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MONDAV, JtJLY 8,1968 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGfi Obituaries Reid Dr. deLafayette Held, 79, 821 Peart St., Godfrty, who had been lit fading health since 1959 and hospitalized tor a year, died i 1 ** LA" field was a member,, at noon Man and Ora, both of Kafflps-l at 10: Sunday. Dr. Reid, a dentist in the Upper Alton area for over 45 J Wednesday where friends may call until funeral services at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Rubin fiaer- waid officiating. Burial will foi< low in Vahalla Memorial Park, The Madison County Mental Health Center and the Lutheran Hour have been designated as Memorials, yeaft, retired in the spring of 1960 because of failing health. He conducted his practice in Upper Alton since 1013, and was in the same building at 2500 College Avenue since he was graduated cum laude from the dental school University. of Washington Active in civic events, he also held posts in city and state den* tal societies. He participated in many projects in Upper Alton ville; 13 grandchildren; and 34 great-grandchildren. The Rev. R. A. Badger will officiate at services at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the summit Grove Church. Burial will be in the Summit Grove Cemetery. Visitation will begin after 2 p.m. today at the C. c. Hanks Funeral Home, Kampsville. Buckley Rolland H. Leever, 74, former- J Allen Funeral which wete sponsored by the Upper Alton council Of the GAAC. Dr. Reid also was active in Boy Scouting years ago when he was responsible for forming the first troop at the Upper Alton Baptist Church. A native of Mt. Vernon, 111., he waa born July 0,1888, to the late Mr. and Mrs. George William Reid. He received his elementary and high schooling in Mt Vernon, and was a member of Xi Psi Phi professional fraternity while attending Washington University School of Dentistry. He is survived by his widow, Dorothy Norman Reid, four sons, DeLafayette, of Springfield; Sigmund of Alton, George William HI of Munsing, Ind.; and Robert W. at home; a stepson, John C. Helm; a daughter, Mrs. James Relnhardt of Alton; nine grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; a brother, Will Reid, of Marshall, Mo.; and a sister, Mrs. Tom Kellogg of Prescott, Ariz. Beside his parents, he was also preceded in death by three brothers and four sisters. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday at Gent Chapel. The body will be removed to Trinity Lutheran Church, of which Dr. ly of Roxana, died at 1:45 p.m. Sunday at ConnetBville, Ind., shelter home, where he was taken after apparently suffering a heart attack while on a church picnic. Born in Vandalia, HI., April 4, 1894, be was the son of the late Edward and Ada Leever, Mr. Leever was one of the first coancllmen of Roxana and also was village clerk. He was an employe of Shell Oil Co. from 1022 to 1034 in the distilling department before moving to Rushville, Ind. A retired farm bureau em- ploye at Rushville, he was a member of Little Rock Front Church where he served as su< perintendent of Sunday School and as a deacon. He was a member of the American Legion Post 150. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Harold Gruell, of Rushville, Mrs. Eugene Taylor of Connersville, Ind., Mrs. Richard Riffpy of Shelby County, Ind.; two sisters, Mrs. C. J. Weidner of Wood River, and Mrs. Raymond Keeler of Farina, HI. A brother and a sister, and his wife Carrie, also preceded him In death. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Moster Mortuary with burial following in East Hill Cemetery. Visitation win begin after 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Mortuary. William Reese Buckley, a former Altofllan, 79, died at 4 p.m. Sunday at Good Samaritan Hospital, Mt. Vernon. Mr. Buckley retired 14 years ago as a clerk for the Curdle & Runzie Feed Store. He was born June 1, 1880, in Litchfietd, to the late Mr. and Mrs. William Buckley. A World War I Veteran, he was a member of American Legion Post 95 of Vandalia. His wife Phoebe, died in 1955. Survivors include four stepdaughters, Mrs. Al Krebs, and Mrs. Urban Krebs, both of Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. William Adams of Benton, 111., Mrs. R. C. Ireland of Mt, Vernon; a step-son, Albert Meyer of Alton; and a sister, Mrs. Hilda Kuehnel of Alton. A brother and a sister also preceded him in death. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday at Staten Chapel where Rev. Paul S. Krebs will officiate at services at 2 p.m. Wednesday followed by burial in Upper Alton Cemetery. JfiftSfiYVlLLE - Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Allen, a former resident of Grafton and Dow, were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Gubser Funeral Home, Jerseyville, with the Rev. William Turner officiating. Burial was In Alton Cty Cemetery. Pallbearers were John Allison, Norman Maul, Gregory Maul, Peter Maul, Faye Humphrey, and Stanley Darr. Terry Funeral Fathe? Roger J. Simpson was celebrant of a Requiem High Mass at 9 a.m. today at Our Lady Queen of peace Catholic Chuarch lor John J. Terry, who died Saturday at Alton Memorial Hospital after being in ill health since April. ANNOUNCEMENTS Personals s <-Abate monthly tensions ing pen, Burial was in Short Cemetery. Pallbearers were Eugene Miller, ChprJes Eaker, Ed Simmonds, Louis Ricks, James Ricci, and Dale Ball. Davis Funeral Funeral services for Robert (Tode) Davis Jr. were held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Russell' Anderson Funeral Home with Rev. Thomas P. Wright presiding. Burial was in Alton City Cemetery. Pallbearers were George Hunt, George Stewart, Cleo W. Johnson, Nathaniel Fisson, Homer Simpson, Alvin Holloway, officiate! at services Saturday at 2 p.m in Streeper Funeral Home tot Matthew E. cordef, who died Wednesday at St.. Joseph's Hospital where he had been a pntient since June 15. Interment was In Upper Alton Cenntety. serving as pallbearers were Greg Rupe, Howard Shaw, Clem Jarrett, Leland Thomesson, Harold Simmons, Glenn Dawson, Howard Sandbetg, Ray McKinney, and Ken Boyd. Colbert Funeral A Requiem High Mass was celebrated at 9 a.m. today at SS Peter & Paul's Catholic Church with Father bett as celebrant for Miss Mary Colbert, a retired clerk atL 8 , Young's Department Store for 20 years. Interment followed In St. Patrick's Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were! Walter Wittman, John Davey, Joseph Broderick, Edward Wea-1 with Abata Tablets, only Mo. Henk« Pharmacy. Rummage & Garage Sain s — a -.-•—•- ----- — -~RUMMAGE SALE — Friday Books ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice* 11 —. SO Tim, in II nun. II ! , EFFECTIVE JULY »—NftW ItOtt hours. Mon. thru Sat 9:30 . 9. sun. 12 . e. Audrey* Tropical Fl«h, 88S Bflit Alfllne AVS., Bait . DUUIia. tuyo. muceiianeotis. otfiee, Medora. GARAGE SALE — 581 .... Dr., Kendall Hill SuBdlvlilon. Route 143 Ea« Of Wood River. WedMsda* July 10,9:30 to^Sg. Mliskm pooT"26" win7ow n &n, 8 cfii$. kitchen, children and adults , ... toys, f version burner. " t including Baoi .. _. table. Layette, stroller, play ceptional buy» on duality laneoui item* Including Mus size clothing, toys, furniture, ga* conversion burner. Everything for baby including Babee-Tenda feed etc. Societies and Ledges 6 - S — .rnnn-.. EMPLOYMENT Help Wonted—Mole EXPERIENCED — MALE ADULT Retail clerk. Evening hours. Will consider retiree. Write box 1020 care of Telegraph. 7—13 war* ; PEY, W.M. Graham MAN FOR JANITORIAL .. EXPERIENCED — Must be refl able and able to drive. 48 work week. Apply la Thrifty Drug Office. 