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V l!0!ff IWI ALTON BVEN1NO TELEGRAPH Biuiness Mirror Bugs Dangerous To Farm Crops By 9AM DAWSOJf NEW YORK a»---Bugs ore venturing forth about now to attempt damage that could run to n round five billion dollars will find thr farmer and householder armnd thll year with a wider choice of Specialized killers. Livestock Prices tit East St, Lonis NATIONAL STOCK YARDS. III. *»-(U8DA) — Hogs 8,000; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs 22.50-75; latter practical top; 30 head 22.85; 240270 Ihs 21.75-22.50; largely 22.75 down; 150-170 Ibs 21.00-22.25; 120140 Ibs. 18.00-20.00; sows 400 Ibs. down mostly 20.25-75; heavier sows 18.25-19.75; few to 20.00; boars 13.00-15.50. Cattle 700, calves 500; small lots and Individual head of commercial and good steer and heifer yearlings largely 17.50-20.00; utility and Insecticide output is up soven- j commercial cows largely 1.1.50- fold in five years. Some 350 million pounds of different kinds of It arc available, including some ne\v ones aimed at getting the files and other pests that have become immune to some earlier types. , There are gadgets, too: hollow- tooth combs to get at fleas and ticks on dogs; lamps that let off fumes that kill or repeal insects; squeeze bottles that spray both insecticides and chlorophyll. Farmers will have the benefit of around five million dollars worth of research on pesticides last year by private firms, exclusive of government agency spending. Some of the specialized ones touted this year are: A combined insect and disease protectant by du Pont both disinfects seed and kills Insects in the soil bent on attacking the seed or plant. Gardners are offered a new in- 1 sectictde by American Cyanamid Co. that specializes on aphids. mites, scales, mealy-bugs, leaf hoppers and thrips. Farmers storing wheat, corn and other grain are offered, pyrenone wheat protectant and pyrenone grain protectant by U. S. Industrial Chemicals Co. It aims at keeping grain free of insect damage while in storage—a loss that often runs into millions of dollars In a year. House flies may face a sulfoxide- pyrethrin combination, by S. B. Penick & Co. that is claimed to be 12 times as toxic as pyrethrlns alone. High time, too,, as the housefly gets around—scientists have traced radioactive ones for 20 miles. Housewives may polish their floors and kill insects at the same time. The Freewax Corp. of Tallahassee, Fla., has been selling a lindane and wax mixture to Southern housewives for some time and this spring is branching out into other regions. Friendly bugs are being encouraged. Beetles from Australia are imported to control the Klamath weed in Pacific Coast areas. Mexico has brought insect parasites from India to, fight the citrus blackfly and prevent its invasion of the United States. 15.00; few Individuals 15.50 or better; cnnner and cutter cows 10.5013.50; utility and commercial bulls M.50-1B.50; canner and cutter bulls 13.00-1-1.00; few prime vealers to 28.00; good and choice 19.00-2S.OO; utility and commercial vealers 14.00-18.00. Sheep 100; short deck mostly choice 104-lb wooled lambs, including' few prime, 24.00; other sales choice down to 23.50; little under 23.50 except shorn lambs; some 118 II) No. 2 skins 21.50; scattered lots utility to choice wooled slaughter ewes 7.00-8.50; few cull to choice shorp ewes 5.00-8.00; aged bucks mainly fi.OO for both wool find shorn pelts. Njsws of Stocks Flurry of Selling Lowers Market Vlay 2.18% 2.18 2.22*4 iep no " v Dec Vlar Corn Vlay 1.58% 1:57% Ii58& 1.57 1 /i-% ly i:61% 1.60% 1.61V* 1.60%-Vi !ep 1.60V* 1.59 1.59% 1.59 1.57*4, 1.55^4 1.56% 1.55% NEW YORK ff— A Hurry of selling at mid-session sent the stock market lower today without uncovering unusual weakness in the list. Losses of around a point were frequent In many major divisions, and the drop went past 2 points at the most, but most losses were fairly rnoderate. Volume built up to an estimated million and a half shares for the entire day, compared with 1,310,000 shares traded Thursday. Activity was pronounced in steels, motors and railroads, all o which declined. Stocks declining included Repub lie Steel, Studebaker, Santa Fe Gulf Oil, U. S. Gypsum, du Pont International Nickel, Anaconda Copper, Admiral Corp., Distillers Corp., and Lockheed. U. S. government bonds in the over the counter market were steady. Floridan Gets Guilty Verdict In Killing Case VAN HORN, Tex. ^P~A Florida man was convicted at Van Horn Thursday of murder in the death o a Michigan man, and the convict ing jury recommended the deal sentence. The convicted man, who is to be sentenced later, is Walter Collin Green, 24, of Hialeah, Fla., whc was convicted of murder in tb slaying of Fred Eldredge, 67, o Williamston, Mich., on Feb. 1 near Van Horn. was recovered from a gravel pit eight miles west of here Feb. 25. Bernard Pregler, 20, St. Paul, Minn., who also is charged in the case, testified that Green shot Eldredge and that he, Green and 8 man only identified as "Slim" drove Eldredge's car across Texas to Florida. Green and Pregler were arrested in Florida on bad check charges. Nrtcs of Grains Market Presents Mixed Appearance By WILLIAM FERRIS CHICAGO JT— The grain market presented a mixed appearance today with wheat showing a relatively ortsy undertone. May and July wheat sank to new seasonal ows. Soybeans also dipped at times, particularly the new crop months. :orn displayed more strength than anything else, possibly reflecting little export