St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri (2024)

5 5 5 5 5 DIRECTORS 0174 KUTIS FUNERAL HOME 2906 Gravois PR 2-3000 MONUMENTS 0216 7001 ROSEBROUGH Chippewa MONUMENT CO. 351-4300 5232 West Florissant 385-7766 FRATERNAL NOTICES 0232 BOB MORRIS Chapter No. 328 O.E.S. Members please attend services for Sister Elizabeth Wagner, Tues. 8 p.m.

STOCK Mortuary, 9825 Hails Ferry Rd. Betty Senevey, W.M. LAMBDA SOCIETY 6-20, 7-14, 7-20, 8-17, 6-28, 7-15, 8-14, 8-15 For information call 367-3163 LOCAL 1, I.B.E.W. Please be advised of the death of HAMILTON CHERRY TO JR. C-Maintenance Burial Venita, Okla.

(No visitation) ROY W. SACHSE, Bus. Mgr. DEATHS 0273 Agnew AGNEW, ROY W. Kirkwood, asleep in Jesus, Oct.

6, 1974, dear husband of Marie E. Agnew (nee Kessler), father of Roy and Edward Agnew, brother of Myrtle Heinemann, Ada Clarke, Daniel L. Sr. and the late Lewis E. Agnew.

Visitation Tues. 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. at PFITZINGER Mortuary, 331 S. Kirkwood Rd. Funeral service Wed.

1:30 p.m. at Concordia Lutheran Church. Interment National Cemetery. Friends desiring may make memorials to St. Louis Cancer Society.

Albers ALBERS, MARIE L. (nee Wide- man, Oct. 8, 1974, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, beloved wife of Herman B. Albers, dear mother of Mary Wolf, Edward, John, Carl, James, Helen McGurthy, Leslie, Paul, Stephen, Patricia, Kimberly and Sherryl, dear mother-in-law, grandmother, daughter-in-law, sisfer, sister-in-law, aunt, niece and cousin. Funeral from GEBKEN-BENZ Mortuary, 2842 Meramec Oct.

11, 9 a.m. to St. Thomas More Church. Masses preferred. Visitation Tues.

after 7 p.m. Baranovic BARANOVIC, MELVIN asleep in Jesus, Oct. 3, 1974, dear brother of Mrs. John (Emily) Eckrich and Mrs. G.

W. (Ann) Wesch, our dear brother-in-law and uncle. Services at BEIDERWIEDEN SOUTH, 3620 Chippewa 10:30 a.m. Interment National Cemetery. Visitation from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Wed. only. Basile See Putnam. Bertel See Wagner. ANNA on Oct.

6, 1974, Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, dear aunt, great aunt, sister-in-law, and cousin. Funeral from KRIEGSHAUSER'S SOUTH, 4228 S. Kingshighway, Oct. 9, 9:30 Interment a.m. to St.

Hedwig Church. Resurrection. Bramlage BRAMLAGE, MILDRED E. (nee Haggin), Oct. 6, 1974, beloved wife of Alfred Bramlage, dear mother of Shirley Wallis, Carol Sage and Robert Bramlage, daughter of Maude Haggin, grandmother of Cathy, Valerie and Ricky Wallis, Dana, Shelley and Alan Sage, our dear mother-in-law, sister, sister-in-law, aunt and cousin.

Funeral from CALVIN F. FEUTZ Clark bi. Funeral (Hwy. 67), Home, 9480 Lewis 10, 10:30 a.m. Interment Valhalla.

Member of LadiesAuxiliary of Moose Lodge No. 1086. In parlors after 4 p.m. Tues. Branom BRANOM, NINA Oct.

7, 1974, wife of the late Mendel E. Branom, dear mother of Mildred Piepmeier, Louella Moore and Mendell E. Branom dear mother-in-law, grandmother, great grandmother, sister-in-law, aunt and cousin. Funeral 10 a.m., at the BOPP Chapel, 10610 Manchester Kirkwood. Interment Oak Grove Cemetery.

Visitation Tues. 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Carr CARR, JOHANNA (.. ee Kiose), Oct.

3, 1974, dear sister, sister-in-law, aunt and counsin. Private services were held Oct. 7. MATH HERMANN SON'S Service. Blaszkiewicz BLASZKIEWICZ (BLASKOW) Church-Healy CHURCH-HEALY, ELLEN LIE) (nee Crowley), fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Oct.

7, 1974, beloved wite of the late James T. Church, dear stepmother of Thomas Church and Genevieve Greliner, dear mother of the late William J. and Sylvester J. Healy, dear grandmother, great-grandmother, great-great-grandmother and mother-in-law. Funeral from SOUTHERN FUneral Home, 6322 S.

Grand Oct. 10, 8:30 a.m. to SS. Mary and Joseph Church for 9 a.m. Mass.

Interment Parklawn. Member of St. Ann's Sodality. Visitation after 2 p.m. Wed.

CLEMENT CLEMENT, ADELE Oct. 6, 1974, beloved wife of the late George V. Clement, dear mother of Dorothy D. Staack and George F. Clement, dear grandmother of Steven G.

Staack, dear mother-inlaw of Glenn Stack and Dolores Clement, our dear sister-in-law, and aunt. Services 11 a.m. Wed. ALEXANDER GUARDIAN Chapel, St. Charles Rock Rd.

at Lindbergh. Interment Mt. Lebanon. Coleman COLEMAN, REV. R.

MICHAEL of Benid, Illinois, on Oct. 6, 1974, dear brother of Mrs. Doris Smith, Mrs. Jean Irvin, Mrs. Mary Coleman, Mrs.

Virginia Funk, Miss Lois Coleman, Mrs. Becky Cameron, Mrs. Carol Meredith, Mr. Charles Coleman and James Coleman, dear nephew of Mrs. Mabel Coleman, all of St.

Louis. Visitation after 6 p.m. Tues. at St. Mary's Orthodox Church, Bend, Illinois, until time of serv ices Thur.

morning, 9:30 a.m. St. Mary's Orthodox Church, Benld, with Bishop Mark Shavkin. Burial in the Russian Orthodox Cemetery, Benid. Union Funeral Home Service.

Couch COUCH, RUTH (nee Nolte) Entered into rest on Oct. 7, 1974, dear mother of Samuel and George R. Couch, our dear motherin-law, grandmother and greatgrandmother. Funeral Oct. 9 at 11 a.m.

from THE BUCHHOLZ MORTUARY, 5967 W. Florissant ave. Interment Salem Lutheran Cemetery. In parlor 3 p.m. Tues.

Dahlem DAHLEM, MADELYN Oct. 6, 1974, dear aunt of Irene Weyhaupt, Walter Dahlem, Date Magner and Harriet Newsham, dear great aunt. Miss Dahlem's body was donated to Washington Univ. School of Medicine. Daughety DAUGHETY, GLEN 6, 1974, beloved husband of Nellie Daughety.

dear father of Kenneth Daughetv, Catherine Henke, Bernice Otto. Glenda Robertson, Donna Tucker, our dear brother, grandfather, father-in-law, brother-in-law and uncle. Funeral from McLAUGHLIN'S, 2301 Lafayette, Wed. 10 a.m. Interment St.

