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D E AT IIS AND FUNERALS BEltNlCE 0. COBEft URIAH, Calif. (UPI) - Bernice Oster Cober, fi8, who had pub lished the tlkiah Daily Journal with* her husband since 1931, died Wednesday at their home. FRED O. NEWMAN WESTPORT, Conn. (UPD- Fred 0. Newman, 59, a former assistant city editor of the New York Herald Tribune and onetime managing editor of Popular Science magazine, died at his home Wednesday after a long illness. RICHARD F. DUNN NORMAL, 111. (UPI) - Richard Francis Dunn, 76, state Republican chairman from 1928 to 1932 and a lawyer for 47 years, died of cancer Wednesday. BLISS SHUMAN SULLIVAN, 111. (UPI)-Funeral services will be held Friday for Bliss Shuman, 84, father of Charles Shuman, the president of the American Farm Bureau. Shuman died Tuesday. ALLEN M. CLINE MIDDLEBURY, Vt. (UPI)-Dr. Allen M, Cline, 82, emeritus professor of history at Middlebury College since retiring in 1952, died Wednesday. MRS. LAURA JOHNSON GALVA — Funeral services for Mr"s. Laura Johnson, 89, of Galva, who died Sunday were held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel. Rev. Eugene Anderson, pastor of the Baptist church in Toulon, officiated. Organ selections were played by Mrs. Verna B. Anderson. Pallbearers included Rias Spets, Arthur Anderson, Vernon Nordstrom, George Norbom, Glenn Lindstrum and Howard Stephenson. Burial was in the Bishop Hill Cemetery. CHARLES A. CONE ELMWOOD — Funeral services for Charles Atherton Cone, of Pasadena, Calif., formerly of Elmwood, were held Monday at 1:30 p.m. from the Patterson Funeral Home. The Rev. Mr. Bowermaster officiated, and Russell Remmele played organ selections. Burial was in Elmwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Charles Bowers, Eugene Bourgoin, Robert and Owen Cone. Mr. Cone, 86, died Friday at Pasadena. ERNEST HOG AN Funeral services for Ernest Hogan, 72, of Lake Bracken, a retired florist, will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, where friends may call Friday afternoon and evening. Burial will be in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Mr. Hogan was pronounced dead on arrival at St. Mary's Hospital Wednesday afternoon. He had just finished sawing off a limb from a tree at Lake Bracken when he collapsed from a heart attack. Mr. Hogan, who was born Oct. Mil & PUCKETT Mr. Oral R. Kline 771 N. West St. Formerly RR1, Rio, 111. FUNERAL 2:30 P.M. FRIDAY FIRST & PUCKETT CHAPEL. REV. RALPH DUDE. COMMITTAL SANGER, CALIFORNIA. There will be no visitation. Committal services 2 p.m. Monday, Sanger Cemetery District, Sanger, California. Mr. Clifford A. Newkirk 437 XV, Fremont St. FUNERAL 10 A.M. FRIDAY AT FIRST & PUCKET CHAPEL. REV. ORDELL PETERSON COMMITTAL POINT PLEASANT CEMETERY, ROSEVILLE. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home *" sJuneraiJlom* 96 North Chambers St. GALESBURG. ILLINOIS ESTABLISHED I«I 29, 1890, in Schuyler County, was a florist 49 years, working with the former Drury's Greenhouse 29 years and later at the Gales* burg park system. Mr. Hogan's work with flowers at the parks received recognition in several publications. He retired in October 1959. He had resided 42 years at 799 N. Henderson St., and the last six years at Lake Bracken. He was married to Sarah Hill Dec. 31, 1912, in Galesburg. He was a member of the Methodist faith. Survivors are the widow; two sons, Herschel L. and Lloyd E. Hogan, of Lake Bracken; a brother, Perry Hogan of Galesburg; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. VIRGIL DUGGINS ELMWOOD — Funeral services for Virgil Duggins of near Low- point, formerly of Elmwood, were held Monday at 2:30 p.m. from the Patterson Funeral Home. Rev. M. A. Whisler and the Rev. Mr. Willoughby officiated, and Russell Korth sang accompanied by Russell Remmele, organist. Burial was in Swan Lake Cemetery. Pallbearers were Melvin Crisp, Francis Roffey, Elmer Miles, Harold Davis, James Inskeep and Clyde Archibald. Mr. Duggin, 76, died Friday at Peoria Proctor Hospital. MRS. ALIDA JONES AVON—Mrs. Alida (Anderson) Jones 87, of Algonquin, formerly of Avon, died