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A DEATHS AND FUNERALS MOHAMMAD IKRAMMULLAH ROME (UPI) ~ Mohammad Ikrammullah, 60, chairman of the British Commonwealth Economic Conference in London, died here Thursday night after a heart attack. The former Pakistani high commissioner in London was in Rome on vacation. FERGUS M. SLOAN SR. WEST ORANGE, N.J. (UPD- Fergus M. Sloan Sr., 60, died Wednesday night of injuries received in an auto accident. He was vice president of Westinghouse Electric Corp. REV. WALTER J. LEPPERT RIDGEWOOD, N.J. (UPD-The Rev. Walter J. Leppert, 62, a minister in Pennsylvania churches for 22 years, died at his home Wednesday night. He was executive secretary of the Philadelphia Missionary and Church Extension Society of the Methodist Church. WILLIAM H. CAMERON CHICAGO (UPI) - William H. Cameron, 86, a pioneer in the organized safety movement and the first managing director of the National Safety Council, died Thursday in Evanston Hospital. KIKI RIDENSUN SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPD- Kiki Ridensun, 102, believed by friends to be the oldest Sioux Indian in the nation, died Thursday. HAROLD F. ORY PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Harold F. Ory, 49, general production manager of the Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis, Mo., died Thursday night while addressing a sales meeting here. FRANK T. GARREN ELMWOOD — Funeral services were held Sept. 6 in the Patterson Funeral Home for Frank T. Garren, 88, who died Sept. 3. Burial was in the Yates City Cemetery. Rev. Lloyd Vinnedge officiated at the services, and organ selections were played by Russell Remmele. The local- YFW presented color guards, as Mr. Garren #as a veteran of the Spanish-American War. Pallbearers were Kenneth Davey, Lawrence Likes, Pete Buffo, Dick Murdock, Charles Bowers and Joe Howard. SANTIAGO BECEKRA Requiem Mass for Santiago (Champion) Becerra, 70, of the Knox County Nursing Home, Knoxville, who died Tuesday, was celebrated today at 9 a. m. in St. Patrick's Church. Rev. Joseph MacPoland was celebrant of the Mass. Burial wa~ in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Manuel, Anthony, Edward and Joseph Jr. Padilla, John 0. Lopez -and Anthony Cervantez. ALBERT J. MULVANEY Funeral services for Albert J. Mulvaney, 83, of 993 Bateman St., who died Wednesday, were held today at 2 p. m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, Rev. Malcolm Shotwell officiating. Mrs. Wayne Tryon was organist. Burial was in East Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were J. J. Herron, D. D. DeForest, Arthur Haselkamp, Ralph Thoureen, Monuments and Mausoleums McFALl MONUMENTS Wisconsin Ruby Red Phone 342-6512 1801 W. Main St. Galesburg, BL Mrs. Anna E. Johnson 846 E. Knox St. Funeral: 10:30 A.M. - MONDAY FIRST & PUCKETT CHAPEL. REV. ROBERT KINAS. COMMITTAL: MEMORIAL PARK. Friends may call Sunday afternoon-and evening. 96 North Chamber* S», GALESBURG, ILLINOIS Robert Jordan and Phillip Verene. Vesper Lodge conducted Masonic memorial services at the chapel Thursday evening. Jay U. Davis was master, assisted by Harold Colver, secretary. GEORGE H. THEESFELD GALVA — Funeral services for George Henry Theesfeld, 63, Williamsfield, who died Monday in Galesburg, were held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Johnsoh-Gill-Schuster Chapel. Rev. Robert E. Holmes, pastor of the Grace Methodist Church in Galva, officiated. Organ selections were played by Mrs. Verna B. Anderson. Pallbearers included Lloyd Schuler, Robert Josephson, Dale H. Theesfeld, Loren Theesfeld, Dale P. Theesfeld and William Theesfeld. Burial was in the Galva Cemetery. MRS. ANNA E. JOHNSON Mrs. Anna E. Johnson, 88, of 846 E. Knox St., died today at 4:30 a.m. in the Good Samaritan Nursing Home at Knoxville, where she was a resident four years. Funeral services will be held Monday at 10:30 a.m. at the First and Puckett Funeral Home, where friends may call Sunday afternoon and evening. