Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 9, 1960 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 9, 1960
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SATURDAY, JULY 0, I960 AL1UN EVENING PAttfc. fti* ilk*** CLEANING VP THE PARK Pfcrk employes Alfred Krfee (center) fend Maurice Isaacs (left), Thomas Lends (In track) and John Staub, spec- ial crew of street department* removing tree limbs from roadside in Rock Spring—Staff Photo. GIANT TREE SPLIT IN STORM Thus elm in Rock Spring Park was by comparison with man in picture uprooted and torn in two by hurricane Staff Photo, last week. State of tree can be gauged Obituaries Mrs. F. Blevins Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Fannie Blevins, 82, a native of Godfrey and a resident of Cottage Hills until 8 years ago when she moved to Pocahontas. Mrs. Blevins died in Randolph County Hospital. She was born Sept. 5, 1877. a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Holliday. Surviving Mrs. Blevins are two gons, Harry Greve of Pocahontas and John Greve of Chicago; two daughters, Mrs. Lillian-Dumphy of Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrs. Mary Schmiz. East St. Louis; 18 grandchildren. 32 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. Mrs. A. Meyers WHITE HALL — Mrs. Agnes Meyers, widow of Peter Meyers, died at 11:20 p.m. Friday in Hilltop Haven Nursing Home where •he had been a patient since July of- 1958. She was 80. A native of Greene County, Mrs. Meyers was born Oct. 11, 1880- Ste wag married to Peter Meyers July 5, 1889. Her husband died June 4,1958. Mrs. Meyers was a member of Hillview Baptist Church. Before entering the nursing home Mrs. Meyers had resided at Hillview. Surviving are four sons, Curry Jacksonville; Earner, White Hall; OUT FLOWHt Fliral Mcmbtr it'f T»lt9f«ph Ofllvary Allocation ' LBO WILLIS, SB. LBO WILLU. JB- Alton Floral W1H HDt-MH Raymond. Allerton, Iowa, and Lawrence, Hillview; a daughter, Mrs. Rose Munzy, Gary, Ind., 13 grandchildren; 13 greatgrandchil- dren, and one great-great-grandchild. She also leaves a number of nieces and nephews. The body is at Dawdy Funeral Home pending -funeral arrange ments. Shewmakelnfant Graveside rites for Patricia Lynn Shewmake, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Car Shewmake of 3011 Edgewooc Ave., were conducted at 11:10 a m. Friday in Valhalla Memoria Park by the Rev, Curtis Eaker pastor of Pleasant View Baptist Church, East Alton. The baby died Wednesday in Alton i Memorial Hospital one day after birth. Prior to committal rites the body was at Staten Chapel. Surviving in addition to her parents are a sister, Pamela Lee; a brother, Carl F. Jr., two half-sisters, Mrs. Earl Smith, Alton, and Marsha Diane Shewmake, Alton; the paterna grandmother, Mrs. Mabel Shewmake, Alton; the paternal grandfather, Oscar F. Shewmake, East St. Louis, and the maternal grandmother, Mrs Rose Frazier, Fredericktown, Mo. Mrs. S. Monahan MEDORA - Relatives here received word of the death of Mrs. Sadie Monahan of Havana, a former resident of Medora. and a telephone operator here in her early young womanhood. She was the widow of D. E. Monaljan, who died last January. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. in Him* m«l Funeral Home, Havana. The former Sadi* Goodwin, she was married here to D, E. Monahan, a former agent for CARRIE HOLLAND Services i:QO P.M. Monday la the ohaptl, Rev, Leonard Todd officiating. Burial in Upper Alton Mrs. Anna Balster's Rites Held Thursday With the Rev. E. J. Kolb officiating funeral rites for Mrs Anna R. Balster were conducted Thursday at 1 p.m. in Trinity Lutheran Church. The Rev. Reuben Baerwald officiated at the i rites at the church and at Upper Alton Cemetery where the body was interred. Casketbearers were Walter and Alfred Renken, Adolph Miller, Donald Luedeke, Melvin Haycraft, and Rubert Turner. A sister, Mrs. Harry Renken, died in 1942. Funeral Rites Held For George Bruns Following funeral rites in 2Son Lutheran Church, Bethalto, the body of George Bruns, 91, of Bethalto, was taken to Bunker Hill for interment in Bunker Hill Cemetery. The Rev. E. J. Kolb officiated at the rites. Pallbeareres were Harry Homm, Herman Helmkamp, Frank Deist, William Neunaber, Ted Price, and Elmer Heeren. William Heeren's Funeral Rites Held Funeral rites for William C. Heeren, 80, of Bethalto, were conducted at 2 p.m. today in Zion Lutheran Church by the Rev. E. J. Kolb. Interment was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Raymond, Elmer, and Leroy Harris, Charles Bernnardt, William Harvill, and Ralph Schuette. the C.P.