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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AtJGUSf Cheei* Honey, Speedy Scot In Fair Race in. (Ap> Cheet- Honey he&ds eight other eUglble 3-yeAtold trotters for the MattJbletoHiaH in the $20,000 Re view Futurity may at the flli ftbis State Fair. Cheer Money of the Bornier Sta ble lists the Hambletonian fa Vdrite, Speedy Scot, among vie Urns on hef record of four firsts two seconds and one third in sev en starts this year. Her fastest time is 2:01 2-5. The Review Futurity is the sec ond oldest race for 3-year-olds in the country and long has been re garded a preview for the Mam bletonian, which will be Aug. 28 in DuQuoin with a purse of $135, 000. Other eligibles facing Cheer Honey in the nine-horse field are Filter, Donner Hanover, Lucy's Victory, Derade, Captain's Boy Fearless Hanover and Glidden Hanover. i Illinois - bred Midnight Hardy owned by Charles W. Dean o. Arthur and driven by Howarc McCullough, set a world record for a pacing gelding at the 111! nois State Fair Wednesday. Midnight Hardy had mile heat of 1:58 and 1:58 1-5 for a com bined time of 3:56 1-5 that brok< the record for pacing geldings o 3:56 4-5 by Frisco Creed at Lex ington, Ky., in 1956. The Castleton filly 2-year-oL trot, the Fair's Grand Circuit fea ture Wednesday, was swept b; three entries of the Eaton Ridge Farm of Lexington. They finished 1-2-3. Pretty Flower was 3-1 with winning time of 2:07 3-5 for firs place. Kimberly 'Rodney (1-3 was second and Really Something (2-2) third. Horse Arrives With Hangover SAN FRANCISCO (AP)— Mul grave Fairfax, a Cleveland bay yearling stallion and the only registered horse of his sex and breed in the United States, arrived here Wednesday— with a hangover. Apparently the stallion, aboard the freighter Loch Royal on his way from England, was offered and accepted a bucket of beer by a convivial longshoreman while the ship was docked in Los Angeles. He suffered no lasting effects. Mulgrave will now reside in nearby Oakland whet-t his owners, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lorimer, say he will be offered for stud to selected mares only. Bike Riders Vie for Title CHICAGO (AP)-Some 225 contestants from 25 states and the District of Columbia will gather for the 43rd annual National Amateur Bicycle championships in suburban Northbrook next week. The entrants will be competing for 23 different awards in the Aug. 23-24 event. Jim Rossi, 27, of Chicago, who has won the national title in the men's division for the last foui years, will return to defend his championsliip. The women's champion, Nancy Burghart, 19, of Jackson Heights N.Y., also will return. A new champion will be ami Outdoors tvtili iliti'oltl Ski Shot* Sunday The Altott Water Ski Club will present at 2 l /4-hour show of 15 or more acts Sunday at the Bowline Boat Club beginning at 1:30 p.m., announced P. D. (Pap ) Watson, a Bowline member. "The club presented shows last weekend at Washington and Brunswick, Mo., and never has given belter performances," re ported Stttti Lansing, announcer for the shows. Previously the club has given shows at Jay Bee Resort, Foley, Mo., and Jacksonville, 111. "Tom King will not only pre sent a kite flying ski act but will spin around while doing so, continued Lansing, who ha lis own outdoor radio show every Saturday on radio station WIBV, Belleville, at 11:30 a.m. "King also performs in a jumping team with Ed Bockhottz and Jerry Howard. The team does difficull helicopter spins, cross-overs and other tricky feats. Betty Norman will present some highly skilled slalom skiing." Possible Parachute Act A parachute skiing act wll! also be shown if the wind is moderate and in the right direction. Bl!l Garver will present the spectacular para-skiing act. "I've enjoyed every second ol announcing the club's shows,' Lansing added. "I know spectators will agree that members ol the Alton Water Ski Club will be at their finest Sunday. Some of the greatest in water clown acts will be given by Gene Cob bel and Garver. The ski club has made great strides under the leadership of Mel Untcrbrlnk, president, and his wife, June." Radio Fright During a recent radio show interview with Cleo Sewell, 1961 trick ski champ at Springfield, 111., Lansing asked Sewell the mechanics of trick skiing. Sewell developed mike fright and replied: "I'm stuck, I don't know." "Admission fee is $1 a couple and children under 12 are free," Vatson said. "Refreshments will be available. There is plenty of parking area, shade and picnic acilities on the club grounds at the mouth of the Hartford .