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SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN Obituaries Rink In ill health since December, 1962, John Rink, 78, died at 9:25 p.m. Friday at his home in Fosterburg. He was born Nov. 4, 1884, in Mt. Olive to Mr. and Mrs. August Rink. He is a retired coal miner and a member of the Methodist Church of Bethalto. One sister, Mrs. Minnie Rink of Bethalto, and two nieces, Mrs. Lillian Worlman of Fosterburg and Mrs. Eleanor Noble of Bunker Hill, survive. He was pi "ceded in death by five brothers and one sister. Friends may call after 5 p.m. Sunday at Smith Funeral Home. Funeral services will be conducted at 1 p.m. Monday by the Rev. Andrew McMullen. Burial will he in Mt. Olive Cemetery. Tretter Private graveside rites were conducted at 10 a.m. today in Woodland Hills Cemetery for the infant William Edward Tretter, pronounced dead at birth Friday, 3:30 a.m. Me was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tretter of Woodland Ave., Wood River. The Rev. Father Frank O'Hara of St. Kevin's Catholic Church in Rosewood Heights officated. In addition to his parents, the child is survived by two sisters Mary Ann and Michelle Marion; a brother, Michael Robert; pa ternal grandmother, Mrs. Berths Trrtler, Wood River; materna grandfather, Herschel Barger, Los Angeles. Calif.; and great grand grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscai Corninc, Wood River. during World War II. He was captured by the Japanese and imprisoned on March 18, 1943, until December, 1943. For the past three years, he has served as chaplain at St. Joseph's Infirmary at Eureka, Mo. Surviving are one brother, Carl J. of Jersyville; and six sisters, Mrs. Joseph Heitzig of Jersey- v i 11 e, Mrs. William Heitzig of Ficldon, Mrs. L. A. Wardein of Alton, Mrs. Henry Goetten of Jerseyville, Mrs. A. J. Schepper of Jerseyville, and Mrs. Joseph Tonsor. The body is at Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 p.m. Sunday. Monday the body will be moved to St. Mary's Church, Fieldon, where friends may cull after 4 p.m. Solemn Pontifical Requiem Mass vill be celebrated Tuesday at the hurch at 11 a.m. by the Most lev. Ambrose Pinger, arch priest; 'alher Odoric Awick, deacon; 'ather Roland Averbeck, sub dea- on; and Father Valerian Schott. 'he sermon will be delivered by 'ather Norbert Schmalz. Burial vill be in SS. Peter and Paul's Cemetery, St. Louis. Kennedy Gaining Northern Votes; Losing in South Poore PLEASANT HILL — Mrs. Susan Ann Poore, 78, a life-long resi dent of Hamburg, died at he: home at 2:30 p.m. Friday. She was born in Hamburg, Nov 26, 1884, to Mr. and Mrs. Antoini Jacobs. She was the widow o Charles Poore, whom she married March 1, 1902. She was a member of th Hamburg Methodist Church am the Royal Neighbors Lodge. Surviving are one son, Howarc W. of Hamburg; three brothers Cleve of Kampsville, Clarence o Cottage Hills, and Claude of Ham burg; and one sister, Mrs. B. H Williams of Rosewood Heights One son, Merle, preceded her i: death. Funeral services will be conduct ed at 2 p.m. Monday in the Ham burg Methodist Church by th Rev. Ralph Anderson. Friend may call after 4 p.m. today a the Ward Funeral Home. Buria will be in Hamburg Cemetery. Wheeler CARLINVILLE — Forme Plainview resident, Miss Haze Wheeler, 71, died at U a.m. Fn day in Lincoln. She was the daugl ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. A W. Wheeler. She is survived by two broth ers, Ralph of Plainview an James L. of Springfield; and on sister Mrs. Violet Howerton Plainview. Friends may call after 2 p.m today at Heinz Funeral Home Funeral services will be at p.m. Sunday at the funeral home Interment will be in Carlinvill City Cemetery. Schmieder JERSEYVILLE - The Rev Father Justine Aloys Schmiede ot Eureka, Mo., died unexpected ly at the home of his brother-in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Tonsor Jr., near Fieldon He had come to Jersey Count 13 days ago to attend a wedding He was born Sept. 22, 1898 i Jersey County to the late Mr. an Mrs. Joseph Sclirnieder. Father Schmieder was a mem ber of the Franciscan Order. H served as a missionery in Chin Getty Mrs. Addie Myrtle Getty, 82, died at 2:30 a.m. today in Blu- rountain Manor where she had )een a patient since February, home was 2514 Salu St., and she has been a resident of Alton iinoe 1909. She .vas born in Ontario, lanada, July 12, 1880, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coxall. On April 27, 1904, she married Malcolm Getty in Ontario. She is a member of College Avenue Presbyterian Church. Surviving in addition to her husband is one son, Walter, of Alton. One brother and four sisters preceded her in death. Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Smith Funeral Home, conducted by the Rev. Paul Krebs. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Monday. Schneider Interment In Valhalla Park Funeral services for Tammy Marie Schneider were conducted at 10 a.m. today in Gent Chapel by the Rev. Paul S. Krebs. Interment was in Valhalla Memorial Park. Main Baptist Board Meeting Set Sunday A meeting of the board of trustees and the finance committee of Main Street Baptist Church will be held immediately following the 10:40 a.m. service Sunday. Final plans for purchase of the new parsonage will be discussed. The parsonage also will be the topic of the church's quarterly business meeting to be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Pastor Resigns At Cottage Hills COTTAGE HILLS — The Rev. A. R. Fields, of First Baptist Church here has resigned as pastor. The Rev. Kenneth Weiger of Wood River will be guest minister Sunday. By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AP)—President Kennedy's civil rights recommendations may win him enough Negro votes in the North in 1964 to more than offset the support he appears to be jettisoning in the South. While Kennedy and his Demo- cralic lieutenants have sounded trumpet calls for bipartisan backing, the President's action in asking Congress for a far-reaching program has put Republicans over a political barrel. The outcome, of course, is uncertain. But if Congress passes any substantial segment of the Kennedy program, the voters in the North and the South are likely to label the end result as a Kennedy measure. The fact that GOP votes might have been crucial for the bill's passage might get scant attention in the acclaim for a presidential victory in this field. On the contrary, if no bill is passed, the outcome probably will be charged—or credited, as the viewpoint dictates—to the Republican minorities of the two houses. They would be accused — or praised — for having contributed the margin for the program's defeat. Newly-Ordained Priest Named Assistant Pastor ANNOUNCEMENTS FUNERAL DIRECTORS FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS—$5 & up. Rexroat Flowers. 40B-3789. 2712 Godfrey Road. PERSONALS SEOUL — Importers in Korea report that there is a good mar- the country for dental •cot in tools. Steel Price Hike Is Question PITTSBURGH (AP) - Will the basic steel industry seek a price increase to offset the cost of the newly-revised steel labor contract? Tliis question is being debated in the wake of Thursday's historic agreement between the United Sleelworkers and the top 11 steel producers. The revisions contain no wage increase, but industry officials estimate the new fringe benefits would raise employment costs some 15 cents an hour per man over the 21-month life of the contract. Another factor is that steel users who had built up their inventories as a hedge against a possible strike may curtail their orders sharply. A combination of these two factors—spiraling hidden costs and low production—could touch off another demand by management for a price increase. But should the industry set price hikes, it is doubtful they would be across-the-board. Steel producers still feel the sting of President Kennedy's wrath at the general increases announced by the industry last year. Those increases, of course, later were rescinded. More probable would be selective price hikes, similar to the increases of last April. These increases, which averaged about $4.50 to $7.00 a ton, were the first major increases in the industry since August 1958. Although Kennedy stands firmly against a general increase on the grounds it would spur inflation, he theorized that the April increases could be absorbed by steel users. Apparently he was right, for representatives of industry and labor recently told a joint Senate- House Economics Committee that the selective increases had no appreciable effect on the general level of prices in the nation. Most observers feel Republicans will make additional inroads in the South next year, benefitting from the President's quest for enforced desegregation of privately owned business firms serving the public and his request for new weapons to prod for school integration. Republican vote gains seem to be indicated if the GOP picks a presidential nominee who is regarded in Dixie as even slightly less pro-civil rights than the Democratic President. Some GOP conservatives think fhey could win the presidency for Sen. Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz., by sweeping the South and most states west of the Mississippi. But eastern Republicans, many of them strong civil rights advocates, don't agree with this theory. They believe the only way to defeat Kennedy's certain bid for re-election is to carry some of the more populous states. Teacher Is Acquitted of Defiling Flag CHARDON, Ohio (AP)-A 39- year-old former high school teach er, who stepped on an American flag in a classroom demonstration, has been acquitted of charges of defiling the flag. A Geauga County Common Pleas jury deliberated the fate of Arlie McCartt for an hour before ren dering a verdict Friday night Judge Robert B. Ford had speci fied that malicious intent to de secrate the flag must be shown Youth Slays Neighbor Girl In Anger NEW YORK fAP)—A 13-year- old neighbor boy, angered over being "pushed around" by a girl two years his junior, admitted today that he stabbed her to death in her Manhattan apartment, police said. The slain child was Erica Sayers. identified as the daughter of a New Orleans television producer and his ex-wife, an attractive cover girl model. The brutal slaying was discovered at 1:30 a.m. by the victim's stepfather, Kim Philip Halpeni, 26, a typesetter for the New York Times. He found Erica in the bathroom when he returned home from work. She was clad in dungarees nd blue sweater. An electric: cord vas wrapped around her neck. A ilood-s.ained bread kmfo was- by er side. The hoy told police he "stabbed ier three times—I think" because he had "pushed me around." The boy was booked on a •barge ot juvenile de'inquer.oy, vith a specification of homicide. However, police would not dis- :lose his name because he is under 16. The youth was to graduate Sun- lay from grammar school, but now will be held over the weekend ui the Bronx Youth House for a hearing Monday in Children's Court. Detectives gave this account of i\ newly-ordained priest has been named assistant pastor at SS. poler and Paul's Church in Alton lo replace ,-i priest transferred to Springfield. The Rev. Mrxlard Lobocki, as sistant pnslor of SS. Peter and Paul, will be assistant chaplain al St. John's Hospitnl in Spring [field. Named to replace him is thr R.PV. Richard Penidotto. The appointments were announced today by the Most Rev. Bishop William O'Connor of the Springfield rliocepp of the Catholic Church. Other appointments involving Madison County assignments are: The Rev. Paul Habenstreit. to ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS -— Help for the problem drinkers. Men and v/omen. 1IO 5-1612. 7 — 6-24 ALT.. TYPES of confidential Investigations. Downstate Investigation Service. Licensed and bonded, D. A. Landers. AT 8-3155. Rt. 4. Ed- wardnvllle. 7 — 7-20 LICENSED DETECTIVE — Leqal photography. W. K. Hurt. 200R Washi.lRton Avc.. Alton, 4(15-7350. 7 — IT — TU — TH — SAT RENT Cameras, projector:;, accessories. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE Alton's Photo Center. HO 5-2585 230 East Broadway. Alton 7 _ 7/25/63 I»A SALESLADIES ISA — 24 LADIES—An exciting career await* you If you can Interview and direct other women. Flexible hours. Car rtoslrnnle. Tnltlntive and personal- tiy more important Ihan business experience. 4fifi-om after 6 p.m. for peisonal interview. IflA — 2H LADIES — For telephone survey and research work from home anc our local office Immediate area si .20 nn hour salary to start. I.nd ies must be over 21. private phone In home. Able to work 2 to hours daily For personal Inter view Wrilo 'Box 750 in earn Tele Kraph giving name, age, addros anil telephone number. SALESMEN TRY D1ADAX TABLETS (form- 20 20 — 24 A WIU.L KNOWN Illinois Compan nneds men In the Alton area Mlninum wnge SI.00 plus commif sion. For appointment, call 4(55-7651 Ask for- Mr. Tnrld. 20 — 2fi crly Dex-A-Dlet). New name, same pnstor at St. Joseph's, Carlinvillo, from pastor at St. Cecelia, Glen Carbon; the Rev. John Morris, to pastor at St. Cecelia, from paslor at Sacred Heart, Lillyville; The Rov. Peter Klumbys, to pastor at St. Mary. Fieldon-Weslwood, trom assistant pastor at St. Mary, Mt. formula, macv. only f)8c. Honke Phar- 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN ]0 _ 22 • FOUND — Pure bred male black Cocker on Amelia St. HO 5-571S. 1(1 — '12 4-FOOT PLYWOOD DISK—Lost in vicinity of Plasa Creek road last Sunday. White with silver star. Reward 729-7-I35. 