Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 11, 1971 · Page 19
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Slick road blamed Alton FA onins Tolfgrnph Girl, 18, killed in crash on Rte. 143 et)WARDSVILLE — An 18- year-old Edwardsville area girl was killed early today in a two-car auto accident which apparently resulted from a combination of slick road conditions — and ah effort to avoid Involvement in another accident which had occurred minutes earlier on Rte. 143. Pronounced dead on arrival at St Joseph's Hospital in Highland was Diane Hewlett, 18, of Hte. 3, Edwardsville, a passenger in a car driven by her brother, Rodney J. Howlett, 19. Both Rodney Howlett and Alison L. Hopkins, 21, of Rural Route, Rochester, 111., were injured in the accident which killed the Howlett girl. No report on their condition was available this morning from the Highland hospital. The fatal collision, according to Illinois State Police, occurred at 8:45 a.m. less than a mile west of the Rte. 66 overpass when the westbound Howlett auto attempted to si w to avoid colliding with four vehicles involved in another accident. Howlett's attempt to slow his speed occurred on a slick area of pavement and his car slid sideways on the ice. Alison Hopkins, also westbound on Rte. 143, attempted to slow his spe"ed and veered to avoid hitting the Howlett car, but slid on the icy patch and struck the Howlett car on the right side. The earlier collision at 7:25 a.m. involved cars driven by Jacquelyn E. Heuser, 46, of Marine, who suffered minor injuries; Jacquelyn Hollenberg of Rte. 3, Edwardsville, 32, also minor injuries; James W. McBride, 53, of Rle. 1, Marine, uninjured; and by Lester C. Lange, 59, of Rte. 1, Marine, driver of a truck who was uninjured. According to state police, the Heuser auto, westbound on Rte. 143, tried to slow speed for traffic, went out of control and into the eastbound lane, where it was struck by the Hollenberg car. The Hollenberg car was then struck by the westbound McBride car and the McBride car by the Lange truck, which was also westbound. Discussion on water supply set at ftenld BENLD — John F. Sharp of Worden, chairman of the Madison-Macoupin County Intercity Water Commission has announced representative from the Illinois Inspection and Rating Bureau will discuss fire protection as related to water supply at a meeting to be held at the Benld Civic Center on Jan. 19 at 7:30 p.m. Fire rating classifications in the commission area are determined by the inspection and rating bureau. Preliminary studies for the water resource development project have revealed, Sharp noted, that practically all of the communities in the commission area have relatively low insurance rating classifications. The completed report will make recommendations for the communities to make the intercity improvements within certain economic limitations to improve their fire insurance rates. Sharp said that since the commission is not involved with the internal distribution systems of the communities "we are presenting this program for the villages in the commission area." .ANNOUNCEMENTS In Memoriom 3 IN LOVING MEMORY 3f our parents Peter and Reka Herzng who both passed away in January. Fend memories, how they linger Druighrer. Lela Gent; grandson. Wayne Gent: son, Fred Herzog. IN LOVING MEMORY of Edna E. Meyers who passed awnv .Ian. 2, 1970. Beautiful memories woven in sold. This the picture ,ve tenderly hold. Deep in our hearts our memories are kept. To love, cherish nnd never forget, Secret tears do often flow. Since you left one year ago. The years may \vipe out many things. But tills they wipe out never. The memories of those happy days when we were all together. Sadly missed by husband and children. EDUCATIONAL Instruction 12A EMIPLOYMEJ^T Help Wanted—Female 18 Rummage & Garage Sales 8 S — 12 . SALE — New Fantastic rummage sale, beautiful resale ladies dresses, suits, coats, including minks. Persian lambs, many others. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 10 til 4 Quality Exchange Shop, 2G15C Slate St., Alton. I2A — TF Mon to 8/30 IS — 13 BABYSITTER — Brighton or find- frey area. One child. 372-:«182. — ii „_ GENERAL OFFICE — $325. Math ability. Shorthand. Great company benefits. Mrs. St. Clair. 4T,5-4l!fii Data Placement Systems, Piasa Ruilctlng. 18 — 1:1 betv AvailABILITY EMPLOYMENT Salesmen SALTS FEOPLI-: NTcfciViTn" •ir;--5o',_> !or appointnlo i a.m. nnd :i p.m. Situations Wtd.