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TUESDAY, JUNE 14,1WO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGBTHDVHBBf River ftlpptes and Outdoors with Harold Broad Long Boat RMe 2:45 a.m. Plans to accept delivery on a KMt. outboard houseboat at Cairo, 111., and bring it to Golden Eagle, m., went amiss recently for E. (Bos) Narap, his wife, Ronto, of Golden Eagle, and Bill Alcora and wife, Velma of St. Louis. The two couples traveled to Cairo In Alcorns 21- ft. outboard cruiser, and the Alcorn craft was to accompany the houseboat back. It was a good Idea to provide such an escort, because when the houseboat had traveled up stream about 50 miles, the lower unit on a 50-hp. motor stripped Its gears. Alcom then towed the ' houseboat back to Cairo from where it will be brought now on a trailer. The couples left Golden Eagle at 7 a.m. on a Tuesday and arrived in Cario 11 hours later, a distance of 226 miles. The return trip required 17 hours running time over a two day period. "We never saw such swift current as in the Mississippi near Cairo," Narup related. "The water seemed like it was mov- get die knack of it, you'll get up been a patten on place. But fancy skiing takes Previous to lots of practice. Dooley street tanker Baa* Seller had resid Jen* HntclibiMin, 509 Pearl St., 1st. and Mack Baldwin, a pharma- A daughter ol lake near Brighton where Baldwin landed a four-pound bass on an eight-pound spinning line. The fish broke water six times and gave Baldwin such a fight that he enlisted Hutchinson's aid to land it. It was the only fish taken by Baldin in a five-hour period. Hutchinson landed a few smaller bass. Cries for Help On a recent occasion at 4 a.m. in the morning, a woman was heard shouting for help on Alton Lake chute between Piasa (Scotch Jimmy) Island by John PhlpfM of Wood River. Phlpps, asleep on his cabin on the island, said a wind had come up and he awoke with the idea of testing his' boat mooring lines when he heard the cries. He and his cousin Alfred Phlpps also at the cabin, immediately went by boat in search of the shouting. ing about 20 miles an hour. Wej They found a St. Louis couple who had run out of gas in their 21-ft boat and brought them back to -thr cabin for hot coffee. Oth' ers sharing the cabin with Phipps that morning included Phipps' cousin, Alfred Hand and John Mnrkham. All were much relieved that there hadn't been a more serious incident in a pending storm. Shortened Boat Hard Way On a recent weekend, John Dortch of St. Louis, one of the drivers in the All-America City Regatta on Alton Lake Sunday, ran his boat into two cars. He was competing at a regatta at Nashville, Tenn., when his throttle stuck. He had a choice of letting the boat run wild, aim for the spectators or for a car parking lot. He chose the latter and just before the boat hit the bank, he jumped overboard. The boat skidded onto the lot and did about $200 damage to two cars. Dortch said his boat was hammered down about two inches shorter. abandoned plans to bring the houseboat back by water because of the 'delay in repairs and estimated running time required." Free Skiing Lesson* Plans of the Alton Water. Ski Club to offer free skiing lessons continue this Friday and next Friday from 6 p.m. to dusk at the club docks west of Clifton Terrace. All equipment is furnished. Interested persons may contact the Cleo Sewell residence at 913' E. Ferguson Ave., Wood River for further information. There isn't any age limit and those wanting lessons should wear swim suits. Last Friday at the first of the free lesson series, about seven or eight persons tried their skill including two children, one a 10 year old boy. One skiing student, weighing about 230 pounds, was a bit of a problem, a spokesman said but they got him up on plane as did all others. We have been told that skiing is similar to learning to swim, once you Yankees Eye Top Hurler KANSAS CITY (AP) - Kansas City Athletic fans are getting uneasy about their nifty little left- hander, Bud Daley. With eight victories, he's currently the American League's leading pitcher. And well they might begin to squirm. The New York Yankees are in town. Here's the picture: Yankee Manager Casey Stengel is holding court with newsmen in the dugout. His topic — Yankee