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MONDAY, JtJL¥ 22, 1983 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAM Obituaries Lewis Thomas H. Lewis, U.S. Nnvy veteran, and former Mndlson .County deputy sheriff and stain highway patrolmnn, tiled Sunday In Mllliii8ton,Nnval Hospital, Mll- llnglcm, Tenti,, where he had bceri « patient for six days following a hcnrt attack. He was 01. He was visiting relatives at Corinth, Mlns;, when he suffered the fatal attack a week ago Friday and entered the Mllllngkm hospital the following day. Mr. Lewis had been In military service during World Wars I and It and had served In the Korean campaign. Me retired from servlde In the U.S. Navy In 1960 with the rating of chief petty officer, under « dls- ability. While stationed in Japan he developed a hoarl condition, s 1 x months previous to his retirement In June of 1060. A native of Galnsvllle, Tex., Mr. Lewis was born Jan, 31, 1902, He had made his home in Alton for 40 years with exception of time spent in military service. He was a member of Alton Post 12ti, American Legion and belonged to Fleet Reserve Association, St. Louis. Survivors are his Mfe, Esther; two daughters, Cathy Jo, 15, and Sara Lea, 12. The latter had accompanied him on the trip to Corinth, Miss. He also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Maude Noe, St. Louis, and Mrs. Etila Rowland, Jcrseyvllle; two brothers, Paul, California, and Samuel, Miami, Fla., and h 1 s step-mother, Mrs. Luloa Findley, Scimer, Tenn. His parents died previously. The body Is at Gent Chapel where services will be conducted Wednesday at 10 a.m. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after 4 p.m. Tuesday. a Ulster, Mrs. Violii Stirnncr of St. Louis; two brothers, William Blftlr of Jackson, Tonn., and Charles Blair of Cleveland, Ohio; four grandchildren; four great- grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. The body is at Russell's Funeral Home and will be moved Wednesday to SI. John's Baptist Church. Friends may call after 7 P.m. Wednesday at the church, Funeral services will be held there by the pastor, the Rev. Thomas P. Wright, at 1 p.m. Thursday. , Burial will be In Upper Alton Cemetery. CARLtNVILLK — Memorial services were held at 10:30 a.m. today at First Methodist Church for Alfred Weer Mayfleld, 81, who died at 12il5 p.m. Saturday at Car- linvllle Area Hospital. Commitment rites at Mayfield Memorial Cemetery will be held at a later date. Mr. Mayfield was founder of Wnyfield Memorial Cemetery In 1922. He was born Feb. 1.8, 1882 In Carllnvllle, a son of Virginia Weer and Webster D. Mayfield. He wits an extensive agriculturist. On Sept. 22, 1909 be was married to Clara Kcplinger who survives in addition to one son, Alfred Lewis Mayfield; one daughter, Mrs. Virginia M. Cooper both of Carlinville; two grandchildren, one brother, Mark Mayfleld, also ot Carlinville. Stiltz Robert C. Stilt/, 1726 Main St., an employe of American Oil Co., died Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in St. Anthony's Hospital. He had been ill and a patient in the hospital for only nine days. Mr. Stiitz had been employed by American Oil Co., as a carpenter for 18 years and previously had worked at Owens Illinois for 20 years. He had been employed in the Streator and Alton plants of the glass company as a corrigator operator. He as born in Menard County, March 28, 1905, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Stiltz. Surviving are his wi£e, the lor- mer Marie Callahan, to whom he was married Oct. 27, 1936, in Alton; three daughters, Miss Tina Lee, an instructor in the East St. Louis schools, and Mrs. Marilyn Malson and Tamala Stiltz, Alton; a sister, Mrs. Edna Kistler, White Hall,' and four brothers, Carl, Floyd, Raye, and Lloyd, all of Tallula. Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in Gent Chapel. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park Visitation hours at the chapel will be after 7 p.m. today. Blair Gentry Blair, 58, or 916 Gold St., died at 5 p.m. Saturday al the wheel of his automobile, Born Dec. 28, 1905, in Jackson, Tenn., Mr. Blair was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Blair. He had been a resident of Alton for 34 years and an em- ploye of Duncan Foundry for 22 years. He was a member of St. John's Baptist Church, superintedent ol the Sunday School and was a member of the usher board and choir. Survivors Include a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Davidson of Alton; Cut Flowers Floral Arrangements Member F.T.D, LEO WILLIS JR. Alton Floral Phone 406-1888 Evening 466-8617 Mayfield Craig In ill health for two years, Mrs. Minnie A. Craig, 82, died at 8:45 [).m. Saturday, in St. Anthony's Hospital where she had been a patient for one month. Preceding liospitaliv.ation, she lived with her daughter, Mrs. Albert (Exendine; Mans, Rte. 1, Grafton. She was born near Foley, Mo,, Feb. 26, 1881, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Walter Callaway. She moved to Alton 44 years