Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1963 · Page 34
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Alton, Illinois
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ALTON EVENING Lislon Bigger Than Former Champions NEW VORK (AP)—Take Sonny 190 pounds: Johnson 6-0'/ 2 , 195, Liston and Stflfid htm alongside some of the renowned sluggers of yesteryear and how does he compare? Say with Jack Dempsey or Rocky Marciano or John L. Sullivan or Joe Louis or Jnck Johnson? Well, he's considerably bigger and quite probably stronger and maybe even faster than most of them. • And how docs lie compare as to ability, this dark destroyer with the menacing scowl and 83- incli reach when slacked up against • those big hitters? "H might have gone either Way,'' Dcmpsoy said when asked how he would have fared with the man \\lio owns two one-round knockouts of Floyd Patterson. "This kind of fighter is tough to fight. He's liable to lick anybody." Liston is 6-fool-l and weighs around 215 pounds. Nat Fleischer's Ring Record Book carries the follosving dimensions for the other champs, with the weight listed their approximate poundage at the peak of their careers: Sullivan was S-lOVa, Dempsey 6-1, 1S9; Louis G-Ha, 200; Mnrciano 5-11, 18-1. Which means the Boston Strong Boy would have spotted Liston 25 pounds, the awesome Johnson would have given away 20, Dempsey would have been 26 lighter, the great Brown Bomber 15 and Mareiano. known for his wear- down tactics, would have been 31 pounds lighter. Liston has 25 knockouts in 36 bouts, which speaks well for his strength. Observers at his Las Vegas workouts were enormously impressed with the big man's speed and jungle cat grace. And there's still another way to figure it. How they handle speed. •Sullivan lost to the swift, young Jim Corbett. Johnson was surprised, chagrined and embarrassed when he was knocked down by middleweight Stanley Ketchel. Dempsey fell before the fast, clover Gene Tunney. Louis had as much trouble with stick- and-move light-heavy Billy Conn as anyone. So who's to beat Liston? "Cassius Clay does a lot of talking." Dempsey said. "But I don't know how well he can fight. He smothers you with punches, bill I don't think he's ready for Liston yet." Bowling notVL AREfoA Men's THo Autery 232-232-220 (853), McDonald 211-210-222 (8401, Walters 20322-1, Penn 220, Eastman 206, Whitehead 201, Kasting 202, 'Parish 210, Althoff 201, Chambers 202. ACM 1C 32 MN'ES \Vert. Summer Mixed Women — Ballard 203, Muehlo- man 153, Arnold 153-163, Foiles 172-198 (5M), Kell 175. BOWL INN Wed. Mixed Men — Ebcrhart 202, Ryder 210, Phillips 208. Brandt 214, Williams 221. BASEBALL HEROES B.v Till!; ASSOCIATED PttESS BATTING — Woodie Held, Pete Ramos, Tito Francona, Larry Brown, Indians, hit consecutive homers in sixth inning of second game to sot American League record and tic major league mark for most homers in succession. Indians swept doublehcader from Los Angeles Angels 1-0 and 9-5. PITCHING — Jack Baldschun, Phillies, hurled two-hit ball for six innings of relief work, gaining credit for 7-3, 14-inning victory over San Francisco that ended Giants' winning streak at nine games. I Outdoors with Itafottl lit'iiitil Some safety suggestions to follow in fishing is told hy the outdoor writer for thr Kiekhaefcr Corp., Fond dii Lar. Wis. How Not to Cntch A Fisherman When man cntches fish, that's fun. But when man catches man, that's painful. While the number of injuries caused by errant fishing lures and their needle sharp barbs is not great, the possibility of trouble is always present. As a reminder, fishing experts encourage anglers to observe a few simple rules that may prevent a trip to the physician. When fishing in a boat, always cast at right anles to it. Never whip your rod sideways. If you do, your partner may suffer the consequences. Don't leave plugs lying around on seats. Keep them in the tackle box with the lid closed. The anguish of a posterior dumped into an open box is most frightful. Unless you've mastered the trick of lifting a bass by the lower lip, never grab a fish with a plug in its mouth. Either hoist it aboard with the line or use a landing net. FROM DRAKE TIRE New U.S. Royal tires are engineered to keep your spare in the trunk Kessute^ »eied*^ 6.70x15. Tube-type, Air Ride Blackwalls, plus tax and 4 smooth tires off your car FREE MOUNTING ... INSTANT CREDIT. .. EASY TERMS WHEEL BALANCING • For greater mileage • For smoother ride • For even wear each including weights BRAKE RELINE 1 We clean drums > Check grease seals and springs 1 Install new linings 1 Adjust all 4 brakes 1 Add fluid 1 Road test $ 19' 5 FORD—CHEV.