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ALltJN f li V Pros Buy Game in a Golf Shop' JL • This is the last of a two-part series on Chick Evans' look at » golf from the vantage point of his 73'years. By OttAttLKS CHAMBERLAIN ~ Associated tress Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP)-lf today's big name golf pros were thrown back to the conditions of 40 or 50 years .ago, they would be slaughtered by Ule players of that era. That's the firm belief of Chick Evans, a tournament competitor who-can shoot his age—73. "Take your Arnold Palmer, Jack Nlcklaus, Gary Player, Tony Leitia and the rest of thetrMheylsliot come off yourself ill the o all buy shops," their game says Chick, m the golf (days. boy wonder of golf and perennial amateur. "Back In the old days when you were playing with seven or eight clubs, you had to develop skill— you had to have a sense of touch. "Golfers of today have clubs for every situation. for them. The The clubs real skill work isn't there. If you Use a club properly, the shot will come off the way you want. You had to make the Lindy Saves Again Becoming Cliche CHICAGO (AP)-Lindy McDan lei did it again.. The Chicago Cubs' ace reli pitcher answered the alarm in th ninth inning Thursday after Jo Torre had. opened with a singl He madejGene Oliver ground inl a double play and Dents Menk also ground out It preserved victory No. H fo Larry Jackson as the second place Cubs edged the Milwauke Braves, 3-2. The Braves nicked Jackson fo their two runs in the second inning. The Cubs went ahead wit three in the sixth. Billy William walked and scored on Ron Santo triple. Ken Hubbs doubled ant Andre Rodgers singled home th third run. In the meantime, Jackson locke up with Tony Cloninger in a tigh pitching duel for six innings. Jackson was the first to con gratulate McDaniel at the finish The Cubs have won five of the! U. S. Track Team Expects ig Victory By JIM BECKER MOSCOW (AP) - With their bridges across the Moscow River burned behind them, the American track and field team advances on giant Lenin Stadium Saturday and Sunday aiming for its greatest victory in the series against the Soviet squad. The coach, Payton Jordan of Stanford, and the athletes themselves, have systematically demolished any excuses they might need after the meet. "No injuries, no ailments," said Jordan. "We are ready to roll. And this team is so powerful it scares me sometimes." The athletes are oozing confidence. Broad jumper Ralph Boston is an example. The Tennessee State long leaper flatly predicts that both he and Darrell Horn of Pilot Rock, Ore., will trim the Soviet world record holder Igor Ter- ovanesyan. Jim Beatty, the Los Angeles distance star who reinjured his right leg Wednesday and feared he couldn't run, appears ready in the 1,500. "I didn't come all this way to watch," he said. Officially the meets are segregated by sexes. The American men have always won, as have the Soviet girls. Last year, at Palo Alto, the men's score \vas 128-107—highest U.S. point total to date—and the women's 66-41, with the Soviets ahead. A crowd of 100,000 is expected at Lenin Stadium both days. last seven games and Lindy has been credited with saves in all five. For the season, the 27-year- old Oklahoman now has 15 saves and 5 victories in 33 appearances. The Cubs hit the road today for a four-game weekend series in Pittsburgh. In the night opener, Dick Ellsworth (13-6) will face Bob Friend (10-8). The White Sox, idle Thursday, will open a four-game home stand tonight against the Boston Red Sox. Gary Peters, who has won three games in the last two weeks to pad his record to 7-5, will tangle with Boston's Earl Wilson (8-8). Mongo Runs At Aqueduct By JOHN CHANDLER Associated Press Sports Writer Another large field is expected or the 5100,000-added Hollywood Juvenile Championship Saturday at Hollywood Park, and the management may have to split the -year-old event into two divi- ions again as in 1962. The Juvenile, at six furlongs, nd the $100,000-added Brooklyn Handicap at Aqueduct are the major stakes on the Saturday rogram. A year ago when 22 were en- red for the Hollywood Juvenile, was split into two sections, ach worth $75,000-added. They rossed $102,100 each, and J. K. xmssels, Nevada hotel man, col- cted $138,200. His Colts, Y Flash and Noti, each earned $69,100 by aking both' sections. -^ There are 15 probable, and four wssible starters Saturday,' includ- ng Greentree Stable's Malicious, Clark and RadkovichUs Wil Rad, uisun Stable's NevaHa Bin, and Harbor View Farm's