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PAGE FORTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1963 CM Hopes to Shatter Jinx Held by Oilers BETHALTO — Wood River and The Oilers the Eaglos of I a winner. Civic Memorial's last of I and only victory camp in 1959 Civic Memorial meet for the;when the Eagles pulled off a 14-8 eighth time Friday night at 8 triumph. p.m. on the Bethalto field and On' Yocum's crew hopes to continue its mastery over its near- northern neighbor. In six of seven previous meetings beiween the two football teams Wood River has come awav. Last .year Wood River started n season-long Civic Mrmor- la! tnllsiiln with n 20-0 shutout. The Eagles finished the seiisnn with n 1-8 record while the Oilers ucre chiillting up a 4-5 mark. Civie Memorial, however, has one of its heaviest lines ever, one that averages 188 pounds from end to end. Wood River's line carries a gross average of 179 pounds. Dan-ell Nave and Earl Kibett are the only non-lettermen on the Eagle starting roster. Nave is a 150-pound senior left end and Kihett fills graduated fullback Roy Taylor's shoes. He is a 170- pound junior. Southwestern Plays Roxana in 7:30 Duel ROXANA.—Injury-plagued Roxana opens its season Friday night at 7:30 against Illinois Valley hopeful Southwestern on the Shell field. Mo Tschannen, new head coach of the Shells, has a long list of possible non-starters who have received minor injuries in grid practice. Tom Johnson, a 156-pound senior, and Larry Joiner, a 165-pound senior, are slated to start at the end posts but neither may be in the starting lineup. Joiner was hurt In practice Tuesday while Johnson Is recovering from a twisted knee suffered in last weekend's scrimmage. Keith Coleman, a 175-pound junior, will be their replacement, and, should neither be able to start, Tom Durham, a 185- pound senior, will move over from the left halfback spot to 1 one of the end positions. Don Witherow, a 160-pound junior, would then open in Durham's spot. Senior guard Ron Merkle broke his Irft ankle In the same scrimmage that sidelined Johnson and will bo lost to the Shells for the season. Southwestern, on the other hand, will be missing only senior tackle Ron Buettel. The 178- pound lettermen didn't report for practice until school started and won't be able to play until 14 days of practice have passed. He'll be ready next weekend. In his place, the Plasa Birds will start 263-pound sophomore Dave Lucker, who should be tho heaviest player on the field. Roxana has yet to lose to the Piasa Birds, defeating them 14-0 in 1961 and 12-6 last year. Southwestern (6-3) Roxana (4-4-1) " •— -- Johnson (155) Bryan (200) Keller (183) Burgess (155) Kindle (180) Crause (220) Joiner (155) Hamilton (150) Durham (185) Curry (150) Moxey (160) Campion (158) LE D. Duncan (170) LT Alward (160) LG Stewart (168) C Chlldress (160) RG Lucker (283) RT Meyer (165) RE S. Kahl (186) QB T. Kahl (160) LH B. Duncan (146) RH Skaggs (155) FB Skippers Enjoy Rest CHICAGO (AP) — Skippers in the International Star Class World's Championship Yacht Races enjoyed a day of rest in the week-long series today. A San Diego, Calif., yachtsman leads at this point. Marlin Burnham of San Diego finished eighth in Wednesday's test off Belmont Harbor to remain in top spot with 192 points. Joe Duplin, who finished 9th Dodgers Won't Fold Under Card Drive Three regular* from last year's Wood River team give The Oilers a backflcld advantage. Lee Davis starts at quarterback, Bob Fisher at right halfback and Joe Huff at fullback. Mike Grimsley, a 160- pound junior who didn'l letter a year ago. will open the season at left half. The Oilers have three non-let- terrnen in their line, Jewell Hand, a 180-pound junior, is at right guard, 205-pound junior Larry Kirkpatrick is at right tackle and 155-pound junior Mike Coulson at left end. The remainder of the line includes such mainstays as captain Bill Shortay, 175-pound senior, a right end, 170-pound senior Gary Griffith at left guard, 185-pound Terry Arnold at left tackle, and 185-pound senior