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. The former Anna E. Engman was born Oct. 3, 1874, at Kallback, Halsingland, Sweden, and lived in Galesburg 50 years. She was married to Frank A.. Johnson in Kewanee in 1905. She was a member of the First Lutheran Church. She is survived by a son, Arthur M. Johnson of Galesburg, and two grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, who died in 1945. MRS. EVERETT NILES AVON — Mrs. Everett Niles, 74, of Avon, died at 8:25 a.m. at Saunders Hospital following an illness of several months. The former Caroline Standard was born July 12, 1889, in Avon. She was married in Prairie City Oct. 30, 1908, to Everett Niles. She worked with her husband who operated a feed store on Main Street. Survivors, besides the husband, include a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Burch of Avon, and two sisters, Mrs. Grace Hendrickson and Mrs. Zenna Richter, both of Galesburg. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Brand Funeral Home in Avon. Burial w'ill be in the Avon Cemetery. Friends may call Saturday afternoon and evening at the funeral home. Widow Testifies Slain Husband Was Frightened EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. (AP) The widow of a slain former night club owner testified before a coroner's jury Thursday that her husband had been "afraid and cautious." The St. Clair County jury returned a verdict of homicide by person or persons unknown in the death of Willard Scott. Scott, 47, was found shot to death gangland style in his auto Tuesday night outside East St. Louis. He wa? the former operator of the old Club 88. Mrs. Mary Scott told the jury nothing unusual occurred before her husband left home Tuesday night. When asked if Scott had any enemies, she said, she did not know. "He was always afraid and cautious," she said. "Why I don't know." Papers Report Condition of Senator Grave SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Two California newspapers said today that Sen. Clair Engle, D-Calif., is suffering from a brain tumor that has left him partially paralyzed and unable to talk. The Los Angeles Times said that doctors "are fighting to save his life" and that the senator may never be able to speak or move normally. The paper said the tumor, discovered during brain surgery three weeks ago, is unop- erable. ' He is described as paralyzed in the right leg and arm while the left side is normal. The San Francisco Chronicle quoted authoritative sources as saying that the condition of the 51- year-old senator is regarded as grave. The Times says a source very close to Engle believes he will not be able to seek a second term. WILLIAM T. VAN DUSEN YATES CITY - William Theodore Van Dusen, 69, a lifelong resident of Yates City, and a veteran of World War I, died Thursday at the Veterans Hospital in Iowa City. He was born March 22, 1894, in Marshall County. He was married to Marie Pruvoust Dec. 15, 1933. He had worked for the Burlington Railroad for 20 years before retiring this year. Prior to that he had been a farmer. Survivors, besides the widow, include five brothers, Jesse and George of Yates City, Orie of Gilson, Glen and Clinton of Galesburg and three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Johnson of Galesburg, Mrs. Mae Clark of Yates City and Miss Mabel Van Dusen of Peoria. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Patterson Funeral Home in Elmwood. Burial will be in the Yates City Cemetery. Visitation will be held Saturday after 6:30 p.m. at the funeral home. Larson Funeral Home 206 N. Washington St. Abingdon, Illinois William id ward Bozman 86 Abingdon, 111. Funeral services: SATURDAY AT 2 P.M. at LARSON FUNERAL HOME IN ABINGDON. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening. Interment in Abingdon Mausoleum. Kennedy Fears Loss to Reds In Viet Nam WASHINGTON (AP) - Presi- fent Kennedy evidently is receiving strong warnings from U.S. officials in' Viet Nam that the anti-Communist war there may be lost unless the Diem government institutes sweeping reforms. Kennedy told his news conference Thursday that in publicly criticizing the policies of the Viet namese government during the last two weeks he has actually understated the concern expressed to him by the most experienced American military, diplomatic, aid and other officials in the crisis- ridden Southeast Asian country. He also said that his own comments about the