Count Bud, an invader from New York. Malicious beat Nevada Bin in he second division of the Howard 'takes last week, after Close By ook the opening section. Montpeller Farm's Mongo, up- et. by Decidedly last Saturday in he Monmouth Handicap, heads a eld of eight or 10 expected for he 1%-mile Brooklyn. Mongo cares 126 pounds as he seeks his ourth stakes victory of the year. ilrs. J. D. Alexander's Saidam, unner-up to Kelso in the Subur- an July 4, has 112, the same as reentree Stable's Cyrano, who on the Metropolitan May 30. arbor View Farm's Garwol, sec- nd behind Beau Purple hi the 962 Brooklyn, goes with 111. TRI-CITY SPEEDWAY Granite City, III, Stock Car Race* EVERY SAT. NIGHT the former "Give the young bucks of toda, * ""' eight clubs afid put them in th era of such English pros as tei Ray. J.H. Taylor, Harry Vardon Jack White and Jimmy Braid, o such amateurs as John Ball an Harold Hilton. They would b slaughtered. "i don't mean to take anythiti away from the modern crop, Chick continued in an interview "Palmer, for instance, has as much knowledge of shots as one, but his sense of touch can compare with top players in th World War I time. Palmer is ou there free-wheeling his shots 10 miles on courses so well man! cured that you can even play th way tho ball bounces. "I claim the tournament pro. of today buy their game in th golf shop. They can go in and bu a tee. In the old days we had t make one out of a pinch of sane They can buy an electronic bal We had a gutta-percha thing are most of them weren't even rea round. "They walk up to driving tee that are as big and well-kept a our greens used to be. We had little raised place about 5 fee by 15 feet. "They drive down fairways tha look like your front lawn, and their drives land a yard apart the balls wind up 15 feet apart after rolling. The fairways we ha were spotted with hard patche and uneven grass. Two balls lane ing a yard apart would wind uj 60 feet apart. "If they get tiff the fairways they have a rough that looks Ilk a crew haircut compared to those of the old days. Up to 1922, there never was a course you would dare to get off the fairways or you would have grass and weeds up to your knees. "If they hit to the velvet greens MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Columbus 10, Arkansas 9 Atlanta 4-4, Buffalo 1-5 Indianapolis 6, Jacksonville 2 Toronto 5, Rochester 2 Richmond 4, Syracuse 1 Pacific Coast Leagwe San Diego 3, Oklahoma City 0 Salt Lake 1-0, Seattle 0-1 Portland 17, Tacoma 5 Spokane 5-4, Dallas-Fort Worth -3 Only games scheduled TRI-CITY SPEEDWAY STOCK CAR RACES • EVERY SATURDAY NITE • TIME TRIALS 7:30 RACES 8i3Q ADMISSION Adults Chlldrtn (6 to 12) $1,25 50c ROUTE 3—4 MILES N, GRANITE CITY they can go right for the flag with those wedges that stick ball like a bug on flypaper. We had to flatten or cup our niblick blades to control loft and backspin. "They can come into a green from any direction. We had to come in from the front or we didn't come in at all—there was too much trouble on all the other sides, like stands of timber, ravines, and Jungle. "What I hate to see most of all is how_ golf has gone in England," said Chick, wistfully. "It has gone down the drain to where the British Open is a peanut tournament." Britain Will Investigate Dope Rumor LONDON (AP)—British racing authorities vestigation called today a top-level in- of sensational charges that Relko, the stroll- home winner of the English Derby, was given a powerful booster dope. Racing sources said the inquiry will be staged in London next Wednesday and that Relko's French trainer, Francois Mathet, has agreed to attend. The Jockey Club, blue-blooded dictators of the British turf, refused any comment on the affair. This was taken by The Sporting Life, Britain's leading turf daily, as tacit admission that Relko was pepped up. The paper added: "The effrontery of the dopers now has reached its ultimate zenith: they have been able to get at the Derby winner." Relko, rated the best 3-year-old in Europe, walked off with the Epsom Derby May 29 by a long six lengths. Exactly a month later he went to the gate in the $140,000 dollars Irish Derby at The Curragh as the 2-1 favorite. Seconds before the start of the race he was found to be lame and was withdrawn. In both cases saliva swabs were taken for analysis to detect any doping. SPECIAL ATTRACTION THIS SATURDAY NIGHT! Tommy Andrewt from Atlanta, Q^orgUh will do » rlp'Pord jump from 6,Q0Q fe«t> *aU * f OQQ opey Ml cbute W»d tm* in wont Gene "Dynamite" Beetle from