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SATURDAY, JULY 16,1900 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH CARS-CARS-CARS Salesmen at Stuart Motor Co., 816 (ante. Three trucks carrying a total of E. Ferguson Ave., Wood River, rolled 18 of the economy cars arrived there up their sleeves Friday preparatory to selling their largest shipment of Val* Friday afternoon.—Staff Photo. Obituaries M«*<3 t ITIlisitt- a 8istcr - Mrs - G * or ge Demulh If ITS* Lit JLVLJJ.OII of Alton; three nieces, two nephews and seven grandnleces. Mm. Laura Parthena Elliott. TWO brothers and six sisters 78. of 30 W. Walkins, Hartford. pm ; e ded her in death, died at 10 p.m. Friday in Ma-| -phe body is at Burke Funeral ther Nursing Home, where she had been a patient for three weeks. Prior to entering the Man Suffers Head Injury in Bethalto Scouts Receive Honor 6ETHALTO ~ Four scouts from Scout Troop 106 and two xcorits from Explorer Post 108 were Inducted Into the Order of the Arrow at ceremonies held Thursday at Camp Warren Levto. Scouts from Troop 106 who received the award were: Mike Ball Mike Mattery, Earl Klvett and Darrell Nave. Jame* Rush and Mark Helmkamp from Post 108 were presented the award. Parents of the scouts attended the ceremonies. Robert Ball Is scoutmaster for Troop 106. Assistant Adviser Dale Ball of Post 106 also attended the ceremonies. The scouts are sponsored by Our Lady Queen of Peace Church. Managerial Game BETHALTO — A baseball game played between managers and umpires of the Civic Memorial YMCA league ended with the managers winning 8 to 5. Ralph Relchter was the winning pitcher for the manag> icrs. The Civic Memorial YMC\ baseball league entered the 2nd month with games held Monday to Thursday at 5:15 p.m., 6:30 p.m. and 7:45 p.m. Games are played on the 3 diamonds least of the old Bethalto Gradp j School. Eighteen teams are entered injnounced Civil Aif P«rol Promotions Listed BETHALTO— Promotlotts for three members of the Bunker Hill-Alton Squadron Of the Civil Air Parol have been announced Capt. Henry W. Baker of Bunker Hill was promoted to the rank of major and senior mem- jher Robert Tucker was promoted to warrant Officer. Staff sergeant D. D. Smith of Wood River was promoted to Warrant Officer In the Civil Air Patrol squadron. NEW ALTON SAVINGS & LOAN BUILDING Drawing of structure at 614 K. 3rd have been razed. Keencg A Stolxc are St. on site of Merrltt Apartments which the architects.—Photo-Art Shop. {the girl's softball league, also in Features of S&L Building Announced Design for the new Alton Savings and Loan building, to be located on East Third street ti'.'ar Broadway, has been an-j by Keeney L S(olz May Soon Launch Relay Satellite «rA*s>a akdMh: yvmTm nn . Since ood caned To that Mautffvl And the pHrct fW iWw From «n wotrf CWLP And we know Owl ma Yet we miss yon, Ml. And in oar hearts we_«j MOffMt. • MONUMENTS — 4 GRAVE CEMETERY fto*ela«ii. Price 1300. FOR SALE—1 or 4 hana Ctmettry t CL ALCOHOLIC ANON for the problem or SOCIETIES Lt. R. B. Fischer of the U.S.! IM. East Alton or Naval Reserve was assigned to the squadron as educational coordinator. It was reported Friday. Cadet Garry Anderson left for Chile on July 15 where he will participate in the worlrl cadel exchange program. • WOOD RIVER LOOO AFAAM—Monday, Jut: fiPva Two Alton Graduates Awarded Scholarships Two honor graduates of Alton High School's June class have been awarded scholarships by the State of Illinois, according to an announcement by Wilbur R. Trimpe, county superintendent of schools. They are Judy Klstner. daugh-j "with" brown) ma"iernamV"M«i .«. *«* »»i_ A »^i . i Reward. HO 5-5273. come. d'e"gr«er"viVlt'ln«"l>rethren CLARENCE ANSELU, W.M. It LOST—STRAYBD-"«TOL*r* Mexican Students Demonstrate for Cuba ! MEXICO CITY (API-Mexican students demonstrated against the ; United Stales and In favor of iCuba Friday night for the secondi ter of " Mr . and Mrs. Robert .Kfst-j-^£1° time this week. Then they stoned | ner , of 14 H olly Hill, and Connie I MickTy Reward, ""comatt Mrs STATED MEET1NO*W«I ter lou OES, Monday. 