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TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1900 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NO! ICES NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed, proposnln for the rorwriic- tlon of Section 20-WQ-C.S in thn Village of Enst Alton will be re celvced at the Office of the VlllHRe Clerk until 2:00 O'clock P. M. (COST) .tuly 2. r i. I9ftn and al that time publicly opened and read. The work consist* of widening the existing pavement by the ronstrtic tlon of P. C. Concrete Base Course Widening, and construction of a Type 4 Curb, Bituminous Resurfacing and Incidental constrtirtlon. Plans and Proposals may be obtained from Ihe Municipal Clerk upon deposit of SI. 1 !.00 which will be refunded to actual bidders win re- 'urn same In good condition within five (B) days of bid opening All proposals must be accompan led by a bank cashier's check, or bnnk draft, or certified check for not less than ten per cent fin-;) of the amount of the bid or In accordance with the schedule as provided In the "Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction" prepared by the Department of Public Works and Buildings of the State of Illinois, The President and Board of Trus tees reserve the right in reject any and all bids and to waive technical Hies. By order of the President and Board of Trustees. LAWRKNCF. DARR. Village Clerk July 13. 18, 21 STAT~r-f OP 7 ILLINOIS ILLINOIS COMMERCE COMMISSION In Ihf iniiltcr of the Applica- ) tlon of Citizens Coach Curnpa- ) nv. Inc . un Illinois Corpora- ) lion, for an Immediate in- ) crease of f;ire», ) Congo Asks Aid From U.S. Troops LEOPOLDVTLI.E, The Congo (AP)— The Congo government today asked the United States to send an armed force of 3,000 men to help restore law and order in the strifo-torn republic. Reporting this 1o the Associated Press, Belgian Minister Gansjiof vanrlerMeprsrh said the plan was that Americans would serve with Belgian and fongoU-so troops under a joint command. It is not intended at present, he said, that there should be 'one supreme commander of the force. Van der Meersch said U.S. Ambassador Claire Timberlake has been askefl by the Congo government formally to pass its request for the American troops to Wa«h- Africa, wmild have tremendous political repercussions. Presumably the Congolese and the Belgians are aware of this, and feel that the emergency is such that the risk is justified. The Belgian minister explained that at present the combined force is intended to be used only in I^eopoldville, the capital, and the Mated!, Boma and Bakongo arms. Matadi and Boma are the country's two main ports. Their maintenance is essential for the life of the newly independen! state. The Bakongo area, home of (he Bakongo tribe Is principally around Leopoldville. The government of the strife- lorn young republic earlier asked the United Nations to intervene to restore order, Negro troops rebelled against their white officers last week. The United States Monday alerted troops in West Germany for possible duty in the Congo and said the decision on whether they would be used was up to the U.N. This apparently was to avoid giv- School Board Approves Purchase of New Ground of Grains KDWARDRVILLE — Purchase of one acre, immediately west of new LeClalre School fot $6,000, was approver! b> Community Unit School District 7 Board of Kducation M<m- day night. The hoard also voted to enter into an option agreement foi purchase of approximately 12 acres immediately north and past of New LeClarie school site. Both tracts are owned by Mrs. Alfred Raul. A recommendation of Super-1 intendenl A. Gordon l.>odd« thai ' Hartley house instead of the new junior high. Low bids fot various equip tnent. supplies and repairs were accepted by the board. 