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Omnibus-* (Continued from page 2) agency's appropriation, you would be defeating all the others." The sponsor of the omnibus bill, Rep. Abner Mikva, D • Chicago, said the new bill would make it necessary for each agency's appropriation request to "stand or fall on its own merits. That's the way it should be." William Chamberlain, administrative aide to Kerner, echoed Mikva's statement about making appropriations to each governmental body stand on their own merits. But he estimated that the new law would require the legislature to handle about 100 more bills each session. One omnibus bill last session carried appropriations for 29 dif-' ferent commissions, boards, agencies and other bodies. Mikva believes that the handling of this bill led to the "mood" in the legislature that resulted in the "anti- omnibus" bill law. When the omnibus bill came before the House Appropriations Committee for a hearing in early June, members of the economy bloc were prepared to attack many of the appropriations. Early in the hearing was tcsti mony about the appropriation of the Illinois Veterans' Commission —a favorite target of economy minded lawmakers in recent years. Rep. Rae Heiple, R-Wasb ington, a member of the economy bloc, led off the sharp qtiestion- iog- Before he could even finish the questioning on this appropriation, another lawmaker moved that the entire appropriation bill be put up for a vote. The measure was seconded and put to a vote. Representatives of more than 20 other groups did not even testify before the committee. When the bill came up for debate on the House floor, members felt it was too late to delay action on it, because they feared they might endanger the appropriations to all groups. It was sent to the'Senate with only minor amendments. Mikva said, "The House is funny. You might get your head beat in time after time and nobody will care. But they feel you should at least get a fair hearing. That's probably why we were able to pass this 'anti-omnibus' measure." Those who favor "omnibus" bill argue that the technique is a device by which administrations gain approval for necessary but controversial commissions and groups. But opponents claim that the bills did more harm than good, and should be outlawed. Marriage License Roy A. Lashbrook and Miss Carolee D. Swanson, both of Galesburg. Buster W. Woodruff and Mrs. Frances I. Ray, both of St. Augustine. Gary D. Collins and Miss Patricia J. Link, both of Abingdon. Eugene B. Kennedy and Mrs. D. June Etheridge, both - of Galesburg. Edmond B. Jeffcoat and Miss Shirley M. Phillips, both of Coal Valley. Louis Friend Jr. and Miss Donna M. Plym, both of Gales- bur 8- j „„• Vernon R. Plymton and Miss Penelope D. Hare, both of Gales- Richard C. Winegard and Mrs. Kathryn A. Rothlauf, both of Burlington. • Paul R. Jehling of Cambridge NOTICE OF CLAIM DAV ^MSSSSHF* 8p£clAL Notice is hereby given to all ciTY S op S a^ESBuno persons that the 4th day of No- Notice of those lands, town lots vpmhpr 10M i« fho flnim Auto in and real P r °Perty which are de- vemDer, i»w, is tne claim date in i ln q uent for failure to pay special the estate of ADOLPH HARFST, assessments or Installments thereon Deceased nendine in the Countv or l nte , rest thereon, and notice of ueceasea, penamg in me uounty app]icatlon for Jtldgmcnt aKa(riSt Court of Knox County, Illinois, and such lands, town lots and real prop- that claims may be filed against ^ty for lhe aniMint due thereon for assessments. I, Robert C. Jordan, Collector for the City of Galesburg. Knox County, Illinois, hereby give notice that as such collector, not later than five days prior to the 14th day of October, 1963. I shall make a return or report to the County Collector of Knox County, Illinois, of all the lands, town lots and real property upon which I, as Collector, have