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SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1960 ALlUN IS Cases on Jury Trial Calendar Slated to open Monday In Alton City Court Is a two-week Obituaries Mrs. Robinson I Mrs. Mabel Robinson, 60, wife j of John G. Robinson, died suddenly at 8:IS p.m. Friday at her home, 335 S. Central. Wood River. Previous to moving to setting of jury trials for which Wood River she had resided in 3 ^» e *• H. Stre*per had « Fleldon for 17 years and in A1-, calendar prepared a month ago. ton for 8 years. Eighteen cases remain on the A native of Fleldon, she was i selling, It was said by Court born on Feb. 19, 1900, a daugh-j clerk Felix T. Boschert. Orlgln- ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. ft n y 22 jults were listed, but the REPORTS SEDAN Herbert Thomas Brown. She court since has received nota-; gTOLBN DOWNTOWN was married to John G. Robin-! t i ons O f the settlement of three.! son on Aug. 29, 1925, in the First wM i e a continuance has been Presbyterian Church, Alton. 'granted in a fourth. Greater Participation in Programs of Aged Urged 2 Auto* Damaged In Collision EMPLOYMENT t» HtLP~»rTb.—M«t« * tarn AIR CAREERS SEE OUR AD _ . . . ._ UNDER CLASS IJA Fender damage to two ve- sfRAWBF/RfrSrpicKinPfs^ivtust' »'• hides was listed following a; is or older. Work every mornlnt it Greater participation in local to an Alton audience Friday by i-oJli*ion at llth and Alton. . tr V7 0 e rrA y PP fieid. n on7 mnt •t«"«j programs designed to solve the « state staff member of t h e streets at 6 p.m. Friday. Vehio- fnghton. FRomier 2-3419 between problems of the aged was urged White Housf Conference on Ag- l«s in fhe mishap, according to Ing. He is Dale Larson of Chi- the police report, were a station icago. wagon driven by Mrs. Virginia S The all-day conference, at the Ruscelli of 917 Alton St., and a i Alton YMCA. was attended by coach operated by Edward A. North Alton News 165 from Sernior Citizens groups iSchatfer of 409 E. 8th St. in Alton. Wood River, Belleville, D. Bloodworth of 217 Elm St. Informed police at 11:25 p.m. Friday that his se- and Jerseyville. Clausy Heppner, president of! the Alton Senior Citizens, opened the program at 10 a.m. with I Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES Larson discussed "Planning; NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice It hereby given to all per in July. • • 8 p.m. 21 SITUATIONS wrb. - MALI MAN wi»he* lawn cutting. Phone HO 2 3326. If SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE BAY WORK — Experienced. Pricilla Reed. 1201 Coppinger Rd. HO 2 !Wtl _ WANTFD—ffonfngs In my home. Experienced. HO 5-30S8. WHITE LADY—e*pefleneed, housework, cooklnr 5H days State St area preferred Pnone HO 2-7.M7. WiLtTcARE for one small girl, i-5 years old In my home. Reasonable. CL 4-7716. RENTALS 41 AMRTMifTfS^I 2 R6bM* A' ftAttt - .nfarni'sl All utilities included. Adnltl, month. HO a-3131. 3.ROOM APT. - HWP, vtlWtlM blindii. automatic fas htat._ For couple. 142 loth St.. Wood River CL . $33. Ota. jForstint. Hartford. »l. 3 foSW unfufnliKed apt. 1788 tol -3 ROOM APT.— Utilities included. wired for electric stove. Reasonable. 303 s. M«m at Korreck, wood River. _ __ _ _ 3 ROOM*— Blind*. «tov»r refrtf «• ator, utlllUes. $75. HO 8-7M3. 3 "ROOM MODERN Zfld floor apt. Cabinets, raniie, refrigerator, heat, water furnished Adults only. HO S-34M after 7 p.m. * ' , Kicmicu 111 o luuiiii. 11.95 n rw ITrmau fnaf m« HA* —«•••«•• ~.v.~«v.«— - .— °'tnti« that th* ftrat Mnnnftv Itl lulv M». Robinson was a member! 8 _ d .ranted 1 ?.;, JSh h7h fl H lift nsrkerl a thp Npw L " surp a * n " H « env '*° !? the'c'laim n« 0 ein"ihe fl e;t U aTe of the Roxana Church of the cmotces were granted dan, which he had left parked a . imnopt»npe of nar- »' Hen 'y c Heppner, Deceased v ' * „?o^ a ,.T^. *J?!l Bowing hearings before Judge short time earlier at W. Fourth ?™ 7 ;?1 \ h * .S^^ 0 !^! P?"l«"t •" i.« »«*•»; court of Ma- FINANCIXT Nazarent, and taught a Sunday school class, women's missionary society and the ladies Bible class. 4 She is survived, in addition to her husband, John G., by one daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Hansen, Wood River, one son, Wil- _. ... .. , ; . _,, . .. . . . . . Streeper at the mid-week ses-!and Piasa streets, had been stol- sion of court, Thursday. |en. A report of the mtetag ..r ChaHemin M. Blair was given was 8" to he s ate a divorce from Charles W. Blair | ana "earoy municipal on grounds of habitual drunkenness and was awarded custody of their two minor sons. The liam of Roxana, six grand-1 decree provided a monetary children, one brother, Maurice Brown of Waco, Texas, four sisters, Mrs. Lottie Forcade, Alton, Mrs. Mary Kabureck, settlement for the plaintiff, gave her possession of household goods, and directed the defendant to pay $75 a month for agencies. TflAFFIC COLLISION! CAR DAMAGED Among traffic collisions re- _,, and econom , call y .