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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ANNOUNCEMENTS Legal ANNOUNCEMENTS Lfi NOricE TO"CONTRACTORS CITY Of ALTON. ILLINOIS LANDFILL SERVICE BUILDING 1.1.W Sealed proposals wit b« received at the office of the city Clerk of the City of Alton,.Illinois until 10:00 A.M. July 8, 1968 or Landfill Office Building. 1.1.02 The proposed improvement consists of construction of a 10' s 30' frame building on concrete slab foundation. 1.1.03 Instruction* for bidders, form of proposals, plans, specifications and form of contract may be examined at the Office of the Alton Director of Public Works, Room 204, City, Halt, Alton IHinols. Copies may be obtained from the Office of the Director of Public m Works, Alton, Illinois upon deposit 1 of $3.do With checks made payable 1 to: city Treasurer, Alton, iiiinios. 1.1.04 A bid bond, cashier's check. Rummage & 8 — 6 ANNOUNCEMENTS .. , or a verified check A , to the order of City of Anon linois In the amount of ten per cent (10%) of the gross amount of the bid must be deposited by each Bidder with his bid as auarantee that In case the contract is award- Si to him, he will, within ten <io> days thereafter, upon receipt of written notice of award, execute such contract and furnisji i a satls- tactory contract bond. Upon failure to do so, he shall forfeit the deposit not as a penalty, but as damages and acceptance A REST IN THE SUN - Capl. Don Kevit of Canyon, Texas, relaxes during a sunbath atop his platform perch above sandbagged installation of the American base at Dak Pek in Vietnam. His boots are at the ready should some enemy mortar shells start dropping. The base is 820 miles north of Saigon and is in the South Vietnamese central highlands. (AP Wirephoto) the bid will be contingent upon the fulfillment of this requirement by the bidder. Th« checks or bid bonds of all excepting the three (3) lowest formal bidders will be returned within ten. (10) days after the open- Legal 1 Legal — .Tune 21-29-.luly S — STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY. PROBATE DIVISION NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JAMES THOMAS HOSKINS, deceased j. NO. 68-PS-240 Notice is given of the death of the above and that letters Testamentary were issued June 12, A.D. IflCS. to Alton Banking and Trust Company of Alton, Illinois whose attorney is John Dale Stobbs of Alton, Illinois and that Monday. AuRiist 5, A.D. 1968. Is the claim date for the estate, Clalm<! against said estate should be filed in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court (Probate Division) at the County Courthouse In Edwardsvllle. Illinois, and copies thereof mailed or delivered to said legal representative and to said attorney of record. Dated June 12, A.D. 1968. WILLARD V. PORTELL (Clerk of the Circuit Court) LEGAL — July s 12 19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ILLINOIS MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS THE EQUITABLE ) LIFE ASSURANCE ) SOCIETY OF ) THE UNITED ) STATES, a corpor- ) atlon ) Plaintiff ) ) NO. 68-E-48 Pirtonatt 7 — July * LADIES — Abate monthly tensions with Abate Tablets. Only 98c. Honke Pharmacy. Soles 8 BACKYARD SALE — Friday and Saturday. Gas range, electric range .electric dryer, tv speakers, TVs, clothes and more. 1900 Langdon, Alton. Societies and 9 _ 9 _ - PIASA LODGE NO. 27 AF and AM — Special meeting. Tuesday, July 9th at. 7:30 p.m. Work In the Third degeee. Refreshments. Vlstlns brethren welcome. Wm. H. Wagur, Sr., WM. Lost—Strayed—Stolen 10 Cy Says... DEAR CY: I laughed last year when 1 heard a 45-year-old friend say he was retraining by mail at home, evenings. Suddenly 1 find my own job is in jeopardy and could fold due to scientific advancements in our industry. Retraining now means something to me and I want to take up commercial photography. I wrote a correspondence school, and, before paying out about $800 for the course, I want to ask you a special question. Are these correspondence schools only interested in the money or do they care about a student