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-D E AT IIS AND FUNERALS NEIL MAC QUfRE NEW Y011K (UPI) - Nei MacQuire, 5&, Pulitzer Prize winning assistant city editor of the New York Journal American died Monday. NAM PttOUNG TULLE, France (UPI) - Nam Phoung, 48, whose husband was former Emperor Kao Dai of Viet Nam, died here Monday night of a heart attack. GEORGE BA1IMANEN FRANKFURT, Gecmany (UPI) — George Bahmann, 63, one of the senior actors of the Frankfort Playhouse, died of a heart attack during rehearsals Saturday night. MARIO DISTEFANO ROME (UPI) — Mario di Stefano, 63, Italian ambassador to Brazil and formerly Ambassador to Russia, died Sunday after a long illness. MRS. ZOLA VINCENT PASADENA, Calif. (UPI) Arrangements were completed* today for private funeral services for Mrs. Zola Vincent, 65, nationally syndicated food columnist, who died Friday of cancer. ERNEST PEARSON Funeral services for Ernest Pearson, 78, of 1644 N. Seminary St., who died Saturday, were held today at 10 a.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, Rev. Constant Johnson of the Trinity Lutheran Church officiating. Mrs. Mauritz Hodge was vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Reed Carson, organist. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Swan Johnson, Ivar Nelson, Ed Olson, Arthur Chalstrom, Gelles Brooks and Leonard Carlson. MISS AMY DONAHO ABINGDON — Funeral services for Miss Amy Donaho, 82, of Chicago, formerly of Galesburg, Abingdon and Knoxville] 1 who died Sunday, were held todky at 2 p.m. in the Larson Funeral Home at Abingdon, Rev. DonaltL Hogan officiating. Mrs. Harold Dunlap was organist. Burial was in the Abingdon Cemetery. Pallbearers were nephews of Miss Donaho. J. W. TAYLOR Mrs. Thomas Sepich, 1728 Rock Island Ave., returned home after attending funeral services for her father, J. W. Taylor of Virginia, who died Thursday. The funeral service was conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Massey Funeral Home in Virginia. Mr. Taylor, 92, lived in Virginia all his life. He is survived by six children. Others attending the funeral from Galesburg were A. H. Cobb, Mrs. Lewis Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. Russell May. REV. MELVIN BEGER Funeral services were held today in Peoria and Nauvoo for Rev. Melvin A. Beger, 69, who died Saturday in St. Francis Hospital in Peoria. Rev. Beger was born in Nauvoo Oct. 1, 1893, and married Edna }ioh\ in Ottumwa, Iowa, April ft, 1914. He was a former pastor of the Madison Avenue Methodist Church in Peoria and served in Methodist churches in Cambridge,, Maquon, Bondfield, Essex, Oneida, Bloomington, Carrolltown, Toulon, Dallas City and Brimfield. He served in the Navy during World 1 War II, and held the rank of lientenant commander. He was a resident of Chillicothe the past five years. Survivors include the widow, two daughters, Mrs. Zona Louise Ruyle and Mrs. Betty Jane Lotz, both of Skokie, two sisters, Mrs. Harry Smith and Mrs. Florence Sloan, both of Hutchinson, Kan., and three grandchildren. Services were scheduled for 10 a.m. today at the Madison Avenue Methodist Church in Peoria, and then at 3 p.m. at the Nauvoo Methodist Church. Burial will be in the Nauvoo City Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be sent to the Rev. Beger Memorial Fund at the Nauvoo Methodist Church. OLIVER (CY) BENT Requiem Mass was celebrated today at 9:30 a.m. in Corpus Christi Church for Oliver (Cy) Bent, 43, of 106 Walnut St., cus todian at the Galesburg American Legion Home, who died Saturday. Rev. J. Callanan celebrated the Mass. Military honors were accorded at the graveside in St. Joseph's Cemetery, by the Galesburg legion ceremonial squad, headed by Commander Carl Hearrington Taps were sounded by Steve Har rison. Other squad members were William Peterson and Gene Kier