Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 11, 1960 · Page 15
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
June 11, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Publication:
Location:
Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Saturday, June 11, 1960
Page:
Page 15
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 15 article text (OCR)

SATURDAY, JUNE 11, I960 AL1UN UVJfiNINU TJfiLUUMAA'M tit *«*•** Obituaries Mrs. Wells EDWARDSVILLE-Mrs. Gun•la Wells, 67, of 122 West Park St., died at 6:16 p.m. Friday hi St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland where she had been a patient since Monday. Born Dec. 28, 1892 near Prat rietown, a daughter of the late Frederick and Minnie Ohm Kuethe, she is survived by a son, Norman F. Wells of Edwardsville, and, a sister, Mrs. Minnie Blanehirl of Los Angeles, Calif. She is also survived by three grandchildren. She was a member of the Eastern Star, Edwardsville Chapter 667. Friends may call at the Weber Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Sunday. Services will be eon- ducted by the Rev. R. H. Tormohlen, pastor of Eden Evan gelical and Reformed Church at 2 p.m. Monday from the fu neral home. Burial will be in Valley View Cemetery. Thomas Hickcy Word was received today of the death Friday of Thomas Hickey at his home in Sacramento, Calif. He was a former Altonian. Mr. Hickey retired some years ago as vice president of the southern division of Armour & Co., and went to Sacramento where, with his son Charles, he established a packing business. Survivors include a brother, John Hickey, and a sister, Mrs. Harry Beiser, both of Alton. B. R. Kesinger WHITE HALL — Benjamin R. Kesinger, 77, died at 9:25 p.m. Friday in the White HaH Hospital. Born in Greene County on Oct. 27,1883, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ches Kesinger. He was married to Miss Hattie Rhodes on May 11, 1904. For several years, Mr. and Mrs. Kesinger operated the Kesinger Nursing Home here. Previous to operating the home, they had worked at the state hospital for 18 years. They retired a year ago. In addition to his wife, Hattie, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. John Raffety, one grandson, one great-grandson, and one brother, J. H. Kesinger, all of White Hall. The body is at the Dawdy Funeral Home where friends may call Sunday evening. Rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday in the First Baptist Church, Wrights, where Mr. Kesinger was a member. Burial will be in the Hickory Creek Cemetery, Wrights. Mrs. Mary Hill Mrs. Ruth Shmfburn, Sterling and Mrs. Blanche Stage, Wood River, Al of Browrwvflte, Ttx, Prank of ftaxana, Arthur of California and Getus of Alton, 22 grandchildren and 17 gnat grandchildren. The body is at the Burke Funeral Home where funeral arrangements are pending. Mrs. Brown Services Held Funeral services for Mrs. Ev- erleaner Brown, 63, wife ol Frank Brown, were conducted at 1 p.m. Thursday in St. John's Baptist Church. The pastor, the Rev. T. P. Wright, officiated Interment was In Upper Alton Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were Fred Thompson, Louis Day, Henry Bonds, John Hearn, Dorsey Jackson and Ed Mickman. North Alton News BOY BICYCLIST HURT IN CORNER COLLISION Stephen Kline, 9, of 266 Dooley Dr., suffered apparently minor injuries when the bicycle he was riding came in collision with a truck near 305 W. Elm St., Fri day afternoon. Police were called at 4:55 by Mary Pollard of the Rain ft Rain store, who reported the accident on Elm street, at the corner of the alley in the rear of the Yungck drug store. Police said the truck, an Illinois Bell Telephone Co. vehicle, was driven by Merle E. F. Deppel, 27, of 142 W. Tydeman Ave., Roxana Police said the truck driver took the boy to St. Joseph's Hos pita). City Working on Badly Damaged Streets City Engineer Thomas F. Griffin Jr. said today that It is the goal of the city streets department to have all the worst damaged earth streets, exclusive of