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PAGE D-8 ALTON EVENING 1968 MiVer Fun Sites Around Grafton Marred by Debris . • Uqal If otleT is t^C^ er dated Jane 26, 198*,, had, been sued by the undersigned authoriz- ig the name of the gassctey "The ffree Dutchmen" official NO. 05608 owned t bv Alvah and Carol reltweiser of which St. touts, Misouri is the. home Pott, to be ByARTTflOMASON 1felegnph Staff Writer 6SAFTON —• Acres of poten* Ual Waterfront recreation area ties wasted here in a cesspool Of driftwood and mosquitoes, and it appears that nothing can be done about it soon. Chtttnlttg Mississippi River Waters overpowering the might of the Illinois at the confluence of the two rivers here have carried driftwood and debris down from the north, cluttering the backyard of this community's only feasible chief source of revenue — public recreation. .Lily pads, logs and mosquito- breeding swamps cover the shallow waterfronts along nearly two miles of potentially scenic shoreline, Instead of boat docks, harbors and camping areas. Health hazards instead of healthy atmospheres exist because of the mosquito problem. It is retardation instead of recreation. Debris-ridden shorelines are not compatible to boating and other water activity. Shallow waterfronts that need to be filled to facilitate marine activity are Instead a graveyard for dead tree limbs. The problems of Grafton Lake are not hard to figure out. And they wouldn't be hard to solve if the community toad die financial resources to match its natural resources. / The town's mayor, Gerald Nairn, a stocky, former beer truck driver and deputy sheriff, is probably more concerned about Grafton's ' waterfront development than anyone else. The whole community wants to get rid of the problem, but needs help. Nairn admits that his community, although rich in natural beauty, wouldn't be able to finance any elaborate development of waterways recreation area, so he has turned to the state and federal governments for help. Last year, the plans for a $1.2 million boat harbor and marina, half of it to be paid by the federal government, were set back at least a year when a : single bidder submitted a price . Some $406,000 over estimates. ; The federal government, as expected, turned down the bid. Mayor Nairn hasn't given up, but there are no plans for new bids. The elaborate marina and boat harbor with its nearly 200 •electrically-equipped boat docks ; and slips would have been the ; key to the door to Graftoi\'s rec- .' reational development. It wou?d have been a boon to ' the community's tourism industry and an inspiration to other private developers who have projects in mind for the area. Equally important, the harbor • and marina would have cleaned * up part of the shoreline. '. Two engineers from the U.S. ' Corps ot Engineers said the harbor, if developed, would help the waterfront problem, only in the area where the harbor is built. However, waters flanking the harbor they said would continue to attract driftwood, they said. The .1rift wood problem is caused by the overpowering Mis sissippi River waters pushing the driftwood against Grafton's banks. A strong current churning out of the Mississippi toward Grafton's sliores and wind blowing toward Grafton is the source of the problem, the engineers, Wil Ham Douglas and William Thomure, sa<d. The engineers investigated the problem last week at the request of Nairn. However, the inspection re' suited in little more than some goodadvce. The corps of engineers, ac cording to the inspection team, could not do anything about Grafton's problem since the fed eral government's Jurisdiction is limited to the river's channel. ' the corps of engineers coulc only dredge out the harbor if the driftwood were hampering ; the channel which it appearently is not. Only when the channel becomes more shallow than nine feet will the corps take any ac tion, and this happens in the Grafton aw$ possibly once every three o| lour years. H and