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DEATHS AND FUNERALS PAUSflNO HARRISON MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (UPI) — Ex-President Faustino Harris* on died suddenly Tuesday at the age of 63. MRS. ELIZABETH MOFfETT SHOREWOOD, Wis. (UP!) Funeral services were scheduled today for Mrs. Elizabeth Moffett, 89, former women's editor of the Milwaukee, Wis., Journal and former weekly newspaper owner In Kansas. She died Monday after a long illness. JOHN FRASER JR. MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI) Funeral services were pending today for John Fraser Jr., 73, nationally known for his knowledge of springer and retriever field trials and a dog trial judge. He died Monday. EUGENE F. DRZYCIMSKI MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI) Services will be held Thursday for Eugene F. Drzycimski, 67, prominent Milwaukee banker and a Democratic party leader. He died Monday of a kidney ailment. FREDERICK W. BUSCH MILWAUKEE, Wis. (,UPI) — Services will be held Friday for Frederick W. Busch, 61, prominent industrialist, who died Sunday during a fishing trip. Butech was president of six firms* Milsteel Products Co., Production Tool Corp., Butler, Wis.; Ataco Steel Products and F. W. Busch Co., Grafton; V. W. D.'/iiel- son Manufacturing Co.; and the West Bend Tool and Manufacturing Co., West Bend, Wis. ALBERT E. WAY Graveside services were held today at 10 a.m. in Memorial Park Cemetery for Albert E. Monuments and Mausoleums McFALl MONUMENTS Wisconsin Ruby Red Phone 342-6512 1801 W. Main St. Galesburg, III. KLINCK Mortuary Knoxville, Illinois Mrs. Elizabeth P. German 81 yrs. old Williamsfield, HI. Funeral services: FRIDAY — 2 P.M. at WILLIAMSFIELD METHODIST CHURCH. . Friends may call at the Klinck Chapel in Knoxville Thursday evening. Interment Yates City Cemetery. Mrs. William E. West 227 Dufficld Ave. Funeral: 2 P.M. — THURSDAY FIRST & PUCKETT CHAPEL. INTERN RALPH ANDERSON. COMMITTAL: KNOXVILLE CEMETERY. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. 96 North Chambers St. GALESBURG, ILLINOIS ESTABLISHED 1M1- (Red) Way,'0,'of Casper, Wyo., formerly of GaiesBurg, who died Saturday. Dr. Joseph Hoffman officiated. Pallbearers were Rice Gardndr* Fred Meyer, Arthur Rethard, Gene Baughrtiafl, Barney McGann and Ed Wagher. FRED E. SWIGERT ABINGDON—Funeral services for Fred E. Swigert, 71, of near London Mills, who died Monday, were held today at 2:30 p .m. here in the Larson Funeral Home, Rev. Donald Hogan of the First Christian ChurGh officiating. Mrs. Harold Dunlap was organist. Burial was in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens north of Galesburg. Pallbearers were Byron Harlan, U. A. Ritchey, C. J. Van- derWert, Frank Reynolds, C. A. Babb and William Gray. MRS. GEORGE BRUINGTON MONMOUTH — Mrs. George Bruington, 61, of 314 College Place, died at 3:30 Tuesday afternoon in Monmouth Hospital where she had been a patient for 10 months. The former Goldia Fern Ischer was born Sept. 13, 1901, in Warren County. She attended Warren County rural schools, Monmouth High School, Illinois State Normal University and was graduated from Iowa State University. She was married to George Bruington June 21, 1928, at Monmouth. After graduating from high school she taught at the Frymire School and later taught several years at WLUitts Grade School in Monmouth. During World War II Mrs. Bruington was active in Red Cross work. She was in charge of organizing and directing recreation at Camp Ellis and Mayo Hospital. She was also active in the Warren County blood program. She was a member of the Coldbrook Christian Church, the Twentieth Century Sunday school class, past president of the Coldbrook Woman's Club, and the Puritan and Cavalier Chapter DAR, having served as regent. She was also a member of Chapter E of PEO, and Chi Omega Sorority. Besides her husband, she is survived by a brother, Arnold, of Monmouth. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. at the Coldbrook Christian Church with burial in Mosher Cemetery. Friends may call at the Turnbull Chapel until Thursday noon. A memorial for Monmouth Hospital has been established and contributions may be left at hospital office or the Turnbull Chapel. BRENDA WALLER MONMOUTH — Brenda Louise Waller, two-year-old daughter of David and Janet Scott Waller, 411 W. Third Ave., was pronounced dead on arrival Tuesday at 11:55 p.m. following a sudden illness. She was born March 3, 1961, at Monmouth. Surviving with the parents are two brothers, Rodney and Randy, and a sister, Barbara, all at home; maternal Flowers... "Nature 's most beautiful memorial" Anderson florists 312 E. MAIN 128 N. BROAD U%*\i* - *•! - 143-31M Larson Funeral Home 206 N. Washington St. Abingdon, Illinois Mrs. Ruby Way 504 Snapp Ave., Abingdon Funeral services: THURSDAY — 2:30 P.M. at LARSON FUNERAL HOME IN ABINGDON. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Burial in Abingdon Cemetery. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Harry Scott, maternal great- grandmothers, Mrs. Blanche Thompson of Monmouth, and the paternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Delia Perry of Little York. Funeral services will be Thursday afternoon at 3:30 at the Turnbull Chapel with burial in Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel tonight from 7:30 to 8:30. THOMAS V. MENDZ Mass of the Angels was offered today at 9:30 a.m. in St. Patrick's Church for Thomas V. Mendz, 18-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Carloz Mendz of 214 W. South St., who died Monday. Rev. John Huran was celebrant of the Mass. Burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery. MRS. ELIZABETH GERMAN WILLIAMSFIELD - Mrs. Elizabeth P. German, 81, of Williamsfield, died Tuesday at 4:20 p.m. at the Knox County Nursing Home. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in the Williamsfield Methodist Church. Friends may call at the Klinck Chapel, Knoxville, Thursday evening. Burial will be in the Yates City Cemetery. The former Elizabeth P. Luxmore was born in Neoni, Mich., April 28, 1882, and was married to Willie H. Gentian in Peoria Dec. 17, 1903. She was a member of the Williamsfield Methodist Church and its Methodist Circle. Survivors are a son, Lionel L. German of Altona; a daughter, Mrs. Vada Deulen of Maquon; eight grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Mary Riggen of Chillicothe, and 13 great-grandchildren. Her husband and a son Ray precede her in death. MRS. MARY J. SCHUMAN FAIRVIEW — Funeral services for Mrs. Mary J. Schuman, 38, of Fairview, who died Saturday, were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Fairview Reformed Church. Rev. Bartel Bylsma officiated, and vocal selections were offered by Mrs. Esther Wright. She was accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Jean Conlon. Burial was in White Chapel Memorial Gardens in Canton. Pallbearers were Wilbur Locke, George Bollmar, Otis Endres, Marneil Conlon and Robert and Carl Hartstrine. MISS IDA BAKER TOULON — Miss Ida Baker, 80, of Toulon, died today at 5 a.m. at Kewanee Public Hospital. She, had been a patient there since Thursday and in failing health several months. She was born Oct. 22, 1882, on a farm near LaFayette, and at tended LaFayette schools, the music department of Toulon Acad emy and the Peoria Musical Col lege. She taught piano in Toulon until her health failed. Miss Baker was a member of the Toulon Con gregational Church. Survivors include a brother Charles Baker of Detroit and a sister Miss Rena Baker of Toulon Kidd Funeral Home in Toulon is in charge of funeral arrange ments. GEORGE SOLLENBERGER ELMWOOD — Funeral serv ices for George H. Sollenberger, 77, of Brimfield, who died Thursday, were held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Union Church in Brimfield. Rev. Harvey Young and Rev. K. M. Stuckey offici ated. Russell Remmele played organ selections. Burial was in the Brimfield Cemetery. Pallbearers and hon orary pallbearers were grandsons. H INCH LI FF a PEARSON FUNERAL HOME WCHAPEL 287 N. Broad Pbone 543-2101 MR. JAKE VEST—785 Warren St. Services 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. MRS. KATE SELTZER ELMWOOD— Funeral services for Mrs. Kate Seltzer, 99, of Elmwood, who died Friday at her home in Elmwood were held Monday at 2:30 p.m. at the Pat terson Funeral Home in Elmwood. Rev. Thomas Lindeman officiated, and Russell Remmele played organ selections. Pallbearers were Richard Whitney, Robert Lott, Louis Korth, Herman Layman, Elmer Wilson and Harvey VanSickle. Burial was in the Elmwood Cemetery. MRS. ALMA SHEPHERD VIOLA — Mrs. Alma Shepherd, 78, of Viola, died at Mercer County Hospital, Aledo, today at 10:30 a.m. She had been a patient at the hospital two weeks and was ill several months. The former Alma Deatherage was born Jan. 28, 1885, southeast of Victoria. She was educated in rural schools there, and was married to Joseph H. Luxmore Sept. 12, 1900. He died In 1924, and she later was married to Floyd Step* herd at