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PAGE THIRTY-SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963 Obituaries Clark Prices on 16 Mutual Funds David Edward Clnrk, S3. former resident of Alton, died Tuesday fit HIP home of his daughter, Mrs. Leo Newman, Crcslwood, Mo. Mr. Clark moved from Alton to Missouri in 191-1, when he retirrd from the Shell Oil Co. In addition to his daughter, he leaves a sister, Mrs. William Oh Icy of Alton, and (wo grandchildren, j News of Grains Soybeans*) Com Gain CHICAGO (AP)—Corn and soy- be;m futures hit. highs for the season a.miin today on the Board Home.' Interment will he in May-! t' 0 -• ' mnl ' ts A" 011 office. (The j of Trade but attracted more liber- Now York Exchange closes atlal selling at those levels and of Denver. Colo, and Dorothy of Following arr today's 1:30 p.m. Otter Township. She leaves 12,quotations of 12 New York Stock grandchildren, two Flep-.crnnd-j Kxclinngc i ssll cs research has children, and seven great-grand, j JMdica(ed are wiciely held in the r >)iilrii'*"»n i I urea, as supplied to the children. , .,. ! Alton Funeral services will be Friday; at 2 p.m. in the \Viese Funcr; Telegraph by Newhard, Cook & field Memorial Cemetery. Haenel U:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations) Paul K. Haem-l. 81. died at his Affil. Fund 8.22 Broad St 14.25 Bullock 13.59 , Oipit. Shrs 1092 His wife and two sons. Edward|lioine in Ml. Olive at .>:!;> p.m.; njvjd sh] . s _ 3 _ 4> and Donald, preceded him injN'cdnrsda;,. He was born in Sax-i death. is survived liv four dausjli- Funeral services wll be at '2 p.m. Saturday in the Union Funeral Home of Benld. Fid. Cap 8.77 Fid. Fund 16.2!) ters and three sons. One son. Alfred, of Ml. Olive is employed by Ihe John Hancock Insurance Co. Cleiber CAKLINVILLE Miss Josephine (Miss Jo) Gleiber, 85, died at her home, 314 Pine at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. She had been ill since suffering a stroke in September, 1959. She was born Aug. 28, 1877, in Highland. She was a member of St. Joseph's Altar Society. Surviving are two brothers, Lewis of Alton and John of University City, Mo.; a sister, Celia of Carlinvillc, two nieces and two nephews. Friends may call after 1 p.m. Friday at Heinz Funeral Home. The Rosary will be recited at S p.m. Friday. The Rev. Thomas Gough will conduct funeral services at 9 a.m. Saturday in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Burial will be in Old Calvary Cemetery. in Alton. Mr. Hacnel was precod- i\i ;i ss. Tr. Fid. Tr Fund Inv. Keystone K-'J Keystone S-4 i'd in death by his wife and onej son. I Funeral services will be in thej Zion Lutheran Church of Ml. Olive at 2 p.m. Friday. Burin I will be in the Mt. Olive Union Miners Ccmeterv. U.28 9.88 5.29 •4.3.1 14.94 8.25 22.78 Lanse Mass. Grlh. .. Nation W. Sec. Nat. Inves 15.46 Tevev. El 7.65 8.89 15.41 14.89 11.97 3.79 9.53 17.61 15.53 10.83 5.73 4.71 16.33 9.02 24.64 16.71 8.34 hacked down. In the early afternoon, both commodities had slipped ink) a mixed price range with advances cut to small fractions on some deliveries and to losses on other.-;. Brokers said Ihe pressure appeared lo have come from ar- cummulation of resting orders to | cash profits. When the reversal came, it seemed also to have in- Otto Lange, 70, died at 7:45 p. m. Wednesday in St. John's Hospital, Springfield. He was bom Thornton Funeral to Be at 2 p. m. Friday CARROLLTON — Funeral arrangements have been completed for the funeral services of Mrs. Lula M. Thornton. Friends may call at the Simpson Funeral Aug. IS. 1892 in Carlinvillc. He is j Homo after 4 p.m. today. Funeral a veteran of World War 1, and a j services will be at 2 p.m. Friday. Loveless CARLINVILLE — Following a long illness, Mrs. Pellah Ray Loveless, 85, died at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Carlinville Area Hospital. She was born in Nilwood in 1878. At the time of her death she lived in S. Otter Township. She is survived by a son, Finis of Otter Township; five daughters, Mrs. Mary Layman of Havana, Mrs. Flossie Crayne of Modesto, Mrs. Bertha O'Neil of Springfield, Mrs. Pauline Lowder member of St. Paul's United Church of Christ. He is survived by his wife, the former Miss Nellie Weise; three daughters, Mrs. Edna Allen of Youngstown, Pa., Mrs. Dorothy Johnson of Nakomis. and M r s. Melba Dugan of Carlinville. He