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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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ALTON EVEMNU , JLJLI s, IMHJ $10,000 FOR POOL flcthalto Rotary Club President Cal- Rotarian* also sold interest bearing vln Nettnaber, right, presents swim- bonds totalling $5600 for the proposed mtng pool fund drive chairman Lynn Bethalto pool, Claussen with a pledge of $5,000. The HEADS UNITED STEELWORKERS LOCAL Top officers of Local 3643 United Steelworkers, who were installed Thursday evening at Steelworkers' Abel Hall. Loran Goad, international representative, was installing officer. The officers who will serve two-year terms are: seated, Tony Vicari, treasurer; Buddy Davis, president; Charles Rogers, vice president. Standing, Thomas Campbell, recording secretary; Robert Dale, financial secretary.—Staff Photo. PropertyTaxRedemption Payments Due on July 12 EDWARDSVILLE - Owners of property in Wood River, Chouteau and Foster townships sold for delinquent 1958 taxes have Man Fined $50 for 1U1 UClJIUJUtrill ±&iJO ICLAira JldVC -B-^ , « , f^ • through next Tuesday to make j Discharging Firearms redemption payments in order to! R Skinner, 23, of 1318 E. avoid an additional 12 per cent! 4th Su was fjned $50 and costs interest charge Couny Clerk this , , , Eulam Hotz adv, S ed late Thurs- magistrate courl af(er hjsPplea ay ' i of guilty to a charge of dis- Owners of tax-sold properties in 12 other townships — including Pin Oak, Hamel, Omphghent, Edwardsville, Ft. Russell, and Moro townships must pay their arrearages by Monday afternoon in order to escape the additional 12 per cent interest charge. Deadline for Alton and God- to make redemption, when their 1958 delinquent tax bills were Hulan Jack Trial Ends In Deadlock NEW YORK (W) - The conflict-of-interest trial of Manhattan Borough President Hulan E. Jack has ended in a deadlocked jury. Whether the state will seek a retrial was not immediately announced. The jury had deliberated 18 hours and 45 minutes before announcing it could not agree. The panel voted 8-4 for conviction on two of the four charges. Jack, 52, the nation's highest ranking Negro municipal official, would not comment on the outcome. Jack was accused of violating tab Girl Named 1960 Miss USA §y r.T. MACFfcELV MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (JH — A raven-haired beauty reigns as Miss USA. and matches her perfect figure and charm against 42 girls from all over the world tonight in semifinals for the Miss Universe title. Linda Bement, an 18-year-old an Mormon girl from Salt Lake City, Utah Thursday night won out over 42 American contenders for Miss USA. "She has been grooming herself since she was 13," beamed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Bement. 'I wanted to make my parents proud," countered Linda. "They were the instigators of this." Just a mdhth out of high school and an only child, Linda was one of the youngest girls competing. But her poise, her gorgeous face and figure captured the fancy of the judges as it did a crowd of 6,000 spectators in Miami Beach Convention Hall. The crowd gave her the biggest applause of any of the 15 semifinalists — and again of the five finalists as the field was narrowed. She stood above the others in he evening gown judging, wear- ng a Grecian goddess style white gown, slit up the front to the knee. And she was a standout in the bathing suit judging with her figure measuring 37 bust, 23 waist and 36 hips. Her self-styled black hair was striking in a hairdo she described as sort of a French twist. New York's «entry, Mary Rod- tes of Port Jefferson, was named irst runnerup. In order, behind her came, Mar- ;aret Jo Gordon of Birmingham, Ala.; Lyndia Ann Tarlton of Wingate, N. C; and Nancy Wakefield f Winter Haven, Fla. Melville Women To Meet Monday GODFREY — Woman's Fellowship of the Melvllte Union Congregational Church will have their annual family basket picnic Monday, 6 p.m., in th< lower playground area of Rock Spring Park. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF CLAIM DAfB Notice is hereby given to *!! persons that the first Monday In Aue.