Matthew's Cemetery Dunn DUNN, JOSEPH fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Oct. 4, 1974, at St. Petersburg, dear husband of Florence Dunn (nee Irwin), our dear brother-in-law, uncle and cousin. Funeral from DREHMANNHARRAL Chapel, 7733 Natural Bridge, 8:30 a.m. Oct.

9. 9 a.m. Mass at St. Anns, Normandy. Interment National Cemetery, Jetferson Barracks.

Mernorials to the American Cancer Society preferred. Visitation 7 to 9 p.m. Tues. Fischer FISCHER, CHARLES J. (CARL), entered into rest Oct.

7, 1974, beloved husband of Marie Otte Fischer, dear father of Robert, Donald, Carl Fischer and Carlene Plant, our dear brother, brotherin-law, father-in-law, grandfather, uncle and cousin. Funeral from STOCK Mortuary, 9825 Halls Ferry Oct. 10, a.m. Interment Memorial Park. Mr.

Fischer was a retired employee of Graham Paper Co. Visitation after 5 p.m. Gues. DEATHS 0273 Forester FORESTER, HARRY, Oct. 4, 1974, at Fort Lauderdale, dearest husband of Leona Forester (nee Shearer), dear father of John R.

Forester, dear brother of Ethel Slover, and the late Edith Bell and Rose Dodge, dear brother-in-law of Ruth Rike, dear father-in-law of Shirley Forester, dear grandfather, great-grandfather, uncle and friend. Services at HOFFMEISTER COLONIAL Mortuary, 6464 Chippewa at Watson, 2 p.m. Interment Sunset Burial Park. Mr. Forester was a member of The Masonic Lodge and also Plumbers Local No.

35 of St. Louis, Mo. Forgan FORGAN, ADA JOHNSON, Oct. 7, 1974, wife of the late J. Russell Forgan, beloved mother of Mrs.

Henry P. Wheeler, J. Russell Forgan Jr. and Mrs. Whitney Addington.

Service in the chapel of The Brick Presbyterian Church, Park av. at 91st New York City, Oct. 9, 4:30 p.m. Franz FRANZ, WILLIAM Oct. 7, 1974, beloved husband of Magdalene Franz (nee Weber), dear father of Florence Oelze, William Jr.

and Eugene Franz, dear father -inlaw, grandfather, uncle, great-uncle and cousin Funeral from WINGBERMUEHLE Funeral Home, 3819 S. Grand Oct. 10, 10 a.m. Interment SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery.

Member of Veterans of World War of U.S.A., St. Louis Barracks No. 77. In parlors 2 p.m. Wed.

Friedrich FRIEDRICH, ARTHUR L. Oct. 2, 1974, Brooklyn N. Y. Son of the late John A.

and Emma Friedrich, brother of the late John, Harry, Walter, Charles and Lillian Gravel. Uncle of Ralph Friedrich, Los Angeles, and Warren Gravel, St. Louis, great uncle. Services Brooklyn, N.Y., Oct. 7, Gardner GARDNER, FRED Oct.

7, 1974, beloved husband of Audrey J. Gardner (nee Foehr), fother of Janet B. Frerichs, dear fother-in-law of John S. Frerichs. Funeral from KRIEGSHAUSER'S WEST, 9450 Olive Oct.

9, 1 p.m. Interment MARVIN CHAPEL Cemetery, Bonne Terre, Mo. Visitation after 2 p.m. Tues. Schmierbach), Oct.

6, 1974, beloved wife of Calvin A. Geldbach, dear mother of Wanda Hagerty, Brenda Cantrell, Pamela Coffey, Wayne, Steven, Janice, Susan, Gail and Carol Geldbach, dear daughter of Louise and the late John Schmierbach, dear sister of Evelyn McCullough, Ruth Schroeder, Walter and John Schmierbach, dear daughter-in-law of Louise Geldbach, dear sister-inlaw of Eloise Winheim, Melvin, Warren and the late John Geldbach dear grandmother of Jackie Cantrell and Patrick Hagerty, dear mother-in-law, sister-in-law, aunt, niece, cousin and friend. Services at HOFFMEISTER CHAPEL, 7814 S. Broadway, 1 p.m., to Mount Hope Cemetery. Member of Calvary United Church of Christ.

In lieu of flowers contributions to Calvary United Church of Christ would be appreciated. Geldbach GELDBACH, IRMA L. (nee Schroeder), Oct. 6, 1974, wife of the late Fred Hagemeier, beloved mother of Ray (Viray), and the late Lester Hagemeier, dear mother-in-law of Gertrude Hagemeier (nee Hammer), dear sister of Lissina Finch, our dear aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral from HOFFMEISTER Chapel, 7814 S.

Broadway, Wed. at 11 a.m. Interment New Pickers. Member of Carondelet United Church of Christ, Fireside Fellowship, and Carondelet DeMolay Mothers Aux. Memorials made to Carondelet United Church of Christ will be appreciated.

Hagemeier HAGEMEIER, LYDIA M. (nee Healy HEALY, DOLORES G. Est St. Louis, Oct. 7, 1974, dear wife of the late Philip Healy, dear daughter of Mrs.

Grace Gerhart of Birds, Ill. and the late Homer H. Gerhart, dear sister of Mrs. Theodore (Helen) Janick of Birds, Ill. Mrs.

Nell Burrell of Robinson, Ill. and Mrs. Avery (Mildred) Seitzinger of Bowle, Texas, our dear aunt, sister-in-law and cousin. Funeral Thurs. Oct.

10 at 10:30 a.m. from JOHN BARNES Funeral Home. 7916 State East St. Louis, St. Philip Church for mass at 11 a.m.

Interment Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary Wed. 77:15 p.m. Visitation on Tues.

after 7 p.m. 5, 1974, beloved husband of Delores Becker Heckel, dear father of Mary Almstadt, Carol Conry, Joan Andrzejewski and Vicky Egan, George, James, William and Donald Heckel, our dear brother, father grandfather, son-inlaw, brother-in-law and uncle. Funeral from WHITE MULLEN Chapel, 118 N. Florissant Ferguson, 9:30 ferment Lake Charles. Donations to Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital appreciated.

Heckel HECKEL, EDWARD Oct. Hinton HINTON, MAJOR W. MARTIN, Oct. 7, 1974, husband of Virginia Hinton, father of Mary Kathryn Henry, dear brother and grandfather. Visitation Tues.

6 to 9 p.m. at STREEPER Funeral Home, 1620 Washington, Alton, Ill. Funeral 11 a.m. Interment Upper Alton Cemetery. ho*r See Church Hopkins HOPKINS, FRANK Oct.

5, 1974, beloved husband of Dollie M. Hopkins (nee Whittle), dear fother of Wanda Bryd, Dr. Jimmie Hopkins, and the late John and William Hopkins, dear father -inlaw of Raymond Byrd, dear grandfather of Nelda Rae Kaeser, John Byrd, Joetta Weston, Susie Marie Byrd, Connie Marie, Jimmie Frank Hopkins and the late Jimmie Frank Byrd, dear greatgrandfather of Karrie, Ricky, Cathy, Joie, Tara, and Sherri, dear brother of Hal B. Hopkins, Pearl Livingston, Beulah Mowery, Ed Hopkins and the late Myrtle Williams, dear brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and beloved friend of many, Service 10:30 a.m. at JOHN L.

