Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 2, 1972 · Page 21
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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, September 2, 1972
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I Obituaries Moore Mrs. Edith B. Moore, 81, of Marion, HI. and formerly of Alton, died at 3 a.m. today at the Marion Memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Moore was employed as a nurses aid for 17 years at St. Anthony's Hospital while living in Alton. She was born May 7, 1891 In Tilsit, Mo. and was married Nov. 23, 1908 to John F. Moore, who preceded her in death. She was a member of SS. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church and the Altar Society of the church. Surviving are two sons, Glenn .G. of Godfrey and Clarence of Alton; a daughter, Mrs. Nathan (Patricia) Kaplan of Marion, HI.; four grandchildren and il great-grandchildren. A funeral mass wil be at 9 a.m. Tuesday at SS. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church and burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Sunday at Gent Funeral Home, where a prayer service will be at 7:30 p.m. Monday. White Mrs. Ruby B. White, 66, of 347 Ruth, Cottage Hills, died at 11 p.m. Friday at St. Anthony's Hospital after a lengthy illness. She was born in Basket, Ky., Oct. 15, 1905, and married John Q. White on Nov. 29,1P34 in East Alton. She attended the East Alton Church of God. . Surviving are her husband, John; a daughter, Mrs. Lewis (Betty) Harszy of Cottage Hills; a brother, George W. Vannoy of Wood River. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Monday at Smith Funeral Home in Wood River, where funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the East Alton Church of God with the Rev. Kenneth Moore officiating. Burial will be in Woodland Hills Cemetery. Hunt BRIGHTON - Edward Hunt, a former Brighton resident, died at 9:15 a.m. today at Alton Memorial Hospital after failing health of several years. He had lived at Eunice Smith Nursing Home for the past iy 2 years. He was born Dec. 6, 1895 in Fayette, 111. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Warner Funeral Home in Brighton. Lawless Henry W. Lawless, 68, a former Alton, resident, died at 10:45 a.m. Friday at the Illinois Sailors and Soldiers Home in Quincy, where he had been the past 15 months. He was bora Dec. 30, 1903 at Lockhaven. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Nora Michael of Alton and WOOD RIVER KUBY B. WHITE Visitation after 2 pm Monday. Services 11 am Tuesday, East Alton Church of God. , Wood River, Betbalto two nephews. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Gent Funeral Home with the Rev. Carl Cook officiating. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Thurston PEARL - Mrs. Lillie Thurston, 62, of Pearl, died Friday at. Illini Hospital in Pittsfield. She was born in Greene County on Feb. 13, 1910. Surviving are a son, John of Pearl; a brother, Edward Shores of Greenfield and two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Cochran of Forest Park, III. and Mrs. L e a t h a Killebrew of Palmyra. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Hanks Funeral Home in Pearl with the Rev. Joe Rowlett officiating. Burial will be in Green Pond Cemetery, Pearl. Friends may call after 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Haselbarth HARDIN — Karl E. Haselbarth, 87, a farmer of Hardin, was found dead Thursday at his home. He was born in Germany on Feb. 9,1885. Graveside services will be at 4 pm. Sunday at the Hardin Cemetery with the Rev. Ronald Kilmer officiating. There will be no visitation. The Hanks Funeral Home in Hardin is in charge. New hope on child molesters STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Measuring a person's sexual preferences and arousal level by studying sexually- stimulatefl brain waves may help pinpoint child molesters, Stanford University researchers say. It may provide clues to determine whether