60 ~ HIBBARD LODGE NO. 249 AF * "--- _ Brighton, Illinois, special ..... s « i. _ ««. _. _» tx/nt*1 breth ver, James State, and Richard 1 9 _ 9 Staten. ten and areat grandchildren. V YOUNG MAN—To assist in custom er relation work. Excellent potent lal with good company. $100 week ly plus company car. Over years. DOWNSTATE PERSON NEL, 112 N. Main, EdwardSVllle 656-4744. Evenings 466-1865. ernon oavis. W.M Sidney Welch. Keen, and Bunch STREEPER Funeral Home lew ALTON RUBY SIMPSON Visitation Smith Funeral Home. Service* Tuesday, 1 p.m., Funeral Home. Eddington BRIGHTON — Funeral arrangements are pending at the Warner Funeral Home, for Benjamin F. Eddington, 86, formerly of Brighton, who was found dead in his apartment in St Louis Sunday. He had been in falling health for the last six months and hospitalized a few weeks ago at DePaul Hospital. Born in Brighton, Feb. 17, 1882, his parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. John W. Edding- JERSEYVILLE — Funeral services were held today at 2 p.m. at the Gubser Funeral Home for Mrs. Nellie Graham, who died at 6:50 p.m. Saturday at the Jersey Community Hospital. Rev. Carlton G. Christenson officiated at the services. Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Graham was the daughter of the late Amos and Mary Livingstone Stroud and was born in Jersey County Nov. 12, 1882. Survivors are one sister, Mrs. Geneva Henderson of Jerseyville and four nieces. Corder Funeral Rev. Robert Bowling, pastor of Cherry Street Baptist Church, Roe Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha Roe, wife of Dossie Roe, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Bethel Baptist Church, with burial fo'Jowing in the Liberty Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Ripperdan Funeral Home in Mulberry Grove. Mrs. Roe died at 12:40 a.m. today at the Utlaut Memorial Hospital in Greenville. Beside her husband, she also leaves two daughters, Mrs. Bonnetta Whitten and Mrs. Josephine Stoneburner, both of Vandalia; and a son, Maurice of Alton. PIASA LODGE NO. 27 AF and — special meeting Tuesday, Jul 9th at 7:30 p.m. Work In the Thlr degeee. Refreshments. Vlstln brethren welcome. Wm. H. Wagnr, Sr., WM. ton. Survivors include a brother, Edgar of Palo Alto, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Ross Bennett of Staunton, Mrs. Marcella Wood of Little Rock, Ark,, and Mrs. Elnora Bott of Godfrey; nieces and nephews. A brother Russell of Collinsville preceded him in death last week. Nevius WILLIAM BUCKLEY Visitation 2:00 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral 2:00 pja. Wednesday. Rev. Paul Krebi offlctatlnf. Burial Upper Alton Cemetery. Staten Funeral Home 220 Court Alton 4*1-8441 448-7320 KAMPSVILLE - George Truman Nevius, 87, of Kampsville, the last of 11 children of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hicks Smith Nevius, died at 5 p.m. Saturday at Sunrise Nursing Home, Hardin. He was born in Calhoun County, Oct SO, 1880. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Marguerite Bland of Eldred, Mrs. Eugenia Hausmann of Colorado, Mrs. Edna Blck of Hardin; two sons, Har- Turner For Mgratulaupn* or lint * love. the nicest way ol saying what you feel. Without putting a strain oa yow budget PH. 3774439 SMITH'S Lawn It Qardi* Supply "S.W «- deLafayettte Reid, DDS Servicw Trinity Lutheran Church 8:00 pan. Wednesday R«T. Hubta Butrwald, of flouting Burial Valhalla Memorial park In it«U »t Gent Chapel after 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, HARDIN — Charles Oscar Turner, 71, a farmer of Batchtown, died at 10 a.m. Saturday at his home. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Turner, he was born April 20, 1897, in Batchtown. A World War I veteran, he is survived by his widow, the former Bertha C. Gfllespie;, a brother, William E. of Washington; and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson of Olympia, Wash. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St Barbara's Church in Batchtown with burial following in St. Barbara's Cemetery. Visitation will begin after 2 p.m. today at the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home in Hardin. Eberhart EDWARDSVILLE - Mrs. Gladys Eberhart, 60, of 219 W. Union St., died at 8:40 p.m. Saturday at Barnes Hospital, St Louis, where she bad been a patient a month. Employed by the Bank of Ed- wardsvtlle the past 16 years, she was bora Feb. 16, 1908 at Edwardsville, a daughter of the late William F. and Emma B. Bollmann Spitze. She was married Sept SO, 1929 to Raymond R. Eberhart, who died July 31, 1948. She is survived by a son, Ray W. Eberhart of Edwardsville, and four brothers and two sisters: Melvin C. Spitze, Oliver L. Spitze, Vincent H. Spitze, Miss Leota Spitze and Mrs. Henry I. MIHer, all of Edwardsville, and Warren W. Spitze of Baton Rouge, La. There is one surviving grandchild. She was a member of Ijn> manuel Methodist Church, the church WSCS and served as financial secretary for the church. Visitation will be after 4 p.m. today at the Weber Funeral Home, where services will be cpnducted at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday by Rev. Phillip Gardner, pastor of Immaimel Methodist Church. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Chester Funeral Services for Mary E. Chester, U.S. Officials Hope Plans Can Be Set On Nuclear Curbs WORK, rell- hour EXPERIENCED Diesel mechanic East St. Louis 271-2187. 17 — 10— TAXICAB or over. DRIVERS—Must be person OL._ 15 E. Broa EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted—Female 18 18 — 9 10 — 8 LOST White female German Shepherd, 3 years old, answer* to the name of Star. North Alton Area. 4664702. LOST—Mexican Chihuahua. White with light brown spots. Lost In vicinity of Park Drive. BethaUo. Answers to name "Wtsco." Call 377-8501 or 377-9883. Reward. _ Apply In jjerspn_onl Ham & Merv Taxi, way. 17 — 15 __—_— WANTED—Registered Pharmacia Straight prescription work. To salary and benefits offered. .Ag 40 or under with military obllg tlon fulfilled. Independent sto doing good prescription volum Send resume to Kenneth F. Smith, Smith RexaU Drug Store, Bloom- Ington. Illinois 61701. 17 "~ DELIVERY MEN UNITED PARCEL SERVICE, en equal opportunity employer has an opening In their Alton operating center for a young man at least 21 years of age. If you are a high school graduate or equivalent, have a clean accident record and can pass a strict physical examination you would qualify. We offer $3.47 per hour, company paid health and welfare benefits, promotions based on merit. Apply Tuesday, July D. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Miway Mouse, Godfrey. Ask for Mr. Heck. 17 — 13 EMPLOYMENT HAIRDRESSER WANTED — Full lime preferred. Guaranteed salary. Good hours. 4654639. 18 — iQ CURB GIRL—Out of school, able to work days or evenings. Vons A&W Root Beer Drive In, Wood River. _______—. LADY to clean house — Apply 1414 Alby, Alton. : EXPERIENCED HAIRDRB8SER — Have opening for part or full time, 462-686* OT 466-3293. ' EXPERIENCED — Responsible lady for babysitting as needed with 1 year old in nice home. References. Write Box 10M Care of Telegraph. 18 — 10 Help Wonted Female 18 lg - i| 1 1- - -i ..... - YOUNG WOMAN — To plan and conduct activities tor children and young people In group work agency. College graduate — some experience. Write to box 1000 C C/O Alton Telegraph. _ WANTED— Licensed practical nurse. 3-11 and 11-7 shift Full or part WANTED MATURE housekeeping and Hours 8 to 4. S LADY .FOR and babysitting. days week. Apply in person. Joe and Janes Market, 2729 Vlewland. time. Bill-Fountain 100, Godfrey. 