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•ATURDAY, Obituaries RE Stafford KOY E. STAFFORD Roy E. Stafford, retired bar her, who operated a shop for many years In Mineral Springs Hotel, died In his sleep Friday night at Lakewood, Ohio, where he had been making his home with a daughter, Mrs. P. J. Cooney. He was 80. Funeral rites and burial will be Monday at Lakewood, according to word received by his sisters, Mrs. Abbie Legate and Mrs. T. J. EdsaB, Alton. Mr. Stafford, reputedly one ol Alton's oldest barbers at time of his retirement in 1954, started his career as an apprentice in a shop at Grafton. In those days haircuts were 25 cents and shaves a dime. He had completed 57 years service as a barber at time of his retirement. He was born in Grafton, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stafford. He attended the Graf- «d Monday ft 8 p.m., in llarrmm ffumni Home, WOT- dtn, toy the Rev. Donald Pniiett, pastor of New Hope Baptist Church, worden. Burial will be In Valhalla Memorial Park, near Alton. E, J. Burk EDWARDSVILLE - Edward James Burk, 80, of 1004 Frank* lln Ave., died at 3:15 p.m. Frt day in St. Joseph's Hospital .High, land, where he had been a pa* tient for a month. An Edwards' vtlle resident for the past 40 years he had formerly been employed at the U. S. Radiator Co. here, Born Feb. 7, 1881 tn Troy, HI., a son of the late EJli and Rose Burk, he was married June 8, 1912, to Anna Schoon who survi« ves. Also surviving are give sister! and a brother, all of Troy: .Fred Burk, Mrs. Rose Peters, Miss Lillian Burk, Miss Doll Burk Mrs. Louise Moore and Mrs Alice Bone. He was a member of Eden Evangelical and Reformed Church. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at Lesley Marks Funeral Home by the Rev. R. F. Tormohlen, pastor of Eden Church. Friends may call at the funeral home after 10 a.m. Sunday. Burial will be in Oaklawn cemetery. I ALTON EVKNTNO TELEGRAPH Elzie Jones Funeral services for Elzt* Jones. 66, of 921 Belle St., will be conducted Sunday at 8 p.m., in Russell Chapel by the Rev. John C. Oliver. Burial will be Harrell To Appeal Decision LOUISVILLE, ffl. (AP)—An attorney for John R. Harrell gays he plans to go directly to the state Supreme Court in HarnH't fight to maintain A controversial religious school. John Unger, Danville attorney, represented Harrell Friday at a Clay County Court hearing tn which Harrell and three of his followers asked acquittal or a new trial on a truancy conviction. Harrell and the others were charged by the county with keeping their children out of public schools and sending them to Harrell's school illegally. The county contends HarrelPs school does not meet state standards required of private schools, including qualified teachers. County Judge Prentiss Cosby ruled Harrell and the others had a fair trial March 22 when they were convicted by a Jury and fined the maximum $20 for each child. Under said he plans to appeal the case to the state Supreme Court on the ground a denial of religious freedom is Involved. Harrell, 39, Louisville businessman, set up the school in connection with a new church he founded, the Christian Conservative Church. Harrell said fighting communism is the main goal of the church, the school and a religious colony he has started on his land near Louisville. He said he plans to continue to operate the school for children of liis followers in defiance of county authorities. a, U ,n her, he came to Alton and had been in tha bartering business here for more than half a century. Surviving, in addition to his daughter and sisters, is a son, Harold (Bud) Stafford, Fairmont, W. Va. Mr. Stafford had been married twice and both wives preceded him in death. His second wife, the former Julia Stumberg, who operated the old Noonday Lunch Restaurant in Alton, died a short time befqre he went to Ohio, six years