7:45 p.m. _. FOUND—17" wood y*lff.'lSr LOST—Short haired puppy rMA "M , . "MIDDLE-ROAD" SATELLITE the offices of a newspaper that|j^ e {ph um daughter Of Mr. and 1 Fred Hawhins. West Alton. Mo architects. By W. T. M. ORIOO Science Service Writer tactics. WASHINGTON—Thp Defense: About 2,000 students gathered Department will soon launch a 'during the evening rush hour in me 15111 a nit i n/au i^d(§«jc< oi.-tw m ei i vi uic^ia. , • — " . .. , — , . , , i the 2nd month of competition. The interior will have eight; "middle-of-the-road" eommuni.j MexICO Ul y s ™* m \.. 14 olft j tcller wlndows , spacioug loh by.; cations relay utemte. it wil , ; 'ng posters saying "Cuba si ... I ' * . . ' . . ' Ifpps nn " Mnot uroro in Reportedly struck with a' he had Intervened! an altercation between man nursing home, Mrs. Elliott had j the funeral home, been a patient'in Alton Memor-j ial Hospital for 18 days, after) she had suffered a broken hip. | She was born in Caihoun Coun-i ry on July G, 1882, a daughter CARROLLTON- Ralph Crane, of the late Rev. and Mrs. Wil- 72, who resided on a farm near Home wnerc inenas mny CHIII •• —• —•«••••»•.•«•• ~».i"».w.. ......; . after 7 p.m. today. The funeral and wife »t « drinking place inj graae will be ai 2 p.m. Monday from Unjoin f.ardens. David Lugen, are eligible to compete in the i carpeted floor In loan depart- be tougher and more complex mcnt, three vaults, meeting:than baloon satellites being the! room and-lounge. The i finishing will be rosewood wall from one spot to another, j paneling, terrazzo floors, and a But the satellite will not are also diamond east of had criticized their anti-American i Mrs _ Ray Daniels, 25 E. Elm St. Miss Kistner, a high honor student, and Miss Ketchum, an honor student, have been recipients of other scholarship awards. The state scholarships are for four years in teacher education work at any of the five Illinois teachers colleges. kees no." Most were in their teens, but the leaders were older men. Church Festival be! Emphatic 'No' Most valuable property (eight SAN DIEGO IP— A sign ati m inion dollars) in New York Times Square is the sit the Astor Hotel. 44, of 204 W. Seventh St. was- BETHALTO - Wrestling will!modern lighting system. The as difficult to put into its prop-' th j, entrance to the moved to St. Joseph's Hospital" 10 featured Sunday night at the'building will be completely air- je r orbit as the proposed 24-h at 4:15 a.m.'today by •heriff 1 fi fe " 1lv * 1 of Our ^^ Q ueen of: conditioned. jcommunicalions satellites, three " No care O r trucks not allowed I deputies for treatment of a se - ?"*»<* Church. The festival will j There will be two drive-in tel- or four of whlch remain „.,,„„. de , iver h , nQ ! ANNOUNCEMENTS vere head injury. | continue through Sunday. Rides ler windows, night depos.tory,; ary over points of (he earlh and * „ 6 * n*%*4 nf\nrtr%tf^\nf\a OVA atraUahln finr! arlnntiatf* T\ar\f\n<T i ! U'elay messages to send to and STRAYED—Belmont Village, God- rrey. Male blond Cocker puppy, long tall. Reward. HO 6-3461 11 NOTICES BULK WEDDING PAPER PLATES —Whit* spooni. ouw. punch print napkin*. pintle forkt «nd bowl renuU: lm- BAXTER OIST. CO. 3S4 E. Broadway. HO 5-9347 NOTICE—Thomas Sanders win haul limbs and rubbish of any Dial HO 2-1846. and concessions are available and adequate parking. the grounds. Chicken and Two additional floors will gound«d«c satellite can be instructed to; - • . * . I-.**! *""* II 1C j£J.VUIIU'~>> ^P*« ««V. !•»*-•• •-•• «" t • • \_* UMUI >.'»