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ALTON EVENING Jude Monroe Now 3rd Circtdt Chief EDWARDSVILLE — Circuit judicial system adopted by a state- Judge James 0. Mbnre Jr. of Col- lltisville has been chosen chief judge of the Third Judicial District under revision of the state NEW WOOD RIVER SIGNS Fred Taylor, left- and Martin Hartinann, officials of the Wood River Downtown Businessmen's Assn., look, on las three-hour parking limit signs which replace parking meters, are installed. The association has agreed to pay for the signs which were installed by city employes Wednesday on Ferguson and Lorena Avenues. Netvs of Grains Futures Are Bit Mixed CHICAGO (AP)—Grain futures prices became somewhat mixed today in early afternoon activity on the Board Of Trade although soybeans held about hall the strong advance at the opening. Brokers said there appeared to be a little more profit cashing and perhaps some short selling as demand slackened all around. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 41 cars, corn 116, oats 64, rye none, barley 6, soybeans 1. CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat No' 1 red 1.80-80&; No 2 red 1.79^-80; No 1 yelhw hard 1.92^-93. Corn No 2 yellow 1.31%. Oats No 1 extra heavy white 67^-69; No 2 extra heavy white 68?i; No 4 extra heavy white 67. No soybean sales. wide referendum last November. Selection of Judge Monroe was made by circuit and associate df- cuit judges of the "circuit" that covers Madison and Bond counties and filed with state court administrator A. tf. ttarno in Springfield. Judges making the selection Soybean oil 8%b. CHICAGO (AP)— Low Prev. Close close Cambridge Troops n Rotated CAMBRIDGE, Md. (AP) - A three-day rotation of Nationa Guard troops began today in this racial trouble spot, as city officials .began a campaign of quiet presuasion to preserve a truce. Some 400 National Guardsmen departed today, leaving 500 in the city., Col. William Boykin said mother 300 would leave Friday md 230 others Saturday, with a resh 400-man. battalion arriving Saturday. . Mayor -Calvin W. >Mowbray and >ther< town officials endorsed an agreement, with Negro leaders announced Tuesday in Washington. ["he were working to head off a wtition drive which would jeop- irdize the truce by blocking a :own charter amendment open- Ing restaurants, hotels and motels to Negroes. . City Attorney C. Awdry Thompson said today much of the work was going on behind the scenes. "It ,would be tragic," Thompson said, -'if the referendum were held and the charter amendment defeated." The equal public aocomodation amendment is the key point in the agreement, signed by white and, Negro, leaders, in the Washington office of Atty. Gen. Robert FV Kennedy Tuesday. 'A group of 500 businessmen iave vowed to force the amendment to a referendum by gather- ng 750 signatures of registered voters on petitions. If the amendment is not petitioned, it will take effect Aug. 20. Negro leaders have indicated they will adopt a wait-and-see at- dtude even if the amendment is forced to a public vote. • . . Rail Union Official Won't Admit Defeat ST. LOUIS (AP)-A top rail union official acknowledges that the brotherhoods might lose their battle with the railroads in a work- rules dispute if Congress acts on President Kennedy's plan, but he refused to -concede defeat. H. £]. Gilbert, head of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Five- men and Enginemen, called the »-k~ .... . . . . ,, President s plan for referring tne . _ ^_ dispute to the Interstate Commerce Commission for binding settlement over a two-year period, another form of compulsory arbitration. "We -will not disobey the law' should Congress enact the plan into law, Gilbert said Wednesday "But you can't shackle my hands where I can't raise them and then tell me I'm free to de fend myself." "Whftt has been recommendec and wfiat will be enacted are two different things," he said. Gilbert said the five unions af fected by the proposed work rules changes are "unalterably opposed" to President Kennedy's plan. He said- the proposal/if enacted into law, would establish the In terstate Commerce Commission ae a labor court whose members are selected from fields unfriend Jy to unions. "This would be only the firs step," he said. "We would wind up with labor courts throughout Uu» country." Gilbert made his statements ii a news • conference at the close o: UK> international convention of hjj union. TJw ; world's greatest rawfal recorded in one month,, was 366 iBfta'-lpXautirijM *«#«« du ^Ing Jujy 180}, News of Stocks Late Rally Falters NEW YORK (AP)-The stock market rally faltered late this afternoon but prices remained irregularly higher as trading slowed. Volume for the day was estimated at 3.8 million shares compared with 2.82 million Wednes- dav V.UJ.. Gains and losses of key stocks went from fractions to about a point. Chrysler converted a gain exceeding a point to a loss of more han a' point. Chrysler, one of the most active stocks in today's session, served as a kind of .market pivot, other key stocks giving up gain, too. General Motors erased an early gain and traded about unchanged. The market was higher at the start as news came of another )ostponement of the railroad strike deadline. Prices rose vigorously and the ticker tape was ate. The buying rush simmered down quickly, however. .Losses of about a point were .taken by Boeing and International Nickel. 