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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH I1V THE LOCKER ROOM s are shown as they Pittinger is dressin at Alton Water Co. Thornton dresses to go o pumping station Friday. At left, Carl in at midnight Thursday. Some engineers are shown as they Pittinger is dressing for the job as E. A. return to work at Alton Water Co. Thornton dresses to go home. He came To Revise Defense Department's Anti-Discrimination Measures By FRED S. HOFFMAN Associated Press Military Affairs Writer WASHINGTON (AP)-The Defense Department is rewriting an anti-discrimination directive to make clear it does not apply to the National Guard while under state control, it was learned today. By so doing, the Pentagon probably will avoid a clash with southern governors and head off more difficulties with southern congressmen already on the warpath against Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara's efforts to ease discrimination against Negro servicemen. Earlier this week, it was disclosed that the Air Force, Army. Navy and Marines had acted to bar participation by any of their units or equipment in public events where admission, seating or other accommodations are racially segregated. Defense officials said tnese actions stemmed from a paragraph McNamara had inserted in an eight-year-old directive broadly covering armed forces participation in ceremonies, exhibitions and other public events. Later, it was noted that the over-all directive, issued originally by then Secretary of Defense Charles E. Wilson, mentioned National Guard equipment provided and maintained out of federal funds. The Pentagon was asked whether the McNamara amendment concerning discrimination thus could be interpreted as applying to the guard. It replied: "The Aug. 5 amendment. . . was not intended to and does not apply to National Guard units while in a state status. "Any ambiguity on this point will be eliminated on republira- tion of the directive, which is currently being rewritten and updated in coordination with the military departments." Quarterly Conference Set at Bunker Hill BUNKER HILL — The Bunker Hill Methodist Church will hold its first Quarterly conference Sunday morning at 10:35, with the Rev Vernie Barnett, district superintendent of the Vandalia District ol the Southern Illinois Conference of the Methodist Church, in charge of the service. . MYF Travels BUNKER HILL — The Junioi MYF of the Methodist Church made a trip today to the Methodist Children's Home at Mt. Ver non. Potluck Supper BUNKER HILL - The Church School teachers of the Methodist Church will have a potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday with the Rev. Mode Powell, pastor of the JerseyvlUfl Methodist Church, as guest speaker. Man Reports Theft of TV iu East Alton EAST ALTON — William borough, 107 Third St., East AJ ton, reported to police Friday to theft of a color television set from hU home. , . In addition to the TV, valued a approximately $100, Yarboroug told police that a complete set o tools were also taken. The item were stolen sometime betwee 6:80 a.m. and 3:45 p.m. while n one was home, he told police, Byrtan* PAMASCUS—Several types television transmitters are to b tried out in Syria. UoflMarks Fallout Shelters URBANA, 111. (AP)-University of Illinois residence halls have been marked and stocked to provide fallout shelters for about 11,WO persons. The U of I's associate director of civil defense said Friday that 16 student halls have been stocked with some $23,000 worth of food and medical supplies. Paul W. Steinbeck said the federal government assigned the supplies to the university as part of a nationwide civil defense pr.