situation there reflect the views of Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge "in a very moderate way." Pesticide Sales Climb WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Agriculture Department estimates a longtime upward trend will cause pesticide sales in the United States to increase 10 to 12 per cent in 1963. In a review of the pesticide situation for 1962-63, the department said pesticide usage in the United States increased in 1962 over previous years. Exports of pesticides also increased. Infestations in the United States were average to below normal in 1962 with no major outbreak of pests. A severe mid-winter freeze throughout the southern states early in the year, the cold rainy spring while grasshoppers were hatching in the West and Midwest, and the prolonged summer drought in the Northeast all contributed to reducing the control operations usually needed against a number of major pests. The Crop Reporting Board said range feeding conditions in the western states declined seasonally during the past month although August moisture improved fall grazing prospects in a number of areas. The board said precipitation during August relieved drought conditions in many central and southern range areas, stimulating grass growth and improving prospects for fall and winter grazing. Continued shortages of moisture in portions of the Great Plains and in Texas have caused further deterioration of range feed and reduced current and fall grazing supplies there. Galesburg Register-Mflif, Gotesbura, Iff. _Mday>:Sgpf. 13, 1963 21 Gov. Scranton Joins Parade of GOP Invaders CHICAGO (UPI) — Pennsylvania Gov. William W. Scranton was to speak here today in the third visit to Illinois of a GOP presidential possibility in six days. Scranton was to give a speech opening the 53rd season of the Executives' Club. Fifteen hundred members and guests of the club were expected to hear the address. New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller and his wife attended a fair at Oregon, 111., last weekend, and Sen. Barry M. Goldwater, R- Ariz., spoke to the National Federation of Republican Women in Chicago Wednesday. Kennedys Have Few Friends in For Anniversary • NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) - President and Mrs. Kennedy had a small 10th wedding anniversary party Thursday night. A group of friends joined them at the Hammersmith Farm home of Mrs. Kennedy's mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Auchincloss. The Kennedys were married at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church here. Kennedy aides said they expected a quiet stay in Newport, with no official visitors. The President plans to return to Washington Monday morning. Eastern Quebec Notes Snowfall And High Winds QUEBEC (AP) - Eastern Quebec got its first taste of winter Thursday — snow and winds of 50 miles an hour. Three to six inches of snow fell in Laurentides Park to the north. Motorists reported snow to the west made driving hazardous for 80 miles along the north shore of the St. Lawrence River. Flowers... , "Nature's most beautiful memorial" Anderson BROAD STREET florists 123 N. Biowd WJ-2103 Crossing Is Red After 2 Trains Strike Truck OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI) —Tom Thompson, 22, started to jump Thursday when he saw a train bearing down on his truck and trailer, which stalled on two sets of railroad tracks in Oakland. As he leaned out the safe side, he spotted another train bearing down from the other direction and he "decided to ride it out." Both trains smashed into the rig, which was loaded with 52,800 bottles of ketchup. Firemen had to call for bulldozers to help clean up nearly 24 inches of the gooey red stuff at the crossing. Thompson, who for a few frantic moments thought he must be bleeding profusely, escaped without injury. Capital Crime Rises WASHINGTON (UPI) - Police Chief Robert V. Murray says Washington's crime rate has reached an all-time high and will continue to climb unless Congress acts. Murray said Thursday that Congress must remove restrictions on the police department, including the ban against so- called investigative arrests. WANT ADS feu SATURDAY Deadline 9:15 A.M. MONDAY thru FRIDAY 10 A.M. Phone Your WANT AD Early 342-5161 (Jaleabutfl Raster -Mail Clasaifted Advertising LOCAL CASH RATE RffeCtlv* ApfU 1. 