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ALTON TfiLBGftAWI Obituaries Barnard Jnfnos is. Bnrttnnt, 51, business repfescntftllve for Pipefitters Local 553, Wood River, died Sntiir. day at Si.10 p.m, In St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis, where lie had been a patient /or seven weeks. Mr. Bawiatd, who lived at 527 WhllelaW Ave., East Alton, hud worked but of Local 553 for 22 years nnd was elected business representative of Hie local four years ago, He was born In Hardin County, Ahug, 1 ( 1012, and had lived In southern Illinois before coming lo Wood nicer-East Alton Area, His parents are Henry Barnard, Shawneetown, and Mrs. Ollln Barnard, dalatla. Mr, Barnard was a member of Wood River Lodge of the Moose. Surviving beside hiH mother and father are his widow, the former Veda Harris, to whom he was married Jan. 22, TM8, In St, Charles, Mo.j two sons, James R., U. S. Army, stationed at White Sands Missile Base In New Mexico, and Dennis, East Alton; a brother, Henry, Champaign, and .five sisters, Mrs. Thelma Bovin- ott, Galatla; Mrs. Ethel Smith and Mrs, Alcne Gross, Chester; Mrs, Millie Anglelon, Grant, N. M., and Miss Wllma Boswell, Mt. Vornon. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 10 a.m. in Marks Mortuary, Wood River, by the Rev. George Daughorty, pastor of First General Baptist Church, East Alton, after which the body will be taken to Rose Funeral home, Cave-in-Rocks. Friends may call at Marks Mortuary after 6 p.m. today. Rites at Cave-ln-Rocks will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. in First Christian Church of which Mr. Barnard was a former member. Burial will be in Shewmake Cemetery, Hardin County. Vistitation hours at the Rose Funeral Home will be after 6 p.m. Tuesday. of the Iftle Charles C. Ah Ma. rie Relcherl Roesch. She attended the Alton schools and on July 10, 5907, was married to Harry C. Chrlstoe. All of :he!r married life was spent at Ihe Washington avenue home. Their fiftieth wedding anniversary was observed with a recep- Ion. During her early life, Mrs. hrlstoe was a member of Alton Evangelical Church where she 1 had been active in the women's organizations. In recent years she had affiliated with Col- ege Avenue Presbyterian Church, Surviving are her husband, a 'elircd Owens Illinois employe; Lwo daughters, Mrs. Roger F. Wit* erl, Sioux City, Iowa, and Mrs. Harry McCllntock, Grldley, til., i son, Eugene C, Chrlstoe, Highland, and five grandchildren. Two sisters died previously. Funeral rites will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. In Morrow- Qulnn Mortuary by the Rev. Henry Moore, pastor of- College Ave. nue Presbyterian Church. Burial will be In Upper Alton Cemetery. Visiting hours at the Mortuary will be after 5 p.m. today. Christoe Mrs.'Kathcrine R. Christoe, wife of Harry C. Chrlstoe of 1214 Washington Ave., died at 9:10 a.m. Sunday in St. Joseph's Hospital. She had been ill for three months and entered the hospital 11 days ago. MRS. CHRISTOE Mrs.. Christoe, 83, was born in Alton, Nov. 5, 1879, a daughter Thoughtful Attention ALTON-WOOD RIVER BETHALTO CENTRALLY LOCATED IENTLY SERVE.OUR cent ffld tWd daughters, Mrs. ise Wagener and Mrs. Melen Proffef, and two brothers, Mer- mati, Eldred, and William, Oklft- lorna City, Okla. The body Is at Mehl Funeral Home whore Mends may cnjl af- :er 7 p.m. today. Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 9 a.m. Iti St. John's Cnthollo Church, followed by bur- al In the church cemetery. The Rosary will be recited Tuesday al 8 p.m. Stade Funeral services for August Stade of 3413 College Ave., a retired grocer, were conducted at 1:30 p.m. today in Schumacher Funeral Home, St. Louis, by the Rev. Carl Haas of Vandalia. Burial was in Lakewood Park, St. Louis. Mr. Stade died Friday In Lutheran Hospital, St. Louis, where he had been moved 11 days ago from his home here. He was 76. He retired a^year ago after liaving been in the grocery business in Ihe area since 1927. He liad operated butcher and grocery stores in Alton and in Cottage Hills and had last been in business in Cottage Hills. A native of St. Louis, he was born Nov. 26, 1886. Survivors are a son, George, Alton; a daughter, Mrs. Norma Aldrich, St. Louis, and a sister, Mrs. Hulda Buschbaum, Miami, Fla. His wife, the former Isabelle Riemann, died