„ ported to the police Friday eve. ng ., which ning was one at State and ™~" tlcipation in "local programs for dlson county. Illinois, and that nf nrnh claim may be filed against the said 01 piuo es , ate on or before said date with-! as they i out Issuance of summons. Dated 1 tk.1. I'Vii. .1.... .»« fc*_.. i iwu\ the rapidly growing sen-j lor citizen population." j Probate Clerk After Larson's address the ! group divided into buzz sessions! and discussed "responsibility ofj senior citizens politically, cultur- No. 2, Box 57, Staunton. Ill, LEWIS D. WENZEL, FOR SALE or TRADE Adminlstrat or with FOR EQUAL VALUE will annexed. | Confectionery and Restaurant. 1813 I. H. STREEPER, 111 Attorney. i central avenue. Same location 2S ' years. Nice for couple. Owner retiring. Will sacrifice. After 6 p.m.. .117 Spring street. 1 CARD OF THANKS. MR. CLAUDE s "MARKHAM — we wish to thank all our friends and I Gary, Ind., Mrs. Ida McFar- i support of the children. lane, Roselle, New Jersey and! Emma Blfllr was granted di- Mrs. Dora Tickner of Alton. Friends may call at Marks Mortuary after 7 p.m. today and until 11 a.m. Monday when the body will be taken to Roxana Church of the Nazarene for rites at 2 p.m. Interment will be In Woodland Hill Cemetery. E. S. Carrico vorce from Gentry Blair of 731 2 240 Gesche Ave. Some fender more 8aTf*d I driven by Van B. Ruedin of 2501 "Th.- A u o ; gr0 up served a| Belle St. and a sedan operated ,, chuck wagon ,, sty|e djnner ,„! by Clarence W. Strohkirch of; the main ,„„ of the YWCAi ' ._ — —, i-wr» SALE—Tavern. Lease bulldlns: neighbors for their kindness and I an d fixtures. Low Inventory. CL shown during the recent i 9.288!). of our • wf~ESTAUSH "YOU TrT"your~own business on our capital. No Investment, no experience necessary to start. Part llmff or f cities and towns bes ument Co., Wlnona. Minn. 3 "ROOM HOUSE — In Rosewood Heights. Adults only. CL 4-0336. _ 3 LARGE" ROOMS-Pfivate bath, lights, water furnished. $ week. 2501 Belle. ,1 ROOMS and sun porch. Private bath and entrance. Ail utilities paid. Inquire 1218 W. 9th, 8-8 p.m. 3 ROOMS—Utilities" Wear North Al ton. Small child okay. $38. HO 6-2393. 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED apart ment All utilities paid. Private bath and entrance. CL 4-3003. 3 ROOM APT.—Utllltfes furnished. First floor. 3819 Coronado Dr. HO 2-8078. 4 ROOM upstairs. Private entrance, heat and water furnished. Wired for electric stove. Adults only. HO 2-3862. bereavement husband and father. We especially wish to thank tnc Rev Funeral Robert Home. l ° ** *"*«* WM ' but submission of the decree; listed. was deferred. Clerk Boschert said is was coincidence that surnames of who assisted or helped In any way. Mrs. Eva Markham and Family. MRE. FREDA D. SEILER — We would like lo take this means of the beginning of the afternoon session the group discuss. i . . . t_t» • I wwuiu imc tu ior\c i ma nicniio wi ,. . .. .. ,ed employment, turning hobbies! thanking all our friends, relatives The policeman Investigating into ,j 0 || ars an( j recreation pro- 1 and neighbors who were so kind the mishap noted in his reportj grams ' lt "" n " "" ' h ""° ' u '" a suggestion that a regulation to Each dub preseritec j a s w t and __ ___ ...... ,..„ ..... _ „ _. the parties lo the two suits, tried I ban parking on the south slde| all j oined in a song fest the same day, were similar. Air Cooling to JERSEYVILLE - Everett Sylvester Carrico, 60, a farmer of the Kane vicinity, died at 10:20 a.m. Friday at his home. ,. . •. -.,.. j He had suffered from a heart' Hospital Ward condition for some time, but nisi of Madison avenue, near its in-i In keepin g w)tn fog theme of tersection with State would re-; the prograrni "Round-Up of Newl_ duce a difficult driving situation i Members," many wore cowboy j*- during our recent bereavement. Especially Rev. Krebs. Gent Funeral Home, pallbearers, those who sent cards, flowers and assisted In any and every way. The Family of Mrs. Freda D. Seller IN MEMORIAM at that intersection. YOUTH REPORTS 4 HUBCAPS STOLEN i costumes. A display of Western I wearing apparel was set out in the conference room. Visitors from out of town in- Clifford Smith of 146 East Al-i c i uded Miss Elizabeth Hamilton, ton Ave., East Alton, a student, j Kenmore N Y ., who attended IN LOVING MEMORY OF WAYNE BURR1S. who passed away one year ago June 19. 