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Ga lesbur MM. fHAM FROGNER (Slory on page 2) A. L. RfeCtOtt fates City mayo* Se« story on page 5 mm* GEN CHAS. D. W. CANHAM WASHINGTON (UPD-Retired Army Maj. Gen, Charles D. W. Canham, 62, whose troops during World War II captured a record 31d,000 German soldiers, died Thursday at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. In 1944 he commanded the 8th Infantry Division which, during 10 months of fighting, captured a total of' 316,000 soldiers, a U.S. Army record. RAYMOND P. SCHULTZ BAY BEACH, Ont. (UPD—Ray­ mond F. Schultz, 68, president of Schultz Optical Co., Inc., died Thursday in a fall from the roof of his summer home here. His firm has offices in Buffalo and Depew, N.Y. GLIGOR TASHKOVICH NEW YORK (UPI) - Gligor Tashkovich, 62, an anti-Communist who fled his native Yugoslavia after Marshall Tito came to power, died Wednesday following a heart attack. ARTHUR P. NOYES NORRISTOWN, Pa. (UPI)-Dr. Arthur P. Noyes, 82, a former president of the American Psychiatric Association, died at his home here Wednesday night. JOHN ZOBERLIN PLYMOUTH, Wis. (UPI) — Funeral services were scheduled Saturday for John Zoberlin, 81, a pioneer breeder of purebred Holstein-Friesian cattle. He died Wednesday. EDWARD J. WOTAWA SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI) Composer-musician Edward J. Wotawa, 74, founder of the University of Louisville music department and longtime first violinist of the Louisville Symphony Orchestra, was found dead in his hotel room Wednesday. MRS. ELIZABETH P. GERMAN WILLIAMSFIELD - Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth P. German, 81, of near Williamsfield, who died Tuesday, were held today at 2 p.m. in the Williamsfield Methodist Church. Rev. Roscoe Marks, pastor of the Roseville Methodist Church, officiated. Mrs. Dale White was soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Wilma King, organist. Burial was in the Yates City Monuments and Mausoleums McFALL MONUMENTS Wisconsin Ruby Red Phone 342-6512 1801 W. Main St. Galesburg, 111. AUTHORIZED DEALER Johnson Schuster Chapel Galva Mrs. Blanche Houton McClintock Galva Funeral services: SATURDAY —1:30 P.M. at the FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GALVA. + Friends may call at the chapel this evening 7 to 9. The body will lie in state at the church Saturday at 11:30 A.M. Burial in Galva Cemetery. KLINCK Mortuary Knoxville, Illinois George Roberts Buckley Formerly of 1031 Beeeher Ave. — Galesburg Funeral services: SATURDAY AFTERNOON 2 P.M. at the KLINCK CHAPEL IN KNOXVILLE. Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Burial in Knoxville Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers. Cemetery. Pallbearers werfe Harold Renwick, William Ott, Earl McWilliarhs and Walter Moore. MRS. EDITH IRENE WILSON ABlNGboN—Funeral services for Mrs. Edith Irene Wilson, 83, of 407 N. Washington St, Abingdon, who died Wednesday, were held today at 2 p.m. in the Emmanuel United Brethren Church at Point Pleasant south of Marietta. Rev. Francis Samuelson of the Abingdon Methodist Church officiated. Mrs. Carol Pennsing- er was vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Evelyn Cook, pianist. Burial was in the Point Pleasant Cemetery. Pallbearers were Donald Peterson, Richard Dunn, Lester Murdock, Raymond Kalb, Dwight Harris and Fred Coats. MISS LOUISE A. KEEFE Graveside services will be held Monday at 3 p.m. in St. Joseph's Cemetery for Miss Louise Anastasia Keefe, 80, of Los Angeles, Calif,, a native of Galesburg, who died Wednesday in Los Angeles. Friends may call Monday from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Foley Mortuary here. Miss Keefe, a retired school teacher, was born Jan. 26, 1883, in Galesburg, where she was reared and educated. Survivors are a brother, Frank Keefe, and three sisters, Miss Ursela Keefe, Mrs. Henry Kevlin and Mrs. Harry Gallager, all of the Los Angeles area. MRS. CARL IIOGAN Funeral services for Mrs. Carl Hogan, 73, of Chicago, a former resident of Galesburg, who died