been unable to collect the special assessments or installments thereof, matured and payable, or interest thereon, or interest due to the preceeding January 2nd, on in NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY stallments not yet matured on all », .. u L. • i ii warrants in mv hands. Notice is hereby given to all The following is a n s t of ail the persons that Monday, October 7, delinquent lands, town lots and real 1963, is the claim date in the es- ffi ?i n f e nS ,0 the , ^lf h o?" ,„« tate of DOMINICK FIACCO, De- thereon, remains unpaid, the names rpaseri Oendine in the CountV the owner, if known, the total ceasea, penning in uie yuuny amount dU e thereon, and the years Court of Knox County, Illinois, for which the same are due the said estate on or before said date without issuance of sum mons. EMMA HARFST, Administrator John M. Baudino, Attorney, Farmington, 111. 9/7-14-21; 3T, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Martin Fiacco, Executor Robert M. Egan, Attorney 41 E. Simmons Street Galesburg, Illinois 9/7-14-21.; 3T. PHILLIPS ST. SEWER CASE NO. 1825 10th Inst Due 1D35 Olaf Hawklnson Subdlv E P Chambers Addition Unknown Owner (2nd - 10th Instl Part Lot 10 $ 312.67 FARNHAM ST, INDIANA AVE OHIO AVE & BAIRD AVE PAVEMENT CASE No. 18R6 10th Inst. Due lD.'SB Race Track Add. Lot 2 J. M. Pearson UOth Inst) Lot 1 . . $ 158.67 DIVISION ST PAVEMENT CASE No. 15120 10th Inst Due 1037 Haynor's Addition Block 1 (6th-10th Insts) S 630.07 PHILLIPS ST PAVEMENT CASE No. 1930 Loscy to Ottosnn 10th Inst Due 1937 Olof Hawkinion Subdiv NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, October 7, Unknown""H"eir,~~R*o"be7T 1963, is the claim date in the es- F h ? p ,£ eI ' ' ' tate of FREDA E. LARSON, De- ° ceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or be- „„•,.. E p chambers Addition r -J J i .,| ' , , unknown Owner (1st - loth fore said date without issuance - " n of summons. Carl W. Ahline, Executor Robert M. Egan, Attorney 41 E. Simmons Street Galesburg, Illinois 9/7-14-21; 3T. Bank Facing Washed, Sealed First Galesburg National Bank & Trust Co. building at the southeast corner of Main and Prairie streets is having its facing washed. A crew started the process this week preliminary to applying a sealer to the limestone facing. After pointing up the joints in the slabs, the limestone was washed with water. Next step is application of the sealer, which is designed to add durability to the porous limestone. The limestone was added to the structure during the remodeling of the bank in 1955-56. Inst) a strip adjacent to Lot 10 . ... $1,322.61 FLORENCE AVE PAVEMENT CASE No. 2114 (Fifer to Walsh Ave) 10th Inst Due 1939 North Park First Addn Block 2 Wm Anderson (2nd - 10th Inst) Lot 26 _ $1,261.74 Chet Cooley (2nd-10th Inst) Lot 25 $1,261.74 N WEST ST «e WATERS ST PAVEMENT CASE No. 2236 10th Inst Due 1942 Homestead Subdlv Block 6 Harold Crouch 2nd - 10th Inst) Part Lot 3 $3,162.94 LIGHTING SYSTEM CASE No. 2567 4th Inst Due 1956 5th Inst Due 1957 6th Inst Due 195R 7th Inst Due 1959 8th Inst Due 1960 9th Inst Due 1961 10th Inst. Due 1962 SD Lots 1, 2 It 3, Block 15, Lot 2 (Item 37) B. F. Sanford (4,5,6,7,8,9,10 Insts) . ... $ 153.51 Plat 1876. Blk 25. Lot 13 (Item 167) Charles B, Oberlander (410 Insts) . $ 101.22 Plal 1876, Blk 25, Lots 16,17 & 18 (Hem 170) I. It J. K. Lasser (5-10 Insts)$ 306.73 SD Lois 8.9,10.11,12 it 13 Block 19 Lot 8 (Item 178) Denton Drug Co. (9 - 10 Insts) ........... $ 25.22 SD Lois 8,9,10,11,12 It 13, Block 19, Lot 9 (Item 179) Ray Denton (9-10 Insts) $ 22.18 Plat 1876 Lots 16,17,18 Block 25 (Item 193) I. 8c J. K. Lasser (5-10 Insts) ... $ 217.70 FRANKLIN AVE CURB It GUTTER CASE No. 2715 Lot 17 in Nelson's Resubd Lot 47 ex W. 155.55 ft It ex Lots 1,2,3,4,5,6 7,8, It • of Swanson's Plat (Item 8) Donald L. Anderson (Int on 2-10 Insts) $ 53.65 ex Set Grotto Picnic The annual family 'picnic of Murga Grotto and its Caldron Auxiliary will be held tonight at 6 o'clock in the Lions Club Shelter at Lake Storey Park. Families Who plan to attend Were asked to Lot '23 7n Nelson's Resub Lot 47 take dishes of food and table <=ep* w. 155.55 ft it except lots l, 2 3,4,5,6,7,8 It 9 of Swanson's Plal Service. 