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16 The Daily KegistasMail, Galesburg, III Saturday, October 10, 1953 Business and Social Scions Aid Parties WASHINGTON MB — Leaders In the nation's business and social circles were among the major fi nancial "angels" of the Republi can and Democratic parties in 1952 and 1953. The Rockefellers, the Mellons, the Pews and the duPonts contributed handsomely to the Republican National Committee, while the coffers of the Democratic National Committee got hefty boosts from the Dukes, the Vredenburghs, the Fields and the Sonneboms. Names Filed Names of individuals contribu-. ting funds to the two political parties must be filed with the clerk of the House six limes during an election year and four times in off- years. Federal law prohibits any individual from donating more than $5,000 to a national political party, but puts no limitation on how many members of the same family may give the maximum. Neither does it require publication of the names of donors to political groups which are not national, such as state committees. The Rockefellers, for example, gave $17,000 to the GOP National Committee in 1952. Families' Pleas To Wayward PWs Flown to Tokyo WASHINGTON (UP) — Recorded pleas from the families of 23 American Korean war prisoners who refused to come home have been flown to Tokyo for delivery to the POWs if possible. The Veterans of Foreign Wars said the recordings were carried on regular Air Force flights and handed to Wayne E. Richards, VFW commander-in-chief, who is now in Tokyo. Richards will try to get the recordings delivered to the 23 American prisoners. The recordings, part of "Operation Last Chance," are mainly strong personal pleas from the prisoners' families asking them to renounce Communism and come home. It's safe to hold a queen bee in your hand because the queen uses its stinger only on other queen bees. CLUB WOMEN MEET AT ALPHA—The 31st annual meeting of the Henry County Federation of Women's Clubs was held Thursday at the Alpha Methodist Church with the hostess club, the Alpha Community Woman's Club. Shown from left in front of the church are Mrs. C. E. McLaughlin, president of the Alpha club; Mrs. O. W. Wing, chairman of the hostess committee; Mrs. Leo Gregory of Avon, the 15th District jun ior director; Mrs. J. S. Housman, Canton, 15th District president; Mrs. C. Elmer Larson, Geneseo, president of the Henry County Federation; and Mrs. Roy Burnside of Fairview, 15th District conservation chairman. Principal speaker was Dr. A. L. Hunsicker of Galesburg State Research Hospital. Mrs. Theodore Johnston was in charge of registrations and Mrs. Paul Weir of reservations. READ THE WANT ADS Legislators Recess Hearing Of Ivy Charges CHICAGO UPI —A legislative commission's inquiry into allegations by Dr. Andrew C. Ivy that medical groups had conspired against him because of his sponsorship of kre- biozen, a controversial cancer drug has recessed until Oct. 19. The adjournment was ordered Friday after a lawyer sought to show Ufa I Ivy, University of Illinois educator, sought widespread pub licity for a meeting at which he announced the apparent usefulness of the drug in cancer treatment The attorney, Randolph Bohrer contended—and Ivy denied—that the purpose of the meeting on March 26, 1951, was to arouse sentiment to prevent Dr. Steven Durovic, discoverer of krebiozen and his brother, Marko, from being forced to leave the United States when their visitor's visas expired. The Weather Ohio Governor Pressed for Taft Successor COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP) — Gov. Frank J. Lausche of Ohio said today he would appoint a senator to succeed the late Sen. Robert A. Taft in "reasonable time" despite a suit against him to make the governor name a successor "forthwith." The suit was filed Friday by for mer Lt. Gov. Paul Herbert, a Republican. It said that Lausche, by failing to appoint someone forthwith, is denying the appointee opportunity to familiarize himself with the duties of senators. Herbert Charges Dereliction The suit against the Democratic governor alleged that Lausche "is derelict in the performance of his duties solely for political advantage." Lausche said "Mr. Paul Herbert, of course, has the legal right to file the suit. I regret that he did not see fit to talk with me before the action was instituted." MARKET REPORTS TODAY GALESBURG IIOG MARKETS Oaletburfl Order Buyer! (C. B. & Q. Stockyards* The market Is steady. Top $2(1.75. 