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I t 18 Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Sorurdoy, Aug, 24, 1963 /Vast Soybean Oil Buildup Causes Industry Dilemma By SUSAN K. POLLOCK United Press International The current steep demand for soybean meal, from both domestic and foreign users, has placed the soybean industry in a dilemma —what to do with one billion pounds of oil presently stored in giant tanks across the country. Between the two soybean products, oil generally enjoys the spotlight. In the past, soybean processors have watched oil prices rise under sharp demand, but this season, users have switched their loyalty to meal. And the more meal needed, the more beans crushed and the more oil floating around. Meal prices have soared as much as $14 a ton this season, while oil have lost more than $1.50 per 100 pounds. Stimulate Demand Bumper or near-bumper crops in livestock and poultry have stimulated demand for meal as a high-protein feed. A government report showed an increase of 29 billion bushels of soybean crushed in July over a year ago. And to meal goes the credit. Exports alone in meal for the first nine months of the year totaled 1,175,000 tons, compared to 847,000 tons exported a year ago. The U.S.D.A. predicted a record 1.5 million tons* about 400,000 tons above last year. Expansion in meal trade was attributed to a Common Market program that favors U.S. soybean meal and allows its entry duty free. The unhealthy price situation has itself pushed prices even more in opposite directions because processors must naturally make a profit on one of the two soybean products and since oil prices are down, they must charge even stiffer prices for meal. Eyes Continued Trend Dave Mann, a local feed broker, said he expects the upward trend in meal prices to continue for only 3 or 4 more weeks when the new crop makes its appearance. Other brokers, however, ex- Grants Peoria Arthritis Group Chapter Status PEORIA — At the Board of Director's meeting of the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation held recently at the Peoria Information Center the announcement was made granting the local organization a chapter status on a statewide basis — and will become the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation's 75th chapter in the United States. The chapter will continue to have its information center and headquarters in Peoria. For the time being it will retain its present address at 410 Fayette St., Peoria. Miss Lucille C. Dutro will serve as the executive director. The new area, including the former organization of Peoria, Tazewell and Woodford counties will take in most of the State of Illinois which will consist of the central and southern Illinois, including all territory south of the northern boundaries of Kankakee, Livingston, Marshall, Putnam, Stark, Henry and Mercer counties. The Illinois Chapter located in Chicago will service all the northern territory of the state. The new state status will give this chapter an opportunity to form branch offices and community committees throughout its area. Thousands of arthritics who before had not received the service of the program, will now benefit. Galesburg and Monmouth are being considered for inclusion under this plan, in branch participation. Tax Lien Hits Ellen Stevenson CHICAGO (AP)-The Internal Revenue Service has filed an income tax lien for $15,873 against Mrs. Ellen Borden Stevenson, divorced wife of U.N. Ambassador Adlai Stevenson. The IRS contends Mrs. Stevenson failed to pay $14,895 in income taxes in 1957 and $978 in 1959. The lien was filed Friday in the office of Sidney R. Olsen, Cook County recorder, against real property in the county owned by Mrs. Stevenson. She lives on Chicago's near North Side. She obtained the divorce from the former Illinois governor in 1949. pect a small carryover and a further tightening of supplies. But for now, what will become of all that oil in storage? George Dahlin, Jr., a fats and oil broker, said there is a slim chance that the government