^ 'itifttl ISvering Telegraph Tuesday, Sept. 32,1972 ^ »*A -» , i , Sandbagging Hundreds of Marian, Iowa, residents answered a plea Monday by city officials when the West Nishnabotim Iliver threatened the Harlan Municipal Light and Water plant. Workers pack sandbags around the transformers at the plant as the water continued to rise. An estimated 17 inches of rain fell in a 34-hour period at Harlan. (AP Wirephoto) McGovern campaign picks up steam with Kennedy By GREGG HERRINGTON us. 1 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) George McGovern's come- ftom - behind presidential campaign is taking on a frantic but rousing roadshow appearance as Sen. Edward M. Kennedy joins the Democratic nominee for three days of rallies across the populous Northeast. The two senators set ..ut on a five-day, 16-hour schedule of appearances from Min- neaplis to Pittsburgh today following their premiere Monday night before approximately 11,000 people. Kennedy, who earlier this summer turned down McGovern's offers to run with him as the party's vice nresi- dential candidate, revved up the already-enthusiastic crowd of predominantly-young people inside the Minneapolis Auditorium. The format will be repeated at least a half- dozen times this wee* and probably again later in the fall. "The American people are going to elect a president whose interests do not lie with Wall Street but with Main Street U.S.A.," the Massachusetts senator said while McGovern waited offstage. "I stand with George McGovern for the rights of all the people and we want all of YOU beside Kennedy, considered a sure prospect for Democratic presidential politics in the future, displayed a touch of family humor in a reference to McGovern's running-mate Sargent Shriver, a Kennedy in-law. "Until only recently," he quipped. "I was just one member of a hundred in the United States Senate, just doing my job ... and then all of a sudden the selection came for the vice president, and it just goes to show what it is to have a famous brother-in-law." There was the vigorous leap to the office when Kennedy asked the absent President Nixon "and what about the Watergate bugging scandal. Mr. President'.' Why doesn't your administration listen to •the American people in public instead of trying to eavesdrop on George McGovern and Larry O'Bren in private?" The crowd loved it. But it loved McGovern, too, and the applause was longer and the cheers louder when the South Dakota minister's son took the stage, intoning "thank you, thank you very much," while the admirers .shouted "We want George!" Mis voice more even than Kennedy's and his gestures almost non-existent, McGovern was a contrast popular with the audience. Kerner accused in bribery CHICAGO (AP) - Federal prosecutors have charged former Illinois Gov. Otto Kerner look a $45,000 bribe from a race-track operator just before hi.s election in 19BO. U.S. Ally. James R. Thompson charged in a "theory of the case" brief filed Monday in U.S. District Court before Judge Robert L. Taylor that the bribe and another of undisclosed amount in 1964 were made by Marje Lindheimer Everett in return for Kerner's help in obtaining legislation favorable to Mrs. Everett's racing interests. Kerner and Theodore .1. Isaacs, his top aide when he was governor, are to go on trial Nov. 15 on charges of mail fraud, bribery, income tax evasion, perjury and conspiracy. The charges result from alleged manipulation of racetrack stock that the government says netted Kerner and Isaacs $300,000 in profits. Taylor on Monday severed from the trial William S. Miller, former chairman of the Illinois Racing Board, and Miller's