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40 Gotesbura Register-Mail, Galesburg, Tax list Assessment {Continued from page 39) Total 5880 3750 100 2960 Lands Imp. Mary Ellen S Tracy, E 8 rds of N 10 rds lot 11 580 6300 Delma Heller Koetter, W 3 rds Of E 6 rds of N10 rds lot 119 A 580 3170 W A Forsee, W 3 rds of E 9 rds of N 10 rds lot 11 .... 580 5110. 6690 Paulleen Filker, Ex San Dist & Ex N 10 rds of E 9 rds & Ex E 49^ ft of W 17614 ft of lot 11 3060 3760 6820 Geo W Killingsworth, E 49% ft of W 176% ft of N 10 rds lot 11 580 6020 6600 Harry Gawthrop, N 22 rds lot 13 .... 2270 3070 5340 Jane Amy Sage, S 7% rds lot 14 770 5530 6300 Hazel Marcum, N 4% rds lot 14 & S 3 rds lot 15 770 4650 5420 B F Sanford, N 9 rds lot 15 1900 2320 4220 E L Whitman, Ex S 160.7 ft lot 17 1930 7490 9420 Paul Hiririchs, S 160.7 ft lot 17 100 Paul Hinrichs, lot 20 RR 2960 Wm H Milan, Ex RR lot 22 2970 2300 5270 Ida L Crabbe, lot 23 1030 1030 Ida L Crabbe, lots 24 & 25 1030 170 1200 Lillian Pearson, W 5 rds lot 26.... 520 2500 3020 Benjamin H Hudson, E 3 rds of W 8 rds lot 26 310 2980 3290 C C Palmer, N 6 rds of E 9% rds lot 26 970 2910 3880 C C Palmer, N 3 rds of S 10 rds of E 9% rds lot 26 .... 490 490 Fred & Rose Trulson, N 3 rds of S 7 rds of E 9% rds lot 26 490 1820 2310 Fred Marwedel, et al S 4 rds of E 9% rds lot 26 ... 430 4140 4570 Harley Palmer, E 3V 2 .rds of W 20% rds lot 26 380 1020' 1400 Raymond Palmer, E 3 rds of W 17 rds lot 26 330 2010 2340 Mrs Luella Hudson, E 3 rds of W 14 rds lot 26 330 Mrs Luella Hudson, E 3 rds of W 11 rds lot 26 310 Robert Hurst, lot 27 Ex S 26 ft of E 165 ft also Ex S 62 ft of N 102 ft of E 150 ft 7850 41180 Lee H Imel, et al, S 62 ft of E 165 ft lot 27 480 3350 Lawrence M Hendricks, S 62 ft of N 102 ft of E 150 ft lot 27 470 2600 Robert J Hurst, lot 28 530 530 SUB DIV LOT 29 OF SD 1898 OF RE SD SES 16-11-1 Knox College, lot 1 7.83 A 6760 6760 Harry Tenhaaf, lot 2 680 8380 9060 Arthur G Copeland, lot 3 & S 3% ft lot 4 740 8990 9730 Mary E Wager, Ex S 3% ft lot 4.... 680 7690 8370 Jewell J Honeycutt, lot 5 680 7040 7720 E R Funk, E 4 rds of N 12 rds lot 6 830 830 E R Funk, lot 6 Ex E 4 rds of N 12 rds 1000 5640 6640 Knox College, SD 1898 N',i Sec 16-11-1 lot 30 9.51 A 8980 4650 13630 Ilensley 11 Dallon, lot 32 4.50 A .... 1350 1350 Bennett C Fastman, N 12 rds of W 10 rds lot 33 .75 A 2180 5680 7860 Eloise A Omer, E 4 id of N 12 rds lot 33 .33 A 870 870 Louise A Jencks, Ex N 12 rds of W 10 rds & Ex E 4 rds of N 12 rds lot 33 8.92 A 3860 1060 4920 Avis M Davidson, lot 37 1200 Gales Development Foundation Inc, lots 42 & 43 N of RR 7.39 A 2200 Barney Gavenda, lot 44 4.94 A .... 1430 SUB DIV LOT 16 OF SUB DIV 1898 Kis SEC 16-11-1 Everett M Fuller, Lot 1 640 5180 5820 Mrs Alice House, Lot 2 940 6350 -7290 Russell h Mohr, 8140 Lot 4 Dvvight 85 Ft Lot 4 Russell 6570 6820 5310 3520 4000 5350 5830 5030 5510 480 330 310 49030 3830 3070 480 6940 7420 4340 4820 6910 7390 4390 4870 2000 2770 1540 2280 110 200 Sec 5110 6900 6570 7490 1200 2200 1480 Lot 8 930 W10 Mrs Grace E Haynes, N 12 Rds Lot 4 , 1250 Harlow Miller, S 65 Ft of N 263 Ft Lot 4 480 4830 Virgil Ray Stanley, S 65 Ft of N 328 Ft 480 L Goodin, S of N 393 Ft 480 Sellett, S 65 Ft of N 458 Ft Lot 4 480 Russell Sellett, S 65 Ft of N 523 Ft Lot 4 480 Sub Div of S 325 Ft of N 848 Ft Lot 4 of S D Lot 16 of S D 1898 Wi Sec 16-1M Russell Sellett, Lot 6 480 Jesse Ponce, Lot 7 480 Robert H Forsee, Lot 8 480 Wm H Milan, Lot 9 480 Dale S Smith, Lot 10 480 Joseph & Albert Mathias, S D Lot 16 of 5 D 1898 WA Sec 1611-1 S 120.2 Ft of N 968.2 Ft Lot 4 770 Edward Halper, Ex N 968.2 Ft & Ex San Dist Lot 4 740 E L Whitman, N 245 Ft Lot 5 .. 