Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 1, 1963 · Page 15
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SATURDAY, ,WNE 1, 1963 ALTON EVENttfG TELEGRAPH PAGE FIFTEEN Obituaries Garrod Fred &.- Garrod of 1628 Clawson St., retired chemist and former longtime employe of Owens Illinois, died unexpectedly this morning. Mr. Garrod, who was 78, had suffered from a cardiac condition and had been a patient in St. Anthony's recently. He was pronounced dead at the hospital upon arrival there at 3:30 a.m. today. He retired Garrod from Owens Illinois in 1950 after 35 years service with the company. Previously he had been with Owens Bottle Co., in Toledo and at Fair-mount, W. Va.', He* came to Alton 'in 1937 from Charleston, W. Va., and had been employed as chemist in the engineering laboratory of Owens Illinois until his retirement. Born at Oxford, Ohio, Nov. 20, 1884, he spent his early life there and was graduated in* 1911 from Miami University, Oxford. He was a charter member of Phi Kappa Tnu fraternity at the University and recently was 1 presented with a plaque', honoring him as one of the oldest members of the fraternity. Mr. Garrod was a longtime member of College Avenue Presbyterian Church where he had served as elder for a number of years. Surviving are his wife, the former Bessie Martin, to whom he was married Sept. 9, 1914, in Ohio; a daughter, Mrs. Edgar Hack, Alton; a son, Fred M. Garrod, Lomita, Calif., and nine grandchildren. Three brothers and four sisters preceded him in death. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home by the Rev. Henry 0. Moore, pastor of College Avenue Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Sunday. Madison County Heart Association has been named as a memorial fund by members of his family. p.m. irt St. Anthony's Hospital. He was 58. A former assistant foreman at Owens Illinois he had completed 21 years service there at time of his retirement in 1948 because of health. Mn Brandt was horn April 28, 1905, at Okawville, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brandt. He had resided at New Minden before moving to Alton and while there was confirmed in the Lutheran Church, On April 22, 1928 he was married at New Minden to the former Esther Eickmeyer. After corning 1 to Alton he affiliated with Trinity Lutheran Church where he had been a member for 35 years. Survivors are his wife, Esther; a son, Vernon, Alton; a sister, Mrs. Hannah Stahmer, Hoyleton. Beside his parents he was preceded in death by a sister and brother. The body is at Gent Chapel where friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday. Monday the body will be moved to Trinity Lutheran Church to lie from 9 a.m. until time of the funeral at 11 a.m. Burial will be in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens, Wolf EDWARDSVILLE — Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Monday at Lesley Marks Funeral Home for Emil F. (Doc) Wolf, 87-year-old retired former Edwardsville blacksmith, who died Thursday at Westfield, N.J., at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Albert R. Hanke, where he had resided the past three years. The Rev. R. F. Tormohlen, pastor of Eden United Church of Christ, will have charge of the services, with interment in Woodlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 12 noon Sunday.' A native and resident of Edwardsville for 84 years, Mr. Wolf operated a blacksmith shop for more than 50 years prior to his retirement. He was born Oct. 28, 1875, a son of I he late Of to and Elizabeth Fiesler Wolf. In July, 1901, he was married in St. Louis to Miss Magdalena Levora, who died June-4, 1945. . Two daughters surviving are Mrs. Albert Hanke of Westfield, N.J., and Mrs. E. K. La/arus, Honolulu, Hawaii. There are four surviving sisters, Mrs. Lena Longwish, Mrs. Tiellie Bell and Mrs. Minnie Kriege, all,of Edwardsville, and Mrs. Ida Gardner, St. L o u is. Four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren also survive. He was a lifetime member of the Odd Fellows lodge here. Brandt In failing health for a number of years, Gustave W. Brandt, 1910 Central Ave., died Friday at 2:55 ALTON FRED B. GARROD Services 2 p.m. Monday Funeral Home ALTON-WOOD RIVE HElHAL10 Wendle JERSEYVILLE - Lawrence Anton Wendle, Rte. 3, Jerseyville, died at 2:20 p.m. Friday in Jersey Community Hospital. He was 69. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Wendle, he was born June 17, 1893, in Jersey County. Survivors are three sons, John, Groves, Tex., Robert, Alton,.and Edward, Charlotte, Mich., two daughters, Mrs. Helen Ulrich, Godfrey, and Mrs. Lucille Rathgeb, Brighton; four sisters, Mrs, Kunigunda Wittman, Godfrey; Mrs. Mary Bechtold, Alton; Mrs. Anna* Bechtold and Mrs. Elizabeth Bechtold, Dow; three brothers, John, Godfrey, Leo, Alton, and Frank, Dow, and 24 grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 9:30 a.m." in 'St. Michael's Church, Beltrees. BuriJ] will be in the church cemetery. The body is at Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home where friends may call after 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sun- dayT The Rosary will be recited Sunday at 8 p.m. f Meredith Scholarship Fund Formed NEW YORK (AP)—James H Meredith, the first known Negro to attend the University of Mississippi, says a fund has been estab lished in his name to provide loans and gifts to college and high school students. Ole Miss profes sors are among the fund's con tributors, he adds. Meredith said Friday night he plans to "devote a great portion of my energy to helping underprivileged Americans" obtain higl school and college training. He said ho had contributed the first $1,000 to establish the "Meredith Education Fund." And lasl Thursday, he said, he received 12 check's, some of them from professors at the University of Mississippi. However, Meredith did not reveal whether the fund was limited only to Negroes or if students of all races were eligible. Meredith made the statement at a dinner in his honor at which Mayor Robort F. Wagner compared him with astronaut Maj. ,L. Gordon Cooper Jr. for pursuing a venture not in daring but in doing." Hurricane Season Will Open June 15 MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — Hurricane season starts June 15 and the Weather Bureau is ready with watchful eyes—and names for developing storms. The season ends in six months and during the June-November period Air Force and Navy reconnaissance aircraft stand by to keep tab on the storms, and conditions that could spawn them. Here are the names that will be applied to Atlantic tropical storms: Arlene, Beaulah, Cinda, Debra Edith, Flora, Ginny, Hannah, Irene, Janice, Kristy, Laura, Ma. 1 go, Nona, Orchid, Portia, Rachael, Sandra, Terese, Verna, Wallis. Give your expandable blood to save an unexpendable American NEW SERVICE STATION Wooil River City Manager Carlton George street. Others at the grand Laird, second from left, was guest of opening were Trickey, third from left, honor Friday at ribbon cutting ceremo- Bob Schrimpf, left, president of Piasa nies for Paul Trickey's new Conoco Motor Fuel Co., Conoco distributors, service station at Edwardsville road and and Bill Kelsall, a salesman for Conoco. News of Area Men and Women in Armed Forces Army 2d Lt. JAMES J. FALLON, whose wife, Barbara, lives it 920 Langdon St., completed the eight-week officer orientation course at The Southeastern Signal School, Fort Fordon, Ga., late in April. The 22-year-old lieutenant, son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Fallen, 1205 McKinley Blvd., is a 1958 graduate of Marquette High School, Alton, and a 1962 graduate of Purdue UKniversity, Lafayette, Ind. GUSTAVE W. BRANDT Services Trinity Lutheran Church 11:00 A.M. Monday. Rqv. Reuben Baerwald. Burial in Roseluwn Memory Gardens, In state at Chape) after 2 P.M. Sunday. JAMES CONNALLY AFB, Tex. — Aviation Cadet ROBERT D. MACDUFF of Alton has entered United. States Air Force navigator training here. Cadet MacDuff, who attended Westminster College, Fulton, Mo., and Southern Illinois University, 11 receive radar and celestial navigation training in Air Force T-29 "Flying Classroom" aircraft. He will be awarded the stiver wings of a navigator and a commission as a second lieutenant upon completion of the course. The oadct is (he som of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. MacDuff of 1245 Fairway Drive, Allqn. MYRTLE BEACH AFB, S. C. 1st Lt. THOMAS C. BUDD of odfrcy has returned here after participating in Exercise Red Oak, a Tactical Air Command (TAC) cold weather deployment maneuver to Alaska from Myrtle Beach. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Budd of 3400 Greten- wood Lane, Rte. 3, Godfrey. SCQTT AFB, Ill.