> gram. Some 50 other campus buildings have been designated lor the program, which may enab'.o tne university eventually to provide fallout shelter spice for about 40,000 persons. Car Interior Was Set On Fire, Man Reports James Lindley, 408 W. 4th SI., oomplained to Alton Police that someone had set the interior of his car on fire prior to 2 a.m. today. Lindley said he noticed the door ajar and discovered the fire, police said. The Alton Fire Department was called to extinguish the blaze, police said. ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST—STRA YE D—STOLEN 10 10 FOR INFORMATION on registered redbone female that was lost In July Or August, please call 254-0071. 10 _ 21 2S BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 23 — 23 LOST — Pair of glasses on Mather St., North Alton, August 4, Reward, 465-6020. 10 — 24 LOST — Black and white screw tall bull dog. Answers to "Spotty." 462-4515. NOTICES 11 11 — 10/15 OLD FASHION HAYRIDES — Call Holiday HIJIs Ranch. 466-1838. 11 — 28 NOTICE $1 SPECIAL We will deep clean & pile comb your carpet for the lowest prices ever offered. This week only. Call 4SI-1823. 1A RtDE~ WANTED TO DELMAR BANK, St. Louis. 377-9763. JXPEPIENCED CANVASSERS good commissions 462-0386. Nine to five. 7 21——— •—WANTED — Experienced man to and combine. Phone VANTED — Welder; combination man. Must be A-l. Write P. O. Box 117, Alton, 111. ,ADY to work snack bar, 3 to 11 p.m. 466-3411, ext. 73. 8 — 21 1OUSEKEEPER — 8e care, school- age children, 5 day week. Reference, 254-5819 between 6 it 8 p.m. 8 — 24 ° — * u ~— r^ . RELIABLE LADY to care for elderly lady. Stay. 514 State St 462-0108 8 — 21 ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES , 20-63- VANTED—Lady to sew In my home. 254-3676. 8 — 21 MAUJSUW COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE BOARD OF APPEALS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice Is hereby given that the above named Board of Appeals, established under the Madison County Zoning Ordinance, will hold a Public Hearing on the 4th Day of October, 1963. at the time and place below noted for the purpose of hearing arguments for and / or against the following proposed changes In the above ordinance. At 11 A.M. on the Petition of Harry J. Beck, Owner of Record, to rezone the following described property from R-3 (one family resident) to B-3 (Highway Business Dlst.) with a Special Use Permit for a Mobile Home Court: The South V, of the NE % of Sec tlon 23. In Township 6 N ;,rSfi«SS 10 W of the 3rd PM, Madison County. Illnois except: a tract of land 145 feet by 923 feet as recorded In Book 1234 Page 472 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds, Madison County, 111. This Property is. located on the East side of HurfUert Road North of the Beverly Farms (Golf Drlv- Upper Michigan Gets Frost By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Signs of approaching fall hug- m me 0 =.=..* --• —--. - ged the Canadian border today, •»• Range is on thls property ' ) but elsewhere weather conditions The hearing win be held at the SNAKE BITE VICTIM Mrs. Daisy Lorene Andrus of Second Street, Cottage Hills, points to the bandage covering spot where a snake bit her on the right foot Friday in Cottage Hills area near a pond. She is in Wood River Township Hospital. She was entered after the foot swelled. She did not know what kind of snake it was. werent' too rigorous for the waning summer. There was some frost during the night In the Sault Ste Marie area of Upper Michigan, and temperatures dipped almost down to the freezing mark in upper Maine. A band of cloudiness and showers draped the map from just south of New England to New Mexico. There was some rainfall in Florida, and in Texas which liad already been drenched )>y hurricane Cindy. Autumn becomes the season at 1:24 p.m. (EST) Monday and it has already been felt in chilly temperatures around the country. Temperatures ranged from the 30s to the 70s. The 60s and 70s were prevalent across the southern half of the country and the 40s and 50s were common in the northern seftirns. A few 30s appeared in