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TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1968 ALTON EVENING TELEGftAPH PAGE Make this year's vacation the hest ever ... take your Telegraph along... with a VACATION SUBSCRIPTION to the Alton Evening Telegraph -Special Vacation Rates in effect until Sept. 15! • IWcekSOc • 3 Weeks $1.50 • 2 Weeks $1.00 • 4 Weeks $2.00 • . or ... order our VACATION PAK! If you'll be on the move, catch up on all the news when you get home. All of your papers will he saved in a reusable plastic bag, in day-lo-day order, and delivered to you when you return. MaU to Alton Evening Telegraph c/o Vacation, Alton, HI. rj "VACATION PAK" Carrier will collect when b« deliver* my "Vacation Pale" P Mall Subforlption at Special Bate*. Good through Sept. IB only. Nam* (Plnme Print) Vacation AdttreM State permanent Aidrew CHjr .,..,,.;. ^»ni»f-.pa^ ;i M.,..*... !*•( Copy to Be Mailed state f|av« euelowd ..... (or week* moll tub. (amount) (number) CRASH! — Down came the little gray stucco house just south of the Alton City Hall this morning when a demolition contractor hooked steel cables through the building and to the rear end of a huge rubber-tired tractor. Dust covered the area for a few minutes after the major portion of the building smashed onto the ground. A parking lot is planned for the spot. Says DEARCY: For many years, my aunt lived near a naval air base, and the noise almost drove her out of her mind. Upon her death, heirs sold the place for $22,500. A friend bought it and has put about $r<000 worth of improvements in He is now asking $55,000 for the property and may get his price. One of his major changes was central air conditioning ?rd he put in two new one-piece bathrooms. He also paid a decorator to select colors for painting and exterior and interior. One of the bedrooms for maybe a child has a crazily shaped cdling and wall. The decorator had huge colored numberals, as shown in Life magazine, painted across the ceiling ard down one wall ,for a wondcriul effect. The house is now very striking, more roomy, and the bathrooms are like jew els. W'chout so much aircraft noise, due to the air condition' ing, the house is, I think, a bargain. I 'nought your readers might like to know how one man wil'. make a profit. MRS. VILNER DEAR MRS VILNER: Sounds like a very versatile enterpr'str put his wits in this house. He might well have been readng the women's magazine, McCal!' 1 In a recent issue it states, "When you are planning to sell your house, take a hard look at every ceiling, wall and floor in it because potential buyers \s 11." This man followed thro 'gh with an expert . . . the decorator ... to handle perspective and decorating which should pl j y into the purses of ladies. By using the new Fiber- glas-re'nforcecl plastic; he is offering a practically seamless bathroom, but not quite. The new Fiherglas units actually come in three parts, containing tub, shower, sink, toilet, walls, f>>r, and ceiling. Owens- Corning Fiberglas corporation is lelliii},' in 1 public and stockholders one ol three new bathtubs, )y 197!) will be made from this niaterln 1 . The central air conditioning, of course, is a master stroke, n-arles M. llaar, an assistant secretary with the U.S. depart me> t of housing and urban developme, remarks, "Sonic boom looms as a threat to quiet ;>nd sanity. For all but a limited number of uses, airport proximity diminishes property values." Not entirely, so long as this temporary home owner se'ves prospects coffee and cookies to keep them in the house. CY DEARCY: I hear'smaller colleges have better d'scipline with students. This wmi'd make them a better educational investment for most parents snd taxpayers, in my opinion MRS. LILA DEAR MRS LILA: You m»v have a point. I also hear some of those small universities are so conservative a student has to hold up his hand before taking over the administration building. CY Flagpole Sitter Dead at BALTIMORE, Md, (AP) William C. Ruppert Sr., who spent 55 days atop a flagpole during the craze of the 1920s, is, dead at the age of S3. He died at Union Memoria Hospital Friday of an apparent heart attack. Funeral services were