there Wednesday. She was born Dec. 27, 1875, in Stockholm, Sweden. She was married to Roy Wilkins, who preceded her in death. She was later married to David Jones, who also preceded her. Surviving are two sons, Herbert Wilkins of Avon and Glen Jones of Tqledo, Ohio; two daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Crowl of Algonquin and Mrs. Ada Smith of Newport, Calif., several grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Olga Jones of Glendale, Calif. A son and a daughter also preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 Saturday morning at the Brand Funeral Home in Avon, with Rev. Dale Sanner of Canton officiating. Friends may call Friday afternoon and evening at the funeral home. Burial will be in Olive Cemetery, Avon. GEORGE A. KELLEY STRONGHURST - George A. Kelley, 70, of the Stronghurst vicinity, died Wednesday at 6:40 p.m. at Veterans Hospital, Iowa City. He was born June 24, 1893, and was a veteran of World War I. He was a truck driver. Survivors include one son William Kelley in the Navy, and two sisters, Mrs. Maggie Jacobs of Knoxville and Mrs. Jessie Dalton. A brother preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Fisher Funeral Home, Stronghurst. Burial will b<- in the Stronghurst Cemetery. Visitation is Friday evening. Chief Hunts 'Birds' ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UPI) —Chief of Police Harold Smith is conducting a high priority investigation within his department. Smith said if he is successful in finding out who has been making bird calls over the department's public address system, "they'll get 30 days without pay to practice." PETERSON- WALLIN KNOX Woodhull, 111. Carl W. Lundeen Jr. Woodhull FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS PENDING AT PETERSON-WALLIN-KNOX WOODHULL. KIMBER & WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Ernest Hogan Lake Bracken FUNERAL SERVICES SATURDAY 2 P.M. AT THE KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Where friends may call Friday afternoon and evening. Burial in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Area Students Win Degrees At Denver U. A total of 417 candidates, Including three from Galesburg, will receive diplomas at the University of Denver Friday morning. The three local students are Linda L. Anderson, Bonnie J. Holmes and Clyde R. Miller. University Chancellor Chester M. Alter will present diplomas, which include 186 bachelor's degrees, six law degrees, two associate degrees, 200 master's degrees, 23 doctoral degrees and two honorary doctor of law degrees. The honorary degrees will go to Muhammad Zafrulla Khan, president of the United Nations General Assembly and Gov. John A. Love of Colorado. Cahill Accepts Welfare Post In Nevada CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) Peter W. Cahill, who served 31 years with the Illinois Public Aid Commission, will become Nevada welfare administrator Sept. 3. Cahill, whose appointment was announced Wednesday, will succeed Barbara Coughlin in the $13,850-a-year position. Cahill, 54, resigned a $16,680-a- year job as executive secretary of the Illinois Public Aid Commission in August 1962 shortly after C. Virgil Martin, a Chicago businessman, resigned as chairman. They were at odds with Gov. Otto Kerner over proposed cuts in welfare expenditures. New Windsor Scouts Earn Recognitions NEW WINDSOR — Four Boy Scouts of Troop No. 437 received merit badges at the meeting Aug. 12. They were as follows: Bruce Johnson, wildlife management, lifesaving and horsemanship; Neil Bredberg, wildlife management, archery and canoeing; Jim Jones, wildlife management and canoeing and Judd McAfee, horsemanship. Richard Heino, junior assistant scoutmaster, presided. Michael Johnson and Mike McCready were visitors. Neil Bredberg was elected senior patrol leader. The troop completed plans for the float which they will enter in the parade and a stand at the Fair and Horse Show. The scouts will clean the fairgrounds Aug. 17 following the fair. A swimming parly was planned for Aug. 24, at Fenton Park at Aledo. Aug. 19, the troop plans to complete