confidential secretary, Faith Mclnturf. at the request of government prosecutors, who plan to use them as witnesses. Joseph E. Knight, former director of financial institutions in Kerner's ad- ministraton, was severed from the trial because of poor health. All three remain under indictment on charges identical to those against Kerner. Kerner is on leave as a judge of the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. He and his codefendants were indicted in December. ANNOUNCEMENTS Panama electoral assembly calls for treaty with U.S. By LUIS NOLI P A N A M A (AP' Panama's new electoral assembly called Mond»v for a treaty with the United States restoring Panamanian sovereignty over the Canal Zone and recommendei that the government demonstrate opposition to the U.S. control of the canal by rejecting the $1.93 million annual rent. The Assembly of Community Representative* has no legislative powers, but its action was an expression of popular will designed to strengthen the government's hand in negotiation of a new treaty with the United Slates to replace the 1903 Canal Pact. The U.S. State Department had no immediate comment. The 1903 treaty gave the United States perpetual sovereignty and jurisdiction over the G47-squ are-mile zone. Talks have been going on since June 1971 on a new treaty, but they have been suspended until after the U.S. piT'sirlcntia! election. Brig. lien. Omar Torri.jos. frustration if graphic i New Home owners iii Fairfax, Va., near Washington, post signs telling of problems with their houses and builders. Nationwide consumer dissatisfaction is causing federal, state and local governments to \\eigu legislation to protect the buyers. (AP Wirephoto) Uie National Guard chief who came to power four years ago, has made recovering jurisdiction over the zone his major objective. The United States says it is prepared to negotiate the transfer of control over certain services in the zone, but will continue maintaining military forces in the vicinity. The United States also seeks an option either to expand the existing canal or to build a sea-level canal elsewhere in Panama. The SOS-member assembly was chosen Aug. 6 in the first elections since Torrijos took over. It met to elect a new president and vice president and to approve a constitution sponsored by Torrijos. The presidency will be largely a ceremonial post with Torrijos retaining control of the government. The resolution about the Canal zone said rejection of the rent would let "the entire world know that this strip of Panamanian land known as the Panama Canal Zone has not been purchased, or conquered, or annexed, or ceded, or rented, or its sovereignty been transferred by the Republic of Panama to the United States, but that it has ben occupied arbitrarily as the result of a unlateral application and interpretation of the 1903 treaty which is annoying to national dignity." Mansfield says Olympics should be discontinued WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield, D-Mont., said today the Olympic Games serve no useful purpose and should be discontinued. The games have become "too political, too racist, too anarchic, and too murderous," he told newsmen. '•Their ideal is being dissipated more rapidly with the passing of time. Even the refereeing is getting a nationalist tinge." Mansfield said he was referring primarily to the "big games," just completed in Munich. The next summer games are scheduled for Montreal in 1976. Legal 1 Legal 4975 — Sept. 5-12-19 '72 NOTICE Public Notice is hereby given that on August 30, A.D. 1972, a certificate was riled in the Office of the County Clerk of Madison