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D-2 Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, Aug. 30,1972 Stocks climbing, reason debatable Obituaries Cogswell NEW YORK (AP) — TV stock market climbed uphill today, white analysts debated whether (he Democratic presidential candidate, Sen George McGovern, should be give the credit. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was up 4.21 to 958.91. On the Big Board, advances outnumbered declines 681 to 430 with 1,480 total Issues exchanged In moderate trading. The New York Stock Exchange Index of some 1,400 common stocks was up .19 to 60.93. At the American Stock Exchange, the price change index was up .02 to 26.63. McGovern had outlined tlv latest version of his economic proposals Tuesday before a Wall Street group. He stressed closing tax loopholes for corporations and wealthy individuals, but many in the financial community thought his approach was more moderate and gradual than in his past statements. The Dow, which had been down nearly seven points Tuesday morning on news of higher interest rates and Price Commission refusal to grant auto price hikes, rebounded right after the midday speech Ralph Acampora of Harris, Upham & Co. said he thought favorable reaction to the speech was still helping the market today. Other analysts, such as Monte Gordon of Sartorius & Co., said the rise was due to "purely technical factors in the market." But Gordon 18 selected stocks Following are today's noon quotations of New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area as supplied to the Alton Telegraph by Newhard Cook & Co., from its Alton branch office. The New York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 p.m. (Alton Time), so these are not the closing quotations: Airco, Inc 19% AT & T 43% Clark Oil 18% General Motors 79% Grant (W.T.) Co. 37% Kresge (S.S.) Co 43 McDonnell Douglas 3514 Mobil Ofl 67% National Steel 39% Olin Corp 1714 Owens-Illinois 45 Penney (J.C.) Co 80 Sears 103% Shell Oil Co 48% Squibb Beechnut 101 Standard Oil (Ind.) .. Standard Oil (N.J.) .. U.S. Steel Livestock prices at East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. (AP) — Estimated receipts for Thursday: 4,000 hogs, 1,200 cattle and 100 sheep. Hog receipts 5,000 head; butchers 75-1.00 higher, sows 50-75 higher. US 1-3 200-250 Ib butchers 30.00-30.25; US 1-2 200-240 Ibs 30.50. US 1-3 300-350 Ib sows 27,50-28.00; 350-400 Ibs 26.50-27.00; 400-500 Ibs 26.2526.75; 5-600 Ibs 26.75-27.00. Boars 24.00 with weights under 350 Ibs 24.50. Cattle receipts 500 head; moderately active, small supply slaughter steers and heifers mostly steady. Cows steady to 50 lower and bulls steady. Slaughter steers: few choice 900-1100 Ibs yield grade 2-4 34.00-35.00; mixed good and choice 32.50-33.50; good 32.0032.50. Slaughter heifers: choice 800-950 Ibs yield grade 2-4 32.50-33.00; mixed good and choice 31.50-32.50; good 30.5031.50. Cows: utility and commercial 23.50-25.00, few Utility 25.50; cutter 23.00-24.50; canner 20.50-23.00. Bulls: utility, commercial and good 30.00-31.00, few 31.50. Vealers: choice 46.00-48.00; good 40.0044.00. Sheep receipts 200 head; steady. Choice and prime spring slaughter lambs 90-110 Ibs 28.50-29.00. Choice 27.0028.00. Utility to choice slaughter ewes 5.00-7.00. Eggs aud poultry at St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs, consumer grades: A large 3140. A medium 24-34, A small 1223 B, large 23-33; wholesale grades: large 22-25, standa r d 17-20, medium 12-15, unclassified b-10. Hens: heavy (6 Ibs. ml over) 9, medium (5-6 Ibs.) 6, leghorns 2. Ready-to-cooK broilers and fryers 29.25-29.7'; this week's delivery. conceded that McGovern had "reduced the image of a wild- eyed radical." Large-block trades of arotmd 200,000 shares eac.1 pushed Phillips Petroleum and Commonwealth Edison to the top of the Rig Board's most-active list. Phillips was up % to 35, while Commonwealth Edison was unchanged at 34%. Soybean futures advance 79% By ED DE MOCH CHICAGO (AP) - Com and soybeans futures advanced 2>^ cents a bushel under heavy export buying on the Chicago Board of Trade today. The trade theorized that the export interest was hedging sales of these commodities to some foreign countries. Wheat futures also were strong advancing 3 cents early, while oats moved up more than 1 cent. Soybean meal gained some 25 cents a ton and soybean oil advanced 10 points. Iced broilers were unchanged. Corn