'Down fractionally were General Electric and U.S. Gypsum. Xerox held a gain of about 2. Up a point or so were IBM, Illinois Central, Pfizer, Phillips 3 etroleum and Standard of Indiana. Ford, US. Steel, American Smelting and Union Oil of Cali- ornia were among fractional gainers. Prices on the American Stock Exchange remained generally ligher. Corporate and U.S. government wnds advanced. Prices on 16 Mutual Funds Following is a list of 16 mutual investment fund stock quotations provided to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook Co. through its Alton office. These stocks are selected on the basis of their sales and ownership in the area. The quotations are yesterday's closing. Issue. Bid. Asked. Affil. Fund 7.97 8.62 Broad St 13.91 15.04 Bullock 13.10 14.35 Capit. Shrs. 10.90 11.95 Divid Shrs 3.33 3.66 Fid. Cap. ....... 8.53 9.27 Fid. Fund 15.76 17.04 Fid Tr 13,96 15.17 Fund Inv 9.65 10.58 Keystone K-2 .... 5.10 5.57 Keystone S-4 .... 4.10 4.48 Mass Tr 14.50 15.85 Mass. Grth 8.02 8.77 Nation W. Sec. .. 22.33 24.15 Nat. Inves 14.99 16.21 Tevev. El 7.28 7.93 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. quotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook & Co,, from its Alton office. (The New York Exchange closes at 2:39 P' m ' -(Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 120, Gen. Motors 68%, Granite City Steel 26%, Olin Mathieson Chem. 40%, Owens- Illinois 80, Shell Oil 44, Sinclair 45, Socony 69%, Standard Oil (Ind.)) 59, Standard (NJ) 69*4, U, S. Steel 45%, Sears 87%. South Africa's largest' wildflower show this year will be held Sept. 19-21 at Cape Town In connection with the golden jubilee celebrations of the famed Kirstenbosch Botanic Gardens. NAIROBI — • A dusk to dawn curfew has been clamped on in Kenya as a result of recent riots that claimed. 52 lives here, J K 1 £ 1 1 .LAS W VllAav \sl*f Wheat Sep 1.78% 1.76% 1.76?i 1.76 ! Dec 1.84% 1.82% 1.82% 1.82' Mar 1.87% 1.84% 1.85% 1.86 May 1.80% 1.77% 1.78% 1.78' Jul 1.55 1.52% 1.52% 1.52' 1964 Sep 1.56% 1.54 1.56% 1.54 1 Corn Sep 1.26% 1.24% 1.24% 1.24' Dec 1.16% 1.15% 1.15% 1.15 : Mar 1.19% 1.18% 1.18% 1.18' May 1.22 1.20% 1.20% 1.20 s Oats Sep .65% .65% .65% .65 C Dec .68% .68% .68% .68! Mar .70% .69% .69% .70 May .69% .69% .69% .69? Rye Sep 1.28% 1.26 1.26% 1.267 Dec 1.31% 1.28% 1.28% 1.30} Mar 1.34 1.31% 1.31% 1.33 1 / May 1.32% 1.31 1.31 1.332} Soybeans ..-•-• Aug 2.68% 2.65 2.65% 2.62} Sep 2.69 2.63% 2.64 2.60? Nov " 2.67 2.62% 2.62% 2.59? Jan 2.67% 2.65% 2.66 2.62? Mar 2.70% 2.67% 2.68%' 2.65 May 2.73% 2.70 2.70% 2.67? Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 11] (AP) — (USDA) — Hogs 8,000 slow; barrows and gilts 1-2 190-24 Ib. 19.00-50; 65- head 19.60; No. 270 Ib 18.35; No. 1-3 170-190 1 17.50-18.75; No. 1-2 150-170 1 16.00-17.75; 120-150 Ib 13.25-16.25 few 16.50; sows 13 275-350 1 16.00-75; few to 17.00; 350-400 1 15.00-16.25; 2-3 400-500 Ib 13.5C 14.75, few 15.00; 500-625 Ib 12.75 13.75; boars 11.00-14.00; few 14.25 50. Cattle 900; calves 175: slaughte steers good and choice 950-1,10 Ib 23.00-25.50; choice mostly 25.00 50; slaughter heifers mostl choice 750-850 Ib 24.00; cqws util ity 13.00-15.00; few commercia 15.50; bulls utility to good 16.50 18.50; good and choice vealer 23.00-27.00; few choice 28.00; gcxx and choice calves 18.00-23.00. Sheep 400: spring lambs smal lots good and choice 80-105 1 19.00-20.50. Produce Prices A O f • At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) — Eggs an< live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades, A larg 36-37, A medium 27-29, A smal 17-18, B large 28-29, wholesal grades, standard 27-28, unclass fled farm run 24-24%, checks IS 21. iu n-fn j'.c'n, uo V6r IDS 9-10, under 'o-.lDS 7-5; commei cial broilers and fryers 16-17. Tot Drinks Portion Of an Antiseptic A 2-year-old Alton boy opened bottle of antiseptic and drank portion of it late Wednesday afte noon before his parents could sto him. Kevin Brenner, son of Mr. an Mrs. Louis Brenner of 337 Dry St obtained the bottle off a cabinet Little Kevin was taken to S Joseph's Hospital where his ston ach was pumped and then he we released. Ford Has Best First Quarter NEW YORK (AP)— Ford Mote Co., first of the Big Three aut makers to report earnings for th three months ended June 30, mad more money than in any otlie quarter of its 60-year history. The company announce! Wednesday that it earned $155. million, equal to $1.41 a share This compared with $140.6 million or $1.28 a share, in the 1962 sec ond quarter, the previous high. Sales of $2,339,800,000 were IE per cent higher than the second quarter of 1962, also a record. Eighty-three pep cent of the population of Haiti lives on farms- Ib Ib were Circuit Judges Joseph J. 6arr and Harold R. Clark, County Judge Michael Kmney, Probate Judge Austin Lewis, County Judge Foss Meyer of Bond County and City Judges 1. H. Streeper of Alton and Fred Schuman of Granite City. All city, county and probate judges Will be associate circuit judges under the new court system effective Jan. 1, 1964 under the "Blue Ballot" judicial amendment adopted by voters of Illinois in November, 1962. Judge Monroe will assume his duties as chief judge beginning