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D E AT IIS AND FUNERALS MRS. HENRY TEDERMAN .Funeral services for Mrs. Jftfeffry .Tdclerfridri, 86, 6H15 tiar- rison St., feast Galesburg, who died Monday, were held today at 1 p.m., in the First and Puckett Funeral .ftprtfe,,, Rev. Donald Peterson officiating. Richard toil- lf&ms wall vo'cKnit, aCconipafited byJWtrs. Harry Allender,. organist. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers Were Stanley. Kilby, Dean Soper, Charles and Robert Blust and barrel! and junior Lynch. MISS VERA NORVAL ABINGDON—Funeral services for .Mtiss Vera' Norval, 70, .of 402 N. Cariysle Ave., Abingdon, who died TuetSay, were hdldtoday at 2 p.m. here in the Larson FuhSral Morris,. Rjy.^ Francis ,_Samuelson of the Firs]; Methodist Church M Abingdon Officiating. Mfl Harold ..Dunlap was organist. fluTial was in the Abingdon Qemetery., Pallbearers, were Phil Cramer, Marvin Atkins, Stanley Wolford, George .Anderson and Merrill and Norval Daly. MRS. ELMER HAMMERLUND GALVA—Mrs., Elmer Harnrrier- lund, 77, of Galva, died Wednesday at 8:30 p. m. at Kewanee Public Hospital, where she had b'ee'tt a* patient five days. She was born in Galva Jan. 7, 18&6. Mrs. Hammerhind was educated in the Galva schools. She was married to Elmer Haffi- rnerlund Dec.. 19, 1911, in Galva. In 1961. .they, celebrated their 50th anniversary at the Messiah Lutheran Church in Galva. She lived her entire, life in the Galva community. Mrs.. Hammerlund wis fcohflrfne'd into tlie Messiah Lutheran Chiirch and was a member of the church. Survivors, besides the husband, EfcpresS Sympathy with The Flower Shop at Ferris-Long Greenhouse DIAL 343-2419 Johnson-Gill- Schusfer Chapel Galva Mrs. Elmer Hammerlund Age 77 Services: 1:30 P.M, -r SATURDAY a"t JOHNSON-GILL-SCHUSTER CHAPEL IN GALVA. Frjerids niciy catl Friday evening. Burial Galva Cemetery. __• I >1 & WEST sft PUBUC SQtJAj?E PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Year« Mr. Albert L. MUlvaney sfo Baterrian St. Funeral: 2 P.M'. - FRIDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Fngfirte mSy foil, at ffie chapel this evening. Masonic services tonight at 7:30 P.M. by Vesper Masonic Lodge. Mr. Santiago Becerra Services: 9±M. — FRIDAY ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH. Fnen3s may. caill. at the Foley .Morttiary Thursday ev'enjnf whece "prayers will be said at a p.m. Foley MORTUARY iHtNtrMel*. 342-1913 include pne^datighter, Mrs. Ehilyp (Marilyn Joyce) Erlandson of Lacrosse, Wis.; a son, Wayne E. of Western Springs; „ 4, sister, Mrs. Gfus Larson of Galva; a brother, itudolph Johnson of Long, Beach, Calif., and a grandchild. She was preceded in death by. a fister. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1:30. p. rrt. at the Johnson • Gill - Schuster Chapel. Calling hours will be Friday rtight. Burial will be in ihe Galva Cemetery. MRS. LEONARD ARNOLD j MONMOUTH—Funeral services for. Mrs._ Leonard,Arnold, 58, of Kirkwood, Who died Mfliiday at Monmouth Hospital, were held Wednesday at 2 p. m. a,t. A the Holliday & H&uver . Memorial Chapel. Rev. James Puse*y\ fat- tor of the Kirkwood Methodise Church, officiated. Mrs: t Jeanne Swanson accompanied James McKelvie, soloist. Pallbearers were James, Robert and Terry Dillon, Robert Henderson, Robert Sells arid Miles Sno'd- grass. Buripl. was in the! Center Grove Cemetery at Kirkwood. MRS. DELBERT STORM Funeral services for Mrs. Del- Bert Storm, itS&7 Monroe St.,, who died last week, were held at the Church of Jesus. Christ of Latter- day Saints rather that .at the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as was erroneously published in, Saturdays edition of the Galesburg Register- Mail. CALVIKLHALL . TOULON — Funeral services for Calviri Hall, 69, of Toulon, who died Friday, were held Monday at the Kidd Funeral Home. Rev. Eugene Anderson, pastor of T&'olon Baptist Church, officiated. Organ selections were