D E AT IIS AND FUNERALS JOSEPH P. RYAN NEW YORK (UPI) - Joseph P. Ryan, % president of the International Longshoremen's Association (1LA) frorn 1927 to 1953, died Wednesday after a long illness. ABRAM S. JAFrE NEW YORK (UPI) - Services will be held Saturday in San Francisco for Abram S. Jaffe, father of Sam Jaffe, American Broadcasting Co. Moscow correspondent. Jaffe, 77, brother of actor Sam Jaffe of television's "Ben Casey" series, died here Tuesday while en route to visit his son in the Soviet Union. LEN HERMAN DENVER (UPD-Len Berman, 52, Denver radio and television personality, died Wednesday after suffering a heart attack at work. EDGAR T. WELCH WESTFIELD, N.J. (UPI)-Edgar T. Welch, 82, whose father founded the Welch Grape Juice Co., died Wednesday in Westfield Memorial Hospital. Welch had been president of the company until the family sold its interest in the firm in 1930. DR. JAMES S. WILSON CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (UPI) — Dr. James Southhall Wilson, 82, founder and editor of the Virginia Quarterly Review, a national literary journal, died Wednesday. MRS. DALE R. PALMER Mrs. Dale R. Palmer, 38, of 124 S. Pleasant Ave., died this morning at Cottage Hospital, where she had been a' patient since April. Funeral services will be announced by Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Home. MRS. MARIE C. MARTIN BUSHNELL—Mrs. Marie Cassell Martin, 66, former Bushnell resident, died Wednesday at Mount Park Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fla. Death was attributed to a heart attack. Born Nov. 25, 1896, in Bushnell, she was married to Elmer E. Cassell, who died Feb. 3, 1949. She was married in September 1961 to Ben Martin, who survives. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church. Also surviving are two sons, Ed> ward Cassell of Astoria, Ore., and Eugene Cassell of Cambridge; a daughter Mrs. Rose Marie Cox of Irvington, Calif.; six grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Florence DeAndrea of Philadelphia, Pa., and Mrs. Emma Covert of Houston, Larson Funeral Home 206 N. Washington St. Abingdon, Illinois Mrs. Lena Robertson Marks of 400 W. Martinson FUNERAL SERVICES SATURDAY AT 2:30 P.M. AT THE LARSON FUNERAL HOME IN ABINGDON. Where friends may call Friday evening. Burial in the Abingdon cemetery. KIMBER & WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Mrs, Iffie Wright Formerly of 535 W. South St, FUNERAL 2 P.M. SATURDAY AT KIMBER fc WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel Friday evening. Tex.; two brothers, Alfred Goeke of, St. Petersburg, and Victor Goeke of Fort Madison, and a half-sister Mrs. Anna Logan, also of Fort Madison. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Craycraft Funeral Home in Bushnell, where friends may call Saturday until time of services. Burial will be in the Bushnell Cemetery. JAMES G. RAINEY WOODHULL — Funeral services for James G. Rainey, former village marshal of Woodhull, were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Woodhull Bethany Lutheran Church. Rev. E. M. Lorimer officiated, and the organist, Mrs. Logan Strers, accompanied Clair Colburn, soloist. Pallbearers were Albert Webeck, Robert Lundeen, Dale Allison, Charles Allison, Lee Muller and Russell Bysie. Burial was in the Woodhull Cemetery. Mr. Rainey, 78, died Monday in Geneseo. ROBERT L. SMITH Robert L. Smith, 38, of Decatur, formerly of Galesburg, died this morning at a Decatur hospital following a lengthy illness. He was a Decatur businessman. WEIDLER INFANT MONMOUTH — James Andrew Weidler, infant son of Laverne and Wilma Williams Weidler of Plattsville, Wis., died Wednesday at 5:20 a.m. in a Plattsville hospital. The baby, one of twin boys, was born Saturday, and the infant brother survives with the parents, two brothers and two sisters. Also surviving are the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Williams of London Mills; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weidler of Mount Olive, and maternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Lillie Hall of Oquawka. Graveside services will be held Friday at 2:30 p.m. at the Oquawka Cemetery, in charge of Rev. William Butler of the West Side United Presbyterian Church of Monmouth.