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Thursday, July 7, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Obituaries Mrs. Elsie Storms Mm. Elsie Worden Storms, Widow of Donald C. Storms Sr., tormrr works manager of West- em Cartridge Co.. died at 3:30 a.m. today in St. Anthony s Hospital. She was 61. Mrs. Storms, who resided al 803 Henry St.. entered the hospital two months ago, at the beginning of hor illness. Shp had been a resident of Alton area for 36 years, and ot thr- city for 31. With her husband shr came lie re from Sandusky. Ohio, where she was bum! April 2. 1899. She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs Ruhr?-) W. Worden. Airs. .Storms had been a member of First P r e s b y t p i i a n Church since coming to Alton and WHS active in women's organizations there. Her husband died Feb. 2], 1947. Surviving are a son. Donald C., of East Point, Ga., and two grandchildren, Mike and Nancy. The body is at Morrow-Quinn Mortuary, where friends may call after 5 p.m. today. Funeral services at 7:30 tonight, at the Mortuary, will be conducted by she also leaves two brothers, Robert and Roger Darr, and a sister. Mrs. Ida Russell. Carrollton. A son. Robert Logan, p-ereded her in death. Mrs. Logan was a member oi Pacific Union Church and belonged to Eldred American Legion Auxiliary. The body is at the Mehl Funeral Home, here, where friends may call after 2 p m., Friday. Rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday, in the funeral home, with the Rev. Darn-in Rolens officiating. In- torment will be in Stith Cemetery. Mrs. W. Prosser \V. Prosser, 56, a Altoii during early Mrs. W. resident of life, died on June 27 at her home in Buffalo, N.Y., according to word received from a sister. Mrs. Arthur Leitner of Griggsville. Mrs. Prosser was the former Thelma Smith, daughter of Mrs. Frank Smith of Pittsfield, and the late Mr. Smith. She is survived by her husband; a son. Philip; three daughters, Mrs. Joanne Succa, and Norma and Carol; her Dr. E. J. Vance, First Presby-jmother; a brother. Stephen R. terian pastor. After tonight's I Smith of Palm Springs, Calif., services, the and four sisters. Mrs. Leitner; body will be sent to Sandusky and will be at Lutz Funeral Mrs. Ada Shannon. Beaumont, Calif., Mrs. Ruby Harpster, Col- Home there until after services O rado Springs, Colo., and Mrs. at 10 a.m. Saturday. Burial willlBurnice Chase, Portland. Calif be in Oakland Cemetery at San-' Mrs. F. Heckman Neaa of Gniiwj Trading Slow. Prices Weak CHICAGO (AP)-Grain futures trade was slow and at mostly weak prices again today although it showed a little more resistance to selling pressure. Wheat and oats major fractions to were down a cent at times while other grains were slightly easier to mixed in the early afternoon. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 5 cars, corn 127, oats 6, rye none, barley 4. soy- Mans 4. CHICAGO (AP) —No wheat, or corn sales. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 75H. Soybeans No. 2 yellow 2.15»4. Soybean oil 8 7 gn. flferley: malting choice 1.15- 1.25n; feed 85-1.02n. High Low Gose Close Wheat Jiy 1.83% 1.82% 1.82% 1.83% Sep 1.85% 1.85 1.85U 1.86% Dec 1.91% 1.91% 1.91% 1.92 Mar 1.96% 1.96 1.96»/8 1.96% May 1.93% 1.95ii 1.95% 1.95% Mrs. Cora Logan CARROLLTON — Mrs. Cora Logan, 84, died at 8:45 p.m. Wednesday in Boyd Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient since Monday. A native of Greene County, she was born Aug. 7, 1875, a daughter of the late Mr. and She was Marshall Voiles, and following his death she was married to George Logan, who also preceded her in death. Children Funeral rites for Mrs. Fa'n- ! nie Heckman, 84,. widow of William Heckman, will be conducted Friday at 2 p.m., in Staten Chapel by the Rev. C. L. Gruver, pastor of Alton Gospel Tabernacle. Friends may call at the funeral home after Mrs. first William ,Darr. married to of her first mar- ^ p.m. 'Mrs. today. Heckman died Sunday in Riverview Nursing Home where she had been a patient for three and one-hplf years. Arrangements for (he funeral had been delayed while efforts wore being made to locate a daughter and a son, who are riage are: Mrs. Helen Woolsey,j in Florida on a vacation. St. Louis; Mrs. James Benner.| A native of Meadeville, Pa., Mrs. Heckman was born Sept. 19. 