scheduled Wednesday. Gains Top Losses By 200 Issues in Heavy Trading Obituaries ANNOUNCEMENTS Card af thanks J Nolan Funeral services for Mrs. Ruth Ne'an will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at smith Funeral Home. Alton, with Father John Sohm in charge. Burial will follow in Upper Alton Cemetery. Friend 1 ! may call at the funeral fy-me after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Mrs Nolan, 65, died ai her home in Los Angeles, Calif., Sunday. Survi/mg are two daughters. Mrs. C'enent Diessner of Den ver, Colo,, and Mrs. Nancy Kerr of Los Angeles; two grandsons; and a ''.ister Mrs. Duggdell also of I.os Angeles. 'Mrs. Nolan's parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Watson, lived in Alton, Vaudaveer Funeral GREENFIELD - Funeral services for Miss Harriet Vandaveer of Tombstone, Ariz., a former resident of Greenfield, were conducted by the Rev. Leroy SaivlPrs al Shields Memorial Home Friday. Interment was in Oakwnud Cemetery. Pallbearers were Glenn Vandaveer, White Hall; Roy Koehm, Charles Burroughs, Perry Thaxton, Martin Roth, and Minor Barton. MrOac'ken Funeral The Rev. Donald Herri ck, pastor of First Baptist Church of Wood services at River, officiated 2 p.m. Monday at IN M'KMORY OF LAURA ALI.F.N— We would like to thank all the folks who were so hHpfitl in our recent bereavement. Our thanks to the Rev. William Turner, thf soloist Michael Wood, the pall het.rors .inrl for the flowers, food and cards, especially the Garnet Nursing Home. (Signed) THE PAMII.Y ANNOUNCEMENTS Natieis II r, — ll sAVF.S SMOO — on four loti in VnlltnPa. <inrrt««n of Eternal Life. tummage & Garage Sales 8 — n RUMMAGE SALE — Friday I p.m. Books toys, dishes, appliances, miscellaneous. Arross from Post Office, Mertorn. 8 — 911 I NEW YORK (AP)-Blue chips showed increased strength as the stock market held a good gain in active trading late this afternoon. The Dow Jones industrial average al 2 p mwas up 6.91 at 919.51. The market rose from the start. Gains held a margin of somewhat fewer than 200 over osses. OARAGE SALE—Friday and Saturday, in to A p.m. Tools, toys, and move. Sin Ferguson. Wood River. . »ASF£MKNT SAI.K—ClolhlllB. nnrl ends nnil simir furniture. All (lav Wfdnr.sdtiy. Thursdny and Friday mnrniiiRs a>7 St Thnmns SI.. V'lll;i Millie, (indfroy. Marks Mortuary. Wood R'vf>r.| Monuments—C«m. Lots 6 j for Mrs. .leanette McCracken. formerly of the Wood Rivorj area. The body was taken to Woodland Hill Cemetery for burial. Pallbearers were Gus Banged, William W. Hawkins, W W. Hawkins Jr.. Amiel Krueger, Gaile McMeen. and Howard Mourning. LaRoss Funeral Following services al 1 p.m. Monday al Smith Funeral Home, Alton the body of Mrs. Virginia LaRoss, wife of .Joseph LaRoss, 2300 Chantel Drive, was taken to Upper Alton Cemetery for buriai. The Rev Virgil San tee, pasior of the Upper Alton Baptist Church officiated at services. Pallbearers were Elwood McGuire, Kenneth Miek, Harold Hill, Cii-'l Bowers, Donald Williams, and M. E. Lawrence. 11 — .July 29 —. . . . .• .r LOSE WEIGHT SAFETY wltft D«t- A-Diet Tablet* Onlv <*c ai Honk* Pharmacy. NOTK.F. — I Will ho longer be r«- sponslhle for any debts cOrHMctM for by anyono other than tnysalf. Dat"d the ath day of July, Ifmft. Hrvln .1 Colp Jr. 221 I.on na Wnori Rivr-r and Route :' Box 17. Nowhtirg. Mo Riders MA HA — 1.1 —— RIIJK WANTED — To CJolllnsvlll* from East Alton. 8-5 or 9-fi. P5i. 2!59-77n7. MA — II WANTED—Ride to 4515 Goodfellow from North Alton. Working hours, 8-4:30 p tn. 486-5963. EDUCATIONAL Instruction 12A GARAfiE SALF — "18! CrSstvlew Or.. Kendall Hill Subdivision. Route 143 liasi of Wood Rtvcr. Wednesday. July 10. 