Golesbur South Street Parking Ban, i yie*wg rtegutetm UNERALS MISS ABBlE GEEIt Funeral services for Miss Abbie Geer, 87, of Lincoln, formerly of | Norwood Galesburg, who died Saturday at Lincoln, were held Iowa, he came to Illinois eariy in life and farmed in the Seaton and were Held today at 11 a.m. in the Foley Mortuary, Rev. John Keam of the First Baptist Church officiating. Burial was in Hope Cehietery. communities. He was never married. Mr. Skelley was a member of St. Theresa's Cath- New Lights Voted by Council A parking ban on the south side of South Street between Academy and Seminary streets and an increase in the power of lights at 213 intersections were approved by the City Council Monday night. The street lights will be changed from 250 candlepower to 400 olic Church in Alexis. Survivors include a brother, Ed- Spanish War ward of Avondale, Ariz., and a | ^ct^ Fl*atl!t MRS. FRANK ROCK KNOXVILLE - Mrs. Frank Rock, 82, of 200 S. Broad St., Knoxville, died Tuesday at 8:40 p.m. at Cottage Hospital in Galesburg, where she had been a patient two days. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Klinck Chapel in Knoxville, where friends may call Thursday evening. Burial will be in the Zion Cemetery at FairAiew. Born Aug. 19, 1881, in Deerfield Township in Fulton County, she was the former Emma Schrodt. She was married to Frank Rock Dec. 1, 1903, rn Peoria. He preceded her in death in 1956. sister, Mrs. Martha Brill of New Concord, Ohio. Requiem High Mass will be celebrated Saturday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Theresa's Church. Rev. Joseph Nickerson will officiate. The Rosary will be recited Friday at 8:30 p.m. at McKnight Memorial Home in Alexis. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery at Alexis. Garren, Dies Theo ELMWOOD - Frank dore Garren, 84, of Elmwood, a veteran of the Spanish-American War, died Thursday at 7:35 p.m. at Elm Haven Nursing Home, where he was a patient eight months. He was in failing health the past two years. MRS. MYRTLE GAINES Mrs. Myrtle Gaines, 71, of Galesburg, died Tuesday at 7:45 p.m. in a local hospital. Graveside services will be held Friday at 10 a.m. in Linwood Cemetery. No visitation is planned. Kimber and West Mortuary is in charge of service Born Garren in was ' . • i j rr J arrangements. Survivors include a son Howard & of Cuba; a daughter, Miss Beulah Rock of Knoxville; a half-sister, Mrs, Alta Morlinder of Cuba> and one granddaughter and two great grandchildren. Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by a daughter in infancy. Mrs. Rock was a member of the Fairview Lutheran Church. She had resfded in Knoxville 16 MRS. DELBERT STORM Mrs. Gaines was born July 24, 1892, in North Dakota, and was married to Richard H. Gaines. Survivors are the husband; a son Richard of Galesburg; a sister, Mrs. Charles Breeding of three Miller, S.D., children. and grand- Fulton County, Mr. married to Stella Diesendorf Feb. 12, 1902. He was a farmer most of his life. Surviving are his widow; three sons, Harley of Bradford and Howard and Donald of Elm- two sisters, Mrs. Edith of Elmwood and Mrs. Wells of Brimfield; six grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Patterson Funeral Home in Elmwood, with burial in the Yates City Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home Thursday after 4 p.m. at intersections of through streets. The change is expected to cost $745 per year, and the City Council has already appropriated the amount in the new budget. In making his recommendation to the council, City Manager Thomas Herring noted that the list does not include changing lights for certain highways. This is because "whiteway" type lighting should be installed on these major streets, he said. The council's action came two weeks after an annual traffic safety tional wood; Davey Nellie years MRS. ALDIS B JOHNSON Word has been received by Mrs. Fred Phillips and Mrs. Herbert C. Eastman of Galesburg of the death of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Aldis B. Johnson of Seattle, Wash. Her husband, Dr. Aldis B. Johnson, is a former resident of Galesburg, as are his brothers, Craig R. Johnson of Evanston and Vivion A. Johnson of Indianola, Miss., who will attend the services Thursday at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Seattle. GEORGE A. SKELLEY ALEXIS — George A. Skelley, 77, who resided five miles west of Alexis, was found dead at his home