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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1963 Jtlver and Outdoors with Harold Brand Ask* Question* Ed Welch of Bunker Mil some questions about wa erfowl regulations In Illinois a compared to other states in th Mississippi Flyway in a letter t this column as follows: "I would like to know why Ih state (Illinois) must be so restrictive with its migratory gam laws. The federal law permits 7 days goose shooting yet we ge only 45 days excepting the four southern Illinois counties wher hunters may get 50 or 55. "Why don't Illinois Conserva tion Department officials allow full day instead of from early morning until noon or at lates 3 p.m. in those four southern counties? If tiie quota is taken (20,000 geese) before the season ends, what is the difference 7 With a longer season, many who work could get an extra day 01 two hunting. "I have noticed that Missouri and Nebraska have taken their 70 days and have all day shoot ing unless rules were changed this year. The way things have been, hunters will not get their quota of geese in southern II linois anyway. If memory serves me correct, hunters have not taken the quota in southern Illinois in two of the past three years." Welch does have some important points. We do not know the reasons behind the regulations in Illinois. It might create a better understanding among hunters if there was an explanation. BASEBALL HEROES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING — Curt Flood, Cardinals, collected five straight hits— a triple and four singles—in 9-0 rout of New York Mets that gave second-place St. Louis eighth victory and kept Cards five games back of National League-leading Los Angeles. PITCHING — Bob Sadowski, Braves, posted first major league shutout with eight-hit, 12-strikeout performance in 8-0 victory over Pittsburgh, MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Playoffs Atlanta 9, Toronto 1 (Atlanta leads 1-0 best-of-7) Indianapolis 2, Syracuse 1 (Indianapolis leads 2-0 best-of-7) Pacific Coast League Salt Lake at Okla. City, ppd. Denver 2, Dallas-Fort Worth Spokane 3,Tacoma 2 Portland 5, Seattle 2 San Diego 3, Hawaii 0 No Trial RUMS The importance of properly testing family camping equipment prior to leaving home base can be verified by John Stetson. Godfrey, according to a report from secret agent X 175. With high hopes of spending most of their two weeks vacation in Yellowstone National Park, the Stetsons, a family of eight plus a baby sitter, hitched their rented trailer to the family car and started north at daybreak a few weeks ago. Their itinerary, which was carefully planned by "Big John", listed a state park in central Iowa as their goal at the enc of the first day. However, night tall found Stetson and his fam ily only as far as Jacksonville 111., with an overheated car anc an extremely overheated John Stetson. Won't Comment As usual, Stetson was equal to :he situation and had some high ropes of living off the land to 'eed his family. He set up camp at Jacksonville Lake and pro- :eeded to catch two braggin' sized bass. The Stetsons failed to reach Yellowstone; they settled for the Black Hills in South Dakota Stetson had promised his wife hat he would detour around high mountain passes and he isn't alking on that subject. In spite of the multitude ol mechanical and organizational roblems and the "never again" ttitude upon their return, it is uite evident that they had 'onderful time. Rumors are that they will try amily camping again in 1964. 'rom the many lessons learned n their initial family effort in 963, Yellowstone will be a certainty in '64. Canada Trip "The fish were biting better lis year than in many previous rips to Camp Linklater, Ontar- o, Canda," related Dr. J. L. Merien, 1814 Jersey Ave., who re- urned recently from a vacation here with his wife and family and friends." The party included the Mc- Jriens daughters and son-in- aws, The Jerry WindmUlers, the Terry Dnrhams, and friends, the Wayne Tylers, the Bill Kodros, nd Jerry Miller. "We,made portages into other akes and had no trouble taking limit in any species includ- ng walleyes, smallmouth bass nd others," Dr. McBrien add- d. "Kodros took walleyes up to l /2 pounds and I took small- mouth up to three - pounds, ne day five of us took 43 large sh which became quite heavy 3 lug back along with two ca- oes on an overland portage/ 1 LEWS 20 styles & patterns Including the newest DART "Spikes" and preshrunk jeans. GREENFIELD'S 309 Belle St. Bowling BOWL HAVEN Thurs. Nile Hawks Glen 185. Hagen 179, Host 165 171. Cox IRS. Williams 165, Wod ding. 164. Benz 163, LaPinta 160 Major