buying by export firms was strong with the opening bell. On the selling side were elevator interests and local professional. Commission house brokers acting for the public were on both sides. Oats moved independently higher under fair commercial buying. The prices in the soybean complex were mixed on the opening. As the export buying got under way, shortly thereafter early sellers were forced to cover. In the ensuing buying spree, prices moved in 14 and % leaps. Oil and meal trade was slower but fairly mixed. The strength in the wheat pit was influenced by a report that longshoremen will load Russian vessels with grain until an agreement is reached on how many U.S. vessels will be used. After the midway point, wheat was 2 to 3 cents higher, September 1.87%; corn was 1% to 2 cents higher, September 1.30%; oats were 14 to fa higher, September .7fl% cents and soybeans we-e unchanged to 2 cents higher, September 3.41i/ 2 . Busing order is challenged in Memphis MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — An antibusing group says it will file legal action and mount more demonstrations against court-ordered busing in the Memphis school system. The group, Citizens Against Busing, said Tuesday night it will go into U.S. District Court in Memphis and ask that a three-judge panel be appointed to determine the constitutionality of busing. At the same time, Ken Keele, chairman of the CAB board of directors, said his group "will take whatever action is necessary and oppose by any means possible" implementation of school busing. The CAB action comes in the wake of a 2-1 decision by the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati upholding an order by U.S. District Court Judge Robert McKae that busing of more than 14,000 students begin immediately. The appeals court also directed McRae to prepare a timetable for further desegregation. In all. about 60 schools are affected by the court order. The Memphis school system has 145,000 pupils. Memphis school officials said they will take no action until after the school board meets Thursday afternoon. "We are going to just wait and see what the board wants to do. whether to appeal it or whatever," School Supt. Gwrge Freeman said. Burglary F I E L D 0 N — Burglars Monday broke into the home of Terry \V. Wright of Rte. 1 hviv and look a television set valuwi at $140. two guitars valued at $205, a pair of '$30 boots, and a $25 clock radio, the Jersey County sheriff's office reponed. Llndell L. Cogswell, (54, of 3200 Morkell Drive, Godfrey, died at 5:30 a.m. today at Carlinville Area Hospital. Mr. Cogswell owned and operated a grocery store on the comer of Clausen and Edwards Sts. for 30 years and later worked in an Alton Kroger Store as a butcher for 17 years' He was born on Sept. 18, 1907 in Heltick and married the former Catherine Armhein in 1930 in Alton. Surviving are his widow, Catherine; a brother, Carl of Nilwood; and three sisters, M r s. Frank Gchrig of Nilwood, Mrs. Sadie Harms of Carlinville and Mrs. Sylvia Jenkings of Girard, 111.; nieces and nephews- Funeral arrangements are pending at Quinn and Son Funeral Home. Flowers E D W A R D S V I M, E — Funeral services for Pearl N. Flowers, 65, of 317 Jefferson, will be conducted at 11 a.m. Friday from the Fletcher Funeral home by Rev. J.K. Shelby, pastor of Mt. Joy Baptist Church, with burial to be in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. Visitation will be after 7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Mr. Flowers, who died of a heart attack Monday noon, was born July 16, 1907 at Brooksville, Miss., a son of the late George and Jane Jones Flowers. He was married in January of 1931 to Patti Harriston, who survives. He is also survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mamie Jane Warren and Mrs. Tim Ott- bridge, both of South Bend, Ind.; a brother, James, of Jacksonville, Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Magnolia Dobison of Mobile, Ala.; 15 .grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren He was a member of the Prairie Grove Baptist Church of Brooksville, Miss, and a veteran of World War II. Wieseman BUNKER HILL—Henry Jacob Wiesman, 71, a retired farmer of 'iiral Bunker Hill, died at 4:21 a.m. today at Country View Nursing Home In Gillespie. He was born Aug. 27, 1901 in Moro Township and married the former Josephine Frey on Oct. 2, 1925. Surviving are his widow, Josephine; two sons, Roy and Lloyd, both of Bunker Hill; a daughter, Mrs. Paul (Vera) Lockyer of Bunker Hill; four grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Jennie Rose of Bunker Hill; and four brothers, William, Al and Otto, all of Bunker Hill and George of Worden. He was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church in Bunker Hill and the Macoupin County Farm Bureau. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Thursday at the Jacoby- Wise Funeral Home and after 11:30 a.m. Friday at the Zion Lutheran Church, where funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday. Burial will be in Bunker Hill City Cemetery. The American Cancer Society ban been named as a memorial. before moving to New York. He was born in Jackson. Tenn., on Nov. 22, 1929 and married the former Alice Risby. He had attended schools in Tennessee. Surviving are his widow. Alice; seven daughters, Mrs. Mary L. Stork, Mrs. Mozie Washpun, Mrs. Linda Rosa, Mrs. Virginia Rosa, Miss Gwendolyn Broyld and Mis? Debra Ann Broyld, all of Rochester, and Miss Casanclra Broyld of Jackson, Tenn.: eight sons, Conyer Jr., Willie E. of Bell, Tennessee, Dennis, and Gary L. both -of Rochester, Johnnie B., Lorcnza and Willie, all of Jackson, Tenn.; a brother, Michael Sanders of Alton: three sisters, Mrs. Frankie Brantley of Oakland, Calif., Mrs. Leora Cole and Mrs. Lillic Stecle, both of Alton; 23 grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Anderson Funeral Home, where funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Alton Community Church of Christ with the Rev. Henry S. Connors, pastor, officiating. Burial will be Alton Cemetery. ANNOUNCEMENTS Legal 1 5R81 4CG4 — 31 INVITATION FOR BIDS The Madison County Housing Authority will receive bids at Its Central Office located at Market and vVnshltiRton Streets, Mndlson, Illinois, until 2:00 p.m., C.D.S.T., on . 1972, for the pur- Pickup Truck with September 5th, chase of a i^-To a trade-In of a 1961 Ford %-Ton Pickup Truck. The Authority reserves the right to rc|ect any and all bids. For further information and bidding documents contact: Anna-May Moore. Executive in Upper Behme Broyld Conyer Broyld Sr., 42, of Rochester, N. Y. and formerly of Alton, died at 1:30 a.m. Sunday at the Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville, Tenn. Mr. Broyld was employed as an operator at a steel mill in Rochester, N.Y. He had lived in Alton for 14 years Doctors challenge claim vasectomy is health danger CARLINVILLE - The Rev. Dr. Robert Baumann conducted funeral services at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Wiese- Anderson Funeral Home for Henry C. Behme, 83, who died 1888 and farmed in Brushy Mound Township. He was born -on Nov. 18, 1888 and farmed in Bruhs Mound Township most of his life. Surviving are his widow, Clara Mae, whom he married Nov. 3, 1914; seven daughters, Mrs. Lela Robinson, Mrs. Iva Loveless, Mrs. Verna K n u d s o n , Mrs. Myrtle Kerrick, Mrs. Irene Peacock, Mrs. Stella Coffee and Mrs. Esther Sagerburg; four sons, Henry V., Floyd A., Edwin A. and Carl A.; 31 grandchildren; 21 great- grandchildren and one great- grandchild. Director Madison County Hous- Ins Authority Legal 4flfi6 — Aug. 30. Sept. 6 1,3, '72 !_ CLAIM NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY, PROBATE DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ANNA E. THOLE, DECEASED. No. 72-P-427 Notice Is given of the death of the above. Date Letters Were Issued: August 25, 1972. Executor: W. Earl Baker of 430D Chantcl Dr., Alton. Illinois. Attorney: Bruce Quackenbush of Alton, Illinois. Claims against the estate may be filed In the office of the Circuit Court, Probate Division, County Courthouse In Edwurdsvllle. Illinois, within 7 months from date of Issuance of letters; and any claim not so filed Is barred ns to the estate inventoried within that period. Also, copies of claims must be mailed or delivered to the executor and to the attorney. WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court Legal 4907 — Aug. 30, Sept. 6, 13, 1972 NOTICE Public Notice Is hereby given that on August 25th. A.D. 1972, a certificate was filed In the Office of the County Clerk of Madison County, Illinois, setting forth the names and addresses of all of the persons own- Ing, conducting and transacting the business known as F & M Body and Paint, located at Rt. 162 W , Troy, Illinois. Dated this 25th day of August, A.D 1972 EULALIA