&St.L. Railroad, at Medora. Following their marriage they resided la Medora until W38 when they moved to Havana. Surviving are three daughter!, Mrs. Wayne Bearce, Havana; Mrs. Lloyd Bortel, Champaign; and Mrs. Percy Craggg, HQQB> ton, Tex.; a brother, Ralph W. Goodwin, Milwaukee, Wis., and a Utter, Mrs. Ulllan Armjtrong, Creek, Nebr. TREE TORN FROM HILLSIDE This giant oak was torn out of the hillside in the valley, alongside the driveway, in Rock Spring Park.—Staff Photo. ANNOUNCEMENTS PUtttC WOTTCE BMs win be received by Memorial Airport Authority to remove demolished metal hunger bnlldlnts. Contact manager for details. Bids to be in the Airport An- thorttle-s Office by S P. M. Tmtri- day, July M, 1WO. Civic Memorial Airport Mark E. Jacobean. Chairman Authority. July s. 9 NOTICE OP CtAIM OATS Notice Is hereby given to alt Mr- sons that the first Monday in August. iMO, u the Claim Date injhe estate of AMOS ptsHBft ELLIOTT, Deceased, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County. Illinois, and that claims may be fifed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of summons. Dated this 27th day of June. 1900. OEOROENE ELLIOTT. Administratrix Attest: DALE HILT. Probate Clerk. WISEMAN A HALLETT. Attorneys. US Market Street, Alton. Illinois. July 2, *, IS STEEL FINGERS ADDED TO HIGHLIFT Four steel "fingers" welded to the bucket of a highllft increased its branch-carrying capacity by two times to speed the pick-up of last week's storm debris. The highlift operator, James Purlee, scoots it under a pile of branches lying on Salu street and brings it up with a full load.—Staff Photo. Mrs. Heckman's Rites Conducted Friday Funeral rites lor Mrs. Fannie Heckraan, 84, were conducted Friday at 2 p.m. in Staten Chape by the Rev. C. L. Gruver, pastor of Alton Gospel Tabernacle. Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Charles Gil more, Olen Craigmiles, Philip Warren, David Heckman, Charles Kopsie and Arthur Struess. A daughter, Mrs. Gene Woodson and a son, Claude Heckman, who had been in Florida on vacation and were unaware of their mother's death arrived home just 20 minutes previous to the rites and were present at the service. Efforts to locate them follow- ng the death of Mrs. Heckman nad been fruitless. Announce 3 Free Lectures At Alton SlU Three free lectures on three uccessive Wednesdays will be ffered at Alton SIU chapel at p.m., starting next week with Modem Turkey," by Dr. John lockwell. Dr. Rockwell recently spent wo years in Turkey on a Full- right lectureship. "Students and public are cor- ially invited," announced Dr. Cameron Meredith, head of the lU-Southwestern education division and chairman of the lee- ure series committee. Dr. Rockwell is visiting lee- urer in psychology at the Alin campus. Huck Finn of Hannibal, Mo." is the title of the second lecture, uly 30, to be given by Dr. Nidi- las Jopst, bead of the humanities division. Dr. Joust, former assistant editor of Poetry Magazine, to on the English faulty in Alton. The last lecture on July 27 will eature Dr. and Mrs. Dimeter Wassen, who will discuss their experiences during and since their residence in Communist territory in a talk they gave in combination, called "The Mod- rn PUgrlms." Mw, Waisen will alto sing Austrian SORJS. Dr. wen teaches in the business division. 