(Ca- hokia) Canal a few miles south of Hartford. The rain date is the following Sunday." Coast Guard Log Raco Winners of the Coast Guard Auxiliary Predicted Log Race on Alton Lake last Sunday will not be announced until Saturday evening at a Victory Dinner, reported Mat-old Jnnspn, California Avenue, radio patrol command er of the event. There were 35 advance entries who had to estimate prioi to the race exactly the clapser time they would pass severa check points over a 20 to 25-mile course. The race started a North Shore Yacht Club. The check points were Lake Centet Yacht Club, a clubhouse off the Missouri shore upstream fron Grafton, to a harbor north o! Grafton and to Palisades Yacht Club where the race was con eluded. "It takes much time to com pute the percentage of error o each contestant between eacf point and his over- all percen tage," Jansen explained. "Thai is why it takes several days to figure out the first, second and third place winners." Radio Skippers Flotilla 6 radio group main tained contact at check points and over the entire course dur ing the race. In addition four more radio-equipped boats from the Flotilla patrolled the course Aboard Jansen's boat "Com municator" were Floyd Schilling and Ray C. Sundemian. Other radio skippers included Perry Haydcn and Kcnnctth Mcs scrsmiih in separate, craft anc Don Alwfne and CIovls LaPlanto who operated a radio boat on the upper end of the course Sea Explorer Scouts were the observers on each boat to see that the skippers didn't use an> timing device. Following the race, members of (lie Auxiliary had a barbecue on Portage Island. New Flotilla Member Joe Russo, Godfrey, an insurance consultant, and president of the Egyptian Radio Club, recently took his Coast Guard Auxiliary examination and became a member of Flotilla 6. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES AliR. 8-I5-21-6.1 New Regulations Permit More Waterfowl Kills crowned in the junior division Last year's winner, Allan Grieco of Hackensack, N.J., will ente the men's division this year. Races will vary from the one- quarter mile dash to a 10-mile i race. The person collecting the most total points will be crowned champion. First prize for the men's division will be a 23-jewel diamond studded wrist watch valued at $1,000. Also appearing in the AAU- sponsored meet will be Jack Disney, 28, of Monrovia, Calif., who won the men's title five consecutive years, from 1954-58. WASHINGTON (AP) — Regula- 1 ions announced Wednesday are lesigned to permit waterfowl lunters to kill more ducks, geese and coots this season than last. The Interior Department said he more liberal regulations for all flyways are the direct result }f an increase in waterfowl production during the summer. The liberalization took several different forms. The basic bag limit 'for ducks md coots is larger for the At- antic flyway, with the same basic number of hunting days as ast season, while the season for shooting geese will be 70 days— 10 days longer—with the bag the iame. In the Mississippi and Central flyways the basic season will be 35 days (or ducks and coots—10 days longer than last year—and the basic bag and possession limits for ducks will be double those of last season. The open season on geese will be 70 days in the Mississippi and 75 in the Central—increases of 10—but the bag and possession limits remain unchanged. States will prescribe the shooting days within their boundaries in accordance with the federal regulations, being allowed to select duck and coot seasons between Oct. 5 through Jan. 5, 1964. The outside dates for goose seasons will be Oct. 1 through Jan. 15 in the Atlantic, Mississippi and Central flyways. Pacific flyway states may select goose seasons between Oct. 5 and Jan. 5. THRILLS! SPILLS! EXCITEMENT! SUNDAY AUG. 18 AND EVERY SUNDAY • FENDER BENDERS • AMATEURS • MODIFIED RACES Time Trials 7:30 P.M., Rating 8:30 P.M. Godfrey Speedway ROUT! 67 I MILES NORTH OF ALTON The announcement took note of a continued increase in the population of canvasback and red- liead ducks from dangerously low levels but said the numbers have not increased enough to warrant opening a season on these species. Special limits on wood ducks of two in the bag and two in possession and on hooded mergansers of one in the bag and two in possession are again prescribed for all fly ways. A daily bag of five and a possession limit of 10 will again be in effect on American and red- breasted mergansers, singly or in the aggregate of both kinds, in all flyways in addition to the basic limit on ducks collectively. Shooting hours on ducks and coots in the Atlantic, Mississippi, and Central flyways will be from sunrise to sunset. In the Pacific flyway, they will be from one- half hour before sunrise to sunset. On the opening day of the sea son for ducks and coots in all flyways, including both opening days of a split season, shooting will begin at 12 noon standarc time. Details on the regulations in the Mississippi flyway, which in eludes Illinois, are: The states of Alabama, Arkan sas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Ken ucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Min i e s o t a, Mississippi, Missouri Ohio, Tennessee and Wisconsii nay select concurrent open sea sons on ducks, except canvas k and redhead, and cotts o 35 consecutive days or a split sea son totaling 32 days with basi imits on ducks collectively o 'our daily and eight in posses sion, and on cotts of eight dailj and 16 in possession. The daily bag limit may not in ..•hide more of the following spe cies than; (A) one hooded mer ;aser; (B) two wood ducks; (C wo maddard or black ducks, sing ly or in the aggregate of boll kinds. The possession limit ma> not include more of the followini species than: (A) two hoodei m e r g a n s e r s; (B) two wooc ducks; (CJ four mallard or bluet ducks, singly or in the aggregate of both lands. The states may select an ope season on geese of 70 consecuttv days or a split season totaling 7 days with a daily bag and pos session limit of five geese. The daily bag and possessioi limits may not include, in the al ternative, more of the followini spedes than; (A) two Canad; geese or subspecies; (R) tw white-fronted geese; or (C) on Canada goose or subspecies am one white-fronted goose. In the counties of Ale.