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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVENTEEN New* of Grains Futures Firmer CHICAGO (AP)-The grain futures market developed a little firmness In spots in the early afternoon today'but prices were mostly a little easier on the Board of Trade. September wheat was up a major fraction after having been under moderate selling pressure earlier. Other grains also recovered somewhat from early declines but September soybeans showed little sign of a rally. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 17 cars, corn 290, oats 18, rye none, barley 20, soybeans 12. CHICAGO (AP) - No wheat, oats or soybean sales. Corn No 1 yellow 1.35%; No 2 yellow 1.34%35%. Soybean oil 8 n. Prev. High Low Close close Wheat Sep Dec Mar May Jul 1964 Sep Corn Dec Mai- May Ju) Oats Sep Dec Mar May Rye Sep Dec Mar May Jul 1.84% 1.82% 1.84% 1.83% 1.89% 1.88% 1.89% 1.89% 1.91V4 1.90% 1.91V2 1.911/4 1.86% 1.86% 1.85% 1.87 1.58% 1.57% 1.58% 1.58% 1.60% 1.59% 1.60% 1.60% 1.12% 1.12% 1.12% 1.12% 1.15% 1.15% 1.15% 1.15% 1.17% 1.17% 1.17% 1.17% 1.19% 1.19% 1.19% 1.19% .65% .68% .70% .70% .65% .65% .65% .68% .68% .68% .70 .70 .70% .70 .70 .70% 1.30% 1.28% 1.29% 1.29% 1.35% 1.33% 1.35% 1.34% 1.37% 1.36% 1.37 1.36% 1.36% 1.35% 1.36% 1.36% 1.31% 1.31% 1,31% 1.31% Soybeans Sep 2.55% 2.54 2.54 2.56 Nov 2.53% 2.52% 2.52% 2.53% Jan 2.57 2.56 2.56% 2.57% Mar 2.60% 2.59% 2.59% 2.60% tMay 2.62% 2.61% 2.61% 2.63 Jut 2.64% 2.62% 2.62% 2.63% Aug 2.62% 2.60% 2.60% 2.62 Produce Prices At East St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP)—Eggs and live poultry. Eggs, consumer grades, A large 39-40, A medium 34-36, A small 1820, B large 33-34; wholesale grades, standards 32-33, unclassified 24-26, checks 18-22. Hens, heavy, 15-16, light over 5 !b 8-9, under 5 Ib 6%-7%, broilers and fryers 15%-16%. At St. Louis Livestock Prices NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) — (USDA) — Hoys 12,000; rather slow; barrows and gilts steady to 15 lower than Friday's average; sows little change; mixed 1-3 190-260 Ibs barrows and gilts 15.85-16.25; sows 1-3 275-600 Ibs 13.00-15.35. Cattle 6,000; calves 300; slaugh ter steers under 1,100 Ibs and heif ers fairly active steady; steers over 1,100 Ibs slow not fully established; cows and bulls fairly active steady; good and choice steers 23.50-25.00; good and choice heifers 2.250-24.00; utility and commercial cows 13.50-16.00; utility and commercial bulls 16.5018.50; vealers fairly active steady, good to choice vealers 22.00-30.00. Sheep 1,700; lambs open barely steady to weak; slaughter ewes unchanged; good to prime lambs 18.50-21.00; ewes cull to good shorn 5.00-75. Fliers Plan Meet PORT MORESBY — A reunion is planned in New Guinea by men who flew there during World War II. HAD ENOUGH? Guff from the boss? Want to be on your own — but not alone? Diversified opportunities in your own business with continuing local help of national marketing organization. Write or call. E. F. HAMEL, Area Director 108 Dewey Drive Oollliuville, III. 845-0032 Prices on 16 Mutual Funds Affil. Fund 8.49 9.18 Broad St 14.78 15.98 Bullock 14.06 15.41 Capit. Shrs 12.24 13.41 Divid Shrs 3.57 3.91 Fid. Cap 9.44 10.26 Fid. Fund 16.91 18.28 Fid. Tr 15.62 16.98 Fund Inv 10.27 1125 Keystone K-2 .... 5.46 5.96 Keystone S-4 .... 4.44 4.85 Mass. Tr 15.62 17.07 Mass. Grth 8.64 9.44 Nation W. Sec. .. 23.29 25.20 Nat. Inves 16.11 17.42 Tevev. El. ...... 7.71 8.40 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. quotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook & Co., from its Alton office. (The New York Exchange closes at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 123%, Gen. Motors 76%, ranite City Steel 28 7 / 8 , Olin Mathieson Chem. 42%, Owens- Illinois 80%, Shell Oil 47V 2 , Sinclair Oil 47%, Socony 11%, Standard Oil (Ind.) 65, Standard Oil (NJ) 70%, U. S. Steel 55V 2 , Sears 96%. News of Stocks Market Scrambled NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market put on a scrambled pcr- 'ormance late this afternoon with steels higher and rails weak. Trading was fairly active. Volume for