3 Ayta* Damaged in Eait End Collision Three automobile* incurred damage, And OBJ driver wu •d as slightly Injured, as the result of a solution in E. Broadway at Spring gtreet at f;ft} .m. Friday. The vehicle* in the wraih wer» listed by police sj t coup* in whleh Qrovtr Jtokson, 88, of m Dry at, started a turn from Spring into Broadway, and 4 Youths Picked Vp for Alleged Burglary A ttenipt Bell Retires E. Diestelkamp Alton police acted to empha size the responsibility of parents after four boys, 16, were picked up for an alleged attempt j to burglarize the Malcolm Redman store at 1602 Belle St. about 5 a.m. today. The case would not only be referred to juvenile probation officers, police officials said, but the parents, or a supervisory relative of each of the boys would be charged with a violation of the city curfew ordinance by allowing the boys to be on the streets. The ordinance sets a night period from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. when juveniles are forbidden to roam the streets. The attempt at entry to the Redman store was reported to the police by a resident near the business place. He had nabbed one of the boys, but the teenager got away from him when he made the call to the police station. With the informant's assistance, police rounded up this boy and a companion, and also took in two others. One boy, they said, admitted that the hree boosted him up to attempt entry to the store by a transom over a door. After questioning, three of the buys were released to their mothers, the fourth to an uncle, all of whom were directed to eport back to the police station ater in the day. Approach of a police car driven by Cpl. Walter Conrad apparently frustrated a battery heft from a parked oar at 1820 Belle, two blocke from the Redman store, at 3 a.m. today. Cpl. Conrad halted when he observed the hood on the parked oar had been raised. He found the frame of the battery container had been removed. Miss Bernice Armstrong, owner of the car, came from her home Just as the police car stopped. She said she tad stepped out to investigate « ioise that had aroused her and ressed belle( ^ thieves had ust (led the scene. A wheel and me had been stolen, from the Armstrong car only last Tuesday, police recalled. A PLUM OF A PWWBCT NEPTUNE, N. J. 9 - Joseph Curto is proud of the wild plum ret he transplanted to hi* garden some 35 yeara ago. But he doesn't call it a plum tree anymore. The tree, through succejMtuI grafting, now bean ohenriei, )lus, peaoJiM and westbound cars on Broadway driven respectively by Rosa, mary Meyer of Granite City and f,y Mrs. Gayneli Suhindewolf of Mechanic St. Edward J. Diestlekamp, Got ^j/rey, has retired from Illino Bell Telephone Co. after aJmo.s 43 years servic Dieselkamp ha been communi cations Main t e n a n c e man for the company's plant de partment in Al ton. Born in St Louis Diestelkamp began his career with th Southwestern Bell Telephoni Co. in 1911. From 1916 to 1923 he worked with the Kinloch Telephone Co. in Alton. He came to Illinois Bell as wire chief at Collinsville in 1924 and was transferee! to Alton in 1939. Diestelkamp and his wife Kathryn, have two marriec daughters, Patricia of Alton and Katherine of Glenview His son-in-law, James S. Bell, io the manager at the Illinois Bell Telephone Co. office In Evans ton. GAAC Members Hear Discussion On Utility Tax A special meeting of the jAAC Legislative Committee and GAAC membership is slat ed for Thursday, July 14, at Hotel Stratford. Subject for the discussion will be the proposec utility tax scheduled for introduction at the July 13 City Council meeting. is "The purpose of the meeting to give all GAAC member* laving opinions on the proposed tax an opportunity to presen their views," the announcemen said. Joseph Russo and Robert Ry an, legislative committee cochairmen, said: "We will be isrticularly interested in hear ng from large utility users HS o the estimated cost to them at the proposed 5 per cent tax." Coiittideriug Marriage; She's 100, He'a 72 WIDNES, England (AP)-PoUy ftynn announced tonight she is PwoaU's offer considering Tom Of marriage. Polly will ba 100 next Tuesday Tom is 72. "Tom has proposed severe times, but I am never able to tel whether he is serioua," Polly giggled. "He last proposed a few days ago, but I turned him ou, of th* house. "Now I am oat 10 sure." NOTICE OF PUBtIC HEARING Public notice Is hereby given that the City Plan Commission of the City of Alton will hold a Public Hearing In the Council chambers at City Hall, Alton. Illinois on July 1», 1980 at 7:30 P M.. O, S. T.. for the purpose of rezonlng the following described property which has been recently annexed to the City of Alton, namely: Beginning at the NE corner of Lot No. 13. Block No. 2, Altm Slta Subdivision, said point being also In the West Corporation line of the City of Alton: thence Northerly along the West line of said subdivision, being also the Westerly Corporation line ,of the City of Alton. 