\andei Juckson, Union, and Williamsoi in Illinois the combined kill o Canad.3 geese will be limited t a total of 20,000 birds, In certain NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all persons (hit the First Monday In October. 1963 Is the Claim Date In the estate of GENTRY BLAIR. Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County. Illlnbls, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said dnte without Issuance of summons. Dated this 2nd day of August. 1963. Dorothy Davidson, Administratrix Attest: Dale Hill. Probate clerk Armbruster & Diaz, Attorney Legal — Aug. 8-15-22-63 NOTICE. OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is Hereby given to all persons that the First Monday In October, 1963 Is the Claim Date In the estate of .TOHN RINK, 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 2nd day of August. 1963. Lillian Worlman. Executrix Attest: Dale Hill. Probate Clerk George M. Berry. Attorney Legal — Aug. 8-15-21-63 — ANNUAL SHAREHOLDERS MEETING The Annual Shareholders Meeting of the Citizens Savings and Loan Association of East Alton, Illinois, will be held In the office of the Association, 323 Smith Avenue. East Alton. Illinois at 8:00 P.M. on Monday, August 26th. 1963. tha purpose of this meeting will be to elect seven Directors and trnnsact any other business that mlRht come before the shareholders. Signed: H. G. Wlckenhauser. President C W .Inbusch. Secretary-Treasurer 2 CARD OF THANKS 2 — 15 THE FAMILY of Earl C. Hill would like to thank everyone who was so kind to us during his Illness, and after his passing, especially St. Joseph's Hospital, the various churches and organizations, Basbee Fu neral Home and Rev. A. C. Hall. Telegraph Want Ads "Click" Patton Named American Cup Playing Captain NEW YORK (AP)—The same American amateurs who defeated Britain in the Walker Cup golf competition this year will 'oppose Canada and Mexico in the Americas Cup matches Sept. 5-6 at Des Vloines, Iowa. The Yanks have von mis international event all six times. Billy Joe Patton of Morganton, .C., was appointed playing cap- ain of the squad of seven players and two alternates named by the U.S. Golf Association Wednesday. The group is headed by Labron Ian-is Jr. of Enid, Okla., the U.S. Amateur champion; Richard Davies of Pebble Beach, Calif., .962 British amateur champion, and Dick Sikes, the 1961 and 1962 National Public Links champion i'om Springdale, Ark. Other members of the squad nclude Deane Beman of Arling- on, Va.; Charlie Coe of Okla loma City; Dr. Edgar Updegraff of Tucson, Ariz., and alternates Bob Gardner of Essex Fells, N.J., and Downing Gray of Pensacola, Fla. The Americas Cup and the Na- ional Amateur Championship starting Sept. 9 will be played over the Wakonda Club's course n Des Moines. BASEBALL HEROES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING — Dick Stuart, Red Sox, rapped six hits, including 29th liomer, and drove in six runs, splitting output equally in 14-7, doubieheader sweep of American League-leading New York Yan kees. PITCHING—Dick Donovan, In dians, defeated Chicago White Sox 1-0 in 11 innings, allowing only four singles and retiring IS in a row at one stretch. GOLFING NOTES ANNOUNCEMENTS 15 CARD OF THANKS GILBERT TRENT—We would like to thank nil of our friends, relatives and neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement, especially Rev. Burke. Rev. l.obos. Wood River American Legion Post 204, Marks Mortuary, pallbearers, all who sent cards, flowers, food or assisted In any way. Wife and Family. 3 IN LOVING MEMORY 3 — 15 Iii loving memory of Harry Johnson who passed away 2 years ago today. Sadly missed by daughter and family. 3 — 15 IN LOVING MEMORY of dear mother Mrs. Ida Cox, who passed nwny 2 years ago today, Aug. 15, 1961. She was a precious mother, With a heart so true. Scattering rays of sunshine, Into the lives she knew. Just God alone who knows the heartache, Till God alone who sees the tears. As they fall In sweet remembrance, For the one we loved so dear. We try not to be lonely, And try to wear a smile. But there are such longing heart aches. That we suffer all the while. Sadly missed by, Family. EMPLOYMENT ISA SALESLADIES I9A — 16 GIRLS^TRAVEl Have openings (or 5 girls over 17. Must be tient, nmbltlous, tree to travel. 12 slates. Resorts and return with chaperoned sroup. Assist manager for largo southern concern. Average $82 weekly plus bonus. No exeperlcnce necessary, we trnln you. Transportation and cash drawing account furnished throughout. Apply Mr. Hartman. Friday & Saturday, only, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Stratford Hotel. 13 UUILD1NG 33 — 9-tt Complete Hern* Improvement Quality Workmanship Free Estimates Low Prices 259-2319 33 — 8/17/63 ''- -'———— • CONRETE WORK OF ALL KINGS— Walls, floors, walks, porches, «tc. Free estlma'es, HO 8-1290, HO 2-3483 Anytime. 