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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1963 Obituaries Mueller George Ixniis Mueller, 76 onetime operator of an Alton shoe repair shop, died at 10:30 a.m. today at St. Joseph's Hospital, where lie had been a !or fivr weeks. Friends may rail at Burke Fn nernl Home after 3 p.m. Thursday and the rosary will he recited there at 8 p.m. the same day. Funeral rites will he conducted at St. Patrick's Church at 9 a.m. Friday and burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Mueller, a native- of Germany, was brought to this country at the age of five by his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Muel' ler. His father was a glassblower and Mueller himself became a glassblower's apprentice at the age of 13. When automatic machinery did away with hand blow'• ing, he opened a shoe repair shop at the corner of Union and Ridge Streets, operating the place for 28 years. He retired in 1919 and for a time assisted a son, Dr. George L. Mueller Jr., in the operation of an animal hospital on ' College Avenue. On Aug. 12, 1912 was married to Helen V. Ott at Edwardsville. She died in 1941. He is survived by two children, i. Dr. Mueller, now of Levittown, ',, Pa., and Mrs. Gordon C. Keirle of Florissant, Mo., with whom he resided in recent years. A brother, .Louis H. Mueller of Dearborn, V Mich., also survives. Ely ID ill health since 1956, Mrs. r - Myrtle May Ely, 66, of 2173 Fern- .wood Place, died at 7:40 p.m. ^Tuesday in Main Street .Nursing Home. She entered the nursing home Aug. 16. Mrs. Ely had lived at the Fernwood place home since 1945 and prior to that on Lincoln street, in Cottage Hills. * The former Myrtle May Bridge" man, she was born May 3, 1897, at Jerseyville, to the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bridgeman. v Mrs. Ely had been married "twice and both husbands died previously. She was first married to Fred C. Sunderland, who < died in 1951, and later was mar.: tied to John Ely. Survivors are old Sunderland, Wood River, and Charles Sunderland, Alton, children of her first marriage; two sisters, Mrs. George Underwood and Mrs. Joseph Crane, Alton; four brothers, Charles and John Bridgeman, Godfrey; Curtis, Alton, and George, and six grandchildren. Mrs. Ely was a member of First General Baptist Church, Wood River, and pastor of the church, the Rev. Jesse J. Gibson, will conduct rites Friday at 10 a.m. in Gent Chapel. Burial f will be in Alton Cemetery. I Visiting hours at the chapel will I be after 6 p.m. Thursday. Blanche Strouch, Springfield, and Mrs. Let ha Wnlling, Quincy, and eight grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conduct- d Friday at 2 p.m. in Jacohy Bros. Funeral Home by the Rev. IIfirry Frazer. Burial will be in I less Cemetery. Visiting hours at the funeral home will be after 2 p.m. Thursday. Hoffman Funeral rites will be conducted Thursday at 1 p.m. in Staten Chapel for Edward A. Hoffman, 82, who died Tuesday night in Main Street Nursing Home. Mr. Hoffman, a retired tailor, and former resident of Mt. Vernon, had lived in Alton since 1946. The Rev. Elzy F. Brown, pastor of First Church of God, will conduct the rites at the chapel and at Valhalla Memorial Park where interment will take place. Visiting hours at the chapel will be from 10 a.m. Thursday until time of the funeral. Harvotich Rites At St. Bernard's A Requiem High Mass was sung Tuesday at 10 a.m. in St. Bernard's Church, Wood River, for John Harvotich, retired American Oil Co. employe. The Rev. Father Patrick Morrow was celebrant of the Mass and officiated at committal rites in Woodland Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Leo Militello, Dan Krpan, Michael Percich, John Vidokovich, Rudy Falica and Joe Falica Sr. Cummings \ JERSEYVILLE — Ross K. ; Cummings, 56, died at 4 p.m. • Tuesday at his home in Carroll/ ton. ; A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cummings, he was born iJune 19, 1907, in Jersey Coun- ! ty. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. ; Dollie Cummings; a son, Michael, Carrollton; three step - sons, Charles Krueger, Carrollton; William Decker, U.S. Army, stationed in Greece, and Jack Decker, Hartford, Conn., a daughter, Shirley; a step-daughter, Mary Grace Kruse, Brighton; a brother, Emmett, Pearl; two sisters, Mrs. WE INVITE COMPARISON We Are Proud of Our • ESTABLISHMENT • FACILITIES • SERVICE • MODERATE COSTS Tremmel Interment In Valhalla Park Funeral rites for Jacob M Tremmel, retired Standard O i Co., employe, were conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Burke Fun era! Home by the Rev. Rober C. Kemper, pastor of First Con gregational Church. Burial wai in Valhalla Memorial Park. Pallbearers were Jack Davey William Bleem, Harry Maas, Lester Parker, and Everett Kahl. Wolkovitch Burial In Alton Cemetery Wuth the Rev. Theodorius Lazor, Russian Orthodox priest, officiating, funeral rites for Vasilie Ivan Wolkovitch, retired American Smelting & Refining Co., employe, were conducted at 10 a.m. today in Smith Funeral Home, Alton. Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were Michael Waide, Joseph Waide, Paul Waide, Frank Bosoluke, Stanley Bosoluke, and John Pln- kowski. To Release British Spy Report LONDON (AP) — The British government unveils its best seller of the year tonight — Lord Denning's 50,000-word report on the Profumo scandal. Politicians sharpened their knives for a new round in the long battle over former War Minister John Profumo's affair with prostitute Christine Keeler. The government printing office made unprecedented arrangements to open its headquarters in central London half an hour after midnight for early buyers. The cost will be seven shillings sixpence — $1.05. Denning, 64, a High Court judge, produced his report after a 12- week investigation, including interviews with more than 140 witnesses ranging from Prime Minister Macmillan to prostitutes. Denning's chief task was to determine if the Profumo-Keeler affair involved any security leaks. Christine at the time was sharing her bed also with Capt. Yevgeny Ivanov, an assistant Soviet naval attache. The identity of many of the witnesses indicated the judge extended his inquiry into rumors lhat the sex life of other government figures matched Pro- Services 1 p.m. Thursday in the Chapel. Rev. C. H. Collisson officiating. Burial in Godfrey Cemetery. In state at the Chapel. MYRTLE MAY ELY Services 10 a.m. Friday in the Chapel. Rev. Jesse J. Gibson officiating. Burial in Alton City Cemetery. In state at the Chapel after 6 p.m. Thursday. News of Grains Futures Go Firm CHICAGO (AP)—Talk of a deal to sell largo amounts of U.S. grains to Russia finned grain futures on thr Board of Trade today. Laic this afternoon, prices for most futures were up sharply. Carlot receipts today wore estimated at: wheat 5 cars corn 37, oats 2, rye 2, barley 6, soybeans 27. CHICAGO (AP)—No wheat or oats sales. Corn No 2 yellow 1.38V 2 ; sample grade yellow 1.3035. Soybeans No 1 yellow 2.79%. Soybean oil 9%a. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP)—(USDA)—Hogs 8,000; weak to 25 lower; 190-260 lb barrows and gilts 15.50-16.25; sows 275-600 lb 13.50-15.35. Cattle 2,000; calves 300; steers and heifers steady to 25 higher; good to prime steers 22.00-24.25; heifers good to choice 21.00-23.50; utility and commercial cows 13.0015.50; utility and good bulls 16.5017.50; few head choice vealers 28.00-30.00. Sheep 500; lambs few sales barely steady to weak; good to choice lambs 17.50-19.00; cull to good ewes 5.00-6.00. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP)—Eggs and live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades A large 38, A medium 34, A small 20-21, B large 33-34, wholesale grades, standard 33-34, unclassified farm run 26-27, checks 20-24 Hens, heavy 16, light over 5 Ibs 8-9, under 5 Ibs 6%-7%, commercial broilers and fryers 15%-16^ Quebec Government Probe Under Way QUEBEC (AP) — An investigation of purchases by Quebec Province's former Union Nationale government has resulted in charges of fraud and conspiracy involving a total of $309,000 in government funds. Charges were filed Tuesday against former colonization minister J.D. Begin; former highway minister Antonio Talbot; legislative councillor Gerald Martineau; Alfredy Hardy, former director of government purchasing, and Arthur Bouchard, a Quebec city businessman. Union Nationale, a party confined to Quebec, was defeated by the Liberals in the June 1960 provincial election. Sues Laundry for Coloring Shorts MINNEAPOLIS (AP)—A housewife brought into court a pair of her husband's shorts, dyed pink, in pressing her suit for $33 against a coin-operated laundry. Mrs. Robert Wallien complained also that shirts, socks and towels were dyed pink in the public washer. She said she had gone to do some shopping and could only guess that someone had tossed a red rug, or such, into her laundry for a free wash. The laundry owner denied responsibility. The judge took the claim under advisement. Farm Roundup Recreation Taking the Place of Farm Lands LICENSED DETECTIVE — Legal photography. W. E. BUrt, 2008 Washington Ave., Alton. 