1959: Till memory fades and life departs, You live forever In our hearts. Sadly missed by Mom and Brothers, Don and Dick. i informed police Friday noon that death was unexpected. Born in Jerseyville on Aug. 1, | men's surgical ward at Barnes Air conditioning of the 55-bed| all four hubcaps had been stolen 1899, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Carrico. Mr. Carrico was a member of Hospital, St. Louis, Is under way through a gift to the hospital by Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Mathpws the King Solomon Lodge No. I Jr., according to the St. Louis 197, AF&AM of Kane, and of the j Globe-Democrat. Kane Baptist Church. j M a t h e w s. and Alton indus- He is survived by his wife, j trialist. was taken to Barnes Hos- two sons, E. Neil Carrico, Car-jpital after an auto accident in rollton, Daniel S. of Kane, one j April. Mrs. Mathews visited daughter, Mrs. Richard Scho-lhim and passed the surgical ward field of Jerseyville, one brother, j which, she noted, could be made Homer C. of St. Louis, one sister, Mrs. Orville Barry of Kane, and five grandchildren. The body is at the Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home, where friends may call after 3:30 p.m. more comfortably by air conditioning. The air conditioning will serve a medical purpose beyond that of keeping the patients comfortable in warm weather. In certain Sunday. Masonic rites will be brain surgery, the patient's conducted Sunday evening. Rites temperature rises and this would will be held at 2 p.m. Monday!be offset by controlled room in Kane Baptist Church, with the Rev. H. L. Potter officiating. Interment will be in Kane Cemetery. W.CEly JERSEYVILLE — Walter C. Ely of Chicago, a native of Jersey County, died last Saturday in the Austin Hospital, where he had been moved half an hour earlier. For several years, he had suffered from a heart condition. A son of the late Mr. and| Mrs. George Ely, he was horn| on a farm east of Jerseyville i on Sept. 12, 1885. He was grad-i temperature. Spinal cord injury cases also need controlled room temperature when sections of the body may not perspire to dissipate the body heat. Also, a patient who may not be able to swallow liquids after an operation may perspire — and the fluids of his body may be replaced by injection, unless the room heat is controlled. from his automobile while it was parked during the forenoon in the parking lot 6f West Junior High School where he attends a summer class. Bethalto Unit Band Program Opens Monday BETHALTO — Classes for beginners in the Civic Memorial Summer band program will get underway Monday at 9 am. at Civic Memorial High School it was announced by Band Director Ernest Opp. Students from the sixth grade will attend sessions in the high school band room. The beginners will meet on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings and the Junior High group will be scheduled on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9 a.m. Regular high school band sessions are scheduled each Tuesday evening during the summer months. Stu dents interested in private instruction are urged to contact band director Opp. the 50th anniversary of the 1910 graduating class of Alton Senior High School last Saturday night, and Mrs. Margaret Hance and Miss Margaret Vernados, both of Madison County Public Aid Office in Edwardsville. ANNOUNCEMENTS Representatives of Red Cross Discuss Service to Veterans Plans for keeping up to date! Alton Evening Ttlicnph Classified Ad Rates Quick Action — Low Cost Here IB How Ton Can Uee> TELEGRAPH WANT ADS Sample Ad: THIS IS A THREE LINE AD—An ad this size contains about fifteen average words. AN AD THIS SIZE COSTS ONLY: $3.94 for 1 Day* $2.4* for 4 D»ye 75o for One D»y Sample Ad? THIS IS A FIVE LINE AD—Containing about 25 words, offering space for more Items, or more complete description of articles. Place your ad today. not at ««\J» T.r«.vvni;.i«rti :and a patient in the hospital for Jin service to the military, vet" a ! e ^ fr0 ^ theiLJe ?5- V1 "!J IlgTh lone month. She was 51. In May erans and their dependants School under the late Prof. J. Pike and was one of the youngest graduates of the school. He served as fifth Exalted May i of last year, she had been hospitalized for treatment of pneumonia. A native of Alton, she was dependants were discussed Thursday at an all - day meeting of representatives from eight Red Cross chapters of the area. The session was at Alton-Wood River Red Cross headquarters. Chapters represented, in addi- •»* -CM v, ^ . nc .;^ n ^i ; n r>ui " *' on to the local chapter, serve Mr. Ely had resided in Cta- jor thc National secretaries As- , he Tri-Cities, Jefferson, Monroe, cage.for many years whcie he sociatlon , S( . Ann . R Altar Soci . G| . e countj Edwards- worked as an auditor with the' ety and the Pur g at0 rial Society vi i le Powell Auditing Co. i nf c r Marv's Phtirch anrl of H» i« «nrvivprl hv his wife thp , ,,: y f .J », , * ' Chapter volunteer and profes- He is suivivea fij nis \\iie, tne the \y 0 men of the Moose Lodge.] former Miss Jane Foreman, one Sne is surv i ve d, j n addition!