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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 39

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PAGE FORTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH 1HURSDAY, APRIL Castro Is Indicted Brilliantly by Kennedy Hy I AffES WWW WASI1NGTON (AP> - Pr*s1. dent Kwrnrdy's admlrdstratkm ftte wa* released a brininrrt, 36- pag« todictment of Fidel Castro's Cdban revolution. But what it adds op to is (Ms: Castro's tough to handle. Tliis Indictment, railed a State in the Western worM—oflter steps thort of ftrnwd tofot might be used but the consequences could be unpleasant: 1. For instance, the White paper says Russia has been pouring arms into Cubs. Suppose, because of this or for some other reason, blockade Cuba. Cobft. ffMR Christian A. 9§a«twjr of Herter, meeting in Costa Rica, with fte foreign ministers of 20 ether Latth wanted them to call on Castro to reject Communist intervention in Cuba and at the same time blast Khrushchev for his rocket thrwt. The ministers finally put t o- gether a declaration which not only didn't bang Castro but. while condemning outtide intervention tn this hemisphere, waa so wishy- washy that the ministers disagreed among themselves on this country tried to Wlml , t mpan , Department White Paper, saysj Russia might retaliate at oncej Last A Pj'' Pres1dent Cubs is under Communist control.! by trying to blockade West Berlin I*' "J^ 1 *™ accuses Cnstro of bctrayint; his 1 to shut it off from the Westernj*^J_ *_ u.. revolutionary promispy of fw-',iHie? with whom it has all dom and social Justice, and calls j ties. Roxana Church WomenPlanBflnqitet ROXANA—Plans were made for a mother-daughter banquet in May at the Tuesday evening meeting of the Women's Bible class of the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Earl Smith and Mrs. Frank Williams were appointed the table committee. Twelve members attended the meeting and Mrs. Frank Williams read the devotlonals. Refreshments were served by Mrs. I tarl Klrby and Mrs. Harry Gal- a snrnfl charp. The charged for dothlnf goes to pmy salaries of the handicapped persons. . The Boy Scouts will call at each home Saturday morning, where bags were left, and collect the tilled bags. ANNOUNCEMENTS LBOAL NOTICBS NOTtCB OP CLAIM DATB Notice It hereby liven to all persons that the nr»t Monday m May, I9«l. It the Claim Date la the flttate of JOHN MIttS. Deceased, pending Court of Madison and that claims P<trk 44 Planner* ROXANA — Srouters of 44 hart a planners meeting ' Tuesday at the twine of Mr, and and in his Cuban revolution '.And in Costn Rica Hertrr tnlkcc Cuba a menace. ? While this country broke ofr ahout Cllbn ' s comin * llndf>r Red 'Mn«.George'Koch. Plans were:Atw« Copies of the White Paper will i diplomatic relations with Castnv innupniv -. .discussed for the May Pack be distributed widely in Latin;and put some restriction? on America where Castro has sup-[sugar dealings with him. it stillj port, particularly among the land- j has economic dealing? with Cuba In the Probate county, Illinois. may tie filed against the said estate on 'or before s«id date without issu- of summons. Dated this 24th of EVA MAY Administratrix HILT. Probate Clerk. ANNOUNCEMENTS OARPBN Ph .. and Alton. OARDEN PLOWING Md MM Ifvellrtf: etto mtu jroto-MMW tor dona placet, ct WWT, ~ BENEFIT TtRDAY ffm CORPS, "ALL PROCB TOWARD THf CORPS tmON TRAVEL BXPI TioN.' ALTdN, sfmott SENSES," OARDBM ^ PLOWING yard FOR THE BEST in yard tardeo plowing. Rich Ovl 9-387*. HALL FOR RENT — Suitable fer large or small groups. Day ana evening engagements accepted. HO 5-6K13. Berry Harris. __ Rnt neither man directly a Communist LOOK better end feel better, or buv • M««ic Ben Reiexei. re neve* minor ache» and palni. re duces »od control* your n«ure. Free home demonstration. Rental 'Neither did this week's White Suppose this country now tried tough economic sanctions The result might be increased; . ill-will toward the United States! 