may buy oil. He said if he knew what would become of the supplies, "I wouldn't be a broker. I'd be a very rich man." Most important fruit in the temperate zone is the apple; in the subtropical and tropical zones, it is the orange. Hog prices at Midwest markets this week were mixed while cattle and lambs traded lower. Prices for barrows and gilts in the eastern part of the corn belt Altonan Joins Livestock Commission The National Livestock Commission Co., Union Stock Yards, Chicago, announced today that D. Herbert Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight L. Nelson of Altona, will join the cattle sales division staff of the firm Sept. 1. Nelson was graduated from the University of Illinois in 1958, where he majored in animal husbandry and was a member of the Hoof and Horn and Agriculture Extension clubs and Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity. Since graduation he has been active in cattle and hog raising and feeding near Altona and has been an officer in several civic and local organizations, such as the Knox County Farm Bureau Young Peoples Commission, Swine Improvement Association and Hog Cholera Eradication Commission. He has been prominent in the Altona High School Alumni Association and as a local church youth counselor. Nelson's wife Donna has accepted an English teaching position in the Oak Park High School, in which Chicago suburban community the newly-married couple will reside. Have You Heard That Mrs. R. H. O'Donnell, Miss Cathy O'Donnell and Miss Barbara Wilson are spending a few days in Chicago as guests of R. P. O'Donnell. Mrs. George Northrup, 266 Phillips St., returned Friday from Hampton, Va., where she visited the past month wilth her son-in-law and daughter, Maj. and Mrs. C. J. Hildebrand, and children. Mrs. Hildebrand is the former Edith Northrup. Maj. Hildebrand is assigned to Langley Air Force Base at Hampton. Blood Donors Tally 56 at Gladstone GLADSTONE—In the bloodmobile's second stop in Henderson County, 52 pints were drawn from 56 donors. This visit was in Gladstone Thursday a:, the VFVV Home. In the previous reception in the county, at Oquawka, some 91 points were drawn from 100 donors. Several persons in Henderson County have already received blood through the Red Cross bloodmobile, Henderson officials noted. The bloodmobile operates under the Knox County Regional Blood Center, located at Knox County Red Cross Headquarters in Galesburg. The bloodmobile's visit was under the direction of Mrs. R. L. Sullivan of Galesburg, regional director, and Mrs. J. P. Stoneking of Oquawka, chairman of Henderson County Blood Program. Mrs. C. L. Pullen is chairman of Gladstone Township, with Mrs. Ann Olson as co-chairman and Mrs. Ruth Lewis, chairman of blood donors. Next visit to Henderson County will be Sept. 13 at Stronghurst. Future visits to Gladstone are slated March 19 and Aug. 27, 1964. Nearly 50 Workers Dr. S. C. Lindo of Biggsville was the attending physician. Women of the WSCS of the Gladstone Methodist Church furnished and served refreshments and food for the blood donors, and township women provided lunch to the 48 helpers and several guests. and in Iowa and southern Minnesota ranged steady to 35 cents per 100 pounds higher, while other markets were steady to 50 cents lower. Sows sold steady to 50 cents higher. Action Spurts A rumored National Farm Organization plan to withhold hogs from market only partially materialized in St. Louis and St. Joseph. Prices along the Missouri River generally remained lower. Steers sold steady to 50 cents lower with weights over 1300 pounds mostly $1.00 lower at Chicago. Heifers were steady to 25 cents lower, except 50 cents to $1.00 off at Omaha, cows steady to 25 cents higher, but weak to 50 cents lower at South St. Paul, bulls steady, vealers $1.00 to $2.00 higher and feeder cattle and calves mostly steady. Spring slaughter lambs traded steady to 50 cents off and slaughter ewes and feeder lambs held steady. A slower wholesale dressed lamb trade was a bearish influence. Nearby wheat deliveries