- uost. 1980. is the Claim Date in th« estate of MARY J. DAVIS, Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County. Illinois, and that claim* may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of summon*. Dated this 17th day of June, I960. M. O. SCHAURETE, Public Administrator Attest: DALE MILT. Probate Clerk. I. M. STREEPER, !tr. Attorney. June 24. July 1. 8 NOTICE OP CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all persons that the first Monday In Au«- ust. I960, is the Claim Date In the estate of GERTRUDE STUMP, Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County. Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of summons. Dated this 17th day of June, 1960 DAVID F. STUMP, Executor Attest: DAVID HILT. Probate Clerk. WISEMAN A HALLETT, Attorneys 115 Market Street, Alton. Illinois. June 24. July I, 8 PUBLIC NOTICE Bids will be received by Civic Memorial Airport Authority to remove demolished metal hanger buildings. Contact manager for de tails. Bids to be In the Airport Au- thoritle's Office by S P. M. Thursday, July 14, 1960. Civic Memorial Airport Mark E. Jacobson. Chairman Authority. ANNOUNCEMENTS tt LOST—Liver M4 whit* ftmtte. lemon and *Mt« male pflttiteri. HO 6-3788. II JtOTlCBS BRUSH CUTTING —»» Chain MW. SAratoga 8-6830, MMora phone exchange. BULK WEDDING PAPER PLATR —White cop*., plastic fork* an spoons, punch bowl rental; im print napkins, __ 884 E. Br-oYdlaV 0 '"- % 8.M47 CUSTOM HAY BALING—DU 4-4804 NOTICE—Thome* Sender* will haul limbs end rubbish of any kind. Dial HO 2-1848. TREES TRIMMED ft Rame*. «d. Free eitlmatei. 10 year* experience. Call Norman Prilchard CL 4-4766 WANT TO RENT MOVIE CAR TOONS for the children'* birthday party? See Potter'* for brand now itock of wait Disney* cartoon* Poster'* Drug Store. "AltOfl'i camera Headquarter*." 130 B. Broadway. HO 8-2888. EDUCATIONAL ISA INSTRUCTIONS QUALIFIED TEACHER will private tutoring In Spanish high school subjects. Call 6-3932. live and HO EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE HELP WANTED—Salesman on com mission basis to sell water softener service. Call CL 4-0285 after 6 p.m. MAN now employed. Car, seeking opening to better himself. No experience necessary. We will assist. Only' men Interested In over 8125 per week need apply. Edwardsvllle 3575. For 3 MEN WANTED local positions to sell and service our appliances. Car helpful. Write Employment Manager. 814 Illinois Ave.. E. St. Louis, 111. Three Killed in Philadelphia Explosion PHILADELPHIA (AP)-A dou- le explosion rocked the South •hiladelphia waterfront Thursday, dlling three workers at an oil and olvent processing plant, and gen- rating a four-alarm fire. The victims were Sydney Dawon, 42; Ernest Jackson, 48; and red Dewitte, 43. They were em- byes of Cargill, Inc. Cause of the explosion was not mmediately determined. hilean Residents Being Evacuated SANTIAGO. Chile (AP) — With 0,000 residents already evacuat- •d, the army and navy raced gainst time today to remove the remaining 40,000 persons in Val- ivia. Survivors of the o^iakes and dal waves that wrecked the outhern Chilean city in May ave lived for a month under a ew threat of floods. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all per sons that the first Monday In Aug ust. 1960. Is the Claim Date In the estate of KARL K. HOAGLAND. De ceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County. Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of summons. Dated this 30th day of June, 1960. MARY P. HOAGLAND, Administratrix Attest: DALE HILT, Probate Clerk. GREEN i HOAGLAND. Attorneys. NEEDED—Part-time men, married only. Phone DU ^-1J78. ~~NOf!CE"6F~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 July 8 fl! Alton. High School uraduate or 'equivalent. Illinois driver's license. Good credit rating. Minimum height 5'9": maximum 6' 4". Minimum weight 150 Ibs. Maximum 235 tbs. vision not Impaired more than 20/100. correctable to 20/20. Secure (ELMER BERNARD) July 8, 15. 