when the channel it dredged, the corps, wttb toe CQO- eeut of Graraw, could shoot the river bottom-ififtU |nto tbe baj. sprucing up again for the tourist season. Already, Grafton offers so much to the tourist. Fine dining Meanwhile, Nairn said be turn to the state tap help. The Maya? said be feels that is mosquito problem could be labeled a health hazard, or per- fa said, the community receive some help un federal ReauUfieaUon Act. 11 j&aW lie i§ not touting ffSlBMMilSfl tfi tjfe week tie areas wfere fresh river catfish is served, antique shops and a riverboat museum are only part of its attractions. But, according to Nairn, the community could offer much more with the development of its harbor areas. WE THE FAMILY OP Mfl. Mamie Brown would like to thank the many friends, neighbor*, relative*, and personnel of the calvary Southern Baptist Church, Rev. George Peek and Rev. Howard (Todd) Taylor, for the many flowers, calls, cards, food, etc, that were donated during our time of Mr,'Robert M. Brown,...Mr*. Clifford Tatley, Mr. Mllford Brown, and grandchildren — 27 DRIFTWOOD TRAP — William Thomure of St. Louis, engineer for the U.S. Corps of Engineers, points out to the Mississippi River, showing where • driftwood is navigated toward the banks of Grafton. Looking on are Wil- liam Douglas (wearing hat), another engineer for the Corps of Engineers and Grafton Mayor Gerald Nairn. The trio got a good bird's eye view of Grafton's waterfront problem from atop a bluff above the city. CLUTTERED WATERFRONT — rina and boat harbor which was set Driftwood, debris and oil slicks cover back at least a year when bids were the Grafton waterfront. The area shown rejected, is. part of the projected site for the ma- November Asked By Shapiro SPRINGFIELD, 111.—(Special)—Gov. Samuel H. Shapiro made a bipartisan plea for voter support of the constitutional convention and the $1 billion Water, air and recreation referendums in the November 1968 general election. Speaking at the eighth annual meeting of the Bernard Horwich Jewish Community Center in Chicago Tuesday night, the governor told the group that these issues "should be completely apart from the realm of politics." "Approving the constitutional convention referendum is the first step in the long march toward modernization of our state charter," the governor said. Pointing out the obsolescence of the present Illinois Constitu tion, the governor noted that the Revenue Article deals with "such matters as taxing 'hawkers and jugglers'." The governor also stressed that "approving the call for a constitutional convention does does not mean a change in Illinois law. It only means that a convention will be held. The convention's proposals must go back to the voters for approval." In discussing the resource development bond referendum, the governor said: "Passage of the bond issue will permit us to put into effect a master program for the development and management o: our water, land and air resources. It will give us a capital fund large enough to finance this plan." Gov. Shapiro was honored at the meeting for this years of service in government and to the Jewish community in general Mrs. ZolUe Frank, president of Jewish Community Center, presented the citation. Home on Oakwood Drive Heavily Damaged by Fire Fire apparently caused by an electrical short caused heavy damage this morning to a 3- bedroom ranch-style home on Oakwood River in Godfrey. James Sanders, 22, said he had been making trash pickups for his father's firm, and had returned to dump a load at about 9:30 this morning when a neighbor told him she had seen smoke coming from his house. Sanders said he ran to the house and found the kitchen and rear porch on fire. He said he pulled the fuses from the fuse box and another member of the family called the Godfrey Fire Department. Firemen had the blaze extinguished at 10:20 p.m. Sanders said all he was able to salvage from the house was a stereo and a television set. Sanders said me