outfielder Hector Lopez. "He's going great. Boston wants him. Cleveland wants him. Chicago wants him. I don't know where they're gonna play him, but they all want him. Till he starts hitting, nobody wants him. Now they're all asking." Lucco Named Ass't Principal EDWARDSVILLE — Joe Lucco, Edwardsville Athletic Director and basketball coach, has been named Assistant Principal of Edwardsville High School at the Edwardsville School Board meeting Monday night. Lucco will retain his Athletic Director post but will give up basketball coaching duties. Lucco will replace Assistant Principal Ralph D. Schmid who is now on a year's leave of absence. Top Miler Hurts Leg QUANTICO, Va. (AP) — Don Bowden, America's first sub-four- minute miler, looked down at his cast-encased left leg today and smiled wryly: "What a time for this to happen. I really thought I had a good chance of winning the 800 meters in the Olympics in Rome. Now I don't know if I'll ever run again." The slim, 23-year-old University of California graduate suffered a torn achilles tendon in the 800- meter run in the Armed Forces Track Championships here Fri,day. He underwent an operation Monday to repair the injured tendon and physicians pronounced it a success. "They tell me that when it's all healed, the tendon will be stronger than ever, that they grafted some extra muscle," Bowden, an Army lieutenant, said. "But I'll be on crutches for a couple of months and won't be able to work out for perhaps a year." Bowden, who got the United States into the 4-minute-mile club when he was caught in 3:58.7 three years ago, actually is the second fastest half-miler in history. His 1:47.2 is surpassed only by Tom Courtney's world record 1:46.8. Courtney won the 800 meters in the last Olympics in 1:47.7. Richie Regan, who formerly : captained the Cincinnati Royals, i will coach the Seton Hall has- ketball team at South Orange, N.J., next season. Telegraph Want Ads "Click." FIRST STOP ON A REAL VACATION Make your first stop HFC-and get up to $800 with up to 24 months to repay. Then travel when and where you want free of financial worries, let an HFC cash loan cover transportation, lodging, meals, clpthes, all your vacation expenses. And, wherever you travel, one of Household's more than 1000 offices (throughout the U. S^ including Hawaii, and Canada) will be near-by for additional money you get more than money from HFC MISEHMD FINANCE 6, 1914. and was well sons, Friends may chapel aftei will be co Rev. Paul S. of 1224 Garden noon Monday at the company. past 28 years. Alton and 7 death. past years. He is Mrs. Minerva great-grandchild. Mrs. Priscilla bituaries »f _ her husband, Fred, and htr uer )afr Setter. 67, Of a matron at Olfn 18 yean, died at nday in St. Jo, whew she had t since April 4. nioving to the address, Mrs. led at 614a Spring f Mrs. Octa Daft, vtr. Philip Darr. >n March 5, 1893, ty. She was mar- J. Seller on May the Alton schools, known for her vork. She was a e Twelfth Street Church. ved by her two of Terre Haute, e of Danville, her 3arr, four grand- isters, Mrs. Milo . Robert Michel- Alton. Her hus- ied in 1935, and a her in death. v call at Gent p.m. today. Rites cted at 10 a.m. ic chapel, by the TfAhc T^iifia 1 ttrtll \l Clio, IDUI Icll Wtll ?mct6ry. im I 1 Harkhatii f MMI njicnn lealth for the past ude Markham, 59, n St., a retired employe, died at t ttlA hnfno nt hfc lite liuillc Ul nio Charles Slimick e retired in March fter 33 years with late Mr .and Mrs. n, he was born on 'leasantville, Penn. in Alton for the ?d, in addition to Wrs. Slimick, and 'ormer Miss Eva jy one son, John, randchildren, one San Rafael, Calif. Mrs. John Young, >enn. Four sisters r preceded him in at Gent Chapel may call after 7 s will be conducted day in the chapel, Robert Weathers, est Church of the :iating. Interment la Memorial Park. in Mater tn ill health for the hs, William Van Dnday in Chicago, in Chicago for 25 daughter, Mrs. Darr, by one son, "Harry, of Milwaukee, Win.; two brothers, Orville Long nt Alton, and Thomas Long of Jersey ville; 6 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. One brother and one sister preceded her in death. Friends may call at the Smith Funeral Home, Bethalto, after 7 p.m. today. Rites will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home. The Rev. Wayne Hoxsie will officiate. Burial will be in Roselawn Memory Gardens. J. M. Jason EDWARDSVILLE— James M. Jason. 