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MONDAY, 25, 1900 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Obituaries Tony Falukos Tony frlukos, 68, of 518 Pearl St., died Saturday at pireaus, Greece, where he had been visiting relatives since May 31. His death, apparently due to a heart attack, was unexpected to members of his family here. His body will be flown to the United States for funeral services and burial and upon arrival in Alton will be taken to Bucke Funeral Home. Born at Androx, Greece, Nov. 8. 1891, he wax one of 13 children 6t the late Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Falukos. Nine of hi* brothers and Sixers survive. He had resided in Alton mince lft/0 and was married here July 28, 1932, to the former Delia Compis. His wile died Dec. 6,1942. Surviving in addition to his brothers and sisters, all of Greece, are a son, Ted, and a daughter, Mrs. Tina Jones, Alton; two step- tons, John Compis, Alton and James Compis, Wood River, and six grandchildren. Mr. Falukos was a member of the Odd Fellows and Rebckah lodges in Alton. He retired.in 1858 from Owens- Illinofs where he had worked as a bricklayer. A year ago he suffered a heart attack, but apparently had recovered from that illness and appeared in normal health when he left Idst May to visit his family in. Greece. Mrs. Hunter Mrs. Elizabeth C. Hunter, former executive secretary of. the Alton YWCA, about a quarter of a century ago, died Sunday, July 17, at Costa Mesa, Calif., according to word received by Alton friends. Mrs. Hunter had served as executive director of the YWCA here In the 30's and during her residence here had made many friends whp fcepl in contact with her. and had visited her in her California home throughout the years. She was a former member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church here. Mrs. Hunter is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Helen Sharp. Costa Mesa; a son, Clifford Hunter, Pittsburgh , Pa., a grandson, Richard Sharp, and three great-grandchildren. M JfBw Onwni. Hit were the law Mr, MM ftff* Me had worked for 23 ynrs as a stillman at Standard Oil Co., at time of Mi retirement 17 years ago. Mr. Tompach w«a a member of Standard Oil Co. Annuitants dub and bekmged to the Bohemian Lodge, Bdwardtvllle. Surviving are Mi wife, the former Josie Wolf, to whom he was married July I, 1908, In Edwardsvtlle; • ion, Stanley Jr., Racine, Wls.; a sister, Mrs. Nellie Holub, and two grandchll- drpfl, The body Is at Smith Funeral Home, Wood River, where the Rev. G. R. Schretber, pastor of the First Church of Christ (Christian) Wood Rivet, will officiate at rites Wednesday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Woodland Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Tuesday. H. C. Schrimpf 1 EDWARDSVULE - Henry C. Schrimpf, 93, formerly of Edwardsville, died at 4:15 p.m. Sunday at the home of a nephew, Virgil Halstenberg, 5623 Killer Place, St. Louis, following an illness of the past two weeks. A resident of Glen Carbon from 1906 to 1915 where he was coal washer superintendent for the Madison Coal Co. He moved to Edwardsville In 1915 and was employed in the same capacity by the Staunton Coal Co. until 1924. He was a coal dealer here from 1924 until 1950. Born Aug. 30. 1866 in Washington, Mo., a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schrimpf, he was first married to Miss Louisa Meyer of Hermann, Mo., who died in June, 1941. He later married Mrs. Louisa Marie Lueth of Edwardsville, who died in September, 1944, and Mrs. Elizabeth Hull of St. Louis. who died in March of 1959. In addition to the nephew, with whom he made his home, he is survived by a stepdaughter, Mrs. Glen Johnson of EdwardsviUe; two nephews, Stanley Vallett 'of Los Angeles and Vernon Vallett of Pasadena, Calif. A 50-year member of Edwardsville Masonic Lodge No. 99, he was also a member of the East St. Louis Shrine and Consistory. He was a member of Eden Evangelical and Reformed Church. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday from Lesley Marks Funeral Home, where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. The Rev. Norman Witthaus, assistant pastor of Eden Evangelical and Reformed Church, will be in charge of services. Interment will be in Sunset Hills Mausoleum. Nixon-Rockefeller Talk Only Mixed Blessing §» JAMBS MAKUIW CHICAGO CAP) - Vice dent Kichard M. Nixon's mftkten and secret Journey to New York'* Oov. N*lgon A. Roeketelltr-Jtrtt three days before the Republican convention opened here today- was a mixed bietsing. The two men reached what they called an agreement but it turned out to be an agreement with big holes in it. tt looked like a shrewd political maneuver at first. .But it may prove to have been a tactical error* It seemed at first that Rockefeller had put Nixon in his pocket or that Nixon had the governor