-..»» . .uv>. •' .r... ""*" ' f |'f|r»l t HP at the hospital to obtain; ham p|a|es wn , be servpd on pi . ovjded for office rental space ' °"> ine -- —• iphotograph any part of the O f Ham H. Tharp. She was mar- this city for the past TO years, j| Deport of the incident which Saturday beginning at 5:00 p.m. fur the present and for future " '. lhc world over which it passes, ried on May 9, 1899 in Pike died suddenly at 3 p.m. Friday huad _f rller been «*P°rted to gnd nhicken and ham dinners <-pansion of the association. °"'««» nere mdinle the Afiei mak , thc photo . will be served on Sunday start- Two elevators will be provided. nev " »£""« ma * ( be "inched; ho]ds :__ _ t 19 nnnn Thr- PvtPrinr mntprial* will he soon > probably within the nextif , ' . . . ing at 12 noon. i ne exterior materials win oe. t __ ^ _ .information and later broad- County to James W. Great- at his home. He had suffered, mom " v a Salu sfreet relative of house, who preceded her in from a heart condition. tne in -i ure d man. death. Later she was married to Born on March 1, 1888, near According to the police report William Elliott, who also preceded Carrollion. he was a son of the Lugen related that ne has inter- her in death. Her father was a late Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crane, ceded in behalf of a woman. Baptist minister, and a brother, He was married to Miss Dor- seeking to protect her from her the late Oscar Tharp built thc first hthy Carter on June 29, 1944, who husband in a club-tavern quar- Baptist Church to be erected in survives. His first wife, the rel. The husband then procured Kampsville. Mrs. Elliott moved former Miss Lula Freer, died a wrench from his parked auto- from the Caihoun County area 33 years ago. '• mobile and struck Lugen with it in 1912, and resided in Alton for In addition to his wife, Dor- on his return to the drinking a short time, before moving to othy, he is survived by one sis- place. her present address 41 years,ler, Mrs. Herman Freeh, Car-' Lugen, according to the re- migi ^.. UIV11 ... ,.„„ ago. jrollton, two brothers, Fred of, port, suffered a 3-inch scalp la- «•• \y a t c h if We Can't" for Mrs. Elliott is survived by one; K .a n e and Lawrence of Jackson- c .eration and> a %-inch "split"!, he sermon topic at worship Bethalto Church Program Listed BETHALTO—Church services were announced Friday by the Rev. Leo Copeland of the Meth- Church. He has chosen jof black glazed brick, white two weeks - The y s *y two of i Georgia marble and gold ano-| tne major techniques required idixed aluminum. Covered walk;v. p ays will be of concrete. Planting areas will be provided piound the building. May Use TB For Cancer daughter, Mr«. Walter of Hartford and one son. James uinniuuu nwy call at the j son Funeral Home after 10 a.m. fiv« brotben and three j! Monday. The Rev. Darwin Rolens will officiate. Burial will be Mortu- in Carr °J J ton Cemetery, ary, Wood River, where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. T|_ e I ]ifr.PpQL- Funeral services will be con-i 1»" »• *•• 1T11/I Ctti\ ducted at 1:30 p.m. Monday in! at the top of his left ear. ^services scheduled for 10:35 a. With the deputy sheriff at the rn. on Sunday. In the evening hospital, the reports shows, was | service the Rev. Copeland will a man alleged to have wielded: speak on "Seeing More Than the wrench, but no arrest was j One Sees." Sunday school will made when Lugen declined toibe at 9:30 a.m. prosecute. • [ The Mother 's Circle of tho for the satellite are well tested. The "middle-of-the-road" concept places a satellite in a cir- jcular orbit at a relatively low (altitude — 650 miles minimum. |Ground stations transmit infor- imation to the satellite, where ;ihe information is stored on magnetic tape. Broadcasts Message When the satellite casts ' it to the two ground stations. Score and Tiros have thus advanced the communication art. Many military leaders are eager to gel a communications "system into orbit. Army Signal Corps officials say the military has serious problems with long- distance, global communications •through cable and radio facil- ; Hies, comes Facilities Crowded near the 8 round station to; The facilities are crowded. •which the message is addressed, i Cables can be cut. Shortwave BALTIMORE — (Scence Serv- il oroa dcasts the message. ! radio can be upset by atmos- j ce I _ K ma y jj e t na j. tuber-! Instructions to the satellite pheric conditions. culosis could be used as a I wo u'<J 'be In code. The message j ThUs the Defense Department 'treatment" for cancer. No o»:e' 10 be relayed might also be. has sel out to put up a com Alton Evinirtf Tiltjraph Classified Ad Ritts Quick Action — Low Colt Here !