^... „._„„. sister, Mrs. Etta Mowen, Jer- to ner fatheri by one brother.! !,"* ^Ifni. KAwillp nnp brother. Neil Elv T«U_ r> -f i „»„ D«««V, r-«iif iaepenaenih. __ . T ... T-,,, « native ui niiun, one was Ruler of the Jerseyville Elks bom on M 2S Igo9 a da h . Lodge after its organization and jter of Mr John A Bemer &nd had 'retained his membersh.p inj the , ate Mrs Laura Berner the local lodge. , Mjss Berner was a Beacn> C alif. seyville, one brother, Neil Ely j onn p of of Camp Hood, Texas. He was! ents, one sister, Mrs. Amy:jay. A Solemn Requiem Higlij'^J Mayes, and one brother, Isaac. ! Mass w ill be sung at 9 a.m.! ^L Funeral rites were conducted:Monday in St. Mary's Church.; d t last Monday in Kaupp Funeral j interment will be in St. Jos- Chapter volunteer and profes- servlcernen was devot- Home, Austin. Interment was in ; e ph's Cemetery. The Rosary will Act of 1960. I. Zveitel, member i the Blue River Cemetery. De-| be recited at 8 p.m. Sunday in of the adjudication boanj> V et-! trmt - lhc funei ' al ho me - erans Administration regional of-j i|v« n ; (ice, St. Louis, outlined provi- Miss. Berner c. F. MarUiam sions ° f tne act > which .effective July 1, 1960. Miss Kathryn Elizabeth Berner, of 720 Langdon St., a secretary to Dr. D. M. Roberts for the past 28 years, died at 2:55 p.m. Friday in St. Anthony's Hospital. Miss Berner had been in declining health for six years Representatives of the Veter- —_ ans Administration, as well as STATE OPIN SUNOAY ALL DAY ON SALE RED RIPE BUCK DIAMOND Watermelons fiOi* E * cb WE PLUG 'EM SWEET CORN •- 39c VINE RIPE TOMATOES 3 UK. RAik for Only 9 VV BROADWAY AMAIN Rites Conducted funeral rites for Claude F. iRed Cross representatives, are Markham, 59, a retired Owens- j prepared to assist veterans who Illinois employe, were conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday in Gent Chapel, by the Rev. Robert Weathers, pastor of Hillcrest Church of the Nazarene. Inter- AN AD THIS SIZE COSTS ONLY: 16.56 for 7 Day* »4.00 tor 4 Dry* $1.25 tor 1 Day Minimum Space 12 Wordi Schedule ads for 7 or 4 Insertions for best results and tower rates. Alternate insertions are charned at the one time rate. Ads stopped before expiration are charged only for the number of days run at tbe rate earned. Card of Thanks or Memorlam Notices—$1.50 for 20 words or less plus 5c a word for each word over 20. In case of error—advertiser must make correction before second Insertion. All advertising Is sublect to the approval of the publisher. Copy received before H A. M. It published same day. The Classified Department is open from 8 A. M. to S P. M. The following ads are payable in advance: Situations Wanted; Not Responsible Notices. You can charge all other ads If you are listed In the phone book or City Directory. FOR FAST, COURTEOUS HELP IN PLACING YOUR AD—OB FURTHER INFORMATION — OAIX HO 5-6641 ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES IN LOVING MEMORY—Of Emma Lena Farmer, who passed away 21 years ago June 18. 1939: Many years have passed us by Since you have gone away. And many tears were In our eyes Upon that darkest day. But Mother dear, the day will come When Heaven's gates will open, And let us Into your arms To mend our broken hearts. Sadly missed by Husband, Daughters, Sons and Grandchildren IN LOVING MEMORY — Of Gary Gene Bowman, who passed away 13 years ago today: Just when his days seemed brightest. Just when his days seemed best, God called him from amongst us To his eternal rest. Sadly missed, but God knows best. Sadly missed. Father. 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 appointment. HO 5-1623. SINUS SUFFERERS try Plopper'i E Z X for relief. E Z X Is for sale at local drug counters. SOCIETIES and LODGES WALTON CHAPTER NO. 1018 OES —Stated meeting Monday. June 20, 7:45 p.m. Pastron matrons and past patrons night, birthday observance. Informal. LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN LOST—Ladles' white gold Bulova watch at Montlcello Plaza. Reward. PERSONAL SERVICE M DRESSMAKING— TAILORING 4 ROOM UNFURNISHED down- jitalrs apt, pas heat. CL. 4-4981. ^VROiOM A~PARTMENT — Bath. Prefer couple. Lights, water, heat _furnished_._$75._DU 4-SM8. 8 "ROOM" APT.—Upper" Alton. Prl vate entrances. Most utilities fur nlshed: some furnishings. Adults only. Reference required. 8110 mo HO il-6939. CUSTOM MADE SLIP COVERS ^Mrs. Homer Work guaranteed. Hale. HO 8-2833. LADIES * CHILDREN'S dresses, drapes, double breasted suits made single. CL 4-3876. CUSTOM UPHOLSTERING — Slipcovers, drapes. HO 2-8984. LAUNDERING SI FAMILY IRONINGS — Men's bundles, reasonable. Experienced. HO 5-5289. IRONINGS DONE In my home. Also men's laundry. Work guaran- jeed. HO 2-1173. MEN ; S BUNDLE WASHING and Ironing. CL 4-4820. WHITE LADY wants regular Iron- Ing In her home. Call HO 2-7568._ BUSINESS SERVICE 12 BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS BOTTLE GAS HOOKUP — Original bottlegas eouloment and Bottles: also bulk Skelgas. JIM JONES. HO 2-2765. CARPET Quality plus low price. SOI Nylon, all wool Wilton acrllan. Free estimates. Madison County Carpet Co . Route 4. Lou Juan Hills, Edwards- vljje. III. ATlantlc 8-737L CUNNINGHAM —Painting. Interior, exterior. Patch plastering. Small repairs. Reasonable prices. Insured. HO 2-5429. HARRIS TREE" SERVICE — Power spraying by state "censed operator Trea work. HO 2-0811. HO 5-8587. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED — 617 Spring. GUTTERING Spouting Furnace Repairs. Free estimates WHITE'S TIN SHOP. HO 2-1424. JOHNSTON'S mobile welding and cutting. Evenings and Saturdays. HO 2-3588. 1 POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED—SHARPENED ALL MAKES Complete stock Toro Kut Kwlclr mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. HO 2-7326 33 BUILDING — CONTRACTING Alert Home Owners Insist On LoMac HOME IMPROVEMFNTS S yrs. to pay—Free Estimates NO MONEY DOWN—CL 4-0731 re,, -ar LOST— Red male pig. Small. Harold I __ HO 5-6132. Cathorall. HO 2-8096. II NOTICES BULK WEDDING PAPER PLATES —White cups, plastic forks and spoons, punch bowl rental; Imprint napkins. BAXTER DIST. CO. S54 E. Broadway. HO 5-9347 CARPENTER WORK — Large or small. Free estimates. CL 4-5718. CARPENTER — R o o f I n t repair, block »nd concrete work: exper- lenced. Free estimates. HO 2-4110. COLLINS CABINET SHOP. Custom made cabinets. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. Terry Drive, Alton. HO 5-1407. CONCRETE BLOCK WORK, 18c BLOCK. ED HENDERSON, CL 4-8211. 34 DECORATING FLOOR SANDING DON'T DOUBT-FIND OUT UNITED DETECTIVE AGENCY Shadowing, investigations, legal evidence obtained. Call collect. Express 7-3180 Licensed. Bonded. Experienced Expert. i NOTICI —From this day forward I ; will no longer be responsible for; And Reflnlshlnii. For free estimates any debts contracted for by anyone, call E. Wetslein. HO 5-1934. oiher than myself. Dated this 18th! -^-f ERJOR and ~ exterior"'paintlnY day of June, IflBO. Louis .1. (,roene, ,,, , experie nce. Joseph JOOO Alby St., Alton. 111. , Pankey CLJ-9098. 'his day forward o^fNflNG-^Tnslde "and out. Small jobs solicited. Dial CL 4-6486. ALBY ST."—4-room duplex; utilities furnished. HO 2-1262. EAST ALTON—3 rooms on ground floor with large sun porcn. CL 4-4758 or CL 4-4842. 1422% E. 4TH Close to Glass Works — Just redecorated. 3-room 2nd floor unfurnished apt. Complete bath, hot and cold water furnished Immediate possession. $40 month. HEMPHILL AGENCY Dial HO 5-3384 — Evenings HO 2-8833 LARGE 3 room apt. on bus line. Heat and water furnished. HO 2-4661. ._ MILTON AREA—Newly decorated, 3 rooms and bath. Private entrance. Stove, refrigerator and all utilities furnished. $85 mo. Work- Ing couple preferred. 3448 Mere- dosla. HO 2-1896. NICE 6 and :i-RM. APARTMENTS— Newly decorated. Utilities fur NORTH ALTON—3 room unfurnlsh ed^pt. Phone HO 6-2712 after 6._ NfTRTH~ALTON—Very attractive 3 room upstairs apt. Private entrance, full bath. $65 mo. Adults. Must see to appreciate. HO 2-6477^ NORTH ALTON—3 room apartment. Rooms are very modern and large. Lots of closet space. Front and back entrance. This Is newly decorated and first class all the way. Heat & water furnished. Adults only. $80. Dial HO 2-0055 or HO 2-0315. TWO 2-room unfurnished apts, heat furnished, $35 month. 635 E. 8th. HO 5-9209. UNFURNISHED 2-RO"OM APT. — J£i M -i l J??L5?!l- HO 2-3684. WANTED—Lady to share apt. with lady, share expenses. 422 Belle St. WOODMRIVER—886~ HalleY. 4 rooms newly decorated. $45 month. 4S FURNISHED APARTMENTS 2 CLEAN furnished roomt. Utilities furnished. 224 Lorena, Wood River. 2 ROOM 1 small child welcome. $9 week. HO 2-5264. 2 FURNISHED ROOMS — Utilities paid. Adults. 405 Bering. HO 2-1173 2 ROOM furnished apt. with air con dltloner. CL 4-6524, 2 ROOM MODERN — Utilities fur nlshed. Adults. 2616 Yager. HO 5-5967. 2 FURNISHED ROOMS — With bath. Utilities furnished. 654 Bow man. East Alton. CL 4-2301. 2 FURNISHED ROOMS — Clean, utilities furnished. reasonable. Walking distance to S.t.U. 1409 Wll- lard. HO 2-8495. 2~R'66ivi furnished apartment. Apply 632 East_5th or phojie HO_2-B617. £ROOM~ MODERN FURNISHED APT — Waler and lights. Convenient loc-Hllon Apply 530 E Broadway. Apt. No._4. 2~c"LEAN "furnished room apt. Prl vate bath, entrance. All utilities furnished. HO 2-4882. OODTUBY AREA~Al«»d«l« MM]> vision, near Oilum Brown Sehtfol. new 3 bedroom brlefc h«m». . run basement, attached i*rate. Larie lot. House and tarnte plistered. g uiit-m o. E. ranie and van. eautiful birch cabinets, automatic Res heat, carpeted jiving and drp- it area. Concrete drive and wMlk. Immediate possession, 1198 month BETHALTO LUMBER DU 4-9131 Eyening: DU 4-3W1 • DU 4-387l_ room duplex. Oarage, fun basement, immediate possession. 3810 Oscar street. M5 month. HO J-MM. SOUTH ROXANA — 9-room modern house. Breezeway and garage. CL 4-1544. 4* FURNISHED NOUSES 3 ROOMS & BATH—Laundry facilities, electric hot water. Yard, children welcome. $40. HO 5-79M, .1" ROOM — Furnished cool house. Modern. One baby welcome. CL 9-2533. _______«— 3~ROOMS AND OARAGE — Good 10- cntlon. Call CL 4-2808. FURNtSHED 3-ROOM dOTTAOB— Private bath, $84 month. Botsa (rear). HO 8-B128. 