67, residing on Michigan Avenue, here, died at 3:20 p.m. Monday at St. Joseph's Hospital, Alton, where he had been a patient since Saturday. Born Oct. 16, 1892, In Edwardsville, a son of the late Clark and. Luclnda Jenkins Jason, he was married in 1915 to Mellnda Cherry, who survives. Surviving are two sons and a daughter, all of Edwardsville, Purnell and Udell Jason and Mrs. Evelyn Jason Gholston. Also surviving are a brother and two sisters, Roy Jason of Edwardsville, Mrs. Florence Ewing of Lltchfield and Mrs. Elsie Thomas, St. Louis, and eight grandchildren, He was affiliated with Mt. Joy Baptist Church. Funeral services are to be conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday at Schneider Funeral Home by The Rev. Ephrlam Thomas, with burial In Woodlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 1 p.m. Wednesday. Ernest Housen EDWARDSVILLE— Funeral services are to be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Straubc Funeral Home for Ernest Housen, 72, of Glen Carbon, who died Sunday afternoon at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Granite City. Interment will be in Glen Carbon Cemetery. Housen, a machinist, was born here Jan. 24, 1888, a son of the late Peter and Emma Eberhardt Housen. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Minnie Henshaw Housen; a son, Wilbur H. Housen of Edwardsville; a step-son, William Henshaw of Collinsville ; four sisters and a step-brother, Mrs. Margaret Pauseh of O'Fallon, Mrs. Anna Niggerman of SI Louis, Mrs. Lena Logsdon, Mrs. Edith Neudecker and Harry Meyer of Edwardsville. He was a member of the Methodist Church at Glen Carbon, and the Machinists' local nper on Oct. 21, there. son of the late Mr. im G. Van Mater. fed by his wife, ghters, Mrs. Fern Irs. Haze) Burris, . Mary Elliott and ndchildren and 1 the Warner Funer- where friends may Wednesday. Rites ed in the funeral m. Thursday. Buri- nper Cemetery. Kf^«J morel la Ashford, 80. Ashford, of Het•25 p.m. Monday of her daughter, )arr, 223 Mill St., had been in ill past two years, rsey County on ihp U'ac a Hniiorh. Funeral services here Wednesday will be in charge of The Rev. Arras, pastor of the Methodist Church at Glen Carbon. UHadaM.Soa. Harry E. Koehne Rites Conducted Funeral rites for Hairy Earl Koehne, retired Olin Mathieson employe, were conducted at 9:30 a.m. today in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, with the Rev. Father John M. Young officiating. Interment was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Roy Webb, Elva Henkins, Ray Misegades, Isaac Meeden, John Laird and Glen Cook. Mrs. Anna Hunt Rites Set Wednesday A Column Remiipm Hiph MHSK News of Grains Corn, Oats Are Mostly Firm CH'CAGO (AP>— Corn and onts futures were in Rood demand at mostly firm prices in the early afternoon today on the Board ol Trade but other grains and soybeans were steady to weak. For oats it was the fifth successive day of a firmer price trend which dealers said has been linked with generally unfavorable weather for maturing the crop. Transaction were not more than moderate but offerings in the corn pit were rather Hgnt against the scattered demand, tn eluding some on export account July soybeans led the setbacks, down a major fraction to a new low for the season. Carlot receipts were estimated at wheat none, corn 110, oats 7 rye none, barley 18, soybeans 6 CHICAGO (AP) — No wheat or soybean sales. Corn no. 2 yellow 1.22 1 4- I ,i; no. 3 yellow 1.21%; sample grade yellow 1.09%-14% Oats no. 2 white 73; no. 2 heavy white 76"4; no. 1 extra heavy white 78«4; no. 2 extra heavy white 77; sample grade white 7514. Prev High Low Close Close Wheat Jlv l.S4»i 1.84 1.84'i 1.84N Sep 1.87% 1.86g 1.86% 1.87H Dec 1.93 1.92% 1.92^ 1.93 Mar 1,97 1.96% 1.96% 1.97V< Sep 1.87% 1.86% 1.86% 1.87»j Corn Jly 1.19V4 1.18% 1.18% 1.18M Sep 1.18 1.17% 1.18 1.17K Dec 1.12% 1.11% 1.12% 1.11 Mar 1.16 1.15% 1.15% 1.15% Oats Jly .71% .uO% .71% .70', Sep .71% .71% .71% .1VA Dec .75 .74% .74% .74% Mar .76% .76% .76% .76 Rye Jly 1.21% 1.20% 1.21% 1.21 Sep 1.22% 1.21% 1.22% 1.217$ Dec 1.24% 1.24% 1.24% 1.24"Ji Mar 1.26 1.25% 1.26 1.26 May — — 1.27 1.27 Soybeans