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ALf ON Arab Beats Icy S?. JOSEPH, Mich. (API — A United Arab Republic Army ma Jor Mid three-time conqueror o the English Channel has met a flew Challenge by swimming 60 miles across Lake Michigan fron ' Chicago — n fenl Hint onrncd bin $15,000 in prize money. Abdel-Latif Alw-Heif, a robus' 34 years old, waded to the bead here at dusk Wednesday aftci spending an unofficial n-I hour! and 45 minutes in the water Sponsors of the race said the feat made Abo-Hoif the world's open water endurance swimming champion. Abo-Heif, although he said he felt fine and full of pep after the swim, added that the feat "wa the toughest, the longest and the coldest swim I've ever had. Some 5,000 persons lined the beach to welcome the Egyptian, including his pretty wife, Manar. It's probable he will get an even bigger welcome when he returns to Alexandria, where he is sta tioned. UAR officials on hand to we! come Abo-Heif said President Ga mal Abdel Nasser had kept a dose watch on his progress and was cabled immediately news of the triumph. The Abo-Heifs have a 2-year-old son named Nasser. After spending more than half an hour posing for photographers and answering questions, Abo- Heif was taken to St. Joseph Hospital for examination and then sped to Chicago's Franklin Boulevard Community Hospital where he remained under observation overnight. Only one other swimmer, of 16 who started at 8 a.m. Tuesday, finished the race. Ted Erickson, 35, a Chicago chemical engineer, was about one mile behind Abo- Heif when he reached shore. Abo-Heif, whose hobby is judo, has been swimming 23 years. In 1956 he won the international Nile race of 30 miles and in 1955 won an English Channel swim of 22 miles. Abo-Heif is a graduate of the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, England. Riley Leads JC Tourney MIDLAND, Tex. (AP) — Slim Jeff Riley of Panama carried a one-shot lead into the third round of the 18th International Junior Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament today. The 15-year-old high school sophomore shot a three-over-par 75 Wednesday to go with an opening 67 and retained the edge ovei a trio of hot pursuers. Nipping at his heels as the field set out over the 6,547-yard Ranchland Hills course were Don Iverson of LaCrosse, Wis., Richard Anthony of Andalusia, Ala., and Don Baranco of Caldwell, Idaho. 16 Remain In Net Meet BROOKLINE, Mass. (AP) Things began to get sticky, a: British Davis Cuppers Roger Tay lor and Bobby Wilson would say as the National Doubles Tennis Championships moved into theii fourth day today at Longwooc Cricket Club. The original men's field of 64— with Chuck McKinley of San An tonio and Dennis Ralston of Bak ersfield, Calif., and Mexicans Ra fael Osuna and Antonio Palafo.\ co-favored—has been melted down to 16. Seven of eight seeded teams remain, On the women's side, 12 teams are left in the running, and none JUvct* ttftti with Itnrohl Hi* a ml Ski Show Meset for Sunday Steady rain caused the postponement of Ihe Alton Water Ski Club show at the Bowline Boat Club at the mouth of the Marl- ford (Cnhokin) Canal last weekend. The show will be presented (his coming Sunday beginning at 1:30 p.m. Fifteen or more acts will be performed in the 2'/6-hour program, announced BUI Garver, a ski club performer. Championship Outboard Knees The National Outboard Championships for semi - professional drivers will be run this Saturday and Sunday at Creve Coeur Lake. 'Hie event is sponsored by the Missouri Valley Boating. The Creve Coeur Boat Club will loan its facilities for the two days of action. "Sixteen classes will be run," reported Matt Woelfle, 1271 Darr St., St. Louis 37. a member of the Missouri Assn. "There will be a Lotal of 32 heats plus eight elimination heats due to the many entries. The eliminations will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday followed by championship heats at 2:30 p.m. "On Sunday the eliminations will begin at noon and the championship events will begin at 2 ).m.." he continued. "Admission s free and there is plenty of park- ng area. Take Rt. 66 to Rt. 70, jo north to St. Charles (Rock Road) turnoff and to nearby Creve Coeur Lake." Skilled Pilots Many present and past world champion drivers will compete in the high - speed events. There are usually some spectacular spills, leek - and - neck competition, and unning feuds between drivers in •aces of this importance. If water and wind conditions permit, peeds up to 90 miles an hour nay be attained. The St. Louis Outboard Drivers Assn. will also be strongly repre- ented in the t\vo days of action. 