Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 31, 1963 · Page 18
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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, MAY31,1963 Obituaries Killebrew 5r> ill health (or nine months, John !,. Killrhrew. 67. of Alton- .IfTwyvillo ro;ul. ship, diixl al 111 in Godfrey Town- p.m. Tlmrsclav i. Anlhom's Hospilnl. H: hrui hccn a patient in St. /nlhiiMv's Hospital sincr Tuosdny William F. Bund. Alton, and eight grandchildren. Funeral ritps Saturday a Americus will he attended by Mr. and Mrs. William Bund of Allon. nd their son, William Jr., and Mrs. Katilks. Hanks JOHN KILLEBREW and prior to that had been in John Cochran Veteran's Hospital, St. Louis. Mr. Killebrew. a veteran ofj World War 1, Co.. Jerseyville. died Divid Shrs 3.44 .'(.78 HARDIN - Karris Marshal I Hanks. , r >(i. H machinisl <<t BaiiK'li- I man Alfg. unexpectedly Thursday at 9 p.m. at his homo in East Hardin. Mr. Hanks, a veteran of World War 11, \\~t\s born .Inly '£\ 1907. a son of the lale Mr. and Mrs. Archie C. Hajiks. Ho is survived by his wife, the former Sadie M. Fiedler: a sister, Mrs. Velma Bourlancl. Rosewood Heights, and four brothers. Kenneth. Russell, and Merle, Hardin. j Tevev. El. and Archie, Kieldon. The body is at the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home where friends may call after 2 p.m. Saturday. Services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. in the funeral home to be Prices of 16 Mutual Funds Following is a list of 16 mutual investment fund stock quotation provided to the Telegraph by New-hard. Cook Co., through its Alton office. These stocks are selected on the basis of their sales and ownership in the area The quotations are yesterday's closing. Issue. Wd. Asked. Affil. Fund 8.22 8.89 Broad St 14.33 15.49 Bullock 13.5S 14.89 Capit. Shrs 10.80 11.84 Fid. Cap 8.66 Fid. Fund 16.22 Fid. Tr 14.22 Fund Inv 9.85 Keystone K-2 ... Keystone S-4 ., Mass. Tr , Mass. Grth Nation W. Sec. Nat. Tnves. .... 5.26 4.31 14.93 8.29 22.89 15.47 7.53 9.41 17.54 15.47 10.79 5.74 4.71 16.32 9.02 24.76 16.72 8.21 conducted by Lowell Manchester, will be in Hardin Ceme- Burial tery. Goodyear entered the St.! In failing health for the past past three months, Mrs. Anna Good- He returned home from Johmyear. 88. died at 8 p.m. Thurs- Louis hospital in April and had year and seriously ill for undergone surgery there April '2'2 Cochran three weeks ago. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Killebrew, he was twrn April 17, 1896, in Scott County. He came to Alton area in 1941, and had worked at Owens-Illinois, at International Shoe Co., and at Missouri Portland Cement Co., retiring from the latter in April of 1961. Since December of 1960 he had resided on a farm in Godfrey area. Surviving are his wife, the former June Lane, to whom he was married Jan. 21, 1920, in Carrollton; a son, Harold, Dow; two daughters, Mrs. Donald Woosley, South Roxana, and Mrs. Robert Ursch, Alton; a sister, Mrs. Emma Northrop, Alsey, and four grandchildren. His parents, a sister and a brother, preceded him in death. i Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 10 a.m. in Staten Chapel by the Rev. Lolard Simmons, pastor of Curdle Heights Baptist Church. Burial will be at Glasgow. Visitation hours at the chapel will be after 7 p.m. Saturday. Graveside rites at Glasgow Cemetery will be at noon Monday. iday at the Bin-Fountain Manor Nursing Home, Godfrey. She was born at Bethalto, June S. 1874, a daughter of the late Mr. and M v s E i 1 e r t Wilken She came to this area some 50 years ago and spent the rest of her life in the ' -'' Godfrey area. • Her husband, •/i Louis Goodyear, - " ~ * preceded her in Goodyear death, Oct., 15, 1929. Since that time she has made her home with her children until 3 years ago when she entered Alton Woman's Home. To her host of friends she was known as Grandma Goodyear. She was a lifelong member of the Trinity Lutheran Church, Alton. Funeral Mass for Mrs. Mary Erthal Funeral Mass for Mrs. Mary E. Erthal. 29, wife of Paul Erthal of 360 S. Oak St., Cottage Hills, was read at 10 a.m. today in St. Kevin's Church, Rosewood Heights. The Rev. Father Frank O'Hara was celebrant of the Mass, and was in charge of committal rites in St. .Joseph's Cemetery. Thomas Weber and Robert Flann. co. Neivs of Stocks Chrysler Sets High NEW YORK (AP)—Motors and steels continued to pace a stock market drive toward new 1963 highs late this afternoon. Trading was active. Volume for the day was esti mated at 4.8 million shares com pared with 1.35 million Wednesday. Chrysler, up more than 2 at best, touched another historic high. Ford spurted more than a point. American Motors was about a point higher. General Motors and Studebaker added fractions Most steels gained fractionally. Youngstown Sheet adding a full 2 points. Polaroid ran up more than 5 Xerox alwut 3, Texas Instrument! more than 2. Atlas Corp., fractionally higher bid fair to place among the most active issues again. Also briskly traded Minneapolis-Honeywell ad vanced 3, Addressograph a point, Jonathan Logan a fraction. Continental Air Lines and Western Union were active fractional losers Gains exceeding a point were scored by DuPont, General Electric, U.S. Gypsum, International Harvester, and Caterpillar. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer also rose more than a point while gains of about a point were registered for American Telephone, Air Reduc- Se'ving as pallbearers weretion. Pan American World Air- John Erthal, Donald Erthal, Rich- ways, Litton Industries, Southern ard Garretl. Bennie Ray Abbott, Railway, Radio Corp., and Texa- Souers Howard Souers of Hillsboro, i brother of Mrs. Moral Baugher Wood River, died Thursday in Hillsboro Hospital following an illness of some time. Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. in Bass Funeral Home, Hillsboro. Beside his sister, Mrs. Baugher he is survived by another sistei and two brothers. His mother died a year ago on Memorial Day . Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ann Weindel of Godfrey, four ons, William. John, and Louis Jr. 1 Alton and Fred of Pekin. She eaves six grandchildren and 13 reat grandchildren. One son, ieorge preceded her in death at Ft. Myers Fla. The body is at Morrow-Quinn Mortuary where friends may cal after 3 p.m. Sunday and until noon Monday when the body will be taken to church tor services a 2 p.m. Funeral rites will be held at the Trinity Lutheran Church conducted by the Rev. Baenvald Burial will be in the Alton Cem etery. Dawson Mrs. Lila Webb Rites Sel Sunday EDWARDSVILLE — Funeral ervices for Mrs. Lila Webb, 62, if 321 Olive St., will be held at p.m. Sunday from the Mt. Joy Baptisl Church. Rev. Virgil lardner will conduct the serv- ces and interment will be in Voodlawn Cemetery. Friends may all after noon Saturday at the Straube Funeral Home. Mrs. Webb, who, died at 8:05 .i.m. Monday, was born March 0, 1901 at Pacific, Mo., a daugh- er of the late Mr. and Mrs. Clinon Stewart. She was married iept. 9, 1924 to Eugene T. Webb, vho survives. Two brothers and two sisters also survive: Albert Stewart and Vliss Mary Stewart, both of St. Louis; William Stewart and Mrs. Vlamie Smith, both of Detroit, Mich. She was a member of Mt. Joy Stamper JERSEYVILLE — Clara M teacher, die Jerse George L. Dawson of Americus Ga., retired Olin Matliieson Chem ical Corp. executive, died Wed nesday in Emory Hospital, Atlan ta, Ga. following a heart opera tion. He was 67. Mr. Dawson, a former assistan manager ol the small arms plan in St. Louis, and former manage of Winchester Arms at New Haven, Conn., had been retired for 14 years. He was born in Alton, in September ol 1895, a son of Uie late Mr. and Mrs. James Dawson. He attended the Alton schools and during World War 11 had been assistant manager of the small arms plant in St. Louis. Surviving are his wife, Marie; a son, James K., Chicago; a daughter, Mrs. Betly Usrey, Albany, Ga., two sisters, Mrs. Farie Faulk, St. Louis, and M r s. Stamper, retired Thursday at 5 a.m. in Community Hospital. Mrs. Stamp er, 83, resided at Dow. The former Clara Galloway, she was born Sept. 11, 1879, a daugh ter of the late Mr. and Mrs Thomas Galloway. She was a member of the firs class to be graduated from Graf ton High School. Mrs. Stampe had taught in the schools of Mad ison and Jersey counties, and wa former principal school, Alton. Surviving are a (Buddy) Stamper, of Delmar son, Josep Dow; thre Baptist Church. Radcliff Funeral; Melville Interment Funeral services for Miss Elec ta M. Radcliff were conductet at 10 a.m. today in Gent Chape by the Rev. W. Kennard Lacy pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Brighton. Interment was in Melville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dean Smith Fred Bachman, Jack Porter, Sid ney Gent, and Gregory and John Radclia. North American Car was up at 23 on 7,400 shares. American Crystal Sugar dropped 2 and South Puerto Rico Sugar nearly 2. The market was higher from start as it continued the rally Wednesday, with about the ame kind of leadership. American Stock Exchange •ices advanced in moderately ctive trading. Corporate bonds edged higher. ,S. government bonds were ainly firm. News of Grains Corn Futures Grow Firm CHICAGO (AP)— The grain fu- ures market mustered a little rmness most of the time today Ithough trading was unusually ow. Brokers said offerings were lack and that nearly all the usiness was done on resting or- er. However, some commercial uying was noted in corn and soybeans. Estimated carlot receipts were unavailable because of the Me mortal Day holiday. CHICAGO (AP)— No wheat or oats sales. Corn No 3 yellow 1.26 Soybeans No 2 yellow 2.59%. Cut Flowers Floral Arrangements Member F.T.D. LEO WILLIS JR. Alton Floral Phone 406-1288 Evening 466-8617 daughters, Mrs. John Zimmei man and Mrs. Adolph Hooper, Jerseyville, and Mrs. Alice Gisy, Dow, 34 grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Her husband, Joseph E. Stamper, to whom she was married Dec. 31, 1903, preceded her in death. The body is at Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home where services will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. by the Rev. Kenneth Taylor. Burial will be in Scenic Hill Cemetery, Jrafton. Friends may visit the funeral wme after 3 p.m. today. vives. A'son, Norman H., a daugh ter, Mrs. William Marit, both o Grainey Addition, Glen Carbon, a