Gary Wintjen a center. Civic Memorial Is already experiencing the Injury bug that plagued It last year. Two tackles have been Injured. Starting tackle Joe Ricci suffered a knee injury in practice and may miss the open- Ing game and Gene Manley la out for the season with a broken arm. Charles Kidd is the heaviest CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer The St. Louis Cardinals' Ray Sadecki and Ron Taylor combined for a five-hit, 4-0 job against the Chicago Cubs Wednesday night that kept second-place St. Louis three games behind the los Angeles Dodgers with their third straight shutout. The win extended the Cardinals' streak to five games while producing the 14th victory in the last 15 games. While the Cardinals kept up the pressure, some for Maury Wills the Dodgers applied against was runnerup with Wednesday, 185 points. Chicago' Dick Stearns, the defending International Star Class titleholder, won the third race in the series Wednesday by 48 seconds over Blair Fletcher of Collingswood, N.J. The victory gave Stearns sixth place in the standings with 169 points. Fletcher's second-place finish gave the Bamegat Bay sailor fifth spot with 171 points. In the overall standings Paul Fisher of Hamburg, Germany, has 182 points after finishing fourth Wednesday. Lowell North of San Diego is fourth with 179. He wound up 10th in the third race of the series. Pete Bennett of the San Diego fleet, who held third spot overall after the second race, fouled the turning mark the first time upwind and withdrew from Wednesday's test. MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Final Atlanta 5, Indianapolis 4, Indi- Pittsburgh, stroking four hits, starting three rallies and driving in two runs as Los Angeles maintained its grip on the top spot by belting the Pirates 9-4. In other NL action, Vada Pinson collected two homers, including his 1,000th major league hit, and Gordy Coleman hit a grand slam in Cincinnati's 14-3 thumping of Milwaukee, Houston's Dick Farrell four-hit Philadelphia 4-2 and the New York Mets defeated San Francisco 4-2. Sadecki, 9-8, started, against Cub ace Dick Ellsworth, 20-9, allowing o^ily four hits in 5 2-3 innings, but was bothered by periodic wildness and Manager Johnny Keane decided to bring in Taylor, Taylor allowed only a single the rest of the way. Wills led off the first and third innings for the Dodgers with singles and each time stole second and scored. Wills also drove in two of three Los Angeles runs in the fourth. Don Drysdale started for the Dodgers but gave way to Pete Richert, who in turn needed Ron Perranoski's relief help. Richert, tagged for a homer by Smoky Burgess, got the victory for a 4-1 record. Bob Veale, 2-2, took the loss. Jim Maloney won his 22nd game as the Reds pounded the Braves. The Colts won when rookie Jim Wynn hit a two-run homer that snapped a 2-2 tie against the Phillies. Sagle in the line at 240 pounds. Harold Whipple, 190-pound senior, mans the otoher tackle post. Mike Jattery and Charles Bennett will be at guards and Gary Willison is at center. Larry Nave, a 160-pound senior, begins his second year at quarterback and has Terry Miller, 160- pound senior, and Phil Diuguid, 155-pound junior, along with Ki- bett as running mates in the Bethalto backfield. Wood River (4-5) CM (1-8) Brighton Khoury League champions of Class D Division in Illinois, Kentucky and Missouri. In photo, front row, from left: Jack Rice, John Bott, Stan Watts, Mike Baker, David Poore and Larry Hughes. Standing, Gene Bott, manager, Vernon Davis, Danny Orban, Gary Watson, Loren Dunn, Dick Lister, Bill Richardson and Cliff Dawson, the latter two coaches. Charles Calms, Gary Lee and Kenny Jones were not present when photo was made. Yanks Are Rooting For Dodger Title Bi JIM BECKER Associated Press Sports Writer The New York Yankees are openly favoring the Los Angeles Dodgers for the National League battle for second place. Eddie Fisher went the distance for the White Sox against Baltimore, winning his eighth with a flag in the battle with the St. Louis Cardinals. They