County, Illinois, settinR forth the names and post-office addresses of all of the persons owning, conducting and transacting the business known as ALTON HARDWARE and PAINT COMPANY, located at 25M College Avenue, Alton, Illinois. Dated this 30th day of August, A.D. 11)72. EULALIA HOTZ County Clerk Legal 4D7B — Sept. 5-12 '72 REQUEST FOR BIDS The City of Alton will receive bids for Furnishing and Installing Elevator Equipment. Bids will be received until 2 P.M. September 19, 1972, when they will be publicly opened and read. Specifications may be secured at the Office of the City Comptroller, Room 100, City Hall, Alton, Illinois, or call 465-2332 MRS. RITA H. SCHOEFFEL City Comptroller Legal 4U74 Sept. 5-12-19 CLAIM NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE H STATE OF MOLLIE L. VANN, DECEASED No. 72-P-32 Notice is given of the death of the above. Date Letters Were Issued: August 30, 1972. Executor: EIvy Vann of 715 Hampton, Alton, Illinois. Attorney: Ross Armbruster of Alton, Illinois Claims against the estate may be filed in the office of the Circuit Court. Probate Division, County Courthouse in Edwardsville, Illinois, within 7 months from date of issuance of letters; and any claim not so filed is barred as to the estate inventoried within that period. Also, copies of claims must be mailed or delivered to the executor and to the attorney. WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court. Legal 49S1 — Sept. 5-12-10, 1972 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ILLINOIS MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS FEDERAL NATIONAL 1 MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION,) a corporation organized ) and existing under the lawsl of the United States, ) ) Plaintiff 1 ) No. 72 ) -E-108 GARY LEK REIMUND ) and VKRNA M. REIMUND) ) Deiendants ) NOTICE OF SALE Public notice is hereby given that pursuant to a Decree of Foreclosure, entered in said Court, in the above entitled cause on August 22, 1972; an Associate Circuit Judge will on September 29, 1972 at the hour of 9:30 A.M. at the front door of Alton City Hall in the City of Alton. County of Madison and State of Illinois, sell at public vendue to the highest und best bidder for ca»h. thf following described real I'sUite. situated in Madison County, Illinois, to-wit: Lot 154 in Quiet Valley Addition Nu. 4. a subdivision located in the Northwest Quarter of Section II. 'lounship 3 North, Range 9 West of Hit Third Principal Meridian, according to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 40 Page 56 in Madison County, Illinois. Also known as 31 Iris Avenue, Granite City, Illinois. or so much thereof «s may be necessary to satisfy said Decree with interest thereon, and costs of suit, including costs of sale. At said sale, I will give the purchaser or purchasers a Certificate or Certificates showing the amount of bid or bids, a particular description of the property sold, and the time when the purchaser or purchasers will be entitled to a Deed or Deeds for sucli property unless the same shall be redeemed according to law, * ( I)ATEl> this 3Ist day of August, Arthur L. Greenwood Associate Circuit Judge THOMAS. MOTTAZ & EASTMAN (Steven N. Mottaz) 307 Henry Street AJluo. Illinois 62002 Phone' 462-9201. ANNOUNCEMENTS I ANNOUNCEMENT* Legal. 