the work at the Scout Building. The Panther patrol was credited with 95 points and the Bears 60 points in the contest. Plan Friends Night New Windsor Chapter Order of Eastern Star will observe friends' night Sept. 9. Plans for the event were announced by Mrs. Ward Anderson, worthy matron, at the meeting Monday evening. A bake- less bake sale is in progress among the chapter members. Pick Delegates Mrs. Myrtle Thompson was elected delegate and Airs. Emil Johnson, alternate, to the advisory council meeting of the War Mothers at Peoria Sept. 9-10, at a short meeting of Unit 80 Monday. Mrs. James Stewart was hostess. Visit in Pontine Mr. and Mrs. Guy Leonard visited in Pontiac Sunday and Miss Keturah Springer accompanied them home to attend the Fair and Horse Show. Algerian Head Opens Relations With Rebels ALGIERS (UPD-The Algerian government announced Wednesday it has granted diplomatic recognition to an Angolan government-in-exile headed by Holden Roberto. Roberto, head of one rebel movement trying to win Angola's independence from Portugal, has set up headquarters in Leopoldville, The Congo, where Algerian Premier Ahmed Ben Bella has been sending him military aid. Aussie Mom Scores Again, Delivers Twins, Fifth Set GoltsburaJtegister-Mail, (fotesburg, ,111, Thursday, Au& J 5,, 19#3 1£ SYDNEY, Australia (AP) "Mummy has done it again," John Struthers told two of his daughters Wednesday night after his wife gave birth to her fifth set of twins. A Sydney gynecologist said the odds against that many twins in one family are about 3 billion to 1. The boy and girl, each weighing five pounds, brought the Struthers brood to 14 children. Four arrived singly. "It's very exciting news," said Janette Struthers, the 44-year-old mother. Fairfield Hospital said she and the babies were doing well. Father John, 46, earns 19 pounds ($42.50) a week as a factory machine greaser. The couple and 11 children moved to Australia IVx years ago from Scotland. Their oldest son, James, 25, is a signal man in the British army. A six-bedrooms house at Guilford, a Sydney suburb, houses Mr. and Mrs. Struthers, Alex, 21; David, 19; Agnes, 16; John 15; Ann and Archibald, 14; Robert and Isobel, 11, and Christine and Margaret, 8. David's twin, Moreen, is married but has no children. 'Hoodlum Priest' Dies In St. Louis Hospital ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Father C. Dismas Clark, S.J., the "hoodlum priest" whose efforts to rehabilitate ex-convicts won national attention, died today in his sleep. He was 62. Father Clark, a small, wiry man who could match the tough talk of his "cons" word for word, was named for St. Dismas, the Prairie City Scouts Return From Camp PRAIRIE CITY —The Prairie City and Good Hope Boy Scout Troop 345 returned home Friday from a 10-day camping trip in Wisconsin. They camped at Lake Arbutus near Hatfield, Wis., which is in the Black River Forest. Assistant Scoutmaster and Mrs. Dale Akers and John went up on the Tuesday night before to get their son Gale and also returning with them were John Robinson and Mike Morey. The scoutmaster, Rev. A. L. Trickey, returned with the other boys, who were Jim Robinson, Max Schilser, Gary Lafary and David Trickey. All report a good camping trip and they brought home with them some Wisconsin Swiss cheese. From Oregon Mrs. Eleanor Endres and daughter, Linda from Portland, Ore., are visiting her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McFetridge and their family. They will return home by train next week. Revise Church Services Rev. E. L. Dunavin of the Prairie City-Walnut Grove Yoked Field has announced that a change has been made in the Sunday morning services at the Methodist churches. Kenny Mc Millan will be the speaker of Aug 25. Aug. 18 the speaker will be Robert McGrew. Bridge Club Meets Mrs. V. G. Skean entertained her bridge club for a luncheon at the Cecil and Fanny's cafe Tuesday. Her additional guest was Mrs. Hal Pool. Following the luncheon, tables were arranged in the private dining room for games. The high scores were marked by Mrs. Dexter Emory and Mrs. Orrin Skean. Club Has