City Lwijriie KudHrs 201-202-221 (624); Jack son 25K (606); Lampert 235, Lusk 228, Kaslen 220, VanderHorst 214 Kennedy 206, Grover 210, Mar quis 206, Greene 205. Industrial League Graham 220-210 (602); Stecte 212, Norwell 211, Flletcher 205 Grove 201. Arkabauer 201. LIBERAL ALLOWANCES Given on Trade-In Boats and Motors. Get Our Figures Before You Buy. HAROLD'S PLACE 131 E. Ferguson, Wood River Ladles Leitner 194, Young 187, Potts 181, Sellier 181, Peck 180, Mur phy 176. Cobeck 175, Hagen 171 Fulks 171, Taylor 169, Cunning ham 169. Wed. Ladles Schwartz 72, Cook 186, Williams 166. McMillan 158, Ealey 157-170, Shive 159, Redd 154, Shaw 150, Chism 157-175. BOWL ARENA Industrial Williams 232 (616); McCart 226 212 (630); Burmester 225, Kassing 225, Link 224-205 (604); Rigsbey 222 (609); Nickel 216-208, Benz 215, Henesey 219, Warren 216. Godfrey Thurs. Osburn 212-209-226 (647); Turtle 227-207 (600); Lowell 215 (537); Chester 215 (532), Gosling 243 (592); Springer 203, Hyde 210 (517). Late Thurs. Men Whiteside 255-209 (621); Jouett 198, Lahr 197, McDonald 197, Hanks 195, Sheumaker 193, Kart- kamp 192, Connoyor 192, Jun 191, Capp 191. Late Thurs. Ladies Fosha 181-196, Schleeper 178164, Bedwill 177, Myers 181, Baker 176, Evans 171, Whitehead 158, Vogel 154. ACME 32 LANES Thurs. Nile Ladles Ballard 167-200 (519); Wooff 181, Williamson 174-169 (503); Arnold 163, Cripps 182, Moiling 183, Ohley 174, Allen 188, Maul 190-158, Hosey 161-177. 6:45 Thurs. Merchants Walters 210, Harris 201. 9:15 Thurs. Merchants Harris 209, Sutton 253 BOWL INN Western Men Hankins 200, McClellan 204, Tittie 212, Ballard 201-225 (618); Marshall 215. Lutheran Ladles Koshinski 173, Suessen 176-175 (502); Helmkamp 220 (523); Wehmeier 178, Corfiatis 192-179 (526). Lutheran Men Blase 202, Robertson 209, Brenner 259, Reinhardt 225, Kumpf 246, Corfiatis 200, Kanz 221, Narva 213, Wiemers 201, Wehmeyer 203. WOOD RIVER BOWL Wed. Senior Merchants Saylor 225 (613); Cafazza 222, Lawrence 222, Barnhart 215, Hoi- and 215, Catt 216, Weimers 213, Kladar 213, Pyle 209, WeHer 208. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TOKYO — Curly Aguirre, 118, Philippines, knocked out Katsutoshi Aoki, 118, Japan, 9. MONTREAL — Wilf Greaves, .64, Windsor, Ont., stopped Ron Jones, 156, Montreal, 10. LOS ANGELES — Ray Asis, .19%, Philippines, outpointed Zor- •ito Valdez, 121, Mexico, 10. Chris Karamesines CHALLENGES Art Malone THE FASTEST DRAGSTER IN THE WORLD ON FUEL, for the highest position in the World, "MR, ELIMINATOR" ALTON DRAGWAY (Take Route 140 East of Alton — turn North on Fosterburg Road) is having the biggest race in the history of drag racing this Sunday. Prom Chicago, III., Chris "The Crazy Greek" Karamesenes, 214 mph dragster, has challenged Art "The Colonel" Malone from Tampa, Florida, the fastest dragster in the world defends his title in a two out oF three match. So come early for good teats and watch a weekend of history making racing this weekend at Alton Drag- way. Saturday -flSSKiT- *««*** ALL QUARTER MILE RACING THIS WEEKEND Daytime Gates Open 10 a.m. Time Trials Close .. 2 p.m. Elimination at .... 2:30 p.m. Ball Opens New Talks With Salazar LISBON, Portugal (API — U.S. Undersecretary of State George W. Ball arrived today for a second round- of talks with Premier Antonio de Oliveira Salazar. He spent two days in Lisbon last week, then went to Pakistan for talks about that country's courting of Red China. Ball is to resume conversations tere Saturday on what is officially described as "matters of common interest" to the United States and Portugal. It is taken for granted that most, if not all, of the time will be devoted to discussing Portugal's policies in its overseas provinces. Foreign Minister Alberto Franco Nogueira will be the undersecretary's host at dinner tonight. After Saturday's meeting with Premier Salazar, Ball will travel .o the resort of Sintra, 17 miles north of Lisbon, and join U.S. mbassy officials at lunch. He is scheduled to take off for Washington Saturday night. Ball made no statements upon lis arrival today. Michigan Looks Better, Bump Elliot Comments ILLINOIS—Junior tackle Briar Duniec was moved up to the firs team opening created by the il nes-? of Archie Sutton. Sutton stricken with a heat stroke dur ing pactice Wednesday, remainec in a hospital for observation. MICHIGAN — The Wolverine scrimmaged briefly and Coac Bump Elliott said they "look« more than somewhat better thar they did a year ago at this point. NOTRE DAME—Ace defensiv halfback Tom MacDonald workec on defense and offense dur ing drills. Coach Hugh Devor said the Irish are counting on MacDonald to operate from th wing position on