—PLY. TERMS AVAILABLE 1214 E. BROADWAY ALTON HO 5-8897 U. S. ROYAL TIRES Engineered to keep your spare In the trunk If your lure gets hung up on a tree or bush, don't try to yank it loose. It m i g h t come shooting back like a deadly missile. Instead, jiggle it gently. If that fails, move the !x>at over to where you can free it by hand. Finally, study the habits of your companion, if he's safely conscious and thoughtful, cherish him highly and return the courtesy. But if he's not, you may be wise to find yourself another partner. Hooks, veteran anglers reminds, are intended for fish, not people. Let's keep it that way. Candy Spots Entered, But Race Wide Open CHICAGO (AP)-Allhotigh Rex C. Ellsworth's Candy Spots is entered, the $100,000 added Arlington Classic at a mile appears to be a wide open event with 10 or 12 starters. Candy Spots, winner of the recent American Derby at Arlington Park at VA miles, will pack top weight of 126 pounds, again giving up three to Elmendorf Farm's B. Major. B. Major beat Candy Spots by a neck in the 1V 8 mile Chicagoan at Washington Park and was beaten by the Ellsworth Preakness winner by I'/i lengths in the American Derby. Getting in at 120 pounds are such speedy horses as Jaclyn Stable's Ahoy, winner of three stakes in the east this season, and Mrs. Connie Ring's Olympiad King, a bang-up third to older horses in the $100,000 Hollywood Gold Cup. Other probable starters are Kel HousselS' Y Flash, Theodot D. Hubl's Lemon Twist, Dorwi Stable's Cosdave, Russell A. Fire stone Jr's Jet Traffic, Willian Radkovich's Quest Link, Fred W Hooper's Sky Gem, John M Olin's Swapson and Chase R. Me Coy's Three Links. Y Flash and Quest Link, CaV fornia invaders, were not name for the race but may be supple mented for $7,500. JUNIOR BASEBALL In the 9-10-yoar-old league Wee nesday the Bears walloped t h Eagles, 16-4, behind the no-hi pitching of Foster, the Astro nnuts trimmed the Reds, 9-4, th Lions whitewashed the Foxes, 9-0, the Yankees blasted the Fly ers 13-3, the Cubs beat the Ban dits 6-2, Northside downed th Falcons, 5-1, on Greg Morton's no hitter, the Beavers nipped t h Hurricanes. 4-2, the Hornets buz zed the Athletics, 15-4, and th Hawks harried the Cardinals, 1: 4. It o C c r face, I'unk Allen nnd (Jury ttosford collected two lilts apiece for (ho Keats. Ken Wncllncr blasted t w o llplcs for the Astronauts while Klin liiirnct homered and singled for the Keils. Alan Cm- this homered nnd .singled for the Lions, tioger Bower banged (wo doubles and Marv Hyd- iiniii u double and single for the Yanks while John Laughtin hit a double and single for the Flyers. Perry homered and doubled fo the Cubs. Bill Humphreys doub ed and singled for Northside Dennis Federle crashed t w doubles for the Beavers while Ke Crouch slashed two singles To the Hurricanes. Brad Cunning ham had two doubles and Rat dy Boullion a triple and two doub les for the Hornets. Walt Shet maker homered and singled fo the A's. Jim Clark got two single and a double for the Hawks a Tony Kaizer tripled for th Cords. Windy City Teams Win; Santo Stars CHICAGO (AP) — A four-rur fifth inning gave the Chicag White Sox a 5-2 victory at Wash ington Wednesday night but th Cubs had another cliff-hanger be fore edging the Braves at Mi waukee 3-2 in the ninth. Jim Landis' two-run tripl keyed the Sox big inning. Jim Lemon singled home another ru and Landis scored the fourth on c wild pitch by Claude Osteen. Landis and Camilo Carreon who doubled home the first So> run