HOTZ County Clerk. Legal 4968 — Aug. 30, Sept. 6, 13, 1972 — NOTICE Public Notice Is hereb on August 25th, A.D. 19'._, cate was filed In the Office of the County Clerk of Madison County. Illinois, setting forth the names and addresses of all of the persons own- Ing, conducting and transacting the business known as ECONOMY BOAT ANNOUNC Cord of ? — 30 - PAUL WEESE Paul Weese, wls our relatives, m Curdle Hts. Bapt Lolard Simmons Hospital, Or Rob Funeral Home, F 55,3, all those w food, assisted In In Mem 1 — 30 IN MEMORY OF J who passed awaj day. Sadly mlsi Wife and < IN LOVING MEM len Brown who p ago today, August Like a ship that' And sails bravelj So someone dear In calm serenlt But there's prom Than earth can h For God has pla beyond the un Sadly mis; Butch Atti :EMENTS \ thanks 2 The family of les to thnnk all ighbors, friends, 1st Church, Rev. St. Anthony's irt Elliott, Marks allbearers Local ho sent flowers, any way. oriam 3 OHN E. JACOBY, 7 years ago toed by hlUIren ORY of Mary El- Jssed away 2 yrs. 30, 1970. left Its mooring, out to sea, has sailed away r, se, a greater Joy, ave In store, rcned a richer life seen shore, ed by her son, rberry & Family French History ACROSS 43 Australian I Napoleonic 46 Thick soup* marshal 43 Spanish 6 Father of article Charlemagne 49 Follower 11 Nobleman (suffix) 13 Get around 50 Jacob's 14 Stylish 15 Surfeits 16 Aid 17 Word of M rrtvlom tanto Personals 7 7 — TF Mon.-Wef-Frl. SERIOUSLY, FOLKS—We have the Finest selection of Mobile Homes In the Midwest. Storeyland Mobile Homes. 7 — Sept. 28 PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Call Birthright of Madison County, 1-S18-4S3-0825. An Alternative to abortion! confidence respected! DEAR JOHN: iuy me that new home In Huntlnjjton Park and I'll come back. Call Bill at 466-1544. STATE REALTY. 7 — 18-23-30 i LISTEN! Don't make a tnove until you learn how only $60 down can give you a horrtc of your own! DIAL 466-6500 ANYTIME DAV OR NIGHT. JUN CONSTRUCTION CO. brother (Bib.) 54 Near East vehicle 56 Merchants negation 19 Cardinal'* river insigne 60 Biblical 20 Strict, unkind country 23 Chemical 61 Shabbily suffixes dressed 9 Most suitable nickname 10 Cozy places 37 Individual 59 West African n Word of scorni 39 Group of 12 Article of belief 18R»wittetal 21 Old cloth 24 Flay division 62Single-e«fl*d 22 Compete 27 Liquid organism 24 Turkish DOWN 2ft Parson bird battle rite , 28 Watering 81 Animal fluMta measures 29 Charles de 31 Brazilian estuary 35 Masculine nickname 38 French revolutionary leader 42 Nevertheless 1 Boy, man 2 Soviet river hives 40Hard-shelkd fruit 41 Waste allowance* 43 Dashes 44——• dignitary Antoinette "^"^SSSSWi 3 Frolics , 4 Upward J^** (comb* xoftt) 80 CODUQCUCl 5 Scatter hay .82 Some 6 Annoy 33 European 7 Girl's rant dew 8 Disease 34 At the stem (comb, form) 36 Masculine 52 Parched 53 Free nation (ab.) 85 Furniture item 57 Male sheep 581 love (Latin) Lynn WASHINGTON (AP) — A claim by a New York pathologist that the birth-control vasectomy operation can cause permanent sterility and other health problems has been challenged by two doctors who specialize in the operation. Dr. John Bernard Henry of Syracuse, N.Y., told a meeting here Tuesday that preliminary studies suggest that vasectomies can increase chances of contracting diseases such as multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthriti. But Dr. Robert S. Gould of Welltsley, Mass., said in response to Henry's report that, "It has not been our experience in the many thousands of vasectomies we have performed, nor has it been the experience nationwide, that any clinical illness follows vasectomy." Dr. Gould is a urologist and medical director of National Vasectomy Services in Cleveland and Cincinnati. Also questioning the Henry report was Dr. Fletcher Der- rick, chief urologist at George W a s h i n g to n University Hospital and a specialist in vasectomies. He said the evidence is "too circumstantial to allow relating any disease to vasectomies," and also for permanent sterility. He said there have been occasional cases—perhaps as few as two out of a million vasectomies—where patients later "show some sort of illness— such as arthritic, thromboembolic (blood- clotting) or abscess." Dr. Henry, in his presentation before the International Transfusion Congress sponsored by the American Association of Blood Banks, cautioned that his findings were preliminary and inconclusive, and said he