—Female »•> „_ j•( PARl I 1M1-: OK I L 1,1, I IMK-- e-ellent tvpisi. T-'Ipurr ;ipiitmlr> --hi'rthanrl only Rv mntniv ' () AII'Hi Tlvoniti.fi Tclepraph. Monrlay, January 11, 1071 TKM)Y B-7 Societies and Ledges 9 YORK RITE Commandery degrees. Red Cross & Malta. Piasa Temple, 7:30 p.m. Mon., Jan. 11. Lost—Strayed—Stolen 10 U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! MEN • WOMEN IS AND OVER SECURE JOBS. Ugh starting pay. Short hours. Advancement. Preparatory training as long as required. Thousands of jobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. FREE booklet on jobs, salaries, requirements. Write TODAY giving name, address and phone. Lincoln Service. Box 810. Alton Evening Telegraph 12A — 12 Democracy's fount Ahonians * • . be asked to lacking home rule honor Dr. By GREGG HERRINGTON WASHINGTON (AP) — One hundred years after the right Equal pay for women will is goal By JIM ADAMS WASHINGTON (AP) — Praising the Women's Lib drive on behalf of the working girl, the government's top equal employment official promises more pressure to get her treated as well as working men. Chairman William H. Brown III of the Equal Sm- ployment Opportunity Commission says lower pay and slower promotions for women persist even though employers and unions recognize the discrimination. "Unfortunately most people agree that it's there," Brown said in an interview, "but not enough, not nearly enough, has been done about eliminating sex discrimination, "And I think," he said, "we're just going to have to put a lot more pressure on most of the respondents—the labor unions, the private employment agencies, the state employment services and certainly the corporations." He said the pressure first will be for voluntary com' pliance and, that failing, it will be brought to bear through cooperation with an increasing number of private lawyers who are taking sex discrimination cases to court. As yet, the EEOC lacks the enforcement power that Brown has lobbied hard for. The commission is limited to conciliating companies and encouraging law suits by complainants. Brown's EEOC last year handled complaints from 2,684 women and 355 men of discriminatory hiring, firing, pay, working conditions and restrictions and promotion opportunity on the basis of sex. These accounted for a fifth Of the 17,903 job discrimination complaints handled by the agency. Another two-thirds of the total was for racial discrimination. Last year's complaints Jumped 30 per cent from the 14,471 in 1969 and Brown predicted substantial increases wiU continue for five to 10 years as more workers take advantage of federal laws. The Women's Lib groups encourage women to file complaints with the EEOC and in many cases file suits in the courts when EEOC conciliation with the companies involved is not successful, Brown said. But the way to stop job discrimination, he said, is for top management to let their •'' personnel people know their own promotions will depend on how well they handle equal opportunity programs as well as their other duties. of self-government was taken away from the capital of the world's pre-eminent democracy, the city is geared up to take a 'giant step toward a second chance. D i s.t r i c t of Columbia residents go to the polls Tuesday to select candidates for nonvoting delegate to the House of Representatives. While the eventual winner will give the District a voteless voice in the House, Congress will still control the city's pursestrings and the President will still appoint the mayor and the city council. But home-rule advocates say this is an important step in reversing the century-old arrangement. Running in a race that has no local precedent in modern times, the three leading candidates for the all- important Democratic primary appear timid about straying far from each other on the major issues— crime, freeways, schools and home rule. The Republican nomination will fall to John A. Nevius, a former city councilman who decsribes himself as a Rockefeller-Kennedy type. He is the only Republican and the only white man on the ballot. All seven Democrats are black, as is about 70 per cent of the city's population. Barring a runoff, the Democratic winner Tuesday will be the clear favorite to win the Capitol Hill job in the March general election, although several expected independent candidates in that contest could disturb that