after he enrolls? I am not kidding (if this question sounds ridiculous). DEAR TWILKR: TWILER Retraining is the name of the game these days and you will be amazed at how successfully some participants play It. Take Bin Grant, commander, U.S. navy, retired. Three years before retirement from the navy as a Jet pilot, he got thinking about law as a second career. Being shore based, Grant inquired of a night school, and it was agreed he could complete four years of study in three if the bar exam could be passed Grant Is now a successful law> yer in Maryland after spending 25 years in the U.S. navy as a very able flyer. There are cor respondence schools and there are correspondence schools Any accredited by the National Home Study Council however, are vitally interested in their students' accomplish ments. They know successfu graduates of their study-by-mai courses are the best advertisements which can be written. Recently, a student of the Famous Artists School in Westport, Con ANNOUNCEMENTS Legal 1 necticut, showed me a letter ic received from the institu- Ion's director. Here's how the elter from Alex Domonkos, director of Famous Artists school, aid this man's future on the ine: "You are enrolled because have an interest in art and want to develop that interest so you may have a richer and more meaningful future. You planned to devote many hours >f your tomorrows to the serious study of art. Now, a lot of tomorrows have become yesterdays and we still have not received your first lesson assignment for criticism. Why? Many students faced with this question jlead lack of time. Sometimes ;his is true but usually 'lack of time 1 is only an excuse. Lack of time usually means poor plan- ing." (Perhaps that is why the old saying goes, "If you have something to be done, get a busy man to do it.") It is good planning to start retraining before the tent falls in. Provided, of course, a student is a pronoex- cuser. That's the one person in a hundred who can produce LEGAL — 2634 — June 28-29-July S NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Education of Rox- 'ana Community Unit School District No. 1, Madison County, Illinois, at the office of the Board In the Assembly-Cafeteria Unit of the Junior-Senior High school Units, Chaffer Avenue and Thomas Street, ROX- ana, Illinois until 7:30 p.m.. Central Daylight Saving Time. Monday, July 15, 1968 for New Roofs at South Roxana Elementary School, between Michigan Avenue and Indi- nna Avenue; Central Elementary school, 13th St. and Esther Ave.; and Rosewood 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 at the office of Wm. B. Ittner, Inc., Architects, 317 North Eleventh Street, St. Louis, Missouri 6310U The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any technicalities therln. By Order of: BOARD OF EDUCATION ROXANA COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 Madison county. Illinois Legal — July 5 12 19 '68 • checks or bid Bonds will be returned within three (3) days from the date on which the executed contract and the required bond have been f nal- ly approved by the City of Alton, Illinois. 1.1.05 The successful bidder will be required to pay to all laborers, workmen, and mechanics performing work under this contract, not less than the current prevailing rate of wages as has been determined by the City Council and filed in the City's clerk's office. 1.1.08 All proposals must be made on forms furnished by the Unglneer. 1.1.07 The successful bidder wll be required to furnish a contrac bond satisfactory to the City Coun cil in the amount of the con tract. 1 1.08 The City Council reserves the right to waive or not to waive any Irregularities in the bids and to reject any or all bids and to determine which Is the lowest and best bid. vs. J. JAMES GIBSON,) MARY ELIZABETH) ,OST— 2 RINGS— In Wood River, blue stone, 1 white. Reward 254-4257 or 259-6705. 0 — 6 GIBSON, INTERSTATE BOND COMPANY. and MADISON COUNTY,) ILLINOIS Defendants ANNOUNCEMENTS TRUDY _ 5 CLOSED FOR VACATION— July 4th until July 9th. college Avenue Barbers. 