4878 PUBLIC/vHUN " In the Circuit Court, Third Ofudlcl- a ,lt, c , lr . cul l M /??L S 5« County. Illinois; ILLARD CASEY, SR., Plaintiff vs- EARNESTINE CASEY De- endant, Complaint for Divorce, No. Notice Is hereby given EARNESTINE CASEY, Defendant herein to be served by publication, that the above suit Is pending and that de- ault may be entered against you on or after October 16, 1972. (s) WILLARD V. PORTELL Cterk of the circuit Court Third Judicial Circuit Madison County, Illinois Ross Armbruster Attorney F ; or Plaintiff 206 State Street Alton, Illinois 62002" Telephone: (618) 465-8866 Legal 4972 — Sept. 5-12-19 CLAIM NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE STATE OF WILLIAM L. CAMP, DECEASED No. 72-P-418 Notice Is given of the death of the above. Date Letters Were Issued: August 24. 1972. Executor: Edith I. Camp of 1910 Washington Ave., Alton, Illinois. Attorney: John W. Hoefert of AI- on. Illinois. Claims against the estate may be lied in (lie office of (he Circuit Court. Probate Division. County '".ourlhouse in Bdwardsville, Illinois, vithin 7 months from date of *suancc of letters: and any claim lot so filed is barred as to the estate inventoried within that icriod. Also, copies of claims must be mailed or delivered to the executor and to the attorney. WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court. .egal 4377 Sept. 5-12-19 '72 PUBLICATION NOTICE In the Circuit Court, Third Judicial Circuit, Madison County, Illinois, HARRY L. tBUD) BOWEN, Plaintiff- vs. ESTATE OF ETTA M. BOWEN, deceased and UNKNOWN OWNERS, Defendants, Complaint for Declaratory Judgment to Confirm Title to Real Estate, No. 72-ZI.'W. Notice is hereby given ESTATE OF ETTA M. BOWEN, deceased and UNKNOWN OWNERS, Defendants herein to he served by publication, thai the above action is pending to confirm title to the following described real estate: The Northeast Quarter (i/ 4 ) of the southwest Quarter Ci) of Section 19 in Township six '(6) North Range Ten (10) West of the Third Principal Meridian, containing forty (40) acres; excepting there- from about 27/40th of an acre out of the Northeast corner of said tract conveyed by Eliza A. Bowen to John J. Vollmer by deed dated .July 25, 1923 and recorded In the Office of the Recorder of Madison County, Illinois, in Book 513 Page 235: Situate in the County of Madison and State of Illinois. Excepting therefrom a certain piece thereof conveyed to Harry F. Hemphlll and Mary L Hemphill. Husband and Wife bv deed dated April 26, 1957, described as follows: A tract of land in the Northeast Quarter (NE'i) O f the Southwest Quarter (SW'4) of Section Nineteen (19), Township Six North (T6N) Range Ten West (R10W) of the Third Principal Meridian described as follows: Beginning at a stone set at the Southeast (SE) corner of said Quarter-Quarter Section: thence Northerly along the East line thereof of a distance ?L One Hundrecl Thirty-six and 85/ lOOths feet (136.85') to an iron pipe set at the intersection with the southwesterly right-of-way line of State Highway Number 100: thence Northwesterly along said right-of-way line a distance of Seven Hundred Twelve and 55/ lOOths feet (712.55') to an iron pipe set; thence Southerly. parallel to the east line of the Northeast Quarter (NEVi) of the Southwest Quarter (SWi/ 4 ) of said Section Nineteen (19) a distance of Five Hundred Sixty-two and 20/lOOths feet (562.20') to an iron pipe set on the South line thereof; thence Easterly along said line a distance of Five Hundred Eighty and 50/IOOths feet (5S0.50 1 ) to the point of beginning, containing Four and 66/100ths acres (4 66A) Situated in the Township O f Godfrey, County of Madison and State of Illinois. and that default may be entered against you and each of you therein on or after October 16, 1972. (s) VV1LLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court Third Judicial Circuit Madison County, Illinois ROSS ARMBRUSTER Attorney For Plaintiff 20fi state Street Alton. Illinois 62002 Telephone: (618) 465-8S66 Legal — 12 7A CHRIS — Happy tary, Sweetheart. One year down with eternity to go, I'm glad you are there to make the journey bearable, I love you, Chris. Thank you tor such a wonderful year. Jay. Y RAD 8 — ... YARD .,„.. cellaneous 8 — ,_ . YARD SALE ~ 406 Roxana Ave., «i „ Roxa "a- Wednesday 10-7. Miscellaneous. MULTIPLE FAMILY CARPORT SALE-2624 Walnut, Alton, 9 'til14 H™ ' J!