Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 29, 1960 · Page 23
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 23

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^nnmmm*m***maHmm^iimmiiBam**f*mm**l*ii^i^mmtm Plane Lands in Storm, by Auto; 2 Hurt MAJIYVILLE, ffl. *-An pun |not TMdo e forced tend* iflK to A blinding reirntorffi on a railroad overpass on Highway 159 Tuesday night, but a car hit tfe» plane, Injuring both pilot add driver. The dfhrer of the ear, Edward KruptW, 27, of MiryvHfo, suf. feted > tertout head Injury. A passenger, Thomas Ackerman, If, of Maryvllle, differed a cut hand. Tb* pilot, 96-yeat-cW William L, Bo6t of VJncennea, ted., was treated at it. Mary's Hospital in SUftt St. Louis for a head cut and later released. A passenger in the plane, 0. B. Carroll, 64, of Vincennes had gotten out of the plane and Was attempting to flag Krupski's car as Bobe was taxiing the plane off the overpass. The accident occurred just north of Maryville. Bobe said the storm was violent, uproot* ing trees and knocking down power lines, and they decided to attempt the landing. "It was a miracle that we came out alive," Bobe related today at the Madison County sheriff's office in describing how he made a forced landing of the four-passenger Cessna plane. Bobe, his left arm lacerated when the plane was struck from the rear by an automobile which demolished the aircraft after the successful landing, said Carroll already had alighted from the plane and was attempting to direct traffic as he was trying to taxi the plane off the highway when Krupski's car struck the craft and sideswiped the other automobile. "It was clear when we left Belleville on our way back to Vlncennes, and then all of a sudden we were right in the midst of the storm," Bobe recalled. "At one time we were blovfa upside down and I knew I had to get the plane down." he related. The pilot told of skirting populated areas in the storm and then in lightning flashes noting the "Clover Leaf" intersection of Highway 159 over- passing U. S. 40 and making the landing at a speed of 100 miles an hour into the wind on the state highway. "We hit a signboard and avoided trees 'and power lines and I had the plane down on the highway and was almost off the pavement when the car struck from the rear," Bobe said. Bobe said he operates a Pizza restaurant, at Vincennes. . . Night deputies from the sheriff's office. Lee Moss of Cottage Hills and Donald L. Newman of Granite City,.were_dlspatch- ed to the spot where the plane landed at 10:50 p.m. Tuesday. Occupants of the two cars involved in the accident were taken to St. Mary's Hospital at East St. Louis for emergency treatment. Krupski remained at the hospital today. Ackerman was released after emergency treatment. Burned on Duty While in Korea /Pi WUl Submit Plan tor Election on District Bari* Word WAS received Tuesday that Ptc Basfl Maggart, 19, is in an Army hospital in Korea after suffer- in gsecond and third degree burns to 40 per cent of his body while burning grass while on duty. TJie son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Maggart, 303 Harriett St., lie attended Alton public gchools and entered the Army in September of 1958. It was reported that he will be hospitalized for some time. His wife, who resides in Cottage Hills with her parents, is the former Joann Hausman. Spanish Police Probe Mystery Bombs MADRID (API-Spanish police •re investigating the mysterious explosion of five incendiary bombs in trains and railroad •tations Monday. Some observers believed the bombings might be part of a campaign ol protest •gainst pottct handjinf ot priaoo- era. * Wisconsin producesi about"SO per cent of the cheese in the Halted States. Weather Bureau Forecast h Explained The U.S. Wtafhor Bureau Toetday forftemt fatr weather. Obviously it wasn't. At the 17. S. Weather Bureau station, St. Louis, George Bran* cato, meteorologist in Charge, toM the Telegraph that the error