1875. She had resided .in Alton for the past 42 years. Three sons, two daughters, 10 grandchildren, and two great - grandchildren, survive lier. Corn Sep Dec Mai- May Oats Jiy Sep Dec Mai- May Eye Jiy Sep Dee Mai- 1.18 1.17% 1.18 1.17% 1.17% 1.17% 1.17% 1.17% 1.13% 1.13% 1.13% 1.13% 1.17% 1.17% 1.17% 1.17% 1.19% 1.19% 1.19% Livestock Price* At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, til. (AP)-(USDA)-Hogs 8.000; bulk 1-2 185-230 Ib barrows and gilts 18.00-25; 19-head tot mostly No. 1 200 IDS 18.50; bulk mixed grade 1-3 and 2-3 180-240 Ibs 17.50-18.00; 2-3 240-260 Ibs 17.00-75; some 1-3 240 Ibs 18,00; small lots 2-3 260-310 Ibs 16.00-17.25; mixed grade 150170 Ibs 15.75-16.75; 120-140 Ibs 13.25-15.50; 1-3 sows 400 Ibs down 14.75-15.75; over 400 Ibs 13.2614.50; boars over 250 Ibs 10.90-75, lighter weights 12.00, few 12.25. Cattle 1.100; calves 300: mostly small lots steers and heifers and few loads good and choice 24.00-1 26.15; mixed yearlings up to 25.25; few standard and low good 21.50-1 22.00; nearly 2 loads fat, locally bred brahma steers 22.00; 'utility and commercial cows 15.50-16.50, moderate showing 17.00; cariners and cutters 13.00-15.50; utility and commercial bulls 18.00-19.50; lew high choice and prime vealers 28.00; good and choice 24.00-27.00; standard and low good 20.0023.00; good and choice 250-500 Ib slaughter calves 21.00-25.00. Sheep 800; good and choice lots 19.00-22.00; few choice and prime 22.50; utility and good 15.00-18.00; culls down to 10.00. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL WOTtCEl 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 ttlHiMi. that a tentative budget for said school district for the fiscal yeat beginning July 1. 1960. will be on file and conveniently available to public inspection at Junior High School Office from and after 9 o'clock A. M.. on the 6th day of July, 1960, at East Alton, Illinois in this School District. Notice is further hereby given that a public hearing on said budget will be held at 7:30 o'clock P. M. on the i fust, East I960, at Junior Alton. In this ANNOUNCEMENTS HA HtDEftS RIDE WANTED from Alton » Grand avenue n«ar St. Louis University, 8 to S. FR 2-3M7. EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE ACCOUNTANT—Traffic man, field representative, body man. farm help, engineers. Others $680 mo. American Employment, 208 Plasa. .70% .70% .73V* .75 .73',a .70 .69% .72?; .74Va .7314 .70 .72T 8 .70 3 g .70% .73ii .7514 .74 Netvs of Stocks Recovery Is Selective 8th day of Au High School, ... School District No. 13. bated this 6th day of June. 1960. Board of Education of School District No. 1?. In the County of Madl-| son. State of Illinois. , By WAYNE JENNINGS.! Secretary. July 5. 6. 7 MAN now employed. Car. seeking opening to better himself. No experience necessary, we will assist. Only men interested in over 1128 per week need apply. Edwardsvllle 3575. 1.18H 1.17Mi 1.17% 1.17% 1.20 1.19% 1.19% 1.19% 1.23% 1.22% 1.23i; 1.23% 1.25 3 * 1.25U 1.25% Eldred: Mrs. Lee Freer, Greenfield, and John and William Voiles, Carrollton. Surviving children of her second marriage are: Mrs. Harlan Shannon and Mrs. Lawrence Coster, Carrollton, and Mrs. Robert Chevalley, Alton. BETHA1/TO WILLIAM C. HEEKK& 2:00 P.M. Saturday Zion Lutheran Church Bethallo Indian States are being asked j establish colleges of catering on the theory that as urbanization increases, more and more people will eat out, New Delh reports. OUT FLOWERS Floral Arranfimints Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association LEO WILLIS, SR. LEO WILLIS, JR. Alton Floral Phone HO 3-4111 Evenings HO 6-3617 May 1.25% 1.25V 2 1.25Va 1.26 Soybeans Jiy 2.12% 2.UU 2.12% 2.12 Sep 2.12% 2.11^ 2.12% 2.U«4 Nov 2.11^ 2.10% 2.10% 2.10Mi Jan 2.15 2.14% 2.15 2.14% Mar 2.18% 2.17^ 2.18% 2.17% Auto Collides With Parked Boxcar An automobile ran into a parked boxcar at Sixth and Pi»sa streets at 10 p.m. Wednesday, police were informed. • Arthur W. Hampton, 40, of 705 Glass St., told police he was turning off Sixth street south onto Piasa and was dazzled by ights on oncoming cars. His ;ar hit the step of a boxcar parked on the GM & O siding on 'iasa. The boxcar step was bent and damage was reported to the left iront fender and hood of Hampton's car, police said. Mrs. Gladys Riddle's Rites Held Wednesday NEW YORK (APi—Steels, rails, utilities, and nonferrous metals made progress as the stock market made a selective recovery late this afternoon. Trading picked up. Volume for the day was estimated at 3,000,000 shares compared with 2,970,000 Wednesday. Key stocks rose from fractions to a point or more. A minority of losers showed about the same spread. Strong rebounds were made by some of the electronics and other recent trading favorites which were struck by sharp profit tak- PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice Is hereby given that the VILLAGE OF BETHALTO proposes to lease real estate owned by the VILLAGE OF BETHALTO more particularly described as follows, to-wlt: Beginning on the North line of the tract of land described In a deed from the CLEVELAND, CINCINNATI. CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS RAILROAD COMPANY, et ft); to the VILLAGE OF BETHALTO dated December 26. 