} Urs - Avon ' wnee! and tires, student violin, aluminum guttering, records, books, clothing j toySj tape recorder, odds and ends'. WEDNESDAY, 13TH, BIG SALE — Dishes, toys, boy's shirts (size 14 Q^;'- Cf ?, a " C , lotflln 8. reupholstered 3-pc. sectional, shoes, salt and pen- River "• 231 S ° - 7th St " Wood J — 1 2 H H,H, SEH ,° L P SALE - Moving. Golf Uliha. short wave RECV & XMTR, ""•conditioner, mower, books & Jri?, 1 ?" 1 *!. etc. sept. 13, 9 a.m.-7. 632 Lunndon. 8—12 LEGAL NOTICE A regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Hayner Public Library District will be held Tuesday September 12, 1972 at 7:30 p.m. in the meeting room of the library. W. E. HUFF. SECRETARY Card of Thanks 2 — 12 THE FAMILY of William R (Dick) Carr would like to express their sincere thanks to the nurses and aides of Alton Memorial' Hospital, Dr. Lekkas and his office nurse, Dr. Narscius, Smith Funeral Home, pallbearers, Rev. & Mrs Lolard Simmons. & members of Curdle Heights Baptist Church, Alton Box Board office personnel & employees, Alton Moose Lodge 951, & the American Cancer Society and all friends and neighbors who sent food, flowers, or assisted in any way during our recent illness and bereavement. Wife and Children. THE FAMILY of George Deist would like to express their sincere thanks to friends, relatives and neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Especially do we thank Marks Funeral Home, pastor Hemenway, pallbearers and all who sent food, cards and flowers, or assisted in any way. J. — 12 , A PERSONAL THANKS for all the expressions of sympathy & friendship shown to us in our time of sorrow. The Bowie and. Webster Families In Memoriam IN LOVING MEMORY of Mrs. Fan ny Williams who passed away September 12, 1969. Sadly missed by her family Monuments—Cem. Lots 6 6—14 , — FOR SALE — 2 adult spaces in Garden of Last Supper, Roselawn Memory Gardens, Bethalto. $300 cash. 259-8418. Personals 7 _ TF Tu Th Sat SEE THEM—YOU'LL LIKE THEM —Beautiful mobile homes at Storey- land Mobile Homes. 7—18 _ ATTENTION LADIES—Are you one of 20 women who would like a manicure every week on Friday or Saturday. Call Chert's Hair Fashion, 466-6996. 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 Huntingdon Park and I'll come back. Call Bill at 466-1544. STATE REALTY. MISC. FOR SALE ALUMINUM SIDING Expert Application FREE ESTIMATES .A — 12 Happy Ads 7A HAPPY BIRTHDAY, „ VICKI— Your friends, tha Keeney'a. — 12 Rummage & Garage Sales 8 miscellaneous SALE — infant's, children's, ^.cilaneous clothing, Avon, dish, toys & much more. Wednesday Thursday, Sept. lath & Hth, 9-fi. i ti—jpard, East Alton (past „_.- off Route 3). * v-"iwl tastgate SALE— Clothing, dishes, mis- eous. Wednesday, Sept 13, .-5 p.m. 2713 Brown, Alton. --......r.^^ SALE — Wednesday. Thursday 3-4. ISOI Clawson. Record players, lawn mower, bath equipment, lady's dresses 20'/ cenaneous 01 " 181 S " OGS> COUch ' mi5: 5 — 14 EXTRA BIG—Clothes, all slzea Formals. Men's pants 32-32, dishes, fish aquariums, golf balls, roller and Ice skates, Scout uniforms, Avon, & misc. Items. No checks. Thursday & Friday, 9 'til 5. pierce Lane, 2nd house on left past C'oun- try^Falrway Golf Course. GARAGE SALE — SepV.~I2.I3-M 3 a.m.