465-7350. News of Stocks Market Declines NEW YORK (AP)—After surging into new high ground, the stock market receded to lower prices late this afternoon in a welter of profit taking. Trading was heavy. Volume for the day was estimated at 7 million shares compared with 5.53 million Tuesday. With the ticker tape running six minutes late, stocks retreated on a broad front. Chrysler, up more than 2 at the start, showed a loss of nearly a point. AT&T held only a fraction of an early 2-point rise. Xerox dropped 9, Polaroid 7, Control Data and U.S. Smelting 5 each and IBM 2. A drop in car sale figures from a year ago by General Motors was reported and GM was off a fraction. The Dow Jones industrial average at 2 p.m. was off 4.16 at 741.80. Prices were mixed on the American Stock Exchange. Corporate and U.S. government bonds showed slight change. Prices on 16 Mutual Funds Following is a list of 16 mutual investment fund stock quotations provided to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook Co. through its Alton office. These stocks are selected on the basis of their sales and ownership in the area. The quotations are yesterday's closing. Issue. Bid. Asked. Affil. Fund 8.41 9.10 Broad St 14.67 15.86 Bullock 14.08 15.43 Capit. Shrs 11.90 13.05 Divid Shrs 3.58 3.92 Fid. Cap 9.56 10.39 Fid. Fund 16.96 18.34 Fid. Tr 15.94 17.33 Fund Inv 10.27 11.25 Keystone K-2 .... 5.43 5.93 Keystone SA .... 4.41 4.82 Mass. Tr. ....... 15.61 17.06 Mass. Grth 8.54 9.33 Nation W. Sec. .. 22.44 24..27 Nat. Inves 16.01 17.31 Tevev. El. ...... 7.69 8.38 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m quotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook & Co., from its Alton office. (The New York Exchange closes at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 128%, Gen. Motors 78% Granite City Steel 27%, Olin Mathieson Chem. 41%, Owens Illinois 86% Shell Oil 44%, Sin clair Oil 45%, Socony 72%, Stand ard Oil (Ind.) 64%, Standard (NJ) 72%, U. S. Steel 537 8 , Sears 98V S . Arabs Change Water CAIRO — The United Arab Republic is going ahead with plans to convert salt water fo: drinking purposes. Civil Rights Bill Reorted Altered sported By JOHN BECKLEB WASHINGTON (AP)—A sweep ing ban on racial discrimination in places of public accommoda tion has reportedly been added to the administration's civil rights bill by a House Judiciary sub committee. An authoritative source said the action was taken Tuesday but was not made public at the reques of the administration because o the crucial vote coming today 01 President Kennedy's tax cut bill The votes oi Southern Democrats are needed to defeat a Re publican amendment that woulc block the tax cut unless a lid is placed on federal spending for the :oming year. The source said the White House fears news of the strong nesv addition to the civi rights bill might endanger thos votes. The provision the subcommittee t, S Funeral Home y.KJV ^lAfP SIKEEF All UN, ILUNOIS At ION-WOOD HIVliH UlilHALlO is reported to have accepted ten tatively goes beyond the administration's original proposal by giv ing the attorney general addition al authority to intervene in case of racial discrimination in place of public accommodation, based on the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. In tis proposed bill the adminis tration pinned its basic authority to the narrower right of Congres to regulate interstate commerce The amendment reportedly ap proved uses both the commerce clause and the 14th Amendment The only type of public accom modation apparently escaping coverage under the subcommit tee's amendment is the smal rooming house, characterized as "Mrs. Murphy's boarding house' in House and Senate hearings on the bill. The amendment exempt owner-occupied private homes with not more than five rooms open to the public. Amendments The amendment was reportedly offered by Rep. Robert W. Kas lenmeier, D-Wis., and in accepting it the subcommittee endangerec the bipartisan support needed to move the entire civil rights bil l|)rough the House. The public accommodations section is only one of seven provi sions in the bill, but it is regarded as the most controversial. Many Republicans, including Senate Minority Leader Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois, are opposed to it. The subcommittee has now apparently given tentative approval o all seven parts of the udminis- ration bill. The other sections deal with voting rights, school desegregation and job opportuni- ies. ' By OVID A. MARTIN WASHINGTON (AP) — Recrea- ion is taking a place with wheat, »rn, cattle, hogs and other farm- ncome producing items in statistics and programs of the Agricul- ure Department. This reflects that the department, through its rural areas de velopment program, is promoting establishment of recreational fa cilities in rural areas as a sup plement to farm income. Latest recreational figures to be released by the department is a report by Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman that residents of 115 rural areas in 39 states wil mjoy expanded opportunities for ashing, camping, golfing, swim ming and other outdoor recreation as a result of loans made by the department's Farmers Home Ad ministration. The report covers a period from Movember, when the first loan was made, through August thi year. A greatly expanded rate of loan making is in the works. Through July 31, approximately 850 appli cations for recreational loans hat been received from farmers anc groups. A total of 135 applications were filed in July alone. • Freeman said the income ol farmers establishing recreational facilities is expected to be in creased an average of $2,000 a year. RUMMAGE SALE—At 206 E. Broad way. Frl. and Sat., 9 a.m. Sponsored by Alton Rebekah Lodge. 