19B8 and recorded In Book 1927 Page 230 In the Recorder's Office of Madison County, Illinois, designated "Bethalto Park" which point Is 40 feet West of the East line of said tract; measured at right angles therefrom: thence continue West along the North line of said tract for a distance of 400 feet: thence South parallel with the East line of said BETHALTO PARK property to the North line of the [present NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM RAILROAD right of way: ! thence East along the North line of I said right of way to a point which | is 40 feet West of the East line of i said BETHALTO PARK property measured at right angles therefrom: thence North parallel with and 40 feet equal distance from the East line of said BETHALTO PARK property, to the point of beginning situated In VILLAGE OF BETHALTO, MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS. Said property Is now used as part ing Wednesday, ments recouped Texas about Instru- half of Wednesday's ISla-point loss. Universal Match and Polaroid won back about 3 points apiece. gain of more than a point by Jones & Laughlin was outstanding among the top steels, others of which made fractional gains. Chrysler, responding to a glowing sales report, rose about a point while other motors were unchanged to slightly higher. U.S. government bonds were mixed. Corporate bonds remained on the upside. Brokers saw the performance as a technical recovery. The market was higher from the start and gradually widened gains as turn- ever got faster. ropertj ETHA' Of the BETHALTO PARK and Is In excess of the present needs. The term of said lease shall be forty years with an option to renew for an additional twenty years. The Lessee shall use the same for swimming pool and other recreational purposes with appurtenant facilities and conveniences and subject to other terms and conditions of Ordinance No. 320 passed and approved .Tune 25th, 1960. The Lessee shall be a Not-For- Profit corporation organized under the laws of the State of Illinois for the purpose of maintaining and operating recreation facilities. Bids will be opened and considered at the regular meeting of the President and board of Trustees of the VILLAGE OF BETHALTO to be held August 1, I960 at the hour of 7:00 p.m. in the Village Hall. Bethalto. Illinois. tf Dated June 25th. 1960. " 3~ MEN "WANTED For local positions to sell and service our appliances. Car helpful. Write Employment Manager, 814 Illinois Ave.. E. St. Louis, 111. NOTICE OF CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION PROBATIONARY PATROLMAN— Starting Salary. $400 per mo. Must be 21 years of age and not yet 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 150 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 Half. D. KOPPENMAVER. Chairman Civil Service Commission BUSINESS SERVICE ACCOMMODATINO AU AREA* HAMPSEY'S SEWIR SERVICE HOS.IOI2 — CL 4-0513 24 hear ftetvice. Work guaranteed, insored. we clean, install, repair tank*, omapoois. ATTENTION i Home owner*, piaet S rar furnace cleaning order NOW. enefit from our economy rate. CL 4-9480 — CL , FURNACE CARE CO. OF ILLINOIS BOTTLE OAS HOOKUP — QrifSMI bottieaas equipment and borUes; also balk Skeiaas. JIM .TONES. HO 2-2786. TAXI DRIVERS—Apply In person only. Ham * Merv Taxi Co. WANTED — Senior In pharmacy school. Will arrange schedule to meet school. Opportunity for advancement. Good pay. Write Box 520, care Telegraph. WANTED—Registered pharmacists. State of Illinois. » Excellent pay. working conditions. New modern shopping center. Write Box 500 care Telegraph. CARPET—First quality, low price. I960 patterns. Wool. Nylon, Aero- Ian. Free estimates. Select from samples or larae rolls from Wholesale House. MADISON COUNTY CARPET R. 4 Edwardsvllle, HI. ATlantlc 8-7371 CUNNINGHAM — Palming, interior, exterior. Patch plastering. Small repairs. Reasonable prices, in sured. HO 2-8429. CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK—Grading, leveling, yards, drives, etc. Philip Chlnn HO 6-2518. FOR YOUR HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING NEEDS — CALL AJAX HEATING ft AIR CONDITIONING. CL 9-2011. HO 8-2701. FURNACE CLEANING GILLENWATER, HO 6.8301. HARRIS TREE SERVICE —Power spraying by state licensed operator. Tree work. HO 2-OMLHO 5-8587. INTERIOR and exterior painting. Work guaranteed. Reasonable. Free estimate. CL 4-7O4. • J * H TREE SERVICE Fully Insured. Power CL 9-6670 equipment. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED-617 Spring. LET ME HAUL IT—LIGHT TRUCK ING, ODD JOBS. ROBERT GASKILL, HO 2-1560. WANTED — Reliable person, male & female. Nice appearance. Tavern work. Living quarters furnished. Contact: Strader's Tavern, Pl»ln- vlew. 111. 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE CURB GIRL—Must be neat, clean, willing to work steady. Salary, tips, meals. BRIGHT SPOT DRIVE tN 5 - 6 P. M. No phone calls LADY to care for 2 children In our home. HO 5-3868. PART TIME SECRETARY—2 Mi-day week. American Employment, 205 Plasa. REGISTERED NURSE — Part time office work. Written application to Dr. Harry Mantz. 