200-260 S20.50-S20.75 270-300 S20.00-J20.4O Packing sows ?l7.25-$20.25 4$ ,\i 4 shrdul shrdfu shrdul uuuuu Rest Home Owner Slated for Trial For Abandonment ON ROUTE 150 Across from Airport SUNDAY SPECIALS OPEN 9 TO 6 Owned and Operated by BILL KBEMHELLER Pound Can Grouni Beef Pound DEL MONTE 46-oz. Can - BUYS SPARKS—N. A. (AI) Halpern above of Peoria has bought Sparks Ready-toWear Store and will supervise the store operations beginning Monday. He has been associated with women's apparel stores for the past 12 years in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and Peoria. The store will continue the same lines of merchandise and service policies as in the past, Halpern said. He plans to add several nationally-known lines of merchandise in the future and to enlarge the sportswear department. Personnel at Sparks will remain the same, Halpern, announced, as will credit policies. Mrs. Halpern and their son, now living in Peoria, will make their home in Galesburg as soon as housing is located. ILLINOIS: Mostly fair and pleasant tonight and Sunday. Low tonight 4248. High Sunday 72-78 north and 78- ; 83 south. j IOWA: Mostly fair and pleasant to-! night and Sunday. Low tonight 40-48. High Sunday 70-78 northeast and 75-' 82 southwest. \ CHICAGO AND VICINITY: Fair and pleasant today, tonight and Sunday. | High today 76, lower near lake. Low I tonight 48. High Sunday 76. Low Sun-1 day night 45. Light, variable winds. Outlook lor Monday: Fair and pleas- 1 ant. I GALESBURG AND VICINITY: Most-i Iv fair and pleasant tonight and Sun- d'ay. Low tonight 48. High Sunday 76. Low Sunday night 44. LOCAL WEATHEH Noon temperature 74; morning's low 41. Clear, wind southwesterly. No precipitation. (Friday's maximum, 75; minimum, 42.) Sun rose today at 6:06 a. m., sets at 5:28 p. m.: moon sets at 6:24 p. m. Morning stars, Venus. Jupiter and Mars; evening stars, Mer' cury and Saturn. HIVEH STAGES Dubuque—7.2 fall 0.1. Davenport—3.6 fall 0.1. Burlington—7.2 fall 0.1. Keokuk—2.8 rise 0.5. LaSalle—10.6 fall 0.1. Peoria—11.6 0.0. Havana—5.0 rise 0.1. Beardstown—9.3 rise 0.2. Grafton—14.8 fall 0.3. St. Louis—0.3 fall 0.1. St. Charles—10.2 fall 0.1. next Nov. 9 on charges of abandoning old people in the rest home she operated here. The matronly - looking woman faces charges of operating a confidence game, violation of the 'habitual criminal act and obtaining a check under false pretenses. The trial date was set Friday by Circuit Judge William R. Dasher after he granted a defense request for a continuance. Mrs. Danielson pleaded innocent. Officials have accused her of leaving old persons to shift for themselves in her rest home after accepting money to care for them until death. BUSIINELL LITESTOCK Estimated receipts 350 hogs. Market active, most bids steady on choice arrivals. Sows, bidding steady. No cattle or sheep market on Saturday. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK (By THE ASSOCIAAED PRESS) HOGS—300 salable; top $21.60 paid for several loads choice mostly 1:10-230 lb. averages; bulk choice 200-260 lb. butchers closed at $21.25-$21.50 with most 170-100 lb. at $20.25-$21.35; sows in larger lots weighing 300-550 lb. closed at $18.75-$20.50 according to weight. CATTLE—200 salable'/, at least 25 loads prime 1050-1425 lb. fed steers $28.75 -$.'10 .00, top $30 for two loads high prime 1100-1125 lb. averages, bulk choice and prime fed steers and Yearlings 000 lbs. and heavier $24.50-$2R 50, prime 1525-1650 lb. beeves $25.25-$27.50. choice 