Picnic The Household Science Club held its annual picnic at the East Park Wednesday. During the afternoon, contests of bingo and password were played. Mrs. Ada Mead, a member, who resides a part of the year at Downers Grove, was present. A collection of $5.10 was taken and donated to the Park Fund. "good thief" crucified beside Christ. He entered St. Mary's Hospital here July 27. His doctor said he died from a heart disease. Motion Picture A biographical motion picture, "The Hoodlum Priest," was made of Father Clark's work with ex- convicts at Dismas House, a rehabilitation center which he founded here in 1959. During its first year Dismas House took in more than 300 men and obtained more than 600 jobs for ex-criminals. It was a haven where they were fed and sheltered while they attempted to make the transition back to a normal life. Fought Death Sentence Father Clark, who fought a lifelong battle against capital punishment, became interested in working with criminals in 1936 when he became associated with St. Louis Criminal Corrections Judge David Fitzgibbon. A native of Decatur, 111., Father Clark was born Dec. 23, 1901, of Irish emigrant parents. He was one of eight brothers and five sisters. Prior to becoming a priest, Father Clark worked in the circulation department of the Decatur Herald Review. His family moved to Illinois from the hard-coal fields of Pennsylvania. Arts in Haili Case WASHINGTON (UPI)—The Organization of American States has decided to send a commission to Haiti to investigate charges that the Dominican Republic aided the revolt against the Francois Duvalier regime. The decision was announced Wednesday at a closed meeting of the OAS Council. Ike Approves Nuclear Ban Unless . . . NEW YORK (AP) - Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower said today he would favor the nuclear test ban treaty unless there is "some rather hard evidence" that America's security would be endangered. Eisenhower, returning from a visit to the Normandy beaches of France, said he had been asked by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to give his views on the pact. He said he would do so in writing in "studied fashion." READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Find Ancient Home JERUSALEM, Israel (UPD- Archaeologists reported today they uncovered near the Dead Sea a model home built of clay about 5.000 years ago. A number of Egyptian-made abydos iars of the same period also were found there. U.S. Continues Nuclear Testing Underground WASHINGTON (UPI) — The United States today conducted an underground nuclear test in Nevada, the second announced shot in four days. x Such tests are permitted under the limited nuclear test ban treaty which forbids other types of experiments. Announcement of the test was made by the AEC which said it was of low yield. This means that the power of the test was under the equivalent of 20,000 tons of TNT. McCormick Kin Gather for Seventh Reunion The seventh annual McCormick reunion was held at Skylark Retreat, northeast of Gilson Aug. 11. Hosts were the Eugene McCormick family of Trivoli. The oldest McCormick present was Miss Ethel McCormick, Princeville, and the youngest was William Lee Riley, Moline. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Riley and baby, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riley, Pat and Dona, of Moline; Mr. and Mrs. Dean McCormick and boys of Gilson; Mrs. Lester Hulin and children of Dahinda and Mi*, and Mrs. John McCormick and family and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McCormick of Maquon. John McCormicks are host for the reunion next year. Bread Is Crunchy WIMBLEDON, England (UPI) —Baker Thomas Walters was fined $28 (10 pounds) Wednesday for selling bread that was not up to standard. A woman testified she ate a slice of Walters' bread and found a glass thermometer in it. Dies at Same Spot KINGSTON, England (UPI)-A coroner said Wednesday that Mrs. Gertrude Bruce, 70, was killed by an automobile Aug. 6 at the same spot on a road where her husband, Neil Bruce, was killed in an accident Dec. 25, 1960. Classified Advertising LOCAL CASH RAT* Effective April 1, 19S3 Word* 1-W 7-dayt *-daye 1-daj 3.36 | 1 .34 | 1.30 11 -25 |_J.