1 — July 29 - — .OSE WEIGHT SAFELY with Dex- A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at Honke Pharmacy. I _ 20 - - — IFFECTIVE JULY 8— New Store hours. Mon. thru Sat. 9:30 - 9, Sun. 12 - 6. Audrey's Tropical Fish, 688 East Alton Ave., East Alton. II — TF MOn.-Frl. A * i»tWJI. J. * A, " ' • — ,,... — ..,. PROJECTOR BULB BURNED OUT? FOSTER'S DRUG STORE carflei most all kinds. 230 E. Broadway. Open 'til 10 every night. ALTON'S PHOTO CENTER, Riders 11A 1A — 6 WANT RIDE TO DOWNTOWN ST. LOUIS—From Brown and Pearl. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 465-2081. 11A — 5 RIDE TO DOWNTOWN ST. LOUIS— From Alhy St. Road. 8 to 5 p.m. Ph. 466-6327. EMPLOYMENT Walker hound, white with black spots. Named Bill. 11 Dugger St., E. Alton. 259-1481. 0 — 6 Help Wanted—Mole 17 WHSW/POPA $££OK)D MYWHOUB UPE PLASH60 CY more work than excuses. • DEAR CY: Another businessman helped me out of some financial trouble. I know, personally, that once you help a man out of trouble, he will never forget you. JACKSON STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY, PROBATE DIVISION NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DAVID SKAGGS, deceased. No. 68-P6-266 Notice la given of the death of the above and that letters of administration were Issued June 28, A.D. 1968, to Ronald C. Mottaz of Alton, Illinois, whose attorney Is C. Dana Eastman of Alton, Illinois, and that Monday, September 2, A.D., 1968, is the claim date for the estate. Claims against said estate should be fUed i agali in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court (Probate Division) at the County Courthouse in Ed- Wardsvllle, Illinois, and copies thereof mailed or delivered to said legal representative and to said attorney of record. Dated, June 28, A.D., 1988. WILLARD V. PORTELL, (Clerk of the Circuit Court) Legal — July 5 12 19 '68 • DEAR JACKSON: That's right. Especially the next time he is in trouble. CY For answers to your Personal Business Problems, write Cy Barrett, care of this newspaper. Include stamped, self - addressed return envelope. Efforts to Halt Civil War in Nigeria Futile STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY, PROBATE DIVISION NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ES TATE.of ROLAND L. STICE, de> ceased. No. 68-P5-223 Notice Is above and gl th ;lvea of the death of the at letters testamentary were Issued June 28, 1968, A.D., to Howard Otstot of Alton, Illinois, whose attorney Is R. W. Griffith of Alton, Illinois, and that Monday, September 2, A.D., 1968, is the claim date for the estate. j agali be filed In the Claims nst said estate should 1.1.09 Bv Order of the City Council of the" City of Alton, Illinois. /*/ GERALD R. BACUS, V. E. Director of Public Works Dated: June 20, 1968. Legal — June 21 28, July S PART 1 SECTION 1.1— NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS CITY OF ALTON, ILLINOIS MIAMI AVENUE CHANNEL IMPROVEMENT WERGES STREET TO HILLCREST AVENUE 1.1.01 Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the City Clerk of the City of Alton, Illinois, until 2:00 p.m., D.S.T. July 16, 1968 for the construction of Miami Avenue Channel Improvements, Werges Street to Hlllcrest Avenue. 1.1.02 The proposed Improvement consists of the following major items of work: 1,104.5 Lineal Feet Storm Sewer 1,000 Lineal Feet Miscellaneous Culverts 2 Special Structures 13 Inlets Roadway Embankment and A-3 Surface 1.1.03 Instruction to bidders, form Of proposals, plans, specifications, and form of contract may be examined at the office of Sbeppard, Morgan & Schwaab, Inc.. Consulting Engineers, 218 Market Street, Alton, Illinois; at the office of Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc., Consulting En- Ineers, 785 South Grand Avenue ,Yest. Springfield, Illinois; or at the office of the Alton Director of Public Works. Room 204, Ctly HalUU- ton, Illinois. COPIES MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS, ALTON, ILLINOIS, upon deposit of $15.00 with checks made payable to M. O. Elliott, City Treasurer, Alton, Illinois. The amount of the'deposit for one set of documents will be refunded to each party submitting a bid to the City in good condition within ten (10) days after the letting. Non-Bidders returning the plans and contract documents within five (5) days after opening bids, will be refunded $5.00. 