the day was estimated at 5.2 million shares compared with 7.2 million Friday. Gains and losses of most key stocks ranged from fractions to around a point. Steels, buoyed by reports of increasing orders, moved up moderately. U.S. Steel added a full [joint. Other leaders gained fractions. Losses deepened among the rajls as trading wore on. Down a point or more were Chicago & North Western, Illinois Central and Southern Railway. The more speculative issues were in the trading limelight and Control Data—down more than 5 —looked like the day's most active stock as it encountered profit taking. U.S. Smelting, up more lhan 4, also was heavily traded. Parke, Davis advanced more than 2. High Voltage Engineering and Electronic Specialty gained more than a point each. Electronic Associates was an active loser, dropping 3. Xerox rose about 4. Ford, up a point, touched a new high while other motors were narrowly mixed. Prices moved irregularly on the American Stock Exchange. Corporate bonds edged lower. U.S. government bonds showed little change. Go to Maine SOUTH ROXANA—Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Heidorn, formerly of Champaign, were guests at a faculty tea today at the University of Maine, where he will teach in (he political science department. Dr. Heidorn completed his work for his Ph. D. this summer at the University of Illinois. Mrs. Heidorn, the former Miss Patricia Ellis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyold Ellis of South Roxana, resigned her position from the University Art and Architecture library where she has been em ployed the past three years. The couple visited Mr. and Mrs. Ellis before departing for Orono, Maine, where they will reside. APPROPRIATE BOOK AIR FORCE ACADEMY, (AP) —The oldest volume in the U.S. Air Force Academy library is the "Book of Falconrie or Hawking,' by George Turbeville, printed in 1611. The falcon is the academy mascot and its athletic teams are called Falcons. ' HAPPY BIRTHDAY MIAMI (AP) — Mayor Robert King High had such a good time at the city's recent 67th birthday party he said he would Jike to have it become an annual affair. A block-long cake, with sparklers instead of candles, was baked for the downtown celebration. OWN YOUR SHARE OF AMERICAN BUSINESS We have helped many new and old investors 'Mlwt • Mutual Fund best suited for their needs. Large and small investors welcome. Strving Alton Investors /or Ovw 31 rear* NBWHARD, COOK 6? Co,- MIMMM NIW YORK eTOCK ««HAN«i |M fir* WattwuU Buk MMv-OHM no*) 10. Mm B. 5HULT1 JOHN B. GRBINWOOO tMidcBt Minn* *»|UtWid Rtpienntitivt Our Oltice It Open Saturday Mornings Telegraph Reports News of Business, Industry in Area Observe National Home Week Madison County Home Builders Assn. is observing National Home Week from Sept. 8-15 with its members showing new homes in the area throughout the week. Also, the group is marking the week with special advertisements in the county newspapers, reports John Storey, president. As National Home Week gets underway families in the market for a new home will find 1963 a banner year, says FHO Commissioner, P. N. Brownstein. "Several factors have combined to make 1963 an opportune year for home buyers. Mortgage money is at a peak, liberal financing terms readily are available to qualified purchasers, and the housing market, while active has achieved relative supply and demand balance. These considerations, of course, all work to the advantage of the buyer. "A bumper crop of high quality homes designed to meet a variety of needs and preferences of new home seekers is available. Competition among home builders is stronger today than ever before and there is great progress in improving building materials and techniques, in developing new home products, and in evolving better design." Families interested in getting the most value for their housing dollars should look for the Home Builders Assn. Symbol on a home which means the house offers jjood design and planning features which provide for oetter, happier family living. Garage Owners Hold Clinic Following a banquet at Lewis and Clark Restaurant Thursday night, the