Jan. 1,1964. Circuit Judges Harold R. Clark and Joseph J. Barr will serve as chief judge under present plans to rotate the position, with one of them to succeed Judge Monroe next April. Judge Monroe will participate In slate-wide planning sessions this fall prior to the new operations of the judicial system. Local meetings involving changes under the new system are also scheduled for tills fall. ' "The change-over could result in considerable turmoil arid, confusion for two or three years, or it could result in a smooth and fairly expeditious transition.to the finest trial court system in America," Judge Monroe said today. Judge Monroe, who lives in Collinsville is former president of the Madison County Bar Association and served as secretary to the chief justice of the Illinois Supreme Court in 1955. The new chief judge served with the U.S. Treasury legal staff in 1942 and the U.S. British-Formosa war crimes unit investigating Japanese atrocities in 1946. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES legal A 18 23 8-1 per- §ep. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby slven to fill Mr- son; that the first Monday m sep* tember. 1863 Id the Claim Data in the estate of JOHN H. HELLRUNOj.be- ceased, pending in the Probate court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date With issuance Of summons. Dated this llth day of July. 1963. PRANCES A. HKLLRUNO Executrix. Attest: DALE HILT . Probate Clerk Thomas & Mottaz. Attorneys Legal — 18 25 8-1 •***—».* •« • 4 NOTICE OF CLAIM BATE Notice Is hereby given to all sons that the First Monday In tember, 1963 is the Claim Date In the estate of ORPHA M. MYERS, Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of summons. Dated this llth day of July, J963. CARL J. MYERS, Executor. Attest: DALE HILT Probate Clerk Thomas Ac Mottaz, Attorneys Legal — 18 25 — NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FEDERAL AID ROUTE 164 OREENE COUNTY In accordance with the requirements of the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956, a Public Hearing will be held on Tuesday, July 30, 1963 at 10:30 a.m. In the Firehouse in Greenfield, Illinois, to discuss the proposed location of Federal Aid Route 164 (Marked United States Route 67) In Greene County between Illinois Route 108 and Chestnut Street in Greenfield. This improvement will remove existing deficient horizontal and vertical alignments, and provide a 24' wide pavement with 10' earth shoulders, and necessary Incidental Items to accomplish .the proposed cross-section, , ' A location map showing the proposed Improvements is available for examination at'the office of the Division of Highways, 9300 St. Clalr Avenue, French Village, East St. Louts, Illinois. " All Interested parties are Invited to be present or represented at the above time and place, including representatives of Federal, State, County, and Municipal agencies, as well as civic groups and property owners. Any person desiring to make a statement, for or against the project, will be given an opportunity to do so. Oral statements will be heard and recorded, but for the accuracy of the record, all Important facts and arguments should be submitted In writing (n quadruplicate. WM. S. KRAUSE District Engineer Illinois Division of Highways East St. Louis. Illinois. Legal — 18 25 8-1 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS VILLAGE OF EAST ALTON. ILLINOIS SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT PUMPING STATION, SANITARY ANNOUNCEMENTS 10 LOST-STRAYED—STOLEN LOST blftck* tickin Mtier . whit* wit black head and ears , Vicinity of Bel* Partc n CL 4-1680. 11 _ a-15- NOT1CBS FREE WASTEPAPER PICK UP- At your home, also commercla accounts'. 468-3621. Alton Wait Paper Co. 11 <*> 25 NOTICE—From this day forward will not be responsible for an debts contracted by any one ,othe than myself, signed .this 23rd da of July, 1963. Louis Day. ir Hampton St., Alton, 111. JULY°WATKINS SPECIALS Vanilla and spices and nltc clu Cosmetics. Free delivery. 466-181 or 465-6763. 11 — 8-20 PRIVATE CONFIDENTIAL 1NVES TlGATlONS—Downstate Investlga tlon service. 618-AT 8-9155. Lie. Bonded. Owner, D. A. Landers. RIDERS HA UA — 27 RIDE WANTED to McDonnell Air craft, Building 101, 4 to 12 shlf CL 4-1527. HA —26———— RIDER.",—To St. Louis from Woo River, Roxana or Hartford. 7:4 to 4:30. CL 4-5300. EDUCATIONAL I2A INSTRUCTIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL — 18 TREASURY DEPARTMENT. IN. TERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: On July 1, 1963, one 1955 Ford Sedan, Serial No. M5MC 165335, with .accessories, was seized in Madison County. Illinois, for violation of 49 U.S.C., Chapter 11. Any person claiming an Interest In said 'property may file a petition for remission or mitigation of forfeiture, or file a claim and deliver a $250.00 cost bond, with the undersigned on or before July 31, 1963;''Otherwise the property will be forfeited and disposed of according to law. Walter E. Boerger, Acting Supervisor In Charge, Alcohol and Tobacco Tax, P. O. Box 1144. Chicago, Illinois. Legal — 18 25 8-1 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all persons that the first Monday In Sep^ tember, 1963 Is the Claim Date In the estate of G. F. BURNS a/k/a GEORGE FRANKLIN BURNS. Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of summons. Dated this llth day of July, 1963. ROBERT E. BURNS, Executor. Attest: DALE HILT, Probate Clerk. i George M. Berry, Attorney. Legal NO. 367 — 7-25 '63 MADISON COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE "BOARD OF APPEALS 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 9th day of August, 1963, at the time and place below noted for the purpose of hearing arguments for and/or against the following proposed changes In the above ordinance. At 2:00 P.M. on the Petition of Wendell Durr, authorized counsel for Anthony Boslch, owner of record to be granted a special use permit for commercial feeding of poultry (Appendix "B" Section 2.7 of Zoning Ordinance) on the following described property. A tract of land described as follows: Commencing at the Northwest corner of Section 12, Township 4 North Range 9 West of the Third Principal. Meridian, Madison County, Illinois; thence East 10 feet to the East line of the County Road; thence South along the East line of the County Road to an intersection with the South line of Mangan Avenue: thence Easterly along said South line of said Mangan Avenue 409.3 feet to the point of beginning of the tract herein described; thence Easterly along said South line of said Avenue 274.0 feet; thence South 1142.50 feet to the South line of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 12; thence Westerly 274.0 feet to a point 419.3 feet East of a stone at the Southwest corner of said Quarter Quarter, section; thence North ' 1142;76 feet to the point of beginning, In Madison County, Illinois. (Chouteau township). This property Is located on a township Road about Va mile South of Cemetery In South Roxana, Illl nols. The Hearing will be held In Con ference Room of Madison County Highway Department, Court House, Edwardsville, Illinois. Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals. per Harry Taake, Chairman 23rd of July 1963. Legal No. 368—7-25-63 AND STORM SEWERS DIVISION A — SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT AND PUMPING STATION DIVISION B — SANITARY AND STORM WATER SEWER IMPROVEMENTS Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Village Clerk of East Alton, Illinois In the Municipal Building until 2:00 p.m., COST, on Autjst 15, 1963 for the construction of a sewage treatment plant and sanitary and storm water improvements. Instructions to bidders, form of proposals, plans, specifications and form of contract may be examined at the office of Sheppard, Morgan & Schwaab, 215 Market Street, Alton, Illinois. Copies may be obtained from the office of : the engineers, upon/deposit of $20.00. •'; The amount of.-the deposit for one : set of documents will be refunded to each party submitting a bid to the Village for the Improvements described herein, upon return: of the plans and documents In good condition within ten (10) days after the letting. A bid bond, cashier's check, or a certified check made payable to the order of the Village of East Alton, Illinois, In the amount of Ten Per Cent (10%) of the gross amount of the bid,' must be deposited by each bidder with' his bid as guarantee that in case the contract Is awarded to him, he; will, within ten (10) days thereafter, upon receipt of written notice of award, execute such contract and furnish 'a satisfactory contract bond: Upon-failure to do so, he shall forfeit the deposit not as a penalty, but as liquidated damages, and acceptance of the bid will be contingent upon the fulfillment of this requirement by the bidder.- The checks or bid bonds of all excepting the three (3) lowest formal .bidders will be returned within ten (10) days after the opening of bldsy and the remaining checks or bid bonds.will be returned within three (3) days from the date on which the executed contract and the required bond have been finally approved by the Village of'East Altqn. The successful bidder will be required to pay all laborers, workmen and mechanics performing work under this contract, not less than the current prevailing rate of wages as has been determined by the Wage Determination decision of the Secretary of Labor which Is on file In the office of the Village Clerk. All proposals must be made on forms furnished by the Engineer. The Village Board reserves the right to waive or not to waive any Irregularities In the bids and to reject any or all bids and to determine which Is the lowest, and best i>ld or combination of bids, for the Improvements. By Order of the Village Board of the Village of East Alton. Illinois. CHARLES A. VANPRETER. •, President of the Village Board 12A — TF Mon. thru _ I, B, M. KEY PUNCH — Burroughs, N.C.R. Bookkeeping Machine ST, LOUIS SCHOOL OF AUTOMATION (As Seen on TV) 6427 Hampton, 508 N. Grand CALL COLLECT FL I-1197 or OL 2-5454 12A '-V25 . .—; -*; — IBM ELECTRONIC OPERATORS NEEDED We train men and women, 18-45, a IBM Electronic machine operator and technicians. Full or part tlm training. High school education no necessary. High earnings. Enro now for Inexpensive course/ Fre employment .service. For full in formation without, obligation, . WRITE MILLER SHOOLS . (Automation Division) Box. 1160, care Alton Telegraph Give age, address, phone and occupation. EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE 17 _ 16 — 22,— 25.