- The Holliday and Hoover Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements. CHARLES H. KINGTON ROSEVILLE—Funeral services for Charles H. Kington, 77, who died Tuesday at his home near Roseville, were held today at 2 p.m. at the Corman Memorial Home in Roseville. Rev. Stanley Manning of Avon officiated, and Mrs. Dale Sands, organist, accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Beulah Parks. Burial was in the Roseville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Clarence Ross, Russell Hopson, Robert Fengel, Max Fox, John and Hobart Frazee. MRS. LENA MARKS ABINGDON—Mrs. Lena Marks, 88, died today at 5:30 a. m. at the heme of a daughter, Mrs. William (Ruth) Cullen, 400 W. Martinson St., Abingdon, where she made her home. The former Lena Robertson was born July 26, 1875, near Berwick, and lived her entire lifetime in the Abingdon community. She attended the former Abingdon Christion College and had been a Sunday school teacher a number of years at the Abingdon Christian Church. She was married in 1896 at Abingdon to Wilburt Franklin Marks, who preceded her in death in 1948. She was charter member of the Delphina Club and a past worthy matron of Eastern Star. Surviving are three other daughters, Mrs. Everett (Vonna) Carlburg of Galesburg Route 3, Mrs. Ray (Ida) Boydstun of near St. Augustine, and Mrs. Paul (Maxine) Janes of Industry; eight grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. She also was preceded in death by a son, four sisters and five brothers. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2:30 p. m. at the Larson Funeral Home in Abingdon, where friends may call Friday evening. Burial will be in the Abingdon Cemetery. MRS. EFFIE WRIGHT Funeral services for Mrs. Effie Wright, 85, formerly of 535 w. South St., who died Wednesday afternoon in a local hospital, will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, where friends may call Friday evening. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner GflljesburQRafli$tflrrMaif t ,,<kiJ(i $Mffl» HI. Thursday, Jung 27.19*13^^ "Oh, it turns out he really did sign a three -year contract with General Motors! He bought a car!" "Our little girl is growing up. She's been asking torn* very pointed questions about mortgages!" "My blind date is a real nothing! He cam* at a sultan and brought three other girls!" H INCH U FF PEARSON FUNERAL HOMIen/CHAWl si? N# mm Pkoae 941-1161 MB$. DALE H, PALMERS S. Pleasant Ave. Services to be arranged. Smaller Crew Needed TOKYO (UPI) - A 12,000-ton cargo ship which can be operated by a crew of 28 men will be launched next December at Kobe, its builders announced today. The ship, constructed by Kawa said Dockyard Co. for its affili ate, Kawasaki Steamship Co., will cost $2.77 million. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. The former Effie Wooden was born Aug. 4, 1878, in Davis County, Iowa, and was a Galesburg resident 55 years. She was married to Michael Wright Aug. 12, 1899, and he died in I960. Mrs. Wright was a member of the Royal Neighbors Lodge of America and Woman's Relief Corps. Survivors are three sons, Lloyd B. Wright, serving with the armed forces in Germany, Oria E. Wright of San Bernardino, Calif., and John H. Wright of Galesburg; three daughters, Mrs. Opal Gabrielson of Chicago and Mrs. Mary Miller and Mrs. Helen Childers, of Galesburg; a sister, Mrs. Orpha Garner of Ottumwa, Iowa; 16 grandchildren and 34 great-grandchildren. Coach Not Happy With Canadians STOCKTON, Calif. (UPIWCa- nadian capers" struck a sour note today with John Rohde, head football coach at the University of the Pacific, who claimed that the Ottawa Rough Riders were out of line Wednesday