figure a World Series with the Dodgers will be worth some $6,000 a man more than one with the Cardinals. The arithmetic is Coulson (155) Arnold (185) Griffith (170) Wintjen (185) Hand (180) K'patrick (205) Shortal (175) Davis (175) Grimsley (160) Fisher (160) Huff (180) LE LT LG C RG RT RE QB LH RH FB A. Nave (ISO) Kidd (240) Hattery (180) Willison (200) Bennett (170) Whipple (190) Landreth (185) L. Nave (160) Miller (160) Diuguld (155) Kibett (170) anapolis ries 2-1 leads best-of-seven se- Spokane Evens Coast Playoffs SPOKANE (AP)-Third baseman John Werhas lofted a pair of long fly balls to center field Wednesday night to give the Spokane Indians a 3-2 edge over th Oklahoma City 89ers. The decision evened up the best of-seven series for the Pacifl Coast League baseball champion ship at one game each. Werhas brought home the win ning run in the bottom of the ninth with a blast that arched 370 feet and fell to the ground while the helpless 89ers looked on. They saved themselves the trouble o trying to catch it because with the bases loaded and only one out the run would have scored anyhow. Homeowners: Phone HO 2-9715 for a loan u $7500.00 ito The Mets got the job done against the Giants as Al Jackson pitched a seven-hitter and Tim Harkness cracked three singles. Wood River Braves Cain Midwest Title WOOD RIVER — The Wood River Braves won the Midwest Khoury League Championship b beating St. Ann, Mo. 9-7 in S Louis last weekend. This victory was the sevent straight in playoffs for the Braves having beaten the Wood River In dians 7-6, Venice 4-3, East St Louis 17-7, Springfield 7-6, Cahok t 6-5 and St. Louis 5-4. In the championship game the Braves took a 1-0 lead in the firs inning when both Greg Hertz and Bob Hertz walked, and after Blind Boivlers Meet Friday The Madison County Association of the Blind bowling team will meet a team from St. Louis, Lighthouse of the Blind, in a match Friday night at 7 o'clock at Acme Lanes. The Madison County team Is the Illinois state champion. Jack Reed is captain of the team. Other members are Sherman Bowen, Otto Wood, Ethel McGinnis and Louise Hessel. Coaches and scorers are John Hessel, Dick Combs, George Novotny and John Gools- simple. There' are some 55,000 seats in O'Malley's house in Los Angeles, and all within naked eye distance of home plate are called boxes, at $12 a copy. St. Louis has only 30,000 seats, few in the $12 class. The Yankees moved a step closer to their own annual American League pennant-clinching party by whipping the Kansas City Athletics 8-2 Wednesday night. Mickey Mantle smacked a three-run homer in the first inning and added a single and double. Whitey Ford won his 22nd game. Joe Pepitone also hit a two-run homer. The second-place Minnesota Twins also won, 9-3, over Cleveland. That left the magic number at three. In other AL action, the Chicag White Sox edged Baltimore 3-2 Washington trimmed Detroit 6-5 in 10 innings and Aubrey Gatewooc pitched a four-hitter in his majo three-hitter. Dave Nicholson hom- ered for the Sox. Camilo Carreon also homered. Dick Phillips led off the 10th inning with his 10th homer for the Washington victory. Dick McAuliffe homered for the Tigers. Gatewood, 25, a right-hander just up from Memphis, lost his shutout bid in the ninth when Dick Stuart tripled and scored on Russ Nixon's sacrifice fly. State Prep Teams Begin 1963 Season SPRINGFIELD, HI. (AP) — Eight northern Illinois high school teams make their debut as members of a new conference—the Upstate Eight—as gridders through- by. The public is invited to watch the games. league debut as the Los Angeles Angels defeated Boston 4-1. Harmon Killebrew hit his 38th homer—a grand slammer — am Earl Battey hit his 25th homer'as Minnesota stayed one-half game ahead of the White Sox in their one was out, Greg Hertz was caught trying to steal third with Bob Hertz moving to second and scoring on a single by Steve Gross. St. Ann took the lead in the third inning by scoring two runs. The Braves came back and scored four runs in the fourth for a 512 lead. Tom Pacatte