Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 19, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 19, 1960
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TUESDAY, JULY 19, Ifttg AL1UM Obituaries MBS. SMITH Mrs. Edna Smith Mrs. Edith Mae Smith, 83, who had had a colorful career as a trapeze performer with guch well known circuses as Mingling Bros., Barnum ft Bailey, and Hagenbeck- Wallace, died 1 at 10:50 a.m., today. Her death occurred in Wood River Township Hospital where she had been a patient (or one month. She resided at 526 Bowman Ave., East Alton, with a niece, Mrs. Charles Dixon. Mrs. Smith was born at Canton, May 4, 1877. She joined a fir- cux at the age ol IT and had pursued her career ol trapeze performer unlil she retired 40 years ago. She had travelled all over the United States and Canada, Hawaii, Samoan Islands, New Zealand and Australia. Sinoe her retirement she had resided in East Alton. Her husband, Ansel Smith, died July 12, 1945. The body is at Marks Mortuary, Wood River, pending funeral arrangements. Mrs. Heywood Mr. arid Mrs. N. Jerry Gould of 23 W. Marietta PI., have re- grtftdcttildren, 34 children, and ttx grandcMldran. The body it it 0«rt Chapel where friend* may call after 2 p.m., Wednesday. Funeral rites will be conducted Thurgday chapel after 2 p.m. in the which interment will take place In Upper Alton Cemetery. Mrs. Rose Gollmer Rites Conducted Funeral rites for Mrs. Rog* Gollmer, 88, were conducted Monday at 2 p.m. in Burke Funeral Home. BUrial was in Upper Alton Cemetery, The Rev. Leonard Todd, pastor of Evangelical Reformed Church, officiated at the rites. Pallbeares were Charles Boedeker, William Joehler, Carl Herzberger, Martin Brockmeyer, Al Meyers and Chesley Kennedy. Mrs. Adele; Swoboda Rites Conducted Funeral rites for Mrs. Adele S. Swoboda were conducted at 10:30 a.m. today in St. Mary's Church with the Rev. Father James Suddes as celebrant of the Solemn Requiem High Mass. The Rev. Father Stanley Rousseau was deacon of the Mass and Cain Posted By July Corn CHICAGO (Af»)-*fedte selltflt and liquidation weakened the grain futures market generally today but Jury corn posted • small gain most of the time. The steepest setbacks were in j small 22-24; B larfe 28-28. the July deliveries on which trad- Fowl, heavy, 16-18; Hght over 5 ing expires Wednesday. Wheat, ibs 13-14; under 5 Ib 10-12. soybeans and rye were down s. cent or more in the early after- raon. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 218 cars, corn S, oats 5, rye 1, barley 13, soy-j beam 8. Produce Price* At St. Louii ST. LOUIS (AP)-Egp and live poultry: figgt, wholesale grade*, large extra*, 60-79 per cent A J1-32H; 40-99 per cent A 90-31; mediums 28-29; standards 26-28; country run 24'4-ri'i; dirties and checks 20-22; consumer grades, AA large 35-36; A large 32-35; A medium 28-32; A ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NUItUiS EMPLOYMENT HELP WANTED REQUEST FOR BIDS Sealed bidi will be received at the Office of the City Comptroller. 2nd floor. City Mall, until 2:00 p.m., Aug 2. IfWO for ONE AUTOMOBILE. 4 door Sedan, American Line. mjfr'Ann ti»i tint.** M« 1> "COMPACT" TYPE. SpecifIcatlonsl CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat, No. 1 and proposal form* may be secured from this office. CITY OF ALTON. ILLINOIS Graham W Watt, j City Manager. yellow hard 1.03%-%;. Corn, No. 1 yellow 1.20%; No. 2 yellow 1.21; Vo. 3 yellow 1.19. No oatg or Soybean rale*. Soybean oil 8.90b-9.00a. Barley: malting choice 1.1525; feed 85-1.02. High Low Close close Father delivered the sermon and officiated at committal rites in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Caaketbearers were Nick Moehn, Oscar McPherson, Howard Tueth, Fred Graul, Fred Schulz, and Anthony Bellito. Mrs. Laura P. Eliott Rites Conducted With the Rev. Jack baffler, pastor of First Baptist Church, Hatrtord, officiating, funeral rites for Mrs. Laura P. Elliott were conducted Monday at 1:30 Wheat Jly Sep Dec Mar (May Corn Jly , Sep Dec Mar May Oatg Jly Sep Dw Mar May 1.80% 1.80 1.80V6 LSI'/* 1.83% 1.82% 1.82!s 1.83% 1.90H 1.89*4 1.89% 1.90U 1.95H 1.9414 1.94tt 1.95 1.94% 1.94% 1.94% 1.17% 1.17 1.17% 1.16 7 /s 1.16% 1.16 1.161* 116% 1.1214 1-11% 1-12 1.11% 1.16>4 1.16 .67% .681/4 .71% ,66% .71% 1.161,4 1.18U ,66% .6814 .71% .67% MARY RENKEN—We'wlsh to thank all our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown during our recent bereavement; also those who sent cards, floral offerings, and all who assisted In any way. The Renken Family FAM'ILY — "bir" wtV*! Nora~Tucker wishes to express their appreciation to their mauy friends for their kindness during the recent Illness I and death of their loved one. For! i he floral offerings, cards, and to those who assisted in any way. .Tames Tucker. THANK YOU" The family of the late Frank Lee sincerely express their deep appreciation, thanking the many friends, pastor, membership and Si. James