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Obituaries Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, September 1,1972 B*S tier held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at conducted at 1 p.m. Tuesday Wayne Tillery of White Hall; the First Presbyterian Church at the South Heights six sisters, Mrs. Opal Cemefery, Sapulpa, Okla., Gilleland and Mrs. in Farmington. * « resident, A Wagner, 47, ii C. Richard Wagner the American Cancer Society Glen Ellyn, III, died of have been named as memorials cancer at 5:05 a.m. Wednesday at the Presbyterian St. Luke's Hospital in Chicago. She was bom in Farmington, IU., Jan. 25,1925 and moved to Alton after her marriage in Farmington on June 10, 1956. They lived in Alton for 11 years before moving to Glen Ellyn. Mrs. Wagner was a member of the Wheaton Presbyterian Church and was a former member of the Alton Presbyterian Church where her husband served as choir director. Suviving are her husband; her parents, James and Sadie Barto Contenuto of Farmington and two children, Stephen and Maria, both at home. Visitation will be from 4 to 9 p.m. today at the Anderson Funeral Home in Farmington, 111. Private graveside services will be held Saturday morning at Farmington Cemetery. A memorial service will be The Presbyterian churches with the Smith Funeral Home in Farmington and Alton and of Sapulpa in charge. The P 1 e t c h e r Funeral Home handled local arrangements and the family suggests memorials be made to the Cancer Society. Knox EDWARDSVILLE - Ralph Edwin Knox, 63, of 207 Fayette, died at 8:30 p.m. Thursday at his residence. An Edwardsville resident the past 16 years, he was former owner of the K & R Transports of Hartford, 111., and was associated with Fusz ft Schmelzle Investment Co. Born May 11, 1909 at Jenny Lind, Ark., he was married in 1938 to Ida M.,("Tiny") McMahan, who survives. He is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Ethel Collins, and two sisters, Mrs. Retha Yadon and Mrs. Deanie Dinsmore, all of Ft. Smith. Ark. He was a member of the Elks Lodge of Granite City, the Sunset Hills Country Club and the Edwardsville Gun Club. Graveside rites will be Tillery Marvin retired ROODHOUSE Earl Tillery, 61, a farmer of Roodhouse, died at 7:55 a.m. today at the White Hall Hospital. He was born Dec. 21, 1910 near Carrollton. Mr. Tillery was a member of the Friendship Baptist Church in Roodhouse. Surviving are his widow, the former Edith Hyde, whom he married on July 28, 1928 in Wood River; four sons, Kenneth, Glenn and Keith, all of Roodhouse and Ralph of Mackinaw, 111.; two daughters, Mrs. Mariam Button of Roodhouse and Mrs. JoAnn Flaugher of Brimfield, 111.; two brothers, Truman Tillery of Washington, 111. and Vera Taylor, both of Roodhouse, Mrs. Mabel Fuller of Alton, Mrs. May Herring of Tucson, Ariz., Mrs. Freda Rice of Jerseyville and Mrs. Ethel Gilbert of Eldred; 16 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Friends may call at the Mackey-Daws In Roodhouse after 3 p.m. Sunday. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Emmanuel Baptist Church in Roodhouse. Burial will be in White Hall Cemetery. ANNOUNCEMENT* ANNOUNCEMENTS Smith Communists step up attack; kill 24 South Vietnamese JERSEYVILLE — William Steele Smith of Rock Island died Thursday in Sylvis Hospital in East Moline. He was born in Greene County March 14,1911. He is survived by his widow, Nina Fazio Smith of Rock Island; two sons, William J. P. of Molinle; and Donald D. of Rock Island; three brothers, Purl and Hayden F. of Kane and Loren of Jersey vine; a half-brother, Ed Smith of Medora; a sister, Mrs. Naomi Mae Loellke of Jerseyville; and one grandchild Services will be Saturday at the Larson Funeral Home in Rock Island and burial will be in Rock Island Cemetery. Legal 1 Legal 4959 — Aug. 25, Sept. 1 8, 1972 . CLAIM NOTICE STATE OP ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY, PROBATE DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF RALPH T. SMITH, DECEASED. No. 72-P-408 Notice is given of the death of the above. Date Letters Were Issued: August Executor: Mary E. Smith of No. 1 Signal Drive, Alton, Illinois. Attorney: Malcolm D. Durr of Alton, Illinois. Claims against the estate may be filed In the office of the Circuit Court, Probate Division, County Courthouse