Jly 2.11 2.10 2.10 2.11 Sep 2.09% 2.08% 2.09 2.087$ Nov 2.08 2.07% 2.07% 2.07^ Jan 2.11% 2.11% 2.11% 2.U»/i Mar 2.14% 2.14% 2.14% 2.14M 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%. Coun try run 25Va-27, dirties anc checks 21-22; consumer grades AA large 30-32, A large 27-30, A medium 26-28. A small 20-22, B large 26-27. Fowel, heavy 18-19, light over I Ib 14-15, under 5 Ib. 9-11; fryers and broilers, commercial whites and crosses 18-18% ; old roosters 9-11. Mrs. Kate Springman Rites Set Wednesday Funeral services for Mrs Kate Springman, 84, widow o Edward Springman, will b< conducted at 9 a.m. Wednesday in St. Mary's Church. Intermen will be in St. Joseph's Ceme tery. Friends may call at Stater Chapel after 4 p.m. today. Th< Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m today in the chapel. Mrs. Maurieta Boehm Rites Set Wednesday Funeral rites for Mrs. Mauri eta Boehm, wife of James F Boehm, of 212 Logan St., Be thaJto, will be conducted at p.m. Wednesday in Smith Fu neral Home, Alton. The Rev Paul S. Krebs, pastor of Twelftf Street Presbyterian Church, o U/hioh 1Wl*c Rruahm ti?nc o rvinm Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP)-(USDA)-Hogs 17.000; bulk U.S. No. 1-2 185-230 Ib barrows and sils 17.00-25; mostly No. 1 jsomr No. 1-2 190-WO Ib 17.35-90; i bulk mixed grade No. 1-3 and 2-3 180-240 Ib 16.25-17.00; No. 2-3 240200 Ib 15.75-16.50; some No. 1-3 240 Ib to 16.75; mixed grade 150170 Ib 15.90-16.50; 120-140 Ib 13.0015.25; No. 1-3 sows 400 Ib down 14.00-15.00. largely 14.25 70; over 400 Ib 12.75-13.75; boars over 230 Ib 11.06-25, lighter weights up to 12.00. Cattle 5,000, calves 600; early sales about steady on good <uid choice at 24.00-26.25; choice 950 Ib steers 26.50; utility and comnier cial cows mostly 16.50-17.50; .nit- standing commercials 18.00; can- jners and cutters 13.50-16.50; utlll- Attest: 20.00; choice 275 Ib stock steers and heifer calves 29.00; good and choice vealers 24.00-28.00; IPW 29.00; standard and low 18.00-23.00. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES NOTTCB OP CLAIM BATS Notice Is hereby given to alt I ions that Hie first Monday in Aw- out, 1990. U the Claim Date In the _.^ NELLIE M. MILDE BRAND, Dtcttitd, pending in the Protata Court of Madison County, Mlinolf, and that claims may be filed against the Mid estate on or before said date without Issuance of summon*. Dated this 3rd day of June, IMO. PEARL MAE SHERWOOD. Executrix DALE' HILT, probate cierk. COPPINOER and XANDBRS. By JOHN B. COPPtNOEK. Attorney June 7. U. 21 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all per sons that the first Monday In Aug ust, I960, is the Claim Date in the estate of DONNA IVA MULL. Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison county, Illinois, and that claims may be filed againsl the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of summons. Dated this 8th day of June, I960. HENRY R. MULL, Administrator DALE HtLT. Probate Clerk. MALCOLM D. DURR. Attorney. June 14. 21, 28 News of Stocks Late Market Turns Weak By RIP WATSON AP Business New* Writer NEW YORK (AP)—An irregular stock market weakened still further late this afternoon. The number of losers increased and some of the day's best performers stumbled. Volume for the day was estimated at 3,500,000 shares compared \/ith 3.180,000 Monday. Key blue chip issues, which provided the muscle for last week's big rise, eased a bit, but a few specialties managed to hold hard won gains. Most electronics, mail order firm and rubber shares were higher. Airlines, rails, chemicals, util ities and aircrafts were lower. Steel, motor, metal and oil shares were a jumble of small plusses and minuses. Universal Match soared around 8, Decca was up nearly 2 and Transitron better than a point. Fractional losses prevailed for U.S. Steel, American Telephone, Standard Oil (New Jersey) and International Paper. Du Pont was off nearly 2. Chrysler, New York Central and Raytheon were off around a point apiece. Higher by a point or so were U.S. Rubber, Sears Roebuck, Gen eral Dynamics (which was aided by a 60-inillion-dollar submarine contract), Litton Industries and Schering. Smaller gains were managed by Ford, Youngstown Sheet & Tube, Republic Steel, Goodrich and Woolworth. 