ago. Until her retirement 20 years ago, Mrs. Craig served as an evangelist in Missouri and Madison and Jersey counties. Twenty- five years ago she married Jabus Craig in St. Charles, Mo. He died in March 1946. Surviving in addition to her daughter are two sisters, Mrs. Josephine Holmes of Grafton, Mrs. Marie Macauley of Golden Eagle; and a brother, James of Grafton. She leaves one grandchild and two great-grandchildren. Friends may call at Staten Chapel after 2 p.m. Tuesday and until 11 a.m. Wednesday when the body will be moved to the Spring Street Assembly of God Tabernacle. Funeral services will be in the Tabernacle at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Burial, will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. SPRINGFIELD, 111. (Special) — Two versions of thfi conclusion of he Illinois General Assembly on fune 28-2!) have gone Into the law- tinkers' records. One version is the ftopubllcan Senate majority's which shows adjournment on June 29, with another version, by the tJciiiocrals showing the slx-mon Ilis-long session ended at 11:05 p.m. on June 28. Thd controversy grew out of the refusal of the Senate Republicans to adjourn sine die on June 28 although the Republican-controlled House had indicated a desire to do so and so expressed itself to Gov. Otto Kerner who then issued a proclamation dissolving the session after which Lieut. Gov. Samuel H. Shapiro, Kankakce Democrat, read and walked off the rostrum. The Republicans however re- naincd on the Senate floor for a jrief period then returned on lune 29, look some legislative ac- ion and adjourned sine die. Involved were two bills, one to wost state officers' and legislat- irs salaries for the next biennlum ind which the Governor has sign- id, and another which permits year - round harness racing n dovvnstate. UK!H :t Po.sHifolcn William H. Rentschler, Chicago candy manufacturer, who was the runner-up for the Republican nomination for U. S. Senator in 1960, and who managed Republican State Treasurer William Scott's campaign last year, lists three Republican candidates for the party gubernatorial nomination in 1964, He said any of the three would be "an improvement over Governor Kerner." Those he listed were Secretary Castor JERSEYVILLE - Funeral services for William H. Castor, who was killed in an automobile acci dent Sunday night on Rte. 67 three miles. north of Alton, wil be conducted Wednesday. Services will be at 2 p.m. ii Gubscr Funeral Home by the Rev Harry Frazier. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery, Visitation hours at the funeral home will be after 3 p.m. Tuesday. Mr. Castor is survived by his father, John Castor, and a sister, Mrs. Howard Bushnell, Jerseyville. Joseph G. Poppe, 55, a larmei of near Brussels, died unexpect edly Sunday of an apparent hear seizure, suffered shortly after his arrival at St. Mary's Church, foi 8 o'clock Mass, He was given artificial respir atlon at the cliurch and moved by ambulance to St, Joseph's I-Ios pilul, St. Charles, Mo., where he was pronounced dead. Mr. Poppe suffered the fatal at tack while talking to friends out side the church. A native of Calhoun County, he was born May 26, 1908, at Brus sols, a son of the late Anlone Poppe and Mrs. Agnes Poppe. Surviving are his wife, Clara a daughter, Shirley; a brother, Ed' ROBERT C, STILTZ Services 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Chapel. Burial Jn Valhalla Memorial Park. In slate at the Chapel after 7 p.m. Monday. THOMAS H. LEWIS .Services 10 a.m. Wednesday Jn the QJi^pel, Burial In Upper Alton Cemetery. In state at the Chapel atttr 4 p.m. Tuesday, Around Springfield Assembly's Close Disputed t)ON ti. Attend Russell Rites At McLeansboro Mr. and Mrs. Roy LeMay, 915 ^ixon St., Alton and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Russell of 210 Cooper St., ast Alton, attended the funeral of Mrs. Mattie Russell, mother of VErs. LcMay and Mr. Russell. The funeral was held Saturday at the Gholson Funeral Home in VIcLeansboro. Mrs. Russell' brother, Tilman Tale of the 600 block of E. 4th St., Alton, also attended. Lambros Burial in Upper AltoiiCemetery Following services at 2 p.m. to day in Gent Chapel the body ol Louis Lambros was taken to Up per Alton Cemetery for interment The Rev. C. A. Cox officated al the rites. Grandchildren were pallbearers They were James, Ralph, Larry Don and George Noble, and Rob ert Ward. O. I. Hamilton Back From Sister's Rites 0, I, Hamilton of 2611 Brown St., lias returned from attending the funeral of a sister, Mrs. Em ma Williams, at Eldorado. Services were held Saturday followed by burial in Douglas Ceme tery. Among survivors is a son, Don Williams of Eldorado, a lormei Allonian. Funeral Services for Mrs. Morales Today Funeral services for Mrs. Bes sic Morales, wife o[ Joseph R Morales of 1803 Oakwood Road were conducted at 9 a.m. today in Gent Chapel by the Rev, Fatli er Frank Westhoff of St. Patrick's Church. Nephews were pallbearers They were Nearst Browning, Char les Browning, Ronald Browning Vane Bailey, Floyd Newson, anc James Browning. ward, JerseyvUle; two sisters Miss Mary Poppe, Golden Eagli and Mrs. Bernice Schneider Wood River, and his mother o Golden Eagle. ' Funeral rites will be conductec Wednesday at 9 a.m. in St. Mary's Church followed by burial in the church cemetery. The body is at Imming Funera Home, Brussels, where friendb may call uftor 4 p.m. today, The Rosary will be recited Tues day at 8 p.m, State Charles F. Carpentier, East Mollnc, who makes his formal announcement at East Moine on August 4; Charles M. 