probability. Unless a single candidate gets 40 per cent of the vote, a runoff will be required. The job includes a $42,500 annual salary, a suite of Capitol offices and Staff, the right to speak on the House , floor and offer bills and amendments—but no vote. Through most of the 19th Century Washington had several types of government with varying degrees of self- rule. But in 1871 Congress put through a total reorganization calling for the entire top level of the city's, government to be presidential^ appointed— except for a nonvoting delegate. Curiously it was in the four years after this reorganization that the corruption developed which some later opponents of home-rule pointed to as justification f o r keeping Washington's government in the hands of the federal government. By 1875, Congress had enough and, after financially bailing out the city, moved to abolish the delegate position, and again reorganized Washington's government, putting most of the city's affairs directly in the hands of the House and Senate. A century later, the feeling throughout Washington is the city can't lose with the election of any of the front runners. The Washington Post has editorialized "Almost any outcome will do credit to the community." Alton Mayor Paul Lenz said today that he will issue a proclamation designating Friday, Jan. as a day of remembrance for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In response to a letter submitted by the Alton branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, requesting the proclamation, Mayor Lenz said "I'll be happy to issue such a proclamation." Lenz added that this proclamation would not be a holiday, but instead a request to the people of Al(on to take time out in remembrance of Dr. King. . - _ . In Brighton area Lady's auxiliary Patrlach Militant I.O.CXF. pin. Keepsake. Genevieve Marsden engraved on back. If found, .lerseyville 498-3313 or 200 No. Liberty si. 10 — il FOUND IN BETHALTO—Small light brown male dog with Boxer face. 377-9369. 10 — 13 FOUND—One Walker Fox Hound. Fosterburg area. 259-373G. 10 — 16 MOTEL MANAGEMENT Men - Women - Couples Learn Motel Operation with our short, Inexpensive course at home followed by two weeks' Resident Training in a mote! operated by us. Age no barrier. Free nationwide placement assistance upon completion. VA APPROVED For complete Information write, giving address and phone number, lo Executive Training Division Ambassador Motels, Incorporated Dept. 7. 7855 W. Colfax Denver, Colorado 80215 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT — Mature person. wort for VP nf financial institution. lUlit typing, mi shorthand, interesting work iv- latcd to pension and tvii'.t funds 4(in,«-$4. : >0 mo. fee paid. SI-'CRETARY — Tvnnitt an I shorthand required, prefer some fire and casualty insuraiV'' b.irk- sround. however, will train. .'10(1 mo. start, local KI.Y PUNCH — Second shin, mini mum I ynar work "xpcrioncc. tree parkinu, S375 mo. start. CLERK TYPIST — Must lie experienced, typo 50 w/m clcctne, other inlori'slinn duties. manv benefits. Slur! $35fl-$37."> i, foe puid. I-:.! - l.t — IWM.I. BABYSIT DAYS IN MO: EMPLOYMENT one :!T7-nn:i ;.' — r- Ill'lli SCHOOL \voi k .is r two children. l-'.\peri nhililv. \vn i. HATIYSIT WANTKD—Situation e-i ly couple- Will tiifi-'JfiTri Ii • ,';irin;: foil rkl Slav in 1i|nmc-. •IHfi-mitt FINANCIAL Business Opportunities u.x- S'h S4W1 I Help Wanted—Male 17 LOST—From area Just north of Pepsi Cola bottling company, a wire-haired mixed breed female, weighing about 14 IbB. Tan hair with dark brown saddle, yellow eyes. Wearing studded collar with flea collar. Reward. 462-5562. 10 — 13 : $50 REWARD for return of pet beagle, missing Dec. 30, Rosewood Heights, black collar, 259-6176. 10 — 13 1 NICE GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG —Medium size. Vicinity of old Al- ton-Edwardsvllle Rd. Owner call 656-9594. 10 — 11 1 LOST OR STRAYED—Small female, black and white, dog old and 111, 'answers to name "Boots", vicinity of Tipton, Wood River. Reward. 254-9445. 10 — 14 LOST—14-month-old male German Shepherd. Black and silver, with light tan on legs. Answers to Rln- nle. Please return and no questions will be asked. Missing since December 18. Firm $100 reward. Glen Carbon, call 288-7688. Edwardsville 656-7726. SECRETARY — 2-.