1953 Wofd* t-dayt 4-dnys 1-day 140 | S.36 i 3.34 i 1.30 31-96 3.93 3.68 1.43 26-30 4.37 1 3.90 1 1.87 a.io I 3.39 1 1.81 M-40 8.83 1 3.87 1 3.07 41-38 6.55 1 4.36 3.33 46-50 7.38 4.84 3.68 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) 50* Card of Thank* *\ 1-tnch or In Memoriams V l««s Lodge Notices J • 200 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks GARRETT, Bert W. — Wc are sincerely grateful to friends and neighbors for their many kind acts of sympathy during our sad bereavement. Sincere thanks to Dr. Mazar and Dr. Stansberry. nurses and aides of 1 North Cottage Hospital, and Rev. Hoffman for their kindnesses. Our appreciation cannot be adequately expressed. The Family of Bert Garrett. . Other Notices ON and after this date, September 13, 1963, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other than myself. Gary Swanson, 525 West Tompkins St. Lost and Found—1 GONE FOR GOOD? Not If you quickly place • LOST AD Phone 342-5161 BILLFOLD lost — Moore's Auction house. Contains valuable papers. Reward if returned to Homer Williams, 809 East North St.. Knoxville. 111. BLACK billfold lost containing money Virginia driving permit and other important papers. Please bring to Police Station. Reward Is offered. 2 SETS Keys lost Wednesday between South city limits of East Galesburg to the business district of Galesburg. Reward. 342-6475, Business Service—2 LAWN BUILDING Now is the time te do SOMETHING about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whiterock E. J. MARTIN—342-0521 REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you oleases us. WE APPRECIATE vour business. Call us anytime. Cltywlde Rubbish Removal. 343-8665 or 3434136 WRIGHT'S HEATTNG Thermo-Produets, Gas • oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates. 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Public Square. 343-6535 Nttf 343-5404 SMALL Electric Appliance Repairs All Popular Makes. ELECTRIC SHAVERS. VACUUM CLEANERS. All Work Guaranteed Call 342-3767. Male Help Wanted-4 EAVES Cleaned and flushed. Also windows washed. 343-8771: 342-6023. FURNACE CLEANING and repairing. Stoker repairing. Stokerri Installed. 343-4674. GOOD COAL SALE September only. Stoker, lump, $10 ton, 5-ton orders. Washed, oiled, chemically treated. Special trash rates. 342-2075. R. Watts. 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 LAWNBUILDING Excavating driveways. Black dirt, seeding, sodding and white rock. Paul Bledsoe. 343-2296 or 343-6770. , Transportation—3 DRIVER WANTED to Reno, Nevarla. leaving about October 1st. ReferenccK exchanged. Box 602, care Galesburg Register-' Mail. ' • 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 DIADAX Tablets (Formerly Dex-A-Dlet). New name, same formula, only 98o at West Drug Company • AVON PRODUCTS If Interested In buying or selling. Call 342-0360. ___ Male Help Wanted—5 BUSY SALES MANAGER—will Interview ambitious, young married man 21-33 for manager trainee position. Sales xper- ience not necessary. Earnings discussed at interview. Must desire to learn and better self with a nationally known company, 50 years old, whose average man earned over $475 per month last year. For personal interview write complete summary to Box 769, care Register-Mail. NEED KELP? " rtnd the best through • wider choice, phone 342-6161 to else* tour WANT AD NEED CASH? Sell famous Knapp Aerotred Shoes. Full or part time. High commissions plus bonus. Complete line for men and women. Equipment furnished free. Write to E. M. Blstow, Knnpp Bros. Shoe Mfg. Corp., Brockton. Mass. TRACTOR MECHANIC Preferably experienced. Apply In person. Fairvlew Farmers Elevator, Fairvlew, til. MARRIED man for year round farm work. Experienced with livestock and machinery. Write Box 777, care Register-Malt giving references. JANITOR Must be neat, honest and willing to work, age 38 to 80. Insurance, bonus, trust fund. Apply In person between 3 and 5 P.M. Steak 'N Shake. 