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Stock market hesitant Aljets NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market, was hesitant, today but showed a mild resistance to the downtrend that had prevailed for the past six sessions. Trading was slow, as it has been "since Labor Day. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials .was up .23 lo {I4G.27. Advancing issues held about a fi to !> advantage over losers on the New York Stock Exchange. Institutional investors were showing little enthusiasm for aprlicipating in the market, and some of Ihem were reported shifting gradually from glamour slocks to cyclicals. Walter Stern of Burnham ft To., said: "Them is no real bearishness avoumi, just, a lethargy." Once again AT&T /as active and higher, as il had been for several sessions. II Rained i& to '14').', as the Big Board's volume leader. On the American Slock TCx- ehange, Value Line was the most-active issue, off i; s to At noon the New York Stock Exchange index of more than 1,400 common .stocks was off .02 Io5!).5;i. The Ainex's price change index edged down .01 lo 2C.18. 18 selected slocks Following are today's noon quotations of New York Slock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area as supplied to Ihe Alton Telegraph by Newhard Cook & Co., from its Alton branch office. The Now York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 p.m. (Alton Time), so these are not the closing quotations: Airco, Inc 10 AT & T Clark Oil General Motors .. Grant. (W.T.) Co. Krcsge (C.C.) Co. McDonnell Mobil Oil National Steel .... Olin Corp Owens-Illinois Penney (.1.0.) Co. . Sears Shell Oil Co Squibb Beechnut. ... Standard Oil (Ind.) Standard Oil (N.J.) U.S. Steel Douglas 18'.:, 75% 41 ' . Ifii.', 4r>Vi . 70% 107 . 4f-!t 100 . 7-1% soybeans »' strong Obituaries Arthur W. Aljets, 70, of 11 W. Bender, Moro, retired contractor and subdivider of the Kutter-Aljets Subdivision in Bethalto, died at 7:25 a.m. Tuesday at St. Anthony's Hospital after a lengthy illness. He was born Jan. 7, 1902 in Moro and married the former Josephine Thrailklll in 192-'l in Springfield. Mr. Aljets was a member of Carpenters Local 1808. Surviving are his widow; a daughter, Mrs. Wayne (Dorothy) Shelton of Granite City; a son, Bob J. of Bethalto; a brother, Elmer H. of Ferguson, Mo.; five grandchildren and one great - grandchild. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at Smith Funeral Home in Bethalto, where funeral services will be at l:.'i(l p.m. Thursday with the Nov. William Ilemcnway, pastor of the Zion Lutheran Church in Bethallo, of- ficialing. Burial will be in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens. The Intensive Care Unit of SI. Anthony's Hospital has been named as a memorial. Dodd Mrs. Georgua Anise Dodd, 80, of ;i72 Ridgeway. Bethalto, died at. 5 a.m. today at Wood River Township Hospital whore she had been one week. She was bora in HairLsburg, 111., on Aug. 23, 1892, and married David Dodd on Nov. 4, lOlli in Ilarrisburg. He died in IMS. Surviving arc a son, John L. Dodd of Bethallo; a brother, Clyde E. Moore of San Diego, Calif, and a sister, Mrs. Myrtle Mondy of Collinsville. The body was moved from Smith Funeral Home in Bethalto to the Martin Funeral Home in Eldorado where friends may call after 1! p.m. Friday and funeral -services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday with the Rev. Bill Jones officiating. Burial will be in the Masonic Cemetery, Raleigh 111. Jersey Commuity Hospital. He was born in Jerseyville on Jan. 25, 1894 and was a veteran of World War I. Surviving are a brother, Peter of Jerseyville and three sisters, Mrs. George (Bertha) Horn of Jerseyville, Miss Minnie Steckel and Mrs. Augusta Randolph, both of Carrollton. A funeral mass will be at J) a.m. Friday at, Holy Ghost Catholic Church and burial will be in St. Francis Xavier Cemetery, with the Worthy Post, of the American Legion conducting graveside services. The Rev. Cornelius Horn and the Rev. Robert L. Heintz will be celebrants of the mass. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Thursday at Jacoby B r o 1. h c r s Funeral Home where the Rosary will be at 8 p.m. Thursday. Wescmann Friends have received word of the death of Iteinhardt H. Wesemann of Fail-field, 111., who died Tuesday at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Belleville. He was the son of Reinhardt L. Wesemann, former deputy sheriff in Edwardsville. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Collinsville. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at the Herr Funeral Home in Collinsville Biesk of Cottage Hills. ' Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Gent Funeral Home with the Rev. Lee Russell, pastor of the Bunker Hill Berean Baptist .Church, officiating. Burial will be in the Maple Hill Cemetery, Sesser, 111. Friends may call after 4 p.m. today at Gent Funeral home. Waltemate A former Greene County resident, Mrs. Glenda Shaw Waltemate, 53, of Waukegan, 111., died of cancer Monday at St. Francis Hospital in Waukegan. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie D. Shaw of Meclora, she was born March 15, 1919. west of Carrollton. She attended schools in Carrollton and Jerseyville and married William Waltemate in 1048 in Carrolllon. Surviving are her husband; her parents; a daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Deread of Omaha, Neb.; a son, Leon, at home; three brothers, Gerald Shaw 'of Litchfield; Julius .Shaw of Bunker Hill and Harold Shaw of Arizona and a sister, Mrs. Juanila Scoggins of Alton. Funeral .services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Mehl Funeral Home in Carrollton and burial will be in Carrollton City Cemetery. Bryant Steckel JERSEYVILLE - William Fred Streckel, a retired farmer of Rte. 2, JerseyviHe, died at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday at Jacob "Jake" Bryant, 70, of Bunker Hill and formerly of Rte. 1, Alton, died at il:15 a.m. Tuesday at St. Anthony's Hospital. He was a carman for Illinois Terminal Railroad until his retirement because of failing health several years ago. Mr. Bryant was a member of the Berean Baptist Church in Bunker Hill. He was born in Calhoun County. March 30, 1902, and his wife, the former Ruth Ann Robbins, died in 1961. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. George (Pat) Stumpe and Mrs. Esther Savilla, both of Godfrey; five grandchildren; two brothers, Charles of Hammond, Ind. and Fred of Wyoming and four sisters, Mrs. Beulah Pohlman of Brussels, Mrs. Leonard Klocke and Mrs. John Schobernd, both of Golden Eagle and Mrs. Joe Ry ED Di: MOCH CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat and soybean futures prices were strong in early dealings on the Chicago Board of Trade today, then weakened under profit-taking. Corn, oats, soybean oil and corn prices were easy to w e a k . Soybean meal, however, showed some in- d e p e n d e n t strength, advancing nearly $1 a ton on strung buying associated with firm cash meal. The U.S. Department of Agrk'tillure rpporled after the close Tuesday I hat. this year's corn crop, based on Sept. 1 conditions, is expected to total 5.12 billion bushels—some 4 per cent more than its last estimate! but still under last years' record yield. The wheat estimate was l.fili billion bushels lower than last year, while the soybean yield was estimated at 1.29 billion bu>hels, a shade above 1971. The trade had actually expected higher estimates. On the opening soybeans were l':i cent higher and wheat 2 cents higher. Corn was mixed, but firmed up to gam \i> cent and oats improved by nearly ! cent. Local professionals then took quick profits and all four commodities weakened. The gain in wheat was almost eliminated and soybeans, corn and oats turned around \'> cent under the previous close. The early gain in wheat, however, set new high.s for the season. Cash grain CHICAGO (AP — Wheat No 2 soft red 1.95n; No 2 hard red 1.9-ln: Corn No 2 yellow Mim. Oats No 2 extra heavy white 84 as n. Soybeans No 1 yellow 3.4Biin. Soybean oil y.'JOn- No 2 yellow corn sold Tuesday was quoted at 1.3i)Vi- Three MIGs, U.S. Phantom