-A.l.C. JOHN J. H. HAYES of Alton has arrived iiere for assignment with an Air Force Communications Service unit following a tour of duty in Libya. Airman Hayes, a communications equipment repairman, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Hayes of 3291 Hawthorne Blvd., Alton. His wife, Gra/ia, is the daughter of Mrs. Antonio Paun- dollo of Tripoli, Libya. Apprentice fireman RICHARD L. WARREN, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Warren, 900 McKinley Blvd., arrived home this week to begin a 30-day furlough during the illness of his mother. Mvs. Warren was reported improving today at St. John's Hospital in St. Louis, where she has been a patient for three weeks. Warren has been in the Navy since- last summer, and is now staticned at a security base at Karaiseya, Japan. FORT EUSTIS, Va.—Army Sp. 4, DONALD A. CRASH, whose wife Diane, lives at 1207 Harold, completed a 13-week airframe repair course at The Transportation lenler, Fort Euslis, Va., in mid May. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Maxwell H. Crabb, 1877 Oakwood Ave. FORT POLK, La.—Army Pvt. TOMMY D. HETTICK, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard A.-Hettick, 540 Sinclair St., South Roxana, completed eight weeks of advanced infantry training at the U.S. Army Training Center, Fort Polk; La., May 17. MAXWELL AFB, Ala.—M. SGT CECIL J. GRADER of Hamburg 111., has been named runner-up in competition for Outstanding Non-Commissioned Officer of the Air University Command for 196; here. The sergeant is the son of Mr and Mrs. Rufus C. Grader of Hamburg. GREAT LAKES, Ill.-RODGER D. SNYDER, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs "Leo J. Snyder of 94 Cottage Ave., Cottage Hills, and ALBERT L. SHEETS, 20, son of Mrs. Este! Bingnam of 811 Cherry St., East Alton, completed recruit training recently at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes. KESSLER AFB, Miss. — A.2.C. RUSSEL R. ROBERTS of Medora is being reassigned to Aviano AB, .Italy, following his graduation from the United States Air Force techmcal training course for radar operators here. Airman Roberts isMhe son of Mrs. Mary E. Roberts of Medora. Six Ascend ^ Mt. McKinley In Alaska TALKEETNA, Alaska (AP)— The mile-high, almost vertical east buttress of North America's highest mountain has been conquered for the first time by six mountain guides. The men continued upward and reached the summit of Mt. McKinley May 25. Their ascent was reported Friday by Mary Carey, Talkeetna correspondent for ( the Fairbanks News-Miner. The climbers said none of them suffered frostbite while scaling the '20,300-foot peak but one had a touch of heat exhaustion. Warren Blesser, 24, Middlebury, Conn., suffered heat exhaustion while returning to base camp on Ruth Glacier. Blesser, Pete Lev, of Houlder, Colo., and Fullerton, Calif., and Fred Wright, Burbank, Calif., remained at the camp wait ing ior clearing weather so a bush pilot could fly them out. The pilot, Don Sheldon, Fairbanks, flew the other three climbers here Wednesday. They are Al Reeo, Lakewood, Colo., Jed Williamson, Pawling, N.Y., V. Ro Newcomb, Jackson, Wyo. Some 15 per cent of the 92 mil lion persons counted in the 191C census" were foreign-born as against only 5 per cent of the 179.S million counted in 1960. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Mild Spring Weather Hits The Nation By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mild spring temperatures ac companied in many areas by rain marked the advent of June today Fair weather covered an area rom the lower Mississippi Vallej northwestward through Maine over the Southwest and most o California. Elsewhere, showers and thun dershovvers were prevalent. Temperatures in the 50s and 60; jrevailed, with some isolated 40. and 80s. The cool 40s were report ed in Missoula, Mont., and Phil psburg, Pa. An 88 was recordec n Needles, Calif. Rain which had plagued prac ically every sector of the nation abated, but retained enough strength to give many areas a sound dousing today. One of the leaviest falls was in the Texa panhandle northward througl southwestern 'Kansas,, where . inch was reported. Some cooling developed throug Montana southward into northern Utah as a cool front passed to the east. But the central and northern Plains encountered a warming trend. Muggy weather was predicted because of rising humidity with the increasing Gulf moisture brought northward