business. Oats held steady in sympathy with corn despite news Canadian oats were be- ng shipped to Buffalo. Estimated carlot grain receipts at Chicago—wheat 8, corn 105, oats .1, barley 16, soybeans 33. CHICAGO If— Cash wheat none. Corn No. 2 yellow 1.60V 8 -%; No. 3 yellow 1.57',ii-59; No. 4 yellow 1.58; Vo. 5 yellow 1.54 %-57; sample grade yellow 1.39-56. Oats, No. 3 xtra heavy white 80&-81V6. Barey ncTminal: malting 1.35-81; feed .25-45. High Low Close Prev.close McCarthy Says More Ships to Join Embargo WASHINGTON ^f»-Scn. McCarthy (fl-Wis) announced today that operators have pledged to keep 53 more ('Jrerk-owned ships out of trade wilh Communists In the orient nnd l>chinrl the Iron Curtain. In H prepared statement. McCarthy said the pledge IB similar o an earlier one. covering 242 ireek ships, which stirred up a •onlroversy. Like the first, McCarthy said, he now agreement calls for the iwners and agents to "abstain rom onKntfiiiK these ships In trade vith Red China, the Soviet con- rolled ports of the Knr East, or Soviet tntrn-bloc trade anywhere In he world." The agreements leave all 295 hips free, however, to carry cargoes from the Western Allies to Communist ports in Europe. When he announred the first greemenl March 28, McCarthy aid it was "negotiated" by his nvestigatlons subcommittee staff, n the subsequent dispute, Mutual er-urlty Director Harold K. Stas- en accused McCarthy of hamper- ng efforts to curb East-West trade, ccrelary of State Dulles said such ctions In the future. This time, McCarthy said, Dules was told of the pledge before t was announced. he Claim Date in th« tttgtt of Joint) j. Davenport. Otetmet. pending in tw Probate Court of Madison county, Illinois, and that claim* may W fllta gainst the said Mime on or fteforj aid date with issuance of lummoni. Dated tnli 87th day of Marrt. 1983, ADJ5LE DAVEWORf, Wheat 2.18 2.19-19% 2.21%-22 2.262.25^ 2.25V4 2.25*4 2.31% 2.30% 2.31^ 2.31% 2.35% 2.35 2.35V* 2.35V*-% Deo Oats' Vlay ly Sep Doc Rye May Jiy Sep Dec .75% .74 .74% .77% .74% .73 .73% .76% .75 .74%-% .73% .73% .74% .73% .77% .76% 1.66 1.64 1.64H 1.65 1.69V4 1.67% 1.68 1.68W, 1.72% 1-71 1.72 1.72 1.76% 1.75% 1.75% 1.76 Soybeans May 3.07% 3.05 7 /s 3.06',i 3.06%-% Jly Sep Nov Jan 3.03% 3.02 3.02U 3.03-02% 2.84 ' s '-'.82 : M '-2-^"i 2.84%2.75 2.73V4 2.73% 2.75 2.77% 2.76 l /i 2.77% Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS /P — Produce and live poultry unchanged. Mechanic Who Cut Off Own Arm Recovering HATTIESBURG, Miss. fl' — 26-year-old mechanic who ampu tated his left arm with a penknife loft the hospital in good spirits and said he plans to rest a while before attending Mississippi South crn College. Carl Creel, recently dischargee from the Army, cut off his arm between the wrist and elbow to free himself from the wreckage o his automobile. The car had over turned and he was afraid that i would catch fire. The car did no burn. William Wilson Rites To B<' Conducted Monday The body of William (Bill) Wll son, 30, an electrician, who was accidentally electrocuted last Wed iH-sday at Buckeye, Ariz., will ar rive in Alton Monday and will hi taken to Streeper funeral home fo; Eldredee's bodv services at 7 p. m. Monday. w B - * The fiov. Curtis Martin. i>nsto of Calvary Baptist Church, wil officiate at the rites, and member of the Odd Fellows lodge also wll conduct memorial services. Tlu- body will then be sent t Jackson, Tenn., for services, prob ably Wednesday. Burial will be in Maple Spring Baptist Church Jackson. Wilson was the son of Mrs. Rob ert Goode of, 1725'» Feldwisch Ave. WOOD RIVER 529 STH ST. — Choice location, 7 rooms, 5 rooms and bath 4own and 2 rooms and bath up, rented for $50 per month. Full basement, HWF, wall to wall carpeting in living room and dining room, Venetian blinds, fireplace, insulated, screened Dorch, 6 closets, stoker heat, storm windows and screens. tact* hick yard with $4 A pit. Oarage I Cl BORRIS REALTY CO. IOXANA OFFICE 4-7726 IULTOI 4-%41 43739 April Weather Continues Cold, Wet, Unwelcome By The Associated Press Mid-April's cold and wet weather ontinued its unwelcome stay over ne Midwest and Rocky Mountain reas today. Another spring snow- torm appeared on the way for everal sections. Snow fell early today In parts of Vyomlng, Colorado, Montana, the Dakotas and Nebraska and headed or the Midwest. The weather bu- eau In Kansas City Issued a spe- ial warning for heavy snow in Northwest Kansas and Western Nebraska—with an accumulation f from three to six inches. Snow also was in prospect for arts of Iowa, Minnesota and Wis- onsin. Temperatures dropped to near ero In North Dakota early today >vith a reading of 8 above at llnot. Readings generally were elow 20 degrees in the Far Northern Plains states and the lorthern sections of the Upper Mississippi Valley. Dust clouds whipped up by trong winds Thursday in the Eastern Dakotas and Western *and Cen- ral Minnesota extended into Southeastern Minnesota and Southwestern Wisconsin today. Visibility was cut to less than three miles n some places. Globe Trotters End Tour, Played to 307,491 BOSTON fl»-The Harlem Globe Trotters and College All Stars, vho closed their cross - country basketball lour before a capacity 13,909 throng in Boston Garden Thursday night—have smashed by nore than 91,009 the previous rec onl attendance for this annual ries. A total of 307,491 watched the 21-game series in which the Trotters Avon 14 and lost seven. They had to come from behind last night to whip the Collegians 87-83. LKQAL NOTICE