10 — 24 LOST—Wallet. Brown. Reward for finder. Important papers. HO 5-8496. NO 1 ICES Los Angeles Officials Say Negroes Rushing LOS ANGELES (AP)—Officials of education, union and housing groups in Los Angeles say Negro leaders haven't given them enough time to comply fully with integration demands. Nor have they taken advantage of reforms already in effect, add- ALTON PAUL E. GABRIEL Services 10 a.m. Monday Main Street Methodist Church JOHN RINK Services 1 p.m. Monday Funeral Home MYRTLE GETTY Services 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Funwal Home ALTON - WOOD KIVUK BUTUA1-TO ed a Los Angeles School Board member. Negroes countered at a news conference Friday that response to their 10-day "total integration" deadline for Los Angeles—sel Juno 6—was inadequate. They said they would start a series oj peaceful protest demonstrations Monday. Dr. Christopher Taylor, spokesman for the United Civil Rights Committee, declared: "We do not feel that those who call the shots in the fields of employment, housing, education and law enforcement really believe that we mean it when we say that we want integration now —or that they have seriously tried to meet our demands. The chairman of the Los An jilt's County Human Relations Commission, Frank W. Chuman, said: "For them to demonstrate is a clear sign ... of an attempt to blackjack us into something." 1/os Angeles county, with a pop illation of more than six million, has about 500,000 Negroes. Mrs. Georgiana Hardy, chairman of the Los Angeles Board ol Education's Equal Opportunities Committee, said minority groups have nol taken advantage of new school board policy encouraging them to apply for transfer from overcrowded schools to underen- rollnd ones. The committee of three school board members and seven citi zens has been working on demands of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People since last August. for a conviction under the state law. Several witnesses testified Me Cartt pulled the flag off its stand stepped on it and said: "If I had done this during the Spanish American war, I might have been shot." The prosecution argued only the act of stepping on the flag need be proved and that intent was, not mentioned in the law. McCartt had been a high schoo teacher for five years. After protests arose about the flag-stepping incident at Kenston High School which occurred last Feb. 17, Me Cartt resigned. Last Ransom Shipment to Cuba Sunday WASHINGTON (AP) - A ship cany ing the last shipment of ran som for Cuban Bay of Pigs captives sails from Philadelphia Sunday. The Red Cross announced Friday in Washington that when the cargo of the S.S. Maximus is delivered, it will bring to $49,300,905 the value of medical supplies and foodstuffs exacted by Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro for the release of 1,113 prisoners. The total ransom is figured at $5:! million. The balance is charged to credits for packing, insurance and transportation of the goods shipped to Cuba by nine ships and 35 plane flights. Thr ransom agreement was negotiated by New York Lawyer James B. Donovan. The ransom goods were donated by 20-1 U.S. manufacturers and the transportation was also provided free by U.S. shipping firms and Pan American World Airways. The Maximus will return to the United States with 846 Cuban refugees and their relatives, in addition to the more than 8,400 persons already brought here in the ransom operation. his signed statement: He went to Erica's apartment about 10 p.m. to return a key she had lost. He said she started shouting at him for not returning the key sooner. Then, he said, Erica dashed into the kitchen, grabbed a bread knife and threatened him, Overcome by anger, he seized the knife during a struggle and plunged it into her. Erica collapsed on the floor, then managed to stagger into the bathroom. The boy told police he took an electric cord from a lamp and tied one end around Erica's neck. Unsuccessful in washing the blood from his shirt, he took it down to the East River, loaded it with rocks and tossed it into the water. Then he went home to bed. Halpern said Erica was the daughter of New Orleans television producer Eric Sayers. The girl's mother, Gabrielle, 34, married Halpern last October in Mexico. Her professional name was Gabe Bouche. Halpern said she appeared on the cover of Life Magazine in 1948. He told police he had a dispute with his wife last Thursday and she indicated she was leaving him. Sterling. The Rev. John Barratt, to as sistanl pastor at St. Patrick. Springfield, from assistant pastor at Sacred Heart, Granite City; the Rev. Edwin Groesch, to assistant pastor at Sacred Heart, from assistant pastor at St. Mary, Paris; the Rev. Thomas Sullivan, to assistant pastor at St. Joseph's, Granite City, from assistant pastor at St. Rose, Quincy. The Rev Thomas Gallenbach, former pastor at St. Mary's Church in Alton, has entered the Air Force as a chaplain. He has seen assistant pastor at Sacred Heart Church in Springfield for the past year. Invasion of Cuba Still 11—22 BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED at the office of the Village Clerk in the new Municipal Building In East Alton, Illinois, until 7 p.m. July 1. 