downed north of Hanoi By GEORGE ESPER SAIGON (AP) — ..Three North Vietnamese MIGs and a U.S. Phantom were shot clown Monday and Tuesday north and west of Hanoi, and the total of American airmen reported missing in the new bombing campaign against North Vietnam reached 100, the U.S. Command announced Uxlay. The three MIG 21s were downed Tuesday by F4 Phantoms, America's fastest fighters. It was the first time since May 10 that American pilots shot down three enemy interceptors in one day, the 7th Air Force said. While spokesmen said the American fighters came away from Tuesday's dog fights without a loss, they reported that, a MIG downed a Livestock prices at East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP — Estimated receipts for Thursday: 5,000 hogs, 1,100 cattle and 200 tlieep. Hog receipts 5,500 head; but (.'hers 25-50 higher and sows 25 lower. US 1-3 200-250 Ib butchers 29.75-30.00. US 1-3 31W-350 1!) sows 26.75-27.00; 350-500 Ibs 2600-26.25; 500-600 Ibs 2(1.25-26.50. Boars 23.75. Cattle receipts: 600 head; not enough slaughter steers for test. Slaughter heifers weak to 30 lower. Cows fully steady and bulls steady. Slaughter steers: few choice 900-1,050 Ibs yield grade 2-4 31-00-35.00, mixed good and choice 33-00-34.00. Slaughter hdfers: choice 750-95() Ibs yield grade 2-4 33-00. Cows: utility and commercial 24.5027.00, few utility 27.50, cutter 21.00-26.00. canner 21.50-24-00. Bulls: utility, commercial and good 29.50-31.50. Vealers: choice 48.00-50.00- ANNOUNCEMENTS Been Phantom 4S miles northeast of Hanoi Monday. The Phantom's two c r e w m e n were missing, raising to 100 the number of American airmen listed as missing over North Vietnam since the enemy offensive began March 30, the U S Command said. Thirty-seven of these have been reported captured. The full-scale bombing of North Vietnam was resumed on April (i as a response to an invasion of South Vietnam by Hanoi infantry divisions. Eggs and poultry at St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs consumer grades: A large 3140, A medium 25-35, A small 10-24, B large 24-34; wholesale grades: large 22-25, standard 17-20, medium 12-15, unclassified 8-10. Hens: heavy (6 Ibs. and over) 9, medium (5-6 Ibs ) 6 leghorns 2. Ready-to-cook broilers and fryers 29.25-29.75 this week's delivery. Mrs. Darlene E. Been, 55, of 211 Roxana Ave., South Roxana, died at 4:10 p.m. T u e s d n y at Deaconess Hospital in St. Louis, where she had undergone surgery five weeks ago. She was born on Feb. 22, 1917 in Marissa, 111. and married Frank C. Been, April 21. 1037, in Waterloo, III. They lived in Wood River for three years and in Roxana for the past 26 years. Mrs. Been was a member and church treasurer of the South Roxana United Methodist Church. She also belonged lo the Retail Clerks International Association. She was employed as a clerk at Charlie's "Market in South Roxana. Surviving are her husband, Frank; a son, Kenneth of Belleville; two grandchildren; three brothers, George and Charles, both of Wood River and Kenneth of Chicago and three sisters, Mrs. Willard (Mabelle) Doak of Wood River, Mrs. Wallace (Dorothy) Halt of Glen Ellyn, III. and Mrs. William (Flossie) Brown of Sparta, 111. Friends may call p.m. Thursday at Mortuary in Wood River until 10:30 a.m. Friday when the body will be moved to the South Roxana Methodist Church for funeral services at 1 p.m. . Friday. The Rev. James Schuty. will officiate. Burial will be in the Marissa, 111. Cemetery. after 4 Marks Funeral Home 1620 WASHINGTON BKTIIALTO ARTHUR W. ALJETS Visitation 7:011 P.M. Services 1 P.M. Thursday ill the Funeral Homo. Legal 4082 The COMISION Legal 13 1 HONORIFICA MEXICANA. well known as the MEXICAN HONORARY COMMISSION of ALTON, ILL. since 1D33. Some persons have been using this name, or others, to receive donations and other help. In the future please ask for Identification from persons concerning this matter, or call the chairman President, CECIL M. MACIAS COMISION HONORIFIfA MEXICANA 1032 Union Street, Alton, III. 4-62-2618 Legal 4908 — AIIR. 