played by Mrs. Robert Stihatidt. Pallbearers were Paul Walker, Milton Ruckman, E. H. Doden, Joseph Nicholson, Marion Burcham and Duane Smith. Burial wks in Pleasant Valley Cemetery near Wyoming. WILLIAM. EDWARD BOZMAN ABINGDON — William Edward Bozman, 86, of Abingdon, died at Galesburg Cottage, Hospital Wednesday at 10:50 p.m. He had been admitted about four hou'r.s before for treatment of a heart condition. He was a custodian for Abingdon High School 45 years. Mr. Bozman was born Dec. 16, 1876, at Morning Sun, Iowa. In 1906 he came to Abingdon .where he had lived since. He attended the Abingdon . Christian Church and was a member of the former lodge, Knights of Pythias in Ab ihgjdqnL He was married to L&uTa i Per&ns at Shaler, Iowa, Jan. 21, 1898. Survivors, besides the widow, itjclude two daughters, Mrs. E. T. (Florence) Brownson, Abingdon, and Mrs. Harley (Eliza) St'egall, Abingdon; four grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren,, and three great-great-grandchildren. The last Of KIs" family, he: was preceded M de'atft by three Brothers and two sisters. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Larson Funeral Home. Friends may call AND ii -..._ K.i lit. _i> jjj » M.V FUNERAL HOME 1087 Grand Ave. >.••>.« i. '*. • , i-t Henry Radford 370 So. Prairie Funeral services:. SATURDAY AT 1:30 P.M. at the SECQ-NTJ fAPfret.CJIURCH. Rev. C. L. Coleman officiating. Friends may call Friday evening from 7 to 9" at the' fif- neral home. Larson Funeral Home 206 N. Washington St. Abingdon, JNinpij* William Edward Bozman MM 86 Abingdon, lit. FWSfal services: SATURDAY AT 2 P.M. at LARSON FUNERAL HOME IN ABINGDON. Friends may call at the funeral home. Friday evening. Interment in Abingdon Mausoleum. Wheel Tax Fines Levied OH Seventeen . Seventeen Galesburg resident's were fined $5 and assessed costs ^JAtedhesdhy at)d today in tfie campaign against car owners who do not havl a* 1964 wheel tax sticker, Those appearing yesterday in Eoliq$' Magistrate Court ..Wore* Dwight E. Bird, 78 Arnold St.; Donna Holldorf, 79 §. Whitesborb' St.; John R. Ring Jr., 8$ E. South St.;, Robert D. HavvRfnl, 1189 E. Berrien St.; Donald Duncan, 60S N. Farnham St.; Helen Shgrwtfod; 831 Mohro^ St.; Tiibmas Paradise, 1268 Jeffet- soll St.; William E. Ostrander, 969 N. Cedar St., and DehttiS M. Littl^ 683. ,W. South St. Appearing before Police Magistrate^. Paul Noldn this morning were Joe IndeliCato, 650 E. Berrien St.^ Edith A. Seney, 1713 MeSdow Drive; Kenneth Ales'hire, 659 E. Knox .St.; Wel- dori S. Prestdh, 517 N. Cedar St.; Ruby.Hoyt, 509 E. Berrien St.; Rachel M. Flyhn, 440 Pine St.; Otliet BdUrrfgartner, 1076 N. Seminary St,, $17 and Burnett, 938 N. Cherry St. Emil Grohvena, 47, Arlington Hotel, was fined $10 and c6sfs for being drdtlk and disorderly. Archie Farlow, 55, 1480 MOshifer Ave., paid. $10 for disorderly conduct after he created a disturbance 1 in a local cafe, Authorities .said, and Lawrence, Admire, 27, 21 W. Third St., pai3 $5 and costs for creating a disturbance. Other cases heard in court yesterday .included: Joe Norton, 369 Ohio Ave., $10 and costs for driving with an expired drivers license; Myron Clemens, 1701 N. Seminary St., and $17 4 and costs for speeding; George C. Hinerman, Okechobefe, Fla., $10 and^. costs for driving without an interstate registration .certificate, and Donald „E. Meacham of Roseville, $5 and costs for Having unauthorized commodity (oil) in cans.,. Others fined and assessed ,..