15 .?"? nic t !?** l ? thmiicrhniit uiroupnout at the at inf . r . . rommunist \-ery moment when Presidpnt Ken-; L85irois ""' " i: ' " n • ' __ , , , nedy is tr>-ing to imptwr rela- less masses who applaud his taking land from the rich in Cuba. But is doesn't offer any solutions for getting rid of Castro unless you want to read into it a veiled suggestion this country would help a new rwolutton against him. ! lions. Here art- some examples of; 3 As for American mililnry ac- why he's toueh to handle tion — that probably would set 1. He has thr active support back this country's relations with of Russia and Rfd China. Last tV rest of I-atin Amcrira by Aug. 9 Premier Khrushchev many years. threaf<wd to inten rnf \vith rock- The time may conif whrn thr ets if this country was rcsnone) t'nittxi States feels r-ompellfd to ble for an attack on Cuba. take (ar harsher action than any 2. Other Latin-American gr»v-i tried so far. If that tirm- arrives -some of them shaky— it almost surely will bout even criticizing j by worse ten Castro because of his popularity''perhaps even a crisi<:. Paper. But it did pile evidence trpon evidence to show Cuba is _ . . ^ Commun.sts •"*. If the wlatile and unpredictable and the theme will be' Indian Country. The spring flshj fry in May to be given by the. March30. April*, is; H w. Broadway *— Pack was also discussed. PUBLIC NOTICE The Goodwill bags are being 1 Notice is hereby given that there nnltpr-tprf thi« tv*»lc nnrl mint he'" presently on file In the Office of collected tnis ween ana must ne the C((y ^ erk of (he CUy Qf A|ton on Cubmnster August Turtle's; the Official Zoning Map of the city • h h c nt11prinv -iP^ y >anirna>. in An jilof Alton showing thereon the vsr- rt H»i ious zoning uses and classifications JPack meeting on April 24 will: of /.oninn in effect on nnd prior to "use the theme "Air Adventure." : neremher 3I I36 ° GRAHAM W WATT. City Manager. W»14_ NOTlCE^-From thls"dey forward t will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. DatedthU 6th of April. 1961. David Ray Martin. 477 state Aid Rd,. Wood River, III. PLOWING — Discing and grading HO 2-7271. hr Srouters attending were Cnlv master and Mrs. August Tuttle. '• Mrs. Marie i he refuses to accept discipline, thon it's though unlikely, some day may turn on thr Communists Cuba and Hestro;, them Therefore at this moment they . . ... II-, Norman Rohnensfiehl Mr and 1 **"' 6 ' 1 proposals for cumpleic work mn\ wish they could kmx-k him •>"''"an i-ionnensnerti .vir. »nn ;for thg ,,<,„„,.„,,„„„ of a B asti ett, a n to prevent any turn-around by Mrs. George Koch. Mrs. Margie^ Court for salu Park. Alton iiimm^ him later no\\' that hr's servrd Miller and Mrs. Kllon Blair. , ^pcrifu-attons. plans ami proposal which was to get Hrrman's Mrs Lois Peach ThB fpkc Mnberrx-. ATrs. .Innef Ma.lor. j 0 ( t lie City of Alton win rcccivr their pur[>op control. R O X A N A — The Fireman's i - ^ ........... 4 - - t 'sheets may be obtained at the flee of the Architect. Samuel Sanner, lB82a Washington Ave , Alton. Illinois, on or afler April 5. 1961. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE You eon ploet your classified ad, classified kill or classl fled corrections 24 hours o day. Coll HO 5-6511 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. HINTS ON USING ELECTRONIC AD TAKER: EMPLOYMENT 17 WA-rf^Wy^ NKnU| PARTTtMl ht§ per week, - PI«H JWMJ 18 p o t. up to Of Mrjranr. 