1851 lb. weights $23.75, good to low choice steers mainly $19.50-$24; most utility to low good steers $12.50$19; two loads high prime 1128 and 1147 lb. Kansas fed heifers $27.75, bulk choice to low prime heifers $22-$24.75; good to low choice heifers $17 J $21.50, light utility grass heifers down to $9.50; utility and commercial cows $9.50-$13, mostly $12.50 down; canners and cutters $7.50 -510. bulk $8-$9.50, utility and commercial hulls $11-$13.50, good heavy and medium weight fat bulls $10 -$12, few choice yearling bulls to $17; few choice and prime vealers $23$24, bulk commercial to choice $15- nnn-rnnn TII CTIT>\ *T I $ 22 ' cuU and "'""y $8-$14; good and HOLM UKU, 111. (UP) — Mrs.[choice feeding steers under 900 lbs. Mabel Danielson, 59, goes on trial[yeariings and steers calves $15.50$19.50. SHEEP—100 salable; bulk of the good to choice wooled native lambs at $17-$19, cull to low good lambs SB$16; choice 112 lb. yearlings $16 and some mostly good grade $12, most cull to good slaughter sheep brough $4-$5. A few good and choice sorts at $5.25$5.75. The submarine's major offensive weapon, the self-propelling torpedo, was invented in 1866 by Robert Whitehead. Rh'AD THE WANT ADS WELL DRILLING Prompt Service. Reasonable Pricoa and Work Guaranteed. JONES & SCHMEISEB SEE HOBEN BROS. lie S. Prairie - Phone 2161-1 Prayer Misunderstood SINGAPORE (UP)—A woman; visited the shrine of the virgin goddess Wong Koo Leong to pray for prosperity. As she knelt two armed men robbed her of $35, then escaped. MR. FARMER! Buy your furtilizer from • dealer (hat has a complete line. A. & M. COAL & LIMESTONE CO. HAS ITI APPLES FOR SALE Sprayed and Hand Picked. Jonathans, Grimei Golden, Dellcloui. 6 mi. N. of Galesburg, Vj ml. W. Bring container!. EDWIN SMITH GALESBURG GRAIN MARKETS Consumer Oraln ft Supply (Grain bids at 1:30 p. m.l CORN, No. 2 old $1.31 COHN, No. 2 new si.30 OATS, No. 2 .67 SOYBEANS, No. 2 $2.44 DeForotf Feed ft Seed Co, I Galesburg-Abingdon) (Grain bids at 1:30 p. m.) WHEAT, No. 2 $1.77 CORN, No. 2 new $1.31 OATS. No. 2 .67 SOYBEANS, No. 2 $2.43 Galesburg Soy Producli Co. (Bids at 1:30 p. m.) SOYBEANS, No. 2 yellow $2.47 PEORIA PRODUCER'S LIVESTOCK MARKET SUMMARY Week of Oct. 5-9 Inclusive Salable receipts of livestock at the Peoria market for the week totaled 10,400 hogs, 1760 cattle, 405 calves, 1425 sheep and lambs as compared with 24,200 hogs, 2000 cattle, 525 calves, 1,545 sheep and lambs a week ago, HOGS: The hog market continued Us seasonal. decline, dropping about 2.50 this week. Fresh pork trade sharply tower, mostly 5.00-8.00. Bulk of receipts attractive butchers weighing from 190240 lbs. On Friday most 200-240 lbs. butchers $21.50; 170-190 lbs. $20.50$21.25; 250-300 lb. $20.75-$21.25. Sow market mostly $2.50 lower. Choice sows under 375 lbs. sold at $20; 375-550 ;bs. $18-$10.50; most boars sold from $13 to $16. CATTLE: Cattle receipts moderate, less choice kinds, more .short feds. All cattle 50c lower Monday but loss recovered later In the week. Choice steers and yearlings ranged from $23 to $25.50; a few $26. Good kinds $19 to $22. Commercials clown to $14. Choice heifers $21-$23.50; commercial to good kinds $13-$20. Cows steady to $1 lower. FOR SALE 1949 2-ROW OLIVER CORN PICKER Excellent condition. F. W. MORLING Phone 8041-4—Galesburg, 111. TURKEYS Fancy Heavy Young Toms 26 Lbs. and Up 35* Lb. Put one in the freeier at this low price. This Week Only, Dale Poplett DAHINDA, ILL. Mrs. Siimmerfield Settles Tax Claim Of §100,000 WASHINGTON (UP) — Mrs. Arthur E. Summerfield, wife of the postmaster general, has settled an income tax claim involving about $100,000. L. Rhoe Walter, special assistant to Summerfield and director of the Post Office public information service, said: "Mrs. Summerfield settled the claim and neither he (Summerfield) or Mrs. Summerfield have any further comment to make." The Internal Revenue Bureau declined to comment. Officials indicated, however, the claim must have been settled at a regional