hi the forecast occurred because the Bureau failed to correctly estimate the extent of the southern edge ot the storm area. "We are doing the best we can with what we know," he explained. "We like to be perfectly honest. Meteorology is a science but in this instance it was very difficult to foresee that the storm area would extend thin way. "Earlier hi the day we fore- oast severe weather for Iowa and points north of here. From our charts we determined the mass was moving west to east on a straight line north of here. But late in the day it shifted and came 150 miles south. "Actually, the area here was on the south edge of the disturbance.' "When you get right down to it, it's a difficult thing to determine within 50-100 miles of where the edge of the weather is to be." Pogue Says Stevenson Still in Race DECATUR, HI. (AP) —An Illinois Democratic National Convention delegate who favors Adlai Stevenson as the party's presidential nominee said be believes Stevenson still is strongly in the race. Harold Pogue of Decatur told newsmen Tuesday he believes that Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass) is the front runner for the nomination. If Kennedy fails to win on the first three ballots, he predicted, the convention will turn to Stevenson. "The North will never accept Johnson," (Sen. Lyndon Johnson from Texas) Pogue said, "leaving a choice between Stevenson and Sen. Stuart Symington (D-Mo). "There is no question but that the convention would choose Stevenson over Symington," Pogue said. Pogue said he and delegate Charles H. Kelly of Monticlelo will vote for Stevenson and he expects four or five other votes among Illinois' 69 votes to be cast for the former Illinois governor. Pogue's remarks were hi sharp contrast to opinions expressed earlier in the day by delegate Paul Powell of Vienna, speaker of the Illinois House. Powell said, "I can't see Stevenson getting off the ground." Powell, a Symington backer, added that most of Stevenson's support is from "people you never heard of in politics." He said he believes that Symington has 18 to 20 votes and Stevenson at least two in the Illinois delegation. The rest, he said, probably will go to the candidate backed by Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago. Daley has not named bis choice but is reported to be leaning toward Kennedy. Torrential Rains Kill 18 hi India KDWARDSVTLLlVTwenty Jittdwn of the puree md st* otynstableB from over Midi son CVwnty partfdpafed in • ASCIIS* Rton meeting here at the Courthouse Tuesday night with the County Board of Supervisor*, legislation Committee to alt their views and recommtnda. tions for the election ot Justices and constables (text year on • 5 Stabbed To Death At Chicago CHICAGO (AP) -Smouldering shame and Jealousy burst into violence Tuesday, police said, and resulted in the fatal stabbing of a women, her male companion and the women's three young Hernandez, 35, was arrested hours later walking a near North Side street. Police reported he readily admitted the slayings, saying he was ashamed because hid former common-law wife left him for another man. The woman, Maria Hernandez, 5, was found dead of multiple stab wounds in her North Side apartment. The body of Julio Luyando Perez, 26, lay in a pool of blood in a nearby hallway. The woman's three children — children. A diswasher, Ralmundo Perez Anna Rosa, and Emma 2, Carmen Perez, 4, Gomez, 6 — were found dead on a bed in Hernandez' nearby apartment. All were fully domed and had been stabbed repeatedly. The death weapon, an 11-inch carving knife, was found tucked in Hernandez' belt when he was arrested. Police gave this account: Hernandez went to the apartment of his former common-law wife, picked up their three daughters and took them back to his apartment. There he put them to bed fully clothed and stabbed them while they slept He then returned to the other apartment and stabbed the chil- drens' mother to death. He encountered