in his pocket. But now that Isn't clear, either. It got the governor off Nixon's back, at leaat temporarily, but it angered some Republicans. And Democrats in the upcoming presidential campaign will probably try to wrap the whole business around Nixon's neck. Rockefeller, for months critical of Nixon and the Eisenhower administration, only last week here in Chicago indicated he might continue his criticism if the Republican platform's promises fell short of his desires. Nixon, almost certain to be the Republican presidential nominee, since he will probably have to carry New York If he hopes to win the November election. The vision of a disgruntled Rockefeller, sitting on his hands ANNOUNCEMENTS IwrrcES NOTICE— TfWTn«» and rnbw HO 2-iM*. limN and rnbwsh or Otill win MM. LAWN MCWEftS SHARP- INED and rapitrtd. Work ftterenteed. free pickup. ROOF— Storm demege; estimates and repairs. Phone HO 2.1220. THE BOARD OF EDUCATION Of Roxana Community School District will receive bids on the construe- Sidewalks it their various schools Plans and specifications may be secured »t their office In the Central School, lath and Either, Rox• na. III. Bids are due by August 5. I960. MAURICE LEGATE, Secretary. THE~UT.Y' MEETING A.A.ATATA. wHi be held Wednesday evening, "uly 27. 7:30 p ~ lotel Stratford. TIM isc tic: 111 TT cuncaua y WTCMIIIH. July 27, 7:30 p.m. Terrace Room. H during the campaign instead of tlon and replacement of certain trying to carry New York for the Republican ticket, spelled peril for Nixon. Late Friday Nixon tried to straighten things out. He flew secretly from Washing- ', ton to New York—Apparently without consulting President Eisenhower or even his closest aides here in Chicago—to see the governor. Rockefeller had complained repeatedly that Nixon wasn't taking either a clear enough or strong enough stand on some issues. Nixon therefore had had many weelts to reach an understanding with Rockefeller. Why he waited,to do so until almost the last minute before the convention is still a mystery. The FINANCIAL nusiriEm upn/gti FOR LEASE—HM* teflon*** tttv- ice station in Alton by inventory only. A real mo«*y maker. Owner has other business interest. Phone HO 5-2198. PERSONAL CUSTOM MADE SLIP OOVBRS f Mrs. Work jtuarajjrwd. Haie. flu *.«W3. LADIES * CHILDREN'S DRESSES draws: douOte breasted softs mane single. cL 4-M7H. LAUNDERING ii IRONINGS — Reiisonebie, exp*ti enced. HO 5-52S9. WANT TO RENT MOVIE CAR TOONS for the children's birthday party? sec Poster's for brand ne* Stock of Walt Disney's cartoons Foster's Drug Store, "Alton i Camera Headquarters." 230 B. Broadway. HO EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE EXPERIENCED Structural Steel Layout Man — TV and radio repair, auto mechanic, office machine repair, engineers. Others: $650 per month. American Employment, 20S Plasa. n h^ n ,,. „.„,„„,. ™-n,. »„ h«. ho ROUTE SALESMAN — 25 - 40. Good obvious answer seems to be he; guaranteed salary plus commission. felt he badly needed Rockefeller's! Mu ' t0 ^eet e 1he a8 ub r uc" ve * nd " b "' support or was afraid the gover- GREATER* ALTON EMPLOYMENT nor's continued criticism might .103 commercial Bldg. 205 w. 3rd ruin him. In the end Rockefeller issued i WANTED—3 men who want to work. Immediate earnings Plenty of opportunity. Apply No. 4 Front St., This was gruesome news for!what both men called an agree- . 9 to lo ..*.J!l- Imenl on "basic positions." But as [MAINTENANCE MACHINIST ' Nixnn latpr rllsplftcprl In a news I Firit cla " Journeyman. Experienced mxon later msciosea in a news, ,„ malnte nance of pumps, com- TV Ready For GOP Convention By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-TV Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) - They're off and running in the second half of TV's big summer sweepstakes—the political futurity. The Republican National Convention starts in* Chicago today, with the networks straining to give home viewers the big picture. Thus starts another week- four days for the economy-minded Republicans—of set-watching for, those who are interested in the The shar P great game of politics. Are too few interested? The TV conference there were some major gaps in that agreement which didn't show up in the text. For example: while (he agreement calls for strong defense efforts, Rockefeller feels the government should be spending immediately an additional 3% million dollars. Nixon didn't agree on that. The agreement doesn't mention | any money item. Neither does the defense plank approved Sunday by the party platform committee which has been working here a week. Rockefeller thinks major strikes should be settled by compulsory arbitration. Nixon doesn't agree. Neither did the platform committee in the labor plank it sanded and polished and presented to the public. to be removed from Rockefeller's attitude toward the platform—at ratings would indicate, that. Thei least il a PP p ared that way from total audience for the Democratic his TV appearance Sunda.y-so National Convention was considerably lower than expected, if we the Nixonites may feel the vice president captured the governor. are to believe the surveys. But' But me vef y fact Nbron made then, the surveys aren't infallible, i what his critics ma y cal1 a P' 1 ' as a fellow named Truman canjS rima B e to ^ New Yorker may tell you. !be interpreted as meaning the Barrv Goldwater of Ari- a MenA ol Nixon but. also T. L Shain JERSEYVILLE—Thomas Leonard Shain, 70, died Sunday in Boyd Memorial Hospital at 2:53 p.m. He was born in Harrison County, Mo., Dec. 1. 