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D E AT IIS AND FUNERALS itENitv CLAY HOUGHS JK, STAMFORD, Conn. (UPi) Henty Clfty Hodges Jr., an old goldltt- who was appointed to the U.S. Military Academy by Pmi- deftt Ulysses S> Grant, died in his jftfdcp Monday, Me was 103. WII.MELM MOROENSrtlERNlC WASHINGTON (UPI) - Withelm Morgenstierne, 75, Norway's first ambassador to the United States and dean of the Washington diplomatic corps at the time of his retirement in 1958, died Monday. DONALD E. ALLEN BURBANK, Calif. (UPI)-Don- aid E. Allen, 50, West Coast manager of promotional services for the National Broadcasting Co. (NBC), died Monday of a heart attack. A native of Nebraska, Allen had been with NBC since 1954. AXEL J. SWANSON CAMBRIDGE — Funeral services for Axel J. Swanson, 81, who died early Friday at his home in Cambridge, were held Sunday afternoon in the Stackhouse Funeral Home in Cambridge. Rev. John H. Clarke of Knoxville officiated, and Mrs. Florence Swanson played organ selections. Pallbearers were Morris Cain, Elmer Schmoll, Ben Broderman, C. B. Hulin, Eric Lindell and Martin Greenawalt. Burial was in Rosedale Cemetery, Cambridge. MRS. ESTHER NEWSTROM Funeral services for Mrs. Esther Newstrom, of Bridgeman, Mich., formerly of 248 N. Chambers St., who died Sunday, were held today at 2 p.m. in the First and Puckett Funeral Home, Rev. Donald Peterson officiating. Mrs. Ragnar Blucker was vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Clifford Pearson, organist. Burial was in East Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were C. O. Nelson, Mark Cooper, B. E. Leigh, Richard Nystrom and Earl Luxmore. MRS. FREDA LARSON Funeral services for Mrs. Freda Elizabeth Larson, 81, of 728 Jefferson, St., will be held Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Larson died Monday at 6:40 p.m. in her home. The former Freda Elizabeth Anderson was born Sept. 7, 1881, m Larson Funeral Home 206 N. Washington St. Abingdon, Illinois Mrs. Dorothy Eieleno Dixon Services: 2 P.M. - THURSDAY at the LARSON FUNERAL HOME. Friends may call Wednesday evening. Burial Abingdon Cemetery. KIMBER & WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Mrs. Charles t. Rutledge 1362 Monroe St,< Funeral: 2 P.M. - WEDNESDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel Tuesday evening. —o— Mrs. Frada E, Larson 729 Jefferson St, Funeral: 3:30 P.M. - WEDNESDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. Memorials may be given to the Covenant Church. Jari Sua Painter Sim Diego, Calif. Infant daughter of Mr. ft Mrs. Loren L. Painter Graveside service: U A.M. - THURSDAY at MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY. Vastergotland, Sweden, and had been a resident of Galesburg since she was 9. She was married to Fred Larson June 26, 1906, ift Oalesburg, and he preceded her In death. Mrs. Larson was *a member of the Covenant Church, Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Carl (Marcclla) Ahline of Galesburg, three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. CHARLES S. MACNAIR Charles Stewart Macnalr, 61, recognized authority in the packaging industry, died Friday at his home in Morgan Park. He was formerly of Galesburg. Funeral services were held Monday at Morgan Park, and burial was in Cairo Cemetery at Villa Ridge. Mr. Macnair spent his childhood and received his education in Galesburg, graduating from Knox.College in 1923. He was a consultant for the Signode Steel Strapping Co. of Chicago and past chairman of the American Society for. Testing Materials. He was active many years in the Technical Association of the paper pulp industry. During World War II, he served as consultant in the Navy to the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, Washington, D. C. Surviving are his widow Corinne; a daughter, Mrs. James Brook of Dayton, Ohio; a brother Walter of Chicago, and a sister, Mrs. Walter Pacey of Galesburg. GEORGE CLAGUE GALVA — Funeral services for George Clague, 89, of LaFayette, who died Wednesday at Peoria, were held Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Methodist Church, in LaFayette. Rev. John Clarke of Knoxville, and Rev. Forrest A. Risberg, of LaFayette, officiated. Vocal selections were sung by Leon Lewin, accompanied by Miss Grace Hoadley, organist. Honorary pallbearers were Earl Cobb, Robert Kewish, Victor Johnson, Earl 0. Turner, Clarence Gerard and Elvia VanSickle. Active pallbearers were Bill Clague, Dale Clague, Donald Calgue, James Meaker, Charles Meaker and Harold Skinner. Burial was in Evergreen Memory Gardens in Kewanee. EVERETT E. ALLEN MONMOUTH - Everett E. Allen, 85, of 519 E. Detroit Ave., died Monday at 2:45 p.m. at Monmouth Hospital. He was born Sept. 28, 1877, at Monmouth. He was a cigarmaker by trade and a member of the Ninth Avenue United Presbyterian Church. He was married to Bessie Humes March 29, 1900, at Monmouth, and she preceded him in death in 1946. