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ALTON SEEMING Livestock Prices 'At East Bti Louis NATIONAL StO^KVARDS, 111. (AP) - (USDA) - Hogs 5,500; batftfWS ariiJ gilts 1-2 190-240 Ibs 18.00-60; several lots 18.65-75; miked 1-3 190-250 Ibs tf.T5-l8.40; 1-3 170-190 Ibs 16.5048.00; 14 150170 Ibs 15.60-16.75; 120-150 Ibs 12.0045.25; sows 1-3 275-350 ibs 16.00-50; 350400 Ibs 15.00-16.00; 2-3 400-500 Ibs 14.00-15.00; 500-625 Jbs 13.0044.00; boars 11.25-13.75; few 14.00. Cattle 350: calves 125: good and choice l,086lbs steers 24.25; cows Utility 13.50-15.50; good and choice vealers 24.00-28.00; Individual 'head to 29.00; good and choice calves 20.00-23.00. Sheep 200: spring lambs good and choice 80-110 Ibs 18.50-20.50; choice prime 85-95 Ibs 20.50-21.00. Produce Prices At St, Louis v ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs ancl live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades, A large 30-31, A medium 25-27, A small 16-17, B large 26-27, wholsale grades, standard 26-27, unclassified farm run 23'/ 2 -24, checks 18 21. Hens, heavy 12-13, light over ! Ibs 8-9, under 5 Ibs 7-8; commercial broilers and fryers 15-16. Marines Overrun Red Command Post By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP)— Vietnamese marines overran a major guerrilla headquarters in south ern Camau Thursday after on- gaging a platoon of Communists and killing 34, government author- ities.said today. Officials said the command post was Communist headquarters for the western provinces, Afghanistan, China Initial Treaty KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghanistan and Red China initialed a treaty today defining their narrow strip of common border in a remote mountain range. The easternmost tip of Afghanistan's Wakham panhandle, sandwiched between the Soviet Union and. Pakistan, touches on China's Sinkiang Province. of Stocltt Advances IiTegular Obituaries Brinkoetter NEW YORrt (AP) - The stock market mounted an irregular ad Vance late this afternoon. Volume was estimated at 3 million shares against 3.41 million Thursday. Gains of key issues ranged from fra'ctions to around a point. Brokers were pleased that the market was holding its ground after two days of small declines. Favorable business developments included a drop in unemployment and a rise in retail and department store sales. Steels, utilities, rails and oils advanced. Hilton Hotels fell more than 3 points. The averages were helped by gains of a point by Du Pont and Eastman Kodak. U.S. Steel, Republic and Jones & Laughlln gained fractions. Also fractional' gainers were General Motors and Ford. IBM dropped a couple of points and Polaroid was off more than a point. Prices on, the American Stock Exchange were irregularly higher. U.S. government and corporate bond prices were mixed. 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. Affil. Fund Broad SI. Bullock Capit. Shrs. Divid" Shrs. Fid. Cap. Fid. Fund Fid, Tr. Fund Inv. Keystone K-2 Keystone S4 Mass Tr. Mass. Grth. -Nation W. Seo. Nat. Inves. Tevev. El. Bid. 9.05 14.05 13.24 11.10 3.37 8.63 15.97 14.31 9.78 5.15 4.15 14.71 8.12 22.46 15.13 7.30 Asked. 8.70 15.19 14.51 12.16 3.70 9.38 17.26 15.55 10.72 5.62 4.54 16.08 8.87 24.29 16.36 7.96 Ringering Funeral services for George H. Ringering, retired carpenter contractor, and Widely known East Alton politician, will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home, Alton. Burial will he In Upper Alton Cemetery. ' Visiting hours at the funeral home will be after 2 p.m. today. Mr. Ringering, 88, was one of East Alton's pioneer settlers, having moved there when there were only 15 buildings in the entire village. During the days he worked as a carpenter contractor he built some 162 houses in East Alton and nearby communities. He was contractor for the Wood River city hall and jail which