1889. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Cordia Shain; four sons, Harold, Kane; Robert, Alton; Leonard. Jerseyville, and Burchard Paul, Lincoln; three daughters, Mrs. Jessie Whitt and Mrs. Leroy Cunningham, Tularosa, N.M., and Mrs. Thomas Wren, Festus, Mo., a brother, Gordon, Eagleville, Mo. two sisters, Mrs. Ruby Gillespie Argentine, Kans., and Mrs. Wait man Summer, Cainsville, Mo., am IS grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted Tuesday at 3 p.m. in Gubser Fu neral Home by the Rev. H. L Potter, of Kane. Friends may cal at the funeral home after 4 p.m today. Burial will- be in Kane Cemetery. S. Tompach Sr. Stanley Tompach Sr., 82, former secretary and tresiurcr of International Hod Carriers eV Labor Local 338, and retired Standard Oil Co. employe, died Sunday at 11:30 a.m. in Wood River Township Hospital. He had been in declining health for two years and seriously ill since June. Mr. Tompach, a resident of Wood River for the past years, was born May M. rican Mobs Riot In Rhodesia BULAWAYO, Southern Rhode sia (AP)—African mobs rioting against white rule were reportet smashing shops, beer halls ant cars in the black townships Bulawayo today. Shots were heart in one .area.' A strike of the African labo forge followed disorders involving several thousand Africans Sunday | night, finally put down by police backed by white British troops Negro agitators moved into th white suburbs of this commercia and industrial center of 52,000 in an effort to induce African gerv ants to quit their jobs. Many did Some gasoline service stations usually operated by Negroes were staffed by white men today. Troop reinforcements were or dered into Bulawayo and South era Rhodesia's Premier Sir Edga Whitehead came to town with t message of assurance for whit residents. He said the reinforce ments will enable more positive steps to be taken. Southern. Rhodesia forms par of the British-run Central African Federation, which lies between the chaotic Congo and the racial ly troubled Union of South Africa Bulawayo is 250 miles southwest l Salisbury, the capital of both Southern Rhodesia and the Fed eration. Other memben of the federation are Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland. Police required help from soldiers Sunday night. The Africans gathered near the site where the National Democratic party bad planned to hole a meeting. The meeting was banned by the civil commission* er of Bulawayo. Tear gas scattered the crowd, nit it formed again into smaller groups and continued to stone cars entering the African tewn< ship «rea. In London, an exited leader of the National Democratic party, Joshua Nkorao. said the violence |« the neighboring Congo "ihoulo a warning to the British gov- It's hard to imagine any alert!s° vernor captured him and made American not wanting to switch j him bow ' to some extent ' to on the set to see what the politi- 1 Rockefeller's platform demands. cos are up to. For this is TV at ! its best— poking its Argus eye to-! to the once smoke-filled but nowi a representative of the Repub- air-conditioned rooms where the- " can extreme' right, " catted 'Nlx- national destiny is shaped. i on>s ^P * "surrender" an a The networks got started on seUout to ** "Republican left." their week's labors Sunday night Some members of the platform with some sideshow attractions to (Committee showed anger at the the main event. CBS took the! idea t" 81 Nixon and Rockefeller folksy approach with Ed Murrow betweon ihem draw U P an ernment — the same thing can happen in Southern Rhodesia." Airline'* Meal Not UptoGirUebToite CHICAGO (AP)-The Jet iner that brought Vice President Richard M. Nix- IOA'I 'molly to Chicago aorvcd tti calling on Pat and Dick Nixon in j agreement which, in effect, could the same way he chitchatted with ' **. taj<en M a demand on the corn- celebrities on "Person to Person." j mitte e to conform. This time Ed was accompanied' Some of this committee resent- by fellow anchor man Walter ment bubbled out when its sub- pressors, steam engines and turbines. Good wages. Liberal benefits. SHELL OIL CO. WOOD RIVER, ILL. NEEDED—Part-time men. $2 per hour. Must be