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Earl E. Cox of Monmouth and Mrs. Martin DeKoning of Mount Morris; a son, Charles Allen of Monmouth; three grandchildren and two great-grand Mrs. Margaret A. Ostrander 858 Monroe St. Funeral: 10 A.M. — WEDNESDAY IMMACULATE HEART ' OF MARY. REV. RICHARD SLAVISH. COMMITTAL: ST. JOSEPH 'S CEMETERY. Friends may call at First & Puckett Chapel this evening where Rosary will be recited at 8 P.M. 96 North Chamber* 5t. GALESBURG, ILLINOIS BTAWSWD its* children, Besides his wife, ha was preceded in death by his parents and four brothers. Furteral services wilt be Wednesday at 3:30 p .m. at the Tlirnbull Chapel. Burial wilt be In the Monmouth Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel anytime. A memorial has been established for Monmouth Hos* pital and donations may be left at the chapel. FRED JOHNSON STRONGHURST-Fred, Johnson of Stronghurst died Monday at 6:15 p.m. at Kline Memorial Hospital In Burlington. Funeral and burial services are being arranged at the Fisher Funeral Home in Stronghurst, MRS. WILLIAM PRIVlA DALLAS CITY —Funeral services for Mrs. William H. Prlvia, 65, of Beardstown, will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Fisher Funeral Home, Dallas City. Miss Mary Hutson, lay pastor of Nauvoo Presbyterian Church will officiate. Burial will be in the Harris Cemetery near Dallas City. Visitation is at the funeral home Wednesday from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. The former Frieda Jones died in Dallas City Monday at 1:20 a .m. at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Morrison, where she had been visiting. She was born in Niota, Dec. 1, 1897, and was married in Dallas City Dec. 26, 1933, to William Henry Privia, who survives. She was a member of the original Methodist Church in Niota, and, prior to the time of her death, she was a member of the First Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Privia resided in Beardstown 33 years. Besides the husband, survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Gwelda Morrison of Dallas City and Mrs. June Callahan and Mrs. Verona Moore, of Beardstown; one stepson, Frank Privia of Beardstown; 19 grandchildren, 23 g r e a t-grandchildren and one brother, William Jones of Cedar Falls, Iowa. One brother and three sisters preceded her in death. THEODORE JOHNSON MONMOUTH - Theodore Johnson, 72, died Monday at 2:35 p.m. at the Colonial Nursing Home, where he had been a patient eight years. Mr. Johnson was born Oct. 28, 1890, in Sweden, and was brought to the United States as a child, settling in Denver, Colo. Some years ago he had moved to a farm in the Kirkwood area to assist his sister, Mrs. Alma Lundgren, who preceded him in death. He experienced a stroke 15 years ago and had been an invalid since that time. He never married, and there are no immediate survivors. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. at the Holiday and Hoover Memorial Cr ipel. Burial will be in the Center Grove Cemetery at Kirkwood. Friends may call at the chapel anytime. A memorial has been established for the Heart Fund and donations may be left at the chapel. JOHN EDWARD LEE MONMOUTH - John Edward Lee, 89, of near Monmouth, died today at 3:17 a.m. at Monmouth Hospital, where he had been a patient three hours. He was born April 11, 1884, in Warren County, and was reared in the Alexis community., He was married to Nora O'Brien April 16, 190i, at Galesburg. Mr. Lee was a retired farmer and stock raiser and a member of the Immaculate Conception Church. Surviving are his widow; three sons, Ralph, Ward and Paul Lee, of Monmouth;, three daughters, Mrs. Doris Bailey and Mrs. Frank (Bessie) Adams, of Monmouth, and Mrs. Leo (Clara) Sabien of Belvidere; a brother Tom of Alexis; a sister, Mrs. Mayme Flaherty of Davenport; nine grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daughter, seven brothers and sisters. Requiem Mass will be celebrated Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Immaculate Conception Church. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery at Alexis. Rosary will be recited Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Turnbull Chapel. A memorial fund has been established and donations may be left at the chapel. MRS. CHARLES BALL Mrs. Charles Ball, 59, the former Gladys Johnson, died in Vancouver, B. C, Saturday at 11 p.m. She had been in failing health the past year. She was born in Galesburg, at- Dallas City Infant Found Suffocated DALLAS CITY - A Dallas City child was found dead in his crib Monday, his death believed caused by suffocation. Mitchell Lynn Pence, 5 months, was found unbreathing about 11 a.m. by his mother. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Pence, immediately gave mouth-to-mouth resuscitation but were unsuccessful, They rushed the child to a physician's office where the child was pronounced dead at 11:15 a.m. Although the Hancock County coroner, Dr, Richard Kerr, is awaiting a pathologist's report he said all indications are that the child suffocated. Mitchell Lynn was born Jan. 24, 1963, at Fort Madison. Besides the parents, survivors include the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Byers of Dallas City and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pence of Lomax. Services will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. at the First Christian Church, with Rev. Charles Harris officiating. Visitation will be Wednesday from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Fisher Funeral Home in Dallas City. Judge Refuses ADC Cash for Traffic Fines CHICAGO (AP) - Money received from Aid to Dependent Children welfare funds cannot be used to pay fines in the Traffic Court of Judge Casimir V. Cwiklinski. Nine ADC recipients were released Monday from the House of Correction, having served 10 days for nonpayment of $100 traffic fines which the judge refused to let them pay with ADC checks. "I cannot accept money from you that came from the taxpayers," the judge told the offenders. "You are taking food from the mouths of your families to pay these fines." He had sentenced the nine to 50 days; but accepted 10 days as payment because he said he felt he would be doing a disservice to their families by keeping them in jail. The judge asked the recipients how they could afford to drive cars, and each said he was driving an auto belonging to "a friend." H INCH LI FF PEARSON FUNERAL HOMEWCHAPfl 287 N. Broad Pboaa 143-2101 MRS. ANNA ENG STROM — 259 N. Kellogg St. Services 2 P.M. Thursday at the Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call Wednesday evening at the funeral home. Churches Are Reviewed at * Oneida Meet ONEIDA—The Oneida Presbyterian Women's Association met July 3 at the church. The president, Mrs. Norman Hennig, welcomed guests from Altona, Ontario and Oneida. Mrs. Otis Rylander led the devotions, her topic "For a Better World." Mrs. Eunice Dougan introduced Miss Audrey Swanson, who presented the p r o g r a m "Churches in Foreign Lands" and showed slides of many of the churches she had visited in Spain, France, Germany, Switzerland, England, Scotland, Norway, a Baptist church in Russia, Turkey and in the Holy Land Syria and Jordan. - Hostesses were Mrs. Clyde McKie, Mrs. Marion Swanson, Mrs. William Rice, Mrs. Benny Meyers, Mrs. Carol Holmes, Mrs. Pearl Courtright, Miss Esther Anderson and Mrs, Grace Johnson, with Mrs. Vernon Swanson accorded serving honors. Gotesburg R§gister«Maif, Gafesbura, lit Tuesday, July 16, 1.tt3 ..L.tg Ivy KEYBOARD KALEIDOSCOPE—Seventy-five pianos in one bunch make an impressive array, as seen in the bird's-eye view. They also make an impressive sound. The pianos were assembled for a Piano Festival held In Rochester, N. Y., in which youngsters from eight to 16 participated. Honored on 85th Year BUSHNELL - Friends and neighbors of Mrs. Lottie Babbitt held a birthday party for the 85- year-old Bushnell woman, who resides at the Golden Age Nursing Home. The event was held at the home of Miss Wilma Singleton. Mrs. Babbitt's granddaughter, Mrs. David Miller, acted as co-hostess. Thirty-five guests and friends were present for a potluck lunch, including 18 great-grandchildren of Mrs. Babbitt. A number of friends called during an open house in the afternoon and ice cream and cookies were served. The honoree was given a card shower by her friends and former neighbors in Youngstown. Her husband is deceased. Defies Embargo on Cancer Drug CHICAGO (UPI) - Dr. Andrew