- LABORER —' Unskilled' and .semi skilled. Salary $2,10/$2.30 pe hour. Resident of .Alton.. Gooc Physical condition. Able to read and write. Some mechanical ablll ty. Grade school education deslr able. • Driver's or chauffeur's He ense. Secure application from Civl Service Office, Room 204A, Alton City Hall between 11 A.M. and 3 P.'M., Monday, Wednesday or Frl day. No application accepted after 3:00 P.M. July 31, : -1963. Written examination scheduled for Augus 6, 1963. "•' v • CIVIL SERVICE,, COMMISSION Don Koppenhaver, Chairman 17 — 1 PERMANENT OPENING—For firs class body mechanic. Only firs class need apply .'.Write Box''1050 care Telegraph. . . .v 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE 18 —.27 -^— i-r—- ii —= BABY SITTER' — Permanent, de pendable. 5-day, week. $15. 1 child in my home. Own transportation Milton area. 462-7568, between 5:30-9.' 18 — 25 BABYSITTER WANTED — 3 children, stay. 8 a.m. til 12 noon. Dla CL 4-6939. 18.— 25 — WAITRESS WANTED—Apply Red top Cafe, 1201 Belle St, 18 — 27 ' WANTED — Baby ; sltter to stay In my home. 589-4933 or write Box "ses, Bunker .Hlll.v 18 — 27 IN LOVING MEMORY 5 ^^ nK _ . IN LOVING MEMORY of Lel»nd R. Dawson, who passed away July 25, 1962. His loving face we hope to see again, Though the days have passed away. Sleep on, Dear Dad, and take your rest. They who miss you most Are the ones who loved you more. Wife, Children & Grandchildren FUNERAL DIRECTORS 5 _ g/1 FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS—$5.00 up. Rexroat Flower Shop. 466-3789. 2712 Godfrey Rd. MONUMENTS — CEM. _ 26 LOTS FOR SALE—3-grave lot In Valhalla, $175. 259-6636. PERSONALS 7 — 7/27 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5-1612. 7 — 8-26 ! - NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice Is hereby given that' the Board of Appeals of the City'of •Alton, Illinois win'hold a Public'Hear- ing on August 13, 1963 at the hour of 7:30 P.M. In the Council Chami bers at the City Hall Building in Alton, Illinois, to consider granting a permitted exception under 'the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Alton, to Illinois Power Company, The specific appeal 'requested Is for an exception to the permitted uses in an R-2 Single Family Residential District, as set forth In Article XXI, Section - 4, paragraph 2a, of City Ordinance No. 2911, as amended, being the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Alton, Illinois for the proposed Installation of a steel tower and electrical transmission line across certain land along a section of the south and northeasterly City limits of the City of Alton, Illinois. All persons Interested In the aforesaid requested exception to the permitted uses In an R-2 Residential District will be afforded an opportunity to be heard at said Public Hearing, Dated at Alton, Illinois (his 25th day of July. 1963. BOARD OF APPEALS CITY OF ALTON ILLINOIS By /&/ Joseph V. Schulz Its Chairman Legal No. 369 July 25 26 29 '63 • SEWER CLEANING EQUIPMENT The Village Board of Roxana, llll< nols wishes to receive bids on fur- LICENSED DETECTIVE — Legal Photography. W. E, Burt.- 2006 Washington RENT Cameras, projectors, accessories, FOSTER'S DRUG STORE Alton's Photo Center, HO 5-2583 230 East Broadway. Alton 7 — 7/25/83 TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (form erly Dex-A-Dtet). New name, same formula, macy. only 98c. Honke Phar- WANTED .BABY SITTER; — ;'Mus have own transportation. Call — 259-3750 after 6 p.m. . ... 18 — 25:— ': . --. WANTED—Carhops, waitresses. Ap ply Riverside Drive-In, or Sunshlm Coffee Shop. ' ItA • SALESLADIES 19A — 25 Attention Young Ladies 18-23—Free to travel for large Mid west firm. .Must, be neat, and per sonable..Immediate cash'advance drawing account. Average earnings $100 weekly. No experience neces sary. New car furnished. Musi leave Immediately. See Mr. Becker at the Mineral Springs Hotel Frl day only, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Parents welcome at interview. HO 5-6611 for appointment. 19A — 8-3-63 TOY DEMONSTRATORS — Show the finest toys, books and games at toy parties. We have discount prices on many of. the'Items'we carry. See the BEST. See TOY CHEST. Write Box 1070 care of Alton Telegraph. SALESMEN 20 20 — 27 AAA-I Texas Oil Company Needs man over 30 as traveling representative. Write F. I. Dlckerson, Executive Vice President. Southwestern Petroleum Co., Box 789, Fort Worth, Texas. 20 — 25 - : - — BOYS — VETS. — TRAVEL 18-23— Permanent position wlith large Midwest firm. Must be single, neal and aggressive. Free to travel the Northern resor.t area. No experience necessary. New car furnished. Immediate cash advance, drawing account. Average earnings $125 week. Must leave Immediately. See Mr. Becker, Mineral Springs Ho tel, 10 a.m. -6 p.m. Friday only. 20 — TF SALEMAN WANTED — New and used cars. No 'experience- necessary. Age 25-35, See .Ed Black, Trotter Motor Co., Wood River, CL 4-3811. 20 — 27 3 FULL-TIME REAL ESTATE sales people. Good opportunity. Idea! working conditions. Call for appointment. Ted Price, HO 2-0624. 21 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE 21 — 30 -^ . CARPENTER WORK — Painting, repair work, custodian work, 14V$ years experience. CL 4-0474, 21 — 27 ~-•*— • JAMES COLEMAN wants w.ork ol any kind, Call HO 2-0263. , . 