Perez as he left, inflicting fatal wounds in the ensuing struggle. Hernandez later visited with his mother briefly, stopped at a tavern, then returned to his own address and watched from across the street as police conducted an investigation of the childrens' slaying. He was arrested moments, later when a bystander told police he overheard Hernandez muttering something about killing someone. Police said Hernandez had been paying to support the'children and their mother and also had looked after Perez, who Hernandez said was a cousin, when Perez first came from Puerto Rico. Detectives said the admitted killer showed no remorse and, when asked why he did it, he said he didn't want the children living in shame and that they were better off dead. 2,393,409 CivOians On Federal Payrolls WASHINGTON (AP) — A congressional survey showed today 2,393,409 civilian workers on federal payrolls at the end of May. Woman, 90, Dies; Has 153 Descendants PAWTUCKET, R. I. (AP)-Carmelite Marcotte, 90, died Tuesday, leaving 10 children, 62 grandchildren and 81 great-grandchildren. dtatrttt basis dntief t mw MaW tow. Also mfjeWBf *f& «* during its twyfatjr Motion Ooonty GMrtt Euialta UNI nicfwrd Altai of OftVtftt ONy. a special investigator tor KM state's attorney's office. Upshot of thi meeting, after justices of the peace and oon* smbles had Men tffordid m opportunity to address the leg- Matton committee, was an agreement mat the Justice* Constables Association will name a delegation to submit K* recommendations as to the number ot districts to be set up over the county, the minimum ol justices and constables to tie elected next year In each and salary or expense allowances. Assurance was given by the legislation committee, which called the meeting, that no action would be taken by the county board to set up Justioe-con- stable districts or specify the number of officers to be elected in each—or to fix salary or expense allowances—until after any redlstricting of voting precincts over the county is concluded at the July 13 session of the board of supervisors. Permanent voter registration requirements will apply for election of the number of constables and justices of the peace yet to be determined tor election In the districts set up, with the election to be held on the same date as the regular township elections next spring. In the past, each township has been entitled to election ol five Justices of the peace and five constables at the regular township elections, with the officials receiving compensation from fees. Under the new program operative next year, justices of the peace'Will serve as county officers and receive salaries fixed by the board of supervisors, as well as expense allowances also determined by the board. At present Alton Township is the only one of the 24 in the county which has invoked requirement for permanent registration in a township election. BOMBAY (AP) Torrential rains bunt an irrigation reservoir in a village near Hyderabad city today, causing 18 deaths. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Report! Power Mower Stole* William Hunt of 5ft W. Delmar Ave. reported to police at 7 a.m. today the apparent theft overnight of a power mower from the rear yard at his home. He had last seen the mower in the yard about 8 p.m. Tuesday, he said. Lions Club Installs New Officers at Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE — Art Allen of Staunton, district Revived by Father Boy,5,KnoekedUncongcioug By Electric 'Worm Digger' oMHflfflS} Vf Mr LOCAL f ION* 01$ Sloan't MtvlM"* Store*• Ct Una tSif LOST IM DOWNTO^fl ARBA — Round pin of piftk ana .jmlw stones: told. Rtwafd. HO e-3488. CjfSTOM MADE SLTP Wor* tuaranteed. Mr*. Rale HO M8S8. -~3 blocks frotn downtown River. Private entrance. CL on Iensle ward, l" ROOM MODERN — UtBfllW for lifted. Adults. 