5 of Stocks Market Lower, Trade Moderate NKW YORK <APi — Aircraft missile stocks and coppers were Wheat, Soybeans Firm to Strong CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat and soyliran futures were in Rood dr- mand todny with firm to strong prices on thr Board of Trade whilf other grains turned mostly (weak. Both wheat and soybeans posted gains of a cent or more at limes. Dealers said flour mill buying was the major strengthening factor in the wheat pit. Soybeans moved up on a renewal of export business Carlot receipts today were esti- i mated al: wheat *3 cnrs. corn 49. !oats 3. rye none, barley 1.1. soy- celohrntrd thrir fiftieth uedrlin* Obituaries Mrs. M. M eehan Mrs Mary L. Meehan. 7S. wife of Thomas P. Meehan. died al 7:30 a.m. today in Mather Nuts- mx Home, where she bar! been n patient for a week. She had resided at 913 rvnighs with her husband for the past 20" years. DaiiL'hter of the late John <ind .Iiilift Brady, she came to the Alton area with her parents as a child. She was horn August 11. 1SS2. in Riverton, 111. A lifetime member of SS Peter * Pauls Catholic Church on State Street, she and her husband had Florainp Iff.; four daughters. .Mrs. Kmrnn Wright. Mrs. Viola V.'illiams. Mrs. Queen Esthe' 1 Hi' hop. find Mrs. Irla M. Brooks, find thrpp sons, .lames Willie. Odd! nnri Jimius; his mother. Mr< a sister, Mrs. dedication of the ahead in an irregularly lower- new .i»""" r ! stfK . k market today. Trading was ing the Communists an opportune- rj()flfjs snifj ' high school he helri on Sunday, i mof j Prn t P . Oct. 2, was approved. George T. Wllklns. state supt. of public Instruction, will be available for the dedication address then, beans 1. CHICAGO (API — Wheat No. 1 red 1.85: No. 2 red tough 1.82; No. Volume for me day was mated at 2,800.000 shares with 2,920,000 Monday. }l yellow 1.93. Corn. No. 4 yellow *'"! 1.21*4. No oats or soybean sales. Soybean oil 9b-9'«a. Burlev: malting choice 1.15- ington as <|uickly as possible. |ty to charge U.S. intervention in In Washington, State and De-j thf> Congo. , ifense Department officials de- Moscow, however, broadcast a jelined to make any comment on: cnar R e todav fnat ^ United jthe reported request for United ! St «t p s and other Western powers States trofips. Units of the I/jsses of fractions to about nJ2r>; feed S3-1.02. point predominated in the list ofi wheat were in "a monstrous" plot to ij S 24th fnfanlry: takp « wa .v tlw young Congo re, Division based in West Germany i public's independence, achieved •have been on the alert for several from B f ''K' um 12 days ago. NOI If t: Noil'f Is hftihv nivcn nl 'he fil IIIE of ;n> AnpllCHti'in wuh tin- ILLINOIS roMMr RC1-. rOMMISSION by thf umlcrsiKii'-'i for ;in imnvili an- hi-'irjrtK lot :i:\ irn-ifas*-' in faros lo h-' <-h.-«i[!p(l m 'hi- riTI/.I.Nf • (JAf'H COM PAN' Y 'NT for tr:m.s- port.-itiwi ')\ j>,iss''nt''-i'• '.vlthln thf Cllv of Alt<m M;i'li'--in < 'inntv III! II'llH 7'h' |)l <t!m,<-fl l;:t". 1 r»' rts follu'.vs (At l\issi'. In hi v.ilid fot ,i no- <*av pf-riori from dot'- of Ivuir 1 Chlldr'-n UiroiiKli ;nn- 12 vents— $1 00 for 10 rid'' Hi ki-i 2 ChiMn-n OWT -ty n veum — $1 Vi fr.r III rldr- in fo-i »Bi f.