'orcy, Chicago industrialist who nnounced earlier this month; nd Hayes Robertson, Flossmoor, a former slate senator who made strong race against former lov. William G. Strattotl 1rl I960, tobertson presently is GOt* Cook County chairman. Too tenrly for Choice Renlschler, who was a news- rapcrman before he got Into the :onfeclionery business, modified lis selection by saying "it is far oo early to make a choice; that 'the field is still uncertain" then uggcstcd Treasurer Scott and :ook County Sheriff Richard B. Ogilvlc, Chicago, are "well qual- fied" material for a gubcrnalori- tl nomination but thought they vould serve out their present crms, Illinois housewives who count on trading stamps they get when they go shopping may find an added expense they "cash" the stamps for merchandise. A new state law passed by the recent Assembly svill require them to pay the state sales taxas they exchange the stamps for vacuums, clocks and other items for use around t h e house. It is expected to net the state ?1.Me million annually. Support of organized labor in an anti-slum program was disclosed Governor Kerner in a recent Chicago press conference. The support would be in connection with an "upgrade project" where>y landlords who stepup housing mprovements may be able to get state backing to obtain loans by he stale guaranteeing rent payments by public relief recipients. The "upgrade project," the Governor told the newsmen, would require the landlords to agree to cor- 'ect building and code violations and improve their properties with he state providing rental guaran- ees to those landlords seeking o a n s from banks and private ending institutions to make rapid mprovements in their properties. The Governor told the press conference the project will make it possible for some relief recipients to work on improvement of buildings in which they live in return for rent. He said union representatives had agreed to take in some young and unemployed people and give them training. He said private enterprise had indicated they go along with the idea, A spokesman for the Governor said that "psychologically, the project would have great value in that such young men would in truth see their homes and neigh borhoods improved and would fee rightfully, that they 'contributed to this improvement. And a contin uation of the project would en able these young men to climb above the apprentice level anc become full-fledged union journ eymen." Area Residents To Quiz Panel On TV Aug. 3 EDWARDSVILLE — Three res idents from the East Alton-Wood River area will participate in a special program on "The Com munity Junior College" Aug. 3 on KMOX-TV, County Supt. of Schoo Wilbur R. L. Trimpe said today The three, who will question a three-member panel on the half hour program scheduled to star at 2:30 p.m., are: Dr. Robert E Cooley and Mrs. Ula Brazier o: East Alton and Mrs. J. D. Voor hees of Wood River. The panel will be represented bj Robert Birkhimer, junior college consultant of the state office o public instruction, Kenneth Ed wards, dean of Belleville Junio. College and Eugene McClintock Superintendent of Centralia Junio College. Gets Too Close to Hoe, Scalp Gashed Intent on watching his six-year old brother dig a hole with a hoe Lawrence Costanzo, 7, got toe close and got a gash in his head Several stitches were taken ii (he wound to close it. Aftof treat ment at Alton Memorial Hospita Lawrence was released, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Con stanw) of 205 ParlTtane in Wood River. WE INVITE COMPARISON Wo are proud of oui' , EiiBblUhment, Fucllltles, Service and • , Moderute Costs. Unit 7 Wilt Appoint New Hoard Member EDWARDSVILLK - Tho Boart if Education of Edwardsvillt Community Unit School Districi will meet in a special session Wednesday to appoint a member o the board to succeed Robert Schaefor who resigned July 1 The special meeting is sched ilcd for 8 p.m. at Hadlcy House >oard president Roy Fruiet re rarted. In other action the hoart s expected to consider repairs a he Le-Clalrc School. Schacfcr, who was serving his sixth year on the board, was ward president one year anr president pro-tern for two years le was employed at Dow Chem cat plant in Madison. He was ransferred to the firm's Cieve and plant and announced his •esignation from the school board 'arly this month. Be alert today, alive tomorrow LAGOS — Nigeria plans the export of gray cotton cloth. ALTON Harold John Moisenhejiner Services 10 «i,m. Tuesday Funeral LIVERPOOL — A society ha jeen formed in England dedical ed to the abolition of the court •oom oalh now required of tria vitnesscs. A policeman is I h roup's leader. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES Legal No. 364 — 7-22 23 24-'63 Sealed Bids For IGHT1NG ALTERATIONS AT U.S POST OFFICE—EAST ALTON, ILLINOIS. will be received until 1:00 P.M :,S.T,. (2:00 P.M., C.D.S.T.) Sep ember 11, 1963 In Room 575, U.S Courthouse, Chicago 4, Illinois, an hen publicly opened In Room 575 Information concerning bidding doc uments may be obtained from (a cneral Services Administration Region 5, 575 U.S. Courthouse, Ch cago 4, Illinois; or (b) Custodian o he building project after August 14 1963. LEGAL — 15 — 22 — 29 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all per sons that the First Monday I September, 1963 is the Claim Dat n the estate of DANIEL M FITZGERALD, Deceased, pendln n the Probate Court of Madlso County, Illinois, and that claims ma be filed against the said estate o or before said date without Issuanc of summons. Dated this 10th. day of July. 1963 GENEVIEVE FITZGERALD KULP. ROBERT EMMETT FITZGERALD, Executrix and Executor. Attest: DALE HILT Probate Clerk ,egal — 8 . 15 • 22 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is herby given to all per sons that the First Monday 1 AUGUST, 1963. is the Claim Date i the estate of EFFIE HARMAN, de ceased, pending in the Probat Court of Madison County, Illinois and that claims may be filed agalns the said estate on or before sal date without Issuance of summon Dated" this 25th day of JUNE 1983. MINNIE 0. ARDINGER Executrix. Attest: DALE HILT, Probate Clerk. COX, SMITH & BASSET, Attorneys LEGAL — 15 — 22 — 29 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all pe sons that the First Monday September, 1963 Is the Claim Da in the estate of CHARLES D KELLENBERGER, Deceased, pen Ing In the Probate Court of Mad son County, Illinois, and that claim may be filed against the said esta on or before said date without i suance of summons. Dated this 9th. day of July, 1963 ANNA G. KELLENBERGER and FIRST NATIONAL BAN & TRUST COMPANY I ALT.ON, Executrix and Executor. Attest: DALE HILT Probate Clerk IN LOVING MEMORY 3 - - 22 IN LOVING MEMORY of Harr Naylor, on his birthday. You're not forgotten husband an father, deav, Nor ever shall you be; As long as life and memory last, We shall remember thee. Wife & Children 3 — 22 IN LOVING MEMORY of Leonar V. M. Hodge who passed awa July 22, 1950. In our home he Is fondly remerr bered, Sweet memories clinR to his nam Those who loved him in life sii cerely, Still love him In death Just th same. Sadly missed by. Wife, Son, Daughters & Famllie U MONUMENTS — CEM. LOTS — 24 2-GRAVE LOT—Garden of Chris us, Roselawn Memory Garden Phone HO 5-5665, PERSONALS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Hel for the problem drinkers, Men an women. HO 0-1612. 7 — 7/25/63 TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (form erly Dex-A-Dlet). New name, sam formula, only 88c. Honke Pha macy, SOCIETIES and LODGES 23 PIASA LODGE NO. 27, AF4AM — Special meeting, Tuesday, July 2 7:30 p.m. Work Jn first degree, VI Itlng brethren welcome. LEO L. LARSH, W.M 9 _ 23 . -. FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 25 AF&AIV —Spoclal meeting, Tuesday, Jul 23, 7 p.m. Work In first degree Visiting brethren welcome. He freshments. Work In second degree Thursday, July 26th, 7 p.m. WAYNE H. HARPER, W.M 10 LOST—STRAYBD--STOLEN 10 — 22 FOUND—Pair eyeglasses. Rosowoo Heights. Person may have thei by paying for ad. CL 9-0506, 10 — 27 « —— LOST—Dog. medium alte, slior hair, long tall. Yellow, tan & whit' Reward. CL 4-8348. NOTICES I!-*,CARS WASHBP & \VAXEP-Vac umed w dusted on Inside, $8. F 4-3873. 11 — 8-15 FREE WASTEPAPER PICK UP At your homo, also commercl accounts. 465-3621, Alton Wtm Paper Co. .,_.. .. PARTY JS KNOWN who look mo cy out of milk box In Bethulto, N questions asked If returned In bo 11 - 8-20 PRIVATE CONFIDENTIAL INVE tlon Swvlc*. eU'AT «-fl»65. Up, Bonded. Owner. P. A. ANNOUNCEMENTS NOTICES Ol T YOUR CONVENIENCE ou can f>lae« your classified d, cllisifisd kill or classified orrecfions 24 hour* 6 day, SPlAK 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: , GIVE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AND P 11 ONE NUMBER. (Spell your name out). . QE 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). . Speak slowly and distinctly , Remember, this is a median leal device. It will answe your call and give you re corded instructions on wha to do, but other than tha cannot answer any questions RIDERS IA 1IA — 24 RIDE WANTED — From Milton area to 15th & Locust, St. Louis, 8 to 4:30. HO 5-6228. IA — 26 EMPLOYMENT 8 HELP WANTED 8 -.- • FfeMALE WANTED — Femal* combination help. Age 2R-40. be able to work any of the 3 shifts. Apply Rlchey's Cafe, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. g _ WANTED— Carhops, waitresses. Ap ply Riverside Drivc-m or sunshine coffee Shop. * BUSINESS OPPOtttuNtTIES 3 _ 26 — FOR SALE — Saw mill. Davis No. 1 Mill. Like new 46B-I438. 