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SATUfcDAY, JtJNE 29, 1968 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGtB* Obituaries ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS I ANNOUNCEMENTS Barrilleair John Ban-Uleaux, 48,1502 Paris Drive, D'Adritn Gardens, died unexpectedly Thursday evening. He had «uffefed from a heart condition. A marine superintendant employed by the Wisconsin barge line, Mr. Barrilleaux was on a barge, near Quincy at the time of his d*wth. He was born in Port Naches, Tex., the «on of Mrs. EJtth Banrllleaux and the late Clay J. Barrilleaux. His marriage to the former Helen Marie took place May 3,1941, in Beaumont, Tex. He was a member of St. Ambrose Parish, the Propeller Club of St. Louis, and the Rivet-man's Assn. of Alton. His survivors include two sons, Morris and Charles of Alton; two daughters, Gwenellen of Alton and Mrs. Cathy Jones; two grandchildren; three sisters; and three brothers. • Visitation will be Sunday after 2 p.m in Gent Chapel. Monday, the body will be taken to the Carroll-Wallace Funeral Home in Beaumont, Tex. Services wil 1 be Tuesday at the Our Lady of Assumption Catholic Church with burial following in the Magnolia Cemetery in Beaumont. Roberts Paul "Smitty" Roberts, 1508 Oak St. Murphysboro, died at 1:10 a.m. Friday in Doctors Hospital, Carbondale. Mr. Roberts, a laborer, was bora March 27, 1915, in Eldorado. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts. His marriage to Anna Jones took place Dec 8, 1962 in Jerseyville. He attended the Assembly of God Church in Murphysboro and served with the Army during World War II. Prior to moving to Murphysboro three years ago he resided for 20 years in Wood River. Survivors, in addition to his widow, are two daughters, Paulette Roberts, California, Paula Roberts, Murphysboro: two sons, Byford of Godfrey, anct Ray of Bethalto, children by a previous marriage; four brothers. Pete and William of Alton, Jess of Eldorado, Buck of Evansville Ind.; and a sister, Mrs. Fern Neil of Chicago. There are two grandchildren. Visitation will be at. Marks Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Saturday, where services will be held on Monday at 1:30 p.m. Burial will be in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens. Messick Michael E. Messick, 87, 461 State Aid Road, Wood River, died Friday at 10:30 p.m. in Barnes Hospital following a month-long illness. Mr. Messick, a native of Austria, was born April 15, 1881. He settled in Clinton, Ind. He and his wife, the former Mary Kosutich, to whom he was married in 1907 in Chicago, moved to Wood River in 1917. He is survived by s e v e n daughters, Ann of Wood River, Mrs. Kathryn Rohour of Roxana, Mrs Mary Luckert of East St. Louis. Mrs. Evelyn Deucker of Rosewood Heights. Mrs. Emma Bums of San Leandro Calif., Mrs. Helen Kams of South Roxana, and Mrs. Clara Decker of Caseyville; two sons, John of Wood River and Michael Jr. of Alton; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. In addition to his wife, who died in September of last year, he was preceded in death by a sister and a brother. The is at Marks Funeral ALTON LYDIA E. GREIG Private Services Monday. Home where friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday. The Rosary will be at 4 p.m. The funeral will be held at 10 A.M. Monday in St. Bernard's Catholif Church in Wood River. Burial will be in Woodland Hill Cemetery. Huffstecller Funeral Mercer Mortuary in Granite City is in charge of the funeral arrangements for Rev. Frank Howard Hufstedler Jr., who drowned on June 15. Friends may call at the Mortuary on Sunday afternoon. The funeral will be Monday in Rev. Hufstedler's church, The Old Gospel Tabernacle Church, with the Rev. Ken Cotton officiating. Burial will be in St. James Cemetery Granite City. Born Sept. 14, 1922, he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hufstedler Sr.. Cottage Hills. His marriage to Norana Penrod took place in 1948 in Granite City. 11° was employed as mechanic f or General Auto pails Co., St. Louis. In addition to his widow, and parents he is survived by four sons anc! a daughter, all at home — Frank, August, Vernie. Johnnie, and Merine; eight sisters, Mrii. Marie Gohn of Hazelwood, Mo., Mrs. Thelma Little of Peace Valley Mo., Mrs. Nellie Riclgeway of Cottage Hills, MVS. Mary Jane Showalter and Mrs. Ruby Bridges, both of Wordcn, Mrs. Melvina Speck of Peorip, Mrs. Dorothy Mosley of M'irtin, Tenn., and Mrs. Geraldine Castro of Guam; two brothers. Jake of Henrietta, Tex., and Louis of Worden. In addition to his son, Robert, who was a victim of the same drowning accident, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Rachael. Sckauer Funeral A Con-Celebrated Mass was held at 9 a.m. Thursday at St. Patrick's Catholic Church for David Srhauer, who died Monday at St. Joseph's Hospital where he was taken after taking ill on flie Muny Golf Course. Father James Casey, Father John Sohm, and Father Thomas O'Connor, officiated at the Mass. Burial was in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Pallbearers were John Rodgers, F'oyd Reaves, Fred Brooks, Tom Schelle, Godfrey Goolsby, and Peter McFarland Jr. Skurnicki Funeral Dr. and Mrs. S. Pisarek, of Alton, has just returned from Chicago, where they attended funeral .services for Anthony Skurnicki brother of Mrs. Pisarek. Mr. Skurnicki, 59, died unexpectedly Sunday at Walter Memorial Hospital, Chicago. Beside Mrs. Pisarek, he is survived by his widow, Stephanie, and two children. A Solemn Requiem " H i g h Mass was sung at 10 a.m. Thursday al Five Holy Martyrs Chuix;h, Chicago, followed by burial in Resurrection Cemetery, near Chicago. Solomon Funeral The visitation for Sol Solomon, who died Thursday at Los Angeles, Calif., will be at 9 a.m. Sunday, at the Berger Funeral Home, 4715 McPherson Ave., St. Louis. Funernl services will be at 10 a.