-f-ti l-iirc 1 Ailul' liiii-s— 'M i-i-nts per ride. 2 Children thtouuh ;ix" 12 vpars— Ifi n?nt« PT ri'i'' ' TnformMton n^ to lime and place fif henrlnK on this Application may he ttcrviri'tl h\ i ominunicatlng wlttl ill" Seu-1'l..ry ILLINOIS COM- MERCK f'OMMIss/OS SpririKfk'ld Illinois CITI/KNS COACH COMPANY INC Applicant By HOY r. , KRIJPP. President days, awaiting a possible call to the Congo. The 3,000 men request- Jed would constitute more than a I regiment i The sending of American troops (into the Congo, our- of the richest| jand most strategic countries of! High Ixiw Clone Prev.olose 1.83',, 1.82"» 1.82",, 1.82 1.84? s 1.85'i 1.85'g 1.9f) 7 « 1.91U 1.91',4 Also approved was a reuom-; kf)y sl(K ^ K witrl so me chemicals: ni.'ndiHion that tin- southwest-| and drugs mak i ng sharper de-j.Ny ern division of Illinois Associ8-j c ]j nes | Sep lion of School Boards be invit-j { _.. jjns of , rai . tjons , o morp , nan i> c ed to hold its spring meeting 2 points were held by the aircraft- Mar 1.96% Lfcr* 1.9fi'i 1.93-' in the new school. In addition.j m j ss j| P shares in respoase to ex-(May 1,%', 4 1.95 l /i 1.95 : U 1-95 Dodds indicated he would like i pwtations of bigger defense spend-; Corn lo invite the many service or-! jng, heightened by the latest U.S.-Lily ganizations of ihe community'Russian plane dispute. anniversary this past January. Surviving in addition to her husband are. a daughter, Mrs. John B. Woodward of SI Ixjuis: a son. John W. Meehan of Ferguson. Mo.: two brothers. Richard and William Brady, both of California; two grandchildren. Funeral services Mill b( Thursday at 9 a.m. al SS. Peter & Paul's PAGE FIVE Prison Set For Johnson County *• SPRINGFIELD, til. (AP) — A \ 2 nOD-aere area in southeastern selected as the site for a new minimum security building to serve the Illinois penitentiary system. Gov. Stratton. in announcing the selection of the site Monday, said one million dollars would be released immediately for purchase of the land and for planning and construction of the institution near Vienna. The minimum security prison, designed for screened inmates of the penitentiary system, will les- Itiaelle Wiliams and a brother. .lames Lee, all of Alton. Mrs. Lou Rhodes CAKROLLTON In ill health tor some time. Mrs. Lou Brannan Rhodes, wife of Ivan Rhodes of Ochopee. Fla.. died at 12::i() a.m. today in Mt. Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach. She was 45. She was born in Kldred, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Brannan. She is survived, in addition to her husband, Ivan, by two brothers, George Brannan ol Carrollton, Charles. Flldred, five | first new penitentiary facility in '•'sisters, Mrs. Ann Ruyle, Eldred, j Illinois in more than 30 years- King, Hillview, Mrs. I W as selected by the governor after a conference with a delegation sen crowding in the maximum security prisons at Menard. Pontiac and Joliet-Stateville, Stratton said. Ixication of the new prison—the j Gertrude Milton, Berkeley. Mrs. Cora Ludwig, Penn., and Mrs. Ray- from southern Illinois. Heading the !Sep Congolese government acted as it faced the possibility of losing its richest province, Katan-i building so they may take a a ciitdown in the world supply due j Mar 1.18's 1.17 1.18 l.W', 1.17'i 1.16 :1 '» l.lH-"i 1.17' i Burial will Cemetery. he in St. Patrick^ ment.s. to hold one meeting in the new: coppers advanced on fears of; Dec in the southeast. Slate conducted tour of the structure.; to Congo disorders. A proposal Of Burns Nursery Oi | s building materials. and I May Oats 1.16'i 1.16 1.18!a 1.18 Premier Moise Tshombe of Ka- )f) geed tne foo , ba n fif; | d he ,ore :rai | s ' were lower. Steels changed i'!' y iernment of using Communist ANNOUNCEMENTS i methods, said Monday he had set . .. . _ _ _ ._... , accusing the Congolese gov- , ne p| ayin g sea .son at a nominal j little. Autos shaded off on balance. iSep cost was accepted over a propos-i Martin and Co. and North Amer-j Dec: al of Home Nursery Gre«nho\is-i Scan aviation gained about 2 TREES TRIMMED & Remov-! 1 " 5 , 3 stat( ' Dependent of i r I.* i ft • tral government in ed. rree estimate!. 