'he St. Louis Drivers recently ran races at Bull Shoals, Ark., before more than 5,000 spectators but were rained out last Sunday at Washington, Mo. The drivers will be eager to go tills weekend. On the following Labor Day Weekend, the Alton Pirates Outboard Boating Club will sponsor races Sunday and Monday on Alton Lake a short distance went of Clifton Terrace. Pleasure boat races will be run on Sunday. Many Champions On Monday semi - professional races will be run supervised by the Missouri Boating Assn. Many of the champ drivers from both the Missouri Assn. and the Drivers Assn. will compete. The two days of racing are shaping up to be some of the most outstanding events ever presented by the Pirates, reported E. J. Lane, 206 Illinois Ave., East Alton, race chairman. Drivers wishing entry blanks or race information are invited to contact Lane. Woelfle reports that Walter Courtois, Emmett Horn- fold, Cliff Olncy, Kalph Hem- niiiighmis, and Bill Seebold, all former world and national champions will compete here Labor Day. Courlois won the National Championships in 1962 at Denver, Colo., and again is winning many top honors this year. George Campbell, formerly of Atlantic City, N. J. will operate one of the fastest smaller boats in the Monday events. Water Ski Acts "Also on both days of racing, there will be several acts of Water skiing before the races start," announced Harold Ward, publicity chairman for the Pirates. "One act will be Chester Clark towing his son, Marion Clark, who will fly a water ski kite and soar up to 100 feet above the water. Jim Crow, who also flys the kite and skis barefoot, will present some outstanding ski exhibitions." Nottebart Finally Gains First Shutout By MIKE KATHET Associated Tress Sports Writer Johnny Roseboro, who probably las set a world record for deep aiee bends, ripped a line single just before the clock struck midnight at Los Angeles that may have tolled the end of St. Louis' National League pennant hopes. The Dodger catcher singled past third base, scoring Ken McMullen, who had doubled, with the winning run in a 16-inning marathon that gave- the first-place Dodgers a 2-1 decision over the Cardinals and a 7^-game lead. That sent the largest crowd of the year—54,125—home happy despite their failure to see Sandy Koufax get his 20th victory. The ace Los Angeles left-hander left for a pinch hitter in the 12th after allowing nine hits. Koufax, however, did achieve Bowling AC.HE W LANES Wed. Men Papes 211, Kennedy 208, Taul 206, Landiss 195-209 (584), Bailey 212, McCormick 202, Draper 192. Wed. Night Ladies Bredit 163, Steiger 165, Glassmeyer 165 - 166, Roberts 154, Laughlin 155, Landre 153, Cook 177. Cambron 160, Stonestreet 155, Georges 150. Wed. 12:45 Ladies Carrigan 206 - 192 (544), Fields of the eight seeds has so much 1S2 - 158 (479), Landre 182, Owens as been seriously tested. Darlene Hard and Maria Bueno, the graceful Brazilian, are shooting for their third title together, and the sixth straight for Darlene, the former U.S. charnp from Los Angeles. Of the seeds, only No. 8 Billy Bond of La Jolla, Calif., and Tom Edlefsen of Berkeley, Calif., were uprooted Wednesday. Doing the job was a pickup team of Jim McManus of Berkeley, and Allen Fox, a grad student in psychology at UCLA, Neither McManus nor Fox had a partner when he phoned his entry to Longwood. They were mated by the tourney publicist, Paul Con nolly, who now predicts they'll get to the semis at least. Serving almost faultlessly, Fox and McManus sidelined Bond and Edlefsen, 6-3, 12-10, 6-4. Of the seeded men remaining, the most difficult assignment would seem to fall to No. 4 Britons Wilson and Taylor. In an i n t r a-Commonwealth match, they play New Zealanders Jan Crookenden and John McDon aid, the runners-up at Newport. McKinley and Ralston, the U.S Davis Cup heroes, go against two Eastern collegians, Chauncey Steele, 3rd, of Cambridge, Mass. and Harvard, and Keith Jennings of New Canaan, Conn., and Prince ton. Osunu and Palai'ox, the Wim bledon champs and the defender bW$, are matched against 20-year- old jimmy Parker, a Rice studen from Creve Coeur, Mo., and Jim Buck, a USC grad from Los An geles. 159 - 159, NcCarthy 171, Bennett 65, Weeks 227 - 160 (499), Farris 163, Kulp 189, Hatcher 162-155. Westerner A Daws 218, Holladay 202, King m, Bockhorst 209, Rambo 223, Blackburn 201, Bazzell 205. 8:15 Tues. Ladies Steinkoff 169, Astroth 181, Duecker 189, Muehleman 172-172, Plumb 192-155, Gegg 177-165, McAdams 198, Allen 160, Dunbar 164. 