372.88 feet: thence Westerly parallel to the North line of the Western Military Academy property. 370 feet, more or less, to' the Northeasterly right-of-way of the O. M. ft O. R. R.: thence Northwesterly along said right-of-way line to the east line of Seminary Road: thence Northerly and Easterly along said East line to the South line of Agnes Street; thence continuing Northeasterly along the East line of Seminary Road, now being also the Westerly Corporation line of the City of Alton to the NW corner of the First Addition to Forest Hills Place Sudlvlslon: thence Easterly along the North line of said subdivision, being also the Northerly corporation line of the City of Alton, to th« East line of Rodger? Avenue; fhence Northerly along said East line to the North line of Section 6. T5N. R9W; thence Westerly Along said North tine of the Westerly right-of-way line of State Aid Route No. 4. thence Southeasterly along said right-of-wuy line to the Intersection with the Easterly extension of the North line of the First Addition to Falrvlew Subdivision; thence Westerly along said Easterly extension to the North line of said Subdivision; thence continuing Westerly along the North line of said Subdivision, and Its extension Westerly, to the West line of Section «. T5N, R8W; thence South along said West line to the Southwesterly right- of-way line of the C. M. * O. R. R.; thence Southeasterly along said right-of-way line, being also the Northerly corpor- atlon line of the City of Alton, to the East line of the Alton Municipal Golf Course property, thence continuing Southeasterly along said right-of-way line to the Northwesterly right-of-way line of State Aid Route No. 4: thence Southwesterly along said right-of-way to the Intersection with the Northerly corporation line of the City of Alton, thence Easterly. Southerly and Easterly along said corporation line to the point of beginning. Situated in the County of Madison and State of Illinois. All persons Interested In the re toning of the above described prop erty will be afforded an opportunity to be heard at the time and place of said meeting. Dated at Alton. Illinois this 8th day of July. I960. CTTY PLAN COMMISSION By: /S/ P. W. DAY. Chairman of City Plan Commission of Alton ANNOUNCEMENTS CARD w tibwn. WS WISH tt) tXVntg 9BT and gpTrtctttWn » f«gt friends «nd netgnbor* for generosity during nty oeorge _._„.Agg ttwtr IN mttMOBJAM IN MEMORY — Of Wm. Frtnlt Brummer. killed at Western Cert- ridge Co., July 10. 19J3: Missed sadly by M» Wife IN MEMORY OF Mary <t«tl»etMte Scrloner. who died 5 years ato today. July 9. I cannot say, and will not say. That she Is dead—she Is just away. With a cheery smile and a ware of hand She has wandered into an unknown land And let us dream how very fair If needs must be Since she linkers there & you o you Who the wildest year for an old time step ft the glad return Think of her fondly on as dear In the love of There at the love of Here. Sadly missed by, Mother. Dad. Sister and Brother. IN LOVING MEMORY — Of Donald Tutt. who passed away 2 years ago today. July 0, 1988: 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 Ststere. EDUCATIONAL QUALIFIED tllACrt* ^lenSr**-- jUA MK Wi IT HELP WANTBB — MAI* ACCOUNTANT -*A<D«tBf. manager and ban* tra route sales, track mechanic, way man Others ism month. American Employment. 2W Plata. FIELD RePRfiSBNTATtVft-1.1 «T 3 years college. Salary o«en. Age 23 to 30. American ErnployiB»m, 209 Pl"a. _ MELP mission basis service, call ' MAN now emttteyea Ojf7 opening to better MffUt eeriwic* nec«ss*ry. We 3 MEN WANT1D For local positions to sell Md service our appliances. Car MJP- ful. Write Employment Manager. 