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Mr. Solomon was a former Upper Alton businesman. Officer Killed ANDALUSIA, Ala. (AP) 8 a Hamilton. 111., Marine Corps Reserve officer was killed Fri day in the crash of his T28 single-engine training plane. Navy officials identified the victim as 2nd LI. Robert C. Humphry 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Humphry. Legal 1 Legal — 29 — July 6 ASSUMED NAME PUBLICATION NOTICE Public Notice Is hereby given ihat on June 20th, 1968, a certificate was filed in the Office of the County Clerk of Madison County, Illinois, setting forth the names and post- ufflce addresses of all the persons owning, conducting and transacting the business known as PHIL'S SAV. MART SERVICE, located at 9500 collinsvllie Road, Colllnsvllle, Illinois. Dated A.D. 1968. this 22nd day of June, EULALIA HOT?, County Clerk Legal — July 1 Notice Is hereby given that an order dated June 25, 1968, has been issued by the undersigned authorizing the name of the gas screw "The Three Dutchmen" official No. 505606 owned by Alvah and Carol Breltweiser of which St. Louis, Missouri Is the home port, to be changed to-"Humm Purr". W. C. Behan, CDR, USCG By director. 2nd Coast Ouard Dist., St. Louis, Mo. LEGAL — 2634 — June 28-29-.luly 6 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Education of Roxana Community Unit School District No. I, Madison County, Illinois, at I he office of the Board in the Assembly-Cafeteria Onit of the Junior-Senior High school Units, Chaffer Avenue and Thomas Street, Roxana, Illinois until 7:30 p.m., Central Daylight July 15, Saving Time, 1SIG8 for New Monday, Roofs at South Uoxana Elementary School, between Michigan Avenue and Indiana Avenue; Central Elementary school, 13th St. and Esther Ave.; and Rosewoud Elementary School, West Rosedale and School St. Plans and specifications are on view at the office of the Board, and are on view and may be procured al tliu office of Wm. B. Ittner, Inc., Architects, Street, St. 317 North Eleventh Louis, Missouri 63101. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any technicalities therin. By Order of: BOARD OH EDUCATION ROXANA COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 Madison County, Illinois -egal — 2t) ORDINANCE NO. 3494 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE CITY TO LEASE A TRACT OF LAND LOCATED SOUTH OF EAST BROADWAY, BETWEEN OAK STREET AND CENTRAL AVENUE, TO ALTON TELEGRAPH PRINTING COMPANY WHEREAS, the City of Alton is he owner of the real estate here- nafter particularly described, which aid premises are not necessary, appropriate or required for any use of, profitable to, or for the best jether with other adjacent real es- ate, Is presently under written ease by the City of Alton to Alon Telegraph Printing Company and George McCoy, pursuant to Alon Ordinance No. 2314, which said written lease, by its term will ex pire on May 10, 1969; and, WHEREAS, the Alton Telegraph Tinting Company, a corporation licensed to transact business in the State of Illinois, with Its prlncl- >al office located in Alton, Illinois, desires to lease said real estate lerelnafter described, which is lo- ated South of East Broadway, be- ween Oak Street and Central Ave- iue, subject to all of the terms and onditions of said existing written ease which will expire on May 10, 969, which said real estate has never been developed or improved or City purposes, and said Alton Telegraph Printing Company has of- ered to lease said premises for a erm of twenty (20) years at an annual rental of Four Hundred Eighty Dollars ($480.00), payable monthly in advance; and, WHEREAS, It Is the opinion of he Alton City Council that the best Interest of the city will be served by leasing said property ipon the terms and conditions here nafter set forth; JOHN BARRILLEAUX Services in Beaumont, Texas, Tuesday, July 2nd. In state Gent Chapel after 2 p.m. Sunday In state Carrol-Wallace Chapel, Beaumont, Texas, Monday. ecome effective upon its passage approval and publication as required by law, PROVIDED. HOW iVER, that the authorization here^ n made shall terminate in failure )f Lessee to enter into such a writ en Lease Agreement with the City n accordance with the terms here of within thirty (30) days from said nterest of, the City; and, WHEREAS, said real estate, to- NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE IITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALTON, MADISON COUNTY, IL The City of Alton ,INOIS: SECTION 1. llinois, subject to the terms anc conditions of this Ordinance, and subject to the rights of lessees undei said Alton Ordinance No. 2314, un II May 10, 1969, does hereby au horlze and direct the corporate au horlties of the City of Alton to lease unto the Alton Telegraph Printing Company, a corporation, Its sue lessors and assigns, the following described tract of land, to-wit: A tract of land situated in the City of Alton, Illinois, being part of the "Public Commons 1 ', as originally platted, which lays South of East Broadway and be tween. Oak Street and Centra! Avenue, If both said streets were extended South fron. Broad way, and beginning al a poln on the West line of Central Ave nue extended South from Eas Broadway and across said "Pub lie Commons", which beglnnlnt point is at an iron pipe set 636.53 feet South from a cross cut in the concrete sidewalk at the South east corner of Block 13 of "RUS SELL OR HUNTER'S ADDI TION"; thence from said begin nlng point South along the Wes line of Central Avenue, if ex tended as aforesaid, a distance o 16.6 feet to a point 8 feet North erly at right angles from the center line of an existing railroad spur track extending in a North easterly and Southwesterly direc tion across said "Public Com mons"; thence in a Southwest erly direction along the curve of said railroad spur track, at uniform distance of 8 feet North erly at right angles from the center line thereof, a distance o 270.58 feet; thence Northerly parallel to Oak Street 75.40 fee to a point 8 feet Southerly a right angles from a switch trac extending in an Easterly an' Westerly direction across sal "Public Commons"; .thence East erly at a uniform distance of feet Southerly at right angle from the center line thereof i distance of 256.94 feet to Ih point of beginning; situated ii the City of Alton, Madison Coun ty, Illinois. for a period of twenty (20) year from and after the first day o July, 1968, PROVIDED, HOWEVER that should the City of Alton neec the possession of said City propert; for municipal purposes during th term of said Lease, then upoi written demand therefor by tli corporate authorities of said City said Lessee, its successors and as signs, shall deliver up unto th City, the possession of said prem Ises within six (6) months a''ter uuc* written demand. SECTION 2. The premises cov ered by the Lease shall not b used by the Lessee, its successor and assigns, in violation of any ap pllcable federal, state or local law or in violation of any appllca ble zoning or building regula tion of the City of Alton, Illinois as now exists or which may b hereafter controlling; and any de velopment, Improvement, use o maintenance of Ises shall be said prem In accordanc with applicable laws and ordlnani es, federal, state and local, goven Ing the development, Improvemen construction, maintenance and us Of said premises; and, any im provement of said premises by th Lessee, shall be subject to the righ of the City of Alton to terminal the Lease term a« herein provided in Next Column) 1 nd In the event of termination of the ease prior to the expiration of the ease term, or, upon the expiration f the Lease term, any Improvements thereon which shall be made pon or attached to the Leased prem- es, shall be removed by the Lesee without injury to the premises, nd at the Lessee's expense and ithout cost to the City of Alton. SECTION 3. The Lessee shall m- emnlfy and save the City absolute- y whole and harmless from injury 0 person or property In the making f any improvements upon said remises, from the use and occu- ancy of said premises, and, for any nd all other liability whatsoever to ersons or property during the term f the Lease or While the leased remises or any part thereof are elng used or occupied by the Lesee, its successors and assigns. The Ity shall not be obligated to make ny Improvements or expenditures rtiutever to or for said premises nd the Lessee shall accept said remises In the condition that It Is 1 as of the execution of the Lease, ny cost of improvement or main- enance or Otherwise shall be at the xpense of the Lessee. SECTION 4. The Lessee shall pay Lease rental unto the City Trees- ret- of the City of Alton, Illinois, he sum of $40.0(1 at the time of the xecutlon of this Lease, and a like urn shall be paid on the first dtiy of ach succeeding month for the term lereof, and In the event that the ..ease term shall be terminated by ic corporate authorities as herein rovlded, there shall be no refund nlo the Lessee by reason of any Lease rental payments theretofore made as herein provided. SECTION 5. The Mayor of the :ity of Alton Is hereby authorized, mpowered and directed to execute nd deliver In the name of the City f Alton, Illinois, a written Lease Vgreement of the aforedescribed roperty unto the said Alton Tele- raph Printing Company, a corpora- on, its successors and assigns, up- n the terms and conditions herein rovlded, and the Lease shall sel orth in full this Ordinance, and iere shall be attached to the Lease plat of the leased premises, and, jie