ZIEGENHEIN SONS, 7027 Gravois. Interment Lakewood Park. Past Patron of Occidental Chapter 185 O.E.S. Member of Greenville Lodge AF AM, Greenville Lions Club, deacon and superintendent of Sunday School of Greenville Baptist Church Scottish Rite, and retired employee of T.R.R.A., Rose Croix Service 7:30 p.m. O.E.S.

Service 8:00 p.m. Masonic service by Fenton Lodge 281 AF AM Tues. 8:30 p.m. Huber HUBER, ALBERT, Oct. 6.

1974, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, dear husband of Mildred Huber (nee Farris), dear father of Barbara Giesler, dear brother of Joseph Humber, Ira Steirt and Elsie Mispagel, dear father grandfather, brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend. Visitation at NORTHLAND Mortuary. 7239 West Florissant from 3 to 9 p.m. then to the KEITHLY DAVIS Funeral Home, O' Fallon, Mo. for visitation from 2 to 9 Funeral Oct.

9 at 9 a.m. to Assumption Church, O'Fallon, Mo. for Mass at 10 a.m. interment St. Charles Memorial Gardens.

Mr. Huber was a member of Local 788. Contributions to the American Cancer Society preferred. Hudson HUDSON, ALICE R. (nee Fleshman), Oct.

7, 1974, dear mother of Robert and William Hudson. In state BRITTON Funeral Cuba, Mo. Services Wed. 11 Home, a.m. Interment Londell, Mo.

Jacko JACKO, STEPHEN A. fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, suddenly Oct. 6, 1974, beloved husband of the late Mary Jacko (nee Sikora), dear father of Stephen Jr. and Richard Jacko, dear brother. brother-in-law, father-in-law, grandfather, uncle and cousin.

Funeral Oct. 9, 8:30 a.m. from MOYDELL'S, Mississippi Allen avs. to Holy Trinity Slovak Church, 9th Soulard sts. Interment Resurrection Cemetery.

Member of First Catholic Slovak Union and I.A.M. Jenne JENNE, ZENA, (nee Barnes), Oct. 5, 1974, beloved wife of Adolph E. Jenne, dear mother of Alberta LaBarbera, Dorothy Shepard, Charles Jenne, and the late Alice, Louise, Elmer and Norman Jenne, our dear sister, mother-inlaw, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister-in-law, aunt and cousin. Funeral from KUTIS Funeral Home, 2906 Gravois, Oct.

9, 10:30 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Member of AnheuserBusch Senior Citizens Club. DEATHS 0273 Jones JONES, AMY HUNT, Oct. 7, 1974, daughter of the late Mr.

and Mrs. Augustine B. Jones, niece of Mrs. Lacreta MacDonald. Mass at St.

Joseph Church, Clayton, 10 a.m. Interment Bellefontaine Cemetery. No visitation. LUPTON Service. Jones JONES, JESS Sun.

Oct. 6, 1974, beloved husband the late Ida Jones, dear father of Clara Rogier, Irene and Raymon Jones, dear grandfather of Karen Rogier, dear brother, brother-in-law, father-inlaw, uncle and cousin. Funeral Oct. 10, 1 p.m. from MOYDELL'S Mississippi and Allen Aves.

Interment Highland City Cemetery, Brotherhood Highland, of Rail- Ill. Member of road Trainmen Lodge 20. Visitation Tues. 2 p.m. Lawless LAWLESS, MAE (nee Ogie), Oct.

5, 1974, widow of John J. Lawless, dear mother of Geraldine Chapman, Lorraine Black, Shirley Anterhaus, John and Robert Lawless, our dear sister, mother -inlaw, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister-in-law and aunt. Funeral from KUTIS Funeral Home, 2906 Gravois, Oct. 9 10 a.m. Interment National Cemetery.

Litt LITT, PAUL, Chicago, formerly of St. Louis, Oct. 6, 1974, dear husband of Rachel Litt, father of Donna L. Perkins, Fort Defiance, Ariz. and Steven W.

Litt, St. Louis, son of Ann and Jim Lift, brother of Norma L. Peltason. Memorial service Oct. 13, 5:30 p.m.

MAY Chapel, Temple Israel (Ladue Past Commander of Jerome L. Goldman Post 96, American Legion. Contributions may be made to American Cancer Society. Matthews MATTHEWS, ARNOLD Oct. 7, 1974, beloved husband of Estelle A.

Matthews, dear father of Arnold (Matt) Matthews, dear father-inlaw of Vallie Matthews, our dear brother, brother-in-law and uncle. Funeral from DREHMANNHARRAL Chapel, 7733 Natural Bridge 1 p.m. Wed. Oct. 9.

Interment Memorial Park. Visitation after 2 p.m. Tues. Pebworth PEBWORTH, LYLE Oct. 6, 1974, dear son of Bernett M.

O'Brien and step-son of Francis X. O'Brien, dear nephew and cousin. Funeral from SOUTHERN FUneral Home, 6322 S. Grand Oct. 9, 1 p.m.

Interment National Cemetery. Member of the D.A.V. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to St. Louis Heart Fund. Philips PHILIPS, BURTON U.S.

Army (Retired), on Oct. 6, 1974, beloved husband of Melba Philips (nee Irwin), dear father of Robert 1., and Brian F. Philips, and the late Burton K. Philips dear son of Augusta Philips of San Diego, and the late Guy C. Philips, dear brother of Marjorie Noble, Marie Philips, and Dr.

Vol Philips, dear brother-in-law, father-in-law, uncle and cousin. Funeral 1:30 p.m. at The BOPP Chapel, 10610 Manchester Kirkwood. Interment Valhalla Cemetery. Visitation 7-9 p.m., Mon.

and 2-9 p.m., Tues. Porter PORTER, WILLIAM Oct. 7, 1974, dear father of James Porter, Margaret Collins, the late Marian VanDillen, and William Porter, dear brother of Grace Coerver, dear father-in-law, grandfather, great-grandfather, uncle and great -uncle. Services HOFFMEISTER COLONIAL MORTUARY, 6464 Chippewa at Watson, 11 a.m. Interment Valhalla Cemetery.

Mr. Porter was a member of U.B. of C. and J. Of America, Local 47.

Visitation after 5 p.m. Tues. Primo PRIMO, ANNA MARY, Oct. 6, 1974, Festus, dear mother of Harold F. Primo, Paul V.

Primo, Mrs. Catherine E. Campbell, Mrs. Virginia R. Agee, Mrs.

Marie V. Govero, Mrs. Annabelle T. Beckett and Mrs. Gloria M.

Sullens, dear sister, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother. Mrs. Primo in state at CADY Mortuary, 609 Truman Crystal City. Funeral Mass 10 a.m., Wed. Sacred Heart Church.