delivered the key blow by hitting a single, driving in two runs. St. Ann team came back with single runs in each of the fiftii and sixth innings, but the Braves maintained the lead by scoring three runs in the sixth, featured Ripples™; and Outdoors with Harold Brand Unplanned Exhibition There is a right way and wrong way to giving a water skiing exhibition, and the wrong way can be quite painful as Lee Brooks, 3803 Aubin Ave., learned during a recent three - day trip to Ski Harbor near Osage Beach on the Lake of the Ozarks. "In fact, as a result I was >ainted with so much merthiolate hat my wife and companions ailed me Big Chief," Brooks aid. Brooks was water skiing and horsepower models range up to 100, making the widest range of horsepower offered by any firm in the industry. The new small fishing motor is light in weight, quiet in operation, a spokesman said. The motor has a full gear shift, no shear pin, rubber-cushion suspension and one - piece lower - unit housing with swept-back desig. out the state kick off the 1963 campaign this weekend. Backers of the new league expect it will rank with other top conferences in Illinois. Members of the new loop include Aurora East and Aurora West, formerly with the Big Eight. Other teams are Naperville, Wheaton, Elgin Central Elgin Larkin, De Kalb and Glenbard East. Newcomers to the Big Eight are Belvidere, Rockford Guilford and Harlem of Loves Park. Most prep teams will warm up against outside foes this week and next before stepping Into conference play. Ottawa places one of the state's longest winning streaks on the line Friday when it seeks victory No. 26 at the expense of La Salle-Peru. Aurora West clashes with St. Charles, Naperville takes on Downers Grove and Wheaton encounters Glenbard West. Rockford Auburn, only'one of Bowling BOWL ARENA Early Wed. Men's League Clark 213-206 (611); Awe 231, Rhoades 215 (600); Bunt 220, Robinson 215, Chaikowsky 215, Westfall 210, Napp 207, Autery 205 Ecces 204. Late Wed. Scratch League Bast 242-233 (667); Stade 215215 (6151; Liley 269, Laughlin 242 Sheets 242, Thomas 234, Graham 223, Travis 213, Bedwill 214 Smith 212. MPMB Onized Freeman 222-224 (636); Sigite 223, Gadel 223, Raplin 211, Donahue 204, Shive 194, Schneider 193, Daniels 192, Wilson 191, Fraak- ford 191. MPMA Onized Taylor 218, Kruse 214. Howell 211, Hassman 210, Kuckeberg 204, Krotz 203, Haugen 199, Smith 198. Fortschneider 197, Secon 195, Middendorf 195. Early Toes. Williams 190 (542); Breeden 198 (514); Ayres 191-191, Marquis 182182, Smith 182, Schaberg 179, Mudd 174, Sheets 169, Breeden 168, M. Sheets 166. Tuesday Late Shirley 184, Louvier 175, Mitchell 165, Griffin 161, Wainer 154, No Revolt Seen for E. Germany By JOHN 0. KOEHLER BERLIN (AP) —Dissatisfaction of the East German people with the Communist regime continues :o be widespread, but after a week behind the iron curtain this reporter found no evidence that new revolt is brewing. The morale of the people, despite tough political pressures and scarcity of certain essential food items, seemed higher than it was seven months ago when I last visited East Germany. Because of the unusually severe winter and its resulting serious fuel and food shortages, the people's mood then was explosive. But East Germany since has had a good harvest and there certainly are no shortages of such staples as bread and potatoes. On the other hand, butter continues to be expensive and short in supply — one hall pound being allotted per person every 10 days. Fresh meat also is scarce but all kinds of sausage were abundantly available. While complaints about food and other consumer goods have decreased since last winter, there is increased bitterness over political pressures. Factory workers, probably because of the forthcoming general election, are subjected to at least two political meetings a week. In a conversation with two ranking government officials, this correspondent invited them tongue- in-cheek to a dinner in West Berlin. Both avoided sayig that the Red wall dividing the city would prevent them. Instead, one