IN THE CITY COURT OF ALTON. MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS ALFRKD P. ZIPPHICH and » EILEEN ZIPPRICH, ) Plaintiffs,) vs. • 1 WILLIAM W. PARKER, PAULINE PARKER, MAUDE JONES, ALTON GERMANIA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, and Illinois corporation, mid ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT CORPORATION, Defendants. ) LAW NO. 21B2 NOTICE The requisite Affidavit for Publics tion having been filed, notice Is hereby given you, WILLIAM W. PARKER and PAULINE PARKER, defendants in the above entitled suit, that the said sul has been commenced in the City Court of Alton, Madison County, Illinois, by thr stiicl plaintiffs against you nnd other defendants, praying for division and partition of the premises described a> followu, to-wil: A cerium tiuct of land situutcd in the Northeast Quarter of Sec- lion 2 Township A North Range 10 West of the Third Principal Meridian. Madison County, Illinois, more particularly described as follows: Beginlnng at a point on Delmar Avenue 59 (ect East of the Northwest corner of a tract of land conveyed by Charles H. Wolf to Henry C. Covey and wife by Warranty Deed dated August 8, 1022, and recorded in Book 497, Page 3» of the Recorder's Office of Madison County. Illinois; thence South at right angles a distance of 191 feet and 2 inches to a point; thence Southeast along the Southwesterly line of said tract conveyed by Charles 11. Wolf and wife to Henry E. Covey and wife to a point directly South of a point in Delmar Avenue, 55 feet East of the place of beginning; thence North on a direct line to said point on the South line of Delmar Avenue: thence We»t on Delmar Avenue 55 feet to the place of beginning, situate in the City of Alton. County of Madison and State of Illinois; and for other relief; that summons was duly issued out of the taid Court again* you as provided by law. and that the taid suit Is still pending- NOW, THEREFORE, unless you Wll. LIAM W PABKER and PAULINE PARKER, the two defendant*, file >uin answer to the Complaint in the said »ult or otherwise make your «ppeur mice therein, in the said City, Court of Alton, Madi&on County, Illinois, on or before the 3rd Monday in the month of May, 1B33. being Uie 18th day of May. 1953. default may be entered against >ou at any lime alter that diiy and a decree entered in accordance with the prayer of stud Complaint. AttWt: Administratrix. DALE HILT, Probate Clerk. OEOROE M, BERRY, Attorney. April 3, 10. IT. IN THE CfTY COURT Of ALTON, MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS ROS1E HOPKINS, VI. Plaintiff, VR| RICHARD HOPKINS, el •!, Defendant!. COMPLAINT FOR PARTITION IN CHANCERY NO. «S18 Notice la hereby given that by virtue fa Decree of the City Court of Alton, Madlion County, llllnotn, entered the th day ol March, A. D. IS53, In the above entitled Cause, the undersigned Manter in Chancery of said Court will ell at public auction to the highest nnd best bidder, at the premises, IOOR Market Street, Alton, Illinois, on MONDAY, APRIL SO, A. D. 1053 at the hour or ten ilOi o'clock m the orenoon, the following described real •stale, to-wlt: U)(R Eleven (111 and Twrlve <12i In Hlork Fifty-seven (371 in Godfrey & Oilman's Addition to Alton us shown on the Plat thereof, recorded In the Recorder's Office of Madlfton County. Illinois, In Plat Book 4 Paga 41 nnd subucquently transcribed to Pint Hook 10 Page 62; Situate In tho City of Alton, County of Mndlson and State of Illinois. TERMS OF SALE: One-third C.ii In ash on day of sale, and the balance within fifteen (13) days thereafter Sale to be made subject to taxes for he years 1932, 1033, and subsequent ears. Upon compliance with the terms of ale and upon confirmation of Master's Report of sale by the Court, a deed or deeds will be executed by the undcr- ilgned in conformity with the Decree. Dnted this 1st day of April, A. O. 063. PAUL D. DAVEY. Master in Chancery of the City Court of Alton, Madison County, Illinois. April 3. 10, IT. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice la hereby given to all persons hat the first Mondny in June, 1993, ls he Claim Date In the estate of James '. Hill, Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against he said estate On or before said date without issuance of summons. Doted his 7th day of April, 10,13. HALLIE L. MOUSER, Administratrix. Attest: DALE HILT, Probate Clerk. -RV1NG WISEMAN (CHARLES H. JUNOELS) Attornies. April 16, 23,30 ANNOUNCEMENTS IN MEMOBIAM :N MEMORY—Of our mother, Mrs. Sarah McKlnney, who departed this life years ago April 17, 1951: She wa* a precious mother With a heart so true. Scattering rays of sunshine Tis God alone who know* the heartaches, TIs God alone who sees the tears As they fall in sweet remembrance For the one we loved 10 dear. We try not to be lonely, And try to wear a smile, But there are such longing heartaches That we suffer all the while. Deeply missed by her Children and Grandchildren, And all who loved "her. IN MEMORY—Of Sarah McKinney, who passed away 3 year* ago today: We never knew that hearts could ache With such a bitter pain. Looking for a vanished face, To hear her voice again. We never knew that night* could be So lonely, cold and dim, But oh, we learned so many thing* Because of losing her. But some day we know wa shall meet her, Where we'll all be together again. We're trying our best to live righteously. And ,walk with, our Saviour each day. And come day we hope to reach Heaven, Together we'll be there to stay. Surrounded by friend* wa are lonesome, In the midst of our joy* we are blue; With a smile on our facea we have a ... heartache, Longing dear mother for you. Sadly missed by the Children and Grandchildren. IN MEMORY—Of my sister, Inez Fulks. who died April 20. 