Baptist Church. Community Company workers, hospital patients for their kindness rendered and beautiful florals and cards during the Illness and death of their husband, father and beloved brother. Mrs. Floralne Lee and Family. PROMOTION and MANSION Have Caused This C«mp«ny An lmmtdi«t« N««d For Twr» M«n A«t 21 to IS U Pill Pr«t»nt V«canci«! Interviews Will ft* Conduct W*dn*«day, July 20 To select two men at our representatives in thlt area. Employment beginning immediately. All applicant* matt have a neat appearance, good personality, have a car and be able to travel five days a week, home weekends. Previous selling experience unnecessary though helpful. Guaranteed salary of $105 per week plus bonus, begins with the first day of empoyment. No part time men need apply. For Personal Interview S«e MR. W\LTERS 10 a.m, to 3 p.m. WEDNESDAY JULY 20th Illinois State Employment Office 67 Henry St., Alton. Illinois IS HELP WANTED — FEMALE Rye Jly Sep Dec Mar May .73% .73«4 .7314 .IWt .72% .72% ,72T» 1.15 1.13% 1.13% 1.15% 1.17% 1.16% 1.16% 1.17% 1.21% 1.20% 1.20% 1.21% 1.24 1.23% 1.23% 1.24 1.23% 1.23% 1.23% 1.24% Soybeans Jly Sep Nov -_ _ 2—8 grave lots at Valhalla Ceme ten. HO 2-1879 PERSONALS ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinker. P.O. Box 185. East Alton or CL 4-9278. . SOCIETIES and LODGES 2.13% 2.11% 2.12V. 2.13% 2.13% 2.12 2.12% 2.12% J FRANKUN LO ' DG I_ No .25 AF* 2.11% 2.10% 2.10% 2.11 Mar 2.18% 2.17% 2.17% 2.11% ! AM. Stated meeting Tues. July 19. 7:30 p.m. Annual election of offl brethren A. L. Wilson. WM. turned from Chattanooga. Term. | River Interment WM ^ ' Wa iida where they attended funeral rites last Friday for Mrs. Gould's p.m. in Marks Mortuary, Wood River. Int Cemetery. Pallbearers were Randall CaJd- well, Amiel Schetber, Bert MiU- igan, Ben Thornsborough, Robert Wilkinson, and Clifford Schaefer. mother, Mrs. Helen Wilcox Heywood. Mrs. Heywood, who had visited frequently in Alton and was an acquaintance of many friends of the Goulds', died last Wednesday. In addition to her daughter. Mrs. Gould, she is survived by a{ Rj teg Conducted eon, Humphrey B. Heywood. bus-| iness manager of Baylor School, A Solemn Requiem High Mass at Chattanooga; two daughters, j for John J Carr, 90. former News of Stocks Industrials Show Rally Experienced General office girl, light typing. Operate calculator: must like figures. Apply Wednesday. 9-12 noon Greater Alton Employment SOS^jComrn^ BJdg. 205 West 3rd GI RT~b R~WOM AN^Mu7t~type~and telephone work. Can be beginner. STENOGRAPHER—Some knowledge of bookkeeping. 3 day week. Age and salary oven. American Employ _ment,_20S Plasa. MIDDLEAGED whjte~lady to care for two children. Must Stay. CL 4-5876. FINANCIAL FOR LEA9B—Major Ott Company lerviee station. Excellent location. Money matter. In Alton. niffloit. For more Information eall HO 5-2199. FOR SALE—2nd morttat* on busl ness building Balance tft.700. and 1 apartment!. ...... Receive wo monthly payments. Sacrifice for **,.1W. Call HO 6-3349. 7 UNIT*— On U.S. Highway 17. Good condition. Fine tnuiness. Inquire Hunt's Motel, Greenfield, til. RENTALS 48 APARTMBfCM — PLATS 3 ROOMS — And Wrtfc. __,_.. , nice, near St. Joseoh'i ffoftpttaf. Adalts only. CL 4-2911. 3 ROOMS ft; BATH—Close to sha ping tenter, im Peidwiseh. 2-SIS3 PERSONAL SERVICE I DRESSMAKING— TAILORIftO CUSTOM MADE SLIP COVERS Work guaranteed. Mrs. Homer Hal*. Ho e-4533. LADIES * CHILDREN'S DRESSEi. drapes: double breasted suits made llnglt CL 4-3676 LAUNDERING 81 _ IRONINGS WANTED — Part - title work, or cleaning, baby sitting. 10 Rosa St.. 2 blocks off Delmar. North Alton. WA NT E b~lronlngs~aTd^enTlau?r- dry. enpertenced and reasonable. HO $-6565 BUSINESS SERVlCf II BUS. ANNOUNCeMBNIt ACCOMMODATING ALL AREAS HAMPSEY'S SEWER SERVICE HO 5-1012 — CL 4.0513 M hour service. Work guaranteed. Insured. We clean. Install, repair sewers, septic tanks, cesspools. Field drains. BOTTLE GAS HOOKUP—Original bottlegas equipment and bottles: also bulk Skelgaa. JIM JONGS HO 2-2765. ,_ BUY~YOUR POWER "LAWN MOW'; ER WHERE YOU CAN GET SERVICE It PARTS. Jacobsen Bolen. Mono, Wheel Horse, from 13950 up STANKA GARAGE. NORTH ALTON. HO 5-8889 COUPE OR LADY—To live with elderly ladv at Poag. rent free. Share groceries. Call Edwards- vllle 1617 Wl for more Information. CL 4-1309. EXTRA CASH! Make big money In spare time with new and different SOUTHERN BEAUTY Christmas Cards, gifts. Profits to 100% plus bonus. Samples sent on approval: FREE Sample Album, FREE promptness gift. SOUTHERN. 478 N. Hollywood, Dept. 705, Memphis. Tenn. MOST-LY SALESWORK — References, experienced. Do not phone. Apply In person between hours I- 4 p.m. Evans Pastry, 2611 State. Alton. SALESWOMEN — 30 - 65, excellent learnings. Call AVON. HO 2-4278. WHFTE—Baby sitter wanted while parents work shift work. CL 4-6343 POR YOUR HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING NEEDS — CALL AJAX HEATING A AIR CONDI TIONING. CL 9-Jflll. HO 5-2701. FURNACE CLEANING GILLENWATER, HO 5-8308 3 NICE, large modem unfurnished rooms, upstairs Private entrance. 