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ALTON EVENING Ricks to Join Bank Staff at East Alton CWtdfl L. ftlcks, tth6 has been associated with OUn Maihiesoti aftd Its frredecessof cornpanle tor 2? yeafS, will joltt the staf of the Illinois State Sank at Eas Alton. Me assumes his new du ties Aug. 12, Mis father, Lesley L. ttlcks, was assbclated with the Illiti6l& State Sank for 18 years prior to his death in 1942 Upon graduation from Eas Alton-Wood River Community High School, Ricks joined the former Western Cartridge Co as a clerk in the accounting department In 1936. Me was callec to service with Alton's Battery F Field Artillery In March o 1941 and served four and one- half years; He served 14 month in the Asiatic-Pacific theatre and 13 months In the European thea tre and received the European ribbon with three Bronze Stan and Air Medal with Oak Lea Cluster. He was discharged as first lieutenant. Upon return from service Ricks was assigned to Olin' credit department. He became assistant credit manager in December, 1949, and was appoint ed credit manager for the Eas Alton Plants in 1954. Ricks attended Shurtleff Col lege, taking several courses in accounting and business. In ad dition he has completed a num ber of other special courses in credit management, security analysis, modern banking and monetary system and a person al Investments course. Mr. and Mrs. Ricks and son Michael, reside at 129 Wood River ave., East Alton. He is a member of the Roxana Presbyterian Church. California Legislature Deadlocked By MORKIE LANDSBERG SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — An all-night standoff between assembly Democrats and Republicans plunged California's Legislature into a deep new deadlock today over state spending. Assembly Speaker Jesse M. Unruh, D-Los Angeles, backed by his Democratic majority, invoked a parliamentary procedure and locked up Republicans in the House overnight. He acted in a futile effort to force the Republicans to vote on a $106 million increase in Gov. Edmund G. Brown's $3.14 billior state budget. The GOP bloc vowed to hold back the required two-thirds mar gin until terms for a proposed $100 million school support bill were unveiled by a conference committee. Unruh insisted on passing the budget bill first. Charging that seven unnamed Republicans doublecrossed him, he told newsmen he intended to keep all opposition members in the assembly "as long as the legislature is in session." Unruh barricaded the Republicans under a rule providing for "a call of the house" — a device to bring in absentees to vote. Doors are barred, Sergeants-at- arms stand guard to prevent anyone from leaving. Unruh allowed Democrats to leave for dinne. Refused passes, Republicans munched on sandwiches. In cards, dozed, recited poetry anc carried on a nightlong war o: nerves. between, members played UPS AND DOWNS LARAMIE, Wyo. JP — It's short walk across town in Lara mie now. One gasoline company has opened the Downtown Serv ice station—just across the stree from a rival company's Uptown Service station. CLIFF L. KICKS Inflation Feared on Increase NEW YORK (AP) — New gov eminent statistics invite fear that inflation may be straining a the leash again. Businessmen seem agreed tha it probably won't get loose. Bu they concede there has been more price raising in recent month than there has been in a long time. The government cost of living index for June took its biggesi spurt in months, reaching a record high of 106.6 per cent. This specific figure, strongly in- 'luenced by an unusual increase in sugar prices, can't be taken :oo seriously by itself. But businessmen are studying the index for what it reveals about the overall pattern. For years that pattern has been deflationary, many businessmen say. There has been a buyers' market, with stiff price competi- ion, since about 1958. During this period, wholesale >rice indices slipped downward and retail averages held about steady. The cost-of-living index inched upward, but this was almost exclusively because of high- r charges for services (haircuts up 12 per cent, hospital care up 2 per cent, etc.), shelter and tax- s. Food prices have been almost teady for several years. Real estate prices kept rising onger, partly because of property taxes, but by last year, they too had about flattened out. U.S. Steel tried unsuccessfully to boost its prices bringing the historic clash with President Kennedy in the spring of 1962. This spring, the steel