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ALTON. TELEGRAPH Joe E. Lewis Heads SPCHP for Race Fans Bj CttAMteS NEW* YORK (AP)—in this era Of initialed organizations, large and small, comes now the SPCHP, the Society for the Prevention ot Cruelty to Horse Players No less a crusader that. Joe E. Lewis, the fun-loving nightclub comedian who frowns on anything that is illegal, immoral or fallen- ing, is listed as honorary president Crimson Satin In Gold Cup 1NGLKWOOD, Calif. (API- Crimson Satan, third leading active money winner in thoroughbred racing, and possibly a dozen other contenders are due to tangle in the $162,100 Hollywood Gold Cup Handicap Saturday. Entries were due today, 2- ahead of the usual closing. Other probable challenges in elude Dr. Kacy, Mr. Consistency, Aldershot, Olympiad King, Drill Site, Pirate Cove, Native Diver, Cadiz, Hardwars, Cadiz and Full Regalia. Crimson Satan, from the Detroit stable of Peter W. Salmon, was flown here 10 days ago for this one big money shot. The five year-old Satan would boost his lifetime earnings to 5785,922 if he won and move into second place in the dollar chase of horses now in action. First place in the Hollywood Gold Cup is worth $102,100. Only Kelso, at 51,307.037, and the filly, Cicada, $758,324, lead Crimson Satan at the moment. The Satan, to be ridden by Herb Hinojosa, will pack high weight of 125 pounds. He was a big winner behind Crozier at the Santa Anita meeting and is no stranger to Southern California fans. of the fledgling organization with a New York restauranteur, Van Mansbach. the working head. Caught on the short runway that lies between Aqueduct and Idlewild Airport in New York, Joe E. had this lugubrious comment as he waited to board a plane for Juare/., Mexico: "The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Horse Players is a great idea and long has boon justified by circumstances. But it doesn't have much chance." "The trouble with it," he con tinned, "is that horseplayers are dumber than horses. You can pro tect animals from each other am even from humans. You can't pro tect horseplayers. You can't stop them from going to the track They are the bravest of the brave They are braver even than Joht Wayne and Paul Newman." (Eds's Note: Wayne and New man, two film notables, are more famous for riding horses than bet ting on them.) Joe E. said he took a night club engagement in Juarez to get away from the "Big A", which he calls the Big Aggravation. The principal aims of the SPCHP arc to get a better ta> break for horse bettors, who nov pay more than $212 million a year into state treasuries but who have nobody to take their part when taxes are increased. Accord ing to Mansbach, nobody wil speak for them but a lot of people are always ready to speak against them. Joe E, agrees that betting should be taxed less, admission to the tracks should be cheaper the drinks at the bar should be reduced in price but not in size but he sadly points out: "It's up to the politicians and you kno\\ low they are. They'd like even more in taxes than they're get FULLY AUTOMATIC KELVINATOR PUSH BUTTON ILECTRIC CpOKING ONLY 30" WIDE—Installs Flush to Wall and Flush to Cabinets A NEW KIND OF TOP-BAKE HEAT 5tl- tor perfect baking and HUGE OVEN SUPERSPEED UNIT AUTOMATIC OVEN TIMER AND MINUTE MINDER i ipeah automatically KELVINATOR FREEZERS ling now. It's a cinch they are nol going to reduce the take." Joe E. estimates he has been to 50 American race tracks. Many years ago." he says. "' used to bet money before t ever had it. I'd bet all over the conn try from morning to night. Bn when the Kefauver tiling came along I stopped nil betting awa.s from the track. If I'm going to take the Fifth it won't be on i witness stand." BOWLING BOWL AKKNA Junior lUmling Boys Poston 195, Brown 180, Sweet ham 185, Fleming 179, Cox 172 Schimpt 167, Caskey 16G, McDon aid 162, Forrester 162, Henry 159 Junior Bowling Girls Stahlheber 135, Her 135, Bui ford 125, Redd 118. Tuesday Ladles Blcvins 173, 168, Kasting 1S4 (504); Laslie 184, 230 (553); Kogel 170, Miotf 186, 173 (508); Maze um 179, 169, Devine 180, Conlee 165, McCoy 198, 174 (517); Zeller 183. Tuesday Men Kogel 209, Fleming 205, Parish 202, Kutler 199, Johnston 199, Miller 196, Plager 192, Whitehead 190 Share 190, Jamison 182. Wed.Nlght Trio Athoff 126, 215, 211 (893); Smith 222, 216, Chambers 205, 201, Bosoluke 244, Martin 236, Walters 227 Eaton 222, Wilkins 222, McMillan 205, Willoughby 205. ACME 32 LANES Wed. Summer Mixed Women — Bazzell 