$5 ddsts in the court were: Ralph Luker,, 1096 S. Cedar St.; flO/or driving with an expire^ drivers license; David Ol$on, Joy Route 2, $10 for making excessive noise; Walter. Tracy, 1021 E. Losey St., $ld for driving with an expired drivers license, and Everett C. Anderson, 1046 E. Fremont St., $5 for leaving the scene of an accident. . George Stegans, 435 S. Chambers St., requested and received a continuance of his case involving an improper turn. He was to appear later today. London Mills Driver Learns Talk Not Cheap Roger Kempster, 26, of London Mills would have saved . himself more thlri $100 had he accepted 'a speeding ticket Wednesday' afternoon f r o m Galesburg police Without sorne remarks which led to' second Count. Itt the fourt of D. Paul Nolan, police magistrate, Kempster was fined $100, plus $5 costs, on a disorderly conduct charge and, $25 and $5 on the speeding ticket. Police reported thjjy observed Kempster driving away from a 1 stop sign about 4:30 p.m. at Farnham and Main streets, where he left a traiLof tire burns on the pavement. They followed_huTi and clocked his speed at 60 miles per hour, officers said. . When they stopped pim..at Main Street., and. i 9 ran ^ Avenue, the officers .planned to issue a speeding ticket. The driver, i the^ > stated l insisted his car would not (to $Q miles per h^ur and "I<epl getting shiart." They placed him in the squad car and topk h)m to police headquarters, where he was charged with. disorderly crthdflct. The motorist was said to have rrtade SOme additional comments after the firteS were assessed in magistrate Court,, but dut them short when Nolan informed him he could be held in contempt of court and fined again. Fitted Imposed Iii Alpha Court ALPHA—Milo D,. Francis, 39, of Srnillhshjre, was brought into police magistrate court of George W. Kelly, Alpha, Tuesday on a Charge of speeding. He was fined $8 and costs. Hartan W. Buck, 45, of Davenport, was brought \nt% Kelly's qpurt Tuesday on a cjiarge of no mud flap. He was fined. $10 and edits. Ari'e'sts were made by states t£Oopers.. , §t the funeral home Friday evening. Ehf'olribm'ght will bq ia the AJypgdoh Mausoleum. Donatioris may be given to the Heart .Fund and contributions may be left at the fuiiel-il home. (Jatesbur^ ^5ferMa(l CTassified AdvertisiAtt Want Ad Index Card of Thanks In Mertoriami tb^jfe Notices Other Notfcei Lost and Found—1 fidslftcsi Service—2 Transportation—3 Personal-Special Notice—4 MAIc Help »VaYHed-5 Female Help.. Ranted— 6 Malt Pcmafc Help, Employment Wanted—« Instruction—9 BdslfiCss Opportunity—10 INVESTMENTS - ,10A Wanted to Buy—ll. Room? for,Rent—12 Room and Board— li Furnished Apartments—14 Houses for Rent—16 Trallcr # Spaces—16A Commercial Property—16B Trailers Mr Rent—1? (jar'a ^es' for Rent—17A Farms, Acreages for Rent—1& Wanted to Rcnf—19 Wanted to L«lrse—19A Cottages— 19B Real Estate for $^(^-20,, Real Estate-Oat of Town—20A Commcrcinl Property—208* Farms and Acreages—21. Mobile Homes tor Sale—^1A Real Estate Wanted—22 . Farhi Mach., Implements—23 Farm Supplies, Equipment—24 Fuel Feed Seed—25 Poultry and Supplies—26 Livestock—?? 4 , PcCs and Supplies—28 Auctions—29 Miscellaneous—30 Antiques—3l . Lawn and Garden Needs—32 Good Things to Eat—33 Money to Loan—34 Money, Capital Wanted—35 Insurance—36 . Boats and Motors—37 Trailers—39 Tlrej.- Accessories..- Parts—40 Motorcycles - Bicycles Scooters—41 Atitos and Trucks—42 New Car Dealers—43 .fcOCAX CASH RATE Effective April 1. Ifi53 tVor^li i -day« 4 -day« 1 -day 1-20 j 3.36 | 2.34 A 1.30 31-2g • ,1 ,g.92 I 2.68 I 1.43 w3 <HP-.. I 4.37 I a.00 I 1.67 31-35- I 5.10 I 3.39 I 1.81 36-40 I 6.82 -1 3AZ.\.^iXf} •41-35 - | 6.55 1 4.36 I 2.32 46-50 I 7 .28 I 4.84 I 2.58 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Malted Out-of-town) 60c Card 6t Thaiika ^ 1 -ingh or In Memonams V Jess Lodge Notice* J *? 00 . Lodge Notice* DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 AM. Cdrd of Thanks McKOWNf, hr. Harry, C..