industry tried again but on a smaller scale. This time it worked. Shortly afterward, aluminum producers, gingerly raised some >rices. Some brass and copper makers followed suit. Then came more aluminum boosts. At about the same time, sugar prices zoomed from near-record depths to near-record heights. Some see a new inflationary climate emerging from these devel- ipments. Many economists say this is illusionary, however. "It's certainly a lot easier to raise prices now than it was." said one, "but this is not any rend. At best, it's a very moderate drift." The sugar and cocoa these economists say, are rises, highly ndividual things, having little to do with the general economy. And both, especially sugar, appear to be headed downward again. Many business economists sum up the price-level situation this way: Competition, both foreign and domestic, will make it hard for producers to push their price; very high very fast. The high level of unemploymen' will discourage labor unions from pushing their demands too vigor ously and forcing prices up. i STATE OF ILLINOIS COUNTY OF MADISON ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT HELEN BOLTON, A , Plaintiff •VS- MELVIN BOLTON. Defendant DIVORCE Chancery No. 63-C-454 To: MELVIN BOLTON The requisite affidavit having been filed, Notice Is hereby given you, MELVIN BOLTON, Defendant n the above entitled cause, that he above suit has been commenced n the Circuit Court of Madison County. Illinois, by the said Plain Iff, HELEN BOLTON, against you. praying for divorce; that said suit 3 numbered 63-C-454 In Chancery. and Is still pending, and that MELVIN BOLTON, Defendant. Is to be served by publication. Now therefore, unless you, MEL VIN BOLTON, said Defendant, file your Answer to the Complaint or otherwise appear In said suit in the said Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois, held in the Court House n the City of Edwardsvllle, Illinois on or before August 23, 1063, default may be entered against you at any time after that date, and a Decree entered In accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. Dated this 18th day of July, A.D. 1963. WILLARD V. PORTELL, Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Madison County, Illinois. VICTOR J. MOSELE Attorneys for Plaintiff Wiseman, Hallett & Mosele 620 E. Third, Alton, Illinois. Legal 31 '63 CLEAR SITE FOR PARK Meadowbrooh youths are shown field, tennis courts, basketball court, clearing a tract of land being developed picnic area and a large play area. One by the community for a park that will section is being set aside for a swim- include a community building, baseball ming pool to be built in the future. Negro Offers Job To NAAWP Head GARY, Ind. (AP)—The presi dent of the Gary chapter of the newly organized National Associ ation for the Advancement o. White People has a picket-line offer of a job with a Negro news paper. The head of the white protest group, George Staab, 29, was fired Tuesday morning when he reported for work as an advertising salesman for the suburban Herald Newspapers. He said Editor Leigh Plummer told him his NAAWP activity was the reason for his discharge. As Staab supervised the start of NAAWP picketing at Mercy Hospital, City Editor Martha Williams of Into, a new Negro weekly pub- ished in Gary, offered him a job. Staab did not say whether he ,vould accept the offer. The Catholic hospital reached an agreement with several civil rights organizations Monday night on a policy of non-discrimination. The NAAWP started picketing Tuesday, protesting that its observers had not been allowed to sit in on the negotiations. The organization planned to con- jnue picketing each afternoon until its represetatives are allowed ;o join such discussions. However, the hospital and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People indicated the talks have been completed. The NAACP called the agreement "a meaningful begin ning" toward the "elimination of segregation and discrimination." A similar agreement was reached Saturday with Methodist Hospital. The NAAWP planned to picket Methodist Thursday unless lie hospital should its demand for a agreement. comply with copy of the The pickets at Mercy Tuesday carried signs which said, "Equal Rights for Whites and 65 Per Cent of the People had no Voice." About a dozen white men and women took turns carrying placards. One picket and a Negro reporter exchanged words, but Anti-Castro Body Formed In Florida MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — Organization of a new anti-Castro movement that would punish slackers was announced today by Cuban exiles. The group is headed by Dr. Carlos Marquez Sterling, who helpec frame Cuba's last constitution and who was an unsuccessful candi date for president in 1958. there were no incidents. The hospitals have agreed not to practice discrimination in any form for reasons of race, creed color or national origin. The hospitals previously had admitted Negro patients, but the NAACP and other civil rights organizations had accused them ol discrimination in room assignments. Boy Stumps Space Stars With Einstein PASADENA, Calif. (AP) —Einstein proposed it, the scientists 'orgot it, but a 10-year-old Pasadena school boy remembered that energy equals mass times the speed of light squared. The result: Developers of an on engine for powering space craft are going back to their calculators to revise time tables for space travel. Billy Warren, a fifth-grader, stumped the scientists at a boys club lecture. Ronald S. H. Toms of Electro- Optical Systems, Inc., had just linished a talk on "ion propulsion" when Billy asked: "If we were to use ion propulsion to go to the stars, wouldn't we approach the speed of .light and so, according to Dr. Einstein's theory, wouldn't the space craft mass increase? Then wouldn't the mass of foe propel- ant increase and reduce the specific impulse?" Admittedly surprised, Toms said the point was valid and "one we had not taken into considera- ion in our research studies." His firm has developed an ion engine which uses positively charged atoms of cesium for power. Toms said application of - the Einstein theory will "greatly increase the time of the journey as seen from the earth," because the leavier mass of craft and propel- ant will reduce engine thrust. Billy went to the lecture with lis two younger brothers. They're »th considered gifted, or highly ntelligent, students. Billy doesn't have that rating, yet. SLICED IN HALF Trooper Ray McMuJ- ton, Ky, TJie cabin section which carried examines the tail section of a light Moran to his death is in the background. plane which was out in two by a collision Two men in the other plane were not with another craft, killing its pilot, the hurt and their plane was only slightly Ray, Kdwln WMter Moran, 41, kexing- ^damaged, (AJ* Wirephoto) ¥ ' Plan Probe Of Voting Fraud Case MOUNT VERNON, 111. (P) — Circuit Court approved todaj State's Atty. Jay B. Stringer's re quest for a 'special grand jurj study of vote fraud charges. I is his second attempt to bring tin issue to trial. Judge Caswell J. Crebs se Sept. 4 for the jury to convene He overruled protests from attor neys representing candidates election workers and voters whom Stringer began arresting in May Fifteen persons were named by a previous grand jury on charges ranging from buying votes at $1 each to listing false addresses Stringer said irregularities generally involved absentee ballots. The indictments were quashed June 25 on a technicality involv ing dismissal of some jurors. Defense attorneys had protested th jury was politically influenced but the complaints played no di rect role in the dismissal of in persons indicted are dictments. The 15 Democrats, two of them candi dates who were re-elected supervisors in Mount Vernon Town ship's April 2 election. Stringer is Jefferson County Re publican chairman. Sheriff Dewey E. Barton who selects specia grand juries also is Republican Attorneys had charged the previous grand jury was stacked with Republicans. Lawrence Starman, attorne; for some of the defendants, sug gested that Crebs name a specia prosecutor. The judge said he would consider a formal petition on the suggestion. Starman said Stringer is too personally involved. Stringer has denied politics is involved in his election study. He had filed a charge against one Republican candidate, but the man was no indicted. Democrats swept the election despite the charges. The victory helped Democrats maintain firm control of the county Board o Supervisors. The county body names regu lar grand juries. The previou special grand jury was approved by Circuit Court after Stringe complained the county board had picked a jury stacked with Dem ocrats. St. Louis County in Financial Troubles ST. LOUIS (AP) - tely 2,600 St. Louis Approxima- County em- ployes may not get paid today because of the fight over the county tax rate. County Supervisor Lawrence K. Roos said he will