answered this way: "I really have no desire to come to West Berlin. I get enough money and my wife gets enough money. We have a nice house near a :ake and we have a sailboat." The second official said some- tiling similar. Neither one said anything about being convinced Communists. ANNOUNCEMENTS NOTICES II 11 — 14 FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES NO. 2773—starting teen-*g« night September 16, 1963. Teen-age dance 7 to 10. Muilc by Pete Cattbir* Band. 11 — H i 1 „ NOTICE From this day forward I will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Dated this llth day of September 1963. DONALD E. MeGAUGHEY 212 Bethalto Blvd 11 J 0 " "'• RIDBRS 11A 11A — 14 RIDE WANTED from Montclalr to Jown'own Alton. Hours 8 to 5. 4 Bo-4 060, EDUCATIONAL J2A 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 I-1197 or OL 2-5454 14 JWUSIC. DANCINO. DRAMA P 2 IANO g LESSONS-Wood River area. EMPLOYMENT 17 _HELP WANTED-MALE ORDERLY NEEDED for shift work. St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr*. E. Reinhardt, Dlr. of Nursing Sen 465-8831 ext. 24. 17 — 13 RETIRED, experienced carpenter for part-time work. After 5. Call 254-2303. IS HELP WANTED — FEMALE River. IS — 14 BABYSITTER WANTED — In East Alton. Call 18 — 12 after S p.m. 239-890*. EXPERIENCED — Combination waitress and fry cook. Apply Friday morning after 9. The Luncheonette. 102 jx Ferguson. Wood River. EXPERIENCED HELP wanted at Wedge Cafe. Apply in person. E. Broadway, 18 — 12- 600 Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily ANNOUNCEMENTS Vogt 153, Mitchell 149, Helming 145, Nevins 143, Gross 143. lad made two runs on a slalom single) ski into a small cove vithout incident. On the third Borrow whatever you need to remodel... consolidate debts.. .pay doctor, dentist bills.. .any worthy purpose: Just give us a call for $1000, $3000, $5000 or more. CASH YOU GET $2000 $3000 $4000 $5000 $6000 MONTHLY PAYMENTS 24 $ 95.00 $142.50 $190.00 $237.50 — 36 $ 67.22 $100.84 $134.45 $168.05 — 48 $ 53.34 $ 80.00 $106.67 $133.33 — 60 $ 45.00 $ 67.50 $ 90.00 $112.50 $135.00 Abovt paynunn includ* principal and chargei on loam ij paid on iclitdult, but da not liictuJf chargti on Crouo JU/« It Diiablllty Inturanc*. . ASSOCIATES A FINANCE, INC. 1828 East Broadway in Alton Alto an office In Wood River...Cl4-3879 by key singles by Dennis Fischer and Joe Carach. The Braves appeared to have a comfortable load of 9-4 going Mo the last inninu, but St. Ann staged a rally good for three runs and had the tying runs on base when the third out was made. Tom Pacatte pitched very effectively in allowing only seven hits in 6 2-3 innings and striking out seven. Bill Clifford retired the only man he faced. T h e Braves infield executed several rip he underestimated his speed nd was too far forward on the ski to guide it properly. As the boat made a tight turn at high speed Brooks was thrown into a rock - lined shore barely missing a tree. Quite A Performance Witnesses said that Brooks hit Trolled for Blueglll At this time of .year bluegill fishermen have to move around to pick up singles. It is outstanding plays especially by Silvry. Two perfectly executed double plays from Silvey to Bob Hertz to Carach and from Bob Herlz to Carach to Gross cut- ling a runner down at the plate were niitde during the game. Stove Gross, with three Mingle* and a walk In four appearances at the plate led tho Braves In kitting. The Wood River Braves are sponsored by the St. Bernard's Home and School Association and all players attend St. Bernard's School. The team is coached by Joe Hertz, Earl Gross and Merle Pacatte. the rocks and did a hand stand, went into a head stand, bounced on his head a few times and then landed in a sitting positions somewhat dazed. It was quite a show, the witnesses said. "It probably was a good thing that I landed on my head," Brooks quipped later. He was taken to a doctor and received six sutures on top of his head, four beliind his ear, and five on his knee. "The worst of it doctor forbid me was that the to ski for