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A k 1 - > ftft. ttMEftV T. KALMUS WEST LOS ANGELES (UP!)Dr. Herbert T. Kalrmi*, 81, pioneer in the devetopflrtgwl of col- ofed motion picture film, died Thursday of a heart attack. Me Was pt^ftteftt ot Teehfiic616i *M> «6n Picture Corp, from 1915 to 1962. ? REV. VINCENT MOONEY SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI) The Rev* Vincent Mooney, the University of Notre Dame priest who converted Knute Rocknc to Catholicism nearly 40 years ago, was to be buried today. He died of a heart attack Tuesday. Pu- EDWARD M SIIOENECK EVANSTON, 111. (DPI) neral services were planned Monday for Edward M. Shoencck, 89, retired vice president of Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Co., who died Wednesday at Melbourne, Fla. JAMES MIL WARD MADISON, Wis. (UPI) -James Milward, 82, professor emeritus in the University of Wisconsin horticulture department, died Thursday following a long illness. CHARLES H. MEBANE NEWTON. N.C. (UPI) w Charles Harden Mebane, 67, publisher and co-editor of the Observer-News • Thursday. Enterprise, died MA J. WILLIAM O. NICOL LITTLE gILVER, N.J. (UPI) Maj. William 0. Nicol, 74, a retired deputy superintendent of New Jersey state police, died Thursday at the home of his daughter here. WILLIAM A. THOMPSON MONMOUTH—Funeral services for William A. Thompson, 87, of 519 N. Main St., who died Tues- L day at Monmouth Hospital, were held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Turnbull Chapel. Rev. William Butler, pastor of the West Side; United Presbyterian Church, officiated and Mrs. Marie Monuments and Mausoleums McFAll MONUMENTS 1 Wisconsin Ruby Red Phone 343-6512 1801 W. Main Si Galesburg, 111. AUTHORIZED DEALER \ - + i 1 WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Thomas E. Adams 916 Chamberlaiu Ave, Funeral: 10 A.M. — MONDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. W 4 l Friends may call at the chapel Sunday afternoon and evening. Johnson Schuster Chapel Galva George A. Clague LaFayette Funeral services: MONDAY — 1:30 P.M at tthe LAFAYETTE METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. John Clarke, Knoxville r and Rev. Forest Risberg, LaFayette officiating. Burial in Evergreen Memory Gardens, Kewanee. Send flowers or contributions to the Memory Fund of the LaFayette Methodist Church, care of Mrs. Angelia Blake. Gabby actfofhpahfed C. P. Patterson, soloist Pallbearers were Morin Schaeffer, Pat Kearic, John Blair, Wilbur Quick, Stanley Hal ley and Joseph Creighton. Burial was in the Raritan Cemetery. DOtLARIIIDE BUSHNELL—Mrs Dollar* fbe In the Pleasant View Cemetery at Kewanee. The former Hatlle M, Smith was born April 30, 1887, at Ra* rriorta, S. D M and was married to William Ralph Stanton in Sheridan April 26, 1921. He died in No* vember 1960. Survivors are a son, Marvin Stanton of Knoxville; two daughters, Mrs. Bernfadine Wilt .of Galesburg and Mrs. Lorraine Anderson of Hinsdale; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Verle Anders of Hollywood, Fla., and nirte^grandchil* dren. \ hide, 66, died Thursday evening at the home of her daughter. She had been in failing health the past three months. Mrs. Dollarhide was born in Marshalltown, Iowa, June 14, 1897. She married Floyd Dollarhide at Marshalltown March 21, 1921. He died May 22, 1963. She attended schools in Marshalltown and was a member of the Methodist Church. She lived in Bushnell the past li years. Surviving are five children, Herbert R. of Kansas City, Kan.; Claire of Chicago, Glenn of Staunton, Va.; Mrs. Betty Haig of Sauk Village and Mrs. Helen Chambers of Bushnell, and 10 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by five brothers and sisters. Services will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Methodist Church, Rev. V. S. Chaffee, officiating. Burial will be in the Bushnell Cemetery. Friend^ may call tonight from 7:30-9 tft Martin Funeral Home. MRS. LAURA HANSON GALVA — Services for Mrs. Laura Hanson, 73, of Galva, who died July 6, were held