was constructed 50 years ago, and during the time he operated a milling company business at East Alton had provided much of the wood products used at the old Western Cartridge Co. In later ypsrs he had restricted his work to making lawn furniture and saw sharpening, with an occasional job for custom made furniture. , He was assessor of Wood River Township from 1914 to 1918, and for many years was a member of the East Alton Village Board of Trustees. Mr. Ringering was one of the founders of East Alton Savrngs & Loan Association; was a charter member of the Carpenters Union, find a charter member and state treasurer for 20 years of East Alton Council of Junior Order of American Mechanics, and belonged to Grace Baptist Church, East Alton. ' He had been in failing health for three years and a patient in Watson Nursing Home, Jerseyville, for one month. Mr. Ringering was born May 23, 1875, on a farm, near East Alton, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ringering. Nearly all of the time he had lived in East Alton he had resided on Virginia Avenue, but recently had moved to 310 Smith Ave. Surviving are his widow, the former Vetrude Olsen, to whom he was married April 16, 1905; two daughters, Mrs. William Herring, Alton, and Mrs. Albert Landreth, Bunker Hill; five sons, William, Bethalto; James and Edward, East Alton; Carl, Wood River, and Louis, Rosewood Heights; a sister, Mrs. William Klopmeier; 14 grandchildren and 14 • great-grandchildren. Three brothers and three sisters died previously. Mrs. Elizabeth Brinkoetter, 78, the mother of Mrs. Walter Klnsner of 70 E. Elm St., Alton, died at 2:50 a.m. Thursday In St. Mary's Hospital, Decatur. Mrs. Brinkoetter was born Sept. 24, 1885. Survivors include five other daiightqrs: Mrs. William Hayes of Wheaton, formerly of Alton; Miss Wilhemina Brinkoetter ol Decatur; Mrs. Leo Martin ol Webster Groves, Mo.; Mrs. Ed ward Code of Bellwood, 111.; and Sister M. Celinia, O.S.F. o Protivin, la.; four sons: Theo dore, Robert, James and Wil Ham BrinkoeUer, all of Decatur and 48 grandchildren. The body is at J. J. Moran Funeral Home in Decatur, Fu nernl services will be held at H a. m. Monday In St. Jame Church, Decatur, Haeen BRUSSELS-Gerhardt Hage of Meppen, a retired farmer died Thursday in Jersey Com munlty Hospital where he ha been a patient for two weeks He was 84. The body is at Imming Fu INVEST? and maybe l/T 1 -^r^^4lh •— avt —i •"-• «• • • — — ^^ ^^ lose my shirt!'* neral Home, Brussels, vvher friends may call Saturday after noon and until time of the fu neral. The Rosary will be reci ed Sunday at 8 p.m. A Requiem High Mass will be sung Monday at 9 a.m. in St. Joseph's Church, Meppen, followed by burial in the church cemetery. Surviving Mr. Hagen are two daughters, Mrs. Pauline Hillen, Meppen, and Sister Mary Raphael, Chicago, a member of the Dominican Order; a son, Henry, Meppen; two brothers, John and Herman, Hardin; a sister, Mrs. Kathryn Siemer, Meppen, five grandchildren, and 10 great- grandchildren. His wife died previously. Irby <tRAet POft Y6Uft c6NV6NltNGE tlgal — Afli, S '$ Ifl/ltttpyL.MIfth*" 1 !,' Mtia. Bdward»V)IL*u "UHPJ"' 24 hsuf* * SP&AK SLOWLY bids will the SujJi Court Jft until ALTON EVENING TBLESftAPH ^ NI6HT CLASSIFIED NUMBER HO 6*6611 S P.M. TO 8 A.M. CALL HO 6-66 1 1 DAYTIME 465.6641 HINTS ON USIN© ELEC* TRONIC AD TAKER! 1. GIVE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER. (Spell your name out). 2. BE SURE TO STATE THE NUMBER OF DAYS YOU DESIRE YOUR AD TO BE PUBLISHED. (IF YOU DO NOT TELL US WE 'WILL AUTOMATICALLY RUN THREE DAYS). 3. Speak slowly and distinctly. 