110 Paul Hinrichs, Ex San Dist & Ex N 245 Ft 6 • Ex RR Lot 5 200 Sub Div 1904 Lot 31 N} 16-11 -1 Hensley H Dalton, Ex W 116 Ft of 132 Ft Lot 46 1790 Raymond L Kindhart, E 89.5 Ft of W 116 Ft of N 132 Ft Lot 46 920 Gerald F & Martha J Cross, W 26^5 Ft of E 116 Ft of N 132 Ft oLt 46 & E 49.5 Ft of N 148.5 Ft Lot 47 800 Hensley H Dalton, Ex N 297 Ft Lot 47 160 Elmer R Sears, W 49.5 Ft Of N 148^5 Ft Lot 47 530 Eloise A Omer, S 148% Ft of N 297 Ft Lot 47 230 4760 Hoffman's Sub Div of Pt of E*£ Lot 4 & WA Lot 3 of Sub Div Sec 16-11-1 James E Enright, E 49% Ft Lot 1 580 John D Martin, W 20% Ft Lot 1 & E 29 Ft Lot 2 .. 580 Alma Sweborg, W 41 Ft Lot 2 .. 480 Eugene A Kennedy, E 42.8 Ft Lot 3 500 Gertrude Kirkoskey, W 27.2 Ft Lot 3 & E 22.08 Ft Lot 4 580 Robert L Blevins, W 50 Ft Lot 4 .. 590 Richard Lee Rainey, Lot 5 520 Geo H Vermillion, Lot 6 & N 1 Rd Lot 8 710 Arnold E Lester, Lots 7 & 9 1020 Forrest R Fulton, Lot 8 Ex N 1 Rd & All Lot 10 870 Mrs C W Carlson, Lots 11 & 13 1020 Bondon L Johnson, Lot 12 520 Esther T & Alice M Bloomgren, Lot 14 520 Lee Ostrander, Lots 15 & 17 .... 1020 5060 Howard L Lynn, Lot 16 520 4890 Thomas Archer, Lot 18 520 4750 Chapman & Armstrong, Lot 19 520 Thomas L & Zoe L McGill, Lot 20 520 Grace Hoffman, Lots 21 23 25 & 27 1910 G D Belts, Lots 22 & 26 790 J M Burchell, Lot 24 520 Sub Div 1899 SE Sec 16-11-1 Walter C. Dyer. Lot 6 . . 2-420 R. D. Jackson, Lots 7 & 8.. 1310 Quinton Johnson, Lot 9 2770 Frank Collins Jr., Lot 10 3.80 A 1160 Floyd Frakes, Lot 11 300 Butler Manufacturing Co., N 42 Ft of E 220 Ft Lot 14 290 Butler Mfg. Co., Ex N 42 Ft of E 220 Et Lot 14, 6 A.. 3560 115690 11925C 5300 6100 1G0 4270 4800 49'JO 410 410 4130 4710 3820 4400 5190 5670 5850 6350 4450 5030 5090 5680 4350 4870 3520 4230 3550 4a70 6140 7010 4600 5620 5450 5970 4160 4680 6080 5410 5270 520 4770 5290 1910 3680 4470 3730 4250 5590 8010 3600 4910 7840 10610 3160 4320 4470 4770 Wed, July 10, 1963 Butler Mfg. Co., Lot 15 710 19070 19780 Butler Mfg. Co., Lot 16 4630 273170 277800 Butler Mfg. Co., Lot 17 8.26 A. 1780 43760 45540 Revenue Plat 1926 Lot 12 of Sub Div 1899 SE Sec 1641-1 John F. Simpkins, Parcel of Land 228 Ft on S 222 Ft on N 140 .8 Ft on W & 237 .8 Ft on E in NW Cor Lot 1... 1570 10040 11610 Earl Van Gieson, Lot I Ex Parcel of Land 228 Ft on S 222 Ft on N 140 .8 Ft on W & 237 .8 Ft on E in NW Cor Lot 1 .... 5430 15410 20840 Dallas O. Leadbelter, Lot 2 3R0 4670 5030 John C. Dawson, Lot 3 310 3350 3660 Rc Sub Div 1913 Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4 Sub Div 1899 SE Sec 16-11-1 Elizabeth Glasnovich,. Lot 1 1710 7310 9020 Ltipe Perez, Lot -2 500 3730 4230 Melvin R. Kimbrough, Lot 5 & 6 ... 430 3550 3980 Phil Redington, Lot 7 60 60 Mr. & Mrs. Phil Redington, Lot 8. 