814 Illinois Ave.. E. St. Louis, fll. NEEDED—Part-Hm* men, married only. Phone DU 4-11TS. PERSONALS ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinker. P. O. Box 185. East Alton, or HO 5-9237 — HO 2-2712. t SOCIETIES and LODGES WANTED — Senior In pharmacy school. Will arrange schedule to meet school. Opportunity for advancement. Good pay. Writ* Box S20. care Telegraph. WANTED—Registered pharmacists. State of Illinois. Excellent pay. working conditions. New modern shopping center. Write Box 800 care Telegraph. IS HELP WANTED —FEMALE BEAUTICIAN WANTED—Call 348-W days or 388-w evenings. Jerseyvllle. COMPTOMETER—Dictaphone, IBM typist, stenographer. Inventory clerk, medical stenographer. Mies ladles, waitresses. Others $378 mo. American Employment. 208 Plasa. LADY to care for 2 children la our home. HO 5-3868. CHARITY COURT—No. 28. Stated meeting. 7:45 p.m. Honoring pro tern officers. Ruth Heap, R. M. 1* LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN LOST—Thursday, 2 drafts from Bank of Alton In government en velope. HO 2-0917. LOST—Cherokee \ boat off Plas Creek In storm Wednesday evening Joe Becker, R. R. 1, Box 513 Granite City. TR 6-5262. LOST In Mlddletown. white femal collie, twelve weeks old puppy tan color on both ears. Name I "Snowball." Children's pet Re ward. Phone HO 2-2701. LOST—Brown leather key case, o Edwards. Jersey or Washington HO 5-2085. STRAYED — Brown, white collie male, year old, near State street Name "Laddie." HO 2-7595. STRAYED — July 4th — Wood Rlv er area. Small female Mancheste Terrier. Black with white chest Answers to FRISKIE. Reward Ph. CL 4-0033. WIRE HAIRED TERRIER — Dow vicinity. Jerseyvtlle 2957-R11. II NOTICES NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Public notice Is hereby given that the City Plan Commission of the City of AJton will hold a public hearing in the Council Chambers at City Hall. Alton, Illinois on July 26. I960 at 7:30 P. M.. D. S. T.. to consider a request for amendment to Ordinance 2911, the toning ordin ance, to include clothing and gar ment manufacturing and other slm liar light Industry under C-4 Central business District. Any persons interested In said amendment will be afforded an opportunity to be heard at said Public Hearing. Dated at Alton. Illinois this 8th day of July, 1960. CITY PLAN COMMISSION By: /S/ P. W. DAY, Chairman of City Plan Commission of Alton NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice Is hereby given that the City Plan Commission of the City of Alton will hold a public hearing In the Council Chambers at City Hall, Alton. Illinois on July 26, I960 at the hour of 7:30 P. M., D. S. T., to consider a request for rezon- ng, under Ordinance 2911 of the City of Alton, of the following described property from R-4 Reslden- Ion to C-2 Commercial: All of Outlet Number One In Curran's Addition to the City of Alton. That said above described property Is situated immediately southwesterly of the Intersection of Elm Street with Alby Street. All persons Interested in the re* coning of said above described property will be afforded an opportunity to be heard at said time end place. Dated at Alton, Illinois this 8th day of July, I960. CITY PLAN COMMISSION By: /S/ P. W. DAY. Chairman of City Plan Commission of Alton PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given 'by the IVIC MEMORIAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY, Madison County. Illinois, that a Tentative Budget and Approbation Ordinance for said author- ty for the fiscal year beginning June 1. I860 and ending May 31. 1961 has been prepared at the direction of the Board of Commissioners of said authority and will be on file and conveniently available to public iigpecUon at the Administration Building on the airport site on the Jast Alton-Bsthalto Road In the of- Ice of said authority, for at least 10 days prior to the public Rearing terelnafter specified and to filial action thereon. Notice is further given hereby that a public hearing on said Bud"*,?. i 10 ? ,. A ?P r .?K' a J lB A ftrci^SFf will be held It T:M p. M. (C.DJ.T.) oa «h» Jlih day oTjulv. 