newly annexed areas, resealed with asphalt and chips by end of June. By that time, he said, It is hoped there may be a final court determination on validity of the annexation of Milton area, so that the street main- enance program there may go : orward in July. In the last seven day period, he reported, the streets department has laid down 35,000 gallons of liquid asphalt in street resurfacing and maintenance. The streets covered were mostly in the old North Alton area. Now work at the Upper Alton side of the city is underway with a goal of completion Mrs. Mary Hill, 73, a widow, j n two weeks — all dependent on weather conditions. The June program, he added, will correct the worst damage from the snow blizzards of last winter. died -Friday afternoon at her residence, 903 Highland Ave. She is survived by a niece, Mrs. Elizabeth Newsome of St. Louis. Her body is at Russell funeral home, where services are set for 10 a.m. Monday, with burial ; n Upper Alton Cemetery. Mrs. Schmittling In failing health for the past three months, Mrs. Ida Schmittling, 84, widow of Frank J. died Kentuckian License Suspended Two Weeks The liquor license of the Kentuckian Tavern was suspended for two weeks today by the Alton Liquor Control Commission. at 5:30 a.m. today in the Ruth Tne commission action was Nursing Home. Previous to en-| based on a charge the tavern, tering the Ruth home three'a* 55 6 E. Broadway, had sold Ricky Towntend Native of Japan, Wood River Boy Makes Rapid Strides in Youthful Affairs WOOD RIVER—Ricky Town, send, though a native of Japan, Is as much a typical American Boy as a native-born son. He is enthusiastic about scouting, outdoor life and camping, Me loves the game of baseball, "but would rather play than watch", and shares the same avid interest in "almost everything", like most 14- year-old boys. Born at HachloJI near Tokyo In Hinshu Island, Ricky lived In Japan until three and one half years ago when he moved with his parents to the Wood River area. Speaking only Japanese prov. ed no handicap for young Ricky. He quickly picked up the English language and American customs playing with neighborhood children and has developed into an excellent student at the Rosewood Grade School. Expressing a preference for reading, spelling and arithmetic, Ricky hurries to explain, "I am better at arithmetic because I had it in Japan. The numbers and everything are just the same. The pronunciation is all that's different". Raising pigeons Is a family hobby and Ricky assists his father, Richard D. Townsend, In caring for a loft of 17 homing pigeons which they are training for competition in the Pigeon Racing Society. In his spare time the boy can usually be found playing baseball with other kids of the neighborhood, practicing with the East Alton Junior League, or engaged in a project for his scout work, which is one of his News oi Area Men and Women In Armed Forces Airman Second Class James R. R. Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Marshall, 2300 N. Rodgers Ave., has been selected April 'Airman of the Month" at the 747th Aircraft Control And Warning Squadron, Ellington AFB, Texas. He received a three day pass and a cash award from the unit commander for his outstanding performance of duty. Airman Marshall, who attended Alton High School, entered the Air Force in May, 1957, and has one year in Labrador. He was a member of the National Honor Society and Science Club at Alton High and is in the Demolay. Airman Marshall is a radar maintenance technician. SP.-4 LEROr J. SCHMOEL LER Jr. is en route to Fort Dix N.J. for ultimate transfer to the U.S. Army of Europe, where hi? wife, the former Miss Martha Jean Rulon, and daughter, Bil- LIFE SCOUT Ricky Townsend, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Townsend, 606 Missouri Ave., South Roxana, is being presented a Life Scout badge by Al Breitweiser, Scoutmaster of Troop 34.