the northeastern sector. Fair skies prevailed over most of the southern half, except for scattered areas in the Rock- ies and extreme southeast. Mostly cloudy skies covered southern New England southwestward across the northern Ohio Valley westward over the central rockies. The remainder of the country had fair to partly cloudy cover. Precipitation was widaly s^atter- ed. occurring in both the northeastern and southeastern portions, the upper Great Lakes, central plains and plateau and the Rocky mountains. Site described above. • ALC'OHO'LICS ANONYMOUS- Help for the problem drinkers. Men anr women. HO 5-1612. 11 — 23 Belgium will open imports. ANNOUNCEMENTS ;u CAL/UV\*. Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals, pei Harry Taake. Chair man. 2 CARD OF THANKS 2 — 21 . JOHN R. EWING — I wish to ex press my heartfelt thanks and ap preciation to all our friends anr relatives, especially to Dr. Haye and nurses at Alton Memorial Hos pital for their kindness and con slderation shown me during my recent bereavement. Wife, Mary Ewlng. PERSONALS DUE TO ILLNESS—Merry Grace's Beauty Shop will be closed untl Oct. 1. 7 — 10/1 LICENSED DETECTIVE — Lega photography. W. E. Burt, 200 Washington Ave., Alton. 465-7350. 8 RUMMAGE * PASTRY"SALES 8 — 10/21 ———————~—— RUMMAGE SALE—1714 Washington Monday thru Saturday, 9-5, Frl day, 9-9. 8 — 23 RUMMAGE SALE—St. Paul's Epis copal Church, 3rd & Market, bj Mary C. Hayner Guild, Tuesday Sept. 24, 10 a.m. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10 — 24 LOST — 2 mos, old Beagle, vicinity Rosewood School, wearing brown collar. 259-1123. 27- RIDERS EMPLOYMENT 7 HELP WANTED — MALE 7 — 21 — • ,UTO MECHANIC—1st class auto body man. Telegraph. 7 — TF Write Box 680, care run tractor 254-2583. 7 — 24 FINANCIAL NEW LOW PRICE BEVERAGE VENDING MACHINES $600.00 Starts Your Route NO PLUMBING—Specially designed for small plants, offices, etc. Serves 6 name-brand quality products. Coffee, Choc., Tea, Soups. $600 starts your 5-machlne route, balance financed. Steady weekly earnings enable you to expand rapidly. Excellent for part, full time. ILLINOIS VALLEY SUPPLY CO. CARROLLTON, ILL. CALL COLLECT — WI 2-6991. "OPPORTUNITY BODY MAN — Mechanic; good building and equipment, plenty work. Will sell cheap. Write Box 620, care Alton Telegraph. 23 — 24 M 34 — 10-15 PLASTERING PAINTING, Wallpaper removing. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. TERMITE and pest control equipment, also some monthly accounts. Write Box 630, care Alton Telegraph. 23 — 24 TRUCKERS with tractors and tractor-trailer to run our system. Year around work. Contact Pre-Fab Transit Co., I7th & Grand Ave,, Granite City, 111. Phone 1-452-5164. PERSONAL SERVICE BUSINESS SERVICE DECORA UNO 254-8180 36 FURNITURE WORK 36 — 10/8/63 WINCHESTER'S CUSTOM RE-UPHOLSTERING — 132 E. Elm. Ph. 462-8235. 3D REPAIRING — ROOFING 39 — 21 5 ROOMS—Newly decorated Inside ic out. Adults only. 254-9632. 45 — 10-23- WAMTED ROOFING JOBS—of all kinds. No Jobs too big or too small, free estimates 462-8655. • MOVING M SUIRAUB 40 — 10/4 • WORLD WIDE MOVERS VON DER AHE. VAN LINES CALL PRES BELCHER AGENCY FREE ESTIMATE ALTON, ILL. HO 2-8240 RENTALS SLEEPING ROOMS 41 --- CLOSE-IN — Living room, telephone privilege. 123 E. 5th, Alton. - RENTALS 48 APARTMENTS—FLATS 45 _ 21 — 4 ROOM APT. — full basement. $65 month, 200 Grand Ave. East Alton. 45 — 23 4 ROOM—Unfurnished apt. Newly decorated. Private entrance and bath. Heat & utilities furnished. 462-2072. 45 — 23 APARTMENTS ~ PLAtii UNFUNISHED - All room* * dinette. Stoker . & cold water furnished. No pet*. Private entrance. 915 Royy. ^ ij 5 NFURNisHED-4 large room* «jd bath. M5. First floor. Children «W- come 254-3378. 103 E. M«pl«. Hflft- ford. ___^_— _ 4 UNFURNISHED ROOM APT. — newly decorated heat and water furnished. Siate St. 465-9347, — 462-0323. 