9::m to 5. Ux- uepllnnal buys tin duality miscellaneous Hems Including S'x20" Muskln pool. 20'' window fan, clilld- stzc kitchen, children and adults clothing, toys, furniture, gns conversion burner, everything for baby including Bnbee-Tenda feed- Inp table. Uiyrtln. itrnller, plav- oi'ii. etc. Societies and Lodges 9 _ If) I2A II OPENING FOR piano or accordion students, beginning or advanced. Theory taught. Ear Is preferred. Experienced. Cheryl 4fl(i-5(i6n. Houck, Ph. Wheat, Rye, Oats, Beans All Advance CHICAGO (AP)—Wheat and rye futures advanced 2% cents a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade today, niarking their best collective forward move men! in weeks. Oats and soybeans also posted advances but corn closed virtually unchanged. The full 2%-cent advance in July wheat was posted before 1 ).m. and some selling near the close brought it down. Rye was under active local and commission house buying. Prev. High Low Close Close Wheat lul 1.27 1.24% 1.26% 1.24y, Sep 1.30% 1.28% 1.30^4 1.28% Dec 1.36% U51/& 1.36% 1.34% Mar 1.41% 1.40% 1.41% 1.4014 May 1.4414 1.43 1.44% 1.42% Corn lul Dec Mai- May Oats Jul Sep Dec Mai- May Rye Jul Sep Dec 1.11% 1.10% 1.11 1.11% Sep ,12 1.11% 1.11% 1.11% 1.12% 1.12 1.12% 1.12% 1.17% 1.16% 1.17 1.17 1.20% 1.19% 1.20 1.20 Du Pont advanced 2%, Ford 2, Westinghouse Electric 2%, Standard Oil of California 1, Lorillard 3%, and United Air Lines more than a point. City Stores, unchanged, set the pace on volume because of a block of 165,500 shares. Close behind it. was Beneficial Finance, a fractional gainer. C1T Financial, which did not trade Monday and said it had broken off merger talks with American Broadcasting, fell more than 5 points. Also very active. Commercial :redit lost 2, U.S. Industries 1%, Sperry Rand and Sunasco about a point each. International Telephone added a couple points. Gains of a joint or so were made by Chrysler, Jones & Laughlin, Woolworth, Boeing, General Dynamics, Alcoa and Allied Chemical. IBM lost about 3, Sperry Rand and Zenith more than a point each. INA Corp. gained % at 403,4 on a block of 49,900 shares. Prices advanced on the American Stock Exchange. 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1 p.m. quotations of New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area as supplied to the Alton Telegraph by Newhard Cook & Co., from its Alton branch office. The New York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations: AT&T 51% General Motors 81% Smith Funeral The body of Lonzo V. Smith, a resident of Hartford since 1921, was taken to Upper Alton Cemeterv for burial after services wer«p held at 11 a.m. Monday at Smith Funeral Home, Wood River, with the Rev. J. Edward Quick officiating. Serving as pallbearers were Frank Moore Joe Stump, Charles Kiroy. Virgil Shook, Elmer Hart, and Hugh Manahan. Masou Funeral Funeral services for Willard F. Mason were held at 2 p.m. Monday from Staten Funeral Home. The Rev. Laurence Wagley and the Rev. J. E. Camp officiated. Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jess Carmody, Richard Cousley, Harold Clark, 0 E. Fletcher, Henry McAdams and C. J. Jacoby. Edrliiigton Funeral Funeral services for Benjamin F. Eddington, 86, a for mer Brvhton resident, will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at le Wfi*'ner Funeral Hmme, irightor Friends may call after 4 p.m. oday a' the funeral home. In- ntermenl will be in Brighton emetery, the Rev. Don Riley, Brighton Methodist. Church, of- iciatinp, Eddiiiglon died in his St. Louis ome SdJurday. He had been in ailing health for six months. Fletcher Funeral The Rev. Raleigh Gordon. astor of First Baptist Church f East. Alton, conducted serv- ces at 2:30 p.m. Monday at mith Funeral Home, Alton, for Mrs. Minerva Fletcher, who died Saturday at Anna Henry Sfursing Home. Edwardsville. Interment followed in Vahal- i Memorial Park. Serving as pallbearers were Bob Hollpway, Herbert Harlan. ,arry"-Harian, Mid'ford Frazier ; Mel Edwards, and Wendell An- abaugh. WOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 1062 AI& AM—Ritual practice. Wednesday, .luly 10, 7 p.m. Visiting brethren welcome. Signed: FRANK O. SMITH, W.M. !> _ 3 .68% .67^ .681/4 .673/8 .63% .627/ 8 .5314 .63 .65% .64% .65% .6434 .67% .66% .671/8 .663/4 .67 .66% .66% .667/s 1.12 1.0914 1.12 1.0914 1.13 1.11 1.12% 1.10i/> 1.16% 1.15 1.16% M4% - 1.21% 1.20% }ranite City Steel.... 