'M, Sept. 6, 13, 1072 L_ NOTICE Public Notice is hereby given that on August Mlh, A.D. 1072. a certificate was filed in the Office of the County Clerk of Madison County Illinois, setting for Hi (lie names and addresses of all of the persons own- ng. conducting and transacting the Hisine.ss known as ECONOMY BOAT STORE, located al. 307 Henry Street Alton. Illinois. Doled this 25th day of August, EULAL1A HOTZ County Clerk. Dgal 4067 — Aug. 30, Sept.. (j 13 197 9 - - . NOTICE Public Notice is hereby given that l August 25th, A.f).'1072, a certificate was filed in the Office of the County Clerk of Madison County. Ilinois. setting forlb ihc names and iddresscs of all of the persons own- ng, conducting and transacting the nisincss known as I-' &• M Body and ANNOUNCEMENTS Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, Sept. 13, 1972 Rummage & Gerage tales 8 8—13 - - — _ PORCH SALE— Friday. M13 Franklin Drive, Godfrey. Tiini past off highway at Hathowav Hall entrance ypowrltor, hospital heel, tires,' fllshcs, tent, toys, larRC size women's clothes, children's clothes small women's clothes mlsc ' <ilnt. localcd al Illinoi U(. 102 W 'Troy Dated this 25111 day uf August, A.D. 1.072. KULALIA 1IOTZ County Clerk. ,cgal -iniifi — Aug. 30. Sept. CLAIM NOTICE. STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY. PROBATE DIVISION IN Till-: MATTER OF THE TCS- TATF. 01- ANNA E, THOLE, DECEASED. No. 72-P-I27 Notice is given of the death of the ibove. Date l.etlers Were Issued: Aiifji . 11)72. Executor: W. Earl Baker of -tllOfl Cliantel Dr., Alton, Illinois. Attorney: Bruce Quackcnbush of Alton. Illinois. Claims against the estate may be 'iled in tlic 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. PORTE1.I. Clerk of the Circuit Court Card of Thanks •j , | ^ _ THE ROSEMANESS FAMILY would like to express their thanks to the many friends and neighbors for their kindness in this our hour of THE FAMILY of Nettie F. Millman would like to take this means of thanking all our relatives, friends and neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement, especially do we thank Marks Funeral Home, Pastors Gorman and Davis. St. Anthony's and Alton Memorial Hospitals and all who sent flowers, food and cards or assisted in any wav. In Mefnoricim IN LOVING MEMORY of Gary E. .lones who passed away ,lan. 23, 1972. on his birthday. Missed is the touch of your friend- Iv hand, Clone is your recall: kindness beyond Gone to a world where peace and love. Are given and gained by all. Sadly missed by all who loved him SAU; — 14.1-1 flfli St., Cottage iru . ., Hills. Thursday. Friday & Saturd _ DISHES — Avons, lamps, spreads , , capes dresses, sl/.e IG-lfiU. R CC . ord channel-, humidifier, sewing ing cabl , , inachme. built. in medicine, net cuckoo clock, rockin,. chair Polaroid ramera. girl's, boy's hirv- cie. Incycle & misc. No checks To" ' ' '•)-«•- T,',, U1 ,' s<:lay aml "-" .. 3iO,i VVIckenhauscr. YARD SALE—(-family] Thursday, lo 'til ::, and Friday, 8 'til 3 fill Anderson, Alton. Baby articles clothing toys. New Avon products hall price. 8 —14 OARAGE SALE—Lots of clothing infants to extra large. Infants furniture, stereo, loys, bric-a-brac. 40(> Wes! Corbin, fleflialto Thursday, Friday, 9-5. SUN.. SEPT. I7TI-1—One day only. Ciianl multi-family sale. TVs, furniture, baby items, sweaters, wool skirls, qualily dresses, many never worn. Western wear Records 707 Purvis, Wood River, 11-fi. I :"i ****+**************++* FABULOUS GARAGE SALE-Lots of old. depression, some new glassware, bottles, clothes, wash stand, oak dresser, pitcher and howl, lamps. Come see our prctlies Hicks Drive. Alandale Subdivision.' Route 100. next to Godfrey No. 2 Fire- hoiise, ********************** GARAGE SALE—Tuesday Wednesday. Thursday. Friday.' <)-G. Cloth- Ing for children and baby, snow suits, six.u :t, 4. f>. good condition. Large si/.c dresses, worn once, size 20'-.-22'.;. Also some i) - 10 sixes. Kitchen chrome table & chairs, small sl/c. Tricycle, like new. Ol<: TV. Lots of oilier miscellaneous items. Lots of paper hack books & large collection of Harlequin Romances. 