Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1960 · Page 19
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Alton, Illinois
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MONDAY, JWB13, ALTON EVENING Obituaries Mrs, Boehn Mrs. Maurieta Boehn, 212 Logan St., Bethaito, a former em- ploye of Young's Department Store died at 3:10 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital. She had been in ill health for one year, and a patient in the hospital since May 30. Previous to mov- today. Rites will be condud«d from the funeral horn* at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Interment will be to Benld Cemetery. E E, Koehne In ill health* and a patient in •St. Joseph's Honpltal for three days, Harry Earl koehne, 1135 Orchard St., a mired Olln Mathieson em- ploye, died there 'at 11:25 p.m. ^Saturday. Mr. Koehne had worked It 11 n Mathfeaon for 38 years as a machine operator, until his re- irement in July. Koehne 1955. He was a member of the Franklin Masonic Lodge, AF&AM, the Alton-Wood River Sportsmen's Club and the Quarter Century Club of Olin. j A native of Alton, he was born on June 4. 1890, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koehne. He was married to the former Miss Gertrude Yost, Oct. ing to the Bethaito address sev-|5 1912, who survives, en months ago, she had resided for 31 years in Alton. Also surviving are one rlaugh- i ter, Mrs. Hugh Baxter, and one the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Corns. She was married to James F. Boehn in 1929 in Edwardsville. Mrs. Boehn was a member of Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church, and was active in the mother's circle of the church, a member of the American Legion Auxiliary, Jerseyville, and a member and a past president of the DeMolay Mothers Club. She is survived, in addition to her husband, James, by one son, William Frederick of Bethai- to, two grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. Edna Frost of St. Louis. A sister, Blanche Corns preceded her in death. Alton. Two brothers and a sister preceded him in death. Friends may call at the Streeper Funeral Home, 1620 Washington Ave., after 2 p.m. today. Masonic services will be held at 7:30 p.m. today in the funeral home. Rites will be conducted in St. Paul's Episcopal Church at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, with the Rev. John M. Young officiating. Interment will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Mrs. Springman In failing health for the past two Friends may call at the Smith years.. Mrs. Kate (Klabolt) Spring- Funeral Home, Alton after 1 p.m. Tuesday. Rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home. The Rev. Paul S. Krebs, pastor of the Twelfth Street church will officiate. Burial will be in Roselawn Memory Gardens, Bethaito. Carlo Bertoletti Carlo Bertoletti, 76, of Mt. Clare, father of Louis Bertoletti of 2815 Brown St., died at 3:30 p.m. Saturday in St. Francis Hospital, Litchfield. He had been in ill health for one year and a patient In the hospital for 12 days. The body is at the Union Funeral Home, Benld,' where friends may call after 7 p.m. Wednesday, Funeral Home man, 84, widow of Edward Springman, died in the Mather Nursing Home, at 11:10 a.m. Sunday. Prior to entering the nursing home, she had resided at 615 Central Ave. for 10 years, and more recently at the Alton Woman's Home for four years. A native and lifelong resident of Alton, she "was born on April 7, 1886, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Merkle. Mrs. Springman was a member of St. Mary's Church, St. Ann's Altar Society, and the Purgatorial Society. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Sidney Gent, Alton and Mrs. Cecil Fones, Godfrey, 9 grandchildren and 10 great- grandchildren. She was the last of 14 children. Her husband, Edward, died in July, 1945. Friends may call at Staten Chapel after 4 p.m. Tuesday. Rites will be conducted at 9 a.m. Wednesday in St. Mary's CUT FLOWERS Floral Arraniamints Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association LEO WILLIS, SB. LEO WILLIS, JR. Alton Floral Phone HO 2-4111 Evenings HO 0-3617 Chitted. Irrformem wfll bt to .Towph'i dmcttry. Foster Infant Private funeral swvic« for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs D. D. Foster Jr., wert conduct ed this mofnlng 1ft Smith Pu neral Home, Alton, The baby was pronounced dead at birth Sunday. Mrs. Seller Mrs. Freda Darr Seller, 8t, o! 201 Dooley, died at 2:45 a.m today In St. Joseph's Hospital She had been a patient in the hospital since April 4. The body is at Gent Chape where funeral arrangements are pending. Ernest Larsh Ernest Larsh, 62, a former resident of Alton, died at 9 a.m Sunday at his home, 3301 Jefferson, St. Louis. After moving to St. Louis, Mr. Larsh had operated a used car business, until il health forced his retirement two years ago. While residing in Alton, he had operated the Oakland & Pontiac Auto Agency and later the Buick agency. He is survived by his wife, the former, Miss Hazel Herrin, to whom he was married in 1923, one son, William of Alton, and one daughter, Mrs. Beverly Krone of St. Louis, two grandchildren, one brother, Oscar oi Alton and one sister, Mrs. Elsie Riopelle, one niece and two nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Larsh, two brothers and one sister. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today at the Southern Funeral Home, 6322 S. Grand, St. Louis. Rites will be conducted at 9 a. m. Wednesday. Mrs. Anna Hunt In declining health for the past seven years, Mrs. Anna Gormley Hunt, 81, of 804 J E. 6th, was dead on arrival at St. Anthony's Hospital at 11:30 p.m. Sunday. Born in Brighton on Oct. 21, 1S78, she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Leo Springman. She was married to Thomas Gormley, who died in 1928. Later she was married to George Hunt, and he preceded her in death in 1950. Mrs. Hunt was a member of St. Mary's Church, St. Ann Altar Society and the Purgatorial Society, and of the quilting circle of St. Mary's. She is survived by two brothers, Frank and Lee Springman, Altoli, two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Maloney, Alton and Mrs. John Steidle, St. Louis. The body is at the Gen. Chapel, where friends may all after 1 p.m. Tuesday. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Tuesday. A Solemn Requiem High Mass will be read at 11 a.m. Wednesday in St. Mary's Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. R. R. Rodgers R. Reid Rodgers, a resident of 515 Hamilton St., Wood River, died at noon Sunday in Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, where he had been a patient for three weeks. Born in Gallatin County on Nov. 7, 1896, he was a son of Bechtel Family Rites Conducted FXimral services at 10 a.m. Saturday in Marks Mor tunry, Wood River, for Mr. and Mrs. George Bechtel and daughter Vickie, 12, whose bodies were found June 3 in the wreckage of a small aircraft in the mountain area 20 miles northwest of San Bemar dino, Calif. The Rev. Paul Waah- burn, pastor ot the Granite City Baptist Church, officiated. Inter ment was In Oak Grove Cemetery Jerseyville. Serving as pallbearers were William Caldwell, Herman Shields Gene Shields, Harry Scoggtns Danny Lewis, and James Scog gins. John J. Cundall Rites Conducted The Rev. E. J. Vance officiated at funeral rites for John J. Cun dall in Gent Chapel at 10 a.m. today. Interment was in Valhalla Memorial Park. Serving as pallbearers were Pau Gottlob, Glennon Schaeffer, Tru man Reed, Herschel Delehanty Edward Evans and Gino Finn. Albert G. Lauck Rites Conducted Following funeral services at 1( a.m. Saturday in Gent Chapel, the body of Albert G. Lauck, an em ploye of Owens-Illinois, was inter red in Donnelson Cemetery, Donnelson, The Rev. John Henderson assisted by the Rev. William Stoeckel officiated. The pallbearers were Gus AH- geyer, Vincent VanMeter, J. E McLaughlin, Dean Cooper, Edward Black and Stanley Wilson. Michael McGee Rites Conducted Funeral rites for Michael McGee, 18, of Godfrey, were conduct ed at 2 p.m. Friday in Gent Chapel with the Rev. Charles Kohlbaker officiating. Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Pallbearers were James, John, Robert and Douglas Norris, Charles Bohannan and Marvin Waters. Mrs. Mary Knowlson Rites Conducted With the Rev. A. H. Beck officiating, funeral rites for Mrs. Mary Knowlson were conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Wood River. Burial was in Nesv Douglas Cemetery, New Douglas. Theodore Tchoukaleff, Hale Jones, Lloyd King, Hubert Key, Ralph Roberts and Elmer Johnson were pallbearers. Mrs. Schmittling Rites Set Tuesday Funeral rites for Mrs. Ida Schmittling, 84, widow of Frank Schmittling, will be conducted at 9 a.m. Tuesday in St. 3 atrick's Church. Interment will >e in Green Mount Cemetery, Belleville. Friends may cajl at the Burke Funeral Home after 4 p.m. today. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. today in the funeral home. Irish farm laborers get an average of $14.15 a week, compared with $22.40 in Britain, Dublin union men asserted, in seeking a farm wage boost. JOHN j. CUNDALL Services 10:00 a.m. Monday in the Chape"! Rev. K. J. Vau«« officiating. Burial in Valhalla Memorial Park. in state at the Chapel after 2:00 p.m. Sunday ANNA HUNT Services 11:00 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Church. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. In state at the Chapel after 1:00 p.m. Tuesday. The Rosary will be recited at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday. FREDA SEILER Funeral arrangements pending. {the late Mr. and Mrs. ArchlCaracas, Vene&ueJa, soon Rodgers. Twenty-three new schools in will j offer classes to 16,500 children Soybean Futures Lead Setback CHICAGO (API - Soybean fu- fupw red another setback today on ffw Board of Trade. With IhjnWarlon pulling out some stop km selling, July soybeans were down about a cent in the early afternoon and at the lowest price of the season for the fourth time In a week. Other deliveries were off major fractions of a cent but grains eased generally snail fractions. The weakness was linked with a report that the Commodity Credit Corp. had sold soybeans ovr the weekend. Reports of rainfall over the weekend also were bearish influences in the new crop months. CarM receipts were estimated at wheat 13 cars, corn 669, oats C3, rye none, barley 54 and soybeans 22. CHICAGO (AP) - No wheat sales. Corn no. 1 yellow 1.23; no. 2 yellow 1.22^-%; no. 3 yellow 1.21%; no. 4 yellow 1.17%. Oats no. 2 heavy white 77%; no. 2 ext;-i heavy white 77H-78«4. Soybeans no. 2 yellow 2.15-15'^; no. 3 yellow 2.08. Barley: ma) ing choice 1.15-1.25 n; feed 92-1.02 n. Produce Prices At St. Louis Eggs, wholesale grades, large extras 70-80 per cent A 29^-30, 50-60 per cent A 29-29%, medium 27-27%, standard 26%-27%, Country run 25%-27, dirties and checks 21-22; consumer grades, AA large 30-32, A large 27-30, A medium 2628, A small 20-22, B large 26-27. Fowl, heavy 18-19, light over 5 Ib 14-15, under 5 Ib 9-11; fryers and broilers, commercial whites and crosses 18-18%; old roosters 9-11. Ram Spoils Busy Outdoor Weekend Here A heavy brief rain-and-wind storm socked the Alton area Sunday afternoon during the busiest outdoor weekend so far this year. It forced a halt in the golf tournament at Rock Spring, caused a delay in the regatta on the river at Clifton Terrace, softened :he soil of the Public ichool Stadium where the Police Youth Camp show was staged, and chased the St. Joseph's Hospital bazaar inside the hospital. At Alton dam, the rain score was slightly over IVt inches. A ittle less than that was chalked up in Hartford and Godfrey. Motor traffic through the area appeared to be the heaviest of any Sunday to date this year. The temperature Sunday was oppressive in the early 80's because of the humidity. The mercury began a drop of more than 15 degrees at the outset of the storm after 3 p.m. The stopped well before dusk. 12 Selected Stock* roUovHnt art today'! Stotsk £jchin§*j IIBUW fiwirwi has Indicated are *tttty held in the Alton area, as tupplttd to the Alton Everdnf Telegraph by Newhard. Cook * Co., from Its Ahon branch office. (Tht New York Exchange closes dally at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations) AT AT 90*4, Gen. Motort 44% Granite City Steel 38*. Olln Math. Chem. 4694, Owens-Illinois 10844. Shell 36H, Sinclair 38, Socony 3694, Standard (tnd.) 37%. Standard (NJ) 42«, U.S. Steel 84%, Sears 56*. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. (AP)-(USDA)-Hogs 16,000; most 1-2 185-230 Ib 17.75-85, some 230 tb down to 17.50; few loads 1-2 190-220 Ib 18.00; bulk mixed grade 1-3 and 2-3 180-240 Ib 17.00-75, 2-3 largely 17.50 down; 2-3 240-270 Ib 16.25-17.00; 1-3 240 Ib 17.25-50; mixed grade 150-170 Ib 16.00-17.00; 120-140 Ib 13.50-15.75; 1-3 sows 400 Ib down 14.50-15.25, few down to 14.25; sows over 400 Ib 13.00-14.00, few 14.%; boars over 250 Ib 11.0025, lighter boars 12.00-25. Cattle 6,000; calves 500; few loads and lots good and low choice steers 24.00-26.00; few good and choice slaughter heifers and mixed yearlings 23.50-25.50; Utili ty and commercial cows 16.5017.50; few individual commercial 18.00; canners and cutters 13.50' 16.50; utility and commercial bulls 18.50-20.00; canner and cut ter bulls 16.00-18.50; load of high good 825 Ib feeder steers 24.75; about 3 loads common and medium 450 Ib stock steer and heifer calves 21.00; few high choice and prime vealers 29.00; most good and choice 24.00-28.00; standard and low good 19.00-23.00. Sheep 1,200; early sales good and choice spring lambs 21.0023.50; small lots choice and prime 23.50-24.00; utility and good 17.0020.00; few good shorn slaughter ewes about steady at 5.50. The American Red Cross was founded in 1881. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF AERONAUTICS In the matter of the application ) of Civic Memorial Airport Au- ) thority, East Alton. Illinois, for ) approval of the extension or ) alteration of Civic Memorial ) Airport, an airport located ) near East Alton, Illinois ) ORDER On April 11, 1960. Civic Memorial Airport Authority, East Alton. Illinois, filed an application herein for approval of the extension or alteration of Civic Memorial Airport, an airport located near East Alton, In the Southwest y, and South 300' of Southwest y 4 of Southeast y 4 of Section 12. Township 5 North Range 9 West of the Third Principal Meridian, and North v a of Northwest V 4 Southeast v« of Northwest V<; 'Vest vi of Southwest v 4 of Northwest i/i all In Section 13. Township 5 North Range 9 West of the Third Principal Meridian, Madison County, Illinois. The afternoon rains caused a lurry of interest on whether the police youth camp horse show jerformance would be held as ilanned in the evening. Policeman Homer Wallace, who was n duty at the police desk on he evening trick said that between 4 and 8 p.m. he received 57 inquiries by telephone and assured those concerned that the how would go on. This airport has been approved rain] and a certificate of approval Issued to the Civic Memorial Airport Authority, East Alton, Illinois, on March 4, 1947. The Civic Memorial Airport Authority proposes the following extensions or alteration! to the said airport, to-wlt: Extension of Clear Zone South end. and extension of North/ South runway from 3950' to 4652', Including connecting taxiway. After examination of said application and Inspection of the site of said proposed extension or alteration, I960 the Department on May 9. served notice on Interested •p. i parties, by publication In the Ever • i nlng Telegraph, a dally newspaper I Mr. Rodgers was a member of | lacking facilities heretofore, the Moose Lodge, Wood River, j Wood River Chamber of Commerce and Elks Lodge, No. 9, St. Louis. He is survived by his wife, died at 6:32 a.m. today in the Jerseyville Community Hospital. Born on Dec. 2, 1890, he was the former Miss Virginia Drone, a son of l , he late Mr - and a former deputy clerk of the William Geers. City Engineer Thomas iriffin Jr. said the weekend!published'in the city of Alton, ANNOUNCEMENTS tor a of r mm gallons delivery to project ._ cwrran Home*. Alton. period of one year. For former information and f(cation* contact: p. F. Braner Bxemitive Director MaUtten County Housing Authority REQUEST FOR BIDS Seated bids will fte received at (he omce of the city comptroller. 