20 SALESMEN 20 — 10 BOYS TRAVEL I need 5 boys over 17. Must be neat, nmbltlous, free to travel 12 states and return. Assist manager for large southern concern. No exper- lence necessary. We train you to average ovpr $90 weekly plus bonuses. Transportation and cash drawing account furnished from start. Leave Immediately. See Mr. Hartman, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Stratford Hotel, Friday & Saturday only. 20 — 15 HAVE OPENING for 2 men In this area with National Co. Age 30 or over, above average earnings, op portunlty. Coll AD 3-4801. 20 — Hi t FUNERAL DIRECTORS 5 — D-B FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS—$5.00 up. Rexroat Flower Shop. 466-3789. 2712 Godfrey Rd. JOB SECURITY WOULD YOU CHANGE JOBS FOR $6000 A YEAR?—I need two young married men with car, willing to work an honest 9 hrs. dally. $105 to staff. For interview, write Box 8242 College Sta., St. Louis Mo, 63156. 10 — 15 MONUMENTS —CEM. LOl'S — 17 2 GRAVE LOT—At Roselawn Memory Gardens. $100 less than present selling price. B. Wood, Rt. 1, Box 100-A, Medora. 7 7 — 9-2 PERSONALS 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 - TF — TU — TH — SAT RENT Cameras, protectors, accessories. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE Alton's Photo Center, HO 5-2585 230 East Broadway, Alton 7—18 8-15 .9-13 TAVERNS—Triple money back If Rlesen Clear Glass Is not the best bar, back bar, bottle, mirror, table, and glass cleaner for less. CROWN — HO 5-5503 7 — 8/29 TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (Formerly Dex-A-Dlet.) New name, same formula, only 98c. Honka Pharmacy. 8 RUMMAGE 8—16 * PASTRY SALES RUMMAGE SALE—1714 Washington. Monday thru Saturday, 9 'til 5. Friday only, 9 'til 9. REPRESENT $5,000,000 company In greater Alton area. Age ' 25-55. High school graduate, neat appearance. Write Box 860. Care Telegraph. 9 — 15 • SOCIETIES and LODGES 12 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE 22 — 16 FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 25 AF&AM —Special meeting Thursday, Aug. 15, 7 p.m. Work In 2nd degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Refreshments. WAYNE H. HARPER, W.M. RONINGS WANTED—Free pick-up and delivery. Experienced and references. HO 5-5949. 22 — 16 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10 — 15 LOST—Reddish brown large dutch Chihuahua. Answers to the name of Rusty. Vaccination No. 373. If found return to Anthony Kalzer, 307 Harriett St. HO 5-2164. 10 — 16 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 23 — 15 LOST—Small black dog. Vicinity of 2 miles north of Cloverleaf Golf Course. Answers to "Frltzle." Rabies shot No. 6131. Child's, pet." CL 9-3780. '- .t: 10 — 15 LOST — Purse, vicinity of r Arras Grocery Store, Stanley Road. If found, call CL 9-3407. . • 10 — 16 DARI-MAID DRIVE-IN for sale or lease. Established business. Ideal location. Reduced price for quick sale. Doctor says sell. Call for appointment to inspect. CL 4-7267. 23 — 20 LOST: Irish Setter; red dog with long hair, children's pet, reward. Call 254-1016. 10 — 15 LOST—Near Brussels Ferry on Calhoun side, male English setter. White with orange spot on left side. Phone HO 2-4555. 10 — 15 ESTABLISHED WATKINS ROUTE available due to illness. 400 active accounts. Route now earns average $6,000 per year. Write Box 134, Carlinville, 111. 23 — 17 PACKAGE Liquor Store fixtures inventory dram shop license. Write Box 880 Care Telegraph. 23 — 17 LOST—White & blond male Peking ese. Cottage Hills vicinity. Phone CL 9-2970. 10 — 17 STRAYED—Long haired black dog. Small, real old. Family pet. Vicinity of Belle & Hawthorne, information dead or alive appreciated. 462-8032. 11 U — 8-15- NOTICES FREE WASTEPAPER PICK UP— At your home, also commercial accounts. 465-3621, Alton Waste Paper Co. 11 — 8-20 PRIVATE CONFIDENTIAL INVESTIGATIONS—Downstate Investiga- tlon Service. 618-AT 8-9155. Lie. & Bonded. Owner. D. A. Landers. 11A 11A 16 RIDERS RIDERS WANTED to St. Louis— 7:45 to 4:30, 465-5132. 11A — 15 RIDERS—From Wood River area to downtown St. Louis. 8 a.m. to 4:"JO P.m. CL 4-6491. 11A — 16 WANTED—Riders from Alton to St. Louis. Working hours 8:30 to 5 DU 4-9995. EDUCATIONAL 12A 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-1 197 or OL 2-5454 EMPLOYMENT TOURNEY CANCELLED Due to lack of sufficient number of entries, the. Alton City Match Golf Tournament has been cancelled, portions of Die counties of Dodge and Fond Du Lac the combined kill of Canada geese will be limited to a total of 12,000 birds. Wisconsin may select a separate open season for geese for the areas governed by quota control of 70 consecutive days or a split season totaling 70 days within the outside dates of Sept. 20 and Jan. 15. Missouri may select a separate open season for geese for the area governed by quota control of 70 consecutive days or a split season totaling 70 days. When it has been determined by the director of the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife that the quota of Canada geese al lotted for any area has been killed in that area, the season will be closed by the director, who will give public notice thereof through local information media no Jess than '18 hours in advance of the time and day ol closing ol the open season. 17 HELP WANTED 17 — 16 MALE JOURNEYMAN MACHINIST — Ap ply Lenhardt Tool & Die, 3100 E, Broadway. 