Lease Is and shall be condl- oned upon the performance by the .essee of all the obligations herein ontained, and, the City Clerk of the City of Alton, Illinois is hereby au- tiorized and directed to attest to he signature of the Mayor and to lace thereon the corporate seal of constructing, Improving, T maintaining a dwell- Uqal " 1 (e) For profit, to Induce or at- empt to Induce any person to sell or rent any dwelling by representa- lons regarding the entry or prospective entry Into the neighborhood of a person or persons of a parttcu- ar race, color, religion, or national origin. (f) For any bank or building and oan association, insurance company or other corporation, association, Irm or enterprise whose business consists In whole or In part In the unking of commercial real estate oans ,to deny a loan or other financial assistance to « person ap- )lylng therefor for the purpose of mrchasing, c •epalrlng, or ng, or to discriminate against him n the fixing of the amount, Interest rate, duration, or other terms or conditions of such loan or other financial assistance, because of the rcce, color, religion, or national origin of such person or of any per son associated with him in connection with such loan or other financial assistance or the purpose or such loan or other financial assistance, or of the present or prospec- Ive owners, lessees, tenants, or occupants of the dwelling or dwellings In relation to which such loan or other financial Assistance Is to be made or given. (g) To deny any person access to or membership or participation in any multiple-listing service, real estate brokers' organization or other service, organization, or facility relating to the business of selling or renting dwellings, or to discriminate against him In the terms or conditions of such access, membership, or participation, on account of race, he City. SECTION 6. This Ordinance shall •ffectlve date. SECTION 7. In the event Alton Telegraph Printing Company enters nto the above referred to written ^ease Agreement, it shall not be •equired thereafter to pay the City of Alton its one-half share of ren under said existing written Lease luthorized by Alton Ordinance No 314, and that George McCoy shal be required to pay only one-half of he rent provided for in said existing ease until May 10, 1969. Alton Tele jraph Printing Company shall also >e required to pay whatever vea estate taxes as are valldly assessed under Illinois law on the improve ments now existing or hereaftet constructed upon said real estate by _„ the City Council o he City of Alton, Illinois, on this he 26th day of June, A.D. 1968. APPROVED by the Mayor of the Jity of Alton, Illinois, on this the 27th day of June, A.D., 1968. ..essee. PASSED by S/ CLYDE H. WISEMAN, JR Mavor ANNOUNCEMENTS Iclpi •elig In Memoriam _ 29 ; i— N LOVING MEMORY of LofizO Copeland, who passed aray June 27, 19fi7. We have missed you terribly this past year, And even tho' we have »hed many a tear. We know that you are happier by far, With our Jesus above the stars. Yotir Loving Family — 2 C N LOVING MEMORY OF MARY K. LUCAS—who passed away June 29, 1!>67. Time heals all sorrows so the saying goes. But the ache that Is left within our heart It seems It only grows We took so much for granted when we had your guiding hand But somebow up in heaven we hope you understand How much we really loved you and the happiness you brought through the years We miss you just as much today After one long lonely year. Loving husband, children, and grandchildren. Personals ANNOUNCEMENTS 11 — July Si • LOSS WElQf 11 _1OHT SAtfcLY With ft**A-Diet Tablet*. Otily Me at Honke Pharmacy. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted—Male 17 7 — July 8 • LADIES — Abate monthly tensions with Abate Tablets. Only 98c. Honke Pharmacy. 17 J n -i i - i r — • - -WANTED PART TIME BARTEND ER—Over 25. Evening work. Write Box 910 Care Alton Telegraph. 17 — June 28 29 July 5 6 U 13 — INDUSTRIAL Construction Superintendents available to relocate throughout United States and to join permanent owner - oriented engineering - construction group. Send resume to Olln Mathleson chemical Corp Engineering and Construction Department, Po Box 511. Wilton, Connecticut 06897. 7 — 29, July 6 Rummage ft Garage Sales 8 8 — " ' in Legal — 29 1 ORDINANCE NO. 3497 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR FAIR HOUSING WITHIN THE CITY OF ALTON, ILLINOIS. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALTON, MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS: Section 1. DECLARATION OF POLICY: 1. It is hereby declared the policy of the City of Alton to assure full and equal opportunity to all residents of the City to obtain fair and adequate housing for themselves and their families in the City of Alton without discrimination against them because of their race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry. 2. It is further declared to be the policy of the City of Alton that no )wner, lessee, sublessee, assignee, managing agent, or other person, firm or corporation having the right to sell, rent or lease any housing accommodation, within the City of Alton, or any agent of any of these, should refuse to sell, rent, lease, or otherwise deny to or withhold from any person or group of persons such lousing accommodations because of :he race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry of such person or >ersons or discriminate against any jerson because of his race, color, •eligion, national origin or ancestry n the terms, conditions, or privileges of the sale, rental or lease of any lousing accommodation or in the furnishing of facilities or service in connection therewith. 