Interment Crystal City-Festus Catholic Cemeterv. Duffy), Oct. 6, 1974, in her 94th year, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, wife of the late George Putnam, dear mother of Vera Basile, dear mother-in-law of Robert Basile, dear grandmother of Catherine M. Hallek, Margaret Ann Pendino, Alphonse Robert and Michael J. Basile, our dear great-grandmother, great-great-grandmother and aunt.

Funeral from WHITE-MULLEN Mortuary, 118 N. Florissant Ferguson, Oct. 9, 9:30 a.m. to Our Lady of Fatima Church. Interment Calvary.

Putnam PUTNAM, CATHERINE E. (nee Rugh RUGH, OTIS (Art), Oct. 6, 1974, beloved husband of Bertha Rugh, dear father of Shirley Crossman, dear stepfather of Walter and Ray Boyd, Robert and Charles Costantinou, dear brother of Vertie Amelung, Thelma Paul, Gene Rugh and the late Ralph and Clem Rugh, our dear father-in-law, grandfather, brother-in-law and uncle. Funeral from SHEPARD Funeral Chapel, 9255 Natural Bridge, Wed. 2 p.m.

to Mount Lebanon Cemetery. A retired member of Carpenter's Union Retired Fire Chief of Community Fire Dept. Sage See Bramlage. Schultes SCHULTES, GEORGE 6, 1974, beloved husband of Helen Schultes (nee O'Reilly), dear father of Ozzie Schultes and Dorothy M. Hayes, beloved grandfather of Martin L.

Hayes, Suzanne Werner and Jacqueline Edmonds, dear great great-great-grandfather, brotherin-law, uncle and cousin. Funeral from KRIEGSHAUSER'S SOUTH, 4228 S. Kingshighway, Oct. 9, 8:30 a.m. to Church of the Magdelen for 9 a.m.

Mass. Interment Resurrection. A former treasurer and life member of Brotherhood of Painters and Decorators Local 137. Visitation after 2 p.m. Tues.

Sears SEARS, JOSEPH fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Oct. 7, 1974, beloved husband of Eula Sears (nee Nevin), our dear brother-in-law, uncle, great -uncle, great- great-uncle and friend. Funeral 9:30 a.m. from the BUCHHOLZ Mortuary, 5967 W. Florissant av.

to St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Church (Jennings). Interment Calvary. Mr. Sears was a member of Veterans of World War 1, Company 1, 35th Division and a charter member of Alexander R.

Skinker Post 27. American Legion Guard of Honor service 8 p.m., Wed. In parlors 4:30 p.m., Tues. Sheehan SHEEHAN, CELESTE M. (nee McDonagh), Oct.

7, 1974, dear wite of the late John J. Sheehan, mother of the late Donald J. Sheehan, grandmother of John, Nancy and Donald Sheehan, mother-in-law, sister-in-law, aunt and cousin. Visitation 4-9 p.m. at PFITZINGER Mortuary, 331 S.

Kirkwood rd. Funeral Mass Wed. 9 a.m. at Incarnate Word Church, 13416 Olive Street rd. Interment Calvary.

Masses preferred. Silverstein SILVERSTEIN, LOUIS, Oct. 7, 1974, beloved husband of Elizabeth Silverstein, dear father of Merle and Sanford A. Silverstein, and the late Gertrude Alpert, beloved brother of Sophia Senn, Lena Arnold, Ann Wolff, all Chicago, Edna Siegel, Joseph Silverstein, and the late Rose Cohen and Max Silverstein, our dear grandfather, father-in-law, brother-in-law and uncle. Funeral services 11 a.m., at TEMPLE ISRAEL, 10675 Ladue Mr.

Silverstein was a past master of Cosmos Lodge 282AF AM and a member of the Square Club. Masonic Services 10:15 a.m. Contributions preferred to Temple Israel Edison Retreat Fund, or to a charity of your choice. RINDSKOPF SERVICE. 38 Ad Takers to Serve You! Use the Post-Dispatch "HOT LINE" MAin 1-6666 621-6666 For direct connection with an ad taker DEATHS 0213 Silvey SILVEY, ELMA B.

(nee Vinsand), Monday, Oct. 7, 1974, Beloved wife of the late John B. Silvey, dear mother of Margery Campbell, Viola Kuntz, Dorothy Cox, Harold, Richard and John W. Silvey, dear sister of Annie Davis, Ellen Reid, Melvin, Joe and Albert Vinsand, our dear grandmother, greatgrandmother, mother-in-law, sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt and cousin. Funeral from Southern Funeral Home, 6322 South Grand Oct.

10, 11 a.m. Interment Mt. Hope. Memorials to St. Luke's Lutheran Church will be appreciated.

Visitation after 6 p.m. Tues. Sittel SITTEL, MARY C. (nee Schweppe), fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Oct. 6, 1974, beloved wife of the late Henry Sittel, dear mother of the late Herbert Jacquemin, dear sister of Agnes Kelly, Peter F.

Schweppe, Fern S. White of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Ann S. Whiting of Pompano Beach, Florida, dear sister-in-law, aunt and great Funeral from SOUTHERN FUneral Home, 6322 S. Grand Oct. 9, a.m.

to St. Pius Church for 9 a.m. Mass. Interment Resurrection. Speckman SPECKMAN, GUS Oct.

7, 1974, beloved husband of Gertrude A. Speckman (nee Haderlein), our dear uncle, great-uncle and cousin. Services at HOFFMEISTER Chapel, 7814 S. Broadway, Thurs. 11 a.m.

Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery. Member of St. Louis Printing Pressmen Local No. 6.

Visitation Tues. after 7 p.m. Stobie STOBIE, DORA (nee Madsen), Oct. 5, 1974, beloved wife of the late Harry Stobie, dear mother of Ethel E. Ficht-Schlaffer, Irvin Stobie and Walter Madsen, our dear mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt and cousin.

Private services were held Mon. at JOHN L. ZIEGENHEIN SONS, 7027 Gravois. Interment Memorial Park. Member of Beacon Chapter No.

256 O.E.S. Ten Eyck TEN EYCK, WILLIAM C. Oct. 5, 1974, husband of Edith E. Ten Evck, father of William C.

Ten Evck Jr. and Richard H. Ten Evck. Funeral from PALMER PICKERING Funeral Home, Lebanon, 9 a.m. Contributions to Gideon Memorial Bibles appreciated.

Trueb TRUEB, EMIL T. (DUKE), Oct. 5, 1974, beloved husband of Helen Trueb (nee Herr), our dear brother-in-law and uncle. Funeral from KUTIS Funeral Home, 2906 Gravois, Oct. 9, 1 p.m.

Interment National Cemetery. Wagner WAGNER, PAUL fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Oct. 6, 1974. Beloved husband of Catherine Wagner (nee Coleman), dear father of Michelle Wagner, dear son of the late William and Josephine Wagner, dear brother of Sister M. Lucia C.P.P.S., Dorothy Bertel and the late Leonard Wagner and Mildred Hutchison, our dear brother -inlaw, uncle, great-uncle, nephew and cousin.

