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D E AT IIS AND FUNERALS JOHN A. WARNER SOUTHAMPTON, N. Y. (pPt) — John A. Warner, % New York State Police superintendent from 1923 to 1943, died of cancer Monday at Southampton Hospital. J. J. (POP) DECKS CADDO, Okla. (UPI) - J. J. (Pop) Geeks, 92, composer of the official U. S. Navy marching song, died here Monday. SAM HOMSEY JR. NEW YORK (UPI) - Funeral services were scheduled today for Sam Homsey, Jr., 29, who at 16 was a successful public relations agent in Manhattan. He died Sunday of a stomach ailment. The New Yorker magazine in 1950 profiled him as "probably the youngest press agent in the world." JESSE M. BADER NEW YORK (UPI) - The Rev. Dr. Jesse Moren Bader, 77, first president of the World Convention of Churches of Christ (Disciples) when it was formed in 1930, died Monday. FR. CHARLES D. CLARK ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI) — Six ex-convicts were pallbearers for the Rev. Charles Dismas Clark; 61, "The Hoodlum Priest," during funeral services Monday. The convicts lived at Dismas House, the home established by Father Clark, who was active in the rehabilitation of prison inmates and former inmates. Father Clark died Thursday of a heart attack. MRS. EARL L. WAY ABINGDON — Mrs. Earl L. Way, 47, of 504 Snapp Ave., Abingdon, died Monday at 9:25 p.m. at Cottage Hospital, following an illness of about five years. She had been employed at Midwest Manufacturing Corp, about five years and at American Sanitary Manufacturing Co. in Abingdon four years. The former Ruby Stegall was born April 22; 1916, at Cpldbrook. She lived her lifetime in the Abingdon and Galesburg communities. She was a member of the a Mr. Albert E. Way Casper, Wyoming GRAVESIDE SERVICES 10 A.M. WEDNESDAY. MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY. DR. JOSEPH HOFFMAN OFFICIATING. Visitation this evening First & Puckett. Mrs. W. E. West 227 Duffield Ave. Services to be arranged. 96 North Chambers St. GALESBURG, ILLINOIS ESTABLISHED IM* Thomas Mendez 214 W. South St. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Mendesc FUNERAL SERVICES 9:30 A.M. WEDNESDAY, ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary between 7 and 10 P.M. this evening where the Rosary will be recited at 8 P.M. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Foley MOtTVAtY 14* M. IMMHI H- MS -m? Abingdon Congregational Church. She was an avid quitter. Married to Earl L. Way at Rock Island July 1, ld34, ihe is survived by him. Also surviving are a son Donald, with the Air Force at Scott AFB in Belleville; a daughter, Mrs. Pete (Phyllis) Carter of Brimley, Mich.; two grandchildren; four brothers, Vernon and Phillip Stegall, of Galesburg, Orville of St. Charles and Clifford of Burlington; three sisters, Mrs. Ernest Smith of Galesburg, Mrs. Von Marsden of Ferryville, Wis., and Mrs. Ralph Ney of Princeton, Iowa and her mother, Mrs. Lena Stegall of Galesburg. Her father preceded her in death. Funeral services will be Thursday at 2:30 p.m. at the Larson Funeral Home, with Rev. Donald Hogan of the Abingdon Christian Church officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday evening. Burial will be in the Abingdon Cemetery. DOUGLAS T. COWMAN Funeral services for Douglas Todd Cowman, 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Cowman, 1929 Newcomer Dr., who died Saturday, were held Monday at 2 p.m. in the Maquon Methodist Church. Rev. Donald Carpenter of Montmorenci, Ind., a former pastor of the church, officiated Mrs. Irene Sherman was organist. Burial was in the Maquon Cemetery. The Cowman child died from leukemia. MRS. W. E. WEST Mrs. W. E. West, 75, of 227 Duffield Ave., died today at 11:05 a.m. in Cottage Hospital, where she was a patient 17 days. She was born Nov. 25, 1887. Survivors include her husband and a daughter, Mrs. William (Barbara) Johnson of Galesburg. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the First and Puckett Funeral Home. FRED E. SWIGART ABINGDON—Funeral services for Fred E. Swigart, former businessman and city alderman in Abingdon, will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at the Larson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens, Galesburg, and Rev. Donald Hogan of the Abingdon Christian Church will officiate. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight. Mr. Swigart, 71, of near London Mills, died Monday at 10:30 a.m. at Avon Saunders Hospital, after an illness of three years. He was in the retail grocery business 19 years in Abingdon, where he also served several years as city alderman. Prior to that he operated a Gamble Store in Avon for a time and worked 25 years at Bluebell Manufacturing Co. in Abingdon. He served with the Army in World War I. Born May 6, 1892, at Avoca, Iowa, Mr. Swigart spent most of his lifetime in the Abingdon-London Mills area, attending London Mills school. He was married July 16, 1916, at Monmouth to Wilma Guy, who preceded him in death Nov. 11, 1960. He was a member of the Abingdon Christian Church. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Larson Funeral Home 206 N. Washington St. Abingdon, Illinois Jennifer Sue Davis Daughter of Jimmie M. and Roberta L. Cowling Davis 405 S. Main St., Abingdon Graveside services: WEDNESDAY — 11 A.M. at ABINGDON CEMETERY, No visitation. Fred E. Swigart London Mills, Rural Rpute Funeral services: WEDNESDAY - 2:30 P.M. at LARSON FUNERAL HOME IN ABINGDON. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening. Burial in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens in Galesburg. Mrs. Ruby Way 504 Snapp Ave., Abingdon Funeral services: THURSDAY - 2:30 P.M. at LARSON FUNERAL HOME IN ABINGDON. Friends may call Wednesday evening at the funeral home. Burial in Abingdon Cemetery. Fred (Mavis) Jackson of Gales* burg; seven grandchildren; a brother, Glen of near St. Augustine, and i sister, Mrs. Myrtle Hummell of Galesburg. A brother and a sister also preceded him in death. Prominent Violan Dies At Age 80 VIOLA—Mrs. Sara Minteer, 80, a prominent Viola resident, died Monday at 7:30 p.m. in a Quad- Citites Hospital, following an extended illness. The former Sara Evans was born Oct. 25, 1882, in Ferndale. Glam Morgan County, Wales, and came to this country with her parents at age 4. She lived in Cable and the family later moved to Viola, where she received her education. She was married to Charles Minteer of Reynolds Jan. 23, 1907 in Viola, and the couple farmed around the Preemption area until 1942 when they retired to Viola. Mrs. Minteer served as president of the Rock Island Presby- terial and was past president of the Mercer County Woman's Federated Club. She was also a member of the First United Presbyterian Church, Viola. Survivors include one son, Lewis E. of Aledo; three grandchildren; two great-granchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Ethel Rathbun of Galesburg and Mrs. Ralph McAfee of Viola. She was preceded in death by her husband. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Riser Chapel, Aledo, with Rev. C. W. McCreight, pastor of the First United Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial will be in the Viola Cemetery. Visitation is this evening at the chapel until service time. Special Train Plans Galesburg Stop One Hour A 17-car special passenger train powered by a steam locomotive en route from Chicago to the West will stop at the Galesburg station of the Burlington Railroad Aug. 26 at 12 :05 p.m. The Burlington special was chartered by the National Railroad Historical Society for the trip to the Black Hills and other points of interest in Colorado. The train makeup for the 250 passengers also includes two diners and a baggage car, according to Forrest S. Carlson, division passenger agent here. During the 1-hour stop in Galesburg, passengers will tour the vast operating yards of the Burlington. The rear car of the special will be an old-fashioned Pennsylvania Railroad sleeper named the Reveler and complete with an observation end deck. The car is owned by William Butterworth, operator of a Moline travel bureau. Ratings Issued Music Students Several Galesburg accordion students participated in state fair competition. Approximately 1,900 accordion solos and 100 accordion bands took part in the accordion contests. In the small band division a 1st, and two 2nd places went respectively to Deming's junior accordion band, Deming's intermediate accordion band and Deming's senior accordion band. They were from the Deming Studio of Music. In the solo division Mary Windish and Marcella Thompson won second and third places, respectively. County's Share Of Motor Fuel Tax $15,511 Knox County has been allotted $15,511 as its share of the Motor Fuel Tax paid into the state treasury during July, the Illinois Department of Finance reported today. Other counties and allotments include Fulton, $16,568; Hancock, $19,692; Henderson, $7,685; Henry, $18,845; McDonough, $14,659; Mercer, $12,812; Peoria, $12,815; Stark, $6,409; Warren, $13,431. Probation Is Denied 2 