also leaves six grandchildren. The body is at Wiese Funeral Home where funeral arrangements are pending. Burial will be in Carrollton City Cemetery. duced moderate vol- time of short selling. Wheat was easier to weak most of the day and other grains were little changed in quiet dealings. Estimated carlo! receipts were wheat 7. corn 83, barley 7, soybeans 15 and oats and rye none. CHICAGO (AP) — No wheat or oats sales. Corn No 1 yellow 1.32- 32U; No 2 yellow 1.32?i-32; No 3 yellow I.29!i-30; sample grade yellow 1.22!i;. Soybeans No 2 yellow 2.b'5-(i8 :i 4. Soybean oil 9 n. CHICAGO (API— Prev. Ilijfh Low Close close Wheat Committee Approves End to IPAC SPRINGFIELD. III. (AP) — Bills to abolish the Illinois Public Aid Commission (IPAC) and replace it with a code department responsible to the governor have won endorsement by an Illinois House committee. In other committee action Wednesday, a measure to set a Sl-an-hour minimum wage, was defeated but measures to increase salaries of legislators by $3.000 a year won overwhelming approval. Bills to abolish the IPAC. already passed by the Senate, cleared the Mouse Executive Committee. and moved to Schmidt ALTON-WOOD RIVER BETHALTO al Home, with requiem mass to be read at 9 a.m. at St. Boniface Church by the pastor, the Rev. Father Ralph Guido, and burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. EDWARDSVILLE - Funeral services will be conducted Saturday for Wilbur J. Schmidt, 60, a native of Edwardsville and former Godfrey resident, who died early Wednesday morning of a six-month final illness at Hammond, Ind., where he had resided the past 22 years. Services will be at 8:oO a.m.! Saturday at Lesley Marks Funer- Friday Riopelle Riles Sel For 2 p. in. Friday F u n e r a 1 services for Constantine Paul Riopelle wll be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday in Staten Chapel by the Rev. A. Ralph Lynn of the First Presbyterian Church. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today. Masonic service will be at 7 p.m. today. Orpha Myers Rites Concluded Today Funeral services for Orpha Myers were conducted at 10 a.m today in Gent Chapel by the Rev- Robert Simpson. Burial was ii Valhalla Memorial Park. 1.S7 1.S6H l.S(5 7 s 1.S7 1.88 :l i 1.88 1.88% l.SS'-'i 1.94 1.93 ; ,'s 1.94 1.94 1.95 1.94!;i 1.95 1.95 1.90',s 1.8914 l.S9'i 1.90 1.27'i 1.26*8 1.26's 1.2694 1.24« a 1.23% 1.23% 1.24% 1.18i s 1.17U l.mfc 1.17% 1.21 1.20 1.20*3 1.20% 1.23% 1.22i 8 1.22% 1.22i 8 .68% .b'9!s .717s .73'* .73'i .67% .68% .7P, 8 .72'i .727s .67% .68%. .Tils .72 '.i .727^ .73 STREEPER at the funeral home FUNERAL HOME 1620 WASHINGTON where the rosary is to be recited at 8 p.m. Friday. Born Feb. 15. 1903, a son of the late Louis and Bertha Schmidt, had been employed as a Diesel Engine Technician by a steel plant at East Chicago, Ind. Two sons and three daughters surviving are Wilbur A. Schmidt and Mrs. Harry R. Lewis Jr., Edwardsville; Sgt. Robert C. ! Schmidt. Ft. Benning, Ga.; Mrs. Walter J. Pentracky, Venezuela South America, and Mrs. Benjamin Harpstrite, New Baden, 111 Also surviving are two brothers and two sisters: Louis Sclimid of Highland. Ind.; Aloysius Schmidt and Mrs. Margaret Callahan of Wood River, and M r s. Evelyn Burris, Tuscola, 111. There are 11 grandchildren. Anywhere you go... keep up with the news! Keep up with Alton news & sports ... all your favorite features! 1.28% 1.27% 1.27% 1.281.8 1.29Ji 1.29 1.29 1.29% 1.33% 1.32% 1.327s 1.33% 1.35 7 s 1.3514 1.35% 1.36 1.35 1.34'a 1.34 Jul Sep Dec Mar May Corn Jul Sep Dec- Mar May Oats Jul Sep Dec Mai- May Rye Jul Sep Dec Mai- May Soybeans Jul 2.66^ 2.63% 2.637s 2.647s Aug 2.64% 2.62 2.62 2.63% Sep 2.61% 2.58% 2.58% 2.59% Nov 2.597s 2.57% 2.58 2.58',- 8 Jan 2.63}i 2.61% 2.61'i 2.61% Mar 2.66% 2.64% 2.64% 2.64% May 2.687s 2.66% 2.67%. 