Tuesday about 10 a.m. have Tuesday Death was presumed to occurred early Monday evening. Born Sept. 23, 1886, in Keswick, Monuments and Mausoleums Funeral services for Mrs. Delbert Storm, 68, of 1057 Monroe St. will be Saturday at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel, where friends may call Friday evening. Burial will be at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Storm was pronounced dead on arrival at Cottage Hospital Tuesday at 9:45 a.m. She had been found slumped over the wheel of her car in the yard at 1118 Monroe St. She was stricken with an apparent heart attack while driving home. She was born Oct. 6, 1895, at Woodward, Okla., and had lived in Galesburg since 1941. She was married in June 1929 at Clarendon, Wyo., to Delbert Storm, who survives with two sons, Charles B. Russell of Monmouth and Cpl. James D. Storm of Norfolk, Va.; four daughters, Mrs. Hodges, Mrs. Delia Mrs. Mickey Foutch of Galesburg and Mrs. Polly Hodges of Denison, Tex.; two brothers, Frank Johnson of Redwood City, Calif., and Lee Rhodes of Glenrock, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Bessie Stoddard of Oklahoma and Mrs. Arrests Bring (Continued from page 2) four cartons of cigarettes and $27.50 in cash. Around noon Monday, the older Hartshorn was said to have reported at that his car police had headquarters been stolen Phyrne Smith and from a parking place on a Galesburg street. A short time later he and Rogers were taken into custody. Both were reported to have made statements to authorities Tuesday afternoon. On the basis of information obtained during this questioning, the younger Hartshorn was picked up. The list of burglaries and attempted burglaries was said to have included three at Williamsfield, one each at London Mills, Nekoma, Bishop Hill, Woodhull, and Altona, two at Victoria, along with one attempted burglary at Oneida and at Fenton in Whiteside County. Also, the statements were said to have included admissions of taking approximately 50 gallons of gasoline from two storage tanks in Wataga. an report made by the Na- Safety Council crted improved street lighting as one of needs in Galesburg. Under terms of a contract with the Illinois Power Co., the city now pays for every other light at the rate of $7 each. Two Oppose Parking Ban In removing parking from the south side of South Street, the council was informed that Knox College, which borders the thoroughfare, does not object to the proposal. Aldermen Paul Lindberg and Fred Erickson voted against it, claiming that the city is in need of parking to accommodate an increased number of cars. The approved ordinance allows parking on the street on Sundays. Here is a list streets on which will be increased tions: Dayton, Broad to Henderson; Fremont, city limits to city limits; Losey, Columbus to Farnham; north, city limits to Farnham; South, Plender- son to Grand Avenue; Grand, Ohio to Main Street, Monmouth Boulevard, city limits to Academy; Henderson, Q tracks to Main; Academy, Q tracks to Dayton; N. Broad, Santa Fe tracks to city limits; Seminary, city limits to city limits; Farn- Street to Lincoln, business the council the sale tract of of through- candlepower at intersec- ham, Fifth In other authorized city-owned of Peck Street just Burlington tracks. of a small land north west of the MClALL MUNUMtNIl T. E. O'Donnell of New Mexico; Wisconsin Ruby Red Phone 342-6512 16 grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. Galesburg, 111. KIMBER WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Mrs. Myrtle Gaines Galesburg, Illinois Graveside services; A.M. - FRIDAY AT LINWOOD CEMETERY. t There will be no visitation. MRS. WALTER C. DOTY Funeral services for Mrs. Walter C. Doty, 47, of 641 N. Academy St. will be conducted Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at First United Presbyterian Church, of which she was a member and past president of its Women's Association. Friends may call this evening at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Home. Burial will be at Rock Island National Cemetery. Mrs. Doty was born Aug. 1, 1916, at Virgil, S.D., and had lived in Galesburg the last 10 years. The Dotys were married May 7, 1938, at Nashua, Iowa. Surviving with her husband are four children, Douglas, Richard, Dennis and Susan, all at home. Mrs. Doty was a member of Violet Chapter, Order of Eastern Star; a past president of the J" ' Bateman School PTA, a