208 Klngfthitnwfty. East Alton. CL 4-568S. ______ 3 ROOM MODERN (APARTMENT— Ground floor, private entrance. Children welcome. Unfurnished. CL 4-J448. _ ____ 3 R66MS— Street level. Trlv'ate balh, private front and rear entrance. Hem end water furnished. $50 per month, 2 block? from business district. East Alton HO S-1323. After 5. HO 2 0815. ___ ____ 4 ROOM unfurnished apartment. CL 4"Rbb'M A P A RTM E NT^Modern . unfurnished. Apply Stuart Motor Co.. 316 East Ferguson^ Wood River. _ 4 ROOM— Uftfurnlsfted"~aJMrrmem. 2707 college. HO 2-5083 for appointment. 4 ROCJM unfurnished apt. Heet and water furnished. 160. On bus line. ca iL*ii5L 5 -— H ° y*"*•____ _ 4~ROOMS—Gas heat "and water furnished. «fl East 8th. Alton HO S-74S7. 4 i ROOMS ft BATH—Refrigerator, stove A air conditioner, heat A water furnished. $90. Adult* only. HO ^•70»8. HO 5-6366. r ROOM~APARtM¥Nf — Private entrance. Located in nice reslden tlal area. Heat, water furnished ISO HO 5-1246. HO 5-3381. GUTTERING Spoutfnu. Furnace Repairs. Free «* tlmates. WHITE'S TIN SHOP. 2-1424. HO HARRIS TREE SERVICE — Power spraying by etate licensee! operat or. Tree work. HO 2-0111. HO S-8687. INTERIOR and exterior painting. Work guaranteed. Reasonable Free estimate. CL 4-7684. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED—61 Soring. LET ME HAUL IT-LIGHT TRUCK ING. ODD JOBS. ROBERT OAS KILL. HO 2-1560. ALTON CHAPTER NO. 775 ANNUAL PICNIC AND FISH FRY — Wednesday evening, July 20. Onlzed Club Ground No. 3. 6:30 p.m. Bring, table service and covered dish. . > Families welcome. NEW YORK (AP)— Industrials ; ---- John J. Carr rallied today alter six days of de-j jcline. Stock market trading was; i moderately active late this after-j noon. [PIASA LODGE— No, 27, A. F. Je A. Volume for the day was esti- - Ju n F. C. Degree, mated at 2,600,000 shares com- brethren welcome. pared with 2,350,000 Monday. \V. Mrs. Helen Barnett, Washing ton, D. C. and Mrs. R. C. Hunt Athens, Ga.; eight graadchildren two sisters and two brothers. She was the widow of Dr. H B. Heywood. Thomas Givens Funeral services for Thomas Givens, 84, of 85 Sullivan Dr. will be conducted Wednesday a 7:30 p.m. in Russell Chapel by the Rev. George E. Young, pas tor of Campbell Chapel, A.M.E Church. Burial will be at Wrigh City, the former home of Mr Givens. Mr. Givens, a retired baker who was employed by a St. Louis firm for a number of years, died last Saturday in St. Joseph's Hospital. He had been hospitaliz ed for the past four months. Surviving are bis wife, Beu lah; a daughter, Hattie Givens and a grandson, Howard Steven son, St. Louis. * Mrs. Blacketer Mr*. Mary Blacketer, 79, who made her home for the past 14 years with a daughter, Mrs Leroy Shett. at 1637 Rodgers Ave., died at 11 ».m. today in St. Anthony's Hospital. She had been hospitalized since July 4 Mrs. Blacketer was born at Moselle, Mo., July 27, 1880, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Barnhouse. She had resided in Alton for the past 38 years. Her husband, two sons, a daughter, and two brother* preceded her in death. Surviving are three daughters, Mr§. SheK; Mrs,. Eva Besson, Cotttge Hills, and Mrs. Rote Tiemann, Godfrey; seven sons Benjamin F. Lewis, Moro; Edward, Springfield; George, Benld; Arthur, E«st Alton; Chester, Tulsa, Okla.. Dan, St. Louif, tod August, California; two litters, Mrs. Edward Rolten, Muooie, Ind., and Mrs. Elmer Sharp, Sidney, Ohio; 3$ long time member of Madison County Board of Supervisors was sung at 8:40 a.m. today in St. Patrick's Church. The Rev. Father John Crosson was celebrant: the Rev. Father Thomas O'Connor, deacon; and Father Paul Sheridan, sub-dea con. Father Sheridan delivered the sermon and the Rev. Father Crosson officiated at committa rites in St. Patrick's Cemetery PaUbeares were Supervisor Stephen B. Kennedy, John C. FaJ Ion, Judge A. W. Daly, Harry Kluge. county highway superin tendent; Emil Schreier, 'and Supervisor Harold Landolt of Al hambra. Discuss Extension of Ctiy Zoning Districts Members of the City Plan Commission at a noon meeting today were scheduled to make plans for public hearings on extension of permanent zoning regulations by districts for the newly - annexed areas to the north and northwest of Upper Alton. Mayor P. W. Day said that public hearing dates likely would be set for considering zoning in four areas: (1) east of Seminary Road; (2) the "boot-shaped" area north of Alton Senior High School tract; (3) the area west of State Aid Rt. 4 (Humbert Road) and (4) a triangular area northeasterly of the Western Military Academy campus. Under a stopgap ordinance, all areas newly-annexed to the city are automatically zoned 'or residential use until such time as permanent district zon- ng is set up for them. Before zoning by districts is provided, wblic hearings must be held >efore the Plan Commission at