Kahoka, Mo. He died in 1959. Mrs. Shepherd lived south of Galva four years and also had resided near New Boston. She was a member of Joy Presbyterian Church and New Boston Order of Eastern Star. Survivor* include four sons, William E. Luxmore of New Windsor, Clarence Luxmore of New Boston, John Luxmore of Redding, Calif., and Earl Luxmore of Wataga; three daughters, Mrs. Harper Warnock of Aledo, Mrs. Gladys Frank of New Windsor and Mrs. Joe Deppe of Galesburg; 25 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. Besides the husbands, she was preceded in death by one brother and one sister. Services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Reiser Chapel, Aledo, with Rev. William Rule, officiating. Burial will be in the New Boston Cemetery. The New Boston OES will conduct special services and visitation at the chapel Friday afternoon and evening. WILLIAM E. JORDAN ROSEVILLE—Funeral services for William E. Jordan, 57, of Roseville, who died Sunday, were held Tuesday at 1 :30 p.m. at the Roseville Methodist Church. Rev. Roscoe Marks officiated, Mrs. Dale Sands was the organist and Victor Manuel, soloist. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery and pallbearers were Wayne Ldvermore, Chester Cunningham, Harry Cunningham, Tim Phelps, Elmer Smith, Ed Logan, David Bellinger and Harold Carr. MRS. WILLIAM E. WEST Funeral services for Mrs. William E. West, 75, of 227 Duffield Ave., who died Tuesday at 11:05 a.m. at Cottage Hospital, will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the First & Puckett Funeral Home, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be in the Knoxville Cemetery. Mrs. West, who had been in failing health the past 10 years, was born Nov. 25, 1887 at Wymore, Neb. The former Maude C. Ely, she was married to William E. West Nov. 28, 1912, at Knoxville. Mrs. West was a past worthy matron of the Knoxville Chapter OES and the ladies Low Twelve. Survivors, besides the husband, include a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Barbara) Johnson and a sister, Mrs. Mabel Swan, both of Galesburg and three grandchildren. ,»>•' : . .J . = ^> _! ~ -fcj LACKY St SONS 1VXOJNT IJ Ivl ETsTT 'fcp I!). j rttll M A . I . b I h 11 I MRS. ALIDA JONES AVON — Funeral services for Mrs. Alida Jones, 87, of Algonquin, a former resident of Avon, who died Wednesday, were held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Brand Funeral Home in Avon. Rev. Dale Sanner of Canton officiated and Miss Fern Snapp was the organist. Burial was in Olive Cemetery and pallbearers were John L. Knapp, Kenneth Sailer, Ivan LaGrow, Ivan Snapp, Arnold Damitz and D. K. Wingate. HENRY WHEETLEY MONMOUTH — Henry Wheet- Iey, 74,' of Monmouth and Brownsville, Tex., died Monday in a Texas hospital following a heart attack. His granddaughter, Mrs. Robert Lee Lewis, had driven him and his wife from Monmouth to Brownsville during the weekend and Mr. Wheetley died two days after arrival there. The Wheet- leys make their winter home in Brownsville and live in Monmouth during the summer. He was born Aug. 24, 1988, in Missouri, and came to Gladstone in 1912. He lived there many years, later moving to Biggsville and then to Monmouth. Mr. Wheetley was signal maintainer for the Burlington Railroad until his retirement in 1946. He was married to the former Winifred Myers Oct. 29, 1908, and she survives. Also surviving are four sons, Dion of Rockport, Delmer of Monmouth, Doyle of Mexico and Darrel of Gladstone; 11 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. One daughter preceded him in death. Funeral arrangements are pending at Turnbull Funeral Home, Monmouth. Kennedy Says Rights, Taxes 'Very Vital' WASHINGTON (AP) - President Kennedy says his "very vital" civil rights and tax programs are too important to be pushed aside by Congress until 1964. He wants votes on both this year regardless of how long it takes. "And I think most congressmen will agree that they should meet their responsibilities" in these two fields before they go home, Kennedy told a news conference Tuesday. In reply to a question, Kennedy said he saw no reason Congress couldn't be kept in session long enough to act on his civil rights and tax programs. "What is the advantage of putting it over until next year? We have other problems. We have an election year. There are a good many excuses, next year to get out of town," he said. Congressional action Is expected this year on civil rights. But Republican congressional leaders and some top Democrats have questioned whether there will be action this session on Kennedy's broad tax program. The President t old his news conference his civil rights program represents "a response to a very serious national crisis." And he described tax reduction as "a matter that affects employment, jobs, our economic prospects, the struggle against a recession." He said the present state of the economy, which he tabbed as good, "is predicated in part upon a possible tax cut." Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Wed, Aug, 21, 1963 41 Claims Expense Accounts Padded By Legislators An article by Henry M. Hanson of the Chicago Daily News staff in today's issue of that newspaper makes the claim that the Illinois Budgetary Commission members padded their expense accounts for attendance at two meetings in the spring of 1962 at Springfield. He lists the state senators and representatives who were then in the State Legislature and members of the commission as Sens. Bidwell, Choate, Cronin, MacDowning, Hart, Monroe and Sweeney; Reps. Harris, McLos- key, Powell, Pollack and Willed No corroboration of Hanson's Daily News story has been received here and its publication at this time was interpreted here as politically inspired. Tax Rale Drops MONROVIA, Calif. (UPI)—The tax rate keeps going down in Monrovia. The city council Tuesday night approved a tax rate of $1.64 per $100 of assessed valuation, a cut of two cents. The rate has been owered annually for the past 10 years. New Hobo King Reigns at Annual Iowa Festival BRITT, Iowa (UPI)—Proclaiming "a smiling face always wins the race," Richard Wilson, the Pennsylvania kid from somewhere in New Mexico, reigned today as the new "king of the hoboes," Wilson, 55, a knight of the open road for 39 years, a jack-of-all- trades and the thankful recipient of any handout he can get, beat out 90 - year - old "Scoopshovel" Scotty McDougall for the crown Tuesday. "When you're down and out," the new monarch said, "you appreciate things more than when you have everything. "The secret of life is getting along with people. A smiling face always wins the race." Wilson beat out a formidable array of candidates at the 63rd annual Hobo Day and national hobo convention. As usual, the folks served up mountainous portions of Mulligan stew. More than 4,000 persons gobbled up 18 kettles of the hoboes' traditional dish. Ever add crisply cooked crumbled bacon to sardines mashed with mayonnaise for a sandwich spread? Interesting combination, and good. Republican Calls On Democrats to Repudiate Left WASHINGTON (AP) — A Republican congressman from Illinois has called on administration leaders to repudiate what he described as the leftist elements in the young Democratic movement. Edward J. Derwinski said Tuesday in a House speech (hat "instead of continually ranting and raving at the extreme right, it is incumbent upon the Democrat Party to save itself from the extreme left which is far more prominent and dangerous within their group than is the extreme right in the Republican Party." Derwinski, of South Holland, III., in Cook County, noted a meeting of young Democrats Sunday at Berkeley, Calif., where he Classified Advertising LOCAL CASH RATI Effective April 1, MM Word* f-daya 4-dayt 1-daj 1-30 L3.36 | S.34 | 1.S0 _ 81-25 8.92 | 8.68 | 1.43 88-SO 4.37 I MO |, 1J7 . SI-SB 8.10 r 3.39 | 1 M 88-40 _ 5.M | 8.87 J _t.OT 41-39 6.88 | 4.38 | 8.38 46-60 1M . | 4.84 I 8.56 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (RepUee Mailed Out-of-town) 500 Card of Thank* In Memortamj Lodge Notice* DEADLINE } i-mcti ot lea* $3.00 Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks THANKS to my friends for the cards, lovely flowers and gifts; also to Dr. Dorrls and Dr. Aden, and to the nurses for their constant care and kindnesses during my hospitalization. Mrs. Jessie Skinner OUR heartfelt thanks to all who extended sympathy during our recent sorrow, Drs. Flelsher and Mazar, St. Martha's Home, Nurses, Aides, Rev. Lyle Leverton, Pallbearers, cards, floral offerings and food. Also the American Legion Auxiliary and Hermon Bible Church for the dinner and anyone who assisted, we are deeply grateful. The Family of Mr. Herschel D. Watklns RFD No. 1, London Mills, 111. WE DESIRE to express to our kind neighbors and thoughtful friends our heartfelt thanks for their many expressions of sympathy. The beautiful floral offerings were especially appreciated. The Family of Mr. Russell Keppla Galesburg. 111. Lost and Found—1 GONE FOR GOOD? Not If you quickly place • LOST AD. Phone 342-5161. 