8:45 Tues. Merchants Buese 211, Haegele 225, Gray 203. BOWL HAVEN Wed. Businessmen Hill 223-206 (606), Phillips 223201, Tucker 208, Lutes 202. another distinction in liis battle with Cardinal starter Curt Simmons, who retired for a pinch swinger in the 14th after pitching a seven-hitter. In the 12th, Koufax struck out Tim McCarver for the 1,400th strikeout of his career. The triumph, the Dodgers seventh in a row and sixth straight against the Cardinals, also dropped defending champion San Francisco another length back. The Giants fell S'/i behind, losing their fifth in a row, 6-2 to Milwaukee as Eddie Mathews hit two homers for the Braves. Elsewhere, Houston's Don Notte- bart, who allowed a run when he pitched a no-hitter against Philadelphia May 17, posted his first shutout with a four-hit, 1-0 victory over Cincinnati, and Jerry Lynch set a major league record with his 15th pinch-hit homer, a ninth-inning shot that gave Pittsburgh a 7-6 decision over the Chicago Cubs. The New York Mels and Philadelphia were rained out. The American League-leading New York Yankees swept a twi nighter from Cleveland by identical 3-1 scores, the Chicago White Sox belted Boston 7-1, Minnesota walloped Detroit 12-1, Washington defeated Kansas City 5-1 and the Los Angeles Angels edged Baltimore 3-2 after the Orioles won the opener of a twi-nighter 7-4. The Dodgers scored first, getting a run in the third on a double by Jim Gilliam and Frank Howard's single, but the Cardinals go even in the sixth when Ken Boyei singled and eventually came across on Julian Javier's ground er. It stayed at 1-1 until the 16lh when, with two out, McMullei bounced a ground rule double ovei he center field fence and Rose boro followed with his clincher Larry Sherry, 2-4, was the win ler, with Ron Taylor, 7-5, teking :he loss. Men Wed. Mixed — Garvey 221, Huberlus 213, Boone 212, Foley 208. Women — Recher 184, Lampert 172, Ramlow 159, Redd 158, Boone 156. BOWL INN Wednesday Ladles Mettler 207 (505), Harrison 185 190 (504), Hutte 180, 172, Rydei 192, Trickey 182, Lovell 181, Long fellow 180 (504) Corfaitis 179, 178 (502), Allen 172, Kasting 171. Altwood Secor 218 - 205 - 213 (636), Davis 231 (614), Harrison 224, MacDonald 223, McGinnis 220, Harrison 217, Moore 216. Weule 215, Allen 213, Berry 209, Pedone 207, BOWL ARENA Early Wed, Men Awe 246 (612), Nevins 231, AI lison 226, Graham 213, Tyree 214, Schaberg 210-206, Peters 202-204, Koshinski 201-201, Brad ley 209, Heater 202, priiitt 201, Connie Mack Series Opens (AP) Elmira SPRINGFIELD, III. Kirkland, Wash., and M. Y., will play at noon Fridaj in the opening game of the Con nie Mack World Series for base jail players in the under-li) group. In other first - round games Des Moines, plays defending champion Fort Worth, Tex., a 2:30 p.m.; Chattanooga, Tenn. meets Santa Cruz, Calif., at p.m. and Springfield faces Chica go at 8:30 p.m. All times are Cer tral Daylight. The double elimination tourna ment continues through Tuesda; or Wednesday. If one team goe through undefeated the serie could end Tuesday; if not, play is sure to continue t h r o u g i Wednesday. MIDWEST LEAGUE Decatur 5, Cedar Rapids 3 Clinton 5, Wisconsin Rapids 3 Quincy 5, Burlington 3 Quad Cities 6, Dubuque 1 l6-Yeai'.01ds In Running In Golf Bit! n.v now Associated 1'rnss Snorts Writer W1LLIAMSTOWN, Mass. (AP)pair of 16-year-olds from the Vest Coast were among the eight urvivors today in the qimrter- inals of the 63rd Women's Nation .1 Amateur Golf Championship. They were Janis Ferraris ol Ian Francisco and Peggy Coiiley Spokane, Wash., who placed 1 n last week's junior championship it Rochester, N.Y. With them at Taconlc Golf Club verc defender JoAnnc Gunderson if Providence, R.I.; former queen .Irs. Ann Quasi Welts of Seattle; 0-year-old Carol Sorenson ol anesville, Wis.; Judy Bell of Colorado Springs, and veterans VIrs, Helen Sigel Wilson of Glad- vyne, Pa., and Mrs. Phillis Sem- ile of Sewickley, Pa. Three-time-winner Miss Gunder- on, the weekend golfer who plays .s if all the days are Saturday nd Sunday, still was the big avorite. But little Mrs. Welts was coning on like a late arrival at a free unch on the basis of her play in Vedncsday's third and fourth ounds. The dark-haired attractive styl- it eliminated two formidable op- lonents while firing two-under-par golf for her 30 holes. She knocked off Nancy Roth of Ikhardt, Ind., 2 and 1 in her noming round, defeating a girl vho won four straight tourna- nents in Florida last winter, and hen disposed of Mrs. Scott L. 