in September of 1961. In falling health for more than wo years, Mrs. Mary Ellen Jansma, 8?, of 313 Oak St., died at p.m. Saturday In St. Joseph's iosplfal. She entered the hospital July 3, and prior lo that had been a patient in a nursing home for two months. The former Mary Ellen New nom, she was born Oct. 28, 1895, at Pearl. Her parents were the ale Mr. and Mrs, Edward Newnon. Wilh exception of brief periods spent In Montana and Iowa, Mrs. lansma had lived in Alton area nearly all of her life. Survivors are two sisters, Mrs, Ora Beasley, Vici, Okla., and tfrs. Mabel Yodor, Anaheim, Calif., and two brothers, Frank Ncwnom, Roodhouse, and Jesse, Wood River. Her husband, Richard, died Jan. 1, 1960. Her parents and three brothers, died Deviously. Mrs. Jansma was a member of Friendship General Baplist Church, East Alton, and pastor of the church, the Rev. John Yulias, will conduct rites Tuesday at 10 a.m. in Gent Chap'. Burial will be in Melville Cemetery. Visiting hours at. the chapel will be until time of the funeral. Cerecke HARDIN — Miss Elizabeth Marie Gerecke, a native and life long resident of Hardin, died Saturday at Pekin where she had been visiting relatives. Miss Gerecke went to Pekin Aug. 5 to visit a. brother and following her arrival there suffered a paralytic stroke. She had been hospitalized since the stroke. She was born in Kampsvill*, Oct. 21, 1897, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gerecke. Survivors are three brothers, Henry, Kampsville; Arthur, Pekin, and Carl, Meredocia; three sisters, Mrs. Carrie Waldheusen and Mrs. Reka Jacobs, Kampsville, and Mrs. Anna Oester, St. Louis. The body is at the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home, Kampsville, where friends may call. Funeral rites will be conducted in St. John's Lutheran Church, Kampsville, of which Miss Gerecke was a member, at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in Farrow Cemetery, Kampsville. Hicks Funeral services for Mrs. Aline Mae Hicks of Caseyville, mother of Earl M. Hicks, manager of the Kroger store at Alton Plaza, were conducted at 2 p.m. today in Schroeppel Funeral Home, Col linsviile. Burial was in Belleville. Mrs. Hicks, who is survived by her husband; four sons and three daughters, died Saturday in Memorial Hospital, Belleville. She had been ill only since Friday and entered the Belleville hospital following a heart attack. Tapen CARROLLTON - Mrs. Mary Gesina Tapen, wife of Lucas Ta pen, died Sunday at 1:30 p.m. in Boyd Memorial Hospital. She hac been In falling health for two years and hospitalized for eighl weeks. She was born in Germany, Jan 25, 1883, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs, George Koster She came to the United States and to Greene County at the age of 10. Her marriage to Lucas Tapen took place Jan. 10, 1911. Surviving beside her husbanc are two sons, Raymond and Vin MARY ELLEN JANSMA Services 10 a.m. Tuesday In the Chapel, Rev. John Yuhas officiating. . Burial In Melville Cemetery. In slate at the Chape}. Jansina Weber Mrs. Maude Weber of Piper ity, a sister of Ray Williams, W Hawthorne Blvd., died Sunday in a hospital at Fairbury. She had been ill for some time. Mrs. Weber, who was the wife of Herman Weber, had visited in Alton in the home of her brother and sister-in-law at various times and was acquainted with friends of Mr. and Mrs. Williams. Funeral rites will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Methodist Church at Piper City. Mr. and Mrs. Williams, who iave been in Piper City since Sunday, will be joined there Tuesday by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sober and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lahlein for the funeral. Mrs. Joseph Miller Rites Conducted A Solemn Requiem High Mas? was sung at 9 a.m. today in St Mary's Church for Mrs. Kathar ine T. Miller, widow of Joseph R. Miller. Msgr. James Suddes was cele brant of the Mass; the Rev. Fa ther Richard Peradotto, deacon and the Rev. Father Vincent Worland, sub-deacon. Msgr. Suddcs, officiated at com initial-rites in St. Joseph's Ceme tery, assisted by Fathers Pera dotto and Worland. Nephews were pallbearers. They were George Schulz, Bart Hell rung John Schulz, Alvin Franke William Fitzgerald, and Wallet Schulz. Rev. Boyd Rites to Be at 2:30 Tuesday CARROLLTON — Funeral serv ices for the Rev. Charles Boyd former pastor of Carrollton Meth odist Church, will be conducted Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. in the church by the Rev. Russell Coulter, Su perintendent of Jacksonville ,Dis tricl of Melhodist Churches, anc Dr. Charles B.