22 CARD OF THANKS. AARON and LUCILLE ARNOLD— We wish to thank all our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown during our recent bereavement. We especially wish to thank Marks Funeral Home. Rev. Lolard A. Simmons, the choir, pallbearers, those who sent cards and flowers and who assisted in any way. The Arnold and Hoover Families. applications from Civil Service Of fice, 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 FINANCIAL BlttfNfcU can. can PERSONAL SERVICE CUSTOM MADE SLIP COVERS Wort jgartmtM. Mr*. Hom*t joaftfitttd. HO 8-2833. CUSTOM UPHOLSTBRMO — ewart. drapts. HO Mm. LADTBS ft CntLBRBN'S drtlMW. tits* tottl made BUSINESS SERVICE BUS. ACCOMMODATING AU AREAS HAMPSEY'S SEWER SERVICE HO S-IOI2 —CL 4.0813 24 hour service. Work guaranteed Insured. We clean, install, repair sewers, septic tank*, cesspools, Field drains. ATTENTION i Home owner*, pmc* your furnace cleaning order NOW. Benefit from our economy rat*. CL 4-8460 - CL 4-8717. FURNACE CARE CO. OP ILLINOIS BOTTLE GAS HOOKUP — Original bottlega* equipment and bottl**, alto bulk sWgai. JIM JONBS HO 2-2788. CARPET—First quality, low prlc*. I960 patterns, wool. Nylon, Aero- lan. Free estimates. Select from sample* or large roll* from Whole- tale House. MADISON COUNTY CARPET R. 4 Edwardsvllle. III. Atlantic 8-7371 CUNNINGHAM -Painting, interior, exterior. Patch plastering. Small repair*. Reasonable price*. In sured. HO 2-5429. CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK—Grad Ing. leveling, yards, drive*, etc. Philip Chlnn. HO 8-2818. ____ FOR YOUR HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING NEEDS — CALL AJAX HEATING * AIR CONDI T1ONING. CL 9-2011, HO 5-2701. FURNACE CLEANING GILLENWATER, HO 5-8301. HARRIS TREE SERVICE — Power (Praying by slate licensed operat or. Tree work. HO 2-0811. HO 5-8887. INTERIOR and exterior painting. Work guaranteed. Reasonable. Free estimate. CL 4-7694. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED—«7 Spring. LET ME HAUL IT—LIGHT TRUCK' ING. ODD JOBS. ROBERT GASKILL. HO 2-1360. POWER LAWN MOWER REPAIRS All Makes. Guaranteed Work Registered Service Dealer Pick Up And Delivery MESTERS AUTO REPAIR 213 Niagara. East Alton Pb. CL 4-5921 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. ^^ 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE BEAUTICIAN WANTED_Call 345-W days or 386-W evenings, Jerseyvllle. CURB GIRL—Must be neat, clean, willing to work tips, meals. BRIGHT SPOT qRIVE IN 5-6 P. M. No phone call* POWER LAWN-MOWERS REPAIRED—SHARPENED ALL MAKES Complete stock Toro Kut Kwlck mowers, garden tiller*. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. HO 2-7326 RENTALS StrftRffffQ MMMM ROXANA—4 MM clean sleeping room*. CL 4-8171. SLEEPING ROOM FOR RENT-For lady, im Waihintton. HO 2-8411. SLEEPING ROOM — Prfvatf trance. 1WO Union. HO 2-8970. •a- FOR MEN—Nice clean, cool room* Good mtalt. C1o**-ifl. 898 Alby. Alton. ROOM and BOARD — For •Iderly women, Social security and pen• (Quart. Good modern country, private home. Writ* Box 1180, car* Telegraph. ROOM I ROOM EFFICIENCY—Fuml*h*d. Adults. 703 Washington. UNPURNIBHBO ROOMS 3 ROOMS tt BATH — MlddletOWfl and East Broadway art*. HO 8*3877 48 APARTMENTS — FLATS 3 ROOM APARTMENT. 403 H*ffill< ton. Wood River. 3 ROOM DUPLEX—On* ywr Old brick. Automatic gat heat, *lr conditioner and carport. Located 8th and Central, North Roxana. HO 2-1382. 3 ROOM unfurnished apt. Newly decorated. Private *ntranc* and bath. CL 4-42*8. 3 EXTRA LARGE ROOMS and bath. Newly decorated. Carpeting. Private entrance. HO 2-0804. 3 ROOM unfurnished apt. Upstairs. Close to bus. Middleaged couple preferred. HO S-I228. 3 ROOM unfurnished apt. Private entrance, garage. All utilities paid. CL 4-2003. 3 ROOMS. Private bath and entrance. Water and garage furnished. HO 2-4887. 3 ROOMS—Completely private and modern. Call HO 8-6123. 3 ROOM unfurnished apt. Private bath and entrance. N*wly decorated., Adults only. 1008 E. 4th. 3 ROOMS * BATH "private entrance. Utilities, garage. Adults only. HO 8-9495. 3 ROOM unfurnished apt. Private bath and entrance. Adults only. 303A Lorena, Wood River. 3 ROOM MODERN—Gas heat, 845. CL 4-8341. RENTALS 3 ROOMS— water forMi tffHtg art BEAUTIFUL «*W We* efficiency apt. New!? fnrntshtd. HO 2-19*8. CLEAN—2 modern room* tfr menOt. Private entrance «nd bath. CL 4-3147, CL 4-T811. , NICE all modern 3 room apt. 3 men or 2 girl*. HO 2-1787. NICE 2-ROOM FURWWHBO. « All otliiwe*. M4 Henry. ONE ROOM BFM m9 . 