18 — July 28 10 Manor, Route Notices 11 By LEWIS GULICK Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. officials say they hope the United States and the. Soviet Union will work out a formula by the end of the week for starting talks on curbing the nuclear missiles race. U.S. disarmament chief William C. Foster, plans a preliminary meeting with Ms Soviet counterpart, Alexei A. Rosh- chin, before the 17-nation disarmament conference opens its summer session July 16. Foster plans to leave for Geneva about Thursday. He and Roshchin as delegation heads for the two nations sponsoring the continuing disarmament parley are to stake out the agenda for the conference's round. Hay Talk On Missies If, meanwhile, Washington- Moscow diplomatic exchanges have not completed the missile talk arrangements, the two may tackle this also. It is possible that for international political convenience the two super powers will use the Geneva conference as an umbrella for their missile curb deliberations. But the serious bargaining seems most likely to come in private, two-power meetings; perhaps in Moscow or Washington rather than Geneva. U.S. authorities figure neither of the major atomic powers want to bare nuclear strength, the heart of their military might, before nonnuclear kibitzers, at the formal Geneva gath ering. The seeming readiness by the two nations to at last tackle their own arms rivalry head-on has created an atmosphere of an employe of St. Joseph's Hospital in the dietary division for four yean, were held «t 1 p,m. Saturday at Smith Funeral Home, Alton, with the Rev. James Smith, pastor of Spring Street Assembly of God Church, officiating. Intermt-nt Mowed in Upper Alton cemetery, Serving as pallbearers were sons, Uonald E. Chester, C. Richard Cheater, James R. Chester, Perry E, Chaster, Da- Hippies Seek New Campsite BOSTON (AP) - Hippies want to leave their encampment on Boston Common for a new home at a former ammunition depot reservation. The plan was announced Sun* day in "The Common Newsletter," a mimeographed hippie publication. It said that representatives had contacted the governor's office and the State Department of Natural Resources about establishing a permanent camp on the 3,200-acre site acquired from the federal government last year. The land is in Hingham, Co hasset, Scltuate and Norwell, communities along the state's South Shore within commuting distance of Boston. Robert Yasi, commissioner of natural resources, said Sunday he Is willing to discuss the pro* posal, but added that any such, camp would have to be open to «v«ry«w ind be ponced by Ute state. excitement among Washintgon trategists dealing with disarmament and East-West relations. The 1963 limited test ban treaty restrained the super power arms race only in a special way because it still allowed nuclear weapons development through underground test blasts. The nonproliferation treaty signed last week outlaws the distribution of atomic weapons to nonnuclear nations but does not prevent the nuclear nations from adding to their own arsenals. Special Motive It is assumed in Washington that the Kremlin timed its June 27 announcement of readiness to begin the talks on missile restraint in order to promote sign- ngs of the nonproliferation pact >y the nonnuclear countries. The have-not states were pressing for a curb by the large powers on themselves. But the more general cause 'or Moscow's announcement is believed to lie in military and economic reasoning similar to that in Washington: the expensive antiballistic missile sys- :ems now being developed by the two powers will only spur development of still more costly offensive missiles without providing true military security. And the Soviet economy is rated so much smaller than Americas' that its arms spending cuts more deeply into domestic programs, even though the Kremlin has no Vietnam war outlay comparable to Washington's. 11 — July 29 ——————— LOSE WfelGHT SAFELY with De* A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98o at Honke Pharmacy, 11 — 8 NOTICE — I will no longer be re- sponslbki for any 'debts contracted for by anyone other than myself. Dated the 8th day of July, 1968. Ervln J. Cole Jr. 244 Lorena Wood River a — TF — UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR ENGINEER ESTABLISHED consulting firm engaged In municipal work has immediate opening for registered (Illinois) professional engineer. Ideal situation for ambitious, mature man. Permanent position as administrative officer - engineer and/or part owner of firm. Profit sharing and stock option. Replies held In striotlst confidence. Contact Caldwell - Rhoadi Co., P. O. BOX 342, Jacksonville. Illinois. 