which suggestions or objections of property owners may be voiced and taken under consideration. Companies whose stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange are required to disclose promptly to the public earnings statements, dividend notices and other information which may influence investment decisions. • OUT FLOWERS Flinl Arrin|tmintt Mnafetr it'i T«l«f't»l» Delivery Aiioelantfl U)U WlUJi, Hft. UOO WUXlit, Jtt- Alton Floral fbone HO HO Mill FOUND—17" wood sklfr. HO 5-1795. FOUND—Bicycle. Identify, pay ad. After 5. CL 4-1405. LOST—Fishing tackle box with contents. Left on river road. Reward. HO 5-6487. LOST—Light blue parakeet. Name Mlrkey. Reward. Contact Mrs. Fred Hawkins. West Alton. Mo. Gains of fractions to a point orjie LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN more among key stocks outnumbered losers in the same range. A few of the more volatile issues made wider gains. Steels performed quite well, with U.S. Steel and Youngstown sheet gaining more than a point while Lukens added about 2. Autos were mixed. Fractional gains were posted for General Motors, Chrysler, and American Motors. Ford dropped a fractton. Studebaker-P a c k a r d was unchanged. Utilities continued to advance on Average. Aircrafts, rubbers, oils, and tobaccos moved generally higher but drugs and building materials declined. U.S. government bond prices eased in late trading. Corporate LOST—A white cameo lady's earring, blue background, gold around edges. Lost In Rock Spring Park In vicinity of rest room. HO 5-9362. LOST—Pair of ladies prescription sun glasses, dark frames with sets. Union. Henry St. vicinity. HO 20537. STRAYED or STOLEN—Large male tortoise shell neutered cat, wear- Ing pink collar with bell. Answers to "Puddles." Gone while out of town from 41 Penning. Wood River. Three small children grieving. CL 4-7716. II NOTICES prices continued mixed. 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. quotations on 12 New York j N^ Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely helc in the Alton area, as supplied to the Alton Evening Telegraph by Newhard, Cook & Co., from its Alton branch office. (The New York Exchange closes daily al 2:30 p.m. (AJton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 90V»; Gen. Motors 43%; Granite City Steel 37%; Olin Math. Chem. 40%; Owens-Ill 10414; ShelJ Oil 33; Sinclair Oil 38- Socony 37; Std. Oil, (Ind.) 36%; Std. Oil, (N.J.) 40%; U.S. Steel 81; Sears 55. ALL KINDS of keys made. Tumblers changed, cars opened. Minnows, worms, fish, picnic .supplies. Belle Street Bait and Key Shop. 604 Bell St. Phone HO 2-5855. IS HELP WTL.- Jile * Female WANTED—Industrial engineer, con struction estlmater. nursing Instruc tor, room clerk, men's clothln salesmen, communication equip ment salesmen, housemother, tax driver, waitress and cook, tailor housekeeper (stay or go). Apply I person. Illinois State Employmen Service. 87 Henry. Alton. ISA SALESLADIES Housewives—Show nationally adver tised toys and games with TO CHEST. The first and finest to party plan In this area. Earning unlimited. No investment, collectio or deliveries. Car necessary. Ap ply Mineral Springs Hotel Monday July 25 from 12 to 3. SALESMEN BULK WEDDING PAPER PLATES —White cups, plastic forks an spoons, punch bowl rental: 1m print napkins. BAXTER DIST. CO. 554 E. Broadway. HO S-B347 Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYAR0S, 111. (APt-(USDA)-Hogs 11,000; bulk U.S. No. 1-2 190-230 Ib barrows and gilts 18,00-25; large share 18.10 down; bulk mixed grade 1-3 and 2-3 180-240 Ib 17.75-18.00; some 1-3 to 18.10; 2-3 240-270 Ib 17.50. 75; mixed grade 150-170 Ib 16.0017.25; 120 -140 Ib 13.50 • 15.75; 1 - 3 sows 400 Ib down mostly 14.755.75; tew down to 14.50; sows over 400 Ib 13.25-14.25; boars over 290 10.50-75; lighter weights up to b 10 12.50. Cattle 4,500; calves 600; few oads and lots standard and good slaughter steers 21.00-25.00 with ligh good and choice 25.75; mostly good heifers and mixed year- ings 22.00-24.00; few utility and commercial cows 15.50*16.75; utili- y and commercial bulls 18.00- JO.OO; light weight eanner bulls down to 13.0044.00: small lot good and chojce around 780 Jb feeder fteers 3i50: food and choice veal. >rs largely 33.00-26.00 with limited will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone othe than myself. James E. Prater 3903 Phlllbrook, St. Louis, Mo. Date July 16. 1960. NOTICE—Thomas Sanders will bau limbs and rubbish of any kind. Dial HO 2-1846. NOTICE—From this day forward will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted for by any one other than myself. Dated this 18th day of July, I960. Harm M Page. 706 E. Broadway, Alton. Ill Rente! Photo Equipment Slide cameras and protectors: 8mm cameras anl proiacfors; 16mm sound projectors, screens, etc.. am tape recorders. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE ALTON'S PHOTO CENTER j«OE. Broadway — HO 5-2M5 WTLL BAKE HOME-MADE PIES ETC. FOR INDIVIDUALS OR RES TAURANTS. CL 4-6211. \ HA RIDERS LEAVING for Aberdeen. Maryland July the 22nd. will take one rider to share expenses. References ex changed. HO 2-5645. RIDE WANTED to 9th and Washington in St. Louis, 8 to 5 p.m. Call CL 4-9633, \OTLT~TAKi~RiWBR' to Oakland, EDUCATIONAL INSTRUCTIONS MOTEL MANAGEMENT — MEN. WOMEN and COUPLES to train for MOTEL MANAGEMENT and OPERATION. Only matured will be considered. Age over 25. Write — NATURAL MOTEL TRAINING. JNC. WriteTwx 870 care Telegraph. WOULD LIKE TO HEAR fr«m~re- liable men who can train to Install and service air conditioning, heating, and refrigerating equipment. Must be mechanically Inclined, willing to study In spare lime Writ* for FREE Information. Utilities Eng. inst. Dept. eoc BOX SSO care Telegraph. EMPLOYMENT HELP WANTED - MALE Radio repa inlne .., «• Office trainee, pair Investigator, of— mam — l ?"«, ir •nsmeerg. Oth •rs SfiSO month American Employ to 27 JM; «tanda«j «nd good W4043.00; eulli 14.004100, Sheep BOO; good and choice Wing l<*'«bs 17.50-20.00; few lots JQ.5Q: amaU IQ| cnoics and prim* 91.00; utility and goad 14.50-17^0; ew ewe and wether feeder lambs 14,00, ' BARBER-Muit be able to out flat MEN-(5), not afraid to work to help OB food route, r" Alton area EVgrgrean lour For 3 MEN WANTED MEN WANTED Age 21 te 35 Nationally Known Organization Will interview for a position necessitating a minimum of travel, Monday through Friday within 100 mile radius, home weekends. We promise hard work and good pay. Salary of more than $450 per month plus bonus to those who qualify. Must have A-l reputation and stand strict investigation. Sales experience helpful but -not necessary as special schooling given. Must have a good automobile. AH Interviews Confidential. See: MR. RICKOROS 5 P.M. to S P.M. Wednesday, July 20th Stratford Hotel Alton, Illinois SALESMAN Our office receives Inquiries every day asking for Information regard Ing our most modern hospital and income plan. We are in need of top fllte men who are Interested In calling on these Inquiries, and giving them the Information desired. Our modern up to date plans are now available at low cost budget payment plan. Men selected will do no canvasing but will have definite calls every day. Mujt have car. Experience In our business helpful but not necessary If you have sales ex per lence. Write to Mr. Gundlach, 634 North Grand, Room 401, St. Louis 3. Mis souri. State experience. -.FMATg BABY SirriNG-Days; Mrs. Lesler Hobbs. 324_S. Pence._East Alton COLORED'QIRL" wants day' or 3 days week_HO 2JJ574. COLORED HIGH SCHOOL~ORAm7- ATE—Wants day work, baby sitting, experienced. HO 5-6898. IRONING WANTED— Very reusoiT- able & experienced. Ph. CL 4-7843. " "~~ B'7436. LADY wants day wo?k7~HO WANTED—Baby sitting, care of semi invalid or aged couple. 387$ East Broadway (trailer behind 4 Lane Auto Seles). RANTED—Ironings to do In our home. Also baby sitting evenings CL 4-4820. WANTED—Position as typist and bookkeeper. Passed Civil Service Test, CL 4-78J9. YOUNO WOMAN wants baby tit- ting, light housework. Wood River area. CL 4-6211. FINANCIAL M BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES' A MAN WANTED!!!! TO operate local business. Sensational new product!. . . Earn 833.500 per year. Minimum Investment Of $2,500 to $5,000 If you 0»n qualify, write Century Brick Corp. of America. 1020 Baldwin Bldj '.. Erie, Pg. lUSlNESlOPPORtUNTflET ETAIL STORE BUal Kisjnw*. Pr RETAIL STORE doing 178.000 an BUal Kisjnw*. PrpfltiWe. Could operated by man ft wife. Pres , . sent owner wishes to retire. Reply Box 800. Alton Telegraph. _ ' >OR LEASE — 2-bgy major brand [•i station. Low rental. West side erteyvllle on state route, ideal .or mechanic Lloyd Nlckeli. jar- aeyyille. 87»-w. _ __ FOR SALe^Shoe Repair Businais. BWabJlined 8 years. Grossing about MMO Established by the late Herman Linger who has serv- •d/Altoa peyoie foi •& year*. HO POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED—SHARPENED ALL MAKES Complete stock Toro Kut Kwlck mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3825 College. HO 2-732S TREES TOPPED — Trimmed removed. CL 9-0971. and BUILDING — CONTRACTING ALL CARPENTER REPAIRS—Rea sonable. Roofs, concrete porches, floor, basements. Painting. HO 2-2901. BLOCK. BRICK, stone, plaster, con crete. New construction. Remodel- Ing. HO 2-9140. BLOCK AND CONCRETE WORK— Repair work. Free estimates. Ph. HO 5-6132. CARPENTER — Roofing repair, block and concrete work: painting Free estimates. Experienced. HO 2-4110. CARPENTER WORK - Large or email. Free estimates. CL 4-5718. CARPENTER WORK — ROOflM siding, repairing, remodeling. No lob too email. CL 4-8044. DECORATING CUNNINGHAM—Painting, interior, exterior. Patch plastering, small repairs. Reasonable prices. Insured. HO 2-5429. INTERIOR and exterior painting. 