'robasco of Chattanooga, Tenn., and 5 in the afternoon. Miss Gunderson ran into a little rouble with her putter. But the 4-year-old transplanted Kirkland, Vash., resident came back to nai] down her fourth round match .gainst Mrs. Cookie Swift Berger f Eggertsvlile, N.Y., with a 20- oot putt on the 15th hole. She vent on to a 3 and 2 triumph ollowing a 5 and 4 morning vic- ory over Mrs. Pippy Rooney O'Conner of Wellesley Hills, Mass. Joliet Beaten In Tourney WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Liber- 1, Kan., upset No. seeded Dcala, Fla., 9-3 Wednesday night i the National Non-Pro Baseball 'ournament to advance to the third round of play. The defending champion Raid Transitx won their opener rom Indianapolis 7-1. Ponchatoula, La., the 1961 hampion, defeated Joliet, 111., 51 and Monona, Wis., eliminated Valtham, Mass., 7-5. LICENSED DETECTIVE — Legal photography. W. E. Hurt, 2006 Washington Ave., Alton. 465-7350. _ TF — TU — TH — SAT • RENT Cameras, projectors, accessories. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE Alton's Photo Center, HO 8-2585 230 East Broadway. Alton — 8/29 TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (Formerly Dex-A-Dlet.) New name, same formula, only 98c. Honke Pharmacy. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES Legal — Aug. 6 14 22 '63 • NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS CITY OF ALTON. ILLINOIS SOUTH SIDE INTERCEPTOR SEWER IMPROVEMENT Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the City Clerk of the City of Alton, Illinois until 2 p.m., COST, on September 9, 1963 for the construction of the SOUTH SIDE IN- 'ERCEPTOR SEWER IMPROVE V1ENT. The proposed improvement con- ists of the construction of the South We Interceptor Sewer. Shield's Valey Channel Improvements, Shield's Valley Interceptor Sewer, Cherry Street - Monument Avenue Intercep or Sewer, together with the neces iary special structures, manholes and other appurtenances properly connected to provide for the inter ceptlon of the "dry-weather" flow li existing sewers presently discharg ng into the Mississippi River and carrying the same to a pumping station presently being constructec under a separate contract. The proj ect is divided into four divisions, A B. C and D, as described in Instruc ions for Bidders. Instructions to bidders, form o:_ proposals, plans, specifications am "orm of contract may be examined at the office of Sheppard, Morgan & Schwaab. Consulting Engineers, 215 Market Street, Alton, Illinois, at the office of Crawford, Murphy & Tilly Consulting Engineers, 755 Soutl rand West, Springfield, Illinois; or at the office of the Alton Director o Public Works. Room 204, City Hall, Alton, Illinois. Copies may be ob :ained from the office of the Dlrec tor of Public Works, Alton, Illinois upon a deposit of $25.00 for a com plete set of plans and contract doc uments. Checks shall be made pay able to M. O. Elliott, City Treasur er, Alton, Illinois. The amount o the deposit for one set of docu ments will be refunded to each parts submitting a bid to the City for th improvements described herein, up on return of the plans and docu ments in good condition within te days after the letting. Non-bidder returning the plans and contrac documents within five (5) days afte opening bids will be refunded $10.00 A bid bond, cashier's check, or certified check made payable to th order of the City of Alton, Illinois li the amount of Ten Per Cent (1094. of the gross amount of the bid, mus be deposited by each bidder wit his bid as guarantee that In case th contract Is awarded to him, he wll! within ten (10) days thereafter, upo receipt of written notice of awart execute such contract and furnish i satisfactory contract bond. Upo failure to do so, he shall forfeit th deposit not as a penalty, but as lit) uldaied damages, and acceptanc of die bk! will be contingent upo the fulfillment of this recuilremen by Hie bidder. The checks or bl bonds of all excepting the three (3 lowest formal bidders will be re turned within ten (10) days after the opening of bids, und the remalnin checks or bid bonds will be returne within three (3) days from the dat on which the executed contract an the required bond have been flnall approved by the City of 'Alton. The successful bidder will be re quired to puy to all laborers, work men and mechanics performln work under this contract, not les than the current prevailing rate o wages as has been determined b the Wage Determination decision o the Secretary of Labor, which Is o file In the City Clerk's office. All proposals must be made o forms furnished by the Engineer. The successful bidder will be n quired to furnish a contract bon satisfactory to the City Council 1 the amount of the Contract. The City Council reserves the rlgh to waive or not to waive any Irregu larltles in the bids and to reject an or all bids and to determine whic Is the lowest and best bid for th Improvements. By Order of the City Council of th City of Alton, Illinois, P. W. DAY, Mayor of the City of Alton Illinois, ..