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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

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Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, Sept. 6, 1972 D*3 sentenced Father Philip Berrigan, a Roman Catholic priest, was sentenced to a two-year prison term In Harrisburg, Pa., for smuggling letters in and out. of a federal penitentiary. (Al* Wirephoto) Callioun Apple Festival wiO open Thursday night HARDIN — The Callicnm junior fair and apple festival gets under way Thursday evening and continues''hrougli Sunday with crowning of t!ie 11)72 apple queen set for the closing event. Miss .Tana Fiedler is the reigning apple queen. Little Miss Callioun Count.;/ will be selected from a f ; ekl of 20 contestants at fl p.m. with the winner to carry I he queen's crown for the Sunday night, coronation ceremonies. Eight Calhouti girls are vying for the apple qupjn • crown. They include the Misses Carol .lohnso.'i, Kimberly DcLany. Kathy Large, Karen Herter. Joyce Schobund, Glenda Blackwell, Minocy Woelfel, Regina Cox and Joy Marlow. The contestants will appo;.r at 9 p.m. Friday in a bathing suit and formal gown review following a (i p.m. tea for the contestants only. They will appear in a street clothes review Saturday night. The fair program includes a free gate with carnival rides at half price Thursday evening. Friday — 6 p.m. tractor pull contest; 8 p.m. welcome from the reigning apple qipyn followed at 8:0f> p.m. by the Little Big Shot, stage show; !) p.m. apple queen contestants in bathing suit and formal gown review. Saturday — 9 a.m. -1-H judging and junior fair exhibit; noon, art show judging; 2:30 p.m. greased pig contest; 7 p.m. western horse show; 7;30 p.m. queen's welcome and a kiddie show al 7::iii p.m.; 8:30 p.m. P. n Sherer's banjo band and stage show; 9 p.m. presentation of trophys and awards and little Miss Contest. Sunday, 1:30 p.m. juniot Olympics; 3:30 p.m. Lipho. the comedy chimp; 7 p.m. The Cascades; and at 9 p.m. the final event coronation of the 1972 apple queen. Airlines raise fares WASHINGTON (AP) - As authorized by the Civil Aeronautics Board, U.S. airlines have raised domestic fares by 2.7 per cent. The hike means transcontinental first-class fares will now average S5 more, about $199. Economy fares will rise $4 to about $159. The CAB ruled Aug. 11 that airlines needed the increas-j.1 fares to meet rising costs. The increases do not apply to international services or on routes to Alaska, Hawat., Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa or the Trust Territory of lhe> Pacific. Most shuttle fares also remain unchanged. I Food Shoppers! SAVE SAVE SAVE by shopping Telegraph Food Ads before you shop and buy! Read the food ads in tonight's Telegraph. They're loaded with special money-saving prices, coupon values and honus trading stamps, Urban vehicle With its doors open this Urban Vehicle design Competition entrant looks like it is about to fly and is called "The Chicken." It is entered by the engineering- students from the University of Missouri at Rolla. The entry lias doors that fold toward the front allowing you to park In tight quarters and be able to get out of the car. The competition is going on at tha General Motors Proving Grounds in Miltord. (AP Wirephoto) Legal Legal 4968 — Aug. .10. 6, 13, 1972 ANNOUNCEMENTS Sept. 