3 — 25 SALESLADIES I9A — 15 — 17 — 22 — 24 — 29 — 31 DO YOU NEfU) EXTRA MONEY? —$75.00 Is yours for selling only 100 I'cnrl Splendor Chlrstmas Card nssortmftnts, $32.50 for 50 Boxes. $1.1.00 for 25 boxes, etc. Free personalized siimplcs, plus lending boxes un approval. Write lodny. II costs you nothing to try. Cheerful Card Co., II-.132, White Plains. N.Y 9A — 22 FREE—Exciting new I9B3 sample album "Name Imprinted" Christmas Cards! Run spare time greeting card, gift shop at home. Invite friends, take orders, earn up to 100% profit. Experience unneces sary. Fund raising plans for or ganlzatlons. Rush name for free album, other samples on approval Regal Greetings, Department 1797 Ferndale, Michigan. 19A — 22 24 $75 TO $175 CASH for your spare time Show your friends beautiful new Christmas Cards — Name Im printed, Religious, other money makers. Write for amazing FREE offer; Sample Outfit on approval Southern Greetings, 478 N. Holly wood, Dept. 108. Memphis 12, Tenn 19A — 22 2fl 5 SALESLADY — Exclusive franchise well-known line made-to-measure Jersey suits, dresses. They fit—they fascinate—they repeal—you profit Popular prices, liberal commls slons. Give phone number. Rober Powers, Sweetwaler, Tennessee, 19A — 8-3-63 -— TOY DEMONSTRATORS — Show the finest toys, books and games at toy parties. We have dlscoun prices on many of the Items we carry See the BEST. See TOY CHEST. Write Box 1070 care o Alton Telegraph. SALESMAN 20 20 — 27 AAA-I Texas Oil Company Needs man over 30 as traveling rep resentatlve. Write F. I. Dlckerson Executive Vice President, South western Petroleum Co., Box 789 Fort Worth. Texas. «DERfi—•To St. Louis from Wood 20 River, Roxana or to 4:30. CL 4-5300. 1A — 23 Hartford. 7:45 WANT RIDE—To Toledo, Ohio, on Thursday, July 25th. Share expenses. References. 466-0287. EDUCATIONAL 12A 2A 23 INSTRUCTIONS EXPANDING MUSIC COMPANY wants recent high school gradual with Instrumental music training Must be ambitious, neat appear ing and enjoy meeting people Send details to Box 1090, care Tele graph. 20 — TF SALEMAN WANTED — New and used cars. No experience necessary Age 25-35. See Ed Black, Trotter Motor Co., Wood River. CL 4-3811. 20 — 24 DENTAL ASSISTANTS NEEDED We train women, ages 18-59, as Dental Assistants. Full or spare- time training. High School Education not necessary. Enroll now for short, Inexpensive course. FREE employment service. High Earnings. For full Information, without obligation, WRITE MILLER SHOOLS Box 1150, care Alton Telegraph Giving name, address, occupation, age and phone. 12A — 23 ENJOY LUXURIOUS LIVING AS A MOTEL MANAGER Work where you please in the climate of your choice. Enjoy unllm ited earnings and living quarters supplied as a Motel Manager. We train mature Men, Women, Couples Age no barrier. High School education not necessary. Free place ment assistance. Full or part time training. For full Information with out obligation, WRITE MILLER SCHOOLS, Box 1140, care Alton Telegraph, giving name, address phone, age and occupation. 12A — TF Mon. thru Fri. I. B. M. KEY PUNCH — Burroughs, N.C.R. Bookkeeping Machines ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF AUTOMATION (As Seen on TV) 6427 Hampton, 508 N. Grand CALL COLLECT FL I-I 197 or OL 2-5454 EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE 17 — 24 EXPERIENCED—Radio & TV re pair man. Transistor and color necessary. No other need apply Top salary. For appointment cal CL 9-3505. 17 — 23 CREDIT MANAGER — Blller-typlst Mechanical draftsman. Sales trainee. Collection man. Body and shop man. Auto mechanic. Amerl can Employment, 726 E. Broadway, 17 — 22 HELP WAN' ED—Business mana ger and bookkeeper for old estab lished concern. Man preferred. Ex cellent salary and working condl lions. Write Box 1100, care Alton Telegraph. 17 — 16 — 22 — 25 LABORER — Unskilled and semiskilled. Salary $2.10/$2 30 per hour. Resident of Alton. Good Physical condition. Able to read and write. Some mechanical ability. Grade school education desirable. Driver's or chauffeur's license. Secure application from Civil Service Office, Room 204A, Alton City Hall between 11 A.M. and 3 P.M., Monday, Wednesday or Friday. No appllcatlsn accepted after 3:00 P.M. July 31, 1963. Written examination scheduled for Augusl 8, 1063. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION Don Koppenhaver, Chairman PERMANENT OPENING—For firs class body mechanic. Only first class need apply. Write Box 1050 care Telegraph, I7A EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 17A — 22 ALASKA—Overseas, U.S. job Infor matlon, High pay. Write Globe Ap plication Service, Box 864, Haiti more 3, Maryland. 17A — 24 - 1 • 8 - 15 • 22 FOREIGN EMPLOYMENT INFOR MATION — Construction, other work projects. Good paying over seas Jobs with extras, travel ex penses. Write only: Foreign Service Bureau, Dept. 348, Brsdenton Beach. Florida. 18 HELP WANTED - FEMALE 18 — 24 22 FINANCIAL APER DISTRIBUTION—In Greater Alton area. Sunday Post Dispatch & evening. Write Box 1080, care Telegraph. 