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MONtJAY, AUGUST 26, 1963 ALTOtt EVENtWG HHHUawk Obituaries (OI)llniiMci Ooht, iTrorri PR. 8) Crossheim l-'urieral nefvlceg for Mrs. Clara Elizabeth Grosshelm, who died Saturday In SI. Anthony 1 * Hospital, will be conducted Tuesday at 9 a.m. with a Solemn Requiem High Mass In SI. Mary's Church. Burial will be In St. Joseph's Cemetery. The body Id at Staten Chapel where friends way call after 2 p.m. today. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Mrs. Grossheim, the former Cmm Elizabeth Kaeser, wag born In Alton, Dec. 11, 1877. Her parents were the late Mr, and Mrs. John G, Kaeser. She attended the Alton schools and was married here Jan. 14, 1904, In St. Mary's Church to John Grosshelm. Her husband died Nov. 18, 1961. Before the death ot Mr. Gross- hlcm they had lived for n number of years at 912 Washington Ave. After her husband's death, and before entering St. Anthony's Hospital 19 months ago, Mrs. Grossheim had resided at 3628 Aberdeen Ave,, with a son, Edmond. She was a member of St. Mary's Parish and belonged to the Altar and Purgatorial Socle- ties. Surviving beside her son, Ed- rnond, are another son, Louis, Houston, Tex., two sisters, Mrs. Mary Richardson and Mrs. Amelia Stout, Alton; a brother, Philip Kaeser, Alton; a grandson, and two great-grandsons. In addition 10 her husband five brothers and six sisters died previously. Beiermann JERSEYVILLK—Mrs. Cecelia Christina Beiermann, 72, of 201 E. Carpenter died at 3:15 a.m. today in Waters Nursing Home here. Friends may call after 7:30 p.m, Tuesday at Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at. 9:30 a.m. in St. Francis Xavier Church by the Rev. Father William Maul. Interment will be In St. Mary's Cemetery. Born June 29, 1891, she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goetten. Surviving are her husband, Leo Beiermann, and four sons, Gerald, Robert and Roman Beiermann, all of .Terseyvllle and Lavern, Arlington, Va.; two daughters, Mrs. William Dougherty, Jerseyville, and Mrs. Wll. liam Waddele, Oklahoma City, Okla. Also surviving are a brother, Henry Goetten, and a sister, Mrs. Helen Bauer, both of Jerseyvllle. One son, Ernest, preceded her in death. There are 30 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Saturday Morning Following services In Model Chabel AME Chiireh Saturday al 10 a.m the body of Mrs. Cora Bell Fowler, 8,1, was taken to Upper Alton Cemetery for interment. the Rev. Leroy S. Williams officiated at Ihe rites. Pallbearers were Floyd Arbuc- klo, Kenneth and Lloyd Gill, Jamen Holman, Andrew and Arthur Isaacs, March Funeral Saturday Morning Funeral rites for Rudolph March of 820 Park Drive, a retired Owens Illinois employe, were conducted nt 2 p.m. Saturday in Morrow Qulnn Mortuary by Ihe Rev. A. L. Seheller. Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Robert, Owen, Lester and Spencer Middlecotf, Wilbur March and Raymond E. Rlbble. Barlold Funeral This Morning With the Rev. C. H. CollisKon, pastor of Elm Street Presbyterian Church, officiating, funeral rites for Mrs. Hazel Bartold, were conducted at .10 a.m. today in Gent Chupcl. Burial was in Me- clorn. Serving as pallbearers were Jim Hosldns, Clyde Nelder, Art Cooke, Leo Crystal, Billy Rtiyle, and John Schmidt. Bucks!ru|) Funcral Riles Saturday Funeral services for Kenneth Buckstrup were conducted Saturday at. 2 p.m. in Streeper Funeral Home by the Rev Freeman W. Prlvett, pastor of Cherry St. Baptist Church. Pallbearers were Herman Earl and Robert Bockstrup Jerry Allen, Lavern Hoopei and Victor Schwartz. Buria! was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Cray JERSEYVILLPJ — John G. Gray, 71, a retired farmer of Rte. 3, died at 10:30 p.m. Saturday in Jersey Community Hospital. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs, William H, Gray, he was born Aug. 11, 1892. He wag a member of Worthy Post American Legion 492 and the Veter- Cut Flowers Floral Arrangements Member F.T.D. LEO WILLIS JR. Alton Floral Phone 406-1838 Evening 466-8017 Youth Tolds Pay $500 Fine Or Stay Out of Edwardsville ANNOUNCEMENTS !l SOCIETIES Mi LODGES 9 _ 27 EMPLOYMENT EDWARDSVTLLE -A 19-yeat- Id Hartford youth who allegedly nflicted cuts on a Glen Carbon nan and damaged the city jail Sunday night was assessed a fine f $500 on a disorderly conduct barge. Justice of the Poncp Earl Vuaghlaux suspended the fine against Lawrence Noascono of 00 W. Third, Hartford, on condition "he stays out of Ed- A/ardsvllle." Noascono is at liberty on $500 )ond on an information filed in Madison County court by State's Attorney Dick H. Mudge charg- ng the Hartford man with rtriv- nti while Intoxicated. Eflwardsvllle police wore summoned to n home nn "M" street about 8:30 p.m. Sunday where a 'ight, was reported in progress. Patrolman Allen Tremor chased a suspect, through a yard in the leighborhood. The man pursued jy the patrolman jumped a 'once and disappeared. Noascono was apprehended by D olice Sgl. James Smith at the ntersection of "M" and Second Streets after a search by three Dolicemen and two night riding deputy sheriffs. Tom LeHoly, of Glen Carbon dentifiecl Noascono as the man who inflicted cuts on his back and right side in an altercation at the "M" Street address. Police said LeHotz incurred a six- inch cut on the back and 10-inch wound on the right side. Noascono was violent and disorderly at the police station, police said. He kicked furniture and threatened to kill police and sheriff's deputies. In a cell at the jail he continued to yell 'and beat on the cell. A piece of flat: iron metal on a cell cot was damaged by the man, Police Chief John E. Hartung reported. Nonscono was charged with resisting arrest by Wood River police In June when he damaged a radio and dash board, broke out a window and rear view mirror In a squad car on the way Inj the police station. PIASA LODGE NO. 27 AF fc AM Special meeting Tuesday, August 27. 