• How You GUI CM TELEGRAPH WANT ADS Sample Ad: THIS IS A THREE LINE AD—A ad this size contains about fiffee average words. AN AD THIS SIZE COSTS ONLY $3.94 for 7 Dftjr* 12.40 for 4 D»ya 75o for One Dmy Sample Ad: After the clash in which heJMethodist Church will meet Is making definite statements, j Thus the satellite might de-jmunications satellite, with, pay was injured, Lugen had gone to j Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. at the 'but Dr. Louis Pelner of Swedish jV-elop as a nearly Invulnerable! load developed by the Signa the home of a relative on Salu.!| lome O f Mrs. Ruth Ballard. OnjHospital in Brooklyn, N.Y., be-1 met hod of communication. iCorps. The satellite is part of The relative called the police;Thursday the Women's Society!lieves the possibilities of ustngj This system is based on two'Task COURIER, the first phase station, but when he explained () f Christian Service, will meet j artificially induced bacterial in-'proved techniques. iof the NOTUS Projest. tist Church Hartford, of whichjdicd Friday at 8 p.m. in Joiner to the sheriff's office. Mrs. Elliott was a member, will (Nursing Home in Carlinville. j She had suffered a paralytic! the mortuary. The Rev. Jack! CARLINVILLE - Mrs. Irene!the fracas occurred outside the a i 10:00 a.m. at the church, ifections such as tuberculosis The first communications ex- The Air Force will place the Lausler, pastor of the First Bap-j^ray McPeak. 77. of Virden. III., i city, police referred the matter The Rev Wayne Hoxje pastor! should be studied . . ._ ... > .* i_t_l_! ft i ft ft U*r»l/4a tr of O »•» «* tt-» Ts^tnAt-i tf\ t Itn E?l*M**if t § e> **/ (\ftr* ' _ ... rt*t_ _ fj _r :_ periment was Project Score.!.satellite into orbit with a two- officiate. Interment will be in the Wanda Cemetery. Mrs. R. Gollmer >l the Presbyterian Church, will' The idea of using one disease j This experiment— in which the 'stage rocket. Army-built sta- ispeak on "God's Call" at thc .to fight another » :not new. Th3; president , s vofce was broadcast ! tlong ln various parts of the stroke on Jan. 2, and had bee bedfast since that time. Bom Nov. 9, 1883, near Plain view, she was the daughter of th late Thomas and Fannie Hower Mrs. Rose Gollmer, 88, wife of the late Charles Gollmer, died Friday at 7:40 p.m. in Mather s ton Gray. Her husband preced her in death two years ago. are: a sister, Mrs Johnson of Woodburn; three Nursing Home. She had been ill: nepnewS( th,^ nle ces. four gtep- for some time. isons and one stepdaughter. Born Sept. 14. 1871, the daush-j Mrs McPeak was a me mbe ter of the late Mr. and Mrs.' of Betnlehem Baptist Church Lewis Marshall, she lived micenterville. Her body is in Ber Alton most of her life except i Funeral Home at V irden for a few years when her hus- jwhere friends may call band followed the glassblowing trade. After the death of her husband she made her home with her sister, Mrs. Dora Weil p.m. Sunday. Funeral services will be Monday at 2 p.m. from the funeral home. Mrs. Elsie Menken's at 1804 Main St. Surviving in addition to her Bister are three brothers. Thon> R j te8 Held Friilav as Marshall of Wood River. Wil- nilC8 nei ° rnaa y liam Marshall of Cottage Hills Funeral rites for Mrs. Elsie and Edward Marshall of Alton: Monken of 409 Penning were conducted at 1 p.m. Friday In St. John's United Church o Christ, Wood River, with the Rev. E. Eugene Smith offlctat ing. Interment was in Summer field Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Roy Bart low, Robert Wasem, George Bal ster, Ben Albers, Edwin Cobb and H. A. Wall, Mrs, Greding'g Rites Conducted Friday With the Rev. M. Goodheart of ficiating, funeral rites for Mrs Anna Greding, 86, of Dallas, Tex. a former Altonian, were conduct ed at 2:30 p.m. Friday in Upper Alton Cemetery. Mary HtRrlttta Renktft 2 00 P.M. Sunday Zlon Lutheran Church. Bethalto JAMES THOMAS SMITH Services 2:00 P.M. Monday In the Chapel Rev. J. W. Ellsworth, officiating Burial in Vslhslls Memorial Park In stste st tne Chapel after 7:30 P.M. i morning worship service at 9 :30. £ver of on Sunday. Sunday