in County Court Recommendation was made in two reports filed this morning in Knox County Court that probation be denied two defendants who previously entered pleas of guilty. At that time, their requests were referred to Sheriff Max E. Jones for investigation and report. His previous record appeared to have been a factor in the one- year sentence to the Illinois State Farm, Vandalia, imposed on Kenneth Earl Harrison, 32, of 363 W. Tompkins St., charged with drrv^ ing while intoxicated. Second defendant who failed in a bid for probation was Ronald Lester Feuer, 37, who at the time of his arrest late in July resided at 778 E. Fourth St. He was charged with thoft involving possession of a gasoline credit card, which allegedly was stolen in New York state, and also was charged with adultery. Following denial of his probation request, Judge Daniel J. Roberts sentenced him to 90 days at the state farm. After he entered a plea of guilty to a charge of driving while intoxicate^ Roger Lee Lawson, 24, of 115% S. Main St., Abingdon, was fined $300, plus costs. Accident Aftermath Action is pending in county court in the case in which Edward L. Sefcheck, 40, of McClellandtown, Pa., is charged with driving while intoxicated. He was arrested Monday about 11:35 p.m., at Grand Avenue and Brooks Street after his car was reported to have almost struck a cab in the 800 block East Main Street. He took an intoximeter test and results of this test are being awaited, it was indicated. Palmer Qualifies For Tourney AKRON, Ohio (AP) - Arnold Palmer soundly defeated Jacky Cupit and Phil Rodgers today to qualify for the World Series of Golf with a one-under-par 69. Palmer's victory of five strokes over Rodgers and seven over Cupit enables him to join Julius Boros. Jack Nicklaus and Bob Charles for the $75,000 World Series Sept. 7-8. Playing steady par through the first seven holes over the 7,165- yard, par 35-35—70 Firestone Country Club course, Palmer took a one-stroke lead over Rodgers and two over Cupit. Palmer then birdied the 450-yard par 4 No. 8 to move three strokes ahead of both opponents. Palmer polished off the front nine in one-under-par 34 while Rodgers carded a 37, and Cupit a 38. Rodgers blew himself out of contention with a double bogey 6 on the 10th, and Palmer gained still another stroke over both opponents when he dropped a 25- foot putt on the par 3 No. 12. Palmer's only bogey came on the 460-yard, par 4 No. 13 when a one-iron shot fell 20 feet short of the green. Palmer needed only 30 putts in the round. Gafesburo Rcqistcr-Moif. Golesburo, HI, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 1963 IS Area Students Receive Awards Five Galesburg area students haye received scholarship awards for the 1963-64 school year at Western Illinois University at Macomb. Students receiving the Western Foundation scholastic awards were William W. Warnock of Alexis and Jon R. Owens of London Mills. Sharon Kewish of Galva, Dianne E. Moore of Avon and Sally J. Robinson of Bushnell received the school's PTA awards. Named Team Captain NEW YORK (UPI) — Outfielder Roberto Clemente of the Pittsburgh Pirates will captain one of the teams of Latin-American players who will meet in an exhibition game at the Polo Grounds on Oct. 12. Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick has waived the barnstorming rule for this game, which probably will be the last baseball contest ever staged at the Polo Grounds. Petty Thefts Are Reported MONMOUTH — Mrs. Howard Bullwinkle of 721 E. Fifth Ave. reported to police Monday at 4:45 p.m. the theft of a transistor radio valued at $39.95. Mrs. Bullwinkle said her son had taken the radio outside and placed it on a fence while he played. He later went to a neighbor's house and when he returned it was gone. A delayed report of a stolen billfold was made to city police Monday. Mrs. Harold Piatt of Middletown, Pa., told authorities she was in Monmouth Aug. 4 and parked her car in the lot of a local restaurant. She said while she was gone someone took her billfold and two packages of cigarettes from purse, which was in the car. Mrs. Piatt said she did not report the incident at the time because she would be making a return trip through Monmouth and thought the billfold would be returned to police. Sea Monster Cavorts Off East Coast SANDY HOOK, N.J. (AP) ~ A "thing"—described as a 40-foot- long hunk of jelly—is reported cavorting in the Atlantic Ocean. It undulated near the surface in a manner resembling the storied sea serpents, says Dr. Lionel A. Walford, director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Research Center here. "But please be careful not to call it a sea serpent," says Walford, who saw the creature. "It is an invertebrate," he added Monday. "It looked like so much jelly. I could see no bones, and no eyes, nose or mouth. But, there it was, undulating along looking as if it were almost made of a fluid glass." The "thing" was sighted 25 miles southeast of Times Square off Sandy Hook. The "thing" was sighted from a research vessel as scientists were lowering two frogmen in a shark- proof iron "bird cage" to make oceanographic studies. Sharks are common in the area. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! H INCH LI FF &. PEARSON FUNERAL HOMEM/CHAPEL 887 N, Broad PbftRf M3-2101 MR. JAKE VEST—785 Warren St. Services 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Hinchliff £ Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call Wednesday at the funeral home. Court Acts in Driver Cases MONMOUTH — Irvin E. Sage, 43, of 1107 S. D St., whose driver license was suspended July 31 and who was arrested Sunday for driving while his license was under revocation, appeared in court Monday and was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail. Theodore W. Hall, 61, of 926 S. B St., who was ticketed Saturday for a stop-light violation, was fined $10 in police magistrate court Monday. Mrs. Jeanne S. Wilson, 53, of 92 S. Chambers St., Galesburg, who was ticketed for an improper left turn Saturday, after being involved in a minor traffic accident on South Main Street, appeared in police magistrate court yesterday and the charge was dismissed. James L. Hart, Kirkwood, who was arrested Monday morning for speeding on East Uth Avenue, was fined $20 plus $5 costs by Police Magistrate Dale T. DeVore. Embezzler Pleads Guilty at Ottawa CHICAGO (UPI) - The former chief teller at the First National Bank of Ottawa, 111., was to be sentenced today for embezzling $12,000. The teller, Matthew M. Tieber, pleaded guilty to falsifying bank records to hide the embezzlement. An auditor's report Monday alleged there also was a $2,609 shortage in the accounts of an Ottawa American Legion Post 33 whose books Tieber kept. Sentencing was postponed twice in June pending an investigation of the Legion accounts. Tieber said he used most of the money missing from the hank to meet deficiencies in the Legion accounts. Auditor Charles E. Stisser of Ottawa said the Legion accounts also contained a short- Classified Advertising LOCAL CASH RATE ttftoettv* April l, 1983 Word* »*da»i 4 -dayi i -m i *M I.M i ijt tl-2* | S.99 3.68 | 1.48 m-m , j 4 .37 1 IJV ) 1*» „a-» i s.u 1.80 | Ml »-4# | 6.83 3 .87 J 8.01 41-91 | §M LJ .88 J 9.88 _4«-S« | 7J8 4.84' i sje } 1-inch ot lea* $2.00 BUND AD BOX RENTAL (Kepilia Hailed Out-of-tow&) 80* Card ot -Thank* In Memoriams Ledga Notice* DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Want Ad Index Card of Thanks ID Memoriams Lodge Notices Other Notices Lost and Found—1 Business Service— Z Transportation— 3 Personal-Special Notice—4 Male Help Wanted-* Female Help Wanted—6 Male, Female Help Wanted—7 Employment Wanted—8 Instruction—9 Business Opportunity—10 INVESTMENTS — 10A Wanted to Buy—11 Rooms for Rent—12 Room and Board—13 Houses for Rent—16 Trailer Spaces—16A Commercial Property—16B Trailers for Rent—17 Garages for Rent—17A Farms, Acreages for Rent—18 Wanted to Rent—19 Wanted to Lease—19A Cottages—19B Real Estate for Sale—20 Real Estate-Out of Town—20A Commercial Property—20B Farms and Acreages—21 Mobile Homes for Sale—21A Real Estate Wanted—22 Farm Mach., Implements—23 Farm Supplies, Equipment—24 Fuel Feed Seed—25 Poultry and Supplies—26 Livestock—27 Pets and Supplies—28 Auctions—29 Miscellaneous—30 Antiques—31 Lawn and Garden Needs—32 Good Things to Eat—33 Money to Loan—34 Money, Capital Wanted—35 Insurance—36 Boats and Motors—37 Sporting Supplies—38 Trailers—39 Tires - Accessories • Parts—40 Motorcycles - Bicycles Scooters—41 Aytos and Trucks—42 New Car Dealers—43 111 Memoriams Card of Thanks MANY thanks to my iriends and relatives for cards and visits received during my stay in Monmouth hospital and since my re- t ^ rn „ homc ' A special thanks to Dr. Taylor, nurses and aides for Uieir Wonderful care. Eeid Hickey Abingdon, 111. Other Notices ON and after this date, August 20, 1963. I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other than myself. Raymond A. Bayne, 1761 S. Cherry St. ON AND after this date, August 20, 1963, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other than myself. Richard H. Isherwood 742 Pine St. Lost and Found—1 GONE FOR GOOD? Not « you quickly place a LOST AD Phorve 342-5161. 