1712 ROXANA— 3 room modern furnished house. 138 West Third. CL rnishe 4-4978. BUSINESS PLACES' FOR LEASE WILSHIRE MALL STORES, OFFICES YODER — CL 4-9113 FOR SALE in owi modern none*. C CL 4-9406 or CL New brick BOffiei m ¥ «ncy, or will pulla I rade-ms arrarjied. Ji nauser. HO 8-381. ft WOOD RIVER—3«0 M from Union Tan ment, frame, 3 with dining area Large living roo.... . ets, oak floors, alum Don screens * storm _ iftted. Oas heat. Reidy nancy. A real bargain Terms, Call Worcester structloit Co. CL 4433ft NEW 2*3 BEDROOM Modern homes. $800 down. Inqutft 5B S, 9th, Rosewood Heights. REDUCED~3 bedroom, lu Bath. Brick. 3 miles north of Godfrey. Trade. FR 2-3998. 8l OFFICE * DESK ROOM NEW 2 ROOM wood paneled offices. 307 Henry. HO 3-8811. OFFICES — Reasonable. Peulstich building, downtown Alton. Suitable for professional and business. Also meeting hall. Will remodel. HO 2-291 J. 81 FARMS AND LAND FOR RENT — EXCELLENT PASTURE LAND WITH WATER. 10 ACRES NEAR CLIFTON TERRACE ON MC ADAMS RIVER HIGHWAY. WILL ROSENBERG. TR 7-1101. MWANTED TO RENT 2 OR 3 BEDROOM HOUSE — Prefer basement, 2 car garage. Godfrey area. HO 2-9824. CLOSE TO ROXANA POOL — 2 or 3 bedroom house for area teacher and family. Moderate rent. CL 4-2048. 2 or 3 BEDROOM HOUSE In Cathedra) school district, around -July 1. 2 children. 4 and 6. Reasonable rent. HO n-2229. WANTED TO RENT—5 or 6 room house In vicinity of Alton. HO 8-3172 REAL ESTATE SALE 87 FARMS AND LAND 30-ACRE FARM WOOD RIVER — 2 miles out rock Hill Road past Belk Park; 24 acres In cultivation. Large six-room house with screened-ln front porch, plastered wnlls down, dry wall on two rooms up. i/i-hath. good well and cistern, city water In front of house, 2 large barns, summer kitchen, smoke house, chicken house, some fruit and berries, lots shade. 220 wiring In house, basement, comb. alum, storm doors and windows $22.900 Fred E. Thompson Realty Co. CL 4-5514 FOSTERBURG AREA 85VJ-ACRE FARM — Residence and outbuildings $20.000 ALLEN & NIMMONS Realtor — HO 2-9248 PIKE COUNTY — 4Vi miles from Nebo. 30 acres. 7 acres tillable, balance timber and pasture. $750. Terms. CL 4-7462. 88 LOTS FOR SALE $90 DOWN — $28 month. Wllshlre area. Large lot, city sewer, water. gas. Price 83450 YODEH REAL ESTATE CL 4-9113 — CL 4-1484 KINO SIZE LOTS In D'Adrtan Gar dans. Rolling, landscaped. Finest In the area. City water, natural fas, sanitary and storm sewers. Homer Adams. HO 2-4403. KLOPMEIER ADDITION—Nice lot, suitable for split level house. Priced right at $1100 GEO. ROBERTSON . . HO 8-3583 HEMPHILL AGENCY Eve., Sat. or Sun.. HO 2-8608 LAKE FRONT LOT In Arkansas. Country Club membership with lot. Write Box 970. care Telegraph. Z-ROOM HOUSE — Bath, hot water, private entrance. 208 Illinois, East Alton. I will no lonuer be responsible for any debts oth«r than those contracted by myself. Dated this 17th day of June. l%0 Carl M. Butler, 1324 5th St., Cottage Hills, III. RENTAL PHOTO EQUIPMENT Slide cameras and projectors: 8mm cameras and proiectors: 16mm sound proiectors. screens, etc.. and tape recorders. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE ALTON'S PHOTO CENTER 230 E. Broadway — HO 5-2585 EDUCATIONAL ! I2A INSTRUCTIONS i AIR CAREER STUDENTS WANT I ED — Fly — meet people. Cradu ates over 18 under 35—rush facts and photo lo Airline Training. Lambert Airport Class. St. Louis. Mo. I SSl ) question* regarding the new plan, the local chapter announced. George Skillstad, American Red Cross field director, led a discussion following Zveitel's IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP SAID COUNTY MAMIE M. SETTLES. ) VS. Plaintiff ment was in Valhalla Memorial | talk. Park. The afternoon session was con-' CARL SETTLES ' Pallbearers were Virgil Os- ducted by Miss Eleanor J. Flynn,: Defendant tendorf. Lyle Walker, Guy Home Service representative, Hearne, Lawrence Edwards. Mjdwe.slern Area office, Red IN CHANCERY NO. eo-c_6» Eugene Buckshot and Glenn Q. OSS Services to members of ro Henderson. EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE MAN—Sales and Service Representative. Salary and commission. Liberal insurance and retirement benefits. Apply between 8 and B a.m. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 212 State. Alton 3 ROOM FIRST FLOOR FURNISHED APT. — Completely private. Adults only.JUO 5-3713. 3~FURNisHED SINGLE ROOMS— JJ703 Washington. _HO 5-28H. j 3 CLEAN FURNISHED ROOMS — I Upstairs Heat, water, window fan I furnished. 1824 Kennedy.^ '!! ROOM APT?—Oarage. HO 2-3526. J2~ROOM furnished apt. Air" condl- i lloned. Cl. 4-2014. 166 Acton, Wood River afiei 5 p.m 2 ROOM APT.—Milton Area, t.'tlll- lies furnished. $12 per week. Phone- HO 2-S078 PAUL McGUIGGAN—Paper hang- Ing. Save money. HO 5-S764. 40 STORAGE — MOVING ACROSS THE STREET ACROSS THE NATION H. A. NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE 1621 Washington Ave. Dial HO 3-WS3 3 ROOM furnihhed apt. Utilities, private bath, entrance. Couple. 