9f ROXANA — 3 room*. Private, •"• trance and bath, washing faetlttlej. Phone privilege*. Utllitlet paid. CL 4-2218. . TWO ROOM HOUSE and ba«. all furnished. Hot water. SW8 Illinois Ave., East Alton. HO 2-8977. TWO ROOM APT. —Ant* at Bast 6th or cell HO 2-0817. 832 TWO FURNISHED ROOMS — Beth, teperete entrance, utllltl** furnished. CL 4-8817. 428 Monroe, Best Alton. WOOD RIVER — 2 room furnUhed Apartment. CL 4-8742. WOOD RIVER—1 room apt.. ad- Joining bath; block downtown. CL 47 HOUSES FOR RBNT 3 ROOM MODERN — 822 Bowman (Rear). East Alton. CL 4-0878 until 4:30 p.m. HO 2-3408 after 7 p.m. 4 ROOM HOUSE—Water furnished Adults, no pets. 209 Bbbter. Wood River. CL 4-9467. 4 ROOM HOUSE—3 mile* southeast of Medora. W. S. Reno. SA 9-8839. 4 ROOM DUPLEX with full basement, garage. Nice yard. 3818 O*car. HO 5-8528. Evenings HO 2-MOT 4 ROOM HOUSE—Double garage, with furnace. Cl._9-2990. 4~R66MS~an<r bath, futility room, large garage, work shop, gas heat, wired for 220 or gas stove. J78 mo. References required. 838 Tennyson. CL 4-408& 5~ROOM~~HOijSE and garage for rent on Lock street In Jerseyvlllr CL 9 2495. CLEAN, neat. Wood River. Completely redecorated. 4 large rooms 5 years old. 32 running ft. of closets. No basement, ga* heat, hot wstf-r heater Steel kitchen cabi nets, small yard. Rent or lease. $95 month. References required. CL 4-82S7. 4 ROOM APT.—Upstairs. Bath, private entrance. Heat, water furnished. Clean. Fenced back yard. $57.50 per month. 1102-A East Broadway. Dial HO 2-4130 EAST ALTON — 3 house. CL 4-4889. room modern FOR RENT—4 room house, Milton area. HO 5-238K_ 4 ROOMlTi~BATH—Second floor.! FOR RENT In Brighton. 4 room Lights, water, heat furnished. Ga-j house, partly-modern. Call after 7 rage. $65 month. 223 E. Penning,' p.m. Friday. Gladys Long. E. Cen- Wood 4-6804. River. HO 2-8935 or CL; upstairs apartment. HO: VAN'S REFRIGERATION SERVICE — We service any make refrigerator or freezer. Phone HO 5-1651. 13 BUILDING — CONTRACTING ALL CARPENTRY and painting. interior 2-7419. and exterior. Phon* HO _ BLOCK. BRICK, none, plaster, con- steady. Salary. | crete. New construction. Remodel" in i at ^A * Ing. HO 2-9140. BLOCk~AND~CONCiRETE WORK— RAY ADMIRF w*> wnuld like tn i ^_-i_^-'-.: — — ' Roofing repairs. Flue repairs. express our sincerl thanks and a£ LADY to care for 2 children In ourj Free estimates. Phone HO 5-6132. preclatlon to all of our relatives, home. HO 5-jgfaH. | BOB WOODS — Cement contractor, 5 ROOM 2-6805. 5 ROOM unfurnished all modern apt. First floor. Venetian blinds. Vinyl tile In kitchen and bath room, garage. Fenced back yard. Large basement. Near S.I.U. and high school. Possession within week. .Reference^ HO_2-]591L 5 ROOMS—501 Bond—$60. Bath Heat, water furnished. Adults. Apply Brlstow. 302 State^ ter St.. Brighton, JIL ROSEWOOD""if E i b H T s. 4-room house, all modern, wired for electric stove, gas heat, full basement. Immediate possession. CL 4-9455. HO 2-1904. SMALL HOUSE FOR RENT — 3 room modern. Basement. Nice for couple with one child grade school age CL 4-1381. East Allon^ _ 3627^THOMAS^-Mllton area. Large 4 room. completely furnished house $100 per month. References. Don Hale Agency. HO 2-0813. APARTMENTS—3 new apartment! .» for rent: no children, all modern kitchens. Call at 1108 East 5th St. FURNISHED HOUSES ATTRACTIVE 3 room upstairs apt. Full bath, private entrance. Mew- ly 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. Garage. Heat and water furnished. HO 5-2402. 3 ROOM furnished house. HO 2-48fll. 3~ROOM~furnishei house. East Alton. Couple only. CL 4-1677. S~ROOM HOUSE — Well furnished. Water furnished. Hoi water heater. 134 W 3rd. Roxana. CL 4-0818. FIRST FLOOR APT.—4 rooms and ,--, 4 ROOM HOUSE—Furnished.' 303 Parklane. Wood River, CL 4-0947. 5 ROOMS — Will sub-rent, everything furnished. HO 5-6977. breakfast nook. Water and heat furnished. 