2.67 News of Stocks Tobaccos Come Back NEW YORK (AP) — Motors, steels and tobaccos were mostly higher as the stock market made an uneven advance late this afternoon. Trading was moderately active. Volume for the day was estimated at 4.9 million shares compared with 5.27 million Wednes- the floor for final action. Sen. W. Russell Arlington. R- Evanslon, sponsor of the measures, said that responsibility lor public aid should be placed in the hands of the governor, who has no control over IPAC policies. Arnold Maremont, former IPAC chairman ousted from his post by the Senate, sent a telegram opposing the bills. The telegram was not read at the committee meeting. Hike Costs Report of Sub Sinking False Alarm BOSTON (AP)-A British submarine Had a temporary loss oi communications today which set off a report that she was sinking off the New England coast. But the report soon was labeled a false alarm. The submarine Artemis is operating with a British task force and Canadian destroyers in antisubmarine warfare exercises. In its initial report that the submarine was in trouble, the Coast Guard placed the sub at about 700 miles off the coast. In explaining what happened, the Navy at Newport, R.I., said the temporary loss of communications aboard Artemis initiated an alert to all ships in the area. A radio report was received by the Coast Guard in Boston from Albro Lake, N.S., that Ihe submarine was sinking. Two amphibious planes and two cuttets were ordered to the scene. When the false alarm signal was given the planes and cutters were recalled. Rep. Abner Mikva, D-Chicago, who voted against the bills, said that abolition of the IPAC would not bring about a reduction of aid costs and probably would increase them. "There would be a clampdown on public aid before elections, and after elections the gates would be opened," Mikva said. Rep. Paul Powell, D-Vienna, .681-8 answering Mikva's charge that .68% politics would be injected into relief, said that politics in government can be good or bad. The executive committee approved bills by Rep. W. J. Murphy, R-Antioch, and Rep. Paul Elward, D-Chicago, to riase lawmakers' salaries from $6,000 a year to $9,000. Elward's bills would not take effect unless a proposed constitutional amendment calling for annual sessions of the legislature is approved by the General Assembly and the voters. The legislature now meets six m o n t h s eveiy two years. Murphy's bills also would, hike the governor's pay from $30,000 to $40,000 a year and would increase pay of other state officials from $5,000 to $10,000. The Senate Industrial Affairs Committee voted against endorsing a $l-an-hour minimum wage and apparently killed such legislation until the 1965 Genral Assembly. BABBLING BARBERS PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) — A sign on a Phoenix barbershop reads: "Twenty barbers — con tinuous conversation!" LA PAZ — Counterfeiters arc being rounded up in Bolivia and the government says it may have to issue new money since so mucl phoney currency is circulating. TEL AVIV — Special allowances may be made for Israeli students to take foreign exchange out of the country for financing theii studies at colleges abroad. ANNOUNCEMENTS NOTICES 11 U — 13 NOTICE — From this day forward I will not bo responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. VIRGIL ANDRUS 2205 Fernwood 6-12-23 11 - TF — ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL — 6 13 20 Arrange for a vacation subscription to the Telegraph now. Reduced Rates U. S. and Possessions. Through Sept. 15 Only! 1 Week ,.., 50c 2 Weeks,,, S 1.00 3 Weeks,,, $1,50 4 Weeks,,. $2,00 Clip this handy coupon noiv! Please send the Alton Evening Telegraph while I am on vacation. Vacation Subscription Rates Good Through Sept, 15 only. Dates apply to U.S. & Posses- bioilS. Starting Date Gains of fractions to a point predominated among key issues. Twentieth Century-Fox halved an early 2-point loss following the premier of its 540 million movie 'Cleopatra." Tobaccos staged a rebound rom recent losses on a series of icalth scares. Philip Morris won back more than 3 and Lorillard over a point. Liggett & Myers and Reynolds Tobacco tacked on 1- point gains, American tobacco a raction. Some sugars were weak as the vorld price of sugar declined. Savings-and-loan holding companies were a hodge podge of ninor gains and losses. Big three motors added fractions. Steels also nudged ahead on balance. New York Central and Pennsylvania Railroad were active and higher. Pacing rails to a rise on bal- Sance, Pensy added a fraction and Central nearly a point. Some out-size transactions in the afternoon included: U.S. Steel, off % at <19',4 on 49,000 shares; American Hospital Supply, off % at ]9 ; ,'.i on 40,000 shares; and Consolidated Edison, up Vn at 84% on an exchange distribution of 23,938 shares. Prices were irregularly higher on the American Stock Exchange in moderately active trading. U.S. government