Sunday, were held Wednesday in Chicago. The Rev. Mr. Cummins, Presbyterian minister, officiated. Burial was in the Linwood Cemetery at Galesburg. The former Dula Jacobs was born Sept. 23, 1889, at Galesburg where she resided on Elm Street. She moved to Chicago about 40 years ago. Mrs. Hogan Was married to Carl C. Hogan Oct. 23, 1922, at Peoria. She was of Presbyterian faith. Her husband survives. MRS. GEORGE BRUINGTON MONMOUTH—Funeral services for Mrs. George Bruington, 61, of 314 College Place, who died Tuesday at Monmouth Hospital, were held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Coldbrook Christian Church. Rev. Hugh Reynolds and Rev. F. H. Willey officiated at the service and Mrs. Max Johnson played organ selections. Ushers were Eldon Lyon, Earl Way, Harold Young and Harold • Gardner. Pallbearers were Everett Bruington, Harold Whitman, Emory Davis, Lawrence Ischer, Cecil Shimmin and John Chris Wallace. Burial was in the Mosher Cemetery. MRS. JOHN E. NIMRICK CAMBRIDGE — Funeral services for Mrs. John E. Nimick, 53, of New Windsor, formerly of Cambridge, will be held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the Cambridge Methodist Church. Friends may call at the Stackhouse Funeral Home, Cambridge, tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock. Burial will be in the Viola Cemetery. Mrs, Nimrick died Thursday at 2:15 p.m. in her home. Born Oct. 9, 1909, at Viola, the &. SONS nvr o isr u 3vr E isr rr s liO W t MAIN blKlt I CAii bbURC, ILLINOIS Flowers. "Nature's most beautiful memorial ft Anderson orists 312 E. MAIN 128 N. BR0AO Funeral Home 206 N. Washington St, Abingdon, Illinois former Bonnie Maxiiw Brown was married Oct. 20, 1937, at Kahoka, Mo., to John Earl Nimrick. She spent her earlier years at Viola and New Windsor* and resided 22 years in Cambridge. The Nimricks moved to New Windsor two months ago. She was a member of the Cambridge Methodist Church. Surviving are her husband; a daughter Carolyn at home; her mother, Mrs. Mattie M. Brown of New Windsor; three sisters, Mrs. Judson Nimrick and Mrs. Hubert Nimrick, of New Windsor, and Mrs. Max Forsyth of Davenport, and three brothers, Dale, Dorin E. and Atlee Brown, of New Windsor. Her father, a sister and a brother preceded her in death. 27, 1908, td Jay H. Madden, who died May 30, 1950. She was a member of the Rock Island Memorial Christian Church and a former member of the Eastern Star of Keithburg and the Post Office Womens* Auxiliary. Surviving are a son, Robert K. Madden, and a grandson of Rock Island, and a brother, Dr. R. Earl King of Keithsburg. CHARLES S. ST. GEORGE Funeral services were conducted Aug. 13 for Charles S. St. George, at the Shelton Funeral Home in Chicago. He died Aug. 10. Mr. St. George, 72, was a former resident of Galesburg and had resided in Cicero several years. In Cicero, he was a member of the Brother of Trainmen Lodge, and American Legion. The American Legion Post in Cicero conducted the graveside services for Mr. St George. Surviving him are his widow Annanee, of Cicero; a daughter, Mrs, Genevieve Bardon; a son George of Waco, Tex.; three sisters, Mrs. Minnie Adams of Kewanee, Mrs. Effie Wines of Palmdale, Calif., and Miss Mary St. George of Galesburg; two brothers, Sumner of Burlington and Dick of Palantine and one granddaughter. Preceding him in death were a brother and a sister. Attending the services were Mrs. G. D. McClain of Galesburg and Mrs. Adams of Kewanee. MISS MYRA LAMB MONMOUTH—Miss Myra E. Lamb, 79, of 315 W. Broadway, died Wednesday at 2:25 p.m. at the Warren County Convalescent Home where she had been since March 1963. Miss Lamb was born April 20, 1884, at Arenzville, 111., one of 11 children. She had never married and for many years served as housekeeper in the George Warfield home. She was a member of the Ninth Avenue United Presbyterian Church. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Ethel Chadsey and Mrs. Ernest (Lulu) Wright, Beardstown, and Mrs, Eva Waight, Springfield and a brother, Joseph Lamb, Beardstown. She was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters and four brothers. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 11 o'clock at Turnbull Chapel with burial in the Beardstown Cemetery. Friends may caU at the chapel. BRENDA LOUISE WALLER MONMOUTH—Funeral services for Brenda Louise Waller, 2-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Waller, of 411 W. Third Ave., who died Tuesday, were held Thursday at 3:30 p.m. at Turnbull Chapel. Rev. William Phillippe, pastor of the 2nd United Presbyterian Church, officiated and Mrs. Marie Gabby played organ selections. Burial was in Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. District 205 Vacancies All Filled All vacanies in District 205 schools were filled today with the employment of Miss Dorothy Crosby of Clinton, Iowa, who will be a business education instructor in the high school. She will replace Robert Hunger ford, who had taught business education at Galesburg Senior High School for about 18 years. Hungerford resigned to accept a position in a college at Phoenix, Ariz. Miss Crosby received her A.B. degree from Wartburg College, Waverly, Iowa. Wayne Beach of St. Louis was employed as a driver's training instructor. He received his Master's degree from Southern Illinois University. Judge Sentences 5 Aiuppa to Jail Levies $1,000 Fine KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP)-Joseph Aiuppa, Chicago gambler, today was sentenced to serve three months in jail, fined $1,000 and placed on probation for two years for illegal possession and transportation of mourning doves. A hunting companion, Ray Pa- lucca, Frontenac, Kan., was placed on probation for a year. Judge Arthur J. Stanley Jr., stayed execution of the sentence until Sept. 10 to give Aiuppa time to arrange his business and personal affairs. He gave Aiuppa's attorney 15 days in which to file a motion for a new t rial. Judge Stanley told Aiuppa: "I gather a fine would mean nothing to you in view of your financial situation. A fine would not be enough punishment" Aiuppa and Palucca were convicted Thursday of possession and transportation of more than 500 mourning doves in violation of migratory game laws. MRS. RAY (LUCY) TUBBS MONMOUTH—Mrs. Ray (Lucy) Tubbs, 316 E, Broadway, died Thursday night at the Americana Nursing Center in Naperville, 111, Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 3:30 at Turnbull Chapel with burial in Monmouth cemetery. INFANT JONES Graveside services were held this afternoon for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Jones, 936 W. Berrien St, Arrangements were handled by the Fletcher and McDougald Funeral Home. The child was born Tuesday at St. Mary's Hospital and lived about 48 hours. Besides the parents, he is survived by a sister and his paternal grandparents, Mrs. June Lewis and Booker Johnson. Typhoid Victims Get Vacations In Switzerland BERN, Switzerland (UPI)—The Swiss National Tourist Office said Thursday 310 persons stricken in last winter's typhoid fever epidemic in the Zermatt ski resort have accepted offers of free vacations as compensation. The epidemic victims were allowed to pick the Swiss resort of their choice. Twenty chose Zermatt "to show there are no hard feelings/' the tourist office said. A. L. (Bill) Risenhoover 107 Ellison Ave. — Abingdon Funeral services: SATURDAY — 2 P.M. at LARSON FUNERAL HOME Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Burial Abingdon Cemetery. MRS. JESSIE K. MADDEN KEITHSBURG—Funeral services for Mrs. Jessie K. Madden, 83, of Rock Island, 80-year dent of Keithsburg, were held Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. at the Steubinger Funeral Home in Keithsburg. Rev. Herb Bottger of Rock Island officiated. Burial was in the Greenmound Cemetery. Pallbearers were Paul and Frederick Sheriff, Robert Crose, Cecil Knox, Lee McCaw and Ray Ridell. Mrs. Madden was found dead in her home by a grandson. She had been under a physician's care, and death was believed natural. The former Jessie King was born Sept. 25, 1879, near Republic, Kan., and as a child was