~ We are- sincerely grateful 1 6 friends and neighbors for their many, kind a<?ts of sympathy during our recent bereavement, the loss of our father and brother. Our appreciation Cannot Be adequately expressed. Mrs. Charles McNally Mrs: Daisy Ferguson SHINN. Charles — Our heartfelt thdnks to all, ,who extended comforting sympathy and help in OUP recent sorrow, For the service, floral offerings,,.minis-: ter,. pallbearers, and other kindnesses, we are deeply, grjjtftful. The Shinjii Tabu WANT ADS A Supermarket •pn ' r or Practically Everything DIAL 342-5161 EL BON . SfffttNE CLUB ANNUAL FfvSH FRY Po*tpon *H from Au«t. M, wlU tM held Sat., Sept. 14, starting at a P.M ., at sHrrrre am sn&m, J6hh J. Sdtor timl>cr. rntdwny ftetween ttalcsthirg and WalaRn o/f Rovlte 34. Follow markers. Program wlU be ns originally planned. Trap shoot and fior*e,- Bht>6& ahd other features, .tubliers from Mbhnnimctl, Peoria are to entertain. All Master Masons are eligible to .attend. .. Other Notices ON AND after this date. Sept.. 12, 1063, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other than myself. W-Jltlam L, McVey • 690 S. kdllogrt St. Lost and F6und—1 GONB KOft COOD? N&t it you quickly place t LOST AD. Ptlone 342-61 ff _ BILLFOLri lost — Moore's Auc r tfon house. Contains valuable papers. Reward If returned to Komef Wllllarils; 809 East North St.^Kno^vtlle. 111. fiLAcfi billfold lost 1 , containing money Virginia driving permit and other ifffportant papers. Please bring < to Police Station. Reward is offered. TRUCK TIRE LOST frith White wheel. Cfill 3-J2-3012. Reward. Business Service—2 LAWN BUILDING Now Is the ttme to do SOME- TffTNG about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whiterock <• E. J, MARTIN—142-0521 REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing' you pleases ui.e APPRECIATE your business. Call us ahytime,i...CKyw!de Rubbish Removal. 343-8863 or 3434136 WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Produots, Gas • oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork, Free estimates, l-8.*year, payr ment> plan, 29 Public Square. 343-6S35. Nite, ,343 >5404. SMALL Electric Appliance Repairs All Popular Makes. ELECTRIC SHAVERSi VACUUM CLEANERS. All Work Guaranteed Call 342-3767. EAVES Cleaned and flushed. Alio wln- dows washed. 343-8771! 342-6923, FURNACE CLEANINQ and repairing. Stoker repairing. Stokers .installed* 343-4674. . COOD COAL SALE , , September only. Stoker, .lump, $10 ton, 5-ton orders. W.a shed, oiled, chemically,-treated. Special trash, rates, 343 -20,75,. R. Watts. , For A1J,PLUMBING NEEDS caU ^Yourjgren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. —.343-6813. NELSON'S Bryant j_a--{urnace and burnere. Used stokers, gutter work 135 N, Seminary .J43-^3lfl. ., , ,, LAWNBUILDING Excavating .driveways. Black dirt, seeding, sodding «nd white rock. Eaul Bledsoe. 343-2206 or 343-aT^O. Personal-Special Notice—4 BE SURE ,to visit the Salvation - Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains In clothing,' appliances and furniture. TRY" DIA'DAK Tablets fFori^er- ly Dcx -A -Diet). New name, same formula,' only 98c at West Drug .Company, , . • AyQN, PRODUCTS ti Interested in buying or s'ell- lng f Call 342-0360. Male Help Wanted—& BUSY SALES MANAGER—Will interview ambitious, young married man 21-35 for manager trainee position. Sales rxner- iehce not necessary. Earnings disctissed at interview. Must desire to learn and better sejf with a nationally known company, 50 years old,' wttoso average man earned over $475 per month last yea?. For personal interview write .complete summary to Box 76?,. care Reg^ster-Mqfl Ml AMBITIOUS MEN for local lfgiit: deliveries Fridays and Saturdays. Good pay. Phpne: 342-6407 WANTED married man for year • around work on farm, must bo experienced -with livestock and machinery. Good house, top wages. Ross E. Honna, Little York. lilt. Phone. 7B0-2182. WE NEED MEN Over 21 who desire dtghlfiefl, rewarding work; and financial security. We have no tlrne for those who are not sincerely interested in earning, over $12,000 a yeaj. No^ gimrnicka. S.AOU'Vl Business, training free\ Only responsible men need apply. Interview will be marterin »yni»r hp/pe. Write: D. Porter, Box 4, Monmouth, Illinois. LARGE Casualty, and -.Fire-. Irt- durance , Company desires, a man between the ages,of 25 and 35 to train as a Claims Adjuster^ .Gopcl starting salary, ex-, fiense account grqiip Insurance and retirement benefits' Write ynur .qualifications to P. O. Box 129. KewaneZ, fnirrdl*. LAID OFF??? National concern has route opening for married man over 21,-who is near, honest and dependable. $117 weekly guarantee to man who qualifies. 