Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 6, 1960 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 6, 1960
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 19<iO roads lead to GREATER ALTON... MAtDIN WOOD RIVER ROXANA ARTFORD< IDWARDSVIUI Greater Alton merchants invite you to visit their stores. Whatever your needs, there are stores that can satisfy them. They are skilled in buying and stocking what their neighbors want. You'll lind a wide assortment of quality merchandise of every type. V Many local merchants art authorized dealers. They carry famous-name brand merchandise. Many carry their own brand merchandise that has been given public acceptance through the years. Between them you have the largest choice to select irom between St. Louis and Springfield, And ... YOU GET PERSONALIZED, NEIGHBORLY SERVICE. Retell Trade Promotion Committee GREATER ALTON ASSOCIATION OF COMMERCE i Largest Afefift World's largest amphitheater, Rome's Collosseum, was completed tn 80 A.D. Built by the Emperor Titus, it was opened with a blood bath of matches between gladiators and wild beasts. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Proposed Filing To the Patrons of the Illinois Bell Telephone Company: The Illinois Bell Telephone Company hereby Rives .notice to the public that It has filed with the Illinois Commerce Commission a proposed change In Its Telephone Local Exchange Tariff for the 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. All parties interested In this matter may obtain information with respect thereto either directly from this Company or by addressing the Secretary of the Illinois Commerce Commission at Springfield. Illinois. ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY By W. Y. POWELL, Manager June 29. July 6 Clyde Wiseman Hurts Foot in Pall From Tree WOKZ newscaster Clyde Wiseman, who is also a city councilman, today was off work, nurs- Inj- a sprained left foot incurred in a fall from a tree at his home, 716 Union St. In response to a query from a friend at the Telegraph, Wiseman related that he had climbed a tree in his backyard to loosen some limbs lodged there after l.'nemen had sawed them off toj free wires in the aftermath of; Thursday's storm. "I sawed through a limb holding up a 'log jam' and the whole works started to fall on me," Wiseman said. "I pushed the limbs off my chest with one hand while hanging onto a limb of a tree next to the one I had climbed. "Then my hand slipped out of my glove and I fell eight or 10 feet to the sidewalk, landing with all my weight on my left] heel. ! "When I was hanging there in that predicament, I couldn't help but laugh — it seemed so ridiculous." Financial Report Approved at East Alton Board Meeting EAST ALTON - A financial re- oort for the fiscal year, May 1, 1959 to April 30, 1960, was approved by the East Alton village board on Tuesday night. The report was given with the exclusion of the garabage fund receipts and disbursements. Grand totals of! all funds will be given in he annual audit report. It was reported that the cash Balance in the general fund was (8,969.36, and'the special corporate fund's cash balance was $81,288.97. The cash balance in the water fund totaled $34,954.46. The board plans to study the jarbage ordinance for revisal. A letter of commendation will be vritten for the street commissioner and employes for working over the lolidays. Monthly bills were approved at $7,941.17. Two St. Louis Players Named to Cup Team SAN FRANCISCO,!*) — Two it. Louis tennis players' were among the four members named Tuesday to the U.S. squad that will face Canada on July 15 in Davis Cup play. Jame B. Moffet, chairman, 'said the selection committee has t named Earl Buchholz and Charles ] McKinley of St. Louis, Bernard JBartzenof Dallas, Tex., and Barry MacKay of Dayton, Ohio. Buchholz and MacKay were members of the team that lost in the Davis Cup finals to Australia last year. Kokomo Hurler Almost I FRANKLIN LODGE-NO. M.^F. i July 7. reflnishlng woodwork. Come Pitrlipc l\ln.Hittj»r I prepared. 