-Wanter of Even glo Lodge, Pontiac. Burial wil! be in Carrollton City Cemetery The body is at Simpson Funer al Home where friends may cal after 2 p.m. today. Marion F. Whitten Rites Conducted Funeral rites for Marion F Whitten, former City engineei were conducted at 10 a.m. today in Morow-Quinn Mortuary by th Rev. Henry Moore, pastor o College Avenue Presbyteria Church. Burial was in Valhallr Memorial Park. Pallbearers were Herman Bock struck Jr., Former Mayor Harol Wadlow, M. J. Getty, Robot Michelson, Ray Tuetken, and R A. Morrow. Alt on tans Keturn Col. and Mrs. Charles H. Moore 2009 Seminary Ave., have return ed from a'two-week trip througl Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, am Prince Edward Island. Col. Moore is commandant 9 Western Military Academy. STREEPER FUNERAL HOME I IMP WASWNGTON Tells Reasons For Escaping West Germany EDITORS NOTE—The author of ils article is one of. the hundreds f East Germans who have escap- d to the West despite the Berlin vail, barbed wire, mine fields and rigger-happy guards. On the eve Youths 9 Prank Thought to be Shooting Attack BLOOMINGTON, 111. (AP)-Twj) youths, who admitted to authorf- ies Ihey attached three railroad earning torpedoes lo a Peoria & Eastern Railway track at Downs Vednesday night, were to be ried In McLean County Juvenile Court today. Both are 14. Another youth, Terrance Smale, 19, of Downs, was fined $25 and costs Saturday by a justice of the peace after pleading guilty to respass. The youths' prank originally was thought to have been a shotgun attack aimed at a railroad engineer. The youths were appre- icnded Friday by New York Central railroad police and McLean County deputies. The engineer thought the blast of the torpedoes was the discharge of a shotgun, line engineer reported that he was firec at and narrowly missed. There was speculation after the report of the shotgun firing on the train hat it might have been connected with the slaying of two railroad crewmen at Hammond, Ind., Aug. 2. Warning torpedoes ordinarily are used by railroad men to warn oncoming trains of danger ahead. The Peoria & Eastern is a division of the New York Central which runs between Indianapolis and Peoria. Siamese Twins Surviving Duration Sept LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Bartley boys, David Eugene and Daniel Clifford, born Siamese twins, entered their third day of life today—separately. The twins, joined from mid- breast lo midabdomen, were sep arated in a three-hour operation Sunday. William Bartley 19, the father and Ihe twins' paternal grandmother, Mrs. Violet Mitchell waited in the hall throughout surgery. "Now it's up to the little guys," Mrs. Mitchell said after the operation. "They've got good names, David and Daniel." The boys were born at 11:45 a.m. Saturday to Mrs. Rebecca Bartley, 16, who is "improving nicely" in Glendale Sanitarium and Hospital. Delivered by Caesarean section, they weighted a combined 14 pounds, 4 ounces. The normal prot<»ctive mem branes for their intestinal tracts were missing, and corrective sur gery was performed shortly after brilh. Skindiver Falls on Own Spear, Dies JONES BEACH, N.Y. (AP)—A skindiver, knocked from his fee by a big wave, was impaled on his spear and killed Sunday. The victim, Robert Petti, 32, o Westbury, N.Y., yanked the spea from -his abdomen. Other fisher men at Jones Beach State Park on the Atlantic Ocean summonec help. A Coast Guard helicopter too] Petti to a hospital, but he diet as he was carried into an operat ing room. if the second anniversary of the wall she recalls her life behind it and the reasons people risk (heir Ives to escape. She uses a pseudonym to protect her family and fiends still In East Germany. By KATJSttlNA THOMAS FRANKFURT, Germany (AP)- llved for 16 months behind the Jerlin wall. Except for the year my husband spent in jail during he hcighl of Stalinist frenzy back n 1952-53, they were my worst months under communism. Eight months ago my husband and I managed to escape. It meant leaving a