4. Remember, this Is a mechanical device. It will answer your call and give you recorded instructions on what to do, but other than that cannot answer any questions. if flouia, J <»ftf fl Tl% 'T^S; for Fav e| ar or Cru.h6d Stone Base. Course, Type Ai 7700 Gallona Road oil An- pfiedi-184 lineal () W>el of Pln« cut- '•ttkJ^AiSrlfiMlloM way be Plans and om 'EttllsvUl"'""®' « **"'[ of 110 each on plans which "mount will be refunded upon safe return of thrf plans within ton dnys nfter let- "protosal forms may be obtained upon payment of $2 ench per wet and filing of a -"-»-"»i"-»in« MI. Alexander In failing health for five months, Harry Edward Irby, 74, died at 12:10 a.m. today at his home, 2800 East Broadway. Before his retirement Mr. Irby had worked a.t Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., and as custodian for Alton Local, Teamsters and Chauffeurs. He was born in Iowa, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Irby, and had lived for the last 40 years in Alton. Surviving are his widow, the former Emma Winters Hauhe, to whom he was married in 1948; three step-daughters, Mrs. Ella Mae Donaldson and Mrs. Edward Shanks, East Alton, and Mrs. Kenneth Jacobs, Wood River, and two step-sons, Thomas and Floyd Hauhe, Alton. Funeral rites will be Monday at 2 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home, Alton. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. Visiting hours at the funeral home will be after 4 p.m. Satur day. Perry NOT HTH THIS BLUE CHIP! Money invested at Piasa is not only Insured, it earns many benefits: • 4.6% current annual dividend • Dividends compounded quarterly • Money in by the 20th earns from the 1st • Dividends paid consecutively for over 75 years These are some solid, blue-chip reasons why your money earns more'money—more often at Piasa. Why settle for less? Save by mail-Piasa pays the postage. Shouldn't you be enjoying these advantages, too? Piasa First Federal, State & Wall Sts., Alton, III.- For tlmo and temperature, dial 465*443 1. George H. Perry, 62, of 515 Mitchell St., died Thursday following an illness of several years. He had been a patient in a hospital for seven months. Before his illness he had been employed for a number of years at Duncan Foundry & Machine Works, Inc. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jack Perry, he was born at Jackson, Tenn. He had lived in Alton for 20 years. Survivors are his widow; four children, Mrs. Agnes Everage and Desler Perry, Alton; Mrs. Flossie Glenn, Humboldt, Tenn., and Wesley, Chicago; four brothers, Alonzo and Robert, Alton; James L., Mississippi, and Walter, Jackson, Tenn.; 18 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. The body is at Russell Chapel where services will be conducted Monday at 1 p.m. Visiting hours at the chapel will be after 7 p.m. Sunday. Funeral services for Mrs. Velma Alexander, widow of Wade Alexander, were conducted at 1 p.m. today in 'Dawdy Funeral Home by the Rev. Ben A. Bohn, pastor of Main Street Baptist Church, Alton. Burial was in White Hall Cemetery. Mrs. Alexander, a life-long resident of White Hall, died Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Jackonsville. Rites Held for t Infant at Hardin HARDIN — Graveside services were conducted Wednesday afternoon in Wilson Cemetery lor Janet Lee Schmidt, infant daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schmidt of Alton. The baby was dead a birth Tuesday, in Alton Memoria Hospital. In addition to the parents, the infant is survived by a sister Margaret. The mother is the for mer Florence Schroeder of Drake Mo. Mr. Schmidt is a former Batchtown resident. The Rev. Martin P. Simon, pas tor of St. Mathew Lutheran Churcl in Brussels, officiated. Investigate Lieutenant's Fatal Shooting LUDWIGSBURG, Germany (AP — U.S. Army officers today were investigating the pistol shot deatl of 2nd Lt. Guy L. Overbaker, 22 of Springfield, 111. Overaker was found fatallj wounded early Wednesday in th duty officer's room of the heac quarters building of his unit, th 35th Quartermaster Battalion, 71 Army