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. quotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to the Alton Evening Telegraph by Newhard, Cook & Co., from its AJton branch office. (The New York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T flO, General Motors 45, Granite City Steel 35%, Olin Math. Chem. 47, Owens-Illinois 111 1 ,-.., Shell 35%. Sinclair 37%. Socony 36V 8 , Standard (Ind.) S7«4, Standard (NJ) 41%. U.S. Steel 83%, Sears 57%. Youngsters Worst Firebugs, Expert Says j BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — An 'arson expert says the firebugs 'who cause the most damage are ter of the late Mr. and Mrs.!for Mrs. Anna Gormley Hunt, 81, Thomas Long. On Aug. 27. 1902-, [of 804 Sixth St., will be read at she was married to Fred Ash- ..._--. ford. Mrs. Ashford was a member of the Royal Neighbor Lodge, Alton. She was baptized in the Jerseyvilie Baptist Church. She is survived, in addition to youngsters with matches. her, will officiate. Interment ' "One of our big jobs is to catch . ..... ______ ..... .will be in Roselawn Memory t}lPS<1 kids earl >'." sa'd Sgt. H. B. 11 a.m. Wednesday in St. Mary's | Gardens. Bethalto. Friends may -Hatcher of the Los Angeles Church. Interment will be in St.! call at the funeral home after iffs arson s ^ uad - " Thp llttle Joseph's Cemetery. Friends may call at Gent Chapel after 1 p.m. today. The Rosary will be recited at 8:15 p.m. today in the chapel. |1 p.m. today. In ill health for the past year, Mrs. 2 and 3, start firfs by accident, but when they get to be 8 or more, died .1 3:10 T m '. : 'hey know what they're doing.- Monday in St. Joseph's Hospi-! ANNOUNCEMENTS tal. She is survived, in addition to her husband, James, by one son, William F. of Bethalto; onei LEGAL NOTICES REQUEST FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received at the CARD OF THANKS. I WOULD LIKE TO take this means of thanking everyone who was so very kind to me during my recent Illness and confinement. Especially those who sent cards, flowers or assisted In any and every way. Mrs. Mabel Lewis. ANNOUNCEMENTS HA KRttf WANTED—L .. South Kingshtgnway, 7:41 5 days. Phone HO 24171. » Is INBTMUCTIONS AIR CAREER STUDENTS ¥ ED — Fly — meet people, C •ten ever 18. under 38—nun and photo to Airline TMJIUM. ftert Airport Clam. St. Loufi, Mo, MOTEL MANAGEMENT — M!N. WOMEN and COUPtBS tCi trtfjl for MOTEL MANAGEMENT «M OPERATION. Only matured will be considered. Age over 25, Write NATIONAL MOTEL TRAINING. INC. Write Box 840, care Telegraph is LocAL INSTRUCTIONS' EXPERIENCED and QUALIFIED teacher will do Individual tutoring. Phone HO 5-1846. 14 MUSIC, DANCING, DRAMA 17 EMPLOYMENT HEt.f» WANTED — MALE* ACCOUNTANT — Field represent* fives, manager training, stocft clerk, cook, machinist, others I60C mo. American Employment, 208 Plasa. BARBER WANTED—Must be good "flat-top" cutter. CL 4-8727. COLtEOE MEN — White. Summer work. Part or full time. J50 • $100 er week. Car necessary. KO per w 2-S7U. rr IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORY OF Clyde Creamer, who passed away 4 years ago today. June 14, 1936. Just a token of love's devotion That our hearts still long for you. The Family. COLLEGE STUDENTS, teachers, coaches. (Male). Summer work. Car necessary. HO 2-8727 for appointment. (Our answering service will take your^ jails day or night. MALE. 28~45 YEARS~OLD—To work In well established accounting firm. Must be well acquainted with bookkeeping methods. Give schooling and past experience. Right ambitious person can make top salary. Box 900. care Telegraph. IN MEMORY OF Polly Ann Setter- lee, 3 years ago today, June 14. We are without you How much we miss you yet. Sadly missed by Husband it Children. IN MEMORY OF our father, husband. Perry Coons, who died 2 years ago today. June 14, 1938. You're not forgotten, father, dear. Nor ever shall you be: As long as life and memory last We shall remember thee. Sadly missed by, Wife & Children. 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 — 18 E. Broadway. Bath and Massage. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Evening by ap polntment. HO 5-1623. SINUS SUFFERERS try Plopper'» E Z X for relief. E Z X Is for sale at local drug counters. 8 RUMMAGE * PASTRY SALES RUMMAGE SALE—After 7 p.m. to night and all day tomorrow. 