2nd floor/Clty Hall, until 9 p.m. June Jl. l MO. OFFICE SUPPLIES Specification! and propo*at forms may be secured from tnu office, City W Alton. H Orafiam W. Watt. City Manager. June 13. is MOTrcl—FfWn tfill win not be reifrottin debts contracted by I than rnyMti. Biny v, Kingdom, Bethaito, ill. NOTICE—From this day"fS win no longer M reittmu any debts contracted for I one other than nr — Itth day of June, thy C, Kladar, 668 N. River, III. WANT TO RENT MOVt TOONS Jot the children's oartyt See Poster's for MM* at ttoefi of wait Disneri eanaoi poster's Drui Store. ^Alter Camera Headouartefi. m B Broadway. HO J-MM. STATE Of ILLINOIS ) )ss. COUNTY OP MADISON ) IN THE PROBATE COURT OP SAID COUNTY In the Matter of the Probate of the Last Will and Testament of George E. Wilkinson, Deceased Public notice Is hereby given tha a petition has been filed In the Pro bate Court of Madison County, Till nols, showing that Oeorge E. Wtlkln son. of Alton. Illinois, In said Coun ty, departed this life, leaving an In strument purporting to be a las will and testament. That said de ceased left him surviving Anna J Wilkinson, Luella Kile, Lucille Pat terson. Richard Arms, Mildred Elder. Porter A. Wilkinson. Jaspe N. Wilkinson, James S. Wilkinson Ulllon Wilkinson, Dr. Scott J. Wllk tnson, Marjorle Spangler, W, Arthu Wilkinson, John Dale Wilkinson Mrs Parr Birch. Mrs. Don Blank enburg. Lew Wilkinson. George H Wilkinson, Arthur S. Wilkinson Walter Williams, Mary McDonald Luella Williams, Paul Williams, ant Unknown heirs of James Wilkinson deceased brother of testator, as hi only heirs at law, and that the fol lowing person was named as legate and devisee In said Instrument Anna J. Wilkinson. Notice Is hereby given to the above named persons and all whom It may concern, that said Instru ment will be offered for probate and a hearing had on said petition by said Probate Court, In the room usually occupied by said Court, In the Courthouse, In the City of Ed wardsville, Madison County, Illl nols, on the 15th day of July, A. D 1960, at the hour of 9:30 o'clock A M. (DST), or as soon thereafter a the matter can be heard, at whlcl time and place your are hereby no lifted to be present, If you so desire Dated i Edwardsvllle, Illinois, Jum 10th, A. D. I960. DALE HILT Clerk of the Probate Court of Madison County. Illlnoi I. H. STREEPER, III. Attorney. June 13, 20, 2 CARD OF THANKS. EVERLEANER NANCE BROWN— We wish to thank all our friends ft neighbors or their kindness aii< sympathy shown during our recen bereavement. We especially wish to thank Russell Funeral Home, Rev T. P. Wright, the choir, those who sent cards, and all who asslstei In any way. Frank Brown and Family IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORY—Of Mr. Albert N Fry. who passed away June 13 1952: In our hearts we like to stray Along the road of yesterday; To see again in memory The happy days that used to be. To hear your laugh, to see you smile, And talk with you a little while. We love to linger on the way That leads us back to, yesterday. Deeply missed by his Wife, Children and Grandchildren PERSONALS ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinker. P. O. Box 185, East Alton, or CL 4-9278 or CL 4-8305. LESTER'S HEALTH STUDIO — 16 E. Broadway. Bath and Massage 10 a.m. • 5 p.m. Evening by ap polntment. HO 9-1623. MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD! Help nominate Adlal Stevenson. Volunteers wanted to circulate petl tlons. Write Illinois Committee for Stevenson, 120 S. LaSalle St.. Chi cago 3, III. SINUS SUFFERERS try Plopper's E Z X for relief. E Z X Is for sale at local drug counters. SOCIETIES and LODGES Madison County. Illinois, that on or! after June I. I960 It intended to; the annual street maintenance i enter an order granting said appii- rains would only slightly delay FRANKLIN LODGE—No. 28. Work In Second Degree. Tuesday, June 14, 7 p.m. Visiting brethren wel come, Refreshments. H. L. Wilson, W. M. OWN YOUR SHARE OF AMERICAN BUSINESS Tlwrt's • lot off Mtlsffaetion in having • Mcond incomo from a tource other than your fob. Lot us htlp you start a sound Invoftmtnt program. Altoa Jav*tof« lor 28 , COOK fif Co; •x* ornci Federal court. East St. Louis,'., M ^, G f, ers J vas * membe) two sisters, Mrs. Quido Votaw of Chicago and Mrs. Bonnie Drowne, Eldorado. The body is at the Burke Funeral Home, 3300 State, E. St. Louis, where friends may call today. Funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday In St. Joseph's