7 p.m. or earlier. i limes iio-jHiier i v v H. L. wiison. w. M. KOKOMO, Ind. (AP) - Kokomo j righthander Del Walker camej within one pitch of a no-hitter i Tuesday night in hurling a 6-0 shutout over Decatur in a Midwest League baseball game. Walker, who struck out. 16 and walked 5, had two outs in the ninth and a 1-2 count on center- fielder Jim Hooker who hit the i next pitch for a double. Walker] retired the next man to preserve j his shutout. ANNOUNCEMENTS II NOttCE* febLK WEDDING-PAPER PLATEi —White cops, plastic forks end spoons pnncn bowl rental; tm- print napkins. „_ BAXTER D!ST. CO 5S4 E. Broadway. HO 5-9347 NOTICE—Thomas Sanders will haul limbs and rubbish of any kind. Dial HO 2-1846. RIDERS JlA ^_ ___ RIDE WANTED from Alton to Grand avenue near St. Louis university, 8 to 5. FR 2-3M7. EMPLOYMENT 17 HEt.P WANTED — MALE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Education of School District No. 8 In the County of Madison State of Illinois, that a tentative budget for said School District for the fiscal year beginning July I, 1960 will be on file and conveniently available to public Inspection at Superintendent's Office from and after 8:00 o'clock A. M.. on the 5th day of July, I960, at Bethalto, Illinois In this School District. Notice Is further hereby given that a public hearing on said budget will be held at 8:00 o'clock A. M.. on the 6th day of August, 1960, at Superintendent's Office In this School District No. 8. Dated this 30th day of June. 1960. BOARD OF EDUCATION Of School District No. 8 In the County of Madison, State of Illinois. By HAROLD ALBEN. Secretary IN MEMOR1AM IN LOVING MEMORY—Of George W. Clayton who died one year ago today: All his trials and conflicts o'er. Lo. he dwells with Christ above. Oh, what glories he's discovered, In the Savior whom he loved. Sadly missed by all Who knew and loved him IN LOVING MEMORY OF Ervln Canady. who passed away 3 years ago today, July 5. 1957. Just when his days seemed brightest, Just when his hopes seemed best, God called him from amongst u* To his eternal rest. Sadly missed, put God know* best. Wife. Daughter & Family. IN LOVING MEMORY—Of our husband and father. George W. Clayton, who passed away one year ago today. July 6. 1959: One year ago today Since God called you far away. To that beautiful heavenly throne. And the place you now call home. From all suffering, pain, you rest. And we know God thought It best. Yet we miss you. love you still. In our hearts we always will. Sadly missed by Wife and Children. PERSONALS ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS - Help for the problem drinker. P. O. Box 185. East Alton, or CL 4-9278 or CL 4-8305. SOCIETIES and LODGES WOOD RIVER LODGE NO. Wed July 6, stated meeting, business. Visiting brethren welcome. CLARENCE ANSELL. W.M. !• LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN Baseball Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League I Vancouver 6, Spokane 5 12 innings Seattle 4-U. Portland 1-3 Sacramento 8, Salt Lake 3 San Diego 4, Tacoma 3 International League Montreal 7, Rochester 2 Buffalo 8, Toronto 2 Richmond 10, Miami 9 Columbus 8, Havana 1 American Atunn. Denver 6, St. Paul 0 Charleston 11, Indianapolis 1 Houston 6, Minneapolis 4 Louisville 7, Dallas-Fort Worth 5 FOUND —Prescription sun glasses, pink frames. Owner claim, pay for ad. HO 2-5489. LOST—Black and white toy terrier In Wood River area. 7 months old. Reward. CL 4-0897, LOST—Big white shaggy haired dog, shedding. Reward. HO 2-4740. LOST—Black and tan hound, male, about 7 years old. HO 5-60QI L LOST—Cherokee" boat off Piasu Creek in storm Wednesday evening. Joe Becker, R. R 1. Box 513, Granite City. TR 6-5262. LOST—Dog named "Val." Medium size, brown and white. Collar with Florissant Mo. tag. Reward. University 4-7924. MAN now employed. Car, seeking opening to better himself. No experience necessary. We will assist Only men interested In over $125 per week need apply F,dwardsvllle 3575. "~NOftCE OF CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION PROBATIONARY PATROLMAN— Starting Salary. *400 per mo. Must be 21 years of age and not y«t 35. Citizen of U.S. and resident of Alton. High School graduate or equivalent. Illinois driver's license. Good credit rating. Minimum height 5'9": maximum 6' 4". Minimum weight 180 ibs. Maximum 235 Ibs. vision not impaired more than 20/100, correctable to 20/20. Secure applications from Civil Service Office, Room 204A. City Hall, between 11:00 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday. Wednesday or Friday Written examination scheduled for July 13. 