3. In order to effectuate this policy and to eliminate as far as legislatively permissible, all forma of discrimination and segregation in the rield of housing are viewed with disfavor. Section 2. DEFINITIONS: (a) "Mayor" means the Mayor or the City of Alton, Illinois. (b) "Dwelling" means any build ...g, structure, or portion thereof which is occupied as, or designed or intended for occupancy as, a residence by one or more families, and any vacant land which Is offered for safe or lease for the construction or location thereon of any such building, structure, or portion thereof. (c) "Family" includes a single in' dividual. (d) "Person" includes one or more individuals, corporations, partnerships, associations, labor organizations, legal representatives, mutual companies, joint-stock companies, trusts, unincorporated organizations, trustees, trustees in bankruptcy, re celvers and fiduciaries. (e) "To Rent" Includes to lease, to sublease, to let and otherwise to grant for a consideration the rigln to occupy premises not owned by the occupant. (f) "Discriminatory Housing Prac tice" means an act that is unlawful under Section 3 of this Ordinance. Section 3. PROHIBITED ACTS: The following shall be unlawful and discriminatory housing practic es under the terms of this Ordi nance: (a) To refuse to sell or rent after the making of a bonafide offer, or to refuse to negotiate (or the sale or rental of, or otherwise make unavailable or deny, a dwelling to any R crson because of race, color, glon, or national origin. (b) To discriminate against any person in the terms, conditions, or privileges of sale or rental of a dwelling, or In the provision of services or facilities In connection there with, because of race, color, rell gion, or national origin. (c) To make, print, or publish, or cause to be made, printed, or published any notice, statement, or advertisement, with respect to the sale or rental of a dwelling that indicates any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimination. (d) To represent to any person becaues of race, color, religion, or national origin that any dwelling is nut available for inspection, sale, or rental when such dwelling is in fact so available. i oni iniied in Next Column) color, religion, or national origin. Section 4. EXEMPTIONS: The provisions of this Ordinance shall not apply: (a) To any single-family house sold or rented by an owner; provided, that such private Individual owner does not own more than three such single-family houses at any one time; provided further, that In the case of the sale of any such single-family house by a private Individual owner not residing ln"such house at the time of such sale 01 who was not the most recent resi dent of such house prior to such sale, the exemption granted by this sub-section shall apply only with re spect to one such sale within any twenty-four month period; provld ed, further, that such bonaflae pri vate Individual owner does not owt any interest in, nor is there ownec or reserved on his behalf, under any express or voluntary agreement, ti tie to or any right to all or a portloi of the proceeds from the sale or rental of, more than three such single-family houses at any one time (b) to orohlblt a religious or ganization, association, or society or any non-profit Institution or or ganization operated, supervised 01 controlled by or In conjunction will a religious organization, associa tion, or society, from limiting the sale, rental or occupancy of dwell Ings which it owns or operates fo other than a commercial purpose to persons of the same religion, or from giving preference to such persons, unless membership in such religion is restricted on account of race, color, or national origin. Nor shall anything in this Ordinance prohibit a private club not in fact open to the public, whicli as an incident to its primary purpose or purposes provides lodgings which it owns or operates for other than a commercial purpose, from limiting the rental or occupancy of such lodgings to Its members or from giving preference to its members. Section 5. ENFORCEMENT: It shall be the duty of the Minority Housing Committee of the Citizen's Urban Development Advisory Commission of the City of Alton to: (a) Initiate or receive and investigate complaints charging unlawful housing practices. (b) Seek conciliation of such com- ilaints, hold hearings, make find- ngs of fact and refer such findings to the Mayor. Section ti. FILING COMPLAINTS: Any person aggrieved in any manner by violation of any provision of this Ordinance may file a written complaint setting forth his griev