604 E. Bdwy. No phone calls, please. Run a spare-time Greeting Card and Gift Shop at home. Show friends samples of our new 1960 Christmas and All-Occasion Greeting Cards and Gifts. Take their orders and earn to lOOr* profit. No experience necessary Costs nothing to try. Write today for samples on approval. Regal Greetings, Dept. 222. Ferndale, Michigan. SALESWOMEN — 30 - 65. excellent earnings. Call AVON. HO 2-4278, Following rites Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Staten Chapel the body of Mrs. Gladys Riddle wasi interred in Valhalla Memorial j Park. The Rev. Leonard Todd, pastor of Evangelical & Reformed Church, officiated at the rites. Casketbearers were: Roy, Raymond, Robert, and Walter Riddle, sons, and John Osborne and Ray Bohan, sons-in-law. 12 Selected Stocks (SEAL) WM. DOERR, Village Clerk. June 30, July 7, 14 IN MEMORIAM IN LOVING MEMORY — Of our darling son, Jlmmle McGulggan, who passed away 11 years ago on July 7th. 1949: Many years have passed away Since you have gone away. And many tears were In our eyes Upon that darkest day. But Jlmmle dear, the day will surely come. When heaven's gates will open, And let us In your arms. And mend our broken hearts. Sadly missed by Mother, Father, Sisters, Brothers, Grandmother. STENOGRAPHER—Part time office work. Written application to Dr. Harry Mantz. 604 E. Bdwy. No phone calls. _ WANTED^Baby sitter, 5 days. One child. HO 5-2897. POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED—SHARPENED ALL MAKES Complete stock Toro Kut Kwlck mowers, gurden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. HO 2-7326 RENTALS THURSDAY, JULY 7,1WO — ~ RENTALS 48 APARTMENTS — PLATS 8 ROOM AfT.-SWM-maawil. W- vate bath and entrance. Reasonable rent, unfurnished. Adults. HO B-M71. ROOM onfnrniMM apt. Private bath and entrance. Newly decorated. Adults only. 1009 B. 4th. 3 ROOM unfurnished apt. Private bath and entrance. Adults only. 303A Lorena, wood River. 3 ROOM MODERN—Gas heat, MS. CL 4-8341. I ROOM APT.—Upstairs. Bath, private entrance. Heat, water furnished. Clean, fenced back yard. $57.80 per month, 1102-A East Broadway. Dial HO 2-4130 4 ROOMS it BATH—Second floor. Lights, water, heat furnished. Oa- rage. $68 month. 223 E. Penning, Wood River. HO 2-893B or CL 4-6804. 8 ROOM upstairs apartment. 2-6808. HO 8 ROOM unfurnished all modern apt, First floor. Venetian blinds, Vinyl tile In kitchen and bath room, garage. Fenced back yard. Large basement. Near S.t.U. and high school. Possession within week. References. HO 2-1891. —Upper . vate entrances. Most utilities fur nished: some furnishings. Adults only. Reference required. $110 mo. HO 3-8939. 5 ROOMS—801 Bond—$60. Bath. Heat, water furnished. Adults. Apply Brlstow. 302 State, 2132 STATE — Small apartment, upstairs. $30. HO 8-8916. APARTMENTS—3 new apartments for rent; no children, all modern kitchens. Call at 1108 East 8th St. ATTRACTIVE 3 room upstairs apt. Full bath, private entrance. Newly redecorated. Tile floors throughout. HO 2-6477 for appointment. COMPLETELY REMODELED — 3 room apt. with HWF, stove, refrigerator, disposal, private bath, private front and rear entrance. Ground floor. Oarage. Heat and water furnished. HO 8-2402. optical fitting ,*tc. Iww S letely remodeled. zTOi 1 ox n 10, care Telegram m l4 SPACE FOR LEASt Wilihire Village Shopping Center AREA 20Jt30-!deal good commercial area. Call Walter A. HaU Jr. HALE REALTY CO, East Alton. CL 4-8118 FOR RENT—Location OR MM ear* ner In East Alton, near HOI Bror drug store, band, mmding ana loan Reasonable. R*P1T to Bon BIO care Telegraph. II OFFICE • DESl OFFICES — Reasonable. \ building, downtown. Altt*. for proni meetiag 2-2912. AIM HO 3 BEDROOM HOUSE In Die* residential area of Alton of nearby. win sign lease. Call Miller, HO 8-6683 daytime. YOrktowa 5*3069 St. Louis, nights. 3 BEDROOM modern house, reasonably priced. Family being transferred to Alton. No small children. Call 8812, Lltchfleld. or writ* Edward E. Roach. P. O. Box 177. Lltchfleld, 111. _ REAL ESTATE SALE M BUSINESS PROPERTY VAN'S REFRIGERATION SERVICE — We service any make refrigerator or freezer. Phone HO 5-1651. S3 BUILDING — CONTRACTING ALL CARPENTRY and Ulterior 2-7419. and exterior. Phone painting. >one HO BLOCK. BRICK, stone, plaster, con Crete. New construction. Remodeling. HO 2-0140. BLOCK AND CONCRETE WORK— Roofing repairs. Flue repairs. Free estimates. Phone HO 5-6132. BOB"WOODS Union work. - Cement contractor. Free estimates. HO 5-2938. HO 2-7832. CARPENTER — R o o f I n g repair, block and concrete work; painting. Free estimates. Experienced. HO J2-41JIO. CARP~ENTER WORK — Large" or small. Free estimates. CL 4-5718. 855 LORENA AVE.. Wood River.! Large 3 rooms, upstairs. $55. CL 1 4-04HO _ FIRs'f" FLOOR ~APT\— 4 rooms and breakfast nook. Water and heat; furnished. 