\ years \vorl perience. good typing and skills required financial Held, plus. I'l-c paid. IMCTAPHONK/TYPIST — Kxpen- onced. heavy typing plus oilier duties, mainr firm and beneiils. mature individual, start $40(l-$.J.'iO. STENO — Type 45 \v/m. 80 ,/h. some work experience preferred, however, will consider sharp be- winner $37. r i-$400. BOOKKEEPER — Hull chaiRo with kiiowledRe of various statements and federal tax forms, local, sal- ury open top salary for qualified individual. WE HAVE MANY OTHER OPENINGS Open Tburs. Eve 'til 7 p.m. AvailABILITY 659 E. Broadway — 462-8831 '\\V11, you soe, Mom- I was trying lo give my room Ilia) 'lived in' look." 18 — 11 HOUSEKEEPER — For Call 465-6020. gentleman. Notices 11 Union Electric puts mortgage bonds on sale NEW YORK - The public offering of $50 million in Union Electric Co. first mortgage bonds, to yield 7.75 per cent interest, was announced here. The mortgage bond proceeds will be used to retire, in part, short-term bank loans and commercial paper notes, which the company incurred to cover part of construction costs in the latter part of 1970. 47 — 11, 13, 15 MILTON—2 bedroom, aluminum siding. Basement and garage. Oil heat. Good condition. $115 month. Buchanan Agency, 462-4061. 17 — 11 — CLAIMS ADJUSTOR TRAINEE — Degree. Excellent training nnd advancement. Relocation necessary. $7500. Fee paid. Mr. Davis, 405-4261. Data Placement Systems, Piasa Building. 17 — 11 — INVESTIGATOR — National firm needs local man. Management training ,some college. $0000. Mr. Davis, 405-4201. Data Placement Systems, Piasa Building. 17 — 11 —— SALES TRAINEE—Self-starter, established territory. Madison and St. Clalr County. Work out of home. $7200 plus auto. Mr. Davis. 465-4261. Data Placement Systems, Piasa Building. 17 — 11 TRAINEES TO SALES MANAGEMENT—$5400 to $10,000. Mast be 21. Sales experience helpful but not necessary. Mrs. St. Clalr. 405-4261. Data Placement Systems, Piasa Building. 17 — 11' SALESMAN — Your chance to grow with organization destined to be a leader. Must be aggressive and energetic. Salary $7800 plus commission. Mr. DeVer, 465-4201. Data Help Wtd., 19 — 12 Male-Female 19 ALL TYPES OF OPENINGS — Up to $650 per month, American Employment, 72R E. Urondwny. Salesladies 19A COSTANZO JEWELRY 15 Wood Riv e r Ave. Wo.icl Hive- L-M-S7M "Diamonds Is Our Business" Remount your <>:ii I)' imeinds! In u New Set. This is our Speblnltv. (Master Chnrnc Wrlceune). * * * * * * * * if * " ATTENTION!! Direct Sieles Distributor.;: Ail' Interested In :i Hl-MTKK el-ay 1 Ceille-i 1 (7M) 772-2SII. Mr. V llairielel. Interstate Uni;n e- Co.. Aliulielm. Cnllfeu ilia 02H I" 2:i — .Inn. 2. •!. r,. <>. II. 12 •FRANCHISE VIVIANE WOODARD pOS- METICS—A SUBSIDIARY OF GENERAL FOODS No franchise fee, SMI) mlnimjmn In- venteiry. conliuunl i;ul co'locl Sallle Steplions (2i:i) 2:1 — 1:1 a - IJAY — 12 LADIES — Fashion Wagon of Minnesota Woolen bus part time open- Ings lo show beautiful fashions. No experience necessary. Must be over 21. If you can work 3 eve- nlnj>s a week, hiwc transportation and would like a high income and free WOO wardrobe, call 465-74IM. HIA — 13 WOMEN: 1'arl time, light deliveries, must have phone. Write Hem- nie Jo Caudles, Inc., Uox 277, Portage, Indiana 4G368. IDA — 'I 5 « 7 II 12 13 14 — HAVE YOU EVER BEEN to a Lisa Jewelry Party? Lisa is new in this urea. Managers and salesgirls needed. No Investment. Coin- missions paid weekly. Call collect 317-802-4916. IDA — 11 Complete liniuiu auklanco at no co TIO.N doing SUNOCO SERVR't FOR good (2-3310. STA- LEASE — Open, and Kiillotui )!<.'• land Heights, Mo. 3M!>-5<l2-i|! 10. tcr , r i, UM-80H-2740. Money to Loan 27A — 11 13 14 18 1111(1 BUSINESS SERVICE Business Announcements 32 \> _ . HA1N h n IM-'.ST i ciini Work oh .til huu'-e'hiili! pt's li'iniilr tuspet'tlnn. .1^ 10 vc.ir iiuaranU'c on I nil Koiiablr. Insured liini' Ouluk si'i'viiT. '.!54 .Inn. IS CON 1 KOI. — - $1 year l ; n.'t' t much -rmitt 1 t Call -;t:tVS. un CUSTOM - MADE SIGNS — Outdoor and Ineloor. Maf.ncll7.Pel. 3-D. Anj sl/.e. .177-0824. ". .' ~ ". .. . . .... -H Building— Contracting 33 RENTALS 41 Sleeping Rooms 41 — Feb. 13 -( I.I..AN. ( OMFOUTAI3LK .ROOMS — II Ki'ntlrniun. Resident manager. .Tkly rales. Wood River. 254-7292, ENTRANCE, comfort- 1 p.m., 25.1-5650. Room & Board 42 Mary- Af- 27A FREE CERAMIC CLASSES, MOIV day and Tuesday, 0 til 2, Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 7 til 10, 561 Nevada, Rosewood Heights, 259-7035. U — TF Mon. Fri Placement 17 — 11 Systems, Plasu Bldg. PROJECTOR BULB BURNED OUT? FOSTER'S DRUG STORE carries most all kinds 230 E Broadway Ar TOW* ANNOUNCEMENTS ODen 'til 9 everv PHOTO CENTER. 