-? Butte suits, 14-lfi. Blouses slacks. Excellent condition Come-n- Long •(•>!> Chevy front bumper (Original). Yard spreader, miscellaneous tools, dishes, jewelry. Comer Hertford Drive. Humbert Rd. Cash 3 — ' 12 — __ Y i A ^ D * SALE — Wednesday. Sept. 13!):oo 'til 3. Antiques, clothing Avon. misc. 1414 12th St., Forest Homes, Cottage Hills. rorl - sc GARAGE SALE — Wednesday and Thursday at 1016 Wallace. Alton ^ ,Baby clothes & miscellaneous. YARD SALE-Lots of good Items, '"'"' 1 " 1 '"- — parts, outboard ---.->. 132 N. i. Sept. 12 and 14 GARAGE SALE — Wed- >ls fishing equipment, an.—,-• - lsne s, good school clothes « infant's, adult's clothing to 22'A baby bed. sewing machine; appl1l ances, toys, etc. 150 s. Kingdom R Bethalto. Watch for signs. lnggom ' GARAGE SALE — 5305 Pineridge, G ? t <lfrey. Wednesday and Thursday, S — 14 — RUMMAGE SALE — 113 West 1st St., Hartford, Thursday and Frl- ,"j*y. ^noon to 7:00 p.m. MOVING—All kinds of clothing for children and adults. Small appliances, electric heater, sweeper etc. Some furniture. Toys ice skates, bikes, sleds. Drain tub on ni V f . t ' 8 _ chair - Child's boots. Dishes. Wednesday, 8:30-5:00. 856 ^Chouteau, North Alton. No checks BASEMENT SALE—Furniture, cloth'"8. dishes. 264 7th St., Wood River. a _ pT Wednesday & Thursday. YARD SALE—Good clean clothing Lots of odds and ends. Wednesday and Thursday, 10 'til 4. Canceled if rain. ^613 East 9th, Alton. GARA'GE SALE — 210 Northmoor Rosewood Heights. Tuesday and Wednesday. .9 a.m. 'til 7 p.m. 8 -— 13 —— < — YARD SALE — Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. 10 am to 5 P.m. 2511 Davis, off Elm St. in North Alton. Colthing, baby items records, books, household items miscellaneous. 8 — 14 ____ YARD SALE — 136 Clover Drive, North Meadowbrook J — 14 ___ EXCELLENT GARAGE SALE — Most Items like new; toys, clothes household and mlsc items, Friday and Saturday 9 to 5. 455 Bender Rosewood Heights, across from airport. 8 — 12 RUMMAGE SALE — Variety of "••""""Vs men's and children' 8 — 12 MOVING—Rummage sale. All day Wednesday. Games, clothes, (lady s), oil lamps, old & new dishes, everything must go. 603 Wood River Ave., East Alton. PORCH SALE — Clothing, men's women s, children's and household articles. 157 Acton, Wood River. Wednesday an( j Thursday, 9-7. BASEMENT SALE—September 13th. Hth. Jewell Tea glassware, un- tiques, Maytag washer and miscellaneous. 3807 Western Ave., off Milton Road. S — 12 GARAGE SALE — Bunk beds, old ruby red dishes, Coleman heater, many items too numerous to mention. 113 Illinois Ave.. East Alton, Tuesday, Wednesday, 8-6 8—13 . , WE'VE GOT IT ALL HERE—From antiques, furniture, clothes,* dishes, fresh produce, misc. knick-knacks, to new items. 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, thru Friday evening. North of Brighton 2 miles, turn left at Tri County Gun Club road, follow signs. 8—12 JARAGE SALE—Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 9-6. Clothing for children and baby, snow suits, size 3, 4, 5, good condition. Large size dresses, worn once, size 20'/2-22i/ 2 Also some p - 10 sizes. Kitchen chrome able & chairs, small size. Tricycle, like new. Old TV. Lots of other miscellaneous items. 5303 Englewood, Godfrey. REAL ESTATE BUCHANAN AGENCY Godfrey ' GODFREY — 300 Ft. Rt. 100. near D'Adrlun, 2 brick homes, good condition. Potential business $30,900 LARGE WOODED LOT — Two bedroom home. Very large rooms, well kept Double garage and basement... $17,900 FINEST QUALITY — I'/} acre wooded lot, fine area. House carpeted, 4',i baths, 2 fireplaces and family rooms .... $69,000 Alton WOODED, PRIVATE — Brick home on large lot, with summer bouse, porch. Carpeting, I'/, baths, double garage. $28,300 NEW LISTING — Two 12 room alum, duplexes, plus extra lot Good income $23,SOO UPPER ALTON — 4 large rooms, carpeted, garage neat. ».