1 i fern. Mr. Kcnttey. nti Ttattj. If HELP APPLICATIONS fit C«* "«* Mowri s pefton. SBLH road, Godfrey, accepted. BLDBRLY LADY to «•» Ml home and help with light MQM work and 3 ichool tm children, parent* work ihlft Small watet DU 4-4642, IXCELLINT OPPORTUNITY BOOKKEEPER — General Ledter, trial balance and financial statement experience. Salary open. Air conditioned office. Insurance benefits. State a«e, experlnce, education. Apply I n wrllins to Box 840. carr Telegraph. FOUNTAIN G!Rt AND CURB otRI.S— Experience not necemry. Riverside Drive-In. LAt:Y WANTED for light homework Stay. Cal after 4 CL 47676. MATURE, Intelligent woman to hnndle part-time Interviewing at slgnmenta In Madison County, in terestmg work, no selling involved. Remuneration $1.80 an hour Pint mileage or carfare. Write Air Mall, Room 1508, 3 Penn Center Pleia, Philadelphia t, Pennsylvania stating qualifications. SECRETARY - RECEPTIONIST — Age 28 • 35. Nurse* aid, age 20 to 25. Doctor's office. Write Box 810. care Telegraph. BABY SITTER — SI 5. HO 2-4874. day week. 9-B BUSINESS SERVICE .. CBMBNT aternentt.. terete*, ourta .jM JwiiKd. MtM. HO »-om REMODELING "lit dterft Do It" HO a-ows DBCONA1TN0 H.J, (Pinky) PINKOWSKI— Painting, Interior It Exrtr. for. Dial HO 2-9143. In- «ur*d & Union Labor. 25 Yeart' Experfonea. PAINTING and wallpapering, Inter Irr and exterior. Complete ftome maintenance. MO 8-8048. CL 4-8780. CUNIItNGHAM PAINTING — lnt«. lor and exterior. Patch P attertnt. Carpenter work. Reasonable prfctt. HO 5-M18. INTERIOR - BXTBR10K Decorating, patch plattertng. Removing wallpaper. No JoD too tmall. HO 2701*3. WALtPAPER CLEANED — Paper tinging, painting, plaster repair, paper removed. HO 2-0361. RENTALS ALTON-* room n w apartment oat BAST FBROUSON A|JTS.-a tOA 4 room aptt. Alto ^efficiency, apt Heat. 4-M04. FOR RENT—4 rqotni houje. Water paid. Pa/tly furalihed. tth. unfurnished $46 month, oafden. electric range. ReferMcw. 4W N. Cottage, Cottage H11U. Bl. MILLS. APTS. UPPER ALTON-N«Wl7 red««0f«tld. Cute * roomi and baa OB first floor. ju« right W J5?'WMj»«r: ion or couple. Wo. HO 24J7B or HO ff-1747. MILTON AREA — 8 uofurntshed rooms, flret floor. HO 8-6831. NICE 4 room apt. Located near downtown area. Heat and water . furnished. Adults. MO month. 8-3381. HO ___ I SAL Esf Am BS-^5ve7~ 38. Oood In come for vacations, etc. ceir ItP 24278, among left-wing groups and the I What happened last August inj DUNEDIN. New Zealand — An masses in their own countries. } Costa Rica is a good example of; organisation to study the possi- Bui he is the popular hero. If Auxiliary met Tuesday evening hr disappears, a ww revolution at the homr of Mrs. James Gor-j nc B{mrd of p . lrk comm,,^,,,,., nvght destroy them. i na " m Centra] avenue. Follow-lers reserves the right to meet any ing the brief business meeting Wblle there is no talk in this country of attacking Cuba— which has become a Russian spearhead social hour was enjoyed and opening of bids, prizes won by Mrs. Clyde Lawrence. Mrs. Robert Lovell, Better Hustle Out to the WILD GOOSE BARGAIN BARN THIS WEEK END! what this country is up aeainstjbilitics in developing oil from * r •-- J ^ ItTIl 1 :iujn_u.i'**o.a *wu\_ t i «_«w »«-•*, i-« * vj, in trvnng to win over other Latin-1 shale deposits in Levis Valley lias, Lawrence Hof(man and Mrs .