in the second, each had threi hits. Ray Herbert collected hi 10th victory against 6 losses, bu Hoyt Wilhelm helped him out the ninth. Ron Santo, who slammed a two-run homer in the third in ning, lofted a sacrifice fly for th> decisive run in the ninth for the Cubs. The game drew 27,919 fans second largest paid turnout in Milwaukee this season. Santo's homer was his 17th anc scored Billy- Williams, who hac singled. In the final inning, with one out, Ellis Burton walked and wen to third on Williams fourth hit, a single. He scored on Santo's higl drive to left fielder Gene Oliver Paul Toth yielded only one hi and faced the minimum of 18 bat ters for six innings. But in th< seventh, after retiring the firs two batters, Hank Aaron doublei and Joe Torre walked. Lindy Me Daniel came to the rescue anc was credited with his seventh vie tory. The Sox are on the road Thurs day, opening a three-game seriei Friday night in Los Angeles, Tin Cubs wind up their Milwaukee stay Thursday night with Larrj Jackson (11-9) facing Denny.Le master (7-5). Big Names Out At St. Paul ST. PAUL (AP)-Many of the big names are missing for the St Paul Open Golf Tournament, bu one of the favorites, Dow Fluster wald, insists it will be a hard one to win. Some 140 pros and amateurs teed off today for the opening round of the 72-hole, $35,000 tour ney which carries first-place mon ey of $5,300. money of $5,300. "Some people are crabbing because the so-called Big Three didn't enter," said Finsterwald on his arrival Wednesday. "But to win you've got to outshoot a flock of the finest golfers in the world. "I've been around golf long enough to know there are certain horses who do well in certain (racks. I don't care who didn't show up lor (his tournament—it's a tough one to win." Among those shunning the St. In the 11-12-yoar-oltl league the Wildcats thumped the Falcons, 19-1, the Athletics nipped the Yankees, •!-;{, nnd the Bears outsliigged the Tigers, 12-6, Reid tripled, doubled and sin gled twice and Bell had a dotibl and two singles for the Wildcats Barry Wittels singled twice fo jthe Falcons. Tom Pendt homered and Cliff Dilley doubled and sin gled for the A's while Gary Breu chaud homered for the Yanks Larry Cornell hit a homer and a triple and Ed Gray a triple Jo the Bears while Jim Siemer and Dick Meyers doubled for the Tig ers. In the 13-14-y e a r-old league Steve Hard homered, singled an pitched the Redbirds to a 9-0 whitewash of the Hawks. • Dissent Spreads in Girl Scouts By JACK CLARY NEW YORK (AP) - The Gir Scouts of America organization usually a model of peace and se renely, is hearing scattered rumblings of discontent thesi days over its council coverag plan. The plan, fully instituted in 1957, is aimed at gathering small scattered troops under the wing_ of larger councils, and extending the Girl Scout movement solidl; from coast-to-coast. Before it was instituted, there were some scattered troops existing on their own. If they need ed help, they could only turn to the national headquarters. Under the plan, they assignee to jurisdiction of regional groups which tend to their needs, anc maintain, Girl Scout officials fe*l a more flexible organization. 28 councils have decided to leave the parent organization since 1957 when the plan was im plemented. With growth of total member ship, Girl Scout officials are noi alarmed over some 15,000 gir members who have joined its big gest rival, 1 the Camp Fire Girls They say it is less than one half of one percent of a tota! membership of 2,688,000. There are some other councils which are hesitant lo go along with the council coverage plan. Some 77 of these will support, at the national convention in October, proposals designed to limt or curtail coverage. However, this group, comprising 3.8 per cent of the total girl membership, are mostly small councils. Girl Scout officials and the dis sidents are strongly divided on the benefits derived from the re gional setup. Those who oppose it say it takes away the individuality nnd civic pride that results with supporting a Girl Scout council. But