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DEATHS AND FUNERALS pfiftCV M> PIKE LOS ANGELES. (UPI) - Services will be held Wednesday for Percy M. Pike, 80, founder and retired board chairman of the Republic Supply Co., a firm supplying equipment to the oil industry in western states. Pike, father of Thomas P. Pike, assistant defence secretary in the Eisenhower administration, died Sunday. PERRY E, CONNOR NEW CASTLE, N.H. (UPI)Perry E. Connor, 86, official photographer at the Russo-Japanese peace conference at Portsmouth, N.H., in 1905, died Monday at his home. Connor, a photographer for Eastman Kodak Co., retired in 1946. ALBERT C. SIMMONDS JR. NEW YORK (UPI) - Albert C. Simmonds Jr., 60, board chairman of the Bank of New York, died Sunday night at Columbia- Presbyterian Medical Center. HERMAN BOHNER OSAKA, Japan (UPI) - Hermann Bohner, 77, professor of German at Osaka University and an authority on Japanese history, died Monday at his home of pneumonia. He had lived in Japan for 41 years. PRINCE FERDINANDO ROME (UPI) — Prince Ferdinando Umberto, 79, the duke of Genoa, died Monday. MRS. LUCY B. HALE ELMWOOD — Funeral services for Mrs. Lucy B. Hale, of near Elmwood, were held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Patterson Funeral Home, with Rev. Wayne Nordstrom officiating. Russell Remmele played organ selections. Burial was in the Elmwood Cemetery, and pallbearers were Gerald Foster, Ralph Graham, James Inskeep, Harry Boyer Jr., Clyde Archibald and Sydney Thompson. Mrs. Hale, 79, died June 18 at Elm Haven Nursing Home in Elmwood, where she had been a patient four months. JAMES G. RAINEY WOODHULL — Funeral services for James G. Rainey, 78, former village marshal of Woodhull, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Bethany Lutheran Church in Woodhull. Burial will be in the Woodhull Cemetery. Visitation will be tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock at the 'Peterson-Wallin-Knox Funeral Home in Woodhull. Mr. Rainey died Monday at 3:30 a.m. at the Gradert Nursing Home in Geneseo, where he had been a patient two weeks. He was born June 8, 1885, at Lewistown, where he was educated. Moving to Woodhull in 1931, he was married June 15, 1910, at Kewanee to Alda Ericson. The couple celebrated-their 50th wedding anniversary in 1960, two weeks before her.death. He was employed by American Machine and Metal Co. at East Moline, retiring in 1955. He was a member of the Bethany Lutheran Church in Woodhull, PETERSON- Alpha, Illinois Jamas G. Rainey Age 78 Woodhull, HI. SERVICES 2 P.M. WEDNESDAY AT THE BETHANY LUTHERAN CHURCH. Friends call this evening at the Woodhull Chapel. KIMBER &WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAl DIRECTORS For Qvar 60 Yean August F. Sundberg 57 Seidell SJ. FUNERAL 10AM- WEDNESDAY AT KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. Cwil ~vTwilk 55 S. A at Ave. FUNERAL 2 P.M. WEDNESDAY AT KIMBER * WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. the, Odd Fellows Woodhull Lodge and the Swedish Olive Lodge in Moline. He served as village marshal several years. Surviving are a son Robert and a granddaughter, of Woodhull, and a sister, Mrs. Mary Allison of Abingdon. MRS. EVERETT HELLER LITTLE YORK - Mrs. Lillian McBride has received word of the death of her niece, Mrs. Everett Heller of Tulsa, Okla., the former Virginia Cable. PETER REBSCHER Funeral services for Peter Rebscher, 90, of 964 Willard St., who died Saturday, were held today at 3:30 p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, intern Ralph Anderson of the Trinity Lutheran Church officiating. .Mrs. Harry Neave was organist. Burial was in Linwood Cemetery. MRS. OLIVE CORNELIUS Mrs. Olive Cornelius, 62, of 234 York St., Bangor, Maine, died Monday at 11:15 a.m. at Cottage Hospital, where she had been a patient for a week. Mrs. Cornelius was stricken while vacationing here with a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Pillsbury. Funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Greenlawn Memorial Home at Bangor, and burial will also be there. Mrs. Cornelius was born Nov. 22, 1900, at Cardiff, Wales, and had lived at Bangor for 35 years. She was a member of the Church of England. Surviving with her daughter are her husband, Everett Cornelius, who was with her