1 block from bus. HOI 5-8218. _ ! fN~BETHALTOu-3 room all modern apartment Utilities furnished. Private entrance -and bath, fireplace, large yard. Prefer working couple. DU 4-4962 Hotel — Bar — Restaurant Prosperous business In fine location In Alton — .10 room accommodation — owner retiring — termn can be arranged. Further details call CARL OR VIOLA TUETKEN HO 3-B095 Any Time Olazebrook Agency lease from buyer. Gross rent ap- pro*. S. 1 ;.000 annually. Exceptional buy at $35,000 JOHN BF.RIOAN. REALTOR CL 4-6614 NICE 3 room apt. Private entrance and bath. Hot and cold water furnished. $50 month. 806 Center. East Alton. III. CL 4-8655 87 FARMS and LAND NORTH ALTON—3 room apartment. Rooms are very modern and large. Lots of closet sp*ace. Front and back entrance. This Is newly decorated and first class all the way. Heat & water furnished. Adults only. $80. Dial HO 20055 of HO 2-0315, NORTH ~ALTON — Clean apt Private. Entrance and bath. All utilities furnished. $75 1 HO 2-3787. N f C E ~3-RMi' A PARTMENTS — Newly decorated. Utilities fur nished HO 5-2274. UNFURNISHED 3 rooms and bath. $32 month 103 E. Maple Hartford WOOD RIVER — 7th and Madison. 2nd floor. 4 rooms, modern. Heat and water furnished. $55. Phone CL 4-4354 or HO 2-4351. 13-ACRE FARM—3 mile* north Mo- deito. Ciood house', barn, pond, electricity. Ground limed. Immediate possession. See Lester Stlce or call GE 9-3671. Modesto, III. 20 ACRES with farm Improvements Immediate possession. 3 miles e»st of Edwardsvllle on Fruit Road C. Heneke. Phone Edwardivllle, 755 40-ACRE FARM—4 mlle» from per Alton. HO 2-8036. Up- CARPENTER WORK — Roofing. siding, repairing, remodeling. No , ._ - - .._.-.. lob too small. CL 4-8044 WORDEN APARTMENTS — Office. UNION CARPENTER —»Roof andj R a nge. aS refr?gerator rO< bllnd«.°water general repair. Remodeling * new| f urnls hed. Now available. construction. Kitchen. Free esti- : mates. HO 5-8354 or HO 5-5447. WANTED — Part time white baby sitter: reliable. HO 2-3473. WANTED ^Reliable baby sitter. Days. Must CL 4-1307. have transportation. HELP WTD.—Male * Female PERSONALS ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinker. P. O. Box 185. East Alton, or HO 5-9237 — KO 2-2712. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily 1 LINOLEUMS JULY$ALE TILES VINYL ASBESTOS C TILE TOP GRADE 38 COLORS NO LIMIT FREE ESTIMATES CARLOAD BUY R«g. 15c 9x9 Com* Early FUSTIC FORTIFIED EASY TO INSTALL TOP ORADE DOES ALL THE WAY THRU 15 OEOORATOR COLORS NO LIMIT CARLOAD BUY ONLY 9x9 4-M2 ft. Wide SANDRAN LINOLEUMS CALL «r DIAL HO 2-941 IFOR FREE ESTIMATE AT YOUR HOME NO OBLIGATION WEDQE PLAN Ntw Chromic HtofJsuorttn 11 Color* Sq.ft. CERAMIC WALL TILE 69 1 PANDA PAINT MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM • FMhton Flow Latex • Masonry Paint t OutfHto HOUM Paint • Prat Paint Charts Gal. No Limit 42 Colors Cook and Co., from its Alton branch office. (The New York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 p.m. CST, so these are not closing quotations: AT&T, 90K; General Motors, 44%; Granite City Steel 35%; Olin Mafh. Chem, 43%; Owens- Til., Ill; Shell Oil 34; Sinclair Oil, 39%; Socony, 37y g ; Std. Oil (Ind.), 37%; Std. Oil (N.J.), 41 s i; U.S. Steel, 80V 8 ; Sears, 55%. Following are today's 1:30 p. 18 RUMMAGE * PASTRY SALES m. quotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to RUMMAGE SALE — By Apollos Shrine No. 69. Friday. July 8th. 218 State street. Open 9 a.m. RUMMAGE SALE—Given by First General Baptist Church. East Althe Telegraph by Nevvhard.j ton. Saturday. 517 Belle St.. Alton. SOCIETIES and LODGES Only two problems — finance and poetics—are keeping television out of South Africa, Cape Town people were told by a British television leader. Misuse of electricity is the cause of 23 per cent of the fraternity and sorotiy house fires in the United States. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES STATE OK ILLINOIS ) )SS, COUNTY OF MADISON ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT MARY QUERTERMOUS. Plaintiff Vi. SHIRLEY QUERTERMOUS, Defendant WANTED — Laboratory technician, room clerk, collector, communications equipment salesman, construction estimator, cook, nurses aid, alterer, truck and boat mechanic, housekeepers, stay or go. Apply in person. Illinois State Employment Service. 87 Henry. Alton. WANTED: Graduate professional nurses for general staff duty. AU shifts available, no rotation. Attractive salary with automatic Increases; chances for advancement good. Differential for evening and nluht 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' Hospital, 1755 So Grand Blvd., St. Louis 4, Mo. 1IA SALESLADIES FRANKLIN LODGE—No. 25. A. F. «c A. M. Work night. Thursday, July 7, reflnlshing woodwork. Come prepared. 7 p.m. or earlier. H. L. Wilson, W. M. 