Church, with the Rev. Msgr. Thomas Driscoll officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. H. F. Ceers JERSEYVILLE - Herman Francis Geers, 69, of this city, the Worthy Post of the American Legion and a World War I veteran. He is survived by two half- brothers, Bernard of St. Louis and Henry of Jerseyville; two half-sisters, Miss Mary Geers of Jerseyville, and Miss Anna Geers of Alton; one step-brother, John Freer, of St. Louis. The body is at the Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home whero friends may call after 3 p.m. today. Rites will be conducted at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in St. Francis Xavier Church, and the Rev. Father T. R. Shea will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. We are pleased to announce the opening of an office to better serve the Alton area. EDWARD D. JONES & CO. Member*, New York Stwk Metropolitan 307 Henry St. Alton, 111. Telephone UOward 5-4015 JOHN J. MALONEY (D program with sealing of earth surfaces with asphalt and chat. Only one stroet section, scarified last week, had been left without the asphaltic treatment. Inspection revealed this street little damaged, he said. It was to be reshaped today if the surface | dried sufficiently. , "If the rany spell clears, we (2> still expect to be able to complete the resurfacing of remain-1 ing worst damaged streets of the! "old" part of the city by the end of the month. Then, work in Milton and some other newly annexed areas can proceed in July."! Investigation late Sunday afternoon revealed a broken tilrj in a Diamond street area sewer I hud caused a stoppage. Another' report following the rain revealed a settlement in a sidewalk excavation on Cherry street. cation, and no objections to or com merits on said notice havelng been received. IT IS. THEREFORE, ORDERED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF AERO' NAUTITS an follows: (3) That the above entitled application for approval of the extension or alteration of Civic Memorial Airport be and It Is hereby approved. That a certificate of approval for the extension or altera- ation of Civic Memorial Airport be issued twenty (201 days after completion of said extensions or alterations. That Section 64 of the Rules and Regulations of the Department of Aeronautics Is waived to the extent that the applicant may operate the existing facility during the pendency of the completion of the proposed extensions or alterations so long as said operation is confined to the utilization of the present existing physical layout of said! facility. FRANKLIN LODGE—No. 25, A. F. !c A. M. Brethren requested to meet at the Temple at 7 p.m. Men day, June 13 to attend services at Streeper Funeral Home for Brother Harry Earl Koehne. H. L. Wilson, W. M. PI ASA LODGE NO. 27 AF&AM — Tuesday. June 14, 7:30 p.m. Work In M.M. degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Refreshments. W. C. PERKINS, W.M. RIDBR9 RIDE WANTED—North Alton . South Klngshlghway. 7:45 to 3:45 5 day*. Phone HO 2-a»7l. EDUCATIONAL IIA INSTRUCTIONS AlR CAREER STUDENTS WANT ED — Ply — meet people. Orectu ate* over IS. under 35—ru»h feet end photo to Airline Training, Lem ben Airport Class, St. Louis, Mo. DISTRIBUTOR — EXCLUSIVE FORTUNE POSSIBLE—NO INV. New unsinkabie fiberglass boat en fabulous "Jet Oear" Turbln Spee engine. Topa IS mph. costs lov, $148. Sells $399. Twin Speedster $245, sells $499. Wire, write Honvy Inc., 407 Comm. Cir., Beverly Hills California. MOTEL MANAGEMENT — MEN WOMEN and COUPLES to tral for MOTEL MANAGEMENT an OPERATION. Only matured wl be considered. Age over 25. Writ NATIONAL MOTEL TRAINING INC. Write Box MO, care Telegrap |1 LOCAL INSTRUCTIONS EXPERIENCED and QUALIP1E teacher will do Individual tutoring Phone HO 8-1646. 14 MUSIC, DANCING, DRAMA EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE Accountant, $460 per month. Cred Manager, $350 month. Salesman manager trainee, millwright, por ter. Others $600 month. America Employment, 208 Plasa. COLLEGE MEN — White. Summe work. Part or full time. $50.$10 per week. Car necessary. K( 2-5712. COLLEGE STUDENTS, teacher* coaches. (Male). Summer work Car necessary. HO 2-9727 for ap polntment. (Our answering servlc will take your calls day or night. 