married. Call DU 4-1178. WANTED — Mechanic on outboard motors and chain saw motors: must be experienced. None other need apply. Apply In person at the Godfrey Boats and Motors, Godfrey, 111. ' BUSINESS SERVICE i BUS. ACCOMMODATING ALL AREAS HAMPSEY'S SEWER SERVICE HO 5-1012 — CL4-OBI3 24 hour insured. eewers. itptie tank*. Field drain*. *enle*. Work eaarentetd. . We clean, install, repair BOTTLE OAS HOOKUP-Orlnmal bottlecas equipment and bottles: also bulk Skelftas. JIM JUNES. HO 2-2765. DITCHING— Water lines, cables, tile. Quick, efficient service. Large or small jobs solicited. Philip Chlnn. HO 6-2518. FURNACE CLEANING SILLENWATER, HO 5-8308. GUTTERING Spouting. Furnace Repairs. Free estimates. WHITE'S TIN SHOP. HO 2-1424. INFERIOR and exterior painting. Work guaranteed. Reasonable. Free estimate. CL 4-7694. RENTALS W APARTMENTS — FIATS J Jtewte and private tram, decorated. Heat and water for- nished. MO month. HO 5-3080 or HO 2-99*8. VS 5 ! Aftt4 gtM. Adolti otrrV: iow TT- decor 4tti. 3 LARGE ROOMS *- Private bath «nd entrance; electrli furnished. HO 2-1427. 3 ROOMOk BATH—Modern, furnished, upstairs Lights, heat and water. $52. HO 2-2561 RENTALS MODERN S ••drown MvM, W. FUKNISflB 3-ROOM FUftmsffKO - isii ciaws**. Phone no M FOR RENT—2 room modern tftflet. Bethalto. DU 4-1135 UPPER ALTON— 4 room furnished house, modern, close to S.I.U. Call CL 4-6828. WOOD RIVER — 831 N. Third St. 4-room famished house; no base, fn -T_ -. n a.-.m ^ ' •-'"in i ui iiiaiicu IM/UDV, ti\j isaav 3 ROOMS —And bath. Especially! ms " f «a» heat. Rent $75 month _a^.A _~.__ •(* • _-.. — i. - ~f .. ? rtl.il ft 4 4MM . *....*.!»«« **« J 14«« nice, near St. .Toseoh's Hospital Adults only. CL 4 2911. 3 ROOM" unfurnished apartment", private bath and entrance. All utll- ities_paid. CL 4-2003. 4-ROOM MODERN APT — Middletown. Haet and water furnished. Inquire Ml Washington. Dial CL 4-3893; evenings CL 4-7748. BUSINESS PLACES 4 ROOMS—Oas heat and water furnished. 829 East 8th, Alton. HO 8-7487. POR RENT—3 room apt., downstairs. Heat and water furnished CL 4-4139. CL 4-3678. UNFURNISHED 3 targe rooms end bath. Water furnished. I30 month 103 Maple, Hartford. UNFURNISHED 2 and 3 room apts Heat and water famished. 615 E 5th street. HO 8-8633. UPPER ALTON"* large rooms, heat, water furnished. On bus line. HO 2-4661. UPPER ALTON — Attractive 4 rooms, first floor, 178. Near Industries. No 8-104*. 46 FURNISHED APARPMBNlS 2 ROOM clean furnished apt. Private bath and entrance. HO 6-2384. 2 ROOMS — Utilities furnished, $12 per week, Milton area. 3619 Coro nado Dr. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED—617 Spring. LET ME HAUL IT—LIGHT TRUCKING. ODD JOBS. ROBER1 GASKILL. HO 2-1560 POWER LAWN MOWER •REPAIRS All Makes. Guaranteed Work Registered Service Dealer Pick Up And Delivery MESTERS AUTO REPAIR 215 Niagara. East Alton Ph. CL 4-5921 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE BOOKKEEPER and Payroll — Receptionist, stenographer. biller- typlst. waitresses. Others: $300 a month. American Employment, 205 Plasa. ELDERLY BABY SITTER — Mother works shift work, 3 small children. Ci. 4-7707. EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER —5 • day week. GENERAL OFFICE GIRL—23 - 35. Light, typing, operate calculator. Also biller typist. OUTSTANDING PBX OPERATOR— Minimum 3 years experience. Exceptional opportunity for right person. GREATER ALTON EMPLOYMENT 303 Commercial Bldg. 205 W. 3rd LADY WANTED — Needed to care for invalid. Must know How to cook, Jind_llve Jn._CL_4-7930L MAKE""$50 on SO boxes new LUS- TRECOLOR personalized Christmas Cards; new assortments, exciting gifts, stationery. Profits to 100"j plus bonus. Big FREE Sample Album; assortment on approval: FREE gift for promptness. Write SOUTHERN, 478 N. Hollywood, Dept. 709, Memphis. Tenn. SALESWOMEN — 30 - 65. excellent earnings. Call AVON. HO 2-4278. WANTED — Baby sitter for 3W-yr.- old boy; some housework, white, mature, experienced. References required. 4 to 5-day week. North Alton area. HO 5-1866 after 6 pjn. JVHITE LADY for light houuekeep "ing and baby sitting: to stay. HO 2-1502^ WOOD RIVER — Cleaning lady. 4 hours daily. Must be in good health, good worker. P. O. Box 209. East Alton. It HELP WTD.