Support Command. He was taken to Landstul Army hospital where he died tha afternoon. PIASA FIRST FlUTRAL "IAVINGS'ANP LOAN ASSOCIATION jSfuyts lajy/|d It fW«W ty W"* 1 5 ' vln l» * LMB '""""M Cdtpontion war 7G constitutive yaarsl ALTON GEORGE H. RINGEJUNG Services 2:00 p.m. Saturday Funeral Home HARRY KDWARD IRBY Services 2:00 p.m. Monday Funeral Home An Army spokesman said Ovei aker had been shot in the hea with a 45-caJiber pistol. Pendin outcome of the investigation, h declined to indicate whether th svound was self-inflicted, Overaker was the son of Gu P. Overaker of 116Vs So. MacA thur St., Springfield, 111. , A spokesman for 7th Army Su port Command at Mannheim sa Overaker was duty officer Tuo day night. A sergeant who ha been on duty with him found th lieutenant stretched out on th duty officer's cot, bleeding from a head wound, shortly afte BttJHALlU EAGER TO SERVE , DEDICATED TO PLEASE. MODERATE CHARGES WORK TO SAVE CROPS South Korean workers attempt to this summer have badly damaged tiie build dike near the village of Kimhai, South Korean barley harvest, plunging 2? miles northwest of Pusan, to retain South Korea into a food onus. TAP flood waters. Heavy rains and storms Wirephoto) ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES News of Grains Advances Widespread CHICAGO (AP) — Speculative uying set off a strong general emand for, grain futures today nd prices turned strong on the ioard of Trad.e. In the early afternoon, soybeans 'ere up .more than three cents a ushel at the extreme after hav- ng run into a little profit cash- ng. Wheat and corn also moved p more than a cent on some de- iveries." Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 45 cars, "corn 56 ats 33, rye 1, barley 44, soybeans 20. CHICAGO i (AP)' — Wheat No 3 red (tough) 1,751/4; No 1 hard .96%. Corn No 2 yellow 1.31% Oats No 1 extra heavy white 8V 2 . No soybean sales. Soybean oil CHICAGO (AP)- Prev High Low Close close Wheat Sep 1.78% 1.78 1.78% 1.78% Dec 1.841/2 1.83% 1.84% 1.84% Mar 1.871/s 1.86% 1.87 1.86% May 1.81% 1.80% 1.81% 1.80% Jul 1.56 7 / 8 1.55% 1.56 1.55% 1964 Sep 1.58% 1.57% 1.57% 1.57% l.lp 1.21 Corn Sep 3ec Mar May Jul Oats Sep Dec Vlar May Rye Sep Dec Mai- May Soybeans 1.22% 1.21 1.22% 1,21 1.13% 1.12% 1.13% 1.13 1.16% 1.15% 1.16% 1.16% 1.18 1.18% 1.18VI 1.20 1.20% 1.20V .64% .64 .64% .64 .67% .66% .67% .66% .69% .68% .69 .68? .68% .68% .68% .68V 1.26% 1.25% 1.26% 1.25? 1.29 1.28% 1.28% 1.28? 1.32 - 1,31 1.31% 1.31V 1.30 1.29% 1.30 1.29? Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May Jul 2.63% 2.57% 2.63% 2.59 2.62 2.57 2.61% 2.58V 2.59% 2.56 2.59 2.56? 2.63 2.59% 2.621/2 2.60 2.65% 2.62 2.65% 2.63V 2.68% 2.64% 2.67% 2.65 2.69% 2.66 2.68% 2.66? £sks Withdrawal from .Yemen's Civil War UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP —U.N. Secretary-General U Than has psked Saudi Arabia and th United Arab Republic again get out of the civil war in Yemer authoritative sources report, 6 a.m. Wednesday. The spokesman said the pist was found lying nearby. He addec no note was found. The spokesman said result < the investigation would not be ai nounced here. The investigatio board's finding, he explained, ai sent to the secretary of the Arm in the form of a recommendation The findings are made publi only after they have been act« upon by the secretary of Army. th STREEPER By Boland Gov. Kerner Approves Water Resource Technical Adviser TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby Slven that the undersigned, ROBERT LEE STA I EN will present his Petition to the CIRCUIT Court of Madison County Illinois, on the second Monday In September, 19B3, which sold second Monday of September, Ifl63. Is the 9th day of September. 