7:to p.m. SO year pin presentation to Brother Frank E. Harris nnd work In the First Dcftree. VIMt- Inft brethren welcome. Refresh mcnls. 9 — 27 I.eo L, Larsh, W.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS LKGAL NOTICES FRANKLIN LODGE NO, 26 AFfcAM —Special meeting Aug. 27(h, 7 p.m. Work In firm degree. Visiting nreth- ren welcome. Refreshments. WAYNE H. HARPER, W.M Legal — 8/26-27/63 STATE OF ILLINOIS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS For Work to be Constructed Under The Illinois Hlfihwny Code. Time and Place of Opening Bids. Senled proposals for Hie Improvement of the thorounhfare described herein will be received at the office of the Director of Public Works of Alton, Madison County. Illinois, until 10 o'clock A.M., September II, 1963, and al that time publicly opened and read. 2. Description of Work, (a) The proposed work Is officially known as Section OS C.S. (Central Avenue Re- paving). Beginning 12' North of the north curb line of East Broadway and extending Northerly to the south curb line of 4th Street, a total distance of 340 feet, of which 340 feet, (O.OB44 miles) are to be Improved. (b) The proposed Improvement Is to be 0" Crushed Stone base course, P.C. Concrete Pavement (8"), Type B Curb, drainage structures, and Incidental construction. 3. Instructions to Bidders, (a) Plans and proposal forms may be obtained from the Municipal Engineer upon deposit of $10.00 which will be refunded to actual bidders who return plans and documents within five (0) days of bid opening. (b) All proposals must be accompanied by a bnnk cashier's check, or bnnk draft, or certified check for not than ten (10) per cent of the amount of the bid, or as provided In Article 2.7 of Ihe "Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction," prepared by the Department of Public Works and Buildings of the Slate of Illinois. 4. Rejection of Bids. The Council or President and Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive technicalities. By order of The Council of City of Alton, Illinois. August 26, 1963. PAUL PRICE, City Clerk. LEGAL — 23 - 26 - 27/63 9 — 2R- IIIBBARD LODGE NO. 249 AF & AM — Brighton— Special meeting Wednesday, AUB. 28, 7:3(1 p.m. work In first degree, visiting breth ern welcome, refreshments, Harold Robinson, WM HELP WANtEb — MALE 28 7 iVANTE~D—Musician. Bas* & horn player. Able to reftd music. HO 2-9683. 17 — 30 WANTED—Man, capable of taking complete charge of ordering parts it keeping adequate Inventory records, for small marine vessel repair shop. Clerical & mechanical aptitude helpful. Chance for advancement. Must be bondablc. Send resume of experience & salary requirements to Box 950, car* Telegraph. EMPLOYMENT SALESMEN 2* 20 — 27 • t NEED TWO MEN To start work Immediately. $90 weekly To age 3D. Car essential. Write Personnel Mgr., 402 Continental Towers, St. Louis. Mb, 70 _ 27 — —— BUSINESS SERVICE Jl BUS. ANNOUNCBMBNta 2 — 9/7 I7A EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 17A — 19 20 ALASKA—Overseas, U.S. Job Information. High pay. Write oiobe Application Service. Box 804. Baltimore 3, Maryland. 17A — 26 3 9 16, 23 l fn ""• *u o Ji ni) *•»* FOREIGN EMPLOYMENT Information. Construction, other work protects. Good paying overseas Jobs with extras, travel expenses. Write only: Foreign Service Bureau, Dept. 348, Bradenton Beach, Fla. 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE 18 — 28 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 28- 10 10 — .... LOST — Block & white male dog 5 months old. Last seen Saturday morning on Ridge St. Any Information. Reward HO 5-12(10. 10 — 27 — LOST—Black female German Shepherd. 7 months old. Answers to Shop. Vicinity Godfrey Post Office. 406-0164. NOTICES ans of Foreign Wars 4588 and World War I Barracks. Survivors Include his wife Mrs. Anna E. Gray; two daughters, Mrs. Edward Poppe of Jerseyvllle and Mrs. .Tim War ner of Belieair Beach, Fla. two sons, John C, Gray of Jer- seyvllle and Oliver W. Gray o Godfrey; three sisters, Mrs Thomas Lyons and Mrs. Sadie Buehlman, both of Alton, and Mrs. Howard D. Deverger o Fieldon. The body Is at Jacob} Brothers Funeral Home when friends may call after 7 p.m today. The rosary will be re cited at 8 p.m. Tuesday, fu neral services will be In chargi of the American Legion ani the VFW. Services will be held at 9:3' a.m. Wednesday in St. Francis j Xavier Church, conducted by the Rev. Father William Maul. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Fahrenkrog BUNKER Hill — Mrs. Tcsora Fahrenkrog, 76, died Sunday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Fred C. Sort. She was the widow of Joseph Fahrenkrog. The former Tesora Fraley, she was born Dec. 22, 1886, in Madison County. Her parents were the late Mr. and Mrs, Henry Fraley. Survivors beside her daughter, Mrs. Bort, are another daughter, Mrs. Albert Scott, Bunker Hill; twin sons, Arthur, Bloomington, and Albert, Bunker Hill; two sisters, Mrs. Vida Weidner and Mrs. Walter Fensterman, Bunker Hill; 12 grandchildren, and 14 great- grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Congregational Church by the Rev. W. C, Fairbanks. Burial will be in Bunker Hill Cemetery. Pending time of the funeral the body will be at Jacoby - Wise Funeral Home where friends may call after 3 p.m. Tuesday and until 1 p.m. Wednesday. Censorship Seen In Agriculture News Reports WASHINGTON — Rep. Paul Findley (R-II1) today asked Chairman Harold D. Cooley of the House Agriculture Committee to call public hearings "to get the facts" on the market news service inaugurated Aug. 1 by the X parcel'~o'f~l'and 'located"a'djacenl SALE OF REAL ESTATE SEALED PROPOSALS WANTED SEALED BIDS will be received by Bl-State Development Agency at Its offices at Room 202, 3869 Park Avenue, St. Louis 10, Missouri, until 10:00 a.m. (COST) September 30, 1063 for the sale of the following real property: BID No. 180. SI. Louis Missouri, Easton St Prairie Avenues A one story brick Building (appx. 77,500 sq. ft.) fronting on Easton Avenue, at Prairie Avenue, extending southwardly to Evans Avenue; and adjacent fenced parking yard (appx. 72,COO sq. ft.) fronting on Easton Avenue and extending through to Evans Avenue. Also adjacent lot (appx. 6,300 sq. ft.) fronting on Evans Avenue In St. Louis City Block 3734. BID No. 182, Caseyville, Illinois I. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY U. S. Department of Agriculture. In a speech on the House floor, Findley asked, "Did the Department of Agriculture have statutory authority to get into the business of disseminating news in competition 'with private news distribution firms? "If. so, can Government lawfully assume an expanding role in ners dissemination, perhaps leading to Government domination and control of news services? "This looks like a foot - in - the- door for subtle but effective censorship by Government." U 11 — 9fi CAR WASH, $2—Aug. 27 it 28. Will pick up and deliver. HO 5-4345. 11 — 30 —— NOTICE — I am taking over Pope's Restaurant al 1711 Wlshlngton Ave. I will not he responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself prior to September 1. 1903. Dated this 26th clay of August, 1003. Theodore E. Thierry, 1711 Washington Ave.. Alton. II — 28 Notice to Garbage Collectors The Village Board of Roxana, Illinois will receive bids on collecting nnd disposing of garbage from the entire Village during the year beginning October 1, 1963. Garbage to be collected at least once each week during the months of November to March Inclusive; Twice each week during the months of April and May; Three times each week during the months of June to October, Inclusive. The successful bidder will be required to file with the Village Board a Performance Bond In the amount of One Thousand Dollars. Bids will be considered at the regular meeting of the Village Board at 7:00 P.M. Wednesday, September 4, BABY SITTER — To sit In horn*. Rosewood Hts. 5 days week. Tuesdays, Sundays off. Starting Sept. 16. 250-2213. I H __ 9 ft - _ __„,.. | MIL -- - I BABY SITTER WANTED — Shift work 3 small children. Ph. 405-8218. 18 — 28 — BABYSITTER WANTED — 5 days weekly, 462-0190. 18 — 2fi — BABYSITTER WANTED — Shift work, to stay In my home. CL 4-1909. Call before I p.m. 18 — 26 BABY SITTER—For 3 small children Experience necessary * references. Write Box 910. care Telegraph. EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER —Age 25-50. Good typist, experienced Salary open. Receptionist. hrs. 1-9 p.m. Age 27-40. Alton area. Apply Mon. or Tues. 9-4 p.m. American F.mployment. 726 E. Bdwy. 18 — 29 — FEMALE SITTER—And light house work 5 days per week. $75 per mo Call MO 2-0255 after 6 p.m. 18 _ 3 GOOD PAY for lady In Gllson Brown School area, to care for 2 children an hour before school starts, 2-: days weekly while mother works In hospital. 46(5-1748. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE of the United State* SALESMEN—$125 WEEK Salary Plut Corn. Ihe world's largest businessman's organization will appoint a few well qualified salesmen to call on business owners and executives In SI Louts ft vicinity OR Southern Illinois OR South Central Missouri. Five figure potential. Base salary $125.00 weak and commission during training period while you break In with full field train- Ing by area manager. Option of continuing same salary and commission nftcr training OR choice of even more liberal commlsslor and bonus contract. For the right men these are permanent, full time lobs with outstanding secur Ity benefits and much better than average earnings possibilities. Ex perlence in specialty or intangible sales helpful. Applicants shou d have a car and should preferably be between 26 and 50. For Inter view In SI. Louis, Missouri, start Ing on Monday, September 9 1903, write, giving age. address nnd business experience In las live years to MR H. F. AREND UNITED STATES C. OF C. 38 S. Dearborn St.. CHICAGO, 111. B0603 JRIVEWAY AND YARD LEVELING — Also weeds mowed With tractor rotary mower. 269-1SS7. 2 9/17 - —' ELECTRICAL WIRING—MetW serv« Ice. Installation, repairs, pftttj. 2 — 9/25 22 SITUATIONS Wl'D.—FEMALE EXPERIENCED hair stylist with ad vanccd training. 5 years experlenc with Glen of Yorkshire In St. Louis CL 4-2895. 22 — 27 IRONINGS WANTED—Reasonable HO 2-7864. IRONINGS WANTED — HO 2-0782 18 27 22 — IRONINGS WANTED—Free plck-u and delivery. Inferences. Phone HO 5-5949. WANTED—Washing & Ironings. $ a bushel HO 5-1534. 