here, and five grandchildren. ORIE H. FOLGER Funeral for Orie H. (Dad)'Folger, 82, of 74 S. West St., who died Sunday, was conducted at 2 p.m. today at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel by Dr. Joseph Hoffman, pastor of First Methodist Church. Burial was at Henderson Cemetery. Pallbearers were Clifford Madison, Edward Hoffman, Ralph Crat ty, Richard Kane, James Doore and Elmer Stevens. EDWARD COLEMAN LONDON MILLS—Edward Cole man, 64, of London Mills, died today at 6:30 a.m. in Bartonville. Funeral and burial services are being arranged at the Corman Memorial Home in Roseville. MRS. VIRGINIA C. HELLER MONMOUTH — Funeral services for Mrs. Virginia Cable Heller, 54, of Tulsa, Okla., former Monmouth resident, who died Wednesday in a Tulsa hospital, were held Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Turnbull Chapel. Officiating was Rev. John Kern of Galesburg, former pastor of the Monmouth First Baptist Church, and Mrs. Marie Gabby played organ selections. Pallbearers were John Callow, Forrest Swanson, Hugh McBride, Farr Carroll, George and Henry Peirce, Burial was in the Monmouth Cemetery. Eastern Star services were held Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in the chapel in charge of the Monmouth Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, with Mrs. Catherine Clark, worthy matron; Clifford Shafer, worthy patron; Miss Alice Grooms, chaplain; Mrs. Vera Trimble, marshal, and Mrs. Ann Piatt, secretary. MRS. E. B. WALKER MAQUON — Mrs. E. B, (Dollie) Walker, 59, of Chicago, died there June 14, after an illness of 10 months. Funeral and burial services were held June 17 at Chicago. She was married to E. B. Walker June 28, 1930. Surviving are her husband; her mother, Mrs. Murray, and a sister Helen Baker of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. William Holm of Maquon were uncle and aunt to Mrs. Walker. Mrs. Walker's father died the day after she did, June 15, and was buried June 20. FRANK W. McCLURE ABINGDON — Funeral services for Frank W. McClure, 79, of 501 Pennsylvania Ave., Abingdon, who died Saturday In Galesburg, were held today at 2.30 p.m. at the Larson Funeral Home in Abingdon. Rev. John Buran of the Abingdon Congregational Church officiated, and organist was Donald Stephan. Burial was in Abingdon Cemetery. Active pallbearers were Max Robingsort, Lewis Marks, Ted Brownson, Harold Lomax, Mario Sabetti and Alfred Lamberti. Hon- oary pallbearers were Lawrence Bird, Leo Gleave, Tony Faralli, Mike Wilke, Earl Walters, Lyle McMahill, Judson Hickerson and Joe Mangieri. CHARLES H. KINGTON ROSEVILLE - Charles H. Kington, 78, of Roseville, died today at 7:20 a.m. at his home near Roseville. Though he had been in failing health the past few years, he did his work around his home as usual this morning before being stricken with illness. He was a retired farmer. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Corman Memorial Home in Roseville, where friends may call Wednesday after 12 noon or Thursday until time of services. Burial will be in the Roseville Cemetery. Mr. Kington was born July 13, 1885, in Sciota Township, McDonough County. He was married to Phoebe Young June 14, 1903, at Avon, and they recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. He spent most of his life intrreenbush and Roseville townships. Surviving are the widow; a son, Herman Kington of Roseville; two granddaughters and a great-grandson. Drinking Party Probe Continues; Charge Planned A charge was filed this .afternoon against Jack R. Moore, 21, of near Oneida, in connection with a drinking party Saturday night on a farm near Oneida, it was reported this noon by authorities. The investigation is being continued and charges against others are being considered, according to Deputy Sheriff Curtis Erickson. The nature of the charge was to be determined when the deputy conferred with State's Atty. Donald C. Woolsey. It appeared that the owner of the farm had given permission for use of his premises when told that there would be no more than 15 present, all would be adults and there would be no drinking. Authorities said that the party during the'evening drew around 300, several of whom were minors, and that there was drinking. To Perform Service for War Casualty Due to a recent enactment by Congress, a