Independent Garage Owners of Southern Illinois, were presented a clinic on technical automobile information. Paul Morgan, chief field engineer for Seal Power Corp., Muskegon, Mich., conducted the clinic. Over 100 area members of the Independent Garage Owners attended. Larry Goddard of Springfield, executive director of the state organization, emphasized the importance of garage owners working together in such a group. President of the Southern Illinois region of the organization, Ed Bruns, of Belleville, served as master of ceremonies for the meeting. Announcement was made of plans for the group's national convention in 1964 to coincide with the Memorial Day 500-mile race at Indianapolis, Ind., reported Martin Leimbach, state president of the organization. Leimbach said a block of tickets has been ordered and reservations must be made. Moores Win Vacation Mr. and Mrs. Ben O. Moore of the S. L. Moore Insurance Agency, have earned a three day vacation at a new resort near Chicago. Expenses will be paid by one of the Moore agency's insurance companies, Trinity University, which sponsored a selling contest in the state of Illinois. The Moores will be entertained at the recently opened Pheasant Run Lodge, September 11-13. Olin Names Middlebrook Robert W. Middlebrook has been appointed a corporate vice president of Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. He will be responsible for operations of its International Division and will report to Richard M. Furlaud, corporate vice president and general manager of the International Division. Middlebrook formerly was vice president and director of Pfizer International and area manager in charge of Far East operations. From 1942 to 1944 he was United States vice consul in Calcutta. He will assist Furlaud and will be directly responsible for financial operations. His headquarters will be at 460 Park Avenue, New York City. Middlebrook is a graduate of Princeton University and hold a law degree from Columbia University Law School. Jun Receives Citation Thomas C. Jun, National Home Builder-Dealer in Villa Marie subdivision has been awarded the Parent's Magaizne Special Citation for building and displaying the Parent's Magazine Blue Star Home for 1963. This special award home is designed to serve needs of families with children. Features of this new two- story bungalow include four bedrooms, two baths, a family room plus a bonus room which can serve as a "Mother's Den". The new home is currently open for inspection in the Villa Marie Subdivision located on the east side of North Humbert Road just two blocks from the Monticello Plaza shopping center, Godfrey. Olin Gels Contract A $4,303,628 U. S. Army contract has been awarded Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation by the Ammunition and Procurement Supply Agency of Joliet, for the continued production of miscellaneous propellent charges and 105 MM shell liners, U. S. Representative John V. Lindsay (R(-N.Y.) announced. The contract specifically covers operations at the Indiana Ordance Plant, Charlestown, Ind., to help meet the requirements of the Army, Navy and Air Force, according to Col. C. L. Ogden, the plant's commanding officer. The propellants and shell liners are being produced by Olin's Associated Products operations, which also manufactures at various other plants industrial safety flares, smokeless ball powder, jet aircraft starter cartridges, solid propellants, gas generators for auxiliary power systems and others, Piasa Savings Stresses Community Service Ads A special community - service advertising campaign has been inaugurated by Piasa First Federal Savings and Loan Association in the Alton Telegraph. The series of advertisements seeks to emphasize the role of business and industry in the community, according to Robert DeGrand, Vice-President of Piasa. Alton - based companies are featured and their contributions to the community stressed. DeGrand emphasized that the purpose of this series was to remind Alton residents that their city is a community of industries serving the vital interests of all citizens. As an example, ads note the fact