1.1.04 A bid bond, cashier's check, or a certified check made payable to the order of the City of Alton, Illinois, in the amount of ten per cent (10%) of the gross office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.(Probate Division) at the County Courthouse in Ed- wardsvllle, Illinois, and copies thereof mailed or delivered to said legal representative and to said attorney of record. Dated, June 28, A.D., 1968. WILLARD V. PORTBLL (Clerk of the Circuit Court) LAGOS (AP) - Nigeria, a country of vast potential riches and the most populous nation in Africa, continues to wallow in a bloody, year-old civil war and efforts to arrange a cease-fire hive w far been futile. The federal government in Lagos holds the upper hand In the fighting and has occupied large chunks of th* secessionist Eastern Region— Biafra-and most of the area's major cities, Both sides would like to end the conflict that baa driven the country to the edge of ruin, created millions of wfugew in Biafra and Wiled untold num bers of Nigerians. But cease-fire negotiations in May broke down to disagree. ment over conditions. The Biaf- rans want an unconditional cease-fire and withdrawal of federal troops. Lagos wants assurances, before It withdraws its forces, that Biafra will rejoin the federation as three separate states. Contact! are continuing and there is a possibility new talks may begin in London. Meanwhile, the situation hi Biafra grow* more and more desperate, There are an eptt- mated 4.8-rollUon refugees to whjt fe left pf W«fr« »«d a gen, oration of youngstew in tt» by pro- nto about 10,000 square miles of what already was the most ensely populated territory of Africa. The area is under tight blockade by the Lagos government and the federal air force of Soviet-built MlGs and Czech-made )elflns controls the air. Federal capture In May of Port Harcourt, Biafra's largest city and is main depot for airlifted supplies, tightened the ring on Biafra . Legal — June 21-28-July 6 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY. PROBATE DIVISION NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HERBERT EDMOND GOLENOR, deceased NO. 68-P5-243 Notice U given of the death of the above and that letters of administration with will annexed were issued June 19, A.D. 1968. to Agnes C. Mason of Alton, Illinois whose attorney Is F. L. Manns of Alton, Illinois and that Monday, August S, A.D. 1968. is the claim date for the eitate. Claims against said estate should be filed In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court (Probate Division) at the County Courthouse In Edwardsvllle, Illinois, and copies thereof mailed or delivered to said legal representative and said at- torny of record. Dated June 19. A.D. 1968. WILLARD V. PORTELL (Clerk of the Circuit Court) NOTICE OF SALE Public notice Is hereby given that pursuant to a Decree of Foreclos ure, entered In said Court, in the above entitled cause, on June 0 1968, I, Joseph T. Kelleher, Mag istrate. will, on Thursday, July 26th at the hour of 9:30 A.M., at the front door of the Courthouse, in the City of Edwardsvllle, Madison County, Illinois, sell at public vcn clue to the highest and best bldde for cash, the following describe! real estate, situated In Madlso County, Illinois, to-wll: The west 45 feet of Lot 23 In William H. and Moureen L. Emery's 1st Addition to Martin's Acres, as shown on the Plat Thereof, recorded In the Recorder's Office of Madison County. Illinois, In Plat Book 29, page 9, and also the following described tract, to-wlt: Beginning at the Southwest corner of said Lot 23; thence North along the West boundary of said Lot 23 a distance of 200 feet to the Northwest corner thereof; thence West and parallel to the South line of the SW'4 of Section 35 T4N, RSWest of the Third Principal Meridian, a distance of 55 feet; thence