5303 Englcwood, Godfrey THRl-ili FAMILY OARAGlTsALE-- Thursday & Friday, !>-4 Saturday 9-noon. 310 E. Main, East Alton. 8—15 TWO FAMILY YARD SALE — 1407 Main St., South Roxana. Thursday Friday and Saturday, 14, 15 £ 16, 8 — 13 — YARD SALE — Stove, winter coats, younq-teen-chubby and women's clothes. Miscellaneous. Thursday 0-f). 30G Glover St.. North Alton. GARAGE SALE—115 Virginia Cot •t.-isc Hills, 111., Saturday <>-5 S — 13 YARD SALE — Infant's, children's, miscellaneous clothing, Avon, dish, es, toys & much more Wednesday & Thursday, Sept. 13th & 14th, fl-fi 104 Sheppard, East Alton (pasi Eastgatc off Route 3). S — in GARAGE SALE — Lots of good clothing, shoes, small air conditioner, formal, and misc. Sept. 1-lth 15th, and 16th. HOI) North St., next to Boy Scout Club in Bethalto, £ MULTIPLE FAMILY CARPORT SALE— 2624 Walnut. Alton. !1 'til 4 Wed., Thurs. Avon, wheel and tires, student violin, aluminum guttering, records, books, clothing toys, tape recorder, odds and ends Monuments—Cem. Lots 6 fi _ M FOR SALE — - adult, spaces in Garden of Last Supper, Roselawn Memory Gardens, Bethalto. $300 cash. 2S9-S-I18. Personals ATTENTION LADIES—Are you one (if 20 women who would like a manic -ure every week on Friday or Saturday. Call Cheri's Hair Fashion, •ISfi-finnK. 7 _ TF Moil.-Wed.-Frl. SERIOUSLY, FOLKS—We have, the I 7 ines( Selection of Mobile Homes in the M'dwest. Storcyland Mobile Homes. 7 — Sept. 2,<? PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Call Birthright of Madison County, l-iils-lii3-OS25. An Alternative to abortion! Confidence respected! 7 — TF DEAR JOHN: Buy me that new home In Huntlnpton Park and I'll dime back. Call Bill at 466-1:344. STATE REALTY. 7 — 13 SUPPORT YOUR HOME, NOT YOUR LANDLORD Let us show you how easy if is to turn rent money into a home of your own. 1.HAL 4(iii-t;500 ANY TIME DAY OR NIGHT. JUN CONSTRUCTION CO. HAPPY BIRTHDAY ON THE 13TH l.uve, Mom & D.id. and Lisa ,v Kc " V j '^ | WFLCO'MF. HOME IWINKY) — Thanks hi Mr,. iiro.-,s and family on Si<>iv\ laud Mr. MARK & DARLENE HAPPY 1 VI II HIK1 HDAY. NANCY. I.ove. Mi.ill. Dad. .leanie ami Mark. ' A 1 -^ EXTRA BIG—Clothes, all sixes. For inals. Men's pants 32-32, dishes lisli aquariums, golf bulls, rollei and ice skales, Scout, uniforms Avon. & misc. items. No checks Thursday & Friday, SI 'til 5. Pierce Lane, 2nd house on left past Conn try Fairway Golf Course. S — 13 GARAGE SALE — 805 Stanley Rd., beKinniiiR Tuesday, Wednesday am Thursday. 114-year-old green jar Avon bottles. BIG PORCH SALE—1503 Main St Wednesday, Thursday, Friday anc Saturday, !> a.m.-7 p.m. Adults f children's clothes. Barbie and Ke clothes, cabinet door dish towels jewelry, books and other miscella neous. S — !D . GARAGE SALE—Tuesday. Wednes day, Thursday, 0 to li. Occasiona chairs, dishes, centerpieces, toys drapes, clothing, misc. 1-122 Cul Lane & 1-lth St., Cottage Hills. S — TF FREE GARAGE SALE sign with each advertisement placed in Alton Evening Telegraph. Pickup a Classified Desk. S — 13 GARAGE SALE — Sept. 12-13-14, n a.m.-? Butie suits, 14-16. Blouses slacks. Excellent condition. Come-a LOUR 'GH Chevy from bumper (On- ninaD. Yard spreader, miscellane. ous tools, dishes, jewelry. Corner Bedford Drive, Humbert Rd. Cash only. S — 13 OARAGE SALE — Wednesday and Thursday at HHli Wallace. Alton. !)•(!. Baby clothes •&• miscellaneous rt — 11 R-FAMII.Y GARAGE SALE — Wed ncsday, Thursday & Friday, 8 to 2:30. Tools, fishing equipment, an licnics. dishes, good school clothe; ,<• infant's, adult's clothing to 22>/i baby bed. sewing machine, appfl ance--., toys. etc. Ifio S. Kingdom liethalto. Watch for signs. S — 13 — GARAGE SALE — r>3fT> Pinerldfie Godfrey. Wednesday and 'Thursday S 'til 3. IH'MMAGI- SALE — 113 West Is Si., Hartford. Thur-id.iy and Fri dav. noon ID 7-00 p.m. S — 13 — HASl-Ml-.N'T SAI 1-'—Furniture, cloth in;v dishes. :!iil 7lh SI., Wood River S:30-tlark. Wednesday iv 'Thursday YARD SAI i: — Tuesday, Wednes dav and Thuisday. 10 a.m. to 5 P m 2511 Da- i ,. 'iff Elm Si In N''irth Alton ('"Iliiinj:, bahy itnns rt-C'iril.