offense, in ad dition to his defense. NORTHWESTERN — Halfback George Stump underwent surgery for a knee injury and is expectet to be out all season, Stump suf fered torn ligaments in his righ knee Thursday during practice He was considered one of North western's outstanding sophomore halfbacks. MICHIGAN STATE-Center Ed Youngs suffered a sprained righ knee during a blocking drill anc is expected to be out of practice several weeks. Also hospitalize is sophomore halfback Donalc Japinga, confined with a sinus in Peters Gains 17th Victory for Sox CHICAGO (AP) — A battle foi second place in the American League gets under way tonight at Comiskey Park as the Minnesota Twins meet the Chicago White Sox. Jim Kaat (10-10) goes to the mound for Minnesota, whose -5 oss to the Angels Thursday cou- )led with a 4-1 Sox victory over Cansas City dropped the Twins to bird place and edged Chicago into second. The Sox' Ed Fisher 7-8) is scheduled to hurl against Saat in the first of four games. The lowest paid attendance 1,585) for a White Sox game this season saw the rookie sensation :ary Peters make some additions o his pitching log Thursday night n.the last meeting of the year between the Sox and the Athletes. Peters chalked up his 17th triumph of the season and his 12th n his last 13 starts to reach the ugh mark for a Sox southpaw since Billy Pierce was 17-11 in 1958. The 26-year-old Peters, who has ost only six times, completed his 12th game, tying him with Ray Herbert for the club high. Peters also drove in two of the ox' runs, hitting a 400 foot triple and a sacrifice. fly. Joe Cunning- lam, who had been sidelined with a broken collarbone, got three hits for the Sox, including two loubles. The Chicago Cubs, meanwhile, didn't get a runner past second lase Thursday night as they lost 4-0 to the league-leading Los Angles Dodgers. Larry Sherry held the Cubs hit- ess the last 1 2-3 innings as he earned up with Pete Richert for a five-hit shutout—the 21st and most in the majors this season by he Dodger pitching staff. Push for Quick Action on Literacy WASHINGTON (AP) - Demo- ratic leaders called for quick enate action today on President <ennedy's bill to add literacy lasses and expanded youth pro;rams to the 1962 Manpower 'raining Act. The measure would uthorize an additional $200 mil- on over two years to pay for the xtra training. See our good selection of used OUTBOARD MOTORS Priced at Real Savings CLARK BOAT & MOTOR 313 W. St. Louis E. Alton FOLLOW THE "World Series" OF GOLF-SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ON KSD Channel 5 -- SPECIALS! ....will be mentioned during the programs-WE HAVE 'EM ALL IN STOCK - Hurry in! HOME FURNISHERS 500 i. Broadway Phent HO 5-4209 ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL — 24 - 31 — Sept. 7, 63 NOTICE OF SALE Please take notice that pursuan to Ordinance No. 3182 of the City of Alton, passed by the Coun cil of the City of Alton on the 14th day of August, 1963. and approved by the Mayor of the City of Alton on the 15th day of August, 1963 the City of Alton will conside sealed bids for the purchase of the following described real estate: The West Twenty-Eight (28) feet of Lot Thirteen (13) all of Lots Fourteen (14). Fifteen (15), and Sixteen (16) in Block Twenty-Seven (27) and the Easterly Thirty-Three (33) feet of Pear Street (now vacated) In said Block Twenty- Seven (27), in Hunter or Russell's Addition to the City of Alton, Illinois; Said real estate is located in the Cit: of Alton, County of Madison and State of Illinois, on the north side of East Broadway in the 1500 block thereof. , There are three outstanding lease agreements from the City of Alton for the use of certain parcels of the property described above, namely 1. A lease to Earl Manns of that property commonly known and referred to as the scales property and situated at 1504 East Broadway, Alton, Illinois, and which lease provides that the lessee pay to the City of Alton the sum of Twenty-Five Dollars ($25.00) per month and other considerations; that said property included in this lease agreement is being used for operation of a scale; 2. A lease to J. V. Gerard and Nelson G. Gerard of that property commonly known and referred to as 1508 East Broadway, Alton, Illinois, described as: The West Twenty (20) feet of Lot Thirteen (13) In Block Twenty- Seven (27) In Hunter or Russells' Addition to the City of Alton, Illinois; and which lease provides that the lesee pay to the City of Alton the sum of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) per year; that said lease is designated as Lease No. 57 in the Office of the City Clerk of Alton, Illinois; that said property