nan, colorbearers, Vern Larmier, Lawrence Cowell, Charles Lawrence, William Shuruberger, Paul Smith, Howard Morse and Chester Bennett. Pallbearers were Larmier, William Kneebone and Robert Horaney of Galesburg; Keith Boone of St. Augustine; Gene Brown of Chicago and Jim Bain bridge of Oquawka. Tex., and Kenneth D. of Columbia, Mo.; two daughters, Mrs. Paul Pierce of LaGrange and Mrs. Robert Glore of the Panama Canal Zone; five sisters, Mrs. Ruth Fagen and Mrs. Margaret Aeschmanri of Quincy, Mrs. Dena Hughes and Mrs. Gladys Dean of Rushville, and Mrs. Frances Quinn of Versailles. Jailed for Defaulting Decal Fine Developments in connection with the issuance of one police ticket for failure to display a now city wheel tax sticker took an unusual turn this morning in the court of D. Paul Nolan, police Circuit Judge Signs Decrees For Divorces Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Tuesday, Sept, 17, 1963 17 FRED MASON AVON — Fred Mason, 69, retired Burlington track foreman, . died at 6 a.m. this morning at ™P«™ ie . Saunders Hosnital here after an A t,cket was ,ssued Sept 9 to baunoers Hospital nere alter an ^ p mire f im G illness of several months. Avfi Ap * arently when he ap peared in the magistrate's court Mr. Mason was born June 15, 1894, in Bardolph, where he mar ried Dulcie Cox. He was with the he did not plead guilty or not ., . , . , ' guilty and a hearing was set for railroad for 45 years before his ^ ymornj Fo]l J ing the hear . retirement. Survivors include a son, Billy, a local resident, a brother, Wesley of Adair, two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Smick of Avon and Mrs. Ruby King of Springfield, his ing, the magistrate found Frymire guilty and assessed a fine of $25 and costs. When the fine was not paid, a mittimus was issued and he was taken to the county jail, with the records listing $13.30 as mother, Mrs. Nancy Mason of the costs Possi bility of an appea Prairie City, and two grand- f rom today's action was indicated daughters. othcr Drivers Finc d The funeral will be held Thurs- ^ magistrate's records also day at 2 p.m. at the Brand Fu- ]isted t he payment of a $5 fine neral Home. Burial will be in anc ] $5 cos t s by each of two mo- the Avon Cemetery. The family t0 rists charged with failure to will meet friends Wednesday display the wheel tax sticker from 7-9 p.m. They were K arcn E. Wilson of MRS. NELLFBTNORDEEN ^^Tt'l ^ 'I™ Mrs. Nelle Nordeen, 73, of Wa- J : Kahn of 530 j »J« m Jt Kahn taga died Monday at 1:35 p.m. also w '] s ass ^ ssed $1 ° and * °" at Galesburg Cottage Hospital a s P eedl "g char g e KLINCK Mortuary Knoxville, Illinois Mr. Giles N. Smith 409 W. South St. Knoxville FUNERAL SERVICES 1:30 P.M. WEDNESDAY AT THE KLINCK CHAPEL. Where friends may call this evening. Military rites by the Harry W. Philbald Post No. 749. Interment Knoxville Cemetery, MRS. JAMES APPLEGATE SWAN CREEK—Funeral serv ices for Mrs. James Applegate, 73, of Swan Creek, who died Saturday, were held today at 1:30 p.m. at the Corman Memor ial Home in Roseville. Rev Edith Swope, pastor of the Swan Creek Gospel Center, officiated. Mrs. Dale Sands was organist, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Waller, soloists. Pallbearers were Elmo Waller, Benny Mecum, Michael McKin non, Lawrence McCoy, Merle Waller and Ocie Baldwin. Burial was in Oakwood Cemetery at Macomb. MORRIS C. WILLIAMS Funeral for Morris C. Williams, 81, former Galesburg resident who died Friday at Independence, Kan., were conducted at 2 p.m. today at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel by Dr. Joseph Hoffman, pastor of First Methodist Church. Mrs. Ragnar Blucker sang, accompanied by Mrs. Roy H. Pearson Jr. Pallbearers were Robert Norene, Glen Campbell, Carl A. Price, Paul Hinrichs, Marion Crane and Harry E. Young. Burial was at East Linwood Cemetery. MRS. EDGAR LUTTRELL Funeral services for Mrs. Edgar Luttrell, 60, of 1284 Florence Ave., who died Sunday afternoon at the home of a daughter in LaGrange after release from a hospital, will bo Wednesday at 2 p.m. at First Christian Church. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call this evening at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Home. The former Aileen DeWitt was born May 17, 1903, in Brown County. At one time she had done clerical work for the Burlington Railroad. She was married in Galesburg Dec. 8, 1922, to Edgar Luttrell, who survives with two sons, Edgar A. of Dallas, HINCMLIFFa PEARSON FUNERAL HOMEWCHAPEl 287 N. Broad Phone 343-2101 MRS. E. ARNOLD SWANSON, 1349 E. Knox St. - Services 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. MRS. EDGAR LUTTRELL — 1284 Florence Ave. Services g P.M. Wednesday at the First Christian Church. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. MR. EVERETT BARLOW - 767 Phillips St. Services 10:30 A.M. Thursday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call Wednesday evening at the funeral home. MgS. NELLE B. NORDEEN - Wataga, 111. Services 2 P.M. Thursday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call Wednesday evening at the funeral home. Funeral will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel, where friends may call Wednesday evening, and burial will be at Wataga Cemetery. Mrs. Nordeen was born May Failure to sign his driver's Ii cense cost Harry E. Fox of 1646 Rock Island Ave. a total of $10, according to the magistrate's rec ords. Paying speeding fines, with $5 14, 1890 at Neponset and had lived costs „ in eac * case were Gerald 45 years at Wataga. She was D ' EIllson of 291 ° hl ° A ™:: $10; married at Oregon, 111., to Elmer Jam , es • Greiert of W.lltams- F. Nordeen, who died last May field - ^ Robert J ; Ll " le ?' 13 Knoxville, Route 1, $10; Donald Mrs. Nordeen was a member of Helsel of Knoxville, $10 and Betty the W a t a g a Congregational Brooks of 204 s : Fra ! ne St < * 10 Church, Order of Eastern Star at Drivi "g to ° fast h * ^°" dltulon ^ Neponset, Oliver Wendell Holmes was the char 6 e on wl ? lcl ? Rlchard Club, T & E Sewing Club and was A - Horn of East Galesburg was formerly head of the Knox Coun- fined $10, plus $5 costs, ty Republican Women's Organi- In a non-traffic case, the rec- zation and the Wataga Woman's ords listed a fine of $5 and $5 Cl u b costs against J. E. Reeves of 436 Surviving are two sons, Francis Phillips St., charged with permit- M. of Blytheville, Ark., and ting a dog to run loose. George G. of Bellwood; two brothers, Claude G. Bennett of Kewanee and Guy R. Bennett of Sheffield; a sister, Mrs. Laura Bennett of Kewanee and three grandchildren. EVERETT BARLOW Everett Barlow, 80, of 767 Phillips St., who formerly was a trucker in the Gilson community, died Monday at 7 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. Mr. Barlow was born March 1, 1883, at Farmington. He was married Oct. 8, 1913, at Springfield to Faculty at Knox College Completed Ten new appointments to the Knox College faculty have been announced by the college for the current year. The appointments complete the roster of the college Ethyle Mae Purchase, who pre- facu]ty for the ljK&64 aca d e mic ceded him in death. term. Surviving are two children Dr .' Robert E Bryan is an as _ James B. of Bloomington and sociate pro f e ssor of mathematics. Mrs. George Bacon of Galesburg; Bryan has taught at Rut g e rs Uni- two brothers, Harry of Canton versity for several years and has and John of Tucson, Ariz.; a sis- also had teaching experience at ter Mrs. Carl Anderson of Tuc- Pennsylvania Military College, son, and four grandchildren. University of Connecticut and Funeral will be Thursday at Ya le. Dr. and Mrs. Bryan reside 10:30 a.m. at Hinchliff and