22 — n/23 IRA KILLAM, Village Clerk WOOD 1UVKK HERMAN ELMER JOHNSON Tuesday, 2;00 p.m. First Methodist Church Bast Alton, III. STREEPER Brighton Head Teacher Is 111 BRIGHTON — Mrs. Lorene Cummings, head teacher at West Elementary School, is ill and will not be fully recovered in time for the opening of the school year. She was hospitalized last week, Flatl Rites Today Al Carrolltoii CARROLLTON — Funeral rites !or George Wesley Flatl were conducled at 2:30 p.m. today in Simpson Funeral Home by the Robert Wagener and the . Harry Frazier. Burial was in Carrollton Cemetery. Mr. Flatt, a retired farmer of near Eldred, died Saturday at the lomc of a son, Roy, in Jerseyville. He was 92. Survivors beside his son, Roy, are two other sons, Frank, Eld- 'cd, and James, Houston, Minn,, and two daughters, Mrs. Thomas Arnold, Carrollton, and Miss Lucy Flatl, Chicago, His wife died in I960. Whitelow Funeral Conducted Thursday Funeral services for Roy F. Whitlow of Gillespie, a brother of Mrs. Eula Dugan, Godfrey, and Mrs. Marie Bosnak, Alton, were conducted Thursday at Gillespie. Mr. Whitlow, 67, died Monday. He was » veteran of World War I. FUNERAL HOME 1690 WASHINGTON FRED C, TUEMMLER Services 2:00 p.m. Tuesday in the Chapel, Rev. Paul S. Krebs officiating. Burial In Alton City Cemetery. In slate at the Chapel after 7:00 p.m. to 4th & Morris Streets, containing a 4 room modern frame house; a combination office and lunch room building, approximately 4,500 square feet; a fuel service station with four underground fuel storage tanks; a concrete block garage building approximately 7,200 square feet; and a garage building approximately 19,500 square feet (consisting of Lots 23G, 237, 242, 243, 244, 245 — the northern v, of lot —, 2B3, 264,265, 266 and 2R7). II. DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY A parcel of land suitable for development, located west of 5th Street, north of Coal Street, and south of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, consisting of Lots 2G8, 269, 270, 289, 290, 291, 292, 293 and and 294. III. RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY A—Property 100'xlSO', containing a 6 room modern frame house at S. W. corner of 3rd and Morris Streets (Lots 222 and 223). B—Property 50'xl50' containing a 4 room modern frame house at N. E. corner of 4th and Coal Streets (Lot 234). C—Property SO'xlSO' containing a 4 room modern frame house at 306 4th Street (Lot 235). BID No. 183, East St. Louis, Illinois. Summit Avenue, west of Col- llnsvtlle Avenue. Lot 27, The northwesterly 62' 2Va" of Lot 28 of Block B of "East St. Louis" containing one story combination brick and corrugated prefabricated type building (approx. 8,400 sq. ft.) fronting on Summit Avenue, and adjacent parking yard (largely paved) at rear of building and extending to Collinsvllle Avenue (appx. 21,400 sq. fl.). Dales and time of inspection and special Bid Forms should be obtained at the offices of Agency's Deputy Purchasing Agent, 1447 South Spring Avenue, St. Louis 10, Missouri (PR 1-1414). Bid forms should be requested by members as Indicated above. Terms of sale, net cash. Bids shall be a net price, and purchaser must indemnify Bl-State a'galnst any and all real estate commissions that may be asserted. Earnest money In the form of a certified check made payable to Bl-State Development Agency In an amount not less than five (5) per cent of the bid must accompany each bid. Checks will be returned to unsuccessful bidders within thirty (30) days from bid opening. Bl-State Development Agency reserves the right to delay making an award In order to permit proper study and analysis of all bids re. ceived; split award on bids; reject any or all bids received; and award tie bids on basis of drawing lots In public. Bids will be publlc)y opened and read al above time and place. BI-STATE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY of the Missouri- Illinois Metropolitan District. 1963. II — 26 J. H. Backenstow, Village Clerk Hartford CL 4-9298 NOTICE — The village board of Hartford will accept bids for H 19G4 Police Interceptor car equipped as follows, 4 door sedan, color black, large V-8 Interceptor engine, 4 barrel carburetor, heavy duty automatic transmission, heavy duty scats, two arm rests. Interior and seats covered with brown vinyl leather, heavy duty shock absorbers, heavy duty springs, heavy brakes, heavy duty Leece Nevelle alternator, 2 rear view spot lights, heater, electric windshield wipers, windshield washers, cigarette lighter, electric clock, bids to be in the hands of the village clerk by 7:00 p.m. September 3, 1S63. The village board reserves Ihe right to accept or reject any or all bids. 1962 Ford Police Interceptor to be traded In on new car. J. H. Backenstow, Village Clerk Village of Hartford. 11 _ 27 NOTICE—From this day forward I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Dated this 24th day of August. 1963. Johnnie Oldham, Grand HELP WANTED—Female assistant, 25-40, portrait studio In SI. Louis. Sales work & take plclures. Will iraln. Must have car. Excellent career for right person. Apply Wed. only in person, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Rlssi Studio, 217 W. 3rd, Alton. 18 — 27 — LADY—To care for 2 school - nge children while mother works shift work. Light housework. 1515 week. Call 254-4577. 18 — 28 LADY—Care for house & 2 children. CL 9-1881 between 9 a.m. St. 2 p.m. 18 — 27 SALES—Light bookkeeping. Experienced. 5 day week. Gifts & kindred lines. References. Alton, Wood River Area. Box 990, care Telegraph. 18 — 28- Someone to care for 2 school age children and do light housework. CL n-2fil2. 