member of United Church Women, DeMo- lay Mothers and the Rainbow Girls Advisory Board. She was also active in Girl Scout and 4-H work. Galesburg Man Is Under Arrest At Burlington Scheduled to appear Thursday, at 9 a.m., in court at Burlington is George Robert Harris, 30, of Galesburg. He was taken into custody Saturday night after he was reported to have been found "passed out" in his car, motor of which was running, parked just off Route 61, about three miles He was held south of Burlrngton. in jail in leiu of $375 bond on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Burlington authorities related that Harris told them he is on parole in Illinois. Court records here listed his sentence April 10, 1959, to a term of two to seven years on a grand larceny charge, after probation granted July 18, 1958, was revoked. Two Men Are Returned to Rock Island She home was found hanged Tuesday morning. Mr. John W. Johnson 1583 W. Losey St. Funeral: 2 P.M. - THURSDAY FIRST & PUCKETT CHAPEL. REV. GEORGE DeGRAFF. COMMITTAL: ^ OAK LAWN MEMORIAL GARDENS. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Donations may be made to the Grace Episcopal Church Memorial Fund. Flowers... "Nature's most beautiful memorial" in her I Galesburg police Tuesday arrested two local men who were listed as wanted by Rock Island County authorities in two separate cases. Both were turned over Motel Liquor (Continued from page 2) price for the sake of getting more tax revenue." "I don't think there's any more harm in selling liquor in the Galesburg Club now than to sell it at a motel," Aid. Fred Erickson said. As far as liquor is concerned Galesburg is one of the best communities in Illinois in supervision of taverns, according to Aid. Paul Lindberg. "You don't see people staggering around in the Custer Inn or Broadview cocktail lounges and you won't see any around the new motel," he argued. Agreeing with him was Ray Duvall, a salesman, who said that most people in his profession would like a drink before retiring at a motel The proposal to increase the number of liquor licenses came up at an Aug, 19 meeting when Peck told aldermen of his plans. Present quota of liquor license has been filled and Peck would have to transfer one from a present license holder, he was told. This brought up a suggestion of expanding the quota. Speaking against the ordinance to increase the number of licenses were Rev. Dale Catlin of the Evangelical United Brethren Church, Dr. Joseph Hoffman of First Methodist Church and Mrs. Keith Peterson, president of the Galesburg United Church Women. The Rev. Mr. Catlin and Mrs. Peterson said they were speaking for themselves and not for the later Tuesday to Rock Island offi- bodies they repre sent. cers. First to be picked up was Joseph L. Perales, 34, of 844 S. Academy St., listed as wanted on a theft charge in connection with the alleged theft of a girdle and items of lingerie valued at $70. Next to be taken into custody was John M. Hoppock, 25, of Henderson, named in a theft warrant which listed the alleged theft of two chain saws valued at $145. HINCHLIFF a SON 96 North Chambers St GALESBURG, ILLINOIS FUNERAL HOME WCHAPEL N. Broad Phone 543-2101 BTABUSHB) I92S MRS. WALTER C. DOTY — 641 N. Academy St. Services 1:30 P.M. Thursday at the First United Presbyterian Church. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. MRS. DELBERT STORM — 1057 Monroe St. Services Saturday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel, may call Friday evening at the funeral home. 10 A.M. Friends Events Slated At Alexis School ALEXIS — The annual Alexis High School parent-football player night will be held Friday at 7 p.m. There will be a demonstration of football equipment in the gym. A practice session by the squad will follow and refreshments will be served afterward. Thursday at 7 p.m. has been set for the Alexis annual party in the front lobby. The yearbooks will be i s s u e d and refreshments served. Classified Advertising LOCAL CASH RATE Effective April 1, 1953 Word! ?