brought to Keithsburg. She resided there 80 years, until 1961 when she moved to Rock Island. She was married in Aledo OcL Church Engages Film Subject "Walk the Tightrope," a film documenting Communist activity in Finland, will be shown Saturday at 7:30 p. m. at First Church of the Open Bible, 656 W. Losey St. This film is the production of Gospel Films, Inc., in Muskegon, Mich. While documenting the hypocracy, lies and brutality Communism uses to enslave people and nations, the film also presents a Christian message for free people, the producers reported. A free-will offering will be taken at the church. READ THE WANT ADS! WANT All} Classified Advertising LOCAL CASH JiAfK fcfiective April 1, 1953 Words 7*dayi t»daya i*day 3.9t | 1*0 | 1.43 1.57 _46»80 | 7.28 | 4.84 • 2,66 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) 500 Card of TbanJu ^ 1-inch ot In Memommi > ies* Lodge Notice* J $2 .00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks STICK, Mrs. Lucy — We wish to thank each and every one who helped in any way during our recent sorrow, the loss of our mother and grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Baker and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stick and Family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Martin and Family, Mrs. Edith Johnson of Avon. In Memoriams CRAB ILL, Mrs. Ida. In loving memory of our mother who passed away 2 years ago today, August 23, 1961. Nothing can ever take away The love a heart holds dear. Fond memories linger every day Remembrance keeps her near, Mrs. Mary Nelson. Mr. & Mrs. Alonzo Crabill. Lost and Pound—1 GONE FOR GOOD? Not if you quickly place a LOST AD. Phone 342-5161. CUSHION lost from curve section of sectional couch, between Galesburg and Abingdon, Rt. 41. $5 reward. Write Box 736. c /o Register-Mail. $2000.00 REWARD For information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual or individuals responsible for the theft of the following. 1959 Fruehauf tandem axle 40 foot flat bed trailer. Serial No. 951792 Color: Fleet Ivory Marked: Diamond Transportation System Inc., Racine, Wisconsin. Contact: Diamond Transportation System Inc., 1919 Hamilton Ave., Racine, Wisconsin Telephone 414-634-6620 Business Service—2 OIL permanents, always a $5 special. Maxine's Beauty Shop, W. Main & Academy. Phone 343-3612. LAWN BUILDING Fall fs 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 All PLUMBING NEEDS call Ybungren 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. FURNACE CLEANING and repairing. Stoker repairing. Stokers installed. 343-4674. 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. BUILDING & REMODELING Roofing and Siding, custom built cabinets. Free estimates. 3428214. 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, 1-3 year payment plan. 29 Public Square. 343-6535 Nite 343-5404. Transportation—3 RIDERS wanted to commute from Galesburg' area to W.I.U, everyday. Ronald Peterson, Lynn Center. Illinois, 61262. Phone 470-5841. Personal-Special Notice—4 AVONPRODUCTS If Interested In buying or sell- tng, Call 342-0360. BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains ip 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 98c at West Drug Company. GET PROFESSIONAL, carpet cleaning results — reiit Electric Carpet Shampooer, only ?1 per day with purchase of Blue Lustre. Kellogg Drake & Co. Personal-Special Nottee-«4 KINDERGARTEN Enroll your 5 yr. old. $10 month, 342-0282 Mate Help Wanted— 5 tn&t> ftttUM find th# best through a wider choice. Phone 342-5161 to place your WANT AD. t __ < MARRIED man to 35 with high school education, to service local route. $417 monthly guarantee. Write Bo* $76, «/• Regis* ter-Mail. AN — To eervtce route tn Galesburg local. Home every night, 22 -40. married. Phone 343* 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. 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. i -|~r tfi" 1 —" 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. 