17 — 15 MARRIED MAN — For farm and slaughterhouse work, modern house. See Earl or Win. Shelton Shipman, III. 17 — 15 WANTED—Manager for small busl ness, Must have business expert ence. Salary plus percentage. Write Box 840 in care of the Alton Eve ning Telegraph. 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE 18 _ 16 BABY SITTER WANTED—To care for 3 children. 466-1775. 18 — 22 BABYSITTER—And light housekeep keeper. Protestant. Work -days Monday-Friday. Elsah Area. Cal 466-3015 after 5 p.m. is — 17 BEAUTICIAN — Experienced pro ferred, for well established beauty salon. Immediate employment Write Box 870, care Telegraph. 18 — 17 HELP WANTED—Bakery sales girl, part time. Average 27 hours pei week. Evening hours 3 to 9 p.m. S day week. Uniforms furnished. Age 25 to 40. Sales experience desirable Apply after 10 a.m. Mrs, Slcbold' Bake Shop, Washington Square Shopping Center, 1630 Main SI. Alton. 18 — 15 MATURE WOMAN—Over 35. foi small office • light typing. Credl loan collection or Interviewing ex perience helpful but not required Starling salary $175 mo. Phone Saturday B to 12 for appointment 18 — 20 ONE WAITRESS—And 1 fry cook No phone calls accepted. Leroy'i Lounge, 6th ft Tennyson, Wooc River. 18 HELP WTD., Male * Female 19 — 16 COUNTER BOY * CURB GIRL — No experience necessary. No schoo children. No phone calls. Brlgh Spot Drive-In, IB - 17 KITCHEN KELP—Full time. Skagge Steak House, CL 4-7612 between 10:30 a.m. ft 13 noon. MEN FOR FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT $105.00 PER WEEK SALARY PLUS BONUS One of the fastest progressive com panics in Its field will have a representative Interviewing men who hold the following qualifications: 1. Ages 21 to 40. 2. Own automobiles In good condition. 3. Willing to travel Monday through Friday. Home, on week ends. 4. nigh school education. 5. Available for Immediate env ployment. o experience necessary. Thorough training Is given by company and pay begins with .training. Apply In person to: MR. JOHN SCOTT Company Representative 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Friday, August 16th Illinois State Employment Office 1719 Washington Ave.. Alton, 111. •0 — 17 1 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE 1 — 16 MARRIED MEN—Want odd Jobs. Call 465-2739 or 462-5138 any time. WANTED — Ironings. References, free pick-up & delivery. Call 254-2680. FINANCIAL CARD & GIFT SHOP—Located In local shopping center. Stock, fixtures and lease Included. Big potential. Inquiries write Box 830, care Telegraph. 3 — 17 BUSINESS SERVICE • CONTRACTING DRCORAtlNQ 14 34 _ n/18 BEST IN DECORATING — Pfllrtt- Ing Interior and exterior. Paper hanging and removal. Free estimates. Reasonable prices. 468-1134. 34 - 8-24 — DIAL HO 2-1858— From 6 to 9 p.m. for your money's worth In good exterior, Interior painting and dec orating. 34 — 17 PAPER V -.NGJNG—Painting, ptas tor repair, carpenter work. Dial HO 2-0381. 34 — 9-2 PAINTING, PLASTERING—RerrtOV Ing wallpaper, No Job too small. Free estimates. 466-2852, 462-0657. 34 — 9/5/63 PLASTERING PAINTING, Wallpaper removing. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. 254-8189. 38 HOME UU1LD1NG SERVICE 38 — in PRE-CUT WORK DONE PUE CUT to your specifications, Mouses, garages, cabinets, steps, elc. Will pro-cut and label any type or part of building accord- Ing to your specifications, you as snmble and erect. HO 5-5914. FOR RENT—3 room furnished npt Call HO 2-6744. 6 — 16 40 STORAGE — MOVING 40 — 8-26-63 Free Estimate Call HO 2-8240 PRES BELCHER Agent For VON DER AHE VAN LINES World Wide Movers 1018 Elliott Ave., Alton, III. RENTALS 41 SLEEPING ROOMS 41 — 20 NICE SLEEPING ROOM—For ma ture working lady, HO 2-7137. 41 — 17 NICE—Furnished sleeping roo'm In private home. Phone privileges CL 4-8460. 41 — 9/16 ROOM—2 blocks downtown Wooc River. Private entrance. 254-2366 or 254-7259. 41 — 16 SLEEPING ROOM — Private entrance, for working girl, close In. HO 5-6965. 41 — 16 SLEEPING ROOM—330 Langdon. 41 — 21 SLEEPING ROOM — 1030 Union HO 2-5970. 42 ROOM and BOARD 42 — 9-13 : : FCR MEN—Nice clean cool rooms Good meals. Close In. 628 Alby. 42 — 22 PRIVATE BOARDING HOME—For elderly ladles, gentlemen, private paid. Only 3 blocks to St. Mary's 6 blocks downtown Alton. Oh bus line. 520 6th & Mechanic St., Al ton. Telephone 462-4865. 42 —.16 WANTED—3 men boarders on pen slon. Call 319 Ridge St., Alton, 111 43 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 43 — 21 1 HOUSEKEEPING ROOM — 1712 Bozza Street, 465-5949. . 45 APARTMENTS — FLATS 45 — 9-12 3 ROOM MODERN — Private en trance, heat and water furnished Adults. 465-7951 after 5. 45 — 16 3 LARGE ROOMS—Bath, range, up stairs. HO 5-5602. 45 — 16 3 ROOM APT.—Prvlate entrance Exceptionally nice. 465-3804 after 5 p.m. 15 — 15 3 ROOMS AND BATH—Newly deco rated, heat & water furnished, $6C mo. HO 5-3080 or HO 2-5948. 45 — TF 3 ROOMS—Upper Alton. Heat and water furnished. $45. Real Estat Exchange. 462-9797, 45 — 21 RESTAURANT FOR SALE — By owner. 45 miles southwest Springfield, 111. Route 111. Good business. Seats 40. Well equipped, air conditioned, plus 2 lots. Sacrifice for quick sale. $4,500. Catherine Stults, Hettiok, 111. Phone 778-4365. 23 — 9/9 3 LARGE ROOMS—Upstairs. Pri vate entrance and bath. Heat, wa ter supplied. $60. 462-8970. 462-3015 45 — 17 3 ROOMS—Very nice. Birch cabinets tiled floor. Adults only, Mid-Town Alton. CL 4-2911. 