included in this lease agreement is being used for operation of a shoe repair shop; 3. A lease to Laughlln- Miles Lincoln Mercury Sales, Inc. of that property described as: Beginning at a point where the center line of Pear Street (vacated) Intersects with the property line on the north side of Broadway; thence Northeasterly a distance of 86.55 feet to an Iron pipe which Is o said center line of Pear Street (vacated) and the property line of Fourth Street; thence Easterly and parallel with Fourth St. 53,62 feet to a point; thence at right angles Southerly a distance of 68 feet to a point on the property line of Broadway; thence Westerly 56 feet to the point of beginning, containing an area of 4155 feet more or less; situated In Hunter or Russell's Addition to the City of Alton. County of Madison and State of Illinois; and which lease provides that the Lessee pay to the City of Alton the sum of Eighty- Two Dollars and Fifty Cents ($82.80) per month; that said property Included In this lease agreement Is being used for operation of an automobile sales lot. Interested parties may 'submit sealed written bids for the pur chase of said real estate to the Office of the City Clerk of the City of Alton, Illinois, not later than 5:00 P.M. on September 25, 1963, and which said bids shall be open' ed and considered by the City Coun ell of the City c Alton at its regu lar council meeting to be held on said September 25, 1963. All bids submitted for the pur chase of said real estate must be accompanied by a cashier's check In the amount of 10% of such bid. The balance of the bid price of the successful bidder must be paid In cash, ay cashier's check, or by certified ch'ck within 20 days from the ac ceptance of such bid by the City Councl In the event the successful bidder falls to pay the said balance of his or Its said bid within 20 day* from the acceptance of said bid by City Council, the 10% paid with the submission of such bid shall be forfeited to the City of Alton, and he City of Alton shall be under no further obligation to convey said real estate to such bidder. The 10* payment made by unsuccessful bidders with submission of their respective bids shall be returned to them within five days after the City Council of the City of Alton I as Inally considered such bids; said real estate shall be conveyed by he Clly of Alton to the successful bl 'der. If any bid be accented oy he City Council, by quitclaim deed and subject to the outstanding lease agreements referred to above. The City of Alton reserves the right to reject all bids submitted CITY OF ALTON A Municipal Corporation 3y /t/ P. W. Day P. W. Day. Maypr ! fection. MINNESOTA — Sophomore Bill Dallman was moved up from the fourth to the first team as a reward for his impressive showing in a limited contact workout Wednesday. The move put the 210- pound Dallman in front-rank bidding for the left guard position. Ohio State — Coach Woody Hayes continues to work on his offensive line, from which he lost virtually all the 1962 football talent. The team will hold its first scrimmage Saturday. Purdue—Sophomore Karl Singer took over the right tackle position to replace junior veteran James Garcia, out with a pulled leg muscle. Coach Jack Mollenkopf used Thurday's practice session to emphasize better protection for passers. Iowa—The Hawkeyes' workout touched all phases of football except punting, but the emphasis was on defense. The offensive portion included pass patterns with Fred Riddle, Gary Snook and Mickey Moses tossing. Wisconsin — The Badgers held their first fall scrimmage with junior Harold Brandt, a southpaw understudy for Ron VanderKelen last year, at quarterback on the first unit. Sophomore John Fenske was at quarterback on the second unit and sophomore Dave Fronek called signals for the third team. Indiana—Two members of last year's Hoosier squad, Rich Co- chays and Doug Lackey, and sophomore Dave Mayoras are competing for the safety position. All three made good showings in practice drills, as the Hoosiers concentrated on punts and punt coverage. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES Legal — 5 — 6 — 7 INVITATION FOR BIDS The Housing Authority of the City of Alton will receive bids at Its office located at 3116 Acorn. Alton Acres. Alton, Illinois, until 11:00 A.M., D.S.T., on the 23rd day o September, 1963, for the supplying of an estimated quantity of 200,000 gallons Propane Gas for delivery to Project ILL-55-1, Alton Acres, for a period of one (1) year. For further information and spec! fications contact: D. F. Braner, Executive Director Housing Authority of the City of Alton LEGAL — 23 — 30 — Sept. 6-63 — NOTICE OF LETTING (1) Sealed proposals will be received in the office of the District Engineer. Illinois Division of High ways, 9300 St. Clair Avenue, East St. Louis. Illinois, until 10 o'clock A.M., Daylight Saving Time. September 13, 1963. for the Con struction of "Inlet Adjustment" on FA 12 Spur (Black Lane), located between U.S. Route 40 and FAI 70 east of Collinsville, Illinois, In Madison County. ("it Proposals shall be submitted on forms furnished by the Division of Highways which may be obtained at the office of the District Engineer, after the applicant has furnished due proof that he has ade quate personnel and equipment to perform the work satisfactorily. (3) Proposals shall be enclosed in an envelope endorsed "Proposed Inlet Adjustment for FA 12 Spur, Section 28-1-1". (4) The right is reserved to reject any and all proposals and to waive technicalities. By Order of the: State of Illinois Department of Public Works and Buildings By: William S. Krause District Engineer 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 EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE 17 — 7 APPLICATIONS for police patrol man will be received by the Wood River police department through September 19. Applicants must be between the ages of 23 and 35 and be a high school graduate or equlv alent. Starting salary $455 pel month. Successful applicants wll be placed on the eligible list. 17 MAN TO WORK—In office of eleva tor and feed mill. Previous expe rlence helpful. Bunker Hill Eleva tor. 17 — 13 PART TIME and FULL TIME help needed Immediately. Inquire 701 Henry St. 17 — 6 WANTED—Man to work In office weigh & test grain at elevator. Ph 753-434S. 17A EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 17A — 9 ABLE CONSTRUCTION WORKERS —U. S. projects. All trades. Write Globe Application Service, Box 854 Baltimore 3, Md. 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE 18 — 9 BABYSITTER—Must stay. 466-2300 18 — 7 BABYSITTER — For shlftworkers To stay or furnish transportation 465-2280. 18 — 6 BABYSITTER WANTED — Mus stay 466-0623. 18 — 6 BABY SITTER WANTED — Shlf worker. Stay or go. Elderly worn an preferred. DU 4-9257 between 9 & 1 p.m. 18 — 6 BABY SITTER—For shift worker Stay. '66-2841. 18 — 6 BABYSITTER WANTED—Stay with 2 children. Straight days. DU 4-5067 18 — 10/8 BABYSITTERS REGISTRY — Nee- several more reliable baby sitters Phone HO 5-3101. 18 — 12 BABY SITTER — Starting Octobe 1. 5-7-hour day, straight days — 254-9987. 18 — 7 COOK WANTED—2519 College. 18 — 7 CURB GIRLS WANTED — Ful time. Spot-Light Drlve-In, Edwards ville Rd. After 6 p.m. No phone calls. \ 18 — 6 LADY TO CARL" FOR CHILDREN —In our home, stay or go. shlf work. HO 5-1125. 18 — 6 LADY—For work In donut shop. Ap ply In person only after 8 p.m Dixie Cream, 611 Berkshire. Eas Alton. 18 — 7 PERSONALS 7 — 10/8 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinkers. Men anc women. HO 5-1612. 10/1 .ICENSED DETECTIVE — Legal photography. W. E. Hurt, 2006 Washington Ave.. Alton. 465-7350. 8 RUMMAGE it PASTRY SALES 8 — 6 RUMMAGE SALE—Saturday. Sep tember 7, Military Order of Lady Bugs. 716 Belle. 9 a.m. 8 — 11 RUMMAGE SALE and Flea Market. Monticello Plaza, September 12 13, 1963. 9 'til 9 p.m. Clothes, fur nlture, books and jewelry. 8 SOCIETIES and LODGES 9 — 9 REGULAR MEETING—TUBS., Sept 10. 7:30 p.m. Franklin Masonic Temple. Fall activities schedule Please attend. Refreshments. H.L. Ball. President 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10 — 7 LOST — FROM ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — 12-year-old large male Collie, named "BLAZE." Sable with white ruff. Partially blind. Family pet. FRANKLIN MEYERS. 259-3041. 10 — 7 LOST — Set of wedding rings on a safety pin near St. Joseph's Hospital. Reward. CL 4-3032. 0 — 9 LOST—In 500 block Belle St. Black short hair female dog, green around muzzle. Wearing harness. Under Vet's care. If doesn't receive medicine, will die. Call DU 4-9400 or FR 2-3588. 0 — 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. 0 — 6 LOST — Golden retriever female, Brighton Road. Contact E. J. Vogelsang, FR 2-3227 or HO 2-0412. 0—9 LOST—One ear ring, vicinity of Stratford Hotel. Saturday. August 24. Four pronged silver and rhlne- stone. Sentimental value. Reward. 466-2234 46—7 • OST—1 year old yellow Persian male cat. Upper Alton vicinity. Reward if returned. Call HO 2-2226 after 5:30 p.m. NOTICES 1 — 6 :AR WASH, $1.50—Wash and polish, $3.00. 614 Ridge. l — ii OR WATK1NS September bargains on vitamins, cosmetic creams and housecleanlng specials, call 466-1814 or 465-6763. I — 9 MOTICE—604 Belle St. is available for rummage sales. Call 465-9633. RIDERS 1A 1A — 7 RIDERS WANTED—Hours 8 to 4:30, East Alton-Wood River area to downtown St. Louis. CL 4-7558. 