196.'), for a new police car for the police department. Specifications may be obtained at the Villapse Clerk's Office. The Village reserves special right to reject any or all bids. LAWRENCE DARK, Village Clerk. U _ TF —WED & SAT GET YOUR CAMERA NOW AND PAY LATER AT FOSTER'S DRUG STORE, 230 E. Broadway, Alton DISTRIBUTOR-TRUCK ROUTE SALES Snack foods company with distriht lion in area grocery stores, (chai stores and independents), restni rants, taverns, etc. Seeks agRres slve. ambitious and enthusiast] individual. Our products are Pstab lished advertised brands and you crrnlngs will be limited only b your abilities. If you now are i;i gaged in wholesale food route sale and have the goal of eventually hi coming a full-fledged dlstrihnto (which would not require an in tlnl investment on your parli writ' giving full particulars to: Box 77 care of Alton Telegraph. 20 '>•> — • HIGH SCHOOL GRAD National organization has full tlm or summer openings. Call 254-57" 11 — 20-22-24 NOTICE ... _______ _.unty Fair . ------- — will accept bids for the bar and food concessions at Llndendale Park during fair week. Mail bids to: Ted Leroy. Chairman, Route 2. Highland or phone 654-3432. Rights reserved to reject any or all bids. 11_24 NOTICE — From this day forward 1 will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Leopoldo Z. Nleto, 2750 Hlllcrest. Alton, 111. June 21, 1963. 11 — TF - — - 20 — 22 KITCHEN CABINETS — Appllanc and finish building materials, c: on dealers and contractors. Esta llshcd territory. Write Box 630 care Alton Telegraph. 20 — 22 WANTED—Real estate salesma Excellent opportunity for aggressive salesman. Real estate experience not necessary. Give complete background. Write Box 710. care Telegraph. 20 — 24 BUSINESS SERVICE •- 6/25 DECORATING PLASTERING AINTING. wallpaper removing. Work guaranteed. Frea e»tlmi»te*. Alton. East Alton. Wood River. 254-8180 KURNHURE VVOHK — 7-5 — VINCHESTKR'S CUSTOM RE-UP HOLSTF.R1NO—132 E. Elm. Ph. 462-8235. 0 STORAGE — MOVING o — 7-in ree Estimate Call HO 2-8240 PRES BELCHER Ascnt For VON DER AHE VAN LINES World Wide Movers 1018 Elliott Ave.. Alton. 111. RENTALS 41 SLEEPING ROOMS 41 —- 22 ROOM FOR RENT— 401 Alby. HO 2-65n/. 41 — 29 -- ±— SLlil:.PIN(, ROOM — Ground floor. Share hath, near Post Office ft business district. 254-5781. 223 E. Acton. Wond Kiver 41 — 2K --SLEEPING ROOM — 406 tamper!. SI. 110 2-:^l(i 41 — 24 SLEEPING ROOM— For lady, Milton Road. At bus stop. HO 2-0723. on IS APAIUMENIS — FLATS 45 — 22 LARGE ROOMS — Clean first floor, yard, near hospitals and SIIj. on bus lino. RRS heat, wat.-r furnished. Private bath, entrance., no pels. CL -J-5763. <4fi2-4!)29). 45 /7/1S 3 ROOM APT. — 554% E. Broadway. Call HO 5-9347 before 5. 45 - TF 3 ROOMS — Upper Alton. Heat Sc water furnished. $45. Real Estate Exchange. 462-979". 45 _ 28 3 LARGE ROOMS— 1st floor. Private bath & entrance. Heat & wn ter furnished. Couple. 921 Alton St. HO 5-7819. 45 — 28 OHNG M7^~ro work and train 3 ROOM. - Uath 331 Church St. for a future in our business. Mustj t-ast Alton. DU 4-9338. be neat appearing, and school graduate. This job is full time with all benefits. Salary, commission and car furnished. Apply Mr Frank Ryan, District Mgr.. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 212 State. Alton. 22 SITUATIONS WTD.— FEMALE HOUSEWIFE care for children while parents work days. Dial HO 6-4890. 22 — 22 - - — - IRONINGS WISHED— Expert ironer. References. HO 2-6410. 22 — 24 145 — 28 ROOM — Unfurnished apt., nice, large rooms. 161 Lorena, Wood River. I small child welcome. — DU 4-3451. 15 — 28 I ROOM—Upstairs apt. Private bath & entrance. All utilities furnished. CL 9-6477. 5 — 22 3Vi ROOM—Modern unfurnished apt. for rent. Private entrance. Newly decorated. Acton Ave., Wood River. CL 4-2664. 5 — 7-25 Unconfirmed MIAMI, Fla. (AP)—There is as yet no solid confirmation of a reported Cuban Revolutionary Council commando thrust which has drawn verbal fire from rival exile groups. Two exile organizations said the landings reported at several Cuban points by the council did more harm than good. A State Department spokesman said the council may have put a few men in Fidel Castro's territory and it criticized "inaccurate" statements which it said tend to build up false hopes among Cuba's antiCastro element. The council, which had said it expected a radio progress report from its commandos Friday, claimed a broadcast did come Acid Attack on Queen Mother Is Threatened DARLINGTON, England (AP)— Police today sought a letter writer who threatened an attack with acid on Queen Mother Elizabeth when she visits Darlington Tuesday. The anonymous letter said: "Acid attack on Queen Mother if visit not called off." The letter, mailed in