Funeral from MICHAEL FITZGERALD Mortuary, 4580 S. Lindbergh at Gravois on Oct. 9, 9:30 a.m. to St. Simon the Apostle Church for 10 a.m.

Mass. Interment SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery. Masses preferred. Wagner WAGNER, ELIZABETH LEE (MOM) (nee Alton), entered into rest Oct.

6, 1974, dear wife of the late Fred R. Wagner, dear mother of Edna L. King and Jane Pimmel, and the late Fred R. Wagner, our dear mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, great-aunt and cousin. Funeral services from the STOCK Mortuary, 9825 Halls Ferry Oct.

9, 10 a.m. Interment Bethany Cemetery. Mrs. Wagner was an honorary member of the Clement C. Mulligan Ladies Auxiliary V.F.W.

Post 6997 and the Rob Morris Chapter O.E.S. No. 328 for over 50 vears. O.E.S. Memorial service 8 p.m.

Wahlbrink WAHLBRINK, WILLIAM GUS- Sun. -Oct. 6, 1974, beloved husband of Lisette Wahlbrink (nee Wilsmann), dear father of Ella May, dear grandfather of David, father-in-law of Harry May, brother and uncle. Funeral Oct. 9, 2 p.m.

from MATH HERMANN SONS Chapel, 10212 Halls Ferry Rd. Interment Friedens. Member of Apollo Singing Hospital Society. for Memorials to Shriner's Children will be appreciated. Visitation after 1:30 p.m.

Wallis See Bramlage. Weir WEIR, LULU Oct. 6, 1974, dear mother of Evelyn Braun, Donald Smothers and the late Melba Bailey, our dear sister, motherin-law, sister-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother and aunt. Funeral Oct. 9, 10:30 a.m., from JAY B.

SMITH Funeral Home, 7456 Manchester av. Interment St. Lucas Cemetery. Deceased was a member of Kirkwood Chapeter No. 358 O.E.S.

In state 3 p.m. West WEST, Oct. 4, 1974, in Sheffield, England, Lady Winifred of Muswell Mary West, age 82 vears, Lodge, Sheffield, sister Sr. of of St. the Louis.

late Mark D. Eagleton White WHITE, EUGENE suddenly Oct. 7, 1974, beloved husband of Jeanne White (nee Nelson), dear brother of Lillian Notter, dear brother-in-law, son-in-law and uncle. Services at CROGHAN Funeral Home, 7825 Big Bend, Webster Groves, 11 a.m. Interment National Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers friends may make contributions to the Heart Fund. Visitation after 2 p.m. Tues. Whitney WHITNEY, VIRGIL L. Oct.

6, 1974, dear husband of Bessie L. Whitney (nee Growbarger), dear father of Dorothy June Poll, Mae Maples, Shirley Sullivan and Virgil L. Whitney our dear fother -in-law, brother, brother -inlaw, grandfather, uncle. Funeral from 'CLARK Funeral Home, 7400 Page bi. on Oct.

9, 2 p.m. Interment Lake Charles Cemetery. Williams WILLIAMS, BERTHA D. (Betsy), Oct. 7, 1974, wife of the late N.

Emery Williams, aunt of R. A. Kasting of Boulder, dear friend of Mrs. Suzanne Stodghill. Mrs.

Williams at LUPTON Chapel, 7233 Delmar Wed. 2 p.m. until 9 p.m. Private graveside service Thurs. at Valhalla Cemetery Yardley Yardley YARDLEY, ROSALIE suddenly Oct.

5, 1974, dear wife of E. Paul Yardley dear mother of Donald A. Arbuthnot, Imperial, Barbara R. and Mark E. Arbuthnot, Fenton, dear grandmother, daughter, sister and aunt.

Funeral Oct. 9:30 a.m. from BASLER Funeral Home, Ste. Genevieve, Mo. to Sacred Heart Church, Ozora, Mo.

Mass celebrated 10 a.m. Interment Sacred Heart Cemetery, Ozora. Zellers ton), ZELLERS, Oct. 6, 1974, dear wife of TOBITHIA (nee Claythe late Harry R. Zellers, dear mother of Bessie Thomas, Mae Barnett, Cecil, Joseph and the late Harry, Goldie and Vernon Zellers, our dear mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, sister-in-law, aunt and cousin.

Chapel, Funeral 7814 S. from Broadway, HOFFMEISTER 3 m. to Mt. Hope. WANTS ADS are for EVERYDAY TO PLACE A WANT AD Call MAin 1-6666 (621-6666) Charge It ST.


Hi-fi systems. And even TV shop business management. Class starts Oct. 14th. Computer Programming Technology If You Like to Fix Things And You Are A High School Graduate You Already Have a Start.

HURRY! GET THE FACTS TODAY CALL 534-8181, VISIT OR WRITE CONTROL DATA INSTITUTE 3694 W. Pine Blvd. St. Louis, Mo. 63108 PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE IN MEMORIAM 0315 To Place an In Memoriam Call Miss Lane 621-6666 LOST 0331 AIREDALE, female, Vicinity Meramec school, Clayton, 721-2736, reward BOXER pup female fawn (brown), vicinity Skinker-Delmar, answers to Sugar Ray.

Reward. 727-0887 CAT, small gray and white neutered male, Workman 6 Flags, reward, 1-587-2329 CAT, young black male, near vicinity Ballas-Big Bend, Fri. Reward. 822-9922 after 3 p.m. COLLIE, miniature, sable and white female, vicinity of Cleveland High School, reward.

352-1644 COLLIE, male, answers to "King" West County area. REWARD, 878- 8736 or 296-5111 DOG Mixed breed, very large brown-black male, cross-eyed, Castlepoint area. REWARD. 869-2818 GOLD RINGS, 1888 and 18XX Reward 961-4038 GOLDEN RETRIEVER, VERY OLD AND FRIENDLY, "CHIP" OR $250 REWARD, MI 7- 7600 DAYS, AFTER 5, TRY WY 3- 1829 IMPORTANT NOTICE When you have placed a LOST advertisem*nt and are notified that it has been found REQUEST the caller's identity by name, address and PHONE NUMBER and call back BEFORE making further contact IRISH SETTER, male, 11 chocker collar, generous reward. 726-3205, 863-7542 LIBERAL reward for information leading to return of medium gray thoroughbred gelding, 3 years, 16.2, tattooed upper lip, racing plates, light buckskin, light eyes, 15.2, 10 years, lame right knee, 831-2212 NECKLACE, Jade, basket in front, sterling, keepsake, reward, Mills892-1512 PEEK-A-POO, please, women's companion, all white male, 3200 Ohio area, REWARD, 771-0475 REWARD, $100, Fox Terrier, red male, North County, 371-8469, JE 3- 6843 FOUND 0356 CHIHUAHUA, male, black and white, 821-0590, 421-5900, Ext.

545. GRADUATION DAY 0471 JUDY, I love you more and more everyday. Take me back, Ed PERSONAL 0497 Can The BIBLE Be trusted? Call 776-0267 COUNSELING, idealistic volunteers who want to help to benefit mankind please call daily 9 to 12 a.m., 868-1897 LORETTA. Thank You for 25 wonderful years. I love you very much.