weakened while other grain futures scored moderate to sharp gains this week in light dealings on the Board of Trade. Old crop wheat dropped on a disappointing report on the grain under loan and word of increased truck movement of hard wheat in the Southwest. Other wheat contracts were up more than a cent on reports that yield in Canada will be smaller than expected, improved flour trade and limited producer selling. Wholesale grade eggs at Chicago rose as much as 2 cents this week. Live poultry sold unchanged to VA cents higher, cheese and butter unchanged. The potato market was dull and onions worked downward with good movement on large yellows. Tickets Now on Sale for Pro Game Sept. 27 Tickets are now on sale for the pre-season exhibition game between the St. Louis Hawks and the Cincinnati Royals of the National Basketball Association at the Galesburg High School gym Sept. 27. Tickets can be purchased at the American Legion Ralph M. Noble Post, Hawthorne Drug Store and LeGrand's Service Station. Roy Hand, ticket manager, states that ticket prices have been lowered for the second annual professional game sponsored by the local legion and that special student tickets are available. Oscar (The Big O) Robertson, making his first appearance in Galesburg, will lead the Royals. Bob Pettit (6-9), Cliff Hagen (6-5) and Zelmo Beatty (6-10) will pace the Hawks. Alphan's Kin Commissioned Missionary ALPHA — Miss Judith Hawks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hawks, Coyne Road, Milan, a niece of Mrs. Hiram Hambleton of Alpha, was commissioned as a missionary Aug. 11 in a service conducted by Bishop Edwin C. Voight at the Milan Methodist Church. Miss Hawks has been visiting her parents in Milan the past few weeks before returning next week to American University in Washington, D. C, where she will complete studies for a masters degree in linguistics. Miss Hawks expects to leave in January for Hong Kong, where she will study the Chinese language for a year in preparation for teaching at a university in the orient. While serving at the American University during the fall semester, she will serve as dean of foreign students at the school. Guests at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hambleton and Miss Maxine Brown were dinner guests Saturday at the home of Mr-, and Mrs. Earl McCloskey at Rapids City, where they joined other relatives in honor of their niece, Miss Judith Hawks, a missionary. BULLETIN MIAMI, Fla. (AP)-John Pennel broke through pole vaulting's 17- foot barrier today with a magnificent leap of 17 feet, three-fourths inch, then failed in an effort to send the mark higher. The handsome Miamian from Northeast Louisiana State College broke the world mark on his first attempt. To observers it appeared he cleared the bar by several inches. "It felt easy," Pennel said as several hundred hometown well- wishers crowded around him to offer congratulations. "Everything was perfect," Pennel said. "I rocked back on the pole farther than ever before." I NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, October 7, 1963, is the claim date in the estate of ROBERT H. MEARS, JR., Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. ELEANORE C. MEARS, Administrator. Peel, Henning and Mathers, Attorneys. 8/17-24-31; 3T. Marriage Licenses Raymond E. Hauser and Miss Sarah L. Guidinger, both of Galesburg. Patrick R. Walker of Galesburg and Mrs. Ruth M. Sparks of Quincy. Raymond M. Sandy and Miss Joyce E. Ralston, both of Burlington. Donnie D. Vilardo and Miss Janet K. Johnson, both of Galesburg. Larry L. Mitchell of Cameron and Miss Karen K. Efaw of St. Augustine. Jackie E. Osborn of Davenport and Mrs. Norma J. Coe of Silvis. L. Dale Roseman of Moline and Miss Loretta L. Sparrowgrove of Silvis. Kenneth E. Nelson and Miss Bernadine Crouch, both of Galesburg. David R. Love of Geneva and Miss Mary E. Hall of Galesburg. Michael R. Milan and Miss Judith L. Hicks, both of Galesburg. Kenneth D. Benson of Farmington and Miss Glenene Windish of Elmwood. Timothy J. Frisby