820 E. 6th. S ROOM furnished apt. Gat heat. Utilities, private bath, entrance. Couple. 820 E. 6th. 4 ROOM APT.—Furnished. Utilities furnished. First floor. 614 Alby. JK> 2-8078 r~R6OM~~MODE'RN TRAILER — Ideal for working couple. Adults only. 3423 Cilllham. AERO MAYFLOWER Sloan's Moving'* Storcgt Co. Exclusive Agent Local & Long Distance Moving Warehouse and Fenced Lot Storage Free Estimates - No Obligation Phone HO S-M87 — 39» «. Elm RENTALS SLEEPING ROOMS 2 MIDDLEAOED LADIES — Share room. 300 E. llth. Alton. Call HO 2-3579. ATTRACTIVE :i • ROOM APT. — Private entrance, private bath. Laundry fauliilos All Utilities fur- i ni»heil Adulu only. No pets CL *' 65< - _ __ _^ FOR RENT—2 furnished rooms, modern, private entrance Utilities furnished $10 week. Ea«t Alton. CL 4-2728. FURNISHED^ APT. — Also cheap basement apt. Utilities paid On bus Jine 1030 Union. HO 2-5970. NICl£ 2 ROOM furnished apt. AU utilities. 204 Henry. HO 5-7331. COOL sleeping room. Gentleman. Private entrance. Shower. 16. 4-1694. CL _.-_._..._ MODERN SLEEPING ROOM—For PART 11Mb rent. 1303 Washington, near indui- New concern needs 10 part-time tries. HO_5_-33IO. men work 2 hours In evenings No MOrjER N —'Private home, on "bus experience necessary^ $40_ week. |lne One Of , wo , adie , HO 5.9808. LOTS OR ACREAGE ON STANDARD TORCH CLUB RD. — HO 2-895J. 2 Lots, good 8 room house In Carrollton. Well located 3 Large lots. S room house In village. $3500. Less than '/• down 2 Lots. Good 4 room house. $1500. '/a down 80 Acres. 49 tillable. Springs. S room house, well, cistern, barn, good poultry house, garage and shop, hog shed . . . $8800. half down 127 Acres. Half tillable. Good 7 room home, outbuildings, city water. Only $11.000 60 Acres. Half tillable. 5 room house, barn, equipment Included for $8000. Half down 2 Acres. Oood 6 room house, poultry house, neur fishing $4900 Mi down. Many other properties. UNITED FARM AGENCY Carrollton, Illinois Marion Edwards. Rep. MISC. FOR SALE WOOD RIVER—Brushy Oroyt Addition. $595 down complete, 4-yr-old 3-bedroom home. Large corner lot. Natural gas heat. CtfMtoa, Youngstown Kitchen. Trl 74540. 3 ROOM HOUSE—Bath, full b.te< ment. On Long .venue. $500 down, $50 per month .13960 George Carpenter — HO «-M4» George Peterle Agency—HO 5-1539 MILTON AREA — For sale by owner: attractive 9-room brick; 3 bedrooms, full basement, gas heat, wall-to-wall carpet, aluminum storm windows and screens. 239 Alben St. MO 6-7827. NEW BRICK * STONE HOMES— Godfrey area. Full basements, at* tached garage, built-in electric kit* chens. Immediate possession. Will trade. HO 8-5526. After 8. HO 2-6688. 3 BEDROOM BRICK—Built-in oven and stove. 3811 Horn St. Smalt down payment. HO 5-5526. After 5, HO 2-6688. NORTH ROXANA—4 room frame. Full bath, basement, wired for itove, insulated, large garage, good location, $8700. CL BY OWNER—In Cottage Hills. 4 room modern house on H .ere lot. $7.200. Will sell contract for deed. $500 down. HO 2-9905. BY OWNER—Reducced for quick sale. Immediate possession. • room plus garage, ranch type brick. Aluminum doors. Wood River. CL 4-2726 or CL 4-2844. 3-BEDROOM MODERN HOUSE — Meadowbrook. Lot 100'xlSO'. Price $7,000. DU 4-9249. FOR SALE—3 bedroom brick home with garage. 514 Crestvlew, Kendall Hill. Wood River. CL 4-4840, CL 4-0633. NEW 3 BEDROOM BRICK—Rosewood Heights. HO 2-1767. FINEST QUALITY HOME FOR SALE—Solid brick. 3 bedrooms, tile bath, 14'x30' living room, fireplace, kitchen, dining room, hall, automatic heat, 9 closets, oak floors, full basement wit: laundry, .tool and shower. Large garage. 1MO sq. ft. living area, near schools, stores and SIU. YOU MUST SEB THIS EXCELLENT HOME. Call CL 4-9208 or HO 2-1442. 3 BEDROOM—Full basement, newly painted. Corner lot. Small down payment. Forrest Homes Area. HO 5-5526. After 5. HO 2-6688. ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — 2 nicely furnished rooms. Utilities, linens. utensils furnished. Laundry and lawn privileges. $14 week. CL 4-3037 MISC. FOR SALE "TUNE-UP SPECIAL" Regular $6.50 Vahw 55 • Check S olPEntlre Machine Inspect Motor Md Check Wiring for Safe Insulation • PLUS a cu of Oil «M Needles SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 218 STATE STREET Phone Howard 5-6313 McKINLEY AWNINGS and CANOPIES Enjoy Worm Phone HO 2-0576 HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. 