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. SALESMEN 46 DECORATING FURNISHED APARTMENTS_ Adults only. FLOOR SANDING And Refinishlng. For free estimates call E. Wetstein. HO 5-1934. INTERIOR and exterior painting. 25 years' experience. Joseph Pankey. CL 4-9098. INTERIOR-EXTERl6R~decoratinn. Patch plastering, removing wallpaper No lob too small. HO 27083. INTERIOR.'exterlor painting, decorating. Wallpaper removed. Tree estimates. HO 2-3141. HO 2-0871. PAINTING—Paper hanging & patch plastering. CL 9-2267. 35 RADIO — TV REPAIR COMPLETE new high-gain antenna installed, $25.00. Fast, dependable service. Bills TV. HO 5-1155. 2 ROOMS—First floor. | HO 2-1262. ' 2 ROOM downstairs furnished apt. 503 Dr. Inquire 303 Park Lane. Wood Rlver_'CL_4-0947._ 2 ROOM furnished apt., close In. Wood River. All utilities furnished. $30 nronth.JHO 2-9877. 2^FURNISHED ROOMS" — Private entrance, dean. Utilities paid. Reasonable 1409 Willard or call HO 2-8495. 2 ROOMS—Private entrance, private! bath, In Roxana. Utilities furnished, j Call CL 4-9314. : i ROOMS —"utilities furnished, S12 per week. Milton area. 3619 Coro-j nado Dr. _ 3 FURNISHED ROOMS—314 Broadway. East Alton. AU utilities paid. 160 ACRES ' \\, Miles from Ottervllle. 144 acres tillable. 2 wells. 2 metal cribs, 2 story Irame house $35.000 JERSEYVILLE AREA 80 acres with 6 room modern home. 65 acres tillable, rest In pasture Barn. 2 corn cribs, new poultry house Hog shed 10x40. 2 wells and spring Well fenced $21.000 Good Lots for sale. See us before you buy CURRAN-GORMAM REAL ESTATE , 11OA West Pearl St. Phone 468 After 6 p.m. 2932R3 or 1060 185 ACRE~FARM In Calhoun Co.. fell or trade for smaller farm near Alton. Owner wishes to retire. HO 2-7209. FOR SALE—10 acres. 8 tillable. 3 bedroom modern home, like new. Deep well, small lake. School bus at door. On State Aid road. Immediate possession. 2 miles north of Ottervllle. Charles L. Tucker Jr., Jerseyvllle, 111. 2M8-W3. TV Antenna Down? Check our low rates — guaranteed Installation or complete do-it-yourself kits for the handy man. Merli TV 414 South Central. Roxana CL 4-8560 FOR SALE. FARM—By owner. IIS level acres good Improved land. Modern eight room house. Two barns and other buildings. Good Improvements. One mile north of Hamel. By-Pass 66. Phone MElrose 3-2492. Hamel. ' ETG"HTY ACRE FARM. IMPROVED —Good road, 9 miles of Alton. Good Investment. May divide. Writ* Box 1170. care Telegraph. LOTS FOR SALE 3 FURNISHED — Or unfurnished rooms. 134 Lorena. Wood River. B ROOM APT. — Furnished. Milton area. HO 2-6744 after 3 p.m. :t ROOM furnished apt. Ideal for penslaners. Single or married. HO 2-6143 STORAGE — MOVING ACROSS THE STREET ACROSS THE NATION H. A. NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE 1(28 Washington A»a. Dial MO 2-4*53 ACROSS FROM GLASS WORKS — One room apartment, modern. All unities furnished. Apply In rear. | 1712 Bozza. HO 5-9126 i BEAUTIFUL new brick Tiatchelor 1 efficiency apt. Newly furnished. HO 2-1968. FRANKLIN CHAPTER—No, 8. R. A. M. .Friday, July 8, 7:30 p.m. Mark Master Degree. Don E. Bradfisch, H. P. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN LOST—Black and white toy terrier In Wood River area. 7 months old. Reward. CL 4-0897. haired LOST—Big dog, shedi f white shaggy ding. Reward. HO 2-4740. LOST—Black and tan hound, male, about 7 years old. HO 5-6001. LOST—Cherokee boat off Plasa Creek In sjorm 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. LOST—Liver and white female, lemon and white male pointers. HO 6-3765. LOST—Liver lemon and HO ft-3765. and white white female, male pointers. LOST — Blue parakeet, vicinity of Franor and Rlxon. Sunday evening. Reward. Call HO 2-5251. 9HfK.iyi.TiLf 18 Ci. PLASTIC WALL Till Eittlo fltltft Only 29-it OMY LINOLEUM foary ALTON Optn Frl, Till t i V DIVORCE CHANCERY NO. BO-C-337 To: SHIRLEY QUERTERMOUS The requisite affidavit having been filed, Notice Is hereby given you, SHIRLEY QUERTERMOUS. Defendant In the above entitled cause, that the above suit has been commenced In the Circuit Court _. Madison County. Illinois, by the sale Plaintiff, MARY QUERTERMOUS. against you, praying for divorce: that said suit Is numbered 60-C-33' In Chancery, and Is still pending And that SHIRLEY QUERTER MOUS, Defendant, is to be served by publication. Now. therefore, unless you. SHIR LEY QUERTERMOUS. said Defendant, file your Answer to the Complaint or otherwise appear in said suit in the said Circuit Court ot Madison County. Illinois, held in the Court House in the City of Ed- wardsvlila, Illinois, on or before August 9, 1860, default may be entered against you at any time after that date, and a Decree en tered la accordance with the prayer oi said Complaint. this 2ttb day ot June, A iNti BtRUHOFF. or the Circuit Court of Madlaoa County, Illinois WiBlMAN * UALLBTT, Attofneys (or PJalntlW. U8 MarlM^"8lre4>t, Alton. IlllBOll. JI4M8 n. JUJv7i , 4 STRAYED — Beagle hound black, brown and white. HO 2 BOY$, VETS—18 to 26, FREE TO TRAVEI>-Callf.. Hawaii & reUim. Expenses paid. S8O per wk.. drawing acct. Apply Mr. Benson. Hotel Stratford, Th»rs., Fri.. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 21 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE WANTED — Permanent employment as custodian or service station attendant; experienced. CL 4-7973. AERO MAYFLOWER Sloan's Moving'4 Storage Co. Exclusive Agent Local t Long Distance Moving Warehouse aid Fenced Lot Storage Free Estimates — No Obligation Phone HO MM7 — 3M B. Kim 23 SITUATIONS WTO.—FEMALE COLORED high school graduate wants day work. HO 2-7132. RENTALS 3 ACRES for sale. Will take Jeep or pleasure car a* part payment. FR 2-3331. KING SIZE LOTS !• D'AtfrlU Oar- dees. Rolling. lasdscapeC Ploaet ta the area. City water, natural cat sanitary and storm sewers. Homer Adams. HO FOR RENT — 4 room apartment, furnished. Private entrance. HO i 5-2967. FURNISHED ~3 rooms and bath. Utilities paid. $40 month. No children. 736 State, Wood River after S p.m. MODERN—3 room furnished apt. Private entrance and location. Adults only. 5-3363. bath. Good Phone HO 41 SLEEPING ROOMS COOL sleeping room, private entrance. Shower. $6.00 CL 4-1694 DAY WORK—With reference. 5-7436. HO EXCEPTIONALLY NICE sleeping I room for gentleman. 801 College I HO 2-1307. EXP. baby sitter, also willing to do light housework. Stay on place Call CL 9-6563. EXPERIENCED baby sitter. Work day or evening. HO 5-1252. HOUSEWORK WANTED — Colored high school senior. Patricia Kirk. HO 2-4641. IRONINGS WANTED —Reasonable and experience. Can give refer ences. Phone CL 4-7943. LAUNDRY WORK WANTED—Call ed for and delivered. HO 2-0998. WANTED—Baby sitting or light housework by young woman. HO 5-6822. STRAYED—Large yellow and white tomcat. Missing 3 weeks. Reward. Milton Area. Ph. HO 2-5081. STRAYED — July 4th — Wood Riv- ei area. Small female Manchester Terrier. Black with white chest. Answero to FRISK1E. Reward. Ph. CL 4-0033. WIRE HAIRED TERRIER — Dow vicinity. Jerseyvllle 2957-R11. II NOTICES BRUSH CUTTING- SAratoga 9-5530. exchange. BULK WEDDING~PAPERELATES - By chain saw. Medora phone plastic forks and bowl rental; 1m —White cups, spoons, punch print napkins. BAXTER DIST. CO. 854 E. Broadway. HO 5-9347 CUSTOM HAY BALING—DU 4-4304 NOTICE—Thomas Sanders will haul limbs and rubbish of any kind. Dial HO 2-1846. NOTICE—July 6. 1960. From this day forward I will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted (or by anyone other than myself. Signed: Clifford Lee Landreth, 840 Grant, Bethalto, 111. RENTAL PHOTO EQUIPMENT Slide cameras and projectors; 8mm cameras and projectors: 18mm, sound projectors, screens, etc., and tape recorders. POSTER'S DRUG STORE ALTON'S PHOTO CENTER 330 E. Broadway — HO 5-3686 ••ft TO PLACE YOUR AD DIAL HO 6-6641 t t • t FINANCIAL •a BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BARBER SHOP for sale. HO 8-8708. CAFE FOR LEASE — Equipment for sale. Downtown Wood River. Ferguson Hotel building, ZS W. Ferguson. Exceptional opportunity. John Berlgan. CL 4-0168. FOR SALE—Drive In Cafe. Call after 6 p.m. CL 4-0984. • SALE or LEASE—Restaurant. Open 24 hours. Doing good business. Good location for drive In. Write Box 1140. care Alton Evening Tele graph. SMALL BUSINESS FOR SALE — $1000 profit. 2 hours day required. Good buslnes for high school or college student. HO 8-3482. VALUABLE FRANCHISE Available for appointed person. cellent opportunity to expand. High profit margin field. Selected person will be part of an industry with gross sales extending 180 million dollars In 1959, 13,000 required. 111,000 gross profit 1st year, based on minimum sales. For complete details write Box 1190 care Alton Evening Telegraph. $150 WILL BUY our established business and equipment. In good location with parking space. Store • ' stocked * - completely with Items on consignment. Call at 1114 North Main, Edwardsville. Hours 8-5. PERSONAL SERVICE I P«E»WiAKiMO» TAIUMUNO CU STOM KfADE IP COVERS Mrs. Homar IDIIS * IUlt» FERGUSON HOTEL Clean, comfortable rooms. Special weekly rates for working men Building completely renovated Air-conditioned lobby with TV. 27 W. Ferguson, Wood River. LARGE & SMALL sleeping room with fan; private entrance. 720 Alby. HO 9-9404. MODERN sleeping room adjoining bath: close In. 123 E. 8th street. MODERN—Newly decorated, telephone * living room privileges Close in. 123 E. 5th. ROOM—2 blocks from downtown Wood River. Private entrance. CL 4-3947. SLEEPING ROOM FOR RENT—For lady. 1223 Washington. HO 2-8418. ROOM AND BOARD FOR MEN—Nice clean, cool rooms Good meals. Close • In. 628 Alby, Alton. ROOM and BOARD — For elderly women, Social Security and pen sloners. Good modern country, prl vate home. Write Box 1150, care Telegraph. 