*dayi 4-dayt l-daj 1-20 | 3.38 | 8.34 | 1.30 3.09 1.43 26-30 BLIND AO BOX RENTAL (Replies ailed Out-of-town) 60o Card ot Thanlct in Memo nam* Lodga Notice* 1-lnch or lesa 62.00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks VEST, Jake—The kindness and sympathy of relatives, friends and neighbors in our recent sorrow will always remain with us a precious memory. Our sincere thanks and gratitude to the Rev. Malcolm Shotwell. The Family of Jake Vest BABY Jeffrey White and h i s mother would like to thank the men of Gunthcr Const. Co. who were working on Rt. 34, approximately 18 miles east of Galesburg on Aug. 18, and the couple who brought us to Cottage Hospital. If the couple would please send us their name and address we would appreciate it. Jeff is home now and doing fine. We thank all of you for your help and quick acting in the time of an emergency. Baby Jeff and Barbara White, Rt. 2, Monmouth. I WANT to thank everyone for the nice cards, letters and gifts and all the acts of kindness shown myself and my family while I was in the hospital and since returning home. They were all greatly appreciated. Mrs. Edward Pennington Wllllamsfleld, 111. THANKS to all my friends and relatvies for the many cards and to nurses and nurses' aides for wonderful care during my recent stay in Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Annis Day Abingdon, 111. RISENHOOVER, Bill—To those who expressed their sympathy in so many beautiful and practical ways during our recent bereavement, we extend our heartfelt thanks. The Family FOMEROY, Mrs. Myra — With deepest gratitude we extend this word of thanks for the many kind acts of sympathy expressed by thoughtful friends. These kindnesses and neighborly thoughtfulness can never be forgotten. The Family Abingdon, 111. In Memoriams ERWIN — In loving memory of Gloria and Jean Erwin who passed away 3 years ago Sept. 4, 1060. In our hearts you will always stay Loved and remembered in every way. Mom and Dad Brothers and SJsters Nieces and Nephews ALLEN, Janet M. — In loving memory of our deaughter, Janet, who passed away 4 years ago today, September 4, 1059. Again I near your steps upon the stairs, The dear familiar sound of yesterday, You bounded in the door and called to me. It seemed as though you never been away. And then you threw your arms around my neck, Without a word we stood there for a while When suddenly you disappeared, And I awoke In tears. Remembering your smile, sis. Sadly missed by Mom and Dad HORANEY, Mary — In loving memory of our loved one who passed away two years ago, Sept. 4, 1061. The roiling stream of time flows on But still the vacant chair Recalls the love, the voice, the smile Of mother, who once sat there. The flowers we lay upon your gra ve May wither and decay, But the love we have for you, dear, Will never fad* away. A loving mother, so true and kind, No friend on earth like her we find; For all of us she did her best. May God grant her eternal rest. Husband, Children and Grandchildren COURSON, Paul — In loving memory of our husband and father who passed away 2 years ago today, September 4, 1961. Beloved husband and father, sweet, happy memories cling around your name; True hearts that loved you with deepest affection, who love you in death just the same; You left behind a broken heart that never did forget you and never will, And who always thinks of you and who tries to be brave and content. Gone is the face we loved so dear and oilent is the voice we loved to hear. Sad but true, we v/onder why that the best are always first to die. We hope to meet you some day, we know not when, To clasp your hand in the better land, never to part again. Wife and Children fn MemorlAm* SILVEY, Elden Jr. — In loving memory of our aon who passrd away 3 years ago today, September 4. 19fi0. His amIHng way and ploasant face. Are a pleasure to recall; He had a kindly word for each. And died beloved by all. Some day we hope to meet him. Some day, we know not when. To clasp his hand in the better land. Never to part again. Mother and Pad Lost and Found GONE FOR GOOD? Not tf you quickly place a LOST AD Phone 342-5161. LOST a large black billfold containing money, checks and credentials. Please bring to Police Station and receive generous reward. Lost West of viaduct on E. Main REWARD for information leaTT ing to the return of a brown and white male Fox Terrier dog lost in Lake Storey park Sunday afternoon. Aug. 25. Call or write Richard Hoexter, 1044 20th St., Rock Island. 111., 786-0683. uslness Service—2 REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you pleases us. WE APPRECIATE your business. Call us anytime. Cttywlde Rubbish Removal. 343 -8665 or 3434138. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Producfcs, Gas • oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Publto Square 343-6535. Nite 343 -5404. OIL permanents, always a |5 special. Maxine's Beauty Shop, W. Main & Academy. Phone 343-3612. PAPER HANGING-PAINTING Spray or Brush. Free estimates. 342-3670 or 342-1278. 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 All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave, — 343 -6813. NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318. LAWN BUILDING Rough grading to the finished lawn. Black dirt and white rock. Bledsoe's Lawn Builders, 2296. 343- Transmutation—-3 WANT RIDE TO WESTERN Everyday. Call 343-8655. SERVICEMAN driving to New Jersey area Sept. 15th wishes serviceman to help drive. Johnson, P.O. Box 44, North Henderson, 111. Personal-Special Notice—4 TRY DIADAX Tablets (Formerly Dex-A-Dlet). New name, same formula, only 98o at West Drug Company. AVON PRODUCTS If Interested in buying or *ell- lng, Call 342-0360. BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains tn clothing, appliances and furniture^ Male Help Wanted—5 MARRIED man — Must be experienced with livestock and machinery. Modern house. Write Box 755, care Register-Mail. EXCELLENT opportunity for head salesman in livestock feed manufacturing business. High school education and references required. Write Box 756, care Register-Mall. NEED HELP? Find the best through a wider choice- Phone 342-5161 to place your WANT AD $7,200 to $12,000 YEARLYI Trained locally — representing oldest and largest manufacturer In our field. Age 23 to 55. No experience necessary. Ask for Mr. Stangland. Tel. 343-2146. 8 to 5. NO STRIKES — no layoffs. All over-time you want. Married to 35. Write Box 065. care Regia- ter-Mall. WANTED — Ambitious young man, 18 or 17, for full time stock clerk. Inquire in person, Trading Post Super. 2 OPENINGS in our Sales and Service Dept. for men of good character. No special skills are required. Ages 21 to 55 years. Car useful. Advancement to management available In accordance with your ability. For personal interview Call 343-1831, 9 to 10 P.M. MARRIED man to 35 with high school education, to service local route, $417 monthly guarantee. Write Box 676, % Register-Mall WANTED — Year around man for farm work. New all modern house, small family preferred. Ph. Webster 2-2474. Galva, 111. __ MAN — To service route in Galesburg local. Home every night, 22-40. married. Phone 3439342 OPPORTUNITY Briefly we are looking for the right man to add to our staff. Should be enthusiastic, ambitious and one who likes people, preferably married, and interested in improving his situation In life. 3-year training program, salary open depending on qualifications. For interview call 3434514, HMO to 12 noon or 343-4492 after 4:30 P.M. Female Help Wanted—6 NIGHT WAITRESS Experienced, part time. Apply 1685 Grand Ave. BABYSITTER for 3 small girls in my home while I work. Call 342-6339. Present sitter returning to school. Female Help Wanted*** SCHOOL starting, need mof« help, 4 waitress, 4 curb help, % try cooks. Apply in person 11 to 1 noon, 4 to 6 p.m. HtTDDLE DRIVE-IN Henderson Se Da.vton. WAITRESS WANTED .1 to M shift. Circle T Truck Sfnp. STTUDTrFTAGCDTacr>no care for 2 small children, some light housework, while mother work?. Semi modern country home. Can live in. Weekends off if desired. $15 per week. Phone 639-2684 Wllltamsflcld after 6 P.M. Male, Female Help Wanted—7 OPENING FOR DAYS 1 full time curb waiter or waitress, Must he neat, clean and efficient. No experience nrces- P*M Apply In person, 2 to 4 1 STEAK 'N SHAKE DISHWASHER wanted - Hours 4 p.m. to 12 midnight. Apply In person. Barrow's Hestaurani, lft.M N. Henderson. ;M2-2:U-'I mm* i i _r P'UT.I. or part time, to present family security program, fall 342-5319 for appointment. Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. 405 Hill Arcade. Employment Wanted BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Licensed. 1-170 Meadow Drive. Ph. 343-2603. WASHINGS — IRONrNOS Shirts, curtains, lace tablecloths, Water softener. Rates to steady customers. 343-4706. 