ago, to make his home with his daughter. Mrs. Miller HARDIN — Mrs. Nellie F. Miller, 86, died Friday afternoon at the home of her son, Harrell Miller, Hardin village clerk, following several years of failing health. A life-long resident of Calhoun County, she was born Dec. 9, 1874, at Hamburg, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Harrell. Her husband, the late Steven Miller, and her son, Harrell, had operated a service station in Hardin for a number of years. Surviving in addition to her son are three grandchildren. Mrs. Miller was a member of St. Norbert's parish and funeral rites Monday at 9 a.m., will be conducted in St. NorherVs Church with the Rev. Father etery. Friends may call at the chapel from 6 p.m., Sunday until time of the funeral. Mr. Jones, a retired Laciede Steel Co., employe, died Thursday in St. Joseph's Hospital where he had been a patient for three weeks. Mrs. Effie Dressier Rites Conducted Funeral services for Mrs. Effie Dresler, wife of John H. Dresler Jr., of 1 East Elm St., were conducted at 10 a.m. today in Gent Chapel by the Rev. William Bird, pastor of First ! Methodist Church. Burial was in i Upper Alton Cemetery. Casketbearers were Harrison March, Harold Kennedy, Page Taylor, Joseph Freeland, Otis Unterbrink and Ray Wieland. Harry M. Brunk Rites Conducted Following services Friday at 2 p.m., in Smith Funeral Home, Bethalto, the body of Harry Monroe Brunk of Bethalto, was taken to Short Cemetery, near Fosterburg, for interment. The Rev. Fred Berghoff officiated at the rites at the funeral home and at the cemetery. Casketbearers were Leslie Wallace, Claude Forbes. Glen Schuette, John Gerdes, George Ellsperman and Duwane Nickle. Henry Knoedler as celebrant of the Requiem High Mass. Interment will be in the church cem-1 Judson D. Hunt etery. The body is at the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home where friends may call after 1 p.m. Sunday. The Rosary will be recited Sunday at 7:30 p.m. L B. Ashcraft N WORDEN—Luther Burk Ashcraft, a retired coal miner, who had resided for two years with his daughter, Mrs. Harry McGowen, in Worden, died unexpectedly Friday at 5:20 p.m. He became ill at home and was taken to Staunton Community Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival. He was 68. Born in Clarksburg, W. Va., he resided there during his early life. He had worked at the Eagerville Coal Mine previous to Ms retirement and was a member of GiUespie Coal Miners Local, He was married in 1013 to the former Maude Mae Hamilton. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. McGowen; Mrs. Clem Lawson, Edwardsville, and Mrs. Orville Reynolds, Godfrey; • brother, Henry Ashoraft, GiUes- pie, and two sisters, who reside in West Virginia; 13 grandchildren, and 15 great-grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conduct* Smith Ambulance* Are Always Available Rites Conducted Following services at 2 p.m., today in Gent Chapel, the body of Judson D. Hunt, retired Duncan Foundry & Machine Works Inc., employe, was interred in Upper Alton Cemetery. The Rev. Harold Urich, pastor of East Alton Pentecostal Church, officiated at the rites. Pallbearers were James R, Mowrey, William and Richard Koenne, Jack Hagen, Gei\e McCrellis, and Roy Trudell. Carrollton Oarrollton Note* CARROLLTON — Mrs. George Grauel of CarroUtou and Mrs. WiUiam Wald of White Hall went to Chicago Wednesday to remain until Saturday attending the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Mrs. Ruby King was honored at a birthday dinner Wednesday at Day's Cafe. Guests were Mrs. Clara Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martin of Hamburg. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Evans and family moved the first of the week from the residence property of Leslie Thaxton on North Main street to a farm near El deed which they recently bought from Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hamel. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwin Brodmarkle returned home Wednesday from St. Louis where they had spent several weeks during which time Brodnutrkle underwent major surgery in Barnes Hospital. Miss Ada Isaac will be hostess at a meeting of the Missionary Society oj Our Redeemer Lutheran Church at her home at I today. The Greene County Home omics extension council will meat Monday at 1:30 p.m. is Farm Bureau Hall. Gets Seven Years In Strongarming ST. LOUIS UP) - A St. Louis man was sentenced to seven years in prison Thursday after a Circuit Court jury found him guilty of Strongarming an Alton psychologist Feb. 3. Sentenced under the habitual criminal act was Julian R. Swain, 23, an ex-convict. Judge Michael J. Scott imposed the sentence. Swain was convicted of robbing Robert L. Carwin, 41, of 1313 Washington Ave., ouside a St. Louis tavern. Carlin identified Swain, who declined to testify in his own behalf, as the man who knocked him down with a blow on the head and robbed him of $90. Carlin is on the staff of Alton Slate Hospital. Township Tax Levies Filed Accompanied by Supervisor Stephen Kennedy, Town Clerk Paul A. Price went to Edwards- vine Friday to file with the county clerk, Miss Eulalia Hotz, the Alton Township tax levies made by electors in the annual town meeting last Tuesday. The consolidated town levy totals $184.090, and includes $124,300 for general assistance by a l-mill tax; $53,590 for the town 'und. which pays township op- M-ating costs; and $6,500 for he township contributions to he retirement fund. By making he one-mill levy (a rate of .0 cents on the $100 of assess- 3d valuation) the township becomes eligible for state assistance, if and when needed, to meet relief costs. WEST CORK, Eire — Dentists [or schools are in short supply here with the only two qualified men in the area treating 6500 children. ft**} Telegraph Waj* Ada Daily Telegraj* W«a! Aft "CUCK" Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily 280 School Votes Cant in First Hour A total of 250 votes ww» east tn the flwt hour of the Alton ichool election to n«mt three members to the board of education. The vote was, termed "medium light" by Dr. J. B. Johnson, superintendent of schools, Polls at 12 schools will be open until 7 p.m. today. Seek- Ing election are Harold Davidson and John Webb, tncum- bents, and J. E. Sunderland and Mrs. William Petersen. In the Alton congressional township election for school trustee, 203 votes had been cast, considerably more for the population than In the school board race. Seeking one position as school trustee are Otto Kolkmeyer, Incumbent, and Dr. Robert B. Lynn. Skokie Police Captain h Found Guilty CHICAGO (AP) — A Criminal Court Jury has convicted and fined suspended Skokie Police Capt. Arthur Hennig in his trial on charges of conspiracy to commit perjury. The seven men and five women, who ordered the 39-year-old suburban policeman to pay a $2,000 'ine, also convicted and fined two lemale defendants and acquitted i third. The jury deliberated seven hours before returning their verdict to Judge Sigmund J. Stefanowicz. The trial lasted 12 days. The four were accused of lying on the witness stand during Hennig's May 1960 trial on charges of bribery. He was acquitted. All testified they were at a Wisconsin motel the night charges specified Hennig took a $500 payoff from a motorist. The two convicted women are Mrs. Bernice Hewson, 47, Chicago, fined $500, and Mrs. Marjprie Welter, 59, suburban Schiller Park, fined 5250. Acquitted was Mrs. Dolores Waugus, 30, owner of the motel in Brookfield, Wis. Hennig still faces charges of conspiracy to obstruct justice, arising from a state's attorney's office probe of the bribery charge. Stefanowicz postponed to April 27 a hearing on a defense