at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel Thursday at 1:30 p.m. Robert E. Holmes, pastor of Grace Methodist Church, officiated, and selections were sung by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson, accompanied by Mrs. Verna Anderson. Pallbearers were John Hanson, Larry Hanson, Wilfred Hanson, Arnie Hanson, Russell Hanson and Clifford Doss Jr. Burial was in Evergreen Memorial Gardens, Kewanee. MRS. HATTIE M. STANTON KNOXVILLE Mrs. Hattre M. Stanton, 76, Knoxville Route 1, died Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in the Good Samaritan Nursing Home at Knoxville. ' Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Klinck Chapel, Knoxville, where friends may call this evening. Rev. Alfred E. White will officiate. Burial will Flowers.. "Nature's most .beautiful memorial" erson orists 312 I. MAM 121N. BROAD 341411* - dill i JO-2I01 KLINCK Mortuary Knoxvil|e, Illinois Mrs. Hallie M. Stanton •i • RR1, Knoxville, III. Funeral services: 2 P.M. SATURDAY at KLINCK CHAPEL where friends may call this evening. Interment Pleasant View Cemetery, Kewanee, Illinois. PETERSON WALLINKNOX Alpha, Illinois Mr. Halden Parker Glasford, III. Age 73 Formerly of New Windsor Arrangements pending at PETERSON-WALLIN-KNOX, ALPHA. H INCH LI FF a, PEARSON FUNERAL HOMEcWCHAPEL 387 N, Broad Phone 343-2101 MRS. A. H. WELLS 49 Arnold St. Services 2 P.M. Saturday at the First Christian Church. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Caldron services 7:30 P.M, this evening at the funeral home conducted by Murga Caldron No. 26. MRS. ALBERT II. WELLS Mrs. Albert H. (Harriet) Wells, 78, of 49 Arnold St, died Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Wells was born Oct. 9, 1884, at Bushnell and had lived in Galesburg since 1918. She was first married at Bushnell June 14, 1911, to Roy Grim, who died in 1927. On Nov. 17, 1928, at Monmouth, she was married to Albert Welfe, who survives with a daughter, Mrs. Wallace Alderson of Galesburg; two stepdaughters, Mrs. P. J; Petroli of Sacramento, Calif., and Mrs. Forrest Johnson of Galesburg; a stepson, Wilburn Paulv Wells of Arcadia, Calif.; four brothers, five sisters, 11 grandchildren and seven great­ grandchildren. Mrs. Wells was a member of First Christiah Church and its Lookout Class, a past mighty chosen one of Murga Caldron 26, a member of Nonpareil Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star, Sincerity Lodge 6, Booster Club and Burlington Veterans. Funeral services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at First Christian Church, and burial will be at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens. Friends may call this evening at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Home, where Murga Caldron will conduct rites at 7:30. Mrs. C, E. Vafi Norman, dfganlst. Burial was in the Woodhull Cemetery. Pallbearers were Hal* lin Roselle, Neal Anderson, WiU Ham Eiker, John Cdwcll, Ronald Peterson and Harlan Engstrom. Members of Sincerity Lodge, women's auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, attended the funeral in a group. 4km\i IIIMIWIM THOMAS E. ADAMS Funeral services for Thomas E. Adams,* 36, of 916 Chamberlain Ave., who*died Thursday at the Iowa City Veterans Hospital, will be held Monday at 10 a.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, where frrends may call Sunday afternoon and evening. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. BOBBY GENE BURNS DALLAS CITY — Funeral services for Bobby Gene Burns, 19, who died Thursday, will be held Fisher Funeral Burial will LESTER BLOUT LONDON MILLS—Lester Blout, 72, died of a heart attack Thursday at 1 p.m. at his home in London Mills. Funeral services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at the London Mills Evangelical United Brethren Church. Burial will be in the Bushnell Cemetery; Friends may call at the Cale residence in London Mills any.time Saturday after 3 p.m. Mr. Blout. was born March 8, 1891, in Young Hickory Township, Fulton County. He was married