sister Mrs. Roy Russell of Vallej City, 111., and three grandchildren also survive. She was a member of St. Ce celia's Church, Glen Carbon, an Rose Camp 1555, Royal Neigh bors of America Glen Carbon. A Requiem Mass will be rea at 9 a.m. Saturday from St. Cecelia's Church by Rev. Fr. Pau Hebenstreit, pastor. Intermen will be in the Glen Carbon Ceme ery. Friends may call tonight a he Weber Funeral Home, wher he Rosary will be recited at 7 p m. and the Royal Neighbors memorial service conducted at 8 p m. Nekola EDWARDSVILLE — Mrs. Hen- •iutta Nekola, 58, of Glen Carbon died at 1:50 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, vhere she had been a patient two nonths. She was born Sept. 17, 1904 at lien Carbon, a daughter of the ate Henry and Emma Martin Dee. She was married Feb. 6 1929 to Albert H. Nekola, who sur- Smifh Synonym for Service EAGER TO SERVE DEDICATED TO PLEASE MODERATE CHARGES ALTON-WOOD RIVE UE1HAL10 Eckel GREENFIELD — Mrs. Paul E Eckel, daughter of Mrs. J. D Thornton, Greenfield and a siste of the Rev. S. W. Thornton, pa tor of First Presbyterian Churcl died Thursday at Bethesda, Md according to word received here Her mother and brother, t h Rev. Thornton, are in Bethesd where they had gone several day ago, and they will remain fo the funeral Monday. Surviving beside her mothe and brother, are another brothe David, who is in Japan, and tw sisters, Mrs, Ervin Woerne Homewood, and Mrs. Nelson R Darragh, St. Louis. Because of the absence of t h Rev. Thornton, Sunday schoc services will be held only at th church Sunday. Wolf EDWARDSVILLE—Emil Fred rick Wolf, 87, formerly of E< wardsville, died at 4:21 p.m Thursday at his home in Westfiel< N.J. Born Oct. 28, 1875 at Edward wile, he has made his home i New Jersey for the past fou years. The Lesley Marks Funeiv Home will be in charge ol a rangements. Early history of diamonds lost in time, but they were know hundreds of years before U" Chrislian Era. Students Visit Club at Roxana ROXANA — Latham Harris , ; as chairman of the program fol- owing a dinner Wednesday of the totary Club at First Presbyter- an Church. Students who had een guests throughout the year vere guests and the club asked questions concerning their educa ional future, views on commu- iism, Integration, states rights 'S federal government and in Ivistrlal growth. Students rtere Max Gay, Paul Strulmrik, Jerry Tovo, Kenneth 'loyd, Bill Belt, Craig Johler, lary Mathewson, Steve Sample, Bob Vasey, Dan Thompson, Bruce Scott, Gary Floyd, Greg Hutchin on, Charles Jurjevich, Murray Harbke, Steve Taulbee and Darl Valker. Visiting Rotarians were Bob Mash of Collinsville, Ben Vine ind Bill Slayton of Alton, Harvey lice, former charter member, low ol Mississippi. 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. .uotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research has ndicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to the 'elegraph by Newhard, Cook & Co., from its Alton office. (The lew York Exchange closes at :30 p.m. (Alton time), so these re not the closing quotations). iT&T 123%, Gen. Motors 73%, iranite City Steel 30%, Olin lathieson Chem. 40, Owens-Ill. 9%, Shell Oil 43%, Sinclair 44%, ocony 69%, Standard Oil (Ind.) 7%, Standard (NJ) 67%, U. S. teel 51%, Sears 89%. Scout Mothers Will Stage Sandwich Sale The Mothers Auxiliary of Boy cout Troop 28 of Clara Barton rrade School will hold a sand- ich sale at the Alton Plaza Arade Saturday from 10 a.m. until p.m. High Low Close Prev close Wheat Jul Sep 3ec Mar Com Jul Sep Dec Mai- Oats Jul Sep Oec Mai- Rye Jul Sep Dec Mar 1.85% 1.85 1.85% 1.87% 1.86% 1.86% 1.86 7 /i 1.91% 1.91 1.91 1.91}* 1.91% 1.90% 1.91 1.91 1.23% 1.22% 1.23% 1.22% 1.21 1.20% 1.20% 1.20V 1.15% 1.15% 1.15% 1.15V 1.18% 1.18% 1.18% 1.18? .67% .68% .70% .71% .67 .67% .70% .71% .67% .68% .70% .71% .67 .67? .70V .71? 1.28 1.27% 1.27% 1.27? 1.28 1.27% 1.27% 1.27? 1.30% 1.30 1.30% 1.30V 1.31 1.32 1.31 1.32V Soybeans Jul 2.59% 2.57% 2.59% 2.58? Aug 2.59% 2.58% 2.59% 2.58 Sep 2.53% 2.51% 2.53 2.51? Nov 2.51% 2.50% 2.51% 2.50" Jan 2.55 2.53% 2.55 2.53? Mar 2.57% 2.56 2.57% 2.56V Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 11 (AP) — (USDA) — Hogs 6,500 barrows and gilts 1-2 190-240 1 17.65-90; largely 17.85 down; 2250-270 Ib 17.00-50; 1-2 150-170 1 14.75-16.50; sows 1-3 275-350 1 14.50-15.00; 350-400 Ib 14.00-75; 2400-650 Ib 13.00-14.00; boars 12.01 50. Cattle 600; calves 125; steer choice near 1,000 Ib 23.00; loa choice 1,065 Ib 22.75; load choic 1,260 Ib 22.50; load mostly choic near 1,200 Ib 22.00; high choic 700 Ib 21.25; cows utility an commercial 14.50-16.50; bulls uti ity and commercial 17:00-19.50 feeders 60 head choice steers nea 950 Ib 23.00; good and choice vea ers 26.00-31.00; good and choic calves 20.00-26.00. Produce Prices At St. Louie ST. LOUIS (AP)—Eggs and liv poultry: Eggs, consumer grades, A larg 28-29, A medium 23-24, A sma 17-18, B large 26-27, wholesa grades, standard 25-26%, uncla sified farm run 24-25, checks 2 Hens, heavy 16, light over 5 Ib sified farm run 24-25, checks 2 21. Hens, heavy 16, light over 5 Ib 10-11, under 5 Ibs 7-8, commerci broilers and fryers 17%-18. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES egal — 29-31 — June 1 CITY OF ALTON, ILLINOIS NOTICE OF LETTING (1) Sealed proposals will be re- :ived in the office of the Director Public Works until 10:00 o'clock M.. DST, June 11. 1963 for furn- hing materials required In the aintenance of City Streets In the unlcipallty of Alton and at the me publicly opened and read. (2) Proposals shall be submitted n forms furnished by the Munl- pality which may be obtained at e office of Director of Public 'orks, and shall be enclosed in an nvelope endorsed "Material Pro- osal, 1963 nee". City Street Malnten- (3) The right is reserved to re- ect any and all proposals and to aive technicalities. A proposal uarantee in the form of a bank raft, bank cashier's check or certi- ed check in the amount of not ess than ten (10) per cent of the id, or for the amount specified in he schedule listed in Article 2.7 of le Standard Specifications, will be equlred. A surety bond for the mount of the award will be requir d CITY OF ALTON. ILLINOIS Paul A. Lenz, P. E. Director of Public Works LEGAL — 17 — 24 — 31 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all ersons that the First Monday in uly, 1963 is the Claim Date in the estate of BESSIE M. SANDERSON a/k/a BESSIE M. STUMBORG. Deceased, pending in .the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, ind that claims may be filed agalnsl he said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Dated this 13th day of May. 1963. SAMUEL E. DREW WILL-IAM D. DREW Executors. Attest: DALE HILT Probate Clerk LEGAL — 17 24 31 ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL — 27 — 28 — 29 — 31 —— INVITATION FOR BIDS. THE MADISON COUNTY H0US- ING AUTHORITY wilt receive bid* for the construction of Project Illinois J5-I1 consisting of one 7 story building containing 78 dwelling units plus community, management and maintenance space. Including all necessary utilities, and site Improvements, Including lawns and planting to be located In Colllnsvlllo. Illinois, until 2:00 P.M.. Daylight Saving Time on the 27th day of June 1963, at the, office of the Executive Director of the Madison county Housing Authority. Market and Washington Streets, Madison, Illinois, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Proposed forms of contract documents, Including plans and specifications, are on file at the office of the MADISON COUNTY AUTHORITY at Market and Washington Streets, Madison, Illinois, and at the office of ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERS, INC., at 331 North 8th Street. East St. Louis, Illinois. Copies of the documents may be obtained by depositing $100.00 with the MADISON COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY for each set of documents so obtained. Such deposit will be refunded to each person who returns the plans, specifications and other documents In good condition within ten (10) days after bid open Ing A certified check or bank draft, payable to the MADISON COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY. U.S. Government bonds, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and acceptable sureties In an amount equal to five per cent <6%J of the bid shall be submitted with each bid. The successful bidder will be re. quired to furnish and pay for satis, factory performance and payment bond or bonds. Attention Is called to the fact that not less than the minimum salaries and wages as set forth In the Specifications must be paid on this project. The bidder shall not include any Illinois Retailer's Use Taxes to his bid — Exemption certificates for these taxes will be furnished by the Local Authority. The MADISON COUNTY HOUS TNG AUTHORITY reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any informalities in the bid- No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of forty-five (45) days subsequent to the opening of bids without the consent of the MADISON COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY. MADISON COUNTY HOUS ING AUTHORITY By D. F. Braner Title Executive Director. Date: May 24, 1963. 7 ' 7 AfcMi"HAND WANTED — Who known farm work with year* of experience, who can handle all-kind* of farm equipment and be willing to work steady and who will take an Interest In hl»' work. Steady work If you qualify at above farm wages. No house. 466-2698 or write wm.- E. Router. R. 4. Godfrey. 7 — 31 VANTED—Welders & fitter*. Graf ton Boat Co., Inc., Grafton, 111. JABYS1TTER WANTED — Care for 2 children, ages 7, 4. References required. HO 2-4259. 8 — 1 ;URB GIRLS WANTED — Full time. Apply In person after 8 p.m Spot Light Drive-In. 1490 Edwards vllle Road. 8 — 31 CURB GIRLS WANTED — Part time, about 3 hours a day. Apply in person after 6 p.m. Spotlight Drive In. 1490 Edwardsvllle Road 8 — 3 HOUSEKEEPER and care of ! children In East Alton. Must stay 372-3811 or 254-8495. 8 — 31 IN LOVING MEMORY 3 — 31 GILBERT STAUFFER ^- In mem. ory of Gilbert Stauffer. Our hearts still ache with loneliness Our eyes shed many tears Only God knows how we miss you At the end of six long years. Sadly missed by Dad, Mom and Sister 2 — 31 The family of Joseph C. Mans want to thank our many friends and relatives for flowers, spiritual bouquets, expressions of sympathy and other acts of kindness during our recent bereavement. Especially Rev. Father Robinson, Weerts and Census, Pallbearers and Gent's Funeral Home. MONUMENTS — CEM. LOTS 6 — 3 2-GRAVE LOT in Roselawn Cemetery. Lutheran section. DU 4-7460. PERSONALS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5-1612. 