ance with the above referred to MI norlty Housing Committee. Said complaint shall state the name and address of the person or persons, or corporation, against whom the complaint is brought and shall also state the alleged facts surrounding the al eged violations of this Ordinance. Section 7. PENALTY AND REPORT OF VIOLATIONS: Any person, firm or corporation who shall violate or fail to comply with any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not less than Ten Dollars ($10.00) nor more than Five Hundred Dolars ($500.00) for each offense. In addition thereto, the Mayor may direct the Corporation Counsel to file with the Department of Regiatratlon and Education of the State of Illinois a complaint against any real es- :ate broker, agent or realtor who is 'ound guilty of violation of any of :he provisions of this Ordinance and le may likewise file a complaint with the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development against any person, firm or corporation suspected of violating any provision of this Ordinance. Section 8. SEVERABILITY: If any section, subdivision, paragraph. -'.entence, or clause of this 3rdinaiv. ™ !s for any reason held to CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE—Monday and Tuesday, 1st and 2nd. Lots or baby clothes. Eastgate Plaza, next to jewelry store. 9:30 a.m. 8 — 29 LARGE ALUMINUM KETTLES — Roaster, antiques, wrought Iron dining table, 4 chairs, 2 spring rockers. 466-1825. — 20 BACKYARD SALE—Monday, July 1 Clothing. Household items. Toys. Miscellaneous. 460 Whitelaw. Wood River. Societies and Lodges 9 9 — 29 WALTON CHAPTER 1018 OES — Stated meeting Mon., July 1, 7:45 p.m. Friends night. Not formal. MARGARET CRAVENS, W.M. 9 — July 2 — Lost—Strayed—Stolen 10 JO — 1 EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT INDUSTRIAL NURSE Regiitered nur»o needed, to work rotating shifts In induiirltl dispensary. Liberal salary, bonus, shift differential, uniform allowance & company paid benefit program. Contact Mrs. J. Horniby, Granite City, SL 2-1100 Station 242. Granite City Steel Co. Ornltt City. ID. (An Equal Opportunity Em»loy«r, M/F) be invalid unconstitutional, such decision shall not affect any remaining portion, section, or part thereof. Section 9. EFFECTIVE DATE: This Ordinance shall be In full force and effect from and after its passage, approval and publication as provided by law. PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALTON, ILLINOIS, THIS 26TH DAY OF JUNE, 1968. APPROVED BY THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF ALTON, ILLINOIS, THIS 27TH DAY OF JUNE, 1968. PIASA LODGE NO. 27 A.F. & A.M. —Mated meeting, Tuesday. July 2, at 7:30 p.m. Visiting brethren welcome. William H. Wagner, W M. 9 — July 2 PIASA LODGE NO. 27 AF-AM— Stated meeting, Tuesday, July 2 at 7:30 p.m., Visiting brethren welcome. William H. Wagner, WM LOST—Black and tan female Beagle Leather collar. Operation scar on stomach. Reward. 259-1150. 10 — 29 REWARD FOR PURSE STOLEN ON Sheridan Street in Bethalto. Return for personal Items would be appreciated. 2!i4-5542. Patricia Ressler, EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted—Male 17 17 — June 29, July 1-23 AvailABILITY Many are fee paid. Trainees Management, sales, Jr. engineers retail, accounting, cost clerk drafting, production control, ship ping clerks, electronic techs., sale service, merchandising, foreman lab techs, production scheduling, in surance adjuster. Accountants Industrial accou.itants and public ac countants needed by local and national firms. A degree a mus for most of these, up to $15,000. Purchasing Local and national openings for purchasing agents, buyers and ex peditors. We need experienced men and trainees for the purchasing profession. Industrial Engineering Have openings in most phases ol Industrial engineering, local and national for degreed and non degreed people, to $18.000, Data Processing Operators, programmers, systems analysts, supervisors. Many new openings, local and national, sal arles to $15,000. Production Control Trainees, planners, schedulers, ex S/ Attest: CLYDE H. WISEMAN JR. Mayor—City of Alton S/ Paul A. Price Clerk—City of Allon In Memoriam 3 3 — 29 — IN LOVING MEMORY of Mrs. Pauline Terrell, who passed away two years ago, June 30, 1966. Another year hue passed by, my clear, Though in our hearts you're always near. With loving memories, so bright ami clear, Removing all doubts and tear. Sleep on, my darling, lake your rest, Our Heavenly Father loved you best. Sadly missed by Daughter, Ernestine Parks and Grandchildren. peditors, supervisors, national, to $12,000. Sales local and WANTED — Manager for lumber yard. Northern Illinois town of :t,80o. $125,000 volume. Contact: Cliff Elliott, Oregon, 111. Call: 732-2885, collect, for personal In tervlew. 7 — 29 PRINTERS $5.15 hour. Lino operators, com posttors, 3 weeks vacation for 2 years. Box 1049, Dayton, Ohio. 7 — June 28 29 July 5 6 12 13 — fOUNG Engineers Interested In gaining Invaluable experience In planning and scheduling leadlnt to varied responsible positions In a permanent owner - oriented en gineerlng - construction group anc who are available to relocate throughout United States, Senc resumes to Olln Matheson Cheml cut Corp. Engineering and Con structlon Department. P.O. Box 511, Wilton, Connecticut 06897. Help Wanted—Female 18 8 — July 1 HAIRDRESSER WANTED—Full or part time. Immediately. 