« | 8.68 | 1.43 26-30 4.37 I 9.80 | 1.5? 31-35 _5.10_f 3.39 | 1.81 _88-40 6.82 | 3.87 | S.0? 41-35 6.55 | 4.36 | 8.3S 46-50 1M \ 4.84 S.5P (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) 50a Card ot Thank* In Memoriama Lodge Notice* DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. } l-lnch ot less $2.00 SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks SHERMAN, Jessie F. Our deepest appreciation to neighbors, friends and relatives for the many acts of kindness during the extended illness and death of our mother—for the cards sent to her, food, sympathy cards and flowers. A special "thank you" to Dr. Redington, Dr. Graham, Mrs. Young and the employees on the West wing at the Knox Co. Nursing Home for the wonderful care given her, the minister Rev. John Clark, the organist Mrs. Betty Clarke, the vocalist Mrs. Reese Thurman, and pallbearers, LaVerne and LaVelle Denlen, Lee and Francis Sherman. Mr. & Mrs. Ivan Sherman, Mr. & Mrs. K. Boynton, Mr. & Mrs. C. L. Prince. WILSON—We wish to thank Dr. Frankhauser, nurses and nurses aides at the Saunders Hospital; friends and relatives for the kindness and sympathy shown us during the illness and at the time of death of Edward H. Wilson. Also we are very grateful to the minister, organist, pallbearers and the Undertaker, Mr. Brand. The Brothers and Sisters Lodge Notices Nonpareil Chapter No. 618 O. E. S. WILL observe Grand Lecturers' Night Saturday, August 17, at 8 P.M. Mrs. Ruth Wolleson, guest of honor. Wilma and Clarence Spilman, guest Worthy Matron and guest Worthy Patron. All Eastern Star members are invited. Shirley Swegle, W.M. Charles Swegle, W.P. Louise Manworren, Secy. Lost and Found—1 GONE FOR GOOD? Not if you quickly place a LOST AD. Phone 342-5161. Business Service—2 BUILDING & REMODELING Roofing and Siding, custom built cabinets. Free estimates. 3428214. LAWN BUILDING Rough grading to the finished lawn. Black dirt and white rock Bledsoe's Lawn Builders, 3432296. NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners Used stokers, gutter work. 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318. FURNACE CLEANING and repairing. Stoker repairing. Stokers installed. 343-4674. LAWN BUILDING Fall is coming — ye,ars of sue cessful experience taught us the best time of year to smooth out your lawn is now. Call us for free estimate. MARTIN Lawnbuilders Ph. 342-0521 For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. — 343-6813. 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 Publlo Square 343-0535 Nite 343-5404 PAINTING & Paperhanging. Interior or exterior, insured, quality work, city or country. Also spray painting. H. H. Lohmar. 342-4729. RUBBISH REMOVAL Clean, courteous, dependable, Rite-Way Disposal System. Ph. 343-5461. LAWNMOWERS and power mowers ground, $2.00 and $4.00 Roto mowers $1.00. Saws retooth and filed, $1.00 Jack Turner, 1564 Bateman. Transportation— 3 WANTED — ride to Bettendorf. 8 to 5 shift. Call 342-2369. ^PersonaWpeciaTNoHce--* AVON PRODUCTS If interested in buying or seU- lng, Call 342-0360. BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Publlo Square. Bargains In clothing, appliances and furniture BEES DESTROYED By Beekeeper. Reasonable. Ph. Wataga 375-6602. NURSERY school, kindergarten at Grace Episcopal Church starts Sept. 4. Enrollment information, 342-5461. $1 PER DAY rental for Electric Carpet Shampooer with purchase of Blue Lustre. Kellogg Drake & Co. TRY DIADAX Tablets (Formerly Dex-A-Diet). New name, same formula, only 98c at West Drug Company. Mate Help Wanted*-* WEED RCLPf flfld the beat through a wider choice. Phone 342-5161 to plac« yoUf WANT AP. MARRIED man to 35 with high school education, to service local route, $417 monthly guarantee. Write Box 676, % Register-Mail. NO STRIKES-no layoffs. All over-time you want. Married to 36. Write Box 665. ears Regit* ter-Mail ___ WANTED FOR LOCAL INDUSTRY Electrician EXPERIENCE REQUIRED PERMANENT - TOP WAGES APPLY ILLINOIS STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 