531 K. Brooks. CLEANING LADY has time available for house clean In tf, wall washing, special housework, etc. Write Box 750, care Rcgtstcr-Mnll. Instruction— 9 Get Lifetime Security Men and women, train now for Civil Service Jobs Pays up to and as high as $02 per week to start. Grammer school education usually sufficient. Keep your present Job while training. U, S. citizens only. For full Information in* eluding a list of positions and salaries, send name and address to: Key Training Service of Peoria, 4207 N. Prospect Rd. Tel. 682-4822, Business Opportunity—10 BtlOH YOQ INVEST. INVESTIGATE I Th« OalMburg EUgtslcr - Mall atiampti to datarmln* thm reliability of tha advartlaaf tn all ada requiring an ln*»«tmant. It cannot, howeTar, guaranfaa all such ofiara. We recommend that you INVESTIGATE rally before you INVEST A MAN WANTED To operate local business. Sensational new product . . . Earn $23,500 per year. Minimum investment of $5,000. If you can qualify, write Century Brick Corp. of America, Century Brick Bldg., Eric 2, Pennsylvania, DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT For sale or lease. For laforma- tlon call Abingdon 4481. Wanted to Buy—11 WANTED TO BUY — Tractors, trucks and care for parts Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co.. Knoxville Road. Galesburg. Ill Ph. 343-1914. TOP price for used furniture, appliances, antique furniture, dishes, dolls, lamps, guns, jewelry, etc. Lawson Trading Post. 026 E. Main. 343-1918: 343-0241. GUNS, GOLD COINS Caah for pistols, rifles, shotguns (modern or antique) and gold coins. Gil Hebard Guns, Public Square, Knoxville. Afternoons 1-4:30. 289-4556. USED STEEL TRAPS Muskrat, mink, and beaver. Ph. 343-6886 anytime. GAS SPACE HEATERS Lawson Trading Post. 028 East Main. 343-1918. 343-6241. Rooms for Rent— 12 NICE sleeping room and car space at 862 E. Berrien. Gentleman only. Phone 343-3438. Tn rn- T innn_. J_- r_n j _i_ __I_MT .. JUT I. T - - 1 " " ™ B -L • 111 •• 2 SLEEPING rooms, bath not used by family. No drinking, no smoking. Call 342-5424. SLEEPING ROOM Private entrance, $7 week. Ph. 342-5964. SLEEPING room, nicely furnished, single or double, large lighted closet. Employed gentleman. Near diner. 56 Walnut Ave. 343-5557. LARGE comfortable room with 4 windows and closet. Suitable for nurse, teacher, or student, 3 blocks from business district. 343-3615. SLEEPING room comfortably furnished with nice bedroom suite and large reclining chair. Rug on floor. After 5 call 3421041. Furnished Apartment*—14 %— 3-ROOM ants., 1 furnished, 1 unfurnished, will furnish; close in; utilities furnished. Ph. 343-6177. 60 W. North. LOWER furnished apt., 2 large rooms and kitchenette, private entrance, share bath, utilities furnished, >12 week. Phone 3434187. FIRST floor 2 room furnished apt., utilities furnished, antenna, gas heat. Prefer middleage or working couple. Call 342-2851. EFFICIENCY Apt. — Refrigerator, stove, furniture and utilities furnished. Near town and college. Prefer middle age, employed or retired. 261 W, Tompkins St. 240 WEST MAIN Furnished 4 rooms and bath. Extra nice. Wali-to-wail carpeting. Close in. Employed adults. Galesburg Vault Co., or inquire Apt. 1, e NICE clean 3-room and bath upper furnished apt. Close to town. Adults, only. 269 Maple. 2-ROOM furnished apt. 1 or 2 people; also I room efficiency luitable for one man. Reasonable. 244 N. Broad. 2-ROOM furnished Apt, private entrance, walkinf distance to Ahoppiftf district, tftilille* fur* nlshed, Adulto, 250,Maple. rvnktsimb apt*., 2 6t 3 rma. f first floor, also efficiency apt., $33, Call after fl, 343-7028. FUHNrsHteo of uttititntnhed 3- room apt. Prtvate bath and entrance. Utilities furnished. N. Academy. Adults, 343*4223, Rent your APARTMENT of SLEEPING ROOM tftfouftl ti WArTT AD FURNISHED apt., ground floor, 779 North Weat St. Rock Maple furniture. Tot couple only. TV antenna, til* bath, gafag* space, sun heat. living room, dinette, kitchen, bedroom. «pa* clous wardrobe closets. Very private npartment. Call at abov* address. FOR TEACHER Share opt., on near north sld* f with professional woman Large rooms, well heated, good neighborhood, your own room oiua home privileges. Low rent fof risht person Call 343-5047 Sunlit nr after 6 weekdays NORTH CHAWOBERS TWO room bachelor apt. Utilities Included, 155. Appointment :U2-.W7 W A H M e o m f o r t a bly fur n I s fi ed front mom and kitchenette in quiet home, convenient location, utilities furnished, pleasant for mlddleajred or retired lady. 933 W. .Main. 2-ROOM modern clean furnished apt. All utilities furnished. Private entrance. Off street park- Ing. Adults. 3-12-6342. FURN1SHKD upper 4 rooms and bath, private entrance, TV antenna, all utilities furnished. Adults. 502 ft. Prove. 342-5027. 1-FtOOM efficiency apt., 88 N. Whltesboro, near north side. Gentlemen preferred. Phone 342-1051. Also 3-room furnished apt NORTH — 2-room upper apt. Clean, nicely furnished, walk In closet. Close to bath. Retired or working lady preferred. 