462-2866. 8 — July 25 EXPERIENCED HAIR STYLIST— With following, room for 2 stylists 259-9840. 18 — 29 WANTED REGISTERED NURSE— Also licensed practical nurse. Also nurses aides. Blu Fountain Manor Route 100. Godfrey. 8 — 2U ADY—To stay with elderly couple Private room. Light work. Some time off. 254-0474. 18 — 29 FULL OR PART TIME—Pre-schoo teacher. Easter Seal Society. De gree and/or experience In specla or primary education. Salary open. For Interview write giving qualifications. Easter Seal Society 6th and Alby, Alton, Illinois. 8 — 1 Jy t.leman. Nice home in Mlddletown Prefer stay. Write Box 960, care Alton Evening Telegraph. 18 — 1 MATURE ADULT—To care for children, days, at Washington Manor. Light housekeeping. Mus be dependable and able to drive 465-4120. 18 — 2<l LADY FOR COMPANION—To eld erly lady. $15 per week, and board. 462-3446. 18 — 29 Room ^^^t^^j^df^ Tltljlll EMPLOYMENT Help Wtd.. Mole-Female 19 19 — 29 WANTED—-Man or couple with trailer. Have farm site, need someone to watch place. Write Box 970, care of Telegraph. 19 — July 2 FRY COOK Lounge, 6th — Contact Leroy'3 & Tennyson, Wood Rlveer. No phone calls please. 19 — 29 COUPLE—To work in funeral home as resident personnel. 5-day week, answering phone, janitor work, general cleaning. Health and welfare benefits. Phone St. Louis, Missouri. Northland Mortuary, 7239 West Florissant, EV 3-0416. 19 — July 1 ACCOUNTANT—$600 per month. Car repairman, $3.75 per hour. Switchman, $16 a day. Electronic repair, $100 a week. Bookkeeper, $600 a month. Secretary, $425 per month. Dental assistant. $55 per week. Dictaphone, $300. Cashier, must type, $300. American Employment, 726 E. 'Broadway. FINANCIAL 19 — 29 WANTED—For data processing department — experienced operator and tab equipment programmer or qualified programmer on a part- time basis. Knowledge of accounting preferred. Position should lead to head of data processing department. Send application giving experience, qualifications and so forth to R. C. Scheffel and Company, Certified Public Accountants, 307 Henry, Alton. Business Opportunities 23 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. 377-96*4. 23 — J — — OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS — Billiard room for lease. In excellent location. $500 cash Investment required. 462-3361. 23 — 2 ————————— LAWN MOWER repair business. Entire contents — everything to start your own business.. Edwardsville, 656-1195. 23 — July 10 ;'. SERVICE STATION FOR LEASE IN BETHALTO HIGHWAY LOCATION. C0mpl«t« paid training. Excellent opportunity. For Information Call 254-3836: after 6, 377-9684. 23 — July 2 '• i Salesmen 20 20—29 ADVERTISING SALESMEN Sell SITTER FOR GIRLS 4 & 6—At my home. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. July and August. Call 259-2108, Sunday, June 30, 1 to 5 p.m. 18 — 29 our complete line specialties, gifts, premiums, calendars. Highest commissions advanced weekly. Sales aids furnished. Write AD-CRAFT, Kansas City, Mo. 64105. 20— I MISSED YOUR SUMMER JOB? — Subsidiary of Alcoa, has 3 openings EXECUTIVE SECRETARY— To head large local organization. Must be exceptionally neat and attractive with broad education and experience in all phases of admini^tiative practices at the hifjhdst: level of organization. Permanent position with liberal benefits. Salary open. Send resume of education and experience to Box 930 % Alton Evening Telegraph. 18 — 29, July 1 2 3 ising d. St required. Start $375- Chemlcals, fuod products, Insur ance, office, machines, metals packaging, paper products. Salarl ed plus expenses, some with car iurnished. Engineers Civil, metallurgical chemical, mechanical, extraction, reliability, production, R & D, electrical, electronics. Any field or discipline in engineering. We need engineers! Sales Engineer Excellent local and national open- Ings for various levels and -.ales engineering personnel. From beginner to $12,000. PhDs and Masters Food technology, pharmacy, economic analyst, cosmetic chemistry, toxicology, biochemical pharma- cologist, clinical pathology, Biometrics. To $20,000. WE ARE OPEN EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT 'TIL 8 P.M. AvailABILITY 859 E. Broadway—462-8831 AvailABILITY SECRETARY— Work for account executive In large advertising agency. Typing and s/h ~ $400. Fee paid. BOOKKEEPER - STENO — Experienced with figure work. Good typing ability. Prefer some light shorthand, but not essential. 37-hour week. Start $325-$375. Fee paid. FIGURE CLERK— Minimum 1 year work experience. Must have good figure aptitude. Start $322. GENERAL CLERK — Minimum 1 year work experience in general clerical field. No typing required. Start $285 mo. CLERK TYPIST— Type 40 w/m accurately. With good numerical aptitude. Must have prior work experience. Start $325. SERCETARY — National firm with many benefits. Work in R & D. Department requires good typing and shorthand. Start $350-$400 mo. KEY PUNCH OPERATOR— Experienced in both Alpha and numerical. 