by brisk southerly winds, especially in the central and upper Mississippi Valley. Automation To Cost Few Federal Jobs By W. JOYNES MACFARLAN WASHINGTON (AP) — Automation is having its impact ,in government operations just as it is in private enterprise. But it is not expected to cost many present federal employes their jobs. The Budget Bureau said recently Jr. a discussion of cost reduction through better management in the federal government: "No single technological advance in recent years has contributed more to efficiency and economy in government operations than the development of automatic data processing—ADP —equipment. . . "The federal government was I he first user of ADP for business management purposes (as well as research and scientific uses) and today is far away the largest such user." Government officials point 'to automatic data processing as possibly the most sophisticated current phase of the advance in automation but they also point out that other new technologies such as quick-copy equipment, advanced type card-punch operations and high-speed communications systems all play a role. From the standpoint of effect on peril mnel, Civil Service Commission officials say they do not expect any major savings in the form of being able to lay off personnel but they do anticipate getting a great deal more done with the same number of people they now have. They add that they expect the over-all number of federal workers to continue to increase slowly as the national population increases and government expands to provide services to more people. Accidentally Shoots Self in Right Foot Ralph Jackson, 21, of 1118 Quincy Court, was treated for an accidental gunshot svound in his right foot after a target shooting session near Fosterberg Friday. Jackson said ho had fired his 22 caliber revolver once, and did not know how it. discharged into his foot. Provenzo Overrules Opposition NEWARK, N.J. (AP)— Anthony Tony Pro) Provenzano, on trial n extortion charges, ruled his >pposition "out of order" time and gain Friday night and was unanimously re-elected president of the Vew Jersey Teamsters Joint Council 73. The 46-year-old, well-dressed, lusky-voiced Provemano, a good riend of Teamsters International 'resident James A. Hoffa, was re-elected for four more years. Opposition was led by Milton J. Jss. president of Local 47$ of Vewark, who said the election should not be held until August. Provenzano, who acted as chairman except during the nomina- ions, ruled that his term had ended in May, and said elections had to be held last night. He hreatened to eject Liss from the meeting for moving a postponement. There was neither an opposition candidate nor vocal opposition to Provenzano when the voice vote ,vas taken. "I was very, very confident I vould have no competition," Provenzano said following his election. "I felt I deserved the job." Provenzano is on trial in federal court here on charges of extorting 517,100 from Dorn Transportation, Inc., of Rensselaer, N.Y., to insure abor peace. Federal Bureau of Investigation agents are investigating the slaying of Teamster Union shop steward Walter Glockner, 27, who was shot to death May 24 as he left his home in Hoboken. Glockner was a truck driver for Dorn Transportation at North Bergen and was a shop steward of Local 560. He was a foe of Provenzano. ANNOUNCEMENTS CARD OF THANKS 2 MRS. EMMA LINK — We would like to take this means of thank- Ing all our friends, relatives and neighbors who were so kind during our recent hereavement. Especially Rev. Lowery. St. Anthony's staff, 'organist, singers. Mark's Mortuary, those who sent cards, flowers or assisted in any and every way. The Link Family 0 MONUMENTS— CEM. LOTS 6 — 3 — 2-GRAVE LOT in Roselawn Cemetery. Lutheran section. DU 4-7460. EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE WAITED—Welders & fitters. Grafton Boat Co., Inc., Grafton, 111. 18 BUILDINCr — CONTBAC 33 "~- 6 / 1 !--.-.-- _ Additions, re- Reason- 18 HELP WANTED—FEMALE BABYSITTER WANTED — Care for 2 children, ages 7. 4. References required. HO 2-4259. 18 — 1 PERSONALS 7 — 6/21/63 — 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- wardsvllle. 7 — 6-14 LICENSED DETECTIVE — Legal photography. '. E. Hurt, 2006 Washington Ave., Alton. 465-7350. 7 — TF — TU — TH — SAT RENT Cameras, projectors, accessories. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE Alton's Photo Center, HO 5-2585 230 East Broadway, Alton 7 — 6- Ifl CHRISTIAN LADY — Wanted to cook for nursing home. References required Hours 7 to 3 p.m. 6 days week HO 5-4023. 18 — 3 HOUSEKEEPER and care of 3 children In East Alton. Must stay. 372-3811 or 254-8495. IS — 1 WANTED — A miracle — A lovely lady to stay with our lovely daughter Room and board with wages. 254-9215. IS — 4 — WANTED — Woman to care for home and 7-year old child while paients work. References required. Write Post Office Box 31. Alton. 19 HELP WTD., Male * Female 19 — 7/2/63 STRAWBERRY PICKERS — Apply Brand Strawberry Field. Brighton. FRontler 2-3419. FRontler 2-3745. SALESLADIES 19A 19A — I STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS has opening for .1 ladles. Car neces sary. Call 466-1176. TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (formerly Dex-A-Dlet). New name, same formula, only 98c. Honke Pharmacy. SOCIETIES and LODGES 91 — 1 WALTON CHAPTER 1018 O.E.S.— Stated meeting Monday. June 3, 7:45 p.m. Wood River and Brighton chapters, guests. Not formal. 9 _ 3 WOOD RIVER LODGE, No. 1062, A.F.&A.M.—Special meeting Monday, June 3, 7 p.m. E. A. Degree. Visiting brethren welcome. HOWELL K BARNETT, W.M, BUSINESS SERVICE lS5~ dows, able. 462-2901. " BOB" wooD-Basement waterproof- Ing & cement work of all kinds. 466-2407. CARPENTER WORK - H0ih« Improvements of all types. Experienced. DU 4-929q __ GUTTERING - Roofing, P*'"""*odd Jobs, repairs, seasonable. Prompt service, 254-3649. M DECORATING A-t~PAPER HANGING—Save money. HO 5-8764. _____ B 4 Esr IN" 'DECORATING—Painting, Interior and exterior. Paper hang- Ing and removal. Free estimates. Reasonable prices. 466-1134.' 34 — 6/21/63 —— — PAINTING. PLASTERING—Removing wallpaper. No Job too small. Free estimates. 466-2852. 462-9657. 34 — 6/12 - 63 PAINTING — Papering, remove paper with steamer. Work guaranteed Kathryn Oayon, HO 5-6944. 34 — 6/25 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10 — 6/4 — FOUND — Lady's watch, Wilshlre Shopping Center area, Friday evening. 259-6818 after 4 p.m. 10—3 20 SALESMEN 20 — 1 HERE'S THE ,IOB WE OFFER (1) Up to $600 monthly Income to start as trainee, celling unlimited Our experienced men earn from $10.000 a year up. (2) Lifetime opportunity — no age termination. CM Sales organization with over 10, 000 satified salesmen covering al 50 states. (•1) Thorough training al jMallona Sales Training School. Salary and expenses paid during training period. (5) Company you will be proud to represent. Largest of Its kind in the world. Over $200,000,000 In assets. Nationally advertised. (fi) No shortages—no slack periods. (7) Rapid advancement for men with management potential, who demonstrate their ability. Sound too good to be true? Let us show you. If you have a good appearance, like to make money and are willing to work, you may qualify Must have a car. Our own associates have been Informed of this ad. Phone CL 4-8138, Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday, from 10 a.m. to fi p.m. Ask for Mr. Fitzhugh. 20 — 1 PLASTERING PAINTING. Wallpaper removing. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. Alton, East Alton, Wood River. 254-818!). 34 _ r, . WALLPAPER REMOVED — Cell- ing and floor tile work. CL 4-2847. FURNITURE WORK 36 .in — 7-r> WINCHESTER'S CUSTOM RE-UPHOLSTERING—132 E. Elm. Ph. •162-8235. LOST OR STRAYED — White face steer; vicinity of south end di Bunker Hill. Al Wiseman, 585-4716. 10 — 1-4 Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally \ Propose Korean Vote By Mid-October SEOUL, South Korea (AP)—The cabinet has proposed that presidential elections be held by Oct. 15 for a return to civilian government by the end of the year, Premier Kim Hyun-chul announced today. The plan also calls for balloting for a national assembly a month after the presidential voting. The cabinet proposal is subject to'approval by the ruling military junta, whose crn'tman, Gen. Chong Hee Park, has been endorsed as presidential candidate by the junta-backed Democratic Republican party. Baptist Services At Cottage Hills COTTAGE HILLS — Cottage Hils Baptist Church vacation Bible School has been set for June 1021, the Rev. Robert Searles, pastor, announced today. The 10:10 a.m. sermon subject Sunday will be "Christ, the Eternal Word" and the 7:30 p.m. subject will be "Triumph of the Cross." Sunday school will be at 9:39 a.m. Del Cherry Better Del Cherry, 3419 Oakwood Ave., was reported slightly improved at St. Luke's Hospital in St. Louis. He suffered a stroke May 20. Cherry is owner of Cherry Bros. Spray Painting Co. in Alton. LOST—Brown Billfold, May 30, Marquette Park. Keep money, return contents. Daniel Graham, Rte. 1, Jerseyvllle. 