meet in an emergency session with the county council to try and settle the dispute. County Treasurer Thomas C. Dunne said he had not received the necessary assurance from four banks that they would supply the money in anticipation of taxes to be paid at the end of the year. Dunne said this is the usual way of financing the cost of county government. Most county employes have two paydays a month, with about $500,000 needed to meet each one, Dunne said. Dunne had drawn up tax anticipation warrants for $1,440,000 to meet the two August payrolls, and to pay other county hills. He said he expected the four banks which handle this business would give the usual notice that funds were being deposited in the various accounts. Dunne said this kind of borrowing has been going on sinca March, with money to be paid off Feb. 1, after taxes are in. The warrants are usually accompanied by a letter from a law firm saying all is in order and the money should be provided, Tuesday, however, the law firm raised a question about the settle ment date, saying that if threat ened litigation materializes, i might have to be later than Feb 1 before funds are available ti back up the anticipated taxes. A new tax rate of $1 02 per $10 assessed valuation was adoptee by the current administration, bu challenged by the Democrats minority on the council, The new rate was approved 4-3 with the three Democrats voting against the measure. Following the vote, the Democrats raised a question about its validity. Thei argument was that it was an emergency action and needed five affirmative votes rattier than the four it received. Missouri Attorney Genera Thomas F. Eagleton has been asked for a ruling on the validity of the new tax rate. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES Legal — 17 24 31 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all persons that the First Monday in September, 1863 Is the Claim Date in the estate Of CHARLOTTE E. GROSHANS, 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 loth day of July, 1863. HENRY H. GROSHANS. Executor. Attest! DALE HILT, Probate Clerk Jacoby, Patton & Manns, Attorney (Frank L. Manns) ANNOUNCEMENTS 1962 LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES Le8ftl-17243I NOTICE OP CLAIM }>Atfi Notice Is hereby given to all per- on* that the Flrat Monday Jn Sep. ember, 1983 is the Claim Dftte in he estate of OEOROE J, THOMAS, leceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, ami that claims may »e filed agnlnst the said estate on or before aid date without Issuance of sum- m Dated this loth day of July, 1983. GRACE SWORTS THOMAS Executrix. Attest! DALE HILT, Probate Clerk . Jacoby, Patton fc Manns, Attorney Harry W. Patton) .egal — 31 '63 PUBLIC NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION 963 HUNTING SEASON FOR DEER The 1963 open seasons for the tak- ng of deer by use of shotgun load;d with rifled slugs shall be: the Irst three day period November 8, 9 and 10, and the second three day lerlod November 29, 30 and Decem The 1963 open seasons for the tak ng of deer by bow and arrow de vices shall be during a period from October 1 to November 2, Inclusive, and during n period from November 11 to December 31, Inclusive, except that It shall be unlawful to ake deer by bow and arrow devices 'rom November 24 to December 1 nClU9 'wiLLIAM T. LODGE, Dlrec tor Department of Conserve tlon. Legal 31 8-7 U '63 PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLE V—REGULATIONS PER TAINING TO THE TRAPPING SEASON FOR HARVESTING FUR-BEARING ANIMALS IS SUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 2.01 OF THE GAME CODE OF ILLINOIS. MINK, MUSKRAT. RACCOON, OPOSSUM, SKUNK AND WEASEL It Is unlawful for any person to trap mink, muskrat, raccoon, opos sum, skunk and weasel except from 12 o'clock noon November 20 to 12 o'clock noon December 31 In thos counties designated In the Northern Zone; and In the Southern Zone from 12 o'clock noon November 25 1963, to 12 o'clock noon January 10 1964. . RED OR GRAY FOX Red or gray fox may be taken by trapping methods throughout th entire year. BEAVER It Is unlawful for any person t take beaver except from 12 o'cloc noon November 20, 1963, to 12 o'cloc noon March 31, 1964, in those coun ties designated In the Northern Zone and In the Southern Zone from 1 o'clock noon November 25, 1963, t 12 o'clock noon March 1, 1964. Beaver shall be taken only wit spring traps during the season pro vlded. The foregoing regulations are es