Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 4, 1963 · Page 15
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Alton, Illinois
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIFTEEN and Outdoors with tlnrold Brand Public Hunting Areai Three state-owned or operated pheasant bunting areas will be open for the hunting of other kinds of game, except during pheasant season, William T. Lodge, director of the Illinois Department of Conservation said. "Our policy is to permit as much public use of our areas as is safe and practical, Lodge added. Squirrel, dove, and quail, and rabbit hunting will be permitted on the Iroquois Public Hunting area near St. Anne, the Green River Public Hunting area near Ohio, 111, will be open to dove and rabbit hunting and also shotgun deer hunting will be permitted there the first session of the season, Nov. 8, 9, and 10. The Des Plaines Public Hunt- Ing area will be open for rabbit hunting from Dec. 9 through Dec. 31. Pheasant hunting, exclusive of other hunting, will be by permit only from Nov. 16 through Dec. 8 on the aforementioned areas, Lodge concluded. Will Plan Events The Piasa Pointer and Setter Club will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. to make plans for fall shooting and field trials, announced Ed Davis, club president. Vetoed Nature Preserve Bill Oov. Otto Kerner recently vetoed Senate Bill 579 which was an act of establishing a system of nature preserves in Illinois. The preserves were to be set aside to be maintained in its natural condition and would have included areas of water and land. Gov. Kerner doesn't oppose the idea of having the preserves but believes a better process of establishing them could be originated. Hunt America Time For the sixth consecutive year, the Izaak Walton League of America is sponsoring a Hunt America Time movement emphasizing that sportsmen should respect pri- vate property and save public hunting. The League's goal is a million acres of permission posted land and 12 million courtesy conscious hunters. The League offers a most complete program for interested groups. Cards for hunters' pledges, special buttons to wear afield, gun safety courses, streamers and other aids to publicizing the value of the movement are available for a small fee from the League, 1326 Waukegan Road, Glenview, III. Waterfowl Ages If you have thought that some of the waterfowl you bagged may have been tough old birds, you are right. Here are some of the longevity records for the birds, mostly in captivity, as reported in the South Dakota Conservation Digest: Canada goose, 33 white-fronted goose, ll%, blue goose 10%, common mallard 20, green-winged teal 8, blue-winged teal 4, shovel- ler 5%, wood duck 8, redhead V>Va, canvasback 19, American pintail 17, and gadwall 16. In an interesting sidelight on the waterfowl, the Digest quotes from a letter received in January 1941 from Manloy Miner: "It is not uncommon for a duck to carry a band for 10 years before being shot . . . Jack Minor has some canvasbacks and some swans on his sanctuary that went over Niagara Falls in 1922 and were crippled and sent to him. He gave them first aid treatment and today they are well and active on the sanctuary. How old these birds were when they went over the Falls, no one knows but all we know is that we have had them in our possession for 19 years." Old Canary This writer has a male canary that Yl^ years old. The bird was acquired in 1948 when it was 'two years old. The