In Edwardsville, Illinois, within 7 months from date of Issuance of letters; and any claim not so filed Is barred as 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 4960 — Aug. 25, Sept. 1 8, 1972 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 ORCEN HALL, DECEASED. NO. 72-P-359 Notice is given of the death of the above. Date Letters Were Issued: August 18, 1972. Executors: Elton M. Hall of 112 W. Haller, East Alton, 111., and Virginia Seehausen of 101 E. 1st St., Hartford, 111. Attorney: Edward D. Groshong. Claims against the estate may be filed in the office of the Circuit Court, Probate Division, County Courthouse in Edwardsville, Illinois, within 7 months from date of issuance of letters; and any claim not so filed is barred as 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 Cord of Thanks 2 2 — 1 THE FAMILY of William C. Woolsey, Kane, Illinois, wishes to thank their relatives, friends and neighbors for all acts of kindness, all who sent flowers, food or assisted In any way. Thanks also to ,Rev. Schultz, Rev, Strange, Masons of Kane Lodge, & Jacoby Funeral Home. In Memoriam 3 — 1 IN MEMORY of my Dear Husband and our Father, William C Coley, who passed away Sept. 1, 1970. Sadly missed by Wife, Claud- elne, Daughters Joyce Zelgler and Family. Jeannette Roberts and Family. ANNOUNCEMENTS Lost—>Strayed—Stolen 10 — i 10 LOST, BILLFOLD — Vicinity Trl - (Jlty, North Alton store. Reward. Call 465-5957. 10 — 1 LOST—Small, black, fluffy female puppy, wearing red collar. Child's pet. Call 254-8303. 10 — 4 1 TO MAN DRIVING a white Olds station wagon, taking wallet from Fish and Chips, return wallet and all contents. I have your license number. Personals 7 — Sept, 28 PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Call Birthright of Madison County, 1-618-463-0825. An Alternative to abortion! Confidence respected! 7 — TF DEAR JOHN: Buy me that new home In Huntlngton Park and I'll come back. Call Bill at 466-1544. STATE REALTY. 7 — 18 25 1 DIAL 466-6500 for a home of your own. JUN CONSTRUCTION CO. 7 — TF Mon.-Wed.-Frl. SERIOUSLY, FOLKS—We have the Finest selection of Mobile Homes in the Midwest. Storeyland Mobile Homes. Happy Ads 7A Notices Increase Anlwlf rmluu9 ACROSS 1 In addition 5 Put to 8 Greater amount _. (var.) 1M< presidential first name 47 Southern fruit 49 Solar disk 12 Advice (dial) 50 Method 13 Born 53 Paradise 14 Redact 54 Roman 15 Leave out ' emperor 16 German -55 Definite • article article 17 Ten 56 Dispatch 11 — TF Monday & Friday PROJECTOR BULB BURNED OUT? FOSTER'S DRUG STORE carries most all kinds. 230 E. Broadway, Open 'til 9 every night, ALTON'S PHOTO CENTER. 11—2 HAPPINESS Is working for the McGovern-Shriver ticket at 1646 Washington Ave., Upper Alton. Open 9-9, Monday thru Saturday. Riders 11A By GEORGE ESPER SAIGON (AP) - Communist sappers and gunners stepped up their attacks today on the eve of North Vietnam's national day, killing 24 rangers and wounding 21 in one assault. T h e Saigon command reported four attacks along a 150-mile stretch of Highway 1, the country's main north- south road, between Da Nang and Qui Nhon on the northern and central coasts. The heaviest assault hit the town of Tarn Quan, 50 miles north of Qui Nhon. The Saigon command gave this account: Simultaneous assaults were made shortly after midnight against the district headquarters, which was defended by a militia unit, and against a ranger command post 500 yards south of the town. Moving behind a 100-round rocket and mortar ban-age, a number of sappers blasted their way into the ranger post. The attack was repulsed, but 24 rangers were killed and 21 were wounded. The command said 21 of the enemy also were killed. Meanwhile, a 500-found barrage of rockets, howitzer shells and mortars hit the district headquarters but only two militiamen were wounded. T h e spokesman said government troops looking for the enemy batteries after the attack • caught up with an enemy force a mile southwest of Tarn Quan, killed eight and captured one prisoner and two weapons. Forty miles to the south, enemy troops attacked militiamen guarding a bridge near the town of An Nhon. Reinforcements were rushed in, the attack > was driven back, and 34 of the enemy were killed, the Saigon command claimed. It said one militiaman was killed and four were