tablished In accordance with; th Game Code of Illinois and person violating these provisions are sub ject to the penalties provided bv Section 56 of that code. The laws supplementing this Ad mlnlstrative Order are to be founc In Chapter 61 of the Illinois Re vised Statutes. WILLIAM T. LODGE, DI RECTOR DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION. Legal — 31 '63 PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLE IV—REGULATIONS PER TAINING TO THE HARVEST ING OF CERTAIN SPECIES OF WILDLIFE BY HUNTING IS SUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 2.01 OF THE GAME CODE OF ILLINOIS. PHEASANT It is unlawful for any person to take pheasants, except cock pheas ants may be taken with shotgun dog, or shotgun or dog, or bow arrow from November 16 to De cember 19, both inclusive, excep that there shall be a closed season in those counties where deer hunl ing is authorized on November 29 30 and December 1. On the first day of the open season pheasants shal be taken only between the hours o 12 o'clock noon Cenral Standard Time and sunset Central Standari Time. It is unlawful for any person ti take more than 3 cock pheasants ii any one day. No person shall have more thai 3 cock pheasants (or any parts there of) In his possession on the openlm day of the season, or more than cock pheasants (or any parts there of) at any time thereafter. HUNGARIAN PARTRIDGE It is unlawful for any person t take Hungarian partridge, excep with shotgun and dog, or shotgun o dog, or bow and arrow from No vember 16 to December 19, both in elusive, except that there shall be closed season in those countie where deer hunting Is authorized o November 29, 30 and December 1 On the first day of the open seaso: Hungarian partridges shall be take: only between the hours of 12 o'cloc: noon Central Standard Time am sunset Central Standard Time. It is unlawful for any person t take more than 2 Hungarian part ridges in any one day. No person shall have more than Hungarian partridges (or any part thereof) in his possession on th opening day of the season, or mor than 4 Hungarian partridges (or an parts thereof) at any time there after. BOBWHITE QUAIL It is unlawful for any person t take Bobwhlte quail, except Bob white quail may be taken with shot gun and dog, or shotgun or dog, o bow and arrow from November 1 to December 31, both inclusive, ex cept that there shall be a close season in those counties where dee hunting is authorized on Novembe 29, 30 and December 1. On the firs day of the open season, Bobwhlt quail shall be taken only betwee the hours of 12 o'clock noon Centra Standard Time and sunset Centra Standard Time. It is unlawful for any person t take more than 8 Bobwhlte quail 1 any one day. No person shall have In his pos session more than 8 Bobwhlte qua (or any parts thereof) on the open Ing day of the season, or more tha 16 Bobwhlte quail (or any part thereof, at any time thereafter. RABBIT it Is unlawful for any person t take wild rabbits, except wild rab bits may be taken with gun an dog, gun or dog, or bow and arrow from November 23, 1963 to Januar 31, 1964. both Inclusive, except tha there shall be a closed season 1 those counties where deer huntln Is authorized on November 29, 3 and December 1, It Is unlawful for any person t take more than 5 rabbits In any on day No person shall have more than rabbits (or any parts thereof) in hi possession on the opening day o the season, or more than 10 rabbit (or any parts thereof) at any tlm thereafter. GROUND HOG Ground hog may be taken hunting methods throughout the en tire year except that there shall be r closed season In those countie where deer hunting Is authorized o November 8, 9, 10, 29, 30 and Decem ber 1 RACCOON. OPOSSUM, SKUNK AND WEASEL (Hunting Only) It Is unlawful for any person t hunt raccoon, opossum, skunk o weasel except from 12 o'clock now November 15, 1963. to 12 o'clock nooi January 31, 1964, except that ther shall be a closed season In thos counties where deer hunting Is au thorlzed on November 29, 30 December 1. RED OR GRAY FOX . , Red or gray fox may be taken by hunting methods throughout the en tire year except that there shall be a closed season In those countie where deer hunting Is authorized on November 8. 