—Male * Female Cronkite. Mrs. Nixon was asked if she were more thrilled over the prospects of seeing her two daughters in Chicago after a- month's absence or watching her husband being nominated for president. She voted for the former. At the same hour, NBC was taking the hard-news approach in an hour-long "Meet the Press." The network had a tandem team of Republicans, Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona and Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York reading from right to left. Both were handsome and articulate. Their response to questions can best be described in football terms. Goldwater was a line- plunger, Rockefeller an end- around, man, Nixon and Rockefeller also showed up on a pre-convention program on ABC. The vice president had an effective exchange with Edward P. Morgan, one of TV's best interviewers. Although the main result seems pre-ordained, this week's affair may prove that the Grand Old Party can also put on as lively a scrap as the Democrats. The principal difference, us this observer sees it, is the switch in accents. There will be less of the South em and Boitoraan tones, and more of the Midwestern plus the ac- cenUeu California!) of Nixon. It will be interesting to note how many versions we will hear 01 •Chicago." My favorite so far: Rockefel lev's gjju-cog-a. Rev. Zerwgu Returns To Boyhood Church The Rev. Jack Zerwas, D. D., mstor of the Minot, N. D., Pre»- >yterlan Church, returned to bis »oyhood church — Alton First Presbyterian — Sunday to occupy the pulpit. Dr. Zerwa* it the son of Mrs, L. U. Craddick, 808 Herbert ft. He and M»f. Zerwas, with thjir hUdrm, are visiting at the Crad. dick home. committee on civil rights refused to go nearly so far as Nixon and Rockefeller agreed the party should In the 1944 campaign Republicans made capital of a report that President Roosevelt left selection of his vice presidential running mate up to a labor leader, Sidney Hillman, by saying "clear it with Sidney." This year it wouldn't be surprising jf the Democrats try to turn this phrase around by jibing at Nixon that before he could start his campaign he had to "clear it with Rocky." FIVE PERSONS NEEDED for Interesting part-time survey work. No selling. You must be neat, enjoy meeting people, have local transportation, and at least 20 hours per week to devote to this work. Pay upon acceptance will exceed $2 per hour, qualifications Telegraph. POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED—SHARPENED ALL MAKES Complete stock Tore Kut Kwlck mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3526 College. HO 2-7326 HARRIS TREE SERVICE — Power •praying by stata licensed operator. Tree work. HO 2-0811. HO 5-8587. THE WATERWAY TO HEALTH— Sleepy Hollow Mineral Water direct from world famous spa In Hot Springs, Ark. Distributed by Rose- dais Super Market, your Tom Boy Store In Rosewood Heights. CL 9-2866. BUILDING — CONTRACTING A-l CARPENTER WORK —Roofing, concrete porches, basements, guttering, painting. Reasonable. HO 2-2901. ALL CARPENTRY and painting. Interior and exterior. Phone HO 2-7419. BLOCK. BRICK, stone, plaater, concrete. New construction. Remodeling. HO 2-9140. CARPENTER — R o o f 1 n •'repair, block and concrete work: painting. Free estimates. Experienced. HO 2-4110. CARPENTER WORK — Roofing, siding, repairing, remodeling. No lob too small. CL 4-8044. DECOKAT1NU A-l INTERIOR, exterior painting, patch plastering, roofing, carpenter work, repairs. Reasonable. HO 2-2901. INTERIOR and exterior painting. 25 years' experience. Joseph Pankey. CL 4-90*8. INTERIOR-EXTERIOR decorating. Patch plastering, removing wallpaper. No lob too small. HO 27083. 2 LAROE ROOMS — Private bath and entrance: utilities furnished. On East Ninth street. HO 2-1M7. 2 AND 3 FURNISHED ROOMS-. Modem; 1312 RUssell. HO 2-3702. 2~FURNISHED ROOMS — Private entrance and bath. First floor. Utilities furnished. Bachelor or adults. Walking distance to Owens- Ill. Glass. HO 2-4922. 3 FURNISHED ROOMS—Bath, heat and water furnished. 136 Lorena, .Wood river. Apply 135 Lorena. SPACE FOR LEASE WiUhirs Village Shopping Center AREA 20x30— Ideal for profession* person, shoe repair. TV repair or radio shop Immediate location In good commercial area. Call Walter A. H«l* Jr. HALE REALTY CO. East Alton. CL 4 91 IS REAL ESTATE SAU INCOME P 4-famrty atwrtmwt hcrnse, ii«o one duplex Mmn. t*« Afton. ct session, HO 5-1 ith. SMALL *ESiDEWCB Has sewer, wttfi range and watir ti. bath. Lots •lone- art *«m «» price asketf. Can W tract for dead to fet son. 630 St. Louis ROOT River. Day Photie Ct FOR RENT or LEASE—820 • 122 6 Broadway. HO 2-3834. .TEfferton 3-3477. II OFFICE * DESK DOOM OFFICE SPACE for rent. 2 roomi North Side. HO 2-9423. OPP1CBS — Reasonable. Faulstlol building, downtown Alton. Suitable for professional and business. Also meetiag hall 12912 Win remodel. HO WANTED TO RENT 3 BEDROOM HOUSE In nice rest dentlal area of Alton or nearby Wilt sign lease. Call Miller. HO 5-6683 daytime. YOrktown 5-3089 St. Louis, nights. FARM TO RENT—With option t« buy. BOX 590. care Alton Evening Telegraph. REAL ESTATE SALE FARMS and LAND 3-ROOM APARTMENT — All Utllt ties furnished. No children. Apply 307 Spring, Alton. 3 LAROE ROOMS—Everything fur nlshed: private bath. HOB-64M. 3 COOL, attractive rooms, newly decorated. Yard, washing privileges. One small baby welcome, CL 9-3533. 3 ROOM furnished apt. Porch, separate entrance. Llghu, heat, water. $55. 1701 Nelson. HO 5-6078. 3 ROOM furnished apt and garage. 