1 7/rite Box 819, care Register-Mail. 2 OPENINGS In our Sales and . Service Dept. for men of good character. No special skills are required. Ages 21 to iS years. Car useful. Advancement to management available, in accordance with you* ability. For per* sonal interview Call 343-1631, 9 to 10 P.M.- MAN wanted for sales and service in local downtown store. Good chance for advancement. Mechanical experience helpful but -not necessary. Write Box 800 care Register-Mail: YQiiHd mam f«r work in one of Galesburg's largest hojpe-own- ed < grocery stores. .Experience helpful but pot necessary. Apply Ron Davis. Davis Food Store, 1621 N. Henderson St. — .... .1,—— 1 —•—i 1 —— MAN to secvice route in Knoas County area. Home every night, 22.. through 35, married. >H8 .yaefcljt^flhone: 343-934J8. . CARETAKER. — Elderly couple, cr one adult. Modern 4-room house? furnished or unfurnished, near Peoria. 2 references, experience in first.letter. Give Phona nurnbes.^.Write Box 763, care Register-Mail. * HI . j.jni i II II READ THE WANT ADS I Male IMp Wanted—5 WANTED:' »xp<-riencovl man Mr yiht, ro»rnd farm w6rk. Refet- macs required. Art WoWord, Ah- Ingdon. Phone 86 or 6124, NEED HRLP? Find the best .™ Employment Wanterl— S NEU-Q CASH? Soil famous Kivapp Aeroltetj Shoe-!. Full or part time, ftlgh commissions plus bonus. Complete line for men Arid wnthon. Equipment furnished free. Write to M. Bistow, Knnpp nros. Shoe Mfft. Cotp., Brockton^ Mass. . _ TRACTOR MECHANIC Preferably experienced. Apply IP person. Falrvlew Farmers Elevator. Falrvicw. tit. MARRIED man for year round farm wnirk. Experienced with livestock and machinery. Write Box 777, care ReRlstrf-Mall Rlv- Irrg rcforences_ JANITOR Must be nent, Horiest And willing to work, age 35 to 50. insurance, bonus, trust fund Apply In person between 3 and 5 P.M. Steak 'N Shake. nfit R. Main. WANTED: MANAGEMENT TRAINEES Men over 25 who are Interested in Management in a* Company which is the largest and. oldest of its kind in the nation and Is well established In this area. Those, considered will receive full fringe and .retirement, benefits. For confidential interview call 342-1317 between hours of 8:30 and li noon. COST ACCOUNTING Opportunity available immediately »£or young man interested in c6st accounting work. Position Involves computation and determination of cost figures. At least two years college required, cost accounting experience preferred. PERMANENT WORK FULL EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS — APPLY — ILLINOIS STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 272" East Simmons St. NO LAYOFFS U you.^want to gotv ahead iui.liio and grow with a progressive company which offers above average income and dignified work with many fringe, benefits, write giving brief resume- of -yourself to Box 776. care Register-Mall and confidential Interview will b6 arranged. COHEN FURNJTURE COMPANY OFFERS: — A challenging position ./or a. top notch experienced, professional sales* man. Downstate's largest home furnslhcrs, .stocking' over, two million dollars worth of America's finest brands needs a man or woman who is not afraid of work, who can develop a good personal call .list, who knows how to soil and. applies a positive mental attitude. A knowledge ol furniture or appliances is highly -cl«slr*ble but is not essential. Our multl-mllllon dollar volume makes high earnings possible on our commission plus bonus plan. Also many.company fringe, benefits. If this- ad, describes „Vou, write or. phone for ari appointment — I want to see you. Mr. Goldstein COHEN Furniture Co. 338-S. W. Arfnms St. PEORIA. ILLINOIS Female Help Wanted—6 WANTED— Cost clerk by- Galesburg office. Must be good in mathematics. 