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/ uers Four M A pair of latc-inning rallies. burst by Galcsburg in the top of spelled the difference between vie-1 the sixth which saw the locals tory and defeat for Galesburg's entry in the Central Illinois Col take the lead, 6-4. Plnchhitter Mike Neal smacked tegitfrLeagu&ift a-doubleheAder Ia thre^tun rdondtfipper in the 4 j inning for the big blow in Pirates Stay Unbeaten in LL Action 1 / > "-«-T:*;v-*s& ? SS tltd hoff* team csfae up Withr itigton'^ come ridn in th* sixth inning 16 umph. trt • 1 The Pirates remained unbeaten with a 7-2 victory over the Dodg- Win On e A two-out double in the seventh I day, on Thomas H. Blodgelt PI heud Qateftfatirg an setback in Gary Brttingfbn 1 and J.arryJdhn Tr . Ul . ... n , the tm contest, and 'tallied I four son had a pair of d»b!es each ff s ^ * W i e * e In * a ? s °V tsll ! rg Sf 1d inning by Galesburg second base- at Knox College, man Dennis Doyle gave his team o^nhutg <aj chamfwio^-tf fbaaantt a 3-2 triumph over Champaign-Ur ab * nt ** * n bana in the first game of a double- §{2 ] * header at Champaign, Saturday warren afternoon. £™ e09n x 0 0 Champaign-Urbana came back p .johnson 1 o o to win the nightcap, 9-5. ab * hi Bruington 3 11 Bush Doyle 4 0 2 Grochett 3 10 3 1 1 2 0 1|Baker Carley L.Johnson 3 0 0 Kalmer 10 0 With two OUtS in the top Of the Williamson 3 0 0 rus in the fifth inning to tap the 1 to spark the Galesburg offensive. the Red Sox ' mo * in Little final innin § in the first cont€st > * • * '* • "gjn liiM Bloomirtfiton's third ^SUe action at O. N. Custer Gary Bruington singled and came * * • J home on Doyle's smash to left two I centerfield. tfociljt,< H4i irt the Mghteap. _ ', Itt6 ^ngtdtt?s iraUy in the first: fl acker ( had a perfect game with Park, Saturday night tfttett mp^imsi three-run out- three hits in as many trips to . Ed Barragan slammed 3 t 1 2 0 1 Maurer 2 0 0 Lautcnseh'r 2 0 0 1 ft f> i r l Vonicka 3 Q 0 Belsole Konstanty Vincent Weygandt aliarvey 2 f 0 3 0 0 2 0,0 0 0 0 1 0 0 22 2 3 TlBhER McGEE aM one of Ma pH crew, 8 Jerry ttondy had meter trouble at Knoxvllle» f^tertoa^left)iputfeeme^Maten McGee' 9 «aper ' le^a/Heth are ioiag to have le Work hard, to wfcfch ti\chedttled to run in the.4th get tlielr cab reidjr for the holiday race. Tinie ire set for 1 p. m. and races at 2. The the plat^, ;ef -Jnly Raees al the KnotVIHe ^alr^rAunds. ty*^^™ M en last night at JLlncoln aad show Is sponsored by the Galesburg Jaycees h 4 -i MIOWESt LEAGUE By The Associated Ptess First Half Fiaal Standings (Includes Saturday's Games) W. L. Pet. G.B. •Clinton ..„..*... ,44?; 18 .710 .623 . 5% 38 23 Waterloo ..... 33 30 .524 11% Quad Cities/.... 39 32 .475 14"% Fox Cities .....28 32 .467 15 Dubuque 28 33 .459 15 Quincy .'. 28 34 .452 16 Cedar Rapids - 26 34 .433 17 Decatur 26 35 .426 17& Wis. Rapids ... 25 34 *.424 17% hits, one a home run, to lead the Gary Williamson gained credit *A 'three-run rally in the sixth 'Pirate offensive. John Pepmeyer for the victory, going the dis- Inning by the locals fell short W£ »s the winning pitcher, in the second contest. Galesburg tallied its markers in the sixth with the aid "of an error, a single by Jeff Sandburg, a double by Larry Johnson, and a single by Dewey kalmer. Justin DeBeaux, a new addition to the Galesburg roster, smashed a. triple, Dennis Hansseh started and lost for tfie locals with Spahn" picking up the win for Bloomington. OaUiburg (6) : 7 Bloomington (•) Sb r hi ibr h Galesburg's American Legion; i\ning 4 i» 1. baseballers went two , Saturday's Results Quincy 3 V Fox Cities 2 Clinton 5, Quad Cities 3 and Sbhacht con-1for Moline, while Swanson was Waterloo 10-4, Burlington 0-1 m&^ify^ extra | charged with the setback. ^ the Weekend, drbppii^ : with • doubles, teotri oii Satui-day night ahA^plit- A fbur-run fourth inning spark-1 night. ting;a Vdoiibleh^ader at Molirie ed Moline to victory in the sec Dubuque 4, Cedar Rapids 3 Galesburg travels to Canton to-1 Decatur 8, Wisconsin Rapids 6 No games Sunday. Bruington 3 12 Doyle 3 10 Warren 3 0 0 aSandburgl 0 1 Jones 3 11 L.Johnson 3 12 DeDeaux 3 0 0 Simon 2 11 bC.Brown 10 0 Kalmer 2 11 Hermanek 2 0 0 Sellick 1 0 0 Totals 27 6 8 McBryde Vallejo Wolff Dellaf^na Murtauffh 3 12 3 11 .3 1 3 3 1 1 4 00 Winning hurler Tim Pico aided hits. He struck out five and walk- his own cause with a trio of base ed one in the best effort turned hits, While Greg Gibbs matched in by a Galesburg hurler thus far Pico's performance for the this summer, losers. Jerry Weygandt, who was the Tonight, the. Cardinals and the victim of Doyle's double in the Giants meet in the first contest first contest, threw six innings of at, 5:45, while the Athletics and relief ball in the second game Yankees square off at 7:30. to pick up the triumph. He fanned Red Sox (10) indiam (18) seven men in his six-inning stint. ab * h! Coiev *3 b i o Tim Thompson went the disputable 422 tance for Galesburg in the sec- Pico 4 4 3 ond affair to draw a defeat in Totals 24 3 51 Totals Score by innings: Galesburg 010 001 1 —3 Champaign-Urbana —..100 100 x—2 a—Struck out for Vincent in 7th; RBI—Lautenschlager, Belsole. Doyle. Jones, Kalmer; LOB—Galcsburg fi, tance, and giving Up only three Champaign-Urbana 4; 2B—Carley, ' Jones, Doyle 2; SF—Kalmer, Belsole. ip t h so bb Williamson (W) 7 2 .1 5 1 Vincent ,2 1 1 1 .1 Carley 3Mi 1 2 3* 2 Weygandt (L) 1% 1 2 0 0 HBP—By Williamson WP—Carley, Weygandt. (Maurer). Galesburg (5) Champaign-Urbana (9) ab r hi ab t h Bruington 3 0 0|Bush 3 2.1 Scheinblum3 1 1 Rader Steward Sieve Schmitz cNeal Galmon 3 1 2 2 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 26 8 11 ond contest. Swanson started on The locals spanked Lincoln, 12* the hill for the visitors but gave j r it H. T. Custer Park before way to, Bob Scott in the fourth, winmrjg 4-0 artd losing 7-5 at Mo- Pickrel and Scott collected two line. \ Shits apiece. Rogers had two dou- t Bob and Swanson fficht yfofoV night irt^a route-going per- gathered one apiece. <$M£uL^ : ww ^he^asi Umiting Galttburg (4) ab r h Prina 3 10 Smith 4 1 1 Pickrel 4 12 Swanson 3 0 2 Stewart 4 0 0 Sundquist 2 10 Stone 2 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 1 Totals 27 4 7 Rives ' Oliver Wallart Youngren Elias Johnson Murphy WiUiams DeBaker Molina (0) ab t h ' 2 0 1 '3 0 0 3 0 2 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE By The Associated Press Saturday's Results Columbus 3, Arkansas 2 Indianapolis 6, Jacksonville 2 Wilrrrot England Westfall Johnson Hayes Lytle Gibbs Aldus Steck 10 0 10 0 2 2 1 4 11 4 11 3 1 1 Schriber 4 3 3 1 Nelson 4 12 3 i a St.George 3 0 2 Johnson 2 0 0 Shawgo 1.0 0 Totals 32 10 12 Barber Taylor Gerrerd Pample Webber Levinson Wilson Totals 2 o o Richmond 9, Rochester 8 (11 in Totals 24' "0 3 Winnlnj - pltchVf ,"1schacht; losing pitcher, DeBaker. .Elias, Molinefe centerfielder, score by innings: I^ol^rtrf ^;Mter 'Ctalesburg ^h^. two hits, including a three- S^Lzy——^ ooo o=o touched its oppohente/for 11 safe- r^n. clrciiit clout in the third in- ties, including four^«xtra base ning .irt«ashe£i: Ddn ind Pat Prina all ra ile Ken-Rogers pro- Carl ^m^f'' mam ^ ** Vid ° ry 1 : i two- ; bade hits, duced a triple. - ^The Galesburg cause wa» ^id?