hoped it would not end vasectomy operations. He also urged additional study. The vasectomy operation is a simple surgery in which the two tiny ducts that carry the male spermatazoa are closed off to cause temporary sterility. JERSEYVILLE—Miss Nyle Lee Lynn, 26, of 704 S. Prairie St., Jerseyville, died at 7 a.m. today at Jersey Community Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient one week. She was born Oct. 28, 1945 in Jerseyville, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Lynn of Jerseyville. For several years she worked as a nurses aid at the Jerseyville Hospital. Surviving are her parents; two brothers, Donald of Alton and -Jerald of Carlinville; a sister, Mrs. Paul Turner of Granite City; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. Lynn of Jerseyville and Mrs. Sylvia McCauley of Jerseyville. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the J a c o b y Brothers Funeral Home in Jerseyville with her uncle the Rev. Paul E. Lynn of Pleasant Hill officiating. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. *y given that 972, a certifl Fischer, Spassky play 20th game of series By ANDREW TORCIIIA KEYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) — The 20th game In the world chess championship continues today with the kibitzing grandmasters predicting another draw or just possibly a win for Boris Spassky. Spassky, fighting stubbornly to hold onto the title everyone expects him to lose, blunted an attack by Bobby Fischer Tuesday in the early stages of the game and then slowly squeezed the American challenger in a long endgame that adjourned in the 40th move. The Russian clearly was trying hard for the win he needed to stay in the match. Fischer, leading 11-8, needs only IVi more points to take the title, while Spassky needs four points to retain it. With a win counting a point and a draw half a point for each player, Fischer needs only a win and a draw or three draws. But Spassky must win at latest three of the remaining games and draw the other two. Fischer, playing ihe white pieces, opened with his iavunte pawn to king four for the fifth time in the match. Spassky chose the Sicilian Defense, which gives black good counter - attacking chances. The game was guided into the Rauzer Variation and the players castled on opposite sides of the board — often the signal for fierce pawn assaults on the kings. Fischer controlled more space, and Spassky was content with a cramped but solid development. Instead of pawn storms, piece exchanges followed. Fischer's attack spent itself before the 20th move, alhough he kept a rook planted deep in Russian territory. STREEPER Funeral Home 1620 WASHINGTON Wide By location— World Wide By Association Alton, Wood River, Bethalto STORE, located at 307 Henry Street, Alton, Illinois. Dated this 25th day of August, A.D. 1972 EULALIA HOTZ County Clerk. Legal 4938—Aug. 16 23 30 '72 PUBLICATION NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS GERMANIA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a corporation, (Formerly GERMANIA SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION), vs. LONN1E WHITE, LELA GREEN (Formerly LELA WHITE), CITY OF ALTON, a Municipal Corporation of the State of Illinois, and MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, a Municipal Corporation as Trustee, FORECLOSURE—Case No 72-E-145 Requisite Affidavit for Publication having been filed, notice is hereby given to you, LONNIE WHITE, Defendant in an action now pending In the Circuit Court for the Third Judicial Circuit, Madison County, Illinois, by the said Plaintiff, GERMANIA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a corporation, praying for foreclosure of the following described property to-wit: A tract of land in Block Thirty- five (35) In Hull's Subdivision of a part of Hunter's North Liberty Addition to Alton, described as follows, to-wlt: Beglning at a point in the Northeasterly line of Hampton Street 140 feet Southeasterly from the Intersection of the said Northeasterly line of Hampton Street with the Southeasterly line of Fletcher Street; thence from said beginning point Southeasterly along the Northeasterly line of Hampton Street 40 feet to a point; thence Northeasterly and at right angles to Hampton Street 100 feet to a point thence Northwesterly and parallel with Hampton Street 40 feet to a point; thence Southwesterly and at right angles to Hampton Street 100 feet