8 — 10/21 WASHINGTON (AP) — "The Agriculture Department said to day the poultry broiler industry is adjusting production to head of the possibility of disastrously low prices. Because production had movec ahead of a year ago, prices have declined. The department, which had sought unsuccessfully to ge producers to back a marketing control program, warned of seri ous trouble ahead, particularly in the latter part of this year and next. The report said egg prices the remainder of 1963 are expected to hover around levels of a year earlier. It said turkey prices be tween now and January are likely to average the same to a little higher than the 2.2 cents a pound in the like period last year. WASHINGTON (AP)-Presiden James G. Patton of the Nationa Farmers' Union has scheduled conferences late this week with Secretary of Agriculture Orvill L. Freeman and White House ad visers to urge the Kennedy ad ministration to continue support for strong federal farm programs The White House meetings wil be with Theodore C. Sorensen special counsel to President Ken nedy, and other presidential as sistants. The conferences will be held a a time when there is speculatio] in farm and political circles tha the administration may move i the direction of less govc-rnmen controls in agriculture because o grower rejection of new wheat an( turkey controls arid congressiona refusal to authorize dairy controls The Farmers Union has been a supporter of programs based on grower-approved government con trols of farm supplies and produc tion. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, WILL BE 10:30 A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 10/8 PERSONALS \LCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - Hetp for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5-1612. — 10/1 FOREIGN EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION—Construction, other work projects. Good paying overseas jobs with extras, travel expenses. Write only: Foreign Service Bureau, Dept/ 348, Bradenton Beach, Fla. RUMMAGE * PASTRY SALES — 26 RUMMAGE SALB— 1714 Washington. Monday thru Saturday, day, 9-9. 8 — 25 9-5, Frl RUMMAGE SALE—Thursday, Sept. 26, 10 a.m. 604 Belle St. Sponsored by Meadowbrook Church of God. SOCIETIES and LODGES 9 — 25 FRANKLIN LODGE No. 25, AFSe . , AM— Instruction Thursday, Sep tember 26th. 7 p.m. Visiting bre thren welcome. Wayne H. Harper, W.M 9 _ 25 — - - - HIBBARD LODGE NO. 249 AF&AM —Special meeting Wednesday, Sept 25, 7:30 p.m. Work in second de gree. Visiting brethren welcome. HAROLD ROBINSON, W.M 9 — 25 . WOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 1062 AF&AM — Special meeting, Wed. Sept. 25, 7 p.m., E. A. degree Visiting brethren welcome. Howell K. Barnett, W.M. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10 — 26 —— FOUND — Redbone hound. Dla 254-8508. 10 — 27 LOST—Male black Cocker Spaniel near Milton Road. 462-0227. 10 — 26 LOST—Red & white tricycle. Vlcinl ty of Hillcrest & Main. Reward 466-4770. NOTICES 11 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE You can place your classified ad,' classified kill or classifiec corrections 24 hours a day. SPEAK SLOWLY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH DAYTIME — 465-6641 8 A.M. — 5 P.M. NIGHT CLASSIFIED NUMBER HO 5-6511 5 P.M. — 8 A.M. HINTS ON USING ELECTRONIC AD TAKER: 1. GIVE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER. (Spell your name oat). 2. Speak slowly and distinctly- 3. BE SURE TO STATE THE NUMBER OF DAYS YOU DESIRE YOUR AD TO BE PUBLISHED. (IF YOU DO NOT TELL US WE WILL AUTOMATICALLY RUN THREE DAYS). 4. Remember, this is a mechan ical device. It will answer your call and give you recorded instructions on wha to do, but other than tha cannot answer any questions 11 — 25 CARPENTERS MEN'S CLUB—Sau sage supper at Zlon Lutheran Church October 27. Serving from 3 to 9 p.m. $1.35 adults — 75i children. 11 — 27 FOR HAYRIDES—Call 466-1042. 11 _ 26 '• NOTICE: Annual Mission Feast. Sa lem Presbyterian Church, Septem ber 29th. 11 — 28 NOTICE $1 SPECIAL We will deep clean k pile comb you: carpet for the lowest prices eve: offered. This week only. Call 461-1823. 11 — 10/15 . OLD FASHION HAYRIDES — Cal Holiday Hills Ranch. 466-1836. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL — 25 — 10-2 — 9 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all per sons that the First Monday ii November, 1963 is the Claim Date i the estate of RUBY LEE AL DREDGE, Deceased, pending in th Probate Court of Madison County Illinois, and that claims may b filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Dated this 19th. 