981 E. Main. WANTED: MANAGEMENT TRAINEES Men over 26 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 12 noon. COST ACCOUNTING Opportunity available immediately for young man interested in cost 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 If you want to get ahead in life 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-Mali and confidential interview will be arranged. WANTED married man for year around work on farm, must be experienced with livestock and machinery. Good house, top wages. Ross E. Hanna, Little York, 111. Phone 729-2162. WE NEED MEN Over 21 who desire dignified, rewarding work; and financial security. We have no timo for those who are not sincerely in terested In earning over $12,000 a year. No gimmicks, a sound business, training free. Only responsible men need apply. Interview will be made in your home. Write: D. Porter, Box 4, Monmouth, Illinois. NOW interviewing young men, 18 to 35 years of age, for em ployment in the shipping and cutting departments. Apply Saturday morning 9 to 12 at the Gross Galesburg Co., 152 E. Ferris St. QUAD-CITY Chrysler Dodge Dealership has opening for first class mechanic, many fringe benefits, including paid vacation, hospital insurance, life insurance, paid holidays, Hand' ler Motor Sales, 508 Main Street Davenport, Iowa. Male Help Wanted-$ Experienced refrigeration scrv. Iceman with knowledge of general maintenance connected with super-markets. Transportation, tools and equipment furnished. Must be able to relocate in Burlington, Iowa. Write giv. ing experience, age, previous employers, references, etc., to: Benner Tea Company P. O. Box 1048 Burlington, Iowa Attention: DeVere Murray, or Phone Area. 310, Plaza 2-5491 Ext. 35. COHEN FURNITURE COMPANY OFFERS: — A challenging position for a top notch experienced, professional salesman. Downstate's largest home furnsihers, 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 sell and applies a positive mental attitude. A knowledge of furniture or appliances is highly desirable but is not essential. Our multi-million dollar volume makes high earnings C ossiblo on our commission plus onus plan. Also many company fringe benefits. If this ad describes you, write or phone for an appointment — I want to see you. Mr. Goldstein COHEN Furniture Co. 336 S. W. Adams St. PEORIA. ILLINOIS LARGE Casualty and Fire Insurance Company desires a man between the ages of 25 and 35 to train as a Claims Adjuster. Good starting salary, expense account, group insurance and retirement benefits. Write your qualifications to P. O, Box 129, Kewanee, Illinois. 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. Write Box 819. care Register-Mall. 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 343-1631, 9 to 10 P.M. Area Sales Manager I need a man In this areA who has the ability to train and supervise others and lead them Into increased sales. He will represent a Mulll - Million Dollar Co., well accepted in this area. Age 30-52. some college and sales management experience preferred. $150.00 weekly drawing account. Group Insurance. WRITE BOX 804 % Register-Mall, Galesburg, til, HOU&E and yard man. in country near Peoria. Single pensioner preferred. State experience, give 2 references In first letter. Good home for right party. Write Box 803. care Rcglstcr-Mall. • 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-Mall. AMBITIOUS MEN for local light deliveries Fridays and Saturdays. Good pay. Phone: 342-6407 MAN to service route in Knox County area. Homo every night, 22 through 35, married. $118 weekly. Phone: 34.1-9342. SALES Representative for na­ tionally'known fertilizer company. Young man- with farm background and college degree preferred. Salary, bonus plan, automobile and expenses. Plense reply to Box 774, care Register- Mall, Galesburg, III, Female Help Wanted—« WANTED— Cost clerk by Gnles- burg office. Must be good in mathematics. 5-day week. $35 weekly to stnrt. Send resume and references In own handwriting to Box 778, care Rcglstcr- Mail. WAITRESS WANTED Clean, neat, experienced. Meals furnished. Apply after 2 at Twin Chefs Restaurant, 108 E. Main. FRY COOK WANTED Apply in person. Circle T Truck Stop. Knoxville Road. WAITRESS WANTED DISHWASHER WANTED Meals and uniforms furnished. Steady work. Apply In person after 10 A.M. American Beauty Restaurant. 