wounded. Sappers blew up the half- mile-long Cau Lau bridge 15 miles south of Da Nang, and closed highway 1 there. Government engineers hoped to have the highway open by Saturday afternoon. In the Que Son Valley 30 miles south of Da Nang, gov- e r n m e n t troops reported recapturing the district headquarters military compound. The blocksquare compound has changed hands four times since the North Vietnamese first captured the town Aug. 19. Field reports said pockets of enemy resistance remained in the northwestern end of the town. Military sources said another government task force of several hundred troops spearheaded by an armored column was advancing toward Fire Base Ross, just northwest of Que Son, which also fell Aug. 19. The government column was reported about 400 yards south of the base and meeting heavy resistance. Heavy fighting continued in the stalemated battle for Quang Tri. The Saigon command reported 63 more North Vietnamese and 12 government troops killed and 38 South Vietnamese wounded. In the air war against North Vietnam, bad weather kept American planes out of the • Hanoi region again Thursday and, reduced the attack to about 210 strikes, most of them in the southern panhandle. Memorial services for Richard G. Bengel, D.D.S., 28, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bengel of Alton, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at the First Presbyterian Chruch by the Rev. Dr. Cortley Burroughs, pastor of the church. Dr. Bengel died of cancer on Aug. 24 in a San Francisco, Calif, hospital. He was Legal 4961 — 1 8, 1972 Aug. 25, Sept. 7A — 1 TO KEITH — On his 26th Birthday. From Kathy. 7A — 1 KATHY—Have a happy year after your happy birthday. 7A — 1 HAPPY All the family, Grandma to little Billy. from 11A — 2 RIDE WANTED —From East Alton to Famous at Northwest Plaza. 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Tuesday thru Friday. 259-2663. 11A — 2 — RIDE WANTED from Alton High to West Junior High at 2:30 Monday through Friday. Ph. 482-7417. 11A — 2 — DRIVING TO PHOENIX, Sept. 7th, room for one passenger Gail 259-6931 11A — 1' WANTED — Ride to St. Louis; downtown Olive St., from Upper Alton area. Hours: 9 to 5 or can re-schedule. 465-0590. 11A — 1 — RIDE WANTED from Alton to vicinity of Lambert Field from 9 'til 6. Call 465-0302 after 5 p.m. (comb, form) 57 Jug 18 Navigation 58 Possesses device 59 Drunkards 20 French river 22 Compass point 23 Submits to 26 Presser 27 Ask for alms 30 Enlarge 33 Not covered 34 Footfall 35 Make bigger 38 Pork product 39 Said yes 41 Silas 42 Ex-soldier 45 Vice- DOWN 1 Common speech 2 Citrus fruit 3 City in Italy 4 Bristle 5 Also 10 Staple food 36 Bom 11 Greek letter 37Dodecanett 19 Uncommon island 21 Indian weight 39 Swiss river 24 Good (Fr.) 40 Increase 41 Lesser 42 Television 43 Happening 44 Watches ov«f 45 Worry (colL) 46 Skin opening 48 Not so much 25 Confine, detain 26 Mischievous child ' 27 Prohibit 28 Electrical 6 English river 29 Turn to right 49 Chemical 7 Ridicule 30 Tree suffix 8 Natives of SUapanese 51 Word of Media verse form surprise 9 European 32 Precious stone 52 Word of river 33. Evil assent a member of the Presbyterian Chruch. First Additional survivors Survivors of William C. Trump, who died Tuesday in Bellefontaine, Ohio are his stepmother, Mrs. Edna M. Trump of Alton; his sister, Miss Judith Trump of Alton; four stepsisters, Mrs. Eva Stevenson, Mrs. Elizabeth Hellrung and Mrs. May Hair, all of Alton and Mrs. Nancy Corrington of Cottage Hills and two stepbrothers, Joseph B. Westbrook of Alton and David E. Westbrook of Kenosha, Wis. Sending boy to Harvard less tly than training school Ulysses Bowie Sr. of Alton, who died Tuesday is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Eloise Webster of Alton and Mrs. Gloria J. Greer of Albuquerque, N.M. cos BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) — It costs more to keep a youth one year at the Maryland Training School for Boys than it would to send him to Harvard for three years. And a survey indicates the reform school situation isn't much better in several other states. Maryland spent $18,235 in fiscal 1972 for each boy at the reformatory and a survey by The Associated Press indicates Illinois and Michigan, among others, spot over $10,000 a year for each youth in a state