Darlington Friday, was addressed to a local newspaper which handed it over to police. Detective Inspector John Truelove said: "We cannot afford to ignore this. There is nothing which leads us to believe it may be a hoax. The sender may be a crank but we are taking no chances." Special precautions will be taken during the four hours the Queen Mother is in Darlington. Extra police are being brought into the town to keep a special guard. She is visiting the town in connection with the 400th anniversary celebrations of Darlington Grammar School. Builders Buy Plant MEXICO CITY—A small group of Mexican home builders is planning the purchase of a cement plant for their own use. from its forces but later said it was mistaken. Published estimates of the number of commandos landed have run as high as 3,000. Says Whites Don't Understand Negro Problems NEW YORK (AP) — "White America has failed to understand the depth of anguish, frustration and demoralization of the Negro people," said Negro author James Baldwin. "We are on the threshold of a long, hot and very dangerous summer," he said. Speaking Friday in the Harlem area to a white and Negro church audience of 800, Baldwin defined "demoralization" as "the effect in a person of being robbed of a sense of human value." Because of this demoralization, he indicated, "there is a terrible, a tremendous force in the streets of Harlem." 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. LADY WILL BABYSIT DAYS—References. Rosewood Heights. CL 9-3025. 22 — 25 ANNOUNCEMENTS CARD OF THANKS 2 o 90 , ___________—————— EFF.E A. HARMAN — We would like to thank our many friends, relatives, neighbors, and congregation of Brown Street Baptist Church who were so kind during our recent bereavement and for the-ir many prayers. Also the pallbearers. Smith Funeral Home and the Reverend Gaylard Hamilton and .ill those who tent cards. flowers, food, or assisted in any way. The? ChiMivn. \3 IN LOVING MEMORY LONDON—The famous statue! IN LOVINV- MEMORY of my hus- of Britian's Lord Nelson has just! $•«"* ™ ™ mer - who passed away been cleaned for the first time; NV. .1 Jr.- do i forget you, In my heart you are so near. A* 1 loved you, so 1 miss you. ot a long year. Catherine. since 1955. The column on which it stands remains dirty however A: since its coat of grime is said lo ., _ ., 2 „._ be protective. WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN—By day or week. 465-4015. FINANCIAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ********************** * DRIVE-IN FOR SALE — * * Doiny good business, sell- * * InR due to other business * * interests. HO 2-7620. * ********************** 23 7/2 — • FOR SALE—One of Alton's better restaurants and lounges. Fixtures, property Included. Box 1130. care Alton Telegraph. 23 — 7/27 . — IF YOU CAN SELL, have SI,500 to Invest, want to earn 51,000 or more per mo. and cash awards & premiums to give attendants and dealers for selling; write box 790. care Alton Telegraph. Be sure to give your phone number. Experieced Dri-Pcwr Distributor will interview you regarding distribution of Dri-Powr Automotive products. 23 — 22 RIDERS 11A 11A — 25 RIDERS WANTED 7:45 to 4:30 P.m. Downtown St. Louts from Wood River area to St. Louis. CL 4-6491. I1A — 25 downtown PORTABLE CAR WASH Enjoy the advantages as owner o! a portable car wash multiple oper ation. No buildings or land neces sary. No labor problems. We fur nish locations, installations and training. If you have S1090.00 o $3190.00 you can put to work, thi ownership and profits of this bus! ness will be yours. Can be handle without disturbing present occupa tlon. Write Interstate Merchandis ers. Car Wash Department, Roches ter. Minnesota for local interview. 23 — 24 POST-DISPATCH ROUTE — Gros over $200 week. $5,000 cash. Write Box 730 in care of the Alton Tele graph. 23 — 21 22 28 29 5 6 12 13 SERVICE BUSINESS — Franchise available, removing old finish and stains from furniture is much needed service. A part-time star quickly develops Into a substantla full-time business. For detail write or phone: Land Furnltun Stripping Co., 8431 Wabash, Berke ley 34. Mo. JA 1-3131. PERSONAL SERVICE 10 DRESSMAKING—TAILORING 30 — 8-22 RIDE WANTED — Vicinity of North Alton to Olln Mathieson; detonator dept., eve. 24-28. 462-9054. shift June DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pant cuffed. Reasonable. References. In my home. CL 4-4034. BUSINESS SERVICE EDUCATIONAL 12A INSTRUCTIONS 1*>A — 7/9 ,-, _,-.