45 — 14-16-17-20-21-23 BETHALTO — 4 room, unfurnished, redecorated, private apartment. Obtain key for Inspection at 131 Central or 336 Mill, Bethalto. 45 — 25 EAST ALTON — On East Drlv*. Large living room, bedroom, bath, utility and kitchen. Rent $45. Call 254-8341. 45 _ 24 • — FOR RENT—2 rooms. 911 Humboldt Court. 45 — 9/24 — —— GODFREY—3 rtom, 2nd floor, newly decorated. 468-2712 after 8 p.m. 45 — TF DHbHSMAKING—TAILORING 30 — 26 OU •— &V — •' • — ALTERATIONS — Dressmaking, Experienced. Reasonable. Ruth Dana, Rosewood Heights, 239-1770. DRESSMAKING—Alteration of all kinds. Phone 462-8217. 30 — 8 HELP WANTED—FEMALE 8 — 24 MIDDLEAGED BABYSITTER to stay in home, light housework. 466-2307. 8 — 25 VANTED—Someone to care for children In my home. Shift work. Bethalto area. Must have references. 377-9240. 8 — 27 VANTED — Girl to Baby sit. Must stay. 2 children. Write Box 610 care Telegraph. 8 — 23 WANTED — Clerk Typist. Office of building official. Court House, Edwardsville, Illinois. Applications must be submitted prior to 4 p.m. September 26, 1963. Zoning and Subdivision Control Committee. 19 HELP WTD.. Male A Female 9 — 21 ACCOUNTANT—A structural draftsman, shoe sales, perpetual Inventory, auto mechanic, stenographers, bookkeepers, dictaphone, cooks, waitresses, babysitters. American Employment, 726 E. Broadway. 19 . — 23 BOYS OR GIRLS — 16 or over, full time or part time, meals furnished. Apply In person Steak 'n Shake Drive In, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Personnel office 8128 Olive St. Road or No. 5 Hwy. 140 Florissant, Mo. NO PHONE CALLS. 20 minute drive from Alton. OU —— J'1-IU — DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pants cuffed. Reasonable. Refrences, In my home. CL 4-4034. 30 — 10-2-63 DRESSMAKING & ALTERATIONS -Experienced. , . Johnette King. Upper Alton..462-2052. BUSINESS SERVICE 32 BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 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 — 26 DRIVEWAY 8e yard leveling. Also weeds mowed with tractor rotary mower. 259-1567. — 28 O£ — *O — — AUTO—And furniture upholstering. Bill's Upholstering. 4-lane highway, Godfrey. Open Sat. 466-1710. 32 — 9-26-63 ELECTRICAL WIRING — Meter service, Installation, repairs, parts. Berry & Son Electric. 377-9288. 32 — TF — ••• PARTS * SERVICE — Washing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners. 838 E. 7th — HO 2-4423 MIDDLECOFF'S FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVER CLEANER SERVICE 33 BUILDING — CONTRACTING 33 — 21 — A-l CARPENTER REPAIRS—Addl- tlons, enclosures, roofing, concrete porches, garages, painting. Reasonable. 462-2901. 33 — 10-23-63 O\3 ™~ IVtuJ -\1<J CARPENTER WORK — Patch plastering, roof repair, plumbing work blocks laid and cement work. Also Interior and exterior painting. Cal Charles Stormer. 466-1437. 33 — 9/25 19A SALESLADIES I9A — 24 - — - — DUE TO OUR TREMENDOUS GROWTH,Tupperware home parties have openings for dealers In this area. Full or part-time. 377-8030 for Information. BOB WOOD—Basement waterproof Ing ar.d cement work of all kinds 466-2407. 33 — 23 SALESMEN 20 20 — 21 MAN WANTED—If you can use your hands with some mechanical dexterity and are willing to work, have a grade school education and plenty of drive, we have an open- Ing in our sales and service de- partrnent for you. Write Manager, P.O. Box 188 Belleville, 111. 20 — 23 TO REPRESENT SALES organization. Leads. No CARPENTER — Repair or paint ing. Experienced custodian for 14V years. 234-0474. 33 — 10/9 <jo — j.u/ a —' •— CARPENTER REPAIR, block lay ing, concrete work, plumbing, new homes, painting. HO 5-2436. 32 — 23 CONCRETE WORK—Residential on ly. Steps, walks, drives, floors, re talnlng walls. Free estimates. 462-5938. 33 — 9/25 NATIONAL I tjniji-^fj «i j9M«»i**«*»-"t»i ——-»——. .-_night work. Age 25-35. Earn $150 to $200 per week. Management op- portunitv. For personal interview call collect between 6 and 9 p.m. Carl Colvin, AD 3-2493. 22 SITUATIONS WT0.