large family lome and garden .where we had spent 24 happy married years. It Ticanl leaving behind almosl everything we owned, including Ihe worlhless senlimenlal things a woman treasures. II meant leaving friends with whom we shared hard and unforgetlable years. II. was a sacrifice and a great risk. Olher people mighl still es cape by the route we took so 1 won't go into details. Dangers But we road every few days of the dangers people run to escape. They scale the Berlin wall in a hail of bullets. They swim the icy Havel River in freezing weather. They crawl through tunnels thai might cave at any moment or run across mine fields that could blow Ihem up al any slop. Some are killed by Communist border guards. What drives people to gamble their lives in order to leave their homes? It might sound strange to American ears, but I'm sure the chief reason is the longing for freedom to think and do what one wants. The simple freedoms that Americans take for granted are worth a life to many East Germans. II is simply that after a while you can't breathe any more. You are too restricted. Your ideas count for nothing if they do not agree with those of the Communists. Your individual wishes are ignored. A person's individuality and freedom count for nothing. This is what people learn to hate. This is why Ihey leave. What did I personally dislike most? I think it was the way chil dren were treated. Parents Probably more parents leave East Germany for the sake of their children than for any other reason. I clearly remember Aug. 13, 1961. For years my husband and I felt we should stay in Easl Germany. One has a responsibility to one's home and people, and problems are not solved by running away. But we had finally decided to flee and our two children had already gone to the West. We planned to follow after a short vacation in a health resort. There we heard the news of Aug. 13. Our hearts sank. Our escape roule was blocked. It took nearly two years to find a way out. The one good the wall did was to wake people to the horror oi communism. Clothes on Line Object of Vandals EAST ALTON - An East Alton man reported to police Saturday afternoon that vandals have been pulling his daughter's clothes off a line in their backyard. Francis Dunham, 203 Haller, said the clolhesline vandal took his daughter's bathing suit off the line Friday night and cut it up. Earlier in the week, he told police, his daughter's dress was taken off the line and thrown onto the roof of their house. Mrs. Webb to Head WCTU AtWoodRiver WOOD RIVER - Mrs. Sophift Webb was re-eleded president of the Women's Christian Temperance Union Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. L. tin trod. Other officers re-elected wore: Mrs. L< L. Harrod, vice president; Mrs. Ed Hosted, corresponding secretary; Mrs. James Wright, treasurer; and Mrs, L. S. Smith, recording secretary. Mrs. Harrison Bntty, chairman of the nominating committee, presented the slate of officers. Reports were given by the secretary, and Mrs. Webb announced that the Madison County W.C.T.U. convention would be held Dec. 6 i the Church of God, 65 E. Elm It., Alton. The Rev. A. R. Fields, pastor if the Bible Baptist Church, Cot- age Hills, was guest speaker at lie meeting, Mother, Baby Hurl in Crash Legal NOTICE~TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals for Repairs to Municipal oarage, Alton. Illinois vlll be received in the Office of the )lrector of Public Works until 10:00 A.M.. CDT, August 27, 1083, at which time they will he publicly PC- od and read. The work consists of furnishing all abor, material and equipment to alter two Rimige door openings, Increase the height of two overhead :arage doors, nnd Install two pass doors In the overhead garage doors. Plans and proposal forms may be obtained from the Office of the Director of Public Works. All proposals must be accompa nled by a bank cashier's check, or bank draft, or certified check for not less than ten per cent (10%) of he amount of the hid. Checks will >e returned upon award of the Con- City reserves the right to 2 Kennedy Proposals Up for Consideration WASHINGTON (AP) — Two of President Kennedy's major pro» posalii face action this week on Capitol Hill. The House wiil vote on a $l,l-billion .college construe- tion bill, the Senate on a measure to create a National Service Corps. The voting will come after the Senate opens hearings on the limited nuclear test ban treaty and the House starts writing a civil rights bill. The busy week continues the accelerated pace set last week when the Senate passed a big military pay increase bill and two $5,5-bii- lion appropriations bills and the ' Cut';, Flo worn..