bonds were steady in quiet dealings over the counter. Corporate bonds were irregularly lower. Opposition The measure, part of Gov. Otto Kerner's program, was opposed by spokesmen for restaurants and Joseph Meek, president of the Illinois Retail Merchants Association. Illinois does not have a minimum wage law and the federal minimum affects only firms engaged in interstate commerce. Although the bill contained numerous exemptions, sponsors estimated that it would have covered 75,000 persons. Exempted from the proposed law were farm workers, domestic employes, theaters, religious and cnarilable organizations and state and ci'.y employes. The House Executive Committee approved a bill by Rep. Ralph Smith, R-Alton, to set up a commission to study the advisability of constructing a southwestern Illinois exposition building in Madison or St. Clair County. The Senate Eeducation Committee unanimously endorsed a bill to prohibit schools from teaching racial hatred. Sen. Arthur Gottschalk, R-Park Forest, sponsor of the bill, said it has "obvious connotations vvitn respect to a school in Chi 'ago operated by the Black M u s 1 i m group." Gottschalk said thut his bill was aimed at the University of Islam, which teaches about 350 elementary and liigh school pupils. He said the pupils are taught that white people are a "race of devils." No one appeared against the bill. PUBLIC NOTICE Notice Is hereby given by the CIVIC MEMORIAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY, Madison County, Illinois that a Tentative Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for said authority for the fiscal year beginning June 1, 1963 and ending May 31. 1964 has been prepared at the direction of the Board of Commissioners of said authority and will be on file and conveniently available to public inspection at the administration building on the airport site on the East Alton-Bethalto Road in the office of said authority, for at least thirty days prior to the public hearing hereinafter specified and to final action thereon. Notice is further given hereby that a public hearing on said Budget and Appropriation Ordinance will be held at 8:00 P.M. (C.D.S.T.) on the 9th day of July, 1963 at the administration building on the airport site on the East Alton-Bethalto Road in the office of said authority. Dated the sixth day of June, 1963. Richard E. Rook, Chairman Clyde DeGerlia. Secretary William T. Maloney, Treasurer LeRoy A. Bordeaux, Commissioner Howard W. Gold, Commissioner Omar R. Lyon, Commissioner 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. EMPLOYMENT 20 SALESMEN PART-TIME OR FULL TIME Be our representative In your own community, earn good commission with just a fe^y hours of work and be your own boss. Both men and women may apply. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 212 State Alton, HO 5-6313. _ SALESMAN WANTED — For information, call 656-6321 between 9 and 12 noon. SELL 'COLLECTION SERVICE to various hospital, doctors and business firms. You do not make any collections, we do the work from our offices. Get paid dally. $150 weekly draw to qualified man Write Box 620, care Alton Tele graph. 21 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE 14 Have my 11A 11A — RIDERS 13 AIR FORCE MAN — Leaving for Spokane, Washington June 15 wants passenger to help drive anc share expenses. CL 4-4469. 11A — 15 RIDE WANTED — From Alton to 2823 Locust, St. Louis. Call 465-6344. 11A — 13 RIDERS WANTED — To down town St. Louis from Wood River. Hours 7:30 to 4:15. Call CL 4-442G after 5 p.m. 1IA — RIDE WANTED — Vicinity of Falstaff Brewery Oakland Avc.. St. Louis. 254-2566. EDUCATIONAL 'NSTHUCTIONS I2A 12A — AF Mon. thru Frl. KEY PUNCH— Burroughs, N.C.R. Bookkeeping Machines ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF AUTOMATION (As Seen on TV) 6427 Hampton. 508 N. Grand CALL COLLECT FL l-l 197 or OL 2-5454 2A — 1 -I D 6 7 8 12 13 M 15 18 1920 21 22 26 CARD OF THANKS 2 2—13 HERMAN C. REBE — We would like to thank all those who were so kind during our recent bereave-, ment, especially Rev. and Mrs. 1 Gruver, pallbearers, those who sent cards, flowers, or helped in any way. Sisters: Louise Fuchs, Emma Selkirk and families. .