1948: 1 have many precious memories Of a loved one gone before: I will meet you in the morning Where we'll never part any more. N. Belle Finch. PBRBUNALR YES, MY DEAR—It's water clear. The Glaxo plastic type coating last* months, end* waxing. Buck's Painl Store. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Give* help to problem drinkers. Dial a-7228, or write P. O. Box 197. WE SPECIALIZE IN OBTAINING BIRTH CERTIFICATES 80S East Broadway. Phone 3-6321 8 RUMMAGE AND PASTRY SALE RUMMAGE SALE—At 317 Belle, 9 m.. Saturday, by Daughter* of Union Veterans. MISCELLANEOUS RUMMAGE SALE— Given by St. Elizabeth'* Guild, St Paul's Church, 3rd and Market, Friday 8 p. m. RUMMAGE SALE—Given by Ladles Aid Society of First Presbyterian Church Friday evening, 7 p. m., church basement. SOCIETIES — LODGES I) __ WOOD R!VER~POST^Nor2859. V. F. W Regular meetings First and Third Mon days of the month. All members urgec to attend. Visiting cumrads alway welcome. LLOYD F. DILDINE, Cmdr WOOD RIVER LODGE—No. 1063 FUN ERAL Brethren requested to assemble at Gent'* funeral home, Alton, Sunday afternoon, 1:45 o'clock to conduct las rites for Brother Rector H. Reynolds C. H. Corzine. W. M. NOTICE — All Standard Annuitants Meet, at Gent's funeral home, Sunday 1:30 p. m. lor Mr. Rex Reynolds funera _ _ LOST—Truck license No. B-33488 rear between Jeneyvtlle and Alton. Phon Bethalto 8814. FOUND. 3 CALVES—Owner must iden tlfv and claim within 3 day*. Phon 3-7433 between 5:18 and 8:30 pro .__ STRAYED—Black cocker spaniel An swers to name "Bullet." If found notify Luther T. Simmon*, 1910 Grow St., o call 8-4183. FOUND—Girl'* bicycle. Owner mus identify and pay for ad. Call 45119 after 3ji>. m. II NOTICCH INGREDIENTS PUBE-Make Fina Kuan ture the tops for cleaning rugs and upholstery. Buck's Paint Store. MINNOWS • WORMS • GOLD FISH DOWNTOWN PHILLIPS 408 Bell* Street. Phone 3-9607 4 A. M - 10 i> M. DAILY Open Sundays OABDEN PLOW'ING-And yard work It driveway work. Smoothing over fill dirt.. 3-3780. MINNOWS Worms end tackle. We give Eagle Stamps. JUn Baiter Service Station, 3rd and Bdwanjeville Boad, Wood Biver. •tnftfti I mtBMAlUNQ"sfAfl0MV(l GOOD RELIABLE MAW — For fOUW salesman; MM to h» (ptttltiM to work up to mwiifir. Outid* work with food working conditions.. Chance, for advancement, lira itartmt rate. Muit tiv* Sand referencM. Apply In Mtton. Alton letm Towel 8*rv(c«. 917 C. BttWy, or ft working cill 3-8104 after 0 p. m. VANTED—i^omgorn to worn on farm. clone to Bert Alton. 1-WP8. WAriflb -~T£ab "dTlVers. Must M IS) years of age end chauffeur's license. Must belong to union or willing to jotn. Wood JMVfvjCa.b^jMMl. _ WANTIB — Tourntyman m«- chanic, steady work. Apply Ray Motor Co.,^Vood Ritor. VXRffB^-Voting rirfln Setween a«« of 81-30. i Ex-Serviceman i to train for dftlry plant work. Dressel-Young Dairy Granite City, 111. A~FfEW6W"*~IVlNINB BELLHOPS -Wnntnd. Apply In person. Mineral Springs Hotel. JfTTZi NTs" "c"5XcTT~c6T^B*us drivers wanted. 80S Plasa, 0 a. m. to 4 p. m. MonBy through Friday. MATPDRBOY—Forllght cleaning work, mornings only: downtown store. Apply Towne Shop. Please do not phone. fil HELP WANTED—FRMAtt woman to take care of Invalid woman and do housework, Stny. '3-7476. ~ ...... TELEPHONE SURVEY love openings for confidential telephone survey work, In your own home. Must have private line and devote at least 4 hours per day. Previous experience desired but not necessary. Write full detnlls to Box 510, car^jTelegrnptv __ ^NfE^~-"Mld^Ienl[ed r Taa>"to"cHre for children; no heavy work; stay on place. 5 P m _.. .. ________ WANTED— Experienced waitress. Apply Norslde Sweet Shop, 2804 State. Phone 3-9798. ________ W5MAN WANTED- For housecleanlng. Apply 239 South Central. Wood River, Illinois. OPERATORS HEMMER — BUTTON HOLES Must have factory epxerlence In garment Industry. Steady work. ELM GARMENT MFG. CO. 88 E. Elm, Alton. WANTED—Experienced secretary. Write stating age and experience to Box 1100, care Telegraph. LICENSED BEAUTICIAN—Or apprent- Ice, 3-day week for shampooing. Apply In person. Powder Puff Beauty Salon, 302 East Broadway. TYPISTS Experienced typing invoices. Permanent. Advancement. No Saturdays. $48 per week starting salary. (Downtown St. Louis firm, i Box 1200, care Telegraph. WANTED—Lady to stay on place, more for company than work. Dial 3-3789. OPENING FOR STENOGRAPHER — In law office; state experience, background and desired salary. Box 1160, care Telegraph. WANTED—Experienced genera 1 office girl, efficient typist, light dictation; nice personality; 8 day week. Downtown. Starting salary $300. Opportunity for advancement. Apply Greater Alton Employment Service, 308 West Third.. CAFETERIA WORKER—For part time. 3-9653 after 4 p. m. CAN YOU SEW?—Snyder'* need an alteration lady. See Bert Wuellner at Snyder'* Store. EXPERIENCED WOOL PRESSER—National Cleaners, East Alton. BOOKKEEPER - TYPIST Office located in Wood River. 3Vi-day 44-hour per week. Salary $200 - $223 per month depending on experience and ability. All replies strictly confidential. Write Box 1150, care Telegraph. SECRETARIES—Several attractive positions In local manufacturing concern; light or heavy dictation. S-day week. Experience desired. Salary $200 and up, commensurate with ability and experience. Write Box 1140, care Telegraph. PRACTICAL NURSE WANTED—Write Calhoiin Nursing Home. Wm. Pros- kauer, Hardln, Illinois. ID HELP WTD.