308 E. Main St. DENTAL Assistant. Send information on health, education, experience, family status, age, etc. to Box 801, care Register- Mail. 1 Day Waitress 1 Night Waitress 1 Part Time Waitress Apply in person to Mr. Peck or Mrs. Greenstreet at the HUDDLE DRIVE-IN Henderson St Dayton Sts. 342-0141. WIDOWER or middle-aged lady housekeeper to take oare of a nice home for a widower, in city. Write Box 772, % Register- Mail. LADY retail clerk, full time. Must have good knowledge of music. Unusually interesting work. Write Box 773, car* Register-Mall. . Male, Female Help Wanted—? FULL or part time, to present family security program. Call 342-5319 for appointment. Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. 405 Hill Arcade. Employment Wanted—8 HOUSECLEANING — By day or week. Also will do Ironings. Work guaranteed. References. Phone 343-0172 or 343-3570. WELL experienced mlddlo-aged man would like bookkeeping or accounltng work. Moderate salary. Write Box 770, oare Galesburg Register-Mail. Business Opportunity—10 Before Von INVEST. INVESTIGATE I The GaJatburg Register - MaU attempts to determine the reliability ot the advertiser in all •ds requiring so Investment. It cannot, however, guarantee all such oilers. We recommend that you INVESTIGATE fully befor. you INVEST SMALL store for sale. Doing good business. $350. Inquire at 526 S. Academy, 7 'till 9 dally. Wanted to Buy—11 GUNS, GOLD COINS. Cash for pistols, rifles, shotguns (modern or antique) and gold coins Gil Hebard Guns, Public Square. Knoxville 289-4556 Afternoons 3qu 4 :30 TOP price for used furniture, appliances, antique furniture, dishes, dolls, lamps, guns. Jewelry, etc. Lawson Trading Post. 026 K Main. 343-1918 : 343-6241. GAS SPACE HEATERS Lawson Trading Post, 928 East Main. 343-1018. 343-6241. WANTED TO BUY — Tractors. trucks and cars for parts Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co.. Knoxville Road. Galesburg, Ul Ph. 343-1914. WANTED TO BUY I Antique sofa or loveseat In good condition with practically new upholstering. 1065 N. West. Phone 342-1806. DOOR measuring 32 l /a" wide by 74" or 80" long. Phone 343-1848. Rooms for Rent—12 LARGE nicely furnished front sleeping room, near phone and bath. Gentleman only. 269 Maple Ave. CLOSE IN NORTH Large nicely furnished sleeping room, second floor, newly decorated, steam heat, TV aerial, telephone available. Call 342-3491 LARGE nicely furnished sleeping room with private bath Best location: 968 N. Broad. NICE steeping room, large closet, close to bath. Phone 343-3052 , 857 W. Main St. Farnishctl Apnm*tt+~U EFFICIENCY .Apt! ~ R-tflfeni* tor, stove, iurnftrfe and utllN ties furnished, Near town and college. Prefer middle age, em* ployed of retired. Ml W, Tfflmt** kins St. _^ 3-ROOM furnished apt., close in, 1st floor. Also 2- room apt. Call after 8, 343 -7088. ... ATTRACTIVELY furnished «fc flciency apt. $70. includes all utilities. Downtown location. Bulils-Horn Agency. Days 343* 1149; night 343-5486, 343-1738, 3 ROOMS and bath lower apt. i blocks from town. Middle-aged lady or couple. Also I room efficiency. 343-5574. ^ FURNISHED 5-room lower apt. 43 s. West. Private entrance, bath. Utilities furnished. Adults preferred. For information Ph. 343-6508. 2 ROOM FURNISHED APT. Closet, near bath. Private entrance. Utilities furnished. Inquire 6-13 N. Prairie. 2 RdoM furnished upper front apt., clean and pleasant. Phone 34.1-3888. NORTH — 2-room upper apt. Clean, nicely furnished, walk In closet. Close to bath. Retired or working lady preferred. 3483401. 3 ROOM UPPER Private bath, entrance. After 3:30 p.m. 103 Blaine Ave. FURNISHED apt., ground floor, 779 North West St. Rock Maple furniture. For couple only. TV antenna, tile bath, garage space, gas heat, living room, dinette, kitchen, bedroom, specious wardrobe closets. Very private apartment. Call at above address. 4-ROOM first floor apt., furnished, utilities paid. $80. 4-room first floor apt., unfurnished, utilities paid, except electricity, $75. Phone 343-8432 or 343-2820. 3 ROOMS, bath, furnished. Private. 59 Aliens Ave. Call Saturday or evenings after 5 p.m. LOWER furnished 3 rooms and bath. Utilities, antenna, separate entrance, parking space. Nice neighborhood. Employed couple. No drinking. 