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. EMPLOYMENT IN LOVING MEMORY 13 IN LOVING MEMORY of Mr. Albert N. Fry, who passed away June 13, 1952. Gone is the face we loved so dear. Silent is the voice we loved to hear. Too far away for sight or speech. But not too far for thoughts to reach. Sadly missed by. Wife, Children and Grandchildren 17 HELP WANTED — MALE 17 — 15 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. Burt, 2006 Washington Ave.. Alton. 465-7350. J — TF — TU — TH — SAT RENT Cameras, projectors, accessories. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE Alton's Photo Center. HO 5-2585 230 East Broadway, Alton 7 — 6-19 CREDIT-MANAGER Must be experienced in retail Installment accounts & collections, steady. Good salary & opportunity. Contact H. E. McDonough. Slack Furniture, 203 W. 3rd. 17 — 15 —— INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS — Mechanical development engineers, chemist, physiologist, pharmacolog- ist, technical writer, assistant tra flc manager, biologist, accountan or auditors, these openings requl B.S. or M.S. or Ph.D. degree American Employment, 726 Ea Broadway. 17 — 15 WANTEFJ—Yard work, own mower. HO 2-7146. YARD LEVELING and Blade Work. 259-15(i7. Paul Mclsenhelmer. 12 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE BABY 13 SITTING WANTED — HO 2-2456. Ask for Vlrnie. 22 14 —— " HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE wants summer work. Secretarial & musical training. Can supply references. CL 4-4462. IRONINGS WANTED — Free pick up and delivery. HO 5-. r >949. _ 14 References. — _ SUMMER JOB WANTED— By high school graduate. Clerical work, filing, babysitting. References. HO 2-1374. 22 . 13 - - •-- ___ ••• i .mi.. WANTED — Housework In Wood River. East Alton area. CL 4-1560. 22 13 WANTED — Typing at home. Reasonable rates. Cill HO 5-9250 before 2 p.m. FINANCIAL M BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 23 — 14 BARBER SHOP MONTICELLO SHOPPING CENTER —Godfrey. III. Good opportunity for rlsht man. Rent, lease or sell. FLamlcrs 3-4000. 2'j 14 — DOWNTOWN SHOP—Only $45 per month. HO 2-8806. 23 _ TF — Moil.. Wed., Frl. HOBBY SHOP — Excellent location, In n good commercial area. Excellent business already established. This business is n real opportunity, thai can pay for Itself In a short time. Call for details. HALE REALTY WALTER A. HALE, JUNIOR, REALTOR, East Alton, 'CL 4-511G 23 — 13 LOOKING FOR A BUSINESS DESTINED TO GROW? This established dry cleaning business In the progressive town of Brighton, can be yours for only $4.000 (compleicly equipped). Owner leaving because of 111 health. Call RENTALS 45 APARTMENTS — FLATS 2 5 ROOMS^— And utility room with bath $28 per month. Apply 309 Central, Alton. 45 — 14 • 3 ROOM APT. — Over sarage Heat and water furnished. $55 month. HO 5-7354. _ ______ ROOM ^\PT. - 684*57 " . way. Call HO 5-9347 before 5. 3 5 MODERN ROOMS— Private entrance. 2 blocks east of Alton Plaza. 306 Doris. Alton. HO 5-1892. 3' R"OOM APT. — Heat, water fur- nlshed. Clean, private. 465-3428. AK ..— TP «»M«^ ^ »^__^— ™*^__» 3 ROOMS— Upper Alton. Heat * water furnished. $45. Real Estate Exchange. 462-97B7. _ _ 3 ROOM APT. — Air conditioned. Stove, refrigerator & utilities furnished. $70 monthly. HO 2-2079. 3 ROOM MODERN UPSTAIRS APT. —Private entrance & bath. Heat & water furnished. 254-4251. 45 — 14 - ___ 3 LARGE ROOMS — Clean first floor, yard, near hospitals and SIU. on bus lino, gas heat, water furnished. Private bath, entrances, no pets, CL 4-5763. (462-4929). 45 — 18 -- 3 ROOMS & BATH — Large closets, heat, water furnished, couple. 921 Alton St. HO 5-7819. 45 20 3 - ROOM APT. — Close to school and bus stop. Children welcome. 1203 State St. HO 2-0178. 45 — 13 — 3 ROOMS — Over garage. In Wood River. CL 4-9782. 45 17 3 LARGE ROOM — Modern apt., all utilities furnished, garage Included. 3632 Aberdeen. HO 2-5946. 45 — 13 • 3 ROOM MODERN—First floor apt. Wood River. Heat & water furnished. CL 4-4772. 45 — 14 3'/ a ROOM—Modern unfurnished apt. for rent. Private entrance. Newly decorated. Acton Ave., Wobd River. CL 4-26G4 after 5 p.m. ,15 _ 15 _ 4 ROOM—Newly decorated. Stove & refrigerator furnished. Utilities paid. Private bnth & entrance, 1216 W. Sill), 5-8 p.m. .5 _ u •1 ROOM—Newly decorated. Private entrance, bath. Heat, water. Adults only. HO 5-5720. 45 — 7/18 — 4 ROOM APT. Heat and water furnished, second floor. State Street. Call HO 5-9347 or HO 2-0323. 45 — 15 4 ROOMS & BATH—Two apartments available. One up, one downstairs. Mlddletown. Close to schools, church, bus line. $45 month. Call 462-2562. 