psychiatric treatment has altered arousal patterns in child molesters and other sexual deviates, a psychiatrists' team that conducted a study said Friday. Using slide photographs to trigger sexual responses in the brain's "E" or "expectancy waves, 1 ' psychiatrists c o uld learn whether their counseling worked or whether the patient lied in reporting a lowering or absence of previous deviate feelings, the team said. Their success in studying torain wave sexual response to photographs may be broadened to measure progress in other psychiatric areas, the team said. One member, Dr. Ronald M. Costell, said he will try the technique in family interaction studies at the National Institute for Mental Healh in Washingon D.C. Until now, scientists were unable to measure tiny E waves of the brain, but the Stanford researchers succeeded in sorting the waves by using sophisticated computer equipment, they aid. They said they established that the intensity of the waves is correlated with sexual preference. Airlines 9 courtesy inconstant By VERN HAUGLAND WASHINGTON (AP) - On some airlines, when there is a flight delay, the passengers who complain strongly enough may get a meal, a long distance call or even an overnight hotel room, all free of charge. Passengers who are bashful or unaware of their rights may get nothing. On Braniff, the delayed first class passenger can get a hotel room and a $5 dinner if he speaks up, but the coach passenger will get no more than a $3 dinner, and no free hotel room. The Civil Aeronautics Board thinks all this may be discriminatory. The CAB Friday launched an investigation of the so- called courtesy services which are provided passengers in the event of flight delays or cancellations. Most of the airlines provide some services when a passenger holds a confirmed reservation and the delay exceeds four hours, the CAB said. These include meals during normal meal hours, one long- distance telephone call or telegram, hotel accommodations if a scheduled flight is to depart between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., and ground transportation to the hotel or city center. The CAB said four airlines— Delta, Eastern, Western, and Wien of Alaska—indicate they will take the initiative in informing the passenger of such services. McCain says Vietnamization program proves successful By BOB BARR HONOLULU (AP) — The outgoing commander of the vast U.S. Pacific military command says American policy in Vietnam is succeeding. "The Vietnamization program is successful...the Nixon doctrine is sound," Adm. John S. McCain Jr. declared Friday as he yielded the command to Adm. Noel Gayler with President Nixon looking on. Moments later, McCain joined the President for a flight to San Clemente, Calif., as Nixon ended a two-day summit meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Kakeui Tanaka. McCain — a peppery defender of U.S. Vietnam policy during his four years in command — is high among the possible candidates to succeed Ellsworth Bunker as ambassador to South Vietnam. Bunker met here with Nixon and indicated he was ready to retire next year. McCain has said he would like to be an ambassador. Friday's ceremony gave Gayler a command which has been reduced to 450,000 men. It was one million when McCain took the reins in 1968. It covers 85 million square miles. "This is a direct result of the success we have had in Vietnam," McCain said. "These are hard facts which are uncontested." Nixon pinned a gold star to McCain's Distinguished Service Medal in recognition of his years in command. McCain spoke of the military aspects of his command, but the President touched on personal misfortune which has followed "one of the great families of a proud Navy tradition." Lt. Cmdr. John S. McCain III, Nixon noted, has been a North Vietnamese prisoner of war since 1967. McCain seldom mentions his imprisoned son in public, and did not mention him Friday. * * * Moving? Sell those useful but no longer needed items with a Telegraph Want