Chattanooga, Tenn., will attempt to blow up a homemade caaket with lilmwu to it, with * Btlcta of dynamite! STOP WISHING.. START DRIVING! Got A "pocketful of dreams" about » newer car but laok t|ie ready oaah to match? Look Into a low cost Auto Loan from us. Action will be fait I Convenient ter rail H10MS HO 3-0314 OR StUfi KENNEY KLOOB MIDSTATES FINANCE CO. 8U Ridge, near Broadway McKinley Slips Past Newman FOREST, ill. (AP)«. girl who learned tennis front he father, and another who picked up in public parks square off day in the semifinals of the Ma lional Clay Court tournament, Nancy Richey, 20, of Dallas wa tutored for 12 years by her pro fessional father, George, Sh reached the semifinals Thursday with an ii-9, 64 victory over defending champion Donna Floy Pales of New York. Judy Alvarez, 20 * year • ol Tampa, Fla., University physical education major who took up tennis in public parks five years ago after starring as a softball pitcl er, upset America's No. 1 ace Darlene Hard of Los Angeles 8-6, 6-2. In Friday's meri's semifinals defending champion and Wimbl don king, Chuck McKlnley, mee unseeded Herbert Fitzgibbon, 21 year-old Princeton student from Garden City, N.Y. McKinley moved up by down- Ing his Trinity University (Texas teammate, Butch Newman, 5-7 7-5, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 In a two-hour, 9 minute marathon. "Fitzgibbon defeated Cliff Buch holz of St. Louis, 3-6, 6-0, 6-4, 7-5 Auroran Found Shot, Suicide Suspected AURORA, 111. (AP) — A soft water company serviceman founc the body of Bertram P. Burke 32, city treasurer of Aurora for years, shot to death in the basement of Burkel's home Thursday Burkel apparently shot himself n the right temple with a 32-cali her pistol found in his right hand K)lice said. Burkel's wife, Alma, whose >irthday was Thursday, was visit ng a daughter. Finance Commissioner Charles Kobelenz said Burkel had been ired and overworked. Burkel became a city employe n 1926. He was deputy treasurer rom 1941 to 1953, when he was appointed- treasurer. SPORT5MAHS RIG A HOOK ON A PLASTIC FLOAT ~ FLOAT ATTACH TREBLE HOOK-* TO RING TIE LEADER _ THROUGH HOLE IN PEG'S TOP. ATTACH A SPLIT RINQ THROUGH LOWER HOLE -4'TO *' LINE -^ V GRASSHOPPER, TO ROD PLY OR BAIT FlSH SOMETIMES STRIKE THE SMALL PLASTIC BALL FLOAT* USED IN SPIN PISHING WITH A fLY OR BAIT, INSTEAD OF THE LURE. IT ISN'T KNOWN WHY BUT PERHAPS THEY THINK IT'S A FLOATING BUBBLE. IF YOU HAVE A HOOK ATTACHED TO THE BUBBLE FLOAT, YOU AW HOOK SOME OF THOSE PISH THAT HAVE BEEN 16HORINS YOUR FLY OR BAIT. SPORTSMAN'S' PIGESP rp WALLEYE TROLLING WAULEYE (ALSO KNOWN AS PIKS PERCH, JACK SALMON, ETC.) iO I B.TEST-x WVIVBL--* "Tv/0 LARfiB NISHTCRAWLERS ON A SIZE 6 HOOK? RIQQBD AS ABOVE--A FAVORITE RIG OF MINE IN TROLLING FOR WALLEYES. EITHER A "JUNE BUG" OR INtXANA SPINNBR WILL DO. SLOWLY TROLL COVES EARLY IN THE MORNING, THBN TROLL DEEP, ROCKY OR GRAVELLED AH64S AS THE DAY PASSES. Favorites Pttit In Harness Race VVESTBUtti?, RV. (Af»)~Ff«tf1 the way virtually every otie talks around ftoosevelt Raceway o gets the impression Su Mac Lad is a shoo-in to win the $56,000 Roosevelt International trot Sat urday night. While harness racing's all-time money winner and 1962 Morse of The Yeat does rate the favorite's role if) this prestige race of the sulky set* old Sumle has to go out on the track and actually win before there is a payoff. And, In case'you've forgotten, only one favorite has won in the four previous Internationals, That was Sumle himself two years ago when he just lasted by a hose over the fast-closing French mare, Kraeovie. A year ago Su Mac Lad again was favored, but lost by a neck as Tie Silk of Canada rushed up the middle of the stretch and got up in the last stride. The 1960 favorite, Silver Song, of the United States, finished third to Halros II of The Netherlands. And in the first International four years ago Trader Horn of the United States went off odds-on at 4-5, but was third to Jamln of France. A crowd of 50,000 Is expected to make Su Mac Lad, to be driven as usual by Stanley Dancer, the even-money choice in the field of seven by post time at 9:10 p.m. EST. v ANNOUNCEMENTS LOVING MEMQRV if MRS. LMA ...... --. ied y 19.1. Tomorrow perhaps, iomeone say, _Hotv much you did for ui today. Or ne*t week, take the tlm* to tei , ^ Mow many things you did to wftit. £uj hopin* that she understood,, HOW much we depended upon hef btlsy hands. Molt of us, leave It for h«r to discover, Mow A. forever, how. much w« issA loved her. . . sadb> MissSd 6y. Husband, Daughters, & Family. a — . 