10 j T-hombe 42 a years experience. Call j W(ialtny Ncgro plantat ; on and lha. it will be too late Norman Pritchard I business family, said in a radio! pect a growth of sod CL 4.4766 I broadcast from Elisabethville that; field and that the area will be TREES ToFpEtT— Trimmed, re-1 his Katanga government wants to i seeded more permanently after ; IO * e d . ., ^ r ' '. n .J moved Reasonable (..i. «-697l ;. _.._.. L : _ _,... .„„ _,_.,.„„ „„„„„„ cott and Magma Copper gained s to seed the field extensively. apiece. Gains of a point or bet-th Burnsjter we. scored by Bo^Doj, Oene,a,D yna = ;Mar Mav .70^4 .69s .73 ,74'g .74 .70'6 741771? 2 1.16% .70V4 .744 tne. Anaconda and Phelps Dodge point each. Kenne- Rye Jiy Sep Dec iMar May i form an economic community T mo E vld TR R^on?r77°r P a.et an Fr7e ! with Belgium and wants economic estimates CL 9-63M lTA~ RFDERS WANTED—To 12tii and~De) • fl. HO 2-3276. and military assistance from The Congo's former white rulers. the playing season. The board approved establish- 1.17 l.lri'4 1.16% 1.16% 1.18% l!7'/i 1.18'i 1.18U 1.22% 1.21>/ 2 1.22',i 1.22% 1.25 1.24 >i 1.24% 1.24% 1.23>a 1.24^ 1.25% 1.25 Catholic Church. The Rosary will j . lie recited Wednesdav evening at j J.,','^,, p o nn., and Mrs. Ray- Heading the delegation were Sat Stalen's Kuneral Home ChH- :mondG .j lelandofCottagcH ' ills ! S( . n G(>r(Jon K KeIT ( R. B rook- ^xr;,;ts ;=;, -r-r^t^^v^^^- ™<=s There are no funeral arrange- letters of endorsement for the location from House Speaker Paul Powell tD-Viennai and Rep. Homer Butler (R-Marioni. 8 "Intensive study has been made of possible locations for this new institution, and the Johnson County area was selected as best meet\Vith the Rev. Leonard Todd. |jns a| , crjferia •• Stratton said. 747 -Vomlay in Jersey Community -pastor ol Kvangelical & Reform- j ^p new prison will be operated ' ".Hospital. She was 63. < 1(1 Church, ofticiaiing, funeral;^ a {arm Rut unlike the state Born in Jersey County, July; ntM for Mrs ' Ca ™ e , H "»« nd ;i penal farm al Vandalia, to which '20 1896, Mrs. Ferguson'was a 9( ' were ( ' onc »ucted Monday ati minor of f f , n ders are sent. It will Mrs. L. Ferguson M«. Holland's Rite i" \\ ere Held Mondav JF.RSF.YV1LLE — Mrs. Lida gg-^i^'innie Ferguson, wife of George, 73'« 'V'- Ferguson, died at 1:35 p ni mcnt for fractions. DuPont was of close to 3. Down Soybeans |Jiy 2.12% 2.14% 2.12'i 1 more than 2 were Zenith, Merck,; t CARD OF THANKS. I WISH TO THANK all relative*., nelshhor*, friends who wre so' kind \(t mr- dnririK ni\ r^ci»nt b<* re<ivein<-ni l-.hpr>i-i;illv Smith's Pun cr.'d Home RPV Haerw;ild. 'he organlwf and solMM pallhfarfrs and any v.-hf/ sent i-irds f1ow(-r« mfrmori-'il wrt'fiih^ or assisted In any way Aik'ii* 1 H**nk*»n ' Uaunhter of Mrs Rebeoi-a Haister CiFORflf: BRfNS—We wish to fx- pre?s our -.inrcre thanks rtnd appreciation to al! our relatives., friend* and neixhbors who were ~o kind dunnn our rerent be- re.'ivemeni F-lspfit iallv Wood River Hospital Smlih F-uneral Home,! pastor f-.rvin .1 f'olb p.-iIIbearers, j ^Inger^ and all thos»- who sent! food flowers and memorial-, or as ' .sis'ed in any was* Nieces Mrs Minna Hci-ren, Mrs Ellma Hoernm The FAMILY of Mr and Mrs. R H Henderson wish to thank the hospitals doctors. relative*, triends neighbors, for ail kindness and sympathy durinw the bereavement of Mrs Murxaret Siah! WMl.lAM HRr-:RF-:M—Wr- wish to express our -onrere thanks an<l appreciation to all our relatives, friends and neliihbors v,hn were so kind during our recent bereave mem Especially Alton Memorial Hospital, staff and nurses Smith Funeral Home. Rev Krwin .1 Colb and Rev W. G Brugman pallbearers ushers singers and all those who sem flowers memorials, food, or helped In anv way A special thanks to all of those who assisted us during the Illness of my husband and father Mrs Minnan Heerem. ' Mr and Mrs Warren Cannavan