the national organization believes the benefits far outweigh the individual difficulties, • "When the plan is complete, one official said, "there will be no city, vllage or hamlet in this country that is not Included in the lurisdicton of a girl scout council that lias the personnel, finances and access to community •esonrces to carry out its own to al responsibilities." Baseball League Hy TJIE ASSOCIATED PHESS Chariipajgn-Urbana 3, Peoria 0 Galosburg 4, Lincoln 2 Springfield at Bloomlngton, xld., rain 3 aul Open are Arnold Palmer, ack Nicklaus, Gary Player and ulius Boras. Plan Probe of Post Office Promotions WASHINGTON (AP) — The House Post Office nnd Civil Ser vice Committee voted today t< investigate the administration' hiring nnd promotion, practice among government clivllaii work ers. The investigation wns orders after Rpp, Joe Pool, D-Tcx., re called the recent Dallas, Tex. post office case in which he sai< three Negroes were promote ahead of 54 white persons highe up on a merit rating list. Pool added that an adminlstra tiofi spokesman had Itidicntw there may be further instances c this kind. ftep. bavld Henderson, D-N.C heads the subcommittee whit- was directed to conduct the in vestigatioh. The group was instructed lo re view all memoranda concernliif hiring and promotion polices in the various government agencie and to report on whether civ) service regulations are being vlo lated. STOCKHOLM — Sweden's labo shortage is casing. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES Legal — 18 25 8-1 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS VILLAGE OH EAST ALTON. ILLINOIS SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT PUMPING STATION, SANITARY AND STORM SEWERS DIVISION A — SEWAGE TREAT MENT PLANT AND PUMP ING STATION DIVISION B — SANITARY AN STORM WATER SEWER IM PROVEMENTS Sealed proposals will be receive nt the office of the Village Clerk o East Alton, Illinois In the Munlc pal Building until 2:00 p.m.. COST on Au: ast 15, 19G3 for the construe tlon of a sewage treatment plnn and sanitary and storm water Im provements. Instructions to bidders, form o proposals, plans, specifications an form of contract may be examine at the office of Sheppard, Morgan & Schwnab, 215 Market Street, AHon Illinois. Copies may be obtalne from the office of the engineers, up on deposit of $20.00. The amoun of the deposit for one set of docu ments will be refunded to each part submitting a bid to the Village fo the Improvements described herein return of the plans and docu rrients in good condition within ,tei (10) days after the letting. A bid bond, cashier's check, or a certified check made payable to th order of the Village of East Alton Illinois. In the amount of Ten Pe Cent (10%) of the gross amount o the bid, must be deposited by eac' bidder with his bid as guarante that In case the contract is awarde< to him, he will, within ten (10) day thereafter, upon receipt of wrltte lotice of award, execute such con tract and furnish a satisfactory con tract bond. Upon failure to do so, h shall forfeit the deposit not as a penalty, but as liquidated damages and acceptance of the bid will b contingent upon the fulfillment o this requirement by the bidder. Th checks or bid bonds of all excepting the three (3) lowest formal bidder will be returned within ten (10) day after the opening of bids, and th remalnmg checks or bid bonds wll be returned within three (3) day from the date on which the execut cd contract and the required bon have been finally approved by th Village of East Alton. The successful bidder will be re quired to pay all laborers, workme and mechanics performing work un der this contract, not less than th current prevailing rate of wages a has been determined by the Wag Determination decision of the Secre tary of Labor which is on file in th office of the Village Clerk. All proposals must be made o: forms furnished by the. Engineer. The Village Board reserves tlv right to waive or not to waive any ^regularities In the bids and to re ject any or all bids and to deter mine which is the lowest