facility. Harvard currently lists a yearly cost of $5,395, including tuition, room and board and personal expenses. "It's ridiculous for what you get back," says Morris Sherman, an official of the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services, which runs the state training school. "There's a time when we should stop pumping new money into old programs that haven't been successful," Sherman added. He said he thinks "it's time to start looking at alternatives" to reform schools. According to an Illinois juvenile corrections official, the cost of juvenile correc-. tions has doubled over the last seven years, in part due to inflation. Illinois juvenile corrections director Joseph S. Coughlin isaid his state estimates the average annual cost for each of the 1,700 juveniles in state facilities at between $10,000 and $12,01)0. The cost of confining a boy for one year at the state reformatory in Lansing costs Michigan $11,896, officials Don Hale firm agent for referral service there estimate, but at the Whitemore Lake camp near .Ann Arbor the cost is only $5,917. Missouri and Virginia reported some of the lowest expenditures for juveniles. In Missouri, figures showed an annual expenditure of $2,385 per boy and Virginia reported an annual per-inmate cost of $3,877. Don Jenkins of Missouri's Department of Corrections said per-inmate cost of reformatories is much higher than for inmates over 25. Officials from other stales concurred. The Maryland Training School is not typical of the state corrections system, Maryland officials emphasize. The average per capita cost in fiscal 1972 for the entire state juvenile system, including the 914 youngsters at the training school, was $12,434. STREEPER Funeral Home 1620 WASHINGTON 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 (SEBASTIANA G. RAGUSA, A/K/A SEBASTIANA GIGLIA RAUSA. A/K/A SABASTIANO ROUSA, A/K/A VESTA G. RAGUSA) DECEASED. No. 72-P-410 Notice is given of the death of the above. Date Letters Were Issued: August 21, 1972. Executor: Mary R. Plnkowskl of 1006 Douglas, Alton, Illinois. Attorney: C. Dana Eastman, Jr., of Alton, Illinois. Claims against the estate may be filed in the office of the Circuit Court, Probate Division, County Courthouse in EdwardsvlUe, Illinois, within 7 months from date of issuance of letters; and any claim not so filed is barred as 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 4962 — Aug. 25, Sept. 1 8, 1972 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 ANTHONY (ANDONIO) ASARO, DECEASED. * NO. 72-P-411 Notice is given of the death of the above. Date Letters Were Issued: August 21, 1972. Administrator: Rose A. Hale of 1008 E. 4th St., Alton, Illinois Attorney: W H. Thomas of Alton, Illinois. Claims against the estate may be filed in the office of the Circuit Court, Probate Division, County Courthouse in Edwardsville, Illinois, within 7 months from date of issuance of letters; and any claim not so filed is barred as to the estate inventoried within that period. Also, copies of claims must be mailed or delivered to the administrator and to the attorney. WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court Legal 4958 — Aug. 25, Sept. 1 8, 1972 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ILLINOIS EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS NOVELLEE CHRISTOPHER and WALTER B. CHRISTOPHER, Petitioners vs FREDA MOORE, CHARLES WILLIAMS and RHONDA LEE WILLIAMS, a Minor, Defendants No. 72-F-338 Petition for Adoption of a Child Named RHONDA LEE WILLIAMS PUBLICATION ADOPTION NOTICE The requisite Affidavit for Publication having been filed, notice is hereby given to CHARLES WIL LIAMS, that on the 21st day of August, A.D. 1972, NOVELLEE CHRISTOPHER and WALTER B. CHRISTOPHER filed a petition in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Mudlson County, Illinois, for the adoption of n child named RHONDA LEE WILLIAMS, that summons was fully issued, returnable according to law, and that said petition is still pending. Now. unless you, the said defendant, file your answer, or otherwise make your appearance In said cause, held in the Courthouse in the City of Edwardsville. County of Madison, Illinois, on or before October 4th, A.D. 1972, default may be entered against you at any time thereafter and a decree of adoption entered in accordance with the prayer of said petition. WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court Madison County, l-'dwardsville, Illinois PRATT & MOSELE. LTD. By: Victor J. Mosele Attorneys for Petitioners 707 Berkshire. Suite 100 East Alton, Illinois 62024 259-8011 45TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY MOM AND DAD — Don, Marlene, Karen, Sharon, Carol and Donnie. 