—MALE * FEMALE ATTENTION COMMISSION SALESPEOPLE MEN OB WOMEN One of the bir five ho»pitallzation firms ha* Just inaugurated a monthly bonus •ystem that i* beyond comparison, in addition to regular above-average point of sales commission. We can, absolutely prove earnings in excess of $150 per week regularly earned by our men in the past and now a minimum of $250 per month additional due to this new set-up. There are no utrings to thi», fellows- let us explain to you why we think this Is the finest opportunity for you In the selling field. We are not Interested in inexperienced men, with no selling background. Apply 3-8 Monday, April 20, see Mr, VanWormer, Stratford Hotel. Alton, 111 MAKE $20.00 DAILY—SELL LUMINOUS NAME PLATES. WRITE REEVES CO.. ATTLEBORO, MASS. FREE SAMPLES AND DETAILS. *0 SALESMEN SALESMEN WANTED—Leader In business farms industry desires additional salesmen for Alton, 111., area. Sale* experience not essential but helpful. Also accounting background helpful. All replies confidential. Box 340, care Telegraph. NEED 3 SALESMEN FOR NEW BRANCH OFFICE Our business U one that provides our men with a definite future. Selling our products Involve* practically no breaklng-ln period and a minimum of detail. S sales per week will average from $300 to $400 commissions. This Is not exaggerated and can be proven Even with our newest men. 30% o our sales are made on the basis of no down payment. Dial 4-1111 (or appoint ment. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY — For ex perienced auto salesman with one o: popular make car dealers. Good work ing conditions. Excellent opportunity tor right man. Write Box 300, care Telegraph giving past experience. FURNITURE SALESMAN EXPERIENCED FURNITURE—Floor salesman, furnltur. and appliances. Liberal drawing ac count Top earnings guaranteed. STANDARD HOME FURNISHERS 3()Q East Broadway, Alton. 111. 33 SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE WILL CLEAN OFF LOTS—Rake leaves haul brush. 4-8437. HUSINEB8 OPPORTUNITIES FOli SALE—Lack of help forces me to offer for sale my 4-room modern home small grocery, service station and workshop, located on highway In fast growing neighborhood. 3 acres o ground, pond, other outbuildings. Nea school and church. Write Box 330, care Telegraph WE ARE LOOKING - For middle-aged man who is dependable, willing to work and who la looking for a per manent position with an old reliabl< firm handling nationally advertised products. Future secured with profit sharing plan. Croup life insurance and hospltallzatlon. Want outdoor man who likes to meet and sell the retail trade Large commission with extra bonu commission on specialty Items. No ex perience necessary as we train you Local territory available. Box 980, care Telegraph. SERVICE STATIQN-For lease iri Ed wardsville. 111. Only necessary to buy stock and equipment Low rental. Do ing nice gallonage. Ph. Sterling 8311 Mr. Brown. • T BOhCHEKT. Clerk. GEORGE M BEBHV. Attorney for Plaintiffs, 612 East Third Street. Alton, Illinois. _ April 19. IT. 2« NOTICE OF Cl- AT&T DATE Notice is hereby given to all person* th»t Ui« fjrft Monday la STATE LICINSf AND NOTAIY SHVICI CHARLIE CLARK. COS E. BOWY CUT GLASS WANTED—Antiques, i chinaware, flaw ware, furniture. '•?!«!•• Iron toy». 8-3376. G ARPEN PLOWING—»: VAT10NAL LQCKSMITH-Mtrt Hank* Key* m»Je for Leek*. Mile Opening* gew S»uS 71» jB«-Ui 3L°A1L ___ — - tU " '•"' IUJBTgDPTUm* GUITAR LESSONS — Lewn to play America/* tevorite fott iawtromeat. Le**on4 $130. InirrmfiBt rented with lull credit •pplylng toward purchaat. YES HA SIC CO. WOOD BIVEB BEAUTY SALON—ro sale. Excellent business, a rooms avail able at rear of shop. Call 4-8977 or 3-8073 J-OB SALE or BENT—Newly redecorate* modern tavern in South Standard near Carilnvllle' Apartment attached. Phone WILL ESTABLISHED* GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET S*lf-**rvlce market tu excellent loca tion, doing $100,000 volume business, per year. Modern fixture*, equipment Owner retiring. For further Information write Box 1089! care Telegraph. TAVERN FOB SALE- Nice buy. Apply W B. Schmoeller. Phoae 3-8713. TAVEBN FOB SALE—Stock and fix tures. For information to location write Box 1170. care Telegraph. CUSHMAN SCOOTEBS—And light truck franchise available ifluuedlately in Al ton. Small investment required. Writ* Cushman Motor Work*. Qaeoln. tlel). BUSINESS SERVICE COVEBK) B toauolss, 24-bour *«rvi». m< Supply Co.. U W {.Atrmmnm fttwt'i FLAGSTONE BuILUJW M BTUIW—gno driveway reek. OttiLlrtwATlB. Dill 3-8308, RED & WHITE SANITARY SERVICE Ceiinooii, Septic Tank* and outaide Vaults, cleaned, day or night. Call Wood Hlver 4-8088 or 4.3468. TRIE SERVICE Have your trees trimmed now. Free estimate. We devote our full time to tree nervlee. Phone 3-4840 or 4-3970. M. C. LOVE, Tree Service ngOTTlRTrTC Spouting, metal chimney cover*, free e«tlmate». White-* Tin shop. 8-1434. WftfFltl, CWflff Night Work - . .. .1 furnished room* Motor Oo M hit room BM,, fiftt floor, 3-5783, 7S B. tOBKWA AVB, WOOD RtVftR Phone 4*lftfffl •eissrwr and Septic Tank* pumped and repaired. Dial 4-32M or 9-4196. LAYING Chimneys tuck-pointed. $10 up. Concrete work of all kind*, yard work. Ola) 4-7989 after 8 p.m. CARPENTRY REPAIRS— Bwck laying, electrical work, sewer repair*, concrete work. Dial 4-BOB1. WlLG~CUT TREES haul away. 4-0437. _ — Top tree*, S^PTTC~TAT?KS And" "pooli pumped and cleaned. Also repairs Mont reasonable rate* Call 4-32.M of 2-4105. REFRIGERATION SERVICE 317 GERSON STREET Dial 3-3848 WE TUCKPOINT — And rebuild chimney*. Also build and repair ceu pool* and aeptlc tank*. 