—Staff Photo. chief interest. Ricky was presented a Life Scout Badge in ceremonies of leader of the tro °P' Rlckv has been selected to take a week's Scout Troop 34, early this week by Al Breitweiser, Scout master. New to Scouting when he joined the Troop 15 months merit of life scout. Serving as a senior Circuit Judges Cutting Down Backlog of Cases EDWARDSVtLLE - During the first five month* of 1960 a total of 873 law and chftncefy easel were disposed of in circuit court here, or 164 more than were actually filed In that period. Acting Circuit Clerk Eugene Berghoff announced today. In pointing out that the court was keeping well ahead of case filings, Gerghoff explained that the three circuit judges—as a result of the rigid schedules of trial settings which frequently have all three judges on the bench simultaneously -- have achieved a continuing reduction in the backlog of pending capes. "I think the docket is in the best shape It has ever been in the three years I have been con* nected with the circuit clerk's office," Berghoff commented. He pointed out that at the time the three Incumbent circuit the number of pending law ind chancery eases had been further pared down to 1,887. Some of the pending eases also are in the process of settlement, he reported. In the first five months of 1960. there were 424 law and 285 chancery cases filed in the court. During the same period 873 stirh cases were disposed of as follows: by non-jury trial, 47 jury trial. 44; default divorces granted 206; adoption cases dls posed of, 2; default judgment? on notes and similar cases, 109 stipulations and settlements 01 pending cases, 104; other cases disposed of, through foreclosures or lack of prosecution. 82; removal of old cases by court dismissals on docket calls, 277, am cases removed to the federa district court, 6. ANNOUNCEMENTS LtOAL NOflCM m/iiv,B OF v Notice iiMrmy toni tint tnt flrtt. IMQ.U ma qanr or Clarence. Jtir court 'at MI and that claim* may the Hid estate on or dtte wi Dated JOSEPHINE. . y Adm'inistrattlx. Att«lt: DALE HILT, Probate Clerk. ANTHONY W. DALY, Attorney. Mey M, Jui)« 4,_11 IN MBMOfllAM 2,700 law and chancery cases on the docket for trial. In contrast the figure had been reduced to 2,048 by Jan. 1 of this year and by June 1 WoodRiverScouts Receive Awards WOOD RIVER - Members 01 Scout Troop 34 received awards patrol j during a Court of Honor this week. Receiving awards were: Rob- filed in the court dur- ! ing the same five-month period had bee'n disposed of, as fol lows: by pleas of guilty, 37; Jury trial, 3; non-jury trial, 1, and by nolle prosse or dismissed, 6. In contrast to formejr years the three Incumbent clrcui judges have held court sessions through the summer in an ef fort to expedite trial and disposition of the backlog of civi cases, which court attaches said is lower than for any county ol comparable size in the state. training so he may assist the scoutmaster during the troop outing at Camp Warren-Levis. "If there is anything going ert Decker, Chuck Bono, Danny Jones, Star Scouts; Jeff Smith, Jim Wiesman, first class; Donald McGarvey. Bobby Stuart. ago, Ricky has advanced on during a Scout meeting or Gary Jeasley, Bill Butterworth, through the ranks of tenderfoot, second class, first class and star scout to his achieve- a weekend outing, you can be sure Ricky is In the middle of things", Breitweiser stated. New First Baptist Pastor To Be Installed Sunday South Roxana Services Listed SOUTH ROXANA—The Rev. Victor Herman, pastor of Wanda and South Roxana Methodist churches, .will use the theme "Christian Concern," at the 9 a.m. service at Wanda and 11 a.m. service at South Roxana. The Junior MYF will meet at 6 p.m. at Wanda and the 7:30 p.m. service will be at South Roxana. Monday the Senior MYF of I and alliance' president; j second class; Greg Cat-gill, Jim Hanner, John Hansen, John Naef, Paul Howell, Dennis Corsa, tenderfoot; Gary Bramlett, 50th anniversary achievement award. Warrants were presented to Robert Decker, Gary Teasley and Bobby Stuart as officers of the Troop. Bill Butler was selected assistant patrol leader. Appreciation plaques were presented