'day of September, 1963. HERSCHEL JOHNSON Executor. Attest: DALE HILT Probate Clerk COX. SMITH & BASSETT (WM. COX) Attorneys LEGAL — 25 11A RIDERS 11A — 26 RIDE TO MCDONNELL — e a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 465-7091. 11A — 27 RIDE WANTED TO DELMAR BANK, St. Louis. 377-9763. 11A — 26 WANTED — To share ride to Wash ington University, Monday, Tues day, Thursday nights. 462-6762. HA — 25 REQUEST FOR BIDS Sealed Bids will be received at the Office of the City Comptroller, City Hall, until 2:00 P.M., October 4, 1963 for ONE YEAR TERM-SUPPLY CONTRACT FOR FURNISHING MOTOR OIL AND LUBRICANTS FOR THE CITY OF ALTON. Sped, flcatlons may be secured from the City Comptroller, Room 100, City Hall, Alton. Illinois. HARRY B. RAMEY, City Comptroller LEGAL — 25 REQUEST FOR BIDS Sealed Bids will be received at the Office of the City Comptroller. City Hall, until 2:00 P.M., October 4, 1963 for ANNUAL REQUIREMENTS WANTS RIDE — To McDonnell. 465-1977. EDUCATIONAL 12A INSTRUCTIONS 12A — TF Mon. thru Frl. ——— IBM KEY PUNCH — Burroughs, N.C.R. Bookkeeping Machines ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF AUTOMATION (As Seen on TV) 6427 Hampton, 508 N. Grand CALL COLLECT FL I-1197 or OL 2-5454 EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE 17 — 27 ACCOUNTANT—Credit Investigator Structural Draftsman, Lineman Greater Alton Employment, 30C Plasa. 17.— 26 BAKERS HELPER — Apply In per OF GASOLINE, DIESEL FUEL son before noon. Do not phone , AND FUEL OIL FOR THE CITY OF ALTON. Specifications may be secured from the City Comptroller, Room 10D, City Hull, Alton, Illinois. HARRY B. RAMEY, City Comptroller CARD OF THANKS 2 — 25 HARRIET HAYES STOYE — We would like to take this means of thanking all of our relatives, friends und neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Especially Smith Funeral Home, those who sent cards and flowers or helped and assisted In Minnie Hayes & Family any way. 2 — 25 THE MALCOLM M. BOBBITT — Family wishes to express Its sincere appreciation to all friends, relatives, ami especially Marks Funeral Home, Rev. Kenneth Moore, for their kindnesses during its recent bereavement. IN LOVING MEMORY 11 loving memory of MRS. WILLE MAE PETERSON. A yeur ugo you were called to rest To be with the one you loved best. We know you are Imppy beyond the blue. But Mother, we do miss you. The ones who loved you Evans Pastries. 2611 State Street. 17 — 25 BOILER ROOM HELPER & HOUSEMAN MIDDLEAGE MAN — Call Alton Memorial Hospital, 465-4411, Ext 19, for appointment. 17 — 27 CREDIT MAN — With knowledge o bookkeeping. Experienced only Write 680 care of Alton Telegraph 17 — 26 ——,— EXPERIENCED COOK—Apply man »ner Hotel Stratford. TF- 17 RXPB1MENCED CANVASSERS good commissions 462-0386. Nine to five. 17 — 30 METALLURGICAL Chemical Lab oratory Supervisor's position avail able In large steel foundry In Greater St. Louis area as super visor In chemical laboratory. Mus be college graduate with major In metallurgy- or chemistry. Trainee with proper educational require meats will be considered. Salary commensurate with ability. Excel lent employment benefits. Steady employment with opportunity for advancement. Forward complete personal resume Including educa tionul background and employmeni history to box 620 care of Tele graph. EMPLOYMENT 7A EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 7A — 25 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 3 __ 28 • SUNRISE DONUT SHOP — 177 East Alton Ave., East Alton. Inquire at shop or house at rear. 254-7270. 8 HELP WANTED—FEMALE 8 _ 25 BABYSITTER — Own transporta tlon preferred. 8-5:30 p.m. Apply 270 Madison, after 6. $10 weekly. 8 — 25 BABYSITTER — Shiftwork. 465-291P. 18 — 27 Stay. BOOKKEEPER—Experienced, light typing. Stenographer, experienced Greater Alton Employment, 300 Piasa. 18 — 25 ELDERLY LADY—To stay, care fof 6 mo. old baby. More for home, Call after 5, 254-4439. 18 — 25 EXPERIENCED—Combination fry cook and waitress. Apply In person The Luncheonette, 102 E. Ferguson Wood River. 18 — 25 EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANT ED—8 E. Ferguson, Wood River, Inquire after 8 p.m. this evening, 18 — 27 HOUSEKEEPER—Cook for 1 man modern country home, I mile from Jerseyvllle, stay. Roger Brooks 498-3590. 18 — 26 WAITRESS WANTED — ' Apply Redtop Cafe, 1201 Belle St. 18 — 25 WANTED — Experienced beauty operator, prefer with following Alton-Wood River area. 254-3424. 18 — 25 WANTED — Babysitter for 1 child North Alton area. Straight days Call after 5 p.m. 466-1127. 18 — 27 WANTED — Mlddleaged or elderly lady to help with light housework Phone 259-3747. 18 — 25 WOMAN—To stay on place. Refer ences. Housework. Dial WY 3-2118, Creve Coeur, Mo. 19 HELP WTD., Male * Female 19 — 25-27 HELP WANTED — Tap & balle teacher. Call 259-7431. 