school jto_ bum James T. Smith's Rites Set Monday Funeral rites for James T. r.esda'y in the Church it was ; tion with Streptococcus pyo-l i will iwill quilt at 9:30 a.m. on used parasites. In 1891, Dr. W. B. Coley tried .jto produce erysipelas, an infec-l from space-demonstrated that I world will relay messages vo , and th h I could be received, stored and; and receive must information very Smith, 40, a caretaker at Onized i reported. genes, in 10 patients with inop-! then retransmitted by a satel-j rapidly as it passes the stations. -=„:,.,ierable cancer. But the proced-l lite It will have a message capacity SlJllSSESi K: ^*£rtf££X31l'» ™ s ««-.*i»»;.'«-* •—«•* Ti «». ^*»«« «.» —»~*J. W. EILwoilh. panor ol Ed. '" *~ 1 """ '" ~~"~— ""' h " wards Street Assembly of God Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. A son. Jimmy Smith, F. N., U. S. Navy, stationed on the U.S.S. Providence is en route home to attend his father's funeral. Friends may call at Gent Chapel after 7:30 p.m. today. Dr. Rohacek's Rites Were Held Friday With the Rev. E. J. Vance, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church officiating, funeral rites were conducted at 10:30 a.m. Friday in Gent Chapel, for Dr. William A. Rohacek, 85, retired osteopath, who had practiced in Alton for 37 years. Entombment was in Grandview Mausoleum, Alton Cemetery. Rites Conducted For Brannou Infant Graveside services for John William Brannon, five-month-olc son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brannon, were conducted at 10 a.m today in Valhalla Memorial Park The Rev. J. W. Ellsworth, pastor of Edwards Street Assembly of God Church, officiated. Libya Bans Belgian Planes From Airports TRIPOU, Libya (AP) - The Jbyan government hsx banned Belgian planes (ram using Libyan airports or Hying across Ubya except in evacuating civilian* ttm the Congo. Premier Abdel Majtd Kobar timed a statement denouncing "Bel gian military intervention" In the Congo and banning Belgi«n air craft from wing Libyan .airports or air apace tot transporting (root* w military mixed bacterial toxins. »» ill fc/^i iiiv: ovi »««*^i« wj**^ *-*» t»ii_ i , Rev. Frank Marshall at 10:40J™ hejb ! ga , n _ 1: °., e ^. r l ment a.m. at the Baptist Church. During the evening service the Rev. Marshall will speak satellite, has (the reliability of delayed broad- Patients are still alive who cast. From two stations, the have recovered from inoperable '• __—_ llnuously at a rate of 100 words per minute. HIT V . AVlal0*,C»ll »»«•* 0|«*.*«f» w.« I , . , I "What is Sin." Sunday school j wrcomas after having been will he held at 9:30 a.m. arid ' reated with a to *' n mixture by Training Union is scheduled for Dr. Coley Dr. Pelner asserted 7:00 p.m. on Sunday. Regular masses will be held at Our Lady Queen of Peace Church it was announced by the Oran U a oily in Algeria, Africa, with a u in by thj w Rev. Father Thomas Manning. Members of the church are assisting in the annual festival being held this weekend on the church grounds. South Roxana Churches Plan SundayPrograms SOUTH ROXANA-The Rev. Victor Herman, pastor of the Wanda and South Roxana Methodist churches will use the theme "One Thing Thou Lack-" at the 9 a.m. worship at Wanda and 11 a.m. worship at . South Roxana Sunday. Sunday aged often is obscured by other school at both churches is at j old-age symptoms, such as Hi a.m. The Junior MYF willjchronic bronchitis or cardiovas- meet ai 6 p.m. at Wanda and cular disease. Often it is diseov- (here in the Journal of thei American Geriatrics Society (JulyV In 1916, Dr. W. M. Dabney gave tuberculin to seven cancer patients. One showed "remark' able" improvement, which cott tinued after three months of tuberculin therapy, and another showed "unexpected improvement." "Unfortunately." Dr. Felner states, "no further follow-up was undertaken, so the final out come of this form of therapy is unknown. Another report in the Journal states that more new cases of pulmonary tuberculosis are now being found in persons past 50 than in any other age groiip. Dr. Harry B. Greenberg, instructor