1 block from bus. HO 5-8218. The Family of Ray Admire JN MEMORIAM friends and neighbors who were soi cpniSTERED NURSE — Part time! Union work. Free kind during our recent bereave- 0 f f | C e work Written application toj 5-2938. HO 2-7832. ment. Especially Gents Funeral nr Harry Mantz 604 E Bdwy. Noi Home, Rev. Bird, pallbearers, those who sent cards and flowers, or helped and assisted In any way. SALESWOMEN — 30 - 65. excellent earnings. Call AVON. HO 2-4278. STENOGRAPHER—Part time office work. Written application to Dr. Harry Mantr. 604 E. Bdwy. No phone calls. WANTED—Baby sitter, 5 days. One child. HO 5-2897. ANNOUNCEMENTS IN MEMORY—Of Mr. Balls Newell who passed away 5 years ago July 8. 1955: The sun and moon are shining. Upon your silent grave. Beneath It lies the one we loved, The one we couldn't save. Always so true, unselfish and kind. Few In this world his equal you'll find. A beautiful life that came to an i vvANTED Laboratory technician. WANTED — Reliable baby sitter. Days. Must have transportation. CL 4-1307. it HELP WTD.—Male * Fenwltt end. He died friend. LEGAL NO I ICES sold early this year, is next ', man Privett will leave Sunday . JJ: .=__ atte ,. noon {or Remands, Calif., charging firearms in the city. Police reported Skiner had fired three shots from a .22 caliber pistol at his half-brother, George Harrell, 32, of 306 Fox Stv, Wood River. Rev. Privett and Wife J.O Visit ill West $4,400 apartment remodeling job;scribed pVop~e7ty7'to'-wit': The Rev. and Mrs. W. Free- from real estate °P e «» tor Sidney NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Public Notice is hereby given to all whom It may concern that the City Plan Commission of the city of Alton will hold a Public hearing on Thursday. July 26, 1960. at 7:30 P. M. In the Council Chambers at City Hall, Alton. Illinois, to consider an application for Amendment to Ordinance No. 2811. the zoning Ordinance of the City of Alton. The said Application for Amendment to be heard and considered at said as he lived, everyone's Sadly missed by Wife and Son and Family. time and place In zoning from the citv phnrtpf hv nwontina n li 1 , zomn 8 from R-2 Residential to uit uiy cnarter oy accepting a i R.4 Residential of the following de- requests a change! R-2 Residential to IN LOVING MEMORY —Of Donald Tutt. who passed away 2 years ago today, July 9, 1958: The sun and moon are shining Upon the silent grave. Beneath It lies the one we love, The one we couldn't save. Always so true, unselfish and kind. Few In this world his equal you'll find. A beautiful life that came to an end, He died as he lived, everyone's friend. Sadly missed by Mother, Father. Brothers and Sisters. Wednesday to avoid the addition al 12 per cent interest penalty charge. Lilting of redemptions the deadlines for where tax bills were sold at interest rates earlier in the year at the annual tax sale was made by Miss Hot/ for benefit of taxpayers unfamil- 1 charge of jar with the law regarding de- Bosley. linquenl taxes. ; Immediately after the annual tax sale, the law requires that a! 12 per cent penalty be added to the amount of taxes and costs! due, subject to redempion at the county clerk's office. each six months after the date of the annual tax sale, during the two-year redemption period al- to visit their son-in-law and | daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Holcomb, and family. During their three-week absence, services at Cherry Street Baptist Church, of which the Rev. Privett is pastor, will be in his assistant, Errol J. Ungar at a time when Ungar was a business client of the city He also was charged with con spiracy to obstruct justice by con cocting a fictitious story that the payment was actually made b> his wife, Almira, from her house hold allowance. A llano is a flat, treeless plain Also Ihere is a town in Texai named Llano. lotted, an additional 12 per cent UUerest penalty is added which must be paid if the property it, redeemed. "These penalties are heavy. Applications Due July 31 For State Police Academy SPRINGFIELD (Special)Young men seeking careers ai memberg of the Illinois state police and who wish to be included in the next training class at the State Police Academy must file However, the legislature has 1 «PPl»"»U««« °" or before July 31 found ttiic method