motion for a new trial. Hennig, Mrs. Hewson and Mrs. Welter were released under $8,000 bond. Two Injured in Edwardsville Crash EDWARDSVILLE — Two persons were reported injured Friday night in an automobile accident at Hillsboro and N. Kansas streets. According to a report by Officer Donald Wilson, cars driven by William J. Lepp, 55, of Collinsville, and Miss Irman M. Sievers, 45, of 450 Hoehn St., collided at the intersection. Lepp was given a traffic summons by Wilson for disobeying a stop sign. Miss Sievers was treated for a contusion of the head by a local physician and Lepp's wife, a passenger in his car, complained of pain in her right side. Both vehicles were towed from the scene. No injuries were reported after an auto accident Friday afternoon at S. Buchanan and Wolf streets. Cars of John E. Dippold. 76, 103 Second St., and John J. Antenen, 63, Rt. 4, collided. Both machines were towed from the scene. „ ^^^^^_-|_^ MkAdlMMflkJfeMM^MlBHMK ANNOUNCEMENTS — <Sr 0ti«d IN UMNO * Airni J™'?J91'' Tn6fA'B a • Ad bllt iWWl fWnWtl braflce. There is t memory fond «ftd tru« And a town of «ff«t)on. Mother And a heartache still for you. Sadly mint? by Daughter. Biieen. START OF SESSIONS On right, James Meyer, principal of tribute material to teachers as they Thomas Jefferson School, and Edye enter Alton High auditorium today for Wiseman, English exchange teacher on the early sessions of Madison County the Alton High School faculty, dis- Teachers' lnstitute.-~8taff Photo. IN MEMORY—Of Aim* 8. MoNelly. who passed «w«y 1 years MO. She wished no one a last farewell. Not even goodbye; She was gone before we knew It, And only Ood knows why. Her busy hands are resting now, Her work on earth Is done. Her worries are all over now. Our hearts ache, loneliness. Our eyes shed many tears. Only Ood knows how we mlii n«r. Daughters, Sons and Grandchildren. IN MEMORY OF FRED J. BENDER—who passed away April 9th, 1980. In life loved * honored. In death remembered. Sadly missed by Wife it Family. IN MEMORY OF MRS. BERNEDA OOLESBY—who died 14 years ago April 9. Thero Is a link death cannot sever Love and remembrance last forever. Sadly missed by family. 6 MONUMENTS — CEM. LOTS 4 DESIRABLE LOTS In Chrlstus Section of Valhalla Cemetery. Charles Curran. DU 4-9410. Fred E. Thompson Real Estate. Guild Meets at Brighton Church BRIGHTON — The Women's Mandamus Was 'Political Move 9 Says Mayor Straube PBMONALB ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS —Help P. 0. BOX 1S8, problem drinkers. East Alton. HO 5-1812. 8 RUMMAGE ft PASTRY SALES RUMMAGE SALE—Mon April 10th 519 Belle 9 a.m. SOCIETIES and LODGES EDWARDSVILLE — Mayor Guild of St. John's Evangelical'William C. Straube today brand- and Reformed Church met at the church Thursday and Mrs. Carl Scheffel, assisted by Mrs. Alvln Schroecler and Mrs. Walter Chase, presented a Christian service program. Mrs. Alien Jones led devotions. The May fellowship meeting was announced for Friday, May 5. at 2 p.m. at the church. A mother-daughter party is set for 7:30 p.m. May 1. Hostesses were Mrs. Joe Tucker. Mrs. Charles Yancey, Mrs. Albert Kuehnel and Mrs. Walter Schmidt. Telephone Ansivering Service Here A telephone answering service for use by businesses, professionals and others was installed March 23 in the offices of Illinois Credit and Adjustment Co., 211 E. Broadway, and will be known as the Alton Telephone Answering Service. The owners are Peter C. ed as a "political move" the filing of a mandamus suit in Circuit Court Friday commanding r the City oi Edwardsville to pay' .judgments assessed against it as a result of civil actions brought by four residents. Mayor Straube is a candidate for re-election in April. The petition for a writ of mandamus was filed by Ear] Vuagniaux. attorney for two of the plaintiffs in the civil actions. One action was as the result of storm water