house was Miller to Head GOP In Jersey JERSFYVILLE - Former Jersey County Sheriff Paul Miller has been elected chairman of the Republican central committee of Jersey County. Miller's election, no surprise to county political observers, came at the organizational meeting held Monday night at the county courthouse. Other officers elected to the committee were Lee Maupin of Otter Creek and Mrs. Ula Black- orpy of Jersey 9 Precinct in- iumben* vice chairman and iecretarv, respectively. Jerseyville Attorney John Gibbons was retained as treasurer. Miiier replaces Raymond (Tim) Pugan who retired re* cently. Tbe former Jersey County sjierjff also succeeds Dugan as Precinot (-ommitteeman. extensively damaged by wate and smoke. Sanders said there was no on in the house when the fire stari ed. Service for The Robbei ST. LOUIS (AP) — A ma walked into Lil's Food Shop ir St. Louis Wednesday nigttt an said: "Light the cigarette in m mouth and give me the mone but of the cash register." Mrs. Mable McLaughlin, 50 the clerk! said the man pointe a revolver at her while she his cigarette. She then gave him $26 and he fled. Paraplegic Says Freak Shows Are All Right RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) 15-year-old girl's pleas to hal the North Carolina State Fair' annual "freak show" ha sparked the opposition of a par aplegic who operates sideshow in Canada, Carol Grant of Raleigh, wh was born with deformed arm and legs, wrote State Agricul ture Commissioner Jim Graham last week saying the snows "an degrading and ought to be stopped." Graham said at the time h would investigate the possibllit of eliminating the midway a traction, He said Wednesday b had received a totter from Harvey L. Boswell of Wilson op posing the move. "i sincerely hope that you do not see fit to cause all oj these bard working people to to pu out of a living/ 1 BoswelJ sa' ANNOUNCEMENTS Cord of Thatikt FOUND — Paif of aluminum ffftm- ed sungl&Me*. owner may turn u* identifying and caving for, ad ti Alton Evehlfi* Teiegfaph fiu«- mess office. 0 *- 27, Mfi FAMILY OF CHARLES, CORBIN — Wish to thank friends and relatives, pallbearers and Rev. or- rin Anderson, Marks Mortuary and also for food, flowers, cards and telephone calls, especially Mrs, cox, during our recent bereave- metlt ' Ethel CorbW and family — 27 FOUND—fttick titt, fully Inflated, on Mm. owner may have same by identifying and paying for ad. Ph. 269-18M. .___ 'EWARD FOR : PURSESTOLEN ON Sheridan Street in Bethalto. Return for personal Items would be appreciated. Patricia. Ressler, 254-5542. SPEC. 4 ROBERT WAYNE HUGHES—We would like to take this means of thanking all our friends, relatives and nelgbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Especially the" Funeral Home, Minister. Pallbearers, those who sent cards, flowers or assisted In any and every way. The family. 1 — July 29 i n -ii- • , i • in LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY With DMA-Diet Tablets, only 98c at Honke Pharmacy. ^^ In Memoriom 3 _ 27 MRS. RUBY STURGEON Who passed away June 27, 1955. Dear Mom . . . Only God knows how I miss you, Still the memory brings us tears, Seems Just like yesterday You left us Instead of 13 long years. Sadly missed by the Family N~"LOVING MEMORY OF OUK mother, Maggie Reeder who pass ed away 4 years ago today. In our hearts you are always near Still loved, still missed, and ever dear. Sadly missed by. her children Monuments—Ccm. Lets 6—28- CHOICE two adult plot In Rose Lawn Memory Gardens. 377-9020. Personals — July 8 LADIES — Abate monthly tensions with Abate Tablets. Only 98o. Hon ke Pharmacy. 7 _ 27 — A NICE REST HOME for male an female patients. Monthly raf $145. Ph. 465-9895. tummage & Garage Sales 8 — 28 GARAGE SALE—5100 Humbert Rd. Godfrey, 111. Thurs., Fri., Sat. June 27. 29, 29. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m Misc. furniture, antiques, assorted clothes. 