—FEMALE 22 — 23 CALL LOUISE to do your fall house cleaning. Any type. 462-4527. 22 — 17-19-21 ^j __ o i &if ii • - __.._. ,,, .. CONCRETE WORK OF ALL KIND —Walls, floors, •valks, porches, et 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 — 30 A-l PAPER HANGING — $10 room. 465-8764. 34 — 21 P6 At, —• i »-io-*,* CHILD SITTING — 7 a.m. — 5:30 p.m., ages 3-5, Call 259-1542. 22 — 21 £.£. — 41 HOUSEWORK — Or care for elderly people. Own transportation. 377-9548. 22 — 23 IRONINGS WANTED — Free pickup and delivery, 12 mile radius of Wood River. References. 254-0919. 22 — 9/23 WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN — Located near downtown Alton. 465-4015. FINANCIAL 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 23 — TF £3 ~— i r " — FOR RENT — Boarding or room- Ing house. Fully equipped, $150 per month. For details call Homer Adams. 466-3227. REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE >r l\ " SUBDIVISION i 1 Open SMday* -1»» * AtL PAINTING — and carpente repair. D. K. Cummlngs, 462-7419. 34 — 10/25 BEST IN DECORATING, painting Interior and exterior. Paper hanj Ing and removal. Free estimates Reasonable prices. 466-1134. 34 — 10/3 \rx —~ *w M • PAPER HANGING—Painting, plas ter repair, carpenter work. HO 2-0361. 3-i — 10/8 — PAINTING, PLASTERING—Remov ing wallpaper. No job too smal' Free estimates. 466-2852, 462-9657. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" _ OMFORTABLE ROOM— With privi- eges, for lady, 462-3674. — 21. ICE SLEEPING ROOM — for working girl. Telephone and wasting facilities. Private entrance near Owens Illnols Glass, 1400 E. 4th. :65-8029. _ 'iCELY FURNISHED ^ mPnrEl , V0ate entrance, 2408 Sanford. 462-0578. — 10-21-83- OOM — 2 blocks from downtown Wood River. Private entrance, phone privileges. 264-7259. — 24 Wilshlre Colonial Apts. 1 or 2 bedroom, range, refrigerator, disposal, drapes. R. N. Dunn, 259-7113 or 259-2987. 45 — 21 RENTALS «" FURNISHED APARTMENTS 46 ROOM AND KITCHENBTTB Private bath, aff "utlTltW. " Very nice, adults. *65. 469-2720. AD ? <t -i __ ~"" " ' '" — — — ~** Jfc ! APTS. — Available, 3 room. 1 room, all utilities paid. 462-299*. LEEPINO ROOM — And share cltchen On second floor. All faclll- lea furnished. Ladles only. Call 465-8658. 1702 Maple. 1 — 21 013 HAWLEY — 5 rooms, modern, full basement, garage. Call rear, please. 45 — 23 — 1619 SEMINARY—2 bedroom duplex apt. Large kitchen with built-in oven & disposal Electric heat. Full basement. Air conditioned. Inquire 1815 Seminary or call 1-314-B61-14S8 (collect). 45 — 26 LARGE MODERN 3 ROOM APT.— Near Eastgate Shopping Center. $50 monthly. 254-8655. | B _ 10-12-63 LARGE FURNISHED ROOMS- All utilities furnished. 254-2623. ATioTROOM - Adult*. H«*t * water. Utilities, off street parkin*. Close-in. Wlnkler Apt*. 700 AIW 4fi TT — - ' "" — »- —- — j*— fcj«»M* 2 ROOM— Nicely furnished «£««• ments. All utilities paid. 499-7331. 2 ROOMS— Bachelor apt. B«».h, private entrance. Utilities furnUhW, Washing, Ironing and cleaning lr desired. 462-7865. Afi 91 — ,am-» 5 ROOMS and bath, downstairs. Oarage. On busline. Call 465-726J,, 2-ROOM FURNISHED APT. — All utilities furnished. $10.50 weekly. 462-9877. 46 SLEEPING ROOM — Next to bath. Private entrance. 420 Monroe, East Alton. 259-8902 between 8 a.m. & 7 p.m. __ 27 — LEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT — $8.50 weekly. Includes physical dept. privileges. Y.M.C.A.. No. 2 W. 3rd. LINDEN APTS. ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — 4 rooms. bath. Utility room and garage. (Heat and water furnished). Dial 259-1663. 45 — 10/25 2 ROOM and BOARD > _ 21 •— t ——————— OOM & BOARD for elderly lady in private home. 465-2809. 2 — 23 — • iVlLL CARE FOR 2 elderly ladles or gentlemen, private home. Newly decorated, newly furnished. 4 blks. o St Mary's. Meals, laundry, personal' Incidental care. 14 years ex. perlence serving the aged, mildly confused, senile. Private paid only. Two bedroom $100 monthly, single S1BO monthly. 