5-day week, $55 weekly.to start. Send resume and neferonccs in own handwrlt- ng to Box 778, care Register- Mail. . v, ..... WAITRESS WANTED . DISHWASHER WANTED Meals and uniforms furnished. Steady .work. Apply (n person after 10 A.M. American Beauty Restaurant, 308 E. Main St. urat FAX DENTAX. Assistant,,,. Se,nd. WM- matloj -1 on health, education, experience, family status/ age, etc. to Box 801, care Register- Mail.- • . . • • ' 1 ,Day Waitress 1 f /ignt Waitress 1 part Time.Waitress ,Apj>ly In person, to . Mr. Peck or Mrs. Grecnstrccf • at thc_ HUDDLE DRIVE-IN Henderson Se Dayton Sts. . 342-014J. WIDOWER or middle-aged lady housekeeper to take care of a nice homp for a widower, In city. Write Box 772, % Register- Mail. . . . SALES .LADY ExrScrienced, Ladles Apparel. Full or par,(, lime. .Good salary aj}d cpmmlsslQri. Apply in person. Ida Apn Shpjjpe. WANTED f^ii Ume,sales jvonian to work at Ellcsnn's Bakery. Inquire-144 East Main, WANTED babysitter for liVnall . cblWrenj Goqd wages. C a 11 343-8680. aiter 6. BABYSIT 'riiR' wS'rirnd " K iTe mother works. -.In modern country (iome. May live in. Write Box 773, care Register..- • .,, >• LADy- retail clerk, full time. Must Have good knowledge of music. Unusually interesting work. Write Box 775. care Register-Mall % •» » • » * Male, Female Help Wanted—7 • ' II —I!. J> I FULL or part time, to present family -security program. Call 343-6319 for appointment^ Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens? 405 Hill Arcade. „„____ iTUBlNXfi^ V101S9U'. 4 Established Routes available for full or part time work. Average $2 per hour. Apply*8-9 A.M. 5-9 P.M. at 21& North Hen- "erson Streets GaAfmhmg** -• ATTENTION We ere nqw taking applications for employment for inside v/ork as well ffs cyrh, wqrji. No experience necessary. We will train you. Must be neat apd, w«jjj groomed. Apply In person 2 to 4 pm. STEAK 'N SHAKE Employment Wanted-^8 HCJUSECLEANING -r, By <Ja_ #r week.. Also will do ironings. SL^ - - Pnori( guaranteed, cine 343-9 Wj Of NEED A m% or 34a? GOOD Mi References. 5679. ry care for your children anytime. Reasonable. 343-2542. LR -T wpin* WELL experienced mlddU- ., man would llkd bookkMplnjt Or jKcounitrNf work. < Mortcrflta salary. Write Box 77(1, cure Galesburg Register-Mall. Bef _**J (aa INVEST. i WvlnrTlQ ^TBI The Oaletburo .rtedlila* • Mall <tf«mits to detirmnni trie f«- lliblllly of tR* «d»et (U #f (ik atl adi fteulriflft lit-aMlnaM. H eannof, tiow«-«r, guaraniM all •uch oltor*. »#eorhrfi «nd t&ht fou tUVEfTlOATB fulVf ttafof* you tWVtST Wanted to Ray—11 GUNS. GOLD COINS Cfls'n /oi pistols rtflW, shotguns (mortem of nntlmic) and rtold coins. Oil Habard Guns, Public Square, KnoxvUlo Afternoons 1-4:30. gfln-453<l. . TOP price lor used furnJtuca. ..appliance 's, flnflfluo* furhltilre. tilshcs, dolls, lamps, guns. Jewelry, etc LnwRon TrnclUtlti Post. 026 E. Main. .143-11)18; •T13-fl241, GAS SPACETfgAf ERS Lawson Trading Post. 92fi East Maiiv .31,1-19 tfl. 3-it-«i41. WANTED TO" BUY - TraCtoti; trucks u an& , cars for, Darts. GaUssourK fhcfsf CIT)J. Co., Knoxytllc Road. Galesbum. 111. Ph. 34.1-1914 WANTED TO BtrYl Arttlqtic sofa or loueaeat.in good condition with practically new upholstering. 10fi5 N. West. Phone mm?* .._„„. DOOR measuring .12' 3 " wide by 71" or no" long. Phono 343-t«4*._ /looms tor Rent—li LARGE nicely furnished front slcoplng room, near phone and bath. Gentleman only. 269 Maple Ave. • CLOSE IN Wdn +H ' Large nicely furnished sleeping room, second floor, newly decorated, stoarp heat. TV aerial, telephone available, Cnfl_342-iVl9l LARGE nicely furnished"'sleeping room with private bath. Best location: 06fl N. Broad. CLOSE IN NORTH Large nicely furnished sle'eptrtit room, second floor, newly decorated, steam heat, TV acrlcl, telephone available, Call 342-3491 Furnished Apartments—14 FURNISHED 5-room lower apt. 4.1 S. West. Private entrance, bath. Utilities furnished. Adults preferred. For information Ph. •143-0505. 