805 State St.. Wood River. SOCIETIES and LODGES FRANKLIN LODGE—No. 25. Work tn Second Degree, Tuesday. June 14, 7 p.m. Visiting brethren wel come, Refreshments. H. L. Wilson, W. M. PIASA 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. PIASA LODGE NO. 27 AF&AM — Brethren requested to attend services for Brother Claude S. Markham at Gent Funeral Home, Wed., June 15, 7 p.m. W. C. PERKINS. W.M. STATED MEETING—Alton Chapter No. 775, Wed. evening. June 15th, 7:45 p.m. Informal. WOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 1062. AFicAM—Wed., June 15, 7:30 p.m. Stated meeting. Business. Visiting brethren welcome. _ CLARENCE ANSELL. W.M. DE MOLAY" MOTHERS AiixiLT ARY will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 14, at Smith Funeral, Alton, to pay respect to Mrs. Maurieta Boehn. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN AT ALTON HIGH all night graduation party June 8, one 15' white fish 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 Park. FOUND — On Edwardsville Road, black cocker female pup about one year old. No collar. CL 4-2544. LOST—Small Japanese Pekingese tan male, corner 4th, Spring, ward. 730 E. 4th. HO 2-7157. Re STRAYED—From 112 W. Elm, small black & white mixed terrier type dog. Children's pet. HO 2-4705. II BERNIE'S NOTICES BARBER" SHOP — Rt. 140, Cottage Hills. Specializing in flat-tops. Closed Tuesday. Bernard Price and Larry Parks. Phone CL 9-6481. BULK WEDDING PAPER PLATES —White cups spoons, punch print napklnb. BAXTER D'ST. CO. plastic forks and bowl rental; 1m 554 E. Broadway HO 5-8347 sister, Mrs. Edna Frost, St. Lou- j "flee of the city comptroller. 2nd U/9 tnturmee cf ret* 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. Tuesdu.v. FREDA SEILER Services 10:00 A.M. Thursday in the Chapel. Rev. Paul S. Krebs officiating. Burial in City Cemetery. In state at the Chapel after 7:00 P.M. CLAUDE S. MARKHAM Services 2:00 P.M. Thursday in the Chapel. Rev. Robert Weathers officiating. Burial in Valhalla Memorial Park. In state at the Chapel after 7:00 P.M. Masonic Rites at 7:00 P.M. Wednesday. and two grandchildren. until 2:00 p.m. Ill W. TfcW MM*, 2nd flow PHONE: HOword 5-1171 MEMICB.THf ORDER OF THE OOLDEN RUU 787 Langdon St. Alton i floor. City Hall". June 21, 1960 for JANITOR AND CLEANING SUPPLIES Specifications and proposal forms may be secured from this office. CITY OF ALTON. ILLINOIS. Graham W Watt, City Manager June 1(1. 14 Main and Edwards Sts. PBISCIUA ASHFORD MAUIIETA IOEHM 2:00 P.M. Wednesday, Funeral Home Services Wednesday 2:.'JO P.M. Bethalto Funmal Home DON'T DOUBT—FIND OUT UNITED DETECTIVE AGENCY Shadowing. Investigations, legal evidence obtained. Call collect. Express 7-3180. Licensed. Bonded. Experienced. Expert. NOTICE—From this day forward I will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted for by anyone other than myself. Dated this Mth day of June, 1960. John E. Johnson. Rt_J. Godfrey^ III. NOTICE—From this day forward I will not be responsible for uny debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Billy V. Taylor. 410 Kingdom. Bethalio. III. June 10. '60. NOTICE—From this day forward i will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted for by anyone other than myself. Dated this llth day of June. 1960 Mrs. Dorothy C. Kladar. 668 N. 3rd St.. Wood River. 111. NEEDED — One pot washer. Must furnish own transportation. Miss Margaret Schlotz, Principle Col lege, Elsah, 111. HO 6-3131. Cat between 8 - 3 p.m. 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE BABYSITTER WANTED — Week end. 3 shifts. CL 4-3271. BABY SITTER WANTED—2 boys 7-11; must be dependable. Shift work. HO 5-3192. BILLER — Bookkeeper, dictaphone comptometer. IBM. stenographer waitress, nurses aid. others $27! mo. American Employment, 205 Plasa. LADIES—Three, to help with our summer rush of business. Begin June 14, ends July 30. Must have use of car. For personal Interview call CL 4-2276.'Stanley Home Prod ucts. LADY—For bachelor's home. Mus be honest, sober, have references HO 5-8178. RELIABLE WHITE LADY—To care for baby. Apply after 6 p.m. 649 Oak wood, Alton, for Interview. SALESLADY —Top notch, assume responsibility. Good position. 