706 .HILTON ROAD ALTON O H. Murray HO 5-1452: Kenny Maple HO 8-»40| FINANCIAL FINANCIAL $40 week. For interview call HO 5-4471. WANTED—Man 40-60 years old. with retail experience Must be in gocd health and '.villing to work lull- time employment. Write box IOHO e I Hey i anli CARL SETTLES _ the armed forces and their de- ~- ... , „ „/»»,-, i •.",-•; vt»Vc-— , j m i 1 he requisite affidavit having been I* HKLP WANI tu — H-.MALE pendents were summarupd. Tak- filed Notice , s hereby given you. noL'SFKrT PFR and ' baby" sitter SETTI.fcS. Defendant in the entitled ing part in the discussion were Paul Willet field diiec'tor Scott Air t'ait'c Base; Marjorie G. Bunker, St. Louis chapter correspondent; Jewell Dixon and lheabo Slay '"• »oov» ;— -^ H ° ' 69fa6 belwee " 5 ' 7 PJT1 - h_."KiT, commenced l^thi LADY VO TAKE OVER MOTHER- Circuit Court Ol Madison County 1 LhSfc HOME with 4 children. Illinois, by the said Plaintiff. MA- ; Would consider couple References S | P ' . MIE M. SETTLES, againtt you ' praying for divorce; that said suit ic numbered 60-C-Wt la Chancery, Robert C&smun, field represen- and u still pending. And that CARL iL-uuiivct Write Box 1030. care Alton tvening Telegraph LEGAL SECRETARY —Experience desirable but not necegbary. Write MODF'KN — Newly decorated tele phone & living room privileges Close in U:i Ii 5th M< 1 ROOM in nice home for lads' Kitchen .md Uiundry prhileges Ga- laUt; HO 5-7^L'0 NlfT. L.ARf/h KOOM with fan. Pri vate enirance 722 Alby HO 5-1590 BOOM— 'i blocks from downtown Wood River. Private entrance. CL 4-.'JB47. INC, ROOMS—$850 we«tt. In- tludet use of physical facilities. YMCA. 2 W. Third St. WOOD RIVER — 48 West Acton. Nicely furnished efficiency apt. Close to downtown and bus. AU utilities furnished. $65 month. To inspect dial CL 4-8284 or CL 4-3893 I WOOD RIVER AIR-CONDITIONED—One room ef- i ficiency With kitchenette & tile bath C'otnplt-.ely luinisliod. includ-, 1 ing uublu-i. iliyii & bll uiilltiet). | Call I I. 4 1004 01 Cl. 43831 , WOOD RIVER—Well furnished apt. i 1 Living room, bedroom kitchenette, dlneite buth. garage optional ; I iKhib uaiei and heat furnisred Diul < L 4-3HJH 01 Cl. 4 7748. ROOM AND BOARD tatives. by TDTu bac S at^ n ' endarU l§ '° b<> ierV * d BOX J°J 0 tare Tel «'"Ph _ _ FdTTMEN-Nlce clean, cool rooms Luncheon was served by mem- ! OLDER WOMAN to share mv home Good meals, close - in. 62« Alby. Now therefore unie»s you CARI. '47 HOUSbS FOB R_6N_I_ __ 3 ROOM MODKRN— Full basement. phio street CL 46813 from 9-5^p.m. if ROOM" HOUSE for rent! All modern. CL 4-liil7. _ _ __ 3~LARGli ROOMS — Semi-modern. J* 5 _i H -^ 871 _ ___ _ 4 ROOM all modern house Full basement, automatic heat. HO " nd care f " r 5 xedr old daughter Alton. , f L A u ii/ j n' P»OW inercfore unj^^b you l*Ani en»« r.aic r-.i • - _ ^ oers ol tne Alton-Wood River SETTLES »aio Defendant, file your wlllle mother works write BOX ROOM i BCARD for men dote'to Canteen Service, supervised by Answer to the Complaint or other i »*0 caie leiegraph M, t i,h« A u,.uk A ^ n - *'*• appear In said suit ID tbe s*Wi PART TIME OFFICE WORK—Ex Mlb. John A. Hubbard, Chair-'Circuit Court of Madison County immediately following 'H'.no'' °» or before July U. man. default may be entered against you, luncheon, highlights of the 1960 a" any time alter that date, end e 1 CANTED - A:ll ,. a1l . 0 , l ;. nLdH *, 0 ?, 1 , . *}$ American Red Cross National; convention, held last month in City, weie teviewed. A %«ekly air iervace—the firtt— will connect Calcutta with Port Blair, in India's Andaman blandi in ttw Bay of Bengal. Dated this Ut day of June, AD oil refineries and bus line Good meais Modern_home CL 4 2080 penence nece^.s^ry Write Box 980. pt-ssiO^NERS a^nd Soriai Security fare Alton Lvening Telegraph __ Good mea ij, st;ue and city license Maiy Stanl 1414 Milton, Anuo HO 2-3675. Secur PATIENTS—Private. Social ity and pensioner* HO EUGENE BEROHOFF Circuit Clerk Pro Itmpott THOMAS ft MOTTAZ Attorneys for Plaintiff 307 Heary Street 41toa, Ulitoa. STEADY JOBS SAL ARIliD POSITIONS HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS—Utl!ltle» paid Adult*. 112« E- 4tn street HO 2-3J68. I Plus rapid advancement to profit ONE ROOM EFFICIENCY — Fur- eharing pi'^i-.n; HO i 4-'»l far, niahed Aauln. 7UJ Washington rf. Aitoa. _ __ 5 "ROOM ITousE for rent. Water included M'> per month 302 S. Main at Koreck._Wood _Riyer. _ 5- ROOM ~AL"L" "MOD E RN"— ~Bdck \,.ia Childicn v. fitonic Apply 2814 Viewlaiid Allon Bl I HAl IO — 4 room modern Gaa he4t $8:Y Inquue 55 So 9th Rosewood Heights FOR RENT— 3 i oonT nouse.~l rnile eaat of Shipman HO 2 ljuyl. HARTFORD— Small 3 room "house . Modern. »50 CL 4-7408. ___ iN~8UNK"ER"HiLi — Home for larce family I roomi. I batbs. largs shady lot 'M minute drive to Alton, $75. CL 4-3&40 bctwedn »-$:30 P » 9f JU o-4t>W evening*. Wt have consolidated all of our bills into one easy monthly payment with BUDGET PUN HOW? Ph. HO 5-4201 ILLINOIS MUTUAL CREDIT ASSN. »ll 1C. BKOAIMVAY Uceiued and Bonded with th» State Of UUltoto EXTRA INCOME 40% to 40% oil Wltto a GENERAL ELECTRIC Ctlit Opinti, LAUNDRY Outstanding new 1MD Filter-fit Q, A itt» •ipociaUy dwigiux) fur haavy «•«. Utvation ittlttaace, itora dwifn and layout We Arrange |ftnaiu>inf Thru ti.K.C.0. at Vaur LULAJIUM* AVAJMStfi IM 0 AUOW f £A«1 AI.TUM 0 WOOB MlVfeB 0 »*»W4t»O • COUAUS HIUJI • OOOfMV • iu£ ANA 0 feUWABWiViLLe 0 JfcKOfcWtU.8. ' ' B I W OWN UUNDIIH Ml. •§•> H«w TCnpla l^in or WUI11C. fJO. Bo*

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