19 m LoviNd MfeMoRY of Merman E. Maynard, who eassed away ten year* ago, July 19,1953. , . we often lit and think of him, when wa ate alone, for memory Is the only friend that grief can call- it's own. Like, ivy en the .withered oak, when an other things decay. Our love for him will stltl be green and never fada away, Sadly missed by, Mis Wife, Daughter and Grand daughter Meda Maynard, Mll< dred and Meda Ann Davis. I MONUMENTS —CEM, LOTS ' 8 _ 20 . - '- M..--I - ...•.--in i-.i..,...n.,i 4 GRAVE LOT—Roselawn Memory Gardens, 1325. 289*1286. PERSONALS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Mela for the problem drinkers. Men and women, HO B-iela, . . ' — 7-20 ICENSED DETECTIVE — photography, W, E. BUrt, Washington Ave., Alton, 465' » — 7/28/63 TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (form erly Dex-A-Diet). New name, same formula,' only B8c. Honke Phar macy, • • .• . .? '•,'.'•. . •• 8 RUMMAOB * PASTRY SALES g — 1 1 ; _ COOKING APPLES — Dalton Or chard. Bring containers, Terry Drive. 466-0180. 8—19 RUMMAGE SALE—Bake sale, 1714 'Washington Ave. 8:30 a.m. Sat,, July 20, 1st General Baptist Church, Meadowbrook. SOCIETIES and LODGES Monarch butterflies descend on Pacific Grove, Calif., in late October. ' ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES Legal — 29 26 Aug. 2-'63 NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, ROBERT LEE STATEN will present his Petition to the CIRCUIT Court of Madison County, Illinois, on the second Monday n September, 1963, which said second "Monday of September, 1963, Is he 9th day of September, 1963, and s the Return Day herein, praying or an order of said Court authorlz- ng and directing them to assume and hereafter be known and called by the name of ROBERT LEE GRAY, respectively, when and where you can appear and show cause, If any there be, why the prayer of said Petition should not e granted, Said Petition Is now on file In the office of the Clerk of said Court being case Law No. 63-L-477. ROBERT LEE STATEN, Petitioner By: GEORGE M. BERRY. Attorney for Petitioner EGAL — 19 — 26 — Aug. 2 NOTICE OF SALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS f/OOD RIVER SAVINGS AND ASSOCIATION, A Building 9 _ 20 ' . ALTON-WOOD RIVER Sportsmen Club and Duck-and Goose Hunters Association..of Illinois are calling a special joint meeting of all members at the club house on Godfrey Road, Monday, July 22, to discuss a special Fall activity. MEL RUSHING, President 9 — 20 • ' • MEDICAL tsperwmeeo^s ea, /\ppiy mia. *•». uiuwn.^^twm.",- stwtlve Assistant Alton Memorial. MO 8-4411. 18 -20 MJbbLE-AOE LADY ^ Cafe for 3 chndriSfl. MB« «sy. ct 4-8878. 18 — 23 TWC^-Llcensed practical aurses «hd one part time licensed practical hur»e for 9-tnonlh academic v«e>. write Montleeilo College, Godfrey, 111., or call 466-3755. 18 ••••* 20" - r-r-- '• '• •-' ' ; ' ' '" WANTED — Babysitter. 465-1243. WANTED —/Babysitter wanted to stay in my home. References, ^88-4933. '28. WANfEB—Carhop*, waitress*!. Afr ply Riverside Drive-in or sunshine coffee Shop. 18 .f. 22 WANTED—Lady .to llvp rt Vlth Aa care for slderly lady. HO B-6330. Ith.ahd ANB 9f BAM f ABLE — Neat, courteous, permanfttt position. 4sSo to 8:30 and some day work, call HO 2-8038 for appointment. • . .... ItA SALESLADIES TOY"DEMoliSTRATpRS '-""Show the finest toys, books andI Barnes at toy parties. We have discount Brlcw on many of the items we carry. See the BEST, See TOY CHEST. Write BOX 1070 care of Alton Telegraph. ___ 1 __^_ i _ - . SALESMEN N 50 m 10 i • - ••- • i . • " i DO NOT READ THISI (Unless you are willing to work) our company Is desirous of placing a local man "to represent us In Madison County. Must have past sales experience. Starting pay, $125 weekly. Hospltallzatlon, Insurance, retirement plan & company profit-sharing plan. All this If ou can qualify. Phone 284-0729. y _.. 8:30-10 a.m. 20 22 EXPANDING MUSIC COMPANY wants recent high school graduate with Instrumental muslo training. Must be ambitious, neat appear ing and enjoy meeting P e °P} 8 ' Send details to Box 1090, care Telegraph, 20 — 20 FRANKLIN L6DGE No. 28 AF & AM — Open Installation of officers. Saturday evening July 20th, 8 p.m. For members, their families & friends, Clarence J. Smith, W.M. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10 — 20 : LOST—White collie with black spots. Broadway area, 463-9628. 10 — 20 and Loan Association, organized under the Laws. of the State of llinols. Plaintiff vs. ROBERT E. COLYER and CAROL LEE COL- 'ER, his wife, and ROHLAND F. 