1960, 1:00 p.m. City Hall. D. KOPPENHAVER, Chairman Civil Service Commission SALES~R"E PRES E NTATIV §—some college. Accountant, traffic man. credit man. body man, Insurance agent, engineers. Others $600 mo. AMERICAN EMPLOYMENT 205 Plasa EMPLOYMENT DAY WORK—Wlfh reference "" 5-743W. EXPERIENCED "baby sitter. W" rk day or evening. HO 5-J252 HOUSEWORK or b«by sittini! f ' n11 HO S-8522. IRONINGS and men's laundry *•*• perlenced ft reasonable HO s-fl.wi IRONINGS WANTED —Reasonable and experience. Can give references. Phone CL 4-7943. REUABLE BABY SITTER - " Bve experience; also will do Ironings in home. Call HO 5-9237. WANTED—Baby" sitting or light housework by young woman, no 5-6822. 20 SALESMRfiT SALESMEN FULL or PART TIME — MEN'S CLOTHING — Experience preferred Join America's Largest Retail Clothing Chain WE OFFER: 4 Fine progression wage scalt * Paid Vacations •k Liberal Sales Incentive Earnings Plan * Paid sick leave * Generous employe discounts Apply to ROBERT HALL CLOTHES 2821» GODFREY ROAD GODFREY. ILLINOIS BOYS, VETS—I 8 to 26 FREE TO TRAVEL—Calif., Hawaii & return. Expenses paid. MO per wk.. drawing acct. Apply Mr Benson. Hotel Stratford. Thurs.. and Frl.. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. CAREER OPPORTUNITY AGE 21-35 For high-caliber men to enter professional sales field. Complete training program at full weekly salary, with bonus added for incentive efforts. You mutt have a car and be free to travel Monday through Friday, home weekends. We hande the fourth highest necessity on the Mies market and are one of the top rated companies In Its field SALARY $105.00 per week —PLUS BONUS For Persona) Interview See: MR. RICKFORDS 3 P. M. to 8 P. M. Wednesday. July 8th STRATFORD HOTEL Alton. Illinois. FINANCIAL TAXI DRIVERS-J-Apply In person only. Ham & Merv Taxi Co. WANTED — Reliable personf male & female. Nice appearance Tavern work. Living quarters furnished. Contact: Strader's Tavern. Plainview. Hl.__ _ WANTElS-Young man with some automotive knowledge to learn auto parts business. Cleaning wilt be part t>f duties. Al Renken Auto Parts. 1100-02 East Broadway. is HELP WANTED — FEMALE REGISTERED NUR6E — Part time office work. Written application to Dr. Harry Mantz. 604 E. Bdwy. No phone calls, please. SALESWOMEN — 30 - 65. excellent earnings. Call AVON. HO 2-4278. STENOGRAPHER—Part time office work. Wrltlen application to Dr. Harry Mantz. 604 E. Bdwy. No phone 'calls. M BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SALE^J7~LEASE— Restaurant. Open 24 hours Doing good business Good location for drive In. Write Box 1140. care Alton Evening Telf- graph SMALL BUSINESS FOR SALE — $1000 profit 2 hours duy required. Good buslnes for high school or college student. HO 3-3452^ $150"WILL"BUY our established business and equipment. In good location with parking space Store completely Mocked with Items on consignment. Call at 1114 North Mnln. Edwardsvllle. Hours 9-5. PERSONAL SERVICE SO DRESSMAKING—TAILORING CUSTOM[" MADE SLl'P COVERS — Work guaranteed. Mrs. Homer Hale. HO 6-2533. . CUSTOM UPHOLSTERING — Slipcovers, drapes. HO 2-8984. LADIES & CHILDREN'S dresses. drapes, double breasted suits made single. CL 4-3676. LAUNDERING 31 _ IRONINGS and men's bundle*, reasonable and experienced. HO 5-5259 BUSINESS SERVICE 12 BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS ACCOMMODATING ALL AREAS HAMPSEY'S SEWER SERVICE HO 5-1012 —CL 4-0513 24 hour service. Work guaranteed. Insured. We clean. Install, repair sewers, septic tanks, cesspools. Field drains. WANTED—Baby sitter. 5 days. One child. HO_5-2897. WANTED — Part time white baby sitter: reliable. HO 2-3473 WANTED — Reliable baby sitter. Days. Must have transportation. CL 4-1307. WANTED—2 ladies for special work in Stanley. Dial HO_5-8273. WHITE, mlddleaged lady to care for 5 month old boy. References. DU 4-8196. Call after 5 p.m. IB HELP WTD.—Male * Female WANTED — Laboratory technician, room clerk, collector, communications equipment salesman, hotel maid. cook, nurses aid. alterer. truck and boat mechanic, carpet layer, trainee, housekeepers, stay or go. Apply in person. Illinois State Employment Service. 87 Henry. Alton.