South and parallel to the West boundary line of the above mentioned Lot 23, a distance of 200 feet to a point on the South line of the SWVi of Section 35, said point being 55 feet from the point of beginning; thence 55 feet East to the point of beginning; all being situated in the SEVi of the SW% of Section 35 Township 4 N, R 8W Madison County, Illinois; excepting coal, oil, gas and other minerals underlying; or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said Decree with Interest thereon, and costs of suit, Including costs of sale. At said sale, I will give the purchaser or purchasers a certificate or certificates showing the amount of bid or bids, a particular description of the property sold, and the time when the purchaser or purchasers will be entitled to a Deed or Deeds for such property unless the same shall be redeemed according to law. Dated this 3rd day of July, A. D., 1968. Joseph T. Kelleher, Magistrate Attorneys for Plaintiff THOMAS, MOTTAZ & EASTMAN 307 Henry Street Alton, Illinois Phone: 462-9201 FOUND — Small female dog, long haired chihuahua. In Greenwood Meadows subdivision, Godfrey 466-5848 or 466-2842. 10 — 8 LOST—FEMALE TAN POMERANIAN — Named Dirty Nose. 4828 Bambl. Storeyland. 466-4204. 10 — 5 PALOMINO TYPE YEARLING PONY—Taken from 28BO Union School Road, around midnight Sun day. Return and no questions asked. Or any information 462-3529. EMPLOYMENT Help Wonted—Mole 17 WANTED—Registered or apprentice barber, phone Jerseyvllle 498-4281. Call Immediately. 17 _ 5 . — WANTED—Reliable married man. Year 'round employment. Modern equipment. Mostly field work on dairy farm. Located on highway, near churches and schools. Home and extras available. Good job for the right man. Salary open. Hamel 818-633-2382. 17 — 8 Help Wanted—Female 18 EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSER — Have . 462-6564 or I for part or full time, 6-3293. 18 a Notices 11 11 — TF EXPERIENCED — MALE ADULT Retail clerk. Evening hours. Will consider retiree. Write box 1020 care of Telegraph, 17 — fi Lt. Col, Odumegwu Ojukwu, the secessionist leader, vowed at the time the Biafrans would maintain guerrilla operations rom the back country. In June, Blafra began broadcasting appeals for massive relief shipments and said refugees were dying by the thousands, To maintain its stance of independence from Lagos, Biafra does not want the aid passed through federal hands. w But In New York this week, a federal spokesman said: "All ports and major airports are In Federal tends so it is impossible to chauufl supplies to Biafraq refugees without going through federal authorities," Chief Anthony Enahoro, negotiator for the federal government, eaid of reports that millions of Biafran* will starve in the next few months, "it is quite clear they are attempting to exploit the sympathies oJ toe outside world for toe purpose of their mUitery interests," "There ts an attttnptfc us for the e«Mts of the war,'' laid Eninoro. <*B» quieted way to itop ill^tWi to for them • " Read Want Ads! amount of the old, must be deposited by each bidder with his bid as guarantee that in case the contract ft awarded to him, ha will, within ten (10) days thereafter, upon receipt of written notice of award, execute such contract and furnish a satisfactory contract bond. Upon failure to do so, he shall forfeit the deposit not as a penalty, but as liquidated damages and acceptance of the bid will be contingent upon the fulfillment of this requirement by the bidder. The checks or bid bonds of all excepting the three (3) lowest formal bidders will be returned within ten (10) days after the opening of bids, and the remaining checks or bid bonds will be returned within three (3) days from the date on which the executed contract and the required bond have been finally approved by the City of Alton, 1.1.05 The successful bidder will be required to pay to all laborers, workmen, and mechanics performing work under this contract, not less than the current prevailing rate of wages ai has been determined by the City Council and filed In the City Clerk's office. 