damage to the property of Mr. and Mrs. David jSkamenca, 1 Abner PI., and for I alleged damages to the property of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Littie Jr., 425 St. Louis Rd., as j the result ol an easement grant- ied by the Little for the city | to construct a water line. Mayor Straube said today that filing of the mandamus action was an attempt to embarrass him before the April 18 Municipal election, and that both damage suits mentioned in the mandamus had resulted from conditions existing during the ad- to draw up an ordinance issuing bonds to pay about $18,000 of judgments against the city, including both the Skamenca and Little cases. Dofendanls listed in the mandamus complaint are the city, Mayor Straube. city clerk, city treasurer and the board of 10 aldermen. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES Fuchs Jr., and Thomas Herzog Jr. ministration of former mayorj George L. Moorman. Mayor; Tii Board of Park Commissioners of the City of Alton will receive sealed proposals for complete work for the construction of a Basketball Court for Salu Park, Alton, Illinois. Specifications, plans and proposal sheets may be obtained at the office of the Architect. Samuel E. Sanner, 1662a Washington Ave.. Alton, Illinois, on or after April 5. 1961. The Board of Park Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive technicalities at the time and place of opening of bids. All bids shall be based upon the current minimum wage rates as approved by the State of Illinois, 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 11, 1961 at 3:30 P. M.. CST, and at that lime, the proposals will be publicly opened and read. service ness. --,-..,,Marlon 6. Kwet for appointment. INCOME TAX Battles, 479 I DU 4-4481. iERVICH ~f 1 Prairie. Beth .. lto. TAX SERVICE—At ynuf hOIIM B rlvaey. Don't Wilt In lint, oberts. CL 4-9900. Carl EDUCATIONAL IIA INftTftUCTIONI PIANO INSTRUCTION ~ Will accept beginner*. MO 6-5018. IS LOCAL INSTRUCTIONS ROSEWOOD AFRICAN VIOLET SOCIETY—Showing * Ten. April 22. noon to 9 p.m. April 23. 10 to 4 Hllereit House 934 Main St. Public invited. Free. EMPLOYMENT (? HELP WANTED — MALB ACCOUNTANT —*47S a month. Credit Manager 1480 a month. IBM 7070—programer $800 ' a month. Chemical and Mechanical engineers $800 a month. American Employment 205 Plasa. CREDIT MANAGER Retail experience necessary. Ol«* age and reference. Writ* BOX "1140" care Telegraph DRAFTSMAN—5 years' experience tn design. Write James Wilson, General EJectrlc, Bloomlngton, III. Belvtdere Commandery No. 2 KT Special. Conclave Monday, April 10th, 7:30 p.m. Order of the Temple. Max E. Thompson, Cmdr. CHARITY COURT—No. 26. Stated meeting Saturday, April 8, 7:30 P. M. Friend night. Louise Thompson, R. M. SHRINE CLUB MEETING — April 10 7:30 p.m. Second floor Clbara Club. Election of officers for 1961. Travel pictures of Alaska to be shown. Refreshments. D. L. Smith WOOD RIVER LODGE No. 1062 AF&AM—Mon. April 10, 7 p.m.— F. C. degree. Visiting brethern welcome. Lloyd W. Slaughter, W.M. ELDERLY COUPLE with small income that would like to have work on farm part time. House partly modern. Available and large garden space. FR 2-3002. FIRST CLASS PAINTER — Ytar- 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. WANTED~MAN.—age 28-48. Mar- rled. To • service established life insurance debt in Alton Area. Salary and commission. Will train. 317 Commercial Building Alton or phone HO 5-6022 for appointment. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN FOUND—2 dogs roaming Clifton Terrace area; one black Labrador, very snort legs, one brown curly haired shepherd-type dog. Owner or to good home. HO 6-2753. IS HELP WANTED—FEMALE BABY SITTER— 6 to 4:30. straight days. FRontler 2-3902. BABY SITTER — More for home than wages. HO 2-9610. BEAUTICIAN — Experienced, to take over following in well established shop. Above average wages HO 2-6120. When the phone rings in the! 1957. subscriber's office, it also rings | Proposals will be as follows: PROPOSAL NO. 1—For Complete of a Straube succeeded Moorman in Work for th > construction Basketball Court as shown on the drawings and as specified for Salu Park. Alton, Illinois. April 6. 