that each 100 new manufacturing jobs adds 65 more service jobs to Alton's working force. Thus as an Alton business or industry grows it adds much more to the Alton economy than its own increase in manpower. As a result of this series, Piasa has received many congratulatory letters from business and civic leaders. Hemphill Sales For Week Listed The Harry F. Hemphill Agency today announced last eek's real estate sales made y the agency. For Mr. and Mrs. Edward Arlan's Second Quarter Sales At Record High NEW YORK r- Arlan's Dept. Stores, Inc., listed last month on the New Yftpk Stock Exchange, reported today that sales and earnings for the second quarter ended July 27, Jfl63, were the highest for any second quarter in the Company's history. Arlan's Dept. Stores, Inc., currently operating thirty - eight stores -in thirty - one cities, prin cipally in the Middle Western and New England States, recently opened a new store in East Alton. Harold Hubei 8th in Sales Of UF, Inc. Harold G. Huber, 2502 N. Rodg ere, was 'eighth during the mont of July in sales ol United Func Inc., in the nationwide Waddell Reed organization, according t George H. Myers, regional vice president and sales manager. Huber is a sales representativ under Karl E. Forwalder, divis ionai manager. AMSTERDAM-Dutch college will step up research. Jaker, the four-room home at 431 Agnes St., was sold to Mr. nd Mrs. Millard Dale Milligan. The four-room home at 3524 iscar St., was sold to Mr. and /Irs. Clifton E. Newcomb Jr. nd Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. pringman, respectively. This ome was previously owned by 4r. and Mrs. Edwin F. Jewell. For Madison County First Federal Savings and Loan Assn. f Granite City, the four-room ome at 412 Job St., East Alton, vas sold to Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Senkpeil. The five-room home at No. 1 Grovelin Ave., Godfrey, was sold or Mrs. Charles Kay to Mr. and /Irs. Vernon F. Plager. For Mr. and Mrs. William Dover, the four-room home at 125 Canterbury St., Bethalto, vas sold to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Dover have taken up residence in ''ieldon. The five-room home at 104 W. Sixth St., Hartford, was sold or Mrs, Ruth Newman to Mr. and Mrs. Fountain D. Crum. Ninth Boston Area Slaying Is Reported SALEM, .Mass. (AP)—The ninth n the series of unsolved stran- *lings of women in Greater Bos :on in the last 15 months has revived the fear that had subsided since the last such slaying in De lember, 1962. The latest victim was Mrs. Eve yn Corbin, a blonde divorcee who lived alone, A year ago, women in Boston and surrounding communities ived in fear of the killer or killers responsible for the mysterious slayings. Doors and windows were kept securely bolted. Police warned vomen, especially those living ilone, against letting strangers nto their apartments. Since last December there had been no slayings that appeared inked lo the earlier series until Sunday when the body of Mrs. lorbin, who observed her 51st birthday Friday, was found sprawled across a bed in her apartment. A medical examiner said she vas strangled by two mismatched lylon stockings found wrapped around her neck. Another nylon stocking was wrapped around her ankle and two others were cut up on the bed. Sunny, Mild Weather \ Hits Illinois By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Illinois had sunny and mild weather again today. The Weather Bureau said the pattern set during the weekend probably will continue through most of this week. Extensive early morning fog vaporated as the sun pushed temperatures toward the high 70s and low 80s in the northern hall of the state, and toward the low 90s in the extreme south. There were occasional low-lying areas of zero visibility in the northern and southwestern sectors at the height of the fog. It had mostly disappeared by the morn Ing rush hour. Afternoon temperatures peaks Sunday ranged from 79 in the Dubuque area to 88 around Belleville and Vandalia. Overnight lows ranged from 54 at Vandalia to 64 around Paducah. The mercury barely budged Chicago's lakefront, from a 69 high to a 64 low. New