>d' by 14 walks, five of which came in the sixth inning when the locals sent 10 men to .tM plate. The game, originally scheduled for nine innings, was called sat the end of seven frames. ' (3) GalMbuva (12) 8 Win Galoburg (5) Molln* (7) ab r h ab r h Prina 2 11 Rives 4 10 Smith 3 11 Murphy 3 1 1 Pickrel 3 0 2 Wallart 111 Swanson 4 0 1 Youngren 3 1 1 12-7 Stewart 2 0 0 Elias 3 12 Sundquist 2 0 0 Herring 2 0 0 Stone 3 0 0 G.Miller 3 0 0 Rodgert 3 2 1 McDernutt 2 10 Scott 3 12 Anderson 110 Schacht 3 0 0 Spanich 0 0 0 J.Miller OOO nings) Toronto 5, Syracuse 2 Only games scheduled Sunday's Results Arkansas 8-1, Columbus 5-6 Atlanta 2-10, Buffalo 1-2 Totals Score by innings: Galesburg 102 003 0—6 Bloomington 201 104 x—8 A—Singled for Warren in 7th; b—grounded out for Simon in 7th; c—homered for Schmitz in 6th; RBI—Bruington 2, Jones, Johnson 2, Neal 3. Kalmer, McBryde, Della- Pina, Scheinblum; E—Wolff, Warren, Doyle, DeDeaux; DP—Johnson and Warren, Radar, Vallejo arid Johnson Steward. Wolff, Vallejo and Stew- Barragan ard; LOB—Galesburg 7, Bloomington 7; 2B—McBryde, Johnson 2, Thrilkill 10 0 Bruington 2, Jones; HR—Neal; SB— Donaldson 3 11 Wolff; S—McBryde. McLaugh'n 110 standiey 2 3 i his first start of the season. 220 Jim Register, Champaign-Urba- J J J na receiver, bashed two triples IOO and a double in four trips to the \\% plate for the winners. Doyle tri- 200 pled for Galesburg. 1 2 0 Lincoln will visit Galesburg for 26 18 a| a twilight contest.at 6 p.m., Tues- Score by innings: Indians 4 09 302—18 - „ , Red sox —----015 022-10 Yank Has Measles Winning pitcher, Pico; losing x/^t >v •Trrm pitcher, Aldus. NEW YORK (UPI) — Dodg«n(2) baseman Bobby Richardson of ab r h the New York Yankees will be 2 o o out of action until at least Thurs« 2 5 day with a case of the German 2 0 0 ', 200 measles, ioo Doyle Bigley Warren Feldman Jones Simon 3 1 1 3 1 2 3 0 0 1 0 1 3 1 1 2 2 0 L.Johnson 10 0 DcDcux 10 0 Kalmer 2 0 0 Thompson 2 0 0 Totals 24 5 5 Grochett 4 1 0 Register 4 13 Laulensch'r 4 1- 2 Belsoe 4 0 1 Maurer 2 0 0 Callahan 1 0 0 Vincent 10 1 Sandstedt 2 2 1 Voplcka 10 0 McCaughlin 0 0 0 Weygandt 12 0 Totals 27 9 9 Second Pirates (7) ab r h Beck 10 0 Coleman 3 11 Goodman 0 10 Thiol 2 11 Herrin 3 0 1 10 0 3 12 Hoscheck 10 0 Rochester 3-1, Richmond 1-0 Indianapolis 14-3, Jacksonville Syracuse 7-5, Toronto 3-6 i P Sieve 3 Schmitz (W) 3 Galmon 1 Hermanek 3 Sellick (L) 3 r htobb Pepmeyer 3 11 3 4 0 3 3 3 12 0 11 4 6 3 2 4 5 14 Shay PoweU 2 10 3 0 1 10 0 Mangieri Gorham Nelson Stromson Taylor Seamon Bick Kennedy Johnson Main Ryner Blixt Score by innings: Galesburg 022 001 0—5 Champaign-Urbana 231 003 x—9 RBI—Jones 2, DeDeux, Kalmer, Thompson, Grochett, Register 3, Lautenschlager 2, Belsoe, Sandstead; E—Kalmer, Jones 2, Vopicka; DP—Jones, Doyle and Warren; Grochett and Lautenschlager; LOB —Galesburg 6, Champaign-Urbana 5; 2B—Jones, Lautenschlarger, Register; 3B—Doyle, Register 2.; HR— Sandstead: SB — Bush, Grochett, Pattin, Bigley; SF — Thompson, Bush. IP Thompson (L) 6 i McLaughlin 1 Weygandt. (W) 6 r h so bb 9 9 2 f> 4 2 12 4 3 4 7 3 10 0 2 0 0 10 0 10 0 2 11 2 1 1 i - Totals 20 2 2 SECOND GAME Galttburg (4) Bloomington (6) ab r h Bruington 4 12 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE 22 7 5 ^^-iv ^ij, r h Gi$' . \3/0£© Miller 3 1 * Batterton 0, 0 0 ( Franz . 