7, 8 Further, Mayor Straube told on the switchboard at the an-j the Te i egra p h today, a motion swering service. If the business had been approvcd at the City or firm does not answer within Council me eting Tuesday that, a prescribed number Of rings t . iK , nt(m , nm . KP nnrhnriywi Notice is hereby given to all per- tho sprvw u,m flnswpr the cifc atlon^rteauthpnzed j sons th th flrst Monday in May. LOST—Red Leather wallet, Bel-Air Drive-In Theatre. Wed night. REWARD to anyone returning pictures valued as keep sakes. CL 4-9266. LOST—1 pc. steel, weight 71 Ibs., painted white, size 5',ax2Vaxl2" and 14"; marked for Owens Illinois Glass Co.. Godfrey, III. If found, contact Hayes Freight Line, St. Louis. Mo. CHestnut 1-4200. collect. Reward. BOOKKEEPER — $325 a month. Cashier $200 a month. Clerk typist $250 a month. Posting Machine $225 a month. Stenographer $300 a month. American Employment 205 Plasa. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE the service will answer. When a subscriber is talking on his own phone the service cannot plug in and listen to the j conversation. At present the service svill be open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 12 midnight. Later on I the service will operate on a 24- hour basis, it Tempered glass is made by heating the glass until it begins to soften, then quickly cooling the surface. It has the strength of cast iron. Air Force Office Moves to Belleville Library Open At Grafton GRAFTON — Formal opening !of the Library, sponsored by the i Graf ion Woman's Club, was held i Wednesday from 1 to 4:30 p.m. The Library is located in the basement room of the Brick i 1961 Is the Claim Date In the estate Of RT. REV. WILLIAM T. SLOAN, ; Deceased, pending in the Probate I Court of Madison County, Illinois, I and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of summons. i Dated this 22nd day of March, 1961. i SYDNEY E. GENT, i Executor LOST—Wallet containing $42.50. Wetstein Home, 3231 Hawthorne voting place. Reward. HO 2-2673. Attest: DALE HILT, Probate Clark. ARMBRUSTER & DIAZ, Attorneys. March 27. April 1, 8 school and now has approximate- Rep. Melvin Price (D-East 1 St. Louis) today announced the relocation of the Office of Commercial Communications Management of Ent Air Force Base, Colo., lo Scott Air Base at Belleville. Price said the Air Force directed this relocation in conjunction with plans for estab- jly 900 books. STATE OF ILLINOIS, > >s COUNTY OF MADISON ) It was announced that persons having chairs to donate to the library should notify Mrs. C. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Ryan of Jerseyville attended the opening. Mrs. Ryan is the 20th District Chairman of Illinois Federation of Women's Club and is a member on the Board of Directors of lishment oi the Air Force Com- Bovs Town of Illinois. muuications Service at Mr Base. Scott i Refreshments of Cakes and cof- ifee was served by the club mem- 1 here. Enters Hospital 'GRAKfON — Rev. Father Mi- jchael Sheeny, pastor of the St. | Patricks Church, was moved in [Jai-oby Bros. Ambulance Wednesday morning to St. Anthony's IN THE COUNTY COURT CLINTON J. SCOTT ) and DOROTHV SCOTT ) Petitioners ) Vs. ) EDWARD NEWA. ) ROBERT LYNN NEWA ) Defendant* ) NO. 1875 Petition for Adoption of a Child Named ROBERT LYNN NEWA PUBLICATION — ADOPTION NOTICE PRESS BOOK JUDGES taupe* BellevUle Woman'! Telegraph's Wood River new« bureau; Club raw book wbieb won » ftMijtoi* Mrs, Bomb touts, Ifert ft Louis, »nd FrUto in to* over 80.000 population tobAitUw