17 — 10 18 R. day* with week ends off. pay and fringe benefits, appointment 466-5331. 18 —5. 8. 9 POSITION OPEN—Steady ' vacation Call for HELP WANTED city of Alton CLERK TYPIST— at S28J/310 per month ACCOUNTING CLERK— at 1310/320 per month KEYPUNCH OPERATOR— at M40/ 350 per month. All applicants must be residents of Alton, high school graduates, with some schooling and experience In related field. Apply Civil Service office, Room 204A, Alton City Hall, or call 462-1931 for more Information. Office open 10 AM to S PM, Monday through Friday. fc No applications accepted after * PM, IMMEDIATE OPENING for ambitious young woman with sales experience. Downstate Personnel Service. 112 N. Main St., Edwards- vllte, 111. Phone 656-4744. 18 — S, 8, 9 WILL TRAIN young woman with light typing for data processing work. Must be neat and attractive. Downstate N. Main St., Phone 656-4744. 18 — 8 Personnel Service. EdwardsvlUe, . 112 111. 7/1 ClviL SERVICE COMMISSION James H. Ohley, Chairman ANNOUNCEMENTS Cord of Thanks 2 — « — WELDQN E. WELCH — We would like to express our sincere thank* to relatives, friends and neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement We especially like to thank Mala Street Baptist Church, Rev. Benjamin Bonn, pallbearer*, Smith Funeral Home, those who sent food, flowers, cards, or assisted in any way. Wife and family 2 — 6 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. I 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 WANTED APPRENTICE PRINTER — 18 years of age or over, high school graduate, typing skill of 50 words a minute preferred. Opportunity to learn an excellent trade. F r i n g • benefits. Good starting sal WANTED FEMALE CLERK — For part time employment. Applications wlU be accepted after 9 a.m. Tuesday morning. Ben Franklin, S10 West Delmar, 466-1141. BEAUTY OPERATOR WANTED— FuU or part time. Shur Kurt Beauty Shop, Greenfield, IU. 368-2200 after 6 p.m. 18 — July 25 . EXPERIENCED HAIR STYLIST— with foUowlng, room for 2 stylists. 259-9840. WE WISH to extend sincere thanks to everyone for their thoughtfulness and kindness durlna the illness and after the death of our husband and father, 'Henry C. Rice. Jr. We especially want to thank Rev. Lawton, Rev. Joiner, Rev. Shelby, Fletcher Funeral Home, pallbearers, pianist, choir, all relatives, neighbors and friends who sent flowers, food, and cards. Signed Mra. Irma Rice and! family MISC. FOR SALE Constant Supply STOlWSEiO US—SAVE if Hyman-Miohaeli cannot tions. answer any ques- Shop Telegraph Ads I 465-6641, Alton Eve ning Telegraph, E. L. Bailey. 17 _ 10 Help Wtd., Mafe-FtiiMto 19 19 — 8 . ALL TYPES OF OPENINGS—Up to $650 per month. American employment, 726 E. Broadway. 19 — io ———— FRY COOK — Experienced. Able to work days or evenings. Von's A&W Root Beer Drive In, Wood River. 19 — 12 ' APARTMENT MANAGER—68 Garden Apartments, 5 years old. Located in Alton. Would prefer couple with experience in apartment management and maintenance, • but experience not mandatory. Willing to train. Salary plus apartment. Please send resume with photo to Box 103CT Care of Alton Evening Telegraph. 