10 — 1 LOST — Fat brown and white part beagle dog. No collar, ajiswers to name of "Boots". CL 4-6571. 11 NOTICES 11 _ TF —WED & SAT GET YOUR CAMERA NOW AND PAY LATER AT FOSTER'S DRUG STORE, 230 E. Broadway, Alton. IMMEDIATE OPENING $32 written guarantee. Local. Full time year around. Married man under 40. Call 250-1672 7 p. m. to a p.m. 20 — 4 MUTUAL OF OMAHA Has opening in Alton-Wood River area for sales opresentatlvc. Call HO 5-5302, ask for Mr. Deuer. 22 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE 22 — 13 WANTED — Typing at home. Rea sonable rates. Call HO 5-9250 be fore 2 p.m. 22 — 4 — WANTED — Ironings. Reasonable. Also any free clothes hangers. CL 4-1136. 22 — 1 WOMAN WILL — Care for elderly, sick or new mother and baby. HO 2-9175. 11 — TF ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL — 3 ALTON COMMUNITY UNIT .SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 11 Alton, Illinois NOTICE The Board of Education of the Alton Community Unit School District No. 11, Alton, Illinois, Is inviting bids on the following work to be performed during the months of June, July and August, 1963. Letting No. 1-63 Work Alton Senior High School Interior Painting 2-63 Fosterburg School Exterior Painting 3-63 Fosierburg School Interior Painting 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 McKinley 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 Henry Street, Alton, Illinois. 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. 1963, 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 Legal — 29-31 — June 1 CITY OF ALTON, ILLINOIS NOTICE OF LETTING (1) Sealed proposals will be received in the office of the Director of Public Works until 10:00 o'clock A.M., DST, June 11, 1963 for furn- shing materials required In the maintenance of City Streets in the Municipality of Alton and at the time publicly opened and read. (2) Proposals shall be submitted on forms furnished by the Municipality which may be obtained at he office of Director of Public Works, and shall be enclosed in an envelope endorsed "Material Proposal, 1963 City Street Maintenance". (3) The right U reserved to reject any and all proposals and to waive technicalities. A proposal guarantee In the form of a bank draft, bank cashier's check or certified check in the amount of not less than ten (10) per cent of the bid, or for the amount specified In the schedule listed In Article 2.7 of the Standard Specifications, will be required. A surety bond for the amount of the award will be required. CITY OF ALTON, ILLINOIS Paul A. Lenz, P. E. Director of Public Works FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE You can place your classified ad, classified kill or classified corrections 24 hours a day. SPEAK SLOWLY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH NIGHT CLASSIFIED NUMBER HO 5-6511 5 P.M. TO 8 A.M. CALL HO 5-6511 DAYTIME 465-6641 HINTS ON USING ELECTRONIC AD TAKER: 1. GIVE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER. (Spell your name out). 2. BE SURE TO STATE THE NUMBER OF DAYS YOU DESIRE YOUR AD TO BE PUBLISHED. (IF YOU DO NOT TELL US WE WILL AUTOMATICALLY RUN THREE DAYS). 3. Speak slowly and distinctly. 4. Remember, this Is a mechanical device. It will answer your call and give you recorded instructions on what to do, but other than that cannot answer any questions. FINANCIAL » BUSINI-SS OPPOKlUNillES .18 HOME IIUILUING SERVICE ,18 _ 3 A-l CARPENTERS—Improvements of homes, old or new. Siding, roof- Ing, repairs, painting, etc. Free estimates. HO 5-7991 or CL 9-6190. 38 — 6-18 : CARPENTER WORK Repairing, remodeling, roofing, sld- 254-2303. Ing. No Job too small. Estimates. W STORAGE — MOVING 40 — 6-12 Free Estimate Call HO 2-8240 PRES BELCHER Agent For VON DER AHE VAN LINES World Wide Movers 1018 Elliott Ave., Alton. 111. RENTALS 41 SLEEPING ROOMS 41 — 1 EAST ALTON. SLEEPING ROOM, nicely furnished. Adjoining bath. Garage. CL 4-6991. 41 — 6-11 MODERN SLEEPING ROOMS- men. Close in. 123 E. 5th. 41—4 •For 23 — 4 FOR SALE — Cafe, good business. Price, when shown by appointment Phone Marine, 111. TUlip 7-4516. 