-.• Floral Arrangement* Member F.T.J), LSQ mw» JR. ; Alton Floral Phone 468-UM fiveitinf House voted to triple federal sup port of vocational education. Congressional leaders are trying to move as much legislation as possible before the civil rights bil hits the House floor and the Sen ate starts debate on the treaty. An attempt will be made in tin Senate to revive a Mexican farn labor bill defeated earlier by the House. The college construction bill on which the House votes Tuesday i u major part of the administra lion's education program. It failec to win passage last year becaus of disagreements between th< House and Senate over their separate versions, but is expected to fape easier going this year. A tougher road lies ahead fo the administration's proposal t< launch a National Service Corp; patterned on the Peace Corps There has been little Republicai support for the idea, especially it the House. This week is expected to see tlv final touches added to the admin Jstmtion's tax revision and reduc tion bill by the House Ways and Means Committee, which spent almost the entire sessjoj OP H, At Bethalto ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOtlCES • Aug. 12, 13 '83 ANNOUNCEMENTS 16 tOSt—Stn A Y6D—STOLEN 10 — 12 LOST—Car keys, license tat. ES- 8821. HO 5-57M. NOTICES 11 PREE WASTEPAPER PICK UP- At your home, also commercial accounts. 405-3421, Alton Waifi Paper Co. ll - 1.1 met. The reject any and all hlds and to waive echnlcalltles. By order of thi City Council. PAUL A. LENZ, P. E. Director of Public Works Legal — Aug. 10 12 16 '03 INVITATION FOR BIDS The Madison County Housing Au- Ihorlty will receive bids at Its Central Office, located at 80 Joseph Grcnzer Homes, Market and Wa-h- Ington Streets, Madison, Illinois, until 2:00 p.m., C.D.S.T., on the 2f)th dny of August, inn:), for Fire and Extended Coverage Insurance In the amount of $1,210.000 affecting Project ill. I5-4. 1. B. curran Homes, Alton. Illinois. For further Information and bidding documents contact: D. F. BRANER, Executive Director Madison County Housing Authority. Legal — 7-I2-1H. NOTICE—From this day forward t will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Dated this 12th day of Aueust, IflB. 1 ). William D, Hllemnn, 219 s. Pence, East Alton, III.- 11 _ 8-20 —- —«PRIVATE CONFIDENTIAL 1NVE8. TIGAT1ONS—Downstate Investlga. tlon service. 618-AT 3-9155. Lie. ft Bonded. Owner, D. A, Landers, RIDERS MA 11A — 12 WANTED—A ride to East St. Louis day shift. Call after 6 p.m. Phone CL 4-5304. EDUCATIONAL 12A INSTRUCTIONS 12A — TP Mon. thru Frl. I. B. M. KEY PUNCH — Burroughs, N.C.R. Bookkeeping Machine ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF AUTOMATION (As Seen on TV) 6427 Hampton. 508 N. Grand CALL COLLECT FL I-1197 or OL 2-5454 BETHALTO — A Bethallo wo man and her infanl son were in ured in a two-car accident on Rle. 140 in Bethallo Sturday a 8 p.m. Mrs. Carl W. I-Ienke, wife of .he vicar of Zion Lutheran Church, suffered an injury to her left elbow and her son, Kevin, 18 monlhs old, had an abrasion o his chin and a laceration to his .ongue. Both were treated and released from Wood River Township Hospital. Mrs. Henke's car collided with an auto that had pulled out in ront of her, she told Ihe Telegraph. She said Ihe second car lad been in a service station and was leaving. Driver of the second vehicle was Richard D. Link, 18, of 119 St. Mary's St. in Bethalto. The Henke family resides in ;he Beth-Mor Trailer Park. 4 Edwardsville Area Residents Enter Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Four area residents were admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital during the past weekend, eight patients were discharged and one birth recorded. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Landers, Rte. 3, a duaghter, at 4:14 p.m. Saturday, weight 8 sounds 12 ounces. The mother is :he former Dorothy Wiehardl. Admitted were: Mrs. Martha Helmantoler, Rte. 1; Eugene Aylward, 1100 Troy Rd.! Mrs. Leona Scheibe, Rte. 1; Miss June Schneider, 608 Garfield. Discharged were: Mrs, Viola Peckham, 314 East Vandalia; Mrs. Ruth Wetzel, 117 Johnson; Augusl Riepshoff, 505 North Buchanan; Julius Spitze, 500 West Tourth Ave.; Glen Duncan, 1439 Ladd; Miss Deborah Kahle, 501 N. Buchanan; Fred Sievers, Rte. 3; Reinard Rickher, 203 First Ave. Leo Fitzgerald Enters Hospital For Diagnosis superintendent, entered St. Joseph's Hospital Sunday evening for some diagnostic tests. Friends at City Hall today said that he had been al work as usual last week and expressed surprise at learning of his illness. Fitzgerald, who resides at 319a E. 4th St., holds a dual position with the city, serving both as san iataion superintendent aand supervisor of license collections. Public \Vorks Director Paul A. Len' was taking Fitzgerald's place today in handling supervision of Ihe sanitation division. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION PROBATIONARY PATROLMAN — Starling salnry $400 per month. Musi be 21 years nl age and not vet 35. Cllbcn of U.S. Resident of Alton. High school prndunte or equivalent. Illinois driver's license. Good crntllt rotlnH. Minimum helsht, 5'8"; maximum, 6'4". Minimum weight. M!i Ih.; maximum. 2,')5 Ih. Vision not Impaired more than 20/100. corectable to 20/20. Secure application from Civil Service Office. Room 204A, Alton City Hall, hetween II a.m. and :i p.m., Monday, Wednesday, or Friday. Written examination scheduled for fl:3(J a.m.. August 27. 196H. No application accepted after August 23, 19(i:!. nl 3:00 p.m. Don Koppenhaver, Chairman CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION -egal — Aug. 5 12 19 'B3 NOTICE IF CLAIM DATE Notice Is herehy given to all persons that the First Monday In Sep- ember. 19G3. Is the Claim Date In :he estate of JAMES D. McCLOS- <EY, Deceased, pending In the Pro- late Court of Madison County, Illl- lols, and that claims may he filed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of sum- nons. Dated Ihls 29th day of July, 1963. MARY K. McCLOSKEY, Executrix. Attest: DALE HILT, Probate Clerk. EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE 17 — 14 FRY COOK—Male, married, 25-30 Apply 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. In person only. Wlmpy's Drive-ln, Godfrey. 17—12 ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES Le«al — Aug. 12 '63 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice U hereby given that _ tentative budget and appropriation ordinance for road purposes of the Town of Godfrey In the County of Madison, State of Illinois, for the fiscal year beginning September 1 lacy, and ending August 31. 1064, will be on file and conveniently available to public Inspection at Godfrey Town Hall from and after 5:00 o'clock P.M., Saturday, August :i, 19B3. Notice Is further hereby given thai a public hearing on snld budget anc appropriation ordinance will be helc at 7:00 o'clock P.M.. Tuesday, August 20, 1063, at Godfrey Town Hall In this Town of Godfrey and thai final action on this ordinance wil' be taken by the Highway Commls sloner at a meeting to be held at Godfrey Town Hall at 7:00 o'clock P.M.. Tuesday, September 3, 11)03. H. C. HALLADAY.HIghwai Commissioner. HAROLD E. HORSLEY. Clerk. RENTALS FOLKS ARE TALKING ABOUT WASHINGTON MANOR ARTS, 70S WASHINGTON 8 bedroom, new kitchens, box ami itove, $110, Qua heat, nlr conditioner)), parklni;. One «HI<! three bedroom. FurnUhetl available. Inspect Moi, Phone Mr, Cole 464.2145 or 462-6244 CARD OF THANKS 3EORGE H. RINGERING — We would like lo take this means of thanking all of our friends, relatives and neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Especially Rev. Clagg, Rev. Blake, Fred Hamel, Smith Funeral Home, pallbearers, also all those who sent cards, flowers, food, or assisted In any and every way. Wife & Children. — 12 N LOVING MEMORY of Mrs. Ella Ull, who passed 1949. away Aug. 12, MANAGER Also salesmen for furniture department at Arlan's Dis count Store. Must be ex perienced In furniture sales Salary plus commission Make $10,000 plus! Phon for appointment: Mr. Miller HArrison 6-2366 daily after 12 17A EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 17A — 12 ALASKA, Overseas, U. S. Job In formation. High Pay. Write Glob Application Service, Box 804, Bait more 3, Maryland. 