and bes or combination of bids for th improvements. By Order of the Village Board o the Village of East Alton, Illinois. CHARLES A. VANPRETER, President of the Village Boar Legal — 18 25 8-1 NOTICE OF CLAIM UATE Notice Is hereby given to all per son-, that the first Monday In Sep ember, 1903 Is the Claim Date in th estate of JOHN H. HELLRUNG, De ceased, pending in the Probat Court of Madison County, Illinois and that claims may be filed agalns he said estate on or before sale date with issuance of summons. Dated this llth day of July, 1963 FRANCES A. HELLRUNG Executrix. Attest: DALE HILT Probate Clerk Thomas & Mottaz, Attorneys Legal — 18 25 8-1 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all per sons that the First Monday In Sep ember, 1903 Is the Claim Date in the estate of ORPHA M. MYERS, Do ceased, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois nnd that claims may be filed agalns the said estate on or before salt date without Issuance of summons Dated this llth day of July, 1963 CARL J. MYERS, Executor. Attest: DALE HILT Probate Clerk Thomas & Mottaz, Attorneys Legal — 18 25 8-1 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Nothe Is hereby given to all per sons that the first Monday in Sep ember, 1963 Is the Claim Date In the estate of G. F. BURNS a/k/a GEORGE FRANKLIN BURNS, De ceased, pending in the Probate Cour of Madison County, Illinois, and hat 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, eorge M. Berry, Attorney. Legal — Aug. 1 5 8 '63 REQUEST FOR BIDS Scaled bids will be received In the Office of the City Comptroller unit .2:00 P.M. DST, August H, 1063, for the purchase of I LOADER TRACTOR WITH BACKHQE Bids will be publicly opened am read at 7:30 P.M. Wednesday, Aug ust 14, 1963, at the City Councl meeting, City Hall. Specifications and bid forms may be secured from the City Comptroller. Room 100, City Hull, Alton, Illinois. HARRY B. RAMEY, City Comptroller IN LOVING MEMORY N LOVING MEMORY Of Edwin Wood, who passed uway 2 years ago. Aug. 1, 1961. The call was sudden, the shock severe, Tp part with one we loved so dear. Sadly missed by., Wife, Children & Grandchildren .VIONUMKNIS - -T- 3 GRAVE LOT AT VALHALLA — Garden of Chrlstus. $275. Call Jerseyvllle 20M-W5, cpllect. — a-2 LCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5-1612, — 8-26 ICENSED DETECTIVE - Legal Photography. W, E. Burl, 2009 Washington Ave., Alton. 465-7350. - TF - TU - TH - SAT RENT Cameras, projectors, accessories. FOSTER'S DRU© STORE ANNOUNCEMENTS 8/20 PERSONALS PRY D1ADAX TABLETS - (Formerly ne*-A.DI«.) New ftflme, «am« formula, only Die. Honke Pharmacy. . A PASTRV'SALES BACK YARD RUMMAGE .SALE 0:30 n.m. • 2:30 p.m., Friday, Aus. 2. 610 E. 16th St., Alton. 8 — 2 RUMMAOE SALE — 0 lo S p.m. lon. Tucs. ihm s'nt. 1714 ""'""!"*"'" 120 bass accordion, excellent con dltlon. $85. 22 Remington automatic rifle good condition, $35, and other Items. CL 4-5654 nfter n. $ SOCIETIES nnd LODOES (I _ i — • • FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 25 AF&AM —special meeting Thursday. Aug 1st, 7:00 p.m. Work In 3rd degree Visiting brethren welcome. Ro H. HARPER, W.M. 0 — 2 JERSEYV1LLE LODGE NO. 3!)' AFAAM—Special meellns Aumis 2, 1003. V'ork In FC Degree. Visit Ins brethren welcome. LAWRENCE G, CRONE, W.M 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10 — 1 LOST—Australian shepherd female Black, white nnd cnllco. On Levl Lane, Reward, 468-0680. 10 — 1 LOST—Billfold, near Wood Rive pool. Papers & medicine needei badly. HO 5-3348. > 10 — 6 LOST—1 red bone female, 1 year ol registered. Lost somewhere about miles northeast of Pralrletown. An swers to Julie. DU 4-0354. NOTICES 11 11 - TP FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE You can place your classifiec ad, classified kill or classifiec corrections 24 hours a day. SPEAK SLOWLY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH NIGHT CLASSIFIED NUMBER HO 5-6511 5 P.M. TO 8 A.M. CALL HO 5-6511 DAYTIME 465-6641 HINTS ON USING ELECTRONIC AD TAKER: 1. GIVE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER. (Spell your nam out). 