5 days. Apply Wednesday, Rlssl Stu dlo, 217 W. 3rd, Alton. WANTED—Woman for mlscellane ous kitchen work. Apply In person Parkway Drive-In. Edwardsville Road, Wood River. WANTED — Experienced waitress for day work. Apply Wedge Cafe 600 East Broadway, Alton. If HELP WTO.—Male * Female AIR CAREERS SEE OUR AD UNDER CLASS 12A STRAWBERRY PICKERS—Must b 15 or older. Work every morning a 8 a.m. Apply In person. Brand strawberry field, one mile east o Brighton. FRontler 2-3419 betwee~ 8 p.m. WANTED—Industrial engineer, 21-4( with degree, medical technician, In vestlgator, collector, salespeople alterer, housekeeper (stay), Instru ment repairman, strawberry pick ers. Apply In person. 111. State Em ployment Service, 87 Henry. Alton M SALESMEN NATIONALLY advertised compan; has opening for man to train a assistant manager: will guarante $130 per week while training. Ph Edwardsv]lle_3575_ for appointment aPEN r ING^-'Fot r ^~iexperlenced rea estate salesmen. Apply Real Estat exchange, 718 E. 4th street. 22 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE want baby sitting. HO 5-6036. , RELIABLE WHITE, LADY deslrei housework by day, HO 2-3301. FINANCIAL 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE—Tavern and cafe, fully equipped: kitchen air conditioned Large living room, living quarter! 4 acres ground. Good business. In quire at Vic and Ann's Cafe, R. R No. 2, Box 57. Staunton. 111. FOR SAL'E—Tavern. Lease building and fixtures. Low Inventory. CL 9-2889. Franchise Pepperedge Farm, Cak ery Route fdr sale. Good oppor tunlty for man with small capita Call Mr. Borton, HArrlson 9-4444 evenings and Sunday. BERIGAN AGENCY Realtor - Insurance 104 W. Main St.. East Alton FILLING STATION and hardwar store within 10 miles of Alton. We: established business. Ideal come property with 180' frontage o heavily traveled highway. Rea Estate $40,000. Inventory and oper atlng equipment $16,000. Term coulld be arranged. NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY—With 3-bedroom living quarters attached Oil heat. Doing $3.000 month! gross. Property priced at $8,950 Stock & fixture* to be Inventoried. BERIGAN AGENCY BEST BUYS CONSIDER TRADES CL 4-6614 Evenings: CL 4-1263—HO 5-7518 CL 9-2487 BUSINESS STOBlfTOsALIS MM coiim. no ..VSL [)f NO «•» CwWTl Home 6*5m LoMae HOMB IMPHOVB1 ALL CAHPBNTF¥, interior or exterior. 2-7410. BRICK-BlOCk. ««».•" onry. insured workman. Larch. HO 2-0683. D. BY DltK BRICK, BLOCKS, STONE, FIREPLACE SPECIALTY — FREE ESTIMATES. RICHARD SHAW, MASONRY CONTRACTOR. CL 4-6206. BOB WOODS — Cement contractor. Union work Free ••Umatas. HO 5-2938. HO 2-7832. CARPENTER WORK — La small. Free estimate*. CL CARPENTER — Roofing repair, block and concrete work; •xPfr- fenced. Free estimate*. HO 3-4110. COLLINS CABINET SHOP. Cttttom made cabinet*. Work BuarMMed. Fret estimates. Tarry Drive. Alton. HO 8-1407. ' CONCRETE BLOCK WORK. 18c BLOCK. ED HENDERSON. CL 4-8211. B * B CONSTRUCTION — Brick, block and concrete work: •undated brick, plastering, building of all kind*. CL 4-8211. 34 DECORATING FLOOR SANDING And Reflnlshlng. For free estimates call E. Wetsteln. HO 8-1934. INTERIOR and exterior painting. 25 years' experience. Joseph Pankey, CL 4-9098. PAINTING—Inside and out. Small lob* solicited. Dial CL 4-6488. PAUL McOUIOOAN—Pap«r hang- Ing. Save money. HO S4764. INTERIOR — And exterior painting, plastering: also roofing. Free estimates. HO 3-5878. tNTERIOR-EXTEHIOR DECORATING, plagterlng. patch plv'erln*. removing wallpaper. No lob too •mall. HO 2-7M3. HO 5-1388. PAPER HANGING — Removing paper with steamer; painting, work guaranteed. John Gayan. HO 5-8944 STORAGE — MOVING ACROSS THE STREET ACROSS THE NATION H. A. NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE 1838 Washington Ar«. Dial HO 2-0883 AERO MAYFLOWER Sloan's Moving'4 Storage Co. Exclusive Agaot Local & Long Diitanca Moving Warehouse and Faacad Lot Storage Free Esttmatai — No Obligation Phone HO 8-6687 — 299 E. Elm RENTALS 41 SLEEPING ROOMS FOR MEN—Nice clean, cool rooms. Good meals. Close - In. 628 Alby, Alton. MODERN — Private home on bus line. One or two ladles. HO 5-6808. MODERN—Newly decorated, telephone & living room privileges. Close In. 123 E. 5th. PLEASANT SLEEPING ROOM — 441 Bluff St. HO 5-8779. SLEEPING ROOM—Nicely furnished. Private entrance. Call HO 2-0978. 2408 Sanford. SLEEPING ROOM—For gentleman. Next to bath and phone. 