'RUETZEL and MARY ANN PRUETZEL, his wife, Chancery No; 3-C-255 PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That in pursuance to a Decree -made and entered In the above, entitled cause on the 15th day of July. A.D. 1963,. I. HARRY R. MONDHINK, Master-In-Chancery of the Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois, will on FRIDAY, UGUST 16TH, 1963, at 10:00 A.M., n the forenoon, at the EAST FRONT DOOR OF THE.COUNTY COURTHOUSE, in the City of Edwardsville, Cuunty of Madison,, tate of Illinois, sell to the highest nd best bidder for cash, the fol- owing described premises and real state in said Decree mentioned; stuated In the County of Madison nd State of Illinois, to-wlt: A portion of Tract Number Forty-eight (48) In GLENDALE GARDENS, a Subdivision of part of the East One-half (Ei/i) of the Southwest Quarter (SW>4) of Section Twenty-three (23) and part of the East One- half (EV4) of the Northwest Quarter (NWV4) of Section Twenty-six (26) Township Five (5) North, Range Nine (9) West of the Third Principal Meridian, as the same appears from Plat thereof recorded In Plat Book Sixteen (16) Page Fifty (50) of the Recorder's Office of Madison County, Illinois, and more particularly described as follows: Starting at the Southwest (SW) corner of said Lot. Forty-eight (48); thence North on the West line of said Lot 75 feet to a point; thence East parallel with the Southerly line of said Lot to a point on the East line of said Lot and which point Is 75 feet North of the Southeast (SE) corner of said Lot; thence South 75 feet on the East boundary line of said Lot to the Southeast (SE) corner of said Lot; thence Westerly along the South line of said lot 150 feet to the point of beginning; situate In the County of Madison and State of •Illinois. Upon payment of the purchase money and confirmation of the eport of Sale herein by said Ircult Court, a Certificate of urchase will be given by the said taster-in-Chancery, which will en- tie the purchaser, his heirs or as- gns, to a Deed at the expiration f the statutory time from date of ale, unless there shall be redemp- on according to law. DATED THIS 18th day of July, . D. 1963. HARRY R. MONDHINK MASTER-IN-CHANCERY OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS Francis J. Manning 252 East Ferguson Wood River, Illinois Attorney for Plaintiff FOUND—Male Black Labrador retriever wearing silver tag. Route 1, BethaltO. Call DU 4-9839. 10 — 19 FOUND—Female blond pure bred Cocker Spaniel on West Elm St., Sunday. Owner please call HO 5-5718. 10 — 20 LOST—Brown paper sack, contain' Ing blue web strap needed for orthodontia. HO 2-6644. 10 — 19 •. LOST—Near Brighton, brown boxer, collar, named "Toble." HO 2-6460. FURNITURE STORE — Needs ex perlenced salesman and general as. slstant. Write stating qualifies^ tlons, age. experience to Box 990 In care Alton Evening Telegraph. 2o 20 ______——— LEADSI LEADS!" LEADS! Large correspondence School needs experienced salesman to close qualified leads. Excellent commissions, liberal overwrite, bonus. Expandable territory. Wide-openi op. pSrtuntty to earn $10,000-S18,000. Answer only If you have had successful experience selling intangibles or books. Box 1030, care Alton Telegraph. 20 19 _—————— PART TIME MEN 12.25 an hour. 3 evenings. K da; Saturday. 21 or over. Call 465-287f 20 — 19 »y '9. SALESMAN WANTED Selling America's No. 3 & <car Pontlac & Bulck. We are only in terested In Interviewing men wh are Interested In working. No ex perlence necessary. Marty Harr a Herr Pontlac-Bulck, Wood Rive for appointment. 254-3861. 20 — TF uuciniwu A^nuiiui j » *-* * " ttm plant, located in Alton area-wii p«« time management I* , $18.000 a year -A«o.»W *'&""$ -a write BOX 970. eara^ of Alto Teiegt»pH. 23 *••, SKAf ER'8 PARABI9B -f J Illinois. JW detail* call house. 8 aerei ef «rauBd. Lari frontage dn, fteW city l*J*. L°«A« on school bui rout* 16 parochia and public. PERSONAL SERVICE M DRESdMAKINO-^AILOHlNO" 30_ —. 7/30 cuffed. Reasonable. References. I my home. CL 4-4034. LAUNDERING II . _ _ FAMILY 7 IRONINGS WANTfiB And men« bundles, reaionabia, BUSINESS SERVICE St BUS! ANNOUNCEMENTS .— JSO CARPENTER — Home Improve mem of any kind. Free aitlmate Call CL 4-1708 or HO 8-7818. \_,un \>LJ •»• CHURCH'S FURNITURE REPAIRING—REFINISHING TV, Appliances serviced. 