165, Blackburn 157, Patterson 151, Muehleman 151, Foiles 167, Kelly 158, 156, Schwegel 158. Men — Drapei 200, Sniff 201. BOWL INN Wed. Mixed Ladies M. Brandt 177, 178 (518); Renken 202, Leimbach 192, Holt 170. Men Brenner 232. Sikes Seeks 3rd Straight Links Title SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP)—A catchcall assortment of upsetters fresh from wholesale disposal oi National Public Links medal leaders set their sights today on Dick Sikes, the young golfer who's try ing to win this tournament for the third straight year. A wave of upsets brushed the three top medalists and one of the fourth-placers out of match play competition in Wednesday's first and second rounds. But Sikes, who had qualified comfortably at one-under-par 7273—145, went four-under Wednesday for the mere 27 holes he needed to dispose of Dave Hellman, Waukegan, 111., 6 and 5 and Detroit's John Kurach 5 and 4. He lost only one hole. 'I stroked my putts a little better," said Sikes, a Springdale, Ark., golfer who plays out of Wichita, Kan., this summer. "Maybe it's me, but I think the greens are getting a little better." He faced rugged John Schlee of Memphis, Tenn., in today's third round. Schlee was seven under par for the 30 holes he needed to drub two foes. Sikes beat Schlee 2 and 1 in the Publinx semifinals two years ago and Schlee predicted that today's winner would have to go five under par. "You are durned right I've been waiting to play him," Schlee said with a laugh. The quarter-finals were set for this afternoon. Semifinals and finals over a 36-hole route at the 6,702 par 36-36—72 Haggin Oaks course are Friday and Saturday. Air Force Sgt. Clyde Snillin, a Honolulu native playing out of Everett, Wash., needed half again as many holes as Sikes to advance. He finally ousted 1962 runner-up Hung Soo Aim of Honolulu on the 2olh hole of a match that broke the tournament record for extra holes. A wedge shot to within two feet of the pin set up his winning birdie. Then Sniffin, 27, came back to Leroy Beasley of Mesquite, Tex., 3 and 2 in the afternoon. Beasley was the second low medal shooter, Dante Vicini of Ottawa, III., 49, h glass company worker, surprised third-high medalist Bud Bradley of Los Angeles 3 and 2 in the first round and made the round of 16 with a 5 and 4 victory over diet Latueiec of Minneapolis. Today, Vicini faces Brown Cullen Jr. of Louisville, In other third-round matches ami SEE CY Behte Vow fluy Weekend Voyage A pleasant 326-mile round trip voyage from Hie Alton Motorboat Club lo the Peoria Boat Club was made over the long holiday week end last week by a fleet of three cruisers. The skippers and crews included Mr. mid Mrs. Bill Lackey and son, Uuiiiiy, aboard their ship "Budget Buster;" Mr. and Mrs. John Olmstcad and sons, John and Dnvld, aboard their craft "Playboy 111"; and Mr. and Mrs. Ixitils Kurtwenglcr aboard their boat "Lube." "We left the Alton club as a fleet Wednesday evening and spent the night at an anchorage at mile 38 on the Illinois River," Furtwengler said. "We resumed our trip Thursday at about 9:30 a.m. and arrived in Peoria at 6 p.m. where we were treated with the finest hospitality." The fleet left the Peoria Club Saturday and anchored over night at Havana during the return voyage. The group arrived at their home harbor about 8 p.m Sunday. The only calamity during the trip was Furtwengler step- p i n g upon and crushing 01 m- stead's styrofoam ice chest which Furtwengler replaced. Gas stops were made at Naples and Havana each way. Caught Many Fish A recent week's vacation at Darling's Resort on the Lake of the Ozarks near Linn, Mo., convinced two couples the resort accommodations and" owner's hospitality was more than equal the fine fishing they enjoyed. T h e couples were Mr. and Mrs. Bill JErbe, 2615 Walnut St, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jenkins, Badley Avenue. "Alter we arrived, the owner look us as well as other guests around to various spots on the lake to show us the best fishing pots," Erbe said. "Then after we caught numerous fish, he cleaned them and delivered them o our cabin without any extra charge." The Erbes and the Jenkins caught well over a 100 perch, vhite bass, and catfish all on arti- Icial lures. They gave many of them away to less lucky anglers. Their largest fish was a 4Ms- pound catfish. The owner advised anglers that fishing is generally poor in July and August but will pick up in September for the fall. He says fishing vacations are better then. Missouri Deer Season