in medicine at Tulane University, New Orleans, La., says active tuberculosis in the the 7:30 p.m. worship will be a i Wanda. The Senior MYF will meet at 6:30 p.m. at South Roxana Monday evening. The Junior MYP will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday it the home of Mrs. Fred Longshore for the South Roxana group. Thursday at 9:45 a.m. the prayer meeting will be at Wanda and the 7:30 p.m. study of evangelism and prayer meet- Ing will be at Wanda. The Rev. R. M. Mapei, pastor of the First Southern Baptist Church will use the theme "The Atonement" at the 10:45 a.m. worship and "Confession Sin" at the 7:30 p.m. service Sunday. Found itooe The Rosetta Stone, key to the language ot ancient Egypt, was found by a French officer ct Napoleon's engineering corps, in 1788, near the Rotetta River. ered only when a younger member of .the family gets the disease, and a search Is made for the source. Resistance to TB Is decreased in old age: therefore, the death rate is higher. Because the disease runs a milder, less explosive course in the elderly, it may be overlooked as the cause of death which may be attrlbut- ed instead to a degenerative din- ease. 8th French Colony in Africa Independent WORLD BBIKF8 PARIS (AP>-The little African Republic of Gabon Friday became the eighth former French colony to be granted Independence thji week. All remain within the French community, rapidly two- ing into a loose-knit organisation like ttos Bi'iti*b Commonwealth THIS IS A FIVE LINE AD—Con talnlng about 25 words, ottertn •pact for more Items, or mor complete description of article Place your ad today. AN AD THIS SIZE COSTS ONLY S8.56 tor 7 D»ye S4.00 tor i Dry« S1.26 for 1 Day Minimum Space 12 Word* Schedule ads for 7 or 4 Insertion for best results and lower rates Alternate Insertions are charged a the one time rate. Ads stopped be fore 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 plus 5c a word (or each word over 20. In case or error—advertiser mus make correction before second Insertion. All advertising Is subject to the approval of the publisher. Copy received before U A. M. !• nubllshed same day. The Classified Department Is open rrom 8 A. M. to S P. M. The following ads are payable In advance: Situations Wanted; Not Responsible Notices. You can charge all other ads If you are listed In the phone book or City Directory. FOB FAST. COURTEOUS HELP IM PIECING VOUB AD—OR FURTHER . INFORMATION -CAIX HO 5-6641 ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL N01KF.S NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice If hereby given to all per son* that the first Monday In Sep •ember, I960, Is the Claim Date In ihefitate of MILDRED c. JACOBY MILDRED CLARA JACOBY) Da ceased, pending In the Probate Co " r ' of Madison County. Illinois and that claims mal be filed against he said estate on or before said n a .i e «H W .W ou i t *,h M H Uince . ? f «ummoni. Dated this 12th day of July. 1980. PAUL L. JACOBY, Attest: DALE HILT. Probate O* July 18. 23. 30 WEST BATTERY 9 U- Charles D. Eastman or Alton (second from left) CO of Headquarter. Battery 9th CM Battalion (Hawk), lit GM Brigade at Ft. Bliss, El Paso, Tex., recently received the guidon tor Ills unit as winner of the "best battery" award. The guidon Is being handed him by Haj. den. Sam C. Russell, CO, U. Eastman la the ion of Mr. and Mrs. C. Dana Kastmau, 848 No. Kluley Blvd. Hit wife U the former Susau Ha worth of inriwgtteld, Illinois. NOTICE OP CLAIM OATH Notlre I* hnr»hv nlvcn to nil n«r <ntis ihflt the first Mnnriav In An. u«t ifwn i* thc ri«im rixif i n th flsiflfi" of AMOS FISUFB pj j inTT l>ri»i«»H. nrnriltin In th« prnhntp Tniirt of MnilKnn Toicntv. flllnnU »nd that clilmft mnv he fll^ri atBlno 'h« said estate on or hofnrc ««M Hule wlthflu' U«ii»noe of nummnns Haled this 77th dav of .Tune 1R60. GEORDENP Fl I tOTT. Administrate DALE HUT. Probate rierk. W18FMAN ft HAl.I PTT Attorneys 118 Market Street. Alton Illlnnl* July 2. 