1BB3, and Is the Return Day herein, praying for an order of said Court authorizing and directing them to assume and hereafter be known and called by the name of ROBERT LEE GRAY, respectively, when and where you can appear and show cause, If any there be, why the prayer of said Petition should not be granted. , AvR M m ?rfpllcBteShowing nil uncompleted coiurncts nwnrdcd to them prior to being Issued a proposal. No proposals wlfl be Issued when uncompleted work,. plus $25,000,00 exceeds the qualification rat ng shown on Preqimllflcatlon Rating N A l !l°Voposals must be accoiitpa- nled by a Bank Cashier's Check or Bank Draft for not less than teh (10) >ercent of Ihe amount of the bid, or In accordance with the schedule. No proposal will be considered unless the bidder has signed a receipt of such proposal form In the Office of the County Superintendent ° information regarding the general prevailing wage rate of laborers, mechanics and other workmen as ascertained by the Department In accordance with the provisions of "An Act regulating wuges of laborers, mechanics and other workmen employed under contract for public works by the State, County, C ty or any public body or any political subdivision or by anyone under contract for public works," approved July 11, J057, Is given In the Proposal Forms. The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids and to waive all technicalities. , By order of the Road «ml Brldae Committee of the Madison County Board of Supervisors. 11. A. KLUGE, Supt of Highways, Legal — AUK. 2 '03 Landis Guilty in Tax Case NEW YORK (AP)—James M ..andis, former dean of the Har- 'ard Law School, pleaded guilty n federal court today to income ax charges. • Development, Landis, 63, who has held high conservation, government posts and was a special assistant to President Kennedy in 1961, had been charged with ive coutjts of failure to file what vere termed "timely" income tax •eturns for the years 1956 through 1960. ' ' The lawyer and educator was released in his own custody for sentencing Aug. 30 by Judge Edward McLean. The charges are misdemeanors carrying a maximum penalty of year's imprisonment and $10,000 fine for each count. U.S. Atty. Robert M. Morgen- thau said that Landis subsequently filed returns for the years in question .a.nd paid the taxes due. Landis also had offered full cooperation in the investigation, yiorgenthau said. Landis, born in Tokyo of American parents, served as law dean at Harvard from 1937 to 1946. He also has been general counsel to the American Mercantile Exchange, a special trial examiner for the U.S. Department ol Labor, chairman of the Civil Aeronautics Board and has served as a member or consultant to various governmental agencies and commissions. He once was a Supreme Court law clerk to Justice Louis Bran dels and served Kennedy as an efficiency expert, advising on federal regulatory agencies. Dean William Warren of the Columbia University Law School represented Landis in court today and read an explanation of the defendant's'failure to file returns promptly. The statement said: j "The failure to file timely in come tax returns ,was initially due to the unavailability of infor mation concerning the tax basis of certain securities inherited by the taxpayer some 30 years ear Her which he had sold in ordei to meet a pressing family nee'd "Subsequently, the taxpayer being deeply engrossed in public affairs and the affairs of clients neglected his own personal mat ters, including the income tax re turns, and mistakenly delayed fil ing returns for any subsequent years, until he could complete the Aturn for the first delinquent year, "All information available to the taxpayer relating to repprta- ble transactions was kept by him ,n separate tax return files, and he attempted on several occasions, prjor to any question by Ihe internal Revenue .Service, t prepare ,tbe f etsjrhs, He was never able tft compile tjie returns, Finally, he engaged an accountant to prepare the returns, which wen? 