158 7th street, Wood River. References required. a ROOM FURNISHED—Newly dec orated, private bath, heat and wm ter furnished. Adults only. 413 Ridge St. Until S call HO 2-1231: after 5. HO 2-6128. 3 ROOM furnished apt., upstairs. In Wood River. CL 5-1776. 3 FURNISHED ROOMS — Utilities furnished .Inquire 224 Lorena. Wood River. 3 ROOMS — Street level. Private bath, private front and rear entrance, heat, water furnished. $90 month. 2 blocks from business district. East Alton. Inquire 198 Goulding avenue. ROOM furnished apt. Private entrance. Utilities furnished. HO 836 Eaat 5th. _ _ _ 4 LARG'E FURNISHED ROOMS — All utilities furnished. Private entrance. $700. HO 2-7865. BETHALTO—3 room furnished apt. Utilities paid. DU 4-9691. FURNISHED—Three 2 room apts. Dry street, East Alton. Call CL 4-0947. FURNISHED upstairs apt. 3 rooms and bath, private entrance, all utilities furnished. $70. HO 2-7342 after 5 p.m. NICE 2-ROOM FURNISHED apt. All utilities. 204 Henry. HO 5-7331. ONE ROOM EFFICIENCY — For refined person. (7 week. HO 2-8W4 ROXANA 2 rooms. Automatic gas heat It hot water furnished. Private entrance and bath. Adults. No shift workers. $45. CL 4-6802. INTERIOR - EXTERIOR painting, plastering. Also .special on roofing. Free estimates. CL 4-6582: INTERIOR, exterior painting, decor atlng. Wallpaper removed. Free estimates. HO 2-3141. HO 2-0871. If Interested send to Box 610. care MALE or FEMALE — Experienced baker's helper wanted. No phone Dartv calls . apply in person. Evans . »""ij.) Pastry. 2611 State street, on this issue. SPECIFIED COLORED — 5 KOOd workers to sell and promote Lena Home Beauty Cosmetics in the Alton area. Must work on a dally schedule. Excellent earnings. Will help train. Call HO 5-6476 before noon for additional Information and an appointment. IN MEMORIAM uiual de luxe meal to first clan, pAigeng«rs. But Patricia Nixao, M. waul Ulte BOUfied. She left a note lor ttw management, suggesting the addition of one of jaw JavarJtt rinnghniiti i IN MEMORY—Of our dear grandson, Eddie Lee Rhodes, who passed away July 25, 1950: He loaned him to us, our Father above, , A dear little boy to tend and to love. And, Oh, we found joy and contentment so true. In watching and caring for him as he grew. Deep In our hearts though tears dim our eyes, Is where memories are kept and never shall die. And so we are trusting and waiting in prayer, For Heaven seems nearer sine Eddie is there. Sadly missed by Grandm and Grandpa Rhodes, and all who loved him. WANTED — Nursing instructor. construction estimator. Industrial engineer, room clerk, nurses' aide, housemother, waitress fpart time), cook and waitress, housekeeper (stay or go). Tool and die maker, tax driver. Apply In person. Illinois State Employment Service, 87 Henry, Alton. SALESMEN PERSONALS ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS — Hel for the problem drinker. P.O. Bo: 185. East Aftbn.~"HO"5-B237. 2-2712. HO SOCIETIES and LODGES FRANKLIN LODGE—No. 25, A. F Ic A. M. Special meeting Tuesday July 26, 7 p.m. Work In 3rd degree Visiting brethren welcome. Re freshmentf. L. E. Gllleland, W. M. PIASA LODGE-NO. 27. A, F. & A. M Tuesday, July 36. T:30 p.m. Work in M. M. degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Refreshments W. C. Pwklni, W. M. tt PQUND-lnJured Utgle. ' FOUND - BJanket-hftck mala to hound. Albert Jonai. Los»ro«o Una. Godfrey. ^ -oat—3-ye»r-old male beaite. Tricolor, Uuket took, uar wearing colUr or m Cl 8-aJuT t •"'" Ndfiflg CM! biers ow». Pnooit 8 -r*w Bpl?INO «mmi»« ErUlt q AM 8 HU47 AMBITIOUS YOUNG MEN READY FOR SUCCESS South St. Louis Firm Opening ALTON BRANCH Seeks 2 men, age 24 • 36. married, settled and presently employed You will start PART-TIME EVENINGS With classroom and on the job training which time you will earn $30 • $60 weekly depending on hours worked. After complete train- Ing you will be offered an outstanding full lime position In the $6,000 • $8,000 BRACKET For interview report 7 p.m. Monday, July 25. to personnel office East Broadway, Alton. III. PAINTING—Puper hanging * patch plastering. CL 9-2267. PAUL McGUIGGAN — Paper hang Ing. Save money. HO 5-8764. STORAGE — MOVING ACROSS THE STREET ACROSS THE NATION H. A. NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE -OCAL & LONG DISTANCE 1S2« WasMlntton Are. Dial NO 1-0853 WOOD RIVER — 2 furnished rooms, first floor. Utilities paid. Adults preferred. 207 Penning. WOOD RIVER — 208 S. Ninth St. Nicely furnished 3-room apt. Bath, garage optional. 