to the former Verna Norvill Aug. 25, 1913, in Lewistown. He lived his entire life in the London Mills community. Surviving are his widow; a daughter, Mrs. LaVerne Welch of Altona; three grandchildren, seven great - grandchildren, . and a brother Dwight of Fairview. Preceding him in death was a granddaughter, ter. Saturday at Home, Dallas City, be in the Crane Cemetery near Lomax. Visitation is at the funeral home today after 4 p.m. The youth was the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Burns, Dallas City. CLYDE F. SHAVER ABINGDON Funeral services GEORGE A. CLAGUE LaFAYETTE - George A. Clague, 89, of LaFayette, died Thursday at 9:30 p.m. at Peoria Methodist Hospital. Born Aug. 12, 1873, on the Isle of Man, England, Mr. Clague was married to Louise Elizabeth Warn- back at the Lutheran Parsonage at Cullom Oct. 14, 1894. They resided there until 1913, when they moved to the Monavillc farm at LaFayette. Funeral services will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Methodrst Church in LaFayette, with Rev. John Clarke ,of Knoxville and Rev. Forest A, Risberg of LaFayette officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Memory Gardens, Kewanee. Friends may send flowers or contribute to the memory fund of the LaFayette Methodist Church, in care of Mrs. Angelia Blake, the family announced. - -. MRS. REBECCA REMER LONDON MILLS—Funeral services for Mrs. Rebecca Remer, 41, of London Mills, who died Monday, were held Thursday at 2 p. m. at the London Mills Methodist Church. Rev. Lyle Leverton officiated and Mrs. Orlo Harding was soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Everett Carpenter, organist. Burial was in the Fairview Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dean Combs, Leland Timmons, Clarence Butler, Marvin Dowell, Calvin Ulm and Jack Rice. MRS. STELLA A. BERKEL CAMBRIDGE—Mrs. Stella A. Berkel, 80, of Cambridge, died today' at 6:15 a. m. at the Henry County , Convalescent Home, where she had been three years. The former Stella Seibert was born March 24, 1883, at Smithton, where she resided most of her life, moving to Cambridge in 1960. She was married to Lawrence "Berkel June 1, 1901, at Belleville, and he died April 19, Tuesday, 1934. She was a member of the were held today St 2 p.m. in the St. John's Evangelical Church at Smithton. for Clyde F. Shaver, 57, of near • I Abingdon, who ' died Mrs. Patricia Larson Funeral Home at Abingdon, Rev. Donald Hogan of the First Christian Church officiating. Miss Linda French was vocalise, accompanied by Dunlap, organist. Burial was in the Abingdon Cemetery. Pallbearers were'Hor­ ace Morby, Nelson Craig, Dale Anderson, Harold Lomax, Burdette Stegall, Ralph Palmer, Keith Brown and Harold Erwin. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. A. O. Grossman of Cambridge; a son, Deimar R. Berkel of Boise, Idaho; four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren, . She was preceded in death by 11 brothers and sisters. Funeral and burial services are planned Monday afternoon at the Renner Funeral Home in Smithton. ELGIE BLEVINS ROSEVlLLE-^Elgie Blevins, 60, who died Wednesday at his home in Roseville, were held today at 2:30 p. m. at the Corman Memorial Home. Rev. Roscoe Marks officiated. Burial was in Asbury Cemetery, Roseville. Organist was Mrs. John Doole. Pallbearers were Merlin Perrine, William Schlisler, Chris Balmer, Ray Seville, Tim Phelps and Eugene Tinker. HALDON PARKER NEW WINDSOR-I-Ialdon Parker, 73, a former New Windsor resident, died this morning at Glasford. Among the survivors is a daughter, Mrs. Lavon Michiels of Glasford. Funeral and burial arrangements are being made at the Peterson-Wallin-Knox Chapel in Alpha. MRS. NELLIE M. ROSELLE Funeral services for Mrs. Nellie Marie Roselle, 79, of 451 Columbus Ave., who died Tuesday, were held today at the First Lutheran Church, Rev. Ordell Peterson officiating. C. P. Patterson was vocalist, accompanied by AXEL J. SWANSON CAMBRIDGE — Axel J. Swanson, 81, a former Woodhull businessman, died this morning