7 — 6-24 ALL TYPES of confidential investigations. Downstate investigation Service Licensed and bonded. D. A. Landers, AT 8-3155. Rt. 4, Ed wardsville. 7 — 6-14 • , LICENSED DETECTIVE — Legal photography. E. Burt, 2006 Washington Ave.. Alton. 465-7350. 7 — 6-19 TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (form erly Dex-A-DIet). New name, same formula, only 08c. Honke Phar macy. 8 RUMMAGE * PASTRY SALES 8 — 31 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all persons that the First Monday in July, 963 is the Claim Date in the estate of THOMAS EDWARD MILLER. De- ceassd, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Dated this 9th day of May. 1963. FERN JONES MILLER Executrix. Attest: DALE HILT, Probate Clerk Armbruster & Diaz, Attorneys. Legal — 24-31 -June 7 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all persons that the First Monday in JULY, 1963 is the Claim Date in the estate of FREDERICK W. STOLZE. Deceased, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of summons. Dated this 17th day of MAY, 1963. GEORGE STOLZE Executor. Attest: DALE HILT Probate Clerk BRUCE QUACKENBUSH Attorney LEGAL — 17 — 24 — 31 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all persons that the First Monday in July, 1963 is the Claim Date In the estate of ELIZABETH M. LAWRENCE, Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of summons. Dated this 10th day of May, 1963. MILDRED LAWRENCE SMITH, MARY JOSEPHINE MAGUIRE, Executrlces. Attest: DALE HILT Probate Clerk GEORGE BERRY, Attorney LEGAL — 3 ALTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO II Alton, Illinois NOTICE The Board of Education of the Alton Community Unit School District No. n, Alton. Illinois, Is inviting bids on the following work to be performed during the months of June. July and August, 1963. Letting No. Work 1-63 Alton Senior High School Interior Painting 2-63 Fosterburg School Exterior Painting 3-63 Fosterbura School Interior Palntlnu 4-63 Lincoln School Exterior Painting 5-63 Lowell School Interior Painting 6-63 Lowell School Exterior Painting 7-63 Milton School Interior Painting 8-63 Rufus Easton School Interior Painting 9-63 Union School Exterior Painting 10-63 McKlnley School Concrete Walk 11-63 Alton Senior High School Concrete Work Specifications on lettlngs may be obtained by calling or writing the Board of Education, 1211 Street, Alton, Illinois. Henry APOLLOS SHRINE will have rum mage sale, 9 a.m. Sat. June 1. 517 Belle. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10 — 6/4 : : FOUND — Lady's watch, Wllshlre Shopping Center area, Friday eve ning 259-6818 after 4 p.m. 10— 1 LOST — Fat brown and white par beagle dog. No collar, answers t name of "Boots". CL 4-6571. 10 — 1 Will owner please call or will glv to good farm home. Young male collie shepherd. 466-3807. NOTICES 11 WIRELESS INTERCOMS and Walkie Talkies for sale. For business o pleasure. Sales and Service. Phone HO 5-2421, 11 — 7 YARD WORK — Plowing, discing weed and grass mowing. CL 9-1166 Ray Werts. 1 RIDERS I1A 11A RIDE WANTED — From Woo River to Market St., St. Louis CL 9-1652. 11A -r 1 WANTED—Ride to Klrkwood, Mo Monday. Friday, from Alton-Wow River area. 254-2566. EDUCATIONAL I2A INSTRUCTIONS 12-A — 6/4 Watch for EXAM-VAN Men — Women — 18 to 39. Examl ners from St. Louis Airport has will be In Alton-Wood River area soon to Interview applicants fo Airline Passenger Service Caree and summer positions on land an sea. Seasoned airline personne earn $7,000 per year average, St Louis school course, short budge course prepares for TRAVEL RAMP, STATION. TICKET, COM MUNICATIONS, GROUND AND FLIGHT HOSTESS WITH FREE FLYING. To arrange for free App! test, If you are a high scnoo graduate, call: Alton — 462-5705 or mall card to Jet-Age Careers P.O. Box 6141, Lambert Airport St. Louis 45. Missouri, 12A — 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 11 15 10 17 1 21 22 23 24 25 29 30 31 MEN—GET THAT JOB OPERATING BULLDOZERS. Grad ers, Draglines, Backhoes, an' Scrapers. Earn top wages. We wl train you on our equipment. Ca WV 4-0555. ASSOCIATED Heavy Equipment Schools. lac. 311 N. Lindbergh. St, Louis 41, Mo 12A — TF Mon. thru Frl. —— IBM Key Punch—'Burroughs, N.C.R. Bookkeeping Machine ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF AUTOMATION (As Seen on TV) 6427 Hampton, 60& N. Grand CALL COLLECT FL 1-1197 or OL 2-5454 EMPLOYMENT Bids will be opened at a meeting of the Board of Education to be held at the Board of Education offices at 1211 Henry Street, Alton. Illinois, on June 10, 1863, at 10:00 A.M. D.S.T. The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all bids or parts thereof, and to waive all technicalities. HAROLD W. DAVIDSON, Secretary 17 HELP WANTED — MALE 17 _ 8 CASUALTY CLAIM ADJUSTED FOR BELLEVILLE AREA — Ex perlenced. Write L. O. Grandone Claims Manager, Illinois Nation) Insurance Company, P. 0. Box 91 Springfield, Illinois, Telegraph Want' Ads "CLICK' Read Telegraph Want Ad» DalJj EMPLOYMENT HELP WANTED — MALE 31 HALE CLERK TYPIST for stock room. CL 4-3821. Ext 22. 