3«l« Yaf«r. HO itBBPfNO ROOM tor rent tieman. »T« E. 8th street. H BULK WEDDINO »AP«ft PLATES —White cups. Plastic fcrts and spoons, unch bowl rental; Itn 3 AND 3 ROOM SLEEPING ROOM—clean .and wei fttpfliihftd. tiMr iMtb Md wifiafUM SLEBPmo ROOM wtth Wtflwn aad IAM*. mo sttioVlng or nttlnt). 41P Mad ftoflMS A BAtH-Aji qttaiHM tja nthed. flfl week. HO 3.1382. 201 FOR MEN—Nice dean, cool rooms in. Ml FtjRNISHllft-Adok, ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES MASTER IN CHANCERY SALE STATE OF ILLINOIS ) COUNTY OP MADISON ) ANTHONY W. DALY Master In Chancery of Madison County. Illinois CIRCUIT COURT OF MADISON COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. eo-c-eo EDGAR R, KELLY, Trustee ) in Bankruptcy of the Es- ) tate of ROSS LEE BENNETT, > Bankrupt, ) Plaintiff, ) vs. > LAVINA MAE BENNETT. ) CITIIZENS SAVINGS, and ) LOAN ASSOCIATION, an ) Illinois Corporation, THOM- ) AS KIRK. ROSEMARY KIRK, ) RALPH MITCHELL and ) JEANNIE MITCHELL, ) Defendants. ) NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE Public notice Is hereby given tha in pursuance of a decree made ant entered by the said Court In the above entitled cause on the 13th day of June. 1960, I, ANTHONY W DALY. Master in Chancery of the Circuit Court of Madison County Illinois, will on the 6th day of July 1060 at the hour the afternoon Street in the of Madison of 3-/00 o'clock in 1ST, at «07 Stowei of Alton, County tte of Illinois sel to the highest and best bidder for cash all and singular the following described premises and real estate In the said decree mentioned sltuat ed in the County of Madison and State of Illinois, to-wlt: Lot Number Eleven (11) In Block Number Four (4) Ip . CURDIE HEIGHTS, a Subdivision IP the Northwest Quarter of Section 17. Towatlilpjnve) North*. Range Nine West, of me Third Principal Meridian as the same appears In the Plat thereof recorded in the Re- ~~ 66 situated in tt»e_ icon and state of ANTHONY W. D. --Master in Chancery of ,the Circuit Court of Madison Couhty. Illinois. Edward D. Groshong, No. 7 WiUhtre Mall East Alton. Illinois Attorney for the Plaintiff. 6-15. 22, 29, I960 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Proposed Filing To the Patrons of the Illinois Bell Telephone Company: The Illinois Bell Telephone Company hereby gives notice to the public that it has filed with the Illinois commerce Commission a proposed change In its Telephone Local Exchange Tariff for me Alton Exchange which involves an extension of the base rate area. A copy of the proposed filing may be inspected by any Interested party at the business office of this Company at 401 Market Street. Alton, Illinois. in this EPWARPSVTUJS -A 5-year- Olri Edwardsville area boy was OOBvalescing at St. Joseph's Hospital at Highland today after • nairowing experience. CWM, MR of W*- «*d lira, tifPfMi Cm* fcbwtrz W-, east of viUe, was knocked unconscious |or h»U an hour alter be «eiwd «a aiBotric "worm -digging" gadget at hi* home Tuesday alter emerging wet from a plat- tic Tte worms used to force wrf*c« at the Into an «lftctrk outl«t by boys wjjan picJwd up at the "business end" by the youngster, relatives said today. The boy's father applied mouth -to- mouth resuscitation end artificial respiration to revive his son b«for« an imbalance arrived to move the boy to the hospital, t.h«r« he was reported conscious today bui still un4er treatment for fhoefe. Deputy Sheriff Josei* Gru««- enlelder was dispatched to the Cruse home in response to an tanrg«Bjcy «gU te tkP aawriU's office and « physician aliw was to attend the boy after ttst father'* dlortt to fawiv« aim, nor of the Illinois Lions Clubs, wai inattUini officer Tumday eveninf at the installation dinner of the Edwardsville Lions Club held in the Trinity Lutheran School auditorium. Guest speaker for the evening was Dr. Morris Pullin, executive secretary ol the Illinois Disciples of Christ from Bloomington, who spoke on "The Meaning of Service." New officers for the coming year are: Carl Brueggeman, president; Fred Rupel, first vice prtttiml; H*y Zoelzer, twcomd vie* prMJdjnt; Damon fom- B»r», third Vtot presideirt; Fred Cunninghjm, secretary; Earl Pickteslmer, treasurer; George Mateer, Lion tamer; Bill McConkey, taU aad Not} P. Lane, Roger Johnston and Elmer Jenne, Dave directors. Tom and Uoyd Scbwaw is retiring Want Ada "CLICK" All parties matter may ly from mis "company~or~ b~y _,. dressing the Secretary of the Illinois Commerce Commission at • Illinois. ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY By W. Y. POWELL, Manager June 3« July 6 MRS: LOUISE HESTER—we would like to take this means of thanking all our friends, relatives and neigh bors who were «o kind during our recent bereavement. Especially Rev. Edwin Grant, Marks Funeta Home, pallbearers, those who *ent cards, flowers, or assisted in a*y and every way. The Family »« )iNu» •ucrcuBSw HV Fieeper E Z X for relief. E Z X is for Ml at local drug counterg- f •OCTETIEtTM* UHsCET WOOD M> welcam*. CUtfeuBe F- A«MU. w. M. cent tin cans and tar 2-6333. . .~.~w..i *j n.f*\s**f «*v*-»—'BriQtii w stork shower, plates, cups, table cover favors, all in matching design, Crystal punch bowl * oups, candle holders, table center pieces, for rental party service, free wltt purchase at Plaza Parly Plaza Shopping Center. HO WANT TO BBNT MOVIB TOONS for the children's birthday party* See Foster's for brand new stock oTwait Dtsneys eartoons Poster's Drug »»•*• "Aitm'i Camera Headnu Broadway. H RIDERS—To St. touts from Wood River. East Alton. CL 4-5300 or CL 4.1784. .. ALL AREAS HAMPSEY'S SEWER SERVICE HO 8-1012 — CL 4.0813 24 hour service. Work guaranteed. Insured. We cleaa, install, repair •ewers, septic tanks, cesspools Field drains. ALUMINUM SIDING washed by cleaning detergent. Call Ben Alien for reasonable estimate. HO 5-1041 EDUCATIONAL ISA IB CAREER STUDENTS WANTED — Fly *• meet people. Crada- ates over li. under 35-fwh facts and photo to Airline Training. Lambert Airport dais. St. toufi. Mo. I? rifeif WAifltep•- I«ALB" MEN (5). not afraid to work to heist on rood route. $2.80. hour. Alton area. Evergreen 9-8S35. OF cnnL SERVICE BXAMtNATION PROBATIONARY PATROLMAN— Starting Salary, S400 per mo. Must be 31 years of ase and not yet 2S, Citizen of tj. S. and resident of Alton. High School graduate or equivalent, nilnols driver'* license. Good credit raring. Minimum height sMr: maximum •> 4". Minimum weight ISO IBS. Maximum 236 Ibs. vision not impaired .more than 20/100, correctable to 20/20. Secure applications from-Civil Service Of- flee, Room 204A, City Hall, between 11:00 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday, Wednesday or Friday. Written ex- amrnation scheduler for July 13, 1960, 1:00 p.m. City Hall. D. KOPPENHAVER, Chairman Civil Service Commission LET ME HAUL rT-LIJgHT'TRUCK INO. ODD JOBS. ROBERT OAS KILL, HO 3.18M. HELP „„„. snTBlU~R*om- and b/oard $2 day, Straight* days. Stay. Girls, age 4 - S. HO B-2473. MiDDLEAOBD white lady to care for two children In my home. Stay CL 4-8876. SALESWOMEN r 30 earnings. Caft.»VOI*.. WAITRESS WAWBD — Apply person at Bon Air. In WANTED — Mld<We_aied lady to babysit. 9-2573. light housework. CL WANTED—Experienced nurses aid: experienced only. HO a-9063. l» HELP WTD.~Mate •Female' AIR CAREERS SEE OUR AP UNDER CLASS 12A WANTED—Store manager for estab lished ladles' and children's specialty shop in Alton. Attractive sal ary. Party with experience preferred. Please reply stating qualifications, and background. All replies held confidential. Write Box 1080. care — WANTED—Man or woman to sell Rawleigh Products. See Chas. Miller, 466 Whltelaw. Wood River. CL 4-4203. WANTED—Industrial engineer, 21-35 with degree. Medical technician, colleqtor, communications eauip- ment salesman, alterer, hotel maid, room clerk, short order cook, nurses' aide, housekeeper (stay), truck and boat mechanic. Apply in person, Illinois State Employment Service. 