when they signed one of his star gridders. The "caper" in this case in. volved Ottawa's inking of Ted Watkins, Rohde's top-notch end, who still had a year of eligibil. ity left with the Tigers. "I regard the way that Ottawa acted as a stab in the back, and I have made a protest to Commissioner Sid Halter of the Canadian League," Rohde sajd. "Ottawa said it signed Watidaj after hearing that hi was acho- lastically ineligible to play anymore at UOP. That is incorrect. tyktburg fcgtetef Mall Classified Advertising LOCAL CASH RAT ft Effective April 1, 1953 Word* 7-daye 4-day* l-da» _ U» i 8.34 | 1.30 set 1.43 36-30 4.37 2.90 1.57 31-36 1.10 I 3.30 1.31 36-40 J. 3.33 I 3.67 I 3.07 41-38 6.SS 4.36 3.33 46-60 1M 4.84 | 2.86 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) 60e Card, of Thank* In Mernonama Lodge Notice* } l -tnt ie 62 inch or lest 00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks I WANT to thank All friends and relatives for gifts, cards, and visits, also Dr. Paisley and nurses for care I received while In Cottage Hospital. Jeffrey L. Cruse , Altona, 111. I WISH to express my sincere appreciation for the cards, flowers, gifts and visits received during my recent stay in St. Mary's Hospital and since coming to Elm Haven Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Johnson, Dr. Bronny, nurses and nurses' aides of St. Mary's for their good care, also to the Elm Haven staff for the wonderful care I am receiving. Mrs. Elta Welsh WllUamsfteld, 111. I WISH to thank the Sisters, nurses, aides, and Dr. Thompson for their many kindnesses during my stay In St. Mary's Hospital, Also, to my relatives and friends who so thoughtfully remembered me with cards, flowers and gifts. Everything was greatly appreciated. Ruth Carlson Galva, 111, CASH, Kenneth — We wish to thank all of our many friends and relatives for the kindnesses shown us during the illness and passing of our loved one. We es- ? >eclally thank Rev. Elmer Cas- rodale, James Harvey, Scott Post 189 for their part in the services and the Alexis War Mothers for lovely dinner and lunch served for us. Again, we are most grateful. The Family WE wish to thank our friends and relatives for the gifts and cards we received at the time of our marriage on Saturday, June 22. Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Jackson. OUR gratitude to all who stood by us In our time of sorrow. A special thanks to our ministers, the doctors, nurses and nurses aides at Cottage Hospital, and to all those who sent cards, flowers and memorial gifts to the First Baptist Church. The Family of Michael Morss, BERG, Gust — The kindness and sympathy of relatives, neighbors and friends in our recent sorrow will always remain with us a precious memory. Our sincere thanks and gratitude for all those comforting acts. The Family of Mr. Gust Berg, RFD Berwick, 111. WE wish to take this way to thank all who helped make our golden wedding anniversary a day long to be remembered. The many cards, gifts and money were greatly appreciated. We thank Paul Wilkins, Louis Crouch, and Sharon Wall for their song. Also, my niece, Mrs. H. R. Crouch, for the honor she gave us in her talk,- and for the song she and Carol and Bryon sang. Again we say thank you to our many friends, relatives and neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. David L. Reed, 348 S. Henderson. Lost and Found—1 BRILLIANT pin lost between Peck and Grove Streets on N. Seminary Wednesday afternoon. Phone 342-0284 BOV'S glasses lost 2 weeks ago, Railroad crossing, Linwood Road. Clear frames, black streak on bows. Phone 342-5524. CAT lost — Gray and black mixture with white face and throat, 4 white paws. Phone 3435822. GONE FOR GOOD? Not If you quickly place a LOST AD. Phone 343-6161. Business Service—2 PEARL'S TV Bm'i Radio TV, 1148 Court St. Phone 343-5891. Auto TV, Hi-Fi, Stereo. Graduate National Radio Institute. Guaranteed Service. 