8 — 28 3ARAGE SALE—Friday and Sat urday, June 28 and 29. St. Pau Methodist Parsonage, 10 North Cen ter. Rosewood Heights. — 28 BACKYARD SALE—Clothes, tools household items. Real cheap. June 28, 29 at 214 McCasland, East Alton • 28 WJMMAGE SALE—Concordia Lu theran Church, 21 Circle Dr., -Cot tage Hills. Saturday, June 29, 10 a.m. till 4 p.m . 8 — 27 — — BAKE SALE—FRIDAY — PEN NEY'S, 10 a.m., given by Firs Church of God. 27 RUMMAGE SALE—JUNE 28 from 2 to 6 and Saturday June 29 from 9 to 12. 604 Belle Street, Alton Wood River Sportsman's Auxiliary 8 — 29 BACKYARD SALE—Monday, July 1 Clothing. Household Items Toys. Miscellaneous. 460 White law, Wood River. 28 NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE SALE —Saturday, June 29 and Sunday June 30. 9 a.m. 79 West Beach Wood River. Turn west off Woo River Ave at Herr Pontiac. 8 — 27 RUMMAGE SALE — St. Kevin's Catholic Church, R o s e w o o» Heights, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday June 28. 8 i- 27 RUMMAGE SALE—True Church, E. 17th St., Alton. Friday, 9 a.m. 28 YARD SALE—3208 Edsall. Anythin and everything. Also 2 Pointe pups, Thursday, Friday and Satur day. 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 8 — 27 BASEMENT SALE — Clean uset clothing, all sizes, many othe items. Thursday 9 a.m; througi Saturday. 3438 Meridocla. Miltot. area, up hill from Steelworkers Credit Union on Broadway. Societies and Lodges 9 — 27 HIBBARD LODGE NO. 249. Brlgh on, 111. Special meeting Thursday June 27, 7:30 p.m. Work In F degree. Members and visitors we come. Refreshments. VERNON DAVIS, W.M 9 — 27 FRANKLIN LODGE NO.. 25 AF&AN —Special meeting Thursday, Jun 27, 7:00 p.m. Work in first degree Visiting brethren welcome. Refres] ments. WILLIAM C. WINKLER, W.M Notices 1 11 — TF ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE You can place your classifies ad, classified kill.or.classifie corrections 24 hours a day DAYTIME — 465-6641 MON. THROUGH FRI. 8 A.M. . 5 P.M. SAT. 8 A.M. - I P.M. CLASSIFIED GIRLS. NIGHT CLASSIFIED NUMBER 465-6511 The Recorder is for message to the Classified Depart ment and unidentified call ers to others are disregard ed. HINTS ON USING RECORDER: — SPEAK SLOWLY -, 1. GIVE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AND PHON NUMBER. (Spell you name out). 2. Speak slowly and distinct ly. 3. BE SURE TO STATE TH NUMBER OP DAYS YOU DESIRE YOUR AD TO B PUBLISHED. (IF YOU 00 NOT TELL US WE WIL AUTOMATICALLY RUN THREE DAYS), — TALK SLOWLY — Remember this it a mechanl 601 device, It will an»w» your call and givt yeu ra egrded Initrwctlpni en wha te 4»i but other than tha cannot aruwer any quei Mem, ANNOUNCEMENTS L«t—Sftey»d—Stdfefl 10 28 orange collar, female. old..L6»t m Upper Allen Vicinity. 465-5106. ^JS.27 Notices 11 Riders 11A — • 27 WANTED— Riders, from Alton to downtown St. Louis. Leave Alton at 6:45 a.m., leave St. Louis at 4:30 p.m. Call 462-7102. 1A — 28 DEAN'S LIST COLLEGE MAN SENIOR)— Will tutor high school or college engllsh, history, social studies . . , Available anytime. Call 462-5345. WANTED — Ride from Alton to Page Industrial Center in Over iand, Mo. 462-3141. EMPLOYMENT ituotions Wtd—Female 22 2 — July 2 i iVILL CARE FOR 1 or 2 children. Days. Well cared for. Call 465-3087. 2 — 28 •————•—_—^—^—« WILL BABYSIT for 1 or 2 small children. Very reasonable. Call 259-8136 or 509 Harper Ct., E. Alton. Help Wonted—Male 17 17 — 1 WANTED PART TIME BARTEND ER—Over 25. Evening work. Write Box 910 Care Alton Telegraph. 7 — 27 BARTENDER — Experienced pre ferred. Apply In person, Lewis and Clark Restaurant, East Alton, be tween 2 and 6 p.m. 17 — 27 BOOKKEEPER—$600 per month Mechanical draftsman, $650 per month. Electronic technician, pro grammer, accountant, $600 per month. AMERICAN EMPLOYMENT 726 E. Broadway Alton, 111. 17 — 27 —— AUTO BODY MAN AUTO MECHANIC LUBRICATION MAN 'PARTS MAN UNION SHOP . Day and night shifts contact FLORISSANT DODGE SERVICE DEPT. TE 1-3300 'til 5 P.m. 465-1451 after 6:30 p.m. Help Wanted—Female 18 8 — July 25 EXPERIENCED HAIR STYLIST— With following, room for 2 stylists 259-9840. 