Gene. REWARD for information leading to the whereabouts of Devera Banks CARE OF CHILDREN AND AGED NURSING HOMES 0513 CARE OF elderly lady, private home, Ferguson area, 869-4020 SENIOR Citizen Home, licensed, couples invited, reasonable rates, 843-2856 SPECIAL NOTICES 0554 PROGRESSIVE Printing Company, 2312 Thurman, St. Louis, Missouri, has been sold to Mr. Eugene Burke of Cahokia, Illinois. The undersigned will not be responsible for liabilities contracted after August 1st, 1974.

Elbert W. Fanter, Paul Fanter. SPECIAL NOTICE, Norman C. Wolff, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, do hereby give notice that will not be responsible for any debts contracted after this date by Peter Wolff.

(Signed) Norman C. Wolff J.r. WANTS ADS are for EVERYDAY Call MAin 1-6666 (621-6666) Charge It ST. LOUIS POST DISPATCH CALL 621-6666 SPECIAL SERVICES AND TRADES 0711 CONVALESCENT care, babysitters, qualified domestic help, Suburban Services, 11157 Majorca 355- 0263, 24 hrs. BRICKLAYING, TUCKPOINTING 0810 CHIMNEY tuckpointing, porches, steps rebuilt, driveways and patios, 5 year guarantee.

Gray, 227-6393, 262 Braeshire TUCKPOINT Chimneys and house now, before winter. Reasonable. Ken, 355-3427, 771-4283, 11120 Jerries La. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS 0836 ALL types of carpentry work, siding aluminum and vinyl, roofing and concrete work. Free estimates.

Ross Const. 5512 Botanical st. 644-3763 DAVIS HOME IMPROVEMENT Replace or repair roofs, guttering. Interior -exterior decorating, electrical sewer cleaning, 24-hr. service.

4209 Dardene, 385-0203 GENERAL Repairs, painting, no job too small, 45 years experience JAMES CONTRACTING 7009 GARESCHE CO 1-8145 CONCRETE, ASPHALT WORK 0877 BAsem*nT LEAKS, concrete work Fischer 5316 Kirkland 9995 5 0684 EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES 1ST. LOUIS POST- DISPATCH OCT. TUESDAY. 8. 1974 5C (Licensed) 1116 75 YEARS MISSOURI LOEHR OLDEST IN ADMINISTRATIVE SALES CLERICAL INDUSTRIAL CREDIT: Opportunity SPORTING 00 GOODS: Need Manage- SECRETARY: Very interesting and to advance and handle department of ment for Midwest to West Coast territo- diversified in lovely new downtown ofmajor $16,000 ry.

base $16,000 fice. Minimum $500 TRAINEE: Be in the center of next AUTO PARTS: Prefer lite experience NEED IMMEDIATELY: One accountyear's forecasting. will train com- and some mechanical ability. Will train ing clerk to assist financial manager. $7,800 car and expense plus $9,600 Start Now $575 EVALUATE FINANCIAL STATE- KEY ACCOUNTS: With mangement MOXY: And accurate typing to learn MENTS: Pleasant, firm personality experience to call on institutions with all operations in this small office.

Start and analytical mind. Start $9,000 food line $18,000 Medical $500 ACCOUNTANT: Top drawer manufact INDUSTRIAL CALL: With growth SECRETARY: To work in the execuurer needs you. Degree plus some gen- firm. Work with top management. tive suite (legal department).

Really eral and cost $14,000 Some experience in accounting. $20,000 super neat! $600 TRAINEE: Learn underwriting with PHARMACEUTICALS: Some experi- NORTHWEST PLAZA: Secretary to the best people for your advancement ence to advance with this old line firm. this V.I.P. takes you away from the to management $9,000 Start $12,000 humdrum. Start to $600 PRODUCTION PLANNER: Coordi- 'TRAINEE: Learn all phases of retail HAPPY FACE: With good typing to nate between sales and production.

sales and management. Auto parts and work with the potential of tomorrow, Good math equals $9,600 $7,200 $450 B. LOEHR Since 1898 906 Olive Street Frisco Bldg. 421-1688 A 500 Northwest Plaza Northwest Plaza 291-5950 9705 Highway 66 Crestwood Bank Bldg. 965-5020 ONAL SERVICE 1750 So.

Brentwood Jos. H. White Bldg. 968-1450 1 bl. so.

Hwy. 40 MEMBER Open Saturday 'til Noon FISHING, HUNTING, VACATION PICNIC ACCOMMODATIONS 0570 HUNTING PRIVILEGES on 440 acre Ozark Ranch, $25.00 per weekend per individual, room and board available for additional charges. Prior reservations necessary as accommodations limited, abundant wildlife on premises, located close to Mark Twain National Forest. Call 417-926-3033 days or 417-261-2598 nights or write Triple Flying Double Drury, 65638 BUSINESS PERSONALS 0612 ADULTS, singles, widowed or divorced call Compatibility for recorded message, 645-1414 or 645-1415 ALLADDIN HEALTH SPA NOW OPEN DAILY 10 AM-3 AM SUN. 12 NOON-3 AM Master Charge and Bank America accepted 5211 Lucas Hunt Rd.

(at Highway 70) 383-5250 ATTENTION MEN Photograph Models, private studios, 4511 A. Manchester 10 to 10 371-0314 BOB'S HEALTH STUDIO SAUNA PHYSICAL THERAPY 1802 Allen PR 1-8472 (8 to 6) Complete Health Service SPECIAL LOW PRICE TOTALLY NEW 382-2181 5804 HELEN DELIVERY COMPANY wanted, 3 days a week. County and City. Flat rate. Write P.O.

Box 16183, Clayton, Mo. 63105 Executive Health System 219 E. Kirkham Square, 961-9505 Membership Program A Available Open 10 a.m. till 1 a.m. FAR EAST HEALTH SPA Open 10 A.M.-1 A.M.

3145 N. Lindbergh 291-1134 HIDE-AWAY CLUB HEALTH SPA OPEN WED. OCT. 9TH 8840 Watson Rd. Call Ann 843-2673 HOCKEY SEASON TICKETS 4 Parquet.

647-7500 HOUSE OF HEALTH SPA MON. THRU SAT. 11 A.M. to 2 A.M. Sun.

11 A.M. to 12 A.M. Master Charge Available 9623 St. Charles Rock Rd. 426-1348, 5 minutes from Airport A JAN'S HEALTH STUDIO MON.

THRU SAT. Noon till 4 a.m. Sun. noon till midnight 8444 S. Florissant block off 1-70 521-6550 LOSE WEIGHT, STOP SMOKING THERAPEUTIC HYPNOSIS INC.

PHONE 618-235-2077 answer: 618-397-3673 Magic Touch Health Spa Bank America Card and Master Charge accepted 10 a.m. to 3 a.m. daily Sun. 12 noon til midnight 8286 St. Charles Rock Rd.