3 11 J Hanzel 1 tO 0 HartwJ* 1 # ;J Baker >2 .;0 1 Hossmeyer 0 - 0' 0 , Doyle 2 0V1 totals 25 2 6 At Abingdon *r** ^ ^^^^ " Prina Pickrel Swanson fetSp 4 o: 1 ab r h 1 1 fi ABINGDON — Exploding for 20 3 2 l hits, the Galesburg Marauders 3 IV 1 ^ 6 Totals 29 5 8| Totals Score by innings: Galesburg 200 201 0—5 I n A Moline - 003 400 x—7 1 u "° Winning pitcher, Anderson; losing pitcher, Swanson. Saturday's Results Oklahoma City 7, Portland 3 Spokane 8-3, Dallas-Fort Worth Doyle DeDeaux Warren Feldman 3 0 0 4 0 1 2 0 0 110 Denver 4, Seattle 0 romped to an 18-8 victory over the Friars Lose Stone Darrah » 2.? Abingdon Merchants in a Kicka -lT*, flVI T nnn 2 11 poo Valley League game Sunday V^ITJ. i^UW|f a 1 0 afternoon. 'I + 4 F J 44 30 12 11 Totals Score by innings: ' • Lincoln ^ 224 x-12 1S 2 P" 1 Galesburg , -~ 022 3^,17^* T;^ I Winning pitc^r. Darrah; losing pitcher, Heniel. The Marauders now have a 5-3 league record and will play Creve Coeur next Sunday at Lake Storey in another loop contest"Game time 4 Jim Beasley started on the mound for the Marauders but had Chuck Schacht turned in a spar-1 to have help from Dave Huffman kltag ^rformahce as the local | in the sixth when Abingdon tied legion turned back , Mo]|ine f 4-0, in the first garqg of the twinbiU, the game. Fred Stevens and Hanson CaUlburodB) ab r h Sunday* Sch6«ht ^ijt I the, distance, striking outylO arid walking o^ly one. He gave up only thr^e, hits. s / r Larry Pickrel ^^l^^^^S^Tl I paced the Galesburg attack with stcvena 6 2 2 two hits each. Pickrel swatted a |hoU^ two-run homer in the fifth in- Grady homered for the winners while Sam Pica Kit a 4 -base sKot for the losers. + Showers TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S PHONE 342-0S1S Abingdon (I) ab r h Cox Renner Laviender Pica Austin Andrews Peck Elmoer Clifford ' 6 12 5 2 1 2 1 1 5 2 1 Johnson 5 2 3 Ji.Beasley '3 0 2 Groves 2 2 1 Sippcl 0 0 0 Huffman 2 2 1 Totals 47li20 Totals 37 8 8 Score by innings: Galesburg 002 320 740—18 Abingdon -003 013/001-. 8 Winning pitcher, Huffman; losing pitcher, Laviender, 5 0 1 4 4 3 4 10 5 1 2 5 0 0 4 0 1 3 1 0 3 1 1 4 0 0 SAVE 20% SADDLES RIDING EQUIPMENT Cliff Anderson used a big six- run third inning to spark a 7-1 triumph over Corpus Christi Sunday night, at H. T. Custer Park. Frank Johnson and Otis Roberson paced the winners' attack with a pair of safeties each. Mike Hanrahan had two hits in a losing cause for the Friars. Jack Frazer picked up the win, while Pat: Schaeffer was charged with the loss. Corpus ChrUtl (1) Cliff Andmon (7) ab 1 h Kennedy 3 10 Rice 3 0 1 Schaffer 4 0 0 Thompson 4 0 1 Drasites 2 0 0 Prina 3 0 0 Pettit 3 0 1 Southwell 0 0 0 Upson 2 0 0 Noonan 10 0 Hanrahan 2 0 2 •b r h Dalton 4 0 1 Anderson 4 0 0, \1.Johnson 4 11 Snoli 3 11 tinkle 2 11 ^.Johnson 2 2 2 Coleman 2 11 Frazier 3 11 Roberson 3 0 2 Cheeseman 10 0 Danielson 10 0 Salt Lake City 4, San Diego 3 Tacoma 5, Hawaii 2 Sunday's Results Tacoma 5-1, Hawaii 1-4 Salt Lake City 6-4, San Diego 4-0 Denver 5-8, Seattle 4-7 Spokane at Dallas-Fort Worth 2, postponed, rain Oklahoma City 5, Portland 1 Sandburg 3 11 4 11 3 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 Johnson Simon Kalmer Hanssen Brown Totals 29 4 7 Neal McBryde 3 0 0 VaUefo 12 0 Wolff 2 2 1 DellaPina 0 0 0 Scheinblum 3 12 Radar 3 11 Peterson 2 0 2 Bullock 2 0 1 Spahn 2 0 0 Peters 0 0 0 Totals 22 6 7 Totals 27 7 8 Score by innings: Pirates 240 001—7 Dodgers OOO 002—2 winning pitcher, Pepmeyer; los;^" rlon |ing pitcher, Taylor. 