9, 10, 29, 30 and Decem ber 1. The foregoing regulations are es tablished In accordance with tm Game Code of Illinois and person violating these provisions are sub Ject to the penalties provided by Sec tlon 66 of that Code. The laws supplementing this Ad Se? SFSF a? Ms' vised Statute^ Q RECTOR DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION, Legal No. 366-~July 24, 31. Aug Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Telegraph Want A<Js "CLICK" ANNOUNCEMENTS Badly. HO . NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all per sons that the First Monday In Sep temberg 1903, Is the Clnlm Date in the estate of JOEL LEE TURNER Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois and that claims may be filed agatns the said estate on or before sail date without Issuance of summons Dated this 26th day of July, 1963 OREN F. TURNER, Administrator. Attest: DALE HILT, Probate Clerk. Wiseman, Hallett & Mosele, Attorneys By: Victor S. Mosele. Legal No. 366—7-24 31, 8-7 '63 — IN THE CIRCUIT COURT STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) SS: COUNTY OF MADISON HELEN BOLTON, Plaintiff -VS- MELVIN BOLTONr Defendant DIVORCE CHANCERY NO. 63-C-45 To: MELVIN BOLTON The requisite affidavit having bee filed, Notice Is hereby given you MELVIN BOLTON, Defendant ' the Circuit Court of Madison Count, Illinois, by the said Plaintiff, HEL EN BOLTON, against you, prayln for divorce; that said suit Is num bered 63-C-454 In Chancery, and ' still pending. And that MELVI BOLTON, Defendant, Is to be serve by publication. Now therefore, unless you, MEL VIL BOLTON, said Defendant, fll your answer to the Cor-jplalnt o otherwise appear In said suit In th said Circuit Court of Madison Coun ty, Illinois, held In the Court Hous In the city of Edwardsvllle, 111 nois, on or before August 23, 19G< default may be entered against yoi at any time after that date, and ; Decree entered in accordance wltl the prayer of said Complaint. Dated this 18th day of July, A.D 1963. WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court o Madison County, Illinois Victor J. Mosele, Attorneys for Plaintiff Wiseman, Hallett & Mosele 620 E. Third, Alton, .Illinois 2 CARD OF THANKS 2 — 31 EDWARD WM. BAUER—We WOUl like to take this means of thankin all of our friends, relatives, an neighbors who were so kind dur ing our recent bereavement, espe cially: Smith's Funeral Home pallbearers, nurses at St. Joseph Hospital. Also all those who sen cards, flowers, food or assisted 1 any and every way. Wife & Son. 2 — 31 STEVEN EDWARD NOWASKI—W would like to thank all those wh were so kind during our recent bi reavement, especially: St. Joseph' Hospital, Sister Catherine, Fathe E J. Douglas, Marks Mortuary friends, jielghbors, those who sen cards, flowers or assisted In an way. Mr. & Mrs. Larry Nowask 3 IN LOVING MEMORY 3 — 31 — — ———^——•~——• IN MEMORY of Arlyn L. Lanham on his birthday Aug. 1. Gone Is the face I loved so dear Silenced' the voice I loved to hear Too far away for sight or speech, But not too far for thought to reach Wife Helen 3 — 31 IN LOVING MEMORY of Keith Ed ward Hellrung, who passed away year ago, July 30, 1962: The call was sudden, the shoe severe, To part with one we loved so dear Those who loved him dearest Are the ones who miss him most. Sadly missed by, Grandparents, Aunts & Uncles 3 — 31 MAUDE E. SAWYER—Who passe away Aug. 3, 1962. Though years may pass before w see | Our Mother's face once more, The faith she taught us at her knee Will lead at last to Heaven's door The Famll S FUNERAL DIRECTORS 5 — 8/1 FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGE MENTS—$5.00 up. Rexroat Flowe Shop. 466-3789. 2712 Godfrey Rd. PERSONALS 7 — 9-2 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - Hel for the problem drinkers. Men an women. HO 5-1612. 7 — 8-26 LICENSED DETECTIVE — Lega photography. W. E. Hurt, 200 Washington Ave,, Alton. 465-7350. 7 — 8/29 TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (Form erly Dex-A-Dlet.) New name, sam formula, only 98c. Honke Phar macy. 8 RUMMAGE * PASTRY SALES 8 — 31 RUMMAGE SALE — At Lorett Home, 417 Prospect. Aug. 1. 8 — 2 RUMMAGE SALE — 8 to 5 p.m Tues. thru Sat. 1714 Washington 120 bass accordion, excellent con dltlon, $85. 22 Remington automat! rifle, good condition, $35. and othe items. CL 4-5654 after S. 9 SOCIETIES and LODGES a _ i FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 26 AF&AIY —Special meeting Thursday, Aug 1st, 7:00 p.m. Work in 3rd degree Visiting brethren welcome. Re freshments. WAYNE H. HARPER, W.M 9 _ 31 H1BBARD LODG2 NO. 249 AF&AW —Brighton. Special meeting. Wed July 31st, 7:30 p.m. Work in is degree. Visiting brethren welcome Refreshments. HAROLD ROBINSON, W.M 9 — 31 ———— ——»——- WOOD RIVER LODOE NO. 106 AF * AM — Special meeting, Wed nesday, July 31, 7 p.m. M.M. de gree. Refreshments. Visiting breth ren welcome. Howell K. Barnett. W.M. 10 10 r- 3J . ,^—^ FOUND — Transistor radio, owner V have by paying for 8d —, 4-7869. 