500 2890 3390 James E. Nemeth, Lot 9 470 5350 5820 Canfield Sub Div Lots 3 & 10 Rev Plat 1913 of Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4 of Sub Div 1899 SE Sec 16-11-1 W. R. Welsh, Lot 1 300 300 W. R. Welsh, Lot 2 380 4250 4630 George Heisler, Lot 3 320 1140 1460 George Heisler, Lot 4 ....... 320 320 Robert A. Hendricks, Lot 5 420 2390 2810 Theodore Weinberg, Lot 6 370 370 Wm. L. Canfield, Lot 7 420 1900 2320 Junior R. Johnson, Lot 8 420 1940 2360 Julian Palmer % Palmer Foundry, Lot II 410 520 930 Jack L. Martin, Lot 12 410 410 John O. Lopez, Lot 13 410 John O. Lopez, Lot 14 410 John O. Lopez, Lot 15 410 410 Sub Div 1904 Lot 13 Sub Div 1899 SE Sec 16-11-1 Galesburg Malleable Co., ex RR E 416 ft of S 550 ft Lot 19 5A 3600 52250 55850 Illinois Power Co., E 333 ft Lot 19 ex RR & ex S 550 ft 12440 233210 245650 Butler Mfg Co, Lot 19 ex E 709 Ft & ex AT&SF RR R of W & ex 10 Ft Strip for Hvvy Adj to Monmouth Blvd. 2.23 A 670 670 Brown Specialty Co, W 376 Ft of E 709 Ft ex W 83 Ft of E 416 Ft of S 550 Ft Lot 19, 8.28 A 14530 123500 138030 Wenzelman Mfg Co, N 238.31 Ft of E 553.5 Ft ex Tri SE Cor 108 .2 Ft by 106 .8 by 17.2 Ft in E 11 A Lot 21 Pt 10.83 A 2160 13580 15740 Butler Mfg Co, E 553 .5 Ft of S 625.7 Ft in SE Cor in E 11 A Lot 21 Pt 11 A 6410 28850 35260 Butler Mfg Co, a Triangle 108.2 by J06.8 Ft by 17.2 Ft in SE Cor of N 238.3 Ft of E .553.5 Ft of E 11 A Lot 21 350 350 Butler Mfg Co, E 4.80 A of Tt NE of AT& SF RR R of W of W 17 A Lot 21, 4.80 A 1780 1300 3080 Butler Mfg Co Inc, W 17 A I,ol 21 cx R'W & ex Pt N'ly of RR 11 W & E'ly of Lino at R/A to Orig R'W of P T Co Hit at Pt 280.75' E of W Line 11.13 A 8020 8020 Sub Div 1908 Part SW & NW Sec 16-11-1 Lying Hetwcen Santa Fe Right of Way & Monmouth Blvd Andy Frakes, Lot 47 5 A . 1500 4210 5710 Mart & Elsie Frakes, I-ot 57 3.09 A 920 2960 3S80 Gale Products, Ix)t 63 16.90 A 12170 12170 Sub Div 1904 S',i \E Sec 21-11-1 A L & Stella V Peterson, Lot 16 5.14 A 1540 2210 3750 Chicago Burlington & Quincy RR, E 69 Rds of S 58 Rds Lot 17 25 A 7500 90 7590 Chicago Burlington & Quincy RR, Ex \ & W of RR & Ex E 69 Rd.s of S 53 Rds Lot .17 oil.90 A j 10O2O 10020 1 Mrs Carl Nelson, et al, S of RR E% NW Sec 21-11 -1 4.S5 A ' 1280 1280 Jack Eugene Morrison, Ex RR. Lot. 11 S% NE See 22-11-1 4.10 A ...... 980 4230 5210 William J Foley, E% Lot 14 & All Lot 15 S% NE Sec 22-11-1 7.50 A 1800 3860 5660 William J Foley, W ^4 Lot 14 S% NE Sec 22-11-1 2 .50 A 750 750 John F Lynn, E 59 Ft of N 170 Ft of W 4 Rds Lot 16 S% NE Sec 22-11 -1 .... 70 70 Wm J Foley, W 4 Rds Lot 16 Ex E 59 Ft of N 170 Ft S% NE Sec 22-11 -1 70 70 Plat of RE S D of N 106.25 Ft of N 371.2S Ft Lot 16 Ex W 4 Rds of Said Lot 16 in L H Parker's S D NE Sec 22-11-1 Everett E Taylor, Lot 3 .36 A 850 4930 5780 Lyle Coffey, Lot 4 .20 A 500 4890 5390 Wilson A Harler, N 82 Ft of S 170 Ft of N 22% Rds Ex W 4 Rds Lot 16 NE Sec 22-11-1 .44 A 750 6820 7570 Richard L McCarthy, N 95 Ft of S 265 Ft Ex W 4 Rds Lot 16 NE Sec 22-11-1 .58 A 870 9810 10680 John E & Edna Betts, 5 88 Ft of N 22% Rds Ex W 4 Rds Lot 16 NE Sec 22-11-1 .47 A 800 4580 5380 RE Sub Div of S 16 Rds Lot 16 Ex W 4 Rds L H Parker's Sub Div S'A NE Sec 22-11-1 Wm F Worden Jr, Lot 1 .83 A 970 6150 7120 Carl M Bloomberg, Lot 2.83 A.. 970 10120 11090 Sub Div 1904 Lot 9 E of RR & Lot lO-'SMi NE Sec 22-11-1 Jack Eugene Morri son, Ex RR Lot 19 .15 A 50 50 Sub Div N Pt S!4 NW Sec 22-11-1 Chicago Burlington & Quincy RR Lot 3 33.34 A 8520 8520 Chicago Burlington & Quincy RR Lot 4 Ex RR, 11.83 A . 