87 Henry. Alton. WE ARE now taking applications for curb girls and waitresses. Also fry cook (male or female). No phone calls. Apply In person. Comet Drtvt in. 19A SALESLADIES Houfewivoi end Mothers part-time work. About S hours day or evening, two or three times per week. Average over S3 per hour. Use of car necessary. Phone TRInagle. 7-5903 or BRIdg* 4-1100 for appointment. SALESMEN ' SALESMAN "WANTED EXCLUSIVE CJGAR DISTRIBUTOR wants married man between 30 and 40 years. Must reside in city of Alton. 111. Travel total of 11 Mi counties, centered around Alton. 3 counties located to Missouri. Position coMists of selling Md deliver- Ing, exclusive, franchlsed cigar brands to retail trade. Must maintain small inventory at residence and be able to spend a minimum of 8 nights away from home in a 3-week perled. Earnings based M commission of grow sales, backed by guaranteed drawing account, In addition to all personal expenses paid by company. Company furnished WsMftatlon with all s*. i»ases paid Give complete remme including telephone number In flrrt letter Personal interview appointments will only be granted in response to written application letters Wm A. Stlokney Cigar Co.. 1031 Chomeau, St Louis 2, Missouri MEN WANTED Age 31 to V NATIONALLY KNOWN ORGANIZATION Will interview for a pewtioji na- ce(tli»ting a minimum of trave' Mondvv through Friday within 100 mile radius, borne weekends. We promise hard work and good pay. Salary o/ snore t«an wso.oou t*r month plus bonus to those ybo qualify. Must have A-l repuutfon and stand strict investigation. Sales ex- SfcfiSSHFSI views confidential. tit; MB, BJCKPOBUS • p.m W I pa- 5ARPET—First quality, low price 1980 patterns, Wool, Nylon, Aero tan. Free estimates, select -from samples or large rolls from Whole"'MADISON COUNTY CARPET R. 4 Edwardsville. 111. Atlantic 8-7371 CUNNING* exterior. Interior, tng, Small prkes. In FOR YOUR HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING NEEDS — CALL AJAX HEATINO ft AIR CONDI TIONINO. CL 9-JOH. HO 8-2T01. FURNACE CLEANING 6ILL6NWATER, HO 5-1301. HARRIS TRBE SERVICB r Power eprayjng by «ttte> licensed operat or, Tree work. HO 24111. HO s'tsv. JOHNSTON'S mobile welding ' ani cutting. Evening• - and Saturdays iWN MOWERS SHARPENEb-417 POWER LAWN MOWER REPAIRS . All Makes. Guaranteed Work 'W r ' RpAIR POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED—SHARPENED ALL MAKES Complete stock Torp Kut Kwlck mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3828 College. HO a-7«26 U BUILDING— CONTHACnNO Alert Home Owners insist On LoM«c HOME IMPROVEMENTS ALL CARPENTRY and pa:, Interior and exterior. Phone 2-7419. BLOCK* It CONCRETE WORK — Repair work. Free estimates. Ph HO S-6132. BLOCK, BRICK, stone, plaster, con crete. New construction. Remodel Ing. HO 2-9140. BOB WOODS — Cement contractor Union work. Free estimates. HO J.2938,JHpJ.7832. CARPENTER "WORK — Large or small. Free estimates, CL 4-8718 CARPENTER — R f o f I n g repair, block and concretl fork: exper- lenced ]Pree estimates. HO 2-4110 •CARPENTER" WORK ~ Roo«ng7 aiding, repairing, remodeling. No Job too small. CL 4-8044. COLLINS CABINET SHOP. Custom made cabinets. Work guaranteed Fre* estimates. Terry Drive. Alton HO 9-1407. DECORATING FLOOR SANDING And Reflnlshlng. For free estimates call E. Wetsteln. HO 8-1934. INTER16H aad exterior painting 25 years' experience. Joseph Pankey. CL 4-9068. __ INfERIOR-eXTEBIOR "deoojiiitlBii Patch plastering, removing will paper. No job too small. HO 2 _ ______ lNtERI&R7 exterior painting, decor PAINTING—Ineide and out. Smal jobs solicited. Dial Ct 4-6486. PAUL MeGOtGGAN-Poer naif- l»j. tove money. HO B47«4. • • • • • Telegraph Went Ads "CLICK 1 FINANCIAL 2 LtOHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS —Private entrance. W^jreek JTtjJ (ties furnished. HO S-OM6 5479 fi Broadway. . DOWNTOWN ARBA—8 modern for niihed light housekeeping rooms Utilities furnished. HO a-Olo*. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS—UflWiei paid Adults. 1491 B. 4th etreet no sr.swt. — FLA S ROOMS—Unfurnished. Llejtte and water furnished. Mft month. CL 4-OOS7. 