«60 BRICK — « room cen. air. New kitchen, dishwasher, stove, all carpet $12,000 ALUM. SIDING — 4 room, Urge lot, on sewer *7,500 LARGE LOT — 9 room bouse, well kept (13,800 4 8EPROOM — Large lot, stove and refrigerator, (8,730. Ctaribtl Buchanan Realtor MLS MEMBER OFFICE 462-4661 LucUto Flare 4M-24S4 Waltecd Bocbaaao .. 4M-7MS Variety ACROSS 449cryer 1 Hounds 48 License* 5 Holding device 49 Surface 9Cartograph depression ' S3 Hail! 54 Valid conclusion 56 Nothing 57 Fall in drops 58 Jagged part 59 Certain railways (coll.) 60 Seasoning 12 Notion 13 Roman date 14 Island (Fr.) 15 Refined feeling L i i "Fish basket 19 Workroom 21 Long cut 23 Legal point 24 Manuscripts (ab.) 27 Co Colorado Indians 29 Solar disk 32 Obtrude 34 Religious devotion 36 Conductor 37 Wards off 38 Sandy tratrt 39 Hindu robe- 41 Coterie 42 Entitle 61 Corrodes DOWN 1 Record 2 European river 3 Biological entity 4 Gluts 5 Vigor 6 Fancy 7 Transmitted 8 Natural fat 9 Clergymen 10 Toward the sheltered side 11 Look intently 16 Abuse 20 Depart 22 Roman roads 24 Clement 25 Pintail duck 26 Spaces > between arches and cornices (arch.) 28 Trap 30 Grafted (her.) 31 American cartoonist 33 Greek theater 35 Spanish chronicler 40 Attack 43 Feathered vertebrates 45 Wash lightly 40 Star facet 47 Wicked 48 Buddhist monastery 50 Feminine appellation 51 Biting insect 52 Hen product* 55 Seaport-fob.) (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) ANNOUNCEMENTS EDUCATIONAL Rummage & Garage Sales 8 s 13 GARAGE SALE — 803 Stanley Rd., beginning Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. 114-year-old green jar, Avon bottles. 8—14 BIG PORCH SALE—1503 Main St.. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 0 a.m.-7 p.m. Adults & children's clothes. Barbie and Ken clothes, cabinet door dish towels, jewelry, books and other miscellaneous. 8—12 NEW & USED—Clothing & sifts, fur- nlture. Tuesday & Wednesday, from n-l. -101 Lincoln, East Alton'. 8 — 13 jARAGE SALE—Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday, ft to fi. Occasional chairs, dishes, centerpieces, toys, drapes, clothing, misc. 1422 Culp Lane & Hth St., Cottage Hills. 8—12 RUMMAGE SALE—427 Wood River Ave., Wood River. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 8 — TF . FREE 3ARAGE SALE sign with each advertisement placed in Alton Evening Telegraph. Pickup at Classified Desk. Societies and Lodges 9 — 12 BRETHREN OF BETHALTO LODGE NO. 406 AR & AM are requested to meet at the temple at 7 p.m. Tuesday, September 12th to confer Masonic rites on Brother Joseph Wright at Gent Funeral Home at-7:.'iO p.m. JERRY V. WRAY, SR., W. M. U — 13 ••"••' •" •• - I' • .. WOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 1062 AF 6 AM—Wed., Sept. Kith. Practice 7 p.m. Visiting brethren welcome HAROLD N. SUNDERLAND, W.M lost— Strayed—Stolen 10 LOST — White toy Poodle, wearing blue collar, Is on medication, vicinity Rosewood Heights. Call 259-1325. 10 — 16 LOST—In the vicinity of Straube Lane, Godfrey. Female medium German Shepherd. "Darling" is the name. Reward 466-7018 10 — 13 : ' FOUND ON MILLS ST. — Small white and tan Beagle. Two collars, no tags. Affectionate 4G5-.'(n28 10 — 12 ' LOST—Black and tan fox hound. Name, phone number on collar Please watch for this hound, wor- ren 459-3610. 