026 and 059 IBM. Start $350-$400 mo. ACCOUNTING CLERK— No typing required; but must have good math aptitude and ablltiy to work with detail matters. $350 to start. STENO — Experienced or qualified beginner. Type 50 w/m, shorthand 80, with good clerical ability. Start $325 mo. WE HAVE MANY OTHER OPENINGS AvailABILITY WK ARE OPEN EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT 'TIL 8 P.M. 659A East Broadway — 462-8831 EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT Employment Opportunities For Production Workers FULL TIME • SHIFT WORK • ATTRACTIVE WORKING CONDITIONS t LIBERAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS APPLY IN PERSON The Nestle Co., Inc. 2101 Adgnu Street Granite City, Illinois An Equal Opportunity Employer Help Wanted, Misc. ISA ISA — 29 EMPLOYMENT INTERVIEWER — If you have the desire to work with people, have hdu sales or public contact experience, we will train you. $7-$10.000. Call Mr. Mann, BR 1-2921. Spelling and Snelllng. 18-29, high school education. time year-around jobs also iply Lewis & Clark oute 3, East Alton, Apply :, Routi left. Full available. Restaurant, Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. Ask for Mr. Sny der. If qualified you will start same day. No phone calls. 20 — 19 20 2* 25 26 27 28 29, July 1— REPRESENTATIVE Due to expansion 76 year old company needs men In Madison County Area. Dignified sales to professional and business people. If you have been looking for a dignified career with high earn Ings and management potential this may be what you have been looking for. NO EVENING WORK GUARANTEED INCOME For confidential interview call MR. PATTERSON EDWARDSVILLE 656-4841 Situations Wtd—Male 21 21 — 28 29 PRINTER, EXPERIENCED IN OFFSET AND letterpress desires part time employment. Evenings and Saturdays. Commercial or In plant printing operation. Phone 259-3123 after 5 p.m. 21 — 29 WANTED—Saw filing and sharpening. Phone 465-6768. Situations Wtd—Female 22 22 — 29 WANTED — Ironing in my home. 4W5-I603. 22 — July I WILL DO WASHING, $3 A BASKET Ironing $4. a basket. 259-6538. 22 — July 2 WILL CARE FOR 1 or 2 children. Days. Well cared for. Call 465-3087. 22 — July 1 3 5 DEPENDABLE TEENAGER — DO babysitting or housework. 254-5604. 22 — 29 IRONINGS WANTED — Reasonable, experienced. 465-5259. 22 — 2 . WILL BABY SIT IN MILTON AREA — Your home or mine. Best of care, very reasonable. References. 3635 Berkeley. Also 2 nice home made quilts for sale cheup. FINANCIAL Business Opportunities 23 i in i.; i 23 — 29 WEAVER'S AQUARIUM—For sale due to sickneus. 1233 Rodemeyer, off Stale and Grand. Alton, 111. WANT ADS WORK FOR YOU! EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Ford SALESMEN Because of our increased volume of new FORD SALES we mutt expand our Sales and Service Staff. We Need Salesmen We Need Journeyman Mechanics Roberts Ford 1862 E. BROADWAY, ALTON 462*f!!3 Robert! Robert* Rojprtt ROUTE AVAILABLE Man or woman needed to service established accounts for expanding National Company distributing products from (General Foods, Nestle's, Nabisco, Kraft, Planters, Etc. GROWTH POTENTIAL UNLIMITED No experience necessary NO SELLING & NOT VENDING Part or Full-Time Requires honest & reliable Individual who aspires to above average Income & has $3325 to $6650 cash •for returnable deposit on food. For complete Info., write Area Director, Box 980, care Alton Evening Telegraph. PLEASE! Include resume & phone number. Dressmaking—Tailoring 30 30 — 29 CUSTOM MADE DRAPES—Experienced. 462-5942. 30 — July 12 DRESSMAKING — Alterations. Sewing of all kinds. 465-2487. 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 32 — 28 29 July 1358 CEMENT WORK—Patios, driveways, sidewalks and basements. Repairs of all kinds. Free estimates. Call 462-9107. 32 — July 8 — WATER WELL DRILLING—Water guaranteed or no cnarge. Free es- Imates. Godfrey. 466-6210 or Rood- nouse 217-589-4909. 32 — July 3 — TREE REMOVAL — Tree trimming. Hedge & shrubbery trimmed. Hauling. Free estimates. Insured. 254-6588. 32 — July 30 WEED MOWING—By tractor. Yard grading, driveways, trees removed, tractor work of all kinds. 462-3165. 32 — 29 : NEW TUPPERWARE DEALER IN ALTON AREA—Would like bookings for parties in evening. Also have large auply of Tupperware for sale In ray home. Call Mrs. Mary Bruce, 462-4843 after 6. p.m. EMPLOYMENT CAREER Representative $150 per witk posslblf to start Dynamic company on the move has openings for 3 men in this and surrounding area due to expansion. This Position Offers: Regular incentive increase. Continued future growth in income, Base on Past Sales. No House to House canvassing. Prestige sell* ing to owners and Managers of Business. No nighttime work, You'll be assigned accounts as soon as you are trained. Opportunity for Advancf. menr IK ExetUtnt WE DESIRE Age: Ov«r 2$ High school or college background. Poisetf § Sales personality. Previous Sales Experience Gtt||r* able. Have a Good rtpt* tation and 8* of Qoo4; Character. Per P«ri interview. Call: I- A. Coo

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