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS Rummage ft Oarage Sales 8 NOTICfe Public Notice-is hereby given that on August 25th, A.D. 1972, a certificate was filed In the Office of the County Clerk of Madison County, Illinois, setting forth the names and addresses of nil of the persons own- Ing, conducting and transacting the business known as ECONOMY BOAT STORE, located at 307 Henry Street, Alton, Illinois. Dated this 25th day of August, A.D. 1972. EULALIA HOTZ County Clerk. Legal 4967 — Aug. 30, Sept. 6, 13, 1972 — NOTICE Public Notice Is hereby given that on August 25th, .A.D. 1972, a certificate was filed In the Office of the County Clerk of Madison County, Illinois, setting forth the names and addresses of all of the persons own- Ing, conducting and transacting the business known as E & M Body and Paint, located at Rt. 162 W., Troy, Illinois. Dated this 25th day of August, A.D. 1972. EULALIA HOTZ County Clerk. Legal 4306 — AUR. 30, Sept. 6 13, '72 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 ANNA E. THOLE, DECEASED. No. 72-P-127 Notice Is given of the death of the above. Date Letters Were Issued: August 25 1972. Executor: W. Earl Baker of 430!) Chantel Dr., Alton, Illinois. Attorney: Bruce Quackenbush of Alton. Illinois. Claims against the estate may he filed in the office of the Circuit Court. Probate Division. County Courthouse In Edwardsvlllc, 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 att0r " e VlLLARD V. POWELL Clerk of the Circuit Court 8 — 6 PATIO SALE—Large variety women's and boys' clothes. Toys, appliances, etc. Thursday, 9 'til 5. No pre-sales. Free coffee. 555 Hamilton. Wood River, III 8 — 7 — __ GARAGE SALE — Lots of usi'f.ll things, good typewriter, some antiques, collectors Items, 'Hr- nlturc. dishes, and clothing, Thursday and Friday, 9 'til 5 814 Bee Tree, East Alton. 8 — 6 . RUMMAGE SALE — Inside, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 to 6 cloth- IIIR, dishes, misc. 212 Cherry, Alton. 8 — 8— __ GARAGE SALE — 5 ploce mud maple bedroom set. Apartment size electric slove. Tools. Elerlrle trolling motor. Small appliances, clothing, toys, baby Items, child's 4 piece kitchen set. Many miscellaneous Items. 135 Bencler Roscwood Heights. Thursday thru Saturday n.6. No pre-sales. RUMMAGE SALE — Babv clotl-es maternity clothes, miscellaneous' 1 .? 2 .. f -h<ylenc. East Alton. Behind National I-ood Store, off of Rtc Animal Kingdom Anf**r fa Ptitfi ACROSS 36 Steamer (ab.) 1 King of beasts 37 i!«va| 5 Male bovine 7 Flesh-eating animal 31 Low female voice 32 Having high pitch 13 Space 14 Untidy 16 Outlet 17 Feminine name 38 Confused — 7 COUNTRY YARD SALE — Thursday and Friday, 9:30 to 4-30 antiques, furniture, and mi>-c' 4 m ", e! ;, wost of ARCO. Station' In Brighton, follow signs. N .'- :w FIVE FAMILY GARAGE SALE — 6th House down on Torch Cub Road, off Fosterburg Road Nice clothes real cheap, cameras furniture. Avon. etc. Thursday thru Saturday till 2 p.m. GARAGE SALE—ThmTd~~ & r-rl- day. 18 Airwood, Rosewood Heights. combat 19 Texas city 22 Moines, Iowa intelligence 1 group (ab.) 38 Sacred (comb, form) 40 Possesses 41 Groups of four (comb, form; 42 Bush 45 Mustard 5 Spanish jug family plant 6 Christianity 46 Sports group (ab.) 47 Ground 7 Flutters squirrel 8 Russian city 51 Hence (Latin) 9 Smooth 52 Lubricate 10 Destiny 53 Famous Italian 12 Picnic pests family ^ Storehouse 23 Slight speech 54 Never (poet) 18 Males