11 — 11 night. ALTON'S MOTVAT1ON MEETING—Public invited. January 11, 7:30 p.m., M. A. Medhurst Companies Motivation Associates 1102 Milton Rd., 462-7242 Distributors, for success, Motivation Institute, Incp. Riders 11A 11A — 13 RIDE—From Milton area to McDonnell, building 101. Hours: 6:30 to 3 p.m. 465-1159. ACCOUNTANT—Public background, degree. Illinois area. $9,000. Mr. Davis, 465-4261. Datn Placement Systems, Piasa Building. 17 _ 13 OUTSIDE PUBLIC CONTACT WORK—No selling, collecting, or out-of-town travel. Established nationwide Inspection agency has opening for part-time man In Alton area, to make Insurance investlga tlons. Must be at least high schoo graduate. Own cur, nnd good typist. Write P.O. Box 20037, St. Louis, Mo. 63144. 17 — 11 CREDIT TRAINEE—Exceptional opportunity. Fast promotion for ambitious person. Must be bondnble and draft free. $5400. Mr. DeVcr, 465-4261. Data Placement Systems, Plnsa Building. y __ 10 ^__.. AvailABILITY CUSTOMER SERVICE—In office of major manufacturer, handle customer Inquiries over phone. Ability to work well with people a must. To $7,200. DEMONSTRATOR POSITIONS — Open for women ages 1!) to 45, Can earn , $50 per week part time, to $150 for full time work. 405-2675. 1!)A — 20 AVON CALLING YOU—For n wonderful earning opportunity In your own territory, during your own hours. Immediate openings Fosterburg, Godfrey, Elsub, Jerseyvllle. Write Mrs. Ruth Gunn, ,0121 Summit, East St. Louis, 111. 02204, or call 344-7372. IDA — 111 ***************** A}**** HOMEOWNERS WHY OH WHY DO YOU WAIT? When 11 First or Second Mo I.onii e'on 1. Lower Monthly Payments 2. Consollilntc Debts 3. Pay Olel 13111s M — TF Mon ------WHITE ISAKliD ENAMEL GUTTERING INSTALLED — Russell's Ine-.. lilt Mlllnn Ret.. Altein. 405-5588. ;t;i — l.'oh. i; ------------- 211-eiAUGE GUTl'liKING — Paint grip. solelcriHl, roofliiu, repairs. palming, oilel |obs. Heasemnble. Prompt service. 2. r i4-:i()4!). I _ | .•(.],. (i ---Oli'S IIOMIi RF.PAIR — Nu Job on small. 24 - hour emergency ilumhlni; iinel sewer repairs. 1'nncl- . drop rolling, rathskellers, cc- iH'itl ami all gone'rul home repairs. Jem't fuss— Call us. 4(15-0058. — .Inn. 12 -- AKPENTRY REPAIR — Plumbing, vp.ilr flemr tile, paneling, celling, iluster patching, window repair imi enlel lobs. 402-3360. .| ) I ^ : . -. i . NUUSI: WILL HOARD ae-tlve elderly lii luxury home. C.eilllnsvllle un-ii. Bemilllii! surroundings. Call l.i _ 11 UOOM K HOARD for men In private linme. •U;:'i.40ri(i. Hull 4. Recover from (he Seasons fi.'UiT YOU LIVE AGAllN ANY AMOUNT UP TO $flll() liiy LUKEN INVESTMENT :»I7 Stale SlVdei, Alton. CO. PERSONAL SERV Dressmaking—Tailor ng 30 Income Tax 11B — Feb. 11 11B Legal 1 Legal — 3923 — Jan. 19 The Olln Corporation, East Alton, has filed with the Environmental Protection Agency and Pollution Control Board a Petition for a Variance, In accordance with Title IX of the Environmental Protection Act. If the petition Is granted, the petitioner will be permitted to burn greater than 2 f ,; sulphur coal during an episode In violation of the Environmental Protection Act and related regulations. The Environmental Protection Agejicy solicits the views of persons who might be adversely affected by the granting of the variance. Any comments or Inquiries should be addressed to: Bureau of Air Pollution Control, Environmental Protection Agency, 2200 Churchill Road Springfield, Illinois 62706 (217/525-7326) - or • Bureau of Air Pollution Control, Environmental Protection Agency, 1800 St. Louis Road, Collinsvllle, Illinois 62234 (618/345-03CS). Legal 3908 — 4 11 18 NOTICE Public Notice Is hereby given that on December 31st, 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 transacting the business known as SOUTHERN ILLINOIS INSURANCE AGENCY, located at 235 Church St., East Alton, Illinois. Bated this 31st day of December, A.D. 1970. EULALIA HOTZ County Clerk. Legal—3905 — Jun. 4, II, 1971 NOTICE Please take notice that the annual meeting of the members of Piasa First Federal Savings and Loan As• soclution will be held at the office of said Association, State and Wall Streets, Alton, Illinois, on Wednesday, January 20, 1971, ul the hour of 7:30 P.M. PIASA FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION By: MALCOLM L. KINDIG Secretary INCOME TAX SERVICE—Albert J. Belanger, 15 Holly Hill Dr. Phone 462-8019. Evenings from 5:30 p.m. Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. 11B — Feb. 6 INCOME TAX SERVICE—Federal and state. Trained consultant. Confidential. Vroman's General Store, 217 West St. Louis Ave., East Alton. 254-4743. 10 'til 5, Tuesday thru Saturday. N 11B — Feb. 2 RITE-WAY INCOME TAX SERVICE — Guaranteed, confidential, accu rate tax returns by experienced consultants. $3.50 minimum. 570 Park Lane, Wood River. 259-1450. 11B — Jan. 29 ALTON BOOKKEEPING AND INCOME TAX SERVICE Professionally trained staff. 16 years experience. Accurate and confidential work. For appointment, call; 465-3751 or 462-0228. 11B — Feb. 3 INCOME TAX SERVICE, my home, Brighton, trained and qualified, reasonable and confidential, appointment, 372-3314. 11B — Feb. .3 INCOME TAX — Jane Bouillon, 1709 Washington Ave., Alton, III, 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). 377-9458. After 5:30 p.m. 377-8217 Bethalto. 1113 — Feb. 8 INCOME TAX—Confidential accu FOREMAN—metal plating experience, polishing to $10,000. and PERSONABLE WOMEN — Able to comunicate with the public. Should be interested In loarnlnn the autO' motive sales field. Interested np pliconts contact Mr. Leu Lucas at Chuck DleriiiK Chrysler-Plymouth Ph. 465-5M1. 19A — 4 11 HELP YOUR HUSBAND! You can earn up lo $12.50 in an hour taking orders from your friends, neighbors and relatives for Studio Girl's beautiful Good Housekeeping approved WIGS, WIG LETS, FALLS and cosmetics! Top'profits. No territory restrictions. Also sell where you work. Full time or spare hours. Side line OK. Phone collect (312) 292-2055 or wrlle STUDIO GIRL HOLLYWOOD, DEPT. C-117, 114(11 Hurl SI., No. Hollywood, Cn. (11005, for full information and free samples by mull. No one will cull on you. All replies confidential. Phone today. 30 — Feb. 11 BEAUTIFUL FABRICS — Reason able. Custom slipcovers, spreads drupes. Show samples, your con venience. Alterations. 4d2-'403. 30 — 14 DRESSMAKING —Punt sull INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER—experience with Incentive time studies, will accept less than degree, salary $9,000 up, depending upon experience. INSURANCE INSPECTOR — Travel Monday through Friday for major firm, start $6000 plus company car. ACCOUNTANT—15 years auditing experience plus degree. Some Irav,el. $11,000 up. SUPERVISOR—Supervision experience In welding and heavy metal fabrication and assembly. To $12,000. OFFICE MANAGEMENT—2 years college accounting required, with some office experience. To $8,000. WE HAVE MANY OTHER OPENINGS Open Thurs, Eve. 'til 7 p.m. AvailABILITY 659 E. Broadway — 402-8831 Salesmen 20 20 NEEDED—8 men to work, Immediately. Commission or guarantee. 405-2675. 20 — Id — SMALL FAMILY OWNED CONCERN needs men, ages 10-31. Apply at 10:15 a.m. 2414 E. Broadway, Alton III. 20—11 — HU1LD A BUSINESS in your own neiBhborhoeid. Exceptional opportunity for growing Income with fust repeat customer .lervlce. For interview call 405-2315, 5-11 p.m. 20 TREE REMOVAL — Al buildings. HmilliiK nnywl mired. I'roo estimate.';. 37 T' —— !'"e*l) 1'1 -———.—— SPECIALTY PliST CONTI- per room. Matliroom an free. Work guurunle.vel. any lime. 32 — Jan. 24 TREE TRIMMING—Tre;cs evergreens, shrubi, trlmtr away. Full time spocl surcd. Free estimates. 254- LEADS! LEADS! LEADS! All daytime appointment!! selling health Insurance to pceiple; over 05. 40 per cent advance commission paid dally. cuii; KEN MCDONALD Reserve Life; Insurance Co., 0 to 12 noon. — 405-4303 rate service by trained, experienced consultants. For appointment, call Danny Middleton, 402-9131. 11B — 16 , INCOME TAX SERVICE—Federal and State, confidential, personal or farm, by appointment, call Dorsey, 377-5508. 11B _ 4.6-8-11-13-15-18-20-22-25-27-30 INCOME TAX SPECIALIST 30 Years Experience FEDERAL — STATE BUSINESS SERVICE Cord 2 — 11 . VICTOR E. extend our tlves, were of ThanVi DAVIS — We want to thanks to all oeir rela- frlends, and neighbors who so kind during our recent bereavement, special thanks to Frunklln Masonic Lodge 25, to the Rev. Leonard Todd, Dr. Manu, staff at Alton Memorial Hospital, and Morrow Qulnn mortuary. Mrs. Venn a H. Davis and Family. EARL W. MANNS Aceountant City Scutes Of/Ice 1504 U. Broadway Alte>n, III. 4B2-03J2 Help Wanted—Female 18 BOOKKEEPING — Mature. Oood working conditions. Local. $35U lo $500. Mrs. Skelton. 