3 ROOM irnlahed Private bath and entrance, Adults only 303A Lorena, wood River. 3 ROOMS—Bath, dinette, all Utll Hies. Ground floor. Private en Wance. M B. Elm. HO 2-8W3 after 3 p.m. 3 ROOM unfurnished apt Private entrance ft bath; all utilities paid CL 4-1003. 3 ROOM DOPLEJfc-Prlvate bath entrance. Water furnished. S4S. CL 4-3303. 8BOOM UB lege. HO 2*1 nlsbed apt. 3708 Col i for appointment. 3 LARGE ROOMS and bath. Prl vatt entrance, liae w. 9th. Alton a ROOMS—Heat water, A floor. IOT. WlnWer Apts., Alby ROOM AW.~Sem}-modern. Prl vat* bath. Reasonable rent. Adults 3 LARGE attractive rooms & bath Private entrance*, near St. Jo seph'a Hospital. Adults only. CL ROOMS—All utilities but electrl; rnished. North Alton. S70. HO .-,. .. . Evenings, HO 3 ROOM MODERN downstairs apt Heat and water furnished. $6R mo 308 Bluff, Alton. 3 ROOMS—dean, cool, downstairs Private entrances. Heat, water Adults. 844 Wear * apt. for reni „„ -rooMapt-prei ._. one, reasonable). 2 room furnished apt., Ideal fof one, Rea sonable. HO 3-1203. 3 ROOM unfurnished apt. Prlvat bath and entrance. Newly decor ated. Adults only. JOM E. 4th, 4 LARGE ROOM MODERN APT.- Orotjnd floor. Close In. 180 month CL 4-S36B. 4-ROOM BRICK bUPLB3i.-- UUllfi room, carport. IBS. Near Montlcell Plata. HO 6-394(1. 3 ROOMS—501 Bond—»«0. Bath Heat, water furnished. Adults. Ap ply Bristow, 302 Stata.. 9 ROOM APt.-Upper Alton. Prl vate entrances. Most utilities fur nlshed; some furnishings. Adults only. Reference required. (110 mo HO 5-6939. APARTMENTS—3 new apartmente for rant; no children. All modern kitchens. Call at 1108 Bast Bth St CLEAN APT. In North Alton, vate entrance and bath, al tlas furnished. 175. HO 2-3*' 1422% 6. 4TH Close to Glass Works — Just dec orated, a room 2nd floor unfisrnish ed apt Complete bath, hot and cold water furnished. Immediate possession. $40 month. HEMPHILL AGENCY Dial HP B.3BSJ—Evenings HO 3-13311 FOR COLORED — .1 room modern second floor apartment. Unfurntsh ed: Limit 2 children. Middletown on Harrison Street HO_8-(Mli83. _ 3 rooms and bath^ Stove, M frtgerator and utilities furnished $65 month. Working couple prefer red. HO 3-1896. fc 3 room apt, end bath. Het end nlshed. 130 month. Alton, 111. CL Private entrance cold water fur 896 Center. Rat _ HICK 3-HM. APARTMENTS — Newly decorated. Utilities fnr nlshed. HO B.%174. NOTRTH ALTON—3 room unfurnlsh ed apt. Phone HO 6.3712 afters. NORT'HTACfON—s room apartment Rooms nre very modem and large Lots of closet space. Front ant! back entrance. This Is newly dec orated and first class aU the way Heat fc water furnished. Adult only. 180. Dial HO 2-0085 or HO 3-0315. 3W" STATE -^ Small apartment upstairs, 830. HO 8-8918. ._ unfurnished o !, ta> month. Georgi >rd, III. TWO LARGE ROOMS—Newly dec orated. Private bath and entrance Off-street parking. Utilities furnish ed^ call HO 3 iJ67. FINANCIAL 3 LARGE ROOMS^-Private entrtno end bath, weotrlciw, •wsitiw nnd httt furnished. BOO s. Roxana. CL 4-3S09. trailer 4-ROOM — Beautiful modem Northern built: wann In winter cool In summer. Automatic no water teat. Garage. Adults only Glllham. 4 ROOM furnished upstairs apt . . air conditioner, heat .and water Centrally located. HO 2-1307. FOR RBNT-itwo . furnlshet apartments. 901 Dry and 803 Dry East Alton. $03 Park Lane. CL 4*0047. FOR HBKT--3 robin house. 348 George, E ' quire 303 Park Lane. FURNISHBD APT.—8.rooms, even thing furnished. Call CL 4-603 after 6 p.m. FURNISHED APARTMENTS 4M-room beautifully furnished ap Formal living room..wl^flrfiiDlaM master bidropm, lovtflr dlnlni room, modren hltehen, garage. N( children or nets. State stroejt. close to town. fi60 per month include heat and water. C. H. AUTEN ASENCY 24IS State. HO 5-1869 Evenings Please Call Mrs. H. H. Hewitt* HO 5-8733 Nltw BRIC* bachelor ehicienc apt. Beautifully furnished. H 2-1988. ...._.. REAL ESTATE SALE BUSINESS PROPIRTY FOR SALE BROADWAY ft MARKET STKBBTS 8 WEST BROADWAY 112 WEST BROADWAY 880 BBLLE STRBBT ROOM BWICIBNCy «. person. t7 week. HO TWO ROOM furnished apartment Prlvat* entrance and bath, electric pots and stove; utilities furnished. II weeks. CL 4-2188. WOOD RIVER — One Or a roam apartment, utilities, block downtown. CL 4-6847. WOOD RIVBR f 4§ West Acton. Nicely furnished efficiency apt. Close to downtown and bus. All utilities furnished, MB month. inspect dlel CL 4-8284 or CL 4 if—H6usES POK RENT" . ™ MODBRN--FU11 basamanl Ohio street, East Alton. CL 4-6813 9 to 5i HO 2-8817 after S. _____ 3-ROOM MODERN HOUSE—Adults preferred. CL 4-4889. 