TOippone, ilV Jou«wU*m u- copy editor of tne Tele* ins Mw. Baton 0«r of district nreudeat. - Staff 1 * Club*. From left to the Pfeotu, Hospital in Alton for treatment. Grafton Note« GRAFTON — Avery Gisy of Grafton has Announced that he has resigned his position as agent with the Standard Oil Company and has accepted employment with the Tri-County Oil Inc, dis- tributers of Cities Service products. Senior Citizens Entertain Shut-Ins About 65 members of the Alton Senior Citizens Club, sored by the Alton YWCA entertained 12 shut • iu persons from nursing homes in the city Friday at the YWCA. Three films were shown. One showed the operation of the Red Cross, another, entitled "Western Wonderland", a travelogue about the western United'states, and the third film on Japan. The Senior Citizens Kitchen Band played a few numbers for the «hut-ins. Clausy Heppner, president, said the next meeting, April 21, would be 8 trip to St. Una's, by chartered bus, to see a play OP the "Show Boat". The requisite affidavit for publl cation having been filed, notice 1» medical I hereby given to you and each of you, Edward Newa, and to whom it may concern, that on the 23rd day of March. A. D. 1961. Clinton J. Scott and Dorothy Scott filed a petition In the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Madison County, Illinois, for the adoption ol a child named Robert Lynn Newa, that summons was duly issued ac cording to law, and that said petl Uon is still pending. Now. unless you. the said defend ants, tile your answer, or otherwise nuke your appearance In said se. held In the Courthouse of the Citv of Edwardsville, County of Madison, Illinois, on or before the lif.th day of April A D. 1961. de- f.aili may be entered against you a\ any time thereafter and a decree i if adoption entered In accordance with the prayer of said petition. EULALIA HOTZ. Clerk of the County Court Madison County. Illinois ROBtlU 1 W. 1UNNELI Eilwaidsvtlle Nat'l. Bank Bldg.. Kdwaidsville. Illinois. Attorney for Petitioners March 26. April 1. 8 More than 700 different languages are spoken in Africa, CARD OF THANKS GEO W. CROCKETT—We wish to thank all our friends, relatives * neighbors for their kindness It sympathy shown during our recent bereavement—We especially wish to thank Rev. Lynn. Gents Funeral Home. St. Anthony's Hospital, the Pallbearers, all those who sen! card*, food, flowers or assisted in any way. God Bless you all. Mrs. Ceo. W. Crockett * Family. c. G. PATTERSON—We would like to take this means of thanking all our friends, relatives and neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Especially Rev. Orrtn M. Anderson Morrow Quinn Funeral Home, pallbearer* those wbo sent c<*rd» flowers or assisted In any and every way. Mrt. Leolo E. Patterson and family LOST — Near Otli and Bluff, 4'-i mo old male German Shepherd. Large reward. HO 5-2124. 1.OST — Siamese Cat. Vicinity of 2133 Brown St. HO 5-6211. MALE BOXER—Brown with white face. Answers to name of "Ace". Liberal Reward. HO 2-9653. ONE Lady's black purse. Wednesday evening, either on river road or Quality Pontac In Alton. HO 6-3756. II NOTICES FREE USE of our carpet sham- poorer with purchase of Blue Lustre shampoo. Youngs, 104 W. 3rd, GARDEN PLOWING—Yard grading HO 2-4813. GARDEN PLOWING—Discing and vard work. Roy Werts, East Alton. Ph CL 9-1168 GARDEN PLOWING and yard leveling; also small roto-tlller for ctois places. CL 4-8437. GARDEN PLOWING and dlscln Blade 9-2353. work, yard leveling. 