and Miss Lily R. Bolton, both of Galesburg. Donald J. Van Pelt and Mrs. Beverly J. Crane, both of Rock Island. Patrick E. Napier of Galesburg and Miss Sandra E. Robertson of Alexis. Donald E. Knott and Mrs. Betty M. Carter, both of Macomb. Willard A. Moore and Miss Joy P. Wetherford, both of Galesburg. Daniel R. Upson and Miss Juanita A. Trosper, both of Galesburg. Lawrence E. Johnson of East Galesburg and Miss Marilee L. Higgins of Galesburg. John T. Hanna of Alexis and Miss Annette M. Grothe of Galesburg. Ronald J. Mack and Miss Nancy A. Tadie, both of Galesburg. William H. Sherwood of Elmwood and Miss Dianiah S. Wells of Yates City. Donald L. Kelso of Abingdon and Mrs. Crystal M. Davenport of Galesburg. Leonard F. Recker and Mrs. Jessie M. West, both of Knoxville. Eugene V. Franks and Mrs. Maxine C. Franks, both of Aurora. Deane W. Kling of Maquon and Miss Barbara J. Mital of Streator. Pat O. Mathis of Chicago and Miss Joyce M. Burwell of Henderson. Robert D. Swedeen of Victoria and Mrs. Marjorie E. Hart of Galesburg. Franklin L. Hasting of Rock Island and Mrs. Doris L. Roy of Denver, Colo. Orion Women Visit Research Orion Woman's Club paid its 78th visit as group volunteers to Galesburg State Research Hospital Friday. This volunteer program dates back to 1957. The club, founded 35 years ago, visited with patients in Ward C-19 and attended a picnic. Visitors present were Mrs. Fenton Hardin, mental health chairman; Mrs. Wyman Coulter, Mrs. Edna Friedstrom, Mrs. Hilma Getty, Mrs. G. A. Gustafson and Mrs. Philip Thompson. Chicago's Iroquois Theater' fire of 1903 took a toll of 602 lives, most victims being trampled to death. WANTED CORN TO PICK OR PICK AND SHELL, FIELDS TO OPEN With New — New Idea Picker with Shelter Attachment. — CALL — GENE GOFF - - - - Phone 289-4341 HAROLD GOFF - - - Phone 289-5586 NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, October 7, 1963, is the claim date in the estate of MARION S. COURSON, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Laura M. Courson, Administrator Neil Ritenhouse, Attorney 8/10-17-24; 3T NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, October 7, 1963, is the claim date in the estate of JESSIE I. ISERMANN, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. SAM COFFMAN, Administrator. Peel, Henning and Mathers, Attorneys. 8/17-24-31; 3T. NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, October 7, 1963, 'is the claim date in the estate of FLORENCE O. McWIL- LIAMS, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. LeROY I. BOWMAN, Administrator. Bernard G. Stutler, Attorney. a/17-24-31; 3T. NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, October 7, 1963, is the claim date in the estate of MINNIE EGGERT, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Homer S. Crawford, Executor McLaughlin & McLaughlin, Attorneys 8/24-31; 9/7; 3T NOTICE OF NEW CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, October 7, 1963, is the new claim date in the estate of GUST L. OLSON, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Edwin Ring, Executor Bernard G. Stutler, Attorney 8/24-31; 9/7; 3T Eagles Project Is Sept. 29 The Galesburg Aerie of Eagles will hold an open air chicken fry Sept. 29. Date of the affair was incorrectly listed in an announcement in Friday's issue. BACK YARD SALE (In cat* ol rain, in Garage) 1392 Brown Avi. Monday, Aug. 26, 8:00 to 3:30 TV Table, Table Radio, Garden Tooli, Few Antiquei. Clothing, Knick-Nacki, MUc. Items. Not Reipomible tor Accident*. FOR SALE 1960 FORD GALAXIE 4-Door. Auto, trans., w.w. lirei. Radio. Perfect condition and very clean. PHONE 342-8653 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF KNOX COUNTY, ILLINOIS. OSCAR J. ERICKSON, et al, Plaintiffs vs. CHARLES E. ERICKSON, et al, Defendants. NO. 63-C-168 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Notice is given you Charles E. Erickson, Edith Hepola, Dorothy May Gushanas, John Richard Erickson, Alice Rathbauer, Harry Swanson, Hazel Quimet and unknown owners, defendants, that this case has