18 — 29 _ vVANTED REGISTERED NURSE— Also licensed practical nurse. Also nurses aides. Blu Fountain Manor Route 100, Godfrey. 18 — 29 LADY—To stay with elderly couple Private room. Light work. Some time off. 254-0474. 18 — 28 NURSE'S AID — No experlenc necessary. Will train on job. Al shifts. Apply in person only. 121 Main St., Myrick's Nursing Home 18 — 28 COOK WANTED — Experienced Days, 7 to 3:30 p.m. Apply in per son only. Myrick's Nursing Home 1216 Main. 18 — 28 YOUNG, EFFICIENT—General 01 flee work, experienced on the Bur roughs E 1100 bookkeeping if' chine, calculators .etc. 254-9255. 18 — 27 BABYSITTER — Relaible woman over 35, to care for 2 children ages 2 and 3'/ 2 , In my home. Shlf work, no Sundays. Call 377-8630. 18 — 29 LADY FOR COMPANION— To eld erly lady. $15 per week, and board. 465-4139. 18 — 29 Room FULL OR PART TIME—Pre-schOO teacher. Easter Seal Society. De gree and/or experience in specla or primary education. Salar open. For interview write .glvin qualifications. Easter Seal Society 6th' and Alby, Alton, Illinois. 18 — 27 RECEPTIONIST WANTED — Doc tor's office. Some light typln and book work. No experience re quired. Write, give full detail to Box 920 % Alton Evening Tele graph. 18 — 29 EXECUTIVE SECRETARY— To head large local organization Must be exceptionally neat an attractive with broad educatlo and experience in all phases o administrative practices at th highest level of organization Permanent position with llbera benefits. Salary open. Send resum of education and experience t Box 930 graph. 18 — 28 - Alton Evening Tel WANTED The City of Wood. River is a cepting applications for the posltlo of Radio Dispatcher. Responsibillt of the position includes dlspatchin of Police vehicles via radio com munlcations, meeting and talkln with the general public, typing p lice reports and performing a nun mum of clerical work. This position affords responstb person with security, full fringe be eflts and the opportunity to serv the public. Prefer applicant to be a matur lady between age of 25 and 50. Ai plications may be obtained from th City Clerk at the Wood River Clt Hall. ISA — 29 —,— EMPLOYMENT INTERVIEWER — If you have the desire to work wit people, have had sales or publ contact experience, we will tral you. S7-UD.OOO. Call Mr. Mann, B 1-2921, Sneiling and Snelling. Htlp Wtd., Malt-Femalf i 19 r- July 2 FRY COOK — Contact Leroy Lounge, eth & Tennyson, Woo RIveer. No phone calls please 19 — 29 WANTED—For data processing d partment — experienced operate and tab equipment programmer o qualified programmer on a par time basis. Knowledge of accoun penance. Qualifications and so lort W' R. C. ;Scheffel and Compan; c_ertWed.Public Accountant*; 31 Henry. Alton. -r 37 WANTED IMMEDIATELY & 6al9«npn.to work St. Lo.ui»f SalariT'jrtus, commtailoflM 8544168 for Information. V* 20 JXSM 34 as 23 a? Cue to expansion 76 yea company needs me- County Area, pign C« For EDWA* EMPLOYMENT OOD SERVICE REPftfiSEMfA- riVE—9 yftart wtpertMiee. Wantt loor te (foot *ollcTtor W set ftf (ointments, wni rurfliih tor* atlon, 9 tm. to S p.m. 0 ^ 27 EXPERIENCED INSURANCE MANAGER We have two new special tracts, a brafid new qualify ing lead system that works, a new approach for merchandising our programs and a complete portfolio of insurance contracts plus a 00% graded contract for agents. If you can sell and manage men we will guarantee you an area to manage, and in addition, ground floor stock options, group insurance, vested renewals, other incentives and unlimited earnings. Call Mr. S. Goldflnger and see how you can be guaranteed $500 every week. Call Mt. Vernon 874-3434 Wednesday evening between 6 P.m. and 10 p.m. Thursday morning 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., evening 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. RENTALS RWHHI 41 41 — 46 tifiws after aftfif 6, 41 **• 292 SLE6P1NG Slhiotloni Wtd.—Mal« 21 1 — 29 WANTED— Saw filing and sharpening. Phone 465-6768. — 28 i 485-7030. 