Missouri has set its deer gun- hunting season from November 15 through Nov. 21, and the archery deer season will begin Oct. and end Dec. 15, as in recent years. Grafton sportsmen say tha often mere is good deer hunting in the bottomlands on the Missouri side of the Mississippi River. The open counties and detailed regula tions are yet to be announced. Fishing Survey Nearly everyone has talked to oldtimers who remember when fishing was much better. Yet the Illinois Natural History Survey at Urbana made surveys of fish in Champaign County first in 1899, second 30 years later, and thirc 60 years later with some unusual results. The biologists found thai, there were 74 different kinds of fish in the county and some of them were present in about the s.ime numbers and same places as they were 60 years ago. This is despite much draining and dredging reducing much of the county from a marshy prairie to well-drained farmland. It w a s found that the dredging altered stream courses and fish habitats and produced more uniformity in stream en vironment. It was also found that the information gained • in Champaign County can also be applied to other counties in Illinois. This i contrary to the old-timer's versions. Yet we firmly believe that wherever there is water pollution, and it is widespread in many river and streams, the fishing is much poorer now. Commercial fishermen have told us pollution has caused fislung to deteriorate beginning in the late 20's or early 30's. Fortunately, steps are now underway to correct water pollution both on a stale and nationwide level. The Milwaukee Braves lost eight straight games to southpaws this spring. involving Illinois entrants, Wayne Osborne of Oak Park meets Clyde E, Sniffin of Everett, Wash. Leonard Fiocca of Macomb takes on Jerry Yuke of Sacramento. LIKE TO SELL? SATISFYING CREATIVE POSITION WITH OLD ESTABLISHED LOCAL COMPANY. YOU'LL NEED AMBITION, AN EAGER OUTLOOK AND A FLAIR FOR CREATING. SELL YOURSELF IN WRITING FULLY TO BOX 870 c/o ALTON EVENING TgLpGRAPH Finger Grabs Chicago Title CRYSTAL LAKE, 111. (AP) Sherman Finger itl, 19-year-old former Evanston High School football quarterback, rules as the Chicago District Golf Association's junior champion. It's not a new title to the Southern California sophomore- just another gem in his crown that includes the CDGA 1959 Boys title and the 1961 CDOA Junior and Illinois Jaycee championships. Finger fired n closing one-un- dor-par 71 for a 54-hole total of 218. lo win his newest h o n o r Wednesday at the 6,450-yard Crystal Lake Country Club. Robert Zender of Skokie, a Pur due junior, was runner up with s 72 for 219, Third went to Billy Lee of Dolton with 73-222. Larry Furlong of Jolict took fourth with 78-226. Other finishers from out of the near-Chicago area included: BUly Rahling Waukegan, 228; Ron Pe terson, Joliet, 228; Mike O'Con nell, Cartilage, 229; Greg Pitzer, Waukegan, 230; Drue Johnson Paris, 231; Gregg Gilroy, Wauke gan, 233; John Bieber, Kankakee 235; Alan Bedrosian, Waukegan 236; Robert Beckmann Jr., Zion 242; Topper Owen, Peoria, 242; Robert Lehman, Fontana, Wis. 242; Dennis Daley, Zion, 244. Mongo Runs At Morunouth OCEANPORT, N.J. (AP)—Montpelier Farm's Mongo, packing top weight of 126 pounds, heads a probable field of 10 for Saturday' running of the 1% miles of the $100,000-added Morunouth Handicap at Monmouth Park. With 10 starters, the race will gross $112,300 with $72,995 going to the winner. Mongo, who earned his top weight through victories in the Bowie, Camden and Diamond State this year, will be ridden by Larry Gilligan. Fred Hooper's well - traveled Admiral's Voyage picks up second high weight of 123 pounds. The Admiral, narrowly beaten in the American Handicap July 4 at Hollywood Park, won the Carter this year and was runner-up in the Massachusetts Handicap. He'll be handled by Howard Grant. Georgetown U. Lands 6-11 Illinois Prep CHICAGO (AP)—Frank Hollendoner of Chicago's St. Patrick High School, at 6-feet-ll the state's tallest prep basketball player, will enroll in Septembei at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. it was an nounced Wednesday. The 240-pounder was named to every all star team last season In three years he averaged 30.5 points and 19 rebounds a game. His coach, Max Kurland, said more than 100 colleges soughi Hollendoner. MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Syracuse 6-5, Buffalo 5-8 Toronto 3, Columbus 1 Rochester 10, Indianapolis 1 Atlanta 7, Jacksonville 2 Arkansas 5, Richmond 2 