Pear- at 537 N Cedar st> son Fnueral Chapel, where friends Dr Dona ]d L. Fisk is a new may call Wednesday evening. ass j s t an t professor of mathemat- Burial will be at the Gilson Ceme- ics nas been an instructor tery. in statistics at Michigan State University. He is married and has three children. The family resides near Abingdon. Dr. Billy Geer is an assistant professor of biology. A specialist in genetics, Geer was a research assistant in genetics at the WILLIAM T. VAN DUSEN ELMWOOD — Funeral services for William Theodore Van Dusen, 69, of Yates City, who died Thurs day, were held Sunday at 2 p.m at the Patterson Funeral Home Rev Wayne Nordstrom official- ^vers ^f cal^a Yom ed. Russell Remmele played or- 1960 . 62 Dr and Mrs Gfier Uye gan selections. r . at 460 Fifer St Salem-Elba American Legion Dr John j Pascucci is an as . Post presented the colorguard. sjstant pfofessor of cconornics Pallbearers were Ed Elliott, Ken- Pascucci has been assistant pro neth King, Arthur Fishel, Raymond Moody, W. H. Rich and R. Nelson. Burial was in the Yates City Cemetery. fessor of business at San Jose State College in California since 1958. He and his wife have not yet selected a place of residence in Galesburg. LORENZO CAMP Dr. Kenneth E. Beighley is a ELMWOOD — Funeral services new assistant professor of educa- for Lorenzo Camp, 77, of Elm- tion. A former public school wood, who died Friday, were held teacher, he recently completed Monday at 2 p.m. at the Patter- requirements for a doctoral de- son Funeral Home. Rev. Lloyd gree at Michigan State Univer- Vinnedge officiated. Russell sity. He is married and has Remmele played organ selections, three children. The family re- Pallbearers were Willis Young, sides in Wataga. William Foster, DuWayne Math- Edward L. Bethel, an instruc- ews, Donald Burgess, John Bolin tor in mathematics, was former- and Merle Worsfold. Burial was lv employed in private industry, in Yates City Cemetery. He was an instructor at the University of Texas, where he is MRS. ANNA BROBERG completing requirements for a CAMBRIDGE — Funeral serv- doctorate. His residence is 1434 ices for Mrs. Anna Josephine Bro- N. West St. berg, 95, were held Saturday aft- Rodney O. Davis is an instruc- ernoon in the Cambridge Luther- tor in history. He was a gradu- an Church, Rev. R. W. Jonson, ate assistant at the State Univer- officiating. sity of Iowa, where he is working Oscar Munson sang and was toward a doctoral degree. Mr. and Mrs. Davis and their two children reside at 1064 Johnston St. Dr. Gary R. Francois is an instructor in psychology. He served as an instructor in psychology at Arlington State College in Texas during the past yeai . He is mar- During Monday's session of Knox County Circuit Court, Judge Keith Scott signed decrees in six divorce cases and an order modifying a previous decree. Cruelty was the allegation on which Doris I. Anderson obtained a divorce from Melvin D. Anderson, to whom she was married Sept. 26, 1949. Custody of the couple's five children was awarded to the plaintiff, with (he defendant to pay $30 weekly support money. A property settlement was listed in the decree and the plaintiff waived alimony and support money for herself. A decree was signed granting Patricia L. Walters a divorce from Thomas L. Walters, to whom she was married Nov. 25, 1958. They had no children. Desertion was the charge in the complaint. A property settlement was shown in the decree and the plaintiff waived alimony and support. Payment of $30 a week was stipulated for support of the couple's three children, whoso custody was given to the plaintiff, in the decree divorcing Betty J. Nutt from Elmer L. Nutt on a charge of cruelty. The couple was married Jan. 10, 1948. A property settlement was mentioned in the decree and alimony and support were waived by the plaintiff. Charges