45 LzJsLJLr- JL JL. .- J EUTr-ULrl. l-J RENTALS bWfttft^Mf rwinranW , „ iy furnished. Utilities paid.. Adult*. No pats. Call 462-8411. town Alton, $es. Utilities furnished. 462-1427. Efficiency. Exceilefit ideation. Private, comfortable and ooiet. New brick, fieftntlfully fufnlSBed. Cleaning services weekly. *88 per month. VERY 45 - 27 StOOM APT. FOR RENT - Call 465-9652. ._ f-ROOM DUPLEX FOR Reasonable, in Roxana, FOR APT. RENTALS CALL LOYCE WOOFF. 462-9797. TWO-BEDROOM -• With executive ment call 254-9594 or 289-716§. ACTON'A'PTST—37 E. Acton, Wood R™r Large Efficiency apartment. Heat and water furnished. $60 per month. Phone 254-6471 15 — 28 , ROOMS — For rent modern. 254-6139, or 222 Allen, (foot of Broadway) 45 — 29 FINANCIAL Business Opportunities 23 23 — 29 WEAVER'S AQUARIUM—For sale due to sickness. 1233 Rodemeyer, off State and Grand. Alton, IU. 23 — July 1 • SERVICE STATION FOR LEASE— Excellent residential and highway location. All equipment furnished. Complete paid training program. Incentive rental. Information: ph. 254-3836 after 6 p.m. 377-9681. 23 — 28 BARBER SHOP— Modern, 4 chairs. Good buslnes and location. Fine opportunity for young barber. Ph. 465-1352. OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS — Billiard room ror lease. In excellent location. $500 cash ment required. 462-3361. 23 — July 10 invest- SERVICE STATION FOR LEASE IN BETHALTO HIGHWAY LOCATION. Complete p^ld training. Excellent opportunity. For information Call 254-3836; after 6, 377-9684. Dressmaking—Tailoring 30 31 — 28 :RONINGS WANTED — Reasonable. 462-9463. 30 — July 12 DRESSMAKING — Alterations. Sewing of all kinds. 465-2487. 30 — June 28 UNFURNISHED-Upper Alton,,4- room newly decorated apartment. Private btth and entrance, very nice neighborhood. Close, to SIU. Utilities furnished. One small child welcome, Call 465-2185. 4 AiK > "^CONDITIONED — 5 - room. Brighton. $105. Ph. after 8 p.m.. 372-3098. tr- •jo ^ —^» LIVIING ROOM, DINETTE, kitchen with cabinets, bedroom, tile bath, attached garage 1st floor, adults. No pets. Upper Alton location. References exchanged. Dial 465-9026. Owner. $75 month. 45 — 3 & bath. Utilities furnished: Adults only. After 8 p.tft. 640 E8St Acton, Wood Rl—- OBAUTIFUL.. THREE; APARTMENT- •» Air T1ONED, GOLD CAiiwii.y»J. ATTRACTIVE FURNITURE, 1128. 254-6660 OR 466-4870, ^ 'MENT 3 — Uppftf Alton. Wafer middle age lady. References exchanged. OOdd location. 465-8662. 2 6 ROOM MODBDN FURNISHED APARTMENT—Bath, PHVate entrance. Newly redecorated. Utilities furnished. 465-2486. 46 — 28 ' "• •mil"'"-" " " " ' 3 ROOMS — Nicely furnished, air- conditioned. Bath,jirtvate entrance. Heat and water, oarage furnished. Plenty closets. Adults. No pets. Phone 466-5714. 48 — 3 ' ' THREE ROOMS ft BATH—Clefttt. New. Private entrance. Ground floor, utilities paid. Middletoown. $90. 465-1995. • FURNISHED APTS.—Neat, clean, quiet. Two and three room apartments for 2 people. Stall parking. Utilities furnished. References needed. Ph. 462-2479. 46 — 28 2-ROOM MODERN—Front entrance. Adults. Apply 603 Alby. 46 — July 3 . FOR RENT—3 room apartment. Duplex. Adults only. $78 mo. 259-0116 or 254-5598. 46 — July 2 VERY CLEAN—Redecorated, three rooms. Couple. Excellent Alton location. 259-7877, 259-7692. OJEAN 4 ROOMS & BATH — 611 Easton, Alton. 466-5409. 46 — July 2 ———————-— FURNISHED—3-room apt. Outside entrance. Adults only. 128 West Birch, Hartford. „ THREE ROOMS & BATH—Clean. New. Private entrance. Ground floor. Refrigerator, stove, utilities furnished. Mlddletown. $85. Phone 465-1995. 4 5 ROOM APT. & BASEMENT — Carport. Heat and water furnished. 820 McKinley Blvd. Call 465-6070. JUDSON AVE.—3-room downstairs apt. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Off street parking. $60 mo. 462-7252 after 5 p.m. 45 — July 3 — FOR RENT — 3 room apartment. Duplex. Adults only. $75 mo. 259-0116 or 254-5598. 45 — TF ' — 123 BEDROOM—Furnished & unfurnished apartments. Washington Manor Apartments. 465-2145. 