7A — 1 _ HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DAD! — Today is your birthday. And we all want to say Wo love you more and more With each passing day. Pat & Jim, Steve, Pam & Jimmy, Mike, Connie & Kellie. EDUCATIONAL Rummage & Garage Sales 8 8 — 1 YARD SALE — Sat., 9-4, 3535 California, Milton Area. YARD SALE FRIDAY—'Til ? Something for everyone. Clothing, furniture, etc. 9th & Ferguson, Wood River. t — 1 __— GARAGE SALE—Friday, Saturday, 9-4. Children's clothing, men, women's, miscellaneous, 139 W. 2nd St., Roxana. 8 — 1 .—_ GARAGE SALE—Continued through Saturday. Prices reduced 9 'til 5. 749 East Woodland, Rosewood Hts. 8 — 1 . GARAGE SALE—September 2, 9 a.m. Toys, clothes for all, appliances, dinette, baby needs, etc. 2021 Chapin, Alton. YARD SALE — Nothing over 25c. Starting at 10. 300 Rose Ave., South Roxana. 8 — 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 parking space. 8 — 1 _^_ HAMLETT TEMPLE — Gigantic Local Instruction 13 — Oct. 4 PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOL — Junior high tutoring, Certified teacher: all subjects, especially math and sciences. 465-6252. Music, Dancing, Drama 14 — Sept. 6 DUA 14 INDIVIDUAL PIANO LESSONS OFFERED—$1.50. Mrs. Ziebold Ph. 462-9597. 14 — 7 . PIANO LESSONS — Experienced teacher with music degree. Contact Sandra Stewart, 259-3396, Wood River. 0VW5PAKK ENTERPRISE ASSR) EMPLOYMENT 17 — 1 Help Wanted 17 EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted Sale — Ever; old men's Alton. 8—1 ything ilothes. from babies to 1713 Maupin, LOTS OF NICE THINGS CHEAP for boys and girls. Saturday, Sept. 2, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. 1244 W. 9th, Alton All sizes. "Come one! Come All.' 1 GARAGE SALE—Lots used school clothing. 25c-50c. Old dishes. Some furniture. 125 N. Oak, Cottage Hills. Friday, Saturday, Monday, 9-5:30. GARAGE SALE—Chest of drawers, glassware, clothing, antiques, etc. 413 Clover, Meadowbrook. Friday & Saturday. — 1 4-FAMILY SALE—Tonight and 9-7 Saturday. Camera, blender, projector, mixer, black oscar, drum, dehumidifler, golf clubs, coats, shoes, winter and summer clothing, etc. 1331 West Corbin, Bethalto. ! _ i YARD SALE — Friday and Saturday, Sept. 1-2, 9 'til 5. Clothing size 9-12, wigs, jewelry, household items. 721 E. 6th, Alton. 8 — 1 BOYS AND ADULTS CLOTHING — Miscellaneous too numerous to mention. Thursday, Friday, Saturday 9-6. Ill E. Forest, Hartford. 8 _ l GARAGE SALE—175 Grand, Wood River. Clothing, furniture, dishes, records. 31st, 1st and 2nd. 8 — 1 COUNTRY YARD SALE — One mile past Piasa creek bridge, route 100, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 8 til 5. 8 — Sept 1 GARAGE SALE — 4 family. Little of everything. 618 St. Anthony Alton, Wood River, BetttaUo (Villa Marie) Godfrey. Thurs., Fr!., Sat. 8—1 10 to 6, GIGANTIC YARD SALE—All sizes, boys, girls, men, women and baby clothing. Antiques, bicycles, jars, miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. <C-'0 4th St., Bethalto (between W. Central and Mill St.). Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 8:30-7. 8 — 5 BASEMENT SALE—Tools, furniture, glassware, appliances, misc. 9 to 5. Tuesday thru Saturday. 170-1 South Rodgers Ave.. Alton. i — sept. 1 CARPORT SALE — Complete bedroom .set, sofas, chair:., tables, lamps, some antiques, baby needs, many other items. Thurs., i-'ri.. Sut. 9.5 p.m. 1202 Rock Spring Drive, Alton. > — TK - 17 — 1 . EXPERIENCED CARPENTER—To build tri-level house Call 259-2963 17 — 5 : BABYSITTER — My home, 2 children. Straight evenings Call between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. 254-9772 17 — 7 BARMAID WANTED — Full time. Inquire 8 E. Ferguson after 2 p.m 17 — 9 . BEAUTICIAN WANTED for large beauty salon. Experience preferred Following helpful. Ask for Hazel 17 — 5 BABYSITTER WANTED — 2 or 3 days week, one child, come to home, David Acres near BriKhton 372-8533. 