4 0 0 Galesburg 100 003 0—4 Bloomington 200 040 x—6 RBI—DeDeaux, Johnson, Kalmer 2, Scheinblum 3. Rader 2, J. Peterson; E—Rader <5, Bruington; DP— Doyle, DeDeaux and Warren; Vallejo, McBride and Vallejo; LOB— Galesburg 8, Bloomington 6; 2B— West Beats East 22-21 In Classic GALESBURG, ILL., MONDAY, JULY 1, 1963 PAGE 33 BUFFALO, N. Y. (AP) — Eight rookies appeared good bets to r h so 4 7 5 3 bS tests on the pro gridiron front. -McBryde 0111150111 3B ~ DeDeaux: SB make the grade after their initial Spahn (W) 6 Peters 1 Hanssen (L) 5 Brown 1 0 0 6 7 1 4 0 0 0 1 Fit I man Sparks Totals 27 I 51 Totals 29/ 7 40 Score by innings v • 4, Corpus Christi .100 000 0—1 Cliff Anderson 016 OOO x—7 Winning pitcher, Frazier; losing pitcher, Schaffer. Everything Under Local Club Wins in Horseshoes , • Galesburg's Horseshoe Club came out on top in a three-way match with Davenport and Sterling^Rock Falls at Sterling, Sunday. In the A class, Clint Van Dusen of Galesburg went undefeated. On July 14, the same three teams will meet in Davenport. Saddles Accessories Variety CINCINNATI (UPI) - Six different teams won the National League pennant between 19}4 and 1919. In order, they were: Boston, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, New York, Chicago and Cincinnati. # SADDLE BLANKETS from $2-98 FARMERS BUNDLE LEATHER ITRINGS 49c HEAP THE WANT APS I Righthander Dick Fillmah completely ignored the old basebaill axiom that "pitchers can't hit" as he hurled and batted the Blatz Warriors to a 9-7 victory over the Philadelphia Stars Sunday afternoon at Knox's Thomas H. Blodgett Field. Big blow of the game was Fillman's: 2-run "homer oyer the centerfield "fence which broke up a 7-7 tie in the last of the ninth. He had also homered in the first, singled in the fifth and doubled in the seventh. It was the sixth straight win for the Blatz Beer team which has lost only one* The Warriors will be after their seventh in a row Wednesday night at H, T, Custer Park when they host the Carthage Men's Firestone nine in a game scheduled for 7:45. The Carthage team has a perfect 9-0 record. Mike Owen^ and George Shea each had three hits in five trips to the plate as their contribution to Blatz* 18-hjt attack, while Gene Mendez uncorked a double and single in three official tries. Owens, who played a doubleheader in the Peoria Sunday morning r 1 for the Warriors and blanked the Stars for three innings. He ran into trouble in the fourth, fifth and sixth frames and gave way to Fillman in the seventh. Blatz jumped out in front in the first inning Sunday with a 4- run outburst. The locals held a comfortable 4-0 lead through the first three innings but were trailing 7-6 at the end of five and a half. A bases on balls and singles by Lee Bevard and Shea produced the tying run for the Warriors in the bottom of the sixth. Neither team could score in the seventh and eighth innings and Philadelphia went down in order in the top of the ninth. In the bottom of the ninth, playing mapager Harold Holmes was safe on an error and Fillman ended it all with a 400-foot blast. Blatz (9) ab r h Philadelphia (7) ab x h Aiterbarry 5 0 0 Johnson 3 0 2 Martin 5 UO Robinson 3 2 2 Hutchin'n 4 0 2 Fowler 4 10 Brown 3 2 1 Stubbs 3 12 Walker 2 0 0 Smith -2 0 0 Totals 34 7 9 Holmes Fillman Owens Jolinson Bevard Mendez Shea Potter Lundeen Havens 5 2 2 6 2 4 5 2 3 4 0, 1 5 3 2 3 0 2 5 0 3 3 0 0 2 0 0 5 0 1 Totals 43 9 18 Score by inning3: league, was playing in' his third w^d^^—ooo 322 oog-7 game of the day. Starts Strong Ed Havens started on the hill Winning pitcher, FUlman; losing pitcher, Smith. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! They are Hugh Campbell and 7 1 Kermit Alexander of the San Francisco 49ers, Lee Roy Jordan of the Dallas Cowboys, George Saimes and Daryle Lamonica of the Buffalo Bills, John Mackey of the Baltimore Colts, Pat Richter of the Washington Redskins and Bill -Nelsen of the Pittsburgh Steelers as good bets to make the grade. On the basis of their showing in Saturday night's All-America game won by the West 22-21 over the favored East, Glynn Griffing of the New York Giants, Thunder Thornton of the St. Louis Cardinals, Larry Ferguson of the Detroit lions, Dave Robinson of the Green Bay Packers and Ray Mansfield, Ronnie Goodwin and Nate Ramsey of the Philadelphia Eagles also appear to have plenty on the ball. The list is long because the game was remarkably well played considering the 81-degree heat in the steam bath that was War Memorial Stadium. A crowd of 20,850 turned out for the contest, co*sponsored by the American Football Coaches Association and the Buffalo Evening News. Hugh Campbell, the Washington State whiz who led the nation in pass receptions for three years, was voted the most valuable player for catching eight passes for 108 yards and two touchdowns. His last TD catch in the final period, plus Mansfield's conversion, won the game for John McKay of Southern California, the 1962 college Coach of The Year. Nelsen threw two touchdown passes, completing 11 of 27 for 162 yards. HI 'PACKAGE* OFFER • wheel alignment • brake adjustment • wheel balance Expert Car Service Thoroughly trained men, fastest and most efficient machines, return your car's "underside" to original manufacturer's specifications. AMEI1CAM CARS parts and torsion bar adjustment not Included* APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES WHITEWALLS—ANY SIZE NARROW OR WIDE DESIGN C TUBELESS OR TU6E«TYPQ r r. ALIGNMENT JACK'S SUPPLY STORE located Northiide of Square GUARANTEED 4,000 MILES MODERN Galesburg, III. ALIGNMENT 131 NORTH CHERRY BRAKE PHONE 343-1414 Delegates to Trades and Labor Assembly The rerular monthly meeting of the Assembly will held in the Council Chambers at the City Hall. Plus tax and 4 trade-in tires FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK! h • • ri 4 fr L H • • t m . h r + +' u u I ' h L h • . * r • + + - • + • • - k . i * h n n . •_1 + • h • * 4 * V*>" • 4 ' .'.V.'. n ' h 1 r • • r m + • * • m m * * > F m m % % ^ r T T + w - _*.4_ F J w m It F - • L • R K.--V. h h • F 4 _ "' '•-v/.•. 1, ;•.^.vx^•:•. m * ' • ' F +^ * + m m ^ I K _ F . . L h . x + . m » i > _ • • i *.*>_* i_W_ -_4 * • . J ^ri^BC* 4 • - • k F ' I I . # k A: •v.y-' 1 TOM MOOTY JEFF SORNBERGER Store Manager Brake Specialiit Store Hours; Tues., VVed. # Tburs. 7:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. Mou. and Fri. 7:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. Saturday Only 7:30 to 5 P.M. Hourf 9 to 9/ Monday through Friday Tue$day# 7:30 p.m W. H. MOON, Rec. Secy T 188 I. Simmom - 343-3179 - G*lo»bur(f, III. J F ft - r

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