--.;,>.»»<.,.-».. m nl m ,.., J ».j_» ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES egal — Au*,_ 8-15.2! -63 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice I* hereby given to all per- ons th.it the First Monday In Oc- ober. 1963 Is the Claim Date In the state of GENTRY BLAIR, Dcceas- d pending In the Probate Court f Madison County, Illlnoli, and int claims may be filed against he said estate on or before said ale without Issuance of summons. Dated this 2nd day of August, •»Crt Dorothy Davidson, Administratrix ttest: Jalc HIH. 'rebate Clerk Vrmbruster ft Diaz, Attorney , ef ,al — Aug. 8-15-22-63 14 MUSIC, DANCING. DRAMA" 14 —, 22 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all fief- ons that the First Monday In Oc< ober, 1963 Is the Claim Date in the state of JOHN RINK, Deceased, ending In the Probate Court of -tadlsnn County, Illinois, and that lalms may be filed against the aid estate on or before said date vlthout Issuance of summons. Dated this 2nd day of August, 963. Lillian Wortman, Executrix Attest: Dale Hilt, Probate Clerk George M. Berry, Attorney EDUCATIONAL Pfa~ft8~*Voice—theory Private instructions^ beginning Sept. 1st. For beginner or advanced stu. dents. Contact Joan Rltchey, 259-11.2. EMPLOYMENT I? HELP WANTED — MALE 17 — 22 CREDIT MANAGER — Also assistant credit manager. Manager trainees, maintenance, industrial. Welders. Investigators. American Employment, 726 East Broadway. 17 _ 23 — DINING ROOM—Bus boy for luncheon and dinner work. Apply mana ger Hotel Stratford. 17 — 27 FUNERAL DIRECTORS — 9-6 FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGE MENTS—$5.00 up. Rexroat Flower Shop. 466-3789. 2712 Godfrey Rd. MANAGER Also salesmen for furniture department at Arlan's Discount Store. Salary plus commission. Make $10,000 plus! Phone for appointment: Mr. Miller: JACKSON UOS9I daily after 12 PERSONALS 9-2 .LCOHOL1CS ANONYMOUS - Help for the problem drinkers, Men and women. HO 5-1612. — 8-26 BABYSITTER— Middle age. Care for 3 children. Stay or go. 254-2881. S — 23 BABYSITTER WANTED — For 2 school age children. Stay or go. Call between 5 and 6. CL 4-8766. 8 — 23 BABYSITTER — Housekeeper. God frey area, 8-5, Monday - Friday. Must have transportation Sc refer encos. 466-1260. 18 — 22 BABYSITTER—Own transportation Call CL 4-0451 after 6 p.m. 8 — 23 SOCIETIES and LODGES _ 22 BABYSITTER FOR 2 BOYS—Stay, Shlftworker. 254-0032 before 1 p.m, 18 — 22 RANKL1N LODGE NO. 25 AF&AM —Special meeting Thursday, Aug. 22, 7 p.m. Work In 3rd degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Refreshments. WAYNE H. HARPER, W.M. _ 23 BABY SITTER—3 children. Parents work shift work. Stay or go. HO 5-2919. 18 — 23 VOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 1062. AF&AM—Special meeting Frl., Aug. 23, 7 p.m. F. C. Degree. Visiting brethren welcome. HOWELL K. BARNETT, W.M. 0 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN j 23 —._~^^^___~_«_~__ OUND—35 to 45 Ib. young tan female. Boxer or Dane mix. 462-7277. 22 CHRISTIAN FAMILY wants reliable baby sitter for 2 children, ages and 5. Must have references. Per manent. Call 462-5682. 18 — 2! OUND—Youns male collie. Sable & white. DU 4-9557. 0 — 24 OST—Miniature Doberman. Black & tan, wearing red harness. "Tinker." Reward. 466-3785. 0 — 23 OUNG COLLIE FEMALE found returned to wrong party. Still look- "ng for rightful owner. 462-0200. LADY—Care for house & 2 children, CL 9-1881 between 9 a.m. & 2 p.m 18 — 22 I NOTICES 1 — 24 FREE ICE CREAM — Social for all patrons and friends at Piasa Elevator, Piasa, . August 24 from 8 til 10. RELIABLE BABYSITTER WANT ED—Prefer widow lady. Must have own transportation to Gllson Brown area. 466-1081. IS — 23 1 — 23 VACATION NEXT WEEK AUG. 25 TO 31 DOW'S SHOE HOSPITAL. Broadway & Henry _ TF FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE 'ou can place your classified d, classified kill or classified corrections 24 hours a day. SPEAK SLOWLY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH DAYTIME — 465-6641 8 A.M. — 5 P.M. NIGHT CLASSIFIED NUMBER HO 5-6511 5 P.M. —8 A.M. HINTS ON USING ELECTRONIC AD TAKER: 1. GIVE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER. (Spell your-name out). 