23 — U 18 25 6-1 FOR SALE — Self-service grocery store on Route 67. 30 miles north of Alton, 111. New all modern building 40 ft by GO ft. doing a good business, willing to sacrifice. Will take a home or farm in on trade. For details write ov call, LESTER SAMPLE NICE SLEEPING ROOM — Kitchen privileges, employed person. References. CL 4-6176. 41 _ I PLEASANT ROOM, Kitchen and phone privileges. 463-3674. 41 _ ,) — SLEEPING ROOM — Large, comfortable. Good location. Private entrance. For man only. Apply 412 Ridge St. 41—3 SLEEPING ROOM —406 Lampert St. HO 2-3216. 41 — 8 SLEEPING ROOM—Upper Alton. 2 buslines. HO 2-9307. ROOM and BOARD 42 — 6-1 FOR MEN — Nice, clean, cool rooms. Good meals. close-In. 628 Alby. Rockbrldge, III. 23 — 6-6 926-2575 FOR SALE—One of Alton's better restaurants and lounges. Fixtures property included. Box 1130. care Alton Telegraph. 23 — 5 Ladles' ready to wear — other Interests force sale — get in on-the ground floor in new college town." COLONIAL AGENCY, Edwards ville 656-7381. 23 — 1 11 — 6-21 WIRELESS INTERCOMS and Walkle Talkies for sale. For business or pleasure. Sales and Service. Phone HO 5-2421. 11—7 YARD WORK — Plowing, discing, weed and grass mowing, CL 9-1166. Ray Werts. RIDERS MA 11A — 1 RIDE WANTED River to Market CL 9-1652. 11A — 1 From Wood St., St. Louis. WANTED—Ride to Klrkwood, Mo. Monday, Friday, from Alton-Wood River area. 254-2566. EDUCATIONAL 12A INSTRUCTIONS 12A — 1 4 5 6 7 8 12 13 14 15 18 1920 21 22 26 MEN — GET THAT JOB OPERATING BULLDOZERS. Graders, Draglines, Backhoes. and Scrapers. Earn top wages. We will train you on our equipment. Call WY 4-0555. ASSOCIATED Heavy Equipment Schools, Inc. 311 N. Lindbergh. St. Louis 41. Mo. 12-A - 6/4 Watch for EXAM-VAN Men — Women — 18 to 39. Examiners from St. Louis Airport base will be In Alton-Wood River area, soon to Interview applicants for Airline Passenger Service Career and similar positions on land and sea. Seasoned airline personnel earn $7.000 per year average. St. Louis school course, short budget course • prepares for TRAVEL, RAMP, STATION. TICKET. COMMUNICATIONS. GROUND AND FLIGHT HOSTESS WITH FREE FLYING. To arrange for free Appl- test, if you are a high school graduate, call: Alton — 462-5705 or mall card to Jet-Age Careers, P.O. Box 6141, Lambert Airport, St. Louis 45, Missouri. EMPLOYMENT 17 HKl.P WANTED -- MALE 17 — 1 APPLICATIONS will be taken Monday. June 3rd, only, at Wood River City Hal), for Public Works, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. upstairs. 17 — 5 CASUALTY CLAIM ADJUSTER FOR BELLEVILLE AREA — Experienced. Write L. D. Grandone, Claims Manager. Illinois National Insurance Company, P. 0. Box 98, Springfield, Illinois. LEASE TRUCKS NEEDED We are now leasing for Immediate hauling of heavy equipment, oilfield equipment, pipeline supplies In 47 states and Canada. We are in need of tractors, single or tandem with flat trailers 35 ft. and up. Applicants must be at least 25 years old and pass ICC physical. Call weekdays 8:00 to 5:00, Mr. Sam Rhoads or Mr. Floyd Campell at 529-1629 or 529-1628, Spring field. III. 23 — 3 MAN OF ACTION Looking for a challenge that will get you into your own profitable business? New business frontier is franchising. Write for free list of exclusive opportunities in your area. Continuing guidance assured. Partake 103 Dewey Dr., Collinsville, 111. Ph. 345-0032. 23 — 29-1-5 QUAD CITY — Modern Black and White and Yellow Cab Company, Granite City. Reason for selling, health. Doing aood business. For particulars write or call TR 6-0123 or Yellow Cab Co., Granite City, Illinois. 23 — 6-3 45 — 4 2 ROOMS FOR RENT—911 Humboldt Court, Alton. 45 _ TF 3 LARGE ROOMS — Near Alton Plaza, stove and refrigerator. Private bath. $42.50. Real Estate Exchange. 462-9797. 45 _ 3 3 ROOMS — Private bath on ground floor, gas stove, and refrigerator furnished, heat and water furnished. Off street parking. Call 462-0848. 45 — 1 — 3 ROOM APT. — Bath. Milton area. Phone HO 5-8359 or HO 2-2982. 45 — 1 3 LARGE ROOMS — Clean, first floor, yard, near hospitals & SIU. on busline, gas heat, water furnished. Private bath, entrances.. No pets, very attractive. CL 4-5763. 45 — 8 3-ROOM APT. — Upstairs. Heat and water furnished, private entrance. Adults only. S50. CL 4-3585 45 — 4 3 ROOM—Unfurnished downstairs apt. Utilities furnished. 912 Wash- Ington. Inquire HO 2-0566. 