Ad! Call 465-6641 to place your ad * * * ANNOUNCEMENTS Legal Legal 4947 — 26-Sept. 2 NOTICE Public Notice is hereby given tha on August 16, A.D. 1972, a certiftcat was filed in the Office of the Count Clerk of Madison County, Illinois setting forth the names and post-offic addresses of all persons owning conducting and transacting the bus rnltfel 0 ^? as , SHURECATCH BAI COMPANY, located at 315 Le Street, Bethalto, Illinois. ( ;d this J6th d& y ° f Au & us 197*. EULALIA HOTZ Lega! 4980 Sept. 2-5, ^T^ A meetlnR of the Hayner Publi Library District Board of Director will be held Tuesday, September 5 1972 at 7:30 p.m. in the board room of the Library. W. E. HUFF, Secretary Business briefs Promoted Wayne Fisher of 1401 Rodgers St., Alton, will replace John Claybour as supervisor of the neck ring department of Owens-Illinois mold manufacturing plant in Godfrey, effective Aug. 31. Claybour is retiring after years with the company. Fisher has been with Owens- Illinois since April, 1951. Expands The Greater Alton Delivery Service which started operations on Nov. 29, 1971, with one unit and four customers now consists of three units and 17 customers including florists, pharmacies and local industries, Among the five people employed by the service is Robert Schmidt, manager and owner, and his partner, Dennis Schmidt. Located at 649 Oakwood in Alton, the business has im- HENRY W. LAWLESS Services 11 am Tuesday, Gent Chapel. Rev. Carl Cook officiating. Burial Upper Alton Cemetery. In state in chapel alter 7 prn Monday. EDITH B. MOORE Services 9 am Tuesday SS Peter & Paul's Church. Burial St. Joseph's Cemetery. In state in chapel after 7 pm Sunday. Prayer Service 7:30 pm Monday. mediate plans to expand its small parcel division under a permit issued by the Illinois Commerce Commission Packages up to 50 pounds within a 10-mile radius of Alton are permitted. Robert Schmidt is handling the soliciting of most of the new accounts. Conference Two representatives of the Prudential Insurance Co.'s Alton district agency, 2604 College Avenue, recently attended the company's International Business Conference in Canada at the Hotel Vancouver, Vancouver, British Columbia. The delegates were: Agent James Beatty and Agent Homed' R. Gernigin. Stock split Laclede Steel Co. has announced a two for one split of the common stock in the form of a 100 per cent stocK dividend (one additional share for each share held) payahb by issuance of stock on Sept. 29, 1972, to stockholders of record Sept. 15,1972. The regular quarterly dividend policy that was reestablished on July 28, 19/2, of 50 cents per share will continue, and will apply to all issued shares of the common stock. There are presently 206,250 shares of $20 par value- common stock outstanding. The transaction provides that for each share of $20 pa-value common stock issued, earned surplus shall be charged $20 and capital stock shall be credited in the same amount. On Feb. 28, 1929. as the result of a five for one stock split, the number of common shares was increase<1 from 41,250 to 206,250 and tbr. par value was changed from $100 a share to $20 a share. Wankel near DETROIT (AP) - Vega drivers may get a whisper quiet ride when General Motors Corp. introduces the Wankel rotary engine, presumably in the small car's 1974 models. The world's largest automaker announced Monday that the Wankel may be offered as an option in the Vega line "in about two years." What's a Wankel? It is a radical modification of the internal combustion engine. The inventor, Felix Wankel, describes it as a rotating piston. Triangular rotors revolving in an elliptical chamber provide the power instead of a piston, which goes up and dewn. Its light weight will save about 300 pounds in a typical U.S. car. And, besides being whisper quiet, it runs happily on very-low octane gas. The announcement by GM is significant because it means that millions may be spent to produce new tools to make the engine; cars may be smaller' because the Wankel is