2. Speak slowly and distinctly- 3. 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). 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 RIDERS UA 11A — 28 _—__ RIDES—To St. Louis School of Phar macy. Will trade. HO 2-1968. EDUCATIONAL UA 'NSTRUCTIONS 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) W27 Hampton. 508 N. Grand CALL COLLECT FL I-1197 or OL 2-5454 Telegraph Want Ads "Click" 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE _ 23 BABY SITTER—Milton Area. 2 chll dren. Shift worker. 462-5082 after 5:30 p.m. 18 — 23 BABYSITTER WANTED — Call 465-2941 after 6 p.m. 18 — 22 BABYSITTER WANTED — Own transportation. CL 4-2616. 18 — 24 BABYSITTER NEEDED — Stralgh days. HO 5-6762. 18 — 26 BABY SITTER—For 3 small chll dren. Experience necessary & ref erences. Write Box 910, care Tele graph. 18 — 22 BABYSITTER—And light housekeep keeper. Prote cant. Work days Monday-Friday. Elsah Area. Cat 466-3015 after 5 p.m. IS — 23 FEMALE SITTER—And light house work 5 days per week. $75 per mo. Call HO 2-0255 after 6 p.m. S — 24 RONINGS WANTED—Free pick-up and delivery. References. Phone HO 5-5349. — 28 MATURE WOMAN—Experienced In general office work. 5 day week Apply In person. Chuck Dlerlng Ford Sales, 1400 E. Bdwy., Alton. - — 23 WAITRESS WANTED — Red Top Cafe, 1201 Belle, Alton. 18 — 23 WAITRESS WANTED—Apply in per son only at Bon-Air. 19 HELP VVTD., Male & Female 19 — 23 CUSTODIANS — Man and wife wanted to take care of private club. Must live on premises. No children or pets. Wages based on experience. For Interview write box 940 in care Alton Telegraph. Give ages, experience, references. Letter must be received by Monday, August 26th. 19 — 29 RELIABLE COUPLE—To look afte: rooming house on 1712 Bozza St 462-0108. 19 — 20 22 TAP & BALLET TEACHER—Cal CL 4-1431, 20 SALESMEN ."0 — 24 : INSURANCE SALESMAN wanted Guaranteed salary, plus commls sion. Excellent fringe benefits. Cal 465-6022 for appointment. 21 SITUATIONS VVTD, — MALE 21 — 23 WOULD LIKE part or full - tim work as care taker, custodian o light duty delivery work. Have own station wagon. 466-0266. 22 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE 22 22 COLORED WOMAN wants babysit ting and light housework. Stay o place. HO 5-8101. 22 — 23 IRONINGS WANTED—Call 254-8944 837 Lewis, Wood River. 22 — 24 IRONINGS WANTED—In my home Experienced, reasonable. 254-1166 22 — 22. (RONINGS WANTED — HO 2-593 22 — 23 MEN'S BUNDLE WASH—And Iron ing. Also house cleaning or base ment cleaning. Call HO 2-4527, 22 — 23 SITUATION WANTED — Ironing done at my home. Reasonable, Ca give references, Call 462-4235. 22 — 23 WANTED—Bachelor's laundry. 254-9625, 22 — 23 WILL BABYSIT—For $10 a wee with children, between 10 month & 5 years, from Bethalto, Cottag Hills & Wood River area. 259-2973 22 — 9/23 WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN — Located near downtown Alton 405-4015. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK' EDUCATIONAL TRAINED MEN NEEDED! LEARN Tool-Die Making-Design, Tool Engineering, Drafting, Air Conditioning-Refrigeration, Auto Mechanics. Student Employment Service. Ph. ALLIED HO 2-9727 or Write Box 770, Care Alton Telegraph, HIGH SCHOOL CRAPSI Learn AIR CONDITIONING-UEI'IG. TOOL & DIE MAKING-DESIGN INDUSTRIAL TOOL ENGR. ENGINEERING DRAFTING AUTO MECHANICS! Student Employment Service Phone ALLIED HO 2-97317 or Write BOX 12QC m cure Alton Telegraph ANNOUNCEMENTS Aluminum Siding: Makes Old Homed New Guaranteed SutUfuction. 5 YIMS TO PAY MEDLQCK INSULATION 223 CURVEY, GQDFBEY 4W-53W FINANCIAL A BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 3 — 23- FOR SALE df Alteft'i butMf taverns. Include* living quarters & Parking lot — Buy Equipment. Lease Building. ©LA2E6ROOK AGENCY DIAL HO 2^055 OR HO 2-63IS 3 — 28 "OR LEASE—Modern 2 bay service station. Desirable location. Profitable operation. Low Investment. Major oil company. 254-3836. 3 — 24 U BUS. ANNOUNCEMKNIS » 2 AKf S * ^SERVICE -* W*«Mft* -lachif** and vaeoum .Clf«n*f». 