at his home in Cambridge. Funeral services Will be held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Stackhouse Funeral Home in Cambridge, with Rev. John Clarke of Knoxville officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home Saturday night from 7 to 9 o'clock. Burial will be in Rosedale Cemetery, Cambridge, Mr, Swanson was born April 19, 1882, at Andover, and spent his early life in Bishop Hill. He had been in the well drilling business and farmed. He later operated an implement business in Woodhull before retiring. He was married to Alice Gustafson June 12, 1915, and they lived in Cambridge since 1934. He was of Methodist faith. Surviving are the widow; a daughter, Mrs. Stewart Murchinson of Fort Collins, Colo.; three grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. H. C. Arlen of Tulsa, Okla., and Miss Olive Swanson of Elgin, and a brother Clarence of Cambridge. Two sisters preceded him in death. Dies in Mishap HAVANA, 111. (AP)—Gilbert H. Gregg, 37, of near Havana was crushed to death beneath the wheels of a truck backing up to a .loading dock at the Coggeshell Construction Co., Thursday at nearby Clayton in Fulton County. The victim was a weight checker for the state. To Size 4H PRINTED FAiTEKN After NOTE: S«nd pattern orders direct to New York. Watch addreu below. Orders will NOT be accepted at Galeiburg newipaper office Summer smartly in this refreshing dress with scooped-out neckline, slight sleeves, breezy skirt. Tab trim adds smart touch to simple basic. Printed Pattern 4620: Women's Sizes 34, 36 38, 40, 42, 44, 46. 48. Size 36 requires 2 7 / 8 yards 45-inch FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pat? tern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Galesburg Register- Mail, 411, Pattern Dept.. 243 W. 17th St., New York 11, N Y. Print § la inly NAME, ADDRESS with ONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Just out I 304 design Ideas plus coupon for FREE pattern—any one you choose In new Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 50 cents now. Cool and Dry Spans Vie With Crops WASHINGTON (UPI) cool and dry periods, the weather has begun cooperating with the 1963 corn crop in most of the healthy-producing * corn belt, according to the government's weekly weather and crop bulletin. The Weather Bureau said condition of the 1963 corn crop continued better than normal in most parts of the corn belt during the week ended July 8.. Moderate to heavy showers during the week temporarily boosted crop prospects in some sections of the belt. The agency said soil moisture deficiencies now. are largely confined to southeastern Minnesota, southern Wisconsin and Michigan, the more northern parts of Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana, and the eastern half of Ohio. Cultivated Last Time The bureau said about 90 per cent of the large corn crop in Iowa had been cultivated for the last time. A big part of the wheat harvest is over. It was completed in Texas and Oklahoma by July 1 and in Kansas July 6, one of the earliest harvesting dates of record. Combines were rapidly doing the job in Nebraska, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio. The Agriculture Department's review of the livestock and meat situations shows that cash receipts from farm marketings of meat animals in 1962 totaled a record $11.6 billion. This was 5.7 per cent above 1961 and 20.4 per cent above the 1950-54 average. The receipts from meat animals amounted to 30.9 per cent of total cash receipts, including government payments. The cash receipts for all livestock and livestock products in 1962 accounted for 53.1 per cent of total cash receipts. Total cash receipts from farm marketings in 1962 were $37.7 billion. Included in the total were cattle and calves, (8.1 billion; hogs, $3.2 billion; sheep and lambs, $322 million; dairy products $4.8 billion; poultry and eggs, $3.2 billion; all field crops, $15.9 billion. Government ments totaled $1.7 billion. pay- The department purchased $77.3 million worth of meat