memorial stone has arrived in Galesburg for a resident who was lost at sea during World War II. Dedication of the stone will be conducted Wednesday at 6 p.m. in East Linwood Cemetery for Robert E. Dickerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dickerson, 574 E. Brooks St. Dickerson, an antiaircraft gunner aboard the USS Hornet, was lost in the Pacific when the aircraft carrier was sunk Oct. 26, 1942, during an enemy attack. The service will be conducted by the Knox County Veterans of Foreign Wars, and will be open to the public. Birth Records Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Johnson, 755 E. Berrien St., are the parents of a son born at 4:50 a.m. today at Saunders Hospital in Avon. The couple also have two daughters, Becky, 6 and Nancy, 4. Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Klinck of Norfolk, Va., are the parents of a son, Jeffrey Dean, born June 8 at DePaul Hospital at Norfolk. Mrs. Klinck, the former Sandra Anderson is the daugther of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson, 1151 Brown Ave. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Willard Klinck, Lake Bracken. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reardon, Potomac, are the parents of a son, Daniel Joseph born today at 1 a.m. at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Danville. Mrs. Reardon, the former Ruth Ann Showalter, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson of Knoxville. Mrs. Daniel Reardon of Potomac is the paternal grandmother. HINCHUFFa PEARSON FUNERAL HOMI WCHAPft 3#7 N. Broad Phone 343 -21Q! MRS. OLIVE CORNELIUS— Bangor Maine. Services 2 p.m. Friday at the Greenlawn Memorial Home, Bangor Maine. Tire Slashing Case I* on Court Docket Three youths from the tri-cities this morning in Knox County Court entered pleas of guilty to a charge of criminal damage to property involving the slashing of auto tires Saturday night in Galesburg. Appearing before Judge Daniel J. Roberts were Larry Snider, 15, ahd Gary Wayne Humphrey, 17, both of Moline, and Thomas Joseph Mohr, 19, of East Moline. Following the pleas, a motion for probation was entered, and the youths are to return to court Friday morning to learn their fate. The judge indicated that if probation Is granted, restitution will be part of the probation terms. They were released on $1,000 bond each. Tires of at least five cars were slashed in the vicinity of Cherry, Broad and Dayton streets with a hunting knife, authorities said. Snider was apprehended by one of the car owners and another resident of the area but the other two, later identified as Humphrey and Mohr, fled from the scene. The youths came to Galesburg after playing pool in Moline, had lunch and embarked in the tire slashing spree, it was reported. Liquor Buy Results in Court Fine • A fine Of $10, plus $35.30 costs, was assessed against Willie Goodlow, 28, of 1330 Mulberry St., following his plea t of guilty in Knox County Court today to a charge of giving alcoholic liquors to minors. The offense was reported to have taken place May 30, with three minors listed. The car in which the youths were riding later overturned on a rural road off U.S. 150, north of the sawmill. Each youth subsequently was fined $25, plus costs, in local court on a charge of illegal possession of alcoholic liquor as minors* and the driver was assessed an additional $10 and costs for driving too fast for conditions. If he is not permitted to see his child, Isaac Luther Johnson, 20, of 1700 Beecher Ave., will not have to make the $7 weekly support payments ordered in court this morning, he was told by the judge. Johnson appeared on a non-support charge immediately after he was picked up by sheriff's personnel. In another non-support case, Gale Wale, 34, of Rio was directed to make weekly payments of $30 for the support of his wife and three children. Defendant to Iowa Sheriff's records listed the delivery Monday afternoon of George W. Hobert, 30, of Sparks, Nev., to Sheriff Orville Lee of Keosauqua, Van Buren County, Iowa, where he was wanted on a charge of breaking and entering. Hobart was one of four men removed Sunday afternoon from a diesel unit of a Burlington Railroad freight train in which they had ridden from Chicago to Galesburg. Hobart, Lawrence V. Dant, 28, of