465-42(11. Hutu Placement Systems, Plasu Blelg. 18 — 12 LADY — To take earn of elelesrly lady. No waKhlngs or iionliiMK. Home and jiooel wanes. 4(i2-!)(iii8. 18—11 , GIRL FRIDAY—Good lyplsl. Prefer Insurance background. Company benefits. $300 to $:i50. Local. Mrs Skelton, 4G5-4261. Data Placement Systems, Piasa Hulldlng. 18 — 14 WANTED—Experienced hairdresser. Apply Tuesday thru Friday. 2522 State St. 18 — .lun. 14 SECKBTARY — Opening with leading Insurance agency; excellent opportunity for above average woman. Salary open. Aee 25-40. Shorthand, typing essential. Insurance agency experience helpful. All replies strictly confidential. Contact Mrs. Doreithy Keller, Chuck Schmidt Insurance Agency, 2M St. l.oulb Street, Edwurd.sville. Illinois, 656-0120. 20 — II ARE YOUR WORTH $18,000 IN A YEAR? Most e>t our men eiirn ICKH, bill urc plciisaully Kurprlsed with uplcmlkl Income' they elo enjoy. Neetd mim over 40 lo take short uutei trips In Alton urea. Air mail: II. C'. Ule-k- erson, Pres., Soulhwenlorn Polrulo um Corp., ft. Worth, Ti'X. EDUCATIONAL ~ stilts, cout linings, and nil Call between 5 nnd !>. 4liii ,'tll — 22 DRESSMAKING AND ALTEKA TION.S on Women's am Clothes — Alsu towel bring your TowelN (.')) the pattern. 2. r >!)-4,'W2. CE jmu Men' tackcls I BUSINESS SERV Business Announceme :i2 — 2H :n 4 H ii in 22 - BUSINESS SERV Kloctrlc, I'luinhliief, H Air-ConellllonliiK & All Anpllune'c Itcpulrx i IMaluiN. L & T, APPLIA 254-5751 CE ts 32 sum re. lr liHOB. 2. r >4-4, r i4 einovoi. id. Hat: r iB8. CE lltillK, Home All CE SIDING Call for Free Estimate ABERT Siding and Modernizing BETHALTO 377-9998 Decorating 34 HOST^CARPET CLEANING ecommcmted by Carpet Mills Ic lean Modern Carpo's. Use oui dnclilne nnd olcnn 40 yards of -.cirpct for $».»» SUPERIOR IMTI.HIORS 102« Main St.. Alton and Wll'ihlrn Slidppn K center I — Jan. 28 1OKR1K PAINTING S DI'.CORAT- ING—Vinyl wall covering, wallpaper, plaster. roofluiJ. Free estimate!;. 2511-2519. AINTINO — Plu-ilerlnr,, removing wallpnpcr, cr.rpcnior work, roof repair. No Ion tro small. Charles Ilusden. 100-4.108. Apartments—Flats Heating & Plumbing 37 17 — Feb. (i lOll'K IIOMIi REPAIR — No |ol loo umiill. 24-bour service on healing, plmnliinn urn sewer repairs. 4(iri-ll05R. :i7 — .Ian. W CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING — Furnace! sales and Iniilullallein. Call I'eir free usllnittlcn. We ropnlr til.io. :i77.n2fll. J'lro TV :mel Appllnnren; 22:\ .South Prairie, ncthnlto. 45 — 7 S !1 II 14 15 10 18 — BETH ALTO— 1 or 2 bedroom apt*. for lease. S120 and $135 per month. 254-0370. •ir> — n ----THREE ROOM APT. — Stove and rel'rlnurntor. hunt and an 4 conditioning furnished. 427 Ferguson, Wood Rlvor. :i54-3827. ,(5 _ Feb. s __ «____._ LOVELY 5 ROOMS & BATH— Heat mid wilier furnished. North Alton area. On bus line. Adults. No pets. 402-IU33 afte.r 0 p.m. ir, — Feb. (i DUPLEX APT. — 102 Grace, Be- ll'nllo. (ins boat, air conditioning, rnrp,-;llnn. S125. Days: 377-5261; ovenltms: 377-87H1 or 377-M290. •15 _ Hi ----THREE ROOMS, uround floor, air conditioner, stove, refriKcrator. water. .f,K(l. 7(11 Madison, Wood Uivor, 2r>4-0ri90. 15 — Feb. 2 .INDI-N APTS.— -l room. Heat and wilier furnished. $125. $25 deposit. Z59-72S2. l.'i — Feb. H ---FOR SINCLE employed man or wnnmn. 3-ronni apartment. Built-in rcfriHunitor and stove. Heat and water furnished. Ilunry Street, Allon. $!)!». Call 405-8800, between II a.m. and B p.m. WOOD RIVER RENTALS — Call 54-2811. RENTALS Sleeping 12 Rooms 41 •II NICK 1.AKHF. SLEWING KOOM — I'rlvnlr entrance;. 4(i. r i-. r ilRI. !)U Ii. Sixth, Alton. 41 — Ei'h. II —- NICIi CLEAN WARM DOOMS—Kf- rrlHcnilor lit ball. Arre>sn frejm ClUisfi Works. Private entrance. IfilK Ii. Fourth. 4(i2-!i!>24. 4) — .Inn. \2 IH)N AIU HOTEL — With eir with- oul prlyulu 'lath, very warm, across from e'JHiMH We)rkM. BUSINESS SERVICE" OH sv?» SNIVM •Aim .10 iiMti uo |iii)t| /i.n -0.1,1 p puai|ii (.Aiip |)|D3 ;n|l Hiit,;tip .)A||.ii\|i(j.nl ,-1.111111 uaA'o|iluii) .1 n o A :)i|uw sir.Krnnii —SJIO.I.DVMJ.NO:) ;i LARGE ROOMS ». BATH— Exceptionally nice. Prefer employed lady. ' N'V:W APT.. Very nice. .IU.ST COMPLETED — Adults only. Roxana. •in — TF SOUTH Lovely AH ROXANA — 222 Park. •! rooms uncl bath, carpeted. Central air. Shower, Btove and oven, curtain rods. Nice landscaped ynrd. Very nice for only $110 a mouth Days 254-2811. After ti, 4(in-7»:i8 or 377-5427. jr _____ j -i , , M ,ROXANA— -3 rooms and basement. Duplex. Very clean. $70. 