the most ef-i^" v William G. Strutton announc fective in inducing tax payment* which, alter alt. are essential to meet expenses ol the taxing bodies throughout Dpunty," Miss Hot* explain- today. Application forms may ob tained by writing to the State Police Merit Board, Centennia Building, Springfield, or by pick ing them up al any ol the 1 NEW ROOFS! ROOF REPAIRS! MNMMUNVILU tHINOLIg Caa't ttbiw by on; CERSMAN M0*ir4 0*1111 State Police district headquarters throughout the state. An applicant must be at leas 21 and not over 33 years of age a the time the application is received and accepted. He must be a citizen of the United States and £ resident of Illinois for at leas two years prior to appointment He must have a high school educa lion or its equivalent, as shown by taking and passing the genera education and development tests with grades approved by the superintendent of public instruction. A prospective trooper must be at leant 5' 9" tall without shoes and not over 6' 4" and roust past certain weight standards related to his height. Also he must pass eye tests for vision and color blindness. Other requirements include possessing a willingness to live in any commun- ty in the state to which he might « assigned. Preference it given to how applicants who have served honorably in U.S. military forces. All qualified applicants will have wrconnal interviews before the Merit Board in either Springfield i- Chicago. Lots Numbered Five (5) and Six (6) in Cox's Re-Subdivision as the same appears from plat thereof recorded In the Recorder's Office of Madison County, Illinois, In Plat Book 18 Page 18; Also a tract of land consist- Ing or 1.093 acres lying adjacent to and West of Cox's resubdlvl- sion of part of Brown and Others Addition to Upper Alton, now Alton. III., also lying West of a certain tract of land conveyed by George M. Levls and Emma G. Levls. to the Trustees of the Young Womens Christian Association of Alton, III., by Qu.lt Claim deed dated October '». 1932, filed January 12. 193?) and recorded in Book 605 Page 50 In the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Madison County, the Tract hereby conveyed being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the southwest corner of the tract conveyed by George M. Levls and Emma G. Levls to the Trustees of the Young Women's Christian Assn. of Alton, as aforesaid: thence N. 3 degrees 30' E. along the west line of said tract a distance of 82.8 ft, to the northwest corner thereof; thence N. 87 de- «reos 35' E. along the north ne of said Y W. C. A. tract a distance of 40.5 feet to the southwest corner of Lot 6 In Cox's Re-SubdIvlslon of part of Brown and Others Add.: thence N. 2 degrees 30' E. along the W. line of lots 1-6 in said Cox'* Re-Subdivision of part of Of 360.95 fl. to the northwest corner of Lot 1: thence N. 87 degrees 31' W along the south line of Lot 45 in Brown and Others Add. to Upper Alton, now Alton, III., a distance of 40.5 ft. to the southwest corner of said Lot 45; thence S. 31 degrees 29' w. a distance of 457.7 ft. to a point on the South line of a tract of land described In Warranty - 1 • - PERSONALS room clerk, collector, communlca tlons equipment salesman, construction estimator, cook, nurses aid, alterer. truck and boot 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. At-. tractive 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' Hospital. 1755 So Grand Blvd., St. Louis 4. Mo. 22 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE COLORED high school graduate ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS — Help! wants day work. HO 2-7132. for the problem drinker. P. O. Box 185. East Alton, HO 2-2712. or HO 5-9237 — 8 RUMMAGE * PASTRY SALES RUMMAGE SALE—Given by First General Baptist Church, East Alton, Saturday, 517 Belle St.. Alton. SOCIETIES and LODGES CHARITY COURT—No. 26 Staled meetiiiR. 7:45 p.m. Honoring pro- tcm officers. Ruth Heap, R. M. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN BLOWN AWAY IN" STORM—Metal umbrella from statue In yard near 12th and George. Phone HO 5-2484. LOST—Black and white toy terrier In Wood River area. 7 months old. Reward. CL 4-0897. LOST—Black and tan hound, male, about 7 years old. HO 5-6001. LOST—Thursday, 2 drafts from Bank of Alton In government envelope. HO 2-0517. LOST—Cherokee boat off Piasa Creek in storm Wednesday evening. Joe Becker. R. R. 1, Box 513, Granite City, TR 6-5362. LAUNDRY WORK WANTED—Called for and delivered. HO 2-0998, WANTED—Baby sitting or llgh housework by young woman. HO 5-6822. CARPENTER — Roofing repair, block and concrete work: painting. Free estimates. Experienced. HO 2-4110. estimates. HO 200 HENRY—2 rooms. New bath I room. Convenient downtown loca tlon. EAST ALTON—3 room*, heat, hot water furnished. Prefer adults. CL _4-4889. ROXANA—3V» room furnished modern house. I adults. $50. CL 4-2348. CARPENTER WORK — Large or email. Free estimates. CL 4-5718. CARPENTER WORK — Roofing, aiding, repairing, remodeling. No job too small. CL 4-8044. UNION CARPENTER — Roof and general repair. Remodeling tt new construction. Kitchen. Free estimates. HO 5-8354 or HO 5-5447. DECORATING FLOOR SANDING And ReflnishlnR. For free estimates call E. Wetsteln. HO 5-1934. | and All utilities furnished. $65. HO 2-3131, HO 2-3226. IN BETHALTO—3 room all modern apartment. Utilities furnUhed. Private entrance and bath, fireplace, large yard. Prefer working couple. DU 4-4962. NICE 3 room apt. Private entrance and bath. Hot and cold water furnished. $50 month. 806 Center, East Alton. III. CL 4-8655. 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. WOOD RIVER—631 N. 3rd St. 4 rooms, gas heat, no basement. To Inspect dial CL 4-3893. Evenings. CL 4-7748. BUSINESS PLACES FOR RENT or LEASE — Space In downtown Wood River's busiest store. Excellent for watch repair, optical fitting .etc. Room completely remodeled. 20x14 space. Box 1110. care Telegraph. INTERIOR and exte~rior painting.! NORTH ALTON — Clean apt Prj 25 years' experience. Joseph; vate -, Em1ra ° c . e "I* 1 batn A " utl! Pankey. CL 4-9098. ! Itles furnished. >75. decorating NICE HO 2-3787. INTERIOR-EXTERIOR Patch plastering, removing wall paper. No job too small. HO 2 INTERIOR, exterior painting, decor atlng. Wallpaper removed. Free estimates. HO 2-3141, HO 2-0871. PAINTING—Paper hanging * pate plastering. CL 9-2267. RADIO — TV REPAIR COMPLETE new high-gain antenna installed. $25.00. Fast, dependabl service. Bills TV. HO 5-1155. WANTED — General housework Mon., Tues. HO 5-1039. WOMAN WANTS WORK 3 or 4 days Phone HO 2-55,74. ^^ FINANCIAL » BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BARBER SHOP for sale. HO 5-8708 CAPE" FO~R~TEASE" — Eouipmen for sale. Downtown Wood River Ferguson Hotel building. 25 W Ferguson. Exceptional opportunity jlolm Berlgan. CL 4-0168. G7E~c'6iN LAUNDRY available in Alton. Wood River Area. A-l loca tlon. adjoining super market. 10<", down. Plenty of parking. Call HO 5-9278 for information. 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 5-3452. ..Jed in Book 7«0 Page 405. In the o/flce of the Recorder of Deeds of Madison County. III.; thence S. U degrees 07 r E. a distance of l«81 ft. to the place of beginning; all being situated in the City of Alton. County of Madison and State of nil All persons Interested _ .. quested application for rezoning wll >e afforded an opportunity teard at said pu ' LOST In Mlddletown. white female collie, twelve weeks old puppy.! tan color on both ears. Name It I "Snowball." Children's pel. Re ' ward. Phone HO 2-2701. LOST—Dog named "Val."~Medfum size, brown and while. Collar with Florissant Mo. tag. Reward. Un Iverslty 4-7024. LOST—Liver and white female, lemon and white male pointers. HO LOST—Brown leather key case, on Edwards.. Jersey or Washington. HO 5-2985. STRAYED - July «tb - W WIRE HAIRED TERRIER — vicinity. Jerseyvllle M6T.RII. Dow ANNOUNCEMENTS Dat day Alton. ited at of July, i960 /S/ VALUABLE FRANCHISE Available for appointed person. Ex 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. $3.000 required $11.000 gross profit 1st year, based on minimum sales. For complete details write Box 1100 care Alton Evening Telegraph. $150 WILL BUY our established bus Iness and equipment. In good lo cation with parking space. Store completely stocked with Items on consignment. Call