____ WANTED: Graduate professional nurses for general staff duly. All shifts available, no rotation. Attractive salary with automatic Increases: chances for advancement good. Differential for evening and night duty: time and one-half for overtime. Liberal personnel policies—five day. forty hour week. One meal and laundry allowed In addition to salary. Air conditioned hospital. Apply Director of Nurses. Missouri Pacific Employes' Hoapl- tal. 1755 So Grand Blvd.. St. Louis 4, Mo. ISA SALESLADIES GIRLS —GIRLS 18-24. FREE TO TRAVEL—Calif.. Hawaii and return. Expenses paid. $80 per wk., drawing acct. Excellent opportunity for career minded girls. Apply Mr. Benson. Hotel Stratford, Thurs. & Frl., 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ATTENTION! Home owners, place i your furnace cleaning order NOW. I Benefit from our economy rate. CL I 4-9450 — CL 4-8717. FURNACE CARE CO OP ILLINOIS BOTTLE~GA~S HOOKUP — Original bottlemis equipment and bottles: also bulk Skelgas. JIM JONES. HO 2 : 276J5. CARPET—First quality, low price. 1960 patterns. Wool. Nylon, Aero- Ian Free estimates. Select from samples or large rolls from Wholesale House. MADISON COUNTY CARPET R. 4 Edwardsvllle, 111. ; _ ATlantlc 8-7371 ! CUNNINGHAM —Painting. Interior, exterior. Patch plastering. Small repair*. Reasonable prices. In! sured HO 2-5429. CUSTOM TRACTOR~WORk—Grad- IRR. leveling, yards, drives, «tc. J>hlMp Chinn._HO 6-2518. _ FO'R YOUR HEATING" AND AIR CONDITIONING NEEDS — CALL AJAX HEATING & AIR CONDI•HONING. CL 9-2011. HO 5-2701. FURNACE CLEANING G 1 L J- E . NW J A I15' HO 5-8308. HARR'IS'"TREE SERVICE — Power spraying by state licensed operator. Tree work. HO 2-0811. HO 5-8587. INTERIOR and exterior painting. Work guaranteed. Reasonable. Fret estimate. CL 4-7694. j It H~TREE SERVICE Fully Insured. Power equipment. _ CL 9-6870 ___ LAWN" MOWERS "SHARPENED—«n Spring. LET ME~HAUL"Tf—UGHT TRUCKING. ODD JOBS. ROBERT GASKILL, HO 2-1560. 21 SITUATIONS WTD : — MALE | WANTED— Permanent employment ; as custodian or service station attendant: experienced. CL 4-7973. POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED—SHARPENED ALL MAKES Complete stock Toro Kut Kwlck mowers, garden tillers. Used • mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. HO 2-7326 LOST— Liver and white female, lemon and white male pointers. HO 6-3765. ___________ LOST— Liver and white female, lemon and white male pointers, I.J 22 SITUATIONS WI'P.— FliMAtfc high school HO 2-4641. — Coored senior. Patricia Kirk. TREES CUT UP. Reasonable, with chain saw._CL j>-6971. _____ VAN'S RE FRIGE RATION SERV ICE — We service any make re: frigerator or freezer. Phone HO 5-1651. ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS Billiards Nobody knows where the game of billiards originated. Some trace the game back to Ancient Greece or early Egyptian days. The game was played in England and France as early as the 1300s. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Education of School District No. 13 In the County of Madison. State of Illinois, that a tentative budget for said school district for the fiscal year beginning July I. I960, will be on file and conveniently available to public Inspection at Junior High School Office from and after 6 o'clock A. M.. on the 6th day of July, 1800. at E»»t Alton. Illinoit in thU School District. Notice U further hereby given that a public hearing on »ald budget will E* held it TIM o'clock f. M. on the «th day of Aufuit. 1Mb. at Junior High School. E"a»t Alton, in this gcEool District Nfi. 13. Dated. thU «tb day of June. I860. Board of Education of School District No. 13. in the County of Madl- ion, SWte of Illinois. By WAYNS JBNWNGS, Secretary. July ». 6,7 _ _ ____ STRAYED — Beagle hound pup, i black, brown w^_whlte._HO _2-39«l. j STRAYED— Large yellow and white. tomcat. Missing 3 weeks. Reward. ; Milton Area. Ph. HO 2-5081^ _ i ml HAIRED TERRIER — Dow vicinity. Jerseyvllle 2957-R11, 11 NOTICES BRUSH CUTTING — By chain jaw. SAratoga 9-5530, Medora phone exchange. MISC. FOR SALE We repair and •trvlct all makts of Oil Furnacts Experienced and capable workmen. LANGEN OIL COMPANY Phone CL 4.3876 The Finest in ALUMINUM SIDING J Hevere £ K^vuolUi Alcoa * Kulncr "Wt Sell th» Bailor Uul" NO MUNKV DOWN 0% FHA Free AlUMA'UNE if AltM 8901 Maiu St. HO fi-4481 Keuuy Webb, Proprietor A [\ • BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME! t INCREASE ITS VALUE! Veneer With NATURAL STONE We use Native Indiana Machine faced, split faced or hand faced lime' stone and sandstone. Many beautiful colors to select from. Terms to fit your budget. Years to pay if desired. All work strictly Union. e FBSE ESTIMATES e NO OBLIGATION J. F, BARTON- Contractor P.O. Box MO'"Bd>i'urdii'llUi III, Call CoUaoil Edwardsvllle 8868. or 1818R No Job Too large or Too Smalll

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