3 BOYS—Bowl Inn, East Alton. Ap ply In person after 6 p.m. No phon calls. NEEDED —• One pot washer. Mus furnish own transportation. Mia Margaret Schlotz, Principle Co lege. Elsah, III. HO 6-3131. Ca between 8 • 3 p.m. WANTED—Man and truck to Junk Out of a Job, no money requlrei Also lawn mower for sale. H' 5-5217. II HELP WANTED—FEMALE BABY SITTER—Prefer mlddleage woman, Boys, 4-6. Stay on place HO 2-1502. BABY SITTER — White, ChrlStla woman to stay in my home. Schoo age child. Call after 4 p.m. C 4-9564. BABY SITTER WANTED—2 boys 7-11; must be dependable. Shlf work. HO 5-3192. Bookkeeper, $275. Stenographer $300 Blller-typlst, key punch, postln machine. PBX, fry cook, waitress Others $350 month. American Err ployment. • 205 • Plasa. RECEPTIONIST for doctor's offlc Must know typing and filing. Writ Box 820, care Alton Evening Tele graph. SALESLADY —Top notch, assum responsibility. Good position, days. Apply Wednesday. Rlssl Stu dlo. 217 W. 3rd. Alton. WANTED— Mlddleaged lady, car for 2 children, light housework Must stay. CL 9-2872. WHITE LADY— Cafe for children housework. HO 2-2571. WOMAN—For housework, care o two children. CL 4-1708. II HELP WTD.—Male * Female AIR CAREERS SEE OUR AD UNDER CLASS 12A STRAWBERRY PICKERS—Must be 15 or older. Work every morning a 8 a.m. Apply In person. Brandt strawberry field, one mile east of Brighton. FRontler 2-3419 between 6 • 8 p.m. WANTED—Industrial engineer, 21-40 with degree, medical technician, In vestlgator, collector, salespeople alterer, housekeeper (stay), Instru ment repairman, strawberry pick era. Apply In person. III. S(ate Em ployment Service, 87 Henry, Alton SALESMEN FURNITURE SALESMAN — Down town location. Must have exper fence and good sales record. An swers confidential. State exper lence In reply. P. O. Box 98, Al __ __ NATION ALI.Y~advertised c'omparry has opening for man to train as assistant manager; will guarantee $130 per week while training. Ph Edwardsvllle 3575 for appointment OPENING—For 2 experienced rea estate salesmen. Apply Real Estate exchange. 716 E. 4th street. 21 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE LAWN MOWING and grass cutting Odd Jobs. Call CL 4-8151. MAN wishes lawn cutting. Phcme HO 2-3326. BARTENDER — Expert on mixed drinks or otherwise. Reasonably fast, reliable, honest. Local refer ences. Non-drinker. Must be full time. Always neat. Age 41. Write Box 830, care Telegraph. 2 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE JRL WANTS BABYSITTING HO 2-6105. . _ BOTHER'S HELPER—Baby liite'r or light housework. Call HO 6-926$. Employment Up, Down STATE OF II I.INOIS DEPARTMENT OF AERONAUTICS (4) ORDER That irns order shall take el feet and become operative upon completion of said ex tention* or alteration* I In the matter of the application ) i of Civic Memorial Airport Au- ) 1 thority. East Alton. Illinois, for ) WASHINPTnN (API , approval of the extension or ) WASHINGTON (AP) - Em- »,, era ,, on 0 , Clv , c Memorial ) ployment made another substan- Airport, an airport located ) tial gain in May. And unemploy- near East Alton, ment declined again. LVtails were ready for announcement today by the Labor Department. The job figures took a bad turn in March, due to a late burst of winter storms that hampered out- j door work activity. In April, the Job total jumped newly two million to aS.tig.QQO. Unemployment dropped in April by more than j Jjjf BD • Jun e 10 i960 a half million to 3,660.000. !«*»««• '«- •"»• The new report for May, registering further improvements, wag said in advance to be highly favorable in every sector of the economy except for the steel and metal-working industries. /S/ ARTHUR B ABNEY Arthur E Abney. DIRECTOB DEPARTMENT OF AERONAUTICS MISC. FOR SALE STANDARD OIL ANNUITY CLUB— RELiABLE~WHifE~LADY desires Will hold, its annual basket picnic housework by day HOi jjaoi YOUNG aiRL'wants'babjnittins in Wood River area until Aug. 13. References. CL 4-8401. on Tuesday, June 14. 