bird sings on rare occasions only. Bowling WOOD RIVER BOWL TueB. VIP Hauhe 186, Friend 175, Stanich 175, Hanks 175, Dupy 175, Gilworth 169, Turpin 169, Schenk 166, Prewitt 163, Plessa 163. BOWL HAVEN Senior Merchants Auer 225, Coleman 217, Smith 214, Greene 206, Henson 201, E. Greene 201, Tague 200. Metro Maul 243-218 (630), Gibson 210210 (615), Singleton 228, Grove 222, Moss 207-213, Dover 210, Wardein 208, Grimm 203, Newberry 201, Tungett 200. Tues. Commercial Yost 203 - 235, Dodson 233, Wendt 214, Harris 213 - 209, Tribble 209, Kirkpatrick 208, Schwegel 206, Vanata 205, Powers 202, Kellerhorse 200. Piasa Greenberg 231 - 202 (621), Metz 203-213 (606), Davidson 232 (601), Warner 242 - 204 (600), Rhoads 240, Leady 232, Saylor 206-226, Burmester 204 - 213, Johnes 211, Eberhart 204. ACME 32 LANES Westerner VanMeter 214, Waggoner 219, Aljets 211, Schreiber 223, Nekola 210, Gutmann 209, Laws 209, Depew 202. 8:46 Tues. Merchants Hen-en 200. 8:45 Tues. Ladles Jones 161-200-202 (563), Astroth 165-181, Fosha 179-181 (501), Bazzell 166, Rhodes 164, Gigg 170, Mutohleman 163-168, McAdams 166 - 196 (512), Waggoner 193, Schenk 164. BOWL ARENA M.P.M.A. Onlzed Middendorf 230, Pruett 223, Terlisner 213, Howell 205, Me- deary 202, Haughen 202, Wittman 201, Secor 200, Lehr 199, Funkhauser 192. M.P.M.B. Onlzed Sigite 245, Lawrence 219, Ballard 178, Schneider 202, Donahue 202, Hemken 201, Shive 198, Bender 197, Kaplan 192. Ladles League Williams 206 (567), Wells 212 (507), Sheets 191, Marquis 189, Strumski 181, Schaberg * 181, Breeder 178, Hilgendorf 179, E. Sheets 177, Smith 165. Ladles Tuesday Night Lauvier 183, Vogt 161, Stevenson 160, Nevins 151, Robinson 149, Dodson 149, Griffin 147, Warner 146. BOWL INN Bowlette Stanford 181, Link 170, Grissom 189, McCauley 179, Corfia- tis 170 (501). Tues. Men Large 221, Sartdbach 200. Sinclair Grauer 200, Judd 258, Luening 223, Toner 205, Vedder 211. Nite Owl Ladles Wesley 188 - 172 -171 (531), De- Clcco 216 (514), Smith 192 (512), Bond 176 (508), Sitze 200, Dreith U7, Brown 186, Dillinger 184, Kirk 182, Glassmeier 180. Western Mldolto VanAllman 203, Miller 200. Santo Goat As Giants Bomb Bruins CHICAGO (AP) — The idea of taking three straight from the Giants in San Francisco apparently was too overwhelming for the Chicago Cubs who collapsed Tuesday after their doubleheader holiday victory over the Giants Monday. The Cubs quickly grabbed a 3-0 lead over the Giants Tuesday and then sudden!;- found themselves out of the' running. The Giants scored seven unearned runs in the second inning and added six more in the fourth on their way to a 16-3 victory. Ron Santo, whose home run hitting helped the Cubs in their dou ble triumph Monday, was the goat this time. Ron committed three errors in the second inning to tie a modern major league record. Santo's errors made all seven runs unearned but the Giants had something to do with the scoring as they pounded starter Larry Jackson for six singles in the same frame. The Cubs move on to Los Angeles for a two-game series beginning Wednesday night. They'll send Cal Koonce (1-4) against Bob Miller (9-8). The Chicago White Sox, idle Tuesday, return to action Wednesday with a twi-night doubleheader against the Kansas City A's. The Sox will send Ray Herbert (11-9) and Joe Horlen (7-5) against Orlando Pena (9-19) and Diego Segui (7-5). The New York Yankees and the Cleveland Indians are the only teams to have won more than 5,000 American League games since 1901. Tennis Tourney