1904, jot 9 & 13 of Subd Lot 9 of Whiting's Sub. (Item 14) Kenneth Bryan (6 & 7 Insts) . ... $ 42.17 E MAIN STREET WALKS 8c CURBS CASE No. 61-CO-22 1st Inst, due 1962 Plat 1876 Blk 25 N 89.75 ft of Lot 2 (Hem 77 Floyd W. Sargeant . (1 & 2 Insts) $ 190.69 Plat 1876 Blk 25, Lot 4 It W 2 ft 71/2 in. in lot 3 (Item 79) Frawley Frowns ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPD—Rich­ ard Maney, 10, received Friday a plaster bust of television actor William Frawley. The boy, who won the bust in a letter - writing contest, wrote that he wanted it because he had | Floyd wf sargea'nt no place ' to hang his baseball cap. and Miss Karen J. Smith of Galesburg. Ted M. Lineberry and Miss Ruth Bigney, both of Davenport. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! REESE ELLIOTT WILSON A.B., B. MUS. LAST CHANCE TO ENROLL IN Cheerful Cherub Musical Kindergarten & Nursery School PIANO - SINGING - DRUMS - -DIRECTING - DANCING RHYTHM BAND and ART TUESDAY and THURSDAY MORNINGS $2.50 Per Week for 1 Child $4.00 Per Week for 2 in family . 343-6795 CONGRATULATIONS to WAYNE WALLACE on his GRAND CHAMPION. Good management, good feeds and good breeding ^ go to make up a Grand Champion. Larry Kennedy, General Sales Rep. PRO-FLO INC. 510 S. Main, Monmoutli (1 & 2 Insts) . $ 207.14 Plat 1876 Blk 25, Lot S (Item 80) Floyd W. Sargeant (1 & 2 Insts) $ :J40.B6 RESURFACING MAIN STREET CASE No. 61-CO-25 1st Inst Due 1962 2nd Inst Due 1063 SD Lot* 24 It 25, W 2/3 Lot 3 R. Payne's Addn (Item 47) D. I. Walner (2nd Instl $ 70.16 Plat 1876 Blk 25. N 89.75 ft of Lot 2 (Item 95) Floyd Sargeant (1 & 2 Insts) $ 'MM Plat 1876 Blk 25. Lot 4 It W 2 ft 71/2 In. Lot 3 (Item 97) Floyd Sargeant (1 & 2 Insts) % 80.97 Plat 1876 Blk 25, Lot 5 (Item 98) Floyd Sargeant a A- 2 Insts) $ 164.58 INSTALLING TREES It SHRUBS MAIN ST. CASE No. Bl-CO-31 1st Inst due 1062 2nd Inst due 106.1 Plat 1876 Blk 25, N 89.75 ft of Lot 2 (Item 81) Floyd Sargeant (1st & 2 Insts) $ 1.1.89 Plat 1876 Blk 25, N 89.75 ft of Lot 2 (Item 82) Floyd Sargeant (1 & 2 Insts) .. .. . S 14.75 Plat 1876 Blk 25, Lot 5 (Item 84) Floyd W. Sargeant (I & 2 Insts) $ 24.10 COURT STREET SEWER CASE No. 61-CO-40 1st Inst due 1962 2nd Inst due 1963 Frank A. Olson Addn, John W. Anderson. RE SD of Lot 1, Lot 12, Blk 1 (Item 2) Ethel Marie It Howard V. Clay (1 & 2 Instst $ B2 rt2 Frank A. Olson Addn, John W. Anderson, RE SD of Lot 1, Lot 17, Blk 1 (Item 7) Ernest Colwell. (2nd Inst) $ 4.107 Frank A. Olson Addn. John W. Anderson, RE SD of Lot 1, Lot 18, Blk 1 (Item 8) Albert Fones, Jr. (1st & 2nd Insts) % 82 31 Frank A. Olson Addn. John W. Anderson, RE SD Lot 1, Lot 20, Blk 1 (Item 10) Carlo* L. Steed (1st & 2nd Insts) S 82 32 Frank A. Olson Addn, John W. Anderson, RE SD of Lot 1. Lot 5. Blk 2 (Item 15) Emery R. Whetstine (1st Sc 2nd Insts) $ 82.32 1 WEST FREMONT STREET SANITARY SEWER CASE No. 61-CO-42 1st Inst due 196.1 Frank A. Olson Addn. John W. Anderson RE SD of Lot 1, tot 10, Blk 1 (Item 6) Cecil R. Moore (1st Instl $ 58.24 JEFFERSON STREETT CURB AND GUTTER CASE No. 62-CO-1.1 1st Inst Due 196.1 Finch's Addn Chllds SD N Pt Blks 13,14,15 and all 16-21, Lot 1, Blk 2 (Item No. 1) Wm. G. Cunningham (1st Inst) % .16.10 Finch's Addn Child* SD N Pt Blks 13,14,15 and all 16-21, Lot 4, Block 2 (Item No. 2) Wm. G. Cunningham (1st Inst) $ .1.1.74 Finch's Addn Chllds SD N Pt Blks 13,14.15 and all 16-21, Lot 13, Block 2 (Item No 8) Glenn E McNeil (1st Inst) $ 3;)74 Finch's Addn Childs SD N Pt Blks 13,14,15 and all 16-21. Lot 16, Block 2 (Item No. 9) Glenn E. It