343-6488. FURNISHED light housekeeping room on first floor, private half bath, refrigerator, stove, clean gas heat. Elderly person preferred. 346 N. Cherry. 3431387. FIRST FLOOR FURNISHED 2-Room Apt. Utilities furnished. Gas heat and antenna. Prefer middleagc or working couple. • Call 342-2851. CLEAN 3 room apt., furnished, close in. gas heat, share bath. »• Lady preferred. $50. 189,Sumner Sts. Ph. 343-4383. ~ Foreman. 3 ROOM furnished apt. Ideal for employed couple. Close to town. Call 342-1051 early mornings or evenings. UPPER 3-room furnished apt., private entrance and bath. Employed couple. Can be seen from 1 to 6 P.M. 844 N, Farnham. COZY 2 room furnished apt., with hldo-a-bcd. Suitable for pensioner or working adult. Utilities furnished. 343-0377. EFFICIENCY apt., nicely furnished, close in and quiet. Ideal for pensioner. Also large 2 room furnished. Newly decorated. Nice for couple. Reasonable rent. 343-9752. LOWER 1-room kitchenette apt. Private entrance, Va bath. Walking distance to town. Phone 343-0377 or 342-0244. George W. Rent your SLEEPING WANT AD. APARTMENT or ROOM through a Unfurnished Apartments—15 MODERN 5 room ' unfurnished upper apt. Gas heat. Everything separate, 74 N.. Arthur. Close to shopping center. Adults only. $50. Phone 343-2861 before 9:30 a.m or inquire at down- stnlrs apt. 4-ROOM and bath upper unfurnished apt. Rent very reasonable. 186 W. Main. Phone 3438530. UPPER 6-ROOM APT. Unfurnished, newly redecorated. Phone 343-3814 or 342-3887. FIRST floor unfurnished apt., 2 bedrooms. Gas heat and water furnished. 359 N. Chambers. 3426324. UPPER UNFURNISHED 3 rooms and bath. Completely private. Utilities furnished. Closo in. 343-8531. 578 MAPLE Ave. Nice upper unfurnished 5-room apt., gas heat; TV antenna. Phone 3433021. MOVING TO TOWN? WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN US AT Belle Isle Apts. 1470 N. West St. Comfort - Convenience and Value in Apartment Living. 1 BEDROOM APTS. Only $85 (Decorated To Your Taste) See: Mrs. Helen Aldrich New Resident Manager. Ph. 342-3412. LOWER 3-room apt. 1 bedroom. Modern. Gas heat. 5 blocks town, or rent as 3 bedroom house. References. Call 342-0587 or 465-3382. Avon. HAVE you seen the Maytair Manor apts? Galeaburg's newest and finest, a bedrooms, air conditioned: garages. 929 Dayton Dr 343-9251; 343-7176: 343-8487. UPPER 3 room unfurnished apt. Private bath. 4 blocks to town. Utilities furnished. 1 lady. $55 month. Phone 343-4089. (Continued on page 22) Driver Makes Risky Choice To Save Lives BEACON FALLS, Conn. (AP)The driver had a choice. He could let his 14-ton truck ram a convertible carrying three children or he could drive it into the Naugatuck River. * So Henry D. Murray, 46, of Baltimore, Md., drove into the river Thursday. His tractor-trailer was heavily damaged, police said, but Murray escaped with cuts and bruises. "If I hadn't swerved," he said, "I might have killed them all." A front tire on the convertible driven by Patricia Picanso, 19, of Naugatuck, blew out. The car veered from the right to the left lane of the highway, which parallels the river, just as Murray was passing. Bread stored in a box or drawer at room temperature stays softer but molds quicker than bread stored in a refrigerator. If you use a box, it should be kept clean and well ventilated. Actress Injured HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Comedienne Bea Benaderet was recuperating today from injuries received when she fell over a cam- ra cable during rehearsal for a new television series. Miss Benaderet sprained both wrists and cracked her left kneecap in " tthe mishap Thursday. She plays the part of Kate Bradley in the new series "Petticoat Junction." READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Chief Engineer Of Waterways to Retire Sept. 30 SPRINGFIELD, 111 (AP> ~ Thomas B. Casey, chief enguwfr of the State Division of Waterways, announced Thursday he wyj retire from his $19.500-a-year job, effective Sept. 30. Casey, 71. has worked for the state 32 years. Francis Loreoz, state public works director, said he would name Casey's successor at a later date.

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