York City Teachers Sign New Contract NEW YORK (AP) - Public school teachers called off their threatened strike Sunday night and approved a new contract which included pay increases. More than a million pupils started the fall term in New York City's 850 public schools today. The United Federation of Teachers, AFL - CIO, reached agreement with the Board of Education. About 8,500 teachers voiced approval of the settlement. The settlement was proposed by a three-man mediation panel set up by Mayor Robert F. Wagner on Friday. Before the agreement, union president Charles Cogen had said the teachers would picket the schools in defiance of a State Supreme Court order obtained by the city and despite a state law which forbids strikes by public employes. The teachers' new two-year contract will give most of them $580 more during the pact period Salaries now range from $5,300 to $10,455. Although the minimum salary under the contract will remain the same, the maximum will go to $11,025 on July 1, 1964 In addition to salary increases, the contract limits class sizes, sets up improved grievance procedures, and establishes a continuing committee of school and union representatives to consider such matters as recruiting teachers and improving school conditions. Red China Criticizes Khrushchev ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONALS 7 — 10/1 LICENSED DETECTIVE — L«gal photography. W. E. Burt. 2006 Washington Ave.. Alton. •W5-7350. ft Ml'MMAGE * PASTRY SALES 8 _ 10-12- RUMMAGE SALE 17H Washington. Monday thru. Saturday and Friday nisht til 9. 8 — 11 Electricity From Husks COLUMBUS, Ohio UP) — A portable electric generator that could be fueled by materials ranging from coal to cornhusks is being developed by researchers at Battelle Memorial Institute. The biggest problem facing the project's sponsor, the U. S. Army Electronics Research and Development Laboratory, is to develop a multifueled heat source capable of being coupled to a thermal energy converter delivering 150 watts of electrical power. The fuel could be wood, coal, charcoal, grain, husks, grass or animal dung. Herbert R. Hazard, coordinator of energy conversion at Battelle, said the proposed unit should be compact and simply designed. He noted that such a device would be extremely valuable to either military or Peace Corps personnel in isolated areas. TOKYO (AP) - Rrd China today aratsed Premipr Khrushchev and other Soviet leaders of picking "up Ihp spittle" of the United Statrs to attack he Chinese Communist party. It said Khrushchev and others had "sunk to surh depths" they do not hesitate! o lie to the Russian people. The Chinese also accused the Russians of quoting Peking out of context in an effort to prove Red China has a "war itch." They denied Soviet charges that they would promote revolution by a world war. "Khrushchev and company lave become so shameless as to pick up the spittle of U.S. imperialism and undisgulsedly use the lies invented by the United States to snarl at the great, Marxist-Lenis Communis party of China," Peking said. The new outburst in the word battle between the two Communist giants appeared ir. an article in the theoretical journal Red Flag. The text of the article was broadcast by the New China News Agency. Castro Sees Goldwater as Candidate HAVANA (AP)-Prime Minister Fidel Castro predicts the 1964 presidential election will pit President Kennedy against Republican Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona —"both cheap and crooked politicians." "We have heard Goldwater is tough," said Castro in an impromptu interview at a Brazilian Embassy reception this weekend. "Well, if he is elected Ite him try his tough policies on Cuba. We will know how to defend ourselves and we will not be afraid to face him." Castro said he expected no change in U.S. foreign policy if there is a change in administrations. Goldwater has been an outspoken critic of Kennedy's Cuban policy. Last week he called on the Senate not to ratify the limit- RUMMAGE SALE and Flea Market. Montlcello Plaza. September 12 & 13, IflM. f» 'til 3 p.m. Clothes, furniture, books and Jewelry. • SOCIETIES and LODGES 9 _ 9 ALTON SHRINE CLUB REGULAR MEETING—TUBS., Sept. 10, 7:30 p.m. Franklin Masonic Temple. Fall activities schedule. Please attend. Refreshments. H.L. Ball. President 9 — 1 EMPLOYMENT I* HELP WANTED — FEMALB 18 18- APPLICATIONS WANTED For Waitresses and kitchen hslp. Apply between 2 and 4. Garden g«« Steak House 42 W. Ferguson, wood River. 