7 — 31 ! BUS. 8 PAIR* 8 FT. — utility box?g-$ 75> Phone Grafton._STerlln8 6-3600. 2-6/7 —— AMPLE MAN — In plant labora tory (local Inventory). High school education. Must be In clear on Military Service. Write Box 1190 care of Alton Evening Telegraph 7 - 1 8 HELP WANTED—FEMALE 8—1 CHRISTIAN LADY — Wanted to cook for nursing home. References required. Hours 7 to 3 p.m. 6 days week. HO 5-4023. 8 — 31 - • ^ — 25-35, can have small child, housework, modern farm home for one Protestant .adult 37 years old. Write Box 1200 In care Alton Telegraph. 8 — 31 dIDDLEAGED LADY WANTED To move into our home, care for . children aging 1 to 14, while mother and father work. Private room,' board and salary, Sundays off. STerling 6-3769 Grafton. 8 — 1 YEAR OLD — I ton Phllco' air conditioner, A-l, $15. 714 E, 7th Alton. 8 — 31 VA1TRESS WANTED—Redtop Cafe 201 Belle St. No experience neces sary. 8 — 31 VANTED—LADY 25 years or over to help with housework. HO 2-6569 8 — 1 VANTED — A miracle — A lovely lady to stay with our lovely daught er Room and board with wages 254-9215. 9 HELP WTD., Male * Female 9 — 7/2/63 TRAWBERRY PICKERS — Apply Brand Strawberry Field. Brighton FRontler 2-3419. FRontler 2-3745. 1 SALESLADIES TANLEY HOME PRODUCTS has opening for 3 ladles. Car neces sary. Call 466-1176. 9A — 31 Young Ladies, 18-24 young girls to travel with chaperoned group. California and re. turn. Must be neat and willing to work. $1.75 an hour, plus bonus. Can earn $400 monthly. Parents welcome at Interview. See Mrs. Goodneck Wednesday. 4-7 p.m.! Friday 9 a.m.-7 p.m. at Mineral Springs Hotel. to SALESMEN o — i IMMEDIATE OPEN 92 written guarantee. Local. Full time year around. Married man under 40. Call 259-1672 7 p. m. to 8 p.m. 0 — 31 Young Men, 18-24 young men to travel California and return, must be neat and willing to work. Outside work. Can earn $1.75 an hour. Plus bonus. Can earn $400 monthly, transportation furnished. See Mrs. Goodneck Wednesday, 4-7 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. at Mineral Springs Hotel. 2 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE 2 — 31 GENERAL HOUSEWORK — Iron ing, by day. Friday, Sunday and Tuesday. HO 5-1039. 22 1 — 13 WANTED — Typing at home. Rea sonable rates. Call HO 5-9250 be fore 2 p.m. :2 — 1 WOMAN WILL — Care for elderly sick or new mother and baby. HO 2-9175. FINANCIAL U BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 23 — 31 FOR SALE — Good nelghborliooc grocery with modern living quart ers and extra 2 room house rente on rear of lot. Price Includes build ing, fixtures and stock. Reasonable owner retiring. HO 5-8516. 23 — 4 FOR SALE — Cafe, good business Price, when shown by appoint ment. Phone Marine, 111. TUlip 7-4516. 23 — 6-6 FOR SALE—One of Alton's bette restaurants and lounges. Fixtures property included. Box 1130. car Alton Tblegraph. 23 — 31 GODFREY AREA — Restuarant well established. All stock tt equip ment Included in price. Small liv Ing quarters. Owner selling be cause of ill health. Price $9,900 More information, call Carl o Viola Tuetken HO 5-5095 anytime Tarrant Agency. 23 — 31 KIDDY-CAR RIDE — Excellen spare-time Income. Call 462-7668 DU 4-9207 after 5 p.m. 23 — 5 "Ladles' ready to wear — other In terests force sale — get in on th ground floor In new college town. COLONIAL AGENCY. Edwards vllle 656-7381. 23 — 1 LEASE TRUCKS NEEDED We are now leasing for immedlat hauling of heavy equipment, ol field equipment, pipeline supplle in 47 states and Canada. We ar in need of tractors, single or tan clem with flat trailers 35 ft. an up. Applicants must be at least 2 years old and pass ICC physica Call weekdays 8:00 to 5:00, M Sam Rhoads or Mr. Floyd Cam pell at 529-1629 or 529-1628, Spring field, 111. 23— MAN OF ACTION Looking for a challenge that wl get you into your own prof 1 tab business? New business frontle U franchising. Write for free 11 of exclusive opportunities In you area. Continuing guidance assurec Partake 103 Dewey Dr., Collln vllle, 111. Ph. 345-0032. 23 — 6-3 RESTAURANT FOR SALE — Du to ill health, I must sell this faste growing restaurant in the area Great opportunity to purchase well established and Advertise business. Buyer must have cash $8.000 to $10,000. Phone CL 9-186 3 to 6 p.m. only. INVESTMENTS — STOCKS 31 24 24 — ... — WANT TO SELL — Contract fo deed for $22,500, on 317 acre farm drawing 6% Interest, Dial CL 9-367 PERSONALSERVICE 10 DRESSMAKING—TAILORING 30 — 1 DRESSMAKING — Alteration grade school uniforms madi Reasonable, 465-2131. 30 — 6-22 DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pan cuffed, Reasonable. References, I my horn*. CL 4-4034. BUSINESS SERVICE 32 BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 32 — 3 BUD'S WALL WASHING SERVIC — Also household maintenance Worker Insured. Free estimates 468-1659. 