EDUCATIONAL^ I2A INSTRUCTIONS of a kindergarten Harriet Township in Qui i Tshombe said he would wel- j Grow School providing at least, dr0 p ped more than 3 ;come aid from other countries ofj 18 students enroll. i the free world if the Belgians do I not support his I Sep 2.12% 2.13'/ 3 2.12 18 2.12 2.10% 2.12 2.10% daughter of "the late Mr. and l P- m - in G(>nt Chaf)el ' Burial ibe populated by prisoners who Mrs Leonard Cope was in Upper Alton Cemetery. h . UT ,. pfu .h w | rehabilitation stat- Surviving in addition to Her Caskethearera were: Maurice, us af thp maxinium security pris- hircband are four daughters. ( ' raham - ^"W Ho ' land ' lr - : ons at Menard, Pontiac and JoUet- Mrs. Floyd Lemons. Carrollton ; | H a r e v y S s h r o e d e r, Ray Stat eville. Mrs. Robert Pace, Stillvvater.j Rhoades. William Copley, and Mwn np proposed the institu- Okla., Mrs. Leonard Brakeville. j Richard O'Hara. !Jan i Mai- Godfrey, and Mrs. Anderson) Almost perfect Attendance TUCSON, Ariz. <jp> -- Fori rzi.' Practical spare-time traln- Includes maintenance, repair. secession from Premier Patrice Lumumba's central government in Leopoldville, Resolutlons to sel , the Acme :trading then gradually went low-i f . , , Pf .. l Livestock Prices and Smo|a schoo , s nejlher now on e d jte ins by in use. were adopted. Sale of'the aircrafts and coppers. At East St. Louis N'ATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI I (API— fUSDAl— Hogs 13,500; bulk uii 8uv«, u ,,«,i U,U™HU,UV, , c government bonds ad- which meanwhile asked the United b ' , ', ' , , ,„ ,„. ,,,v ,. JIK „ „ ,„ ™ m... Nations to help it regain control <"' ia P"™el were granted advanced. Corporate bonds were u- .>i«ni^u> m,-imed. -*Tiie for'FREE of lts mutinous, rampaging native 3 f' er c ent increase in salary; regular. book l'nlitii>v l-.rtdine^rinK Insti- after it was exnlainerl that the! ruu- Dcpt 90 CD box 1160 care army. dlter ll was expiamerj mat me, jeiegraph. Tshombe accused Lumumba of increase will come from cafet-! ] 9 Selected Stocks 'WOM}•N MAf H A Vnnpi N ^~ MEN using Communist tactics and pro- (> ria income. • foi MOTF a " MANAf'KMENT'a a n3' moting chaos in The Congo, in- Personnel employed included Following are today's 1:30 OPKKATION oniv matured win i dependent from Belgium for only the following teachers: James 'p.m. quotations on 12 New York j 240 Ib barrows and gilts 17.50-1 Oak Grove Cemetery. °" s Mofj'-.r e TRAiNiNn e 12 days. Tilashalski Alm a C. Eilers. I Stuck Exchange issues research 18.00; largely 17.75 down on No. j 'has indicated are widely heldj 2 - 3 140 - 270 Ib 17.25- 75; mixed! by j 140 Ib 13.50-15.75; No. 1-3 sows 4001 meeiin f "-- •--•-• .-i^twhard. Cook & Co., from its)ib down 14.50-15.75; sows over U.S. No. 1-2 barrows and gilts 190230 Ib 18.00-10; large share 18.00; 140 head No. 1-2 200-215 Ib 18.25; mixed grade No. 1-3 and 2-3 180- tion in 1959. Stratton said penal units should be limited to 1,500 2153 4 2.14S 2.15*4 2.14%JLong. Jerseyville; three sons,' Tl . rSf , N A| ,„ ; population. Joliet, Menard, Pon- 218-« 217^218 7 '«217 I ,. l non and Sam, Jerseyville, and; ll ^ feUiN ' A ,U. M - ror , Ua c and the Dwight maximum 2.18,H J.17,8 /.w.« - Ieonard Knn . e . fl bro - her che,.!three years Spotty, a shepherd security unils a | re ady were above trr Cope, Alton, and 13 grand-i d °8' h » d a " erfect attendance |th|s figure ne lloted . cn il dr e n . j«' Menl ° Park school. Stratton said the cost should be The body is at Jacohy Bros i Rain or " nine S P° U >' ^'"^'^ limited to about one million dol- Funeral Home where ' friendsie^ his owners. Linda, Rickey )al . s an amolin t he judged suffi- may call after 7:30 p.m. today, jand Tony Padilla, to school. ', c \pnl to provide buildings and a F'uneral rites will be conduct-' Principal Jacque Fajnum was j 2.000-acre site. TRAINING. 