineoine of it'Hlfj per mo. without the ufflce ("an he bought o» f'ontniei, reason, ilile duwn (Hil'wiil, K<HH\ lulerekt rates, Owner lelircd. Mil mon: Inloiniuiun call John S. Puyne, Godfrey /oneM (..'(iinuiei i.-lal. Uxtrii nice 3-bed- HIOMI hrli'U. All wall to wall cnrpet- Ini!. phiKlered ihrniiBlKiul. Attached I.IIIKC J2«' Ijv l«fr lol. Unlv '™»0™ Godfrey Mifdiuuin l)i Hi-. ]< - iill li.ilh. built-in lillrli'-n, liiidlty plir.; c.ibluels, IIW1 T , (illnehed iiui'aKO, couli with I:IIK Or elictllc. Nii'j liinduciiiied I"t$-J| QQQ lots of Khnihn y.V): 125'. Alton Neeiled ••- Illii rui'iii Imiiin. full '.' lull hnlhfi, lot NO ri<i..inu COM family' Lame 4-bed- ImsemcMl, plastered, no x lao'. $j) r 800 home.. HUH $1C AQQ iw»www Alton: |!« Bethalto Hern Is the. one to retire lo Thin Is one (if the nuulcM rnulnlenurii 1 '; flee liomes you will find anywhere, 'i bed- roomy, kerne utility room, till piaster, caipclliiti, blrcli cabinet 1 , double, (,'iirport. All fenced link fence. Cook with K"» KXCl-lllMlt local Ion ................... 'i hornet) foi |ne pi In ui mm 1 7-toimi home.. '! hediooim, lu r:(ink wllh gas ur electric 'l-rnom hnute ill rear Is excellent innlul $7 Kftft iironi't I V hull, rrir I IwWv Upper Alton lixcellout locution: l.ut'K>> lirlck and name. 1,1' by MIIIMI. full huHcment. In me 78' bi- «5' i"t. Onlv 3-bcdi-oom II' illninn '15,900 pmtt kitchen, with chain in electric. '14,600 Alton Nice fi-i with HII Onlv . fiuine. nil electilc. pluutcr. (Dolt '5,500 Bethalto A Iniiuf fliiulcd lot on doiid ciul .street, excrllpul fur a wnlkmit '4,960 Fishing Oet ready for next summer Nice furnished Cabin on I'iiiBu. $o OQA Docks Included. Only *»*vw Cottage Hills .limn, Inline, uliini. sldlnu, large lit- tuclied turiiurt, full bath, guv heul. Lot .10' x 150' with lurgu fliade trees Cheap tuxes .. $ 6.500 Brighton: Here l.s ,i nicr 4 nil. icdwood frume tirniic wlili u lul ul room, i luilii' bedrooms, llvinti roiini. kitchen, utility rni., IIWI-'. cook with Has or electric. Lot W liv I_V tllli home $11 BAA i. only 7 years old IHUVW JOHN S. PAYNE R.E. AGENCY John S. Payne 377-9844 Pee Payne 377-9050 THISI NUMBERS AT YOUR SERVICI DAY OR NIGHT 377-9987 Henry "Hank" Laird 372-3790 Ramona Stiill 377.9460 Cecil Payiie 465-1*54 V

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