45 — July 30 • FOR RENT — Mlddletown. 4 big rooms. Air conditioning. Off the street parking. No children. Ph. 465-5039. 45 — 28 UNFURNISHED—3 rooms and bath Private entrances. Ground floor, Disposal. Garage. Stove and re frlgerator. Heat and water furnished. Adults. Call.465-2402. 48 — TF-Tues.. Thur.. Fri., Sat. — , 46 —• 27 — - - 4 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT — Clean. Nicely furnished. Utilities paid. Adults only. 465-2967. 1 6 AND 3-ROOM FURNISHED APTS. —Wall to wall carpet. 4 blocks from downtown Alton on bus line. Call after 5 466-5751. Houses for Rent 47 47 — 29 : 3 ROOM MODERN HOUSE — Inquire at 815 Edwardsville Road between 5:30 and 7 p.m. 47 _ 29 IN BRIGHTON—7-.room house for rent. References. 372-3242. 47 — July 3 4 ROOM MODERN HOME — Gas heat. Couple only. Water furnished. $70. 1316 12th St., Cottage Hills, 111. 466-4624. 47 — 28 FOR LEASE—6 • months. $200 per month. 4 bedroom brick home. Large living room, fireplace, dining room. Attached garage. Acreage. In city. ELVIS' L. TARRANT AGENCY 1102 Milton Road, Alton, 111. Telephone 462-9792 Furnished Houses 48 ALTERATIONS—Slip covers, draperies, custom made. Beautiful fabrics. Show, your convenience. 415 E. 10th, 462-7403. 30 — July 3 WOMEN'S CLOTHES MADE — Men's shirts made, alterations on women's or men's clothes. 254-3676. BUSINESS SERVICE Business Announcements 32 CHATEAU REALTY 1-2-3-Bedroom Apartments FrlRldaire electric kitchen Wan to wall carpeting 1V 2 baths Air conditioned . Will furnish if desired if HEAT & WATER FURNISHED From $80 to $142 Wood River or Bethalto 254-1213 or 377-6923 ************ 45 — 29 32 — 28 SIMONIZ—$5.95. For a mirror car shine, call 254-4701 any time. By appointment, no waiting. 32 — July 8 WATER WELL DRILLING—Water guaranteed or no charge. Free es- :imates. Godfrey. 466-6210 or Rood- nouse 217-589-4909. 32 — July 20 SPECIALTY PEST CONTROL — $1 per room. . Bathroom and colsets free. Work guaranteed. 254-4546 any time. 32 — TF Tues.-Thurs.-Sat. Parts & Service T- Washing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners MIDDLECOFF'S 828 E. 7th — 462-4423 FACTORY- AUTHORIZED HOOVER CLEANER SERVICE 32 — July 3 TREE REMOVAL — Tree trimming. Hedge & shrubbery trimmed. Hauling. Free estimates. Insured. 254-6588. 32 — July 30 UNFURNISHED—Four rooms and bath Completely carpeted. Newly decorated. Heat and water furnished. $97.50. 115 East Fifth. Phone. 465-1233. 45 — 29 • : UNFURNISHED — Newly decorated, 4 room, downstairs apartment, private entrances and bath. $75 per month. Heat and water paid. 922 E. 7th St., Alton. Ph. 465-9283. 45 — 28 —-—— SENSATIONAL IS THE ONLY WAY TO DESCRIBE THE DIPLOMAT APARTMENTS WITH A BEAUTIFUL NEW SWIMMING POOL. DIPLOMAT APARTMENTS Phone 259-8870 Helen Brodley. Manager WEED MOWING—By tractor. Yard grading, driveways, trees removed, tractor work of all kinds. 462-3165. Building—Contracting 33 33 — July 10 ROOFING & GUTTERING—Interior and exterior painting and odd jobs. 466-4330. 33 — July 19 CEMENT WORK of all kinds — Also waterproofing of basements. Free estimates. 462-2063. 33—July 2& CEMENT WORK of all kinds. Also f uller work. Free estimates. Call 65-1290. 33 — TF Tues.-Thurs, ADDITIONS General Modernization Aluminum Windows and Doors Siding Custom Work for Particular People at Moderate Prices ZIMMER HOME IMPROVEMENT AND HARDWARE 706 Milton Road 462-0576 33—July 12- ADDITIONS— Remodeling, repairs, porches, garages, tile, paneling, concrete, roughing, painting. Reasonable. 462 33 — July 27 ly G, BUILDING, REMODELING — Repairs, roofing, concrete work. Rathskellers ^Specialty. No job too small. Free estimates. Jess Bunch. 462-0473. 377.8068. 33 GENERAL CONTRACTING — Roof- Ing, guttering, painting and home repair. Reasonable. Estimates free. 462-6044. 33 — July 2 CARPENTER WORK — Cement block laying, interior and exterior painting and roof repair. Charles stormer. 466-1437. 33 — TF PAINTING — Plastering, removing wallpaper, carpenter work, roof repair. No job too small. Charles Basden. 