'ct HALL FOR RENT — Suitable for large or small groups. Day and evening engagements accepted. HO 5-8913. Berry Harris. LOOK better and feel better. Rent or buy a Manic Belt. Relaxes, relieves minor ache* and pain*, reduces aid control! yowr tl«ure. Free home demonstration. Rental may apply on purchase. CENTRAL SEWINO SUPPLY CO. U W. Broadway HO 3-8314 LADY WANTED—For light housework—stay 5759. HO 2-7549 or HO 3- LAtSY WANTED for light housework. Stay. 7676. Cat after 4. CL 4- SALESLADIES—Over 35. Good Income, for vacations, ate. Call AVON. KO 2-4278. WANTED—Baby sitter, housework; must stay. Reference. CL 4-8044. WANTEDLADYFORHOUSE- WORK— In exchange for good clothing of all kinds. HO 2-5349. WANTED — Baby sitter, 2 small children, mother works shift work. CL 4-4577 WANTED: Babysitter for 3 school aged children. Prefer someone in vicinity of 5100 block on Humbert Road. HO 2-9194 between 4 ft 9 p.m. WANTED—R.N., 3-11. Wages $15.50 per 8 hours, with 2 weeks vacation pay. Call HO 5-9124. 2348 Virden. Mathers' Nursing Home. WHITE dependable baby sitter, over 18; shift -work. Call after B p.m. HO 8-3192. WIDOW with 2 small children wants woman who ls alone to share home, help with children and housework, more for companionship than wages. CL 4-1486. 18 HELP WTD.. Male * Female Librarian, degree $5,000 year. Wire drawing foreman. Veteran's Representative, degree. Key punch operator, female. Travel Counselor. 3 languages. Statlstlcan at $8,000 year. Clerk-stenographer. Apply In person. 111. State Employment. 87 Henry St? NO FEE CHARGED. NOTICE BETHALTO DOG OWNERS Veterinarian will be at the fire house Tues., Apr. 11, & Thurs.. Apr. 20, 5-8 p.m. for rabies vaccination. Village clerk will be present for the sale of Village Dog License and Wheel Tax License. WM. F. DOERR, Village Clerk MUSICAL Pillow case and apron party, Tuesday, April 11. 8 p.m. Teamsters & Chauffeurs Hall. Sponsored by Degree of Pocahontas Llllmaee Council No. 222. Free pie and coffee. Donation 11.00. Pocahontas Llllmaee TREES TOPPED—Trimmed. Safely removed. Fully Insured HO a-0150. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE You can plaet your classified ad, classified kill or clasil* fitd corrections 24 hour* a day. Call HO 5-4511 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. HINTS ON USING ELECTRONIC AD TAKER: I. GIVB YOUR NAMG1 AND AD- DRBSS and PHONE NUMBBft (Spell yew n»m» oat). l, M ««rt W •»>• tk« number ol time* you desire your ad to run 3. Speak slowly and distinctly. 4. Ramambar this it a macnanlcal devie*. It viu wuvfr your MM and ft«« you rtcordMt iBtfn Uoof «• wtol to 40. MM otnw Own tfcftt cannot ansvor My question you may fear*. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH NIGHT CLASSIFIED NUMBER HO 1*4111 t P.M. TO I A.M. Read Telegraph Want Adi Daily SALESMEN ATTENTION SALESMEN If you are looking for a better position why aot get In om the ground floor of new factory outlet. Apply Vanguard Agency. 3314 B. Broadway. Alton. PEOPLE Interested in saleswork. apply Shamrock Cafe between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m.. or after 5:30 p.m. 21 SITUATION WTD.— MALE JOB WANTED—Yard work, handy man. Call HO 2-3706 after 5 p.m. 22 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE WHITE LADY wants ironings and washings; experienced. Excellent work. References. HO J-7568. PERSONAL SERVICE S«_ DRESSMAKING—TAU.ORINQ CUSTOM-\1AJE dip cover*. Work guaranteed. June Hale. HO 6-2533. AUcr C SLIP-COVERS—Drape*, alteration*, miscellaneous sewing. CL 9-3281. HO 5-2693. BUSINESS SERVICE BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS Accommodating,All Area! H & H SEWER SERVICE CL 4-0042. HO 5-1012 24-Hour S*rvt«« BEAT THE HEAT—Got that law air conditioner cleaned ami oiled. Call CL 4 3253. CARPET—Quality plus low prlctf. All wool wire Wilton. 16 dttorw* lv« color- In nylon. Supervised Installation. Free estimates. Madlsoi County Carpet. Lou-Juan Mills, « miles south of Edwara*vlU« on if. 1«8. Call collect. ATUntk t-nn. J3 BUILDING - CONTRACTING__ AT CARPENTER REPAIR-ROC* Ing. porchM, roooii. iBWrtor. M- tenor palntlni. RWMMM*. HO ALUMINUM SIDING? "let Goorq. Do It" HO 2-0316 CONCBtTt «&•!£»! BLbCK mtlr work,

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