'tlisjji Jleci ^y the taxpayer. "After the return*! were tiled, he taxpayer appeared voluntarily SPRINGFIELD (Special) — Gov. Kerner today approved Senate Bill 1121 whldh creates i Technical Advisory Committee on Water Resources. The governor said that the act formalizes a group which has been meeting periodically at his suggestion for more than a year. The purpose of the committee, according to Gov. Kerner, is to coordinate the various responsibilities of state agencies with respect to water resources. Under the law, the committee jonsists of the executive direct- >r o" the Board of Economic the the director of superintendent of soil and water conservation in the Department of Agriculture, the chief sanitary .vater engineer in the Department of Public Health, the chief waterway engineer in the Department of Public Works and Buildings, the chief of the Illinois State Water Survey, and the chief of the Illinois State Geological "Survey. The persons currently holding :hese positions are, respective- y, Gene H. Graves, William T. Lodge, Leslie W. Heiser, Clarence W. ' KJassen, Thomas B. Casey, WilliaTi C. Ackermann, and John F. Frye, . "Although Illinois, over-all, is blessed'with a supply of :resh vvuter such as can be found in such readily available quantity and quality in few, if any, other places in the world, water is so precious a resource that we must do everything within our power to assure its maximum beneficial use for all the people of this state," the Governor said. "We know that even with this out' standing asset, there are areas of Illinois which suffer from periodic drought while , other areas have an overabundance of water. "We know that conflicts can and do arise between interests legitimately wantirtg to use water for differing purposes, It is the primary objective of this committee to resolve those differences so that we all may enjoy to the fullest extent possible our invaluable water supply. "Water is essential to every phase of Illinois' continuing development, Most of us are so accustomed to opening our water faucets and getting an unlimited, inexpensive supply of excellent water at any time that we tend to overlook its high value, "But with increasing demands-.on our water supply for industrial recreatinoul commercial, agricultural, and residential uses, we must resolve those conflicts which arise and plan for the future maximum beneficial use of water." UAH, Rocket Reported Range CAIRO (AP) T* The multistage rocket the United Arab Republic displayed publicly July 23 has a 625-itiiJe range, the weekly new* paper AKher Saa reports. being CaS ROBERT°LlE L ST 7 ATEN, By? GEORGE M. BERRY, Attorney for Petitioner LEGAL — 19 — 26 — Aug. 2 NOTICE OF SALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS WOOD RIVER SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, A Building and Loan Association, organized under the Laws of 'he State of Illinois, Plaintiff vs. ROBERT E. COLYER and CAROL LEE COLYER, his wife, and ROHLAND F. PRUETZEL and MARY ANN PRUETZEL, his wife, Chancery No. ^PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That In-pursuance to a Decree made and entered In the above entitled cause on the 16th day of July, A.D. 1963, I, HARRY R MONDHINK, Master-ln-Chancery of the Circuit Court of Madison County. Illinois, will on FRIDAY, AUGUST 16TH, 1963, at 10:00 A.M., In the forenoon, at the EAST FRONT DOOR OF THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, In the City of Ed- •wardsvllle, Cuunty of Madison, State of Illinois, sell to the highest and beat bidder for cash, the following described premises and real estate In said Decree mentioned; situated In the.County of Madison and State of Illinois, to-wlt: A portion of Tract Number Forty-eight (48) In GLENDALE GARDENS, a Subdivision of part of the East One-half (E!