466-4308. 34 Dworoting July. 17 34 ..,„..., _ T - . __ „-„ ___ , ___ _ CleYn" Your Own Carpet ' Host dry eans without water. The ca 45 — 29 EAST ALTON—Beautiful new Townhouse apartment, air conditioned, carpeted, disposal, complete kitchen, full bath and V 2 . 2 bedrooms at $117.50, 3 bedroom's at $127.50 4U5-5781. 45 — TF IVY TERRACE — 2 bedrooms, carpeted. Air conditioned. Heat and water furnished. $145 mo. 254-8243 or 254-8882. 45 — TF 2 BEDROOM APTS. • Furnished or Unfurnished • Swimming Pool • Air-conditioned • Large rooms • 10 minute downtown Alton (No appointment necessary) Wbodbury Manor Humbert Road, Alton, Illinois 466-0302 <5 — TF '• 48 — 28 4% ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT — Furnished. $115. 259-6167. 48 — July 5 • HARTFORD—3 ROOM—Furnished house, utilities. No pets. 254-9693. 48 — July 3 4 ROOM HOUSE—And 4 room mobile home. 465-1860. 48 — TF : NICE 4 ROOMS & BATH—611 Easton, at sunken gardens. 466-5409. 48 — 29 BRIGHTON—Two bedroom trailer, furnished. Limited to 1 child. $55 per month. TWO BEDROOM TRAILER — Furnished. Limited to 1 child. $80 .per month. TWO BEDROOM TRAILER — Fur- nlshed. Limited to 1 child. $85 per month. FOUR BEDROOM TRAILER—Limited to two children. Furnished. $100 per month. Call GENE ST. CIN AGENCY 372-3464 Garages 49 49 — 28 FOR RENT OR LEASE — At Edwardsville. 40x60 garage building. Gas heat. Modern. Parking at rear. At Brown and Hale. Edwardsville 656-2532. REAL ESTATE SALE 1-2-3-BEDROOM APTS. •k 3-bedroom townhouse * Central Air ir Swimming Pool * Closets galore ir Private patio * Wall tp Wall Carpet . (your choice of colors) CARROLL WOOD APTS. 254-4269 Wood River. 111. Business Property 56 56 — 25 27 ELI M. GREER G.I. NOTHING DOWN ALTON 2114 Seminary Street 6 ROOM modern, newly decorated, 3 bedrooms, large living room, basement, new gas furnace, newly wired, large lot. immediate possession. $8950 G.I. NO DOWN PAYMENT 4 OR 5 BEDROOMS MADISON AVENUE, In North Alton. 8-room modern frame, 2-car garage, 2 full baths, all newly • decorated, full basement, gas furnace, new roof. Can be arranged for 2 apartments. Near schools and bus $9,800 ELI M. GREER 625 E. Broadway Office 462-0078 After 5 o'clock call: Kenny Greer 462-9884 Ell Greer 462-5177 A. J. Harte 465-3436 45 — 27 NORTH ALTON 1203 DANFORTH ST.—Extra nice, brick duplex for refined couple or person. Rent or lease. Large carpeted living room. Tile kitchen, with Birch cabinets, refrigerator, built-in stove, exhaust hood, oven, and garbage disposal. Tile bath with tub and shower. Large cap* eted bedroom. 3 large closets, Utility room with washer and dryer, Attached carport. Front, side, rear entrances. Central air, Qas heat. All utilities including yard care and garbage collection. $145. per mo. For appointment call Homer W. Grenzebach, Mgr. 466-5874 after 5 p.m. 465-714J. Furnished Apartments 46-29 FOR RENT *~ Nice large 4 room furnished 2-bedroom apartment, upstairs, private bath and entrance, 462-Q514. After 4:30 p.m. or weekend. " i.. TF T1-REE ROOM FURNISH! ate bath and entrance pn. * 289^7113. NICE With __j laundry, men retired or social security, and come as you pJea«». 4«.7 ROOM 46 m 28 SHIPMAN' FURN1SHE.B , Hast Alton, 377. room furnUtted apart- erg. Private entrance. Want Adi Apartmtnts for Sal* 56A 56A — 27 —, _— 10% DOWN BUILDS . SECURITY WITH INCOME PROPERTY ONLY 10% DOWN buys this good investment at 222-224 Allen St. Two family with 2% baths. Six rooms on one floor wjth 4-room terrace apartment. Two new gas furnaces. }6-2% . ne l return. Can your beat that? 11 In good condition. Bargain price of only , $8,100 EAST FOURTH ST. — Four-unit brick ajwbgent building. Modern with four baths. Large lot. In good, solid, condition. Has $240 Income. Owner moving to Florida. Make offer. Excellent Investment for $16,000 STATE STREET near Downtown. Three unit apartment building -Private baths. Gas heat, *<«« <S- 88!H?4,J^ 0 .°»M,JWLt to , .,«*»*>,

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