Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 19, 1953 · Page 10
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wmm to yvmt i of «* CHANGES OF PRECINCT BOUNDARY LIMBS AND * POLLING PLACES. *nth {1th) precinct of th6 third Wflfd shall be as follows:— Beginning at the center of the intersection of fieecher Ave. and Dudley street, thence east along THLRD WARD BJS &a R« S J? 7 - . !C «A^h «>o fth al0 "g the,railroad right of ..Wvl^Sw to the cit y limits; thence Li S? l & *i i he . ^? . ranch Sh -JS west along the north City limits C.B.&Q. R.R. right orway; thence ^ the ^ tersection o£ Beecher south along the rail-road right of A to include Walsh Ave . way td the center of East Fremont then ^ e §outh al the center line Street; thence east along the cen- o£ Beechef Ave to the place o{ ter line of East Fremont Street, bcginning . The polling place shall to Include the north side of Fre- b resldence at No> 1169 Beecher mont street, to the intersection of 1C East Fremont street and the main line of the C.B.&Q. R.R. right of The boundary lines 0 f the First way; thence in a south-westerly (1 t) precinct of the sixth Ward direction along the railroad right & a . * ftl i nwa . street, to a point at the head of Grove street, the place of beginning. The polling place shall be the Maple Ave. Fire Station. of way to the center of East Losey shall be as follows: Beginning at the intersection of street, to Inc ude Lincoln street; w t - Main and Ccdar street thence east along the center line th th a , th ccnter line of East JJ. of North Cedar street the present limits, to include the north side of north boundary line at No . 500 N , East Losey street; thence north Cedar gtreet thence wegt on a along the east City limits to the „ t No 50Q North to the center City Limits; thence west along of Maple Ave.; thence south along the north City limits to the p ace th center ]ine £ M , Ave to °M , b u gI ^ jn i J}\\ V ° Ung ' ?r Ce the intersection of W. Main street, Will be ; Th«sMcNftil Implement Co. to j d d th east side f M j The boundary lines of the Fifth (5th) Precinct of the Seventh Ward shall be as follows: Beginning at the East City lim- 4 its on East Knox street, thence west along the,center line of East Knox street, to include the south side of East Knox street to a point 350 feet west of the center line of Locust street; thence south 793 ft. through the center of the recreation room of the Lillian Taylor |of East South street, the place of beginning. The polling place shall be in the basement of Lillian Taylor School. (Rear of Lombard Jr. High.) The boundary lines of the Sixth (6th) precinct of the Sixth Ward shall be as s follows: Beginning at the City limits on North Henderson street; thence South* along the center line of North Henderson street, to include the East side of North Henderson street, to the center line of West Losey street; thence east rflong the center line of West Losey street to include the north side of — - .West Losey street, to the center School to the center of Maiden u ne 0 f Maple Ave.; thence north Lane; thence East along the cen. aIong the center line 0 f Maple ter line of.Maiden Lane to the Ave > to j nc i ude the west side of Center line of Locust street; & ap i e Ave., to a point 225 leet thence south along the center line soutn 0 f tne cen ter line of Harvey of Locust street to the City limits street; thence East 137 feet; on a line produced South across thence north 275 feet through the East Fifth street between house cen ter of the Gymnasium of Bate- numbers 1295 and 1302 East Fifth man School, to include the west street; thence East and North half of sa ^ school building; along the City limits to the center whence west 137 feet to the center line of East Knox street, the placeh| ne 0 f Maple Ave,; thence north of beginning. The polling place along the center line of Maple Ave. i . A . *T * * A QI C r~ sha11 be in _ th * basement of Lillian t0 the north city limlts to inc i ude located at No. 1533 E. Fremont St. AVe . thencc Eagfc along the cen . Tay i or school (Rear of Lombard the west s id e of Maple Ave.; ' ter line of W. Main street to in- Jr. High.) thence west along the City limit The boundary lines of the sixth c i uc j e the east side of Maple Ave.; • line to the place of beginning. (6th) precinct of the Third Ward thence East along the center line The boundary lines of the Third The polling place shall be the shall be as follows:— ( of W. Main street to include the (3rd) precinct of the Seventh Bateman school at 979 Maple Ave. Beginning at the intersection of nort h side of W. Main street to Ward shall be as follows: RLPTJSl S rntn n i - he p,a i Ce ° f h *$ m l**- ™ e P o11 " Beginning at the intersection of The boundary lines of the fourth branch of the C.B.