25 years' experience. Joseph Pankey. CL 4-9098. INTERIOR-EXTERIOR decorating. Patch plastering, removing wallpaper. No job too small. HO 27083. INTERIOR - EXTERIOR painting, plastering. Also special on roofing. Free estimates, CL 4-6582. INTERIOR, exterior painting, decorating. Wallpaper removed. Tree estimates. HO 2-3141. HO 2-0871. PAINTING—Inside and out. Small Jobs solicited. Dial CL 4-6486. PAINTING—Paper hanging * patch plastering. CL 9-2267. PAUL McOUIGGAN — Paper banging. Save money. HO 5-8764. 5 ROOM modern apt. Adults only. 1006 State. HO 8-8702, HO 2-1232. 1*42271. 4TH Close to glassworks. 3 room unfurnished apt. Complete bath, hot At cold water furnished. Vacant. $38 mo. Harry F. Hemphill Agency Dial HO 5-3584. Eve. HO 2-6833 FOR RENT—2303 "judson. 3 room apt. Private entrance and bath, $40 mo. _HO 5-7948. FOR RENT^—Two large furnished rooms, utility room and bath. Private entrance. 527 East Tenth. HO 5-7511. _ __^ FOR" RENT—Nice 4~ room apartment with basement and garage. Private bath & entrance. Adults preferred. $60 per mo. 331 Sheridan. Bethalto. DU 4-6012. 3 BEDROOM ROUSE HI me* dentiai area of Alton or M win sign lease, call Mnier. 5-6M3 daytime. YOtfctown S-SWB Louis, nights. FARM TO RENT—With o«f<m tO buy. BOX 530, care Alton Evening Telegraph WANTED TO RENT^FOt , 4 room house in g««l leeatiefl. References. HO 8-6M8. .. WANTED to RENT-Wlth OMW to buy. 5 or • room house. MO S- 2481. WANTED TO LE. ern in Alton. SI children. Write Bo* graph mvvt. n e«r« Ten REAL ESTATE SALE M BUSINESS PROPBlnr RESTAURANT FO~R 8ALE~Pnan« HO S-9551. LOOK AHEAD .... FUTURE BUSINESS SITE IN GODFREY IDEAL LOCATION. LARGE .BUILDING SITE 100 x 380. MODERN 4 ROOM HOUSE, RENTING FOR 169 PER MONTH, AND A 3-UNTT PARKING AREA. WITHIN A FEW SHORT YEARS THIS PROPERTY WILL MORE THAN DOUBLE IN VALUE. ONLY ............ $21.000 LARGE — 3 room, upstairs, Lorena, MS. CL 4-0460. 855 CLEM NOLL AGENCY REALTOR HO 5-6621 MILTON AREA — Modern upstal 4 rooms and bath. Private e trance. Garage and washing fac Itles. Refrigerator. Heat furntshe HO 5-1928. 3417 Oak wood Ave. NEWLY DECORATED 3 room un furnished apartment; prlvat Adults. Call CL 4-4269. NEWLY REDECORATED—3 room upstairs 4332. unfurnished apt. HO NICE 3 room apt. Private entranc and bath. Hot and cold water fu nlshed. SSO month. 806 Center. Ea Alton. III. CL 4-M88. UPPER ALTON—3 large room heat, water furnished. On bus lln HO 2-4661. 46 FURNISHED APARTMENTS 2 LARGE ROOMS—Private entranc ft bath. HO 2-1262. 2 FURNISHED ROOMS — Light water furnished. *30. Adults. H 5-9018. HO 2-3528. Apply 712 Ridg 2 ROOMS — Utilities furnished. SI per week. Milton area. 3619 Cor nado Dr. 2 ROOM MODERN—Private bath < entrance, electric, and water fu nlshed. $43 mo. HO 2-1427. 3 ROOMS & BATH — Modem fu nlshed upstairs apartment. Phon CL 4-2408. 3 ROOM modern furnished house 349 George. East Alton. CL 4-094 3 ROOMS—Bath, private: heat, wa ter. CL 4-0731. HO 2-7312. 3 FURNISHED ROOMS — Utllltle furnished .Inquire 224 Lorena. Woo RJver. 3 FURNISHED ROOM APT. — A utilities paid, Hartford. CL 4-1234 CL 4-5970. 3 ROOM MODERN furnished ap Private entrance. Close to town Adults only. Available August HO 2-9813. 3'i ROOM furnished apt. Private en trance. Utilities furnished. H 5-6387. Apply 636 East 5th. FURNISHED APT. for rent, ft week. All utilities furnished. 201 Brown. HO 2-1252. MODERN 3 room furnished apar ment. Private entrance and bath Adults only. Phone HO 5-3363. NEWLY DECORATED 2 rooms, a) conditioner, private entrance. H £•8050. 2633 Graudview. NICE 2-ROOM FURNISHED apt All utilities. 204 Henry. HO 5-7331 ONE ROOM EFFICIENCY — Po refined person. $7 week* HO 2-5264 WOOD RIVER — 2 furnished rooms first floor, utilities paid. Adult preferred. 207 Penning. 47 HOUSES FOR RENT 3 ROOM HOUSE—Lights and wate furnished. (29 month. HO 5-6527. STORAGE — MOVING ACROSS THE STREET ACROSS TUB NATION H. A. NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE uOCAL A LONG DISTANCE 1628 Washington Avt. Dial HO I-M53 AERO MAYFLOWER Sloan's Moving'! Stor«gt Co. Exclusive Asoat Local It Long Diitanca Moving Warehouse aai Fenced Lot Storage Free Estimates - No Obligation Phone HO 14N7 — -JM E. Elai RENTALS SLEEP1NO ROOMS 2 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS —Furnished, all utilities furnished. Across from Glass works. Apply in rear at l7I2JBpzza St. HO 5-9129. : MODERN — Light housekeeping rooms, furnished. Utilities furnished Apply in rear. 1712 Botza. KO fl 9126. _ __ _ COMFORT ABLE — Sleeping room for woman or man. 813 E. 6th. HO 5-6565. _ _ ______ LARGE COMFORTABLE sleeping room with fan. private entrance. poneH S-MM. _. MEN'S SLEEPING ROOM — Near Industrie*. On bus line. 832 Broad way. Ea« Altdn.CL 4-5791,, __ MODERN SLEEPING ROOM— Near oil refineries. CL 4-2080. MODERN-Newly decorated, tele phone ft living room privileges Close In. 123 E. 5th. NICE SLEEPING ROOM—For gentleman. Close In. reasonable. HO 5-2857. S02 E. 7th. ROOM-2 blocks from downtown Wood River. Prlvete entrance. Cl LEEPING ROOM ~ Private entrance, electric plate if wanted, 1030 Union St, Phone HO 2-5970. MODERN fig bath: close I ping room adjoining . 