18 — 26 WANTED — Babysitter. Fosterburg area, on Bassett Lane. CL 9-0672. 18 _ 26 WANTED -r Babysitter, my home, 5 day week, 7-4:30. North Alton area. 466-3418 after 6 p.m. 18 — 30 — WANTED — Reliable woman as companion to elderly lady. Nights only. Excellent home. Upper Alton. References required. Write Box No. 980 in care Alton Telegraph. 18 — 26 —— WILL INTERVIEW GIRLS for waitress work, Tuesday, 2-5 p.m. No phone calls accepted. The Original Pancake House. Godfrey. AIR CONDITIONING nd refrigeration service. Call Joe Rlzzoll, HO 5-1601 2 — 8-26 ULLDOZING—Clearing »nd Brad, ng of all kinds, call Georg* Long 'ellow. HO l 7162. I — 9/16 CARPENTER WORK DOPING nnd siding repaired and -emodeled, no job too small, estl mates. 254-2.103. 2 — an RENTAtT er. Utlmlei furnlstiS 482-9877. t. Wwa ttjy- . |t» WilWy. singl* cefiuift. e«Rtj entrances nlr-co«dmfiftln|. Wflttrt Rlv«f. 2M-I9U, .1 ^_ ... . „ -- POWER LAWN MOWERS 8-7331. _^ r»i'"af| fi(W Al- REPAIRED SHARPENED Authorized Toro Service Complete stock Toro, Lawn-Boy mowers, riding mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALfeS 3525 College. HO 2-7326 32 — TF PARTS It SERVICE — Washing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners. 838 E. 7th — HO 2-4423 MIDDLECOFF'S FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVER CLEANER SERVICE 12 — R-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 4-46G2 CL 4-2860 33 BUILDING — CONTRACTING utimteft paid. 4d _ 27 —i,-.,.rr-r...v,, •».. 3 ROOM—Downstair* i bath. Utilities fufnlshe ton. Adult*. IDS. 4«8-30wi. i« .__ 27 ..LI - -• -r "-""-— ii "•" '—" 3 ftOOM~Pornl§h*d apt. --...-. bath. utilities furnished, in AJtos. CL 9-2100. _______ fftOOM FURNISHED APT. - Plflt floor, entirely private. Adutti eftly. HO 5-3712. jo «_ TF —-•- • •• • • •"•"''' ' " ' ""' '"** 3 ROOM-«dults. Ut||ltl«g. Off street 0aHc. Wlnkter Alby. ___ 48 _ 2 " " 3 ROOMS * BATH—Furnished. Private entrance. 588 3rd St.. wood Rlver x CL 4-79S6, 3 ROOMS — Clean, ground floor, garage Wood River. Water furnished. CL 9-2845. 4" R00 3 MS, BATH—Oarage. Privat* entrnnce. 157 S. 8th, Wood River. CL 4-4164^ _ 4 ROOMS—Furnished not. Extra nice Completely private, Adults. $95. '466-3943. _______ 4 6 ROOM BRICK APT.—Nicely fur nlshed. Adults only. 523 So. Central. Roxana. — 29 33 — 9/25 BOB WOOD— .. Basement waterproof- Ing and cement work of all kinds. 466-2407. 33 — 8-28 — CARPENTER REPAIR, block lay- Ing, concrete work, plumbing, new homes, painting. HO 5-2436. 33 — 9/17 CARPENTER WORK — Patch plastering, roof repair, plumbing work, blocks laid and cement work. Also Interior and exterior painting. Call Charles Stormer. 466-1437. 33 — 9-11 WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN — Located near downtown Alton. 465-4015. Complete Home Improvement Quality Workmanship Free Estimates Low Prices 259-2319 13 — S/25 - - -. _ ._ -_ 6 ROOM FURNISHED — 1st floor apt Private bath & entrance. Utilities paid. HO 5-3024. HO 8-3137. 40 TF BACHELOR APT.—Newly decorated Nicely furnished. Utilities paid. D'Adrlan Gardens. 466-3227 or 466-0112. 46 — 27 CHILD WELCOME — 2 room fur- nlshc I $50 mo., Includes all utilities. Clean. Nice neighborhood. FINANCIAL 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CONCRETE WORK OF ALL KINDS —Walls, floors, walks, porches, etc. Free estimates. HO 5-1290 or HO 2-3483 any time. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY EXCLUSIVE SALES Franchise Available representing nationa concern calling on small retail business firms who have responded to our lead program. Excellent opportunity to establish a business of your own or add to your present income. We provide complete training program. $1,000 to S5.000 minimum investment required, depending on size of area. If you feel you can qualify write Mr C:. A. Dee, P. O. Box 24054, San Francisco. Calif. M DECORATING 34 — 9/18 BEST IN DECORATING — Painting Interior and exterior. Paper hanging and removal. Free estimates. Reasonable prices. 466-1134. 34 — 9-2 PAINTING, PLASTERING—Remov Ing wallpaper. No job too small. Free estimates. 466-2852, 462-9057. 34 — 9/5/63 PLASTERING PAINTING, Wallpaper removing. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. 254-8189. STORAGE — MOVING 40 — 8-26-63 Free Estimate Call HO 2-8240 Ave.. E. Alton, IU, 1. 11 _ 26 NOTICE—From this day forward 1 will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Dated this 22nd day of August, 1963. Eathel Haggard, 2415 Claire, Alton, 111. 19 HELP WTD., Male & Female 19 — 28 EXPERIENCED wool & silk presser. HO 5-1942. 19 — 30 23 — 29 . — r~ FOR LEASE—Modern 2 bay service station. Desirable location. Profitable operation. Low investment. Major oil company. 254-3836. 211 — 26 RIDERS 11A 11A — 28 RIDES—To St. Louis School of Pharmacy. Will trade. HO 2-1968. 11A — 28 —. RIDE WANTED—Starting September 16 from Rosewood Henghts to Alton Plaza. Hours 8 to 5. 259-2213. EDUCATIONAL ALGIERS — Algerian traders are worried over the steady decrease in imports and exports, CARD OF THANKS 2 — 26— EDWIN HARBKE — We would like to take this means of thanking all our friends, relatives mid neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Especially Rev. Willlum Rice, Marks Funeral Home, the pallbearers and those who sent flowers, food and cards or assisted In nnyv/uy. Mrs. Edwin Harbke & Family 2 — 26 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 EXPERIENCED COOK — Good references. Experienced in large plant or comlmssary type cafeteria. Write complete resume to Box 970 in care Telegraph. 