17 — Sept. 15 AREA MANUFACTURER needs young man, 26 to 40 years of age as general office manager. Some knowledge of selling and construction prints needed. Will also involve telephone work and truck dispatching. Please send detailed resume and salary history to: Box 960, c/o Alton Evening Telegraph. 17 — Sept. 1. — BABY SITTER — Before and after school. 5 day week. Lafayette Square. 259-1476 after 6 p.m. 17 — TF _ ACCOUNTANT — Contact Parkview Placement. 217-854-3209 Carlinville. 17 — TF _ EXPERIENCED SECRETARY — Shorthand required. Contact Parkview Placement, 217-854-3209, Carlinville. 17—5 BABYSITTER WANTED—Come my home. 7 a.m. to 12 a.m. Mon thru Fri. Call 465-2114 4 to 9 p.m. 17 — 2 — BARMAID — To work at Mary's Lounge. Apply in person. 17 — Sept. 8 CARRY OUT BOY — 18 or over. Part-time. Comet, 3687 E. Broadway, Alton. 17 — 1 DRIVER WANTED — Experienced, Belleville area. Parcel delivery. Apply Friday or Saturday morning, 7 a.m. Merchant's Delivery Office, 515 E. 3rd, Alton. 17 — 2 GIRL THAT NEEDS A HOME — To stay with my wife. Also salary. Phone 1-876-2617. Rt. 1, Box 18, Granite City, Hiway 162 by Horseshoe Lake. 17 — 8 • MADISON COUNTY E.O.C. has job opportunities for the following: Alton Program Director — Responsible for operation of Alton Neighborhood Advisory Board formation and assistance. Work with community and existing agencies. Trainer — Provide staff training in communications skills, problem solving and inter group experience. Experience in working with all phases of human services including day care, head start, direct program and information and referral. Please send all resumes to Cornell Allmon, Madison County E.O.C., 2125 Troy Road, Edwardsville. 17 — 5 WANTED BABYSITTER — In my home, straight evenings. Call before 5 p.m. 254-8606. 17 — 2 462-4108; after 5: EXPERIENCED CURB HELP — Carroll's Drive In, Godfrey. 17 — 2 MATURE WOMAN—To babysit fo 2 children. Days & evenings. Mus have own transportation. 254-2390. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY fo good qualified beautician now ope at Regal Hair Fashions in Godfrey Excellent working conditions, pay and vacation pay after 1 year. Fo appointment call 466-5211, Tuesday thru Saturday 17 — TF JOBS FOR MEN AND WOMEN—Up to $200 week. American Employ ment, 726 E. Broadway, Alton. 17 — Sept. 20 WANTED—First class welders and shipfltters. Apply in person, Amer lean Commercial Barge Lines, too of Plum, Alton, 111. 17 — TF SOMEONE TO STAY with elderl. lady. Room and board plus wages For information 466-3227. 17 — Sept. 1 WANTED — Experienced hal: dresser. Part or full time. 466-6996 17 — 2 HAIRDRESSER — Work for your self, rent a station, one available Artistic Flair. 462-8847. BABYSITTER — In Glendale Gardens or Roxana area. Two children, one In Kindergarten. From <i:HO a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 259-0156. 17 _ 1 WANTED—Babysitter, part-time. 2 hoys, school age, 9 and 13. Cottage Hills area. Call after 6 p.m. GARAGE FREE SALE sign Evening Telegraph. Classified Desk. 8 — Sept. 27 with each in Alton Pickup at -jC- -^~ Don Hale Realtors, 415 E. Broadway, Alton, has been appointed exclusive, representative in this area for Interstate Referral Service Inc., a national real estate marketing firm with headquarters in St. Louis. Realtor Don Hale said "Our Interstate Referral Service membership enables us to receive pre-information of families moving to the Alton area from other parts of the nation. We can now mail these families a copy of our Handy House Hunter's Helper monthly photo booklet of homes we are offering for sale. This not only gives families moving here an understanding of construction and prices but also provides much greater exposure of homes we have listed for sale. Naturally, local buyers will also find our new services helpful because they can shop for a home easier and faster by picking up a free copy of our Handy House Hunter's Helper at any of the business firms in the Alton area that are displaying it as a public service." Interstate President Tom M alone, in announcing the membership stated, "We are indeed pleased to have Don Hale Realtors represent our prop-am in the Alton area. Don Hale and his staff, have • demonstrated their ability to be leaders in their professional field. Today the residential real estate business is a