--. hi'Ol-:^, hnii-,,-holil Hems IHf K —Happnie- , i-, 1! UITV up !u u v H AppT ANNIVER'S ARY MOM AND DAD SKIPPER From all f!ui--c who love vou. /.jtv:mage & Garage Sales 8 B \S1-MFVT S.M.I —'I huis.lav Sep- ienil:ei- 1-1, S :ui-:; p in iiui'd bargains l.iireiiu Home -117 Pru-peit. s — l ! . ii-l-'AMH.Y GAKAC. F S.\|. 1'— Tluir:,. 1-r.d.n- lil.'; 1 l-l.iaklin ./eisc'V- YAK1) SAI.I-: — lii,' Clovei- Drive N"! i h Me.uiowhiTu ik ^ . ij ^ l.Xl'T I 1.1- N T GARAGE SM E Mi- -t items l:;:t r,,-w 1"V--, cluth,-., li. Us- hiihl mil m; r i(ei:v . Ft i:t i^ and Salurd.i-. 'l to ~> \~'< l;eiidi-i K''Si'-,-, oml H'i:--lM-.. ai'M'ss from all pnrf ^ I •; I'OUCil SAI 1- — < iDihuiH ui'-n s wiuum's. clrldieii s and hou• elv.-.ld trn.-K-s 1 '.>': AM"!i \\ r o ill Kiver Wednesd.iv -nul 'Ihuisd iv, 0-7. WE'VE GO I IT All. HERE—Fr.nn .'.nlu;ii''s t'.triiiliire. eli'thc,. d'--lu-s. nv-b prudiii e. mi.-,c. Kuu k-kn K l.s. 1.1 iie'.v Hem-, s- :o 1 m Ti:i---ilav. thru I-'ri-l a--- eveiuni; Noii:i of l'.ri:-li"in ': niil.s 111:11 |.-ft al Tri I'.iant', I'lun '"Uih i-.ia.l. tolli.w sil'.ns ANNOUNCEMENTS Losf—Sfrayed—Stolen 10 o — i5 - ^Er^Lf^.^r * .floor keys ho- 3, last. Sat- OST— Glasses and blue jacket, at S ^ nrn| val. Saturday. Call Reward. 14 OST — White toy Poodle, wearhiR blue collar, is on medication vicm- ityjtnsewood Holanls. Call 250-1325. OST—In the vicinity nfstniubc Lane, Godfrey. Female medium German Shepherd. "Darling" Is the name. Reward <lfin-7niR n — 13 .—, : • •-QUND ON MILLS ST. — Small white and tan Bcfifile. Two collars no lags. Affectionate. <tfi5-3028 EXCEPTIONALLY NICE SLFEP- ING ROOM for gentleman. Private entrance, off street parking. 801 College. 4fi2-)307. :ERAMIC PARTY — com~ as you are (tomonstrutltm sales. Door prizes and many extras. If) a m In 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday. Sept 1-1 and 15th. Pat Dwij-i'ins. 2216 .ludson, Alton. -1(>5-2(i07 Riders 1A — 15 11A RIDE OR RIDERS—From Godfrey to S.I.U. Edwardsville. Evening classes Monday thru Thursday Ph 4BB-330G IA — i-c NEED RIDE TO FLORIDA — Will help drive & help with expenses 25-1-7020. MIDDLETOWN—Ride needed from Alton-St. Louis. Call 462-13i>3 after fi 1A — H __ WANTED — Ride to Kansas Cily Sept. 18th, Can drive, sharp expenses. Exchange references. 254-2-125 1A — 1 (i RIDE WANTED—From 700 Alby St to Sll/li — Beginning Kept. '>n Classes from 8:30-2:20. Ph. 4(i2-2r)(i( after n. 11A — 13 1OING TO CALIFORNIA — Neeu rider to split expenses and help drive. Call 259-5445 after 5 p.m. EDUCATIONAL Local Instruction 13 13 — 15 PROFESSIONAL ARTIST Will give private instruction to anyone interested in the field of commercial art cartooning. Must have art ability 466-6494. :i — Oct. 4 — TUTORING — High school. Junior high. Certified teacher, all subjects especially math and sciences. Ph 4G5-G252. Music. Dancing, Drama 14 14 — 16 ND1V1DUAL PIANO LESSONS OF FERED—$1.50. Mrs. Xiebold. Ph 14 — 20'—— FLUTE LESSONS — Besinnors & advanced, high school student majoriiiK in music. Reasonable rates. 466-2301. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted 17 — 20 BAR MAID—Single. Experience nc necessary. Lon K Branch Taven Grafton, III. 786-34H5 UENERAL HOUSEWORK — Fill or part time, must have 1 own tram portation and references. -!t;()-;(17.1 EXPERIENCED WAITRESS — sir. 1- or less. Give complete resum to ito.v lOoO, care Alton Telegraph WANTED — Reliable babysitter , my home or .vour.s. Mondnv Ihrouijl Friday, 10 'til 3. Saturdays, 10 'ti -'. 25U-S7H. 17 — 15 . BABY.SfTTER _ For K rude schoo Sirl, 3 to 5:.'iO Monday thn, |-n 7 !ll' ] CU '' nt ":t-'ssury. Call 377-643G BABYSITTER NEED1JD — For school-aged children, from :\ to r ).m. Monday through 1-riday Ma ure_ woman preferred. 377-9!)47 af p. t ler j p.m. IT — 13 - . __ CREDIT MANAGER— Some credl experience. Ambitious, chaUcm-mi. position. $8,000. Mr. DeVer. -165-Oil Uaia Placement Systems, Him Building, Alton. 17 _ |j, _ _ _____ WANTED— Brake & forming pros operator. K\periutice m lubrica lion of slice 1 , metal a must Appl\ Baiighman Manufacturing Co., jer RETAIL MANAGEMENT— Expand iue. company looking for a.