22 SITUATIONS WTD.T-FEMALE 22 - 8/5 . '-.' " ' 1 BABY SITTERS' REGISTRY — Call HO 5-3101 for. competent, dependable people to care for chllr 'dren or elderly shut-Ins,' in your numu. • i , , „ • 22 — 17 18 22.23 2425 26 - IRONINGS WANTED—Free, p}qk-up 8 RUMMAGE * PASTRY SALES 8 — 27 — RUMMAGE SALE 20" window fan, Spanish guitar in good condition. 120 bass accordion, Thursday St Saturday, 9-5, Friday 9-9. 1714 Washington. 9 SOCIETIES and LODGES 9 — 25 .. .-• j-. . •-«— gular of theJBoard to be held at 7:00 P.. August 7, 1963. Specifications may 10 obtained from the Village Clerk. Ir» KlUam. Village, Clerk FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 25 AF&AM -rSpecla! , meeting Thursday. July 25, 7 p.m. Work In second degree. Visiting freshments. welcome, Re & delivery. Reference. 22 —*26 HO LADY WILL' BABVSITi DAYS— Or hgusecleanlngjs, ftosewobd Heights Area. Reference. CL 9.3025, 22 ,-.25 WANTED—General; hpusework and Ironings. Friday, :Sat., Sun., Mon., Tues.^ HO. 6,1939. V i,, . 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 23 — 2$** . , FOR ;$AfcE OR ihire ': 'Shopping ^ Drive-In and Dining Room, Owner wanti to wll> for Health and qther bujinesf Interests, Call 259-6443 for ^appointment, ' ,.'; ^ WAYNB H, HARPER. W,M, LOST w in the Mton and Upper ""- Alton area, white with jlght sppts, , mjiilng ilnge Friday. HQ a FINANCIAL 2S BUSINESS OPPORTUNlTlEi 23 *— 27 " - 1 r FOR SAL! tAftA SUPPIR GlUi Route 140 For details call,. . . „ JOHN A. HUNTJttal AStaie ABSnby Belleville ADams 3-8448, or Verionl64 Krupp, Abaml 4 23 — 28 GOING BARBECUE BUSINESS.^ T«k« best offer—leavlft* towfl. C»l 466-1171. 23 M* T/ffi Il-F-T-ri^- 1 - •-£:•' -" -•-"-'•"-"• '•"•*'• IF YOU CAN SELL, hftvfi to invest, want to earn $1,000 b more per mo. and cash award* ft premiums to give attendants . dealers for selling;, wflte bo* 790, care Alton Telegraph. . Be sure to give your phone number Experieeed Dri-Powr Distributor will Interview you regarding dls tributlofl of Dri-Powr Automotlv« products. 23 — 25 PAPER DISTRIBUTION—In Great ar Alton area. Sunday Post Dls patch & evening; write Box 1080 care Telegraph, 23 — 26 SERVICE STATION—Major brand Doing good business. Will sell fo Inventory. 259-1261 after 7 p.m. PERSONAL SERVICE St DRESSMAKING—TAILORING 30 — 26 DRESSMAKING AND ALTERA TIONS Done for adults, children and Barbie dolls. 372*3148. 30 — 7/30 DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pant cuffed, Reasonable, References. If my home. CL 4-4034. LAUNDERING 31 31 8/3 FAMILY IRONINGS WANTED — And men's bundles, reasonable,. ex perlenced. HO 5-5289. BUSINESS SERVICE BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 8-26 32 32 BULLDOZING—Clearing and grad Ing of all kinds. Call George Long fellow. HO C-7162. 32 — 8-16-63 CHURCH'S FURNITURE REPAIRING—REFINISHING TV, Appliances Serviced. IB year experience. CL 9-9829, 32 — 8/1 DRIVEWAY AND YARD LEVEL ING — Also weeds mowed wit* tractor rotary mower. 259-1887. 32 — .25 Electrolux Sales & Service FRANKLIN RINTOUL CL 4-4466 32 — 27 IF YOU WANT your furnace 'clean ed call HO 6-1198. 32 — TF ——— PARTS & SERVICE — Washing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners 838 E. 7th — HO 2-4423 MIDDLECOFF'S FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVER CLEANER SERVICE 32 — 8-19-63 POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED — SHARPENED Authorized Toro Service Complete stock Toro, Lawn-Boys mowers, riding mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. HO 2-7326 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. DUGGER-BAILEY. Inc. DU 4-4662 CL 4-2860 32 — 29 TERMITE CONTROL—5 day spe clal. Any size house treated for ter mites for $99. Also special on roach control. Allied Pest Control. Phon 462-9353. S3 BUILDING — CONTRACTING 33 — 8-20 BOB WOOD—Basement waterproof Ing and cament work of all kinds 466-2407. 33 — 30 CARPENTER WORK—30 years ex porlence. Can give references Home -Improvements of any kind CL 4-1708. 33 — 8-12 CARPENTER WORK — Patch plas terlng.'roof repair, plumbing work blocks laid and Cement work. Alsc Interior and exterior painting. Cal Charles Stormer. 466-1437. 33 — 8/8 CARPENTER WORK — Repairing remodeling, roofing, siding. No job too small. Estimates. 254-2303. 33 - S/17/63_ CONRETE WORK OFiALL KINDS-i- Walls, floors, .walks;' porches', 'etc Free- estimates; HO 5-1290, ,— HO 2-3483 Anytime. 33 — 25 ELECTRICAL HOUSE WIRING — Painting, carpentry, contracting Free estimates. HO 5-7991. 33 — 8/10' GUTTERING '-i Roofing, painting odd jobs, repairs. Reasonable Prompt service. 254-3549, ,, •....-, DECORATING 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 DIAL HO 2-1656—From 8 to 9 p.m. for your money's worth in gooc exterior, interior painting and'dec- orating. 34 — 7/27 'AINTING, PLASTERING—Removing wallpaper. No job too small. Free estimates. 466-2852, 462-9657. — 7/31 PLASTERING 'AINTING. Wallpaper remoylni. Work guaranteed. Free estimates, Alton. East Alton, Wood River. 254-8189. 38 FURNITURE WORK 8 —.8/9 WINCHESTER'S CUSTOM RE-UPHOLSTERING — 132 E. Elm. Ph. 462-8235, 37 HEATING * PLUMBING 37 —. 25 GAS & OIL FURNACES — All kinds of plumbing & repair work. Wilkenlng Plumbing. & Heating 465-3232: 1641 Washington. 