Pacific Coast League Portland 5-4, Hawaii 0-6 (second game 10 innings) Dallas-Fort Worth 4, Tacoma 2 San Diego 7, Denver 3 Salt Lake City 15, Oklahoma City 6 Spokane 4, Seattle 3 (15 innings) FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PUESS MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) Tony Alongi, 206, Hollywood, Fla. knocked out Don Warner, 196 ; Philadelphia, 4. LfiOAt NOTICES LEGAL — 11 ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL — 11 MADISON COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE BOARD OF APPEALS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby slven that the above named Board of Appeals established under the Madisor County Zoning Ordinance, will hole a Public Hearing on the 26th day of July 1963. at the time and place be low noted for the purpose of hearing arguments for and/or against the following proposed changes In the above ordinance. At 2:15 P.M. on recommendation of State's Attorney and the Zoning Board of Appeals to determine al' relevant facts concerning the opera lion of Mile-O-Mo Club and the Tavern operation of Robert P. Noble in order to clarify definitions In relation to the Zoning Ordinance. The Hearing will be held at site of Mlle-0-Mo Club which is Southeasterly of Quatoga Bluffs Subdivision on McAdams Highway. Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals per Harry Taake, Chairman 8th clay of July 1863 LEGAL — 11 PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that In accordance with Article VI, Section 52 of (he Fish Code of Illinois, effective July 1, 11)63. the following waters are here by designated as a Fish r-reserve: All backwaters in Pool 25 of the Mississippi River In Sections 6 and 7, Township 11 South. R. 2W; and Sections 24, 25, 30, 31 and 3B; Township 10 South, R.2-3W; in Culhouu County, Namely, these water are known as Gllead Slough, Mud Slough, Sand Slough, Ground Hog Slough, Dlxon Slough and Slrator Pond. Until further notice, It shall be lawful to take fish from said waters by use of hook and line devices only during the duration of this proclamation. This notice Is published In accordance with Article VI. Section 62 of the Fish Code of Illinois, and hall become effective July 15. 1083. Dated this eighth day of July, 1863, at Springfield. Illinois. STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION William T. Lodge, Director ••* (SEAL) 4 ANNOUNCEMENTS PUBLIC NOTICE IS, HEREBY GIVEN that In accordance with Article VI, Section 52 of the Fish code of Illinois, effective July I, 1963. the following waters are hereby designated as n Fish preserve: All waters within the boundaries of the Batchtowii and Calhoun units of the Mark Twain National Wildlife Refuge In Calhouh and Jersey Counties, Illinois. Batchtown Unit — that portion of the refuge lying In Sections B, 7, 17, 18. 19. 20, 25. 30, 81 and 36; Township 11 South, R.2W, IN Calhoun County. Calhoun Unit — that portion of the refuge lying In Sections 24 and 25; Township 12 South: R.2W, and Sections 19, 30, 31, and 32; Township 12 South, R.lW, and Sections >, !>, 6, 8, fl, 10, IS and 16; Townshfp 13 South, R.1W; Calhoun County. Also .— that portion of the refuge lying in Sections 13, 14. 15, and 10, Township 8 North, R,!3Wj In Jersey County, Until further notice, It shall be lawful to take fish from said waters by use of hook and line devices only during the duration of this pro clamatlon. This notice Is published In ac cordalicc with Article VI, Section 51 of the Fish Code of Illinois, and snail become effective July IB, 1D63 Dated this eighth day of July, 1963 at Springfield, Illinois. STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF ' CONSERVA ION William T. Lodge, Director (SEAL) LEGAL — 11 NOTICE — Ffonvthls day forward, I will no longer he responsible for any dabts contracted by any one other thari thyself. Dated this llth day of July, 1983. Wm. Schllef Box 261 Brighton, til. 1 — 13 MADISON COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE BOARD OF APPEAL; NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice Is hereby given that the above named Board of Appeals, established under the Madison County Zoning Ordinance, will hold a Public Hearing on the 26th day of July 1963, at the time and place below noted for the purpose of hearing arguments for and/or against the following proposed amendments In the above ordinance. At 2:15 P.M. on the Initiation ol the Zoning Board of Appeals to add the following proposed amendment to the Madison County Zoning