to the Wood River Lions Club for their donation of a merit badge library to the Troop, and to Sam Lindley who has permitted Troop camping on his property. EAST ALTON - The Rev. Thomas McDermand will be official installed as pastor of the P'irst Baptist Church in 2:30 p. m. Sunday ceremonies at the church. The program has been announced as follows: organ prelude, Mrs. Claire Pettingill; hymn; invocation; address of welcome, W. R. Franke, church moderator; scripture reading,! SOUTH ROXANA—The Wo- Rev. J. W. Gholson, Cottage; men's Society of Christian Hills Baptist Church; welcome i Service of the Methodist church on behalf of the city, Charles W.jmei. Wednesday and Mrs. Vanpreter, East Alton mayor; 'Charles Norville conducted the welcome by the ministerial al-| program. She presented a skit liance, Rev. C. W. Patton. First ion missionaries, assisted by : General Baptist Church pastor, i Mrs. Virginia Cuthrall, Mrs. Methodist Women at South Roxana Meet ie Jo., months, expect to months ago, Mrs. Schmittling had resided at 702 Ridge St. The former Ida Tischbein, she was born on Dec. 26, 1875 in Belleville. She was married to Frank Schmittling who preceded her in death in 1950. liquor and beer to minors. The suspension begins at 1 a.m. Monday. Attending the commission meeting were Mayor P. W. Day, H. H. McAdams, Fred W. Dellano, Harry Watson, Robert ioin him later. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Schmoeller Sr. of Brighton, Sp. Schmoeller previously had been stationed in Darmsteadt, Germany for 30 months, returning here in 1958, 'or release from service. On Feb. 10, 1959, he en-listed and spent 15 months with Headquarters Co. 19th Eng. Brigade, 'ort Leonard Wood, Mo. He was honored Saturday evening at a party at the home, of his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Rulon of 3008 Edwards St., where she and their daughter will remain until leaving for Mr. and Mrs. Schmittling were i Harlow, and Joseph J. Spring- parents of twelve children, eight ! man Sr., and Corporation Coun- of whom survive. They are Mrs.jsel, J. W. Hoefert. Florence Kratschmer, St. Louis, Mrs. Ida Schlutter. Belleville, j City Receive . Sales Tax Return Alton will receive a net amount of $23,423 from the half cent municipal sales tax collected on retail transactions of last March. Notice of the amount collected for the city was received today by City Clerk Paul Price from the State Department of Revenue. In May, the city received $21,638 bated on February retail sales; and in April it received $21,518 on January sale*. The first state to abolish capital punishment was Michigan in 1847. JOHN j. CUNDALL Services 10:00 a.m. Monday in the Ch*p«l Rev. E. J. Vane* officiating. Burial in Valhalla Memorial* Park. In state at the Chapel after 2:00 p.m. Sunday overseas. Sp. Schmoeller is a graduate of Carlinville High School. * Committee Raps Waste In Services WASHINGTON (AP) - A Senate committee today hit at what it called "numerous and admitted examples of waste and duplication" in defense buying. The rebuke was in a report by the Senate Appropriations Committee explaining its bill providing $40,384,897,000 tor defense outlays ui the new fiscal year which begins July 1. As the biggest annual funds measure reached the Senate for expected floor action next week, it contained $1,049,897,000 more titan President Eisenhower asked in January and $1,047,030,000 more than voted by the House last month. Tba Senate group restored several multimiUion dollar items rejected by the House and added a| number the House 'did not consider. Once the big bill passes the Senate, a compromise must be reached with the Houes on scores differences. South Roxana will meet at 6:30 p.m. At 7:30 p.m. there will be a meeting of the South Roxana official board. Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. there will be a meeting of the Methodist Men at Wanda and the speaker will be Albert Uzzell of Alton. Wednesday at 6 p.m. the Junior MYF will meet at South Roxana at the home of Mrs. Fred Longshore. Thursday at 9:45 a.m. the cottage prayer meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Charles Norville in South Roxana. At 1 Edith O'Neil and Mrs. Victor Charge to the church, Rev.j Herman Mrs . Herman read the Robert J. Cochran, Alton Bap-| devollonals- tist Association moderator; spe-| cial music, Boyd Sever and theL The women discussed ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to til per son* that the first Monday In July I860, is the Claim Date In the estate of Henry C. Heppner, Deceasec pending In the Probate Court of Ma dlson County, Illinois, and tha claim may be filed against the said estate on or before said date with out Issuance of summons. Datec this 27th day of May, I860. Attest: DALE HILT Probate Clerk. LEWIS D. WENfcEL Admlnlstrat or with will annexed. I. H. STREf PER, III Attorney. STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) SS. COUNTY OF MADISON ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PAULETTE D. THOMPSON ) Plaintiff VS. WILLIAM J. THOMPSON Defendant j ing the MYF attend an institute i , ,. . . ing LIU: iTi. x j.- CILL-ITIIU an i»inni,v*t,c church choir;_charge, to the pas-, McKendree College . Refresh . tor, Rev. C. K. Hartmann, Cen-' tralia, area representative of the Illinois State Baptist Convention; response, Rev. McDermand; dedicatory prayer, Rev. Waiter Burk, Wood River First Baptist, benediction, Rev. McDermand. A reception honoring the new! wi11 Ba P tist church wil.1 meet jments were scrvpd by Mrs. Edith O'Neil and Mrs. Charles Norville. Auxiliary to Meet SOUTH ROXANA—The Women's Auxiliary of Bethel Free. DIVORCE CHANCERY r}o. 60-C-264 To: WILLIAM J. THOMPSON The requisite affidavit havlnn been filed. Notice Is hereby given you, WILLIAM J. THOMPSON, De fendant In the above entitled cause that the above suit has been com meticed In the Circuit Court of Mad Ison County. Illinois, by the said Plaintiff. PAULETTE D. THOMP SON. against you. praying for dl vorce: that said suit Is numbered 60-C-2B4 in Chancery, and I* stll pending. And that WILLIAM J THOMPSON. Defendant, is to be served by publication. Now therefore, unless you, WILLIAM J. THOMPSON, said Defendant, file your Answer to the Complaint or otherwise appear In said suit In the said Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois, held In , , the Court House In the City of Ed- help- Iwardsvllle. Illinois, on or before June 27, I960, default may be entered against you at any time after that date, and a Decree entered in accordance with the prayer of said minister and his wife will be held in the church social rooms WCTU will meet at the South ' immediately following the cere- p.m. me mon j es The b oarr ] O f deaconess, headed by Mrs. Floyd Elaine, i Monday at the church at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Ray Chester is president. Roxana Methodist Church and chajrman> wi] , be in ch " a film strip "Grand View Story" will be shown. Al 7:30| p. m. the study of child evangelism and prayer meeting will be at South Roxana. The Rev. R. M. Mapes, pastor of the First Southern Baptist church, will use the theme soc j a ]_ Traffic Restored On Rt..32, Report SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-The Fined on Charge Of DWI—a Bicycle WOOD RIVER—George Eddy, 39. 165 Goulding Ave.. East Alton, was arrested Friday for "riding a bicycle while intoxicated." Eddy at 5:30 p.m. was riding Complaint. Dated this 27th day of May. A.D 1060. EUGENE BERGHOFF, Clerk of the Clroult Court of Madison County, Illinois. MONDH1NK. MOSELE & WISEMAN. By: Harry R. Mondhlnk, Attorneys for Plaintiff, 642 East Broadway, Alton, Illinois. STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) SS. COUNTY OF MADISON ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SAID COUNTY MAMIE M. SETTLES. 