-American nations against Castro's'been formed here. l.iesse Dickerson. Refreshments Avere served by Mrs. Gornall and | Mrs. James Venablc. , 25,000 Goodwill Bags Distributed Over 25,000 Goodwill bags have been distributed throughout the Piasa Bird Council by about 3,200 Boy Scouts. The bags have been left at homes, to be tilled with old (clothing that can be repaired by i handicapped workers at the Good- iwill Industries. St. Louis. i The clothing, after being re- j paired, goes to the Goodwill Stores [and is sold to needy persons for waive technl-t and place ofj All bids shall be based upon the current minimum wage rates as 3 MILES EAST OF BETHALTO ON U. S. ROUTE 140 PRICES ARE WAY DOWN! SAVE ON CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS! THROW PILLOWS Solids or Fmtterni... Large etoc. Foam Filled 98 I 3 for S2.75 Men's Cotton ANKLETS Elastic Top. Nylon Reinforced, All Sizes 10-13 6 prs. 93 BOYS' KNITTED BRIEFS All Sizes Full Cut 4,., 89 c Ladies' Sleeveless BLOUSES, JAMAICAS, Pedal Pushers Many Styles and Colors. '1.00 3 for $2:>5 Ready to Hang DRAPES Fiberglaa or Acetate. Many colors and patterns. Complete with ha niters. 5 3.29 set SAVE ON APPLIANCES NATIONALLY KNOWN! 30 Gallon Glass Lined WATER HEATER '59.50 Westinghouse FOOD WASTE DISPOSER 5 44.50 54-Inch KITCHEN SINK AND CABINET with faucet and banket strainer. $ 74.50 White Wood TOILET SEATS '2.95 ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP MADISON COUNTY. ILLINOIS HENRY PELCHUS. JR., Department of Labor. Sealed proposals for the execution of the above work described will be received in the office of the Architect. Samuel E. Sanner. A. I. A.. Architect. I662a Washington Avenue, Alton. Illinois, on April H. 1961 at 3:30 P. M.. CST. and at that time, the proposals will be publicly opened and read. Proposals will be as follows: PROPOSAL NO. 1—For Complete Work for the construction of a Basketball Court as shown on the drawings and as specified for Salu Park. Alton, Illinois. April 6. 7. 8 IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORY—Of Ernest Sandberg Jr.. who passed away April tenth. 1958: Sadly missed by Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sandberg. Three Brothers. Clarence, Lawrence and Howard; one Sister. Mary, and their Families 6 MONUMENTS — CEM. LOTS 4 • GRAVE LOT'S — St. Patrick's Cemetery. Herman K-tlp. 408 E. Arch. Jerseyville. 869-W. PERSONALS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS —Help problem drinkers. P. 0. Box 185. East Alton. HO 5-1612. SOCIETIES and LODGES SAVE ON SHOES COME OUT — COMPARE OUR LARGE SELECTION Men's HEAVY DUTY WORK SHOES High or Oxfords '4.97 Sturdy SCHOOL OR DRESS SHOES Boyt' or Girls' '2,67 DRESS FLATS For Women end Girlt—- Spring Styles $ 2.77 TERRIFIC SAVINGS ON CANVAS FOOTWEAR FOR EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY «' ! <• <» <> <> <> 4> <• <> > <> SAVE ON GARDEN SUPPLIES! ROTARY POWER MOWER King size cot Full Power '44.95 POTTINQ SOIL Special Purchase 3 Pound Bog 34 SEE OUR COMPLETELY STOCKED GARDEN DEPT. California Grown HYBRID TEA ROSES 2 $1 09 for I Landscaping NURSERY STOCK 80x36 inch. Bulled and Burlapped "ArborviUte" $ 2.75 SAVE ON BOATS Wi Alto Carry A Complete Stock of Motors We Have a New Line off Boats Out Here and We Want You to Come Out and Compare Our Low Prices! JOHN BOATS I Feet— Regulor $89.50 Now '79.50 One IJMd 16-Foot "GLASTRON" 36 H.F. motor and trailer 5 1195 EXTRA LOW PRICE TAGS OH Nititnilly Known MOTORS! WILD GOOSE R.R.No, 1 3 Miles E. Bethalto Route 140 Op*» TMI10 O'clock Friday, Saturday a«d fcwday Nigfc» BARGAIN CENTER COME OUT TONITEI ~T Plaintiff, ) FRANCES PELCHUS, ) Defendant ) IN CHANCERY NO. 61-C-136 NOTICE The requisite affidavit for publication having been filed, notice Is hereby given to Frances Pelchus. that a suit has been filed In the 1 Circuit Court of Madison County. | Illinois by plaintiff against you, for; a divorce and for other relief; that summons duly Issued against you as provided by law and which suit Is still pending. Now. therefore, unless you. Frances Pelchus, fllei your answer to the complaint in! said suit or otherwise make your; apeparance therein, In the said Cir- suit Court of Madison County, held; In the Courthouse In the City of Edwardsville. Illinois on or before; 2nd day of May, 1961. default may: be entered against you at any time, after that day, and a decree enter-i ed in accordance with the prayer; of said complaint WILLARP V. PORfELL, Clerk WAGNER. CONNER. FERGUSON, BERTRAND & BAKER. Attorneys for the Plaintiff. 