3020 3020 Sub Div 1904 Lots 1 & 2 of Sub Div S^ NW Sec 22 & That Part NE Sec 22-11-1 W of RR CB&Q RR Land & Tax Dept. N 6 Rds Lot 6, .37 A 970 440 1410 William Toles, Lot 7 680 350 1030 Wm H Eastburg, E 4 Rds of W 12 Rds of N 12 Rds NE Sec 23-11-1, .30 A 560 3720 4280 Dorothy Munson, W 8 Rds of N 12 Rds NE Sec 23-11-1, .60 A ........... 1110 3550 4660 D B Svvanson Est, Ex E 12 Rds of W 35 Rds of N 12 Rds & Ex N 12 Rds of W 12 Rds & W 40 Ft of Old RR R of W From 5th St to Davis St NE Sec 23-11-1, 159.34 A ....47800 47800 Royal A Harshbarger, 12 x 12 Rds in NE Cor W 35 A of W 70 A NE Sec 23-111, .90 A 1570 4730 6300 RE Sub Div Lot 2 in RE Sub Div 1878 of SW NW Sec 23-11-1 Elston J Crumm, Lot 1, 1.47 A ... 880 Lawrence I Gregg, Lot 2, 1 A .. 240 John & Margaret Healey, Lot 3 .50 A 590 C F Riley, W 907.5 Ft of S 660 Ft & S 247.5 Ft of N 495 Ft of W 379.5 Ft Lot 1 6 All Lot 3 SW NW Sec 23-11-1, 18.91 A 5910 5270 11180 W M Murray, Lot 4 SW NW Sec 23-11-1, 4.50 A 1350 1350 Sub Div of Part N of RR & WJi NE & All NW Sec 24-11-1 Gavenda Bros, W 5 A Lot 6, 5 A 1500 1500 Swanson's Sub Div of Part of W!a NW Sec 24 -11-1 William P Cannon, Lot 1 Ex N 135 Ft of W 208.1 Ft, 9.13 A 2190 4240 6430 Illinois Power Company, N 135 Ft of W 208.1 Ft Lot 1, .87 A . A 5120 6000 5120 5360 4520 5110 2960 7760 10720 2, 10 2400 4650 7050 3, 10 2400 1760 4160 Maynard Swanson Est, Lots 4 & 5, 15 A 3600 3600 Senarco Inc, Rev Plat 1929 RE S D NE Sec 33-12-1 Lot 2 Ex S 600 Ft of E 475 Ft 27.55 A 34310 34310 Galesburg Inns Inc, S GOO Ft of E 475 Ft Lot 2, 6.55 A 23220 98850 122070 BUSHNELL. 620 W. Hurst St* Buihnell. HefBiMI' ftMlthift Phont Bushnell 619 Barms School Reunion Planned BUSHNELL — Plans have been announced for a reunion of the former Barnes School District 115 Sunday, when a picnic dinner will be served at 12:30 p.m. at the James Wheeler lake, four miles east of the J. D. Murphy corner. Families who plan to attend were asked to take card tables and folding chairs. Rep mrt on Boys State Bushnell Rotary Club met Monday evening, at the Methodist Church. President John Shanklin greeted visiting Rotarians Dr. R. G. Trummel and O. T. Barton, of Macomb. Rex Lomax, program chairman, introduced the following boys, who gave a report on attending Boys State this year: Charles Combs, Rob Ro'ark and Jim Nickel. Meetings Announced The Jolly 20 Club will meet at the VFW Park this! evening at 8 o'clock. The Willing Helpers class of the Baptist Church will have a potluck dinner Friday at 12 noon at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Warren. Greet Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones and Judy of Downey, Calif., have been visiting in Bushnell the past few days. Birthday Celebrated A surprise birthday supper was held Monday for Miss Lima Raymond at the home of Miss Ann Meloan. Guests were Cindy Lou Ross, Lynn Brillhart, Pat Benkendorf, Charlene Wiest, Mary Jane Cotter, Teresa Bucher and Mary Ellen Fayhee. GALVA RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent 324 Main St. Phone