office. It was understood the case originated in 1947 when the Summerfield Chevrolet Co., Flint, Mich., bought her stock for $400,000 and she and the Internal Revenue differed over whether it was 'possible to pay a capital gains tax rather than the higher rate income tax. Honest, Anvwav MEMPHIS, fenn. "(UP)-Newspaper circulation men found a payroll check for five cents in a coin box attached to a newspaper rack. Wallace G. Ellis had endorsed the check, and used it to buy a newspaper. Will Pay Cash! For 3 or 4 Bedroom House in Knoxville Write Box 615, % Register-Mail Corn Picking PLOWING No Job Too Small or Large. —Go Anywhere— H. E. VARNOLD Phone' 2084-2 343 E. Second St. FOR SALE Extra Good ALLIS-CHALMERS TRACTOR W.C., with W.D. steering, pulley, cultivator, P.T.O. Priced at $200. WAYNE CARLSON ( miles north o! Williamsfield on Route 180 FOR RENT—Brick bldg,, 310-312314. E. Main, Knoxville, 76-fl. ironl. Plate glass, cement floors. One large display room and office for autos or machinery, and office 60 feet deep. One office.. Display room, and metal lined room for feed and seed storage and large work room for auto repair, this part 75 ft. deep. Excellent location for grocery, hardware, paint, auto sales and repair, implement, feed and seed, cream station. Fluorescent lights, gas, and if taken at once oil heat available. All In excellent condition Mrs. Glenn Elker Leu, 404 E. Main St.. Knoxville, 111. Phone 9S-3322. Don't Dig Up Your Sewer *OTO-ROOTIR| FOR CLOGGED TfWERS A DRAINS PHONE 7789-6 I* NO ANSWER. CALL 371M Cricket fighting is a national 1 pastime in China, and records of: the contests are kept much like those of horse races in the United; States. j READ THE WANT ADS WE PRINT IT Business Cards or Catalogues. We Offer Quality Work . . Reasonable Prices! The Daily Register-Mail DUR0C BOAR & GILT SALE Tuesday Nighi, Oct. 13 — 7:30 — 60 HEAD — Cholera Treated Blood tested and clean. RAY L. JOHNSTON Aliona, Illinois WILL LEASE Food establishment in Galesburg, has finest equipment, good money-maker for right person, suitable for man and wife operation. Ad replies confidential. Write Box 618, care of Register-Mail, giving name, address and phone number. FEEDER CALF AND CATTLE SALE At The UNIONVILLE AUCTION SALES Unionvtlle, Mo. Wednesday, October 14 Starting at 1:00 P. M. Will have several hundred top quality Feeder Calves. A large listing of Yearling and 2 year old Cattle. Also several bunches of good Stock Cows. These caltle will consist of Angus, Hereford and Shorthorns, fresh from farms the morning of sale. If you wont to buy top quality cattle, be here! WILBUR K. WENSEL OWNER AND AUCTIONEER Phone 56 Phone 144 SALESMAN WANTED! SALESMAN, resident of Galesburg and surrounding counties. Reliable, sincere, neat appearing. 21-55 years, married, who has the ability ot self - supervision and appreciate pleasant, dignified sales work. Car necessary. We offer the finest sales training program to insure even an inexperienced man success, If accepted. No high pressure selling. Our 100-year success patterns offer one of America's finest opportunities for promotion to a confident hard working man. Our business has no off seasons, provides good security regardless of general business conditions, offers exclusive territory with steady repeat business each year. Full earnings paid weekly. No traveling. Average salesman earnings of entire organization for past year was $83 for a week. Above average men earned $172. Many ranged up to $250 for a week. For personal interview phone MR. LEICH, CUSTER HOTEL 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. October 12 and 13 OPEN FOR INSPECTION Sunday, October 11 1 io 5 P. M. New 4-Room Frame Bungalow Located 1428 Florence Ave. Be sure to see this lovely home. A. U. Johnson Realty, Realtor 453 Jefferson Dial 4575 180 Count. CANNON IRREGULAR Regular $1.25 Value Nylons Shadow Seams 3 Pairs We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities! For Lowest Prices on Used Furniture