12 days. INC Write box 1200 care Telegraph fur Help Tilashalski, Alma C. Doris L. Price and Mrs. R llt h Ruth ed Thursday at 2 p.m. in the so impressed that while hand-' The last major prison construc- funeral home by the Rev. Har-<ing oui certificai.es at the endjtion in Illinois was at the state- Frazier, pastor of Gospel of the .school term, he showed ajville branch at Joliet in the 1920s. Japan's Onoda Cement Co.. will spend $16.7 million to install a lime process production sys tem. - peatedly for the European popu- EMPLOYMENT ilalion to stay and help run the the board to . Alton branch office. <The New ___________ . __________________________________ nev, nation. Tshomto charged I,u- ; be defiantly said he would ask for i York Exchange closes daily at over 250 Ib ^ 10.50 -75; lighter ;, Ib 14.00-25; mostly 13.25 up; boars rv Tabernacle. Burial will be in special certificate and read the .inscription—"This certifies that Spotty had completed the school 'year, as prescribed by the Board of Education, by attend- |ing school every.day." Funeral rites will be conduct-i Tony was sent out to bring in 17 . HEI ' P WANTED - MALE _ niumba is trying to drive the Bel- more Belgian troops. o years: gians and othpr W<?st E "'' o P eans A Eurt >P e an official reported by 23 toso.iout and supplant them with tech- telephone from Elisabethville to- years' '.':.% p.m. lAJton time), so these j weights 12.00-25. are not the closing quotations):! Cattle 5,000, calves 700; AT&T 89M-; Gen. Motors 44; j a nd choice slaughter steers 23.50- ;'/^ n county" Sanatorium" Bur-! jtd Thursday at 1 m e s Baptist Church for i Frank Lee, 63, of 617 Belle St., three good !\vho died last Saturday in Ma p . m . in St. Spotty for the presentation. ASSISTANT CREDIT Field representative college. Salary open _ A ^: ir : a 'l. I - mploymem . 2fl5 -?J.^°'|nicians from Communist coun-.day that the MAN now employed Car seeking! ^.jp,. , n f u j] control pSh n ence l n«ce?*aM- h we Se wil| N a°Ksr»t!i "After elections, which were: than 75.000 and that "confidence] 10*'^ Shell Oil ?A^; Sinclair j utility and commercial cows 15.50- : W y d ~ F\'inerai"Home"^"Louis Se 1 r lv w^k n need" i fpp?? Fdwardsv'i?! 1 falsified in certain provinces. . .'is being slowly restored." |Oil 39' 4 : Socony 37 3 4; Std. Oil, 17.00; canners and cutters 13.00- : , () thp c h u r c h Wednesday.; S575 " " a central government based on an Katanga, in the eastern Congo, i (Ind.i 37V, Std. Oil, (N.J.) 40'/ s ; 15.5(1; utility and commercial bulls , Friencls may ca ]] at tn e church! MAN TO MANA(,E smaii business extremist majority has been ere- is about the size of Arixona andiU. S. Steel Sl 3 s: Sears 55'i. 118.00-20.00; canners and cutters Spotty, for the first, time in years, had skipped -j school. _______ _ ________ ____________ ........ Belgian, army was j Granite City Steel 35%; Olin 1 26.50 and good and choice heifers ja , wi]) be }n AJton Cemetery, j Read Telegraph Want oft he city of more J Math. Chem. 42: Ovvens-Il I. j an d mixed yearlings 22.00 - 25.00; , The body will be brought from -------------------- i .1 , , i ___ r l .. _ I 4 m . i i~it__il J^v • 1 r\ A t ' . r<:_ ^ 1 ., ;— : , . . . . i _ ._ ___ • 1 _______ -1 ^ Cn ' * " ^ss^^sjs^i^sMSIi»^aa Jit. •h'a^msasli^iMsSl Ads Daily i bV°t??r b Vi!irweTkiv"plus S expense" iated.'' Tshombe said. Utah combined and has a popula- SCP Mr (jr>imv««ux. ill State Em- "The result came quickly. Sol- tion of more than 1.300.000. It pro^'^T^L^!?."'";.^----/^.