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. Ail over-time you want. Married to 35. Write Box 965, 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, DEPENDABLE married m a n. Year round farm work. Experienced with livestock and machinery. Curtis Carlson, Oneida, I1L , OUTSTANDING Illinois Business Firm is looking for (3) men for management positions in this area. Training furnished by the company, $500 per mo. to qualified personnel. Apply in person Saturday, August 24th, at the Colonial Hotel, Monmouth, lU., 1-5 P.M., or Tuesday, Aug. 27th, 2-9 P.M. Ask at desk for Director of Personnel, Mr. Gillespie. 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 CONSTRUCTION work, 2 men wanted at once. Vernon Gott, Dahinda. Phone 879-2023. MOORMAN SALESMAN PROMOTED I need an ambitious man, between 25 and 50, who is not necessarily looking for work, but who recognizes a real opportunity when he sees it. The man who can qualify will take over this area, in servicing customers and prospects. Vacation allowances, profit sharing, group insurance, medical benefits, retirement income, and credit union. As you can see this is an excellent opportunity for advancement. Write or call Dean Grimes, general manager, Moorman Mfg. Co., Alpha, 111. 5294121. Evenings call Galesburg, 343-2729 or 343-9141 for Mr. Bozynek. FRANCHISE DEALER wanted to handle remanufactured automatic transmissions for one of the oldest and most reliable re- manufacturers of automatic transmissions in Galesburg and surrounding areas. For all inquiries Write or Call DURHAM & WAGNER Offices 637-3123 310 E. Brandeis LOUISVILLE 17, KENTUCKY Men With Produce Experience Desired Quick Advancement in SUPER MARKET INDUSTRY For Appointment Apply: Eagle Food Centers, Inc. P. O. Box No. 67 Rock Island, Illinois Attention: Mr. William E. Rose, *'o Personnel Department. Mayor Calls Halt To City Hall Sit N.Y SATURDAY Deadline 9:15 A.M. MONDAY rhru FRIDAY 10 A.M. Phone Your WANT AD Early 342-5161 NEW YORK (AF)—Mayor Robert F, Wagner has called a halt to the around-the-clock sit-in outside his City Hall office by civil rights demonstrators. Wagner ordered the pickets out Thursday after a noisy melee in which three poire emen were injured. A dozen pickets ran up the City Hall steps and tried to chain themselves to a pillar at the en­ trance. Policemen prevented them from accomplishing a chain-in. Policeman and pickets wrestled among clanking chains. Other demonstrators left a picket line on a nearby street and marched on City Hall, using fists and knees on policemen, Some of the pickets screamed: "Wagner, stay home." This was in reference to the mayor's recent announcement that he wauld participate in the march on Washington next Wednesday. The pickets said he should stay here and help find more jobs for Negroes and Puerto Ricans in the construction industry — a major goal of the demonstrators* ate Help tt*iite&*4 LADY for housework, one of two days a week. WROVA drea. State days available, salary, references, itnd if transportation needed. Reply to Box 730, % Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. WANTED, experienced ready-to- wear saleslady. Apply Mrs. Manwarren, Maurita Dale Shop, 310 t, Main. Wanted to finjM-il WAITRESS— Good hours, meals and uniforms furnished, steady work. Apply in person only. American Beauty Restaurant. DISHWASHER — Steady work, good hours, meals and unl* forms furnished. 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 343-66A0 after 5 P.M. TOY DEMONSTRATORS Earn extra money for school needs and Christmas. Demonstrate MERRY MAC TOY SHOWS. No investment, no collecting, no delivering. For details write P.O. Box 361, Dubuque. Iowa. GOOD opening for man 21 to 50 capable of servicing appliances, doing electrical work and/or servicing furnaces. Salary open, must be experienced and have references. Write Box 734, % Register-Mail. 