4-ROOM first floor a'pt., furnlsh- ed. utilities paid. $80. 4-room first floor apt., unfurnished, utilities! paid, except electricity. $75. PhOne 343rft432 or 343-2820, FIRST FLOOR FURNtsllED 2-R66m Apt. Utllitlds furnished, Gas boat and antenna. Prefer middlcage,- or working couple. Call 342-2851. WOULD llko to share my Iqvely 5 room new ranch hom"6 or Just rent bedroom to employed mlddlc-agcd lady; north References, .143-4905. side. CLEAN 3 room apt., furnished, elbse ln,,gaaheat, share bath. Lady iprcferred. $50. 109 Sumner Sts. Ph. 343-4383. George W. Foreman. LOWER furnished , efficiency apt. Private bath, private entrance. Utilities furnished. Reasonable rent. 190 W. North. Priono 343-3341. 3 ROQM furnished apt. Ideal for employed .CoU'ple. Close . to town.. Call 342-1051 early mom- ln_s or evenings. UPPER 3-roohi furnished apt., private entrance and bath. Employed couple. Can be seen from 1 to 6 P.M. 844 N. Farnham. COZY 2 room furnished npt., with hidc-a-bod,,,Suitable for pensioner or, working adult. Utilities furnished. 343-9377. EFFICIENCY apt., nicely furn- ishod. close in and quiet. Ideal for pensioner. Also largo 2 room furnished.- Nowly decorated. Nice for cbuple. Reasonable rent.. 34.1-9752. 1 ' i ." • . LOWER 1-room. kltchenetto apt, ~ ' ' itrfl ^Private entrance, ',i bath. Walking distance to town. Phone 343-0377 or 342-0244. , Rent i your APARTMENT or SLEEPING ROOM through a WANT AO. A f EFFICIENCY-Apt. — Refrigerator,, stove, furniurc apd vUll- tles furnished. Near town and college. Prefer^ middle age, cm- rjjoyed^or retired. 261 W. Tomp- i-HoOM furhlshcd apt., close In, 1st floor. Also 2-room apt. Call after 6. 343-7028. ATTRACTIVELY^ furnished. <jf- flcltjncy njbf. $i0. India'de.4 all uHlitics, , Downtown location. Bullls-Horn Agency. ..Days 343- 1141H night 343-34^5.' 342-1738._ 3~ROOMS Siid bath lower apt. 2 blouks from town. Middle-aged lady or couple. Also 1 room of- ficiehcy. 343-557*. ______ FURNISHED llghTTiousekeefain* room on first fldor, private half bath, refrigerator, stove, clean en" heat. Elderly person preferred. MS N. Cherry. 3131367, i 2 ROOM furnished, upper fronJ apt., clean and pleasant. Phone 343-3820^ , r ajH. wa(k in clofutb.' Close to bath. Betired or working lady preferred. 3423491. VWY "CLEAN 3-room uppor furnished apt. Prt- vate., bath.-and. entrance,- ALl utllitlt'H furnished. Can be seen at frifi. K. Malq. . 3 HOQAt iurnbhed apt., utilities ..furnlshucl. 1 block to grocery. 400 N. Broad. S ROOM UPPER Private btrth.-entrance. After jk-'lU »,m. 105 Blaine Ave. oor. Manly. NTffiffT -w 3,«,oj«. iip,p.e i Clean, nicely furnished. FURNISHED *ftt- ground ill f -77Q North Wesi St. Roc pie furnityro. For couple -^niy. TV antertfia,; ftle pith, garafS space, gas heat, living room, dinette, tytohen, bedroom, spacious wa/clrobs closets. Very private apartment. Call at above address. - t^fWlsti^ A 'ptrmieht 8 l ^oth. uhlnhMeh upper apty Gas - heat. Everything WH**ate x 74, N. Arthur. Close t* Shofcpfhi Center. Adults on' » MOSSRH" arid Bath upper unfur- lent very rea Main. Phone nished apt. Rent very reason- ?kj. 186 w; Main. Phone 'm- Ucfurni»h£d. newly redecorated. 3JS4814 or ^-BJSDROOM UNFURNISHED" Uipe^dlPt*Bijirtk-itifchw.. far- age, private entrance, North By>*&- ioaation. J>hi ^i-»433. furnished. 559 N. Chambers. 3426324. o : UICUHftNISHlS - . 3 roums aud bath- Completely pjiv»te.>Utilities furnished. Clo^e in. 343-8551. rOTnitfWCF' B*roorn "flpl.f heat; TV antiSnfia. Phen* bidrottta^ath ^^B " •fe. North location. LOWER 3 -ronm apt, 1 W<lw»ffl« Modern. Gas heat. 5 bid" town, or-rorrt. as 'fl:-b«lrd house, ffeferenees. Call 342-fJ or 403-3382, Avon. _ . HAVE you ie*n frf* -Wayfal* Manor apUif Oatesbufg's newest Ana mest, 2 bedrotma, M condltiondd; gs>tag«*. 