37 — 31 LAST WEEK OF FURNACE SALE ^-100,000'BTU gas furnace, blower, controls and thermostat, As low as $139.95: Others'- on sale. Free estimates. Community Plumbing and heating, 125 Central, Bethalto. DU;4-9223. ? '•••' s U HOME BUILDING 8ERVICB 38 — 7/30' A-l CARPENTERS — Improvement of homes, old or,new. Siding,. roof- Ing, repairs, painting', etc. Free estimates, CL 9-6190. STORAGE — MOVING 8-26-63 4* 40 . . ... Free Estimate 'Call'HO 2-8340 PRES BELCHER • Agent -For,' '' YON DER AHE VAN LINES World Wide Movera 1018 Elliott Ave., Alton, 111, RENTALS 4! SLEEPING ROOMS ~~ 25 FOR RENT—Nice dean -sleeping room.with phone privileges, ILEEPING RQOM-330 LanadOIJ, • *•— 26 LEEPING ROOMyFpr | or 2 girls; 1 — 26 WANTED — Christian lady share my home. Do own cooking CL 4-2898. ' ', 43 — 8/1 > HOUSEKEEPING Bom".St, C,a» — 9 — 25 RENTALS ttiUftS&AVi --jjjjy^gjggj RENTALS U««i «as 47..;* j *»CTBffV(Pia TaipM .HO 8-Bflra. ' ....^,. J ^_--_ 47 —.28 —- --'-'-"''^ entrance, 9flva» ; It, . J«th, shopplflf center 3 LARGE RbOMS-*With * J*flel*<l Dothiuifi. tttat, water.fur- Adults: 488-7981 aftef 48 ' 'furnished . ^^. K - Modeffl, $48 tHb. Chjl dren welcome. • 284-3378. 103 4.ROOMS. E Miple, Hffiford. 45 — 25 I KUUiVia.o* on JLII—u»*v*_Vi stairs. $B5. 485-2272, 4B54B JB ha . - --^" "~ •" 4 ROOMS, SATM^Bft*eni*Bt, t* rage, va short St., Wood River. :ja. ^,26 4 ROOM—unfurnished « r; water. BBS. garage furnls mo. 2B4-2467. 45 — TF Heat, $8i B ROOM—Heat and water, Adults Close-in. $65. Wlnbler Apts, 700 Alby. 45 — 8/1 ALTON — 3 large walk-out base went rooms. Private entrances I/ 2S4-7ai2.,/ • ___ EAUTIFU-ufn»j , apt. .Garage, Air-conditioned, EX elusive location. HO B-B426. 45 — TF T Th. S AIR CONDITIONED, _ 1, 2. 3-BEDROOM APTS.-'NeW low rentals. No leases required. Dls play apartment open. Mrs. Dial, Manager Phohe 462-6244 ' Hours 2-7 P.M. Dally Except Monday WASHINGTON MANOR COURT APARTMENTS 48 — 25 EAST*"ALTON - on E. Drive Large living room, bedroom, bath utility and kitchen.: . HARTFORD — 18 S. Delmar. Large living room, bedroom, kitchen and basement. .Call 254-8341. ' 45 — 25 EXTRA NICE DUPLEX APT. — $8 mo. Must be seen. HO 2-5864. 45.— 28 M6DERN—3 room. apt. Private en trance. Heat and water paid. Cal HO 8-3461. 45 —'27 NICE 3 ROOMS & BATH — 831 Henry. HO 5-2239. 45 — 25 •to «"« AU ••••• ' „ . ROSEWOOD HTS.—3 room BPt. Fill bath. Private entrance. Adults only. Phone CL 9-3010. 45 — TF' SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL 1. 3. 3 Bedrooms. (3 bedrooms, include,' 114 baths), stove, refrigerate, furnishe.d. Most convenient Shown dally. 832 Washington. 462-8632. 48—TP •k SEVERAL APARTMENTS *> AND HOUSES Available if for immediate ' occupancy if in Alton. 1 For further it information. CALL 462-9283 . Or Evenings. 462-8680 *>*^^****^^^HH!r***i UNFURNISHED HOUSE—In Wooc River on bus line. 2 rooms am -kitchenette. 945 Ferguson. Phone HO 2-4287. After 5—HO 2-8271. 45 —'27 UPPER ALTON—3 room upstairs .-.apt. Newly decorated. 'Adults only 254-0900 or HO 2-7162. 45 — TF Wilihire Colonial Apts. East Alton I &• 2 Bedroom Furnished;or '-'•"' Unfurnished Air conditioned, Drapes, disposals stove & refrigerator. .Spacious llv Ing with basement storage.. Bol Dunn, CL 9-2987. 46 FURNISHED APARTMENTS 46 — 29 r-i T-r— 2 ROOM FURNISHED — Modern and clean.' 'All utilities'furnished 512.50 week; HO 2-1427. ••--.; 46 — 8-6 2 ROOMS — Utilities furnished. $12 weekly. 302 E. 13th. 46 — 26 2 ROOM—Furnished apt. Utilities furnished. $8.50 weekly.' 462-9877." 46 — 30 2 ROOM FURNISHED APT. : — HO 2-6617. Apply 632 E. 5th. . ''•-•' 46 —•««--' ' • -•- •• '•' '• • ; ''- ' '' •• '• 2 ROOMS'* SUN PORCH — Private bath,"private-entrance.- 208 .Illinois Ave., East Alton. 46 — TF 2 ROOM—Nicely furnished apts. Al utilities paid.--HO 5-7331. .i- 26 '—^ ——— : •—— 21 ROOM—Furnished; apt. in Wood River. ; Utilities furnished. . $8.50 46 —TF 2 ROOM EFFICIENCY — Dow»town location, S60 month. Rea Estate Exchange. 462-9797. 46 — 31 : 3 LARGE ROOMS—Furnished. Al utlltllles furnished. HO 2-4790. 46 — 26.3 ROOM MODERN FURNISHED APT. Reasonable. 1312 Russell. HO 2-3702. 46 — 27 3 ROQM-r-Furnlshed apartment. Private bath, entrance, utilities. In Alton. CL 9-2100. 46 — 8-27 3 ROOM MODERN—Furnished apt. Couple. 820 E. 6th St. 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 — 27 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT— 5 minutes to Upper .Al. ton,: built In stove, oven and .refrigerator, carpeted 32 ft. living room, patio, garage. ' $125' month, 465-2979. ' ' ' 46 — 25 4 ROOM—Furnished apt.(Utilities paid. Private .entrance. 1 Garage, Parking facilities. Bus route. Close In. $20 weekly. Ph. 'HO 3-6965. 46 -*' Utilities' paid. Garage, s-/No' children. $90 mo. .CL 4-0857, CL 4.-2071, , 48 —i. ; ; 4 LARGE ROOMS—Upstairs.. Heat, water furnished, Very clean. $70. FURNISHED—tfr'pdm • apartment 3121 College, 462-5083.' Adults only. 46 — 26 FURNISHED 4 ROOM—With bath, private entrance, carport,' Couple CL<.9 :. ' : '^' 46 — 8-2 MOTEL APARTMENTS TV, telephone, AJr..QQndJtJoned. - *.. day or week. Near Industries, •Hartford. CL 4-6224, e ,v 4 ;) < - •, NICE 3 ROQM—Furnished, knotty :plne, garage :aparahentt clean, adult couple onlyj.no peU/ Dial CL 4-7960, 46 —. 8-24 -M !...;.,.-, ,, , ,„,., . „ 617 .BOND ST.-r3 rooms, private ROQM*HOUSE—TIIe'.flQQrs.- Clean. 189 (Jtfulding.'Eajt 'AltQn, CL-4-6207, j7 — 27..uii.in mi I) i. ,r ,'. i .. 