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE EMPLOYMENT AVE iBftly (Ion- fora ««w _nuM« with National c<*. At« ao w over, Above avaraiw jMrnfftii, *t$- jortunlty, cull AD S4M1.^ " , w mor» premium* invest, want to fearn ji.C per mo. * c«»h s warn* to alve attandaftt* * ror selling; write Box m.^Htt Alton Telegraph. Be sure tf' 8jv« ,VOur phone no. Experlencea Drl-pewr Distributor will IntervMt . Y«j» regarding distr. of Drl-Powr Automotive Product*. fl i 15 Otf ... -...—. — _: __ , ± iiiiiiiiiif nrtt'-rV i'r ---- — WANTED— We have * pl»c« tot you. Start with ISO Or $100 ca»h. SU~ nelghbora and friends with na. ally-known line of household prod' ucis* in pt. Alton or E. Altfln, se* or write c, H. Welch, H05 Sixth St.. Cottage Hills. Ph.: 2C9-IB5I. Wood River, Make .M.oo an hour. Start »t one*. Write Rawlelgh, Dept, ILII-800-H6, Freeport, 111, _ $240 A WE!K IMMEDIATE OPENING— M«B to call on churches and other civic organizations with guaranteed money making plan. Must have* car and be free to travel. We will train you and demonstrate In the :flftld thftt you can earn commissions or $240 and more weekly. Call Mr. Jo* Pclrsol on Monday In St. Louis, Mo. at Mnln I-n22U. 21 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE 21 — 12 — • ALL AROUND HOUSE CLEANING —Handy man. No Job too small or large. Phone 462-6362 after 4 t».m. 22 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE 22 — 12 —a— COLORED GIRL—Wants Ironing or day work. Call HO 2-5374. Lucille Reed. 22 — 13 WANTED — Ironings. References. Call CL 4-2680. FINANCIAL 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 23 — H — FOR SALE—Formerly White's Tin Shop, tinners tools, sheet metal parts and equipment. 1423 Thorpe St. Phone 462-1424. 23 — 17 • RESTAURANT FOR SALE — By owner. 45 miles southwest Springfield, III. Route 111. Good business. Seats 40. Well equipped, air conditioned, plus 2 lots. Sacrifice for quick sale. $4.500. Catherine Stults, Hettlck, III. Phone 778-4365. 23 — 13 TERMITE and pest control equipment, also some monthly accounts. Write Box 750, care Alton Telegraph. 2.') — 12 WANTED—Someone to take over a small business place with living quarters. Good location In small town, 23 miles from Alton. Write Box 730 care Telegraph. PERSONAL SERVICE 30 OR KSSMAKING—TAILORING 9-4 DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pants cuffed. .Reasonable. References. In my home. CL 4-4034. , LAUNDERING 18 — 13 BABYSITTER For 2 children. North Alton. Call between 5-8 p.m. HO 2-0284. 18 — 13 BABYSITTER—Monday thru Friday. Must provide references and transportation. 466-1260. 18 — 12 .11 1 — 12 LAUNDERING—Ironings done In my home. $3 bundle. Pick-up & deliver if necessary. HO 2-7271, __ g-14 BASHINGS & IRONINGS—Reason- able. Experienced. HO 5-5259. BABYSITTER—For shift work. 2 school-age children. 462-3764. 18 — 14 Sadly missed by the family. — 12 ——— VIY FAMILY & I want to thank everyone for their prayers, cards, flowers I received during my four months' stay in St. Joseph's Hospital. Special thanks to the doctors, nurses, sisters and nurses' aides. Mrs. Fred Marshaw. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 9-6 t 5 FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGE MENTS—$5.00 up. Rexroat Flower Shop. 466-3789. 2712 Godfrey Rd. CURB GIRLS WANTED—No experience necessary. Apply Spotlight Drive-In, after 6 p.m. No phone calls. 18 — 12 EXPERIENCED WAITRESS — Full time. No phone calls. Comet Drive- Inn, 3B87 Broadway. 18 — 12 14 FULL TIME—Tap & ballet teacher Call 4-1431. 18 — 14 PEKSONALS 7 — 9-2 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5-1612. 7 — 8-26 LICENSED DETECTIVE — Legal photography. W. E. Burt, 2006 Washington Ave., Alton. 465-7350. 7 — 8/29 TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (Formerly Dex-A-D)et.) New name, same formula, only 98c. Honke Pharmacy. 8 RUMMAGE * PASTRY SALES 8—16 RUMMAGE SALE—1714 Washington. Monday thru Saturday, Friday only, 9 'til 9. 9 'til 5. LADY—To care for 2 school ag children. Must stay every thin week. Light housework. $15 week Call after 9 a.m. 254-4577. 18 — 12 LADIES—To do telephone survey work. Full or part time work. Good pay. For appointment apply 615Vi E. Broadway, Foster Studio, Monday or Tuesday from 10 'til 5. Ask for Mr. Sturglll. 