awhile," Brooks told this writer. "And the accident happened the first day of our trip." Besides Brook's wife, others in the party included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pcrkinson, Jerseyville, and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bush, Godfrey. Perkinson learned to ski for the first time but carefully avoided any exhibitions. New Outboard Motor Nine Mercury outboard motors, including a new 3.9-hp fishing motor will be among the 1964 models coming soon, announced the Kiekhaefer Corp., Fond du Lac, Wis., to mark its 25th year in the marine propulsion field. Other much more work to catch them now than when they were spawning and schooling in early summer. But Casper Horn, 1020 Diamond St., and Dr. Joe Corona, have better system to take bluegill anywhere in a lake. . Sunday the men visited Evergreen Lake in Brighton and scored 47 bluegill on flyrods using worms for bait. The men trolled using an electric motor and let their bait bounce along the bottom until they got a strike. Sounds like any easy way to this writer, we'll have to try it. Horn and Dr. Corona had gone to Beaver Dam Lake first but found that the Illinois Conservation Department is removing fish there to clean out the lake. Horn was told by the conservation officials that the lake will be restocked with large fish to permit fishing yet this fall. the three 1962 co-champions still in the revised Big^ Eight, travels to Kenosha, Wis., for its initial test. Auburn, although favored to take the Big Eight title, will be without the coach and the quarterback who guided them to the crown last year. Coach Joe Venturi has left Wed. Late Mixed Men — Johnson 198, Areseneau 206, Beets 198-189 (531); Pivoda 208, Belcher 186. Women — Lutz 161, Bauser 158, Heafner 160, Oids 195 (522); Hansberry 160. BOWL HAVEN Business Men Rue 258, Hodge 234, Tague 210, Porter 200. Wed. Mixed Men — Walden 212, Boone 210. Women — Beckman 216-215 (614); Becher 204, Oris 174. Boone 174, Ward 170, Carroll 175. Majorette Ballard 266-195 (612); Markel 175-246-185 (606); Recher 160-213199 (572); Price 193-173-167 (533); Waggoner 171-177-174 (523); Ufert 169-184-167 (520); Tovo 180-180 (515); Bartholomew 194-175, Hagen 196, Roberts 181. Glassette Morten 173-171, Asburn 160, Ba- CARO OF THANKS _ 12 MRS. DENA JOHANNA BALSTER —We would like to take this means of thanking all our friends, relatives and neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereave ment. Especially the Wood River Township Hospital, nurses. Smith Funeral Home, Rev. Hoxsle, pallbearers, those who sent cards, flowers, food, helped or assisted in any and every way. The Family. 2 — 12 RELIABLE BABY SITTER 468-6762 RELIABLE BABYSITTER WANT^ ED — 485-6762. 18 — 14 — _ RELIABLE BABYSITTER wanted. 465-6762. 18 — 12 , SECRETARY — Stt-day week. 8:30 to 5 p.m. Typing and shorthand required. Please state age, qaullfi- cations. experience and salary expected. Write box 1180 care of Alton Telegraph. 18 — 14 _ WANTED—Babysitter. Mature, my home, own transportation. Call 259-8008. 18 — 12 ——______ WANTED — Someone to care for children in my home, shift work. Bethalto area. Must have references. 377-8240. 18 — 13 — WANTED—Woman to assist maid to do general work In small Alton hotel. Past mlddleaged person preferred. Must live on premises. Pleasant surroundings. State experience and give phone number. Write Box 1300. care Alton Telegraph. 18 — 13 • WOMAN 35 TO 45—To learn the furniture business. Must have good sales background,. Excellent opportunity for one who Is anxious to advance. Give full details. Reply P.O. Box 68. MR. FERDINAND HEINE We would like to take this means of thanking all of our friends, relatives and neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Especially Pastor Douglas, Jacoby-Wise Funeral Home of Bunker Hill, pallbearers. Also all those who sent cards, flowers, food or assisted in any way. Mrs. Leonard Bertels. Mrs. Louis Ricks. IN LOVING MEMORY — 12- IN LOVING MEMORY — of Robert L. Johnson who lost his life two years ago. September 12. 