18 year experience. CL 9-9329, 32 — 22 GENERAL REPAIR JfclNtKAL. nui-ftin. r- «""£• plumbing,. painting. No Job small. Call 284-8662, to An j r| PARTS - ___ - — --& SERVICE - Washln h MIDDLECOFF'S FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVER CLEANER SERVICE 32 — 8-19-63 POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED — SHARPENED Authorized Toro Service Complete stock Toro, Lawn-Boy mowers, riding mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3528 College, HO 2-7326 32 — 7-26 SWIMMING POOLS Do it yourself kits, or Installed. Con crete, flberglas, redwood. Roun splash pools. Any price range. F nanclng. Chemicals fc pool equl n ment, DUGGER-BAILEY, Inc. DU 4-4662 CL 4-2860 S3 BUILDING — CONTRACTING 33 23 A-l CARPENTER REPAIRS — Ad dltlons, roofing, tile, blocks, pate plastering, painting. Reasonable 462-2901. 33 8-20 BOB WOOD—Basement waterproo Ing and cement work of all kind 466-2407. 33 — 24 NOTICES CARD OF THANKS — 19 HARLES ASH—We wish to thank all those who called at Gent's Funeral Home, and the many friends aid relatives whose kind services were so helpful, Rev. Prlvett, Gents, and pallbearers. Wife and Daughter, — 19 4RS. LESS1E E. NORTON — We wish to express our Krateful ap- preclatlon to all our friends & neighbors (or the many expressions of sympathy at the death of our mother, sister & aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Wood*, Mr. Russell Mouser. Mr. ana Mrs, Wm. Hawkins 11 FOR T 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 8A.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. U _ 8-15- SALEMAN WANTED — New an used cars. No experience nece sary. Age 25-35. See Ed Black Trotter Motor Co., Wood Rive CL 4-3811. 20 — 20 — SALESMAN—To sell the beautlfu uncomparable Muntz TV. Apply Re liable Radio Service, 2641 Eas Broadway, Alton. 20 — 20 $90 PER WEEK—Need 2 men 18-21 High school 259-8741. education required 21 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE CARPENTER WORK — Painting repair work, custodian work. 14»4 years experience. CL 4-0474. 21 — 20 X-GI—Desiring to return to SIU thl fall needs employment now an part time employment during schoo year. Phone 465-8189. 22 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE 00 _ 3/5 • BABY SITTERS' REGISTRY Call HO 5-3101 for competent, de pendable people to care for chll dren or elderly shut-ins, In you home. 22 — 19 IRONINGS DONE — In my home CL 4-4137. 22 — 19 WILL CARE FOR CHILD—By wee or part-time. CL 4-9876. 22 — 22 WILL CARE For children. 465-4015 22 — 22 WILL DO TYPING — In my home DU 4-4012. 22 — 21 WOMAN—Will care for slok,' elderl and mothers with babies. Dla HO 2-9175. FINANCIAL 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 23 — 22 — BUCK'S GRILL FOR SALE — mile east of Hardln River Bridge on Rte. 16 & 100. Well established & growing business, Has booths tables & stools. Good restauran equipment with 2 new -alr-condl tloners, contact L. Adamson, ' a above address. '•.•••' 23 — 12 13 29 20 — ' ' . "'— CAFE—Air conditioned. Fred Bush Hardln. Phone 224; 23 — 20 FREE WASTEPAPER PICK UP— At your home, also commercial accounts, 465-3621, Alton Waste Paper .Co. 11 _ 19 NOTICE — From this day forward I will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself, Dated this 18th day of July, 1963. Darrell J, Wilson P. 0. Box 252 Wood River, III. — 8-20 PRIVATE CONFIDENTIAL INVES- TIGATIONS—Downstnte investigation Service. 618-AT 8-9185. Llo. & Bonded. Owner, D, A. Landers. RIDERS 1IA 11A — 26- RIDERS—To St. Louis from Wood River. Roxana or Hartford. 7:45 to 4:30. Ct 4-MOO. EDUCATIONAL ACATION AT ECHO LAKE RANCH Here Is the place so many choose for a real vacation (In the foothills of- the 0?»rk») in a beautiful valley, only 19 miles from St. Louis. Fine sand and concrete beach for wading and swimming, new sun decks, dlvfng dqctcs. b Ing,...fishing., hlkmg. movies, saddl ing. fishing, hiking, movies, saddle horses, shuffleboard, wiener roasts, hillbilly, golf and special ranch danoln|. Rugged Ozark country. CABIN. « i qoop MEALS EACH BAY HULL WEEK Leu for children ated folder living Bll< information or reier- Louis office. J710 WASHINGTON (8) Jfi M«7S 3 & j.,i»_'5". mi I2A INSTRUCTIONS 12A ~. TF Mqn. thru Frl.- KEY PUNCH'— Burrpughi, N.C.R. Bookkeeping Machine* ST, LOUIS SCHOOL OF AUTOMATION (As Seen on TV) 6427 jBwnpton. BM N, Grand CALL COLLECT FL 1,1(97 or OL 2.6454 COMMERCIAL,TRACT—On Bypas 66 & 40, well situated In conjunctlo with new Highways 270 * 151. Idea for motel, servce staltlon and com munlty shopping center, Well sel all or part, Cash or will conslde trade. Robert Douglas Realty Co. 3941 Park Lane. Granite City, III. TRIangle 7-3806, 23 — 19 — 22 — 24 — 28 EAST ALTON HOBBY SHOP — Excellent loca tlon in good commercial area,' ex cellent business already establish ed. This business Is a real opportunl ty that can pay for Itself In a short time. Call for details. COFFEE SHOP — In good shop ping center location excellent bust ness and location. Call for details AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY — Excel lent location; 18 washers, gooi established business In excellon condition ready to, take over. Cat for details, •' HALE REALTY CO. EAST ALTON CL 4-5116 23 — 26'. FOR SALE _„ Saw mill. Fisher Davis No. 1 Mill. Like new $1,000 466-1438. 