1A — 7 WANTED—Ride from Wood River to 3000 S. Broadway, 8 (o 5. Call CL 4-1751. 1A — 7 iVANTliD—Ride to St. Louis, 6th «c Olive. 8:15 to 5 p.m. CL 4-2892. 1A — 9 WANTED — Ride to Barnes Hospital, starting 8 a.m.. HO 2-1968. PART-TIME—Clerical help needed Apply at city hall, Wood River. 18 — 7 PART-TIME BABY SITTER—For 2 children In my home. CL 4-326C after 5 p.m. 18 — 7 WAITRESS WANTED—Apply Red top Cafe. 1201 Belle St. 19 HELP WTD., Male * Female 19 — 9 COUPLE—For apartment manage ment. Must be experienced in main tenance and general repairs. Gooc pay with apartment. Box 1140, in care of the Alton Evening Tele graph. 19 — 9 EXPERIENCED PRESSER — Woo or silk. Apply personally, no phone calls. Pitman's Cleaners, Monti cello Plaza. 19—9 MAN OR WOMAN—To care for elderly man. 8 to 4:30 p.m. or to stay. DU 4-4312. 19 — 7 TOP BEAUTY SALON — Manager wanted, attractive pay and bonus arrangement. Vacation with pay, 5-day work week. Write Post Of. flee Box 242. Alton. 19 — 7 WANTED — Licensed chauffeur for floral truck, male or female, age 25 or over. Write Box 1110 care of Telegraph. 20 SALESMEN 20 — 7 FURNITURE SALESMEN—Experienced men only. Phone 254-8994. 20 — 6 INSURANCE AGENT FOR ALTON DEBIT ESTABLISHED DEBIT — Excellent opportunity for married man. No experience necessary. Must have car. Write Box 1040. care Alton Telegraph. 20 — 6 LARGE ILLINOIS COMPANY Needs men in this area to work You can make up to $10,000 a year, For information call Mr. Todd, 465-7651. 20 — 7 NO GUESS WORK!! Would you change jobs for $100 per week. Will start right man at that figure. Married. 20 to 40. High school, car. Call Mr. Roberts 259-6889. Fuller Brush Co. 20 — 6 PART - TIME WORK — Sell Scott Lawn Products to local area. Excellent commission. Will train. Call Home Nursery, 656-1790. 20 — 9 SALESMAN - MANAGER—For con tact work. Credit organization needs local man to call on business and professional men, 50-mile radius. If you have sold specialties, food plans, books, memorials, or intangibles, this Is an unusuai opportunity. Permanent and must have car. High commission-bonus arrangement with advancement opportunity. $125 weekly draw qualified man. Write Box 1120 care of Telegraph. 20 — 12 SALES & SERVICE—1 man Interested In better than average earnings who desires rapid advancement to management and Is willing to work for it. Good branch opportunity for right man. Must be a family man and have a car. Write Maanger P.O. Box 188, Belleville, III. 21 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE 21—6 TWO MEN desire any type work. References available. Call CL 4-6147, 22 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE 22 — 13 IRONINGS WANTED—Free pick-up and delivery, 12 mile radius of Wood River. Reference. CL 4-0919. 22 — 6 LADY WILL BABYSIT — Days. In Rosewood Heights area. CL 9-3025. 22 — 6 WILL CARE FOR PRE-SCHOOL age children. 465-6412. 1839 Ervay, North Alton. 22 — 7 WANTED—Baby sitting or house work by week. 807 E. 4th. 22 — 6 WASHINGS fc IRONINGS—Men's bundle laundry preferred. 228 Ma Clure. HO 5-1679. 22 — 9/23 WILL CARE FOR -CHILDREN — Located near downtown Alton. 465-4015. 22 — 6 WOULD LIKE STEADY JOB—Night janitor or handy man or painting. Call cure of Leaden. Chester Green. HO 5-3042. FINANCIAL 23 "BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES" .23 _ a . TEXACO SERVICE STATION For lease, College ft Main, Alton. Present volume over 30,000 gal. monthly. Phone St. Louis. PLateau 2-7600. 23 — 9/9 F YOU CAN SELL—Have 11,500 to invest. Want to earn (1.000 or more per mo. & cash awards & premiums to give attendants It dealers for selling; write Box 660. care Alton Telegraph. Be sure to give your phone no. Experienced Drl-Powr Distributor will Interview you regarding dlstr. of Drl-Powr Automotive Products. — 6 9 10 11 'OR RENT—One of Alton's better taverns. Good business. Parking lot. GLAZEBROOK AGENCY Dial HO 2-0055 or HO 2-0315 FINANCIAL IS BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 42 ROOM and BOARD " MEN—Nice clean cool rooms, meals Close In. 628 Alby. . _ ___ __ __ _ *********************$ * FOR LEASE * * Shell Oil it Ice stntlon BVt ""y"ji •,"" * at Broadway and Ma n, it ton, Illinois. Excellent , traffic and neighborhood tentlal. New functional n type station will be built this location within year, perfence desirable but essential. Shell will give „ cessful applicant three « * of paid training. Fine * tunlty for ambitious i For more Information, + 254-3804 or write P.O. i, 400, Wood River, Illinois * Attention G. A. Early. 