4-ROOM HOUSE—Unfurnished. All modern, close In. Nice for couple. HO 3-3684. 4-ROOM ALL MODERN HOUSE with double garage aad yard fenced. Close to Steel Mill. HO S-2803. 4 ROOM HOUSE for rent. Newly decorated. Nice for coupta, 3408 Badley. Call HO 2-2247 4tt ROOMS—Basement and garage. 8910 Oscar. $80 month. HO 5-8828. Evening, HO 2-6688. 6 ROOMS and bath. 304 McCaaland. Bast Alton. Walter Thiel, Rockbridge, 111. WI 2-3340. ALL MODERN HOUSE*-4 rooms * bath, garage, basement, gas., furnace, automatic hot water. Rodgers area. $118 mo. HO ATTRACTIVE THREE-RM. BRICK HOUSE — Adults only. No pets. Water furnished. CL J6642. FOR RENT—3 room' house near Bunker Hill. Basement, furnace, sun porch, nice lawn. *30 per month. JrUnlper B-4g36. FOR RENT—3 room house, semi- modern. So. Roxana. CL 4-9603. < to 4 p.m. ^____ GODFREY — Allendale Subdivision. Near Gllson Brown School. New bronze medallion 3-bedroom brick borne. Full basement, attached garage, large lot. House and garage plastered. Built-in O.E. range and oven. Beautiful blrcb cabinets. Automatic gas heat. Carpeted living room and dining area. Concrete drive and walk, immediate possession. Price $18,800. Can be handled for 10% down. Betnalto Lumber Co., 403 K. Prairie. DU 4-9131. Eve- nlnga DU 4-3261. DU 3-3871, LOVELY 3 room modern. Hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, cabinets, basement and garage. Adults only. CL 4 I 5303_ _______ ANNOUNCEMENTS EAST BROADWAY BUSINESS PROPERTY 60 FOOT ON EAST BROADWAY 80 FOOT ON EAST BROADWAY CLEM NOLL AGENCY REALTOR—HO 5-6621 87 FARMS «nd LAND «<e<f for^ to BUS, schools. er, water and, EST HOMES, I GAIN, CL 9-630*. tQTS OR ACREAGE ARD TORCH CLUJ 2-8953. LOTS—100' frontage on Rose>WQod Drive, off Westernpldt Small «5own payment with contract Call CL 4-4043. 190 DOWN —1» area. Large tot. Wflihlre sewer, w»ter. ..,..,, * REAL -9119 ~-C :-.:» 'ATS e monthly. ADDITION—Nice lot. suitable lor split level house, Iced right at , $1100 OEO. ROBERTSON—HO 3-MJ3 HEMPHILL AGENCY Eva., Sat. or Sun.. HO 2-MOS ROCK-GATE ESTATES LOTS • Choice • Large • Fire Hydrants J Curbe and Gutter* State Approved Sanitary Sewers. Restated J. AGENCY MAURICE WICKENHAUSER Realtor Phone HO 8-M14 MISC. FOR SALE POWER MOWERS Sold, Rented. Serviced, Repaired, Blades Sharpened. BIDDER'S 718 K. Broadway HO S-3413 LEI Gt'OKCl DO ALUMINUM SIDING CABINETS ROOM ADDITIONS • •••SJSI I Vautloi Cash till NOW! UTH »25 to '800 j Ye«, You can ukc your vacation i now and pay tor it later. Get the J y here for expemei, wheth. | 'e n awa or stain er you're going away or staying j V ^ff J l*v* • — f*«^»— Q —•-'•—/ — - ^---./--^ _ ! . . . whether for travel, auto, or i I clothes— or to paint, repair, and J {fix up around the place. i } You'll get quick sei vice on semi- J ! ble plans. Come in, phone or J 1 urite loriiamediat* information. { i See ui teeJoyt! i ———• , RD Tolegtwb Want Ads "CUCK" ••••••••* PIASA MOTOR FUEL 24 Hour laraf r 5«rrics> ninw BBI.TUM; HQ I.2SS1 IMPROVEMENT Diql H02- CANHAM HOME IMPROVEMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT So that your credit »Jand. ing remains high, dpn'r Ift bills 90 unpaid. Arrange with us for • personal lo*n —pay «ll these bills—artflj then repey the leen on « monthly basis. Prompt, iervi«e. WANTED-REGISTERED PHARMACIST WRITE BOX 1100 % TELEGRAPH Stett txperfenct, deilrtd,ete.

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