Detroit, Mich.; Charles N. Burnette, 35, of Inglewood, Calif., and Leslie S. Pack, 34, of Chicago, each was fined $100, plus costs, on a charge of illegal train riding when they appeared Monday before D. Paul Nolan, police magistrate. All were sent to the county jail in lieu of payment. Police reported that Hobart was suffering from gangrene in his right leg, due to an injury received about two weeks ago when he was struck by a car in Chicago, He left the hospital there, it was indicated, when he heard the doctor talking about possible amputation of the leg. He was treated Sunday night at St. Mary's Hospital and a doctor was reported to have told authorities Monday that while the man would require further treatment and attention, amputation would not be necessary. Flood Crests Isolate Area Of Nebraska WAHOO, Neb. (UPI) - Flood crests fed by 14-inch rains isolated towns and collapsed dikes through the eastern Nebraska prairie country today. At least two persons—a woman and a 13-year-old girl—were dead. They were swept away by rushing waters near Valparaiso, Neb. Hundreds of farm families were temporarily homeless. Hundreds of National Guardsmen were pressed into service to aid in rescue operations. There was no positive damage estimate of the wheat belt cloudburst. Officials said it could climb into the millions of dollars. The skies opened up over Nebraska at 8 p.m. Sunday and the rains pounded down for 12 hours. David City, Neb., Police Chief James Hansa said "It just came up. A big rain. It came straight down all night long. Straight down and hard. "I had 25 people right here in my jail until the water went down." During the night, dikes collapsed or showed signs of straining around Ashland, Memohis and Valparaiso. All three towns were cut off by the waters. The highest water in six years was rolling down the Big Blue River towards Beatrice. Crests as high as 23 to 28 feet were expected between •Beatrice and Seward, Neb. Farm families waited for rescue in their attics. Boats, helicopters and Army amphibians were brought into the rescue operation. Residents were warned by radio and loudspeakers through the night to be ready to abandon their homes at an hour's notice. Galesburg fteaister*Mgil, Galesburg, III. Tuesday, June 25, 1963 1? Legion Band to Offer Concert In Central Park The second in a series of summer concerts will be played Wednesday from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Central Park on the Public Square by the Galesburg American Legion Community Band. Under the direction of Ray Cramer, the band will offer a variety of selections for the occasion. The band will play during the afternoon July 4 at Lake Storey and in the evening at Lake Rice. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Lawmakers- (Continued from page 3) the legislators were above suspicion. Last year, former state Sen. James Monroe of Collinsville acknowledged that he had written the article. The 1937 article said: "I may say that 10 per "cent of the legislators come perilously close to being racketeers; 25 per cent are primarily venal in their attitude toward such legislation as capable- of being turned to advantage; an other 25 per cent will accept money for their votes on bills which do not affect the general public and in which they have no persona] interest; another 25 per cent who do not accept money are moved often by personal and group relationships; and about 15 per cent are, or think they are, above suspicion of judging legislation other than on its own merits. Sen. Paul Simon, who took Monroe's seat in the senior chamber this term, said, "I would guess that Sen. Monroe's figures on corruption are high for the present legislature in Illinois." But, he said, "There are votes bought and soid, every legislator with an ounce of brain power knows it. That does not mean we can prove it, but we know it." Cambridge Board Approves Appropriation CAMBRIDGE - Cambridge Village Board approved and adopted an appropriation of $108,285 at its meeting Monday night. This represents an increase of $4,089 over last year's figure. Streets and alleys $23,000, streets and bridges, $3,650, fire department $9,200, police department, $9,500, cemetery $3,450, waterworks $32,250, lighting streets, $3,900. Parks, $3,400, civil defense $1,650, garbage $4,300, social security $1,500, public benefits $1,500 and miscellaneous $3,765. Mrs. Rollin Robinson was hired as village treasurer, replacing James Maynard, who resigned in May. She started as of today. Trustees voted to raise salaries of four men, $25 per month, including Robert Nussear, head of public works department, James Matson and Larry Vincent, who are under Nussear, and Albert Phillips, chief of police. Condition Fair The condition of Maurice Claeys, 2-year-old-sor. of Mr .and Mrs. Maurice Claeys of 1527 E. Main St., was listed as fair today at St. Mary's Hospital. The child was reported to have been run over by a motor vehicle Monday about 11:30 a.m. in the vicinity of his home. Police listed the driver as Maynard Swanson of rural Galesburg. <jate$bui$SggteferMafl Classified Advertising LOCAL CASH RATI Effective April t, 1983 Word* 1-day* 4-days 1-day 1*20 | 3.38 | 2.34 | 1.30 21-25 3.02 2.68 1.43 26-30 31-33 4.37 2.80 1.57 S.10 3.30 1.81 38-40 41 -35 8.82 | 3.87 | 2.07 6.55 4.38 | 2.32 46-50 7.28 I 4.84 2.88 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (Repltea Mailed Out-of-town) 50o Cardlot Thank* \ 1 -ineh of in/ Memoriams > j esa Lodge Notice* J WM DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks WE, the parents oi Gregg, wish to thank our relatives and friends for their many cards, visits and flowers during our sons stay In Cottage Hospital and since his return home. Sincere thanks to the nurses on Pediatrics and Drs. Flelsher. Douglas, Arden. and Behrents for their good care. Mr. and Mrs, La Ray Pruett. _ Lodge Notices SHRINE EL BON CLUB STAG DINNER Thursday, June 27th, 7 P.M. at Barrow's Drive- in Restaurant, N. Henderson St. Several matters of business will come before group. Reservations to Harry Allender, 343-2034. Pacific j& No - 66 Lor^e A.F.&A.M. Knoxville SPECIAL meeting Thursday, *J?" e 21 • 6:30 PM - Work in MM degree. All Master Masons Invited. Clarence A. Carpenter, W.M. , Jack P. Ghltalla. Sec'y. Lost and Found—1 CAT lost — Gray and black mixture with white face and throat, 4 white paws. Phone 3435822. LADY'S billfold, gold color lost, Friday, probably on Columbus Ave. or W. Main. Reward. Ph. 34.1-2084. GONE FOR GOOD? Not If you quickly place a LOST AD. Phone 342-5161. CAT Found: Black and white female, half - grown. North side. Phone 343-6683. _______ Business Service—2 PEARL'S TV Em's Radio TV, 1146 Court St. Phone 343-5891. Auto TV, Hi-Fi, Stereo. Graduate National Radio Institute. Guaranteed Service. 8 a.m. to midnight. A Beautiful Lawn Makes the overall beauty of any home. Grading — fertilizing — seeding — sodding. Free estimates. Martin Lawn Builders 342-0521. MATE'S Upholstering Shop, 2325 Grand Ave. Factory trained workmen. For a free estimate, pickup and delivery. 343-5719. PAPERHANGING PAINTING Interior, exterior. Free estimates. Reasonable rates. 342-3679 or 342-1278. REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you pleases us. WE APPRECIATE your business. Call us anytime. Cltywide Rubbish Removal. 343-8665 or 3434136. DRYWALL installed finished and textured. Sprayed on accoustic ceilings. Free estimates. Call Phillip's Drywall, 5153 Elmwood, III. Box 834. > CUSTOM COMBINING Wheat, oats, beans, ,and corn. Also bailing. Eph. Hughes, Gilson, 111. Trojan 6-2412. • Auto & Small Engine Repairs Reasonable prices. All work guaranteed. Call 343-3801 after 5. Windows Washed Upper 40c; down, 3 for $1. Eaves cleaned, flushed. All kinds cement work.343-877L ,')42-fi923. Weed Mowing E. J. MARTIN-342-0521 NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas • oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Public Square. 343-6535. Nite 343-5404 For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. - 343-6813. LAWNMOWERS and p o w e r mowers ground, $2.00 and $4.00. Roto mowers $1.00 Saws retooth and filed, $100. Jack Turner. 1564 Batenjan. F. E. SLOAN. Painting and decorating contractor Also gutter cleaning inside. 343-7066 If no answer. 