Attracts 79 Bob Hardy defeated Walter Brink, 8-6, 6-3, to win the men's singles of the Rock Spring Tennis Tournament this past weekend. The tourney sponsored by the Alton Tennis Club drew 89 competitors. Doctor Daniel Platt and Terry Durham defeated H. A. Walmsley and John Gealnattt, 6-3, 4-6 and 6-4 to capture the men's doubles crown. Winners of the junior boy's doubles were Ron Selkirk and Dick Skiff who took two out of three sets from David Brewer and Dirk Ehlert, 4*6, 6-3, and 6-3. Janet McBrien won the women's singles defeating Ann Gug- genbuehler, 6-2 and 6-0. Chesterfield Girl Honored at Shower CHESTERFIELD — A shower for Miss Karen Snell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Snell of Chesterfield, was attended by 65 relatives and friends Friday evening at the Masonic Hall. Miss Snell, who will graduate from St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis, will be married Sept. 14 at Holy Ghost Church, Jerseyville to Edward Klump, Jerseyville. She will be employed at Jerseyville Community Hospital. Chesterfield Notes CHESTERFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Getz and sons of Flati River, Mo., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Frye. Mrs. Robert Keele and children, John, Linda and Sue Keele, visited Saturday in Havana, with Mrs. Keele's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lee. Sunday they took Mis Sue Keele to Peoria, where she entered Bradley College for her second year. Miss Velma Dams has returned from Canada, where she has spent the past, eight weeks at the bed side of her sister, Mrs. Ina Chiles, whose condition is critical. Mr. and Mrs. Lancey Hudson oi Kansas City Kan., are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Wilson. 8 RUMMAGE A PASTRY SALES 8 — 4 RUMMAGE SALE—1-oretto Home, 417 Prospect, rear. Sept. 5. The last for Sept. 8 — 11 ATHENS — Greece now imports thousands of cameras from Japan. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES Legal Sept. 3 4 5 '63 REQUEST FOR BIDS The Madison County Sanatorium Board of Directors are requesting bids on a new 8 cylinder four-door station wagon with automatic trans mission, power steering and power brakes, with a 1957 Studebaker Sta tlon Wagon as trade in. Bids to be accepted until Tuesday morning September 17th, 1963. The Board of Directors of the Madison County Sanatorium reserve the right to ac cept or reject any or all bids. Legal — 8/28 9/4 '63 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Proposed Filing To the Patrons of the Illinois Bell Telephone Company: The Illinois Bell Telephone Com pany hereby gives notice to the pub He that it has filed with the Illinois Commerce Commission in Us Gener al Local Exchange Tariff reductions In the charges for standard color telephones, adjustments in the serv Ice connection, move and change charges and Installation charges for private branch exchange and ke; telephone system equipment, and the discontinuance of the service con nection charge for residence exten slons installed at the time-of a re pair visit. A copy of the proposed flllni may be Inspected by any interested party at any business office of this Company in Illinois. All parties interested in this mat ter may obtain Information with re spect thereto either directly from this Company or by addressing the Secretary of the Illinois Commerce Commission at Springfield, Illinois ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY By, J. B. Gable, General Commercial Manager FUNERAL DIRECTORS FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGE MENTS— $5.00 up. Rexroat Flower Shop. 468-3789. 