45 — IF YOU CAN SELL—Have $1,500 to Invest. Want to earn $1,000 or more per mo. & cash awards & premiums to give attendants & dealers for selling; write Box 660, care Alton Telegraph. Be sure to give your phone no. Experienced Dri-Powr Distributor will Interview you regarding dlstr. of Dri-Powr Automotive Products. PERSONAL SERVICE 10 DRESSMAKING—TAILORING 30 — 9/17 ALTERATIONS — Complete line, pants, pockets, zippers replaced, dressmaking. Experienced. Mrs. O'Bryan. 462-3360. 30 — 9-4 DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pants cuffed. Reasonable. References. In my home. CL 4-4034, 31 LAUNDERING 31 — 9-14 WASHINGS & IRONINGS—Reason able. Experienced. HO 5-5259. BUSINESS SERVICE 32 BUS, ANNOUNCEMENTS 32 — 9/7 AIR CONDITIONING And refrigeration service. Call Joe Rlzzoll. HO 5-1006. 32 — 8-26 BULLDOZING—Clearing and grad ing of all kinds. Call George Longfellow. HO .' 7162. 32 — 9/16 CARPENTER WORK ROOFING and siding repaired and ••emodeled, no job too small, estl mates. 254-2303. 32 — 8-15-63 CHURCH'S FURNITURE REPAIRING—REFINISHING TV. Appliances Serviced. 15 years experience. CL 9-9829. 32 - 10 DRIVEWAY AND YARD LEVELING — Also weeds mowed with tractor rotary mower. 259-1567. 32 9/17 ELECTRICAL WIRING—Meter serv. ice, installation, repairs, parts. Berry & Son Electric — DU 4-9288 32 — 15 OPEN FOR BUSINESS—Jim Fife Trimming Service. 8 years expert ence. Formerly with Plasa Nursery Free estimates, Ph. 259-2990. 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 r- TF 1 . — PARTS * SERVICE — Washing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners. 838 E. 7th — HO 2-4423 MIDDLECOFF'S FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVER CLEANER SERVICE 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-BAILEY. Inc. DU 4-4662 CL 4-2860 33 U'JILOlNCi -CONTRACTING 33 — 8-20 ...:..', ... ' BOB WOOD—Basement waterproofing and cement work of all Kinds 466-2407. 33 — 8-28 CARPENTER REPAIR, block lay- Ing, concrete work, plumbing, new homes, painting. HQ 5-2436. 33 - .9/17 ——* » — CARPENTER WORK — Patch plas terlnij, roof repair, plumbing work blocks laid ana cement work. Also Interior and exterior painting. Cal Charles stormer. 486-1437. Read Telegraph Want Ads Pally 3 and 4 room private bath. Very nice, all utilities furnished. Mid Town, 1322 Garden. HO 2-9082 or 259-2966. 45 — 16 3 ROOM APT.—Unfurnished, secom floor. Air conditioned. Water anc heat furnished. Private home. Sep arate entrance. Couple only. Ref erences. HO 5-9041 after 5:30. 45 _ 15 3'/i ROOM — Unfurnsheld modern apt. Private entrance. Newly dec orated. CL 4-2664. 45 — 16 4 ROOMS — Private entrance, bath heat, garage. Newly decorated Adults. HO 5-5720. 45 — 17 4 ROOMS — Upstairs, large bath private enclosed entrance, garage East 8th near Henry. After 6 p.m call 462-7554. 45 — 16 4-ROOM — Private bath and en trance, first floor, newly decorat cd, gas heat, close to schools, Cal CL 9-1910 after 4 p.m. 45 — 16 5 ROOMS & BATH—Modern, clean downstairs. HO 2-2561, HO 2-0833 45 — 16 6 ROOMS—2 baths. 817 Madison. In quire 108 Eighth St., Wood River. 45 — 17 FOR RENT—Two 3-room apts. Heat water, sewer paid. References re quired, 462-5996. 45 — 16 FOR RENT—Apt, 4 rooms & bath Full basement, $65 mo. 254-0730 200 Grand, East Alton. 45 — 20 LARGE 3 ROOM UPSTAIRS APT —All utilities paid. $65 per mo 308 W. 4th or call 462-0187. 45 -r- 15 MODERN — 3 large rooms, bath Heat & water paid. Private en trance. 465-3461. 45 — 15 UNFURNISHED — 5 large rooms Upstairs. Godfrey area. Adult only. Dial'466-1087. 45 — 17 UPPER ALTON—3 rooms, unfur nlshed, heat and water furnished Newly decorated. Adults only HO 2-7162 or 254-0900. 45 — TF WILSHIRE COLONIAL APTS Alr-condltloned, spacious living, & 2 bedrooms, furnished or un furnished. Range, refrigerator disposal, drapes. R, N. Dunn 254-9113 or 259-2987. 45 — 16 , 2616 E, BROADWAY — 5. room modern. Basement for laundry. $6 mo.. Including heat and water Walking distance to Laclede Stee Adults, HO 2-1975. 48 FURNISHED APARTMENTS 46 — 16 1 ROOM EFFICIENCY—All modern private entrance. 1131 E, 5th. Ph HO 5-1871. 46 — 15 1 ROOM EFFICIENCY FOR REN —All utilities furnished. $40 pe month. For lady. HO 5-9018. 40 — 22 . i,. ,. — 2 ROOM FURNISHED — Prlvat bath & entrance. Electric & wate furnished. $8.50 weekly. HO 2-1427 48 — 17 ..... ,— 2 ROOMS—.For working girl. A utilities furnished. Telephone an washing facilities. 1400 E. 4th. Ph HO 5-8029. 46 — 21 — 2 ROOMS — Beautifully furnished modern, paneled kitchen. Prlvat bath and entrance. Utilities, Adult 1213 W, 9th. 46 — 19 - , 2 FURNISHED ROOMS for ren All utilities furnished. 222 Dorrl Alton. 46 -TF 2 ROOM—Nicely furnished epti. A utilities paid. HO 5-7331. 46 — 19 -' — 2 ROOMS—Wood River. Uilllile furnished. $8,90 weekly. 462-8877, 46 — 19 3 LARGE ROOMS—In Wood Rive Utilities furnished. 462.9877. 46 — 17 3 ROOMS—Furnished, and bath. HO 6-1262. 48 ~ 1_7_ 3 LARGE ROQMS AND •"FURNISHED APARTMENTS ROOM APT.—to my home. Ullljj Ift!i paid 403 llumbleton, Wood River. CL 4-8838. ROOM-rurnUhed apt. Both, utlll IC$. East 4lh. HO 2-8357. 6 - 0/1S/83 FURNfSIIED ROOMS And bath. 2 blocks from glass works. Call >efore 10 and ntter 7 p.m. IO 5-5086. __— ROOM—Furnished apt. First floor. Entirely private. Adults only. Ph. '10 5-.1712. ROOM—Downstairs apt., private bath, utilities furnished. East Al ton, adults, $05. 