18 — 10 AvailABILITY Many are fe» paid. Trainees Management, sales, jr. engineers, retail, accounting, cost clerk, drafting, production control, shipping clerks, electronic techs., sales service, merchandising, foreman, lab teens, production scheduling, Insurance adjuster. Accountants Industrial accountant* and pubUe accountants needed by local and national firms. A degree a must for most of these, up to $18,000. Purchasing Local and national openings for purchasing agents, buyers and expediters. We need experienced men and trainees for the purchasing profession. Industrial Engineering Have openings in most phases of 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, salaries to $15,000. Production Control Trainees, planners, schedulers, ex pedltors, ' supervisors, national, to $12,000. local"' and Salesladies 19A ARE YOU BORED, broke, or both? Can you work 20 hour* for $100. Phone 462-4945. AvailABILITY SECRETARY—Work for account ex ecutlve In large advertising agency Typing and s/h required. Start $375$400. Fee paid. BOOKKEEPER -STENO — Expert enced with figure work. Good typing ability. Prefer some light shorthand, but not essential. 37-hour week. Start $3254375. 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 9285 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 S350-WOO mo. KEY PUNCH OPERATOR—Experienced In both Alpha and numerical. 026 and 059 IBM. Start $3504400 mo. ACCOUNTING CLERK—No typing required, but must have good math aptitude and ablltly to work with detail matters. $360 to start. STENO — Experienced or qualified beginner. Type 50 w/m. shorthand 80, with good clerical abUlty. Start $325 mo. WE HAVE MANY OTHER OPENINGS AvailABILITY WE ARE OPEN EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT 'TIL 8 P.M. 659A East Broadway — 462-8831 SQWSUMN 20 Sales Chemicals, food products. Insurance, office machines, metals, packaging, paper product*. Salad- fd_plus expenses, some with car 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 level* and vale* engineering personnel. From beginner to $12,000. PhDs and Masters Food technology, pharmacy, nomic analyit, cosmetic ' toxicology, biochemical .... cdoglst. clinical pathology, metric*. EMPLOYMENT 20 — 10 ——————— CHILDREN BACK to school to a few weeks. Are you Interested In changing positions before then? Now is the time. Permanent and dignified positions with quick promotions to the right man. Given thorough training, car necessary. Write Telegraph Box 1050 for Interview. 20 — 10 DREAM COMES TRUE—Spend the days with your family or go fishing or play golf and In an hour or so either your wife or yourself can set 4 to 6 appointments using a recorder to demonstrate an amazing electronic camera. Five approved applications nets you $500 commission per week and additional monthly bonus of $500. After your Initial training you have the choice of making your appointments from our office or your home. Phone St. Louis 721-2354. Situations Wtd.—Mate 21 21 — 15 . MUSICIAN—Plays both vloUn and guitar. 1414 Alby Street. EMPLOYMENT ROBERTS FORD WE NEED JOURNEYMAN MECHANICS ROBERTS FORD 1862 E. Broadway, Alton 462-9233 eco- To 120,000' WE ARE OPEN EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT «m » V.M, AvailABILITY 659 B. Bro«dw«y—t62-8831 BUSINESS SERVICE BUSINESS SERVICE REPAIR AMD RCMODCUNQ t AOO-A.ROOM « KITGHINi, el», Construction ALTON - Q«ll fir FfM E.tlmiU ABERT Siding and Modernizing IITHAITO STENO-CLERK Succeedul applicant will be a high school graduate with • proven background In typing, stenography and mathenm- ttotj. Recent experience in office work la desirable. Submit o resume of past employment and education to The Nestle Co., Inc. F. O. Box 428, Granite City, UinoU 62040 An equal opportunity employer PERSONNEL SECRETARY Olln has an immediate opportunity for a secretary to join its personnel department. Requirements induce • excellent typing skill • ability to work wllh minimum supervision f twojfeow recent secretarial experience Iwllf accept less experience If Individual ta above average educational qualifications) • Man school education phis, preferably b«*lite» school of looto colloflo t ability to deal effectively with the public If you are Interested to *W» opportunity, write giving •alary requirement, call 250-7811, ext. 8010, or apply In person at \ \

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