23 — 7/27 IF YOU CAN SELL, have $1,600 to invest, want to earn $1.000 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 Experleced Dri-Powr Distributor will interview you regarding dis trlbutlon of Drj-Powr Automotive products. 23 — 8.1M8.19-23.27-31 LONS' ESTABLISHED PROFITABLE BUSINESS t EMPLOYMENT 17 H8L* WANTBO « MALB 17 — "CREDIT MANXSBR "" MUST BE EXPERIENCED With retail ItutallmenFacopUnF* * coi« steady care of FINE FOR A FAMILY PICNIC OR SWIM DATE Drive out i try.«eo«np] and ground ________ _... wwrilde ot High lUc. - ........ Highway PP to our sign. Turn left or weekends phone ranch. ESsex e WAN-TIP*- FEMALE Downfpwn location, Billiard hall, bar, food, m99«iinei etc, Good k«io •v«il«bl», Sfllei price Include* itock and flxturti, CLf M NOLL AGENCY HO 5-662 1 — 20 ui » . ,,-,.„,.,... ..... QTEl * RB6TAURANT «. 19 modern unjts, .Large livin ef « with attached con uart* rary 2L3 ^28 % E B H PJST ; W AJV patch CARPENTER REPAIR, block lay ing, concrete work, plumbing, ne homes, painting, HO 5-2436, 33 — 8-12 CARPENTER WORK — Patch plai taring, roof repair, plumbing worl blocks laid and cement work. AIs Interior and exterior painting. Ca Charles Stormer. 466-1437. 33 — 8/8 CARPENTER WORK — Repairing remodeling, roofing, siding. No jo too small. Estimates. 254-2303. 33 — 8/17/63 CONRETE WORK OF ALL KINDS— Walls, floors, walks, porches, et< Free estimates, HO .6-1290,- — HO 2-3483 Anytime. 33 — 24 DRIVEWAY AND YARD LEVEL •ING — Also weeds mowed wit .tractor rotary mower. 259-1567. 33 — 25 ELECTRICAL HOUSE WIRING — Painting, carpentry, contracting Free estimates. HO 5-7991. 33 — 8/10 GUTTERING — Roofing, painting odd jobs, repairs. Reasonable Prompt service. 254-3649. DECORATING 34 — 8/12/63 BEST IN DECORATING — Paint Ing Interior and , exterior. Pape hanging and removal." Free est mates. Reasonable prices. 466-1134 34 — 7/27 PAINTING, PLASTERING—Remov Ing wallpaper. No job too small Free estimates. 466-2852, 462-9657 34 _ 7/31 PLASTERING • PAINTING. Wallpaper ; removing Work guaranteed. Free estimates Alton, East Alton, Wood River 254-8189. 36 FURNITURE WORK 36 — 8/9 WINCHESTER'S CUSTOM RE-UP HOLSTERING — 132 E. Elm. Ph 462-8235. 37 HEATING * PLUMBING 37 — 25 GAS & OIL FURNACES — Al kinds of plumbing & repair work Wllkenlng Plumbing & Heating 465-3232. 1641 Washington. 38 HOME BUILDING SERVICE 38 — 7/30 A-l CARPENTERS — Improvemen of homes, old or new. Siding, roof Ing, repairs, painting, etc. Free estimates. HO 6-7091 or CL 9-6190 M STORAGE — MOVING 40 — 7-19 Free Estimate Call HO 2-8240 PRES BELCHER , Agent For VON DER AHE VAN LINES World Wide Movers' 1018 Elliott Ave., Alton. 111. RENTALS 41 SLEEPING ROOMS 41 _ 19- AIR-CONDITIONED ROOM — fo gentleman, next to bath and phone 3018 College Ave, HO 5-3774 afte: I p.m. ...... 4i - s-e ROOM ~- 2 blocks from downtown Wood River. Private entrance, Dla 254-2366. 41 — 26 SLEEPING ROOM—For 1 or 2 girls 401 E, 3rd. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 28 ! LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS —For rent, Also 1 sleeping room front rooms, Apply 606 Belle. «•" APAMTMBNTfl-PLATS IS —.'19 '• ii" '' in ''"i -"I '• 3 ROOM—Clean unfurnished apt Private entrance, nice neighbor hood, $28 mo. Sewer * water paid 1211 E/ etb, HO 45. 23 a APTS. — 3 and 3*4 rooms. Private entrances, on busline, utilities In eluded, $48, {55. HO 2-3233. IS — 20 a ROOM—Unfurnished apt. Private bath. Heat. & water furnished Aduiu only, Phone HO 2-17711. 15 — 20 ypiuir* •partnwnt. heat and water furnished. Dial HO B.-3491. 15 — ROOMS—Upper Alton. Heat ft w«. ter furnished. 145, Real Estate E» change, 463-079' 1 , "ROOM APT—Unfurnlshed; privite 29 LARGE e clot rente, 8 — n ROOM FURNISHED APT,»-Modern. clean and very nice, Utilities furnished. Jtwpwid floor, All private. % block to bui. Northiide area. _Cpujp|« poly, HO §.8900. 868 ftflytl ALTON ~. B fooTn*. espori,. iift water. heat, furnished, $80. HO S-1A80, HO 2.4148. t»HV«te ( SBtroafige, Al elusive Ideation, H*. utilities, $78, . 4ft — 23 »«-nvi -iTTW-r .»