1» _ Aug. 23 26, Sept. 2 NOTICE OF CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION ACCOUNTING CLERK — For the City of Alton. Salary $265/$280 per month. High school graduate. Resident of Alton. At least one year experience In bookkeeping or accounting work, including typing. Secure application from Civil Service Office, Room 204A, Alton City Hall, on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday between the hours of II A.M. and 3:00 P.M. No application accepted after 12:00 noon September 6, 1963. Typing test scheduled for September 6, 1963, Illinois State Employment Office. Civil Service Commission DON KOPPENHAVER, Chairman City of Alton 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. Collinsvllle. 345-0032. •>•( 9/9 — fp 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 dislr. of Dri-Powr Automotive Products. 23 — 9 PRES BELCHER Agent For VON DER AHE VAN LINES World Wide Movers 1018 Elliott Ave., Alton, 111. RENTALS SLEEPING ROOMS 41 41 — 27 IN ROXANA—Nice sleeping room for teachers. CL 4-6176. 41 — 26 12A 28 19A SALESLADIES CHRISTMAS CARDS — BUSINESS AND PERSONAL. EARN REALLY BIG COMMISSIONS selling medium and high-priced cards with customer's name imprinted. Free Sample Album. Process Cc--p, (Our 42nd Year). 3450 So. 54th Avenue, Depl. GP-7, Chicago 50. 111. 19A — 19 21 26 28 MODERN—Two chair barber shop. Good business. Includes building, fixtures and land. Only shop in town. Reasonably priced, am retiring. W. M. Brady, Kane, III. Box 79. 2:! — 26 WOMEN, MEN—8th grade or better, high school or equivalent take advantage of our school course. Low tuition. Get in a high paying fast growing Industry. Learn to be a grocery checker, cashier, stock man or IBM key punch—Univac salaries to over $100 a week. Free placement service. For Interview—no obligation — call CE 1-7637 collect. World-Wide School, 812 Olive St., St. Louis, EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE APT". SIZE GAS STOVE, $12—GE re- frlgerator $25, platform rocker $7, couch and chair $8, wood breakfast set $6, Kelvlnator electric stove $40, wringer washer $35, double drain tubs $8, gas range $10. CHARLIE'S USED FURNITURE B7 Ohio, East Alton CL 4-8607 17 — 26 —— ASSISTANT CREDIT MANAGER— Investigator, industrial electrical repair man, sales, service rep., welders, dinner cook. American Employment. 726 E. Broadway. 17 — 30 CREDIT MANAGER For retail store. Furniture background desirable, but we will can- aider related retail background. This U a responsible position with an expanding organization. And requires a man who can take com plete charge. Please forward replies which should Include past 10 years employment history, to Box 960, care Alton Telegraph. 17 — 26 DO YOU NEED EXTRA MONEY?— $75 yours for selling only 100 Pearl Splendor Christmas card assortments. $32.50 for 50 boxes, $15.00 for 25 boxes, etc. Free personalized samples, plus leading boxes on approval. Write today. It costs you nothing to try. Cheerful Card Co., H-332 White Plains, N.Y. 19A — 26 28 - - - — FREE— Exciting new 1963 sample album "Name Imprinted" Christmas cardsl Run spare time greeting card, gift shop at home. Invite friends, take orders, earn up to 100% profit. Experience unnecessary, Fund raising plans for organizations. Rush name for free album, other samples on approval. Regal Greetings, Dept. 179, Ferndale, Mich, ________ MAKE $7S to $175 CASH with the most beautiful Christmas Cards In the South! Exquisite personalized, Religious greetings, profitable money - makers. Write for amazing FREE offer. Sample outfit on approval. SOUTHERN GREETINGS, 478 No. Hollywood, Dept. 123, Memphis 12, Tenn. _ MAN OR WOMAN PART TIME TOY ROUTE Very Small Starting Capital GOOD INCOME Operate from Home Several Choice Territories AVAILABLE SOON ALTON and also East Alton Wood River Edwardsville Hartford Greenville Lltchfield plus several other areas We will appoint a sincere man or woman to use our sales aids in establishing and servicing a number of sensational self-service "TOY SHOP" Displays In markets, drug, variety stores, etc. You get expert Company advice and guidance. However, you must replace toys each week nnd collect money. REQUIRES ONLY FEW HOURS EACH WEEK This is not a job but a chance to get into something you may have always wanted—a business of your own. One that can be handled in spare time and still leave room for full lime expansion. NOT A SET RICH-QUICK- SCHEME If you have a desire to better your- self—(f sober, honest, and really sincere, have a car and $298 (minimum required), apply at once, giving complete details about yourself, phone number. Airmail or wire: TOY MERCHANDISING CORP. 34-10 58th Street Woodside 77, New York NICE SLEEPING ROOM — For business gentleman or teacher. — 466-3810. 41 — 28 SLEE' ING ROOMS FOR MEN—Private entrance. 3 blocks S1U. HO 2-2388. 41 — 28 SLEEPING ROOM—With home prlv lieges, garage. 158 7th, Wood River. References. 41 _ 28 SLEEPING ROOM—For men. $5 per week. Kitchen privileges. HO 5-8496. 41 _ 27 SLEEPING ROOM FOR RENT — Glr) preferred. Private entrance. Phone privilege. HO 5-6965. 41 — 9/28 1 ROOM APT.—For housekeeping or sleeping room. With refrigerator. 1030 Union. HO 2-5970. HO 2-7934. Afi ^ , L 11 EXCEPTIONALLY NICE CLEAN— Knotty pine basement apartment. Large windows, closets, cabinet!, bath, private entrance. UtllttlM paid. Adults. $55. 