3.RQOM-? flujre at, .RO"OM (HOUSE ft heat, 1* large bedroojhpcafpetlng, air conditioner. $70 mo, _Apton in •ROOM 8 miles Jensen,' — 29 HOUSEKEEPING ROOM DUPLEX -r p,m,, pfc ROOM DUPLEX—MO. 502 Price Place. East Alton. CL 4-4964, 26 ROOM MODERN HOME^-Carport. . HWH. 170 mo. 308 p»nn .' flPXB.na. 402/8180. , tQUSBKEBPINO R.OQM. State, 463-0108.'^ . , upper Al» Carage. - Excelent neighbor' ood. Near indUJtrfea. 'Upstairs. , - ... Pgy^vvm. wwRBfj 18 Waihngtoo," OpeE iHmwt&rWt' m&ti&xm*>wii FOtt TSSF , 47 - 600D mile north of Go 87 ' 486 - 1073 SMALL 8 B ROOM HOUSE-lJpper Alton area. Large yard. HO 2-4T81. WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RBNT - 3-bidroOm Godfrey or Rosew.oqd Heights area, $150 per month • bracket. Reply Ashland Oil and Refining, 828 r Henry St, Alton, ill. _ YOUNG MAN desires to rent a-rrn. apt. within Alton city limits, or close to limits. Must be clean. , HO 2-0692 between 8 A B p.m. REAL ESTATE SALE 81 BUSINESS PROPERTY ,^, 66 — 7/31 •• —-' _'"" Exceptional Bujfnen Let EAST ALTON—Main highway. Con. venieat to offices, stores, school^ federal apt. development, banns a post office. 113 ft, 'ronting on St. Louis Ave. at Gouldlng. Ideal Tor shops, drlve : ln. oflces, filling sta. tlon, etc. Owner retiring. Price, reduced to $19,600 for quick sale. CL 4-5212 From 9 to 5 57 FARMS and LAND 87 ~ 2B FARMS FOR SALE 274 ACRES—194 In cultivation. 8- room modern house. Can be purchased on contract for deed. $65,000 20 ACRES—With 2 room club house and small lake. 6 acres In cultivation. Will sell on contract for deed. $6,000 23 ACRES—With 7 room modem home. Also several barns. 'Hag small pond. $26,600 . Also numerous other farms and acreage. CLYDE S. METCALF AGENCY 112 N. Main St., Edwardsvllle, 111. Ph. 656-5178 or 656-5014 Farms: Walter Maurer, HU 8-2198 57 — 26 — RETIREMENT PARADISE—8-year- old all .modern 3 bedroom home. Nice bar and chicken house. 74 acres valley and timber land. 1 mile from county seat on mall and school bus route. For sale by owner. Call or write to Sam Graham, Steelvllle, Mo. • 57 _ 26 i •• 40 ACRES—5 room modern house. 6 miles west of Knmpsvllle. V* mile off Route 96. 25 acres tillable. Rest good pasture. Fenced and plenty of • water. Will sell on contract. Call 613 Hamburg, or write Everett Hobbs, Kampsvllle. or CL 4-1966. H LOTS FOR SALE 58 — 27 FAIRVIEW DRIVE—Hillside build- Ing site. 170 ft. frontage. Many trees. $3,500. Call HO 2-8133. 58 — TF ; —— Godfrey Area—Large Suburban Lots 100-ft. frontage 'and over. $850 to •$1050. Call 466-0091. 58 — 30 MARIANA HILLS — 3 choice building lots. Close In, 466-2882. ' " 58 — Thurs. Frl. Sat. tf Aug. 8— r— ' 2 LOTS'— 120 ft. frontage. 270 ft. deep. PR 2-3331. 58 — 8-15 7^4— : 2 LEVEL LOTS — On Marquetta ' Drive. New subdivision, restricted to brick. HO 6-9429. 58 — 27 VACANT LOT — Over 1 acre. Kendall Hill Subdivision, Wood. Rlv«r. .Phone HO 2-4287. After 5 . . . HO 2-5271. M HOUSES FOR SALE 89 — 2B FOR SALE BY OWNER — 3 bedroom brick ranch type with attached garage, full basement, large corner lot, old Bethalto Road, 1 • block '-off highway' 140. Newly re-; decorated, financing may be arranged, priced for- quick sale,;' $16,000. Call CL 0-2294. ; 59 — 27 r-r • ; REDUCED "BY , OWNERS ' bed-; room stone and frame. Large lot.: Carpeting. Small down .payment.', .Contract, or will lease with option? to-;buy. 466-2945. : >,,/ : 59.— 25 — -*— —: -^ —i OWNER IS SELLING 4 room frame.'" Garage,. Alumln- m, siding.; Fenced back -3 yard. Basement den'.' Close to- RoseiVood School and shopping' area, v572 Spruce/ St.-,'•'• Rosewood' Heights.; CL, 9-1000." •;", 't- 59 _ 29 -—V • '""'• > ' —— NO MONEY DOWN—Income prop-: 1 erty for sale. HO G-8540. 59 — 25 • • — : 4 ROOM BRICK—Full basement, carpeted living room, tile bath, attic fan,' Can be'bought from owners for $12,700. 2220 Alby. HO 2-7556. 59 — 29 ; ; ,'• 4 BEDROOM—Mlddletown area,Close to public .and parochial ' schools.. Will consider contract for' deed.qr trade, V. J. Wardeln, 307 Henry St., Room 300.-Ph, 465-2988;' 59 — 25 ;IVY HEIGHTS — Large Colonial home, air -conditioned, carpeted,', large Tec. • room with fireplace,' beautiful view $32,000, •269-6568.' :' : ' 59 — 26 ' WHITE HALL '; 4 ROOM MODERN—Enclosed porch.' breeze way,, attached garage. Alum- ,-InunV'Sldlng. Fine level lot, plenty shade & shrubbery. Basement, gas heat. Close to business section;' DRake 14-6086 after 6 p.m., or-wrlte: Harry \W. Yancey. P, 0. Box 236,; • White Hall. 59 — 27 BY OWNER— 7 room modern brick; 449 E; 3rd," Alton. Sacrificed at $12,500.; '. 59'— 28 - - - 1 PRICED TO SELL — By owner. Brick. 5 rooms .& bath. Carpeting,' air ; conditioners. Alum, awnings. Gas • heat. Close to schools and churches. On Buena vista. Call HO 2-6006, " 59' — 27 > .. .... . - „ - ^ 7* ROOM MODERN HOUSE— West S art of Jersey vllle, Qn paved street; all JerBeyvflle, III. 1380. 7 89 '— 8 -- * - r*. - ,', B ROOM BRICK— 1% baths. Gas heat, central air conditioning, at. ? — 7/25 MIDDLETOWN — Choice location.* *LpvelyJo|der home or 2 complete partments, $29,000, HO 2-8844. *' ' 30 ^ 8/5 ,_ FOR SALE BY OWNER — modern, partly furnished, baie* jpt. 284.6678. 488-8883. j ^QR QUICK' SALE H, "led bath and new oil bajernent, Excellent HU 2*0903* 26 e, house, half basement, ..gal jatfe.vgag (urnace,. new wiring} 69 1 °? y - AU °- n ' 8M - 8 ' aa " J *IORTH RODQERS AREA— 3 be£< rool' '