'high jd po- ranch * * * * * po- * on it not * | ca'ii *• BOX * * sue weens oppor- man ******* &*******************£ * FOR SALE OR TRADE T A R A SUPPER CLUB CALL SALLY BEELMAN 254-0291 •fc- *oi-v*:»i " ********************** t TTxv Mnrfx-n aervlce station. 2 BAY — Modern service station. Doing good business Good traffic. Selling due to other business Interest. 259-9814, ask for Bob. TERMITE AND PEST CONTROL Complete business, all or part. Write Box 750 care of Alton Telegraph. 24 INVESTMENTS — STOCKS 24 — 7 APARTMENTS — FLATS 9 5 T~ARGE ROOMS — Unfurnished, in downtown Alton. 462-6050. i 5 ROOM — Second floor private entrance heat and water furnished on BrSwn St. near SIU $45. Rtai Estate Exchange 462-9797. 3 5 ROOM~MODERN APARTMENT- n?wly decorated, ground floor, prl- vate entrance. CL 4-9448. 4fi — 7 ————"-~^~"~—~~— 3-ROOM—Downstairs, East private entrance. 465-7622. I 5 LARGE ROOMS-Upstalr. Prl- vate entrance and bath. Heat, water supplied. 462-8970, 482-3015. I 5 ROOM—Private entrance, bathT Newly decorated. Heat, water. Garage. Adults. HO 5-5720. 4 5 ROOMS AND BATH — Upstairs! 437 E 4th. Heat, furnished. $60 mo. HO 2-3394. if ^^ A -— 4 ROOM APT.—Upstairs. $80 mo. All utilities paid- 284-8670. 4-R'ooM APT.—All modern, carport. $85 mo. 25 Leonora, Cottage Hills. 259-2230 after 4 p.m. 45 __ XF .. FOR RENT—3 room apt. In Wood River. Unfurnished. Ph, HO. 5-1022. GODFREY—3 room, 2nd floor, newly decoraUd. 466-2712 after 6 p.m. 45 _ 10 — NICE CLEAN — 3 large rooms and bath, upstairs apt. Cabinets, closets, gas furnace, private entrance. Basement garage. No pets. Upper Alton area. $72.50 per month. HO 5-5966. FOR SALE—City of Alton Specla, Assessment Bonds. 6%. Tax exempt interest. McCann & Co. Inc., Box 1585. Springfield, 111. PERSONAL SERVICE IP DRESSMAKING— TAILORING 30 — 9/17 ALTERATIONS — Complete line pants, pockets, zippers replaced, dressmaking. Experienced. Mrs. O'Bryan. 462-3360. 30 — 9/10 au — s»/iu • DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pants cuffed. Reasonable. Refrences. In my home. CL 4-4034. 30 — 10-2-63 DRESSMAKING & ALTERATIONS —Experienced. . . .Tohnette King Upper Alton. 462-2052. 31 LAUNDERING WASHINGS & IRONINGS—Reason able. Experienced. HO S-5259. BUSINESS SERVICE J2 BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 32 9/7 — AIR CONDITIONING And refrigeration service. Call Joe Rlzzoli. 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 ELECTRICAL WIRING — Meter service, installation, repairs, parts. Berry & Son Electric. DU 4-9288. 32 — 9 LET ROY KORTKAMP clean and service your furnace this winter Phone 466-1198. 32 — 7 — — ORNAMENTAL IRON — Columns and railings custom made. 437 West Rosedale. Rosewood Heights. CL 9-3604. 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 2-7326 32 — TF PARTS * SERVICE — Washing 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. 32 — 9 Window Air Conditioners Cleaned and winterized. Complete check-up. Pick up and delivery First floor units $29.95. ALTON HOME SERVICE 462-0477 This offer expires September 24. 33 BUILDING — CONTRACTING 33 — 13 A-l CARPENTER REPAIRS—Addl tlons, enclosures, roofing, concrete porches, garages, painting. Reason able. 462-2901. 33 — 9/25 BOB WOOD—Basement waterproof- Ing and cement work of all kinds 466-2407. 33 — 10/9 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 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. 33 — 10/9 GUTTERING — Roofing, painting, odd jobs, repairs. Reasonable. Prompt service. 254-3649. DECORATING 34 — 9/18 BEST IN DECORATING — Paint Ing Interior and exterior. Paper hanging and removal. Free estimates. Reasonable prices. 466-1134. 34 — 10/3 PAPER HANGING—Painting, plas ter repair, carpenter work. HO 2-0361. 34 — 10/8 PAINTING, PLASTERING—Remov Ing wallpaper. No Job too small Free estimates. 466-2852, 482-8637. 36 FURNITURE WORK 36 — 10/8/63 WINCHESTER'S CUSTOM RE-UP. HOLSTERING — 132 E. Elm, Ph. 462-8235. 37 HEATING * PLUMBING 37 — GAS AND OIL FURNACES — Check our prices before you buy. Phone Alton Home Service for free estimates. Phone 462-0477. « 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 41 — 10-7-63 1 ROOM APT. — Furnished. Also sleeping room. 1030 Union. Dial HO 5-2870. 41 — 7 EAST ALTON—Sleeping room. ly furnished. Adjoining bath. CL 4-6091. 41 — 7 Nice. SLEEPING ROOM — Comfortable room with private entrance. Call after 4 p.m. 462-8452. 41 — 9 VERY NICE SLEEPING ROOM — For working girl only. Private entrance and telephone and washing facilities. HO 5-8029. VI ROOM «ad UOARU 42-7- ELDERLY LADIES PRIVATE PAID — Social Security, $73 monthly up. Private home. Mary Stahl. HO 4-4865. 