10 a.m. at Torch Club Grounds for their member* and families. Please bring own service, if a ride is needed call any member who has a car. ^ AT ALTON "HIGH aU night graduation party June 8. one 15 white flkh net with cork floats attached and one 18' brown fish net with cork floats attached were mistakenly taken by those picking up decorations. Please return these to the Alton Recreation Department. Rock Spring _Purk. I T OUND~— On Edwar"ds7lTie~Boad oluck cocker female pup about one year old. No collar. CLjjr2544. LOST—Small Japanese Pekingese tan male, corner 4(h. Spring. Reward. 730 E. 4tb. HO 2-7157. STRAYED—From 112 V/'Elm."small black & white mixed terrier lyp4 dog. Children's pet. HO 2-4709. NOTICES BERNIE'S BARBER SHOP — Rl 140. Cottage Hills Specializing in flat-tops. Closed Tuesday. Bernard Price and Larry Parks. Phone CL 9-6481 MISC. FOR SALE For e Complete Venetian BUne 1 Renair Service LETOfcORji VK.Mi.TI AN U BUN US OAL4, RUSSELL BLIND A AWNING CO. Manulaeti Felegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Si. John's Harbor, in Antiqua. British West Indies, will b« dredged in a J2.3 million job. MAM MOTOR FUflS \ HEATING QlUt BUDGET PLAN FILLED iEBVICE Hvmtert Bd- »t New ifteJUia* HO MISC. FOR SALE POWIK MOWERS *ul4, tteuted, Serviced. Repaired, BUde» Shurpeued. MIDDCrf 7li E. Broadway Hi) 3-2419 Buy direct from factory aad Mve. Tht Rneit In ALUMINUM SIDINB 8*11 M h* lit,?' * Kt vere * AlMM NO * f I1OWN AIUMA.UNI if Attn HO We**, evening* ai 8 rass. 5 §ssr low invantqty ter 6 p.m. CL PtRioNAL D— W***" 1 * and ing. Will jiick up. Very reasona Phone HO 6-3038. iron- able. 4-4820. DONB m my borne. CL IRONINGS WANTED—Reasjmable & experienced. Can give references. Phone CL 4.7943. L . WANTED—Washing* and ' .6 Call for and deliver. HO logs. BUSINESS SERVICE BUS, ANPIOU A BACKED V» Don't jrowl eall Al. ACCOMMODATING ALL AREAS HAMPSEY'S SEWER SERVICE HO 5-1012— CL 4.0813 14 hour service. Work awruteed. insured. We eleae. welilt re*alr sewers, septle tanks, field drain. BASEMENT WATERPROOFING— Specialty. HO a.4oSg, BOTTLB OAS HOOKUP — Original bottlegas equipment and bottles: also bulk Skelgas. JIM JONES. HO 2-3765. CARPET Quality plus low, price. Ml Nylon, all wool Wilton aorllan. Free estimates. Madison County Carpet Co., Route 4. Lou Juan Hills. Edwards- vllle. III. Atlantic 8-7371. CUSTOM COMBINING Paul, HO 2-7014. Harold FURNACE CLEANING—Coal, Oil It gas. HO 2*3757. HARRIS TREE SERVICE — Power •praying by state licensed operator. Tree work. HO 3-0811. HO 5-8587.,, LAWN , 817 S(jMj S SHARPENED — ^ ©OTTERING Spouting. Furnace Repairs. Free estimates. WHITE'S TIN SHOP. HO 2-1424. JOHNSTON'S mobile welding and cutting. Evenings and Saturdays, HO 2-3988. PAPER HANGING — Removing paper with steamer: painting, work guaranteed. John Gayan. HO 5-6844 POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED—SHARPENED ALL MAKES Complete stock Toro Kut Kwlck mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. HO 2-7328 POWER LAWN MOWER REPAIRS All Makesi Guaranteed Work Registered Service Dealer Pick Up And Delivery MESTERS AUTO REPAIR 21S Niagara. East Alton Ph. CL 4-5921 33 BUILDING — CONTRACTING Alert Home Owners Insist On LoMac HOME IMPROVEMENTS 5 yrs. to pay—free Estimates NO MONEY DOWN—CL 4-0731 ALL CARPENTRY and painting. Interior or exterior. Phone HO BRICK—Block, atone, all types masonry. Insured workmen. Gerald D. Larch. HO 2-0582. BRICK BY DICK BRICK, BLOCKS, STONE, FIREPLACE SPECIALTY — FREE ESTIMATES. RICHARD SHAW, MASONRY CONTRACTOR. CL 4-6Z06. BOB WOODS — Cement contractor H ° CARPENTER — Roofing repair, block and concrete work: ex per- lenced. Free otlmatet. HO 3-4110. COLLINS CABINET SHOP. XilUtom made cabinet*. Work guaranteed. Freai estimates. Terry Drive. Alton. HO 8-1407. CONCRETE BLOCK WORK, lie BLOCK. ED HENDERSON. CL 4-8211. E & B CONSTRUCTION v Brick, block and concrete work: similat- bulldln * °' DECORATING FLOOR SANDING And Reflnlshlng. For free estimates call E. Wetstein. HO 5.1934. NTERIOR and exterior painting. 25 years' experience, Joseph Pankey, CL 4-9098. •AiNTiNG-infide ana" out? Sroili obs solicited. Di»l CL 4-44N. MISC. FOR SALE Of£ON*1 NO DIGGING Roto.Root.r Co., Alton HO 3-6030 GtOKC.h DO I I ALUMINUM SIDING CABINETS ROOM ADDITIONS IMPROVFM1N KoT CANHAM HOtt IMPHOVtMifl i

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