838 B 7th — HO 2-4423 MiBDLECOFF'S • FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVF.R CLEANER SERVICE 2 0'25 } -•—' • - - •'-—•< •'"•'',, POWER LAWN MOW6RS. REPAIRED — SHARPENED Authorized Torn Service Complete stock Tofo, Lnwn-Bpy mowers, rldlrtB mowers, garden fillers. Used jnowers, STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. HO 2-7326 32 — 8-30-63 : OR SALE—Retail meat te grocery. Clean and well stocked. Will sell at sacrifice. Immediate possession. For Information, call carllnvllle 854-4886 or write P.O. Box 346 Car llnvllle, III. 3 — 20-22 GODFREY ROAD MARKET — Weil established. Groceries, excellent meat business and liquor department. Owner wishes to retire. For more Informntlon call or stop at office. ELVIS L. TARRANT AGENCY 462-!)792 CARL I'. TUETKUN .1R,, HO 5-5095 3 — 20 33 BUILDING — CONTRACTING IT'S A WOMAN'S WORLD Exclusive business opportunities, designed for women Interested In financial Independence, Full or part time. Call or write PARTAKE, 103 Dewey Drive, Colllnsvllle. 345-0032. 3 — 22 13 — 0/25 — . BOB WOOD—Basement waterproof Ing and cement work of nil kinds. 4GB-2407. 13 B 28 ' ' '-• —• ' - - "~- - ' "'—"~ CARPENTER REPAIR, block lay Ing, concrete work, plumbing, new homes, painting. HO B-2436. 3 : 3 ARP^NTER WORK — Patch plas terlng, roof repair, plumbing work, blocks laid ahd cement work, Also interior and exterior painting. Call Charles Stormer. 406-1437. 33 — 9-11 'OR SALE OR LEASE — General commodities. Registered 111. Authority business & equipment. Call Wl 2-3323 or wrltfl Box 20 RR No. I, Cnrrollton, 111. i\\ — F 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 Drl-Powr Distributor will Interview you regarding distr, of Drl-Powr Automotive Products. 27A MONEY TO LOAN — 27 . Arnold Aslcs W-h-y? WHY pay 36 per cent Interest for a short term loan??? WHY pay 33 and a third per cenl carrying charges for store credit??? WHY THROW MONEY AWAY with home owners G per cent loans available??? , What Amount Do You Need? ADD the balance you owe on youi bond for deed or mortgage to thaf needed for bills, repairing or 1m proving home, etc., etc. Example of Arnold's 6% Loans . $1,500—25.32 mo, 7 years. 2,500— 28.46 mo. II years. 6,000— 54.54 mo. 15 years. 14,000—105.66 mo. 20 years. ARNOLD says come to 501 St. Louis Avenue or call UP 5-5550. Ask foi Harry. PERSONAL SERVICE II URtiSMrtAKlNG— 1AILOIUNU 30 — 9/17 ALTERATIONS — Complete line, pants, pockets, zippers i-eplaced^ dressmaking. Experienced. Mrs. O'Bryan. 462-3360. 30 — 22 BATON COSTUMES—Party dresses, girls school dresses. Reasonable, Experienced. 254-0458. 30 — 23 DRESSMAKING — Alteration, ex per'enced. 462-2052. 30 — 9-4 DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pants cuffed. Reasonable. References. In my home. CL 4-4034. 9-14 LAUNDERING 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 5-1506 32 — 8-26 BULLDOZING—Clearing and grad ing of all kinds. Call George Long fellow. HO : 7162. 32 — 9/16 CARPENTER WORK ROOFING and siding repaired and "emodeled, no job too small, esti mates. 254-2303. 32 — 29 DRIVEWAY AND YARD LEVEL ING — Also weeds mowed will tractor rotary mower. 259-1567. 32 9/17 ELECTRICAL WIRING—Meter serv ice, installation, repairs, parts Berry & Son Electric — DU 4-9288 ANNOUNCEMENTS LOU'S SERVICE STATION 1312 Central Ave. Will Be Open For Business AUGUST 26 BUSINESS SERVICE SWIMMING POOLS Do It yourself kits, or Installed, Concrete, flberglas, redwood. Round splash pools. Any price range. Financing. Chemicals & pool equipment. . DUGGER-BAtLEY. Inc. DU 4-4862 CL 4-2960 Adults. 468-0519. Complete Home Improvement Quality Workmanship Free Estimates Low Prices 259-2319 CONCRETE WORK OF ALL KINDS —Walls, floors, walks, porches, etc Free estimates. HO 5-1290 or HO 2-3483 any time. 14 DECORATING 34 _ fl/18 • BEST IN DECORATING — Painting Interior and exterior. Paper hanging and removal. Free estimates. Reasonable prices, 468-1134 34 — 8-24 _ OrTRENT-2 room. 81 1 Humholdt C...rt. ________ _ .-FOR" RENT-3 room apt. in Wood River. Unfurnished. Ph. HO n-"^7 5 niT R*ENT— Apt. 4 rooms, bath, F f°ll baiemtnl. M mo. 2™ a™""' East Alton. 254-0730. ____ _ GOD~FREY-3 room, 2nd floor, newly decorated. 466-2712 after 0 P.m. ^(51 2 5 "ROOM— Partly furnished apt. 308 E. 8th St., Alton. _ ic 22 — ' ' * ™ ROSEWOOD HTS.-Nlce 4 room apt. Utilities furnished $85 mo. Children welcome. CL 0-312Q. JPPER ALTON-Washlngton Ave. 4 room apt. In excellent condition. Call 405-3232. WlISHIRE COLONIAL ARTS. Alr-comllltoncd, spacious living. I & 2 bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished. Range. ''errlBerntor. disposal, drapes. R. N, Dunn, 254-11113 or 259-21)87. DIAL HO 2-1656—From 5 to 0 P.m for your money's worth In Boot exterior. Interior painting and dec orating. 34 — 24 PAPER HANGING—Painting, plas lor, repair, carpenter work. HO 2-0361 after 4 p.m. 34 — 9-2 PAINTING. PLASTERING—Remov Ing wallpaper. No Job too small Free estimates. 