10- I — LOST—Australian shepherd Black, white and calico. On Levls Lane. Reward, 466-0480, WEDNESDAY, JULV 31,1963 EMPLOYMENf SITUATIONS 22 — 1 HOUSECLEANINQ sit nlfthts. 4M-OM4. NINO -*• 0* *1H cleaned enced. call and Ate Tour v^oiui rilrot j--- Movie* Bein$ Processed by Eastman Kodak? «K«fsi WANTED-WftUreM fcotfc. enced own transportation, Bunker Hill 88MM8. 5 WILL 5 CARE FOR CHILDREN 46B-401S. _ FINANCIAL 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 23 " 31 BUSINESS every nlsl'it. 1—2 6 'ARS WASHED & WAXED—Vacu- urAed and dusted on Inside. $8. Ph. CL 4-3673. 1 — 8-15 ^EE WASTEPAPER PICK UP for AND PAY LATER AT FOSTER'S DRU6 STORE, 230 E. Broadway, Alton 11 — 8-20 PRIVATE CONFIDENTIAL INVESTIGATIONS—Downstate Investigation Service. 618-AT 8-9155. Llo. & Bonded. Owner, D. A. I»anders. REALTOR HO 20078 EVENINGS: T. R. -Stone ........ • H02-B688 Kenneth Greor ...... "0 2-8BB4 Tom Gibson ... ...... HO 2-HBB 29 31 MA 11A 1 RIDERS RIDE WANTED—From Milton Area to downtown St. Louis. Hours 8 to 4:45. Call after 6 p.m. HO 6-1529. 11A — 31 — RIDE WANTED—From 303 Brookside to Olln. Call HO 2-8508 be- twjen 5 and 8 p.m. 11A — 31 WANTED — Riders to New York. Share expenses. Leaving August 2nd. Call Jerseyvllle 2978-R5. •• _ __——— . WANTED— Ride to Mart BIdg.. St. Louis. 8-4:30. CL 4-6374. _ EDUCATIONAL 1ZA INSTRUCTIONS 12A — TF Mon. thru Frl. 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-1197 or OL 2-5454 FARM & RESTAURANT Just out of Chesterfield, 5 ROOM — Modern home, garnge, basement, oil furnace, 3 3 V» j^M; 20 acres tillable, lake stocked with fish, restaurant doing Rood business, plenty of water and out buildings $27,000 ELI M. GREER REALTOR 625 E. BROADWAY HO 2-0078 T R STONE .'..• MO 2-968S KENNETH GREER HO 2-0884 ELI GREER HO 2-B177 23 — 8-11-10-10-23-27-31 — LONG ESTABLISHED PROFITABLE BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE PERMANENT OPENING—For first class body mechanic. Only first class need apply. Write Box 1050. care Telegraph. 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE 18 — 31 ACCOUNTANT — Office manager wanted for complete charge accounting and office detail. Experience required. Butler Chevrolet Inc., 120 W. Vandalla, Edwards- vllle. Phone 656-7123. 18 — 1 LADY—To babysit In my home. Part time. Roxana, CL 4-1049 after 6 p.m. 18 — 31 CLEM NOLL AGENCY HO 5-6621 23 I - PACKAGE LIQUOR STORE — Full dramshop license. Fixtures, equipment & inventory. Write Box 520. care Alton Telegraph, 23 — 2 ——^—^^-^-—^.^———— RESTAURANT FOR SALE—Hettlck, 111. 36 miles north of Alton, on Rt. 111. Good location, Active local & transient business. Seats 40. Illness requires selling. Hettlck Cafe. Phone 778-4365. Catherine Stults. 3 j «.^__^~——• WELL ESTABLISHED—Local business In excellent location. Long term lease available. All stock and equipment Included. Steady year around product acceptance. Every home a potential buyer. Write Box 530 In care of the Alton Evening Telegraph. MILLINERY (Retail) MANAGER & ASSISTANT MANAGER We're looking for wide awake aggressive Individuals to take charge of a new fast moving department In Arlans Discount Dept. Store, 610 West St. Louis Ave., East Alton, 111. This may be the career opportunity you've been looking for: don't wait, write us at once, include your telephone number for further Information. MILADY HATS, INC. 561 W. 34th St., New York City, N.Y. 18 — 31 HOUSEKEEPER — To stay for father, 13 year old son. 3303 Franor St., Alton. HO 5-2831 from 8 to 5 p.m. 18 — 1 WAITRESS WANTED—318 E. Bdwy. Nellie's Keystone Coffee Shop. 18 — 1 WANTED—Baby sitter In my home. 2 children. Own transportation. $15. 462-7067 after 5. 18 — 1 WANTED—Lady to work In snack bar. See Dick Gamblll, Gamblll's Bargain Barn, West Alton, Mo. 19 HELP WTD., Male & Female 19 — 31 Employment Opportunities Southern Illinois University Experienced accountants, experlenc ed stenographers, experienced sec retarles. Phone EDwardsvllle — 656-2890. 