19 — 28 WANTED — Experienced single needle sewing machine operators for factory In White Hail. Starting car pool for Alton and vicinity Also need two male power machine cutter operators. Apply In person Illinois State Employment Service 1719 Washington Ave., Alton. 19A SALESLADIES 19A — 23 25 FREE!—Exciting new 1963 sample album "Name Imprinted" Christ mas Cards! Run spare time greet Ing card, gift shop at home. Invite friends, take orders, earn up to 100% profit. Experience unneces sary. Fund raising plans for or ganizations. Rush name for free album, other samples, on approval Regal Greetings, Dept. 314, Fern dale, Michigan. - I9A — 10-1 A ;jf^ —— i u- j, WANTED — Phone solicitors. Salarl ed. Write Box 660 care of Alton Telegraph. 19A — 11 — 18 — 25 WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE to cal regularly each month on estab lished Studio Girl Cosmetics clients In and around Alton, making neces sary deliveries, etc. 3 to 4 hours per day. Route will pay up to $5 per hour Write STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS, Dept. 71239. Glen dale, California. — 25 ivt\ — *"j $23 WEEKLY — For wearing lovelv dresses received as extra rewards Just show Fashion Frocks to friends. No investment, canvassing or experience necessary. Fashion Frocks, Dept. M-5878, Cincinnati 2 Ohio. SALESMEN 20 20 1 ——— CLOTHING SALESMAN WANTED— Wei! established store, experienced preferred — but not necessary Write Box 670 care of Telegraph Stating qualifications. — 25 £\J £.-J ——— SERVICE WORK — Neat marriei man with car, 21 to 45 to work 4 hours per week. $2.14 per hr. p 1 usual fringe benefits. For informa tion. write E. V. Richardson. Rm 402, Continental Towers. St. Louis Mo. 63108. 20 — 25 5 PART-TIME MEN—Must be nea and have a car. Over 21. 465-2879. 21 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE 21 07 —_ .—— EXPERIENCED — In hardware sales, service. All kinds of main tenance.-Bowling alley, real estat & insurance. References. Bondable Will take care of your business o property. Write Box 690 care Alton Telegraph. 21 — 26 HAVE PICK-UP TRUCK. Will do light hauling. Also will haul trash or garbage. Phone 465-4188. 21 27 • PART-TIME WORK WANTED — Male Store or office cleaning pre ferred. 465-6724. 2i 26 •— • —• " *— STOP READ THIS — Mai college Junior wants part-tim UUUCKG JU1.IW1 " — •• r — office work. Experienced. 254-5253. Cal M1SG. FOR SALE INSURANCE . 23 25 28 • 26 16- AUTO INSURANCE Careful drivers reduced rates. Bodily injury & property damage. Homeowners 4-in-l policy, wind, hall, fire, liability. Fred E. Thompson Agency 254-5514 26 — 10/7 . LOW AUTO RATES FOR CAREFUL DRIVERS CALL: MILLERS' MUTUAL INS. ASSN. OF ILLINOIS 320 Easton, Alton 465-5551 PERSONAL SERVICE JO DRESSMAKING—TAILORING 30 — 25- ALTERATIONS — Dressmaking, Ex- perlenced. Reasonable. Ruth Dana, Rosewood Heights, 259-1770. 30 — 10-10 JU — IU-1U . DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pants cuffed. Reasonable. Refrenees. In my home. CL 4-4034. 30 — 10-2-63 O\J ~~" !U'*~Di3 . i • •— ""i i ' • •• DRESSMAKING & ALTERATIONS -Experienced. . . Johnette King Upper Alton. 462-2052. BUSINESS SERVICE 32 BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 32 — 10/28 CHEMICALS—Sclentic apparatus — schools — experimenters — busl nesses. Appolo Laboratories, 606A Main, Alton. 465-2474. 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 & yard leveling. Also weeds mowed with tractor rotary mower. 259-1567. 32 — 28 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 HOOVFR CLEANER SERVICE 32 — 30 WM. (Bill) HANDLING'S UPHOLS TERY SHOP — (Next to Godfrey Fire Dept.) Open—Ready for busl ness. 466-1710. ^OUR'ROOMS & BATH—Full __- ment $65 a month. 200 Grand Ave.. East Alton. ! 5 ROOM' 1 MODERN APT — Ideal location. Adults only. 465-1353 or 254-7117. f UNFURNISHED ROOM APT. — newly decorated heat and water furnished. State St. 465-9347. — 462-0323. ^ __ i ROOM—Adults. $65. Heat and water Close-In. 700 Alby. Wlnkler Apts. _ i __ i ROOMS — Gas heat, closets, cabinets, HWF, newly decorated. Phone 254-9632. c __ OJJ —. ~~ • "— ' —' — 5 ROOMS — Utilities Included, private entrance. First house north of Glen Haven Driving Range, Godfrey, available October. 45 _ 2 __—— EAST ALTON-J-On East Drive. Large living room, bedroom, bath, utility and kitchen. Rent $45. Call 259-8341. 45 — 10-4 —: ' FERGUSON APTS — 2 and 3 room unfurnished efficiencies. Apply at 19 s Second St., Wood River. 254-6559. 4*1 Q/24 ui ^^ J ____^__ J ^^ J ^» 3ODFREY—3 room, 2nd floor, itwly decorated. 466-2712 after 6 p.m. 45 — TF — Wilshlre Colonial Apti. 1 or 2 bedroom, range, refrigerator. disposal, drapes. R. N. Dunn, 259-7113 or 259-2987. 45 — 26 — —~ LARGE MODERN 3 ROOM APT.— Near Eastgate Shopping Center. $50 monthly. 254-8655. 45 — 10-12-63 — LINDEN APTS. ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — 4 rooms, bath. Utility room and garage. (Heat and water furnished). Dial 259-1663. 