«;;re-.MV retail pc iple. Salary open. Ph 4i'i5»l2lil. Mr. DeVer. Data Place nient, Illmi Uuildinn, Alton. LPN — Heu-'s your ciiance for a sieadv aiteninnn siiift w): k to; pav and reiir.'iiiejit jilati «:lh pan: te Feminine Touch Aniw*r ta Pririooj fint* ACROSS 1 Wife-to-be 6 American Indian woman 11 Withdraw 13 Onward movement 14 Places of action 15 Writ of execution 16 Droning sounds 17 Craggy hill (slang) 43 By mouth 46 Spigot 47 Mother's darling. 48 French feminine title SO Western state 52 Astonishes 53 Spanish feminine title 32 Natural fat 33Ustsot 13 Cherrylike candidates ... . color 37 Ohio town 54 Appellations 18 Natural 38 Roman 19 Not so mucli 55 Surpasses resource historian 20 Half-ems 21 family 39 Glossy conting 21 &oap opera, UUWN member 40 Capital at «M r ?? mpl1C f 1 1 Astronomer, 22 Expiates Nigeria ^^., C i re . a ^ Ul Tvcho 2» German 41 Come to 2 TV fare article nothing 3 Entries in an 24 ' Royal ^ Oriental. account „ Majesty birds 4 Noises 2.1 Insurance 43 Coastal region spinel nf »!m« (ah.) in Arabia ii"°nn 2G Golf mound *• Incarnation 27 Existed of Vishnu 24 Collide with 27 Married women 30 Cenozoic era 32 Wards off 34 Sick man's helper 35 Perched 36 Kite 39 Steps in a scale 40 Escape 6 The sun 7 Extinguish 8 Exhort 9 Sale sipn (2 words) 10 Moistens 28 Yellow bugle 45 First husband plant 47Nota 20 Ex-soldier 49 In the middle (c°ll-> (comb, form) ,31 Curtail 51 Rebel (coll ) (NEWSPAPER tNTIRPRI5£ ASSN.) EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted 17 CHERTS HAIR FASHION is now taking applications for experienced hairdresser. 51C W •IfiO-flsiflfi. _ 13 Delniar EXPERIENCED — Combination waitress & fry cook. Age limit 2S-10. 259-7581. 7 — 15 WANTED — L. P. N.'s, L. P. N.A.I. — Div. M. Information of Vital importance. Call -102-3080 after 12 noon. AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC — Journeyman. Steady work. WoodromeOldsmobile. 1905 Madison Ave., Granite City, — 16 EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted 17 _ 1:1 — r 17 TEU.PHONi; WORK FROM HOME —Mature man or woman to work 3 or -1 hours per day from their licmie. Starting salary S2 an hour Experience desired. Will consider physically handicapped Call •105--KJ27 between 1 & 4 p.m. Sales People Wanted 18 6 FULL TIME AND 3 PART TIME MARRIEDS Living locally. Opportunity to earn ••>!-•<<) per week. Equal opportunity is"!i 'i''.i e ':. _''''"" C 4(i(i -"SS. 0-8 p.m. SALESMEN—Couples who arc not ahead" Cal, ^l^"" Want <° ^ lfi . ) — ,". 1- 13 14 18 in 20 21 HOYS & GIRLS—Earn money selling candy. -Ifiii-(i725. IK — in LIFE INSURANCE—Pleasant working conditions. No layoffs. Security henctits. Willing to start at sn'5 week. Experience not necessary 25IM045, 8 'til 4:30 18 — Sept 30 TRY IT. YOU'LL LIKE IT — Playhouse Toy Demonstrators needed in all areas. Car and phone necessary. Call S. Rives, 1-217-835-4373, IS 1 *} --'- KKAL ESTATE SALESMEN — i"ung and growing real estate firm GENERAL OFFICE—Alton location.! needs (wo people wanting good IELP WANTED—Apply in person at McDonald's. f>7 Edwardsville Rd., East Alton, between hours of 2 and 3:110 p.m. .7 — 13 ACCOUNTING CLERK — Excellent opportunity for student to work way up. SliOOO. Mr. Davis, -Kin-mil Data Placement Systems Alton 17 — 15 BABYSITTER NEEDED — Part time. North Alton urea, own transportation. References. 466-5471 alter 5. 17 — TF EXPERIENCED SECRETARY — Shorthand required. Contact Parkview Placement, 217-854-3209. Car- llnvilib. 17 — 13 Type. tile, firm will train on key-] punch. $300. Mrs. Leslie Carol. Ph. i . . Data Placement Systems Alton 17 — Sept. 20 WANTED— Eirst class welders and shipfitters. Apply in person, American Commercial Barjje Lines toot of Plum, Alton, 111. 17 — TF ACCOUNTANT — Contact Parkview Placement. 217-!if)-!