&Q. U.K. right , ng p i acc shall be Consumers Day | n d East South streets; thence (4th) precinct of the Sixth Ward of way; thence south along the railroad right of way to the intersection of Dudley street; thence west along the center line of Dudley street to the intersection of Beecher Ave., to include the south side of Dudley street; thence south along the center line of Beecher Ave. to the intersection of East Losey street, to include the east side of Beecher Ave.; thence east along the center of East Losy street to the intersection of N. Pearl street, to include the north side of E. Losey street; thence south along the center line of N. Pearl street to the intersec- Grain Elevator at No. 371 W. Main south a | ong t he center line of Day shall be as follows: St. street, to include the east side of Beginning at the north City lim- Day street, to the City limits; its at N. Henderson street, thence The boundary lines of the Eighth thence east along the City limits south along the center line of (8th) precinct of the Sixth Ward to the end of Davis street to in- North Henderson street to the ln- shall be as follows: Beginning at the North City limits at Maple Ave.; thence south along the center line of Maple Ave. to a point 50 feet norht of the center line of Harvey street, to include the east side of Maple Ave.; thencQ East 137 feet; thence south 275 feet through the center of the gymnasium of Bateman School, to include the east half of said North street to the intersection of Walnut Ave., to include the north side of W. North street; thence south along the center line of Walnut Ave. to the intersection of West Main St., to include the east side of Walnut Ave.; thence west along the center line of West Main street to the intersection of Henderson street, to include the south side of West Main street; thence south along the center line of South Henderson street to include the east side of South Henderson street to the Main line tracks of the A. T. & S. F. R.R. thence in a Northeasternly direction along said railroad tracks to the intersection of West Main Street and Maple Ave.; thence north along the center line of Maple Ave., to include the west side of Maple Ave., to the intersection of West Losey street and Maple Ave.; thence west along the center line of West Losey street to include the south side of West Losey street to the place of beginning. The polling place shall be The Kaiser-Frazer Garage located at 513 West Main Street. North Arthur Ave.: thence west on the center line of West Main street to the center line of South Arthur Ave.; thence south alortg the center line of South Arthur Ave., to include the East side of South Arthur Ave., to the main line tracks of the A. T. k S. F. R.R.;- thence in a northeasternly direction along said railroad tracks to the center line of South Henderson street; thence North along the center litfe of South Henderson street to the center line of West Main street, to include the west side of South Henderson street; thence East along the center line of West Main street tb the center line of Walnut Avenue, to include the north side of West Main street; thencc north along the center line of Walnut Ave. to the center line of West North street, to include the west side 9f Walnut Ave.; thence west along the center line of West North street to the ccnter line of North Henderson street, to include the south side of West North street; thence north along the center line of North Henderson street to the center line of West Grove street, to include the west side of North Henderson street; thence west along the ccnter line of West Grove street to tht West City limits, to include the South side of West Grove street; Last 'mentioned line shall pass between houses numbered 448 and 476 Franklin Ave. Thence south along the west City limit line to the place of beginning. The polling place shall be the L. T. Stone School. 10/19-lt are and Most geysers of the world in western America, Ioeland, New Zealand. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS •i 47 North Kellogg Street Phono 4960 tion of East Grove street, to in.| s <* 001 bu ^S: thence East on elude the east side of N. Pearl k ^ Produced at the Center of street; thence east along the cen- ft? ^ersection of Clark and Mary ter line of East Grove street to the main line of the C.B.