2712 Godfrey Rd. 7 PERSONALS 7 — 10/8 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5-1612. 7 — 10/1 LICENSED DETECTIVE — Lega photography. W. E. Burt, 2006 Washington Ave., Alton. 465-7350. 8 RUMMAGE & PASTRY SALES 8 — 4 APOLLOS SHRINE will have a rum mage sale, 9 a.m. Frl., Sept. 6 Piasa Masonic Temple, 300 State St. 8 — 5 RUMMAGE SALE—Saturday, Sep tember 7th. Military Order of Lady Bugs. 716 Belle. 9 a.m. You're welcome to our money ... for books, clothee, fees or whatever your family need*... at The Associates where rates are reasonable and terms are fair. So when cash can help you, just phone us, or stop by the Afltodatee office nearest you. You'll find Associates, service pleasant, prompt.. .and priuattl Loans to $7500 ASSOCIATES FINANCE, INC. Alton: 1828 East Broadway Phone; HO 2-9715 Wood River: 68 East Ferguson St.. .Phono CL 4-3879 Loans under HHW handled by Associates Loan Company Listen to Asioclatei Weather Report on WBBY Radio M. 7:15 a.m. Monday through Saturday. ANNOUNCEMENTS RUMMAGE SALE and Flea Market. Montlcello Plaza, September 12 & 13, 1863. 9 'til 9 p.m. Clothes, fur nlture, books and Jewelry. 17 HELP WANTED — MALE 71 — 5 "—— BIG 40" — Westlnghouse electric range. 4 years old. Like new. Cost $380, will sell for $100. Leaving state. HO 2-2887. 17_4 , ^—_ DINNING ROOM OR BUS BOY — Work noon & dinner shift. Apply manager, Hotel Stratford. 17 — 4 SOCIETIES and LODGES 9 — 4 WOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 1062. AF&AM, Stated meeting. Wed.. Sept. 4, 7:30 p.m. Visiting brethren W6C HOWELL K. BARNETT, W.M 9 _ 5 __ FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 25 AF&AM —Special meeting Thursday, September 5, 7 p.m. Work In second degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Refreshments. WAYNE H. HARPER, W.M. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN FOUND — Watch at Rock Spring Park. Owner call DU 4-8202, Identify and pay ad. 10 — 6 LOST OR STRAYED—2-year-old female Beagle. Tan & white. Dog license No. 2499. Answers "Tammy." Rosewood Hts., Blue Grass Annex. Children's pet. CL 9-3649. 10 — 5 LOST—Umpire's chest protector and mask. Lost at JC ball park. CL 4-9232. Reward. 10 — 6 LOST — Golden retriever female Brighton Road. Contact E. J. Vogelsang, FR 2-3227 or HO 2-0412. 10 — 5 LOST — Lady's diamond Hamilton watch with diamond band In North Alton area, on Delmar near State. Reward. HO 2-8829. EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCED shoe shine boy, un der 18. 20 E. Broadway, Alton. 17 — 6 MAN TO WORK—In office of eleva. tor and feed mill. Previous, expe rience helpful. Bunker Hill Eleva tor. 17 — 4 NIGHT DESK CLERK 7 a.m. Hotel Stratford. 17 — 4 11 p.m. to WANTED — High school boy for evening and weekends to work on Snack Bar. Must have some experience. Apply In person. Gamblll's EMPLOYMENT SALESMEN 20 20 — 4 — — ANYONE CAN SELL famous Hoover uniforms for beauticians, waitresses, nurses, doctors, others. Miracle fabrics—nylon, dacron, wash n wear cottons. Exclusive styles, top quality. Big Income, real future. Equipment FREE. Hoover Uniforms, Dept. H 5036, Textile Bldg., Cincinnati 2, Ohio. 20 — 4 2 SITUATIONS WTD.-FEMALE ATTENTION: — 2 married men 22-37 to replace transfers on two routes of national concern. These routes averaged $103 and $109 respectively In 1962. Written guarantee $100 per week to start. Unusual fringe benefits, high school education, good work record and neat appearance essential. Write Box 8242 College Station, St. Louis, Mo. 63156. 