defect (2 wds.) 55 Weight (ab.) 19 Denmark 24 Japanese coin 56 Healthy blush 25 Greek letter DOWN 28 Western state (ab.) 29 Type of cheese 31 Boy's nickname 32 Before 33 In a line 35 Oriental porgy 1 Vegas 2 Ailing 3 Oklahoma Indian 4 Long story books natives 20 Vigilant 21 Large gland 22 Democrat (ab.) 24 Carnelian 25 Organic compound 2f> Coronet 27 Spanish goodby 30 Platform 34 Young dog 37 Grab suddenly 39 One who makes account entries 40 Wit 41 Labor 42 British gun 43 This place 44 Storm, 45IOUslip 47 Milk product* 48 Military entertainment organization (ab.) 49 Nights (ab.) 50 Opening device Card of Thanks 2 g _______^____———— THE FAMILY OF John S. BolliilB, Sr would like to express their sincere thanks to friends, neighbors & relatives who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Also a special thanks to those who sent flowers, food, & assisted in any way. Personals 7 — Sept. 28 PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Call Birthright of Madison County, 1-618-463-0825. An Alternative to abortion! Confidence respected I 7 _ B LISTEN! Don't make a move until you learn how only $60 down can give you a home of your own! DIAL 466-6500 ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT. JUN CONSTRUCTION CO. 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 _ TF Mon.-Wed.-Frl. SERIOUSLY. FOLKS—We have the Finest Selection of Mobile Homes In the Midwest. Storcyland Mobile Homes. 7 — -.. out from HMI W< V°, k '.u 600 ' 1 T'mbcrlane, Piasa Hills Clothing, appliances, linens, movie projector and screen, out[{"2, , motor ' Tuesday through Sat- 8 —'oct. 10 —— BASEMENT SALE — September close-out slip covers, draperies & upholstery fabrics. 1/3 to 1/2 off regular price. Decorative rods fringes, swags. 442 Rosewood Dr East Alton 259-3261. 8 — 7 SIX FAMILY GARAGE SALE—Corner Brown and Job, East Alton, a-!i, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. F9UR FAMILY GARAGE SALE — Clothing, antiques, lamps, dolls miscellaneous. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 8:30-? 8 — 7 . 300 UNUSED Elementary and High Texts In Economics, Government, History, etc. Plus paper back novels, biography, science fictions etc. 25c to $2.50. Wednesday noon to Friday evening. 212 West Center, Brighton. 8 — 8 — __ TWO-FAMILY GARAGE SALE Tires, clothes, jewelry, miscellanc- otis. Thursday, Friday, Saturday 9-6. 3611 Horn 8 — 6 — BASEMENT SALE—Thursday. September 7. 8:30-3 p.m Big bargains. Loretto Home, 417 Prospect, 8 — 7 1 LARGE 3 - FAMILY BASEMENT SALE — Clothes, infants, through adults & misc. items. 7609 Humbert Rd.. Spring Haven. Godfrey. Wed.- nesday, Thursday, Friday. SUPPORT YOUR HOME, NOT YOUR LANDLORD Let us show you how easy it Is to turn rent money Into a home of your own. DIAL 466-6500 ANY TIME DAY OR NIGHT. JUN CONSTRUCTION CO. FREE GARAGE SALE sign with each advertisement placed in Alton Evening Telegraph. Pickup at Classified Desk. 8 — Sept. 27 CHURCH NEEDS—And will pick up clothing, furniture, books, anything ot value. 46B-6857, 466-5421, 466-6132. Elm Street Presbyterian. S — 7 42 46 51 54 43 44 - (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) EMPLOYMENT Help Wonted 17 17 — 8 CLEANING LADY—S1.50 hour. Own transportation. 466-1842. 17 — 7 WANTED — Babysitter in home for 2 children, days & evenings. Must have own transportation. 254-2390. 