466-2852, 462-9657. 34 — 9/5/03 PLASTERING PAINTING, Wallpaper removing Work guaranteed. Free estimates 254-8189, 44 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, 111. RENTALS SLEEPING ROOMS 23 CLEAN ROOM—2 blocks from town 120 Acton, Wood River. CL 4-4001. 41—22 SLEEPING ROOMS—Turner Hotel Hartford. Refrigerator on eacl floor. TV room. 254-3512. 42 ROOM and BOARD 42 — 9-13 FCR MEN—Nice clean cool rooms Good meals. Close In. 628 Alby. 42 — 27 MEN BOARDERS WANTED—deal rooms and good food. 319 Rldgi St., Alton, ill. .. • •> 42 — 22 PRIVATE BOARDING HOME—Fo elderly ladies, gentlemen, privat paid. Only 3 blocks to St. Mary's 6 blocks downtown Alton. On bu line. 520 6th & Mechanic St.. Al ton. Telephone 462-4865. 42 — 24 ROOM & BOARD—For elderly lad in private home. 466-1979. APARTMENTS — PLAINS 45 — 24 2 ROOM—Clean, unfurnished apt Private entrance. Gas heat. $25 pe month. Sewer & water paid. 121 E. 6tll St. HO 5-9283. 45 — 28 - 2'A ROOMS—Upstairs. Upper Alton Near Industries', garage. • water heat furnished.- 465-1046. 45 — TF 3 ROOMS—Upper Alton. Heat am water furnished. $45. Real Estat Exchange. 462-9797. 45 —. 22 3 ROOM APT.—Private bath. Hea & water furnished. Adults only. S65 Phone HO 2-1775. 45 — 9/25 3 ROOM APT. — Heat, water fur nished. Private entrance, bath East 5th. 465-8480. 45 — 24 3 ROOM APT.—Utilities furnished Outside city. North Alton. $65. HO 2-6163. 45 — 28 3 LARGE ROOMS—Upstairs. Prl vate entrance and bath. Heat, wa ter supplied. $60. 462-8970, 462-3015 ANNOUNCEMENTS Got a HOT HOUSE "COOL IT DOWN WITH INSULATION" MEDLOCK INSULATION 225 CURVEY, GODFREY 465-5305 FINANCIAL FINANCIAL RENTALS ?E/fiT 5 p.m. 8 SOON*— Private entrance Bath, (tea" water, newly^ decorated, ga- rag". aduiti_HOJ-"20. _^_ " nOOM FURNISHED AM. POR RENT— And garage. 157 South Bin. 2M-41B4, ___———-— 9 2 ~ cated nt 2407 Brown. . between B a.m. and 4 p.m 48 FURNISHED APARTMENTS 40 — 28 I ROOM & KITCHENETTE—Prl- vtite bath. All utilities. Very nice. $05. Adults. HO B-2720. 1 ROOMS' & BATH—Recently remodeled. Small but extra nice. All utilities. Reasonable. 3020n E. 4th. 402-7673. • FURNISHED ROOMS—Bachelor or couple with 1 child. Close to Laclede Steel. HO 5-8478. 2° ROOMS & SUNPORCH—Private bath & entrance. All utilities furnished. 208 Illinois Ave., East Alton. CL-9-1D77. 40 — 23 ———— 2 ROOM—Furnlsiied .apt. Private entrance. : Avullnblo AUB. 21. Baby welcome. Phone CL 4-7913 or 254-504, 1 ). 40 _ 23 — 2 OR 3 ROOM — Furnished apt. Utilities furnished. Large closets. Private bath. HO 0-7833. 40 — 24 — ——• 2 LARGE FURNISHED APTS. — Utilities paid. $14 week. CL 4-2023. 40 — TF 2 ROOM—Nicely furnished apts. All utilities paid. HO 5-7331. 46 _ 27 3 ROOM—Downstairs apt. Private bath. Utilities furnished. East Alton. Adults. 505. 400-3001. 40 — 22 ——3 ROOM—Furnished apartment. CL 4-9520. 3 ROOM—Furnished apt. Private bath. Utilities furnished. In Alton. CL 9-2100. 46 — 24 — 3 ROOM FURNISHED APT.—Utilities furnished. Also sleeping room. CL 4-5813. 415 Broadway, East Alton. 40 — 24 —— 3 ROOMS, BATH—Garage, heat and water. Adults only. 1119 W. 9th St. 40 — 24 . 3 LARGE FURNISHED ROOMS— Upstairs, gas heat, private entrance and bath, garage, nice yard, clean. 250-0437. 40 — 24 3 CLEAN LARGE ROOMS — Nicely furnished. Private. No steps, wash- Ing machine, yard and gas heat. 1 small baby welcome. CL 0-2533. 4B _ 27 3 ROOM FURNISHED—Private bath and entrance. Electric and water paid. $10.50 week. HO 2-1427. 46 — 22 3 ROOMS — Upstairs, with bath, lights, heat, .water furnished. • CL 4-4852. 46 — TF 3 ROOM--«dults. Utilities. Close-In. Off street park. Wlnkler Apts., 700 Alby. FINANCIAL MIMHtl r.O.I.C, FASTEST DRAW IN BUSINESS HOW ARE YOU ARMED IN THE MONEY BATTLE? ARE YOU DEPENDING ON BOW AND ARROW METHODS .... OR ARE YOU SERVED BY THE MOST MODERN AND MOST EFFICIENT FINANCE CO. IN THE AREA? See EASY JIM for your... person to person 15 MINUTE LOAN NO HEP fAl'E NAME ¥OU^ JfEEJ^S Easy jj m g i ves you hJg 1? No long waiting period for Loans for almost, anything- years loan experience' and persons with steady jobs ajid vacation, automobile,'tuition, Drown „„,, , J. ' atlfl incomes. You get your cash insurance premiums, home leiianiilty | n helping in minutes! Fastest, most improvements, or just tidy. y°u to solve your fin«nci«i courteous service. ing up your bills, needs. "nancuu // g low gajj fee made EASY JIM will /tod a wqy Beacon Finance Company 1724 EAST BfiOADWAV AIYAM ^ If 1724 EAST IROADWAY, ALTON •*»«

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