20 — 5 3 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Bargain Barn, Alton, Mo. Hlway 67, West 18 HELP WANTED r- FEMALE 6 18 BABYSITTER WANTED stay 466-0623. 18 — 6 Must BABY SITTER WANTED — Shift worker. Stay or go. Elderly woman preferred. DU 4-9257 between 9 & 1 p.m. 18 — 6 BABY SITTER—For shift worker. Stay. 466-2841. 18 — 6 BABYSITTER WANTED—Stay with 2 children. Straight days. DU 4-5067. 18 — 10/8 BABYSITTERS REGISTRY — Need several more reliable baby sitters. Phone HO 5-3101. 18 — 4 BABYSITTER—To come in. Alton area. One child. Must be between 30 and 50 years old. Call after 6. 462-2955. 18 — 5 BABYSITTER WANTED — For 3 school-age children and light house work. Must stay. Call 466-2300. 18 — 5 HERE'S THE JOB WE OFFER (1) $500 guaranteed minimum monthly Income to start as trainee, celling unlimited. Our experienced men earn from $10,000 a year up. 2) Lifetime opportunity — no age termination. (3) Sales organization with over 10,000 satisfied salesmen cover- Ing all 50 States. (4) Thorough training at National Sales Training School. Salary and expenses paid during train- Ing period. (5) Company you will be proud to represent. The largest exclusive health and accident company in the world. Over $250,000,000 In assets. Nationally advertls ed. (6) No shortages—no slack periods (7) Rapid advancement for men with management' potential, who demonstrate their ability. Sound too good to be true? Let us show you. If you have a good ap pearance, like to make money and are willing to work, you may quail fy. Must have a car. Our own as soclutes have been informed of this ad. Call CL 4-8138 for confl dentlal Interview appointment. 20 — 6 H NOTICES 11 — TF on Wed. • — Are Your Color Films and Movies Being Processed by Eastman Kodak? If you bring them to Foster's you know they arel Fastest film processing In this area. Flown direct to Kodak every morning at 9:30 a.m. Foster's Drug Store. Alton's Photo Headquarters — 230 B. Broadway. HO 5-2585. Open 'til 10 every night. 11—6 CAR WASH, $1.50—Wash and polish, $3.00. 614 Ridge. 11 — 10 FOR WATKINS September bargains on vitamins, cosmetic creams and housecleanlng specials, call 466-1814 or 465-6763. U _ TF —WED & SAT GET YOUR CAMERA NOW AND PAY LATER AT FOSTER'S DRUG STORE, 230 E. Broadway, Alton RIDERS I1A 11A — 5 — '• RIDERS — To downtown St. Louis from North Alton. 7:30 to 4:45. 466-2496. 11A — 5 MILTON—To downtown St. Louis. 7:45 to 4:30 p.m. Call 465-7355. 11A — 9 WANTED — Ride to Barnes Hospital, starting 8 a.m.. HO 2-1968. EDUCATIONAL 12A INSTRUCTIONS 12A — 6 WHERE? WILL YOU BE IN JUST 3 WKS.? TRAIN NOW, PAY LATER. FREE PLACEMENT SERVICE GROCERY CHECKER, STOCKMAN, SUPERMARKET TRAINING. IBM KEY PUNCH-UNIVAC. WORLD WIDE SCHOOL CALL COLLECT CE 1-7637 812 OLIVE. COUNSELOR NEEDED. 14 MUSIC, DANCING, DRAMA 14 — 7' FOR PIANO LESSONS—Call CL 4-4557. BABYSITTER WANTED — For 1 child. 10 months old. North Alton area. Straight days. Call after 5 p.m. 466-1127. 18 — 5 PIANO LESSONS—In exchange for baby sitting. 462-5546. 18 — 4 RELIABLE LADY—To babysit at my home. Roxana area. Must have own transportation, CL 4-1049 after 6 p.m. 18 — 4 RELIABLE OLDER WOMAN To care for 4 school children In my home. HO 2-4390. 18 — 4 WAITRESS — Experienced, references. No phone calls. Vleth's. 2518 State. 18 — 5 WANTED — Someone to live In. For more Information call 259-1034. 