WE 2-2658 Club Hears Report on Boys State GALVA—A report on Boys State, a citizenship training program for high school juniors under auspices of the Illinois Department of American Legion, was featured on the program for the Galva Rotary Club meeting this week in the LeClaire Hotel. Four Galva boys, who attended the program at the Illinois State fairgrounds in Springfield in June, related their experiences at the club session. They included, listed together with their sponsors, Dennis Lewin, Rotary Club; Dennis Nelson, Lions Club; Larry Ericson, American Legion Post, and Jim Kempin, Odd Fellows Lodge. Guests at the meeting included Ben Koppen, of Belvidere, E.' J. Waller, of Thomasville, Ga., and Dr. G. I. Case, of Kewanee. Chamber Proposes Retail Trade Stamps The Galva Chamber of Commerce held a special meeting Monday night at the LeClaire Hotel to discuss the adoption of a City of Galva trade stamp. Twenty-one of the 35 present were willing to try the plan for a year, but at least 40 are needed to make the plan work. If enough merchants will agree to its use, it is expected that the stamps will be in use in the Galva stores possibly by September. Conduct Fire Drill Twenty members of the Galva Fire Department attended a practice at the Galva High School Tuesday night. • Crew I will be on detail for next month and includes H. Hathaway, J. Hathaway, R. Alderman, A. Franks, H. Lamb and J. Chilausky. Naval Officer to Assume New Duty Lt. (j.g.) and Mrs. James Clayton left Sunday for California after spending a 25-day leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Verl Clayton, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Turner of Toulon. Lt. and Mrs. Clayton had just returned from the Far East, where he was served as a deck officer aboard the aircraft carrier Ranger in the Pacific. They both visited Japan, Hong Kong and the Philippine Islands. Clayton's next assignment is at Lamoore Naval Station near Fresno, Calif. Set Concert Tonight The fourth of the summer series of concerts by the Galva High School will be held tonight in Wiley park. The band will be under the direction of high school band director Leonard Smith. Counties Fill Quotas for Deer Hunting SPRINGFIELD (UPI) — Four more Illinois counties— Gallatin, McHenry, Stephenson and DeKalb —have filled their quotas for shotgun deer hunting permits. The Department of Conservation announced Tuesday that no more permits will be issued for the four counties. Quotas had previously been filled for North and South Pope County and Hardin, Clinton, Carroll, Ogle, and Jo Daviess counties. New Champ Must Have More Punch CARDIFF, Wales (UPI)-Howard Winstone, the new European featherweight champion, will have to develop a punch if he hopes to dethrone world titleholder Sugar Ramos. Winstone, a 24-year-old Welshman, won the European crown Tuesday night by stopping Italy's Alberto Serti with only five seconds remaining in the 14th round of a scheduled 15-rounder before 15,000 cheering countrymen at Maindy Stadium. Referee George Gondre halted the bout because Serti was bleeding from a cut over his right eye. It was the 40th victory in 41 pro bouts for Winstone, who completely outclassed the 30-year-old Italian but failed to