products during fiscal 3963 for distribution to needy families, for schools in the national school lunch- program, and for other eligible outlets. The meat products purchased included: Canned chopped meat, 122 million p ound s, 146.5 billion; lard, 40.9 million pounds, $4.6 million; frozen ground beef, Galesbur Classified Advertising 3b-4U KJfiNXAL l-wepuei Manea Uut-oi-u>wni 500 Cara oi Ihaniu ill xvieiiioiiuaib Lodge Notices A-inch of Jess |2.U0 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SA1UKDA* 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks I VviSH to thank all friends and relatives for the many expressions of kindness extended during my recent illness. Roscoe Simkins, London Mills Nursing Homo, London Mills, III. HOUSH, Mrs. Zett — We wish to thank all our friends, neighbors and relatives, also Mrs. Young, the nurses and attendants at the Nursing Home for their wonderful care, and for the kind expressions of sympathy at the time of the loss of our Mother and Grandmother. The Family of Mrs, Zett Housh. MY SINCERE thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors lor flowers, cards, gifts and the many acts of kindness shown me during my stay at Cottage Hospital. A special thanks to Dr. Bohan. the sitter, nurses, nurses aides and other help at Cottage Hospital. Also to Rev. Fowler, Rev. Peterson, Rev. Crowell and Rev. Lyons for their prayers and consolation. Erma A. Withrow, Oneida, 111. Lost and Found— 1 quickly place Phone 342-5161. a Not li you LOST AD. Business Service— 2 "EAVES Cleaned, flushed $6-$8-$10-$J2 after leaves are down but will clean now and when leaves are down for the same price. Good deal? Sure is! We also wash windows. 343-8771—342-6923, Painting and Decorating Building and Remodeling. Free Estimates. Call 342-8214. TREE REMOVAL 343-2296 — 343-6770 GABES expert tree service, all types tree work. Insured. Free estimates. Phone 343-5891. REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you pleases us. WE APPRECIATE your business. Call us anytime. Citywide Rubbish Removal, 343-8665 or 3434136. WRIGHT 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. NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318. Weed Mowing E, J. MARTIN—342-0521 DRYWALL Installed finished and textured. Sprayed on accoustic ceilings. Free estimates. Call Phillip's Drywall, 5153 Elmwood, 111. Box 834. Personal-Special Notice—4 $1 PER DAY rental for Electric Carpet Shampooer with purchase of Blue Lusre. Kellogg Drake & Co. GALESBURG Rescue Mission needs money, food, clothing, to help feed hungry and homeless man. 343.8844 or P.O. Box 524. , BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains tn clothing, appliances and furniture. m Male Help Wanted MARRIED man between 20 and 45 for appliance repair, good salary plus advancement. Experience preferred. Call between ^ n «i 5 n P,M ' for a PPointment, 24.9 million pounds, $10.3 million; and canned pork, 30.3 million pounds, $16 million. The government's investment in price-supported commodities as of May 31 totaled $7,748,330,436, according to the Agriculture Department. This was some $211 million below the investment a month earlier, and almost $800 million more than the investment a year earlier. Comprise Investment The investment was made up of $5,099,655,977 in commodities owned outright by the Commodity Credit Corp., and $2,648,674,459 in outstanding purchases of dairy products during June were 55,475,000 pounds of butter, 16,775,000 pounds of cheese, and 121,307,000 pounds of non-fat dry milk. In June, 1962, the comparable purchases were 68,945,000 pounds of butter, 18,597,000 pounds of cheese, and 177,394,000 pounds of non-fat dry milk. As of June 30, the government had on hand 427 million pounds of butter, 40 million pounds of cheese, and 477.5 million pounds of non-fat dry milk. mte Help Wanted^ Train for management career in large national company. Not an average "training pfo- gram,'* not an ordinary job. This unique management train* ing program follows a well planned comprehensive schedule. Provides you the best opportunity to develop quickly into a responsible executive in finance. Pays you full salary while you learn, with increases based on your rate of progress. Age 21 to 28, some college preferred. Liberal salary, car allowance, all modern employee benefits. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORP. 200 E. Main St. Galesburg Mill Hilp tatm ' I ..18*34. . OPENINGS NEED fit through i wmt OhOfti. f»ft«ffit 342-si*i to piic* your WANT AD. ftftiftte titty ff«fltei-4 WANTED — Middle-aged lady as housekeeper for tamily of 3, country home, No children, Write <Box m> care Hegistif* Mail. it*.*—tiidi SALESMAN wanted. We have an immeidate opening in our store for a salesman. This is a permanent salaried position with the opportunity to earn commissions. Liberal company benefits. If you have a pleasing personality, are aggressive, and interested in making above average income with the possibility of advancement, you will want to know more about this opportunity. Apply in person, see Mr. Elting, manager, Brown Lynch Scott, 244 E. Main. ATTENTION AUTO SALESMEN We are increasing our sales staff at McCreery Motors to sell the popular new Fords and A-l used cars. If you are a qualified salesman—like a taste of money —arc a closer and think you can fill the bill, this is a tremendous opportunity for you. For there arc rich rewards in new and used car sales. Stop in and see FRANCIS KNUTH or BILL BELL At McCREERY MOTORS Your Ford Dealer Since 1941 Kellogg & Tompkins 342-0177 — Galesburg, 111. Career Sales Representative CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB The Chicago Motor Club (affiliated with the American Automobile Association) has an exceptional opportunity in Knox County for 1 a capable, aggressive man ,wlth sales ability and desire to succeed. The man selected will receive paid classroom training, guaranteed Salary, plus incentive compensation and company benefits. He will represent the CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB as Assistant District Manager in the sales of membership, insurance and finance. For confidential interview, 3420171. ^ IMMEDIATE employment in the following openings: Production Control — Scheduler Purchasing — Jr. Buyer Purchasing — Expeditor Must have high school education, at least 2 yrs; college preferred or equivalent experience. Excellent working conditions and opportunity for advancement. Salary commensurate with experience. Write or apply in person to the personnel office, American Standard Industrial Division, 101 Franklin St., Kewanee, 111. MAN — To service route tn Galesburg local. Home every night. 22-40. married. Phone 3439342. MARRIED man for year around work on farm. Must be experienced with livestock and machinery. Top wages, good house. Ross E. Hanna, Little York, 111. Phone RA 9-2162. LOCAL concern established 12 yrs., has opening for person with good business background. You must have the following qualifications: married, 25-45, at least a high school grad.; and able to start 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^ , NO STRIKES — no layoffs. All over-time you want. Married to 35. Write Box 965. care Register-Mail. WOMAN wantecTto live in and care for elderly lady. A home plus wages. Give references. Write Box 634» care He gist* r- Mail. i LADY to live in, cook and com* panion to elderly lady. Close to town. Good wages. Box 033, % Heglster»M a ih WOMAN to live in aemi-modern country home and care for children while mother works. More for home than wages. Write Box 64U t % Register-Mall. Male, Female Help Wanted SOON Part time bus boy 2 curb help 2 waitresses 2 kitchen employees 342-0141 See Mr. Pec* at THE HUDDLE DKIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPING wanted by experienced middle-age widow lauy. Reasonable. Good cook. Live in. Kelerences. Write Box b30_care Register-Mail. WILL SIT with elderly lady and do some light wonc. Ph. 3422445, WANTED — Work by day or hour, care of eiuerly people or SICK in their home; also oach- eior or widower's home. Phone 342-16U1 or write Box 638, care Kegister-M a i 1. WASHINGS — IRONINGS Shirts, curtains, lace tablecloths, Water softener. Kates to steady customers. 