18MI at the Administration Building on the airport site on the Bast Alton-Bethalto fload In the office at tut authority, Dated the 9th day of June. ifXW Mark E. J»ooa»oo, La«li* A. Cotton, Clyde DeflarUa, TO PUCE YOUR AD DIAL HO S444I Alton Evtninf Ttlif rapb Clatsifiid Ad Ratis Quick Aetira - Low Cost Hera IB How Too CM Us* TELEGRAPH WANT ADS Sample Ad: THIS IS A THREE LINE AD—An ad this sita contains about fifteen average words. AN AD THIS SIZE COSTS ONLY $8.84 tor 7 Day* $2.40 for 4 Days 75o for One Day Sample Ad: THIS IS A FIVE UNB AD—Coa talnlng about 25 words, offering space for more Items, or more complete description of articles Place your ad today. AN AD THIS SIZE COSTS ONLY: SS.M tor 7 Day* for i Dr-yg $1.20 tor 1 Day Minimum Space M Words Schedule ads for 7 or 4 insertions tor best results and tower rates Alternate insertions are charged at lie one time rate. Ads stopped before expiration are charged only for the number of days run at the rate earned. Card of Thanks or Memorlam Notices—$1.50 for 20 words or less >lus 5c a word for each word over In oaee of error—advertiser must make correction before second Insertion. All advertising Is subject to the approval of the publisher. Copy received before 11 A. M. la published same day. The Classified Department Is open from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. The following ads are payable n advance: Situations Wanted: Not Responsible Notices. You can charge all other ads If you are listed In the phone book or City Directory. TOR FAHT, OOUHTKOUI HELP IN PLACING VOIW AD-OB FLRTHBft INFORMATION -CALL HO 5-6641 ^,^^^tf^*S spoons, puneii bowl reatsl; Tm SUSTOM HAV BAUN<£L'pV NOTICE—T» s«ad«rs will haul * " y W* RENTAL PHOTO EOUIPM6NT Slide cameras and projectors; snun cameras «ni projeetors: Itnun sound projectors,^scraans. •»., g tape recordirs. FOSTERS DRUG STORE .ALTON'S PHOTO 330 B. Broadway — TREES TRIMMED * Remov. ed. Free ettimetet. 10 yean experience. Cell Normen Prlteherd CL 4.47*6 IRS — Prepare /or us io crams nltles IA sUMM RIDER WANTED—To our. Work *•*, HO pel- FORTHfHOU&f YOU OESIRaV CONSULT CU&SiflCATlON ft REGISTERED NURSE — Part Mma office work. Written application to Dr. Harry Mantz. 604 E. Bdwy. No phone calls, please. SALESWOMEN — 30 • «s. excellent earnings. Call AVON. HO a-437». STENOGRAPHER—Part thnt office work. Written application to Dr. Harry Mantz. 604 E. Bdwy. No phone calls. WANTED—Baby sitter. 8 days. One child. HO 5-2897. ' it HELP WTD.—Male * FamaH> 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 profssslonal nurses for general staff duty. 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' Hospital. 1755 So Grand Blvd.. St. Louis 4. Mo. SALESMEN PART TIME FOR SHIFT WORKERS $30 • $80 for 20 hours. Mornings er evenings; can rotate hours; must have good work record, be permanent resident of this area, settled, married: need not Interfere with present employment. Interview Monday. July 11, 7 p.m. only. ASK FOR RALPH MILLER PERSONNEL OFFICE 6l5'/2 E. Broadway Alton 21 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE YOUNG MAN wants farm work. DU 4-6711. SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE COLORED high school graduate wants day work. HO 2-7131. LAUNDRY WORK WANTED—Called for and delivered. HO 2-OSet. WOMAN WANTS WORK 3 or 4 days. Phone HO 2-5574. FINANCIAL 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BARBER SHOP for sale. HO 54708. CAPE FOR LEASE — Equimntfit for sale. Downtown Wood River. Ferguson Hotel building, 28 W. Ferguson. Exceptional opportunity. John Berigan, CL 4-0168. G.E. COIN LAUNDRY available in Alton. Wood River Area. A-l location, adjoining super market. \0'/« down. Plenty of parkins. Call HO 5-9278 for Information. SALE or LEASE-—Restaurant. Open 34 hours. Doing good business. Good location for drive in. Write Box 1140, care Alton Evening Telegraph. VALUABLE FRANCHISE Available for appointed parson. Excellent opportunity to expand. High profit margin field. Selected person will be part of an industry with S ross sales extending IN million ollars in 1869, safoo required. $11,000 gross profit 1st year, based on minimum sales. For complete details write Box 1190 care Alton Evening Telegraph. PERSONAL SERVICE S> DRE»SMAKINO~ TAILORING CUSTOM MADE SUP COVERS ""• 1 " m ' r CUSTOM UPHOLSTERIN0 — Slipcovers, (trap**. HO 3-am LADIES * CHILDREN'S dmsM. drapes, double breasttd suits made sinal*. CL 44ST*. LETA'S Alteration Shop, opening July » at 90S Flags St. . Leu Pycus, Manasfr, BUSINESS SERVICE ACCOMMODATING AIL AREAS HAMPSBY'S SEWER SERVICE HO 8-1012 —CL 4.0813 HO ^Sr^Krffl^ ls m flrS^Hol^ir 1 * gfc> *'"^ illlJNWATfiRT HO Ml

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