at 1114 Norin Main. Edwardsvllle. Hour* 8-8, ANNOUNCEMENTS TV Antenna Down? Check our low rates — guaranteed Installation or complete do-lt-your self kits for the handy man. Merli TV 414 South Central. Roxana CL 4-8560 > tl STORAGE — MOVING ACROSS THE STREET ACROSS THE NATION H. A. NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE LOCAL ft LONG DISTANCE Itll Waahincton Ave. Dial NO J-*H8 AERO MAYFLOWER Sloan's Moving'* Storage Co. Exclusive Age»t Local It Long D!it«nee Moving Warehouse and Fenced Lot storage Prte Estimates - No Obligation Phone HO I-MI7 . JM E Bin RENTALS 41 SLEEPING ROOMS FERGUSON HOTEL Clean, comfortable room*. Special weekly rate* for working men. Building completely rei Air-conditioned lobby with W. Perguion, Wood River. LARGE it SMALL with fan; private Alby. HO 5-9404. sleeping room entrance. 711 MODERN—Newly phone It living room Close In. 123 E. Sth. «4 privileges ROOM—2 blocks from downtown Wood River. Private entrance. CL 4-3947. ANNOUNCEMENTS I am pleaMd to anaouuw toe awoeiatlon of Oa/y ttrow matt witb me. MJITON IOAB to FUa Dept, BUMs J. Woeta* Pup, 3-RM. APARTMENTS — Newly decorated. Utilities furnished. HO 5-2274. UNFURNISHED 3 rooms and bath. 132 month. 103 E. Maple, Hartford. SPACE FOR LEASE { Wilihire Village Shopping j Center AREA 20x30—Ide«) for professional { person, shoe repair. TV repair or 1 radio shop. Immediate location In good commercial area. Call Walter A. Hale Jr. HALE REALTY CO. East Alton. CL 4-8119 VERY NICE clean unfurnished up- stair* apt. Floor coverings. Venetian blinds, bath, large closets, cabinets, private. All utilities paid. Adults. $55. 926 Whltelaw, Wood River. CL 4-6379, CL 4-9600. WOOD RIVER — 7th and Madison. | 2nd floor. 4 rooms, modern. Heat and water furnished. $55. Phone CL 4-4354 or HO 2-4351. IFOR RENT—Location on bus corner in East Alton, near Hill Bros drug store, band, building and loan. Reasonable. Reply to Box 510 care Telegraph. il OFFICE * DESK BOOM WORDEN APARTMENTS — Office. 1103 Washington. 2 room efficiency. > — Range, refrigerator, blinds, water *4 furnished. Now available. building, downtown Alton. Suitable for professional and business. Also meeting hall, will remodel. HO WANIED TO RENT 46 FURNISHED APARTMENTS 2 ROOMS—First floor. HO 2-1262. Adult* only. 2 ROOM downstairs furnished apt. 503 Dr. Inquire 303 Park Lane, Wood River. CL 4-0947. 3 BEDROOM HOUSE In nice rest?.?,?."*', area of Alton or nearby. Will-sign lease. Call Miller. HO 5-6683 daytime. YOrktown 5-3069 St. Louis, nights. 2 ROOM furnished apt., close In. Wood River. All utilities furnished. $30 month. HO 2-9877. 3 BEDROOM modern house, reasonably priced. Family being trans- Jerred to Alton. No small children. Call 8512, Lltchfield, or write Edward E. Roach, P. O. Box 177, Lltchfield, III. '' 2 FURNISHED ROOMS — Private entrance. Clean. Utilities paid. Reasonable. 1409 Wlllard or call HO 2-8495. 2 ROOMS—Private entrance, private bath, In Roxana. Utilities furnished Call CL 4-9314. 2 ROOMS — Utilities furnished. $12 per week, Milton area. 3619 Coro nado Dr. 3 FURNISHED — Or unfurnished rooms. 134 Lorena. Wood River. ACROSS FROM GLASS WORKS — modern. A) Dly In rear One room apartment, m unities furnished. Appl; 1713 Bout. HO 5-9126. ALTON—FurnUhed apt. for lady or gentleman. Private bath. Utilities furnished. CL 8-9100. FINANCIAL , you are doing much to suture eeourlty, when you protect your credit atawttflf. Often by arranging » paraooal !•••• i paying off all bUls~ratadf »ttnf . . on* arrival Mb at paae* of mind MK) apMirily. WVU *VM help you *»t up yaur budget MISC. FOR SALE For a Complete Venetian Blind Renalr Service VENETIAN « BUNUS CALL * RUSSELL BLIND * AWNIINOCO, aad me. FINANCIAL • •i i Vocation Cash i jg-^— UIB ! '25 to '800 j Yes, You can take your vacation j now and pay for it later. Get the money bait for expenses, whether you're going away or staying 11.. whether for travel, auto, or | clotbeg-or to paint, repair, and I fix up around the place, j You'll get quick service on senii» hie plans. Gome in, phone or write for immediate information. iae M today! HNAHGt

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