1961. Time may heal the broken heart Time may make the wound less sore But time can never stop longing For the loved one Rone before. Sadly missed by Dad, Mom and family. 19 HELP WTD., Male * Female 19 — 14 • COUPLE AS CARETAKERS—Managers of Alton Motorboat Club. Reside on premises. No children or peU. Salary and commission. State age. experience, references. Write Alton Motorboat Club. R.R. 2. Godfrey, by Sunday, Sept. 15. 19 — 14 MANAGER—For 18-famlly apartment, heat furnished, reference required. Live on premises. Click Real Estate. 1221 Locust. St. Louis. MA 1-4182. IfA 19A — 18 SALESLADIES 7 7 — 10/8 PERSONALS ker 158-158, Bierbaum 158, Atterbury 172-151, Blackledge 150-158, Kitzmiller 151, Wheeler 179, Butler 365, Davis 167-159, McGuiggan 150-155. Auburn to become head coach at Pekin, With him went his son, Rick Venturi, who led the Knights to a 15-2-1 record in the two sea sons at Auburn. Pekin entertains Argo of the South Suburban Conference in aan opener Friday. In the rugged Southwestern Conference, favored East St. Louis tackles St. Louis University High in a nonloop encounter. Defending champion Belleville also meets a Missouri foe, Webster Groves. Centralia's Orphans open against the Salem Wildcats in a rivalry dating back to 1925. Salem, defending champion of the Wed. Ladles Purdy 171, Wilson 160, Cook 160, Mitchell 158, Williams 189163, Boyer 158, Holland 184, Shive 172. Ealey 174, Miler 163-159. Redd 218, Glass Buchanen 213, Marquis 209, Davis 208, Hrabak 208, Show 204, Pagan 203, Malson 207. BOWL INN Western Midnight Wall 225, Woodson 215, Treichel 213. Shell Klinke 201, Nelson 201, Shirley 210-238 (625); Sumptner 215. 6: SO Ladles Fiessel 184, Turpin 170, Melt- ler 170, Helmkamp 179, 174 Crim ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women, HO 5-1612. 7 — 10/1 LICENSED DETECTIVE — Legal photography. W. E. Hurt, 3006 Washington Ave., Alton. 465-73150. 1 — TF — TU — TH — SAT —— RENT Cameras, projectors, accessories. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE Alton's Photo Center, 485-2589 230 East Broadway, Alton 7—18 8-15 9-19 — TAVERNS—Triple money back if Riesen Clear Glass is not the best bar, back bar. bottle, mirror, table, and glass cleaner for less. CROWN — 465-5503 HOUSEWIVES—Make Christmas dollars early. Demonstrate name brand toys at toy parties. Through November, $10 per evening guaranteed. No charge for sample case. Nothing to deliver. Toy Shoppers. TEmple 7-9976. 20 20 17 SALESMEN CAREER OPPORTUNITY 8 RUMMAGE * PASTRY SALES 8 — 13 RUMMAGE SALE — Wood River Township Hospital Auxiliary. September 14. Verson Building, formerly Pope's Shop. From 9 to 7 8 — 10-12 RUMMAGE SALE — 1714 Washington, Monday thru. Saturday and Friday night til 9. • SOCIETIES and LODGES 9 — 12 171. Alt-Wood Scored Basi Uoyt Dodson, 801 Forest Lane, East Alton, scored eight bass Sunday in Town and Country Lakes, 1V 8 miles east of Bethalto on Rt. 140 and one mile south on Neunabor Street. His largest bass weighed five pounds. Other anglers there scored bass up to 5M> pounds this past weekend. The two lakes, totalling about eight acres, are owned by Richard SturgiU of Cottage Hills who permits fishing on a tee basis. The lakes have bass, bluegUl, catfish and crapple. Fishing is $1 per person with children under 12 free. An honor system is used with a registration box at the lakes. North Egypt Conference, defeated the Orphans, 28-25, last year and snapped a string of six straight losses to the South Seven Conference power. Joe Perry on 49ers* Taxi Squad Now SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Joe "The Jet" Perry, professional football's all-time rushing leader, is back with the San Francisco 49ers—though only on a part-time basis. Perry, released Wednesday by the Baltimore Colts, has signed with San Francisco as a "taxi" member. "Taxis" are a genus ol "red- shirt alumni," who do not hold regular spots on the roster, but who are brought up in caw of injury to a regular player. Hays 209, Lindsy 228, Elam 224, (602); Weule 200, Bick 214, Hutte 207, Henson 203, Grissom 