2. BE SURE TO STATE THE NUMBER OF DAYS YOU DESIRE YOUR AD TO BE PUBLISHED. (IF YOU DO NOT TELL US WE WILL AUTOMATICALLY RUN THREE DAYS). 3. Speak slowly and distinctly 4. Remember, this is a mechan ical device. It will answe your call and give you re corded instructions on wha to do, but other than tha cannot answer any questions 11—2 CARS WASHED & WAXED—Vncu umed and dusted on inside, $8, Ph CL 4-3673. 11 — 8-1 FREE WASTEPAPER PICK UP- At your home, also commercla accounts, 465-3621, Alton Wast Paper Co. 11 — 8-20 PRIVATE CONFIDENTIAL 1NVES TIGATIONS—Downstate Investlga tlon Service. 618-AT 8-9155. Lie. & Bonded. Owner, D. A, Landers. RIDERS 11A 11A — 1 RIDE WANTED—-From Milton Arei to downtown St. Louis. Hours 8 ti 4:45. Call after 6 p.m. HO 5-1529. 11A — 3 WANTED—Ride from Wood River tc downtown St. Louis. Hours 8-5. 254-978D. 11A — 1 WANTED—Ride to Mart Bids., St Louis. 8-4:30. CL 4-6374. EDUCATIONAL I2A INSTRUCTIONS 12A — TF Mon. thru Fri. 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 1-1197 or OL 2-5454 EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE 17 — 1 '. _ HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT—Photo graphic assistant for color, wedding photography, Requires neatness personality and dependability. Pho tosraphlc experience helpful. Apply 0 a.m. FRIDAY ONLY. Graveman Color Photography Oil Milton Road, Alton No phone calls please! MEN—Ages 10-28, full or part-thru employment. Cash scholarship available to college students who qualify. Personal Interview. Re port Mineral Springs Hotel, 8:3' p.m. Friday. 17-1 PERMANENT OPENING—For firs class body mechanic, Only firs class need apply. Write Box 1050 care Telegraph. 17—3 WANTED—Route driver salesman Applicant furnish 3 character ref erencos, age, education, Selective Service status, nnd previous work experience. Write Box 570, care Telegraph. 18 HELP WANTEP - FEMALE lo — 1 LADY—To babysit in my home Part time. Roxana. CL 4.J040 after 6 p.m, 18 — 3 LEGAL SECRETARY - Write Box 500, care Telegraph. WAITRESS WANTED—318 E. Bdwy Nellie's Keystone Coffee Shop, 8 — 1 WANTED—Buby sitter |n my home. 2 children. Own transportation. SIB 462-7067 after 5, 8 — 3 WANTED—Babysitter In Hartford, all after 6 p.m. CL 4-5928. 8 » WANTED—Lady to work In snack bar. See Dick Camblll, Gumblll' Bargain Barn, West Alton, Mo. 8 — 3 WAITRESSES * FRY COOK ~ Leroy's Lounge, 6th & Tennyson, Wood River. No phone palls accepted. » HELP WTD,, Mole * Female 3 ~ 3 ; - . _ , .' ; ;;. _ 'OQD SERVICE EMPLOYEES WANTED—Storekeeper, pook», general kitchen workers, dishwashers. Qualified and experienced workers preferred. Please apply in person ,o Food Service office, Prmclpla College. Elsah, 1(1.. 8-ji a.m. or I ,o 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. No phone MfsF' »«".».«?"•«• !^O£M 7.W76, between a and - W r CHEST .write Box 1070 core of Alton .Tclcgrnph. _ ._ YOURS?" nU Spare Time Money I Finest Christmas Cnrd» In Souihi Moke $78 to $17» commission i on Porsonnllzecl, Helium"* Q«> et Mj; other Items. Write for nmitalng S fl'Sffer: Sample Outfit on anprov. ni Southern GreelliiRs, 478 NO, Hollywood. Dent, ill, Memphis 12, Tenn. .. SALESMEN 20 D0~NOT READ THIS (unlei* you are willing to work), btlR COMPANY IS DESIROUS OF PLACINO A LOCAL M AN - to represent us in Mud, Co. Must hnvo pnsl soles experience. S art- ln« $I2R weekly, llospltnllwitlon. Insurance. Retirement plan, com- pnny profit share plnn, .nil this If you cnn (Ulllllly. 264-0720, 8:,IO lo 10 a.m. NI3EDED—Ambitious person Inter- usled In specialized (rnlnliiR In fast Hi-owlnu electronic field. Study at home In spnre time In such flolils ns spncn anil missile technology, com- mtmlcnllon technology, radio dud TV sorvlclim, etc. Only Blncero students noetl npply, Ph. 254-2801, 20 - 2 ——— * WANTED—Experienced credit mnn- ngcr familiar with retail operation clothing. Indies wear, costume Jewelry, etc. Stiite experience nnd past employment. Write Uox 500, cnro Alton Telegraph. 21 SITUATIONS WTD.