17 — 7 WANTED — 2 steady cab drivers, male or female. See Burt or John, Wood River Taxi. 17 — 8 PART-TIME BOOKKEEPER — And CREDIT MANAGER—Some credit experience, ambitious. Challenging position. S8.000. Mr. DeVer. 465-4261. Data Placement Systems, Illinl Building, Alton. 7 — 7 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK — Use adding machine and type. Plush office. $375. Mrs. Leslie Carol, 465-4261. Data Placement Systems. Alton. clerical worker. Apply at Lumber Co., Bethalto, 111. 17 — S Airport MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE — Rain or shine, to be held 1515 Worden Ave.. Alton, on September 8th and nth, beginning at 10 a.m. Plenty of parking. Nothing sold prior to sale. Many articles. Dishes, antiques, hardback books, children's toys and clothing. Adult clothing, household items, kitchen sink, jewelry and bedspreads. Happy Ads 7A PRINTER-OPERATOR—Still urgently need all around letterpress printer or suitable US printiriK graduate, to train. K. E. Blanchard. Gillcsplc. 17 8 7A — 6 HAPPY BIRTHDAY — Vickie & TIMMY. Sorry not New YorU Times. Love, Mike & Shawna 7A — 6 HI SWEETHEART — Thanks for making the past 2 years the happiest of my life. Sam. Rummage & Garage Sales 8 8 _ S AVON SALE—In backyard at 159 Goulding. East Alton. Starting Thursday S — 6 at 9 a.m. GARAGE SALE Friday. 8:30 • 5 River. 8 — U for one week. — Thursday and 411 5th St., Wood GARAGE SALE — Thursday and Friday. 10-7. Corner of So. N e u n a b o r and Echoe in Meadowbrook. S — 7 YARD SALE — Wednesday thru Friday, clothing, boy's 1 months to 18. girls' 2-0 1 years. Women's. 2 mile east of Foslerburg on Dor- sev black lop. 8 _ 7 GARAGE SALE—120 Montana. Bethalto. Friday, 9 'til 5. Assarted tools, antiques, household articles, men's and women's clothing, baby clothes. KENDALL HILL—5-family garage Mile. 'JOS F.iislmoor. !) to -I Thursday. Friday, llaby playpen, swing, sewing machine & cabinet, mist. GARAGE & BASEMENT SALE — 4012 Aberdeen. Many new items. Toys, household items, bedding, small appliances, Christmas Items, 30" floor fan. 2 twin size box springs, one twin size headboard. Clothing, like new, infants, boys sizes 5 thru 8, girls thru size 4, and adults. Miscellaneous items. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. 9 till ? No checks. Societies and Lodges 3—5 RETIRED MAN—For janitorial and night watchman Job. Hours 1 a.m to 9 a.m. Phone 259-S2'18 before i p.m. 17—7 BLOCKS DRIVE-IN—At 7th & Central, has openings for several curb girls. Must be able to work both evenings and days. Union wages Apply Blocks Office, 2515 College between 10 and 4. 17 — 2 G BROKERS — With tractors wanted immediately • with or withou trailers - 75'r of gross revenue waiting for your call. Thunder, bird Moior Freight Lines. Inc., 1-800-6-12-4320. 17 _ 7 BARMAID WANTED — Full time. Inquire 8 E. Ferguson after 2 p.m. 17 — 9 FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 25 AF &• AM — Brethren are requested to assemble to attend funeral services for Brother Ansel Graves at 6 p.m.. at Smith Funeral Home, Tuesday, Sept 5. David M. Wilson. W.M. 9 — 0 WOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 1062 AF & AM — Regular stated meeting. Wednesday, Sept. fi, 7:30 p.m. Visiting brethren welcome. HAROLD N. SUNDERLAND, W.M. 9—9 BASEMENT SA1.F. — 4 faru'v. Thursday and Friday. 7th and St:i. !)-f>. Children';. school cln;hi.-s. Brighton • Bunker Hill Road in Woodburn. 8 — 6 CLOTHING OH ALL KINDS—Men's women's and children's, and misc. 161G State. Thursday. 