3-4198. ^^ TREE SPECIALIST Trim Tops, Take Down & Haul Away. Insured. Free Estimate*, ED KRAUT Phone 4-6343. SB BUILDING CONTRACTORS GENERAL CONTRACTtNO — Brick, block or rock laying. Tuckpointing, plastering and cement finishing. Phone 2-8498. M. M. Workman, contractor. MASONRY CONTRACTING- — Brick, block, tuck pointing and rock laying. Plaster patching. E. L. Henderson, 3-0434. CONTRACT CEMENT WORK — Of all kinds. Union work. Free estimates. Lynn Wood, 3803 Franor. Phone 3-9393 — 3-8181. GENERAL CONTRACTING. — Brick, block or rock laying. Tuckpointing, plastering and cement finishing. Phone 2-6496. M. M. Workman, contractor. CARPENTER WORK WANTED—Cabinet work a specialty. Phone 4-3893. CEMENT WORK See u* for modern idea* in Concrete Ornamental Rock & Cement Work*. Inc. Roy Wood, Mgr. Dial 3-5774. Bethalto, 4638 DECORATING INTERIOR it EXTERIOR FAINTING— Property and workmen Insured. Union work. Free estimate. Bethalto Painting & Decorating. Bethalto, Phone 3431. INTERIOR and EXTERIOR PAINTING and decorating. 3-3141 — 3-0871. INTERIOR * EXTERIOR PAINTING— Paper hanging. 4-8030. INTERIOR - EXTERIOR DECORATING —Plastering, patch plastering, removing wallpaper. Free estimates. Dial 8-8884 tt RADIO * T. V RKPAIRINO METDORA AREA RESIDENTS For quick, efficient' television service, call 23, Greenfield, 111. Due to new road, our men can offer you 34-hour service. Guaranteed work on all standard makes. WILTON RADIO and TELEVISION SALES and SERVICE Phone 23. Greenfield. Illinois ACOCKS & WILKINSON Radio and Television Service 127 W. Bth, Roxana We convert to U. H. F. Open 9 to 9, except Saturday, 9 to S 4-2914 UHF CONVERTERS—For Admiral, Zenith, Westinghouse. Channel 34, installed $13.93. Wllcox Radio and Television 2813 State, Alton. Dial 3-7443. FOSTERADIO-TV—SERVICE 2-0442 Robert L. Foster—North Alby Road Conscientious Courteous Reliable RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE SQUARE DEAL SHOP 720 E. BROADWAY - 3-9411 SEVEN MEN TO SERVE YOU ROBERSON RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE 2011 State, Alton. Phone 3-4313 GUARANTEED SERVICE RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE—We make night calls. Work guaranteed Ebbler Electric, 2313 State. Ph. 3-7888. 8TOHAUB — MOVING FOR QUICK MOVING Phone 3-7830 3-8340 3-7404 PRES BELCHER MOVERS AGENTS FOB VON-DER-AHE Van LINES ANYWHERE IN 48 STATES Also quick moving of stoves, refrigerators, pianos, trunks, boxes, or what have you? Also storage McCOY TRANSFER CO. FREIGHT CALL 3-7791 FOR THE ANSWER TO YOUR TRUCKING PROBLEMS H. A. NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE ACROSS THK STREET OR ACROSS THE CONTINENT LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE 1638 Washington Ave Dial 3-2688 SLEEPING ROOMS 41 LARGE SLEEPING ROOM-^lose to bus for one or two ladies. 2-4378. SLEEPING ROOM—For rent, close to downtown. Telephone privilege*. Gen tleman. 408 Eastern, MODERN SLEEPING ROOM — Private entrance. 1634 Jersey. 2-9B39. ONE SLEEPING ROOM—For gentleman 9_l7_AJl_onJSt. Phone 3-4979. SLEEPING ROOM—For gentlemen. Pri vate front entrance. 601 First St. Wood River. SLEEPING ROOM—In refined home 2-8227. 1700 State. EAST ALTON — Clean, comfortable sleeping room, adjoining bath; con tin uous hot water, private entrance. Quie home near bus and restaurants. 4-6088 FOR GENTLEMAN—Gas heat, automat ic hot water. 9-3791. SINGLE SLEEPING ROOM—Outside en _trance. Phone 3-5780 after 8:30. SLEEPING ROOM—With kitchen privi leges. Vj block from bus. Phone priv lieges. Lady. 3-8189. BOOM * BOARD ROOM * BOABD^-For two ladle*. Pri vate home, on bus. 2-3803 after 8:30. OLD AGE COUPLE—Or pensioners. Pri vate home. JVJ077. «a HOl'SKKEKPINO BOOMS ONE FURNISHED ROOM—Heat, lights water,_jiaji U26 Ea»t 4th St. 3-3868. ONSTUGHT HOUSEKEEPIr Lights and water. 3-8848. ROOM— 45 APARTMENT*. * FIAT* APABTMENT FOB RENT - 3 BOOMS HEAT AND WATBB FUBNISHXD, FLOOR. IDEAL FOB ELDER! COUPLE. DIAL 3-3881 OB 3-0315. 3 UNFUBNISHIP BOOMS—itotb, UtU iti*« furnished, phone t-aati 3 ft 3 BOOM—Unfurnished .._ Available Hay 1ft. Inquire _, Apt. No. 7, Acton ApU, 37 Ktft Wood Biver. . BOOM—Unfurnished flat, all nwdero- AOUlU only. 3-2587. 3 BOOMS—All modern. Cu hMt. l*r* ratlwkeiler. 711 Central 1«HW«N» • aju 8 p. ». 3"BOOMS FOB 2 UNFURNISHED BOOMS— Wired tot electric stove. Lights, wut W»ter |ur nished. AdulU only. 3-8158 3 BOOM MODES*/ APT.—With bath large closet* and janitor service • •»* wp %.«ww«K»^ ^•PUP f^rrm-^irw —»— • Schwartz buiiduu. Apply Scbwart* pltaace Co.. Edwtrd*vilij, lUiaoq. . RoojOF-raT rei*. Pri vate entrance «nd batn. UfjUi «B4 ROOMS—And HI »«lt. PMVitt Bft- tranct. upitairs. NO. oWeefioji to 1 baby. Calf after 8. 684 Wait it. toulf Ave.. Bast Alton. ROOM MODERN APT. Bath, haat, Hints, hot water. Phont 3-3488. ._ JEWLY DBCbRAfliD —8 fOOBl ml. Private antranea and bath. Adults only. 3-3718. -,. .— Pflvitt entrance and bath. 180 W. flth. Roxana ROOM APT,—privata entrance. BOUII8 FOR BINT ONE BOOM — Furnlihid hojwt. T»Hvate bath. Inqblra 138 a. Main. Wood River SMALL—3-room modern, houie back lot; no children. 314 Oouldlnf, Bast Alton. . ROOM FURNISHED MOUSE — Lane rooms, lights, water, furnUhed, 844 Lorena, wood River. 'OR SAlE—4H-room modern home and garage on contract, pay aa rent. Apply I2f» E. Msin St.. gast Alton. FtlRNISHEO HOUSBS VJEWLY DECORATED—a-room furnished house. 