343-4796. 531 £. BrooKs. * Instructs TU'iOuiNG by experienced high school teacher. English, Laun, Spanish, grade level subjects. Heading and phonics a specialty. Call 343-5130. MEN 18-34. Openings in Railroad communications. Start $400 up, after short break in. Maintain present income while training. Send name, phone, address Box 043, care Register-Mail.^ business opportunity fletore sou tnVtttVf, AM V£&'i'lGAT£l me QaiesAuiQ Mediates - Mail alt em pis io determine ioe re» liability ol me advertiser in all ada requiring an investment. II cannot, now ever, guarantee all sttcn oitera. We recommend that you INVESTIGATE fully before you INVEST. • RESTAURANT for sale in New Boston, all newly rebuilt including brand new fixtures, grill, etc. with seating capacity of 100. Doing fine business now and offering tremendous potential to experienced operator. Very fine modern apt. upstairs. Desirable terms to substantial buyer. Berglund & Acord Agency, Aledo, 111. Phone JU 2-1152. FOR SALE Radio and TV and repair business. Photographers shop. Doing good. Write 93 S. Seminary, Galesburg. AN OPPORTUNITY Business and living facilities is offered in this 40*x48' well constructed modern building with full basement, stoker heat. On Knoxville Road ap- prox. 2 acres land, dbl. gar., also 2 buildings 20'x40\ 20'x 24 . Shown by appt. DEETS REALTY OR MULLEN REALTY CONFECTIONERY BUSINESS For sale in Galesburg. Write Box 641, care Register-Mail. SMALL business wanted or will buy into business as partner. Write Box 632 care Register- Mail. All replies confidential. FOR SALE Peve's Plumbing, Heating and Electrical Shop. 106 Front St.. Galva, 111. Male Help Wanted TTENTION A Special 2-day class will be held locally, Tuesday and Wednesday, July 16 and 17, for a group selected for training in sales and sales management, to assist in our immediate Illinois expansion program. If you are married, age 25 to 50, and reside in Peoria and surrounding counties, and feel you can qualify for a career opportunity—Call Peoria 688-3632 Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 11, 12, 13, for appointment for interview. Those selected and completing our training will be qualified for immediate income and opportunities. Si READ THE WANT ADS! Fullmer and Tiger Bout Postponed WEST JORDAN, Utah (API— Gene Fullmer's sore foot caused another postponement in his scheduled fight with middleweight champion Dick Tiger in Nigeria and Joey Giardello, who also wants a crack at the Tiger, said Gene's afraid. "He doesn't like to go too far from home/' Giardello said at a news conference in New York Thursday. He said Gene is afraid to go to Africa "because he knows Tiger is a little too tough for him." Gene boils underneath at jibes like that, especially from Giardello, but he got hold of himself and said: "I don't care to comment on it because I couldn't say anything nice. And if I can't do that, I don't want to say anything at ail." This was the second postpone­ ment. Fullmer and Tiger were first scheduled to fight at Ibadan, Nigeria, this Saturday. But Full* mer hurt his foot during a work* out and postponed it until July 27. But the foot healed slower than expected and Thursday hJs man* ager, Marv Jenson, announced, after talking on the phone to Brit* ish promoter Jack Solomons, that the fight would be Aug, 10. Paul Inflation DUNEPIN, Fla. (UPI) Runyan was the leading money winner on the PGA tour in 1934 with 16,767. By contrast, Arnold Palmer set the all-time record for money-winnings in 1862 when he collected $81,448.33. For Horseshoe Pitcher WASHINGTON (UPI) mer President Harry S. Truman is an avid horseshoe pitcher and even had a horseshoe pitching ounds House Fight Results MIAMI, Fla-Tony Mamnwal- li. 132, Pittsburgh, outpointed Bobby Mariv, m, Youn^towa* Ohio, d. . k r V

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