926 Whltelaw, Wood River. CL 4-6379. FURNISHED 3 ROOM APT. — Utilities paid. 403 Hamilton, Wood River. CL 4-8838. FOR RENT — 3 furnished room*. Private entrance on first floor. Adults only. 2835 Vlewland, Alton, Call HO 5-5687. 46 — 29 —— —; HARTFORD—Two 2-room apts. ahd one 3-room apt. All modern. CL 4-4905. Afi 11 •-••_.LARGE 2 ROOMS—Utilities except gas. Adults. 900 Washington, Alton. $50. 259-3460. Afi 9fi __ . MODERN — Furnished 3 room apartment, Bunker Hill. Phone — S8S-4516. 46 — 31 ;— MODERN — Efficiency for one. HO 5-9044. 46 — 9/16 —— MOTEL APTS. TV, TELEPHONE—Air conditioned. By day or week. Near Industries. Hartford. CL 4-6224. 46 — 27 • — ROXANA—5 rooms. Private bath * entrance. Adults. 254-7674. 46 — 9 — ROXANA — 3 Furnished rooms. modern, utilities furnished CL 4-8789 46 — TF • WOOD RIVER 208 S. ftTH ST. — 3 rooms and bath 2nd floor brick apt. bldg. Rent $70 mo. with all utilities furnished. To Inspect Dial 254-3M3 — Evenings 254-7748. 46 — 9-11 • • WOOD RIVER AIR CONDITIONED—1 & 2 rooms, efficiency apts. Completely furnished including washer «c dryer. 254-3831, 254-4448. Mrs. Decker. 42 ROOM and BOARD 42 — 9-13 FOR MEN—Nice clean cool rooms. Good meals. Close in. 628 Alby. 42 — 27 MEN BOARDERS WANTED—Clean rooms and good food. 319 Ridge St., Alton. 111. 42 — 29 WILL CARE for 2 elderly ladles or 2 gentlemen In private home. Dining room or tray meals. First floor $125 monthy. Second floor $100 monthly. Private paid only. 520 Seminary Square, Corner 6th & Seminary Square. HO 2-4865. 45 45 — TF 3 ROOMS—Upper Alton. Heat and water furnished. $45. Real Estate Exchange. 462-9797. 45 — 27 SALESMEN CENTjlALLV LQCATEP TO MORE CONVENIENTLY SERVE OUR ENTIRE AREA. CORA B. FOWLER—We would like to take this means of thanking all of our relatives, friends and neighbors who were so kind during our recent • bereavement. Especially Russell Funeral Home, pallbearers, ihose who sent cards and flowers or helped and assisted In any way. The Family. 3 IN LOVING MEMORY 3 — 26 IN LOVING MEMORY of Robert Frazliir.' who passed awuy seven yean ago, Aug. 26, 1056. Sadly missed by, Wife Martha, Sou Gordon. 3 _ 26 1 —— IN MliMORY of Bessie Foster, who passed away 20 years ago yesterday. In our hearts your memory lingers, Sweetly, tender, fond and true. There is not a day, dear mother, That we do not think of you. Daughter, Son and oil who loved her. f PUNBBAL PIRBCTORS 6 — 8'fl FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGE MENTS—M.OO up, Rexroat Flower Shop, 496-3789, 9719 Godfrey Rd. 8-2 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - Help for the problem driOKeri, Men und women. HO 5-1012, 7 ~ 8-26 ..'i i,.,.......... -. LICENSER DETECTIVE - Leg Photography. W, E. fiuri. WttshJagtoa Ave,, Ajtee, CHRISTIAN MAN NEEDED — FUU or part-time—lifetime security. Experience Sunday School, ministry helpful. Earn $100 weekly and up. No competition. Write John Rudln Co., 22 West Madison St., Chicago 2, III. 17 — 27 MANAGER Also »al«*men for furniture department at Arlan's Discount Store. Salary plus commission. Make $10,000 plus! Phone for appointment: Mr. Miller: JACKSON 1.0591 daily after 12 17 — 27 MAN—For moving furniture. Apply 20 20 27 ATTENTION HOSPITALIZATION MANAGERS. SUPERVISORS AND AGENTS...A progressive health Insurance company Is expanding Its operations in Illinois. If you have prior health and accident or hospttallzatlon sales experience, ' and If you are looking for a secure future contact us today. District managers, supervisors and agents positions are open In your area. We have a real deal for the man who can hire, train and produce. All contracts—nn age limit, guaranteed renewable for life. Highest commissions, office, nnd leads furnished dally. Renewal bonus. Roll with us I For Interview, write to A. P., 2928 North Oakland St., Oocatur, Illinois, giving complete resume. 20 _ 20 OIL COMPANY Operating nationally. Has opening for sales representative ant' 25 to 55 In local proiected area. Should have some knowledge of farm construction, or other heavy equipment, Attractive commission program makes starting weekly Income of $1501 lo $200 possible. Oonus, life Insurance and hospl- lallzatlan program, Extensive company training. For Interview send .resume of experience to: Stanley M. Underwood Lubrication Engineers, Inc. Box 7128, Fort Worth, Texas 30 — 27 mm rsgn: Joueii Auction, 1700 lion. in , Wanhlng , 17 — TF J PARTS APPRENTlCE-Or experienced. Apply in person to Carl r.o< zlne, Chuck Dlei'tng Ford Stilvv. HQU We Are Looking for 2 Men Due to rapid expansion for the MadUon County area, $400 to S600 a month salary for qualified men. Men selected will attend our National sales training school. Salary and expenses during your training period. First year bonus $2040, field supervision Including a proven sales procedure, group Insurance and a retirement program for u securo future, No shortages, No ilucK periods, for appointment and p tonal Interview call Mr. Pltzhui 10 a.m. in e p.m. Monday, TUB i tiny mul Wtfjuttsasty «t CM-sias. J ROOMS— Bath. Utilities furnished. Carpeting, large colsets, $65. HO 2-2278. — 28 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED— Utilities paid Upper Alton location. HO 2-9034. 45 — 9/25 —— - — 3 ROOM APT. — Heat, water furnished. Private entrance, bath. East 5th. 465-8480. 23 — 29 SERVICE STATION FOR LEASE— 2 bay, excellent location, Edwards- vine, low Inventory. Mr. BLOCK, WOodburn 2-9916. volunteer 3-3281. MONEY TO LOAN 27A 27A — 27 Arnold Asks W-h-y? WHY pay 36 per cant interest for a short term loan?'