2 DOGS found, black and tan, hound and Beagle with collar. 289-7472, 2',i miles north of Knoxville Y. Ralph Morss. 2 SLEEPING bags lost between London Mills and Abingdon. Reward. Wayne Carlberg. RR3, Galesburg. Phone 343-7198. WILL the person who took $10 from my purse Saturday night please return it. Pat Goss, 447 Maple Ave. DOG LOST — Large red male, black markings, long hair. Name "Golden." Reward. Want to Buy: Young calves. Merrick's, R. 3, Galesburg. Lake Bracken. Business Service—? FURNACE CLEANING and repairing. Stoker repairing. Stokers installed. 343-4674. 809fM88 SfeftlM t Roofing and Siding, custom built cabinets. Free estimates. 3428214. LAWN BUILDING Rough grading to the finished lawn. Black dirt and white rock. B^dsoe's Lawn Builders, 343^ NELSON ,g Bryant gas furnace and Burnet*. Used stokers, (utter work. 138 N. Seminary. 343-9318. LAWN BUILDING Fall is coming — years of successful 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 AU 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. 343-8608 or 3434136. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo.-Producta, Gas • oU furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-8 year payment plan. 29 Public Square 343-6538; Mite 343-6404. TRY US FOR A CHEAP HAUL Ashes, cans, limbs. 2 weeks or monthly stops, efficient trash- man doesn't arrive. Special rates business places. 342-2075. R. Watts. 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, 1664 Bateman. Transportation—3 RIDERS wanted to commute from Galesburg area to W.l.U. everyday. Ronald Peterson, Lynn Center, Illinois, 61262. Phone 476-5841. Personal-Special Notice— 4 " AVON PRODUCTS ' If interested In buying or seU- Ing, Call 342-0360. BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains In clothing, appliances and furniture. BEES DESTROYED By Beekeeper. Reasonable. Ph. Wataga 375-6602. TRY DIADAX Tablets (Former ly Dex-A-Diet). New name, same formula, only 88c at West Drug Company. GET PROFESSIONAL carpet cleaning results — rent Electric Carpet Shampooer, only $1 per day with purchase of Blue Lustre. Kellogg Drake & Co. KINDERGARTEN Enroll your 5 yr. old. $10 month. 342-0282^ Male Help Wanted—5 NEED" HELP? Find the best through a wider choice. Phone 342-6161 to place your WANT AD. MARRIED man to 35 with high school education, to service local route, $417 monthly guarantee. Write Box 676. % Register-Mail. MAN — To service route in Galesburg local. Home every night. 22-40. married. Phone 3439342. 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. SALES OPPORTUNITY VERD-A-RAY CORP. We are a national sales organization desiring to contact men with some sales experience, to sell a tangible year around repeat products direct from factory to commercial, industrial and institutional accounts. We have an opening in Galesburg and Peoria areas; protected territories; thorough training; liberal training expense allowance and commission paid weekly plus other benefits. For interview please contact Mr. Charles J. Pauly at the Holiday Inn Motel in Galesburg, m., Mon., Aug. 19th, 20th & 21st. MAN for mill and delivery work. Farm background preferred. References required. Abingdon Milling Co. Phone 89. WAREHOUSE HELP Young men between 21 and 35 years of age to work in warehouse to learn our business, with future advancement to sales work. Starting pay of $91.16 gross per week and $95.46 gross per week after short training peripd. Paid vacation, paid insurance, 42 hour work week. Only Galesburg residents need apply. REPLY TO BOX 723, r ,'c Register-Mail Giving full personal history and past employment in first letter. M«l« Help W«i *4-4 TRUCK MECHANICS ROUTE MEN SHIPPING CLERKS Apply GOrrtPmtrrtAL BAKINQ . Co!, 380 W. Main, Monday *nd 4 Tuesday, 8 ajfl'to 7 |>.fn, ' SALESMAN wanted for local ' clothing store, e*pefi*rtce helpful, good opportunity for right man. State references and . experience. Write Box 719, ft Register-Mall. . 1 NO STRIKES — no layoffs. Ail over-time you want Married to 38. Write Box MS. careRegiS- ter-Mall. Production Supervisors If you are a college graduate, and have supervisory experience in manufacturing, we want to meet you now. For prompt review of your qualifications forward your resume or apply in person today. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY EAST MOLINE WORKS 1100 - 3rd Street EAST MOLINE, ILLINOIS An equal opportunity employer WANTED High School boy Who can work in store mornings and Saturdays. Write Box 720, care Register-Mail. WANTED married man for year around work on farm, must be experienced with livestock . and machinery. Good house, top wages. Ross E. Hanna, Little York, IU. Phone 729-2162. WANTED: 2 yard salesmen. Must be high school graduates, be able to furnish references. Knowledge of plumbing, heating, and electrical installation very desirable. Apply in person at Wickes Lumber Co., Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, from 7 to 9 A.M. and 4 to 6 Thursday eve. • MEN FOR FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT $105.00 PER WEEK SALARY PLUS BONUS One of the fastest progressive companies in its field will have a representative Interviewing men who hold the following qualifications: 1. Ages 21 to 40. 2. Own automobiles in good condition. 3. Willing to travel Monday through Friday. Home on weekends. 4. High school education. 5. Available for immediate employment. No experience necessary. Thorough training is given by com£ any and pay begins with train- is- Apply in Person to MR. JOHN SCOTT Company Representative 9:00 A.M. to .4:00 P .M. Thursday, August 22nd., Illinois State Employment Office 272 East Simmons St. Galesburg, Illinois. WE NEED men between the age of 21 and 60 who desire dignified, rewarding work; and financial security. Only responsible men need apply, have' ho time for those who are not sincerely interested in earning above $12,000 a year. No gimmicks, a sound business. Training free. Only responsible men write; we will sit down in your home to see if you qualify. Write: D. Porter, Box 4, Monmouth, Illinois. YOUNG man who wants the utmost in job security. Must have driver's license and like to wiork with people. Excellent job benefits, paid vacations, salary plus bonuses, permanent position. Advancement opportunities unlimited. Apply 111 E. Main, Galesburg, III. STRUCTURAL STEEL DESIGN ENGINEER College grad. experienced in design of steel structures. Creative with management potential. Leading West Coast steel building manufacturer needs men to grow with it. Send resume' and salary requirements to: BOX 725, f/c REGISTER-MAIL. Female Help Wanted—« MARRIED lady for full time of- ficfi work in' WROVA area. Write letter to box below stating training, experience, wages, references. Reply to Box 721, Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. WANTED. Experienced Secretary. Position offers diversified responsibilities. Inquiries held in confidence. Please send resume. Write Box 709 e /o Register-Mail. MAKE $75 to $175 Cash with the most beautiful Christmas Cards in the South! Exquisite personalized, Religious greetings, profitable mqney-makers. Write for amazing FREE offer; Sample Outfit on approval. Southern Greetings, 478 N. Hollywood, Dept. 120, Memphis 12, Tenn. WAITRESS wanted; 3 to 11 shift. Apply Circle T Truck Stop. FRY cook wanted- Apply in person only, Wong's Cafe, Hotel Broadview. (Continued on page 16) Package Policy Losses Boost Insurance Rate CHICAGO (UPI) — Continued losses on "homeowners" package insurance policies sold in Illinois have boosted premium rate increases by as much as 20 per cent for some policyholders. The premium rate increases, effective Monday for new policies and at renewal time for existing policies, were approved by Illinois Insurance Director Richard G. Hershey. Rates on homeowners policies designed for renters of homes and apartments are being boosted 20 per cent yxroughout the state. Policies for those owning' homes increase in price by 5 per cent downstate, but remain the same in Cook County. Only rates for "standard" and 'Ham' Actors The expression "ham actor" to designate a performer of poor quality started with minstrel shows. Ham fat was used for cleaning the blackening from actors' faces. Many of these shows were of poor quality and the actors were called "ham-fatters," eventually shortened to "hams." READ THE WANT ADS1 "broad" forms of homeowners policies are being revised. The "comprehensive" policy is not affected. A homeowners policy combines fire and storm insurance with coverage against loss by theft, personal liability claims and other perils in one package. Lots of Bibles Through house-to^hou>*> visit a« tiqus in 1962, the Jehovah's Ait-" nesses distributed more than -00 million Bibles, magazines and pieces of literature, according to the Britannica Book al too Year.

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