2 SLEEPING bags lost between London Mills and Abingdon. Reward. Wayne Carlberg. RR3, Galesburg. Phone 343-7198. DOG LOST — Large red male, black markings, long hair. Name "Golden." Reward. Want to Buy: Young calves. Merrick's, R. 3, Galesburg. Lake Bracken. DOG LOST — Beagle, 5 month old female, missing since Monday. Answers to Susie, children's pet. Phone 342-1857. Business Service— 3 FURNACE CLEANING and repairing. Stoker repairing. Stokers Installed. 343-4674. OIL permanents, always a $5 special. Maxine's Beauty Shop, W. Main & Academy. Phone 343-3612. Mali Help Wanted-4 NEED HELP? /find "" th6 best through a wider ehoie*. Phone 342-61M tt place yout WANT AD. MARRIED man to 35 with high school education, to service local route, $417 monthly guarantee. Write Bo* 676. % Kegls- ter-Mall. MAN — To service route in Oalesburg local. Home every night, 38-40. married. Phont 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. 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 period. Paid vacation, paid insurance, 42 hour work week. Only Galesburg residents need apply. REPLY TO BOX 723, r /o Register-Mail Giving full personal history and past employment in first letter CHEMIST to work in feed plant. Must have BS or AB degree. No experience necessary but helpful. In reply give full resume of experience, age and salary expected. Write Morris T. Gilmore, Allied Mills, Inc. 7501 S. Adams, Peoria, 111. "FUTURE I AM looking for 2 men, that are seeking a future. You must be 21 years of age, must have car and willing to put in 8 hours per day; I will train you personally, all work will be in the Galesburg area. You will average between $400 and $500 per month at the start and should be making $600 to $800 in 4 months. For interview ask for Jim Joy, Holiday Inn Motel, Wednesday evening between 6 and 8:30 or Thursday morning between 11 and 12. 2 LIFE, A. & H. AGENTS For Galesburg and surrounding area. 25 to 30 leads furnished weekly. Build yourself a future with vested renewals. Better than average commission. Write Box 728, care Register-Mail. LAWN BUILDING Fall is coming — years of successful experience taught us the best time of year to smooth out your lawn is now. CaU us for free estimate. MARTIN Lawnbuilders Ph. 342-0521 WE NEED men between the age of 21 and 60 who desire dignified, rewarding work; and financial security. Only responsible men need apply, have no time for those who are not sincerely interested in earning above $12,000 a year. No gimmicks, a sound business. Train ing free. Only responsible men write; we will sit down in your home to see if you qualify. Write: D. Porter, Box 4, Mon mouth, Illinois. 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, 343-8665 or 343 4136. 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. 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, 3432236. NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas - oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Publio Square 343-6535 Nite 343-5404. 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, % REGISTER-MAIL. 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. SALESMAN wanted for local clothing store, experience helpful, good opportunity for right man. State references and experience. Write Box 719, % Register-Mail. NO STRIKES —no layoffs. All over-time you want. Married to 35. Write Box 965. care Register-Mail. 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 RIDERS wanted to commute from Galesburg area to W.l.U. everyday. Ronald Peterson, Lynn Center, Illinois, 61262. Phone 476-5841. Personal-Special Notice— I "~AVON - PRODUCTS~ If interested in buying or sell- Ing, Call 342-0360. BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Publio Square. Bargains In clothing, appliances and furniture BEES DESTROYED By Beekeeper. Reasonable. Ph. Wataga 375-6602. TRY DIADAX Tablets (Formerly Dex-A-Diet). New name, same formula, only 98o 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. 312-0282. 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 company and pay begins with training. Apply in Person to MR. JOHN SCOTT Company Representative 0:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Thursday, August 22nd., Illinois State Employment Office 272 East Simmons St. Galesburg, Illinois. M«f§ Help Wattti'"! Production Supervisors If you are a college gradu* ate, and have supervisory experience in manufacture ing, 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 Anj>qualj)pportunity^employer Female Help Wanted—* WAITRESS wanted: 3 to 11 shift. Apply Circle T Truck Stop. FRY cook wanted. Apply In person only, Wong's Cafe, Hotel Broadview. LADY for housework, one or two days a week. WROVA area. State days available, salary, references, and if transportation needed. Reply to Box 730, % Register-Mail. Galesburg. 