272 E. Simmons St. MEN With the following backgrounds have learned our work very quickly, ministers, carpenters, Insurance men, printeis, firemen and vocations with high income. This position has high earning opportunities, car useful. A few minutes of your time for an interview may be the opportunity of your life. For appointment call 343-2105, 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. or 7 to 8 p.m. MAN — To service route In Galesburg local. Home every night 22-40. married Phone 8438842 LET'S BE HONEST I can't offer you big pay for no work. I can't offer you promotion to management for no work. I can't offer you $10,000 per year for no work. But I can offer you all of the. above things If you are willing to work. Promotion in as little as 90 days and $10,000 earnings the first year. Are you willing to invest your work ability? If so contact Mr. Hasty, Travelodge Motel. Thursday evening between 6 and 8 or Friday morning between 11 and 12. WANTED — Experienced married man with small family for grain and livestock farm. 5 room modern house. Phone Biggsville 2034. FOUNTAIN OPERATOR Night shift. Must be ambitious. STEAK 'N SHAKE UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY NATIONALLY FAMOUS OLSON RUG COMPANY Seeks Local Part-Time Dealer In and around Galesburg. Must have car. Sales experience helpful and spare evening time. For local interview write briefly: giving age, marital status, phone and line of work. Write Box 708, % Register-Mail. SECURITY 21-35, married. Full time employment, employment security year after year. Guaranteed weekly earnings and liberal commissions, based on individual efforts and abilities. Advancement within organization based on performance not seniority. Several other organizational benefits, learn all the facts, apply Omar Division, 260 W. Main St., Galesburg, 111. 343-9348. WANTED: Experienced married man for grain & livestock farm. Phone Stronghurst 3098 between 8 & 9 p.m. WANTED part time Electronic serviceman for several counties; Electric and Electronic Organs. Charles S. Gamble Music Co. Phone 342-4105. SALES REPRESENTATIVE Nationally advertised canned food concern desires top flight salesman to contact food retailers in Galesburg. Peoria area. Under 35, experience in food sales preferred. Salary, bonus, expenses and car furnished. Good future. Write Box 712, % Register-Mail. DRIVER SALESMAN Apply Hour Juices. 2140 Grand. Female Help Wanted—6 WANTED: Experienced Secretary. Position offers diversified responsibilities. Inquiries held In confidence. Please send resume. Write Box 709 % Register-Mail. AVON CALLING Avon Representatives needed in Galesburg, Indian Point. Profitable territories. Call 342-1622 for information. EXPERIENCED for credit collection work. Typing and dictation. Office of retail store. Selling experience desirable. Need 2 half day employees or 1 full time. Don't apply unless interested in permanent long time employment. Give age, references, and salary. Write Box 714, % Register-Mail. LADY to do weekly ironing for family of three, 1 or 2 day service. Will deliver and pick up. Phone 342-1632. Experienced Beautician with following. Write Box 715, care Register-Mail. WAITRESS WANTED For night shift. Apply Suburban Inn, Mon. Blvd. retnife Help ftaHaf-4 keen house for man living in modern country home. Time aft. Reference required. Write Box 704,, %, Reflstey-MaU, DAY WAITRESS 8 day week, uniforms and metis furnished. See Mrs. Greenstreet or Mr. Peck. Apply 4 to 6 pjfe. HUDDLE DRIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER, middle aged\ Must live in. Care for 8 ehil* dren. Call after 6, 343-8537. EXPERIENCED beauty operator full or part time, write Bo* 707 % Register-Mail. EASY CASH for you obtaining permissions to deliver guaranteed hosiery on free trial. Nothing to pay unless delighted after wearing. Easily done personally, telephone or mail. Earn to $1.25 on each sale. Postcard brings Free money-making outfit. Write P.O. Box 252, Galesburg, 111. WANTED: 1 part time night dressing table girl; 2 part time night curbies; 1 day curbie. Apply