48 HOUSEKEEPING ROUMij 2 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS —Private entrance. t9 week. Utll (ties furnished. HO 2-0786. 3478 E Broadway. 44 UNFURNISHED ROOMS 3 ROOMS li BATH — Mlddletown and East Broadway area. HO 6-3977 45 APARTMENTS — FLAT* 3 ROOM APARTMENT. 403 Hamll ton, Wood River. 3 ROOM DUPLEX—One year old. brick. Automatic gas beat, air con' diiioner and carport. Located 8th and Central. North Roxana. HO 2-1382. 3 ROOM unfurnished apt. Newly decorated. Private entrance and bath. CL 4-4266. i EXTRA LARGE ROOMS and batb. Newly decorated. Carpeting. Private entrance. HO 2-8604. Close to bus, preferred. HO 6-1828. 3 ROOMS. Private bath and entrance. Water and garage furntib- 3 ROOMS—Completely private and modern. Call HO B-8i2$. • 0 • t t t Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" • t t t t f NICE all modern 3 room apt. 2 men or 2 girls. HOJ2-1787_ NICE 2-F«3bM~FURNISHED~ apt All utilities. 204 Henry. HO 5-7331 ONE RQOM EFFICIENCY — For refined person. $7 week. HO 2-5264 ROXANA — 3 rooms. Private entrance and bath, washing facilities Phone privileges. Utilities paid. CL 4:2216. TWO ROOM HOUSE and bath, all furnished. Hot water. 208 Illinois Ave.. East Alton. HO 2-8977. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS — Bath, separate entrance, utilities furnished. CL 4-3817. 429 Monroe, East Alton. WOOD RIVER — 2 room furnished Apartment. CL 4-8742. WOOD RIVER—1 room apt., ad Joining bath; block downtown. CL 4-6847. 47 HOUSES FOR RENT 4 ROOM HOUSE—Water furnished. Adults, no pets. 209 Ebbler, Wood River. CL 4.8467. 4 ROOM HOUSE—3 miles southeast of Medora. W. S. Reno. SA 9-5839. 4 ROOM DUPLEX with full base ment, garage. Nice yard. 3810 Oscar. HO 5-5536. Evenings HO 2-6688 5 ROOM HOUSE and garage for rent an Lock street In Jerseyvllle. CL 8-3495. CLEAN, neat, Wood River. Com pletely redecorated. 4 large rooms. 5 years old. 32 running ft. of closets. No basement, gas neat, hot water heater. Steel kitchen cabinets, small yard. Rent or lease. $95 month. References required. CL 4-8357. EAST ALTON — 3 house. CL 4.4889. room modern FOR RENT—2-bedroom brick home. CL 4-4036. FOR RENT—4 room bouse. Milton area. HO 8-J3W. ROSEWOOD HEIGH T S 4-room house, all modern, wired (or elect, full Basement. trie stove, gas heat, (ul Immediate possession. HO 84804. SOUTH ROXANA-New 3 bedroom, » uvlng room, kitchen, utility, ue. Gas furnace, cabinets, wiring. Immediate possession. 0.00 monthly. References CL 3 ROOM furnished bouse. HO 24491 i ROOM furnished East Alton. Commercltl bul- matlc g«s beat Ea»t Alton. Automatic heat. auto:ton, LOT 180x120 on Maywood In- Rosewood Heights $1250. DU 4-8881 ROCK-GATE ESTATES LOTS • Choice • Large •., Fire Hydrants • Curbs and Gutters • State Approved Sanitary Sewers. • Restricted MAURICE J. WICKENHAUSER AGENCY Realtor Phone HO 5-6814 M HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE or home, 4 room 9-6916. TRADE for larger modern brick. CL Living at its Finest RIVER AIRE New brick Domes ready for ot«a- pancy. or will build to your plans. Trade-las arranged. Joseph Wlcken- nauser. HO I-3MI. HO I-1144. ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom home, situated on bluffs overlooking river 2 large lots, plenty of parking area. 2 ceramic baths, complete electric kitchen, carpeted, l|vln«-dlnln« room, beamed ceilings, all other floor Vi" pure vinyl, paneled recreation room, laundry room, double garage In basement. Large screened porch. Over 3.000 sq. ft. living area. School bus. For appointment HO 6-2760. . 3 BEDROOM HOMES—All areas. Down payments and monthly pay. ments to suit. HO 5-6826. Evenings. HO 2*6688. Wood River—Brushy Grove Addition 1500 DOWN-3%) CLOSWO Assume 4V» loan on 3 bedroom. 4 year old home. TR 7*540. MILTON AREA-S-bedroom brick. Wall to wall carpet, storm win- HO* 8'7837* *° itre * t ' ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — 4 room modern. Gas heat, wired tor stove. Immediate possession. Can be leased. CL 4-9458, HO MMsT 4 ROOM serai-modern in Medora. inquire Medora Lurober YarS? WOOD RIVER—360 _ new. open for Inspect from Union Tank tf ment. Frame. 3 be with dining area. —....„. large living room, plenty ot closets oak floors, aluminum combination screen and storm doors. Insulated gas heat. Ready (or occupancy. A 0»! . . ajl.tttTlSnu. ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — 4 room brick by owner. Conarat* drive. way, attached .carport with storage •pace, full dlvidedl>aiement, well Insulated, storm wlndowi and doors. Good location. Oall afte i CL 4-U17. t • STORY — 6-room framt home. Grafton, III. B»th upstairs" to bath down, basement, closed-in back porch. Above high water. Cu b« aeen by appointment. d^fiS. PRONTENAC pL.-4-rooin irge bidKwms. Alr-i urge lot, phonj HO *>: FOR SALE s room - W«»w»y _.„-. beat, a*w fcuc Full ouswnen Elm. Alton.

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