/j) of the Southwest Quarter (SW/ 4 ) of Section Twenty-three (23) and part of the East One- half (EM) of the Northwest Quarter <NW14) of Section Twenty-six (26) Township Five (5) North, ' Range Nine (9) West- of the Third Principal Meridian, as the same appears from Plat thereof recorded In Plat Book Sixteen (16) Page Fifty (50) of the Recorder's Office of Madison County, Illinois, and more particularly described as follows: Starting at the Southwest (SW) corner of said Lot Forty-eight (48)! thence North on the West line of said Lot 75 feet to a point; thence East parallel with the Southerly line of said Lot to a point on the East line of said Lot and which point is 75 feet North of the Southeast (SE) corner of said Lot; thence South 75 feet on the East boundary line of said Lot to the Southeast (SE) corner of said Lot; thence Westerly along the South line of said. lot 150 feet to the point of beginning; situate In-the County of Madison and State of Illinois. Upon payment of the purchase money and confirmation of the Report of Sale herein by said Circuit Court, a Certificate of Purchase-will be given by the said Master-ln-Chancery, which will entitle the purchaser, his heirs or assigns, to a Deed at the expiration of the statutory time from date of sale, unless there shall be redemption according to law. DATED THIS 18th day of July, A, D. 1063. HIGHWAY NOTICE PUBLIC LETTING OF CONTRACT Notice Is hereby given that lealtd bids will bo received nt the Office of the Superintendent of Higlnyays. Court House, Edwnrdsvllle, Illinois, until II o'clock A.M., D.S.T., Tuesday, AUBUSI 13, 1963, by the Rond and Bridge Committee of the Madison County Bourd of Supervisors (or construction of Ihe following Section In Madison County: . Section 111-B M.F.T., County Highway 1S-A beginning near the Northeast Corner of the Southwest Quarter of Section 13, Township 6 North, Range » West of the Third Principal Meridian, and extends East 0,443 miles. The proposed Improvement Is to be a graded earth- roadway, channel change, pipe culverts and Bridge with H-Beam bearing pile, concrete pier and abutments and 3- span' continuous I-Beam superstructure, two at 53'-10" and one at 03'-0", with oiled earth or gravel or crushed stone surface course, Type Major quantities Include: 17,600 B. before examining agents and cooperated fully in providing all rel- SS HARRY R. MONDH1NK MASTER-1N-CHANCERY OF Cu Yds. Earth Excavation; 64,61)0 Cu Yds Channel Excavation: 4000 Gallons Road OH Applied; 2050 tons Gravel or Crushed Stone Surface Course, Type B; 1 each Removal of Existing Structures; V48.480 Lbs. Furnishing and Erecting Structural Steel; 86.7 Cti. Yds. Class A. Concrete; 208.4 Cu. Yds. Class X Concrete; 334 Lin. Ft. Furnishing and Erecting Metal Haldrall; 52,930 Lbs. Reinforcement Bars; 2J30 Lin. Ft. Furnishing and, Driving Steer Piles 10 BP 42; 2 Erfch Test Plies 10 BP 4V 56 Lin. Ft. Corrugated Metal Plate Pipe Arches( Span 8'-10",. Rise B'l"); 800 Lin. Ft. Pipe Underdralns 6"; 1980 Lin. Ft. Paved, Ditch; 4,1 Acres Temporary Seeding. Plans and' Specifications may be obtained from the County Superintendent of Highways, Court House, Edwardsvllle, Illinois, upon deposit of $20 each on plans which amount will be refunded upon safe return of the plans within ten duys after 6 proposal forms may be obtained upon payment of $2 each per set, and filing of a prequallflcatlon rat- Ing notice, Form BA-733, and a sworn Affidavit Form BLR M-248, In Triplicate showing nil uncompleted contracts awnrdcd to them prior to being Issued a proposal. \ No proposals will be Issued when uncompleted work, plus $200,000.00 exceeds the qualification rating shown on Prequallflcatlon Rating Notice. All proposals must be accompanied by a Bank Cashier's Check or Bank Draft for not less than ten (10) percent of the amount of