Ivy, most noted backer of the controversial cancer drug krebio­ zen, said Monday he would continue distributing the disputed remedy in Illinois "whether we go to jail or not." Ivy made the vow at a news conference held after the Food and Drug Administration banned shipping krebiozen across state lines. Dr. Steven Durovic, who discovered the drug, said ho halted interstate shipments of it because he was "not going to violate the law." But he said shipments to 38 foreign countries would continue. Request Withdrawn Durovic Friday withdrew his request for federal authority to continue distribution of krebiozen on an investigational basis. He said he had "reached the limit of my tolerance for harassment, fraud ulent and threatening tactics" by the federal government. The FDA said in Washington the ban on shipping krebiozen was automatic following Durovic's action. Stop at Bushnell Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Clift and children of Garden City, Kan., stopped overnight Saturday with Mrs. Cliffs father, Harold Putnam and family of Bushnell. They were en route to their new home at Dayton, Ohio, where Clift will be instructor for a National Cash Register training school. The three children, Karen, Sharon and Alan are spending the week with the Putnams. The Putnams are taking their grandchildren to Dayton Saturday. tended local schools, was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church and worked at the Hotel Custer before her marriage. She married Charles Ball in 1933, at which time the couple left Galesburg. They ran a resort on the island of Bermuda until last year when they moved to Canada. She is survived by Mr. Ball, a married daughter, Cynthia, a granddaughter, and two brothers and a sister in Galesburg. They are Herman and Earl Johnson, and Hulda Arie. The funeral was held today at 11 a.m. in Vancouver with burial in the Canadian city. Innocence Plea Filed In Looting Teamster Fund CHICAGO (AP) — A U.S. Dis trict Court has entered a plea of innocent in the arraignment of Benjamin Dranow, who is accused with seven others of looting a Teamster Union pension fund of $20 million. The 55-year-old former Minne apolis department store official stood silently by as the plea was recorded Monday. Dranow presently is serving a sentence in the federal prison at Sandstone, Minn., for mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud and tax evasion. On June 4, a federal grand jury indicted Dranow, James R. Hoffa, president of the Teamsters Union, and six. other men on 28 counts arising out of the fraudulent obtaining of loans from the fund. The indictment climaxed two years of investigation by the FBI and the grand jury. The eight defendants were accused of diverting more than $1 million from the loans to their personal benefit. INFANT PAINTER Graveside services will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. in Memorial Park Cemetery for Jeri Sue, 3- day-old twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loren L. Painter of San Diego, Calif. The infant was born Thursday and died Sunday in San Diego. The mother is the former Shirley Powell. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Loren R. Painter of Galesburg, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Evans of Galesburg. Kimber and West Mortuary is in charge of service arrangements. Group Honors Couple at Oneida ALTONA—Miss Donna Kuhn of Peorja and Herb Nelson of Altona, who will be married Aug. 18, were the honored guests at a potluck picnic supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaw of Oneida July 10. Sixty-three guests were present for the supper and social evening. An original poem written by Mrs. Margaret Nelson was read by Audrey Shaw, who also presented the honored couple a gift of picnic equipment. Those present were: Clark Main and Kevin, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams, Dan and Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Main, Stephanie and James, Mr. and Mrs. Max Olson, Gary Main, Mrs. Louise Nelson, Sandra, Judy, Ronnie and Doug, Jim Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nelson, Patty, Dean and Carol. Mr. and Mrs. Don Main, Mike, Debbie, Diane and Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Main, Stephen, Sharon, Janice, Kate, and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson, Ken and Rodney, Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Magnuson, Joyce, Howard and