3—8, 22, 33 SANITATION ROUTE TOR SALE— Monthly gross Income, $700.00-^ Opportunity for right person to Increase his earnings. Inquire P. O. Box 176, Alton, III. *"" PERSONAL SERVICE 10 DRESSMAKING—TAILORING DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS Done for adults, children, and Barbie dolls. 372-3148. 30 — 7/30 — DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pants cuffed. Reasonable. References. In home. 23 CL 4-4034. my 10 - ... SEWING — Especially for larger women, in my home. Alterations. Reasonable. HO 2-2835. cbtfAOE MIU.JMW Metth, coin, %y, roofni * twn. apt. ineluafnn utIIIH trance. $40 mo. Ct AK ' 02 t- ."''i 11 irfr-rt"-" 1 DUPLEX—9 rottrrt afid Very nice. Modern, paid 132J Garden. HU 2fi9-2!)6fl. EAST 2! ALTON •* On "sT Lnrne living room, badfootn, bath, utility ami kitchen. . « . - „ HARTFORD -. ie s. Delm«j. t«r«« living room, bedroom, kitchen and basement. Call 254-8341. 45 _ 24 —•••• "'" '" ' '"' ' "'"•"'*EAST ALTO — On E«« ty 1 ?*Large living room, bedroom, bath, utility and Kitchen, Call 2M-834!. 45 - - 22 i -"" *"" ''''' —'"' '""*" FOR RENT — 2 room*. Inquire at 911 Humboli court, Alton. 111. 45 — 24 — 8/3 LAUNDERING FAMILY IRONINGS WANTED — And men's bundles, reasonable, experienced. HO 5-5259. BUSINESS SERVICE ;I2 BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 32 _ 8-15-63 CHURCH'S FURNITURE REPAIRING—REFINISHING TV. Appliances Serviced. 15 years experience. CL 9-982D. 32 — TF PARTS * SERVICE — Washing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners. 838 E. 7th — HO 2-4423 MIDDLECOFF'S FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVER CLEANER SERVICE 32 — 8-10-03 POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED — SHARPENED Authorized Toro Service Complete stock Toro. Lawn-Boy mowers, riding mowers, Harden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. HO 2-732H 32 — 22 HARTFORD — 18 SOUtft Large living room, bedroom, kitchen and basement. 15 — 22 •-'••••• NEAR ROXANA THEATRE 3 ROOMS & BATH — Tile floor*, cabinets, gas stove, otherwise unfurnished. 1st floor private, Nice. Open. $45, Apt. No. 1. 143 E. 3rd, Roxana. HO 2-6787 late .evenings. 45 _ 22 • —a*~ ' NORTH ALTON — 2 large rooms, modern, with bath, newly decorated, all utilities furnished, .lerseyvllie 1523R. 45 — TF • SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL I, 2, 3, Bedrooms. (3 bedrooms Includes PA baths), stove, refrlgerntor f ur n I s h e d. Most convenient. Shown daily. 832 Washington. 462-8632. 45 _ TP ********************** * SEVERAL APARTMENTS *• * AND HOUSES Available * * for Immediate occupancy * * In Alton. For further * * Information ' * Or ^. 402-9263 Evenings 462-8680 GENERAL REPAIR — Carpenter, plumbing, painting. small. Call 254-5662. 32 — 7-26 No Job loo SWIMMING POOLS Do It yourself kits, or Installed. Concrete, flberglas, redwood. Round splash pools. Any price range. Financing. Chemicals & pool equipment. DUGGER-BAILEY, Inc. DU 4-4662 CL 4-2860 SALES OPPORTUNITY WHAT WE OFFER YOU . . . TERRITORY: Madison, Bond, Fayette, Jersey and Calhoun Counties. Fully protected. PRODUCT: Nationally known office duplicating equipment and supplies. Area distributor located in St. I.ouis. COMPENSATION: Liberal draw on high commission rate. Excellent repeat; business. Car allowance. TRAINING: Complete to set you up as specialist In this field. WHAT WE REQUIRE: AGE: From 25 to a young 40. HEALTH: Good. AUTOMOBILE: Necessary. EXPERIENCE: Wide acquaintance among business men such as might come from selling office machines, stationery or printing, etc. RESIDENCE—Useable as operating base temporarily. OPPORTUNITY: Establish self as responsible repre sentattve o( high caliber nationallj known products of business and In dustry. Future plans call for estab lishment of a branch operation i this area. Write in confidence to: Box 1110 care Alton Evening Telegraph. 20 — 8 — 22 WANTED AT ONCE — Rawlelgh Dealer in Cottage Hills or Grafton Over 300 household necessities usec daily. Some dealers making J3.5C an hour and up. Write Rawlelgh Dept ILG 690-51, Freeport, III! nols. 21 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE 21 _ 22 — CARPENTER WORK — Painting repair work, custodian work. 14V4 years experience. CL 4-0474. 22 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE 22 — 8/5 • BADY SITTERS' REGISTRY — Call HO 5-3101 for competent, de pendabie people to care for children or elderly shut-ins, in your home. 22 — 22 COMPANION—For elderly lady, by day. 617 Liberty. HO 2-216G. 22 — 17 18 22 23 24 25 26 IRONINGS WANTED—Free pick-up & delivery. Reference. HO 5-5949. 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 sick, elderb and mothers with bnbles. 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 restaurant equipment with 2 new air-condl tloners, contact L, Adamson, at above address. 