about two-thirds the size of a comparative horsepower internal combustion engine, and with fewer moving parts it could provide savings in upkeep and repair. Since the rotary engine is smaller there will be more room under the hood for b u k 1 y emission control devices. Last November, General Motors agreed to pay $50 million to NSU (a Volkswagen subsidiary) for the right to study the engine and manufacture it. While the Germans had been tinkering with the engine, a small Japanese automaker, Toyo Kogyo (Mazda in the U.S.) improved on the German NSU design. Card of Thanks THE FAMILY OF JOHN SINGLE TON wishes to thank relatives friends, neighbors, the nursing slaffs of St. Joseph's and Alton Memorial Hospitals for all thel acts of kindness. In Memoriam IpvlriE memory of EMMA BUR- passed away 1971 Her memories will always be cherished. Sadly missed by husband and chll dren. 3 — 2 — -In loving memory of our Dear Mother MRS. SOPHIA MARGARET (MADISON) MOORE who Passed away 11 years ago Sept You are gone, But not forgotten Sadly missed by' daughters, sons grandchildren 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 7 — 19-26-Sept. 2' HAPPINESS is being volunteer at Blu-Fountain Manor Nursing Home Try it! You'll like it! 4(56-0443 7 — TF Tu Th Sat SEE THEM-YOU'LL LIKE THEM —Beautiful mobile homes at Storey land Mobile Homes. Happy Ads 7A the 7A — 2 HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOM To someone dear through all years. Love, Karen, Kathy. Brad, Barbie, Archie & Dad. SIDNEY GA2ES~ imo his crystal ball und pri-dicts a fabulous birthday for a proofreading Virgo. Happy Birthday Carol. * ' _ , t ('a IK-IT & Leo MOM & DAD— Have a huppy Scandinavian trip _ , t Mark & Nancee. HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOMMY With love from us both. _ , t Gene & Laurie Some rain, some sun, Some heartache*, some fun. Contrary to predictions. Still loycther, best conditions. fhanki Mom, & Happy Anniversary. HAPPY" BIKTIIDAY TO TliRRY JOE WRAY — Mum and Dud. 7A — 2 JILL — We will !))]!..•> you. but we won't forget you. buddy. Love: Robyn und Pain WELCOME BACK TO THE WORLD — NANCY, MARK, AND IT SCHMIDT, SARALEA AND DON SCHROEDER _ ^ HAPPY ANNIVERSARY — To Mr and Mis B>.b Mi-Call. Janette. Gerry. Richard and brc.-nda. 7A — •> __ HAPPY BIRTHDAY POP — It's been 81 year*, we love you. Homer, Orval, Norine. Eileen. Freddie Merle & all the children. .Attire Afimr to rrwfwi fastt ACROSS 1 Protective cloth for baby 4— .flannel suit 8 — topcoat 12 Poem 13 Ardent affection, 14 Athena 15 Prevailed 16 Natives of western 18 Slim 20 Flat-topped hilte 21 Expire 22 Slight tastes 24 Secular 26 Biological entity 27 Health resort SO Agree 32 Redacted 34 Kind of fruit 35 Move back 38 Editors (ab.) 37 Violent passion 89 Currier and 40Otherwitt 41 Observe 42Swordllke weapon (var.) 45 Order anew 49 Wearisome routine 51 Eggs 52 Genus of ducks 53 Comfort 54 Oriental coin 55 Surf noise 58 Cheerful 57 Wapiti DOWN 1 Buttons and 2 False god 3 Married men 4.Clear space in a forest Alton Evening Telegraph Saturday, September 2,1972 TBUDV 5 Italian city 6 Reluctant 7 Suffix 8 Confronts 9 Ah, me! 10 Feminine appellation 11 Maiden 17 Obstruct 19 More refined 23 Indolent 24 Trimming for an underslip 25 Sour substance 26 Class ' 27 Ship lacier 28 Foot (comb, form) 29 Fruit drinks 31 All up in finery 33 Frostier 38 Continued story 40 Rub out 41 Having soles 42 Asterisk 43 Italian river 44 Vanquish 46 Lohengrin's bride 47 Wicked 48 Tier SOFeminlne nickname (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) ANNOUNCEMENTS Rummage & Garage Sales 8 JAR AGE SALE— Lots used school clothing. 25c-50c. Old dishes. Some furniture. 125 N. Oak, Cottage Hills. Friday, Saturday, Monday, 9-5:30. — 5 -BASEMENT SALE— Tools, furniture, glassware, appliances, misc. 9 to 5 Tuesday thru Saturday. 1704 South Rodgers Ave., Alton. — 5 -SALE — 2335 Fairvlew Dr., Alton. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Lawn mower, bike, fur, all types clothing. 