466-3001. 6—16 ROOM FURNISHED APT — Prl vate bath. Utilities furnished, in Alton. CL 9-2100. 6 — IB •ROOM FURNISHED APT. — $15 weekly, all utilities paid. Parking facilities, on busline. HO 6-B965. 6 a- TF ' —— ROOM—Adults. Utllltlei. Close-In, Off street park, Wlnkler Apt*., 700 Alby. FURNISHED modern rooms. Heat lights, water furnished. Near schoo & shopping center. $70 month. Chit dren welcome. CL 4-8945. 6—17 ROOMS MODERN—Water and gas paid. 030 Lorena. CL 4-5535. 6 — 15 ROOM—Furnished apt. No pets Adults only. Ideal for working couple. CL 4-4943 after 5 p.m. 6 — IB FURNISHED—4 rooms, bath, porches, front and back entrance 228 S. Main, Wood River. HO 2-6537 6 — 9/16 MOTEL APIS. 'V. TELEPHONE—Air conditioned By day or week. Near Industries Hartford. CL 4-6224. 6 — 17 ••IORTH ALTON—2 rooms & both Furnished, utilities furnished. Jer seyvllle 1S23-R. _ 22 ROXANA — 3 rooms. Private en trance and bath. Washing facilities Phono privileges. Utilities paid. CL 4-2216. 6—10 VOOD RIVER—249 7th St.. upstairs 3 V4 rooms, private bath tt en trance. Utilities except lights fur nlshed. Adults only. 462-0250, 254-1227. 0 — 0-11 WOOD RIVER AIR CONDITIONED—1 & 2 rooms efficiency apts. Completely fur nlshed Including washer & dryer 254-3831. 254-4448. Mrs. Decker. HOUSES FUR RENT 17 7 7 BEDROOM HOUSE—Full base ment, garage, for rent. $75 montl ly. No pets. 240 Wood River Ave East Alton. CL 4-6917. 7 — 17 ROOMS — Modern. With garage Milton Area. $70. HO 2-2079. 7 — 16 ROOMS — Sunporch, all modern newly redecorated. CL 4-1808 o HO 2-5100. 7 — 10 ROOM—Modern duplex. $60 month ly. In East Alton. CL 9-1366. 7 — 15 ROOMS—Modern; for rent. 41 Brookslde, $55. HO 2-6163. 7 — 16 BUNKER HILL, ILL.—5 room mod ern house. Newly decorated Insld & out. Large lot. Ideal for teacher Nice neighborhood. 465-6801 befor 4:30 p.m. -7 — 22 FOR LEASE— 3 bedroom brick. A (ached garage. Full basemen Large lot. Air conditioner, stove refrigerator included. 466-3172. 47 — 16 FOR RENT — 4-robm house, block from Wood River • Hlg School. $65 a month. Call CL 4-8850 7 — 15 'OR RENT — 1 room house, Bath basement, acre ground. $75 mo. R 140. DU 4-3891. 47 — 20 ARGE 5 ROOM HOUSE— CL 4-939 after 5 p.m. 47 — 22 OVELY 3-ROOM Modern Duplex Venetian blinds. I1WF, basemen and garage. Adults. CL 4-5503. 47 — 22 NEW — 2 bedroom brick. Bullt-1 stove. 1065 inwood Lane, Rose wood Heights. $05 mo. Adults, PI 259-6899. 47 — 15 NORTH ROXANA—124 1st Street, rooms modern and garage. $81 Call HO 2-6163. 47 _ TF SEVERAL APARTMENTS AND HOUSES available for immediate occupancy In Alton. For further information Or CALL 462-9263 Evenings 462-8680 ********************** 48 I'URNISHED HOUSES 48 — 17 2 ROOM MODERN— Knotty pine In terlor. Very nice. Alton, 48 — 17 1116 W. 9th 2 ROOM — Furnished house wit bath. Large yard. Call 259-6991. 48 — 17 3 ROOM—Modern. Full basemen 216 (rear) Ohio, East Alton. 254-6813, 462-8817. 48 — 17 ROOM HOUSE—With basemen 125 W. Birch, Hartford. 48 — 17 I - 17 T619 VORSALB 17 owner, modern rooni am jdwoml floor., ana water heater, ' " rn wndow,' and .ream, Celling luted, coal furnace, *«">««' anrden, sewer tap charge PJ IrnrnedUte pos«e.ilon. Price tf.S Call SB8-482I. u, ««•«,.»« DR1VE-3 bedroom. Double garage. Convenient to bus & school. Clean, comfortable, ny owner. 110 B-7445. ?ETHALTO-m William*. New a bedroom brick, attached garage, sewer, near public ft pnrochlm school*, small down payment, $85 monthly. OU 4-6344. BY~bwNER-S04 Snedeker. .feriey. vllle. 4 room Insulated frame, bath A u Illty. forced air furnace. HWF In 3 rooms, tile In kitchen & bnth. FURNISHED — 6 room house for rent. Call CL 9-2771. SO BUSINESS PLACES 50 — 16 OFFICE BUILDING FOR RENT — Private parking space. Call 462-1843, 51 OFFICE A DESK ROOM 51 — 9-4 MODERN OFFICE ROOMS — For rent. Very reasonable. Call HO 5-7423. WANTED TO RENT 15 04 54 2 BEDROOM—Furnished house In Wood River, up to $100 monthly Including utilities. 3 adults. Call CL 4-7154 between 9 and 5. 54 — 17 3 BEDROOM HOUSE—With basement. Reasonable. Prefer Dethalto- Cottage Hills area. CL 9-6685. 54 — 17 Hallway carpeted, City garbage disposal, alum, comb, storm windows. Carport attached to house & over rear entrance, Pn, 1038 Jerseyvllle. _ JY~OWNER—North Alton. All modern 6 room home. Wall to wall carpeting in living room, full bare- mentr stoker heat, basement garage. $500 down, lake °vor balance of lonn at J64 monthly. 402-3B28. 60 ~ 10 BY OWNER 4 ROOM MODERN—HWF. cabinets, plastered walls, elect, water heater, air conditioner. Large garden space. Close to stores, school, bus. Ph. HO 2-4237. 51) — 21 • ~ WOOD RIVER — 4 room modern house. Full basement, hwf. Large yard. $7800. Cnll 254-1102. FOR~ SALE OR RENT—in Alton, Milton area. 3 rooms. Full basement, 254-0723. 50 — 17 - .—; FAIRVIEW DRIVE — 3-betlroom brick i owner transferred. Reduced for quick sale, $18,000. HO 2-8133. 59 — 18 2 BEDROOM BRICK—HWF. Carpeted living rom nnd hall, tiled kitchen nnd bath, walk-out with picture window In finished room. $14,000. 259-0058. 59 _ 17 — BETHALTO—4 room brick. Attached garage. Will sell contract for deed. Small down payment. DU 4-9728. $12,800. 59 — 20 —— BY OWNER—4 room modern houie. Near schools & churches, In Milton area. HO 5-5370. 59 — 20 —— FOR SALE OR RENT—$110 monthly, option to buy. $1500 St take over payments on new home. PR 2-3376. 