Miriam I. McNeil (1st Inst) $ .1.1.74 Finch's Addn Chllds SD N Pt Blks 13,14,15 and all 16-21. Lot 11, Block 1 (Item No. 15) Rae M. Holmqulsi (1st Inst) $ .14.21 Finch's Addn Chllds SD N Pt Blks 13,14,15 and all 16-21, Lot 15, Block 1 (Item No. 17) Albert N. Llnroth (1st Inst) .. $ 34 2t And I, as such Collector, hereby give notice th;it application will be made by and judgment prayed by Carl T. Gnethc, County Collector of Knox County, Illinois, in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, on the 7th day of October, 196.1, at the Court House in Galesburg, Illinois, for judgment against the - above described lands, town lots and real property in the city of Galesburg. Illinois, for the linount. of such special assessments, matured installments, interest and costs due thereon, and for an order to sell such lands, town lots and real property for the .satisfaction thereof. And I hereby give notice that commencing at nine o'clock in the forenoon of the Monday fixed by Carl T. Goethe, Collector of Knox County, Illinois, for such sale, the said date so fixed being the 14th day of October. 1063. all the lands, town lots and real property for the sale of which, an order is made, will bo exposed to public sale at the Court House in said County for the amount of special assessments and matured installments of special assessments, Interest and costs due thereon. You are further given notice that I, as municipal Collector, and required by statute to add to all special assessments and matured installments thereof and interest thereon, when paid after August 15th, in the year when the same became due and payable, the sum of twenty cents (20c) for each tract or parcel of land upon which payment is made to cover the cost of advertising, as required by statute. Dated at Galesburg, in said County of Knox, this 7th day of September A. D. 1963. (Signed) Robert C. Jordan, Municipal Collector I, Hazel Marcum, secretary of the Galesburg Printing and Publishing Co., publishers of the Galesburg Register-Mail, a newspaper of general circulation, do hereby certify that, the foregoing list of lands, town lots and real property on which special assessments or installments thereof, or interest, remain due and unpaid for the year 1963 and previous years as shown by the list, was published in said newspaper, published daily in the City of Galesburg, County of Knox, and State of Illinois, in the number issued September 7th, 1963, and that the number of transcripts correspond with the number of papers distributed for that day, and that I have complied with the laws of the State of Illinois in the distribu tion of said papers. I further certify that the foregoing list was enre fully compared with the origina list furnished me for publication GALESBURG PRINTING PUB. CO. Publishers of the Galesburg Register Mail Hazel Marcum, Secy. Galesburg, Illinois, September 7, A. V., 196.1. Subscribed and sworn to before me a Notary Public this 7th day of September, 1963. (SEAL) MARY, L. CARR Notary Public 9/7— It Gofesburg Register-Moil, Gofesburg, III. Saturday, Sept. 7. 1963 13 NOTICE NOTICE is hereby Riven that on September 5, 1963, Galesburg, Import Motors, Inc., by its attor ncy, Stuart, Neaglc & West, filed with the Zoning Board of Appeals of Knox County, Illinois, an Appli cation to Permit Exception to Provision of Article IX, Section 4 sub-paragraph 3 of the Knox County Zoning Resolution, as per said petition filed herein of the following described real estate: Lots 17, 18, 19 and 20 in Block 4 of Williams Addition to the City of Galesburg, Illinois. Said petition states that Lots 18, 19 and 20 In said Block 4 are located in "E" District under the said Zoning Resolution; that Lot 17 in said Block 4 is located in "B" District and that the land immediately adjoining the property by applicants on the Northwest is also located in "E" District; That said Lots 19 and 20 upon which the building proposed to be built have a depth of 198 feet in length and that it is impossible to so locate the building on the property and to comply with Subparagraph 3 (rear yard) of Section 4, Article IX of said Zoning Resolution without undue hardship; That the applicants wish to locate the proposed building on Lots 19 and 20 so as to have a front yard of 30 feet in order to comply with the said Resolution but that if the said building is so located as to have a front yard of 30 feet, there will be no rear yard and that the exception requested herein is the waiver of the rear yard requirement. NOTICE is hereby given that a public hearing will be held upon said Petition by the Knox County Board of Appeals at the Knox County Court House (Board of Supervisors Rom, Third Floor) at 2:00 P.M. September 23, 1903. KNOX COUNTY BOARD OF APPEALS BY LAURENCE Y. BIRD CHAIRMAN 9/7-11 NOTICE OF NEW CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, Octoher 7, IW3, is the new claim date in the estate of CtUST L. OUSON, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against (he said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Edwin Ring. Executor Bernard G. Sl.utlcr, Attorney 8 24-31; 9 7; 3T NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that October 7, 1W.1. is the claim date in the estate of GRACE S. CALHOUN, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County. Illinois, and that claims may be filed against (ho said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Harry Tennant, Executor Stuart. Neaglc & West, Attorneys 8/31; 9/7-14; 3T NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Nolicc is hereby given to all persons that Monday, October 7, 1903, is the claim date in the estate of GEORGE E. ABERNETHY, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, inois, and that claims may he filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Kathryn Mae Abernclhy, Administrator Donald C. Woolscy, Attorney 8/31; 9/7-14; 3T NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, November 4th, 1963, is the claim date in the estate of RUTH J. TANNER, 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. Fern Tanner Thomson, Executor Nelson, Gustafson & Blake, Attorneys. 9/7-14-21; 3T NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, October 7, 19(53, is the claim date in the estate of PERRY SERVEN 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. PERRY LEE SERVEN, Administrator Nelson, Gustafson & Blake and Norton P. Rider, Attorneys 9: 7-14-21 /3t If you wear a . while golf- ng, shift the buckle to the back. You'll avoid scratching your forearm on the backswing. Backyard Sale 1246 GRAND AVE. Saturday & Monday Haln Date Tues. It Wed,, Sept. 10 It 11 Lots of Clothing It Misc. NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that on Monday, November 4, 1903, is the claim date in the estate of HATTIE M. STANTON 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. LORRAINE ANDERSON, Administrator O'Brien & O'Brien, Attorneys 9: 7-14-21/3t NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, November 4, 19G3, is the claim date in the estate of IRVING G. GARCELON, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, ind that claims may be filed gainst the said estate on or before said date without issuance il summons. EVELYN S. GARCELON, Executor Barash & Stoerzbach, Attorneys 9: 7-14-2l/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 MABEL 0. RICHEY. 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. Betty Sharp, Administrator Charles A. Wcsncr, Attorney 8/31; 9/7-14; 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 CLYDE SHAVER, Deceased, pending in the Cotlnty Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Edna L. Roberts, Executor Charles A. Wesner, Attorney 8/31; 9/7-14; 3T NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE TO PAY DERTS STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) ss, COUNTY OF KNOX > IN THE COUNTY COURT THEREOF IN PROBATE NO. 63-P64 LILLIAN P. SEMONIS. as Ad ministrafor of the Estate of Biddie Cruser, deceased, Petitioner, vs. JAMES T. SEMONIS, ef al. Defendants. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby Riven that pursuant to a decree made and entered of record by said Court in the above entitled cause on the 3rd day of September. 1963, the undersigned, as Administrator nf the Estate of Bid- rlie Cruser, deceased, will sell at public vendue at 326 East Main Street, in the City of Knoxville, I Knox County, Illinois, on Satur- 1 day. October 5, 1963, at 2 o'clock ; in the afternoon of said day, all (he right, title and interest of Biddie Cruser, deceased, in and to the real estate hereinafter described in order to pay the debts accruing against her estate: Lot 4 in Block 9 in the City nf Knoxville, Knox County, Illinois. TERMS OF SALE: Sale is to be made upon terms of 20% of the amount hid, cash in hand on day of sale, with the balance (hereof to be due and payable upon approval of said sale by said Court. Said sale is to he made free and clear of all liens and encumbrances except the lien for general real estate taxes levied for the years 1962 and 1963, and as to such taxes, said sale will he made subject thereto. Possession of said premises will be given upon approval of said sale by said Court, payment in full of the purchase price, and. delivery of a proper deed of conveyance. Dated this 3rd day of September, 1963. LILLIAN P. SEMONIS, as Administrator of the Estate of Biddie Cruser, deceased. Attorney for said Administrator: Bernard G. Stutlcr 319 East Main Street Knoxville, Illinois. 9/7-14-21; P /r. MARKET REPORTS MONDAY'S ESTIMATES CHICAGO (AP) - Estimated livestock receipts for Monday are 14,000 cattle, 7,000 hogs and 700 sheep. Galesburg Hog Market Galesburg Order Buyers C. R. & Q. Stockyards Market steady to 25 cents low* rr. Bulk of eastern shipping hogs, $l.-v.-)0-$l .i .75. Top, $16. Quotations: 200-240 $l,V2o-$16.00 210-260 $!5.20-$I5.90 260-300 $14.75-$15.70 Sows: 300-500 $I2.2i5-$15.0O Transportation Departure* Effective April 29 ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME Burlington. E&stbound a Fast Mail .1:05 «. m. 3n AkSarBen __5:5S a. m. 10 Denver Zephyr —7:32 a. m. 2 Local —8:50 a. m. in California Zephyr 12:31 p. m. 12 Nebraska Zephyr „—.1:05 p. m. Burlington. Wsitbound 3 to Omaha, Lincoln 148 a. m. 35 to Kansas City 1:55 a. m. 7 to Denver .——3:55 a. m. 35 to Kansas City 3:00 p. m. U to Omaha, Lincoln _.3:10 p. m. 17 to California „—..6:32 p. m. 1 to Denver 8-22 p. m. Santa Fa, Eaatbound 20 Chief ... 4:40 a. m. in Texas Chtef -_C:40 a. m. 10 Super Chlcf- El Capltan* 2 S.F. Chief* ..11:10 a. m. .^11:45 a. m. 124 Grand Canyon 2:20 p. m. 12 Chlcagoan 5:50 p. m. Santa Fa, Watlbound 0 K. r l. Cht«f 2:35 a. m. 19 Chief 12:53 p. m. 123 Grand Canyon 350 p. m. 1 S.F. Chief* 7:05 p. m. 15 Texas Chief 0:55 p. m. 17 Super Chief- El Capltan' 10:25 p. m. •—Flagstop Ozark. Northbound Flight 140 to Chicago* »:53 a. m. 84 to Chlcajfo* 4:45 p. m. Ozark. Soulhboauid 141 to St. Louta •* 12:28 p. m. 143 to St. Louis fl:01 p. m. •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday BUS SCHEDULES Woibound To West Coast 8:30 a. m. To West Coast 150 p. m. To West Coast 0:45 p. m. EaJtbound To East Coast 12:01 p. m. To East Coaat . . 8*)0 p. m. Southbound To St. .Louis 10:00 a. m. Northbound To Peoria 1:15 To Davenport p. m. -U50 p. m. Excellent' Opportunity for Head Salesman in Livestock Feed Manufacturing business. High school education. References required. Write Box 756, c-o Register-Mail. TRENCHING WITH DITCH WITCH Water, tile, and footing*. Also pipe, hydrants and fittlngr,. Reaionable Raiei. DEAN STANLEY 440 Pino St. — Phone 343-2385 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 CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, November 4, 1963, is the claim date in the estate of Cora E. Tribbey, 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. John E. Tribbey, Executor. Peel, Ilcnning and Mathers, Attorneys. 