&Q. R.R. f enter ] . mfe ? £ ^ lark street 225 feet right of way; thence in a north- ^ « P° m * inf]l ™ ™<* the center easternly direction along the raU- o£ . *Jaryey fitreet < ext ^^ d ' wsa l2 road right of way to the intersec- k° in l being number 000 North tion of East Fremont street; thence cl « k - J h ™ ce **%* l T , a ^ west along the center line of E. produced by 1000 North to the Fremont street to the place of be- F enter h » e of North , Ce ?" tree i ginning, to inciude the south side \**™ ee * house * m ™ b f ed ff and of East Fremont street. The poll- L 1002 : thence North along the cen- ing place shall be a residence at f r hnetil °'.W h . fCed S street '? & uViA nnrth pitv iimu<3* thence west 9, thence south and east along the include the west side of- N. Hen- Citv limit line to the center line derson street; thence west along 1079 E. Losey St. the north City limits; along the City limits line to center The boundary lines of the Sev-|[ ine . o£ Maple Ave., the place of 'beginning. The voting place shall be the basement of Bateman I School. To Acid Stomach iay it with fatt-actin? Tims Don't let acid indf* gestion get the best of you. Don't suffer needlessly with heartburn and gassy pressure pains. Eat 1 or 2 Turns for top* speed relief whenever distress occurs. Turns cannot overalkalize. Can't cause acid rebound. Require no water, no mixing, DO waiting. Get a handy roll of Turns to carry in pocket or purse today! SHJJ only ]0£ a Rolf of Locust street produced south across East Fifth street between 1295 and 1302 East Fifth street to the City, limits; thence north along aforesaid mentioned line to the center line of Maiden Lane, to include the west side of Locust street; thence West along the center line of Maiden Lane to a point 350 feet west of the center line of Locust street; thence north 793 ft through the center of the recreation room of the Lillian Taylor School to the center line of East Knox street 350 feet west of the center line of Locust street; thence west along the center line of East Knox street, to include the south side of East Knox street, to the center line of Pine street; thence north along the center line of Pine street to the center line of East South street, to include the west side of Pine street; thence west along the center line of East South street to the center line of Day the center line o fW. Grove street to the West City limits, to include the north side of West Grove street. Last mentioned line extending from the west end of Grove street to the west City limits shall pass between houses numbered 448 and 476 Franklin Ave.; thence north and east and again north along the City limits to the North City limits; thence east along the north City limits to the place of beginning. The polling place shall be Bill's Appliance shop at 568 N. Henderson St. The boundary lines of the Third (3rd) precinct of the Sixth Ward shall be as follows:— Beginning at the West City limits on West North street thence East along the center lin'e of West; North street, to include the North' side of West North street, to a point 260 feet West of the Center line of North Arthur Ave.; thence south 223 feet through the center of the L. T. Stone gymnasium; thence East 260 feet to the center line of North Arthur Ave.; thence south along the center line of North Arthur Ave. to the center line of West Main street, to include the East side of MUTUAL Window Gleaning Company WINDOW CLEANING, WALL WASHING, FLOOR SCRUBBING and WAXING. General Janitorial Service WEDNESDAY ONLY. DURING 4 2 gallon Ward Anti-Freeie Oil Change with Wards Vitalized Oil INSTALLED WITH THIS AD The boundary lines of the Seventh (7) precinct of the Sixth Ward shall be as follows:— Beginning at the intersection of West Losey street and N. Hender-j son street; thence south along the j center line of N. Henderson street] to the intersection of West North i street, to include the east.side of Insured Union North Henderson street; thence street to include the south side east along the center line of West FREE ESTIMATES h Galesburg - Dial 5277-4 580 S, Farnham St. Chicago - Dial SU 7-8456 350 N. 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THI TUMMY The boundary lines of the Second (2nd) precinct of the Sixth Ward shall be as follows: Beginning at a point in the center of North Cedar street at the head of West Grove street; thence west to the center line of Maple Ave,, on a Una produced west between houses numbered 474 and 508 North Cedar street; thence north along the center line of Maple Ave. to a point 225 f eet'south of the center line of Harvey street, to include the east side of Maple Ave.; thence East on a line produced at the center of the intersection of Clark and Mary streets; thence north along the center line of Clark street 225 feet to a point in line with the center of Harvey street extended, said point being number 1000 North Clark street; thence East along a line produced by 1000 North to the center line of North Cedar street between houses numbered 996 and 1002; thence south along the center line of North Cedar street to include the west side of North Cedar Here's your chance to A compltt* Hoov«r Cleaning •nt«mbU tor th* pr!c« of tho CUan«r afon* Special limited offer...you get this complete set of cleanin tools FREE °f extra charge! 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