520 Seminary Square, at 6th & Mechanic, Alton, ask for Mrs. Stahl, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Telephone 462-4865. _ APARTMENTS — FLATS LARGE ROOMS—Private bath. On College near SIU. $47.50. Real Estate Exchange. 462-9797. j~ROOM APT. — in Wood River ground floor, private entrance. Stove and refrigerator furnished $40. 254-9457. 5 — 21 •1U — Hjf fnf i NICE 3-ROOM APT. — Stove, refrigerator available. Rosewood Heights. $70. 254-4493 evenings. 45 NORTH ALTON-^l-room apartment. Private front and back entrance. Large closets. Heat and water furnished. Extra nice. No small children. $90 Dial HO 2-0315 or — HO 2-0055. 45 — TF SEVERAL APARTMENTS AND HOUSES available for Immediate occupancy In Alton. For further Information CALL 462-9263 Or Evenings 462-8680 42 — 25 ROOM & BOARD — Soc-Securlty. 2 single rooms $75 per mo. 2221 College Ave. 45 — 23 UNFURNISHED UPSTAIRS APT for rent. 5 rooms 8c bath. 2407 _ ROOM DUPLEX APT. — Stove and refrigerator. 462-4261. _ 5 ROOMS" & BATH— Very clean. Gas & water furnished. Private entrance & garage. 462-8110. 15 — 21 , ROOMS & BATH—Heat and water furnished. Adults. No pets. 465-9389. 45 — 28 Brown ment. . . St. 462-0396 for appoint 26 ! ROOMS—All utilities paid. North Alton. For Information call evenings, 254-2735. 2 6 ROOM FURNISHED — Private batn and entrance. $8.50 weeKly with electric and water. 462-1427. ZSROOM FURNISHED BASEMENT APARTMENT — Newly decorated. Utilities paid. Adults. 254-5456. 3 FURNISHED ROOMS — Private bath and entrance. Inquire 224 Lorena, Wood River. a 6 "LARGE ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT for rent — $60 mo. 161 Lorena, Wood River. 1 small child welcome. Call 377-8451. 46 — 23 • 3 ROOMS & BATH — Private entrance, garage, couple only. Son 3rd, Wood River. 3 -"ROOM FURNISHED APT. — Utilities paid. Cloie-ln. Adults preferred. 465-6966. 46 — 21 — —— I ROOM & BATH—Furnished apt. 254-1956. 46 — 27 3 ROOM—Furnished apt. All utilities. One housekeeping room. 462-0108. 46 — 10/10 ——— 3 ROOM—Modern furnished apt. Gas heat. For couple. 820 E. 6th St. 46 — 28 4-ROOM MODERN — Carpeted. Front and back entrances. 2 bedrooms. Reliable adults. 603 Alby. 46 — 9/26 • 4 ROOM BRICK APT.—Nicely furnished. Adults only. 523 So. Central, Roxana. 46 — 10/21 4 ROOM—1 bedroom apt. Nicely dtc- orated. Private bath, fan. Exceptionally clean. Close to everything. No pets. Adults. 723 Alby. RENTALS RENTALS i ROOMS & BATH— Downstairs apt, HWF, Venetian blinds. Heat, water 1 PO ROOMS- & BATH - IN NICE NEIGHBORHOOD. P R I V A . T E. MODERN AND CONVENIENT. HEAT, WATER FURNISHED. $67.50. 465-3804 AFTER 5. 45 — 24 3-ROOM APT. — Ground floor, prl vate entrance. Stove and refrigerator. 465-4180. 45 — 24 3 ROOMS—Ground floor. Private entrance, bath and garage. For woman or elderly couple. Heat and water furnished. 462-5868 any time Saturday. 45 — 28 3 LARGE ROOMS and bath, plenty of closet space. 462-3983. 45 — 24 4 ROOMS — Private entrance, bath. Newly decorated. Heat, water, garage. Adults, 465-5720. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally ANNOUNCEMENTS AVAILABLE FOR LEASE Approximately 1024 Sq. Ft Office Space In one of Alton's most beautiful buildings. Completely air conditioned and fireproof. Rent includes — heat and water, air conditioning and janitor service. WILL REMODEL TO SUIT TENANT 620 E. THIRD ST. Phone 465-4483 Got a HOT HOUSE "COOL IT DOWN WITH INSULATION" MEDLOCK INSULATION 225 CURVEY, GODFREY 489-8385 AUCTIONS AUCTIONS WMS Entertained At East Alton EAST ALTON — The skit, 'Chrlst-the Lord of My Life", was the program feature at the iYiday meeting of the Women's Missionary Society in the First Baptist Church. Appearing in the presentation were: Mrs. James Lauchner, Urs. Thomas Me Dermand, Mrs. Samuel Roberts and Mrs. Ethel iarney. Mrs. Stanley Stepson, pres- dent, reported highlights of the all - day woman's retreat at Ma- rissai and Mrs. Me Dermand on :he minister's wives retreat at Springfield, It was announced the fall dinner meeting of the Alton Association will be held Thursday In the Alton Cherry Street Baptist Church. Aluminum Siding; Makes Old Homes New Guaranteed Satisfaction. 