18 — 18- BABYSITTER On weekends, for FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 25 AF & AM. Special meeting. Tuesday. September 10, 7 p.m. Practice In all degrees. Officers expected. Members Invited. Visiting brethren welcome. Wayne H. Harper, W. M. 9 _ 10- — PIASA LODGE NO. 27 AF & AM- Speclal meeting Tuesday September 9th. 7:30 p.m., work In F. C. degree visiting brethren welcome. Leo L. Larsh. W. M. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10 — 11 LOST — Blond Pekingese dog, 1 year old, answers to name Susie, $25 reward, 254-9422. 10 — 10 — LOST — Female beasle puppy. 5 mos. old. Godfrey area. Child's pet. 466-4719. 10 — 14 2 small children. 3 years and 7 months. 254-072.1. IQ Tpj-iur --- " ' "' '' ' BABYSITTER — straight days In our home, Middletown location. — 405-1022. BA¥YSITTER—Must stay. 466-2300. FR^E! 1 EXCITING NEW l«n sample album 'Name imprinted Christmas Cards! Run spare time greeting card, gift shop at home. Invite friends, take orders, earn up to 1007. profit. Experience unnecessary Fund raising plans for organizations. Rush name for free album, other samples on approval. Regal Greetings, Dept. 314, Ferndale, Michigan. 18 — 10 ' l1 "-' KELLY GIRL IS COMING NATION'S LARGEST TEMPORARY OFFICE SERVICE Will have a registration center In your area this week. If you have had experience you can work as much or as little M you wish. Never a fee. Come in and register between the houri uf 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. OH Wednesday, September 11. KELLY GIRL SERVICE, INC. Alton Interview Center Alton Y.W.C.A. 304 E. 3rd Street S12 Olive St. Louis, Missouri GA 1-4111 18 — 10 —— — WANTED — Middle age lady to babysit 5 days weekly, shift work, 466-1165. 18 —— [Q WOMAN — TO stay at night and, breakfast. 466-3717 LOST — $500 in vicinity between Acord Music Store and Wood River Savings and Loan or possibly in the curb parking area of East Alton Bank. About 5 p.m. Friday, September 6. Will finder please call CL 4-7641 New phone number starting Sunday 254-1258. Reward! to — n LOST IN MOVING — Large box of table cloths & aprons. Reward. 462 0550. 10 — 9— • • LOST — Treeing walker, female near Pralrietown, Leslie Lawrence Worden, 111. 10 — 9- LOST — Monkey, will Identify, — 462-3400. 10 — 10 LOST — Pr. prescription ground sunglasses, brown case. 462-2422. 10 — 9 19 HELP WTD.. Male * Female 19 — 9 • COUPLE—For apartment management. Must be experienced In maintenance and general repairs. Good pay with apartment. Box 1140, in care of the Alton Evening Telegraph. EXPERIENCED COOK — Apply Manager Hotel Stratford. EXPERIENCED PRESSER — Wool or silk. Apply personally, no phone calls. Pitman's Cleaners, Montl- cello Plaza. 19 — 9 MAN OR WOMAN—To care for elderly man. 8 to 4:30 p.m. or to stay. DU 4-4312. SALESLADIES HONG KONG-Apartment builders in Hong Kong say they will never want for tenants. ed nuclear test ban treay unless the Soviet Union agrees to pull all its forces off the island. LOST—In 500 block Belle St. Black short hair female dog, grey around muzzle. Wearing harness. Under Vet's care. If doesn't receive rnedi- cine, will die. Call DU 4-9400 or FR 2-3588. 10 — 9 LOST—One ear ring, vicinity of Stratford Hotel, Saturday, August 24. Four pronged silver and rhlne- stone Sentimental value. Reward. 466-2234. Safekeeping Dangerous PARfS—French police are looking for two men who rob homes by calling to warn people that they are to be burglarized and then coming to the house to pick up valuables "for safe keeping at the police station." SINGAPORE — Recent income tax revisions in Singapore have caused a slowdown in production by workers taxed the most. NOTICES 11 11 — 11 FOR WATKINS September bargains on vitamins, cosmetic creams and housecleaning specials, call 466-1814 or 465-6763. 