been commenced in this court against you and other defendants, asking for Partition of the following described Real Estate: A part of the Southeast Quarter of Section Two, in Township 11 North, Range 1 East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point 33 feet West from the center line of Farnham Street and 1466 feet and 8 inches, more or less, South of the North line of said Southeast Quarter of said Section 2, being the Southeast Corner of a tract of land containing 20 acres, conveyed by Charles B. Rowen and wife to Henning Larson and Nellie A. Larson by Warranty Deed dated November 19, 1929, recorded in Volume 272, Page 96, of the Deed Records of Knox County, Illinois, running thence West along the South line of said tract conveyed to Henning Larson and Nellie A. Larson, 594 feet; thence South 733 feet and 4 inches; thence East 594 feet to a point 33 feet West of the center line of said Farnham Street; thence North parallel to and 33 feet equidistant from the center line of said Farnham Street to the point of beginning, containing 10 acres of land, situated in Knox County, Illinois; Subject to, and together with the benefits under, an instrument in writing executed by Hilma Benson dated February 29, 1960, filed for record April 10, 1963, and recorded in Book 589 at Pages 3 and 4 of the Records in the Office of the Recorder of said County; and for other relief. UNLESS YOU file your answer or otherwise file your appearance in this case in the office of the clerk of this court, at the Courthouse, in the City of Galesburg, Illinois, on or before September 23, 1963, A JUDGMENT OR DECREE BY DEFAULT MAY BE TAKEN AGAINST YOU FOR THE RELIEF ASKED IN THE COMPLAINT. Wm. K. Richardson, Clerk of court. (Official Seal) Woolsey, Stickney & Lucas, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. 214 Weinberg Arcade Galesburg, Illinois 343-2169. 8/17-24-31; 3T. NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, October 7, 1963, is the claim date in the estate of ERNEST A. CARLSON, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. H. S. Carlson, Administrator Nelson, Gustafson & Blake, Attorneys 8/10-17-24; 3T FOR SALE 1958 FAIRLANE FORD A-l Condition. 4 Door, V-8. Standard Shift. ROY GIBSON JR. R.R. Knoxville. 111. Ph. 289-7879 FOR SALE 1962 WINNEBAGO 16' TRAVEL TRAILER Sleep* Six, Gai Stove, Oven, Heater, Refrigerator, 21 Gal. Preiiure Water Tank, Electric Brakes. V* Mile South of Wall Sawmill, Rte. 150, 7 MUea North of Galesburg. 342-8284. HALE HAVEN PEACHES BRING CONTAINERS WILKINS MARKET 1060 N. Henderson ANNOUNCING TWO LOCATIONS OF THE JOHNSON GRAIN CO. WATAGA and ONEIDA GRAIN Buying - Drying - Storage Rex D. Johnson Oneida, Illinois NOTICE Of CLAIM DA* Notice is hereby given to all persons that September 2,1063, is the claim date in the e s t a t e of JAMES VERNON LUSTER, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. First Galesburg National Bank and Trust Company, Executor Stuart, Neagle & West, Attorneys 8/10-17-24; 3T NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that October 7, 1963, is the claim date in the estate of ROBERT J. CONOVER, deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. A. Wadsworth Applebee, Executor Stuart, Neagle & West, Attorneys Farmers & Mechanics Bank Building Galesburg, Illinois 8/10-17-24; 3T NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that September 2, 1963, is the claim date in the estate of PEARL HARTNELL, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. i Georgia S. Coakley, Administrator Herman S. Allen, Attorney 8/10-17-24; 3T NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, October 7, 1963, is the claim date in the estate of LeROY SHREEVES, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Eldon LaVerne Shreeves, Executor Barash & Stoerzbach, Attorneys. 