1.1.06 All proposals must be made on forms furnished by the The successful bidder will be required to furnish a contract bond satisfactory to the City Council In the amount of the Contract. 1.1.08 The City Council reserves the right to waive or not to waive any irregularities In the bids and to reject any or all bids and to determine which is the lowest and best bid. • 1.1.09 By Order of the City Council of the City of Alton, Illinois. CLYDE H. WISEMAN, JR. Mayor of the City of Alton. Illinois EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT Employment Opportunities For Production Workers PULL TIME '• SHIFT WORK • ATTRACTIVI WORKING CONDITIONS t UMRAHMPLOYIIIINIFITS APPLY IN PERSON The Nettle Co., Inc. ill! Mm Unit f mitt City, UHiralt Imploytr Card of Thanks IN LOVING MEMORY OF Oliver Lagemann and Gertrude Sturgeon who both died 4 years ago today. There Is a world above, Where parting Is unknown, A whole Eternity of love, Formed for the good alone. And safe beholds the dying here, Translated to that happier sphere. Sadly missed by wife and daughter, Doris Lagemann, Son Nell Sturgeon and sister Pearl Garland. 2 — 5 THE FAMILY OP LESLIE SWANSON wishes to thank all participants In the three-day search. Special thanks to Beverly Farms staff, Mississippi Valley CB Club, Alton Volunteer Emergency Corps, Civil Air Patrol, Boy Scouts, Alton Auxiliary Police, and military personnel from Granite City Engineers Depot, Grafton Nike Base, Scott Air Force Base, and all others who helped In any way. Mrs. Eunice Swanson, Mother Sisters Judy and CristI ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE You can place your classified ad, classified Icill.or.classified 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 messages to the Classified Department and unidentified callers to others are disregarded- HINTS ON USING RECORDER: — SPEAK SLOWLY — 1. GIVE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER, (Spell your name out). 2. Speak slowly and distinctly- 3. BE SURE TO STATE THE NUMBER OF DAYS YOU DESIRE YOUR AD TO BE PUBLISHED. (IF YOU DO NOT TELL US WE WILL AUTOMATICALLY RUN THREE DAYS). — TALK SLOWLY — Remember this is a mechanical device. It will answer your call and give you recorded instructions on what to do, but other than that cannot answer any questions. MANAGER & ASSISTANT MGR.— For the new Lums Restaurant, 2800 East Broadway, Alton. Reply to Box 900, care Alton Evening Telegraph, giving brief resume. WANTED FEMALE CLERK — For part time employment. Applications will be accepted after 9 a.m. Tuesday morning. Ben Franklin, 510 West Delmar, 468-1)41. 18 — fi G 17 SPARE TIME INCOME—This Is not a promotional gimmick, but a bonafide offer by a local business concern. Your Investment would vury from about $3300 to $6BOO depending on your choice of Income. Must be willing to work, have a limited knowledge of mechanics, spare time. Earn from $3000 to $9000 annually. No sales Involved. People come to you. Write to Box 1010, care Alton Telegraph. WANTED — Babysitter, 4 children, shift work, 4BS-284I, Godfrey. 18 — 9 BEAUTY OPERATOR WANTED— Full or Beauty part time. Shur Kurl Shop, Greenfield, 111. DUWULy OI1UU, *JI 3G8-2200 after 6 p.m. 18 — 5, 8, 9 -IMMEDIATE OPENING for am bilious young woman with sales experience. Downstate Personnel Service. 112 N. Main St.. Edwardsville, 111. Phone 856-4744. 18 — July 25 CREDIT MANAGER TRAINEE—To assume control of credit office, in retail discount store that will be opening soon. 5401 Collinsvllle Rd., at the Junction of Hwy. Ill and Old Hwy. 40. To set up an interview call Mr. Starbuck, HA 9-7414, St. Louis, Mo. 17 — June 28 29 July 5 a 12 13 — INDUSTRIAL Construction Superintendents available to relocate throughout United States and to join permanent owner - oriented engineering - construction group. Send resume to Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp Engineering and Construction Department, PO Box 511, Wilton, Connecticut 06897. 