11 -- 9 NOTICE—604 Belle St. is available for rummage sales. Call 465-9633. 11 — 10 NOTICE — From this day forward I will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Otis L. Rayphole 316 Picker, Wood River 9-6-63 1IA 19 A — 11 — A FULL TIME SALES—Opportunity for aggressive woman who needs 4 wants to earn above average income. Phone 254-8138 for your confidential interview. 19A — 10 — $.$$ CAN BE YOURS A few hours spent in friendly conversation, showing Avon will provide a good income. Write: Avon Cosmetics, 3025 Wayne Avenue, Granite City, Illinois or phone TRiangle 6-5468 after 5 p.m. 19A — 9-11-16-18 • DO YOU NEED EXTRA MONEY? —$75.00 yours for selling only 100 Pearl Splendor Christmas Card assortments, 532.50 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 — 9- • MAKE $75 to $175 CASH — with the most beautiful Christmas Cards in the South! Exquisite personalized, Religious greetings, profitable money-makers. Write for amazing gift offer; Sample Outfit on approval. Southern Greetings, 478 No. Hollywood, Dept. 129, Memphis 12. Tenn. EDUCATIONAL Graham Ends Record Revival Campaign LOS ANGELES (AP) - Evangelist Billy Graham, ending his most successful U.S. crusade, told what was perhaps the largest U.S. religious gathering in history: "If we are to survive as a naton, we must go back to the faith of our fathers." Around him in Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Sunday night —filling every seat and spreading a carpet of humanity across the football field — was a throng counted by the Graham group at 134,254. Outside the gates, police were turning away another 20,000 persons. It was the largest crowd ever to attend a Graham meeting in this country, and eclipsed the figure previously claimed as the greatest single U.S. religious meeting—the 12,814 who attended a Jehovah's Witnesses convention Aug. 2, 1958, in New York's Yankee Stadium. While Graham was attracting a ;reat throng to the Coliseum, in nearby Pasadena the Jehovah's witnesses everlasting good news assembly gathered a crowd of 18,447—an all-time record there —into the Rose Bosvl for their aft- •rnoon meeting, and another 85,024 Sunday night. SPORTSMAN'S Il.,..|< PLUG OR BASS BUG TRICK Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily "DANCE" LURE WATER AT DAWN OR DUSK, DURINO HOT WEATHER, BASS MOVE TOWARD SHORE'S SHALLOWS TO FEED—OFTEN BESIDB FALLEN TREES, BRUSH, OR REEDS. II* REPEtfTBP CASTS PONT MAK« FISH 8TRIKS, TRY THIS: CAST BEYOND AN OVBBHAN6- INS, SMALL LI/VNB SO LINE DRAPES OVER THE LIMB. THEM RETRIEVE SURFACE LURE UNTIL IT BEGINS TO »CLIMB" OUT OF THE WATER. NOW LET THE LURE DANGLE FROM THE LIMB. AND •PANCJ6" IT ON THE tVATBfl. USE A LEADER TB8TIN6 Iff 199. OR MORE TO "SNUB* HIM WITH MOP HI6H SO A STRIKIHfl I»«H TMKMHIM OUT MT9 THi OFfN. ANNOUNCEMENTS CARD OF THANKS EDITH COMBS — We would like to take this means of thanking all of our friends, relatives and neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Also all those who sent cards, flowers, food or assisted in any and every way. Daughter, Ollle, Son, George. GEORGE STINSON — We would like to take this means of thank- Ing all our friends, relatives and neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Especially Marks Mortuary, Rev. George Dougherty, pallbearers, those who sent cards, flowers, food, helped or assisted In any and every way. Wife & Children. — 9- .UCRETIA M. HICKS — We would like to take this means of thank- Ing all our friends, relatives, and neighbors, who were so kind during our recent bereavement, especially Mrs. Patricia Mclvers, the Rev. Father Peradotto and the Rev. James J. Haggerty, Gent Funeral Home, pallbearers, and those who sent flowers, cards and food and assisted In any way. Sadly missed, Children and Sisters. IN LOVING MEMORY — 9- n loving remembrance of Henry F. Rathert who passed away 1 year ago, September 9th, 1962— Though your smile Is gone forever and your hand I cannot touch. I shall never lose sweet memory of the one I loved so much. Every hour I sadly miss you, Sadly do / feel my loss. Lonely Is my home without you, God help me to bear my