Ordinance. This amendment Is to be known as Article III (General Provisions) Section 15 of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance: "The producing, storing, drilling for, mining and removal of oil, gas, coal and other minerals and natural resources by drilling and underground mining methods and not by open cut or strip mining methods, and the storage, preparation, anc transportation thereof, shall be e permitted use In an Agriculture' District and a special use In al other districts after the effective date of this provision any surface equipment and any preparation plant hereafter located and/or erected shall be not less than 1,000 feet from any then existing dwelling not owned by such produce! and/or operator. A plat thereof shall be filed by such producer operator, and/or developer with the Zoning Administrator showing compliance herewith, prior to any opera Tlie Hearing will be held In the Board of Supervisor's Room In the basement of the Court House. Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals per Harry Taake, Chairman 9th day of July 1963 3 IN LOVING MEMORY 3 — 11 : ' . In loving memory of our dear mother, SARAH NAYLOR. who passed away July 11. 1962. In our hearts your memory lingers Sweetly tender, fond & true. There is not a day. clear mother, That we do not think of you. Sadly Missed by Naylor Children & Families. 3 — U In Loving Memory of DAISY PAGE, who passed away 1 year ago, July 11, 1962. , Your memory to us is a keepsake, From which we will never part, Though God has you in His keeping, We will always have you In our hearts. Some may forget you. Now that you are gone. But we shall remember you. No matter how long. Sadly Missed by Husband, Son & Family. 5 FUNERAL DIRECTORS FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGE MENTS—$5 & up.' Rexroat Flowers 466-3789. 2712 Godfrey Road. « MONUMENTS —CEM. LOTS 6—13 4 GRAVE SPACES — At Valhalla Memorial Park _ $400. DU 4-4012 7 PERSONALS ALCOHOLICS" ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5^1612. 7—13 JOIN — Beauty Service Budge Plan — Pay $10, receive $20 in beauty service at one of Alton s leading Beauty Salons. CL 4-0353 for details. 7 — 7-20— ; LICENSED DETECTIVE — Lena photography. W. E. Burt, 2008 Washington Ave.. Alton, 465-7350. TRY DIA'DAX TABLETS — (form erly Dex-A-Dlet). New name, same formula, only 98c. Honke Phar macy. 9 SOCIETIES and LODGES 9 a. FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 25 AF&AM —Special meeting, Thursday. JuU 11, 7 p.m. Work in second degree Visiting brethren welcome. Re freshments. Clarence J. Smith, W.M. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10 — 12 LOST — 10 week old male black and tan coon hound puppy. Glenn Strohbeck, 372-3116. 10 — 11 LOST — White purse In Wood River pool area. Reward. CL 4-7549. 10 — 11 STRAYED — 4 mo. old German Shepherd, black & tan with brown collar from Rosewood School. Dla CL 9-3203. TF NOTICES 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. ANNOUNCEMENTS II NOTICES — 12 NEED 'MOWING — And yard work. Ray Werts. CL 9-1166. BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 2 — is •" "T., )ILUX Carpet Shafripooir ON LOCATION - Dry Irt 2 hours--- RIDERS 11A WANTED — Ride to McDonnell aircraft Plant 101, 2nd shift, vicinity Henry Street. 465-7669. 11A — 12 110 2-2260, _____ DRIVEWAY AND VARD LBVEJj tNCI — Also weeds wur tractor rotary mower. WANTED — Ride to (McDonnell) Building 1. 8 to 4:30 shift from Upper Alton. HO 6-7836 after B p.m. EDUCATIONAL I'M tNsrnucnoNs 12A — TF Mon. thru Frl.- I. B. M, KEY PUNCH — Bui-rough, N.C.R. Bookkeeping Machine* ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF AUTOMATION (As Seen on TV) 6427 Hnmpton, 508 N. Grand CALL COLLECT FL 1-1197 or OL 2*5454 MOOvi^^^NETsERVlCH 32 PO$ER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED — SHARPENED ALL MAKES Authorized Torn Service . Complete stock Toro, Limn-Boy mowers, rldlns mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. 110 2-7328 32 — 7/12 EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE 17 — 16 WANTED — Fry cook, Apply Comet Drive-In. IB HELP WANTED — FEMALE 18 — 12 — BABYSITTER — 2 children, shifts. Apply nt 2804 Shady Place between 9 a.m. & 2 p.m. 18 — 13 BABY SITTER — Prefer middlenged lady for shift work * llpht house work. CL 4-0061. 18 — 11 FOUNTAIN. CASHIER, CURB — No phono calls, no student. Apply In person 11 til 2 or after 8 p.m Logan Dairy, Humbert Sc Beltllne 18 — 12 MATURE BABYSITTER — Hours 8 a.m.—5:30 p.m. $12 weekly. 