3423401. 3 ROOMSTndbath lower apt. 1 blocks from town. Middle-aged lady r.r couple. Also 1 room et~ flclency. 343-5374. ^_ 2 ROOM furnished upper front apt., clean and pleasant. Phone 34^3B2B. FURNISHED 5 ROOM LOWER apt. 43 S. West. Utilities, gas heat furnished. Private bath and entrance. For appointment call 343-6505. Unfurnished Apartments—15 UPPER EAST FRONT Near college and downtown, 3 rooms, kitchen, bath. Stove, refrigerator, hot water furnished. Ideal for single or employed couple Adults 343-1533. UNFURNISHED first floor 5 rooms. 2 bedrooms. Heat and water furnished. Everything separate, $80 month. 559 N, Chambers. 342-6324. i * * MODERN 5 room unfurnished upper apt. Gns heat. Everything separate, 74 N. Arthur. Close to shopping center. Adults only $50 Phone 343-2861 before 0:3() a.m or inquire at down- fitalrs apt. NICE 5-ROOM Unfurnished Sower apt. Gas heat, Baternnn, Churchill District. Available Immcdiately. 343-3021. UPPER 5~ROOMS AND SUN PARLOR Heat and water furnished. ADULTS 241 S. Academy St. Phone 342-4515 5 ROOM unfurnished apt., newly decorated, SflO monthly, heat and water furnished. 3421051, 6 to 7 p.m. evenings only. NICE 3-room and bath unfurnished upper apt. 2 closets. Heat, water furnished. Adults only. North side. Call 342-4529. UPPER 2 BEDROOM Apt. Close in, 191 Cottage Ave. 342-5800. 3-ROOM bath, unfurnished upper apt., private entrance, garage, heat, water, furnished. Ariultx, no pets. 100 Lincoln. Ph. it 1 '!*™ 30 LARO unfurnished modern apt. 220 wiring. On Knoxville road near Gates Rubber Products. Call 342-4860. UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom lower apt., utilities furnished. Gas heat. Good school location. North side. Shown by appoint- mcnt. Call 342-7810. 860 BEECHER Ave, Upper 5-rm. unfurnished apt. Stove and refrigerator optional. Separate utilities and entrances. NORTH Academy—second floor. 2 bedroom unfurnished apt. Newly decorated. Gas heated. Heat and water furnished. Garage space. Now vacant. Phone Altona 484-5445, EXCEPTIONALLY well decorated 3-room unfurnished apt. Drapes, carpets, stove furnished. Ample dos«t, storage space. Private entrance; cicse to town. Phone 343-3078, UNFURNISHED lower 4 room apt., utilitiea furnished; 2 rooms carpeted; close to town and factories. Inquire at 287 W. Tompkins. 2 OR 3-BEDROOM upper unfurnished apt. New kitchen, all newly decorated, separate entrance, gas heat and water furnished. Hitchcock & Churchill school area. Now available. Call 343-5534. IN KNOXVIXXE—Upper apt.. 4 rooms, bath, private entrance, garage, gas heat. Phone 289-2491. 2 BEDROOM unfurnished upper apt., Birch kitchen, garage, private entrance. North Broad location. Ph. 342-0423. FOR RENT New 3 bedroom apt. Formal din* ing, separate kitchen with built- ins, private balcony. Carpeting and decor of your choice; separate utilities. Yearly lease required. |146 per month. O'BRYANT Town House 343-9165 t UPPER APT. Hear Cottage Hospital 3 Large Cheerful Rooms Private bath and entrance. Utilities furnished; garage. Adults, Deets Realty, 343-2151 (Continued on page 30) Fingerprinting Of Boy Asked State's Atty. Donald C Woolsey said this morning that he had requested the attorney for James Gardner, 17, of Cameron Route 2, to have his client appear at police headquarters for photographing and fingerprinting. J In Knox County Court Tuesday, j at Galesburg High School. His where the youth was fined $100 and costs and placed on probation for one year on a theft count, Judge Daniel J. Roberts declined to direct that the youth go to police headquarters to be photographed and fingerprinted. Young Gardner was alleged to have taken a packet of currency, totaling $500, last Wednesday afternoon from the book rented room counsel said It was part of a practical joke and the boy intended to return the money the following morning. Have You Heard That The Chesley family reunion was held over the weekend at Lake Storey. Mrs. Lizzie Morgan, 90, was the oldest member present. Some 45 relatives attended the event. Firemen Answer Call Firemen at the main station answered a call just before press time at 7 W. Mam where a car fire was reported. A spokesman could not give the cause of the blaze or extent of damage until the trucks return ed. St. I READ THE WANT ADS!
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