45 — 13 — 4 ROOM APT. — $40 monthly. HO 2-G305. ,15 _ |4 — 4 ROOM MODERN— Heat & water furnished. HO 5-5123. 45 — 15 4 ROOMS — Stoker heut, coal furnished, $48 monthly. 136 Lorena, Wood River. 45 _ 2U • I ROOM APT. — Close to school and town. Children welcome. 1203 State. HO 2-0178. 45 — 13 GENE ST. CIN AGENCY 5' NICE ROOMS - 3W E. Broad- 12 13 15 ONE OF ALTON'S BETTER RESTAURANTS Doing excellent business. Close to shoppliiR center and college. All- modern equipment, can accommodate 50 people. Good opportunity for right party. Call for further Information. ELI GREER, REALTOR HO 2-0078 .'iittSONAL SERVICE l(> DRESSMAKING—TAILORING 30 — 6-22 DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pants cuffed. Reasonable. References. In my home. CL 4-4034. BUSINESS SERVICE 12 BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 12 _ 17 BUD'S WALL WASHING SERVICE — Also household maintenance. Worker Insured. Free estimates. 465-1659. 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. HO 5-2421. 32 — 15 STRUCTURAL DRAFTSMAN — Experienced. American Emplo ment, 726 East Broadway 17 — 14 STEADY—Part-time work for qua! fled men who can devote 25-40 daj time hours weekly, making inspe tion reports. No selling or colleting involved. Ideal for retired civ service & military personnel. Mu: be neat appearing, have car an knowledge of typing. Will conside currently employed men. Specif hours available. Write P.O Bo 199. Alton, III. 18 HELP WANTED—FEMALE 18 — 13 TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (formerly Dex-A-Diet). New name, same formula, only 08c, Honke Pharmacy. 8 RUMMAGE 4 PASTRY SALES 8 — 13 14 RUMMAGE SALE—Sat., June 15, 10 a.m. 1127 Putnam St. Sponsored by Parents Association. 8—13 RUMMAGE SALE—Friday. June 14 at 519 Belle. From 9 to 12. Christian Hospital Auxiliary. 9 SOCIETIES and LODGES 9—13 Livestock Prices At East St. Louis 12 Selected Stocks following arc today's 1:30 p.m. (uotatious of 12 New York Slock Exchange issues research has mlicak'd are widely held in the I j Alton area, as supplied to the I Telegraph by Newhard, Cook & last Copy To Be Mailed I i My Name (please print) Vacation Address City State I have enclosed for week's subscription (amount) (number) Mail to: Alton Evening Telegraph, c/o Vacation Alton, III. Co., from its Alton office. (The New York Exchange closes at '2:'M p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations). AT&T IStti. Gen. Motors 7V/ 4 , Granite City Steel L'O'/H, Olin Mathicson Owens-Illinois 8<Hi, Shell Oil 42»,i, Sinclair 44%, Socony 67%, Standard Oil (Ind.) 59%, Standard (NJ) 67%, U. S. Steel 49%, Sears 90'4. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs and live poultry: k'ggs, consumer grades, A large 28-30, A medium 24-25, A small NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) — (USDA) — Hogs 7,000; harrows and gilts 1-2 190-240 Ib 16.75-17.10; about 175 head 17.25; 40 head 17.35; few 2-3 250-290 Ib 15.75-KJ.50; 1-2 150-170 Ib 14.75- 1G.25; few 120-150 Ib 11.75-14.75; sows 1-3 275-350 Ib 14.25-15.00; 350-400 Ib 13.50-14.50; 2-3 400-050 Ib 12.25-13.50; boars 11.00-12.50. Cattle 900; calves 175; steers choice 850-1,050 ib 22.50-23.0U; good 21.50-22.00; heifers choice near 900 Ib 21.75; good 700-850 Ib 20.50-21.50; cows utility 14.50- lti.50; few head commercial ltj.50; bulls utility 17.00-19.50; good and choice vealers 24.00-28.00; good choice calves 19.00-24,00. Sheep 500; spring lambs good and choice 80-105 Ib 20.00-22.00; choice prime mostly 85-100 Ib 22.00-50. 19-20, B large 26-27, wholesale grades, standard 25-26^, unclassified farm run 24-25, checks 1820. Hens, heavy 13-14, light over 5 Ibs 9-10, under 5 Ibs 7-8, commercial broilers and fryers lb'%-17. PIASA LODGE NO. 27 A.F. & A.M. — Brethren are requested to assemble at Staten Funeral Home, Thursday, June 13. 7 p.m. to perform Masonic Service for Brother Constantino p. Rlopelle. Leo L. Larsh, W.M. 0—14 BABY SITTER — In my home. Pro fer Godfrey area or own trans portation. 466-387B after 5:30 p m 18 — 15 BABYSITTER—South Roxana. Days References. CL 4-9039. 18 — 15 BEAUTY COUNSELORS Housewives; white: full or par time; no canvassing; flexibi hours; car helpful; good future CL 4-9357. 18 — 17 CURB GIRLS (4)—Apply Come. 3687 Broadway. Night work only No phone culls. 18 — 15 EXPERIENCED BAR MAID WANTED — Inquire 8 E. Ferguson Wood River. 