8 — FREE GARAGE SALE sign with each advertisement placed in Alton at 8 — Sept. 27 CHURCH NEEDS— And will pick up clothing, furniture, books, anything Of value. 466-6857, 466-5421, 4G6-6132. Elm Street Presbyterian. Lost—Strayed—Stolen 10 10-6 : LARGE MALE AIREDALE—Heav\ collar with large ring & snap Re ward. Call 465-6033. 10 — 6 — FOUND MONDAY IN ALTON — Coati-Mundi, wearing harness 465-7486. Owner please come ant claim. 10 — 2 FOUND — Brown & black male Airedale full grown dog. Claim and Pay for ad. 462-7105. 10 — 4 TO MAN DRIVING a white Olds station wagon, taking wallet from Fish and Chips, return wallet and all contents. I have your license number. Notices 11 HAPPINESS is working for the McGovern-Shriver ticket at 1646 Washington Ave., Upper Alton. Open 9-9, Monday thru Saturday. 1A — 11 Riders 11A RIDE WANTED — Upper Alton to David Renken School, St. Louis 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. 1A — 2 — . E WANTED — From East Alton Famous at Northwest Plaza. 3:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Tuesday thru Friday. 259-2663. 1A — 2 :IDE WANTED from Alton High to West Junior High al 2:30 Monday through Friday. Ph. 462-7417. 3RIVING TO PHOENIX, Sept. 7th, room lor one passenger. Call EDUCATIONAL Local Instruction 13 13 — Oct. 4 PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOL — Junior high tutoring, Certified teacher, all subjects, especially sciences. 465-6252. math and Music. Dancing, Drama 14 14 — Sept 6 -.NDIVIDUAL PIANO LESSONS OFFERED—$1.50. Mrs. Ziebold. Ph 462*9597. 14 — 7 —— PIANO LESSONS — Experienced teacher with music degree. Contact Sandra Stewart, 259-3396, Wooc River. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted 17 — . . . TEACHER NEEDS mature reliable babysitter for 2-yeur-old child. In my home. Must have own transportation & references. Call 466-7340 anytime Saturday, Sunday or Monday. Or after 4 p.m. Tuesday thru Friday. D'Adrian Gardens. MEN OR YOUNG MEN—To help take down carnival. Apply at Beth alto Homecoming. Monday evening Sept. 4, 9 p.m. y * 7 — 26 BROKERS — With tractors wanted immediately, with or without trail r a unerr Motor Freight Lines, Inc Craw , fordsvllle, Ind. 1-800-642-4320. CLASSIFIED DEADLINES FAMILY WANT ADS 0 A.M. Day of Publication (Classified Only) 'e urge that wherever possible — — - o — »•«»•» **.«l.lwvl pUSSIUII :hat you place your ad the day before. We can give you better service. 3:00 p.m. day before on all liner ads. 11:00 a.m. day before on small classified display V4 page or page 4 day* prior to publication. he tame deadlines will prevail on commercial advertising as before Dial 465-6641 8 A.M. • 5 P.M. 5 P.M. to 8 A.M. 465-6511 BABYSITTER WANTED — My home, 2 school use children, after school and some weekends. Call 259-2718. 7 — 5 BABYSITTER — My home. 2 children. Straight evenings Call between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. 254-U772. 7 — 7 —— BARMAID WANTED — Full time Inquire 8 E. Ferguson after 2 p.m. JEAUTICIAN WANTED for large beauty salon. Experience preferred. Following helpful. Ask for Hazel. 254-1934 7 — 5' BABYSITTER WANT!-13 — 2 or 3 days week, one child, come to home. David Acres near Brighton 372-8533. 7 — Sept. 15 AREA MANUFACTURER needs young man, 2_B lo 40 years of age, us general office manager. Some knowledge of selling and construction prints needed. Will also In- r ....... ...... ubl H.^W in- CAI'CI it'nce as pioji-ct engine volve telephone work and truck construction sites, to $15,000 dispatching Please send detailed resume and salary history to: Box 9UO. c/o Alton Evening Telegraph. 17 — TF ACCOUNTANT — Contact Parkview Placement. 217-S54-3200 Carlinville. 17 — TF EXPERIENCED SECRETARY — Shorthand required. Contact Park . view Placement, 217-854-3209. Carlinville. 17 — 5 BABYSITTER WANTED—Come my home 7 a.m to 12 a.m. M->n thru Fri. Call 465-2114 4 to » p.m. 17 — ~i BABYSITTER WANTED — 18 or over. My home. Shift work. 2 pre school i-hiklron. 