210. Wednesday Ladtea 9:00 Borerie 175, Harrison 180, 200 (543); Kasting 170, Mettler 190, 177, (516); Wickenhauser 178 Groves 183-180, Tiemann 174* Rhoades 170, Tinker 173. ACME "32 LANES 1«:45 Wednesday Ladles Vantrease 185-177-162 (554); Wag goner 205 (511); Bacus 1S6456 (470); Hatcher 152, Owens 104, Williams 156, Carrigan 180, P. Adier 169, 162, Allen 199 (493); Weeks 176, 166, L. Adler 153. Wednesday Night Merchants Short 232 (600); Larsh 234, Elliott 244 (620); Plager 203, Wesley 204, Kelly 201, 224 (606). Wednesday Night Ladle* Noble 165-156-190 (611)1 Steiger 171-171, Walkington 163-164, Stonestreet 194, Blair 154, Brecht 156-154, House! 136. Alton Eagles White 238, 203 (629); EUedge 201, 203, Flowers 202, Farmer 210, Murray 200, Johnson 221, Middlecoff 220, West 201, Eggley 201. WOOD RIVER BQWL Tuesday VIP Sawyer 199, Haube 184-173, Tuc- WOOD RIVER LODGE NO, 1082 AF & AM—Brethren are requested to assemble at Smith Funeral Home In Alton Thursday, Sept, 12 at 0:30 p.m. to perform last riles (or Brother John Robert Ewlns. HOWELL K. BARNETT. W.M. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN BLUE BILLFOLD — From Laclede parking lot, along Broadway tmd downtown Alton. Reward. 197 Gouldlng. East Alton. 10 13 Upper Alton area. FOUND—Pony, 462-3241. 10 — 13 : LOST—Black Angus yearling heifer, 466-1351. 10 — 12 . , LOST — Toy Manchester, black and white, 3 yrs. old. Answers to name of "Bltsy." 462-9543. FOR 2 MEN LIVING IN ALTON- WOOD RIVER AREA — One of America's well known top rated corporations Is expanding Its highly successful sales organization in this area. We wa'nt married men with good character reference. Position is permanent with chance for advancement. No overnight travel. Ambition and good working habits much more important than sales experience. For Interview, write Manager Post Office Box 188 Bolleville. Illinois. 20 — 14— s 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 — 14 —————_—__ NEED CASH—Sell famous Knapp Aerotred Shoes. Full or part time. High commission plus bonus. Complete line for men and women. Equipment furnished free. Write to E, M. Blstow, Knapp Bros. Shoe Mfg. Corp., Brockton. Maw. 20 — 13 PART TIME—Retail furniture salesman. Experienced. Write Box 1190. care of Alton Telegraph. 20 — 12 SALES & SERVICE—1 man Interested In better than average earnings who desires rapid advancement to management and it 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. 20 — 13 ii • • WANTED 2 AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN MUST BE AGGRESSIVE LOCAL GENERAL MOTORS , V DEALER Phone 465-6678 ASK FOR SALES MANAGER LOST — $500 in vicinity between Acord Music Stpre and Wood Rivar Saving* and Loan or possibly in the curb parking area of East Alton Bank. About 5 p.m. Friday, September 6. Will finder please cajl CL 4-7641 New phone number starting Sunday 254-1268. Reward! 10 — 13 REWARD—For return of n 254-4173. containing prescription Left in te,xl cab. - r - handbag bifocals. 20 — 13 For full or YOUNG MEN >timo employment. part-tl CashT Scholarships available' to college student who qualify. For personal Interview report to Mineral Springs Hotel, 8 p.m. Friday. 20 — 12 23 ..•. YOUR OWN BUSINESS—Rawlelgh dealers earn good profits. Products on credit, Exceptional opportunity Yor industrious person In MEADOW. BROOK. DEWEY PK. & ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS, See Harry Long, wall, 601 Washington, Alton, Ph. 462.8009, or writ* Rawlelgb. Dept. ILI 880-170. Preeport, ill. II 11 — 14 NOTICES FRATERNAL ORDER-OF EAGLES No. 3773. 6th at Ferguson. Eagles picnic, Sept. IS, 1963. Across Brussels Ferry at Grafton. DAY Club. Members and guests invited. ker 181, Hagen 180, Friend 180, Payne 178, B. Martin 176, Bauer 171, Schenk 160, M. Hammond 149-149-149. EKEEWN0 — Restaurant . Exnerlenced, dependable, furnish references, 254-8048. up and delivery. ....... Wood River. Reference. 22 _ ' •adlus ._ 254-0918. .,_ , ______ ______ WANTED -.Ironlnii, experienced phone 258-aM3. wiZL Locate 465-4016. CARE FOR CHILDREN id near downtown Alton.