18 — 5 WANTED—Someone to care for chll dren in my home. Shift work. Beth alto area. Must have reference. DU 4-S240 after 4 p.m. 18 — 5 WANTED—Babysitter. CL 4-8515. 18 — 5 Shift work. WANTED — Woman for furniture store office. (Teneral office duties bookkeeping, some sales. Must have initiative and assume responsibill ty. Write stating qualifications, experience, references. Write Box 1090, care Alton Telegraph. 19 HELP WTD., Male * Female 19 — 5 COLLECTORS WANTED—For Alton area. East St. Louis 873-0252, 8-10 a.m. Granite City 877-8224. SALESLADIES 19A 19A — GIRL FRIDAY—Portrait studio. St. Louis County. Evenings 5-10, Sat., 10-6. Sales & take pictures. Will train. Excellent career. Rissl Studio, 217 W. 3rd. 19A — 5 I NEED 5 full time or part time women. HO 2-6061 for appointment 19A — 5 PHONE SOLICITORS—Salary. Write Box 1080, care Alton Telegraph. 19A — 4 RUN SPARE TIME greeting card gift shop at hornet Show friends samples new 1963 Christmas, all occasion greetings, cards, gifts! Take orders earn to 100% profit. No experience needed. Try wltout costl Special fund raising plans for organizations. Rush name for samples on approval. Regal Greetings, Michigan. Dept. 179. Ferndale, ********************** r r Shell Oil Company has serv Ice station available, located i at Broadway and Main, Al- * ton, Illinois. Excellent high it traffic and neighborhood po- i tentlal New functional ranch 1 f type station will be built on i if this location within year. Ex- -i ir perlence desirable but not i ir essential. Shell will give sue- * if cessful applicant three weeks i if of paid tralnlnfi. Fine oppor- i ir tunlty for ambitious man. i t For more information, call i if 254-3804 or write P.O. Box if 400. Wood River, Illinois — f Attention G. A. Early. i INSURANCE AGENT FOR ALTON DEBIT ESTABLISHED DEBIT — Excellen opportunity for married man. N< experience necessary. Must have car. Write Box 1040, care Alton Telegraph. 20 — 4 MEN FOR FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT $105.00 PER WEEK SALARY PLUS BONUS One of the fastest progressive com panles In its field will have a rep resentatlve interviewing men wh hold the following qualifications: 1. Agea 21 to 40. 2. Own automobiles in good con dltlon. 3. Willing to travel Monday through Friday. Home on week ends. 4. High school education. 5. Available for immediate em ployment. No experience necessary. Thoroug training is given by company an pay begins with training. Apply in person to: MR. W. T. RADCLIFFE Company Representative 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Thursday, September 5th Illinois State Employment Office 1719 Washington St Alton, Illinois 20 — 7 NO GUESS WORK!! Would you change jobs for $100 per week. Will start right man at tha figure. Married, 20 to 40. High school, car. Call Mr. / Roberts 259-6889. Fuller Brush Co. 20 — 6 PART - TIME WORK — Sell Scot Lawn Products to local area. Ex cellent commission. Will train. Ca Home Nursery, 656-1790. 20 — 5 YOUNG MAN—Portrait studio. Si Louis County. Evenings 5-10, Sa 10-6. Sales & take pictures. Wi train. Excellent career. Rlssl Stu dio. 217 W. 3rd. 21 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE 21—6 — TWO MEN desire any type work References available. Call CL 4-6147. 22 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE 22 — 4 • IRONINGS WANTED — Free pick up & delivery. (12 mile radius o Wood River) reference. CL 4-0919 22 — 5 IRONINGS WANTED—In my home HO 2-0782. r-CORDOV - fl9reat _j National Brand 2nd TIRE SALE 3 DAYS ONLY..I BLACKWALLS Sow $7.99 on-6.70-15-M»fM or Sow $9.99 on-7.10-15-r«<» Typ. Sow $9.99 M-7.50-14-r>Me« Sox* $8.99 cx,-6.00-13-T»bW«, Say. $9.99 «.