465-1741. "No need to apologize, we all dial the wrong number occasionally — but why waste a call? What's new with you?" EMPLOYMENT 17—2 Help Wanted 17 11 — t, — ————————» IB — aept. 11 «_——___ BARMAID — To work at Mary's SALESMEN — Earn $250 per week rniinoo Anniv i n „„,«,,., Leads furnished. Car necessary Call 465-7867, 4-7 p.m. only. Lounge. Apply In person 17 — Sept. 8 CARRY OUT BOY — 18 or over. Part-time. Comet, 3687 E. Broadway, Alton. 17-5 WANTED 30—MEN—-30 Eastgate Plaza, Wednesday, Sept. 6. Help erect Amusement Rides. Ask for Show Manager on parking lot, 8 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 6. 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 Ailmon, 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. VtATURE WOMAN—To babysit for 2 children. Days & evenings. Must have own transportation. 254-2390. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for good qualified beautician now open at Regal Hair Fashions in Godfrey. Excellent working conditions, pay, and vacation pay after 1 year. For appointment call 466-5211, Tuesday thru Saturday 17 _ TF — JOBS FOR MEN AND WOMEN—Up to $200 week. American Employment, 726 E. Broadway, Alton. 17 — Sept. 20 WANTED—First class welders and shlpfitters. Apply in person. American Commercial Barge Lines, foot of Plum. Alton, 111. 17 — 2 HAIRDRESSER — Work for your self, rent a station, one available Artistic Flair. 462-8847 17 — 6 - : - AvailABILITY BEGINNER TYPIST — HS grad., type 50 w/m electric, plus good clerical aptitude, start S330. KEYPUNCH — Day shift, experience, 02!) - 059, good benefits, start $425 . $475. ACCOUNTANT CLERK — Mature Individual with proven experience working with detailed calculations, some supervisory experience pre- EMPLOYMENT Sales People Wanted 18 18 — Sept. Situation Wanted—Male 19 10 — 11 HAUL TRASH — Clean basements. Small trees removed. Tear down small buildings. Any clean-up. $10 per truck load. Arthur Barnes, Veteran. 259-1296. TRAILER Repairman: Two years experience in Trailer repair and sales. Aircraft mechanic In Army. Single. High school grad. 15 week Aircraft Mechanic School line. Phone 462-9204 C-13 10 — 5 —— _ TIMEKEEPER AND PAYROLL CLERK—Since retired from the USAF have had 7 years experience with construction timekeeping and payroll. Have references. Please contact 462-5695, 465-0400. 1!) - 6 __ CREDIT Manager: 2 years experience with major consumer finance company. Worked In finance while in Army. Good appearance and phone manner. High school grad. Married, owns car. Phone 462-9204 C-12 19 - 6 ACCOUNTANT: 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. 462- AIR 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 2>A 6 months elec- in military •> ferred, $450. for advancements. Start SECRETARY — 2-3 years work history, type 50 w/m, 80 s/h, with ability to take responsibility, start $450 - $480. STATISTICAL TYPIST—Must be ex- immedlately, with or without trail- perienced typing numbers, good lo- ers. 75 per cent of gross revenue— cation, outstanding benefits, start waiting Jor your call. Thunderbird * 5 - 5 - of SECRETARY — For director personnel, must be personable and able to meet people, plus good typing and s/h, merit increases, start $•150. AvailABILITY :NSURANCE INSPECTOR—company will train to Inspect buildings for insurance purposes, must have construction experience, start SU,000-$6,800 plus. :REDIT MANAGER — Experienced in credit working with dealers and wholesalers. $10,000 - $12,000. :USTOMER SERVICE in office of major firm, handling customers orders, some experience and some college, to $8,400. MATERIAL CONTROL — Schedule supplies, record shipments, etc., In purchasing section, to $8,400. -NGINEER—Degree not necessary, experience as project engineer at • CCOL'NTANT — hxpt-rienct- as financial analyst and procedure writing $14,000 OPEN THURSDAY 'TIL 7 P.M. AvailABILITY «")0 t. Uroudwuy—ttiii-SS.!! MOTORCYCLE MECHANIC' yrs. experience. " trical-mechanlcal .. years experience military radar repair. One year college. Married. Owns car. Phone 462-9204. C-16 D »5.M TAL