8 a.m. to midnight. A Beautiful Lawn Makei the overall beauty of any home. Grading — fertilizing — seeding — sodding. Free estimates. Martin Lawn Builders 342-0521. REFUSE SERVICE Pleating you pleaiea us. WE APPRECIATE your business. Call us anytime. Citywide Rub* biih Removal. 343-8865 or 3434136. DRYWALL installed finished and textured. Sprayed on accoustic ceilings, Free estimates. Call Phillip's DrywalJ. 5153 Elmwood, 111. Box 634. CUSTOM COMBINING Wheat, oats, beans, and corn. Alio bailing. Eph. Hughes, Gilson, III. Trojan 6-3412. Auto & Small Engine Repairs Reasonable prices. All work aranteed. Call 343-3801 after Badness Service—2 NELSON'S Bryant fas tumaei and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 138 N, Seminary. 343-2316, WRIGHT'S HEATING fhermo-Produeta, Get • oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free BBtlmatM. 1-9 year payment plart. 29 Public Square 343-6S3S. Nlte 343-5404. For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. - 343-6813. Windows Washed Upper 40c; down, 3 for %\. Eaves cleaned, flushed. All kinds ee- ment work. 343-9771. 342-6923. Weed Mowing E. J. MAttTtN-342-0521 Personal-Special Notice— 4 BIG PUBLIC AUTO AUCTION 100 CARS AND TRUCKS Cur Sale Starts at 6 P.M. SAT. NIGHT, JUNE 20 Truck Sale From 2 P.M. to ? HENDERSON FORD SALES Aledo. 111. Personal-Special Notice—4 FOR easy, quick carpet cleaning, rent Electric Snampooer. Only $1 per day with purchase of Blue Lustre. Kellogg Drake & Co AVON PRODUCTS If Interested In buying or selling. Call 342-0360. BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square Bargains In clothing, appliances and furnl- Male Help Wanted— 5 NATIONWIDE manufacturer of Potato Chips, Pretzels and other party Items, selling direct to the home wants distributor for Galesburg area. Write to J. M. Clark, Calhoun. Ky. Experienced Mechanic Top Wages and Working Conditions in Modern Garage For Quality Man. Preference to Man with Alignment Experience. WEAVER MOTORS 1611 Grand Ave. 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. WANTED! A MAN WITH A PLAN We are looking for a man with a plan to get ahead in the car busi ness, Likes to make money, not afraid of hard work. High school graduate, neat appearing, selling experience essential. Car, gas and plates furnished. No limit to your earnings. Work with a leading new car dealership. Experienced salesmen preferred. Write Box 615 care Register- Mail. Our salesmen know of this ad. Mile Mefe WiflteA -S over-time you want. Married to 38, Write Box 968. care Regla- ter-Mati. ^ SECURITY Attention Mercer County Men If you are willing to work 84 houri every weak at tJ .38 ear hour. Write Box 937, % Register- Mail for interview appointment at your home. We want Weal dependable man with good ear. MAN - To service route in Galesburg local. Home every night 33-40. married. Phone 3439342. SALESMAN wanted for full or part time work. Must travel and be sway from home some. A new product in this ares. Work on 40%-60% of profit basis. Repeat business. Call late afternoon or evenings. 343-6386. 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 trad and be able to start to work at once, salary Is open depending on your qualification*, no travel. For Interview call 343-4492 after 4:30 p.m. Inquiries in strict confidence; NEED HELP? Find the best through a wider choice. Phone 342-3161 to place your WANT AD. YOUNG MEN - TRAVEL Under 26. Travel entire U.S., average 375 to $100 per week. Transportation and drawing account furnished. See Mr. Davis, Custer Hotel, Friday only. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Female Help Wanted—6 WANTED — Young woman for housework 2 or 3 hrs. in a.m. 6 days a week. In city. Own transportation preferred. Write 617 care Register-Mall. YOU can be a fashion counselor, must have use of car. 'Call Galesburg 343-9379, Queen's-Way 383 Marmae Dr. GIRLS — TRAVEL Under 24. Free to tour resort areas with chaperoned group. $250 per mo. guaranteed plus bonuses. Transportation furnished. See Mrs. Davis, Custer Hotel, Friday only, .11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parents welcome, BABY Sitter wanted immediately. 