45—7 3 LARGE ROOMS — Modern apt. Includes garage. All utilities furnished. 3632 Aberdeen. HO 2-5945. 45 — 6/27/63 RESTAURANT FOR SALE — Due to ill health, I must sell this fastest growing restaurant in the area. Great opportunity to purchase a well established and advertised business Buyer must have cash, $8.000 to $10.000. Phone CL 9-1861. 3 to 6 p.m only. 23 — 7 3 ROOM APT.—Private bath i entrance. Heat 4 water furnished. HO 2-2288. 45 — TF 3 ROOMS—Upper Alton. Heat & water furnished. $45. Real Estate Exchange. 462-979-. 45 — 1 3-ROOM MODERN SEWERS WANTED IMMEDIATELY Work at home doing simple sewing. We supply materials and pay shipping both' ways. Good rate of pay. Piece work. Apply Post Toronto Ontario, Canada. Office. PERSONAL SERVICE 10 DRESSMAKING—TAILORING 30 — 1 — Alterations, made. DRESSMAKING grade school uniforms Reasonable 465-2131. 30 — 6-22 • DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pants cuffed Reasonable. References. In my home. CL 4-4034. BUSINESS SERVICE 32 BUS. ANNOUNCEMF.NTS BUD'S WALL WASHING SERVICE — Also household maintenance. Worker insured. Free estimates. 4G5-lfiSn. 32 — 4 FOR YOUR FURNACE CLEANING call Eddie Carter. HO 5-7478 or HO 2-1323. With John Gillenwater for the pasi 5 years. All work guaranteed. 32 — 6-21 FOR SALE—2-way radios. New and used units for your house, car, boat. Free FCC license. No exams. For business or pleasure. Guaranteed Installations. Cash or terms. 110 5-2421. 32 — 6-20 GUTTERING 4 SPOUTING — Duct work. White's Tin Shop. CL 9-2809. 32 — B Sharpened and and delivery. LAWN MOWERS repaired Pick-up Phone CL 9-632'. 32 _ TF PARTS & SERVICE — Washing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners. 838 E. 7th — HO 2-4423 MIDDLECOFF'S FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVER CLEANER SERVICE 32 - 6/7 POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED —SHARPENED ALL MAKES Authorized Toro Service Complete stock Toro. Lawn-Boy mowers, riding mowers, Harden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. HO 2-7326 32 — 6/11 SWIMMING POOLS Chemicals, and pool equipment Dugger & Bailey, Contractors and Authorized Dealers. Incorporated. 384-4662. 254-2860. 43 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 43 — 3 2 Light Housekeeping Rooms. Couple employed, on Social Security. 465-5965. 45 APARTMENTS — FLATS Unfurnished. DU 4-8518. after 5 p.m. Bethalto. 45 _ 3 3-ROOM EFFICIENCY, modern, unfurnished. Call HO-2-7310. 45 — 1 J ROOMS — Private entrance and bath. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Call HO 5-5123. 45 _ 1 3 ROOMS — Nice neighborhood, North Atlon. Ideal for couple. — 466-3776. 45 — 6/1/63 3 LARGE ROOMS — 1st floor, private bath and entrance. Heat and water furnished. Couple. 921 Alton St. 15 — 6/(i 3 ROOM UPSTAIRS APT. — Private entrance & bath. All utilities furnished. CL 9-6477. 45 _ 3 ROOMS unfurnished, with stove. Private bath and entrance. Utilities paid. 465-8006. 45 — 3 ROOM APT. — Utilities furnished, $80 monthly. East Alton. CL 4-8670. 45 — 6-28 ROOMS—Upstairs. Heat, water, electric paid. Adults only. $47.U». Smith & Pence. CL 4-5734. i-ROOM BASEMENT APT. for rent. All utilities paid. $50. HO 2-4627. 45 — 7 ********************** * 5-ROOM MODERN APT., 1107 * * East 7th St., Alton. HO 2-7922, * * after 5 HO 5-2805. * ********************** i5 —. 3 i'i- — ~— < ROOMS, all modern, unfurnished. 1006 State St. HO 5-8702 or 462-4232 45 — 1 ROOMS — Upstairs; 502 Ridge. Heat, water. 465-6624 before 5 p.m. 45 — 1 5-ROOM UPSTAIRS APT.—Middletown, very clean, water, gas. heat furnished. HO 5-5861. 45 — 8 ALTON — 3 basement rooms. $25. 4 upstairs room, $35. 254-7212. 45 TF ALTON'S NEWEST — See these beautiful 1. 2. 3. bedrooms. (3 bedrooms includes i'j baths), stove, refrigerator furnished. Most convenient. Shown dally 832 Washington, 462-8632. 45 — 1 ATTRACTIVE — Modern 3 room and bath apt., private entrance, large cedar closet, newly decorated, adults only. CL 4-7668. 45 — 6-28 BEAUTIFUL—Unfurnished 4 room apt. Garage. Air conditioned. Exclusive local'on. HO S-5426, 15 _ ii DOWNSTAIRS APT. — Unfurnished. 3 large rooms, private bath, private entrance, basement. Heat furnished. 440 E. 8th St. $t)5 mo. 462-9797 45 —. TF • DOWNTOWN ALTON—I loom tint floor apt.: tuts hem. hot and cold water furnished. Garage SfjO REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE 462-97U7

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