234 Coilinsvlllc Avenue. East St. Louis, Illinois. Wendell P. McCray. Of Counsel ALTON COUNCIL—No. 3, R&SM. Stated meeting. 7:30 p.m.. Thursday. April 6. 1961. John F. Webber, T. 1. M. AND AD NUMBER. (Spell your neme out). i. Be <ere to ttete the number of times you deitre your ed to run 3. Soeetc slowly and distinctly. 4. Remember this u e mechanical device. It will answer your cell end give yon recorded fnstruc tlons on whet to do. but other then t»et cannot answer any question you may neve. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH NIGHT CLASSIFIED NUMBER HO 5-65(1 6 P.M. TO 8 A.M. 110 INCOME TAX INCOME TAX — Evenings and Saturday by appointment. Charles Welrlch, formerly U.S. Internal revenue agent. HO 5-7429. INCOME TAX SERVICE 609 E. Broadway. HO 5-8022 Hours: 9:00 A. M. -3:00 P. M. Evenings—5:30-9:00 P. M. No Appointment Necessary Roger Stumpe, Albert Belanger INCOME TAX — Bookkeeping service. Carol D. Brokaw. For appointment HO 2-9351 or HO 2-7259. INCOME T\X — And bookkeeplni service for individuals or butt- ness. Milton Business '•ervlce. Marlon D. Keyser. Call HO 2-4371 for appointment. INCOME TAX SERVICE — S. G. Battles. 472 S. Prairie, Bethalto DU 4-4461. INCOME TAX SERVICE at your home. Harold Baker, former Internal Revenue Agent. HO 5-2t77. Tt'PPr.mVARE Homo Parties hns n|icnln«s for four 2 part-time 2 full time Karn $50 to SIOO week commissions Car nerpe^nry. CI. H-1212 for interview. WANTEn —White baby sitter. 5 dnys week, shift work._Hp_2-l!6!V •WANT 'ED "'^"Mlddieaged lady for baby sitting. 600 Ctevelnnd St.. .ler- seyvllle 12M-W. WANTED —"Registered nurse, or Illinois licensed practical. HO 5-3124. 23 Vlrden. Alton. WANTED — Baby sitter. Work straight ^ays HO 5-2U3 WANTED^White girl for light housework, help care for school age child, stay. CL 4-3063. U »ADIO - TV REPAIR GUARANTEED 7 " SERVICE nn nil mnkt's md models with Dmvn to Ciirth prices BILL'S TV SERVICE ft. 4-7023 <« SI OR AGR- MOVING NORTH ALTON— 5-ROOM NBWLV DECORATED. PRIVATE FRONT AND REAR ENTRANCE. HEAT AND WATER FURNISHED. STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. NO SMALL CHILREN. $100. HO 2-0055 OK HO 2-0316. — Modern 3 room apl E. 5th street. HO 5-8480. six ROOMS— Living : roonT Tsxis 1 . onf bedroom 12x14'. another 9x11,; breakfast room, cute kitchen, sun room nr den. bath. Beautifully decorated. River view. All utilities furnished. 2nd floor, private entrances. Oarage. No children. Lease only. $95.00 month. Call HO ACROSS THE STREET ACROSS THE NATION H. A. NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE LOCAL ft LONG DISTANCE! 2 -"° 3 I6M Washington Are. Dial HO a-MBi UPSTAIRS APT. — 802 Langdon. ur|- im — - - - -- - - ' furnished, a large rooms, privat AERO MAYFLOWER i bath, private entrance. Large hall, ifi . ki • • cT f attic. Hfiat furnished. $65 mo. HO jSloan $ Moving ft Storage Co. i .vrass. ___ '*""** ***"' FOR RENT— 3 nice large modern - - - WANTED — Experienced telephone girl to make appointments from 2 p.m. til 9:30 p.m. 6 days week Must be 21 or over. HO 5-4281. WHITE BABY SITTER to stay in home. One child, HO 5-1385. WHITE dependable baby sitter, over 18: shift work. Call after 5 p.m. HO 5-3192. WIDOW with 2 small children wants woman who Is alone to share home, help with children and housework, more for companionship than wages. CL 4-1485. 