9/7-14-21; 3T. READ THE WANT ADS! FOR SALE Story and Clark Spinet Piano. Mahogany, like new. IMIONE 343-5878 NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, November 4th, 1963, is the claim date in the estate of EMMA JANE STEPHENS, 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. The Farmers and Mechanics Bank fa corp.) of Galesburg, Illinois. Executor Nelson, Gustafson & Blake, Attorneys 9/7-14-21; 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 FRED A. JOHNSON, 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. Robert M. Egan, Administrator Robert M. Egan, Attorney 41 E. Simmons Street Galesburg, Illinois 9/7-14-21; 3T. The Amazon River's 3,900 miles — draining from the Andean highlands of Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador and Colombia, and extending to the Atlantic Ocean — are exceeded only by the Nile's 4,145-mile length. COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insured — Fraa Eiilmaiea POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan 8-2103 CUson. 111. Galeiburg. 111. — 342-6234 MIXED HAY WANTED Can or tee—Bill Sowen, care Werlhetosir Cattle Co.. Inc.— CB*0 STOCKYARDS Galeiburg, Ut—Tel. 343-5612 APPLES Mcintosh — Jonathans Red Delicious — Bring Containers — H. B. REYNOLDS ORCHARD 483-3881 Oneida, III. 5'i blocks North of Pontiac garage Open each day and Sundays until 5 P.M. ROOM ADDITIONS REMODELING WAYNE WEBSTER Contractor PHONE 343-1720 FOR SALE 1 pull type single row Now Idea conr picker. In real good condition. Dale Doak, Oneida. Phone Victoria 879-7457. FOR SALE JOHN DEERE 217 MOUNTED CORN PICKER Has picked 600 acres. CLARK BRANTING Telephone 342-9150 CALVES Black Angus, 2 weeks, average 100 pound*, $35 delivered. Also 180 pound Angus and White Face Dairy crosses, ready for feed, $57 delivered. C.&C. FARMS LIVIA, KY. REpublic 3-4322 WRECKING A HOUSE at 213-215 E. Archer, Monmouth, III. This is a 21-room house so there will be a lot of good lumber, stools, lavatories, cabinet jiinks, hardwood flooring, windows, doors, combination storm doors, 2 metal storm windows, one almost new fuel oil furnace, li/7.000 B.T.U. This is in excellent condition, with 275 gal. fuel oil tank, one Hercules hot water boiler, with several hot water radiators, this boiler has booster pump, for circulating water. These two units would make somebody a wonderful heating system. This boiler has a conversion fuel oil burner, with all con* trols. MANY OTHER ITEMS MAY WRICKING CO. 135J MONMOUTH BLVD. PHONE J43-38U FOR SALE 1957 OLDSMOBILE and 1930 CHEVY. GOOD CONDITION. PHONP; 342-8266 Backyard Sale Monday, Sept. 9th 269 MAPLE AVE. Furniture, clothing, misc. Items. No Sale Before 9 a.m. YARD SALE 102 W. Mill St. — Knoxville Tues.. Sept. 10 — 9 to 1 Children's. Baby's, Men's and Women's Clothing. Baby Shoes, Jewelry, Lamps, Knick Knacks, TV Snack Trays. Antiques, and Misc. Items. Rain Data — Tues., Sept. 17. Not Responsible for Accidents. BLACK DIRT And FILL DIRT Hauling soonl DEWAYNE JOHNSON 342-0816 Backyard & Rummage Sales, etc. Must be In our office 12 noon day before ad runs. Call 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail BORROWING or INVESTING Loans for building, buying or repairing homes. Reasonable monthly repayments. NOW PAYING 41 /2% on AU investments $1.00 up. SAVINGS WITH SAFETY. ELMWOOD SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION formerly ELMWOOD HOMESTEAD and LOAN ASSOCIATION Elmwood, UL — Established 1880 - Phoo* 3621 Member Illinois Savings and Loan League

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