23 — 19 — 22 — 24 — 26 EAST ALTON HOBBY SHOP — Excellent location In good commercial area, excellent business already .established. This business Is a real opportunl ty that can pay for Itself in a short time. Call for details. COFFEE SHOP — In good shop pins center locution excellent busl ness and location. Call for details. AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY — Excel lent location, 18 washers, good established business In excellent condition ready to take over. Cal! for details. HALE REALTY CO. EAST ALTON CL 4-5115 23 — 22 BABYSITTER .WANTED—Age 20 to 50 years. 1 child. Must stay, $15, 466-3003. 18 _ 23 DILLKH—Bookkeeper, figure clerk (calculator). Receptionist. Clerk typist. Stenographers. Key punch. American Employment, 726 E. IJrodaway. 18 — 23 TWO—Licensed practical nurses and oiio part time licensed practical nurse for 9-month academic year. Write Montlcello College, Godfrey, HI., or call 400-3755, 18 — 23 WAITRESS WANTED—Apply in per. son or call HO 6-0382. II a.m.-eve, nliiK, Clifton Terrace Inn, 18 — 22 WANTED — Babysitter wanted to stay In my home, Reference!, 585-4933, 18 — 23 WANTED—Reliable woman to baby sll evenings In my home. Inquire 1212 Central, Alton, (rear). 18-23 WANTED — Experienced waitress, vicurl's Dining Room, Godfrey Ca£ 406-0128. After 4, 400-4829, WANTED — (ioutekeeper, to stay Some salary. HO 5-0126. 18 — 24 —« •',... —• 1 WANTED — Housekeeper, to «t«y Father & ton. 3303 Frtmor, HO s-2831 between 8-6, 18 — 32 WANTED — Dependable babyslttei In my hom«, Csll CL 4-37B4, $18,000 PER YEAR! Certified profit statements show you can net J18.000 per year liy properly operating a Little Plus Barbecue House. More than 1000 units bulnit opened. Company training and assistance Runrun- leed. About SB,000 rash will handle, (only $2080 down). Send name, address tmd phone number to Little Piss of America, 1715 Sterlck Memphis, Tenn. 23 — 26- FQR SALE OR IEASE — Wllshire Restaurant at Wilshire Shopping Center Drive-In and Dining Room Owner wants to sell for Health and other business interests. Call 269-6443 fo appointment. 23 %IP YO 27 . CAN SELL, have 51.50C to Invest, want to earn $1,000 o more pur mo, and cui *ti awards & premiums to give attendants nnd dealers for gulling : write box 790, care Alton Telegraph. sure to gWo your phone numbur Exnerltfced. Drl-Powr Distribute will Interview you regarding dls trlbutlon o( Drl-Powr Automotlv product*. ********************** UPPER ALTON—3 room upstaln apt. Newly decorated. Adults only. 254-0900 or HO 2-7162. 45 — 24 — UPPER ALTON—Large 5 room apt. Private entrance. Heat and water furnished. Adults only. Call HO 5-94:12 between 8 and 5:30 p.m. 45 — TF • Wilshire Colonial Apts. Air conditioned, drapes. Disposals. Stove .& refrigerator. Spacious llv- in« with basement storage Bob Dunn. CL 9-2987. 3 BUILDING — CONTRACTING 3 23 A-l CARPENTER REPAIRS Additions, roofing, tile, blocks, patch plastering, painting. Reasonable. 4G2-2901. 3 — 8-20 — BOB WOOD—Basement waterproofing and cement work of all kinds. 4GG-2407. J3 — 24 ———- —-~—~—-~ —~~-~^^^~^~~ CARPENTER REPAIR, block laying, concrete work, plumbing, new homes, painting. HO 5-2436. 13 — 8-12 CARPENTER WORK — Patch plastering, roof repair, plumbing work, blocks laid and cement work. Also interior and exterior painting. Call Charles Stormer. 4GG-1437. 33 — S/8 CARPENTER WORK — Repairing, remodeling, roofing, siding. No job too small. Estimates. 254-2303. )3 — 8/17/G3 CONRETE WORK OF ALL KINDS— Walls, floors, walks, porches, etc. Free estimates, HO 5-1290, HO 2-3483 Anytime. 33 — 24 DRIVEWAY AND YARD LEVEL ING — Also weeds mowed with tractor rotary mower. 259-1567. 33 — 25 48 FURNISHED APARTMENTS 4G — 24 2 ROOM FURNISHED APT. — Private entrance. All utilities paid. Baby welcome. 254-5045. 40 — 29 2 ROOM FURNISHED — Modern and clean. Ail utilities furnished. .$12.50 week. HO 2-1427. 46 — 25 . 2 ROOM—Furnished apartment. 636 Broadway, East Alton. CL 9-2987. 46 — 8-6 — 2 ROOMS — Utilities furnished. $12 weekly. 302 E. 13th. 40 — 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. 462-9877. 46 — TF : 2 ROOM—Nicely furnished apts. All utilities paid. HO 5-7331. 46 — 26 2 ROOM—Furnished apt. in River. Utilities furnished. ELECTRICAL HOUSE WIRING — Painting, carpentry, contracting. Free estimates. HO 5-7991. 33 — 8/10 — GUTTERING — Rooting, painting, odd- .Jobs, repairs. Reasonable. Prompt service. 254-3649. OECORAT1NG M 34 — 8/12/63 BEST IN DECORATING — Paint ing interior and exterior. Paper hanging and removal'. Free esti mates. Reasonable prices. 466-1134 34 _ 8-24 Wood . $8.50 weekly. 462-9877. 46 — TF 2 ROOM EFFICIENCY — Downtown location, $60 month. Real Estate Exchange. 462-9797. 46 — 23 3 ROOM FURNISHED APT.—Hath, utilities. Ground floor. East 4th. Alton. CL 4-6195. 46 — 24 3 ROOM FURNISHED APT.—Prl- vale entrance. Full bath. Heat, all water furnished. Excellent local- tion^ HO 2-2281.. 46 — 25 3 ROOM—Modern housetrailer. CL 4-9448. 46 — 24 DIAL HO 2-1656—From 5 to 9 p.m for your money's worth in good exterior, interior painting and decorating. 34 — 7/27 : PAINTING. PLASTERING—Removing wallpaper. No job too small. Free estimates. 