19 HELP WTD., Male * Female Machinist. Marine, 10 yrs. exp., general chemist. Inorganic. Engineer- Ing checker 7 yrs. exp. Librarian, degree. $5.000 year. Key punch operator, female. Wool presser, female. Clerk-stenographer. Apply In person. III. State Employment, 87 HRenry. No fee cWarged. SLEEPING ROOM—Well furnished; near bath. CL 4-5456. EXPERIENCED WOOL PRESSER — Full time employment. Rltz Cleaners. East Alton. CL 4-1722. 20 SALESMEN ATTENTION SALESMEN If you are looking for a better position why not get tn on the ground floor of new factory outlet. Apply Vanguard Agency. 2214 B. Broadway. Alton. TAX SERVICE—At your home in privacy. Don't wait In line. Carl Roberts. CL 4-9600. MAN OR WOMAN — FAMILIES NEED service in part of Alton. Cottage Hills. Bethalto or Ed- wardsvllle. See C. W. A. Miller, 466 Whitetaw Ave.. Wood River. Ph. CL 4-4202 or write Rawletgh's, Dept. ILD-690-557. Freeport. 111. EMPLOYMENT PEOPLE interested In saleswork, apply Shamrock Cafe between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m.. or after 5:30 p.m. FRANKLIN LODGE No. 25 AF& AM. Family night, Thursday, April 6. 6 p.m.. for all Masons and their friends. Meat and drink furnished, bring covered dish. L. E. GILLILAND. W.M. 10 LOST—STRAY1ED—STOLEN LOST—Child's companion, brlndle, Boxer, male, 7 months old. Brown i leather collar. Reward. HO 5-3662.' LOST—Wallet containing $42.50. j Wetstein Home, 32.11 Hawthorne voting place. Reward. HO 2-2673. • LOST—3 month old puppy, llsht brown, white chest. Bell view and) State street area. Children's pet. • Reward. HO 2-3736. _ ; LOST — Rosewood Heights area. I small male beagle hound, black.; white and brown. Answers to: name "Teddy." Reward for return. ' EXPERIENCED TV man desires work with TV shop. Write Box 750 I care Telegraph. | 17 HELP WANTED — MALE j 21 SITUATION WTD. — MALE ACCOUNTANTS Juniors and Seniors CPA Firm ESTABLISHED 27 YEARS—Diversified practice. Permanent position. Exceptional opportunity to advance. Not seasonal. Compensation open. State particulars in application. Apply In writing to: C. J. SCHLOSSER & COMPANY 211 Market Street, Alton. Illinois • i • •«• . k j • Local ft Long Distance Moving .varekoMe and Pe«e«dLot Storeg* !»*«• MO S-6M7 - 2M K. Elm RENTALS SLEEPING ROOMS EXTRA NICE large room. Also small. Clean. Reasonable. HO 2-7230. 720 Alby . FERGUSON HOTEL 17 WEST FERGUSON—in downtown Wood River. Steam heat. e»tr« clean. Plenty of b-th fecllltle*. Str- ia bedi. private parkin*. lobby with TV. Special weekly rttee. ROOM — Private entrance. 4 blocks from downtown. 401 Wood River. Wood River. ROOM — 2 blocks from downtown Wood River. Private entrance. Phone privileges. CL 4-3947. SLEEPING KOOM — Gentleman. Private entrance, shower. Near Industries. M. CL 4-1894. 43 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS ROOMS — Close to glass factory. Utilities paid. 1426 and 1202 4th St. HO 2-3588. APARTMENTS — PLATS 2 ROOM newly decorated unfurnished apt. Private bath and entrance. HO 6-3384. 3 ROOM APT. — HWF. Venetian blinds, automatic gas heat. 142 10th street, Wood River. CL 4-5493. 3 ROOMS and bath, utilities famished, 1109 E. 4th. HO 2-4643. 3-ROOM APT. — Private bath and entrance. 303 A Lorena. Wood River. 3 ROOMS — Private entrance and bath, ground floor. All utilities fur nished. Screened porch. S75 5-9161. unfurnished rooms, upstair*. Private entrance. CL 4-5685. and bath. Heat a i. ' v;ater furnished. Adults. Garage available. HO 5-8744. WORDEN APT. Beautiful 1. 2 and 3-bedrootn apartments. Also efficiency apts. Newly decorated. Heat and water furnished. Adults. HO 2-4912. 41 FURNISHED APARTMENTS 2 FURNISHED ROOMS —Utilities paid; near glass works. CL 4-0195. 