Desertion Desertion was the charge on which June G. Williams was granted a divorce from Robert C. Williams, to whom she was married Feb. 5, 1955. Custody of the one child was given to the plaintiff, with the defendant to pay $10 weekly support money. The plaintiff waived alimony and support and the decree listed a property settlement. Cruelty was charged in the complaint on which Shirley J. Richardson obtained a divorce from Robert L. Richardson, to whom she was married July 21, 1956. Custody of one child was given to the defendant and custody of three to the plaintiff. The decree directed the defendant to pay $15 weekly for the support of two of the three chil dren. Property settlement and waiver of support and alimony were approved in the decree. Cruelty was the allegation on which Mary Janette Van Pelt was awarded a divorce from Le roy Van Pelt, to whom she was married May 1, 1952. Four chil dren were born to this marriage with only three being involved in the custody award to the plaintiff. The defendant was or dered to pay $20 weekly support money and alimony and support were barred in the decree. Permission to resume her for mcr name of Ina I. Coon was granted Ina I. Lantz in the decree divorcing her from Bruce E. Lantz on a charge of cruelty. The couple, married July 17, 1959, had no children. The decree included a property settlement and waiver of alimony and support. In a modification of a previous decree, signed last April 25, in which custody of three children born to Sandra K. and Camiel L. Claeys was awarded to Mrs. Claeys, custody was changed in an order signed Monday. The defendant was given custody of two of the children, with support payment for the third child held in abeyance. Bishop TH Selected WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Rev. Paul Moore Jr., dean of Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis, Ind., since 1957, has been elected suffragan bishop of the Episcopla Diocese of Washington. Distinctive Flowers "styled to say it best" the new ANDERSON MAIN STRICT Florist 312 E. Mailt Street L. E. Steller — Ted Ferris accompanied on the organ by Miss Florence Swanson. Pallbearers were Leonard, Kenneth, John and Frank Telleen, William McKinley and George Peterson. Burial was in the Rosedale Cemetery here. ried and has one child. The family residence is 682 Beecher Ave. Anthony L. Guenther is a new instructor in sociology. Guenther has taught sociology in the dental school and summer session at Northwestern University. He and his wife reside at 1065 Pine St. Stanley G. Long is an instructor in economics. Long, who has studied abroad, has been an instructor at Iowa State University since 1959. Mr. and Mrs. Long reside at 113 W. Loscy St. In addition to these appointments, four lecturers have been named to the staff for 1963-64. They are Milton R. Glassman, lecturer in education; Kenneth L. Weik, lecturer in biology; Dr. Elizabeth Jackson, lecturer in modern languages, and Mrs. Borgny Johnson, lecturer in English. Glassman resides in Wataga, and Weik and his family at 1515 N. Cedar St. Dr. Jackson's husband, Dr. Gabriel Jackson, is an associate professor of history at Knox, while Mrs. Johnson's husband, Alan, is an instructor in English. 4 $ak$burg Register-Mall Classified Advertising LOCAL CASB RATtC Effective AprU 1. 1953 Word* 7-day* 4-dayt l-da> 1-20 1 3.36 1 3.34 1 1.3C 31-35 | 3.93 3.68 | 1.43 26-30 | 4.37 2.90 | 1.87 31-35 | 8.10 3.39 | 1.61 3C-40 _L 982 3.37 | 2.07 41-35 1 6.65 4.36 I 2.3? 