to the place of beginning. Said above described tract of land being known as Lot Forty five (45) In Block Number Thirty-five (35) In Mack's Subdivision of Hunter's North Liberty Addition to Alton; Situate In the City of Alton, County of Madison and State of Illinois. Commonly known as 918 Hampton, Alton, Illinois. and for other relief; that summons was duly issued out of said Court against you as provided by law, and that said suit is still pending. NOW, THEREFORE, unless you, LONNIE WHITE, Defendant, file your Answer therein In the said Circuit Court for the Third Judicial Circuit, Madison County, Illinois, held In the Courthouse In Edwards- vllle, Illinois, on or before the 18th day of September, 1972, default may be entered against you at any time after that day and a Decree entered in accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. Dated this llth day of August, A.D., 1972. WILLARD V. PORTELL Circuit Clerk. Attorneys for Plaintiff: Hoagland, Maucker, Bernard & Almeter 401 Alton Street Alton, Illinois 62002 Telephone: (618) 465-7745 Legal 4939 — Aug. 16-23-30 '72 NOTICE OF SALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS STATE BANK OF EAST ALTON, an Illinois Banking Corporation, Plaintiff—vs—EVA LOUISE VANDIVER. CALVIN VANDIVER, MARILOU VANDIVER, individually, and d/b/a PARAGON CLEANERS, MERCANTILE ALL-IN-ONE LOANS, INC.. a corporation, and UNKNOWN OWNERS, Defendants. FORECLOSURE—NO. 72-E-73 Public notice Is hereby given In pursuance to a Decree made and entered by said Court in the above entitled cause on the llth day of August, 1972, Thomas Gibbons, Associate Circuit Judge, or his successor, will, on the 8th day of September, 1972, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon at the Main Street front door of the Courthouse Building In Edwardsvllle, Illinois, County of Madison, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, all and singular, the following described premises and real estate, in said Decree mentioned, situate In the County of Madson, State of Illinois, and described as follows, to-wit: Lot Number Two Hundred eight in STERLING, a Subdivision in the North Half of Section 21 in Township 5 North, Range 9 West of the Third Principal Meridian, as the same appears from plat thereof recorded in the Recorder's Office of Madison County, Illinois In Plat Book 10. Page 52. Commonly known as 308 McCasland, East Alton, Illinois. DATED this llth day of August, A.D., 1972. M. S. HISCOTT (SEAL) Associate Circuit Judge Hoagland, Maucker, Bernard and Almeter Attorneys for Plaintiff •101 Alton Street Alton, Illinois 62002 Telephone: (618) 465-7745 7A — 30 HAPPY BIRTHDAY MIKE SNYDER 7A — 30 i . HAPPY BIRTHDAY MAW — Love, Paw, Linda, Ditve. Melanle, Willie and Joe. 7A — 30 — . HAPPINESS IS BEING NEAR YOU, BROWN EYES. Happy Birthday, Margie. With All My Love, David. 7A — 30 HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY J. B. From someone you know R. B. 7A — 30 1 . HAPPY BIRTHDAY — To the best dad ever. Love, Chris, Barb, an<l Al. Rummage & Garage Sales 8 GARAGE SALE;—175 Grand, Wood River. Clothing, furniture, dishes, records. 31st, 1st and 2nd. YARD SALE f Thurs.-Frl., 8:30 a.m. Boys size i 12. clothing. Trundle bed, chest of drawers, toys 6016 Boyd, Godfrey. 8 — 30 -i , AVON, new and old, still In box, ANNOUNCEMENTS Rummage & Garage tales 8 8 — 30 GARAGE SALE — 208 Brown St., Meadowbrook. Tues., Wed. and Thurs. Nice clothing, misc. & antiques. 8 — 30 FOUR FAMILY BACKYARD SALE — All sizes, womens and nice back- to-school childrens clothing. Baby furniture, dishes, 214 Reller, Roxana, west of Central or 111 Highway. No presales. Priced to sell, everything going. Thursday, 95. 8 1 Thurs. only, 9 South Roxana ' — 30 til ? 937 Sinclair, BASEMENT SALE—Thursday, August 31, 8:30 to 3 p.m. Big bargains. Loretto Home, 417 Prospect. COUNTRY YARD SALE ~— One mile past Plasa creek bridge, route 100, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 8 8 — 31 i YARD SALE—Thursday & Friday. 705 Reed, off of Wood River Ave. Everything from Ic to $5. GARAGE SALE—146 Cottage, Cottage Hills. 259-7407. Wednesday thru Friday. 9-8. 8 — 30 1 BACKYARD SALE — Good clothing, boys, girls, , Ice-cream chairs, dishes, miscellaneous items. 16 E. Delmar, North Alton, 5 blocks East Variety Donut Shop. Thursday, 31st. 8 — 31 , YARD SALE — Lady's & boy's coats & suits, and other miscellaneous Items. 235 S. Oak, Cottage Hills. 