8 a.m. to II a.m. 18 — TF LOCAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTE desires a full time Blrl preferabl with savings and loan or bankln experience, under 35 years of age Must be able to meet the public, b a good typist and have a workim knowledge of shorthand. If Interest ed please apply In your own,hanc writing giving age, marital status dependents, education, experience etc., to Box 570, care the Alto Evening Telegraph. All replies wll be strictly confidential. 18 — 15 JERSEYV1LLE LODGE NO. 394, A.F. & A.M. — Special meeting Friday. June 14, 1963, 7:30 p.m. Work In E. A. Degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Lawrence G. Crone, W.M. PART TIME — Waitress wanted Apply at Ellen's Cafe, 250B E Broadway. 18 — 13 WAITRESS — Week-ends, dinne service experience. Apply in per son Clifton Terrace 18 — 15 WAITRESSES WANTED—Apply In 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10 — 15 LOST — Blue parakeet 10 years old, name "Bulchle". Vicinity Henderson St., North Alton. Reward. 4G5-1C02. 10 — 13 MISSING SINCE JUNE I — Black Chlhuuhuu with white. Reward. — HO 2-1859. NOTICES 11 11 — 17 ALL LICENSED HAIRDRESSERS: Wet-molding, style coiffure creation, roller placement, permanent wave styling and hair accessories, shown at: Rusty's Restaurant, Edwardsvllle, June 18, 7 p.m. Admission charged at door. person. Elm. Robby's Lounge, 290 E ID HELP WTD., Male & Female 10 — 7X2/63 STRAWBERRY PICKERS — Apply Brand Strawberry Field, Brighton FRontler 2-3410, FRontler 2-3745. 10 — |.-| WANTED — .Strawberry pickers 1.1 years of age or over. Apply Illinois State Employment Service. 87 Henry, Alton. 19 — 13 11 13 BOY SCOUT UNIFORMS—For needy scouts. HO 5-2786. 11 — 13 NOTICE — From this day forward, 1 will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Dated this llth day of June, 1963, ROBERT EVANS 102 E, 7th St. Hartford, 111. U ~ 6-21 WIRELESS INTERCOMS and Walklo Talkies for sale. For business or pleasure. Sales and Service. Phone HO 5-24214 WANTED — Secretary-Experienced- Own Transportation; Practical Nurse-Illinois License Required; Housekeeper • Motherless II o in e Stay; Porter-Experienced-References required; Starwberry Pickers; Journeyman Electricians; Journeyman Machinists; Cost Ac- countant-Defjree-Accouiitlng Major; Waitresses-Experienced. APPLY IN PERSON ILLINOIS STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE. 87 HENRY ST.. ALTON. NO FEE CHARGED. 19 — 13 WANTED — Choir director for a (I ul is and youth choirs In prominent Edwnrdsvllle church. Write Box 580 In care Alton Telegraph. SAi.ESI.ADIliS IOA IDA — 15 PART-TIME OR FULL TIME — Be our representative in your own community, earn good commission with Just a 1'ew hours of work and be your own boss. Both men and women may apply. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 212 state, Alton, HO S-U313. 'URNACE CLEANING—HO 2-0125. 32 — 6-20 GUTTERING k SPOUTING — Duct work. White's Tin Shop. CL 9-2809. 32 — TF PARTS & SERVICE — Washing Machlres and Vacuum Cleaners. 838 E. 7th — HO 2-4423 MIDDLECOFF'S FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVER CLEANER SERVICE 32 — 7/15 way. References. $85 month. 46U-1S8B. 45 _ TF 5 ROOM—First floor, $70. 2nd floor, $65. Adults. Close In. Winkler Apts, 700 Alby. 45 — 13 ——— *****ft**************** * 5-ROOM MODERN APT.. 1107 + * East 7th St.. Alton. HO 2-7922, * * after 5 HO 5-2805. * ********************** 45 — 20 5 ROOMS — Newly decorated, gas heat, private entrance, $65. — — HO 5-395G. 45 _ H .— 5'/, ROOMS — Very nice, utilities furnished, Mlddletown, $90. HO 5-1995. 45 — TF ALTON'S NEWEST — See those beautiful 1, 2, 3, bedrooms, <3 bedrooms Includes l'/4 baths), stove, refrigerator furnished. Most convenient. Shown dally 832 Washington. 462-863?. 45 — 19 — APARTMENT—3 large rooms, modern. 1414 E. 4th. HO 2-2583. 45 — 15 —— BEAUTIFUL—3 rooms, private entrance. Excellent location. 406-3776. 45 — 6-28 ——— BEAUTIFUL—Unfurnished 4 room apt. Garage. Air conditioned. Exclusive location. HO 5-5426. 45 — 7/18 DAVIS APTS. — 3 rooms, stove, refrigerator and utilities furnished. 2309 College. HO 5-9321. TF POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED — SHARPENED ALL MAKES Authorized Tore Service Complete stock Toro, Lawn-Boy mowers, riding mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES .'1525 College. HO 2-732B 7/12 REPAIRING & REMODELING Roofing, siding, additions, estimates. DU 4-9089—no answer CL 4-2303. 