^'^. " dd »^ themselves'of all duces about 60 to 70 per cent of ^ avc j )<jfjn j nf j u igj n g the new nation's wealth. Its main- start. Phone since Julv 5 Boy Injured 115.00-18.50; good 750 Ib stock after 6 p.m. Wednesday and mjiireu ; - until time of the service. . Larry, 6 son of Mr. and Mrsj steers 24 - 50: S ood and cholce veal ' Mr. Lee had been employed \4 iers 24.00-27.00. few'28.00; standard la , Duncan Foundrv & Machine! of 728 So r n P St was f ^ s f t"e phs *>-™"-<* *»* lb slaughter 6 MONUMENTS — CEM. LOTS •>~or~4-ORAVE LOT—Valhalla Me-' morlal Park 17C—(iarden of; _Chrlstus__CL 4-8756. .FU r>-4!KM 4~GRAVE CEMETERY LOT — At Roselawn Price »3CO. CL 4-M19. Alton area Evergreen 5-S53S. 3 MErTWANTED" local positions to sell : For i Works Inc., for 16 years until ] he became ill seven months ago : ination. threats, brutalities prm-1 other minerals. It is mostly a tem-j ^ddenT in* which" a'~b7cvc"ie on i 2] • 0 °- 25 ' 00 ! ?nd entered the sanatorium. " against European popula- perate plateau and has consider- ^ rh . nh hp wnR ,, irtinp pflmp intn Sheep 1,300; market not estab- Surviving are hjs wife. Mrs lished. iy boy was moved in Gent .. i ----- - \~njaiiy agauioi A^uiwp^aii pv»pu»**- f^-« —,.~ ,-.^.v».—— »..» .«— »—.. : \vnipn he was rininc came into j turns, searches, illegal arrests and able cattle and other agriculture.! automobile, finally,.murders." V* .eaders of Katanga trad,- ^ wag ^^ jn ^ son only Ham A Merv Taxi Co and | At least 12 Europeans andjtionally independent, were the! last to submit to Belgian rule in the 19th century. Tshombe had favored a loose federal government for the new Congo state, fearing j scores of Africans have been re- 814 Illinois Ave. E st Louiviii j ported killed in the army mutiny TAXICAB DRIVERS— Apply in per-ithat followed Congolese indepen- I SOCIETIES and LODGES 'dence. At least 15,000 of the 300.- WAN 1 ED ;.r. F ™_ A i: E _._. 000 whites have fled to neighbor- ambulance to the hospital at 12:20 p.m. Stephen Decatur, American j naval hero, was killed in a duel; The eedbug i s only one o to which he had been challeng-: "Jed by Commodore James Bar- C.URKE 509 different kinds of bus gound the central government would milk''in the British Isles, entomolo- Argentina shipped 70 per cent ron. PIASA LODGE—NO. 27. A. F. * A. M Tuesday. July 12. 7:30 p.m. Work in E. A. Degree, Visiting brethren welcome W. C. Perkins, W. M. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN^ States in 1959 than in 1958. )I8__ 'DAY COOK—Hours i-it p.m.: ex-ij n g African territories. Belgian, the province of its resources andi gists recently reported in Lon-jmore horsemeat to the United j shop. nC 2M8 stTte Northslde Sweet lDutch, Italian, American andjnot give back a fair share inidon. ~ " LICENSED" practicalr'nurie^oTmid"-1 other planes are mobilizing to fly j services, night shift. 5 nights weekly. Writei trl em out '' Box 152. Hardin, II!., or call Hardin ( " ' .. «, , i 44-R2. Mutiny Spreads < MAKE~$50 SPARE TIME "cAsiTon' The Congo army mutiny spread! 50 boxes new LUSTRECOLOR - ' name-Imprinted Christmas Cards, ! other money-makers. Profits to j 100% plus bonus. Samples sent on ome MEMBER .THE OROBR OF THE OOLOEN RUU 1 727 LaiiKdon St. Alton GERALD " CLIFFORD CARTWRIGHT 9:00 A.M. Wednesday St. Bernard's Catholic Church Wood River ON SALE AT Broadway & Main NOW CALIFORNIA LEMONS 2 •>„, 49c Thin Skinned and Juicy HOME GROWN TOMATOES Only 59C Lovely Firm Sheer* LOOSE BANANAS '/ 2 Peck OQtfk Basket ^•9C Kxtra Nice BROADWAY &MAIN Drive-In Produce Market approval. FREE FREE promptness Album, gift. SOUTH- CHILDREN'S PET — Strayed or stolen, white with black and brown markings, beagle i terrier mixed. license No. M-1720. 