2nd floor brick apt. building. Rent $70 or $75 with garage. Lights, water and heat furnished. Dial CL 4-7748. M 160" ACRE livestock farm. Very goo< fences, deep well, plenty water good all modern house, screene patio, barn and sheds. One mil east of Nutwood. Price $18,500 Fleldon 3315. BY' OWNER—267 acres level gral farm; high fertility. Large moder home, good Improvements, an ample water supply. Marvl Smith, Auxvasse. Mo. LOTS PUR SALE ELIZABETH STREET — Two larg lots $1,500. Pour-bedroom moder home, $7,500. HO 2-6463. KINO SIZE LOTS In D'Adrlan Gar deas. Rolllnr landscaped. Finest the area. City water, natural gas sanitary and storm sewers. Home Adaass. HO 2-4401 ROCK-GATE ESTATES LOTS • Choice f Large O Fire Hydrants 0) Curbs and Gutters • State Approved Sanitary .. Sewers. • Restricted MAURICE J. WICKENHAUSER AGENCY Realtor Phone HO 5-6614 HOUSES FOR SALE FBONTENAC PL.—S-room brick, large bedrooms. Air-conditioned Large lot. Phone HO 6-2546. 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, garage barn, and numerous buildings large frontage, handy to schoo bus. Write for more information Mrs. Otto Ruehrup. 618 E. Penns " vlvania. Staunton. 111. 4 ROOM concrete _J>lock house * ~* * * "w " * NEW 3 BEDROOM BRICK—Loca tlon on Blue Grass most beautlfu streets. Large lot, nas 7 larg shade trees. Must see to apprec ate. Will consider trade. HO 2-H140 w • . * w w w * BETHALTO—S24 Logan 7 room, lots. Take 3 bedroom in trade. DU 4-4272. ROXANA—For sale by owner, room frame, suitable for large fare ily or could be used as two apart ments. Lot 124 x 150. Lots of tree* and shrubs, CL 44705. 47 HOUSES FOR RENT AERO MAYFLOWER Sloan's Moving'ft Storage Co. Exclusive A«Mt Local It Long Distance Moving Warehouse aad Fence* Lot Storage Free Estimates — No Obligation Phone HO 86687 — 2M E. Elm RENTALS 41 SLEEPING ROOMS 2 MODERN — Light housekeeping rooms, furnished. Utilities furnished Apply In rear. 1712 Boiza. HO 5S126. CLEAN and comfortable sleeping room for man or woman. 813 East Sixth. HO 5-6565. LARGE COMFORTABLE sleeping room with fan. .private entrance. Phone HO 5.9404. 720 Alby. MEN'S SLEEPING ROOM—Near Industries. On bus line. 632 Broad' way. East Alton. CL 4-5798. ROOM — 2 blocks from downtown Wood River. Private entrance. CL 4-3947. 21 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE HANDY MAN and woman want work of any kind. CL 9.6320. t) SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMAI E WANTED—Ironings to do in our home. Also baby sitting evenings. CL 4-4820 ROOMS for rent. Clean, outside rooms, 6 and 7 dollars. Special rates for pensioners. Columbia Hotel, 1326 East Broadway. SLEEPING ROOM" for rent. 401 Alby. Phone HO 2-6507. SLEEPING ROOM — Private entrance, electric plate If wanted. 1030 Union St. Phone HO 3.5970. 2 ROOM HOUSE—2 miles on Rt. 67 from the Rt. Ill "Y". on Delhi Rd. 3 ROOM HOUSE with bath. 2809V& North street. HO 2-9180. 3 ROOMS & BATH — All modern Private entrance, utilities furnish ed. Adults only. CL 4-6352. NICE S ROOM & BATH—Full base ment, insulated, stoker heat, aa rage. Wired for electric stove Newly decorated inside and out Reasonable. HO 2-4864. 5 ROOM DUPLEX—3 rooms and bath down, 2 rooms and half bath up. Gas heat. Walking distance to downtown Alton. $65 mo. References required. HO 5-1323. After 5 p.m., HO 2-0815. 4 ROOMS — AH modern. Rosewood Heights. $85 month. Fred Meyer, CL 4-0224 or CL 4-8555. 5 ROOM HOUSE — $45. 3 room house, $25. Lincoln Addition. CL 4" 9874. 5 ROOM HOUSE—Redecorated. Gas heat. Close in. HO 2-1800. 6 ROOM MODERN—529 Alby St. $80 per month. CL 4-9834. 513 SPRING — 4 room house, all modern. S50 month. HO 5-7342. EAST ALTON 6 room house. 3 bedrooms. Centrally located. Stoker heat, double garage. Consider 6-month lease. $85 per month. CL 4-7462. EAST ALTON — 114 E. Main. 5 rooms, modern. References. $75 month. CL 4-7212. FOR RENT — Bethalto: 2-bedroom home, basement. $85 month. 719 N. Prairie or call Belleville ADams 3-9608. . FOR RENT — Furnished 3 room house, modern, 110 a week. Call HO 2-0143. FO'R RENT—New 2 bedroom brick. Bluegrass Subdivision. Rosewood Heights. $105 a month. CL 9-3065. MIDDLETOWN — 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. 2-car garage, laundry. Near schools. References. 1130. HO 5-1023. GOT SUBURBANITY? If not. don't let your wife see this 3 bedroom brick split level home at No. 34 Paris Drive In D'Adrlan Gardens, with Its large family room and huge 2-car garage for that needed storage of lawn equipment, bicycles, etc. Attractive living room with fireplace, all nicely carpeted. 2 baths, snappy kitchen with lots of custom made birch cabinets and electric stove. Large landscaped yard. Call us today, you'll want to see all the other fine features. Full price .. $28,500 C. H. AUTEN AGENCY HO 5-8869 Evening! Please Call Tom Metoalfe .... BO 2 5729 Jack Brockway ... HO 2-9903 Mrs. H. H. Hewitt . . HO 5-8733 HOUSE POR SALE —Two ttory I room building, would terve at an apartmwif. Heated with aei, d««Me 9*raae, Located 1220 Eeit 4th St., Alton. For tion call HO 5-6017, EXECUTIVES jfreftn* several luxury home* irj Rosewood Heights art* 123.900 00. No >hOfle Ifl YODER REAL ESTM wiiihtre Mall Snopotng Center ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS WILSHIRE—BETHALTO } bedroom hornet. Small down or trade, from $ 14,100 Yoder Wllihire Mall CL 4-9113 or CL 4-1484 ' STOREYLAND HOMES why rent when you can owa. a aew brick home with the seme money. Homes located In Bethelto, Hum- ben read end Pox Acm, Price range from s«.