46-50 | 7.28 4.84 2.88 } : ,-tneh ot less .00 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) 80c Card ot Thank* ID Memonams Lodge Notioea DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks ROBERTSON, Mary — Wc wish to thank the friends and neighbors for every kindness shown us during the illness nnd at the time of the death of our daughter and sister. All was greatly appreciated. A .special thanks to Mrs. Harvey and nurses, Dr. Willeutts and those who served as pallbearers. Mrs. Lucille Lutz, Mr. & Mrs. Harold Lilt/., Mr. & Mrs. Aimer Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. William Lutz, Mr. Sc Mrs. Kenneth Lutz. TIDERMA N,~~Sy i v la ~L7~^ "'The kindness and sympathy of relatives, neighbors nnd friends in our recent sorrow will always remain with us a precious memory. Our thanks to Dr. R. A. Moffett, nurses and aides for all those comforting and kind nets at the hospital. Husband, Sisters nnd Brothers. WORDS cannot express m y thanks and appreciation for the many remembrances during my stay fn Collage Hospital. My thatiks especially for the kindness and patience of the nurses and doctors Douglas nnd Johnson. Don Hulick I WISH to thnnk relatives and friends for the cards, Rifts and flowers, also the nurses, Sisters and Dr. Giles for their wonderful care, while in St. Mary's hospital. Arnold Strand Oneida, ill. Lodge Notices Galesburg Chapter No. 46 R.A.M. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 18, fi:30 P.M. Family potluck. Bring 1 dish. Chapter will furnish meat and coffee. Entertainment for ladles. Ail chapter members and families cordially invited. John G. Sutor, 13.H.P. Frank W Peterson, Sec'y. Vesper j^jfc Lodge 584 A. F. & A. M. SPECIAL meeting 7.30 P.M., Thursday, Sept. 19, 1963. Masonic Temple. Presentation of 25 year, 30 year, 50 year pins. Work in Entered Apprentice Degree. Dinner 6:30 p.m. AH Masons welcome. Male Helf Wanted**! C. W. Spilman, W.M. H. A. Colver, Sec'y. Othcr Notices THIS Is to notify all real estate dealers that we arc taking oui property located at 1672 Willard Galesburg, Illinois out of their hands this 17th day of Septem ber 1963. Russell W. and Juanita Weigncll, RR 2, Galesburg, III. Lost and Found—1 GONE FOR GOOD? Not If you quickly place a LOST AD Phone 342-3161. Business Service—2 LAWN BUILDING Now Is the time to do SOME THING about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whiterock E. J. MARTIN—342-0521 REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you please* ua. Wfc. APPRECIATE your buslneaa Call us anytime. Cltywlde Rubbish Removal. 343-C66S or 3434136. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gaa - oil fur. naces, sheet metal, gutterwork Free estimates, 1-3 year payment plan. 29 Publlo Square 343-6535 Nite 343-5404 EAVES Cleaned and flushed. Also windows washed. 343-8771; 342-6023 FURNACE CLEANING nnd repairing. Stoker repairing. Stokers 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 AU PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. — 343-8813 NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and oumers Used stokers, gutter work 135 N. Seminary 343-2318 LAWNBUILDING Excavating driveways. Black dirt, seeding, sodding and white rock. Paul Bledsoe. 311-2296 or 343-6770. Trausportatlon—3 DRIVER WANTED to Reno, Nevada, leaving about October 1st. References exchanged. Box 802, care Galesburg Register- Mail. WANTED: person to drive my car to Los Angeles area. Woman preferred. References exchanged. Write Box 810, % Register-Mail. Personal-Special Notice—I BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Stole at 16 PubUc Square. Bargatas to clothing. appUanou and furniture TRY DJADAX Tablets (Formerly Dex-A-Dlet). New name, same formula, only 98c at West Drug Company AVON PRODUCTS If Interested in buying OJ" Mil' lng. Call 342-0360. * 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 vour ability. For personal interview Call 343-1631, 9 to 10 P.M. _ MAN wanted for year round work on fiinrl, must be experienced with livestock and machinery, reliable, modern 6 room house, on srhool bus route. Curl Seller, Oneida. '1832(102. LOCAL concern has opening for person with the following qu.iiificatlons. Married, age 23 to Ifi and at least a high school graduate. Salary Is open. For Interview call 34.1-4492 after 4 :I0 p m. iloiiSE and yard man. in country near I'eorla. Single pensioner preferred. State experience, give 2 references in first letter. Good home for rtcht party. Write Box 803, care Register-Mall. _ _ NKKD ~HEUP7 Find the "best through a wider choice Phone 5181 to place vour WAN'I AD. JANITOR Must be neat, honest and Willing to work, age 35 to 50. Insurance, bonus, trust fund Apply In person between 3 and 3 P .M. Steak "N Shake. 