5 YEARS TO PAY MEDLOCK INSULATION 228 CURVEY, GODFREY 4U4S85| BRAD'S PEST CONTROL ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER ROOM eliminates roaches, spiders, water bugs, silver fish, ants, and other household pests. All Work Guaranteed DON'T DELAY CALL TODAY OALL 462-3676 TEACHERS FROM CANADA LAGOS, Nigeria #—Canada's high commission here has announced the arrival of 18 school teachers under the Commonwealth Aid to Africa Program. The teachers and their families jojned 14 Canadian secondary school tochers already serving here. During August, 10 Niger, ian teachers went to Canada for educational courses at McGill University In Montreal. PLOT OP tROUNP FOR SALIi 18,000 Square Feet, Good Location, In tbe North Side. Call 465*3226 EDUCATIONAL REGISTER NOW FRlG. AUTO MECHANICS vloui Bxptrlenu Re Be alert today, alive tomorrow. No Previous Experience Required Study at Home or at School You can BARN WhU« You LEARN For raw IJuUrtJn MdJ«fo7 CM or Write Box .MO |« care Alton Tslwett ESTATE AUCTION SALE 9:00 A.M. DST Saturday, September 28th 325 East First South Street Carlinville, Illinois The auction will contain fine furniture, hundreds of pieces of pattern glass, china, lustre, pictures, frames, oriental rugs, paper weights, buttons, etc. Many, many articles too numerous to mention! This collection may be seen the day of the sale from 8:00 A.M. to 8:45 A.M. This is the estate of the late Elizabeth P. Lumpkin, who spent the greater part of her life in collecting fine objects of art, primitive pieces, furniture, and glass. The sale will be an all day sale and will be held under a tent. NORMAN P. JONES, JAMES C. PEGRAM, Executors. LUKE GAULE, Auctioneer REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE You'll Love its Living Advantages! This spacious 5 bedroom home has an extra large livlngroom, fireplace, formal dinlngroom, 4 Wg baths, family room and screened porch, located on approximately % acre of ground. $37,500 JOSEPH WICKENHAUSER AGENCY Phone 465-3381 OR . 466-1240 p!MIJIIHIIIH!IIH!!ilB!l««l!M!IIK!!!H)IHIMW^ f WE NEED LISTINGS I Our advertising Is proof of our activity. If your home i is for sale or you are thinking about selling, call Clem i Noll Agency. We have excellent prospects but wo | need more homes to show them. We offer honest appraisals, ample advertising and full time brokers to show your property. We also buy property for cash. Clem Noll Realty Agency 649 E. Broadway REALTOR 465-6621 ••iiii«iii«iiiiBiiiiBiiiiaiiiiaiiiiaiiii»iii»m«ii»ii Ii IIIIIBIIIII BRICK VENEER HOME.. $17,800 8 Bedrooms, Full Basement, Carport Lot Included. Low Down Payment tor ion AWInt Rosewood • Sanitary and Storm Sewer* • Natural Gtw • Bethalto Filtered Water O Bitumlnoui Streets, Curbs, Gutters • Near Schools and Churches On 1*0 N, YOUR MAGIC CARPET TO HOME OWNERSHIP! GIVES YOU HOME OWNERSHIP BEFORE YOU EVER DREAMED POSSIBLE if You choose the specifications by which you want to build. Only with IBC Homes can you get CUSTOM DESIGNING and CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION at manufactured home prices. if You can use your labor to reduce your loan'—Increase your equity—decrease the amount required for monthly payment** MAIL COUPON for "FREE" LITERATURE "THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY" Better Homes aiutGanttnt APPItOVBQ VAI.U* B««ION VISIT OUR DISPLAY HOME TODAY WILSON CONST. CO,, 50S5 Humbert Rd., Alton, III. Please Send "FREE" IBC HOMES UterfttureTo >r City State. Name . Address WILSON Construction Co, 5059 Humbert Rd. * 466-0133

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