/? WHY pay 33 and a third per cent carrying charges for store credit??? WHY THROW MONEY AWAY With home owners 6 per cent loans available??? What Amount Do You Need? ADD the balance you owe on your bond for deed or mortgage to that needed for bills, repairing or Improving home, etc., etc. Example of Arnold's 6 % Loans Sl,500—25,32 mo. 7 years. 2,500— 28.46 mo. 11 years. (i.OOO— 54.54 mo. 15 years. 14,000—105.66 mo. 20 years. ARNOLD says come to 501 St. Louis Avenue, East Si. Louis, or call UP 5-6550. Ask for Harry. APARTMENTS - PLATS 47 — 282 ROOM FARM COTTAGE 45 28 3 LARGE ROOMS—Upstairs, Private entrance and bath. Heat, water supplied. $60. 462-8970, 462-3015, 45 — 26 3 ROOMS, BATH—Heat St water furnished 1st floor. Newly decorated. Private entrance. HO 5-3804 after 5 p.m. 45 — 28 • 7 HOVJSliS HUE RENT ____ ...... _____ _ . . - 3496 Seminary $15 monthly. Inquire 3302 College. HO 2-8507. 41 _ 31 -2 BEDROOM BRICK RANCHER — Built-in stove & oven, blinds, wall to wall carpet. No pets. In Bethal- 10. $100 mo. 465-3709. 47 — 27 - • 3 ROOM MODERN— $50 monlhly. 707 Fifth St., East Alton. CL 4-4189. 47 — 28 -- — - ——— 3 ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT — In Woodburn, 111. 278-2602 or 278-2323. 47 — 28 3 ROOM HOUSE— East Alton. CL 4-6872. 47 — 27 - — — 3-ROOM HOUSE — 189 Gouldlng, East Alton. CL 4-6207, 47 — 30 4 ROOM MODERN— With c»rport. 2918 Sanford. Phone HO 2-3650. 4 ROOM DUPLEX— 50 W. Beach. Wood River. Oil furnace. Near school. $00. Call CL 4-6676. 47 — 26 - - • 4 ROOM MODERN — Full basement, garage, oil heat. Milton are*. HO 5-6069. 47 — 28 -- - - — 5 ROOM MODERN— Oil heat, gas or 220 for stove. HO 5.5696. 47 _ 26 - __5 ROOM — All modern house. newly decorated, See Herman Strader, 2814 Vlewland, Alton. 47 — 26 6 ROOM MODERN— With basement. Central location. Reasonable. Inquire 929 E. 6th. 47 — 27 FOR RENT— 4 room bouse, Modern, Gas furnace and air conditioner. E. Lorena. $65 mo. 466-1365. 47 — 29— — FOR LEASE— New brick home with 3'A ROOMS & BATH—Mldtown location Upstairs. Heat furnished. $60. HO 2-3394. 45 31 4 ROOMS—Unfurnished. Northslde, 2nd floor, private, modern. Heat, water, gas furnished. HO 2-9054. 45 — 3 4 ROOMS «£ BATH — Electricity heat, light furnished. Private en trance. 102 E. Date, Hartford. CL 4-6186. 45 — 27 — PERSONAL SERVICE 1C OHU.SSMAKINU—MIl.OIUNU 30 — 0/17 ALTERATIONS — Complete line, pants, pockets, zippers replaced, dressmuklnu. Experienced. Mrs. O'Dryan. 402-3360. 30 - 9-4 DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pants cuffed. Reasonable. References. In my home. CL 4-4034. 30 — 27 GEORGIA'S TAILOR SHOP Men's & Women's tullorlne and Alterations. Specials on school clothes. Corner George & Grand. LINCOLN ADDITION WQOP RIVER, ILL, 31 31 — tt-14 LAUNDK1UNG WASHINGS IRONINOS-Reason nble. Experlencfd. HO 5-5359. 4 ROOM APT.—Private entrance, bath. Heat, water. Newly decorat ed. Garage. HO 5-5720. 45 _ 31 4 ROOMS & BATH—Newly decorated Mldtown. HO 2-3983. 45 — 28 — 5 ROOMS—Gas heat, tiled floors, fenced yard. Only couple need apply. CL 4-9032. 45 — 9/27 AIR-CONDITIONED — Efficiency apt. carpeted, private bath, refrlg erntor and stove furnished. Con , nors Apts., Wood River. CL 4-3869 After 5 CL 9-0163. ALL MODERN — 3 large rooms hath, upstairs apts. Cabinets, closets, gas furnace, basement uaraee. Private entrance. No pets Upper Alton area. $72.50 mo. Dial HO 5-5966. 45 — 30 FACULTY and STUDENTS Sue Washington Manor Apts, 70;i Washington Ave. Modern, 'i bedrooms, $110. New. Kitchens, range und refrigerator, lias heut, parking nnd play area. Also 3 bedrooms available. Open to inspect. Phone Mr. Cal 465-2145. 45 — S FOR RENT—2 room, »ll Humboldt c ,-t. 45 — TF FOR RENT—3 room apt. In Wood River. Unfurnished. Ph. HO 5-1022. 45 _ 9/24 —GODFREY—3 room, 2nd floor, newly decorated. 400-2712 after 8 p.m. 45 — 30 UPSTAIRS — 3 large roomi rid bath newly decorated, garage, heat nnd water furnished. HO 6-3080 or 110 2-5948. 45 '- Tl f WIISHIRE COLONIAL APIS, Alr-coiuIUlonOu, spuclaui living, ) & 2 bedruomi, rurnlihed or un< furnished, Rangu, refrigerator, disposal, drauai. R. N, 254-9113 or 3&30H7. 48 _. 3 813 Y— *, room*, nil f|r»i floor, clean. Baswient, gu« garage full basement. 3 bedrooms. $115 per mo. 259-6568. 17 — 29- FOR LEASE—New brick home with garage & full basement. 3 bedrooms. Si 15 per mo, 250-6568. 47 — 28 — i FOR RENT—2 bedroom home. $60 per month. North Alton area. Call 466-1331. 47 _ 29 FOR SALE OR RENT — 4 room modern basement house with bath. STerllng 6-3510. 47 — 27 GODFREY—Belmont Village. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, family basement, air conditioned. Double garage. $165, 466-0106. 47 _ 26 —- " • GODFREY — 6 rooms, living, dining hall carpeted. Built-in stove and oven. Garage. Basement, 9135 mo. Appoint. Call 462-4100 after 8 p.m. 47 _ 31 ________________-— IN GODFREY—8 room hou»«. IV4 baths, carpeting, oil heat. $100. 466-0597. 47 _ 28_ —• NEW 3 BEDROOM — I 'A bath, brick, oversize attach' ed garage, Aljets and Kutter Sub-division. Bethalto, $135. mo. or will lease with option to buy. Ted Prict Real Estate. HO 5-1313 or HO 2.0815 after 6 p.m. 47 _ 9/3 ..i .in •" • ' REDUCED—$13,200, 30 W. Jennings, New brick. 2 bedrooms. Carpeting. Owner. CL 4-0787. 47 TF *********************;; i SEVERAL APARTMENTS • ; S AND HOUSES ayallBbtt for • • i Immediate occup»ncy In Al- • • it ton. For further Information : • J or SMALL — Comfortable horn* I Wood River, will rent to employe ludy, r 'W h .(U »nd »» 180 monthly. 8-fl

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