53 — 15 — BY OWNER—8 room brick. 4 bedroom, 3 baths. $45,000. 466-3943. 59 — 15 : KENDALL HILL 6 ROOM HOUSE — Double - car garage, wall to wall carpet In living room & master bedroom, V4 aero lot. 254-0453. 59 — 16 • INCOME PROPERTY—By owner. Good location. $270 monthly, $17,000. HO 2-3979. 59 _ 16 • NO. 13 WOODGATE—Brighton. New 3-bedroom brick. Attached garage. Carpeted living room. Birch cabinets. Low down payment. 468-1292. 59 — 9-4 $550 DOWN FHA—3 'bedroom brick. 259-6880. Immediate occupancy. Owner transferred. $16,300. 59 _ ic BETHALTO — 6-room house: lot J00'xl50', double garage, basement with family room, walking distance to all schools. Will consider contract. $14,900. DU 4-3661 or DU 4-4321. 59 — 15 FOR SALE BY OWNER—319 Lee St., Bethalto. 4 rooms and utility. 3 years old. Attached garage, aluminum storm windows, concrete drive. Living room carpeted. Large air conditioner and drapes Included. 59 — J5 WOOD RIVER—Income property. 850 Penning Ave, 8 room house. 5 rooms nnd bath down, 3 room apt. and full bath up. 2 large screened- In porches, full basement, gas heat. Call CL 4-9435. 59 — 9/17 MIDDLETOWN—Choice location. 2 lovely apt. Income $250 monthly. $29,900. HO 2-8844. 59 _ 17 MY HOME FOR SALE—Reasonable. Dr. Davis, 212 E. Ferguson, Wood River. 59 _ 17 _ WILL TRADE my equity In 5 room modern house in Alton, needs repair, for good used car or $300. Must be sold by Sept. 5. 729-7172, Medorn. 59 _ 17 GODFREY AREA—3 bedroom brick. Llving-dlnlng-hall carpeted. Built- in electric stove and oven Ample closets. Full basement. Attached garage. By appointment only. Call after 6 p.m. .462-4100. 59 _. 22 HOUSE FOR SALE — 3 bedroom brick. On Kendall Hill. Less than 1 year old. Call 254-5524. 59 _ 17 FOR SALE BY OWNER—Wood Rlv- er, 7th St. Modern 5 room house. Aluminum siding and windows. Glass front porch, gas furnace, large living and dining urea carpeted. Large kitchen with birch cabinets. 3 large bedrooms, Garage. Call CL 4-7597. 59 — 22 SACRIFICING — 3-4 bedroom, IV> bath, spacious ranch brick. 301 Hollywood, all owner, HO 2-5305. 59 — 22 REDUED—30 W. Jennings, New brick. 2 bedroom. Carpeting. Owner. CL 4-0787. 59 _ 22 OWNER—Modern 4 bedroom frame. •Rathskeller, double garage; storm windows. Vi acre or more, Near Elsah, 466-2040. 59 _ 17 —. I ROOM MODERN HOUSE—Full basement and garage. In Brighton. Small down payment, FR 2-3874, 59 _ 17 INCOME PROPERTY. Lovely home, many extras, reasonable, Contract for deed, HO 2-5535. 59—17 COUPLE WITH 2 CHILDREN — Wishes to rent large farm home. HO 2-7239, 54 — 17 SACRIFICE—For quick sale. 5-rni. brick. Carpeting, air conditioned, alum, awnings, gas heat. 2920 Buena Vista, HO 2-6006. REAL ESTATE SALE 57 FARMS and LAND 57 — 17 FOR SALE—100 acre farm with house and other buildings. Good road, mall and school bus. Plenty of water, Electricity and telephone. Phone Bunker Hill 585-4454. 57 - 16 —— * NEW SUBDIVISION—Choice * * lots available, Located village * * of East Alton. Close to * * schools and shopping center. * * Call Fischer Lumber Co., * * East Alton. CL 4-4371. * _********************$ 57 —» 18 30 ACRES-Off Ri. 112. Basement house, 3 small • barns, large hog house, all equipped for hog raising. Small stocked lake, Wood well About Ui In cultivation. Pasture completely fenced. 10 ACRES—North of Bethalto. 2 small buildings, with dug well, Good frontage on all-weather road. Hale Realty Company J. T. EARL CL 4-74M 5l-TF W>T8l ' OB8A ^ ,--, CHOICE BUILDJNO LOTS D'Adrlan Gardens * Drew Dell * Colonial Village dams Development Co.—468-1331 08 •*• 21 CORNER LOT — Garage, electric, water, «opt c tank. Concrete for traUer^jos 328, K«mpivllle. III. Suburban Lpti loo-ft. frontage and over. SSSQ to IJQM. Call $? .•^L.jJi' LEVEL LOTS, -f On Marquetts BY OWNER—5 room colonial brick, In Wick-Mor Subdivision. \Vi years old. 'Extras Include bullt-lns. wall to wall carpeting, rathskeller, 2 fireplaces, Low down payment. Will consider trade. $19,000. 466-2509. 59 — 12 15 17 19 21 24 FOR SALE BY OWNER—Like new. 3 bedroom. Gas heat, aluminum windows, 220 and gas. Plastered walls, HWF. WOO down. FHA loan. $13,350. CL 4-3748. 59 15 SHOPPER STOPPER NICE 8-ROOM OLDER HOME — With 3 extra rooms finished In walkout basement. Within walking distance to public and parochial schools, Price reduced to $8,000 DON HALE, Realtor MEMBER Multiple Listing Service 462.0813 — 462-2471 EVENINGS; LEO OCIIS ............... 462-3394 MARY KRANKEL ....... 482-2304 ELON RIVES .......... , DON HALE ....... ;.::;: 59 — 16 - ..... :. UPPER ALTON 8 ;J? 0t ? wi FRA ,ME-Walklng distance to public schools. Carpeted living room. Quiet neighborhood. aoo3 condition. $600 down ....... $12,600 GLAZEBROOK AGENCY 59 HO £00" _ HO 2-0315 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 230 W. I3THST. , snee 'his 4-room frame; Full base- Hifinn t™S c Ci ' llrnac «- 8°° d condition. *300 down, Ml per month. 2 1 16 COUNTRY CLUB D*R', 800 Upper Allon — 5-rm, frame; 2 muK'. l *, w ""nil? rooip" baie- 'Ifnt, gas furnace, 2-car garage *500 down. |83 pV month" ia"oo 161 eiAIR^Cettflge Hllli <;Room Brick & Frame - eulll-ln fv kUSi "HW- '««n"y 'roonS ftv™ Inn™ i M £ ab l ne '«. carpeted hea neat. ' i?l per mo, $12,BQO CAU ©iNi ST, QIN 468-UM ¥ '

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