254-3339. ,,r, - in _ -LARGE :i ROOMS AND BATH — Washltinton Ave. Kitchen furnished, Carport., Private entrance*. Adults. 402-3083. MISC. FOR SALE FOR SALE HKA1M8 I»I,ATK nnd uthfir Item* Hyman-Michaels Coinpaiiy -Off K. Hulwy ( HlKNHIMI KITCHEN CABINETS Kxpi-rt Cabinet Work ZIMMER Home Improvement 7»6 MILTON RD. Ph. 463-0876 . EMPLOYMENT THE FAMILY of Ray (Snperchief) Weaver — We would like to thank and express our appreciation to all the CBers. friends, relatives, neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Especially Rev. Noel for his spiritual guidance and bringing all down 10 the children's level, the consideration of Mr. and Mrs. Streeper, and secretary, and those who sent cards, flowers, food or helped in any way. It has meant so much to us In aur- time of sorrow. Wife, Dorothy: Children, Mara, Danielle and Raydean; Mother, sister, brothers. 2 part time openings, one full time, high school education. CALL 345-4266 SIDING Aluminum & Vinyl Broaddus and Thorp Siding and Modernizing Free estimates 259-3358 2IM7Q* MADISON COUNTY PARENTS Supplement your Income as a part time j'tiprwcnlutlvu with the WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA. 10 Flexible so you can unloy your family. Full ilme work with guaranteed Income for those Interested. l-'or information Call H. A. 102-7606 MISC. FOR SALb MISC. FOR SALE Hydraulic Service New Used Floor & Hand Jacks 251MOOB UlilMIOUB 111) Illi St., KiiNt Alton • TRAIN TO BE A •• HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR lei ojMM'utc liullclo/.- C r U n e> s, Sfrupcrs, Loaders, Tnjncli- ei's, etc., al DUr miiflci ii fu- cllity. A tiigli paid curct-r is opon te) ambitions men! Uiilviirital Ilouvy Const rucl ion Se'liools HOIIK; Offie'c: Mlunil, Ma. For Infunimtloii Wrllc To: I' U.ll.C.S. Dept. No. CLOSING OUT SALE Thursday, Jan 14, 1971 10:30 A.M. I will soil at Public Auction the following described personal property, located at the West edge of Roodhouse, Illinois, on blacktop road. Trucks, Trailers, and Equipment IIMH Hie Nil. MM) SlnKlr Axli I nicleii 111(11 MIC 200 Slnulr Axle li.irlm WWIIl Motor (('utnple-lHv Dvi'i- liiiiili'(l) 111)10 I I) IHIUI) Willie Klr'iH I le-in Axli< Illicloi IUH2 I mil 2 'Inn W/lle'i . llol'.l iiuel Slni'K Uue'k , (Niuv lUul K Slurk Hae'k) ! 10152 UK 2 Inn Truck vji'/in 1 (inui IU!iU Kryslimr :ilr SMirli 11ullci • nir>» III50 11)47 rili'liiiul I,mill I nolillc :t5' (ii Inilliiiuliilr 211' Sin 70S I 7 Hum Gregory Humus City, Mo. 64114 Phone: St. Louis 771-1 IbO Pluu&u Print I Nume Address ICIly j State I Phone I APPHOVEU U...... Zip Age l-OK VliTtHANS Fai I liieMcir Illll Itfll eOvt-l Ililllle el) I umlrm Axle" Axle"' Axle' ;lr Axle 1 l,i;iln I i ,'illn m Equipment I U.I I Ollvi-l HH I Mil Ollve-i W liiii'lui W/llyelnuille IK5IJ HH I nunu III1II 70 eillve-i liucleii All nlieive- Inei'liils linve liiiel ne-w sle-e-ve-s, |il>lein.s anet eivi'ilnn le-el in Hie- lusl Iwei ve-eeis. low .11) :i*M" I'eill lypr I'luw \\7ll\il. llnlleT UK IIKI4" I'nll ll'» I 11)112 New Iliilliiiul Wli I!)(« Ne-w lleilliuiel Side- Jl> 400 < eini i'lierile r W/l i-il .11) No. II (enII Slie-lle-i .11) 12 Keille-i UK Vt' Sealed He-arliiu Koyker 20' Treu-le l.le-v 2 Hul)lier 'Ilie-el WiiKen I Itulibe-i 'llre-el Wagein 1 Weed <;eeller W/7 lie Jolni«)ii l'ri>|Miiir tiui> 2 Wuter 'LiukH - I wllh 1 Lot ol iii'ins loei um Alliiili. pro W/-IO' Diiius .11) II Seelion line o\v UK Whe-e-l DlhC ileil W/(i!is Meileil s W/l-'Isired Ui'ds W/l hill-el Heel ifee Peiwcr Meile»r Iriid'i Oil I link IJcalcj I INK WutcriM- rl'inr, lo iiieiilleiu TERMS: CASH 7' Mnwi'i lEnma: WMOFI Owner. LESLIE (LES) HEMBROUGH Clerk: Paul Freeh Cashier: Everett Painter AUCTIONEER: KENDALL SEELY < imolltiiii, Illinois — I'lioue-; Itri-olJUli —tuuch Will Be Served— '(ir Ae'e'iele'iits Shoulll Any Occur Not ltr*>piiiihilil Storeyland Park Is Really A Fairyland ! ! For MOBILE Home Owners! I'AVI'II) 1'ATIOS OI'T'-STKKKT 1'AltKINO c: NKU'IOK SYSTUM • I'AVKI) STKKKTS STICKK'I' MOHTS LOTS r.OxKIO Wll.l. IIANDIJC AM, KIJHTKH! 1MOI5ILK HOAIIvS SCHOOL BUS S10HVICK NATIJtAI. <JAS I.AI'XDKV KACUJTIE8 VVAUUNi; DISTANCE TO I'TSIIIN<; LAKIO I IU1,, \\ATIJHANO TICAS1! I'H'KIU' You Can Buy Your Mobile Home From STOREYLAND Mobile Homes And Save You The Cost of Moving and Installation! STOREYLAND Mobile Homes Fosterburg Rd. Alton, III. Ph. 465-2531

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