2 ROOM FURNISHED APT. Utilities furnished. Close to St. Joseph's Hospital. Walking distance to Glass Co. HO 2-5268. 2 BEDROOM furnished apt. Adults only. Call after 4 p.m., 603 Alby. 2 MODERN ROOMS—*33 rao. 1228 Belle. HO 2-4277. HO 2-7216. 3 ROOM APT,—Bath, garage, automatic heat, water hea'er. Private. Attractive. Adults only. Foot Milton Hill. $65. HO 2-7886. 3 ROOM furnished apt. Newly redecorated. Upstairs. HO 2-0190. 3 ROOMS—Private. 209 McClure. HO 2-5174. 3 ROOM furnished apartment. Quite large and attractive. All utilities furnished. $100 month. HO 2-5456. 3 ROOM furnished apt. Newly redecorated. Good neighborhood, on bus line. Heat and water. Located- ed 7th and Henry. HO2-0190. 3 FURNISHED ROOMS—HO 5-3778. 3 FURNISHED ROOMS for rent 100 E. Hawthorne. Hartford. CL 4-4797. 3 ROOM FURNISHED APT. — private bath, lights, water, gas fur- jilshed. $65.00 per mo. 811 E. 5th St. 3 ROOM efClcfency apt. Located in nice residential area In Eait Al- HO' ton; completely redecorated. Very | reasonable. Adults only. Shown by 3 ROOMS—Large closets Private! —— 'JANITOR WORK—Or work of any ! kind CL 4-5764. i -- -- 3 ROOM APT. private bath & en jJOB WANTED—Yard work, handy trance. 315 McClure. HO 2-7591. man. Call HO 2-3860 after 5 p.m. 1 entrance. Water and heat furnish-; 3 ROOMS, furnished. Private bath ed CL 4-5774. -. ; and entrance, electric and water. $12.50 a week. HO 2-1427. BOY or MAN to mow 2 lawns once a week during the summer. Must have own transportation. Day. HO 5-3897: night. HO 2-0903. CREDIT MANAGER Retail expedience necessary. Give age and reference. Write Bos "1140" care Telegraph 22 SITUATIONS WTP.--jFEMALg ^ WANTED — General Housework. Fri. & Sat. HO 5-1039. WHITE LADY wants ironings and washings; experienced. Excellent work References. HO 2-7568. FINANCIAL 2.1 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ! I : OR SALE—St. Louis "Post-Dispatch ; paper route. So. Roxana, III. Call ONE Lady's black purse. Wednesday evening, either on river road or Quality Pontac ID Alton. HO 6-3756. March 30. April 6. 13 STRAYED — Siamese female cat. Kramer's Orchard and Rlver-Alre. Child's pet. Anyone with Information please call HO 6-2274. 11 NOTICES FREE USE of our carpet sham- poorer with purchase of Blue Lustre shampoo. Youngs. 104 W. 3rd. rRSTCLASS PAINTER around work Reliability a must. Drinkers need not apply Box 790 care Alton Telegraph MAN WANTED — Experienced in outboard engines and know-how to rig out boat Write Box 770. care Alton Evening Telegraph WANTED — Experienced appliance salesman. Only man with proven record of success need apply. Salary $500 plus bonus. Write Box 820 care Telegraph. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily ; 3 ROOM furnished basement apt. 3 ROOM APARTMENT -UtlHUes furnished. 321 West Main. East Al- .1.3863 ton. $85 mo. CL 4-9633 or HO 5-2257. ---""'- ------------------ . ^-S^«.V~i^^ — rTT -------- A --- r' 4 FURNISHED ROOMS and bath. 3 ROOM APT.— Garbage disposal, prlva te entrance. $65 month. HO 2-0729. colored bath, furnished or unfurnished. Inquire 1424 Milton. . •——-———— -—— —- 4 ROOM furnished upstairs apt. 3 ROOMS—Private bath screened Heat water TV and i aundry fa . porch, garage. Heat, water furnish- clllUes. HO 2-1507. ed. Greenwood Market. 1001! Brown. $60. Heal and water furnished. Park Drive. Alton. HO 2-3237. _ |4 ROOM furnished apt. & 2 room furnished apt. & one- room unit. HO 2-5264. : LAUNDROMAT with 6 room fur-] nished living quarters In rear. Katie Giacoletto. 309 E. Central, i Benld. Illinois. Phone VErnonj 5-2217. SUPER SERVICE STATION for lease. Downtown Alton location. 3 stalls. Popular brand gasoline. HO 2-7941. 8 to S. 3 ROOM DUPLEX -With gas heat j CLEAN, nice apt. Strictly private. J^J^ ae - CL 4 ' 62fll : . c . l r_±??!lj Adults. CL 4-5869. 