17 — June 28 29 July 5 6 12 13 YOUNG Engineers Interested in gaining invaluable experience in planning and scheduling leading to varied responsible positions in a permanent owner - oriented engineering - construction group and who are available to relocate throughout United States. Send resumes to Olin Matheson Chemical Corp. Engineering and Construction Department, P.O. Box 511, Wilton, Connecticut 06897. EXPERIENCED HAIR STYLIST— With following, room for 2 stylists 259-9840. 18 — 5 WAITRESSES—21 or over, full time employment. Must be able to work any shift, holidays and weekends included. Apply after 3 p.m. Howard Johnson's, 2714 Godfrey Rd No phone calls. EMPLOYMENT Help Wonted—Femal* 18 RELIABLE WOMAN FOR-HoUSe- work and babysitting. Reference* needed. 466-4005. L?ARGE NUMBER OF needed for two to three days Inventory work, at a major St. Louis Department store. Apply la person at Labor Pool. 721 M«r« ket St., St. Louis. Missouri, July 5. 8 to 4 and July 6 from 9 to 12. VIIDDLEAGED LADY — For very, light housework. 5 days. week. Ph. 2S9-3747. 18 — 11 —• YOUNG WOMAN — To Plan and < conduct activities for children and young people in group wont agency. College graduate — soma experience. Write to box 1000, C/O Alton Telegraph. ts — 9 ——— •« WANTED—Licensed practical nurse, 3-11 and 11-7 shift. Full or part time. Blu-Fountain Manor, Rout* 100, Godfrey. 18 -• s, 8, 9 —r• WILL TRAIN young woman with light typing for data processing work. Must be neat and attractive, Dowastate Personnel Service, ',111 N. Main St., Edwardsvllle, III, Phone 656-4744. Help Wtd., Male-Female 19 19 _ 5 ___ BUS BOYS—Waitress and miscall, aneous kitchen help. Apply in person between 2 and 5 p.m. Lewi* and Clark Restaurant. INSURANCE INSURANCE INSURANCE Dwight Patterson representing I.C.M.A. Illinois Commercial Men's Association Income Protection For Professional Businessmen & Women Do you Have It now? It not call before too late I Ph. 656-4841 For Introductory Offer: Name Address MAIL TO BOX 38« — EDWARDSVILLE. HA. Shop Telegraph Ads EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT ROBERTS FORD WE NEED JOURNEYMAN MECHANICS ROBERTS FORD 1863 E. Broadway, Alton 462-9233 STENO-CLERK Successful applicant will be a high school graduate with a proven background in typing, stenography and mathematics, Recent experience in office work Is desirable. Submit a resume of past employment and education to The Nestle Co., Inc. F. O. Box 498, Granite City, Illinois 68040 'An equal opportunity employer . Gorvin Deelin (S E. Elm Alton 465-2110 Charles S. Prlc* SOS N. Central 254-0314 Roxana Bob Elliott •32 N. Wood River Ave. Wood River 864-1251 Gene Presser 108 East Exchange St. Jerseyville 408-2921 H. K. McConcrtfty MoattotUe Plata Godfrey 486-2700 PERSONNEL SECRETARY Olin has an immediate opportunity for a secretary to join Its personnel department. Bequtreinento inelufle • excellent typing skill • ability to work with minimum supervision • two yean recent secretarial experience (will accept leu experience If Individual (rat above average educational qualifications) t high school education plus, preferably business •cnool or tome celltge • ability to deal effectively with Hie public If you »ro Interested In this opportunity, write giving •alary requirement, call 269-7811, ext. 2616, or apply in person at Olin EAST AIJTON, U44NOIS 68024 An ItyiM} Opportunity Employer m/f John R. Bloomer 131* Washington Alton 462-0417 WORN PROUDUT by sonwlO^OOOyOOO cars coast-to-coaat! The bumper atleker that stands for fast, friendly aervfot and economical auto Insurance, Does your oar have onaf Call your nearby State Farm agent; Dave Winnetf !• N. wood River Wood River 904-6481 ITATI MIM A STATE FARM Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. Horn* Offlce: Bloomlngton, Illinois Stele Pom It all you need to know about jnturenoe. Maurice Stark tit E. Alrllae Rosewood Height* 2S9-1SST E. Williams B. st, u>ut» Ave. Kwt Alton 884-5828 Herb Orltiemtr Jerseyville 489-4814 R. L. Claussen •19 Betoalto WvO. B«tbaJte 977-8911 Dole Neudecker >JO« Washington Alton 468-6841 F. J. Strejcek BdwardavlU* Phone •W-MM

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