10 'til 4. 8 — 6 YARD SALE—Clothing, dishes.. 150 Avon bottles, old and new. Baby clothes. Thursday only. 9-? 930 Walnut. Cottage Hills. 8 _ 7 : TWO FAMILY BACKYARD SALE — Good clothing, miscellam" u--. Very reasonable. Thursday. September 7. '! f> Friday. Sepu-ml.er S. !i-5 301 So. Market. Hartford. HAM & SALAD DINNER — Wood River Masonic Temple. September 10. 11:30-3. Adults 1.50. Children 75c. TOOL MAKER apprenticeship Must have served and have tool room and machine shop experience. Quincy Compressor Div., Colt In dustries Operating Corp, 217 Maine St.. Quincy. 111. 62301. An Equal Opportunity Employer. 17 — 6 MEDICAL SECRETARY—Type transcribe from dictaphone. S430 Mrs. Leslie Carol, 465-1261. Data Placement Systems, Alton. 17 — TF : JOBS FOR MEN AND WOMEN—Up to 5200 week. American Employ mem. 726 E. Broadway, Alton. 17 — 6 EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted 17 KEYPUNCH OPERATOR — Must have good skill. Hours: 10 a.m. • 7 p.m. S425. Mrs. Leslie Carol, 465-4261. Data Placement Systems, Alton. 7. _ fi .ADY TO LIVE IN, IF POSSIBLE— To help care for wife. Good home 6 wages. 466-5561. 7 — 6 BABYSITTER WANTED — My home. 2 school age children, after .-.chool and some weekends. Call 253-2718. 17 — fi BABYSITTER — Five days week for nne year old. Bethalto area. 377-670!). 17 — 7 . OFFICE MANAGER — Some Inside sales. General bookkeeping knowledge. Local. Construction knowledge helpful. $10,900. Mr. Davis, 465-4261. Data Placement Systems, Alton. 17_7 WOMAN, OVER 35—To care for children in my home. Can stay or go. Private room & TV. $25 weekly. Must love children. 259-7208. 17 — 9 DFiAUTIClAN WANTED for large beauty salon. Experience preferred. Following helpful. Ask for Hazel. 254-1934 17 — 7 ACCOUNTING CLERK—Some col- lese accounting. For new headquarters location. $6.000. Mr. Davis. 465-4261. Data Placement Systems, Alton. 17 — Sept. 20 WANTED—First class welders and shipfitters. Apply in person, American Commercial Barge Lines, foot of Plum. Alton, 111. MIDD'LL-AGED LADY—TO live in home and help care for elderly lady. 465-335!). If no answer, 465-1323. 17 — 7 GENERAL HOUSEWORK—Live In or own transportation. 3 davs. References required. '165-0851 after 6p.m. 17 _ TF ACCOUNTANT — Contact Parkview Placement. 217-854-3209 Car- FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT — Ex panding linn. Di-grce accounting or business, some experience bank ing or savings and loan, 'lo $11,400 ... ^ I-ce paid. Mr. Davis, _4ii5-4261. DaU MANA( ~;HMENT TRAINEE — Two Lost—Strayed—Stolen 10 10—7 LOST. MhDIC Al.KKT I(RA( iil.F. T — Small child'- M/e. Near K»x ana Centra] (inule Si-liuol. Call 254-2341, fir return to .sclu-ol ot- fire 10 —'K Placement Systems, Alton. 17 _ 8 MADISON COUNTY li.O.C. has job opportunities for llu: following: Alien Program Director — Rfspon- Mble for operation of Alton Neighborhood Advisory Hoard formation and a .Mstance. Work with i-ommumtv and existing agencies. I lamer — Provide -.taff traiauv; ,n < ommunicatmiv, ski!!-.. proli'i'.-ni -ol', in;: anil ml'V gn'mp expe/:eni •• I .AiK-rK'nu' in wnrk.nu ',u:l; al! pl-.i-.r-. uf hiiiii.in sei v.iH-s ;iv 1 ml:n:', d.i'. i ale i.uaii start, cl'irt! ;'li'- mam and Information a IK! if"ii:al. Plea-,1' send all ii-slim*-, tu I'ornrll AiiP.li n. Madison C'HliVv i U.( , Road Edward.