- 6.50-1 3- ^r i— -f^r^-. 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Call HO 2-4527. fi PERSONAL SERVICE VASHINGS & IRONINGS—Men's bundle laundry preferred. 228 Me- Clure. HO 5-1679. WILL %ARE~FOR CHILDREN Located near downtown Alton. 465-4015. FINANCIAL DRESSMAKING & ALTERATIONS —-Experienced. . . Johnctte King. Upper Alton. 462-2052. 0 — 9-4 *» cwcj • 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 re gardlng dlstr. of Dil-Powr Automo tlve Products. FOR LEASE I 3 ********************} * FOR SALE OR TRADE T * TA R A * SUPPER CLUB 1 * CALL SALLY BELLMAN 1 if 254-0291 £********************• 23 — 6 — ~OR SALE—Small grocery. Stock & fixtures. $2300. Call 836-4641. Ship man. 23 — 5 RESTAURANTS BUNKER HILL G6OD BLDG. — Complete restau rant equipment; good payln business; owner moving to farm will sell bldg. and equipment fo only $6,500.00. Evenings dial 254-7748. ^ WAGON WHEEL AT POAG OLD Building completely moderniz ed and beautifully decorated; com plete and modern restaurant equip ment; 3 dining rooms; large kl chen; 4 bedrooms on 2nd fi.; baths; 2 air conditioners; natura gas heat; 1 acre; double garage 5 miles from Wood River, 5 mile from Edwardsville; 5 miles from new SIU. Evenings dial 254-3237. R. H. Hessenflow Agency 9 N. Wood River Ave. 254-3893 23 — 7 I BAY — Modern service station Doing good business. Good truffi Selling due to other business inte est. 259-9814, ask for Bob. RENTALS 'EXACO SERVICE STATION For lease. College & Main, Alton. Present volume over 30.000 gal. monthly. Phone St. Louis. PLatenu 2-7BOO. DBCOKATtNO mST 9 IN 8 DECORATING - Mitt- Ing interior and «**«*$•*«»" hanging and removal. Frt* •Mi- niates. Reasonable prices. 46B-11M. • DRESSMAKING—TAILORING 0 — 9/17 ALTERATIONS — Complete line, pants, pockets, zippers replaced, dressmaking. Experienced. Mrs. O'Bryan. 462-3360. 0 — 10-2-6.1 y .« If.ij ———.—• DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pants cuffed. Reasonable. References. In my home. CL 4-4034. 31 LAUNDERING 11—5 WANTED—Ironings, pick up & de liver. Call 259-2663. 31 — 9-14 WASHINGS & IRONINGS—Reason able. Experienced. HO 5-5259. BUSINESS SERVICE 12 BUS. ANNOUNCEMF.NTS 32 — 9/7 AIR CONDITIONING And refrigeration service. Call Joe Rlzzoll. HO 5-1506 32 — 9/16 CARPENTER WORK ROOFING and siding repaired and -emodeled, no job too small, estl mates. 254-2303. 32 — 7 DRIVEWAY AND YARD LEVEL ING — Also weeds mowed with tractor rotary mower. 259-1567. 32 — 9-26-63 U/. "— U'£,\l-*>il ELECTRICAL WIRING — Mete service. Installation, repairs, parts Berry & Son Electric. DU 4-9288. 32 — 9/25 ——————————— 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 2-732B 32 — TF PARTS & SERVICE — Washln Machines and Vacuum Cleaners 838 E. 7th — HO 2-4423 MIDDLECOFF'S FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVER CLEANER SERVICE 32 — 9-9-63 ———^———^— SEPTIC TANK — Cess pools clean ed. Reasonable price. 259-3608. 33 BUILDING — CONTRACTING 33 — 5 BUSINESS SERVICE- ter repair, cafpentw work. HO 2-0361. 'MINTING. n Ing wallpaper. No Job tog mall. Free estimates. 466-2852. 462-9657. 34 - AINTING, Wallpaper Work guaranteed. Free wtlnwtes. 254-8189. FURNITURE WORK WINCHESTER'S CUSTOM RE-UjP BOLSTERING — 132 E. Elm. P*. 462-8235. 