Assistant: Three years Military experience. Assisted two dentists in all aspects of chairside dentistry. High School grad. Age 22. Owns car. Phone 462-9204 C-17 nt - 6 • , —DEPT. Manager. l>/ 2 years experience as a shoe store manaficr. Handled sales personnel. All Br>ok work, merchandising, shipping ind receiving, payroll. High school grad. Age 27. Married, own car t veteran. Phone 462-9204 C-10 L . AY °UT Artist: 32 months com- blned experience as Chief Lay HI t artist and advertising manner Coordinated newspaper ads for three Illinois stores. Has suner- visory experience. Three v^s college. Married. Age 28 owns rar veteran. Phone 462-9204 C-n ' Wanted. Female 20 IRONINGS WANTED — Reasonable & experienced. 465-5259. 20 ~ 2 BABYSITTING W.ANTED— Walking H 20—1 and SAVE TIME — Have W6St Scht >°' school. 377-9983. Ironing 20 — 2 - — _ -- , __ . B . AB YSITTING JOB WANTED - 20 — Sept. 2 BABYSITTING 466-3540. • Experienced. Ph. FINANCIAL Business Opportunities 23 „.< WALLPAPER BUSINESS , SALE—LeiII 254-2281. PERSONAL SERVICE Sales People Wanted 8 — Sept 30 18 EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN Major national company has immediate employment opportunity at local facility for maintenance electrician. Applicant must have 3 to 5 years industrial maintenance experience, high school diploma, or G.E.D. Potential for future growth. Prefer recent vets, with military maintenance background. To arrange for personal interview, submit letter, outlining work history, education, personal data and telephone number to Box 1010 c/o Alton Evening Telegraph. HELP WANTED o INSTRUMENT MAN QualiticaUons Are: Hi^h school i-ducatlon, 5 years experience 111 instrument repair work with a thorough knowledge of electronics, solid slate equipment ami pneumatic instrumentation. Good working condition.-, and excellent fringe beneiit.s, rate $5.71 per hour with oppui i unity for advancement' Phone fal8-4ea-yj;,l weekday* between g am and 4 [w fur appointment. ILLINOIS POWER CO. Hood Kiver Fower Station, E*»t Alton, ill. Equal Opportunity Employer KY IT. YOU'LL LIKE IT — Playhouse Toy Demonstrators needed in all meus. Car and phone necessary. Call S. Hives, 1-217-835-1373 P Cordon 1-61S-87B-8224. D. Cotter l-t>18"l65-5338. IS — HOUSEWIVES — Children back in .school. UM' >our tiee time for part lime earnings (Jood Opportunity in your own neighborhood. 462-037;!. H-ll a m. 18—2 CHRISTMAS NOT FAR OFF— Lota of gifts to buy.' Let me show you how to get free toys and other gifts. Call 2'- IS - ti - WANTL'b WOM1-N — Telephon good houi». good s;il n-\ , . 707 Berkshire Buikiiii" Uend unite. is — :• HorieMlje — - _ --- . AMBITIOUS J'liKSOSS whn want to earn, bu: can work pan time, po.-,- Mble oppor'.umtv to iarn $3 per hi>ur or more. Truiiiiinj given. Cull 465-7473 lor mu-rview between U-H a in Dressmaking—Tailoring 30 -SO — sept. 2<i — DRESSMAKING - Men's, women's alterations. Custom made drapes. .($-1107 Walker. 3205 Edgewood. XOW oi-.'.N _ Alteration Shop. lOti I-.ix. Wood River. Behind Skaggs Slc.-akhnui.i-. /ippers, repairs and dressmaking. 259-U9,'!4. BUSINESS SERVICE Business Announcement 32 ,)2 — S HOM1. INSLC'I 278 2003. 32 — S _ REMOVAL — PEST CONTROL & Carpet Installation. Also cleaning. Reasonable CM anytime 463-0568! WINDOW & CENTRAL A!R CONDITIONER REPAIR Fedder authorized service. 259-3505. ™ E1 r- s REMOVED-Tree trimming, shrubs trimmed, haul away. Full &'SS» Free Mtimat "- '«• 4 TREKS TRIMMED — Removed spravcj Experienced. Fully in- snivel. Free estimates. Burton's 1 ree Service. 4(i5.u073 or 254-S442 32 — Sept 2 _—SPLIT SECOND COPY CENTER- LOW fu»t instant printing, while you wait. Xerox copies, pick-up and delivery. 11 W. Third St. 463-0747. 32 — Sept 5 — AIR CONDITIONER SERVICE RJ Refrigeration. Phon* 462-2809 FINANCIAL FINANCIAL DEALERSHIP AVAILABLE One of the Big Three Truck Manufacturers FULL LINE OF RECREATIONAL VEHICLES HEAVY DUTY TRUCKS Contact L. A*. Barnhart Telephone 1-314-892-0575

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