score a knockdown. Winstone weighed 125 V* pounds to Serti's 125^. Winstone, who is ranked second among the world's featherweight contenders, lost the tops of three fingers on his right hand in an accident years ago and some experts attribute this to his lack of fire power. Decatur Still In 1st Place In Midwest By United Press International The Decatur Commodores, who were also-rans during the first half of the Midwest League split season, are fast becoming accus tomed to the rarified atmosphere of the first place. Decatur dumped Cedar Rapids, 7-3, Tuesday night to cling to the top rung on the Class A loop's ladder. Clinton edged Wisconsin Rapids, 4-3, and Burlington blanked Quincy, 6-0, to keep the C-Sox and Bees tied for second place, a half game back. Fox Cities remained next' in line with a 3-1 win over Waterloo, and Quad Cities clipped Dubuque, 5-3, to complete the night's action. Decatur travels to Clinton tonight to begin a three-game series that should determine whether the Commodores have enough staying power to hang onto the lead. The rest of the slate has Burlington at Dubuque, Wisconsin Rapids at Fox Cities, Waterloo at Cedar Rapids and Quad Cities at Quincy. Garden Bout on TV NEW YORK (UPD Stanley (Kitten) Havvard of Philadelphia, who has lost only one of 18 fights, has been matched with Cuban Jose Stable for a televised 10- round welterweight bout at Madison Square Garden Aug. 3. Stable has a 20-2-1 record. Cameron Legion Post Has Election CAMERON — Arthur Forbes, outgoing commander of the Robert T. Weaver Post, American Legion of Cameron, has announced the results of the recent election. New officers are: commander, Harold Mackey; vice commander, William F. Shimmin; finance officer. Earl Danforth; chaplain, Rev. Floyd Case; sergeant-at- arms, Larry Nesbit. Installation has been tentatively set for August. The next regular meeting will be held Thursday, July U. Board Makes- (Continued from page 11) •inBin »n iVmimiin-riit nir-nirrn Tin - • nmni» Agency for an annual premium of $1,383.3* Wto accepted. Budget Approved Approval of the board for the adoption of a resolution on the tentative budget was given for the period from July 1, 1963, to June 30, 1964. Estimates of expenses and disbursements for the'period are as follows: Educational Fund receipts, $704,115; disbursements, 704,096. Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund receipts, $7,150; disbursements, 7,155. Bond and Interest receipts, $106,465; disbursements, 106,465. General Building Fund receipts, $134,635; disbursements, 130,475. The problem of transportation for students Irving at least a mile and a half from school was discussed with a group of parents present. However, ho action was taken, pending further study of the situation. Will Offer Clay Fight With Liston NEW YORK (UPI) - Cassius Clav will be presented with a million-dollar "take it or leave it" offer today to meet heavyweight champion Sonny Liston at Philadelphia Stadium Sept. 30. The offer will be made by Bob Nilon, a Chester, Pa., businessman and brother of Jack Nilon, Liston's advisor, who planned to meet here today with Bill Faversham, head of the 11-man group guiding the destiny of Clay. Bob Nilon revealed in Philadelphia