123 E. 8th street. ROOM AND BOARD OR MEN—Nice clean, cool rooms. Good metis. Close In. M8 Alby. Alton. u IMOUSKKPEPINU ROOMS HOUSEKEEPING ROOMkWUtilltief furnished. 1. Adults. HO 2. laoa e. 4th. APARTU ENTS^-FUTT LARGE unfurnished rooms 126 month. JM Georgg, East Alton HO <'3S87. _ NICE Uree modern unfurnished - r - rooms, re. Private entrance wey, E«it Alton. CL ROOM unfurnished apt/Private Slraace, g«r« ( e Ait u till ties Mid. l- 4-300J Private 3 L\RGE ROOMS & BATH—301 Glenwood. $35. HO 5-2072. 7 ROOM HOUSE for rent, $35 pe month. 3 room house. $25 pe month. 10 Rosa St., 2 blocks of Delmar. North Alton. 5 ROOM HOUSE — $45 and 3 room house, $25. Lincoln Addition. CL 4-9874. 5 ROOM DUPLEX — 3 rooms and bath down. 2 rooms and y, bath up. Gas heat. Walking distance to downtown Alton. $65 mo. Referenc es required. HO 5-1323. After 5, HO 2-0815. AVAILABLE JULY 25 — Zephyr Ridge, Cottage Hills, 4 room mod ern. $65. References. CL 9-6641. BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE — In choice location on bluffs near Cllf ton Terrace overlooking Mississippi 6 large rooms with 3 room apart ments. The home was built for builders own home. Now mus rent. Sherwood 1-9081 or Box 590 % Alton Evening Telegraph. PARM to rent or rent with option to buy. Write Box 550, care Alton Evening Telegraph. __ _ ~~ BethaT 404 O. DU 4-1139. FOR RENT —~4 room house. Cobb. East Alton. FOR RENT—3 room house. Oas fur nace. $40. 422 N. Pence, East Alton. HO 5-6940. HALF of double house, first floor. 1314 Pearl street. 4 rooms, bath. ISO. Adults or couple with one child. HO 2-U72. HOUSE FOR RENT—Modern. See after 6 p.m. $40 per month. 3320 Oakwooa Ave. SOUTH ROXANA—3 large rooms, modern, natural gas heat, water furnished, $45 monthly. CL 4-W4 3 bathi iom. fire WILSHIRE—3 bedrooms, family room, dining ro place, built-in oven and range Near schools and shopping. $135 month. Vod<f. CL 4-9113. CL 4-1484 « FURNISHED HOUSE* 2 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE—3312 Fernwood HO 3-89T7. 3 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE—Call JHOJ-4891L FOR RENT—2 room modem trailer. Belhalto. DU 4*1139. BUSIMF.S8 PLACE! SPACE FOR LEASE Wilihire Village Shopping Center AREA 30x30—ideal for professional person, »boe repair. TV repair or radio shop, immediate location ia food commercial area. Csll Wtlttr A. Hale Jr. HALE REALTY CO. East Alton. CL 4-5115 FOR RENT or LEASE-MO • ttl E. . HO 2-3584 JRfferson M OFFICE * BStt lUOsJ ROOMS—Newlr deoorat Alton Buklneu puinet 57 FARMS and LAND 29 ACRE FARM—Near Upper Alton. 8 room modern house, stoker heat. All weather road. Price $10.500. CALL TOM GIBSON HO 2-4258 Ell M. Greer Agency FARMS ARE MY SPECIALTY 5 Acres Neer Belt Line 5 ACRES—4-rm. modern home. City water. $500 down, $55 per month. $5500 5 Acres Near Moro 5 ACRES— V4 block off hard road. 6 room modern home. Tile barn, tile shed, other sheds, all fenced. Will trade $14,500 V: Mile From Fieldon 52 ACRES—25 In cul. 4 rm. modern home. Small barn, all fenced. $3000 down $10.900 40 Acres Near Brighton 40 ACRES—17 in cul. 5 rm. house. fair. Will trade $3900 65 Acres Near Brighton 65 ACRES—35 In cul. Good location. House & barn fair. Good bottoin ground. $3500 down. Will trade. 156 Acres East of Jerseyville 156 ACRES—100 In cul. Level to rolling. Soil In top condition. On good all weather road. Good pasture. Nice 6 rm. modern home. Living quarters over garage. 2 large barns and other sheds, in good condition. Price $62,00 Call The Farm Man, 9 to 5 Phone HO 5-3583 HARRY HEMPHILL AGENC STANKA LANt ftOOM *»i i tttDftOOM etnon. tent tfimfcs. large used as breakfast, f ooffi* mn * iarte 2-car and ev« a; a«INWOOD UNI deed. WILSHIR6 en w iwi wavi * w •»•••» ww»»»w i^I^^t& 2C ing door closets, ceramle Hie S*t». fireplace, attacked 2-car tenwe. Lovelv patio, da. he^ »™y air. . conditioned. Ideal loeatlM. Met reduced. GODFREY NEW 8 ROOM DUPLEX — III Ctod^ frey. 4 rooms each apartment. Each apt. has large living room. kitchen with built-in features, lots of cabinets, large bedrooms, baths. dressing table and ceramic tile. Many features too numerous to mention. Priced right. Marie Thompson R««l Elttt* OFFICE HO 8-1413 JIM MILLER HO 2-3696 MARILYN PAR3H . . MO S-2405 M LOTS PUR SALE 3 ACRES for sale. Will take Jee or pleasure car as part paymen FR 2-3331. BEAUTIFUL ARROW-WOOD ESTATES Now Being Developed Lame wooded lots, protective re strictions for nice homes, qualli Improvements. Located off Rt, 100 at Boy Scout Lane in Godfrey are* HALE REALTY CO. Walter A. Hale Jr.. Realtor East Alton ..... CL 4-8118 Ed Morrlssey ... HO fl-3110 KING SIZE LOTS la D'Adrlaa Oar dens. Rolling, laadscaped. Flaest tn the area. City water, natural gas sanitary and storm sewers. Home Adams. HO 2i44«i. ROCK-GATE ESTATES LOTS • Choice • Large • Fire Hydrants S Curbs and Gutters State Approved Sanitary Sewers. • Restricted MAURICE J. WICKENHAUSER AGENCY Realtor Phone HO 5-6614 HOUSES FOR SALE PRONTENAC PL.