~— MALE 21 CARPENTER WORK - Painting, repair work, custodian work. 1<I» years experience. CL 4-0'l7-l. 22 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE BABY 8/ SITTERS' REGISTRY Call HO 5-3101 for competent, dependable people to care for children or elderly shut-Ins, In your home. 22 — 2 • —— COLORED LADY desires babysit- tins In your home. Ph. HO 5-21M7. 22 — 2 —— EXPERIENCED CLEANER—Wants work 3 days week. Tues., Wed., Thurs. Call after 4 p.m. 4G2-838B. . 22 1 — GENERAL HOUSEWORK — And Ironlnss. Friday, Saturday & Sunday. HO 5-1039. 22 — 1 Or will bnby- HOUSECLEANING sit nights. 402-0984. 2 2 _ 3 — ——- IRONINGS WANTED—Pick up and delivery. Reference. 110 5-5940. 22 — 3 -LADY—To babysit In my home. Wood River vicinity. 254-4510. 22 —• 2 — "~" "~'~~ - -' LET LOUISE DO YOUR HOUSE CLEANING — Also basements cleaned. Reasonable and experienced. Call 402-4527. 22 — G — WANTED—Waitress work. Experienced. Own transportation. Call Bunker Hill 585-4528. 22 — 5 ——— WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN — 405-4015. FINANCIAL 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 23 — 3 FOR SALE—Neighborhood grocery, four . rooms and bath attached. Basement, two lots and garage. $7,850 plus stock at Inventory. Elmer Cummings, 805 Sunnier St., Jerseyvllle, III. Phone 229-WX. 23 LE PETITE RESTAURANT FOR SALE The fastest Browing, most well known restaurant In the Alton- St. Louis area must be sold at a sacrifice due to illness of owner. Sale price $'1,500. For further Information or appointment call — CL.0-1861, 23 — 1 . PACKAGE LIQUOR STORE — Full dramshop license. Fixtures, equipment & Inventory. Write Box 520. care Alton Telegraph. 23 — 2 RESTAURANT FOR SALE—Hettlclt, III. 3(i miles north of Alton, on Rt. 111. Good location. Active local Sc transient business. Seats 40. Illness requires selling. Hettlck Cafe. Phone 778-1305. Catherine Stults. 23 _ 1 WELL ESTABLISHED—Local business In excellent location, Long term lease available. All slock and equipment Included. Steady year around product acceptance. Every home a potential buyer. Write Box 530 in care of the Alton Evening Telegraph. PERSONAL SERVICE l>HlvS.-...lAHIN';-- I A'l.OKINU 30 _ !M : DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pants cuffed. Reasonable. References. In my home. CL <I-<I03<1. 31 LAUNDERING 31 — 8/3 FAMILY IRONINGS WANTED — And men's bundles, reasonable, experienced. HO 5-5250. BUSINESS SERVICE 32 DUS, ANNOIWHMHNTS 32 — 8-2G BULLDOZING—Clearing and grading of all kinds. Call George Long- follow. HO .' 7102. 32 — 8-15-63 CHURCH'S FURNITURE REPAIRING—REFIN1SHINS TV. Appliances Serviced. 16 years experience. CE 0-0829. 32 — 8/1 — DRIVEWAY AND YARD LEVELING — Also weeds mowed with tractor rotary mower. 259-1567. 32 — 3 IF YOU WANT your furnace cleaned & serviced, call Roy Kortkamp, HO 6-1108. 32 - TF PARTS Sc SERVICE — Washing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners. 838 E. 7th — HO 2-4423 MIDDLECOFF'S FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVFR CLEANER SERVICE 32 — 8-10-63 , POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED — SHARPENED Authorized Toro Service Complete, stock Toro, Lawn-Boy mowers, riding mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3325 College. HO 2-7326 32 — 8-30-C3 SWIMMING POOLS Do it yourself kits, or Installed. Concrete, fiberglus, redwood. Round splash pool.s. Any price range, Financing. Chemicals & pool equipment, DUGGER-BA1LEY, Inc. DU 4-4662 CL 4-2860 IS U'JILUIIMC^ - CONTRACTING A-I "CARPENTER REPAIRS — Additions, concrete porches, roofing, alum, siding, painting. Reason, able. 462-2001. • 33 — 8-20 BOB WOOD—Basement waterproof. iiiK flnU * — i- -- .. i. . 466-2407. 33 _ 8-28 ... CARPENTER REPAIR, block lay. Ing. concrete work, plumbing, new homes, painting. HO 5-2436, CARPENTER WORK - Patch plas. wring, roof repair, plumbing work. blocks laid and cement work. Also Interior and exterior painting. Coll Charles Stortner, 466-M37. 33 — 8/8 ' UNI., i in M mi nn n . n n CARPENTER WORK - Repairing. remodeling, roofing, aiding. < No Jo °° 3 — - fl iMO Ri Jobs,

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