cross. Sadly missed by his wife Martha 12A INSTRUCTIONS 12A — TF Mon. thru Frl. IBM 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 1-1197 or OL 2-5454 12A — 11 WOMEN — MEN SECURE YOUR FUTURE NOW — 17 OR OVER, 8TH GRADE OR BETTER., HS OR EQUIVALENT. WHERE WILL U B IN 3 WKS? NO JOB? NO EXPERIENCE? HERE'S HOW OTHERS DID IT LEARN IBM KEY PUNCH; NCR BOOKKEEPING MACHINE; GRO. CHECKER-CASHIER-STOCKMAN SUPERMARKET TRAINING SALARIES TO OVER $100 WK. I N D I V I DUAL INSTRUCTIONS TRAINING TO PROFICIENCY FREE APTITUDE TEST. FREE QUALIFICATION TEST, FREE DEMONSTRATION & TRIAL TUITION LOANS ARRANGED INTERVIEW NO OBLIGATION — LOCAL COUNSELOR 254-9658. WORLD WIDE SCHOOL 812 OLIVE. ST. LOUIS, MO. PARK FREE IH _ 9 RIDERS WANTED — Ride to Barnes Hospital, starting 8 a.m.. HO 2-1968. EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE 17 — 9- AN ACCOUNTANT TRAINEE—$400 monthly, wholesale sales. $425 monthly, labor credit manager, manager trainee, salesman, American Employment, 726 E. Broadway. 17 — 9 CHRISTIAN MAN — needed. Full or part-time — lifetime security. Experience Sunday School, ministry helpful. Earn $100 weekly and up. No competition. Write John Rudin Co., 22 West Madison St., Chicago 2, HI. 17 — 13 PART TIME and FULL TIME help needed immediately. Inquire 701 Henry St. SALESMEN 20 20 — 10 —— — MEN FOR FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT $105.00 PER WEEK SALARY PLUS BONUS One of the fastest progressive companies in its field will have a representative Interviewing men who hold the following qualifications: 1. Ages 21 to 40. 2. Own automobiles in good condition. 3. Willing to travel Monday through Friday. Home on weekends. 4. High school education. 5. Available for immediate employment. No experience necessary. Thorough training is given by company and pay begins with training. Apply in Person to Mr. W. W. Kuhn Company Representative 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Wednesday, September llth Illinois State Employment Office 1719 Washington Avenue Alton, Illinois 20 — 10- 17A EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 17A — 9 ROUTE MAN — 21-40 With CM. 60 stops per day. $100 per week. Write Box 8242 College Station, St. Louis. Mo. 63156. 20 — 11 — SALESMEN Take 5 A five minute telephone call is all it takes to see if you meet our qualifications. 5 reasons why it will be worth your time: 1. Immediate earnings from $500 to $900 per month. 2. First year bonus over $2,000. 3. Complete training at company expense. 4. Product backed by extensive national & local advertising program. 5. International company, leads in its field. For appointment & confidential Interview call Mr. Fttzhugh at 254-8138 Monday through Thursday. 10 A.M. to 6 P.M 20 — 9 SALESMAN - MANAGER—For contact 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 unusual opportunity. Permanent and must have car. High commisslon-bonui arrangement with advancement opportunity. $125 weekly draw qualified man. Write Box 1120 care of Telegraph. MISC. FOR SALE ABLE CONSTRUCTION WORKERS —U. S. projects. All trades. Wilte Globe Application Service. Box 854, Baltimore 3, Md. 17A — 26 a 9 16. 23 MONUMENTS — CEM. LOTS 6 — WILL SACRIFICE 3 grave lots. Inquire at Valhalla. Price $400. Write Box 754, Qulncy, 111. PfiHSONAUS 7 — 10/8 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO S-1612. ___ "MiSC."'FOPTSALE~ FOREIGN EMPLOYMENT Informa- tioi.. Construction, other work projects. Good paying overseas jobs with extras, travel expenses. Write only: Foreign Service Bureau. Dept. 348, Bradenton Beach, Fla. Got a HOT HOUSE "COOL IT DOWN WITH INSULATION" MEDLOCK INSULATION 228 CURVEY. GODFREY 4M-5365 EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT Aluminum Siding Makes Old Homes New Guaranteed Satlnfatitiou. I YEARS TO PAY MIDLOCK INSULATION MS CURVEY, GODFREY 4M-KU PHARMACIST Good Salary — Pleatant Working Condition! — Vacation, Insurance Plan, Retirement Plan. Many Other Company Benefits, including Savings Plan. Gaten Drug-WiUhire Shopping Center- 649 Berkshire, Eatt Alton. Phont Ray Wahlbrlnk, 294*9668. t

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