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. . WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY For women 28 to 50 in Galesburg and surrounding areas with sales personality. Commission and yearly bonuses, based on effort put forth. Don't hesitate any longer, you can get ahead in life if vou really want to. All you need is the desire and we will give you the training which is company paid. Why not check this dignified Position for secured future for yourself and family. Call Galesburg 342-1317 for appointment and confidential interview with Personnel director. Full particulars and fringe benefits will be explained at time of interview, BABYSITTER in my home. Silas Willard area. 5 days. 7:15 to 5:30. Call after 6 p.m. 343-8260. TOP notch live wire saleslady for retail store. 5 afternoons a week. Do not apply unless you are experienced at selling and want a permanent job. .Salary, commissions and discounts. Give past employment, salary and references. Write Box 739, «/o Register-Mail. NEED SOON 3 curb girls. Apply in person between 11 and 12 noon or 4 and 6 P.M. -.. r HUDDLE DRIVE-IN AVON CALLING Avon Representatives needed m Galesburg, Indian Point. Profitable territories. Call 342-1622 for information. Male, Female Help Wanted— 7 WANTED 1—Night fountain boy; time night dressing table girl; 3 part time night curb waitresses; 1—full time day curb waitress; l_day dressing table girl. Apply in person. GRANDVIEW DRIVE-IN 2221 Grand Ave. SECOND Income—2 men-women students to operate established 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 SERVICE Station Job - wanted by married man. Experienced, use to operate station himself. Call ST 3-3550, Smithtleld, 111, EXPERIENCED lady wants to care for sick in hospital or home, by hour or day. Phone 343-2389. YOUNG married man, 27 years old, with small family, wants year around job on farm. Experienced with machinery ana livestock. Write to Wayne Helle, fimlthfield. 111. R.R. 2. Instruction— 5 FRENCH Lady with teaching experience offers intensified language lessons. Phone 343-4780. Business Opportunity—10 Belor. Yon INVEST. INVESTIGATE! Th« Galesburg Register • Mail attempt! to d«terming th« reliability of the advertiser in all tdi requiring an Investment. It cannot, however, guarantee all such otters. We recommend that vou INVESTIGATE fully before you INVEST FOR SALE COMPLETE 1-UNIT BEAUTY SHOP Write Box 716, care Register- Mail for information, * 7 LAUNDROMAT' 1 Clean, doing good business. Reason for selling, sickness. Write Box 729, care Register-Mail. _ Wanted to Buy WANTED TO BUY — Tractors, trucks and cara for parts. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co., Knoxville Road. Galesburg, VI Ph. 343-1914. USED beauty equipment wanted. Write Box 733, care Register-Mail. TOP price for used furniture, appliances, antique furniture, dishes, dolls, lamps, guns, jewelry, etc. Lawson Trading Post, 926 E. Main. 343-1918; 343-6241. WANTED. 12 or 14-ft. aluminum boat, John boat. If damaged a little, okay. 289-7676. Descendant of Dred Scott Asks Court Hearing GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. IAP> A descendant of America's most famous slave will go into court Tuesday, charging city officials discriminated against him in demoting him from police sergeant to patrolman. He is Dred Scott Madison, 41, great-grandson of the Negro slave whose legal battle for freedom led to the nickname **Dred Scott amendments" on the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution. Madison will ask Superior dhtitfttiii ern of antique) iftd ^old Coin* Knoxvilte. 289-4359. Room* tot RttriMS LARGE sleeping room dtt first floor, adjoining bath and outside entrance, private. 325 N. Prairie, CLOSE in, north, nicely furnished large sleeping room, newly decorated, next to bath. One lady only. Call 342*3491. NICE room with closet for gentlemen; private entrance, share bath, second floor, $6 week. 3424621, 343-6986. Furnished Apartments -44 r ^ob ^ftirnished"apt. Also 1 room. Close to town and Stores. Newly redecorated. Fe n c ed backyard. Located at 343 N. Broad. FOR TEACHER Share apt., on near north side, with professional woman. Large rooms, well heated, good neighborhood, your own room plus home privileges. Low rent for right person. CaU 343-5047 Sunday or after 6 weekdays. 