8 — 31 r GARAGE SALE—79J Condlt, Wood River (1 block, west of high school). Thursday and iFrlday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Baby's and girl's clothing, jolly jumper, gamesT etc. 8 — 30 1 BASEMENT SALE — Avon Sellout, most recent items, dog pipe, precious owl. also clothes, Maternity 18, baby sho4s, bath, chairs, and clothes to size 2. Miscellaneous. 3301 Hlllcrest. 8—5 1 BASEMENT-SALE—Tools, furniture, glassware, appliances, misc. 9 to 5. Tuesday thru Saturday. 1704 South Rodgers Ave., Alton. 8 — 30 1 MOVING SALp: — Wednesday, 9-7 Quality baby, to large size clothing. Books, toys, much, much more. 3500 Bloomer Dr., off Beltline at Bloomer Drive. j — 30 T CLEAN YOUR ATTIC — All Items wanted. Antiques, anything. For Information call 259-3411. 8 — 30 . YARD SALE-i-Wednesday & Thursday, 9-5. Antiques, school desk, dishes, clothes, yard ornaments, and so forth,. 1318 Miland, Wood River. 8 — Sept. 1 YARD SALE — Thursday and Friday, 10 til 5, 3 Family. Clothing, magazines, Avon products, lamps, misc. Items. Stamper Lane, Godfrey, near Monticello Plaza. Lots of parkins space. 8 — 31 GARAGE SALE — 749 East Woodland, Rosewood Heights, Thursday and Friday, 9 'til 5, clothing, for infants, thru adults, and Misc. 8 — 31 YARD SALE—Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., 9 to 6. '37 Ford truck, appliances, clothing, dishes, jars, furniture, hand-made items. No. 9 Magnolia. East Alton, Ivy Hts. 8 — 30 HUGE YARD SALE — 560 Leslie, 2 blocks behind Albrecht Chev., Wed., Thurs. 8 — Sept 1 GARAGE SALE — 4 family. Little of everything. 618 St. Anthony (Villa Marie) Godfrey. 10 to 6, Thurs., Frl,, Sat. .A — I IDE WANTED from Alton to vicinity of Lambert Field from 9 til 6. 'Call 4G5-0302 after 5 p.m. : - 31 NOTICE TO AUTOMOBILE DEALERS he village of Roxana will receive bids for the 1973 Automobile for JOlice duty with a 1971 Chevrolet :o be traded In. Specifications may >e obtained at the Roxana Police tatlon. Bids must be received icfore 7 p.m. Sept. 19, at which :lme they will be opened at the Roxana Village Board. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids. James L. Gornall, Village Clerk. 31 FAMILY CARPORT SALE — Thursday, Friday and Saturdaj 6004 Tlmberlane, Plasa Hills, 3! hp Elgin outboard motor, $50, Be,, and Howell Dual 8 mm projector and screen, $50, lamps, misc. items, clothing, 5 year old Encyclopedia Britannica, with year books up to 1972, $400 value $75. 8 _ l GIGANTIC YARD SALE—All sizes, boys, girls, men, women and baby clothing. Antiques, bicycles, Jars, miscellaneous Items too numerous to mention. 420 4th St., Bethalto (between W. Central and Mill St.). Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 8:30-7. Societies and Lodges 0 — 31 BETHALTO LODGE NO. 406 AF & AM — Special meeting Thursday, Aug. 31, 7:15 p.m. M.M. Degree, Visiting brethren welcome. Refresh ment. JERRY V. WRAY SR., W. M, CARPORT SAI.E — Complete bed- rojin set, sp'as, chairs, tables, lamps, some antiques, baby needs, many other Items. Thurs., Frl., Sat. 9-5 p.nj. 1202 Rock Spring Drive, Alton. 8 - 30 1 HUGE CARPORT SALE — Wfd- nesday & Thursday. Clothing, Avon, books, (bottles, depression. Household & miscellaneous. 657 Mary Dr. | across from Civic Memorial All port 1 — 31 YARD SALE-317 Rohm, Roxana, 9-2. Thursday and Friday. Adults and children' i clothing. 8 — 30 5 FAMILY SALE — Electronic activator. Tape! cassette. Projector, Avon, golf clubs, cart, dishes, clothing, shofs, coats, dehumidlfier, many otherji. Wed., Thurs., 9-6. 1331 West Cprbin, Bethalto 8—30 1 ' YARD SALE- r 5 family. Aug. 29 thru Sept. 1st. Tuesday. 12-7. Wed. 11-5. Thursday, Fj-lday 11-8. Good school clothing. Miscellaneous. New things added daily. 449 Sheridan. Bethalto. 8 — 30 BOY'S CLOTHING — Size 2-4. Miscellaneous lurns. Sale will continue all week. I nile east of Fosterburg on Dorsey Rpad. 6-TF - GARAGE Evening Telegraph. Pickup Classified D< >k. 8 — Sept. 27 Card of Thanks Z 2 — 30 WE WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS our sincere thanks to Dr. Manns, Nurses, and nurses aids, Alnn Memorial Hospital and our many friends for their kindness during the illness and death of our mother, Mrs Llllie Gauntt. Mrs. La Wanda Hawkins and Miss Jewell Gamut. FREE SALE sign with each advortisemei t placed In Alton at CHURCH NEjEDS—And will pick up clothing, furniture, books, anything ot value. 466-6857. 