-ville reliable firms seeking a trainee for business management. Some college or work experience Ambitious. S5700-S7200. Mr. Davis. 465-4261. Data Placement Systems. Alton HIGH SCHOOL GIRL WANTED — T'ir part-lime babysitting, in Wood River I •.chnnl aged children. Ph. '• yi-il'tx* after 4. PARKTTTF DRIVE -I\— No experi- • •me M'Tfs.sarv Applv in person. i-vtM -UIFNCF i) SF.CRFTARY — Sh"iih.ind required Contact Parkview Placement. 217-S54-3209. Car- 'lilVllir I i P U P l : POODLE From dlend.ile month* uhl. i'l ic cliin. red collar UIIS'A'IJI •: 'It ll;i IIU VtTV IIHH'll Hi I f tui lli-il, 2~> Y MISSING .mien- .ire.i with wiiiie un ,n)d t •! "' ii AvailABILITY BF.GINNUK TYPIST - t '.'pi- fi'i \v -in elet1 lie. i-hTiciil aptitude, start . IIS phis .yt:;o. v: r i l Hi | S ! FN'OGRAPHFR—Local industrial ii'1-1 w.ll i.iki' sharp beginner. vr..'il '.kilK ?<7» Mrs. Leslie Car- rild. Ii." ll'iil Data Placement Sy-,terns \!ton ,- _ s ,.p, K _ ( AKKY or I HOY ]' 11 M :nv- t'onu't. w.i 1 . A'ton — IS or over. 3HS7 1". Broad- TMMKPIA I F GAHAG1-; SALE — Thursday and l'"riday. fl to 3. 5001 Kingsnn-.• Godfrey, turn off Rt. 100 rmtri Pierce Lane and follow signs, lois of draperies, chair:,, cur sU'ir" Avon, clothing, and misc. 8 — ti COLLECTION OF AVON HOT 1 I.F.S — 20 different bottles, "dds "'d ends. 1313 13th St . Cottage Hill;. 259-1591. 8:30 to 5. If ANNOUNCEMENTS MAKE SOMEONE "HAPPY"! KID!' WAN I I D—I-iiii' I i inity ui li^i in--. Ih'.; ; hij.ir'a S 'til 4 4lj-'-4'U" i Altoa !•> \. ,ta! \^'ul Kill^; EDUCATIONAL Local Instruction 13 —For tried- r'lnrr.acnrs' room heth . Hospital of- Mr>M-tunits' for t v> e oil i. the graduate -1 ,: fng salary X- benefits. Our new 'tin's wine offers Mivm plus other Inn ^ ronvenlent d parking lot 1 adjacent tn t or telephone I Nurslnc St'rv- Madison Ave . Granite iV-rtnn Fxt 223. Fquul '. t-:iiolovei' -hto i Hn-.nn.-i Sales People Wanted 18 AvailABILITY nv'kw.tie partv nl,- nri'O-, For in- Co ikw.ue Sales. Ii! s.\l F.s PKOPI F r.ih'o Real E^'ati- iNsr :l '.-. ll'.\K ! ' IMF s.M F DIRI i in ,i- ,iht r pur; i:. I: u •' I . ; I c \ ULiO y, -HHJ pill-- 610 West St. u 'K\ hr.,;< In -i ( I'-. I OMUK SHH\'K I. in ::..(• .| l M ::! haiull'.ng t i cn.icge. 1.) J-i 40\i with a "HAPPY AD" ITIOKIM. — Hign M hi^li i eititii-it teathei trj'l-l.ail, Ulalil Jlld s Music. Dancing, Drama 14 INDlVlVfAL 1MANO Lt.sSOSS. O1-- FIRED— il 50 Mit, Zii.-t.jlJ Pb PIANO LhbSONS — hxpinenced teacher with iiiiiiK il.^ite Commit Sandra iitcwdit. .iiD-Sjab. Wood ( Ot'\ 1 A\ I — KI'.I ...i! analyst i i 1 1 1 1 ^ an J pi ^_ Dl'i.N IHl'RsUAY ill AvailABILITY If YOU I I UKE IT — Plav- ^ r '">\' Demonstrators needed 1 ireas Car and phone ne'~*?s- sirv i'UI S R'.ves. 1-217833-4373. p i.rn .ton I 615 S76-6224. D Cotter 1 . 18 4fo 5118 MFN—Wo'.i'd vou like the opportu- •• • • ,.- SM> .-is much ,i> $180 week working part time in vvi-nmRs'' We " ' n -..I.: i»r the s.iles field ii • '- ivi\v i 1'it'h s^iio,'! eJiu'vi- tiou and .ull.iu'nbllf .ivjihiblf liml -i •"• >ind fiO write the V -I '•'.'.'.ii"i; I elcgraph Uox 10'JO : '• r'-:\.,'A 1 . lt .__ , i S \1 V s fl \SSI s HI i.IS St-'ff ' — H,V.-,(,., FARI.Y 1 Dial • 751 sill for infL'i'matiun. anytime | HI M 1 K M'PHRVISOR — Appoint nv-i i vMinu-n full or spare time { —\\i'i kuij frum hi>me—to take or- dei~ i or nutionallv known products uii-J b> all jgv's High profits Write g:\iug phone number: PO B^-x ?I8, Alton. III.

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