10 mo old baby. Inquire after 5 at 270 Madison Ave,, Alton. 18 — 13 WANTED — Mlddleaged lady to help with elderly lady. Light house keeping & cooking. Write Box 940 care of Alton Telegraph. 18 — 12 WANTED — Baby sitter, age 30 to 50, Milton Area, phone 462-8253. 18 — 11 WANTED — Housekeeper and car. of 3 children. Straight days, Refer ences. 254-5619 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m 18—11 WOMAN — To care for man patient CL 4-8253. 19 HELP WTD.. Male * Female 19 — 12 » WANTED — Choir director. Elm St Presbyterian Church. Phone 462-5421 after 5 p.m. Call 462-2857 JBA SALESLADIES 19A — 13 —— HOUSEWIVES — Make Christina: $ $ early. Demonstrate nami brand toys at toy parties. Jub thru November. $10 per evening guaranteed. Absolutely no charg for sample cases. Nothing to de liver. TOY SHOPPERS. Tempi 7-9976, between 2 and 4 p.m. 19A — 12 LADIES FOR TELEPHONE SUR VEY WORK — Good pay, steadj work. Apply in, person 9-12 noon Leland Hotel, Edwardsvllle, ask for Mrs. Doland. SALESMEN 20 20 — 12 Looking for Opportunity? WE HAVE ITI if Proven high earnings •k Advancement it Professional training •A- Retirement program ' *• Company benefits Ph. CL 4-0729. 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m 21 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE 21 — 17 CARPENTER WORK — Painting repair work, custodian work. 14V years experience. CL 4-0474. 22 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE 22 — 8/5 — — BABY SITTERS' REGISTRY — Call HO 5-3101 for competent, de pendable. people to care for children or elderly shut-Ins, in your home. 22 — 11 GENERAL HOUSEWORK — Dla 4B2-0984. 22 12 IRONINGS WANTED — Free pick up & delivery. References. Dla HO 5-5949. 22 — 12 STAY NIGHTS — With lone lady 0 cnre fob I or 2 children of work Ing parents. References. $1 pe day plus transportation. 417 Pros pect St.. Alton, Box 358. 22—12 WANTED — Ironings — free pick up & delivery. Reasonable. Re ferences. 462-8083: FINANCIAL 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 23 — 13 FOR SALE — 2 story brick tavern fully equipped, gas heat, sleeping rooms upstairs occupied. For In formation 999-2551 or 401 W. 3rd St.. Mt. Olive, 'II. 2.') — FOR SALE OR LEASE — Wilshire Restaurant at Wilshire Shopping Center Drive-In and Dining Room Owner wants to sell for Health and other business interests. Call 259-6443 for appointment. 23 — U GOING BARBECUE BUSINESS — Walk out for $600. Call 466-1171. 23 — 12 HOMECOMING AND PICNIC Con cession equipment to make pronto pups — with trailer, for Information call HO 2-4145. 23 — 7/27 IF YOU CAN SELL, have $1,500 to Invest, want to earn $1,000 01 more pur mo. and cash awards & premiums to give attendants am dealers for selling; write box 790, care Alton Telegraph. Be sure to give your phone number Experleced Drl-Powr Distributor will Interview you regarding dls trlbution of Drl-Powr Automotive products. 23 — 12 MOTEL Se RESTAURANT — 12 modern units. Large living quart ers with attached contemporary restaurant. The excellent highway location In, the Granite City area provides ample space for future expansion. Price Is commensurate to income and terms will be ar ranged for a quallfleJ buyer. By owners. Contact Robert Douglas TRIangle 7-3606. 23 — 11 PARTNER WANTED — In heating and • air conditioning business. In vestment needed. Write Box 030 cure Telegraph. 23 — 13 SOFT CREAM DRIVE.IN... Rooming drive-in business , , Choice Alton Location. Big profit able return. Call for full partlcu lars $7,000 REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE 462-9797 23 — 16 TAVERN AND DINING ROOM Fully equipped with all now mod ern fixtures. License Included. Write Box U10 care of Alton Even- Ing Telegraph. PERSONAL SERVICE PHtifisiMAKINrnr. IAlLOHINCi ALTERATIONS — Dress making, zippers replaced, trouser pockets replaced, Mrs. O'Bryun. 462.3360. 30 — ALTERATIONS OF ALL KINDS Experienced, Rosulee Kaiser, 12 Central. HO 2-3642. 30 — 7/30 DRESSMAKING-Alterailoiu, panti cuffed. Reasonable. References, in my borne, CL ERSONAL SERVICE BUSINESS SERVICE __ occupants * - ,„ «.»... rot ' uHh « r 1 . information. T CALL 464-6283 * Or Evening* 4M-8880 * W******************* EE~ THESE BEAUTIFUL I, 2, 3, Bedrooms, (3 bedrdoms Include* "1,4 batlu), stove, refrigerator I ur n I s h e d. Most convenient. Shown dally. B3J Washington 4fl2-B832. 5 12 — • 7/12 - __LJ — 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. Con crete, flberglas, redwood. Round splash pools, Any price range. Fi nanclng. Chemicals & pool equip ment, DUOOER-BAILEY. Inc. DU 4-4602 CL 4-2860 32 — 15 32 — 15 —"—'"•' J TREE TRIMMINGS OR REMOVAL —Call 466-4072. 