6 nights a week. 4:30 till 1:30. 2 children. _Ph._ 342-1231. Male. Female Help Wanted— 7 ALL jobs filled at the present. Buy broasted chicken at The Huddle Drive-In, Henderson 6s Dayton. EXPERIENCED shoe salesman, Galcsburg's leading department store, permanent employment. Good opportunity for right party. Apply Mr. Hawley, O. T. Johnson Shoe Dept. Employment Wanted—* 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 tn 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, Instruction— 9 GATES RUBBER COMPANY NEEDS TIME STUDY MAN TIMING and RATING Experience Required. Permanent Top Wages. Apply Illinois State Employment Service 272 E. Simmons St. FACTORY WORKERS Wanted part time and full time, Must be at least 21. Call between 5 and 7, 342-0026. BIG PUBLIC AUTO AUCTION 100 CARS AND TRUCKS Car Sale Starts at 6 P.M. SAT. NIGHT, JUNE 29 Truck Sale From 2 P.M. to 7 HENDERSON FORD SALES Aledo, 111. Business Opportunity—10 Before Yov IMVBIT, INVESTIGATE! The Galesburg Register • Mat) attempts to determine the reliability of the advertiser tn all ads requiring aa Investment. M cannot, however, guarantee aU such oilers. We recommend thai you INVESTIGATE tally before you IMVEIT. RESTAURANT in Oquawka for sale or rent. Doing good business. Inquire Bernice's Snack Bar. NEW country steak house, on Main U.S Rt. Close to town St junction of 4 State Rts. Modem equipment, doing good business, room for expansion. Plus both, 3 bedroom family home it single living quarters. 343-7207 - 343-7463 JOHNSTON REALTY 961 Monroe - 343-8073. Male Help Wanted -5 MECHANIC WANTED! CAN YOU USE $150 PER WEEK? ARE YOU AN EXPERIENCED MECHANIC? ARE YOU WILLING TO WORK 8 HRS, PER DAY? IF SO, CONTACT Russ A'Hearn at McCREERY MOTORS Your Ford Dealer Kellogg & Tompkins, Galesburg, 111. Only Experienced Mechanics Need Apply. SALE Neighborhood Tavern «i<4 building with IJMC4) to tftfttflj. No parking problem. Good business On Mistf«tl0Bi Hlvff. Modern apt. above. Writ* Miekfy'6 Tap, Andeluiia, til. ,,„ FOR sale or lease - Well known restaurant in the most. t!j«»i ing small town In the Gaiesbuff trading area. Fully „«*u»f*d, good going business. Now growing 83,200 per month under par* tial operation due to poor health. Great potential. Must be_ financially responsible. Write Box 611 Register-Mail. WELL EQUIPPED Service station at Intersection west of Alexis. With S room modern dwelling, 1 sere landscaped grounds, 1 tourist cabin plus trailer accommodations Will consider .offers or trade for Oale*« burg pr gg ^jig ,18,W0, REALTY CO. 177 E. Simmons, 343-2181 741 N. Henderson. 343-2118 FOR sale or lease. Commercial building with parking lot. Suitable for restaurant or small business. Phone 342-4433. FOR RENT: Warehouse and office building, 40x73 ft. 220 Wiring. Available now. Phone 3426229 or 342-2383. RENT — Galesburg office, furnished with executive furniture, secretarial furniture, file) cabinets, electric typewriter, etc. Good locetlon. parking adjacent. 342-2869. Wanted to Buy—11 USED chest type deep frees* wanted. Phone 342-4212 or 3437044. S ROOM spacious lower apt with Small Office Safe Wanted Write Box 606 care Register-Mall GUNS, GOLD COINS. Cash for pistols, rifles, shotguns (modern or antique) and gold coins. Gil Mebard Guns, Public Square. KnoxvlUe, Afternoons 1-4:30, 280-4986. WANTED TO BUY — Tractors^ trucks and cara for parte. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co., KnoxvlUe Rosd, Galesburg, 111. Ph t 343-1914. Rooms for Rent—U FURNISHED sleeping room on first floor, outside entrance, near bath, closet, utilities furnished. 643 N. Prairie. 