10 — 13 MARK & DARLENE'S white-apricot colored toy Peke-a-Poo dog named "Wlnky." Last seen Friday at Lakewood Subdivision off North Alby St., in Godfrey, III. If found or know whereabouts, please call 466-6581. Notices 11 — 12 HAPPINESS IS A HOME OF YOUR OWN DIAL 466-6500 ANY TIME DAY OR NIGHT. JUN CONSTRUCTION CO. 11 — 15 — EXCEPTIONALLY NICE SLEEPING ROOM for gentleman. Private entrance. Off street parking. 801 College 462-1307. Riders 11A 11A — 14 _ WANTED — Ride to Kansas City. Sept. 18th. Can drive, share expenses. Exchange references. 254-2425. 11A — 16 RIDE WANTED—From 700 Alby St to SIUE—Beginning September 18. Classes from 8:30-2:20. Ph. 402-2966 11A — 13 GOING TO CALIFORNIA — Need rider to split expenses and help drive. Call 259-5445 after 5 p.m. HA — 16 RIDE — From Wood River to SIU Edwardsville. Classes 8:30-2:30. 254-3741. REAl ESTATE MILTON AREA 808 Maurice, 5 rras., beautiful condition, w to w carpet throughout, including; kit., basement, $ I a Q Af) gas fur., garage IW|wwU HARRY F. HEMPHIU REALTORS, INC. Mft-968* Instruction 12A Local Instruction 15 13 PROFESSIONAL ARTIST Will «ive iirivtiii- Instruction to anyone interested in the field of cunimcrciiil tin cartooning. Must hiivo nrl ability. <|(i«.(il!M. l:i — Oi'.t. -1 : ... TUTORING - High school, Junior high. Certified teacher, all subjects especially math and sciences. Ph •H)j-b252. Music, Dancing, Drama 14 14 — 16 • INDIVIDUAL PIANO LESSONS OF- FERED-$J.50. Mrs. Zlebom; Ph. * EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted 17 — 14 - - _ BABYSITTER NEEDED — For S school-aged children, from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday Maure woman preferred. 377-9947 af- icr o p.m. 17 — 12 - __ _ HOTEL STRATFORD— Salad cook | and_helpj,vith other cooking. CREDIT MANAGER— Some credit experience. Ambitious, challenfiinc position. $8,000. Mr. DcVor 4B5 4^1 " 17 — - - -- _ _ TELEPHONE WORK FROM HOME — Mature man or woman to work :t or 4 hours per dav from their home, starting sn i a ry $2 an hour Experience desired. Will consider ' 1 i v «'^"y . Handicapped Call 46,><lli>7 between 1 & 4 p. m . F1NANCK TRAINEE — "Account- Ing or finance background, wtllliiR <° *™. [n - n 58,500. Mr. D ever iMi,",1 li Ri'," 1 place "iem Systems, Illhii RuMdliiK. Alton. EXPERIENCED FRY ( OOK— Fve mug shift. 5 days. Musi be fast f? rk . wa >: Restaurant, Wood River! 111. No phone calls 17 — 12 - _J _ WANTED— Boys to set clay pigeons ut Enxon's Trap Field. Tuesday & ra'-s'lB!) ni8hts- Ca " Edwnrdsvllle, I-'''— iV - . _ ___ PROGRAMMER— One year plus experience 360 Cobol, disc. Immediate openings. $8400. Fee paid Mr ?v a V s> 46 M, 4261 ' Dala Placement Systems, Alton. 17 — 13 -- _ _ __ MANAGEMENT TRAINEE — Your career training could begin here. High school erad or better Draft exempt. Must be ambitious.' $6100 Mr. Davis, 405-4201. Data Placement Systems. Alton. 17 15 AUTOMOBILE BODY MAN— Steady work. Woodrome Oldsmobile, 1905 Madison Ave., Granite City, III. JOBS FOR MEN AND WOMEN—Up V°Sn» w ?? k ^ American Employ- i m em'p 26 E. Broadway, Mton. LADY TO LIVE IN_Cook & house. Keeping. Private room and board wages. One day off a week References exchanged. Write Box 1040, c/o Alton Evening Telegraph. FINANCIAL INSTITUTION seeking degreed Individual for completS training. Some experience banking or savings & loan helpful, $8500. Mr. Davis, 465-4261 Data Placement Systems. Alton.' 17 — 13 — ____ LEGAL SECRETARY—Good skills. Great location. Well established professional firm. $450. Fee negotiable. Mrs. Leslie Carol, 465-4261 Data Placement Systems, Alton. MISC. FOR SALE APPLES PICK YOUR OWN 8c pound Containers Furnlahed Picking hours, 9 am- 7 pm daily. Orchards located at Grutton, Freeburg and Millstadt. For more information call 796-3445. Eckert Orchards Inc.
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