Tuesday night the details of the offer, which presumably rest on Liston retaining his title in his rematch with Floyd Patterson at Las Vegas July 22. "This is the greatest offer ever made to a challenger," he said. "If Clay turns it down, it means he'll be turning his back on better than a million-dollar offer." Bob NilOn estimates that a Liston-Clay bout will draw a gross of more than $6 million, including $5 million from closed circuit television. Clay, he said, will be guaranteed 20 per cent of everything — television, movies, radio and the "live" gate. Clay, following his recent fifth round kayo over Henry Cooper in London, said he is willing to meet Liston "if the price is right." He later announced his price — $1.5 million. List Winners In Model Car Competition Winners in the local Judging of a national model car contest were announced today by Ray Johansen of Ray's Hobby Shop, local sponsor. They are, in the senior class, Gordon Foster, first, Larry Miller, second, and Fred Strader, third; intermediate, Ron Whiteman, Junior Strum and Larry Weech; junior, Rod Galloway, David Simpson and Fredrick Peterson. All are Galesburg residents. Judging was based on original* ity, overall appearance and finish. Winning cars will be on display at the hobby shop until Thursday when they will be sent to Venice, Calif., for regional and final judging. The contest Is sponsored nationally by Bell Manufacturing Co. and Pactra Model Mfg. Co. of California. Trophies' were awarded locally, with a trip to Disneyland as prize for 12 national winners. Judges were Rex Pershing, Howard Cole and Andrew Walsh. Gene Fullmer Wifl Fight WEST JORDAN, Utah (UPI)— Middleweight contender Gene Fullmer, long known fo'r his endurance and physical condition, plans to go through with a scheduled title bout with champion Dick Tiger, his manager said today. Manager Marv Jenson said Fullmer is still nursing a sore foot but planned to leave Sunday for Nigeria where he will meet Tiger July 27. Jenson vigorously denied reports a substitute fighter might replace Fullmer in the title contest. The Utah fighter returned to the gym Tuesday. after a 2 l A- week layoff because of a foot injury suffered while sparring. Fullmer took a light loosening up exercise and planned to do the same type of training before departing for West Africa. "If necessary, Gene will work out in Nigeria," Jenson said. He also said another delay would be necessary if Fullmer's foot could not stand the strain of regular workouts. "We'll just have to wait and see," he said. The Utah boxer has maintained he needs more time to get ready for the fight. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Trading Post 1515 EAST MAIN ST. LOWER FOOD PRICES TO YOU BANANAS Firm Rip* u. 10<2 SUGAR 10 £ $ 1.49 BACON Mulberry Sliced 3 1.00 SALAD OIL Kraft 49* Quart RINSO BLUE 4..t 1.00 Tomato Soup C«mpb«ll$ 10c Tin OLEO Meadolfk* 5 u,. 1.00 READ THE WANT ADS! Double Colo 6 Bottle. 29tf Ply* D«po*ir PEACHES Sweet Juicy 10< Lb WIENERS Oscar Mayer 1 cl 490 BACON Rarh's —Cedar Farm JL Thick 89* JELL-0 3 n 19< SAUSAGE Homade 4 u, 1.00 BABY FOOD Beechnut 12 Jan 99(1 Libbys Frozen LEMONADE 10c Tin KOOL ADE 3 »„ 10*

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