9. l« S __ IN MFMORIAM "_ IN~t 0V I Nfl M F MOB Y -rif "f herein ITennv) ChspneM'a Slit birthday who lost her life In an aulnmobll* arcldpm April 22 IftM We miss you more each year Terry. May (lad Brant vou a happy birth day In Heaven _ The_F«mlly. _ IN MFMORY" —Oi 'Vim-em "Klrhv who pained away 9 yenlrs ago today. July 18- loving memories never die. At years roll on and d»yi go by. la our htarti memory Is kept, Of one we loved and will never . Sadly missed by Wife, Klrby and Webw Finally NOTICE—Window fans were atplen from the. property of Mrs. Curtis Lashley, 309 East Lorena. Wood River. If returned no questions asked. Rental Photo Equipment Slide cameras and prelectors: 8mm cameras anl projeetore: 16mm sound prelectors, screens, etc., and tape recorders. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE ALTON'S PHOTO CENTER 230 E. Broadway — HO 5-M8S TREES TRIMMED—Topped and removed. Reasonable rates. Free estimates. CL 9-6314. EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE ACCOUNTANT — Liquid dispatcher. TV & Radio repair, office train**, traffic man, typewriter reptfr. credit man, Insurance a.ent, motor repair, engineer. Others J675.00 mo. American Employment. 206.1»!M*BARBER—Must be able to Cut flat tops. Call 650 Edwardsvllle. ed in Shopping Center. MARRIED MAN with car. Aetall sales route. 5M, day weekly. $I2S week guaranteed to start. Phone Edwardsville 3975. MEN—(S), not afraid to work to help on food route. $2.50 hour. Alton area. Evergreen 5-5535. NEEDED Part time men age 21-35. Must be married. Call DU 4-1178. 3 MEN WANTED Foe local positions to sell and service our appliances. Car helpful. Write Employment Manager, 814 Illinois Ave.. E. St. Louis, Si, WANTED—Married man for farm work W.lll furnish house to live in. Arnold Stahlhood, 4 mller east. of Bethalto on Route 140. WANTED — Union carpenter for maintenance and general-repairs. Give details of experience. Write Box 580, care Telegraph. . IS HELP WANTED — FEMALE BOOKKEEPER — Stenographer, receptionist, saleslady, typist, nurses aid, fry cook, waitresses, Others $300.00 mo. American Employment, 205 Plasa. CLEANING WOMAN for offices, part time hourly work. Civic Memorial Airport Authority. CL 9-3931 EXPERIENCED baby sitter while* parents work. Go or stay. CL 4-9948 SALESWOMEN —30-66. excellent earnings. Call AVON. HO J-4278. WAITRESS—Claude & Mary's.Cafe. 1002 Belle. Apply after 3 p.m. WANTED — Experienced telephone solicitors to convert spare time to profit. Write stating experience ft hours available.. Qualified applicants will be contacted for personal interview. Sox 540 care Telegraph. SALESMEN Experienced In food sales, selling to retail and institutional trade In Alton-Granite City area. Established territory. Must live In Alton-Oran- ite City area. An opportunity In fancy quality merchandise. A .C L. Haase Co.. 4300 Oeraldlne, St. Louis IS, Mo. SALESMAN Our office receives inquiries everyday asking for information regarding our most modern hospital and Income plan. We are In need of top fllte men who are Interested In calling on these inquiries, and giving them the Information desired. Our modern up to date plans are now available at low cost budget payment plan. Men selected will do no canvasing, but will have definite calls every* day. Mutt have car. Experience in our business hslpful but not necessary if you have sales experience. Write to Mr. Gundlach, 834 North Grand, Room 401. St. Louis 3, Missouri. State experience. ALES TRAINEE—31-30, married, with car. Start 100 week, 1115 ia 3 mo. CL 4-7037 between 7 i I | only. Al- SITUATIONS WI D. — :OLORED HIGH SC t SITUATION* ADY wants housework or babysjt- tin*, evening* or day*. East Alton or Wood River. CL 4-2511. FINANCIAL U BUSINESS APE FOR LEASE — Cqi 'or sale. Downtown Wood Ferguson Hotel kmlldli Fersuton. Em—' John BerUun, OR LEASE — 1-bay gas station. Low rental, ferseyvlll*. on slate route, for mechanic. Lloyd NicISU, seyvllle. 57J-W. OR LEASE—Major OU service station. Excellent Money maker. In Alloa. For more Information 53190 E COIN LAUNDRY ayg Alton, Wood River area • ion. adjoining nupermar down Plenty of parklu. foi laformatlng ERSONAL SERVICI win* Adi

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