-3209 Carlinville. s conditions and a job with a future. Expansion into addition- . al n. M! estate fields has created additional openings. Contact- David R. Smith, Braker Ten v (i. Smith, Sales MnnaKer I ne American Home Realtor-, 1102 Milton Ud. c|t ^-«'i'--'f 4i;e-uo5o is — K; -- ___ _ ilOL'SI-AVIVES-Earn S2.QO hour and "•!',' , S| .!'" e time - Watkins Products. is"' ' MEDICAL SECRETARY - 2 years 1 AM LOOKING tor 4 p^ticuHr tvoc experience, medical terms. . type, | persons willing to wo, k -t even mSs S&s- "~ l'S«";siH '-'Hi ai-i- -.enous about making mon- j",. over age 21. aggressive, ready to IA-«III immediately, come to the 1 cti-i • .;'. i-*., .-i. * t. . , . . vii^ CLEANING LADY — K! dav.i a week. Bethalto area. 2~>!Kili!)u. WAN'IED—Several men to help in my security business. Must be 21 or over. Own transportation. Available li to 8 p.m. 5 days weekly, t.aiiiings to match ability — plus bonus. Rapid advancement intu management. Fur interview ph"iie Mr. Barrett, -1U5-0337. liAliYSMTEK WANTED — Shift work. For li-veai-old ami 5-munti',- old. Kelerenccs iei|llired. Cull ui- ler 4 o'cl.jck. 462-9352. •; i (j , BABYSIT' I'ER—Walking diitame 'u Eunice Smiih School, m in in-. home, days ii:.'H) a.in 'nl ii-:«) u.n: (me child. Call Ui:>-SI43-l after (i p i:; •; __ II . ning. i.'Uiitonal service. <T iiuh vuiu.il.-, l') supiiii-iiU'.'il :ue,t-llt ;:: ciniii'. C imnu-i < lal buiM:: 1 .:', l'..i-i Alum area Write- Box lu'.U. cari. Alton Evcmm 1 . TeK-gi aph 17 — 13 Societies and Lodges ') Waited —(Vialo 19 Alton, Wood River Bethalto AvailABILITY JACOB (JAKE) BRYANT :eation deal- haiullcjp|;ed, - d, or related Held, with with these St'i'via-s 10 ani Thursday in the- Chapel Kev. I.ee Hus.sell olTirialini;. Burial Maple Hill, Sfs.s.-r, 111. In state al the Chapel alter 1 pni toda t or 01 We, tod. Female 20 INSt'KANCF ir. will ti.iin !• 'f JM U) alii'-.- purji'-.'.--. f;-. s MHO constructi-m knurled :i: (KM HOME—Hx- ea. Phone SfSDi.Kl AND. W M. I F.XPEKII-.NCED FRY COOK—Fvo !'ini: ..hut ;; d,-.-.- v .MU.M hi- i ; ,.,t P.irkw.iv Rest.iiiraiu, Wo ,d Rivel III \n phone .',iil.s 17 — 1 ; PROGK \'.P.tl R—OIK- \i-.ir pin-, ex •- li- f 'I'- 11 l 'tl- '! . vl!:.' 1 !!Ml: vll.ltr I'-llJ! . .-Si'':,I. ! ,-.- p m| I Da.'! '•<•'• i:'i:i I),.!.! I I S', .lev:,. A!!,,i|. • I r, .... i ; . .... i M \\.-\i ,1-M1 N 1 IKAiMl — Y.mr! ' .r'eet ti .1111:1;:.: i "t:Ul ii'r^-in iii-i •• , llij.;h M him! ;'.r.i'l a\ U-it.-i D- alt ! i'\'-nii'i. Mu,i In- ,imhitiir.:s -riloi ' Mr. Diivi.-, lii : , .|.'i,l D,,!., I'lan-im-ii! S'. .tern , Alton. j AUTOMOBiTE ~BODY~M AN—-1 Steady work. Woodrome Oldsmobilo, 1905 Madison Ave., Granite City, '<i; 1 ; i OK MI-.:. AN-J WOMI..\ —fp Wei!K A'!:-.-l I. HI 1 ,.i ; ,;oy- V. '•'*<' riltnt V2ii I'., lin.udwav. Aitun. ' !u ' |i 1NAM IA! l:-A 11 1 I. to:-. 11,-Sl t-rd icilividil.i! :••! l: ;i:ii!i; p S-,nu- e:-.;u i -•:,- , 1- ! . <:• -IL'iil D.;t Alton iv — i:i 1 i:i'Al. SIM KETARY—i, e,.| ,, Great loc.itn.n We!-! e .1 iM p: -is v .sini'.a! f i rr.t Y-1 <ih:< Mi -, 1 -.--.-lu- c.n.il I"', i-iJl Data Plitlrli.i-nt Ssslelil:, -\:t-.:i .11 i K i- MANAi.l !i — l.e.'l-. i aM S X! ! Kil .'V. I ed/i: i'l li'-nl.r;i-i-p:nj; •> .:i- I. s.ili-;. t.i.u r. n,iiili.i L i:..- « :Hi ! J.i! i i'; i. cliK ill s - -.lei:i.. A ' l" .... i', . _ V..idl:>.;ll ' '0-.l!lf, i '. oi:»:..:. I t.:iet:e , <i\ Jil ible il-:i 1.' ..< v Hiding G! andjiai ciii I )ii 1-1 I NU:.--t have knowledge -'I (ur Lewis ti Clark Mote'i'ai "••'SO p.m. Thursday, Sept 14 Ask lor .Ur. Mercer. No phone calls please. K'l.NNY'S SHOES - NOW intervie ing, u,- oiler (jenerous salary an rvlew- - ry and sit-aci\- employment, e.x- ' ."' ,'•'•'' .'-"-'ilen;.'.'!!:, work, man- iu'ur '• : '"? H pr ."« r; "». unlimited ^ -•- l.'tiallt.caliuiis: |,ish school •„"..,,-• '•""'• UDpearance and l'i'r S " /'f' 1 '" ; '" ! " udt ' ""' sale.-,man- •>'-ip. detenu.n.u,,,,i to succeed. AP- »; 1'^r^i^ 1 ",- sh "-- SELL EDUCATION! PI Slu rlv School has -•--'ful closer in umry to , ani IiM'-ir.-l- ' ive h..d AvailABILITY •«—''ii s ^ IM .^, K r kI 7. sh .-:. H l-i nnr, -.lar .> I -t p I'T!\G AP•P'-.'p!'.-. liie d:uvr -,; :,-s. '.--•: '. lM':!l.-i. .ad i,!her ll'-l.l 'A.-llld '1 .---el:t!.ll. t'i-ii:.l iiew 1'iiisi insist •! hi- williiiR ' --aits, ni't >-. .V .r, for MvMll! K 01- :; Y> \KULD will bd- ill,Uiieu over J. Phoue I

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