2234 Olin Mathieson 38 Owens-Illinois 62% Shell Oil 66% Sinclair Oil 84 Mobil Oil 48% Standard Oil (Ind.) 56% Standard Oil (NJ) 70% U.S. Steel Sears "lark Oil 2.54 2.53% 2,537/8 2.53% 2.58 2.57% 2.58 2.57% May — Soybeans Mar 1.20 1.19% 1.20 1.18% May - - 1.21% 1.20% Soybeans Jul 2.667/8 2.647/g 2.66% 2.65% Aug 2.65% 2.64% 2.65% 2.65 Sep 2.57% 2.56% 2.57% 2.56% Nov Jan Mar 2.61% 2.60% 2.61% 2.607/ 8 May 2.64 2.63% 2.64 2,63% Miss Goode To Sing at Band Concert Miss Marlene Goode, Hart ford, will be featured vocalist at the $ p.m. Wednesday concert of the Wood River Muni cipal Band in Central Park, Wood River, Ervin Mouish, band manager, ha? announced. The talented Wood River High School senjor will sing "All the Things You Are" and "I Fee Pretty" from "West side Story". Highlighting the band presentation under the direction oi Ken Smith, will, be "Original Concerto" by War- h, "Deep River Suite" by on, "Manhattan Tower" by Jenkins, and a variety of Other numbers. public is invited free of 70% 61% It Was Just A Little Ruse LOS ANGELES (AP) - Po lice have been hunting a mar who robbed four San Fernando Valley banks of $6,791, leavin notes signed "the fat man." Po lice Monday arrested Richarc A. Clifton in a motel and booked him on suspicion of robbery Clifton, officers said, is a thin man. Hemphill Real Estate Sales Listed The Harry F. Hemphill Agency today announced last week's real estate sales. The four-room home of Mr and Mrs Raymond E. Payntei on Ingham Lane, Godfrey, was sold to Mr. and Mrs. William R. Bettendorf Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E Paynter purchased the four Squibb Beechnut 46% | room home at 958 Herber Street. Alton, previously ownei by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L Wilkerson. The fire - room home of Mr and Mrs William J. Brown, Jr. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) — Estimates for Wednesday: Hogs 6,000: cattle 1,500: calves 100; sheep 300. Hogs 6,500: U.S. 1-3 210-230 Ib 22.75-23.25; 2-4 220-325 Ibs 21.0022.75; cows: 1-3 300-450 Ibs 18,0019.25; 2-3 450-65.0 Ibs 17.25-18.00; boars 16.00-18.25. Sheep 500; spring slaughter lambs choice to prime 27.0028.00; good 22.00-25.00; shorn slaughter ewes 4.00-7.50. Cattle 3,500; calves 150; slaughter steers choice and prime 1,100-1,150 Ibs 28.00; choice 950-1,200 Ibs 26.75-27.50; mixed good and choice 26.2527.75; good 25.00-26.00; slaughter heifers high choice and prime 875-950 Ibs 26.50; choice 750-950 Ibs 25.50-26.25; good 23.00-25.50: cows commercial 17,00-18.50: choice veaiers 30.00-34.00; good 26.00-30.00; choice slaughter calves 21.00-24.00. Produce At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs and poultry: Eggs, consumer grades: large aq-33, A medium ms, A small 13-15, B large 22-24; whole sale grades, standard 19-21, unclassified 1849. Hens: heavy 11-12; light over 8% Ibs 8; under 5% Ibs 3; at 2112 Amelia St., Alton, wa sold to Mr. and Mrs. Tom W Caffey though the courtesy o Don Bryant & Associates. The five-room home of Mrs Margare 1 E. Ray, at 301 Orl cans Av.vue. Godfrey, was sol to Mr. !<nd Mrs. Jesse Rogers The four-room home of Mr and Mrs. Donald F. Johnson, a 1012 Wallace St., Alton, was sol to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tantyp Jr. of East St. Louis. BLUE ROAN HEIFER — Uageman Lane, Brighton. 372-3958 or 46G-4fi32. ALTOJV RUTH NOLAN Visitation 7 p.m. Wednesday Services 10 a.m. Thursday, Funeral Home. MASA LODGE NO. 27 AI 7 and AM — Sceclal meeting Tuesday, July !Hh at 7:30 p.m. Work In the Third degeec. Refreshments. Vistlng brethren welcome Wm IT. WaHni, Sr.. \VM. Lost—Strayed—Stolen 10 11- 12- 'OUND — Gentle Shepherd Collie. Blr.ck with while. Owner, or give lo good home, Moro vicinity. 377-5M18. 0 — 11 LOST — Bust Alton area, tan and white long haired Chihuahua. An- swors to "Missy". Reward. Medora 720-5777. 0—10- LOST—Mexican Chihuahua. White with light brown spots. Lost in vicinity of Park Drive, Bethalto. Answers to name "Wi.sco." Call 377-8501 or 377-9865. Reward. Notices 11 .IAN MORI At. WORK, KXF'liRIIiNCED — Must be reliable and able lo drive. 45 hour work week. Apply in person. Thrilly Drug Office. SO Oak Street. 17 _ |f, UXPliRlliNCliD Uie.iol mechanic. East SI. Louis 271-2187. 17 — |0 TAXICAB DRIVERS—Must be 21 or over. Apply in person only. Hum » Men- Taxi. 15 E. Broadway. 17 _ ir, WANT ED—Registered Pharmacist. Straight proscription work. Top salary and benefits offered. Age •1(1 or under with military obligation fulfilled. Independent store doing good prescription volume. Semi resume to Kenneth F. Smith. Smith Roxult DniR Store. Bloom- Ington. Illinois 131701. 