1 VS. Plaintiff CARL SETTLES, Defendant IN CHANCERY NO. 80-C-288 stale highway divisibn reports The Forgiveness of Sins" at I through traffic on Hi. 32 from a bicycle on Old St. Louis Road; TO . CARL S[ . TTL he 10:45 a.m. service and! Uvington to Rt. 36 has hern re-; near the Eastwood Drive-in The- 'Christ the Judge" al the 7:30;stored with completion of a new'ater. police reported. p.m. service. About 100 children bridge over the West Okaw River. Following a night in jail, Eddy! CARL SETTLES. Defendant m"the have been attending the vaca- ( The bridge cons!ruction cost pleaded guilty before police ?J,r e hls' tl been C ?ommen a ced ie in b °hei tion Bible school this week and j $177,000 and took more than a magistrate J. Thornton Lan- circuit Cour^of^Madiwn^Coumy.i the closing program will be year, resulting in a detour overmaster this morning and wasj MIE° V SETTLES, against' you!i The requisite affidavit huvlng been filed, Notice Is hereby given you. j IN MEMORY—Of Ralph Mett wtio passed away 3 years a to today; None know how sad and lonely We are without you. They say time heal* all sorrow. And helps us to forget, . But time has only proved How much we miss you yet. Wife. Children and Grandchildren. PERSONALS ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS — H«lp for the problem drinker. P, 0. Bo* 185. East Alton, or CL 4-8278 or CL 4-8305. LESTER'S HEALTH STUDIO — U E. Broadway. Bath and Massage 10 a.m. polntment • 5 p.m. . HO 5-1 Evening by ap 5-1623. LESTER'S HEALTH STUDIO — M East Broadway. Bath * manage, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eve. by appoint mem. HO 9-1623. SINUS SUFFERERS try PlOpper'i E Z X for relief. E Z X Is for tale at local drug counters. SOCIETIES and LODOBS CHARITY COURT—No. 28, Order of Amaranth. Stated meeting. Saturday, June II, 7:43 p.m. Initiation. Ruth Heap, R. M. STANDARD OIL ANNUITY CLUB— Will hold Its annual basket picnic on Tuesday, June 14, 10 a.m. at Torch Club Grounds for their mem bers and families. Please bring own service. If a ride Is needed call any member who has a car. It LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN FOUND—Small black dog, part cocker; has 1059 Wood River rab ies tag. Call HO 5-8338. FOUND — On Edwardsvllle Road block cocker female pup about one year old. No collar. CL 4-2544, LOST—Pann fishing reel. Monday probably at Sportsman's Club. Re> ward. HO 2-8232. LOST—Small Japanese Pekingese tan male, corner 4th. Spring. Re ward. 730 E. 4th. HO 2-7157. II NOTICES MEETING YOUNG REPUBLICAN CLUB OF MADISON COUNTY ' TUESDAY. 8 P".M. MINERAL SPRINGS HOTEL Brief meeting, then udljurnlng to Plasa Creek area for outing. NEW MEMBERS WELCOME BULK WEDDING PAPER PLATES —White cups, plastic fork* and spoons, punch bowl rental; 1m print napkins. BAXTER DIST. CO. 554 E. Broadway. HO 5-9347 DON'T DOUBT—FIND OUT UNITED DETECTIVE AGENCY Shadowing. Investigations, legal evidence obtained. Call collect. Express 7-3180. Licensed. Bonded. Ex perlenced. Expert. RENTAL PHOTO EQUIPMENT Slide cameras and pro lee ton: 8mm cameras and projectors; 16mnr found projectors, screens, etc., ant tape recorders. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE ALTON'S PHOTO CENTER 230 E. Broadway — HO 8-2588 NOTICE—From this day forward I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Billy V. Taylor. 410 Kingdom, Bethalto, 111. June 10. '60. Alton Evening; Tcltfraph Classified Ad Rates Quick Act/on — Low Coat Here !• How You Can UM TELEGRAPH WANT ADS Sample Ad: rms rs A THREE LINE AD—An ad this size contains about fifteen average words. AN AD THIS SIZE COSTS ONLY: 93.94 (or 7 Day* $2.40 (or 4 Dayi 75o (or One Day Sample Ad: PHIS IS A FIVE LINE AD—Containing about 23 words, offering apace fur more Items, or more complete description of articles. Place your ad today. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. lined $5U and costs. GKUral City, Colo., one* was c«ll*d "tha richest square mil* on earth." In those days, its nearby mines produced more ttuui CTw4mlf billion doUfcro io precious metais. praying for divorce: that said suit i Is numbered (iU-C-268 In Chancery, and is still pending. And that CARL Is to be served £',, AN AD THIS SI/E COSTS ONLY: 98.50 for 7 Daya 91.00 for I Dry a 91.25 for 1 Day Minimum Space 12 Word*) Schedule ads for 7 or 4 Insertions for best results ana lower rates. Alternate insertions are charged at the one time rate. Ads stopped be- expiration are charged only the number of days run at the EMPLOYMENT man Empl •a. COLLBOB MBN — WMW. work. Part wfWl Hmj.! wMk. Car fttoWMty, sate* ability «n for.Retall Lumber, Btt wulflS IriHiWrHiB —--si —- — *,-— penence desired, eacenem trarMnt conditions, opportmity for advenes- ment. Answer in detalKjpMffooij, experience. i*i*ry u dwrrttf]iw ref• erencet. All repftet confMWBtlal. Box fio care Teleer " MEN (3) ItOt 1fjf?JJ».-- -ff- • on food rout*. 13.80" nojtf. Aiwt ter- ntory. Hveitfetn MOM. PAN WASHING and fmrtar work References necessary, phone, apply in parson. Pastries. 3611 Sta». Do not Evans COLLEGE STUDENTS, tsaenars. coaches. (Male). Summer .work. Car necessary. HO 2-97a7 for appointment. (Our answering service will take your calls day or nisht. OPPORTUNITY WE WILL START TRAINING pro- cram for men 20-40 who ttn qualify for full time with old established firm. Opportunities unlimited . for advancement and comfortable liv- Ing. Call St. Louis. YOfktown 6-8081. TAXICAB DRIVERS — Apply In person only. Ham at Merv Ta«l Co. 18 HELP WANTED - FEMALE BABY SITTER—Prefer mlddleaged woman. Boys, 4-6. Stay oa place. HO 2-180J. BABY SITTER WANTED— 2 boys. 7-11; must be dependable. Shirt work. HO 5-3 j 92. _ _____ Bookkeeper, $275. Stenographer $300 Blller-typtst, key punch, posting machine, PBX, fry cook, waitress. others $350 month. American Employment. 20S Plasa. RECEPTIONIST for doctor's office. Must know typing and filing. Write Box 820. care Alton Evening Tele- SALESGIRL * general work. References necessary. Do not phone. apply In person. Evans Pastries. 2611 State. _ _ SEAMSTRESS — Experienced In sewing on commercial machine Apply Seat Covers * Service, 232 wood River Ave., wood River. III. WANTED— Mlddleaged lady, care for 2 children, light housework. Must stay. CL 9-2572. WHITE — Christian woman to stay In my home. School age child. CL 4-9564. IS HELP WTD.—Mala * Female AIR CAREERS SEE OUR AD UNDER CLASS 12A WANTED — Industrial engineer, 2140 with degree; personnel assistant 25-35 with degree; medical technician. Investigator, automotive bookkeeper, key punch operator, sales people, alterer. Housekeeper, stay; Instrument repair man, kitchen helper, waitress. Apply In person. Illinois State Employment Service, 87 Henry, Alton. STRAWBERRY PICKERS—Must be IS or older. Work every morning at 8 a.m. Apply In person. Brands strawberry field, one mile east of Brighton. FRontler 2-3419 between 6 • 8 p.m. 20 SALESMEN DO YOU WONDER If you can aell? We will give you a free aptitude test, no obligation. We are hiring 3 men for pleasant sales work. Work Alton area. For appointment for Interview phone CL 4-5260. FURNITURE SALESMAN — Downtown location. Must have experience and good sales record. Answers confidential. State experience In reply. P. O. Box 58, Alton. Illinois. NATiaNALLY~advertlsed company has opening for man to train as assistant manager: will -guarantee SI30 per week while training. Ph. Edwardsvllle 3575 for appointment. WESTERN MFG. opening branch outlet In midwest: product needed in every home. Have opening for full or part time salesmen, managers, sub-distributors and distributors. For Interview call HO 5-4471 or write Vanguard 2214, E. Broadway. Alton. 21 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE LAWNS MOWED—$2 up. HO 5-8368. LAWN MOWING and grass cutting. Odd jobs. Call CL 4-8151. BARTENDER — Expert on mixed drinks or otherwise. Reasonably fast, reliable, honest. Local references. Non-drinker. Must be full time. Always neat. Age 41. Write Box 830. care Telegraph. LUMBE'R YARD FOREMAN-SBICS- man, experienced. Sober, matured, honest. Box 880, care Alton Evening Telegraph. SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE JIRL WANTS BABYSITTING light housework. HO 2-6105. MOTHER'S HELPER—Baby sitter orJlght^houHework. Call HO 5-9268. YOUNG GIRL wants baby sitting in Wood River area until Aug. 12. References. CL 4-8401. FINANCIAL 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Now therefore, unless you. CARL wise appear in said suit In the said:'"' Circuit Court of Madison County, i i_ Illinois, on or before July 11. 