33 U'JILDINO - CONTRACTING 33 — 15 A-l CARPENTER REPAIRS — Ad dltlons, concrete porches, roofing alum, siding. Painting, reasonable 462-2901. 33 — 7/16 oa — // »u ———^——-^ BOB WOOD—Basement waterproor Ing and cement work of all kinds 466-2407. 33 — 8-12 CARPENTER WORK — Patch plas terlng, roof repair, plumbing work blocks laid and cement work. Als Interior and exterior pulntlng. Cn Charles Stormer. 466-1437. 33 — 16 OO — i \j — ••' •• • ' ' CARPENTER REPAIR, block lay Ing, concrete work, plumbing, ne~ homes, painting. HO 5-2436. 33 — 8/8 tJO — O/O — ~— CARPENTER WORK — Repairing remodeling, roofing, siding. No Jo too small. Estimates. 254-2303. 33 — 8/10 GUTTERING — Roofing, painting odd jobs, repairs. Reasonabl- Prompt service. 254-3649. DECORATING 3.1 — 8/12/63 . BEST"IN' DECORATING — Pain Ing Interior and exterior. Pape hanging and removal. Free est mates. Reasonable prices. 466-113' 34 — 12 DAVIS Sc BROWN - PAINT CON TRACTORS—Free estimates, wor guaranteed. Call CL 9-6504. 34 — 7/27 PAINTING, PLASTERING—Reinov Ing wallpaper. No job too small Free estimates. 466-2852, 462-965; 34 — 7/31 PLASTERING PAINTING.. Wallpaper .removing Work guaranteed. Free estimates Alton. East Alton. Wood River 254-8189. 36 FURNIVURE WORK 36 — 8/9 WINCHESTER'S CUSTOM RE-UP HOLSTERING — 132 E. Elm. PI 462-8235. 38 HOME BUILDING SERVICE 38 — 7/30 A-l CARPENTERS — Improvemen of homes, old or new. Siding, roo Ing, repairs, painting, etc, Fre estimates. HO 5-7991 or CL 9-619 40 STORAGE — MOVING 40 — 7-19 Free Estimate Call HO 2-82^ PRES BELCHER Agent For VON DER AHE VAN LINE World Wide Movers 1018 Elliott Ave.. Alton. 111. RENTALS 41 SLEEPING ROOMS 41 — 18 LEAN COOL MODERN — Sleepln room, for men, 900 Main, 462-865 41 — 8-9 ROOM — ,2 blocks from downtow Wood River. Private entrance. Dl 254-2366. 41 — 18 ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN — 1 desirable home. 1700 State, Di HO 2-8227. 41 — 11 SLEEPING ROOM — Nicely furnls ed, Henry St. location. 465-2995. « APARTMENTS — FLATS 45 — 13 1-5, 1-3 ROOM APTS — For ren Excellent locations. 254-3842 o 462-0955. 45 - TF 3 ROOMS—Upper Alton. Heat & w ter furnished. $45, Real Estate B change. 462-978". 45 — 12 3 LARGE ROOMS AND BATH • Unfurnished, upstairs, 530 E. 6t Call 259-2633 after 5. 45 — 11 3 LARGE ROOMS — With larg closets and bath, upstairs, wli range. HO 5-5602. 45,— 13 3 ROOM APARTMENT — Priva entrance, ^Exceptionally nice, DU 466-3776. 45 — 8/5/63 3 ROOM MODERN — Private en trance, heat and water furnlslie Adults, 465-7951 after 5. 45 — 11 ROOM — Unfurnished apt. fo rent. Private entrance, newly corated. CL 4-2664. 45 — 11 4 ROOMS — Upstairs. Heat an water. 518!*i Ridge. 465-2272. — 465-3644, 45 — 13 4 ROOM — Private entrance, ball heat, garage newly decoratec Adults. HO 5-5720. 45 — 17 4 ROOMS — Modern, attached ga rage, ground floor, yard. Close t school. Rosewood Heights. Dla 259-1995. 45 — 13 4- ROOMS—Alton. HWF. gas hea utilities furnished, $75, 201 E. 6t St. CL 4-7877, 45 — 13 4 ROOMS -- Upstairs, private en trance and tnth, newly decoratec 701 Madison, Wood River. / Dla CL 4-0990. 45 — 11 4 ROOMS AND BATH — Prlvat entrance, patio. Heat and wate furnished. Adults. Call 466-0519. 45 — 11 5 ROOMS — Private bath. Call — HO 2-9008. 48 — 11 5 ROOM APARTMENT — 3 larg bedrooms, living room has fire place, private bath, front and rea entrances, 2nd floor 4-apt building $85 per month, heat and water fur nlshed. 409 E, 8th. Apt, C. Cal HO 2-9903 for details. 49 — 12 ROOMS — Upstairs, 502 Ridge private entrance, heat, water $67.80. 465-5417, 45 AIR CONDITIONED 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments-New Low Rental. Display Apartment Open MRS, SHAKE, HO 5-5345 WASHINGTON MANOR COURT APT. 45 — U ALL MODERN — First floor room apt,, In Wood River. Dla CL 4-4772. 45 — 8/6/63 BEAUTIFUL—Unfurnished ^ room apt, Oarage, Alr-condltloned. Ex elusive location. KO 5-5426, 15 »— 17 EAST ALTON — McCasland Ave 3 room apt, gas heat, screened • li porch, private entrances. CL 4.0291 FOR RENT fr 3 rqonw, Inquire a 811 Humbolt Court. Alton, 111. [8 —r 16 40DERN —• 3 room, heat um wat«r. i«0, HO 5-3080 or HO 8.3M8 JPPER ALTON — 4 room upstairs RENTALS e _ _ TP --i ..... ' ..... '" ' " ' ' "'' ' '" WILSHIRE COLONIAL APTS Alr-condltlohed, apaoloua, 1 and 2 bedrooms, drnpes, ranae, refrigerator, disposal, .choice location. Yoder. CL 4-1)113. 