--- - — GIRLS — YOUNG LADIES TRAVEL CAREERS 18-35 Florida, California, Hawaii. Free to relocate. Must be single, neat appearing, enjoy people. Recent hiKh school graduates accepted. Parents welcome on interview. CALL DEAN H DWELL ALTON 462-5705 Or write for free apti-test. Jet Age Careers—Box 6141, Lambert St. Louis Airport (45) Mo. EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE 17 — 24 CUSTODIAN—For local church. List references, wage expected, experience. Write Box 720, care Tele- Braph. 17—24 FULL TIME FILLING STATION HELP WANTED — Apply in person. Hudson Oil Co., across Lewis & Clark Hridsc. i- __ 95 —^ WANTED — Elderly man, handy with saw ami hammer. For Information write Mrs. H. Kelso, Route 1. East Alton. Seeks Performers For Flea Circus Hy KDDV GI1.MORE LONDON (AP) — Miss Pauline Testo—who runs a flea circus- was scratching around today looking for performers. "Fleas," she said, "are hard to get these days." Miss Testo blamed Britain's health authorities for her predicament. "Health authorities al) over the country have been carrying on an increasingly active campaign against fleas. There's a risk ot them being wiped out," she said Miss Testo needs performers because she has several engagements coming up. "I'm down to tour stars," she explained, "and that's not enough to put on a good show." She said fleas are not difficult to train—once you get the rignt material. She said there are plenty of do« fleas, but they don't live long enough. "I need the sort of fleas that get on human beings," she went on. "They live for months and can be trained for tin 1 various acts." Miss Testo said she is willing to pay well for potential stars. The going rate is $l.b8 a dozen. "I'll pay more than thai," she said. | IN LOVING MhMORY of our mother .'en.i Scni"".'!! Avery. who p.<--oo: .i'.vay .; \ ear> ,IKO, June 23,' In o_: home she is loudly remember eel Sweei memories cllnn to her name, Tho^e who loved her in life sin- corelv. Still love her in death just, the same Sadly missed by. Daughter. Sons & Families. 3 — 22 —— IN MEMORY OF TOMMY GORDON, who died June 22, 1962: Sweetly sleeping, resting at last. The world's weary troubles and trials are pa»t. In silence he suffered. With patience he bore. Till <>od called him home, To sufler no moie. Barb III luvliiK memory ot MINNIE L. VOI./., who passed away 1 year an". June 22, l!'i>2 You're none, and now we reminisce. About (/in la.it noodbyr; 'I he tender UHii'h. the bvirnliiK kis.-.. The warm and plainliye .igh, We i-lu.-e oar ryes and we can almost touch your ueniU- hand. At Uisl we know what poets mean Hy dre.iini' ot an emh.inted land Too soon tlie spell is broken, We In 1 .11 your plaimiye .iiili. Tear.s roll like rain ilown our cheeks. Il was the la.si poudby-. Sadly mlsse.l by Dautihiei, ->on-in-law and Granddaughter. IS HELP WANTED — FEMALE IS — 24 — EX P. STENOGRAPHERS—General office. Hisht dictation. Greater Alton Employment. 300 Piasa. PAKT.'IIMK GENERAL OFFICE — 9-1 p.m.. 5 day, light bookkeeping, Kouii typist. Apply Monday, 9-3. firiMier Alton Employment, 300 I'insa. IS — -J5 KHI.1AB1.F. CilRl. OR Older woman to care for 4 children and stay in my homo. HO 2--UUO._ 19 HELP WTD., Male & Female 12 BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS BUD~'S"WALL WASHING SERVICE — The Wallmatlc way. Worker insured. Free estimates. 465-1659. 32 — 27 LAWN MOWERS—Scissors, pinking shears sharpened. Pick up and deliver. CL 9-6320. 32 — TF ROOM APT.—Heat and water furnished, second floor. State Street. Call HO 5-9347 or HO 2-0323. 5 — 22 ROOMS AND BATH — Newly decorated. Stove and refrigerator furnished. 1216 W 9th. 45 _ 24 4 ROOMS FOR RENT — Newly decorated. CL 4-6139, CL 4-Oino. 5 — 22 — ROOM APT.—Private bath. 520 E. 7th. Call 462-7785. 5 _ TF i ROOM—First floor. $70. 2nd floor, $65. Adults. Close In. Wlnkler Apis. 700 Alby. 45 — 22 • ROOM DU.'LEX APT.—1258 W. 9th. Call HO 2-4106. 45 — 7/1 AIR CONDITIONED 2-3 Bedroom Apartments-New Low Rental. Display Apartment Open Mrs. Shake HO 5-5345 WASHINGTON MANOR COURT APT. 45 — TF — ALTON'S NEWEST — See these beautiful 1. 2, 3. bedrooms. (3 bedrooms includes H4 baths), stove, refrigerator furnished Swimming pool. Most convenient. Shown dally. 832 Washington. 468-8632. 45 — 6-28 — BEAUTIFUL—Unfurnished 4 room apt. Garase. Air conditioned. Exclusive locar'on. HO 5-5426. 45 — TF — 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 — 4 — FOR RENT — 2 rooms. 911 Humbolt Court. 45 — 27 • — MODERN 5-RM. APT. FOR RENT —HO 5-9563. After 4:30, HO 5-1353. 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 — 22 ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — 3 rooms, heat and water furnished, $65, 77 Bert. CL 9-1652 45 — 28 : ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS—3 rooms -k bath, first floor, in new split-level brick. Extra nice. 531 Sullivan. 