1060. ma u. default may be entered against you at any time after that date, and a Deciee entered in accordance with the prayer of suid Complaint. ' lf word FOR SALE—Tavern and cafe, fully equipped; kitchen air conditioned. Large living room, living quarters. 4 acres ground. Good business. In- <iuire at Vic and Ann's Cafe, R. R. No. 2, Box 57, Staunton. 111. Franchise Pepperedge Farm. Bek- ery Route for sale. Good opportunity for man with small capital. Call Mr. Borton. HArrlson 9-4444 evenings and Sunday. SERviCE~sfATi6N~— Standard Oil Products. Good gallonage. 2 bag, Tee. CL4>"" . low inventory price, ter 6 p.m. CL 9-2993. 4-0811 at- of '"or-advertlser mutt COrreCllOn Dated this 1st day of June. A.D I960. EUGENE BERGHOFF. Circuit Clerk Pro Tempore THOMAS & MOTTAZ Attorneys for Plaintiff 307 Henry Street Alton, Illinois PUBLIC NOTICE the Notice is hereby given by CIVIC MEMORIAL AI8PORT AUTHORITY. Madison County. Illinois that a Tentative Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for said authority for the fiscal year beginning June I I960 and ending May 31. 1961 has been prepared at the direction of the Board of Commissioners of said authority and will be on file and conveniently available to public inspection at the Administration Building on the airport site on the East! r Alton Bethalto Road in the office ofiHA said authority, for at least 30 days prior to the public hearing herein All advertising Is subject to the approval of the publisher. Copy received before U A. M. U published same day. The Classified Department I* open from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. The following ads art payable in advance Situations Wanted; Not Responsible Notices. You can charge all other ad* If you are listed In the phone book or City Directory. FOB F4BT, COURTEOUS HELP IN PLACING YOUB All—OB FURTHER INFORMATION -CALL HO 5*6641 GIFT FOR CHILE RELIEF FUM) Welfare Council of Plant 7 of Oweus- IlUnois contributed $500 to the lied Crow Chilean fund. From U-ou CoJio*, president of tbe Welfare Cotw* committee for tbe Alton area. fil; Jake Hagan, pre»id*<nt of the Oai/ed Club; and L. \. Lehman, chairman of the Ked Crot* Chilean Relief disaster after specified and to final action thereon Notice is further given hereby thai a public hearing on said Budget and Appropriation Ordinance will be held at 7:30 P. M. (C.D.S.T.) on the I2tb day of July. I960 at the Administration Building on tbe airport site oa the East Alton-Bethalto Road in tbe office of said authority. Dated tne 9th clay ut June, 19UO. Mark E Jatobson, Leslie A. Cotton, Clyde v DeGerli». fiudaet Committee MAN driving to Los Angeles wishes inun to bhaie driving. HO 5-8191. RIDE \VANTED-North Alton to South Kingshighway. 7:45 to 3 45 5 days Phoue HO 2-2174. EDUCATIONAL INSTRUCTION* 1JA AIR CAREER STUDENTS WANT ED — Fly — meet people. Graclu 8l t," ? ver 18 ' under 3*-wh f»ets and photo to Airline Training. Lambert Airport^ Class^St. Lpuis, Mo TO PUCi " YOUR AD DUl BERIGAN AGENCY Realtor. Iniuranctj 104 W. Main St. East Alton FILLING STATION and hardware •tore within 10 miles of Alton. Well established business. Ideal corner property with IW frontage on heavily traveled highway. Real Estate $40.000. Inventory and oper- •ting equipment S16.000. Terms could be arranged. NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY—With 3 bedroom living Quarters attached. Oil heat. Doing $3000 monthly gross. Property priced at $8.950. Stock * Fixtures to be Inventoried. BERIGAN AGENCY BEST BUYS CONSIDER TRADES CL 4-6614 Evenings: CL 4-1263—HO 5-7018 CL 9*3487 PERSONAL TAILOBUBT" CUSTOM MADE SLIP COVE*f'- Mr> CUSTOM UPHOLSTEBWO'iT covers, drapes. HO 2->iM.

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page