466-2852, 462-9657. 34 — 7/31 utilities 27 paid. 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-UPHOLSTERING — 132 E. Elm. Ph. 462-8235. HEATING & PLUMBING 25 37 37 GAS & OIL FURNACES — All kinds of plumbing & repair work. Wllkenlns Plumbing & Heating 465-3232. 1641 Washington. All 46 — 3 ROOM—Furnished apartment. Private bath, entrance, utilities. Jn Alton. CL 9-2100. 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, 16 — TF 3 ROOM — Heat, hot water, close in, off street park, adults. Wlnkler Apts.. 700 Alby. Wood River. 46 — 22 ROOM MODERN APT. — First floor. Close to Industry. 1422 E. 4th. 46 — 2!) 4 LARGE ROOMS—Upstairs. Heat. water furnished. HO 2-6513. 46 — 22 38 HOME BUILDING SERVICE 38 — 7/30 A-l CARPENTERS — Improvement of homes, old or new. Siding. roof- Ing, repairs, painting, etc, Free estimates. CL !)-01l)0. RENTALS — 27 SLEEPING ROOMS EXCEPTIONALLY NICE sleeping room for gentlemen. Private entrance. 801 College. HO 2-1307. 4! _ 8-9 ROOM — 2 blocks from downtown Wood River. Private entrance. Dial 254-2366. ROOM—Furnished apt. on 100 E. Hawthorne, Hartford. Cl. 4-4797. rear entrance). 46 — 23 ATTRACTIVE — 3 room furnished apt. Utilities furnished. Adults. 842 Lewis. Wood River. 46 — 24 •URN1SHED—2-room walk-In basement apt. Private bath. Rent free. In exchange for baby sitting, Must pay all utilities Couple, or lady with one child. Phone HO 2-7706 before 2 or after 4. 46 41 22 ROOMS FOR RENT—Refrigerator on each floor. TV room. Ill Hawthorne, Hartford. 41 — 26 SLEEPING ROOM—For 1 or 2 girls. 401 E. 3rd. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS — 1 43 43 1 LARGE HOUSEKEEPING ROOM —Bath, private. Apply 709 Henry. 43 — 25 2 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS —For rent. Also 1 sleeping room, front rooms. Apply 606 Belle. 43 — 27 HOUSEKEEPING ROOM — At State. 402-0108. 514 4.1 APARTMENTS—FLATS 45 _ 29 , 2 ROOMS—Kitchenette. Upper Alton. Garage. Excellent neighborhood. Near Industries, Upstairs. 465-1046. 45 — 23 2 APTS. — 3 and 3V4 rooms, private entrances, on busline, utilities Included, $45, $55. HO 2-3233. 45 _ TF . 3 ROOMS—Upper Alton. Heat & wa ter furnished. $45. Real Estate Ex change, 462.979", 43 . . 2? . . LARGE ROOMS—With large closets & bath. Upstairs. With range. HO 5-5602. 45 — 29 3 LARGE ROOMS—With paneled porch. Downstairs. Heat, water furnished. Hlg yard with garage. Very clean. $75. HO 2-6513. 45 — 8/5/63 3 ROOM MODURN — Private entrance, heat and water furnished. Adults, 405-7051 after 6, 24 31,11 ROOM UNFURNISHED APT.— Private entrance. Newly decorated. CL 4-2064. ___ ^____ 4 ROOMS & BATH— Small child welcome. $75 monthly, limit, water fur- nlBhod. HO 2-0050. __ 4 ROOM—Unfurnlshed apt. Heat, water. gn». garage furnished. $85 mo. 254-2467. ' 4 ROOM APARTMUNT - funilsheil. $70 month. Ulllltlus paid or will leu»e whole how for $85. -165.8006. __ 5 KOO'M APT, — Built-in electric kitchen. 1270 W. Bin, $85 mo. Can toe uuytlmu, 48 — 8X5/03 . . BEAimFUL-Vn'urnUhed 4 room •pt. Oarage. Alr-coiidltloned. Ex ?rujlv« location, HO 84ti8. 3 ROOM FURNISHED—Private entrance and bath. 410 E. 3rd. HO 2-9362 or HO 5-9872. 46 — 26 3 ROOM MODERN FURNISHED APT. Reasonable. 1312 Russell. HO 2-3702. 46 — 24 3 ROOM FURNISHED—Private entrance. Call HO 2-6984. 46 — 23 3 ROOMS—Clean, well furnished. 465-2995. Very clean, $75. 8-2- MOTEL APARTMENTS TV, telephone. Air-conditioned. By day or week. Near Industries. Hartford. CL 4-6224. 40 — 24 NICE 3 ROOM—Furnished, knotty pine. Kuriiue apartment, clean. adult couple only, no pets. Dial CL 4-7960. 46 — 22 ________ UPPER ALTON—3 furnished rooms. iVi blocks to business district. Private entrance. All utilities furnished. Adults only. Available Monday. HO 2-2444 or HO 2-6025. 46 24 VERY NICE—3 room furnished apt. East Alton. Adults only. $65. CL 4-5553. 40 — 24 , , — WOOD RIVER—3 room furnished duplex. Private bath and entrances. Ground floor. Partially carpeted. Water furnished, $55 month, 466-3648. 46 — 8-24 — 617 BOND ST.—3 rooms, private bath. Utilities furnished. $48 mo. 47 HOUSES FUR RENT 47 — 20 ROOMS & BATH—For rent, Ph, HO 2-4746. 47 — 29 ROOMS & BATH—Newly redecn- ruted. Utilities furnished. Adults only. CL 4-6352. 17 _ 24 -, , — •5-ROOM BRICK HOUSE FOR RENT —Water furnished. $40 monthly, CL 4-5308. 47 _ 23 —i . .i —.i — BKDROOM HOUSE—For rant or contract for deed, Call CV4-0268. 47 _ 22 : "mill... « , ROOM HOUSE—Oeorgfl Streit, CL 4-4020. 47 '_ 20 _^™-^.,—„„. ..n..., ROOM—Unfurnished house. Phone HO 2;2402, ' 4 ROOM PUPLEX -.£•«" Alton. wn. After u p.m. Ct. 4-3403, 47 — 24 ROOM—AH modern hou»«. monthly. CL 4.0»o:i. JOB I ROOM—Modern house In Jtriey- vlllu. 111. Coll CL 4-40fl7, 47 - . furnace. 40 KckhurU, Wood Rly*r. Kay ut Holland & Holland'* Office, HollHiid Bldu., 0 S, Av«., Wood Rfver, 47 _ 23 ,.,. FOR LEASH Wood ftlv*r a * 3-bedrofm brlslj homes, In Ciodfruy find. Hojewpoil urta. jt>»» «Mt>th; m$M' GOOD Moilorii B roUQLllWUM fl(¥f j butlroumi. net* heal 47 - e4 ' ri \

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