45 — 26 — MODERN 3 ROOM UPSTAIRS APT. —Private entrance. On Elm St. 465-7035. 45 — 10/25 NICE 3-ROOM APT. — Stove, refrigerator available. Rosewood Heights. $70. 254-4493 evenings. 45 _ TF 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 * it AND HOUSES available for * * immediate occupancy In Al* ton. For further Information 33 BUILDING — CONTRACTING 33 — 30 — AAA—Carpenter repairs, additions porches, roofing, chimneys, patch plastering, painting. Reasonable 462-2901. 33 — 9/25 BOB WOOD—Basement waterproof Ing ard cement work of all kinds 466-2407. 33 — 10-23-63 Ji> •— 1 V/'^O-W-J CARPENTER WORK — Patch plas tering, roof repair, plumbing work blocks laid and cement work. Als< Interior and exterior painting. Cal Charles Stormer. 466-1437. 33 — 10/2 Complete Home Improvement Quality Workmanship Free Estimates Low Prices 259-2319 91 — 26-27-28-3-4-5-10-11-12-17-18-19 1954 PACKARD—Four door, 50.00 actual miles. 462-8221. 33 — 10/9 t)O -^ I «/ S — CARPENTER REPAIR, block lay Ing, concrete work, plumbing, new homes, painting. HO 5-2436. 33 — 9/25 CONCRETE WORK OF ALL KINDS —Walls, floors, -valks. porches, etc Free estimates. HO 5-1290 or HO 2-3483 any time. 33 — 10/9 t>t) — *w/ & GUTTERING — Roofing, painting odd Jobs, repairs. Reasonable Prompt service. 254-3649. DECORATING S4 34 — 30 A-l PAPER HANGING — $10 pe room. 465-8764. 34 — 10/25 BEST IN DECORATING, painting interior and exterior. Paper hang ing and removal. Free estimates Rtasonable prices. 466-1134. 34 — 10/3 —, PAPER HANGING—Painting, plas ter repair, carpenter work. HO 2-0361. SI — 10/8 PAINTING, PLASTERING—Remov ing wallpaper. No Job too small Free estimates. 466-2852, 462-9657. 34 — 10-15 PLASTERING PAINTING. Wallpaper removing Work guaranteed. Free estimates 254-8189 22 SITUATIONS Wl'P.—FEMALE COLORED LADY Wants day work 462-8000. nn __ | OR _..-—_. TYPING IN MY HOME—Including envelope addressing ,, R , e £ s S2, aft rates. Fast service. Call 254-8620. 22 26 • WILL DO HOUSEWORK By the day or week. 462-7670. 22 — 26 36 FURNITURE WORK 36 — 10/8/63 WANTED IRONINGS — $3 bushel. 465-1534. 22 — 28 WANTED — Ironings. Experienced. $1 hour. 259-2663. 22 27 ——— WANTED—Day work. Monday thru Frl. Cora Mae Lucas. 462-0383. 22 9/23 — WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN Located near downtown Alton. 465-4015. FINANCIAL 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 23 — 28 FOR LEASE — Soda fountain In Wood River area. Write Box 640, care of Alton Telegraph. 23 — TF — — FOR RENT — Boarding or room- Ing house. Fully equipped. $150 per month. For details call Homer Adams. 466-3227. 23 — 25 . : • Neighborhood Grocery Store In good location, building with stock & fixtures. 4-room living quarters. Also 2-room home In rear. Doing a nice business, but Illness makes It necessary to sell. Priced to sell. Harry F. Hemphill Agency Dial 465-3584 Evenings: 462-8390 23 — 27 OPPORTUNITY BODY MAN — Mechanic; good buildinn ' and equipment, plenty work. Will sell cheap. Write Box 620, care Alton Telegraph. 23 — 26 PORTABLE ROLLER RINK — 100X 40. Complete with 100 pair of skates. New tent, $2,500. Frazler's Playland. Alton, III. 23 — 25 RESTAURANT FOR SALE QUICK SALE PRICE DUE TO FAILING HEALTH. BRIGHTON, ILL. DOING GOOD BUSINESS, ALL-MODERN EQUIPMENT ACCOMMODATES 24 PEOPLE . . . JUST $1,500 ELI M. GREER REALTOR — 462-0078 23 — 28 $18,000 PER YEAR Certified profit statments show you can net $18,000 per year by properly operating a Little Pigs Barbecue House. More than 1000 units being opened. Company training und assistance guaranteed. About $6.000 cash will handle, (only $2,950 down). Send name, address tmd phone number to Little Pigs of America, 1715 Sterlck Bldg., Memphis, Tenn. WINCHESTER'S CUSTOM RE-UP HOLSTERING — 132 E. Elm. 462-8235. 37 HEATING It PLUMBING 37 — TF Wed. ENJOY the convenience of clean economical ;:as, no matter where you live. Metered, bulk or auto matic cylinder. L. P. gas service for heating, cooking and water heating. Specially trained service men and engineered Installations Insures trouble-free operation. ALTON BOTTLED GAS CO GODFREY ROAD Phone 466-3461 W STORAGE — MOVING 40 — 10/4 WORLD WIDE MOVERS VON DER AHE. VAN LINES CALL PRES BELCHER AGENCY FREE ESTIMATE ALTON. ILL. HO 2-8240 RENTALS SLEEPING ROOMS 10-17-63- 41 41 -_ CLOSE-IN — Living room, tele phone privilege. 123 E. 5th, Alton 41 — 25 ONE OR TWO working ladles to share home with widow. See a 2707 Vlewland Aye. Evenings 5:3i to 9. 41 — 10-21-63 —.. — ROOM — 2 blocks from downtown Wood River. Private entrance phone privileges. 254-7259. 41 — 10-1 SLEEPING ROOM — Gentleman. On busline. {6 weekly. 3302 College 462-8507. 41 — 10-1 SLEEPING ROOM — For gentle man or lady, 1700 State. 462-8227. 41 — 27 SLEEPING ROOM AND BATH — Wood River. Close to high school 259-1059 or 254-3859. 