8/10-17-24; 3T NOTICE TO BIDDERS The City of Galesburg, Illinois hereby invites sealed bids on lowering of sidewalks on East South Street, including removal of existing sidewalk, lowering subgrade to new elevation and constructing of new sidewalk. Bids will be received until 11:00 A.M.. C.D.T., September 3, 1963. Bid forms may be obtained at the office of the City Purchasing Agent located in City Hall. Michael A. Gravino Purchasing Agent 8/24; IT MIXED HAY WANTED Call or see—Bill Bowen, car* Warthelmer Cattla Co.. Inc.— CB&O STOCKYARDS Galesburg. 111.—TaL 343-5613 FOR SALE Baby Crib & Mattress, Nursery Chair, Crib Guards, Baby Basket, Admiral Electric Range, Metal Storage Cabinet, 21" Magnavox Console TV, New Window Fan, 26" Girls Bicycle. 235 W. Fremont. SAUNA OR STEAM BATHS SWEDISH MASSAGE By Appointment Phone 342-6643 Backyard & Rummage Sales, etc. Must b« in our offtc* 12 noon day before ad runs. Call 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail MARKET REPORTS MONDAY'S ESTIMATES CHICAGO (AP) — Estimated livestock receipts for Monday are 13,000 cattle, 7,000 hogs and 500 sheep. Golesburg Hog Market Galesburg Order Buyers C. B. A Q. Stockyards Market steady. Bulk of eastern shipping hogs, $17.10-$17.35. Top, $17.60. Quotations: 200-240 $16.85-$17.60 240-260 $16.00-$17.50 260-300 $16.25-$17.10 Packing sows ....$12.75-$15.75 Appointed Dean CHAMPAIGN, 111. (AP)-Prof. Herbert E. Carter, 53-year-old head of the department of chemistry and chemical engineering at the University of Illinois, has been named acting dean of the university's graduate college. Carter was named to the post Friday by president David D. Henry. He succeeds Dean Frederick T. Wall, who is resigning Aug. 31 to devote more time to teaching and research. Transportation Departures Effective April 28 ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME Burlington. Easlbound 8 Fast Mail 3:05 a. m. 30 AkSarBen 5:55 a. m. 10 Denver Zephyr 7:52 a. rr». 2 Local 8:50 a. m. 18 California Zephyr —12:31 p. m. 12 Nebraska Zephyr 7:05 p. m. Burlington, westbound 3 to Omaha, Lincoln —1:48 a. m. 55 to Kansas City —1:55 a. m. 7 to Denver ..—..3:55 a. m. 35 to Kansas City 3:00 p. m. 11 to Omaha, Lincoln 3:10 p. m. 17 to California 6:32 p m. 1 to Denver 8:22 p. m. Santa Fe, Eaitbound 20 Chief 4:40 a. m>. 16 Texas Chief 6:40 a. m. 18 Super Chief- El Capitan* 11:10 a. m. 2 S.F. Chief* 11:45 a. m. 124 Grand Canyon 2:20 p. m. 12 Chicagoan 5:50 p m. Santa Fa, Weatbound 0 K. C. Chief 2:38 a. m. 19 Chief 12:55 p. m. 123 Grand Canyon —.—..320 p. m. 1 S.F. Chief* —.7:05 p. m. 15 Texas Chief 9:55 p. m. 17 Super Chief- El Capitan* —..1025 p. m. •—Flagstop Oiark, Northbound Flight 140 to Chicago* .——.8:53 a. m. 64 to Chicago* 4:45 p. m. Ozark. 8outhbound 141 to St. Louis •• 12:26 p. m. 143 to St. Louis 9:01 p. m. •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday BUS SCHEDULES Westbound To West Coast 6:30 a. To West Coast —..120 p. To West Coast —„9:45 p. Easlbound To East Coast 12:01 p, To East Coast 8*0 p. Southbound To St. Louis 10*0 a. Northbound To Davenport 9:20 p. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. To Peoria —1:15 p. m. COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL F "1]Y Insured — Free Estimates POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan 6-2103 Gilton, III. Galesburg, 111. — 342-6234 Backyard Sale 106 WALNUT ST. East off of Main St. MONDAY, AUG. 26 — 9 to ? REWARD $100 For Information leading to tha arreit and conviction of the person, or persons, responsible for the theft and damage to school buses at the garage in Oneida, which occurred during the period of Friday evening, August 16 and Monday morning, August 19. BOARD OF EDUCATION ROVA Community Unit School District No. 208, J. W. Valbrachl, Superintendent WANTED Full or Part Time DRIVERS Apply In Person DELUXE CABS Chambers and Main BORROWING or INVESTING Loans for building, buying or repairing homes. Reasonable monthly repayments. 4V 2 % NOW PAYING T V£ 70 tn AU Investment* |1.00 up. SAVINGS WITH SAFETY. ELMWOOD SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION formerly ELMWOOD HOMESTEAD and LOAN ASSOCIATION Elmwood, 111. — Established 1880 — Phone 3621 Member IllinoU Saving* and Loan League

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