42 — 7 ENTLEMAN Pension or Social Security, meals. Laundry. Care. $70 monthly up. Stahl Shelter Home. HO 2-0216. RENTALS { SEVERAL APARTMENTS * * AND HOUSES available for * it Immediate occupancy In Al- * if ton. For further Information •*• t CALL 462-9263 * it Or Evenings HO 2-8801 if ^ or HO 5-1747 * * * ********************** 45 — 9 TWO 3-ROOM APTS.—Ground floor. Private entrance. Stove and re. frlgerator. All utilities. Good location In Wood River. $85 and $70. CL 4-9457. 45 _ 7 — UNFURNISHED 3'/4-RM. APT. — Modern, sir conditioned, garag* In basement. HO 2-2189. 1119 Danforth. 4 r. — 14 UPSTAIRS APARTMENT — 4 rooms and bath, private entrance, automatic fuel oil furnace, furnish own utilities, $65 monthly. Call 4<i2-2281. 45 _ 7 _ UPPER ALTON — Unfurnished 4- room apt. All newly decorated, upstairs, heat and water furnished. Adults only. HO 2-7162 or 254-0900. 45 _ TF Wilshire Colonial Apts. 1 or 2 bedroom, range, refrigerator, disposal, drapes. R. N. Dunn, 254-9113 or 259-2987. 45 _ 7 17 E. JENNINGS — Wood River. 4-room 1st floor duplex; basement, coal furnace. $50 month. Drive by and If Interested phone or call. 116 N. WHITELAW — Wood River. 5-room. 2nd floor apartment, rent $75 with heat and elec. furnished. R. H. HESSENFLOW, Realtor 9 N. Wood River Ave. 254-3893; evenings 254-7748 48 FURNISHED APARTMENTS 46 — 7 2-ROOM FURNISHED APT. — All utilities. 165 E. Penning Ave., Wood River. $12.50 week. 46 — 7 2 ROOM — Furnished apt. Adults only. 3121 College. 462-5083. 46 — 7 2-ROOM EFFICIENCY apartment. Bath, garage, private entrance, 1st floor, rent $60 month, with all utll- tles furnished, 208 S. 9th St.. Wood River. To Inspect, dial 254-3893 evenings: 254-7748. 46—11 2 ROOMS—Furnished, modern, paneled kitchen. Private bath & entrance. Utilities. Adults. 1213 W. 9th. 46 — 10-7 2 FURNISHED ROOMS — Main floor, private bath. Entrance. 224 Lorena. Wood River. 46 — TF 2 ROOM—Nicely furnished apti. All utilities paid. HO 5-7331. 46 — 6 3 ROOM — Upstairs furnished apt. Very nice. Private entrance and bath. Gas heat, garage. Nice yard. Roxana. 259-6437. 46 — 6 — , 3 ROOM—Furnished apartment. For adults. 158 7th St., Wood River. 46 — 9 3 ROOMS—Neat, clean, private entrance. 1st floor. Water furnished. Wood River. $14 weekly. 259-2845. 46 — 7 — 3 FURNISHED ROOMS—CL 4-2105. 46 — 7 3 ROOM EFFICIENCY—Built-in dinette and kitchenette. Heat and water furnished. Off street parking. Call 462-0848. 46 — 18 3-ROOM MODERN — Private. 709 Henry. 46 — 10/10 • 3 ROOM—Modern furnished apt. Gas heat. For couple. 820 E. 6th St. 46 — 7 : 3 ROOM FURNISHED APT. — Private entrance. Water furnished. CL 4-9529. 46 — 7 4 ROOM BASEMENT APT. FOR RENT—$60 month. HO 2-4627. 46 — 9/26 4 ROOM BRICK APT.—Nicely furnished. Adults only. 523 So. Central. Roxana. 46 — 12 CHILD WELCOME — 2 apts. available. 3-room and 2-room furnished, utilities paid. HO 2-2994. 46 — 7 DOWNTOWN ALTON—2 large nicely furnished rooms. Private bath. Utilities paid. Must be seen. $45. 307 Carrol 46 — 6 FOR RENT—Furnished apartment. 3 rooms plus sun porch, first floor. Close to SIU, and bus line, furnished. Includes utilities. 462-2712 after 5 p.m.. only. 46 — 6 FOR RENT — 3 large furnished rooms and bath. Private entrance. CL 4-1598. 46 — 11 - _ FOR RENT—Furnished apt. 3 rooms on first floor. 2835 viewland Ave., Alton. 48 — 6 ___ FIRST TIME ADVERTISED 4 room furnished apt. Completely private. Adults. $90. 466-3943 46 — 12 — FURNISHED APT.—Near bus stop. Utilities furnished, 807 E. 5th. Reasonable. Adults. 46 — 12 — IT'S A GOOD LIFE AT WASHINGTON MANOR APTS. 705 WASHINGTON AVE. SPACIOUS 2 BEDROOMS — NEW KITCHENS, BATHS, GAS HEATING. $110, ALSO FURNISHED, .$135. INSPECT TODAY OR PHONE MR. CAL, 465-2145. 46 - 7 '.-.. LARGE LIVIIG ROOM-BEDROOM COMBINATION—Private entrance. Kitchen privileges If desired. Ph. HO 2-5394 after 4 p.m. Sat.. 8 a.m. to a p.m. 46 — 9/l« _ MOTEL APTS. TV, TELEPHONE—Air conditioned. By day.or week, Near Industries. Hartford. CL 4-6224. 46 — 11 —— NEAR BUS STOP—Utilities furnished, 807 E. 5th. Reasonable, Nice. Adults. 46 — 7 -...—. ROOM FOR RENT—Ideal for lady. Call HO 2-6079 after 5 p.m. 46 — 12 — ROSEWOOD HTS. - 3 nice large rooms, boat and water furnished. $85 mo. 259-1223. 46 — 6 —— 1 WOOD RIVER—Tlpton Ave. Very nice 3 room apt. Gas heat, full basement and garage. Adults only. CL 4-7454. 46 — 6 — 212 S. CENTRAL—Rcxana. 3-room modern garage apartment, new gas furnace. HO 2-1075 or CL 4-6565. 46 — 10/9 ——• — 617 BOND ST.—3 furnished rooms. Utilities furnished. Adults. $48 month. H'R HKNI i 47 — , — — J-BEDROOM MODERN HOUSE — Large lot. Basement. 2513 N. Rodgers. HO 2-5672 after 5 p.m. 47 — 6 . — J ROOM HOUSE—2707 North 3t. HO 2-4708. Call after 5.

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