466-5421, 4C6-G132. Elm Struct I resbyterlan. Lost—Strayed—Stolen 10 10 TO MAN DRIVING a white Old station wagon, taking wallet from Fish and Chips, return wallet and all contents. I have your llccns number. 10 — 31 FEMALE SHORT-HAIRED ST. BER NARD — Lost Saturday, Spring haven. May be trying to get to Alton. Wearing brownish, red col lar. Answers to name "Dawn. 1 Very friendly, very gentle 462-5652 Notices 11 EMPLOYMENT 2 — 30 WE WOULD LIKE to tuke this means of thanking all our relatives, /riend.s find nei^Jibors who were so kind iluring our recent bereave- muni. Kspecially Kev. Krebs. Gent Funeral Home, organist, pallbearers. Senior CliUtns of Bethulto, Rev. Simmons, Doctors, Nurses at Memorial Hospital, all those who sent food, cards, flowers, or assUt- .rles Creeling. I activ ivuu, ^.diua, tiund ed in any way. The Family of Char] 11 — 30 NOTICE—From this day forward will no longer be responsible fo any debts contracted by anyon other than myself. Don P. Boyer 524 W. Central, Bethalto. Aug. 26 1972. 11 — 31 SOMETHING DIFFERENT — Cera mlc party, come as you are. Fre refreshments. Drawing for doo prize. Public invited. Sept. 1. A Day. Norma Kemp. 110 Cambridg Road, Brighton. Phone 372-375:. Take Brown Road-pass Landon' Lake—follow signs. EMPLOYMENT Sales Assistant to Product Manager National selling steel distributor, located 45 miles northeast of St. Louis, Mo. Seeks aggressive, career minded man- Successful applicant would start as an assistant, advance to sales and beyond, depending on ability to produce results. WRITE BOX 1000 c/e ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ANNOUNCEMENTS Riders 11A EDUCATIONAL Local Instruction 13 3 — Oct. 4 3 RIVATE HIGH SCHOOL — Junior high tutoring, Certified teacher, all subjects, especially math and sciences. 465-0252. Music. Dancing, Drama 14 4 — Sept. 6 NDIVIDUAL PIANO LESSONS OFFERED—$1.50. Mrs. Zieboid Ph. 402-9597. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted 7 — 1 _ BABYSITTER — In Glendale Gardens or Roxana area. Two children, one In Kindergarten. From 6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 259-0156. WANTED—Babysitter, part-time. 2 boys, school age, 9 and 13. Cottage Hills area. Call after 6 p.m. 259-0229. 7 — 31 — FEMALE—For telephone work and light delivery. Must know Alton streets. Apply in person at 713 Washington, Immediately. 7 — 2 — BABYSITTER WANTED—2-year-old. My home. Own transportation. Wed., Thurs., Fri., 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. So. Roxana. 254-2812. i7 — 30 IELP WANTED — To clean house. $2 hour, own transportation. 2591300. 7 — 28 30 — RETAIL MANAGER — Expanding company looking for aggressive retail people. Salary open. 465-4261. Mr. DeVer. Data Placement, Illinl Building, Alton. 17 - 30 WANT TO WORK A LITTLE? — meals for older person, on a part time basis. Experience In the care of elderly helpful. Stay 1 or 2 nlfiltts per week in private residence desirable. Call Mrs. Going, 465-liD)0. 7 — 31 _1_ BABYSITTER WANTED — In my home. Mon. thru Friday. Must have own transportation. )8 or over. Call after 3:00 p.in 462-4137. 17 — 31 — YOUNG MAN FOR STEADY WORK In maintenance depl. for nursing home. Apply 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at 2349 Vlrden, Alton. 17 — 2 BABYSITTER WANTED — 18 or over. My home. Shift work. 2 preschool children. 465-1741. 17 — 28 30 ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT — Degree accounting or business. Prefer experience with banking or savings & Loan. To $11,400. Fee paid. Mr. Davis, 465-4261. Data Placement Systems, Alton. 17 . 31 HAIRDRESSER — Part or full time. For Information phone 462-6564 or after 6, 466-3293. 17 — 31 PART TIME DRIVER — For deliveries to Belleville and Alton. Number of days to be decided in Interview. Hours Involved, 6:30 e.m to g:30 a.m., 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Transportation, expenses furnished by company. Only your time Involved. Ideal for SIU student. Cull 405-8880 for additional Information. EMPLOYMENT EXCEPTIONAL SALES OPPORTUNITY International organization needs men to service and Increase established accounts ARK YOU Age 21 or over, aggressive, ambitious and bondable? IF YOU QUALIFY WE GUARANTEE Two weeks expense paid training, $700 month to start, unlimited advancement opportunity. ACT TODAY TO INSURE TOMORROW Call for personal interview, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 9 am to 7 pm, Mr. Haywood, 618-462-1011

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