3-ROOM furnished upper apt., private bath and entrance. Utilities furnished. 118 Blaine FURNISHED or unfurnished large 3-room upstairs apt. Newly decorated. Good Norm location. Gas heat. $50 month. 343-2305. FIRST floor furnished, I light housekeeping room. Private half bath, refrigerator, stove. Clean, warm. Prefer older• person. 346 N. Cherry. 343-1387. , 2-ROOM front furnished apt., newly decorated, pleasant, private bath, entrance; utilities furnished; quiet. Close to town. 125« E. Main. . FURNISHED apts., 2 rooms and kitchenette. 2 room apt. All Utilities furnished. 343-4186. Bent your APARTMENT ot SLEEPING ROOM through a WANT AD. FURNISHED apt., ground floor, 779 North West St. Rock Maple furniture. For couple only. TV antenna, tile bath, garage space, gas heat, living room, dinette, kitchen, bedroom, spacious wardrobe closets. Very private apartment. Call at above address^ . . FURNISHED 2 room lower apt., all utilities furnished, private entrances; bath and TV antenna. Close to grocery store and town; newly decorated; immediate possession. Garage available. Phone 342-5627. . UPPER front furnished 2-room apt. Utilities. Close to grocery stores. Couple or lady. No pets. 821 Ella. NICE 2-room furnished apt. Utilities, antenna, garage WaUing distance town. Knox.College. St. Mary f s Hospital. 505 W. South FURNISHED 3-room apt., upstairs, share bath, gas heat. Ei- derlv lady preferred. 2 blocks from Post Office. Phone 3434383. George Foreman. , ATTRACTIVELY furnished efficiency apt. $70. Includes all utilities. Downtown location. Bullis-Horn Agency. w Jl a JS (ia 1149; night 343-5455, 342-1738. 3-ROOM and bath nicely furnished apt.; clean, quiet, convenient, nice part of city. Adults only. 269 Maple Ave. Nicely furnished, close in, north, 2 or 3 room apt., second floor, TV aerial, telephone available. Ladies only. Call 342-3491. 3-ROOM upper apt., light and pleasant, private bath and entrance. After 3:30 P.M. 105 Biaine Ave. Unfurnished Apartments—15 CARETAKER tired couple or other employment need not interfere. 3 rm. apt. for rent in same bldg. Ph. 342-2425. HAVE „— - , Manor apts.? Galesburg's newest and finest, 2 bedrooms, air conditioned; garages. 925 Dayton Dr. 343-9251; 343-7176; 343-8487. UNFURNISHED lower 4 room apt., utilities furnished; 2 rooms carpeted; close to town and factories. Inquire at 287 W. Tompkins. . UPPER 4 room unfurnished apt. 4 closets, all private utilities furnished. Reasonable. 342-3030. LOWER unfurnished apt., 3 rooms and bath, all private, utilities furnished, close to business district. Call 342-3030. PAINTED Suitable for 1 or 2 adults. Ph. 342-2425. UPPER 2 BEDROOM Apt. Close in. 191 Cottage Av«. 342-5890. ' UNFURNISHED upper apt., 4 rooms and bath, private entrance, north side, on bus line, heat and water furnished, $50 month. Phone 342-5991. UNFURNISHED lower 5-room apt., gas heat, Bateman- Churchill school district. Available immediately. Phone 3433021. 4-ROOM unfurnished apt., north, ceramic tile bath, private entrances. Heat and water furnished, $75. Phone 343-5478. Clean very desirable 31 large room apt. Private bath. Enclosed porch. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Would consider furnishing for right party. Business woman. N. Broad St. For appointment call 289-7206. MODERN 5 room unfurnished upper apt. Gas heat Everything separate, 74 N. Arthur. Close to shopping center. Adults only. $50. Phone 843-2881 before 9:30 a .m or inquire at downstairs apt. (Continued on page 22) Court to overrule his temporary suspension and demotion last year. His petition for a trial without jury comes 106 years after his great-grandfather was denied freedom by the U.S. Supreme Court. The court's ruling and accompanying opinion has been called "the trigger" for the Civil War. Madison was oixiered suspended for 30 days and demoted from sergeant to patrolman by City Manager George E. Bean a year ago. The 16-year polies veteran wa$ accused of conduct unbecoming an officer. READ THE WANT ADS! t

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