• •nfniMn'.....-.^..^ DUPLEX-** room and private bsth. V*ry nice. Modem, All utilities 1322 oafden, ..... HO paid. . 289-2986. j ^_ -i< _ -ii- |{ving E room, birkltchen""fu)T bail*', mem, air conditioned, diiposm. buiit-in«, walking tfiitMiMi fo ill schools and shopping, J819 sent- EAST ALTON — 6n B\* Drive. Large living room, bedroom, bath, utllfiy and kltohM. ;>-J . HARTFORD — 18 s, iJeimaf, Large living room, bedroom, xltchin and basement, call 8844841, . EAST 2 ALTO; - Oliv Bait Drive. targe living, room, bedrowth, bath, utility and Kltehefr call aM-8341. ^ EXCEPTIONALLY NtCE-B Jatie rooms, fireplace, kltehen cabinets. Lovely neighborhood, CL 4-8774, 48 „ 32 ,--.- ...... i,.n.n FOR RENT — 2 rooms. Inquire at oil Humbolt Court, Alton, ill. 40 _ 24 M ni : HARTFORD — 16 South Delmar. Large living room, bedroom, hitch- en and basement. Lj / 4 NEAR ROXANA THEATRE 3 ROOMS & BATH — Tile floon, cabinets, gas stove, otherwise unfurnished, 1st floor private. Nice. Open, $45, Apt. No, 1. 143 E, 3rd, Roxana, HO 2-6767 late evenings. 45 _ 20 ——————————— NORTH ALTON—4 rooms * bath, pntlo, private entrance. Heat and water furnished. Adults only. 460-0510. ' NolftTH ALTON ~ 2 large room*, modern, with Kalh, newly decorated, all utilities furnished. Jeneyyllla 1B23R. SEE~ THESE BEAUTIFUL 1, 2. 3, Bedrooms. (3 bedrooms Include* 1% baths), stove, refrigerator f ur n I s h e d, • Moat convenient. Shown dally. 832 Washington. 462-8632. 45 — TP i ********************** SEVERAL APARTMENTS AND HOUSES Available for immediate occupanoy In Alton. For further Information, CALL 462.92(3 Or Evenings 462.8880 ********************** UPPER ALTON—2 rooms, kitchenette, upstairs. Garage available. Good location. $49. 46S-1046. 45 _- jo ; UPPER ALTON—3 room upstairs apt. Newly decorated. Adults only. 254-0900 or HO 2-7162. 45 — 20 : : UNFURNISHED—4 room basement apt. All utilities paid. ISO per mo. HO 2-4627. 45 _ TF : Wilihlr* Colonial Apti. Air conditioned, drapes, Disposals, Stove te refrigerator, Spacious living with basement storage. Bob Dunn, CL 9-2987. 44 FURNISHED APARTMENTS 46 — 25 ' 1 2 ROOM—Furnished apartment. 636 Broadway, East Alton. CL 9-2987. 46 — 20 i ' 2 ROOM FURNISHED APT. — All utilities paid. Private ..entrance. Baby welcome. 254-3045. 46 — 8-6 , 2 ROOMS — Utilities furnished. S12 weekly. 302 E. 13th, 46 _ 23 2-ROOM—Redecorated, large kitchen. 900 Washington, Alton. Adults. $12.00 259-3460. 46 — 26 - 2'ROOM—Furnished apt. Utilities furnished. $8.50 weekly. 462-0877. 46 — TF ' •• 2 ROOM—Nicely furnished apti. All utilities paid. HO 5-7331. 46 — 26 2 ROOM— Furnished apt, in River. Utilities weekly. 462-0877. 46 — TF furnished. Wood $8.50 ROOM EFFICIENCY — Dowa- town location, $60 month. Real Estate Exchange, 462-0797. 46 — 25 - 3 ROOM FURNISHED — Clean * modern. $17 weekly. HO 2-1427. 46 _ 8-17 3 ROOMS and bath, 2 blocks from Glass Works. Call before 10 a.m. and after 7 p.m. HO 5-5986. 46 — 20 3 ROOM FURNISHED APT. — -All utilities furnished. $85 .monthly. 465-2978. 46 — 20 —: 3 FURNISHED ROOMS—Private entrance, shower, stool, private heat winter time. All utilities paid. |RO mo. North Alton. HO 2-4454. 46 — 8-20 — 3 FURNISHED .ROOMS — Private bath, entrance. Inquire 224,Lorena. Wood River, / ',; s. 48-— TF —-ii—; •::£•..»,:. 3 ROOM — Heat, hot water, close In, off street park, adults, Wlnkler Apts., 700 A'by. .•'",*- •/". Wood River. ,: 46 — 23 —i — ——— 3 ROOM MODERN — Private fcath and. entrance, laundry facilities, adults only. Phone, HO 8-6787. I ROOM FURNISHED—Basement apt. 618 Grand. Lincoln Addition. AKC registered male Chihuahua. 294-9070. 16 — 20 — 4 ROOMS — Clean, nice cabinet" and closets, air conditioner. Adults. Call after 3 p.m. CL 4-6173. 16 — 20 , 4 ROOM FURNISHED APT. - Private. 1121 W. 9th. HO 2-6174. ATTRACTIVE — 3 room furnished apt. .Utilities furnished. Adults; • 842 Lewie, Wood River. 46 — 20 T-— _____ 'LEAN—Newly papered, modern, furnished «pt. Private bath, entrance, soft water. Utilities paid. For 1 or couple, 401 Whltelaw Ave,, wood River, 1LEAN IfROOM KPFJCIENCY—For working person. W2.BO, On bus line. " r- MJ " " '"' "''''' "•''" ' id rooms, i only. FP.R SJ? NT T" 2 furnis All utilities (urnl«hW. A 130 monthly. -HO 8»901>7 'URNISHED — Baiement apt, On .busline^ load JJnlon, HQjfrftTO. MOTEL APARTMENTS TV, telephone. Air-conditioned. By 7 ifOVill ft*! RENT HOUSE FOR RENT - ' ROOM -HOUSE' - inqulra 810 So. 7 21 So - 9 "' floor«. Clean. - 8ir«et7 .ROOM MODEW HOUSE! - 320 >ye.. Bast Alton. 254,1811. t '

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