national one. Interstate Referral Service will broaden the scope of Don Hale Realtors service to clients locally and nationally." Home 7-10V lIAlt bl AlION. ILL Superior Ambulance ' Service Hial t(iti-5511 Legal 4957 — Aug. 25 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Proposed Filing To the Patrons of the Illinois Bell Telephone Company. The Illinois Bell Telephone Company hereby gives notice, to the public that it has filed with the Illinois Commerce Commission, under Advice No. 3445. the offering of a new optional loll service, Selective Calling Service. It will be made available to business and residence customers in Illinois Bell's 127 exchanges beyond the Chicago Outer Metropolitan Area. A copy of the proposed filing may be Inspected by any Interested party at any business office of this Company in Illinois. All parties interested in this matter may obtain information with respeet 'thereto either directly from this Company or hy addressing the Secretary of the Illinois Commerce Commission. Springfield, Illinois 62706. ILLINOIS BHLl TELEPHONE COMPANY By: J. E. EBBERT Manager CHURCH NEEDS—And will pick up clothing, furniture, books, anything ot value. 466-6857, 466-5421. 466-6132. Elm Street Presbyterian. _ i A1U) SALE—Clothing, miscellaneous items. 4 E. llih St.. Alton Saturday, Sept 2. 10 a.m. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Carson Quinn Carson J. Quinn A Continuation Ot 30 Years Service 603 HENRY ST. 4 NKUA IFUA Card of Thanks 2 _ 1 THE FAMILY of Pearl Woodiork would like to express their iincere thanks and appreciation to all our friends, neighbors und relatives who were s.o kind during our recent bereavement. Also u thank you for your thoughliulness during hei illness. A special thanks tu the Siv ters and Nurses at -St Anthony'! Hospital. Rev. Abraham Byrd Greater St. James Baptist Church Officer funeral Home, pallbearei; and all who sent food, flowers cards, and helped in any and ever) way. Mr. Sylvester Woodfork aii> the Roland Banks Family. BABYSITTER WANTED — 18 or over. My home. Shift work. 2 preschool children. 465-1741. 17 — 5 - — WANTED 30—MEN— 30 KaMRuti! Plaza. Wednesday, Sept. 6. Help erect Amusement Ricies. Ask for Show Manager -im parking lot, 8 a.m.. Wednesday, Sept. 6. YOUNG MAN WANTED TO HELP ON PANEL TRUCK. MUST BE OVER 16. CAN LEARN TRADE. APPLY 2800 EAST BROADWAY AFTER Sales People Wanted 18 18 — Sept. 30 FRY IT, YOU'LL LIKE IT — Play house Toy Demonstrators neede in all areas. Car and phone neces sary. Call S. Rives, 1-217-835-4373 P. Gordon 1-618-876-8224, D. Cotte 1-U18-465-5338. 18 — 2 CHRISTMAS NOT FAR OFF—Lot of gifts to buy? Let me show yo how to get free toys and other gift Call 259-6337. 18 — Sept. 11 SALESMEN — Earn $250 per week Leads furnished. Car necessar Call 465-7867, 4-7 p.m. only. 18 - U WANTED — WOMEN — Telephon soliciting, good hours, good salars 707 Berkshire Building, Horseshoe Uend Office. is — '2 EMPLOYMENT 12 P.M., SATURDAY. PHONE CALLS. _ EMPLOYMENT" NO EMPLOYMENT ituation Wanted—Male 19 ) - 6 REDIT Manager: 2 years experience with major consumer 'inance company. Worked in 'inance while In Army. Good appearance and phone manner. High school grad. Married, owns car. Phone 462-9204 C-12 9 - 6 CCOUNTANT: BS in Business with concentrations in marketing and accounting. Three years experience as Military Accountant. Type 60-65 WPM. Can relocate. Single. Age 26. Prefers Accounting position. 4629204 C-14 9 - 6 IR CONDITIONING MECHANIC: Experienced in Installation, repair and Inspection of auto air conditioners. Has welding and electrical mechanical background. Married. 2 years college, veteran. Phone 462-9204. C-15 9 - 6 V10TORCYCLE MECHANIC: 214 yrs. experience. 6 months electrical-mechanical in military. 2 years experience military radar repair. One year college. Married. Owns car. Phone 462-9204. C-16 .D - 6 DENTAL Assistant: Three yean Military experience. Assisted two dentists in all aspects of chairside dentistry. High School grad. Age 22. Owns car. Phone 462-9204 C-17 i9 • 6 DEPT. Manager. l>/i years experience as a shoe store manager. Handled sales personnel. All Book work, merchandising, shipping and receiving, payroll. High school grad. Age 27. Married, own car veteran. Phone 462-9204 C-10 19 - 6 _ LAYOUT Artist: 32 months combined experience as Chief Layjut artist and advertising manager. Coordinated newspaper ads for three Illinois stores. Has supervisory experience. Three years college. Married. AB " veteran. Phone 462-! • —• «»«,«-n jctiia Age 28, owns car. 2-920-1 C-ll Situation Wanted, Female 20 20 — 1-6 ——. SAVE TIME — Have your ironing done at reasonable prices. 