342-0885 Piano Tuning & Repair Immediate service. Thomas Wei- dick. Call collect — Monmouth 734-7518. Personal-Special Notic*-4 **AVON~PRODUCTS^ tf Interested in buying or aell- lng, Call 342-0360. BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains (n clothing, ippllancei and furniture; FOR easy, quick carpet cleaning, rent Electric Shampooer. Only $1 per day with purchase of Blue Lustre. """ " & Co Kellogg Drake IF YOU are an S & SC (singer and solid eitlsten) you can be Influential In organizing a chapter of SPEBSQSA. Inc., the fastest growing singing society In America today. Write Box 800, care Register-Mall. . Mate Help Wantcrl-S PROMOTION AND EXPANSION Have Caused This Company An IMMEDIATE NEED For Two Men For Age 21 to 40 to fill present vacancies. Interviews will be conducted To select two men as our representatives In this area. Employment beginning Immediately. All applicants must have a neat appearance, good personality, have a car and be able to travel five days a week, home weekends. Previous selling experience unnecessary though helpful. Guaranteed salary of $105 per week plus bonus, begins with the first day of employment. No part time men need apply. For Personal Interview See MR. W. T. RADCLIFFE 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Wednesday, June 26th ILLINOIS STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 272 E. Simmons St. Galesburg. 111. Experienced Mechanic Top Wages and Working Conditions in Modern Garage For Quality Man. Preference to Man with Alignment Experience. WEAVER MOTORS 1611 Grand Ave. LINOTYPE OPERATOR For Job Shop doing publications, yearbooks, ad/ vertising and. business forms. Good Wages Retirement And Insurance Program. Steady full-time employment Good Working Conditions. WAGONER PRINTING COMPANY P. O. Box 672, 306 East Simmons, Galesburg, Illinois Will consider temporary or part-time operator. MARRIED MEN ONLY Married men 22 to 37 whose devotion to present work is not being rewarded properly. Our firm will start 2 men at $113 per week. Apply Mr. Olson, State Employment Agency, 272 E. Simmons between 11-11:30 A.M. Thursday, June 27. LOCAL concern established 12 years has opening for person with good business background. You must have the following qualifications, married, age 25 to 45, at least a high school grad and be able to start to work at once, salary is open depending on your qualifications, no travel. For interview call 343-4492 after 4:30 p.m. Inquiries in strict confidence. GUARANTEED WEEKLY SALARY We are ready to interview men, in and around Galesburg. These men must be neat appearing, average intelligence and family men. Age limit 25 to 55. This could mean very rapid advancement for those who qualify, our company Is 25 years old and growing rapidly. Men selected will be company trained at our divisional headquarters in Peoria, 111., and will be given the know how to do this job properly. No experience necessary. Ring for appointment only, 6883632, Monday thru Friday. Male Help W< LEADS LEADS LEADS American Republic Insurance Company Leading Accident and Health Company has openings for men to work in Illinois using Leads supplied without charge to Agent. This opportunity offers semi-annual cash bonuses In addition to high initial earnings. To qualify you must be between age 25-45. Have your own car. Our trained men earn over $200 per week. For personal interview see MR. WALTERS 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Wednesday, June 26th Custer Hotel Galesburg. Illinois. patting dpn a\W LEADING COMPANY in this state, needs 2 men for the Galesburg area. If you want to make money and get ahead with pleasant work right here in Galesburg. with no out of town travel, come in and iee me. Don't come In unless you intend to go to work. I am not looking for a joh hopper, but someone who is looking for a career. The man selected for this position can expect to make $400 to $600 a month at the start, and in 3 to 4 months, around $800 a month. You must be 21, confident, and able to make your own decisions. The right man for the position can expect advancement and nothing but success. If you think you could qualify, come to HOLIDAY INN Tuesday evening between 6 and 9 or Wednesday morning between 10 and 12 and ask for Fred Jostes. Ho miMF-SS to 38. w«te BO* m. *•» nagia* tef-Mail. SI SECURITY Attention Mercer County Mm tf you are wllllnf to JfW *Jg houri ever* we#k.*t , hour. Write Box 98*. 'A RefliWf;., Mall tot interview appointment at your home. We want leeai dependable man With food Mf. MAN - To service fdtitt tt Galesburg local. Horn* tvffj night. 