423-1600, 8 mins. from Airport NASHVILLE RECORDING COMPANY looking for new singing talent, call 812-332-1666 PENTHOUSE HEALTH SPA 742 Lemay Ferry at Bayless 631-4600 9 AM to 3 AM RENAISSANCE SPA 11545 Gravois Rd. 843-8510 Open 10 a.m. til 1 a.m. New facilities Membership program available TOTALLY NEW TOTALLY NEW HOURS COMPLETE HEALTH SERVICE 5804 HELEN 382-2181 NOW OPEN 9 AM-3 AM BUSINESS AND SERVICE TO GET YOUR AD IN Concrete, Asphalt Work 0877 CONCRETE WORK, repair work, steps, porches, driveways, sidewalks, patios, free estimate.

Bill, 3506A California, 865-0569 MAKE YOUR OLD BROKEN STEPS look like new for the price. New method with epoxy cement, 5 years guarantee. Also do tuck pointling. HURRY BEFORE WINTER. Call Frank, 3751 Potomac, 772-8538 ELECTRIC REPAIRS, ETC.

0950 INCREASE YOUR house power now with off season rates. Chapnick Electric, 7050 Etzel, 727-7614 GARAGE DOORS 1099 GARAGE doors to fit any opening, DOORS serviced to work like new, GARAGES made longer, Len, 2620 Avie, 383-2655 HEATING REPAIR AND SHEET METAL WORK 1115 FURNACE repair and installation, gutters and downspouts, cleaning same, any size job. 821-0484, 587-3325. Bob Wayne, 525 S. Central (Kirkwood) REPAIR and install Furnace, no job is too small or too large.

WINGS, 3839 Oakridge, 383-0586 GENERAL HAULING 1131 APPLIANCES, furniture, trash, tree branches, anything. Days, nights, weekends. John's Hauling, 730 E. Pacific. 961-8265 BUSINESS PERSONAL 0612 SELECTIVE INTRODUCTIONS We unique and exclusive Dating Club for above average men and women.

We have no computers, no stag lines, we are for people who sincerely want to date selectively, not to just a Date. We cordially invite you call our nearest office for free literature and information about our qualifications. North County 731-2030 South and West County 842-6060 Fairview Heights, Ill. 398-5454 SHANGRI-LA OPEN 7 DAYS 10 A.M. TO MIDNIGHT 427-8450 TWO Season Tickets BLUES HOCKEY, good seats, 869-6367 VELVET TOUCH 3012 N.

Lindbergh Open 10 a.m.-3 a.m. 291-4283 Master Charge-Bank Americard VIP, hours Mon. through Sat. noon till nine, 343-6955, toll free, 15 min. from Lindbergh on Gravois WE INVITE you to try QUAD CITY HEALTH, 1413A 2nd Madison, Ill.

Only 10 min. from Downtown St. Louis. 618-451-6200 TRAVEL TOURS 0638 DRIVE OUR CAR 421-0098 San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Miami, New Orleans, Kansas City, Boise, Phoenix Auto Driveway 706 Chestnut DRIVE OUR CARS FREE N.Y. All States 231-7035 AAACON AUTO 506 OLIVE FREE TRANSPORTATION to Oklahoma City, 423-3737 SWAPS 0679 ACTIVE BUSINESS, 20,000 to 30,000 yearly income, will trade for farm or home of approximate $100,000 value, 831-8739 BARGAIN TIRES Going out of Business.

5820 Hampton 353-9875, 921-0684 Master Charge NEW TIRE BARGAINS, snow or regular, Master Charge, 00 6327 Chippewa, 353-3200, MO 4-5683 SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTION 1578 DRIVING Instructions, $10 per hour. West County Driving School, 12614 Fairhills, 434-5715 after 4 p.m. A HOWARD'S INSTITUTE OF THERAPEUTIC TRAINING THERE'S ONLY ONE IT'S A totally new concept. learn diet, nutrition, exercise, therapeutic treatment. Certificate and placement assistance upon completion of 10 weeks course.

Enroll now. For further information call 968-0248, 209 E. Kirkham Webster Groves LEARN WELDING: Gas, Arc, Tig Mig, production, training to certification. DAY OR EVENING CLASSES, St. Louis Welding Institute, 3854 Washington, 534-2586 SEMI TRUCK DRIVERS Train in St.

Louis. Short training program. Job placement assistance. Call 965-0946 for information, or stop in SUPERIOR TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING Dunham Terminal Bldg. 13600 Manchester Rd.

St. Louis, Mo. 63131 A TRUCK DRIVER TRAIN IN ST. LOUIS Placement assistance Keep present job while training No previous experience necessary Approved tuition assistance PREPARE FOR BIG MONEY AMERICAN TRUCK DRIV. ING SCHOOL 320 BROOKES, Hazelwood, mo.

WRITE OR CALL 731-2444 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY THIS "RESULT -PROVEN" General Hauling 1131 APPLIANCES, tree limbs, trash, basem*nt and garage cleaning. Call Dave, 409 Attucks, 821-3975 BAsem*nT cleaning, trash hauling, reasonable rates. Mavweather, 4169A Farlin, 382-2999 HAULING, garages, basem*nts. 3530 Shenandoah, 776-7590 GUTTERS, basem*nts cleaned, 645- 6848. Dave, Mark, 2035 Hiawatha HAULING AND MOVING ALBERT, 5145 Lotus, 361-6206 LIGHT hauling, Mackey, 1405 Goodfellow, 339-8629 LIGHT hauling.

Wilford Jackson, 428-4015, 2821 Annapolis TOLLIVERS Public household moving. 4218 N. Newstead. 382-2999 VETERAN needs work, basem*nt, trash hauled, garages wrecked. Guin, 2746A Chippewa, 773-4690 WRECKING and hauling.

Denton, 4315 Margaretta, 382-6979 ling. DEWEY, 5104 Towne Centre, 843-0134 RETAINING Walls Built, Sodding and seeding, all types of trees and shrubs, and yard work, light hauling. Midwest Landscaping, 12042 Old St. Charles 725-6531 TOP SOIL, grading, free service, free estimates. Call after 3.

296-7807, McDonald, Frisco Hills Rd. LANDSCAPING, TREE SPRAY 1214 DIRT, top soil fill, grading and seed- DATA PROCESSING M.I.S. PROFESSIONALS NEW STAFFING Programming Supervisor to $22,000 Programming Project Leader to $18,000 Software Programmer to $16,000 IMS Analyst to $15,000 Cobol Programmers to $15,000 Data Base Analyst to $15,000 Sr. Programmer to $15,000 Send resume or call I.B.A. (314) 421-4727 411 Nth 7th St.

Louis, Mo. 63101 FLORAL SCHOOLS 1636 DESIGN CLASSES, Oct. 15, Thurs. 842-1195 SITUATIONS WANTED 1735 MAN needs job, 8 vrs. printing experience, cold type and composition, 1 yr.

retail store experience. 731-3717 MAN WANTS steady or part time work. Box B-220, Post-Dispatch PORTER wants work, full, part time. References. 385-0207 any work SENIOR CITIZEN wants part-time office work, experienced all phases, call 725-0748 after 2:30 p.m.