1317 Central. HO 2-0538. HO J^ 40 ^: _ LOST— Cherokee boat off Plasa Creek In storm Wednesday evening. Joe Becker. R. R. 1. Box 513. Granite City. TR 6-5262. ______________ LOST— Black" Labrador retriever. female Chain collar. Reward. CL 4-3647. CL 4-5130. _ __ _ __ LOST — Jersey cow. Ph. HO 2-5665. John Laslle. Bjtrtlett Lane. Godfrey ONTwiTfE'sTLK" DRAPE— Found in 800 block of Franklin Will return for cost of ad. HO S-5859. to Elisabethville Sunday. Native troops besieged several hundred Europeans in a hotel and killed eight Europeans, including the j Q 1 , -. , •. 6 , _ , , i , I Try the tonic that h« given Dew vim, vigor Italian COnSU . Tshombe appealed] to thousand* of husbands, wivei over 40 SfiL Ten miles at the wheel are all you need... Stay Younger Longer Be full of pep at 40,50,60 Quit feeling weak, worn-out, low in vitality. */ c^lrr.on tr^^in: ctn Belgian troops Sta- —Ostrox Tooic Tablets. For weak, rundown, exhausted feelings due to lack of iron and tioned at bases in The Congo. ! Vitamin Bi-conditions you may call-old" „ , , Inauualedcy.OitrextupplieiMmurhiron Paratroopers were dropped in, ! „ je doz. raw oy«te« or 4 lb«. of liver or ERN. -578 N Hollywood. Dept. 701. Memphis Tenn SALESWOMEN — 30 - 65. excellent earnings. Call AVON HO 2-4278^ WAiTREis^ciaude * "Mary's~Cafe. . . . J^J 16 '":. APPly after 3_p.m._ {reed tne ^sieged whites, and re-j i^f/^^&fF^V.ea^ii i 2 ur?u E suJl wor P k EA n R o 1 . N hou^°o E ho u se ^ored order. Lumumba protested t?f.«m. length, energy, steadier nerve., j selling. Permanent, weekly pay. i to the Brussels government against Advuncement CL 4-2276. STENOGRAPHER''— Bluer, typist.; clerical, waitress, nurses aide, otti-1 ers $300 mo. American Employment; 205 Piasa. | the troop intervention, but Tshom- n«p, vun, strengtn, energy, steadier nerves. I TryOstrex today for a new, younger feeling. I 3-day "get-aoquainted" iizt only 69(. Or : get Economy lize, save |1.67. _ NOTICES _ BULK WEDDING PAPER PLATES -White cups, plastic forks and spoons, punch bowl rental; Un- prlnt TA^T'ER D.ST. oo. 864 E. Broadway. HO 8-9347 CUSTOM HAY BALING— DU 4-4304 LAWN MOWING SERVICE — Call HO 5-7609 between 9 a.m. and 2 p. m. only; ask for Kenny. _ NOTICE— Thomarsanders will haul limbs and rubbish of any kind. Dial HO 2-1846. NOTICE—From this day forward 1 will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Dated this 11th day of July 1960. Charles W. Gaber. R. R 2. Godfrey._lll. Rental Photo Equipment Slide cameras and projector*; 8mm cameras and projectors; 18mm gound projectors, screens, etc.. ana STORE Woteh«Jtwtlry Retiring Expert Service Fully Guaranteed STONE BROS, TKUHPUONIG HO 1-1111 Attra, 111. - 111 W. Tbird it. Weotf Blver •tar* »» Germr el VMiiuaii tad Wood ttiver Art. Otii OUntoa «.1A»8 Tin-: CHRISTIAN SriKNt i: MONITOR Good Reading for the Whole Family •News •Facts • Family Features Th» Chrlitlon Scl*nce Monitor On* Norway St., Boiton 1$, MOM, Send your n«wipop«r for th« tlmt Checked. Encloied find my check «r money oidtr. 1 year $20 O f monthi $10 O * months ff Q City }tote HOUSE PAINT u.*550 As ** Gal. Complete Line ol Dutch Boy Products to* Interior or Exterior. HARDWARE Your DUTCH BOY Dealer 2504-06 Colltff (Uppmr Alton) HO 2-3441 to prove the superiority of Cadillac design! In all the wonderful world of motoring, the Cadillac it, you'll never be entirely satisfied with anything less f for I960 stands alone. If you are one of those who truly admire a fine motor car, you owe yourself ten miles at the wheel of this, the supreme achievement of the designer's art. But—fair warning—once you've driven .. . and anything else is less. Gracious beauty, effortless performance and unequalled comfort will all combine to make your ten-mile drive in a Cadillac the most memorable of your lifetime. See your Cadillac dealer, soon! VISIT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DEALER LEE KLEIN CADILLAC, INC. 1610 EAST BROADWAY

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