37 HEATING * PLUMBING 37 _ TF Wed. • ; SNJOY the convenience of clean economical gas. no matter where you live. Metered. bulk or automatic cylinder. L. P. gas service for heating, cooking and water heatlnc. Specially trained service men and engineered Installations Insures trouble-free operation. ALTON BOTTLED GAS CO. GODFREY ROAD Phone 466-3461 4C STORAGE — MOVING 40 — 10/4 WORLD WIDE MOVERS VON DER AHE. VAN LINES CALL PRES BELCHER AGENCY FREE ESTIMATE ALTON. ILL. HO 2-8240 RENTALS 41 SLEEPING ROOMS OO —™" tl ' ' BLOCK & CONCRETE WORK — Repair work. Free estimates Phone 254-1276. 33 — 9/25 — BOB WOOD—Basement waterproofing and cement work of all kinds. 466-2407. 33 — 9/17 — CARPENTER WORK — Patch plastering, roof repair, plumbing work, blocks laM. and cement work. Also interior and exterior painting. Call Charles Stormer. 466-1437. 33 — 9-11 Complete Home Improvement Quality Workmanship Free Estimates Low Prices 259-2319 33 — 9/25 CONCRETE WORK OF ALL KINDS —Walls, floors, walks, porches, etc. Free estimates. HO 5-1290 or HO 2-3483 any time. 41 _ IO-7-S3 —— •—• 1 ROOM APT. — Furnished. Also sleeping room. 1030 Union. Dial HO 5-2970. 41 _ 7 — CLEAN ROOM — In quiet home, telephone and desk In room, other facilities, call 466-3519. 41_4 ' FOR TEACHER — Nice sleeping room, kitchen privilege. CL 4-6176. 41 _ 4 • LADY COMPANION — To share home. 465-7246. 41 _ 4 ONE SLEEPING ROOM — Private entrance. Close in. girl's preferred. HO 5-6965. 41 _ 6 • • — SLEEPING ROOM—Gentleman. $6 weekly. On bus line. 3202 College. HO 2-8507. 41 _ 7 SLEEPING ROOM — Comfortable room with private entrance. Call after 4 p.m. 462-5452. 41—7 SLEEPING ROOM — Large, newly decorated. Private entrance. 2408 Sanford. HO 2-0578. 41 _ 4 SLEEPINGROOM — In refined home. Phone HO 2-8227. 1700 State. .!! _ 4 1 POOM — Efficiency apartment. 251-7259. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily 4? ROOM and BOARD 42—7 ELDERLY LADIES PRIVATE PAID — Social Security, $75 monthly up. Private home. Mary Stahl. HO 2-4865. (Classified Cent, on Page 17) COOD/A'EAR ONE WEEK ONLY NEW WHEELS 50% OOFF during our preseason winter tire Sure-Grip Winter Tires Never Lower Priced... New Wheels 50% off regular price IMPORTANT! DO N'T BREAK THE SEAL! Get extra new wheels at 50% off now and eliminate mounting expense and possible "seal" damage every Winter and Spring! NEVER LOWER PRICED Famous Suburbanite Winter Tires • More traction when it snows— More mileage when it doesn't. • For dependable driving in mud and snow. No Money Down! FREE Mounting! Terms As Low As $1.25 Weekly! lor two tires and wheels TUBELESS FOR LATE MODEL CARS Sizes 6.70 < IS or 7.50 > 14 black rayon Plui tax and 2 old tiro* off your car. Oth«r lim proper* tionately low priced. GOODYEAR ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE All New Goodyear Auto Tlret Are Guaranteed Nallon-Wlde Against normal road hazards—i.e., blowouts, fabric breaks, cuts—except repairable punctures. Limited to original owner for number of months specified. Any Goodyear tire dealer (over 60,000 in all 50 states) will repair tirt without charge, or make allowance on new tirt based on original tread depth remaining and the current "Goodyear price". GOOD/YEAR Wore People Ride On Goodyear Tires Than On Any Other Kind WELLS TIRE COMPANY 833 E. Broadway, Alton—HO 2-9284 Alton Store and Service Dept. Open Friday 'til 9 P.M. WELLS-SCHMIDT TIRE CO. 101 B. Ferguson, Wood River—CL 4-3828 WELLS-NORRIS CO. Jer.syvllle, III.—Phone 39 i .,»<» ,V, -v/v

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