22-40. married. PRAM 94* 0342. NEED HELP? find the. tMfi through a wider choice. PhOfW 342-5161 to plae* ye-Uf WANT AD. ,, Female Help WaMed-i YOUNG lady to do light hout* work and take telephone call*.. 5 day week, 8 hours, temporary. Call 343-7479. HOUSEKEEPER in m O d € r ft- country home. Time off. Reas-, onable wages. References, write), Box_810,_c/o Register-Mail . Male, Female Help Wanted— 7 ALL jobs filled at the present. Buy broasted chicken at The Huddle Drive-in. Henderson St Dayton. Employment Wanted— 9 DAY work, washing and ironing, sitting with older people or babysitting. Phone 342-6447. General Housework Wanted By the day. By reliable woman. Phone 342-6431. GALESBURG COLLEGE BASEBALL PLAYERS Need Employment Will accept any kind of work including general labor. These students are studying in the field of chemistry, public relations, bank financing, physics, landscaping, math, law and accounting. Available 32 hours per week, more if required. Monday and Friday available all day. Phone Bob Frank. 342-1454. or write P.O. Box 663, Galesburg. Your help will be appreciated! QUALIFIED carpenter. Guaranteed work. Cabinets, stairs, etc. Very reasonable prices. Free estimates gladly given. Ph. 342-0012 • WANTED: Painting, carpenter work, roofing, repair work of all kinds. 343-6163. Instruction— 9 TUTORING Instructor will tutor College pre-college and college"studenU in English. Phone 343-3995. YOUR FUTURE WHAT ABOUT IT? Prepare yourself for the years' ahead. Train for motel management. High school education not necessary. Short course at home followed by two weeks of practical training In a modern motel. For Interview, write the school, giving name, address, and telephone numbsr; AMERI-' CAN MOTELS, INC., Ill No. 7th St., P. O. Box 160, Las Vegas, Nevada, Dept. AC. Business Opportunity—10 Before You INVEST, INVESTIGATE! The Galesburg Register - Mail attempts to determine tha re- Uablllty ol tha advertiser In all ads requiring an Investment. U eanndl, howevar, guarantee all such offers. We recommend thai you INVESTIGATE fully before you INVEST. DEEP ROCK Division Kerr-McKee Oil Industries Incorporated has available immediately the Deep Rock service station located in Monmouth, 111. We offer the following: 1. Guaranteed wage to start. 2. Gas and oil consigned. 3. No rent. 4. Electric bill paid. Apply Deep Rock Servtce Station, 620 North Main, Monmouth, 111. NEW country steak house, on Main U.S Rt. Close to town & junction of 4 State Rts. Modern equipment, doing good business, room for expansion. Plus both, 3 bedroom family home & single living quarters. 343-7207 - 343-7465 JOHNSTON REALTY 961 Monroe - 343-5075. FOR sale or lease — Well known restaurant in the most thriving small town in the Galesburg trading area. Fully equipped, good going business. Now grossing $2,200 per month under partial operation due to poor health. Great potential. Must be financially responsible. Write Box 611 Register-Mail. WELL EQUIPPED Service station at intersection west of Aiexis. With 5 room modern dwelling. 1 acre landscaped grounds, 1 tourist cabin plus trailer accommodations. Will consider offers or trade for Galesburg property. $12,500, DEETS REALTY CO. 177 E. Simmons, 343-2151 741 N. Henderson, 343-2118 FOR sale or lease. Commercial building with parking lot. Suitable lor restaurant or small business. Phone 342-4433. FOR RENT: Warehouse and office building, 40x75 ft. 220 wiring. Available now. Phone 3426229 or 342-2583. RENT — Galesburg office furnished with executive furniture, secretarial furniture, file cabinets, electric typewriter, etc. Good location, parking adjacent. 342-2869. Wanted to Buy— 11 Small Office Safe Wanted • Write Box 608 care Register-Mail GUNS. GOLD COINS. Cash for pistols, rifles, shotguns (modern or antique) and gold coins. Knoxville. 289-4556. Gil Hebard Guns, Pubfic Square, Afternoons -4 :30. WANTED TO BUY — Tractors, trucks and cars for parts. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co., Knoxville Road. Galesburg, 111. Ph 343-1914. USED PHOTOGRAPHY dark room equipment wanted. Larry Erickson. Ph. 343-9903. Rooms for Rent—13 FURNISHED sleeping room on first floor, outside entrance, near bath, closet, utilities furnished. 643 N. Prairie. (Continued on" Page - 207^" Read the Want Ads

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