1BA SALESLADIES 19A — 15 — 17 — 22 — 24 — 29 — 31 DO YOU NEED EXTRA MONEY? —$75.00 Is yours for selling only 100 Pearl Splendor Chlrstmas Card assortments, $32.50 for 50 ooxes. $15.00 for 25 boxes, etc. Free personalized samples, plus leading boxes on approval. Write today. It costs you nothing to try. Cheerful Card Co., H-332, White Plains. N.Y. 19A — 8/5/63 HOUSEWIVES — Make Chlrstmas $ $ early. Demonstrate name brand toys at toy parties. July thru November. $10 per evening guaranteed. Absolutely no charge for sample cases. Nothing to de liver. TOY SHOPPERS, Temple 7-9976, between 2 and 4 p.m. 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 wo carry. See the BEST. See TOY CHEST. Write Box 1070 care of Alton Telegraph. 20 SALESMEN 20 — 8-2-63 DO NOT READ THIS (unless you are willing to work). OUR COMPANY IS DESIROUS OF PLACING A LOCAL MAN — to represent us In Mad. Co. Must nave past sales experience. Start- Ing $125 weekly. Hospltallzatlon. Insurance. Retirement plan, company profit share plan, all this If you can qualify, 254-0729. 8:30 to 10 a.m. 20—3 NEEpED-Arnbltlous person Interested In specialized training In fast growing electronic field, Study at home In spare tlmo In such fields as space and missile technology, communication technology, radio and TV servicing, etc, Only sincere students need apply, Ph, 254-2801. WANTED—Experienced credit manager familiar with retail operation clothing, ladles wear, costume jewelry, etc. State experience and past employment. Write Box 660, care Alton Telegraph. 21 SITUATIONS WTD. - MALE 21 — 7- CARPENTER WORK - Painting, repair work, custodian work. 14n yeara experience. CL 4-0474, SITUATIONS WTO.— 22 — 8/5 .. ...... ... .. BABY SITTERS' REGISTRY — CaJI HO 8-3101 for competent, dependable people to care lor children or elderly shut-Ins, In your home. 23 — 31 COLORED LADY—Wants day wort. Wed.. Thursday and Saturday. PAY WORK" WANTUP - 4 M~-J EXPERIENCED „,„ work StiBByg week. T«es., Wed., - ! *-- iT after 4 p.m. "•••"— ThuriA( Downtown location. Billiard hall, bar, food, magazines etc. Good lease available. Sales price includes stock and fixtures. PERSONAL SERVICE JO DRESSMAKING—TAILORING 30 — 9-4 — DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pants cuffed. Reasonable. References. In my home. CL 4-4034. — 8/3 LAUNDERING FAMILY IRONINGS WANTED — And men's bundles, reasonable, experienced. HO 5-5259. BUSINESS SERVICE 32 BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 32 — 8-26 BULLDOZING—Clearing and grading of all kinds. Call George Longfellow. HO r 7162, 32 — 8-15-63 CHURCH'S FURNITURE REPAIRING—REFINISHING TV, Appliances Serviced. 15 years experience. CL 9-9829. 32 — 8/1 DRIVEWAY AND YARD LEVELING — Also weeds mowed with tractor rotary mower. 259-1567. 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-Boy . mowers, riding mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. HO 2-7326 32 — 8-30-63 SWIMMING POOLS Do It yourself kits, or installed. Concrete, flberglas, redwood. Round splash pools. Any price range. Financing. Chemicals & pool equipment. DUGGER-BA1LEY, Inc. DU 4-4662 CL 4-2860 33 B'JILDING — CONTRACTING 33 — 5 A-l CARPENTER REPAIRS — Additions, concrete porches, roof- Ing, alum, siding, painting. Reasonable. 462-2901, 33 — 8-20 ——————————-••— BOB WOOD—Basement waterproof- Ing and cement work of all kinds. 466-2407. 33 — 8-28 CARPENTER REPAIR, block lay. Ing, concrete work, plumbing, new homes, painting. HO 5-2436, • 33 — 8-12 ,.-.. CARPENTER WORK — Patch plas- terlng, roof repair, plumbing work, blocks laid and cement work. Also Interior and exterior painting, Call Charles Stormer. 466-1437, 33 — 8/8 ! CARPENTER WORK — Repairing, remodeling, roofing, siding. No job too small. Estimates. 254-2303. CONRETE WORK OF ALL KINDS— Walls, floors, walks, porches, etc Free estimates, HO 5-1290, HO 2-3483 Anytime. 33 — 8/10 GUTTERING - Roofing, painting, odd Jobs, repairs. Reasonable. Prompt service. 264-3640. M BEST"IN' "DECORATING — pamt- Ing Interior and exterior. Paper hanging and removal. Free estimates. Reasonable prices, 468-1134. 34 — B-24 DIAL HO 2-1650—From B to 8 p.m. for your money's worth In good exterior, Interior painting and decorating. 34 — B-2 — , . ...i PAINTING, PLASTERlNO-Remov. Ing wallpaper. No Job .too small. ;) Pree ? estimates. 466-3852, 462-96S7. PAPER HANGING - Painting, Plaster repair, tile laid. References, 34 — 7/31' • — ,,i I PLASTERING PAINTING. Wallpaper removing. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. 38 WINCHESTER'S WQHK -UP, g . SS you live. Metered; bulk or auto- matlc cylinder? L. P. gas service for heating, cooking and water heating. Specially •'iralned serVJcfl CO, ALTON BOTTLED Phone 466-3461

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