17 _ 12 TV TECHNICIAN—Local one-man shop needs part-time bench man. Sum! resume to Box IDSn, care of Alton Telegraph. 7 _ 11 ELECTRONIC TECH.—Training & service or vocational schooling will do. Solid state. $85 to $100 weekly. Downstate Personnel Service, 112 N. Main, Edwardsville. III. Phone fiH6-4744. 'UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR ENGINEER iSTABLISHED 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 stnctist confidence. Contact Caldwell - Rhoads Co., P. O. Box 3«, Jacksonville, Illinois 17 _ 10 . — Alton, Weed River, Bethalto Service with Dignity WILLIAM REESE BUCKLEY Visitation 2:00 p.m. today. Funeral 2:00 p.m. Wednesday. Rev. Paul Krebs officiating. Burial Upper Alton Cemetery. Staten Funeral Home 220 Court Alton 465-8641 46S-7320 11—20 EFFECTIVE JULY 8—New store hours. Mon. thru Sat. 9:30 - 9 Sun. 12 - B. Audrey's Tropica Fish 585 East Airline Ave., Eas Alton. II — II NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given by the Board of Education of School Distric No. 13, in the County of Madison Stale of Illinois, that tentative budget for said school district for the fiscal year, beginning July 1 1968, will be on file and conveni ently available to public inspection al Washington School. 180 E. St. Louis Ave., East Alton, Illinois In this school district from and aftei 8 o'clock a.m. on the 10th day of July. IfHiS. Notice is lurlher hereby given that a puDlic hearing on said budget will be held at 7:00 o'clock p.m. o n the 12th clay of August, lilfifi. at Washington .school, 180 ti. SI. Louis Ave.. East Alton, III. in this school district Number 13. Duied this Oth day of July. 1968. Board of Education of school district No. 13, County of Madison, State of Illinois. Signed, Robert McManus, Jr. Sec. Board of Education. 11 — TF deLafoyette Reid, DDS Seivities Trinity Lutheran Church 2:00 p.m. Wednesday Rev, Rubin Baerwald, officiating Burial Valhalla Memorial Park In state al Gent Chapel after 2:00 p.m. today. .broilers and Jtyers ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE You can place your classified ad, classified kill.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 distinct ly- 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 U 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. WANTED — EXPERIENCED LUBRICATION MAN for Chevrolet Dealer. Good Wages and all fringe benefits. Apply in person, fee service manager. .1. & H. Chevrolet, 912 East Broadway. 17 _ 10 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. Fringe benefits. Good starting salary. Call 465-6641, Alton Evening Telegraph, E. L. Bailey. 17—10 AvailABlLITY Many are fee paid. Trainees Management, sales. Jr. engineers, retail, accounting, cost clerk, drafting, production control, ship- Ping clerks, electronic techs., sales service, merchandising, foreman, lab techs, production scheduling, insurance ad.iustor. Accountants Industrial accou.Hants and public ac- C'IUIUUIHS needed by local and national firms. A dearee a must for moat of these, up to $15,000. Purchasing Locul and national openings for purchasing agents, buyers and expeditors. We need experienced man 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, expediters, supervisors, local and national, to $12.000. Sales Chemicals, food products, insurance, office machines, metals, packaging, paper products. Salaried plus expenses, some with car furnished. Engineers Civil, metallurgical, chemical, mechanical, extraction, reliability, production. R & 0. electrical, electronics Any field or discipline in enjjineerint!. We need engineers! Sales Engineer iixoelien' local and national open- Inas for various levels and <ale* engineering personnel. From !>•• almu-r to $12.000. PhDs and Masters Food technology, pharmacy, economic, aimlvst. cosmetic chemistry, toxicology, biochemical pharma- cologist, clinical pathology. Biometrics To $20.000. Wi; ARE OPKN UVICRY THUKSIIAY N'llilll Til. 8 P.M. AvailABlLITY t.5U ti. Broadway—Iii2-8831 WANT ADS WORK FOR YOU! \

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