in person. GRANDVIEW DRIVE IN Grand & Penn. Ave. Employment Wanted— 8 WANTED, housekeeping Job by lady with 2 boys age 7 and 11. Write Box 710. % Register-Mail. Business Opportunity—10 Before Yoa INVEST. INVESTIGATE! The Galesburg Register - Man attempts to determine the reliability of the advertiser in all •da requiring an Investment. It cannot, however, guarantee el] such otters. We recommend thai vou INVESTIGATE tolly before you INVEST. FOR SALE: Well equipped Illinois Feed Mill, doing a big business. Grain buying can be easily added. Write Box 705, % Register-Mail. FOR SALE — Building, 3 business rooms with 6 room apt above. Located in Farmington. Write Box 697, % Register-Mail. FOR SALE or lease—Confectionery in Knoxville. Living quarters above. Doing good business. Phone 289-4731. STORE building, fixtures, soda fountain. Various other items, McClenahans' Pharmacy, Toulon, 111. Phone 2201. MAJOR oil company will have a good volume station available in September. Partial "-financing available. Expense paid company training program. For details write Box 713, c ,i Register-Mail. FOR SALE By Owner: Business property consisting of 2 7/8 acre corner Farnham, Fremont and Lincoln Sts. on Rt. 34. This consists of large building. Doing good. Repair business, gasoline pumps, and small dwelling house Is commercially zoned and has year to year lease with good oil company. Can be bought with equipment and stock or without. Can be bought on contract with substantial down payment and interest bearing note. Possession can be arranged to suit buyer. Virgil E. Trone, 1162 N. Farnham St. Restaurant For Sale Doing exceptionally good business. Reason for selling, have to go to wanner climate. Write Box 692, care Register-Mail. INVESTMENTS — 10A SHELTER CARE HOME Top rated, excellent condition. 14 beds, with owner's apt. A wonderful home, a good living, a satisfactory business, taking care of old people. This is not a nursing home. William P. Mullen, Realtor Paul Hinrichs, Sales 123 S. Cherry — Ph. 343-9973 Wanted to Buy—11 WANTED TO BUY — Tractors, trucks and cars for parts. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co, Knoxville Road. Galesburg. HI Ph. 343-1914. GUNS, GOLD COINS. Cash for pistols, rifles, shotguns (modern or antique) and gold coins. Gil Hebard Guns, Public Square. Knoxville. Afternoons 1-4:30, 289-4556. MOTOR scooter or motor bike wanted. Must be in good condition. Ph. 342-2953 after 5 pjn. TOP price for used furniture and appliances, antique furniture, dishes, dolls, lamps, jewelry, etc. Lawson Trading Post, 926 9. Main. 343-1918; 343-6241. Rooms for Rent—12 SLEEPING room, front, with closet, nicely furnished, next to bath, on bus line. Employed gentleman only. 343-4850. PRIVATE large modern room, window fan, telephone; close- in; bath adjoining. Gentleman only. . Call 343-3176 days, evenings 343-3756. Furnished Apartments—14 2 ROOM front furnished apt., newly decorated, cool, private bath, entrance, utiliies furnished. Quiet, close to town. 1256 E. Main. 2 ROOM furnished apt., $30 monthly. Close to town, ideal for a pensioner. Call 343-8401. 1 LARGE room furnished efficiency apt. Newly decorated, walk-in closet. 833 N. Broad St. FURNISHED APTS.. 2 or 3 rms., private bath. 1st floor. Adults. Call after 6 P.M. 343-7028. (Continued on Page 20) Male Help Wanted LARGE COMPANY manufacturing light-heavy metal products located in midwest has opening in managerial and technical training programs. After having been exposed to a comprehensive training program, trainees will be assigned to responsible managerial or technical positions. We will consider recent college graduates, veterans returning from military service, and those who wish to make an employment change. Require college degree, preferably in engineering and business fields. Age desired: 21-30. Trainees will enjoy excellent remuneration, challenging assignments, and promotional opportunities. Applicants send complete resume of experience and educational background in first letter. Applications held in strict confidence. 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