3018 College Ave. HO 5-3774. 43 ROOM AND BOARD WANTED—Woman or girl to share home & expenses. CL 4-1608 any time. 43 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 1 ROOM—Furnished for light housekeeping. Lights Ac gas, hot * cold water. $9 per week. Prefer 1 or 2 ladles. Apply 412 W. 4th. HO 2-0889. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS—Utilities paid. Adult*. 1426 E. 4tfc« itreet. HO 2-3568. 45 APARTMENTS — FLATS 2 ROOM—Unfurnished apt. All utilities furnished. One adult only. $40 per month. HO 5-1323. After 5 p.m.. HO 5-3436. 3 ROOM APT.—Private entrance It bath, heat, lights, water, gas furnished. Near St. Joseph's Hospital. $50 month. HO 5-7595. 3 ROOMS—Exceptionally nice. Private. Cabinets. Inlalds. hardwoods, Venetian blinds, laundry room, garage. $65. HO 2-3165. 3 ROOM MODERN—Gas and electric for cooking. One small baby welcome. $40 month. HO 5-5008. 3 LARGE ROOMS— Private bath. lights, water furnished. $13.30 . 250lBele. PERSONAL SERVICE U DRESSMAKING— TAILORING CUSTOM MADE SLIP COVERS Work guaranteed. Mrs. Homer Hale^ HO^ 8-2533. CUSTOM UPHOLSTERING — Sllp- coyers,_drapes._Hp 2-8984. LAD I ES~ *" CHILDREN'S dresses, drapes, double breasted suit* made single. CL 4-3678. _ 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment. All utilities puld Private bath and entrance. CL_4-2003. _ __ .^UNFURNISHED ROOMS— Utititie's paid. No children. 715 E. 6th. 3 ROOM — Unfurnished, ground floor. Heat and water furnished. Adults only $75 per month. HO 5-1323. After 5 p.m.. HO 5-3436 _ 3~~ROOM UPSTAIRS — Private entrance. blinds, stove, refrigerator & utilities furnished. Good location. HO 2-2451 after_5_p_.m. _ 4 ROOM DU PL EX— First floor. Ga- HO2-1262 LAUNDERING RENTAL PHOTO EQUIPMENT Slide cameras and protector*: 8mm cameras and prelector*: 14mm sound protector*, itreens. etc.. and tape recorder* FOSTER'S DRUG STORE ALTON'S PHOTO CENTER 230 E Broadway — HO 5 2584 IIA RIDERS *!_ __________ IRONINGS DONE In my home. CL 4-4820. IRONINGS DONE in my home. Also men's laundry. Work guaranteed HO 2-1173. IRONINGS WANTED—Reasonable & experienced. Cun givt references. Phone CL 4-7943 _ __ WANTED — Washinss and ironings. Mrs. Del Navllle CL 4-8274. BUSINESS SERVICE M BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS A BACKED UP SEWERT Don't growl, call Al. CL 4-7S68. ACCOMMODATING ALL AREAS HAMPSEY'S SEWER SERVICE HO 5-1012 — CL 4-0513 44 feour «ervic» Work «uaraotMd loiured We clean. i«*uil. rwali Mvert. saptlc tank*. field drains BASEMENT WATERPROOFING— L6CAT~MATE"TEACHER driving Specialty. HO 2-4038. to Washlnjion DC June 20. Room'BOTTLE GAS HOOKUP — Original for up to three No transportation j boitlegas equipment and bottles; also bulk Skblga«. JIM JONES. HO 2 27tiS. cost to Muck'nto CL 4 6b66 e e e • e TO PLACE YOUR AD DIAL HO 5-6MI 4 ROOMS & BATH—Refrigerator. stove, air conditioner, heat & water furnished $90 mo. Adults only. Call HOJ5-7066. 5~~ROOM~APT.—Upper Alton. Private entrance*. Most utilities furnished; some furnishing!. Adults only. .Reference required. $110 mo. HO 5-6939. ___________ 5 ROOMS—501 Bond. $80. Bath, heat, water furnished. Adults. Apply^ Brlstow. 302 State. 3 ROOMSr—Very attractive; private bath, laundry facilities, utilities furnished. Couple. 304 Mill, corner _Summlt. 4~R"66'M UNFURNISHED downstairs apt. Gas heat. CL. 4-4961. 1422% E. 4TH Close to Class Works — Just redecorated. 3-room 2nd floor unfurnished apt. Complete bath.' hot and cold water furnished immediate possession. 140 month. HEMPHILL AGENCY DM HO 5-3584 — Evenings HO 3-6833 FOR RENT—4 room apartment. Heat and water furnished- Private entrance. Centrally located- HO FOR "RENT—New brick duplex" apt" 3 rooms and bath built-in oven and range, washer ft dryer, wall to waif carpetlna. *Uygljjg|a fwiui . ed. $125 month. HO CARPET Quality plus low price. SOI Nylon i til wool Wilton acrllao. Free «»tl mates. Madison County Carpet Co. Route 4. Lou Juan Hills. Edwards i vllH. 111. ATlaottc 8737t. j CUSTOM COMBINING — Harold! Paul. HO 2-7014. I HARTFORD— 3 CL rooms NICE s ROOM APARTMENTS"^Newly decorated. Utilities tur- niihad HO 5-2374. NORTH ALTON—Very attractive 3 room up«W!r« apt. Private entrance, full batb. W mo. Adulu. Must ««e w appreciate HO J-*477. I

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