32 7-i8 ^»__ WEEDS MOWED—By tractor. Yard grading, driveways, sewers dug, repaired. 462-3165. ,3 BUILDING - CONTRACTING 33 — 6/15 A-l CARPENTER — Additions, remodeling, alum, siding, doors, windows, roofing, painting. Reasonable. •Ifi2-2901. BOB WOOD—Basement waterproofing and cement work of all kinds. 466-2407. 33 — 6/27/63 CARPENTER WORK — Home Improvements of all types. Experienced. DU 4-9290. 45 • .. EXTRA NICE — 3 room air conditioned apt. In Rosewood Heights, stove and refrigerator, washer, dryer furnished. Plenty cabinets, closet space. $75 monthly. — — 466-2261. 45 — 19 - — FOR RENT— 2 rooms. 911 Humboldt Court. 45 — TF — NORTH ALTON — 5-Room — 1st Class — Private front and back entrance. Heat and water furnished. No small children. Dial HO 2-0055 or HO 2-0315. $90.00. 45 _ TP ********************** SEVERAL APARTMENTS * Available for Immediate * occupancy In Alton. For •* further Informatoin *• Or CALL 462-9263 Evenings 462-8680 * * ********************** 45 — 7/16/63 33 7-8 CARPENTER WORK — Patch plastering, roof repair, plumbing work, blocks laid and cement work. Also Interior and exterior painting. Call Charles Stormer. 468-1437. 33 — 6-22 BUTTERING — Roofing, painting, odd jobs, repairs. Reasonable. Prompt service, 254-3640. M DECORATING 34 — 6-18 A-l PAPER HANGING—Save mon ey. HO 5-8784. 34 — 7-4-63 ********************** Town & Country Apts. * * 2 BEDROOM APT. — Air- * * conditioned, built-in birch * * cabinets and range, refrlger- * * ator, drapes. TV antenna, * * full plastered basement, tiled * * floor patio, barbecue pit, * * area's most modern and lux- * * urlous apts. Shown at your * * convenience. CL 9-6570 or * * CL 9-6956. * ********************** 45 — TF Tues.-Thurs. & Sat. BEST IN DECORATING—Painting, Interior and exterior. Paper hang- Ing and removal. Free estimates. Reasonable prices. 466-1134. 34 — 6/21/63 — 'AINTING, PLASTERING—Removing wallpaper. No job too small. Free estimates. 466-2852. 462-9657. 34 — 0/25 PLASTERING PAINTING. Wallpaper removing. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. Alton, East 254-8189. Alton, Wood River. FURNITURE WORK — 7-5 WASHINGTON AVENUE MANOR COURT NEW-l, 2, 3 bedrooms with country living. • AIR-CONDITIONED • SWIMMING POOL • STOVES & REFRIGERATORS FURNISHED • MANY OTHER FEATURES • ALL CONVENIENCES • CLOSE TO SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES CLOSE TO ALTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Furnished Apts, Available! See O"r Display Apt. HO 5-1114 or Mrs. Shake, HO 5-634S from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. ' 45 - TF WINCHESTER'S CUSTOM RE-UP' HOLSTERING—132 E. 402-8235. Elm. Ph. 48 HOIV1U ItUlLUINU SERVICE 8 — 6-18 CARPENTER WORK Repairing, remodeling, roofing, sld 254-2303. Ing, No Job too small. Estimates. WILSHIRE COLONIAL APTS. SEE NEWEST — FINEST By Wllshlre Shopping Center One or two bedroom* Medallion wiring Range — oven — refrigerator Air conditioned Private — patios — balcontet Drapes Disposal Basement with lockers Natural gas heal 45* L Y ° der CL <-9H3 or CL 4-1484 WOOD RIVER — 431 N. Wood River Ave. 3 large rooms and bath, Jnd floor brick house, rent $65 with all utilltes furnished except elec. To Inspect Dial CL 4-3803 evenings CL 4-7748. RENTALS SLEEPING ROOMS — 10 LEliPING KOOM—For gentleman. In refined home. 1700 Slate. 1O 2-8227. LEliPING KOOM — I ; or working Blrl, private entrance, $8 weekly. Also 3 room furnished apt., utilities unilslicd, $15 1O 5-U9C5. weekly, close In, J HOUSUKUUl'INU HOOMS KOOM 1'UKNISHEU— For light ousekceplng. 412 W. 4th. HO 2-3163. felegruph Want Ads "CLICK" 4« FURNISHED APARTMENTS 46 — 13 . 1 ROOM FURNISHED APT.—Also cheap basement apartment. 1030 Union. Phone HO 2-5970. 46—20 2 ROOM — Downstairs efficiency, private bath, utilities furnished. bast Alton. Adults. $60. 466-3001 46 — 15 —— 2 ROOM FURNISHED APT Prl- vutc entrance. Baby welcome 254-5045. 46 — 19 _ —— 2 ROOM — Furnished apt. 636 Broadway, East Alton, CL 4-3342. After 5 p.m. CL 4-8614. 46 _ 7-15 2 ROOMS—All modern, all utilities paid. Private entrance and bath 511 Madison, Wood River. 254-267?! 46 — 13 ———2 KOOM — Furnished apt, Wood River Utilities furnished, $10 weekly. HO 2-9877. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily

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