462-7298 between 6-9 p.m. 20 — 2 BABYSITTING Straight days. Phone 259-8763. 20 — 1 JOB WANTED — Any age children. BABYSITTING — Experienced. Tomlinson St., In East Alton, Wilshire area, 50c per hour. '59- G352. 259-4581. 20 — Sept. 2 BABYSITTING — Experienced. Ph. 466-3540. FINANCIAL Business Opportunities 23 AMBITIOUS PERSONS who want to earn, but can work part time, possible opportunity to earn $3 per hour or more. Training given. Call 465-7475 for interview between '.i-ll a.m. Situation Wanted- 19 • 0 -Male 19 TRAILER Repairman: Two years experience in Trailer repair and sales. Aircraft mechanic in Ar-ny. Single. High school grad. 15 week Aircraft Mechanic School line. Phone 462-9204 C-13 19 — 5 TIMEKEEPER CLERK—Since AND PAYROLL 23 — 1 BEAUTY SALON — For lease Of will sell equipment. 259-1541. PERSONAL SERVICE Rug Cleaning Sept. 1 29A STEAM CLEANING SALE — NOW, Buck's carpet Maintenance. •866-7636. retired from the Dressmaking—Tailoring 30 30 — Sept. 29 DRESSMAKING — Men's, women's alterations. Custom made drapes. Del'ires Walker, 3205 Edgewood. 463-1107. USAF have had 7 years experience with construction timekeeping and payroll. Have references, comae l 462-5095. -165-0400. Please Sept. 5 NOW OPEN — Alteration Shop. m Fox. Wood River. Behind Skaggs Steakhuuse. Zippers, repairs and dressmaking. 259-0934. AUCTIONS AUCTIONS HELP WANTED INSTRUMENT MAN Qualifications Are: High school education, 5 years experience in instrument repair work with a thorough knowledge ot' electronics, solid state equipment, and pneumatic instrumentation. Good working conditions and excellent fringe benefits, rate $5.71 per hour with opportunity for advancement. Phone CIS-•llili-'Jlif)! weekdays between S am and -1 pm for appointment. ILLINOIS POWER CO. Wood Kiver Power Station, East Alton, III. Kt|ual Opportunity Kmployer Granite City Steel Company JOURNEYMAN MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN Permanent opening)*. Experienced on ac/dc control circuit*. As trouble hhooter desirable. Shift work required. Applicant)) niUbt have 4 yean industrial journeyman experience or hold an apprentice completion certificate. High school diploma or Ci.E.I). certificate neceasury. Kvcellent wage package including bonus and company paid benefit program, i'all 452-1100 station 'it'i, or apply: Granite City Steel Co. Employment Office 'JOth and Iowa, Granite City, 111. fc.O.E. M/F PUBLIC AUCTION 279 ACRES FARM LAND Sale to lie held at Citizens State Bank in Shipman, IlL, Thursday, Sept. 7,1972 AT 7:00 P.M. TRACT 1 Containing 15'J acres, more or less, improved with metal tool ilied. approximately 72 acres tillable, balance in pasture. including an excellent pond. TRACT 11 Containing 12U acres more or less, improved with 4- loom home anj burn, approximately 40 acres tillable, balance in pasture LliCiAL DESCRIPTION Located ill North One-Half (Vj) of Section Ten (10) in Township Eight (8) North Range Nine (9) West ut the Third Principal Meridian. Shipman Township Macoupin County. Illinois. Till-: ABOVE FARM is located two miles north of Shipman, or one mile aouth ot Medora to the Truck Stop, then three mile* eaat. THE ADJOINING Tracts will be offered tor sale separately and then together, and will be sold the way the highest purchase price is obtained. TERMS: 30% of purchase price down on day of sale Buyer to enter into contract stating that the balance of the purchase price will be paid upon presentation of merchantable abstract of title and warranty deed. Taxes for 1972, payable In 1973 will be paid by seller. Lease of tenant in possession terminate. March 1, 1973. Landlord's share of growing crops to be reserved by seller. Coal and mineral rights Intact. 1-OK I LUTHER information, contact attorneys or auctioneers ELLEN (HART) LANSDON, owner Uenby Jt Uubbh, Attorneys for Seller C'arliitvllle, Illinois Phone -in-854-328» Jerry It. Lemon, Springfield, III., Phone 317-528-8508, aud John S. Hasten, Vlrdeii, 111., Phone 217-983-3638, Auctioneers.