32 -r 6-21 FOR SALE—2-way radios. New an used units for your house, ca boat. Free FCC license. No exam For business or pleasure. Ouaran teed Installations. Cash or terms HO 5-2421, 32 — 6-20 GUTTERING * SPOUTING — Duo work, White's Tin Shop. CL 9-2808 32 — LAWN MOWERS — Sharpened an repaired. Pick-up tnd delivery Phone CL 9-6320. BUSINESS SERVICE 48 45 - I 4?ROOM BASEMENT AOTforrtftt »M .,Hmi»t nftld. ,»BO. HO t-wn<. All Utllltlel 45 — 1 POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED-SHARPENED ALL MAKES Authorized Tore Service Complete stock Toro, Lawn-Boy rers riding mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. HO 2-7326 2 "SWIMMING POOLS Chemicals, and pool equipment Duggerft Bailey, Contractors and Authorized Dealers. Incorporated. 384-4662. 254-28M, i'BUILDING - CONTKACTIHU^ A'rCA^PENTER.^ modeling, alum, dows, roofing, able. 462-2901, 3 - 6-10 -Basement waterproof UUJJ wuuu— »"•«"»»•" ,r Ing & cement work of all 466-2407. p.m. " _ __ 5?RO"OM UPSTAIRS APT.-MleWtj . ' *-j bedrooms Includes 1% . b *»J»>| stove, refrigerator furnished. Most convenient. Shown dally 832 Wash. ington, 462-8632. ATTRACTIVE — Modern 8 room and *ath apt., private •«tranc«. large cedar closet, nSwIy decorated, aduluoftly.^Lj^M*; _ . ATTRACTIVE •- 2*4 rooms «»• stalrV; Upper Alton good too.Mo.. heat, water, garage. 465-1046. _ 45 — 6-28, _ WORK — Home lltl- provements of all types. Experienced. DU 4-9290. M R 22 ___ ii — — — — — — — •^j*— • GUTTERING — Roofing, painting. odd Jobs, repairs. Reasonable. Prompt service. 254-3649. _ M DECORATING A — - ft 1 R __ , in _ i - „__ __•_•_••••• A-i "PAPER HANGING— save money. HO 5-8764. 76 BEAUTIFUL-ynfurnlshed t .---apt. Oarage. Air conditioned. Ex elusive location. HO B-S428. JOWNSTAIRS APT. - Unfurnished. 3 large rooms, private bath, prf- vate entrance, basement. Heat furnished. 440 E. 8th St. $65 mo. 462-9797. first „. _..- cold i f60 BEST IN DECORATING—Painting Interior and exterior. Paper hang- UUIUCA, ™zZ"un •> «sf Ing and removal. Free estimates. CL 4-4354 or HOZ-43W. Reasonable prices. 466-1134. • 34 — 6/21/63 INTING. PLASTERING—Remov. Ing wallpaper. No Job too small Free estimates. 466-2852. 462-9657, 6 EXCEPTIONALLY NJCB - • N.W S rooms and bath. Rosewood Hts. rnum.-v. — Papering, remove paper with steamer. Work guaran teed. Kathryn Gayon, HO 5-6944. 14 — 6/25 Of ^ Ui iiiauvi** WTii .., 2-3234 and HO 5-9347. "NEAR ROXANA THEATRE I rooms and bath, tile floors, cabinets, gas stove, otherwise unfurnished. Hot water heat, first floor, private, nice. $45 Open. Apt. No. I, 143 East Third, Roxana. „ _ „ HO 2-6757, Evenings. • • WALLPAPER REMOVED,-. Cell- 45 - TP • N _ 5 . Room _ , it 37 - TF wed class-Private front and baolcen- ENJOY the cbnvenlence of clean trance. Heat and water furnished, economical gas. no matter where No small children. Dial HO 2-0083 you live. Metered, bulk or auto- or HO Z-0315. <90.00. PLASTERING PAINTING. Wallpaper removing. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. Alton, East Alton, Wood River. 254-8189. 34 — 5 you v. ere, - matlc cylinder. L. P. gas service 45 — TF 11114111, l*jril*IUCA. JU. JT • 0ao O^l * iwxj. for heating, cooking and water heating. Specially trained service 9th , 466-2261. 45'— TF iieauiiH. opeuiuuy irtiiuuu serviuu t/ui •» r men and engineered Installations trance. Insures trouble-free operation. '"""""" ALTON BOTTLED GAS CO. GODFREY ROAD Phone 466-3461 FURNITURE WORK — 7-6 6 WINCHESTER'S CUSTOM RE-UPHOLSTERING—132 E. Elm. Ph. 462-8235. HOME BUILDING SERVICE 8 — 3 A-l CARPENTERS—Improvements of homes, old or new. Siding. roof- Ing, repairs, painting, etc, Free estimates. HO 5-7991 or CL 9-6100. 8 — 6-18 CARPENTER WORK Repairing, remodeling, roofing. Bid 254-2303. ing. No job too imall. Estimates. Si OH AGE — MOVING 6-12 >ree Estimate Call HO 2-8240 PRES BELCHER Agent For VON DER AHE VAN LINES World Wide Movers 1018 Elliott Ave., Alton. 111. 0 — 31 -ONG DISTANCE—And local moving and storage. Complete packing service. Anthony's Moving and Storage 03 (Rear) Central, Alton — 462-0041 Agent—Greyhound Van Llnei r********************* |5 _ 1 .. JPPER ALTON—Close to bus. SIU. Adults only. Call HO 5-9432. between 8 and 5:30 p.m. 45 — TF . WILSHIRE COLONIAL ARTS. SEE NEWEST — FINEST By Wiishlre Shopping Center One or two bedroomt Medallion wiring Range — oven — refrigerator Air conditioned Private — patios — balconies Drapes Disposal it Basement with lockers it Natural gat heat Call Yoder CL 4-9113 or CL 4-J4f4 45 — 3 — — 831 N. WOOD RIVER Ave.. Wood River, 3 large rooms and bath, 2nd floor brick house; all utllltlei except electricity furnished; r«nt J65 mo. To Inspect Dial He»enflow. Realtor 254-3893 evening!. CL4-774S 45 _ 3 ••'• ' ' 529 E. 7th—4 room and B room apt. Private bath. 462-8126. RENTALS SLEEPING ROOMS 41 41 EAST ALTON, SLEEPING ROOM nicely furnished. Adjoining bath Garage. CL 4-6991. 41 — 31 - 63 FOR RENT — Sleeping room. 401 Alby. HO 2-6507. 41 — 6-11 MODERN SLEEPING ROOMS—For men. Close in. 123 E. 5th. 41—4 NICE SLEEPING ROOM — Kitchen privileges, employed person. Re ferences. CL 4-6176. 41 — 1 PLEASANT ROOM, Kitchen and phone privileges. 462-3674. 41—3 SLEEPING ROOM — 406 Lamper St. HO 2-3216. 42 ROOM aad BOARD 42 — 6-1 FOR MEN — Nice, clean, coo rooms. Good meals, close-in, 621 Alby. 42 — 31 ROOM AND BOARD — For elderly men. 462-0913. 43 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 43 2 Light Housekeeping Rooms. Cou pie employed, on Social Security 465-5965. 43 — 7 HOUSEKEEPING ROOM. All utlll ties furnished. 