'SLEEPING ROOMS Convenient downtown location to stores, theatre, restaurant All utilities furnished, maid service, air conditioning. See Mr. W. H. Robertson CUSTER INN NICE sleeping room, large eloa- et, close to bath. 637 W. Main St. Phone 343-3082. Furnished Apartments—14 ATTRACTIVE, newly decorated throughout, 4 room and bath apt. New wall-to-wall carpet As completely furnished in maple furniture. Adults only 883. a mo. Utilities furnished. For appointment call Mrs. Gambell from 9:30 to 8 p.m. - 343-8314 KITCHENETTE APARTMENTS Now available and offer: Maid service, all utilities, elevator. MOVE RIGHT IN I See Mr. W. H. Robertson CUSTER INN Galesburg, 111. 1 ROOM efficiency apt. Reasonable. Shown 244 N. Broad. 3 large room furnished apt. 848 per month. Phone 343-2393. UPPER 2-room furnished apt. Newly decorated: also 1 room kitchenette. Inquire 383 W. Tompkins. 2 ROOMS and kitchenette furn- Ished, private bath, close in. All utilities furnished. Call 3431292. 4 -RM. FURNISHED APT. Upper. Near north. Large living rm., 2 large bdrms., 2 closets, 1 walk-In. All newly carpeted. Large kitchen, Private bath. Private front St rear entrance. Auto, filtered air gas heat. Off- street parking area. Located 123 N. Seminary. 343-0072. 3 ROOM upper furnished apt.. Private bath and entrance Utilities furnished. TV antenna. Adults. 343-6004 after 4:30 p.m. FURNISHED clean 3 rooms and bath. Utilities furnished. 773 S. Academy. UPPER furnished Apt. Newly decorated 3 rooms, private bath, separate entrance. All utilities. 697 W. Berrien. Phone 3434002. UPPER 4 rooms and bath. TV antenna. All utilities furnished. Private entrance. Adults only. 392 E. Grove. 342-8027. 3 -ROOM APT. Upstairs, private, furnished. North side, adults only. Ph. 3438423. 2 ROOM furnished apt. Frigl- datre, gas stove, sink. Laundry privileges, utilities furnished. 330 monthly. Employed lady preferred. 314 Arnold St. Rent your APARTMENT or SLEEPING ROOM through • WANT AD. . EXTRA nice furnished 3 room apt., private tile bath, private entrance: antenna. Shown 1 to n, 1470 Grand Ave. UPPER 3 room furnished apt. Utilities furnished. Close to town and stores. Newly redecorated. Adults. Located 343 N. Broad. 2 ROOM CLEAN furnished apt. AU utilities furnished. Private entrance. Adults. Call after 4 p.m. 343-6343. NICE .upper, private entrance and bath, ell utilities and antenna furnished Prefer retired or working lady, 360. 343-3887. ^ContinueTViTPage 26>~~* He was barely hanging in there with his grades but still had a year of eligibility." Watkins, a six-foot-three wing- rnan who has done the 100-yard dash in 9.8, caught 22 passes last season for a total of 285 yards and scored four touchdowns. "Nobody at Ottawa thought about picking up the phone and checking with us first on Watkins' eligibility," Rohde said. Two years, between the ages of 8 and 10, was all the schooling had by Benjamin Franklin. Griffith Dies With Blood Clot MIAMI (UPI) - Sportsman Sam Griffith, who set records right and left in his powerful speed boat and escaped several close calls in airplane and automobile smashups, died quietly from a blood clot in a hospital here Wednesday. Funeral services were set for this Saturday. Griffith, 53, a much-decorated World War II hero, last year set a record of 38 hours and 28 minutes for the 1,257-mile boat trip from Miami to New York. He was a founder of the Miami-to- Nassau power boat race. Hospital officials said he died of a blood clot after being operated on for cancer last week. Griffith won numerous medals as a bomber pilot in World War II and once was the only survivor when his twin-engined bomber exploded over North Africa, j Golf Event on TV CLEVELAND (UPD - The highlights of the final two rounds of the $110,000 Cleveland Open his weekend will be televised by Sports Network, Inc., to approximately 150 stations across the nation. Air time for Saturday's third round telecast is 5 to 6 p.m. EOT. Sunday's telecast will run from 5 to 6:30 p.m., EDT- He was discharged with the rank of lieutenant colonel. He also had survived an auto crash in which most of the bones on one side of his body were broken.
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