923 DfljrtOfl Dr. 343-9251; 343-717ft; 343-8487. UPPER ..1 ro-rn unfurnished *pt. Private bath, 4 block* ttt tdwtt. Utilities furnished. 1 lady. |3» month. Phona 343-4088.,,,* 3-ROOM snd kitchenette unfurnished tpt. All .utilities Jur- nlsherl. tFor mor* lnforma"tlort call 3-13-7004. ... . 3-ROOM bath, unfurnished upper nptw-prl^ta^entra^CfejaJB- heat, water, furnianed. age Adults, no pets .14.1-73flfl. 106 Lincoln. Ph. 4- R 06 M unfurnjshed apt., nbtth,' ceramic tile path, ^priva'fe in- tronccs. tiekt and water furnlsH- cd. $73. Phone 343-8478. HURRY! If Yotr Ate One of the Many Whfj Have Been ThinKln^ About Apartment Living — Call Belle Isle Apts; AVAILABLE NOW— 1 Bed Mom" AfSnrtmentJ TRCfWcorafed to suit -Teda lit). Kitchens Includa refrigerator, electric stove, , stainless steel sink, garbage disposal., bedrooms are large, living,/"boms Are ample for • gracious entertalninfil. Ceramic tile bafh with shower. All This . . . And A World of Service Only $85 Adults — No Pets BELLE ISLE APARTMENTS CONTACT: MRS. ALDRICH New Resident Manager 1470 N. West St. Ph. 342-3412. . FOR RENT, New 2 bedroom apt. Formal dln^ ing, separate kitchejn with bjuflt- ins, private balcony. CarfJetlni and decor of your choice; separate ,, utilities. Yearly lease required. $145 per month. O'BRYANT Town House 343-»<B3 UPPER UNFURNISHED APT. 4 foftms.. Maple Ave. locat !oiv4 chllrl permitted. Heat •furnished, also garagg. Call-342-3029. NORTK-Aoademy—second floor. 3/^bedroom unfurnished*, apt. Newly deeorated. gG»»s , heated, licat nnd_ water furnished., Qar^ age space. Now vacant. Phone AJtoha 434-5445., .. ; UPPKR APT. Near, Cottage HospltaJ 3 Large Cheerful Roorrls Private bath and entrance. Utilities furnished; gardge. Adults, $05. . . Peats Realty, 343-2151 1051 WILLARD ... Upper..2 bedroom apt. Sunporclj, large closets. Pcjvate entrances. BaHemeut. Soft water. AM utilities fUcnisbcd. $85 per mo. Call 342_I8I4 before fl P.M. NICELY decorated 5-room unfurnished upper apt. Modern batH,' 3 largo closets. Close to town. Reasonable rent. 34.1-3084, SPACIOUS 4 room upper unfurnished apt., private bath and entrance, garage and all utilities furnished. Prefer couple. 1009 E... U>sey. KNOJCVILLB: 4 large rooms aridi bath, freshly decq/ated apt. Oarage, separate entrances. Childr«n- malcaaie., $60, .monthly. Water furnished. 280-2401. Mouses tor Rent—18 ATTrtACTIVE clean furn?shed°3 • bedroom home. Adults.- Shown' byL.nppoih'fment only. Ph^ 342- S-ROOMy bungalow. 2 bedroom^ gas heit, 220 wiring; garage. Northwest location, L. T. StorM school district. Children accepted. 342-0882. NORTHWEST—3-bedroom' ia^lch ,on cravat .»p*a«* ga^ heaJ. garage; curtains andrug included. Possession Se4i. Is.- Write Box 780, care Rdgfster-Malk- 4-ROOM house, large utility room ..oil heat. 439 Arnold St. Possession. aftt«. October 1. In- quura .at..44a_Arnold. St. 2RPDROOM horois r\ewiy dtco- r;|tid_wltH hasenieat. Chndcan perrrflfteTf. ««»On3bfe rent. Alter 3:30, 343-,»Z0, NEARLY- Wiw tnodarn, cojiaga in w<K«4tP aww, Imjres Nqrfh of Gala4 >urg. HlBhway 130. F^fe Mi-82b( after X PM. iaid. Phone 4 BEDROOMS. 2 BATHS? Garage', sere ed bed porches; Mtarms. stokjer. Available -iWrite Box 727, eare Register -Mall. Wasted 16 Rent—19 WANTED torrent Z^r 4 bed- Toq^house or apartment. Ph. Z&^OROOM houie, Uh ^fheei; trahaferfed to GalesMurg. Cop- tact ParsopelJ office .arQites Rubber Co. Phpne 343-2lJ». «—^—> ~Mi .i I >• nt*m II • . •4 -BEDBOOM HOUSE For Qale irfenagihient Artployee. Cpntact Personnel Department between 8 arid 4 :30. 343-2131/ Beat Estate (or Sale—20 skim" wijm m m "-*theajB tecatlon ,w Jfrp h'qme,. No Galesburg. PI h. 778-2499. Fair viaw. WftiXE FOB FREE CATALOG Advance -Horn** P.O. Box 1128. Davenport. Iowa. GOOD north location. Story 2 _pd bat fine doAditioiv heat. Double f| lot. Only 1^'a.^e. B as (Cont/'niied on page 26)

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