the bid, or In accordance with the schedule. No proposal will be considered unless the bidder has signed a receipt of such proposal form In the office of the County Superintendent of High- Information regarding the general prevailing wage rates of laborers, mechanics and other workmen as ascertained by the Department In accordance with the provisions of "An Act regulating wages of laborers, mechanics and other workmen employed under contract for public works by the State, County, City or any public body or any political subdivision or by anyone tinder contract for public works", .approved July 11. 1D57, Is given In the Proposal Forms. The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids and to waive all technl- By order 'of the Road and Bridge Committee of the Madison County Board of Supervisors. H. A. KLUGE, Superintendent of Highway^ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS Francis J. Manning 252 East Ferguson Wood River, Illinois Attorney for Plaintiff Legal — Aug. 2 9 16 '63 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all persons that the'First Monday In September, 1963 Is the Claim Date in the estate of GEORGIA ANN NEEALY (NEELY), , Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and 'that claims may be filed agalnsUhe said estate on or before said date with out Issuance of summons, Dated this 24th day of July. 1903, ROOSEVELT NEELY Administrator. Attest! DALE HILT Probate Clerk "~ Armbruoter & Diaz, Attorney (Ross Armbruster) !*' Aug, 2 0 16 '63 Legal _ ., „ NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notlde Is hereby given to all persons that the First Monday In September, 1983 U the Claim Date In the estate of MAYME ALEXAN. DER, Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County, Illl- 11918, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said data without Issuance of summons, ' , ; Paled this 18th day of July, 1083. C. A. VAN PRETER, Administrator with will annexed. : • Attest! PALE HILT Probate Clerk • Edgar B. Kelly. Attorney Legal — Aug, 2 B 16 '83 2 — 2 JOSEPH F. family of CARD OF THANKS CAMPBELL — The ,„ , Joseph , D. Campbell would like to thank all those who sent flowers and brought food or assisted In any way. Especially Rev. Jack Adams, Marks Mortuary and VFW Post 2859, Thrj family 5 — FUNERAL DIRECTORS FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS— $6.00 up. Rexroat Flower Shop. 408-3789, 2712 Godfrey Rd. U .dONUMBN'I'S — CBM, LOt'S 4 GRAVE LOT AT VALHALLA — Garden of Christus. $278, Call Jcrseyvllle 29t4rWB. oollept.. PfcllHONAUl 7 7 n« G-2 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - Help for the problem drinkers, Men and women. HO 6-1612, , . 7 8*20 -, __• _ —- ^ ^ f LICENSED . DETECTIVE^ - Legal photography. W. /E, Hurt, 2006 Washington Ave.. AUon. 469-7360. OF CLAIM RATE per* iQ.KOhM'jyu Flrst'MondBV In Sep. tember, 1888 U the Claim Date In the estate of NON1E NOONAN WRIQHT, Deceased, pending In the Probate Cgurt of Madiion County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed Bgajnil Ihe said estate 04 or jefore laid date without issuance o( U. Mh FIHST'-NAT ' TRUST. COM gxecutor. AUe«»: RALE HjluT of July, M .. ,LTQN Probate fc FlUterald 7 „ 8/28 TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (Formerly Dex-A'Plet.) New name, same formula, only 880. Honke Pharmacy. _ 8 RUMMAGE * PASTRY SALES 8 «m 2 ^••••••^^•••^••^liMl'Ki'P'T"**""* 1 *^**^*^"' ..... "" ATTIC SALE «.» Bargain* galore. Clothlns, furniture, rummage. Bedford Drive at Humbert Road. Saturday, Aug. 3. 8 -3. D .• ^^ n *•••• p^ppuiw".*— •(•••BiwiMseW"^ 11 ^"'^ 1 ''"" 11 *"'' 1 ™™*"' RUMMAGE SALE — 8 W 6 p.m. Tuai. " 120 dlpo ifle, hrw Sat., 1714 WBi. accord on, excellent con "M kemlnglon automatic condition, m jud Other 4-88W after 8- _ . j.. . . „„ ,„ , nig brethren welcome,... * LAWRENCJE W, CRONB, W.M.