—6-room brick, large bedrooms. Alr-condltionec Large lot. Phone HO 6-2641. FOR SALE AT STAUNTON — room house, 2 acres pasture land located In city limits, near ol Route 66. Large garden, city wa ter. 2 wells, wash house. Rarage barn, and numerous buildings large frontage, handy to aohoo bus. Write for more Information Mrs. Otto Ruehrup, 618 E. Penns vlvanla. Staunton, III. I ROOM concrete block house MILTON AREA i ROOM MODERN — HWF. Larg, living room with fireplace. 2 bed rooms, dining room, kitchen, nice cabinets. Basement, stoker heat Screened porch, fenced yard. Goo< condition. Price S10.M FRANK WICKENHAUSER AGENCY HO 5-3021. After 5: HO 3-7M3 RAYBURN REAL ESTATE SHOWN »V APPOINTMENT ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS fireplace ft* u« 1 down. S' concrete basement. Ol K. ss. tr LOW DOWN PAYMENTS WOOD RIVER S34 Tennyson—4 room frame, basement. oU heat. u»r«e fenced lol *20o dowa to G.I. $71 per mom I8.W WOOD RIV6R 138 E. Ferguson. 4 room frame Large kitchen. HWF. glassed-in porch, baaement, gas furnace. •« rage. Immediate possesslog. 11.000 down. Reduced to ........... w.«5o WOOD RIVER b4 C. Penning. 7 room . itory. Ideal for large family. Close o schools. Can be used as 4 bed room. Basement, gas furnace. Double garage. 11.500 down oj contract. per mo 110,000 SOUTH ROXANA 05 ROM Ave -4 room frame, utn ty room. Carport, HWF. wall to wall carpet, oil furnace, m Fully Insulated Aluminum storm laik and awnings, taut) down te G. I ......................... M.(Kt5 SOUTH ROXANA HIO ft HJCH-Ursv 3 room frame. Modern. 1800 dowa .......... U400 LOTS IN EIGHTS " MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE RAYIURN REAL ESTATE — Cl 4*«|IS T TED PRICE REAL ESTATE NORTH ALTON 8 ROOM MODERN FRAME — S rooms with 2 bedrooms and -bath down, 3 bedrooms up. Pull basement, 3-car garage. This Is a nltp home for a large family or could have a 3-room apartment up for income. Price $14,700 NEW 5-ROOM BRICK 3 BEDROOMS—Large living room with picture window, HWF. beautl- tal cabinets In kitchen, full basement, attached garage. Gas heat, corner lot. Priced at $15.900 UPPER ALTON f 5 ROOM FRAME—3 bedrooms, oil heat, rull basement. Large lot. Aluminum storm windows and screens. Garage. Price $9950 INCOME PROPERTY EAST FOURTH ST.—11 rooms, 4 apartments, private bathl, private entrance. Very good income. See this one. Price $9500 HARTFORD 6 ROOM MODERN — Large front porch. One floor plan. Storm windows and screens. Full basement, garage in basement. All in good condition. Located at US Date St. Asking price $9750. Will consider trade for trailer houie or late model car. BETHALTO e ROOM FRAME—with extra lot. beautifully landscaped. L-shaped living and dining area. Large bedroom, bath, kitchen and dinette down. 2 larga bedrooms with built- in dressers and wardrobes. Kitchen and dinette faces street, full dry basement, 2-yr. old oil-fired furnace, automatic bot water heater. oversize garage. Must be aeen to be appreciated, $15.200 6-ROOM DUPLEX — Living room, bedroom and kitchen In each. All large rooms. This building lain the best of condition. Full basement. 2 gas furnaces, may be used for Income or large family, on a well- landscaped lot with a 2-car garage. Asking price $12,900. Immediate possession. TED PRICE REAL ESTATE REALTOR MEMBER M.L.8. Phone HO 5-1313 or HO B.I323 AFTER 6:00 P.M.: HARTE HO 5-343$ HENDRICKS HO ' "" DUNCAN DU ROARK Bo; WOOD RIVER ISO ELBLE — 4 room* full basement, enclosed front porch, oil hot air heat. wired for electric gtoya, aa- rage. shady lot. Cloae to schools, o.ulck possession. Price ................. $7500 169 SOUTH CENTRAL~Home mtnt. gas heat. Rent* tor $75 par me. Algo hat haat- ad garage. Immediate possession on dwelling, $18.000 129 B. ACTON - 3 story, S bedroom*, full basement, gas heat. 2 car garage, priced for quick sal* .." $10,300 MO NORTH THlBO-8 rms. gull basement, 4 eleslrU. HWF. ga« heat, eon block aaragt. Price 77 80 E. ACTON— 3 room, with vary large room*, partial basement. Oas heat. Cabinets In kitchen, triple track aluminum »torm window*. garage. Convenient locatioa «» tewa ............. .Ti7800 $90 CBDAR— Large 2 room. Over 1000 square . living area. All room* large. Large clos*ts. birch cabinets. tile bath with em ' ' ahower. marble ilii*. basement, ga* heat, attae garag*. Concrete 4rlv* walk*. Nicely landw Immediate 718 CONDIT-3 room*. 2 rooms, gas hot air beat, Enclosed knotty pine porca. carpeting ta living room. Quick possession. price ....................... 8MNW EAST ALTON $04 VALLEY DRIVB-4 batV room*, carpeted living room and dining area, freer ga- -~-». electric eye door, walk- basement completely finished, with full Ulebath and cabinets. Central air conditioning. Lot 100 Mot ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS 158 E. AIRU- freme. IHiJT iMUVf HOWARD

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