41 — 25 SLEEPING ROOM FOR RENT—A 401 Alby. 462-6507. 41 — 27 SLEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT — $8.50 weekly. Includes physlca dept. privileges. Y.M.C.A., No. 2 W. 3rd. 41 — 25 TWO modern Bleeping rooms, 259-8337. 42 ROOM antf BOARD 42 — 27 : ROOM & BOARD — Social security $75 monthly. 2221 College Avenue Alton. 42 — 26 ROOM & BOARD — Soc-Securlty 2 single rooms $75 per mo. 2221 College Ave. APAfUMUNlil 45 _ 26 < —— 2 ATTRACTIVE ROOMS — chenette. Upper Alton, Pint floor garage. Beautiful neighborhood. 465-1046. 45 — TF 2 LARGE ROOMS—Private bath On College npar SIU. J47.50. R«a Estate Exchange. 462-9707. 45 — 27 3 ROOM APT.-rStove, refrigerator drakes furnished. 205 Shamrock EaW Alton. Call 284-5474. RENTALS APARTMENTS "LARGE ROOMS and bath, plenty of closet space. 462-3983. _ _ Oft ___ • ' ' ROOMS & BATH-Heat * water furnished, garage. 462-8110. Mi TARGE ROOMS - With garage. Heat and water furnished. Located at 328 Dry St.. Alton. Very clean. $70 month. 462-6513. 2 CALL 462-9263 Or Evenings 462-8680 ********************** TWO FURNISHED ROOMS — Three furnished rooms, four unfurnished rooms, newly redecorated, no children. 465-6753. 45 — 25-27-30-10/2-4 1125 UNION— 5 room apartment, $53 month. ALLEN & NIMMONS. 462-9248. 45 — 28 1818 WORDEN AVE. — 3 room duplex. Spacious birch kitchen cabinets, gas heat, carport attached, full basement, inquire 1834 Park Ave. 46 FURNISHED APARTMENTS 46 — TF 2-2 ROOM — 1 near S.I.U., 1 near St. Joseph's. $42.50 each. Real Estate Exchange. 462-9797. 46 — 28 2 ROOM FURNISHED APT. — Billmore Apts., South Roxana. All utilities furnished, (private bath). 254-3721. 46 — 26 2 ROOMS— All utilities paid. North Alton. For Information call evenings. 254-2735. 46 — 3 2 ROOMS— And kitchenette. Private bath, all utilities. Adults. $65. 465-2720. 46 — 30 2 ROOMS — Beautifully furnished. Private bath & entrance. Adults. 465-7096. 46 — 10-23 3 FURNISHED ROOMS — Private bath and entrance. Inquire 224 Lorena, Wood River. 46 — 28 3 ROOMS & BATH — Private entrance, garage. couple only. 556 3rd, Wood River. 46 — 26 - . 3 ROOMS — Clean, attractive. Adults. Ground floor. Private entrance. 259-2845. 46 — 10-28-63 3 FURNISHED ROOMS AND BATH — 2 blocks from glassworks. Call before 10 a.m. or after 7 p.m. 465-5986. 46 — 25 - . 3 ROOMS — Clean, on busline. Adults ohly. 465-9495. 46 — 25 3 ROOMS— Especially well furnished. All utilities paid. 465-2995. 46 — 26 - • 3 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT — Modern. Nice neighborhood. 1213 Central Ave.. Alton. 46 _ 26 - • 3 CLEAN — Nicely furnished modern rooms, private, no steps, washing machine, one Infant accepted. Phone 259-2533. 46 — 27 - — 3 ROOM— Furnished apt. All utilities. One housekeeping room. 462-0108. 46 — 25 3 ROOM FURNISHED APT.— 1 or 2 adults. 523 Broadway, East Alton. 46 — 10/10 ....... 3 ROOM— Modern furnished apt. Gai heat. For couple. 820 E. 6th St. 46 — 28 - - . -4-ROOM MODERN — Carpeted. Front and back entrances. 2 bedrooms. Reliable adults. 603 Alby. 46 — 26 4 FURNISHED ROOMS — Heat, water furnished. Prefer adults. Accept one child. 620 E. 5th. 46 — 26 4 ROOMS — Furnished and 4 rooms unfurnished. Heat and water. Adults only. Alton. 254-6559. 46 — 9/26 - - • 4 ROOM BRICK APT.— Nicely furnished. Adults only. 523 So. Central, Roxana. 46 — 26 6 ROOM FURNISHED— First floor apt. Private bath & entrance, utilities paid. $125 a month. 465-3024, 466-3137. 46 — 10,24 MOTEL APTS. TV, telephone, everything furnished. By day or week. Near industries. Hartford. Phone 254-6224. 48 — 10/14 — - . NORTH ALTON— 3-room furnished apartment. 466-2713 after 6. 46 — 25 - • - ONE ROOM EFFICIENCY — For $8.50 weekly; also a Three room apt. at $20 weekly. Both are furnish. ed & have private bath It entrances. S.I.U. girls preferred) 2704 College. Call 462-8903 for de. tails. 46 — 27 - - - . TWO ROOM— Nicely furnished apartment on Whitelaw Ave, in Wood River; alr-condltloned, hot water heat, private entrance, utilities furnished. 254-5276. 46 — 10/9 ..... i,i 617 BOND ST.— 3 furnished rooiru. Utilities furnished. Adulti. $48 month. 46 — 30 - — WOOD RIVER — Furnished apt. Utilities paid. $10 weekly. 254-9883 after 5 p.m. 46 — 26 T— - • - „ — -. WOOD RIVER— 3 room furnished apt. 254-8948. 46 — 27 --WOOD RIVER— 249 7th. Upstairs. a '/a rooms. Private entrance and bath. No pets. 1 small child accepted. 462-0250 — 154-1227. 46—10/23 - — — _ . WOOD RIVER AIR-CONDITIONED 1 and 2-roora efficiency, completely furnished, In- eluding all utilities, washer and dryer. 259-8448, 284-3831. Mrs. Decker. 46 _ 28 , 829 RIDGE ST. — 3 rooms & bath upstairs apt. • Private entrance. Water furnished, No children please. $62.50 per month. Call 465-6621. 47 HOUSES FOR RENT 47 — 28 2 ROOM MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT-308 Grand. East Alton. 254-6877.

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