45 — TP — *****+*********•*•****** * * * SEVERAL APARTMENTS * •k Available for Immediate * •k occupancy in Alton. For -fr •£ further Informatoln -fr •*• CALL 462-9263 * 4- Or Evenings 462-8680 •*• * * *+***+**************** 45 W1LSHIRE COLONIAL APTS. Air-conditioned, spacious, 1 and 2 bedrooms, drapes, range, refrigerator, disposal, choice location. Yoder. CL 4-9113. 45 — 7/26 WORDEN APARTMENTS 1103 Washington. 3 bedrooms, heat and water furnished, adults, no pets. 462-4512. PARTS & SERVICE — Washing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners. 838 E. 7th — HO 2-4423 MIDDLECOFF'S FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVER CLEANER SERVICE 32 — 7/15 POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED — SHARPENED ALL MAKES Authorized Tore Service Complete stock Toro. Lawn-Boy mowers. rldinB mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. HO 2-7326 32 — 7/12 REPAIRING & REMODELING Roofing, siding, additions, estimates. DU 4-9089—no answer CL 4-2303. 32 — 7-26 SWIMMING POOLS Do it yourself kits, or installed. Concrete, flberslas, redwood. Round splash pools. Any price range. Financing. Chemicals & pool equipment. DL'GfiER-RAILEY. Inc. DU 4-lii(i'_' CL 4-2860 40 FURNISHED APARTMENTS 46 — 29 — 2 FURNISHED ROOMS — Private entrance and bath, utilities paid. $10 weekly. Phone HO 2-0766. 46 — 29 2-ROOM and sun porch — Private bath and entrance, 20S Illinois Ave., East Alton. CL 9-1977. 46 — 25 — TWO 2-ROOM APTS.—Completely furnished. Alt utilities furnished. In 7-apt. home. Large yard, parking, washing facilities. 3619 Coronado, Alton. To see call 259-1722. •16 — TF — 2 ROOM—Nicely furnished apts. All utilities paid. HO 5-7331. 46 — 22 ! ROOMS FURNISHED — all utilities, adults only. Close in. $60 month. HO 5-9018. 46 M BUM DING - CONTRACTING 33 — 7/16 BOB WOOD—Basement waterproofing and cement work of all kinds. •166-2407. :i:i — 22 CARPENTER WORK Repairing, remodeling, roofing, slti- in;; — No iob too small. Estimates. 2.M-2303. 33 6/27/63 CARPENTER WORK — Home improvements of all types. Experienced. DU 4-9290. _ 7-8 24 MEN—Accountant, auto mechanics, desk clerk, sales representative, engineers. WOMEN—lluokkeepcr, Dictaphone- secretary. P. E. instructor, de- i;rrr. eashier—nuut lype. Dusk clerk, lenul stenuyr-pher, wait- re.^L's. housekeeper, nuiht ;;tay. AM E Kl CAN EM PLOY M E NT 1220 E. Broadway SALESLADIES CARPENTER WORK — Patch plastering, roof repair, plumbing work, blocks laid and cement work. Also Interior and exterior painting. Call Charles Stormer. 4U6-1437. 33 — 28 CONCRETE WORK OF ALL KINDS — Walls, floors, walks, porches, etc. Free estimates. HO f-1290. HO 2-3483 any time. ELECTRICAL WIRING—Range In siul!;ulon. air conditioners, meter service, house wiring, DU 4-9288. 33 — 6-22 (iUTTERING — Roofing, painting, odd jobs, repairs. Reasonable. Prompt service. 254-3649. DKCORATING •4-1)3 IDA 1S1A — 22 LADIES—Take neighborhood orders, I'm; S100 worth ot RS Apparel. Receive >>'M cii.sh phi* •?!(! in FRF.li MiL,e. No investment. No deliveries. For 1-RHE suirting kit and Dimples, write Realsllk, Inc.. (North), Box y,"i6, Indianapolis. Itul i q A ___ ij-j ^ .._ . ' WANTlib" — Experienced girls tor j PAI.NT1NU PLA.STl-lUlNi'i—Remov- telephone solii'ltiiiM Weekly sjl.tryl Iny wallpaper. Nn job loo small, plus bonus. Call 254-01US or 2i>!-01U_i. i Fnse estimates. -Itib-2ii52. 4B2-3B57. 34 — DUST IN DECORATING—Painting, Interior and exterior. Paper hanging and removal. Free estimates. Reasonable prices. 461H134. 34 — 7 "" 28 2-ROOM FURNISHED APT.—Utlli- ties furnished. 626 E. 5th. HO 5-2608. (i _ 22 2 ROOM—Redecorated. Utilities except cooking. 900 Washington, Alton. 554 259-34GO. 46 — TF' 2 ROOM EFFICIENCY — Downtown location, $60 month. Real Estate Exchange, 462-9797. 46 — 22 3 ROOM — Furnished apt., first floor, entirely private, adults only. HO 5-3712. 46 — 28 3 NICE largo furnished rooms In private homo. Utilities furnished Garage. ',_ block from bus. Reliable couple. Ohio Street, East Alton. 254-5122. .16 — 25 3 LARC1H ROOMS — Furnished. Wood River. Utilities paid. $13-50 weekly. .'•8>1-946S. 46 — TF ... 3 ROOM—All utilities. Off «trect park. Adults. Close In. 700 Alby. Wlnkler Apts. $76. 46 — 7-24 3 LARGE ROOMS — $15 weelky. Baby welcome. 1120 Wallace. Apt. No. 1. 46 _ 25 4 ROOMS — Nicely furnUhed, utilities paid, with garage, bus- line, close In — $20 w.ekly. 3 rooms, nicely furnished, ulllltle, paid, close In, $12.50 weekly. Dial HO 5-6965. 4(i — 27 BASEMENT APT. — HurnUhcd. shower. All utilities furnished. HO 2-M70. 1030 Union. 46 — 22 DOWNTOWN ALTON—3 lurge nlri-,. ly furnished rooms. Private buth, private untranco Mutt be .'.-en 5:18 307 Curroll St. •IB — 7/27 — EAST ALTON — 3-room furnished apt. Nice locution. HO 2-8SH.

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