8 PURNISHEDAPAnTMBNTa 8 ROOM EFFICIENCY - Private entrance. All modern. Located 1131 E. 5th. HO 6-1871. ROOM — Redecorated, large kitchen, 000 Washington, Alton. Adults, $12 weekly. 269-3480. ROOM — Furnished apartment, Apply nt (132 E, 6lh or Call HO 2-0017. M _ 13 . __ _- . — i- i ------ -.- .. j ROOM NICE — Clean furnished apt private bath & entrance, Dial 4ti«-2384. R .... fl.fl I I T — |-U__L ROOMS — Utilities furnished. $12 weekly. 302 B. 13th. > 8 FURNISHED ROOMS & BATH— Utilities furnished, clean. Adults only. 226 ClouldlliK, East Alton, 2" "ROOM FURNISHED APT, — All utilities pnld. Downtown location 'III!) E. 3rd or HO 2-B20D. 0 _ 13 2 ROOM FURNISHED APT. — Utlll- tics furnished. $8.50 weekly. Dial 462-9877. IB — 13 — 2 ROOMS AMD BATH — Small, bin extra nice; All utilities paid. 1320 A. n. 4th. 462-7(173. 40 — 12 — — 2 ROOMS FOR RENT — Private bath and entrance, close to Industries. Cull HO 2-4KI1 after 3 p.m. 40 — TF 2 ROOM—Nicely furnished npts. All utilities paid. HO 5-7331. 40 — TF — 2 ROOM EFFICIENCY — Downtown location, .$60 month. Peal Estate Exchange. 462-07B7. 40 _ 13 3 ROOM MODERN — Furnished basement apt., private bath tc entrance, reusonbale. CL 4-1480, 4B _ 12 3 ROOM FURNISHED BASEMENT APT. — Utilities furnished, .fBO monthly. 984 E. Penning, Wood River. 462-5180. 48 — 8 — 10 — 11 — 12 3 FURNISHED ROOMS & BATH — Adults only. HO 5-5986. 40 _ 12 3 OR 4 ROOM ULTRA MODERN APT. — Furnished. $32 weekly or $125 monthly. 405-2979. 4G _ 12 3 ROOMS — Clean, attractive, adults. Private entrance. Water furnished. $14 weekly. Wood River. CL 9-2845. 40 _ 12 4 ROOMS FURNISHED — All Utilities included. $60 month. 302 S. Main at Korreck, Wood River. 46 _ 18 ********************** * * * 4 ROOMS — Furnished, ground * * floor, private entrance, all •* * utilities. Elm St., North Alton. *• * HO 2-8692 after 5:30 p.m. * * * ********************** 40 ._ ]3 ' BETHALTO — 3 rooms, very clean. Private entrance tc bath, heat & water furnished. CL 9-1305. 46 — 13 — FERGUSON AVE. — 3 room, bath. and garage. References. CL 4-4500. 46 — 16 FURNISHED — 3 room' apartment. modern. 707 Henry, Alton. 46 — 16 FURNISHED — 2 room apt. 1 up and 1 down. Children welcome. $55. HO 2-2994. 46 — 12 . MODERN APTS. FOR RENT — Reasonable. 1312 Russell St. Dial HO 2-3702. 40 _ 12 ; MIDDLETOWN Very convenient location. 3-^Xoom and brith upstairs furnisher* apt. Ideal for couple or single person. Private entrance. Water .-furnished. Immediate possession. $(5!.50 per month. Dial HO 5-8621..';= CLEM NOLL AGENCY 46 — 13 MODERN 4 ROOM FURNISHED APT. — Alr-condltloned, S75. Please call al 630 Lorena, Wood River. CL 4-5535. 40 — 8-2 MOTEL APARTMENTS TV. telephone. Alr-condltloned. By day or week. Near Industries. Hartford. CL 4-6224. 46 — 13 NORTH ALTON — Furnished apt. Air conditioned. Gas heat. Private entrance. Adults. $80 month. HO 5-8395. 46 — 13 PARTIALLY FURNISHED — 4 rooms and bath. Adults preferred. CL 4-9912. iioti.SHS run REN» 47 — 13 3 ROOM HOUSE — Unfurnished, newly decorated. Llohts and water furnished, $40 month. Adults only, 331 Gonldlns, Eiut Alton. CL 4-3004. 47 — 16 3 ROOMS AND OATH — Newly decorated, utilities furnished. Adults only. 226 Colliding, East Alton. . •' 47 — 11 >. 3 ROOM DUPLEX — MlddlfltOWH area. IIWF. tiled kitchen and bath, built-in cabinets, Venetian blinds, garage. 110 2-0884. 47 — 15 — 4 ROOM DUPLEX — East Alton. Water furnished. $55. After 5 Dial CL -1-4493. 47 — 13 —— 4 ROOM MODERN COTTAGE — Near Lochhaven Country Club, Call Granite City, TRlanglo 0-4200, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m, 47 — 16 — 4 ROOM MODERN HOUSE — In Godfrey. Oil furnace, garage, adults only. 466-3480. 47 — 13 -—_ 0 ROOM BRICK - Basement, 2 bath. Upper Alton. S135 per month. Call after 5, HO.5-1520. 47—11 • 8 ROOM — 2 story frame In Upper Alton, Can be used as 2 apts, Also Ideal for man & wife to rent rooms. Rent per mo $90.00. '•3 ROOM APT. — Furnished. In Mlddletown. Rent per mo $00.00. 1-2 ROOM ABASEMENT APT. — ' Rent per TRENTSCH REAL ESTATE Realtor Ph. HO B-2330 Evenings HO 2-1450, CL 8-1183 BETHALTO — 4 rooms, bath, oil ^er, $55 monthly, 800 Longfellow. U J'lSUo, * 47 — 12 . - __ _ ______ FOR RENT OR SALE — a bedroom frame, newly redecorated, with RENT OR SALE — room RENT OR SALE — 0 room 6 ' W Slate st ' L * r » e picnic area, HO 2-8782. Mini , rqom m °dern house. Michael Drive, alr-condltloned. g room and 3 bedrooms, 90S 17 — 'VP"" 1 - Phone 488.7748. P* RENT " In ^iMtlton. 17 — ' U '-^— -——_——____—4 ROOM llQUSE-Nlce child jinall _ m:^^™^ heat.

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