Mels, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaw, Carolyn, Willard and Marie, Mrs. Margaret Nelson. Lyonel Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuhn and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Nelson and Dennis, Miss Donna Kuhn and Herb Nelson. Fulton County Farm Group Picks Officers Loren Worsdell of Vermont has been reelected chairman of the Fulton County Agricultural Extension Council. Officers were selected at a recent meeting of the council in the Canton Elks Club. Herman Kipp of Lewistown was reelected treasurer. New officers elected were Robert Marshall of Ipava, vice chairman, and Kenneth Rohrer of Canton Route 2, secretary. The council comprises farmers and businessmen interested in the Illinois Cooperative Extension Service in agriculture and home economics. The service provides farm and home assistance in various projects. Serve on Council Council members are appointed by Dean L. R. Howard of the UI College of Agriculture to serve as public servants without pay. Members of the council who are serving from July 1, 1963, to June 30, 1964, are Burdette Bradley, Dwight Beaty and Kenneth Effland, of Avon; Floyd Anders, Dean Johnson and Kipp, of Lewistown; Robert Dehner and Worsdell of Vermont; Henry Hughes and Lee Cassidy, of Table Grove; Leo Jenkins, Harry Overcash and Rohrer, of Canton; William Johnson, London Mills; Eldon Miller anr Richard Williams, of Smithfield; Merlyn Bowman, Astoria; Paul Atwater, Havana; James Ingold, Farmington, and Herschel Kelly and Marshall, of Ipava. First American author to gain international fame was Washington Irving, author of "Knickerbocker History of New York" and "Legend of Sleepy Hollow." Family Reunions Are Announced OPHIEM — Ossian cousins will have their annual reunion Sunday at Park Landuits, near Joslin. Descendants of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Peterson will have their annual family reunion Sunday at Fenton Park in Aledo. Robert Anderson of Coal Valley is president, Earl Peterson of Ophiem, vice president, and Mrs. Vincent Nelson of Rock Island, secretary. Benson-Johnson B e n s o n-Johnson descendants will have their 30th annual family reunion Sunday at Long View Park, Rock Island. Carl Benson of Aledo is president, Hubert Johnson of Alpha vice president and Mrs. Gene Benson of New Windsor secretary. The male "cob." swan is called a Bantz Kin HoldReunion YATES CITY - Annual Bantz reunion was held June 30 at Mineral Springs Park, Pekin. Historian reported six births, three marriages and one death: Son, Brad Allen to Mr. and Mrs. Donald McKinley, Pekin; son, Larry Lee to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bantz, Laura; son, Terry Steven to Mr. -and Mrs. Dennie Shelly, Minneapolis, Minn.; son, Richard Allen to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ebbing, Brimfield; son, Robbi Joseph to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bantz Jr., Wau kesha, Wis.; daughter, Deanna Lynn to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bantz of Aurora Marriages, Jon Timmons and Anita Armstrong, Toulon; Joseph Bantz Jr. and Sandra Hinze, Wau kesha, Wis.; Gerald Bantz and Sharron Hambrack, Aurdra Phyliss Irene, wife of Rollin Bantz died Nov. 17, 1962, at Galesburg.. A poem was read in her memory. Officers for the coming year will be Joseph Bantz, president Bob Anken, vice president; Helen Hillman, secretary; and Hazel Thompkins, historian, and the next reunion will be June 28 at Canton Park, Canton. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bantz of Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bantz of Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs. Helen Whipple, Mrs. Lorraine Babholtz, Waukesha, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ebbing of Brimfield, Mrs. Hillman of Farmington. Also, Mrs. Myrtle Weyrich, Mrs. Cecile Weyrich, Mr. and Mrs. John McGinty, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney McKinley, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne' McKinley, Mr. and Mrs. Donald McKinley and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Franciscovich all of Pekin, Miss Lenora Weyrich of Peoria, Mr. and Mrs'. Robert Anken of Easton, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Anken of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Lockenour of Mason City, Mrs. Edna Bantz and Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Tompkins of Yates City. Freeman Okays Plan to Double Shawnee Forest WASHINGTON (UPI) — Agriculture Secretary Orville L. Freeman has approved an expansion and development program to double the size of the Shawnee National Forest, Rep. Kenneth J. Gray, D-lll,, said Monday. The program will cost $40 million, Gray said. Gray said the 211,000 -acre forest is now separated by a large privately-owned area. This gap would be closed with the purchase of 00,000 acres of private land. He said an additional 195,000 acres will be purchased to provide improved park resources. The congressman said benefits would include increased timber production, watershed capabilities and public hunting and fishing capabilities, increased revenue to local government units resulting Classified Adveftl«iflg LOCAL CASH RAMI >. Elective April 1, 19S4 , 1-20 21-25 1 »•» . 8.68 TW1 26-30 -.1 »•*».-. 8.00 1 ,1.87 31-35 J ••«» *M 36-40 _ 1 6.82 3.8T | 1.07 41-36 | 6.65 m TSH" 1 a.« 46-50 i 4.84 I i.M (Replle* Mailed Out-of-town) 50o Card of Thanki In Memoriam* Lodge Notice* DEADLINE } l*inc let $2. inch ft* left* 00 Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks WELLS, Hattie — The kindness and sympathy of neighbors and friends in our recent sorrow will always remain with us a precious memory. Our sincere thanks and gratitude ior all those comforting acts. The Family I WISH to thank the Doctors, nurses, nurses' aides for their kindness and care; also for the cards, letters, and flowers I received while in the Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Mabel Sherman ROSELLE, Mrs. Nellie — 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 Lost and Found—1 GONE FOR GOOD? Not ii you quickly place Phone 342-5161. a LOST AD. BASEBALL MITT LOST—Stan Musial first basemans for right hand thrower, July 1 at Little League Park. Phone 342-3481 Roger Callahan. KEYS, lost Friday. Several on cloth string, could be In small paper sack. Finder please leave 'at Register-Mail office. Business Service— 2 EAVES Cleaned, flushed $6-$8-$10-$12 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—342-6023. 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'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas - oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Public Square. 343-6535. Nite 343-5404. For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. — 343-6813. NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318. Weed Mowing" E. J. MARTIN-342-0521 DRYWALL instaUed finished and textured. Sprayed on accoustic ceilings. Free estimates. CaU Phillip's Drywall, 5153 Elmwood, 111. Box 834. Gabe 's Tree Service All types, expert work. Free estimates. Insured. Phone 343-1386 between 8 A.M. and 9:30 P.M. SPECIAL furnace cleaning with power vacuum truck. Cleans all cold and hot air pipes, furnaces and chimney. $10.95. 3424216. Personal-Special Notice—4 BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains In clothing, appliances and furniture. GET PROFESSIONAL carpet cleaning results — rent Electric Carpet Shampooer, only ?1 per day with purchase of Blue Lustre. Kellogg Drake & Co. AVON PRODUCTS If interested in buying or selling. Call 342-0360. Male Help Wanted— S MAN — To service route in Galesburg local. Home every night, 22-40. married. Phone 3430342 WANTED—Catholic man to sell low-cost Hospital and Life insurance full or part-time. Will train — leads furnished. Write Western Catholic Union, Quincy, Illinois. mi (Continued on page 20) Western Illinois Birth Record ALTONA—Dr, and Mrs. Paul Marling received word Saturday of the birth of a grandson. The baby is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn L. Koehne of Virginia, from an upgrading of privately \ born at the Mason District Ilos- owned facilities, and a general : P' ta! at Havana. Dr. ami Mrs. economic boost to the area | Marling drove to Havana Sunday through increased business and j to f e ^6 new arrival and his private capital investment. Gray said communities in the forest area have lost 39 per cent of their population since 1940 and program will be of tremendous value in revitalizing the area. When alarmed, a spiny lobster springs backward by bending ils tail. BEAD THE WANT ADS! mother. Chickasaw* Aground LONG BEACH, Calif. (UM> The salvage ship Chickasaw, which belongs to the Chickasaw Salvage Co., went aground Mo /i* day whil'* trying to salvage th#* freighter Chickasaw which we /tf aground the night before. Auoth« er salvage ship wai tent oui fc) salvage both Chidm»w$,

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