Employment Agencies, Licensed 1776 MANAGEMENT POSITIONS "NO EXPERIENCE" SPECIALTY RETAIL STORES "HIRING SEMINAR THIS WEEK" EXCLUSIVELY IN OUR OFFICE Excellent starting salaries -Pleasant working conditions -Full Company Benefits Employee Discount -Bonus plan and Stock options FEE PAID To inquire and arrange an interview with our client Call 421-4727 I.B.A., 411 No. 7th, St. Louis, Mo. 63101 ALARM board observer, good salary, interesting work, maturity Republic 872-9300 ANSWER PHONES, and type records, no fee to $525 PROGRESSIVE PERSONNEL 411 N. 7th Rm.

1201 241-0820 APPLICANT INTERVIEWER $750 month and up, no fee, will train Republic Personnel 872-9300 CLERK TYPIST: Above average, ideal county location, good benefits! $500, Miss Shannon, 727-4787, Snelling' 135 N. Meramec. COMPUTER OPERATOR TRAINEE: Local company will train technical school graduate on IBM equipment. Call 421-4727, I.B.A., 411 Nth 7th St. Louis, Mo.

63101 CUSTOMER service, $6000, fee reimbursed, car and expenses, no overnight, Republic 872-9300 DISPATCHER, night shift outstandling for college student urgent, Republic 872-9300 ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN 'LIFE SAVING DEVICES" NO EXPERIENCE TO $10,000 YEAR Testing, troublehooting, prototype building and assisting in desig of measuring and monitoring patient care products. Sophisticated electronics apparatus. on experience, Tech School or military trainTing 7th, needed. St. Call Louis, I.B.A., Mo.

63101 421-4727, 411 0015 PROGRAMMER--PART TIME $10.00 Per Hour Send resume to IBA 411 N. 7th, St. Lous, Mo. 63101 DO THE JOB" "LET AN EXPERT CLASSIFIED FEATURE. Landscaping, Tree Spray 1214 TREES, shrubbery, trimmed, topped, removed, yards power raked, seeded, fertilized.

M. O. Parks, 776-3476, 4988 Odell PAINTING 1271 ATTENTION-Save Money Don't paint without my bid. Papering, vinyling and etc. Guaranteed, Insured, neat SCHENK, 1530 S.

Big Bend, 647-1111. If no answer, Call 621-7487 PAINTING, complete dry wall hanging, taping. Free estimates. Bob, 3425A Magnolia, 664-0064 PRODUCTION CONVEYOR LINE PAINTING AVAILABLE. VULCAN MFG.

6755 SOUTHWEST, 645- 5527 PAPER HANGING, CLEANING 1297 PAINTING, plasterins. carpentry, roofs, Johnson, 3725 low 1, 865-4367 PAPER HANGING, vinyl and foil, Larry Triplett, 6711 Sandy Hill 895-2567 PLUMBERS (LICENSED) 1354 PLUMBING PROBLEMS We've got the answer and the lowest prices. All and any type plumbing and heating repairs plus installation. Violations corrected. No job too big or too small.

Serving city and county. Absolutely no travel charge. Free estimates. Credit terms available. 24 hours.

7 days. Call Vic Synder Plumbing, 752-0031, 9503 Manchester EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES (Licensed) 1116 ENGINEER: Any degree in Engineering $12,000 to start, Fee Paid, local. Train in marketing and customer service. Call 421-4727, I.B.A. 411 Nth 7th, St.

Louis, Mo. 63101 Executive Secretary Shorthand helpful but will consider use of transcriber if you have good executive background, and good typng skills. Location is campus-like county area. FREE. $7800.

KAY WILLIAMS PERSONNEL 818 Olive 3rd Floor 25 So. Bemiston, Clayton Phone 621-8484 or 721-7188 FIGURE CLERKS, several needed with some experience, no fee to $500 PROGRESSIVE PERSONNEL 411 N. 7th Rm. 1201 241-0820 FINANCAL MANAGEMENT "NO EXPERIENCE" $650 Month Bonus 2-vear comprehensive training program. Learn credit, personnel, etc.

International organization. To arrange your interview call 421-4727, I.B.A., 411 No. 7th, St. Louis, Mo. 53101 FREE! Typist, keep company records, figure work.

$500, Mrs. Berry, 621-1311, Snelling 319 N. 4. General Office $500 N.W. county.

Answer phones, type, very lite dictation, 621-8181. Person- nel Services, Inc. GENERAL office month, type 40 WPM accuracy more important, great boss, Republic 872-9300 LABORATORY TECHNICIAN TRAINEE: College chemistry required. $168.00 week Food industry, excellent working conditions, good benefits. Call 421-4727, I.B.A.

411 Nth 7th, St. Louis, Mo. 63101 MANAGER TRAINEE Entry level, new opening for person who wants challenging and rewarding future, with excellent starting salary plus profit sharing CONTINENT PERSONNEL DOWNTOWN 421-0640 CRESTWOOD 842-5252 ST. CHARLES 723-0970 HAZELWOOD 731-5656 CLAYTON 863-3933 MECHANICAL APTITUDE $65 MONTH FEE PAID PRODUCTION SUPERVISION CALL 421-4727 I.B.A., 411 No. Seventh, St.

Louis, Mo. 63101 PROGRAMMER LOCAL COMPANY $14,400 FEE PAID Send resume to IBA 411. N. 7th, St. Louis, Mo.

63101, or call 421-4727 PROGRAMMER- PART TIME $10.00 Per Hour Send resume to IBA 411 No. 7th St. Louis, Mo. 63101 RECEPTIONIST $425 (FEE PAID) Accurate typist. Will consider someone returning to business world.

QUALITY SERVICE 621-4846 RECEPTIONISTS TYPE NO FEE 540 PROGRESSIVE PERSONNEL 411 N. 7th, Rm. 1201 241-0820 ECONOMICAL RATES 2 lines for 14 Days Only $21.84 ROOFING, SIDING, GUTTERING 1396 AFFTON Roofing, repairs, free estimates, 4659 Heidelberg, 752-2329 DOCKETT BROS. ROOFING CO. All types roofing, replaced and repaired.

Guttering. Free estimates. Licensed and bonded. 9552 Madelaine, 426-6684 ANYTIME. PRIDE ROOFING CO.

Serving Great St. Louis. Asphalt Shingles, Slate, Tile INSURED. For free estimate or 24 hour service, call 894-1284 or 894-1297. 5436 Casa Royale ROOF and guttering, new or repair, done myself, south city.

Benny's, 2732 Hereford, 773-8615 ROOF and guttering, new or repair done myself, south city. Benny's, 2732 Hereford, 733-8615 ROOFING Hot Asphalt or shingle. Exterior painting. Tuckpointing. Guaranteed work, at down to earth prices! SALE Hot tar, before Oct.

31, '74 and you, will be charged last years prices. Take advantage of a last chance deal. Written guarantees. Insured workers. Free estimates.

Call: Contractors, 652-4841, 1108 Boyle ROOFING and guttering, new and repair, chimney work. Call Milt, 2311 Nebraska, 664-7414 To Place A Want Ad Call 621-8686.

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