827 Madison, ' ROOM air conditioned apt. Pan-| Wood River. MISC. FOR SALE MISC. FOR SALE MISC. FOR SALE I Clot* Out of Fishing Supplies FLOOR MATS REGULAR $9.98 WEEK "NEW" HEAVY DUTY SHOCK AISORIERS HUB GAPS From •8.99 4—H" and IB" ( "UNOONDITIONAIXV GUARANTEED for Ule of Car. FULL LINE SPEED EQUIPMENT • Oarb*, Scavenger Plpee SHIFTS, etc. | Phone for OP» UW PRICES BONDED BRAKE SHOES $ <* It S*» Up Excbcngt FREE AO KITES OARDEN hO$l € TRAILER HITCHES Iff Fw— W« punied by parent! PERSONAL SERVICE 30 DRESSMAKING—TAILORING CUSTOM-MAOE slip covers. Work guaranteed. June Hale. After 4, HO 6-2533. SLIP-COVERS—Drapes, alterations, miscellaneous sewing. CL 9-3261, HO 5-2692. BUSINESS SERVICE 12 BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS CARPET—Quality plus low pricti. All wool wire Wilton. 16 decorative color.* in nylon. Supervised Installation. Free estimates. Madison County Carpet. Lou-Juan Mills. 4 miles south of Edwardsvllta on Rt. 159. Call collect. ATlantic 8-7371. PIASA VALLA SHOE REPAIR — New location, 311 Belle St.. across from Pint National Bank (tide window). Soles and heels In 30 mln. Heels In 3 min., while you wait. Clean and dye shoes, any color. Have served the community over 12 years. B * M SHOE REPAIR. HO 5-9519. POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED—SHARPENED ALL MAKES Authorised Toro service Complete stock Toro. Kut Kwlck mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3826 Colleg*. HO 3-73M M BUILDING — CONTRACTING BLOCK * CONCRET8 WORK—Repair work. Free ettim«te». HO 84133. CARPENTER WORK—Roofing, repairing, remodeling. Concrete and masonry work. No lob too small. All work guaranteed. Free estimate* CL 4-3597. ANNOUNCEMENTS eled wood walls, ceramic tile bath, private entrance. Refrigerator, electric stovo Venetian blinds furnished. Located Connor's Apts.. 12 N. fith street. Wood River. CL 4-3869: after 5 and Saturday. CL 9-6163. 4 ROOM & BATH—Heat, water and electric paid. $47.50 month. J. W. Chambers. CL 4-5734. 4 LARGE ROOMS and bath, basement garage. All utilities furnished. 1100. HO B-6145. 4 ROOM APT. — 3800 B Oscar. Ground floor. $80. HO 5-5526. After 5, HO 2-8688. 4 ROOMS—Heat, water and laundry facilities. HO 2-1507. 4 ROOMS, bath, hot water. Reasonable. 820 E. Broadway. HO 2-3534 after 6 P.M. 5 LARGE ROOMS—Including living room, dining room and kitchen; 2 large bedrooms. Private entrance. Heat and water furnished. Close to bus line and schools. HO 2-1916 between 5 and 7. APARTMENTS—«12 3-7793. E. 6th. HO ATTRACTIVE—Modem 3 rooms & bath. 1104 Milton road, $65. Jamei Peeling. HO 2-9347. BEAUTIFUL 4 room unfurnished ell modern apt. Oarage, air conditioned, $112.50. Exclusive location. By appointment only. HO 5-5426. ANNOUNCEMENTS PIASA MOTOR FUELS HEATING OILS HOfr-UM Humbert Rd. »t New BeltUne for Right Prlct CALL HO 2-9143 AlUn MaJDtiRinei Piiitiai INI* DfftritlHi (•tirlir iM litiritr taunt 1 Htvy J. Ptak*wik! Change to: CITY FUEL ft SUPPLY CO. HOMM4 CLEAN—Alton, 1-2 rooms furnished. Private bath, entrance, utilities. CL 9-2100. NICE 2-ROOM FURNISHED APT.— With all utilities. HO 5-7331. NIC-iLY furnished 3 rooms. Wood Riv»r. Utilities paid. $14.50 week. DU 4-9468. NORTH ALTON — 3-room farttih- ed apt. Private entrance and bath. HO 2-8670. HO 6-2712 after 6 p.m. FINANCIAL AUTOMOBILE LOANS N«w or Us«d Cora REASONABLE BANK RATES fnsfaHmwi toot Dwporfmrat 1'HM wd Bell* ftUmbt* fJKLG. STOP Worrying About Unpaid Bill*! We'll Loan You Up to SO A A • Prompt • Confidential COME Of TWMV OK GAIX GODFREY FINANCE COMPANY Conveniently located fart aft P#ltUu* Higawa> t» CadfreTid. Ptuuut HO •-»*!« «r»v« « Pa/kin,

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