««0 to m.flOO Payment as low as 1500, balance monthly on contract, or wltl trade. CL 4-0808 - d 4-8815 CL 4-52S9 WOOD RIVER WE HAVE 2 AND 3-BEDROOM HOUSES priced from $5,800 to Sis.wo: phone us (or addresses and information. Hessenflow & Copplnger Realtor! CL 4-3893. Evenings CL 4-1959 CL 4-7013. CL 4-7748. MEMBER ALTON-WOOD RIVER MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE LOW DOWN PAYMENTS S-ACRE FARM — 4-room house: city water, stool and shower, part basement, CHF furnace, 1 ihed, corner Buckmaster Lane and E. Delmar Rd. $500 down payment, $55 mo. 305 INDIANA—S. ROXANA 6-ROOM MOdERN — 3 bedroom. HW Floors, nice kitchen and cabinets. 31/3 years old. Basement and stoker. Good condition. One block from Shell South Gate. Only $500 down payment. 408 CHURCH, EAST ALTON 7-ROOM MODERN — 2 baths. 2 rooms furniture, front and back porches, nicely decorated, lots of room, oil furnace, gas water heater, part basement. Good 1 or 2-famtIy home. Good condition. Buy for $600 down. 1109 STATE —ALTON 7-ROOM MODERN — 3 or 4 bedroom, newly decorated, large kitchen, stoker. 2-car garage,- 1 block from Irving School. Cose to churches. Wonderful location. Only $600 down, $75 mo. HEM PHI LL AGENCY HO 5-3583 After 5 p.m. J!m Mettler, HO 2.0472 * EXTRA SPECIALS BY * ELI M. GREER, Realtor* Alton, $1,000 Down MIDDLETOWN — $68 per mo. buys this beautiful home. 4-room modern frame: modem kitchen with modern cabinets, HWF. plastered walls. 2 bedrooms, nice walk-out basement, gas furnace. Price only $9.990 Wood River, $l,fOO down, $67 per mo. METZCER AVE. — Excellent location, only 8 years old. 4-room modern frame with garage attached, excellent condition. HWF, lots of cabinet space, large, deep basement, oil furnace, nice shady lot with fence $10,980 last Alton, close to shopping center, only $900 down, $65 per mo. 'his home is priced less than cost. 4-room modern frame: garage attached, modern kitchen with cabinets, 2 bedrooms, full walk-out basement Into back yard. Oil furnace, alum, storm sash,' Only $8,960 ELI M. GREER, Realtor * Office HO 2-0078 After 5 p.m. Cell: Kenneth Greer HO 2-9884 T. R. Stone .. HO 2-9605 Eli Greer ... HO 2-5177 RF.AI ESTATE REAL ESTATE 42 ROOM AND BOARD _ FOR MEN — Nice clean, cool rooms. good meals. Close In. 628 Alby. WILSHIRE— 3 bedroom*, 2 baths, family room, dining room, fireplace, built-in oven and range. Near schools and shopping. $135 month. Yoder, CL 4-91)3. CL 4-1484 FINANCIAL 41 HOUSPKFF.PIISIU ROOMS 1 ROOM EFFICIENCY—Furnished. Adults. 703 Washington. HO 2-1740. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS—Utilities FINANCIAL It BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE—Shoe Repair Business. Established 8 years. Grossing about $6500. Established by the late Herman Linger who has served Alton people for 26 years. HO 2-5520. YES! you can own your own "Hap§ y Tramp" trampoline center, mall Investment! Quick returns! We help find location, layout center and Installation of equipment. Write, wire or phone Armjack Sales Co.. Pontlac. ill. Phone 5759. ANNOUNCEMENTS rt|Mir «id •trvlcv all ntaktt of Oil Furiuctt "Experienced end cepeble workmen, LANGEN OIL COMPANY Phone CL 4.317* furnished. 1426 & Adults. HO 2-3568. 1202 E. 4th. 45 APARTMENTS — PLATS 3-ROOM MODERN — Private entrance and bath. HO 2-4808. 3 ROOMS—Completely private end ™ d . a ™__£'.!l HO 8-8123. FLARGE ROOMS * BATH — Main floor. Hot and cold water: fur- Ished 806 Center St., East Alton. CL 4-8655. FINANCIAL AUTOMOBILE LOANS New tr Dittf Cm REASONABLE BANK RATES tan Third wi Unite Streete Member V 4)44. MORTGAGE LOANS ON HOMES You CM MW ijtt ff ovtn tfeMif b y«i Uvt • first mortMM M LOW INTERfiT RATIf ROSENBERO MORTOAflE 00, N, ROIENBIRQ, Mf r, •25 RIME IT, Olt) NO 0*1111 Offleiln Oltvir Luf Afiaty FOR SALE TO SETTLE Estate of Sarah E. Voorhoos 2 HOMES IN UPPER ALTON 1717 COLLEGE AVE. — '*• story modern brick. Ideal family home near schools, stores. Has 9 bedrooms, large living room, fireplace, oil heat, large garage, tree*. A fine quality home triced at le«« than half of M&eM new cent. MM BOSTWICK ST. - Lroom modern home on one now with bath, gat heat, fie rgaie. ••' rase. Meal for couple, I ion, or a teachers. Has level yard. Close to shops. Economical •• living. Pricewi FOIt Al'I'OIM.MIJM CALL. HO 3-U4J or Ci, •4MM J. l). Vuurlieee, Uxetwtor . FINANCIAL FINANCIAL WHAJ S THOUGHT WITHOUT /4<L .TION When you need e»rro ca*h, *l*k of o«r inrmil (MM Mi-vice. You «ot prompt octta. Aati of como, KM marter If arrayed I* o eo«fMoartal HOWARD FINANCF - ^ » C &/t/AJlt/U/

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