4-1284. ROOM FURNlsriEb ttdu'SB-Jn East Alton, close In, Adults. 3-3737. j I ROOMS—Modern, furnished, 1180. 4-.1007 after 3:30 p. m. id BUSINESS PLACES OFFiCE SPA<!« iTbR RKNf-488 to $30 per month. 123 -127 W. Third St Ph. DEImar 8767. i OFFICE AND DESK ROOM COMBINATION—Office and warehouse space. Milton road. Large parking area. Clyde Bellsmlth, P. O. Box 71, Alton. Phone Portage Des Sioux. Mo., 0377. OFFICE—In Faulstlch Building; newly decorated. Call 2-2812 or see Mr. IHer- itine at Vlck's Shoe Store, ail Plasa. WANTED TO REJft WOULD LIKE TO RENT—3 or 4 room house by end of April. 807 Anderson. 2-6152. COUPLE—Wants 3 unfurnished rooms with private facilities. Dial 2-6068. WOULD LIKE TO RENT—3 or 4 room house by end of April. 807 Anderson. 2-8152. WANTED—By couple with school-age child, apt. or house in or near Rosewood Heights. Phone 4-9089. ENGINEER — Wants 2 or 3-bedroom house; two children. References. Phone 3-9165. CHEMIST—Recently employed by Olln Industries, desires 6 or 7 room house Can furnish references. Call 4-3711, extension 699. ELECTRICAL ENGINEER—Long time resident this area, seeks 2-bedroom house or apartment for family. Phone 4-3992. COUPLE—Want 3-4 room unfurnlshec house or apartment. Will give references. 2-4268. LOCAL PASTOR — Desires to rent 8- room modern house in Alton. Call 2-1727. WANTED TO RENT—Or buy. nous* to good location. Reasonable. 2-3248. BUSINESS PROPERTY GENERAL STOBE AND HOME FOR SALE Well established profitable business In good country town.' Health requires owner to sell. New clean stock, ample fixtures. Self-service grocery section Two story 32x30 store building, 30x30 stock rooms attached. Owner's apartment second floor. Modern plumbing $13,000 stock and fixtures. $12,000 building. Will price at discount and consider trade on other residence property. Further information write or call on owner, F. C. Meyer, Dorchester Illinois. FARMS * LAND FARMS 160 ACRES, all good black, tillable soil good buildings, on all weather road This is a farm that you can afford to pay a high price per acre because it will give you high returns. Comand see It, then figure for yourself. 152 ACRES, about 100 acres tillable most of it good level upland anc 1 yielding good crops. Buildings bette: than average; located about one mill from town $18,50C 62 ACRES, about 25 acres tillable on all weather road, 3-room house, elec tricity, barn, garage, chicken hems and good brooder house $6,OOC 180 ACRES, very good buildings, nea tc\vn, worth the money. Call for more information or come and see. 23 ACRES, edge of town, large two story modern house, barn and small fruit. Wonderful home tor a family * S10.BOC 80 ACRES—Well Improved. Located in Greene County near town • S14.20C HOUSES WITH SMALL ACREAGE 6 ACRES with all modern S-room house basement, barn, chicken house, smal fruit, excellent black soil, located edg of town $6,85 2'/3 ACRES edge of town, S-room hous and basement. Only $3,30 ABOUT 3 ACRES and 3-room house henhouse, and other outbuildings. $2,70 7-ROOM all modern, basement, garag and about one acre of ground. Has hac a $5,000 G.I. loan. A good buy at $6,00 ALMOST NEW 3-room house .. $3,00 S ROOMS and bath, Includes large llvln room with wall to wall carpet anc fireplace, basement, with oil heat located one block from center o town. Small down payment with ex cellent loan of $60,00 per month a 5';, interest to right party .. $11,23 RIGG REAL ESTATE AGENCY Bunker Hill, 111. R. E. Rigg Chas. M. Ruyle Phone 215 Phone 126 n fAtOU ALAND FOR SAL« OR TRAM 44 V4 tern, 1H mltei North B«tnaHo, ra good oil road, 9 acrw paiturt, balance- In cultivation. Part bottom, B room modern home. Oood bam, other out tultdinjt. New fencing. Ideal tot Industrial worker or retiring couple, Win consider trading tor town rail- denco, JOHN BKB1OAN flBALTOft 4-8614. After 6 P. M. 8-4878 900 W. Main LOTS FOR SALE LARdi XOTS—SIBBO, 9880, (480. to schools and bui. Terms. RTXHL AGENCY 2-7783 3-8777 9-3039 ClOM LOTS FOR SALE—On Northilde Drive, 1 block west of State 8t 8-0888. WIU linm G. Wlckenhauier. JOB'S HILL—Large lot—70 x 140—sewers—water—gas—for brick home—4)138 down—$18 monthly—price $1880, FRANK YODER, REALTOR 4-9113 or 4-4837 ..OT FOR SALE—60x116, in North Altoft district, near schools and transportation. Price $600. Clyde Bellsmitn, Alton P. O. Box 71. Phone Portage Dei Sioux, Mo., 9377. HOUSES FOR SALE FOSTERBURG—49 acres. Good 4 room house, outbuildings and soil. Alton school bus and telephone district. Priced with part crops $10,800 HARRY DREW AGENCY 2-0412 2-1206 80 ACRES NEAR WOODBURN — Improved with four room house. Two good large barns. About 45 acrei for cultivation. Balance in pasture and timber. Easy terms as low as $2,000 down. Price $10,000 NORTH OF FIELDON — In Richwood Township. 41-acre improved farm. 16 acres tillable, balance In timber and pasture. Five room farm house. Elec. tricity .some fruit. Price $4780 NORTH OF BRIGHTON—Fidelity Township. 187 acres. About 30 acres tillable. 18 acres in bottom land, some HW timber. 3 room house wired for electric. Price . •. 10880 WE HAVE OTHER FARMS >AND COUNTRY ESTATES AVAILABLE Call Our Office Alton Real Estate Exchangt 7161 4th St Offica 2-9797 40 ACRE FARM — 6 room modern house, plenty of outbuildings, city water available, 9 acres of wheat, 6 acres alfalfa, 7 acres of clover, 1 aero of asparagus. Located on Highway 111. Immediate peisffiion. Are you contemplating retiring from your business or job. This would bo ideal. Terms. Call Clarence H. Halo. M975. ELI M. CREER, REALTOR ALTON PROPERTY RESTRICTED AREA— Sanford Ave. «room modern home in A-l condition. Large floor plan, 3 bedrooms, HWF, cabinets and inlnlds In kitchen and bath, Venetian • blinds, 3 glassed-in porches, full basement, oil heat, insulated, 2-car garage. See this before you buy. Price ................ 