18 — 12 WANTED—Middle age baby sitter, my home. Upper Alton. Beginning Sept. 3. Ref. HO 5-8045. 19 HELP WTD., Male * Female 19 — 12 ART STUDENT WANTED—To do brush or pen and ink drawings al home. Give particulars about self and phone number. Box 4982, St. Louis 8. Mo. 19 — 12 SOCIETIES and LODGES 9 — 12 ALTON SHRINE CLUB—Annual family outing Tuesday evening, August 13, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Torch Club grounds (off Fosterburg Road), main shelterhouse area. Short business session, dinner, games, dancing. Harris L. Ball, President ) — 13 — FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 25 AF&AM —Special meeting, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 7 p.m. Work in 3rd degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Refreshments. 9—13 WAYNE II. HARPER, W.M. EXPERIENCED COOK — manager Hotel Stratford. Apply ISA SALESLADIES 19A — 7— 1/15/27 — 8-12-26 CHRISTMAS CARDS — BUSINESS AND PERSONAL. EARN REALLY BIG COMMISSIONS selling medium and high-priced cards with customer's name Imprinted. Free Sample Album. Process Ccrp. (Our 42nd Year). 3450 So. 54th Avenue, Dept. GP-7, Chicago 50, 111. 19A — 5 7 12 14 DO YOU NEED EXTRA MONEY? —$75.00 yours for selling only 100 Pearl Splendor Christmas Card as sortments. $32.50 for 50 boxes, $15.00 for 25 boxes, etc. Free per sonalized samples, plus leading boxes on approval. Write today. II costs you nothing to try. Cheerful Card Co., H-332, White Plains, N.Y. SALESMEN 20 20 — 12 DRIVER SALESMAN—For estrb lished route. Must have sales expe rlence. .1. C. Ranft Bottling Co. 2118 Grand Ave., Granite City, 111 20 — 12 •HOSPITALIZATION AGENTS" We can furnish good men ALL THE LEADS they can work. Bonus plan top program and promotional op portunitles offer tremendous fu lure. We more than doubled our business this year. ROLL W1TI- US. Supervision opportunities I qualified. Write A. P. 2926 N. Oak land, Decatur, giving brief resume for personal Interview. P1ASA LODGE NO. 27 AF&AM — Special meeting Tues., Aug. 13th, 7:30 p.m., work In first degree. Visiting brethren welcome. LEO L, LARSH, W.M. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10 — 14 LOST—White billfold, lost at Willow or Park Ave., Wood River. Reward. CL 4-1444, ANNOUNCEMENTS BRAD'S PEST CONTROL ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER ROOM eliminates roaches, spiders, water bugs, silver fish, ants, and other household pests. All Work Guaranteed DON'T DELAY CALL TODAY CALL 462*3676 Business Establishments Estimated Free BOTTLE GAS FOR COOKING - HEATING JIM JONES, INC, SKELGAS 911 MILTON ROAD EMPLOYMENT National Manufacturer Has opening for one young, aggressive salesman who Is looking forward to tomorrow. Must be college graduate and have sales experience. Salary and bonuses, car and expenses furnished. Profit sharing and other excellent benefits. Reply giving complete details of education and sales experience to Uox 700 care of Alton Telegraph, REAL ESTATE New STORY Bungalow * 3 BEDROOMS Finished Family Room $17,500 BEDROOMS V buihs-lumlly room $18,750 Dumbc'rl Hd.-Ggiltrev Jim Real Eitatt 466-0411 or 466-3399 BUSINESS SERVICE 12 BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 12 — 9/7 AIR CONDITIONING And refrigeration service. Call Joe Rlzzoll. HO 5-1506 32 — 8-2B . BULLDOZING—Clearing and grading of all kinds. Call George Long- follow. HO : 7162. 32 — 9/16 . CARPENTER WORK ROOFING and .siding repaired and -emodeled, no job too small, estimates. 254-2303. 32 — 8-15-63 CHURCH'S FURNITURE REPAIRING—REFINISHINS TV, Appliances Serviced. 15 years experience. CL 9-9829. EDUCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL GRADSt Learn AIR CONDITIONING-REFIG. TOOL & DIE MAKING-DESIGN INDUSTRIAL TOOL ENGR, ENGINEERING DRAFTING AUTO MECHANICS Student Employment Service Phone ALLIED HO 2-9727 or Write Box 1200 In care Alton Telegraph MISC. FOR SALE FOR CtOGOED UWERS A DRAINS OU5ON-DEANE KOTO-ROOTER CO. ALTON— 402-8030 ROOM ADDITIONS Complete Remodeling Guaranteed Workmanship I" •%•••• Planning and FRF F Design Services I 11kb ESTIMATES CANHAM HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. "Let Georg* Do If HO 2-0386 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE TRADE TODAY TREMONT N, Ind Humbert Rd, OPEN DAILY 2 to 9

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