514 State. HO 2-010 45 APARTMENTS — FLATS 45 — 4 2 ROOMS FOR RENT—911 Hum boldt Court, Alton. 45 — TF 3 LARGE ROOMS — Near Alton Plaza, itove and refrigerator. Prl vate ball), $42.50. Real Eitate Ex change. 462-9797. 45 _ 3 — 3 ROOMS — Private bath or ground floor, gas stove, and re frlgerator furnished, heat and wate furnished. Off street parking. Cat 462-0848. 45 — 31 3 ROOM APT. — Private bath >Jieat, water, sower, furnished. S7( HO 2-3979. 45 — 1 3 ROOM APT. — Bath. Milton area Phone HO 5-8359 or HO 2-2(82. 45—1 3 LARGE ROOMS — Clean, firs floor, yard, near hospitals & SIU on busline, gaa heat, water fur nlshed. Private 1 bath, entrances No pets, very attractive. CL 4-576; 45 — 6/27/63 3 ROOM APT.—Private bath It en trance. Heat fc water furnished HO 2-2288. 46 — TF 3 ROOMS—Upper Alton. Heat ft wa ter furnlihed. $45. Real Eitate Ex change. 462-979'', 45 — 1 3-ROOM MODERN — Unfurnished Bethalto. DU 4-8518, after 5 p.m 45 — 3 .— 3-ROOM EFFICIENCY, modern unfurnished. Call HO-2-7310. 45 — 1 3 ROOMS — Private entrance an bath. Stove and refrigerator fur nlshed. Call HO 5-5123. 45 — 31 3 ROOM APT. — Unfurnished, $5 month. Ground level. 115 E. 6th Heat and water furnished. Phon HO 5-3201. 45 — 1 — 3 ROOMS — Nice nelghborhooc North Atlon, Ideal for couple,- — 466-3776. 45 — 6/1/63 3 LARGE ROOMS — lit floor, prl vate bath and entrance. Heat an water furnished. Couple. 921 Alto St. 45 — 6/1/63 3 ROOM DUPLEX — 564 Tlpton Wood River. CL 4-5609. 45 — 6/6 3 ROOM UPSTAIRS APT. - Prlvat entrance & bath. All utilities fur nlshed. CL 9-M77. 45 — 3 4 ROOMS unfurnlihed, with stove Private bath and entrance. Utll Itles paid. 465-bOOS. 45-3 4 ROOM APT. — UtllltlM furn lihed, $80 monthly, east Alton CL 4-8670. 4.8 --. fl : 28 4 ROOMS—Upstairs. Heat, water electric paid, Adulti only, $47,U> Smith fc Pence. CL 4-5734. Read Telegraph Want Adi Dailj ALTON — 102 First St. 8 rooms and tiled bath, % ol brlok duplex, excellent location, J65. - CL 9-3819. l-RM. APT.—Heat and ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS " e. 3 rooms, private en- water. IK I H ••^^•••••^ * m^f^— m • i U****** ************** SEVERAL APARTMENTS Available for Immediate occupancy In Alton. For further Informatoln CALL 462-9263 Or Evenings 462-8680 4« FURNISHED APARTMRNTI 46 — 6/8 ONE ROOM Sc 2 ROOM— Furnlihed apt. Private bath, utilities Alton. CL 8-2100. 46 — 6-4 • 2 ROOM FURNISHED APT. — All utilities paid. Close to downtown. HO 2-5209. 46 _ 7 - 2'TURNISHED ROOMS, near Weit- ern. Private entrance, $12 weekly. CL 4-1062. 46 — TF - ' 2 ROOM EFFICIENCY — Downtown location, $60 month. Real Estate Exchange, 482-9797. 46 — TF . 2 ROOM— All utilities. Off etreet parking. Adults. Close In. 700 Alby. Wlnkler Apt*. 46 — TF -• — 2-ROOM— Nicely furnished apartments. All utilities paid. HO 5-7331. 46 — 6/5/63 2 OR 3 ROOMS — Furnished. Wood River. Utllltlei paid. Close in. 384-9468. 46 _ ] _ - — 3-ROOM APT., utilities furnlihed, 159 Old -St. Louis Road, CL 4-8720. 46 — 3 - 1 - — — 3 LARGE ROOMS and bath. Very reasonable. Call CL 4-5192. CL 4-1432. 46 — 31 - — — 3 ROOMS, newly renovated. Nicely furnished. Modern Apt., utilities furnished. Adults. $76 mo. 808 E. 6th. 46 _ 1 - - — — — 3-ROOM Furnished Apt. Private entrance. Private bath. Garage. Adults only. 1416 Milton Road. HO 5-9040. 46 — 1 -- — -3 LARGE ROOM — Furnished apt. Private bath. Adutti only. Heat and water furnlihed. .CL 4-8754. 48 _ i — - - — ' 3 ROOM FURNISHED APT. — Private. 209 McClure. HO 3-5174. 46 — 1 - \, . 3 ROOM UPSTAIRS APT. — Private entrance, bath, 1 small child welcome. 1824 Kennedy. HO 5-2350. 46 — 6/3 - 3 ROOM FURNISHED APT. — Utilities furnlihed. Prlvttf em- trance. HO 2-9870 or HO 8-8172. 4 ROOJvTuPSTAIRS — Outllde <JIJ- trance, AH modern. Utllltlei paid, $15 week. 198 Gouldlng Ave., East Alton. 46 — 6-4 - - — AVAILABLE AFTER JUNE 1 — 3 large rooms, and encloied front porch. Nicely decorated and furnished. All utilities furnlihed. For appointment call 259.1722. . 46 — 7 - --. - ____--BACHELOR EFFICIENCY, beautifully furnished, motel type with private parking and entrance, new brick. $87.50. HO 2-1968. 46 _ 5 ...... i. ••'. BEAUTIFUL NEW FURNITURE — Drapes, fireplace, big closet, kitchenette. utllltlei paid. HO 2-7793. 48 — 6/1/63 . .. CLEAN 3 ROOM — Downitaln apt.. excellent Mlddletown location, 1238 Brown St., $75. Adulti only. HO 2-3342. PARTLY FURNISHED Or nlihad 4 room basement apt. Private entrance. 254-9070. 51* Grand. Bait Alton, (Lincoln Addition). 46—4 i •>' MODERN, CLEAN, 3 RMS. I or 2 adulft, HO 5*9044. 46 — 6-23 .. .............. ....*.. MOTEL ARTS. T.V., telephone, air-conditioned, by day or week. Near Induitrlei. Hartford. CL 4-6224. 46 — 7 ....... •' . ............ NEW 3-ROOM completely furnlahed apt. Available June 18, excellent location, $115, utllltlei furnlihed. HO 2-1968. 17 HOUSES FOR RBHT 47 — 7/J 4-ROOM, all modern duplex; 1303 E. 7th. Apply 826 E. 8th, 4 ROOM MODERN — Weit Uth. Large back yard. Finced-ln, Dial HO 2-3703, ' 47 — 7 , 5-ROOM MODERN, fenced yard, East Broadway, Alton. DU4-9M3, 47 — 31 i 7 ROOMS (3 bidroom*) home. Cool baiement recreation room, large kitchen, Upper Alton. Avail- abl» from middle of June through end of August. Reasonable r«nt. Call HO 5-8165.

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