Stop at Coffey Auction Company! We have lots of good used furniture. We also give Complete Auction Service on any kind of sale. COFFEY AUCTION COMPANY 771 West Main Street Phone 1591-8 DUROC BOAR AND GILT SALE Wednesday, October 14, at 7:30 P. M. 3 '/2 miles north of Monmouth on Highway 67. We are proud of this very commendable offering since it | s the result of our planning and efforts to better the breed end present the best to the buyer. You can find what you •re looking for in this sale. LESTER MILLER MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS REGISTERED SPOTTED POLAND CHINA HOG SALE CARL SEILER, ONEIDA, ILLINOIS -40- BOARS -10- GILTS FASHION ACE All plg$ vaccinated for cholera and erysipelas. All bangs tested. Bangs Free. Plenty of new blood for old customers. Have just purchased the 1953 Grand Champion Boar of Iowa, Missouri and Spencer, Iowa, Fairs. See him sale nightl Tuesday Eve., Oct. 13 1953 SALE STARTS AT 8:00 P. M. 1953 Held at KNOXVILLE SALES BARN, Knoxville, Illinois AM«tioneers-luke Gaule (Springfield, III.) Rolland Lindsey, (Woodhull, III.) Clerk - Loren Johnson (Oneida, III.) Write For Catalogue Lunch by Youth Fellowship of Ontario Congregational Church. Hpttrr boat cows $ft.1B to $18, mostly $!1 down. Cnnncrx nnd cutter* |7- to f!).50; thin shells down to $3. Bull mnrko.t steady. Most bulls $lfl-$t.1; Rood flit hulls nround $11. Calf top $23. L.imb top $17.. r >0. Optometrists say (hat good vision is e.s.sen(in) to (ho enjoyment of 3-D motion pictures. Cigarette output in the Netherlands last year reached an all-time high ot 9,340,000,000. FOR SALE Hampshire Spring Boors Eligible lo register. Vaccinated and tested. New blood lines. Also few open gilts. Carrol Oaks 3 Miles North and 2 East MONMOUTH, ILL. SHIPP AUTO SALES . & Standard Service 516 N. Seminary St. Dial 8-1362 or 3938-2 WINTER IS JUST AROUND the CORNER It's Time to Winterize That Car! 1 PERMANENT ANTI-FREEZE AND ALCOHOL 1950 Ford, 2-Dr., looks and rum like new. 1953 Ford Vi ton Pickup, ft'i brand new, 1950 Willyi Jeep with governor power takeoff, factory made 2 wheel luggage Trailer. Duo Therm Oil Burner CONCRETE Special price if contracted for before Oct. 31 Septic Tanks -o— This is the "Perfection" Septic Tank, The Best on the Market! GALESBURG VAULT CO. 240 W. Main Ph. 2401-6 WANTED To save you money on all your long distance moving both in the state of Illinois and to any other state, or Canada. Never make a long distance move until you get at least 2 estimates because all the rates are not the same. We will have space available for part loads of household goods to and from Chicago or any point enrouie, Oct. 9, 10/ 11. Storage space available now. Call 5659-6. Nil Way Movers Used Furniture For Sale CORBIN'S AUCTION HOUSE 639 S. Cedar St. 20 ROOMS OF BEDROOM FURNITURE Complete Beds $7,50 up Dreuers $4.50 to $19.50 Chest of Drawers, New, Unfinished and Uied „ $6.50 up Child't Che»t o Robei $14.95 up 3 Wardrobej $4.00 to $7.50 Gate lee Tablet $8.95 Breakfait Sell $7.50 up Oil Heateri $1.00 up 4 Warm Morning Heateri, Uied $22.50 to $39.50 Estate Heatrola - .. . $12.50 Hospital Beds (will sell or rent) $49.50 end $59.50 Cabinet Bases _- $14.95 up New Studio Lounges . $49.50 Green Living Room Suite (New) must be seen to be appreciated Only $149.50 Bran-Divan Hide-A-Bed $147.50 New and Used Living Room Suites _ $7.50 up Used Electric Refrigerators $12.95 up Mew Platform Rockers $13.95-$39.95 New Blonde Bed Roum Suite with Mr. and Mrs, Dresser (slight damage) _ _ $79.95 3-Pc. Used t]edroom Suite $37.50 Metal Porch Chairs _ _ $1.99 ea. New 9x12 Congoleums (For 1 week only) ... $4.99 ea. lots of Other New and Used Furniture Bought, Sold and Traded Daily. If you have furniture, tools, antiques, or anything of value to sell, we will buy 1 piece or • house full and pay cash. If you need furniture or furnishings always come down to Corbins in the low rent district and save money. Open for and doing business dally from 8 a. oi. to 5.30 p. m.