111. MATRON wanted for the Mary Davis home to begin work Sept. 1. Must live in. WANTED, experienced ready-to- wear saleslady. Apply Mrs. Manwarren, Maurlta Dale Shop, 310 E. Main. WANTED reliable Christian lady to watch 2 children, one school age. and one 7 months old baby, while mother works 5 days a week. In exchange for private 2 room furnished apt. No extra duties required, all evening and weekends free. Call 343-5856 after 6 p.m. WAITRESS— Good hours, meals and uniforms furnished, steady work. Apply in person only. American Beauty Restaurant. WANTED — Reliable woman, over 20, to baby sit In my home 3Va days a week, 8:30 to 5 and 11 to 5. References required. Phone 343-6690 after 5 P.M. HOUSEKEEPER or couple to keep house for man living in modern country home. Time off. Reference required. Write Box 704, % Register-Mall. WANTED—Older lady to live in or out, and take care of home and 3 children while mother works. Must stay up to a week at a time if necessary. Give age, desired wages, address and references in letter. White Box 718, care Register-Mail. DAY WAITRESS 5 day week, uniforms and meals furnished. See Mrs. Greenstreet or Mr. Peck. Apply 4 to 6 pjn. HUDDLE DRIVE-IN AVON PRODUCTS Avon Representatives needed In these townships: Knox, Union, Cedar and Persifer. CaU 342-1622 for information. Male, Female Help Wanted— 7 WANTED — Middle-aged or semi retired couple; house furnished. Write Box 724, Register-Mail. SECOND Income—2 men-women students to operate estabUshed food route. Full or part time. Select own hours. Apply 8-9 A.M.—4-6 P.M. at 218 North Henderson St., Galesburg. Employment Wanted—8 WORK as Nurse's Aide. Several years experience. Will go anywhere. Good reference. Phone 289-4411. EXPERIENCED lady wants to care for sick in hospital or home, by hour or day. Phone 343-2389. Business Opportunity—10 Before Yon INVEST. INVESTIGATE! The Galesburg Register - Man attempts to determine the reliability ot the advertiser la all •ds requiring en Investment. It cannot, however, guarantee aU such oxters. We recommend that you INVESTIGATE fully before you INVEST. 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, % Register-Mail. Restaurant For Sale Doing exceptionally good business. Reason for selling, have to go to warmer climate. Write Box 692, care Register-Mail. FOR SALE COMPLETE 1-UNIT BEAUTY SHOP Write Box 716, care Register- Mail for information. "LAUNDROMAT" Clean, doing good business. Reason for selling, sickness. Write Box 729. 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, 111. Phone 729-2162. YOUNG man who wants the utmost in job security. Must have driver's license and like to work with people. Excellent job benefits, paid vacations, salary plus bonuses, permanent position. Advancement opportunities unlimited. Apply 111 E. Main, Galesburg, 111. 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 Hlnrichs, Sales 123 S. Cherry — Ph. 343-9073 _ Wanted to Buy—11 WANTED TO BUY — Tractor* trucks and cars for parts. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co_ Knoxville Road. Galesburg. TIL Ph. 343-1914. GUNS. GOLD COINS. Cash for pistols, rifles, shotguns (modern or antique) and gold coins. Gil Hebard Guns, Public Square, 1-4:30, Knoxville 289-4556 Afternoons TOP price for used furniture, appliances, antique furniture, dishes, dolls, lamps, guns, jewelry, etc. Lawson Trading Post, 926 E. Mam. o43-191S: 343-6241. (Continued on page 42) recommending that: The U.S. resume diplomatic relations with Cuba; A non-aggression pact be signed between NATO and Communist Warsaw Pact nations; U.S. troops be withdrawn from South Viet Nam. "These extreme left - wingj said resolutions were adopted views" should be repudiated by President Kennedy and responsible members of the Democratic Party, Derwinski said. The young Democrats, he said, should be freed "from the fanatical left-wing groups which have clearly seized control" of that organization. READ THE WANT ADS! Friendly Call REDWOOD CITY, Cali(. (AP) —"I was doing the washing when he wandered in," said Mrs. Elizabeth Scheel. "I thought he was a big cat." The Humane Society took charge of a surprisingly docile fox. READ TILE WANT ADS!