914,980 OLD JERSEYVILLE ROAD— Just out of city limits of North Alton. 4 room modern ranch style home with garage attached, 2 years old in A-l condition. Very large floor plan, large living room with fireplace, HWF, cabinets and in- lalds in kitchen and bath, Venetian blinds, full basement with gas heat. Large level lot, 70 x 338. Seen by appointment. Price ................ $13,600 UPPER ALTON — 11 room modern home, 6 rooms and bath on first floor, HWF, large floor plan, S rooms and bath on second floor, in A-l condition, good income property, large extra lot. 2 car garage, full basement, stoker steam heat. Call for information $18,800 JEFFERSON AVENUE— 5-roora modern in good condition, large floor plan, cabinets in kitchen, glassed-in porch, Insulated, storm windows, full basement, furnace heat. Price ...... $7800 MEDDLETOWN— 5-room modern home. Large living room, 3 bedroom*, full basement, oil steam heat. Price $8980 NINTH STREET— 4-room modern home. A-l condition. Newly decorated, Inlaid* in kitchen and bath, storm windows and door, basement with oil furnace. Price ..... ..... ................ $6890 NORTHMOOR DR. — 1 \acre of ground with a 2 '/i -room brick home. Lots of cabinets in kitchen, inlaid* in kitchen and bath. Price ................. $4790 MILTON AREA PROPERTY HORN STREET — 6-room modern home in A-l condition, HWF, cabinets and inlalds in kitchen and bath. Venetian blinds, storm sash, full basement with oil furnace. Price ........... . . $10,600 LEO STREET — In restricted area. 4 room modern in A-l condition with breezeway, garage, HWF, cabinets and inlalds in kitchen and bath; Venetian blinds, storm windows, full basement and gas heat; aluminum siding. Other features not advertised. Price. . .$11,300 WOOD RIVER AREA PROPERTY CENTRAL AVENUE — 8-room modern brick. S room* and bath on first floor, cabinets and tnlaids, Venetian blind*. Full basement, furnace heat, Insulated; also 3-room modern apartment on second floor with furniture; private entrance. 2-car garage. Price ..... $14,900 GEORGE STREET— Excellent location, 8-room modern home in A-l condition. Large living room with wall to wall carpeting. 3 large bedrooms, large closet space, cabinets and tnlaids in kitchen and bath, with tile floor coverings, Venetian blinds, screened-in front porch, full basement, stoker heat, storm . window* and screens, garage Price ............... ....... $9880 INCOME PROPERTY — 7th St. 3-apts. with baths and furniture; also 1 apt. without) furniture. Income of $24C month. Garage. Call for further information. Price ............... $15,70C NORTH WOODS AND ROSEWOODS HEIGHTS PROPERTY NORTHWOODS — 5-rootn ranch atyU modern with 2-car garage attached. Large living room, large kitchen witb snack bar. lots of cabinets, dining room, 2 large bedrooms, gas heat. Very large lot. Price .................... $13.980 WOODLAND AVENUE— Large 4-roon modern home. Knotty pine breezeway garage, large living room, fireplace, picture window and drapes, HWF, cabinets and .tnlaids in kitchen and bath. 2 bedrooms, large closet space, full basement, knotty pine play room, oil heat Large lot 90x200. Price . . . $13,600 FOREST HOMES 4 ROOM MODERN HOME— In A-l condition. 5 years old. HWF, cabinet* and Inlaids in kitchen and bath, Venetian blinds, aluminum storm window* and doors, full basement, coal furnace. electric water heater,. Extra lot. Price .................................. $7300 HARTFORD PROPERTY WATK1NS ST. — 4 -room modern homt in good condition. Large floor plan, 3 bedrooms, glassed-in front porch, full basement with qil heat Price ..$8380 COTTAGE HILLS PROPERTY HAVEN AVE.— 4 room home In good condition, 4 years old. Large floor plan, city water, large lot for garden •pace. Price ................... T.$410C We have 2 offices to give you Better Real Estate Service — For a quick sale of your Property Call ELI M. GREER- Realtor Milton Road Office - 2-9755 Upper Alton Office, 1703 Wash. ington - 3-7504 After 6 P.M. Call KENNETH CREER . 2-9884 DICK BEUTTEL .. 3-8130 TOM GIBSON .... 2-4258 FOB SALJ— 4>oora modem, ju*t out. •We city in Upper Alton. lrowecU«ts Owner leaving eity. phone 83 ACRIS. GRADE "A" DAISY BABK. LARGE IMPLEMENT SHED. LABGH ^ 83 ACBES. 8 BOOM HOUSE, FAIB OUTBUILDINGS ABOUT M ACBgS IN CUl/WVATION, S0a«r •-* ! * pl UT «W» WOBTHT- •"1. 'IMMEDIATE . NORTHEAST OF j'ACBIS WITH GOOD 3 BOOM HOUSE ANDBATH AND ENCLOSIP7POBClf CITY WATEB. J BLOCKS OUT OF CITY LIMITS mST VOW BUYS IT- C H AUTBN, BiALTOB 241S STATE ST. PHONE 3-8433 ^ EVENUiGS PUASE CALL TIP >aUC8 • • • <jj»W> »l*c- GTMIfl* h*ve pw» fam liUKk h CaU POMesj JERSEYVILLE 4 ROOM MODERN HOME— Full baa*. mrat, HWF, Venetian blind*, storm window*. Inquire 417 S. Pearl, Jerwy- , lit after 8:30 p. m. WOOD BIYEH— income ' property;" 4 ' irswe _ mAdern. rear of thru^'lnt. Ya/d'fenred In! Rental value tot both bou«M. »118. Owner leaySf town. laevM W Bu< Dial 131 South eventh NICE <. W.730 ca*h. __. under $9.000. ether IIOWN ST, 7 room dwelling. 3 room apart slwp. Can he rented. Beducad tew Call 101 WUTHIN 2-6335 or 3-3584 Ageaci T.yj.t .p,4 INSSf NIAI 5TATI STIjr dflwu- 4 foo» oMdsva hew- Ciil Wl WUTH 2-6335 01 3 3544

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