981 E Main. C()fIEN ~"FURN1TUR E COM['ANY OFFERS: - A challenging position for a top notch experienced, professional salesman. Downstate's largest homo furnaihers, stocking over two million dollars worth of America's finest brands need* 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 possible on our commission plus bonus plan. Also ninny company fringe benefits. If this ad describes you, write or phone for an appointment — I want to sec you. Mr. Goldstein COHEN Furniture Co. 33(1 S. W. Adams St. 1 'EOrtIA. ILLINOIS LARGE Casualty and Fire Insurance Company desires n man between the ages of 25 and 33 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, III bio I S; 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 Hox 819, care Reglster-Mnll. LEAD guitar player or piano- organ player wanted. For rock 'n roll Playboy Band. Ph. 3136834 after 5:30 p.m. ROUTE salesman, age 25 to 45, married. Steady work, no lay off. Good opportunity. Apply In person. Knox Laundry, 332, E. Ferris St. MAN to servlco route In Knox County area. Home every night, 22 through 35, married. $118 weekly. Phone: 343-9342 MEN FOR FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT $105.00 PER WEEK SALARY PLUS BONUS One of the fastest progressive companies in its field will have a representative interviewing men who hold the following qualifications: 1. Ages 21 to 40. 2. Own automobiles In. good condition. 3. Willing to travel Monday through Friday. Home on weekends. 4. High school education. 5. Available for immediate employment. No experience necessary. Thorough training is given by company and pay begins with training. Apply in Person to MR. W. T. RADCLIFFE Company RepresenSative 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. Thursday, Sept. 19th. Illinois State Employment Office 272 E. Simmons, Galesburg, III. FARM hand for fall work, continued employment for right party, grain only; house available. Write Box 813, care Register-Mail. MAN WANTED To handle delivering of newspapers to carrier boys, between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. Furnish own car. This would be Ideal for man who works late shift at factory. Contact Mr, Feldman at the Galesburg News Agency, 29 E. Simmons St. MAN wanted for mill and delivery work. Farm experience preferred. References required Abingdon Milling Co.. Ph. AO. SERVICE REPAIR MAN Washers, dryers, stoven, refrigerators. This is a permanent assignment in a large organization. PROFIT SHARING GROUP INSURANCE 40-HOUR WEEK 5-DAY WEEK ALL PAID HOLIDAYS Write Box 812 Care Register-Mail Female Help Wanted—6 SECRETARY for local"law - office, legal experience helpful but not required. Give references and previous or present employer in first letter. Write Box 809, Register-Mail. LADY to do babysIttTng, light housework, and ironing in my home from 11 to 8. 2 children, ages 3 and 6. $25 week. References. Write Box 811, c „. Hegibter-Mail PART TIME HELP WANTED With housework and children. 343-934;. AVON CALLING Avon Christmas sales start Sept. 16th! Why not take advantage of this opportunity to earn money? in Galeaburg and surrounding townships. Write: Mrs. E. Derwnel, 1439 N. Kellogg or call: 342-0360 (eves.) 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. Male, g'emato Help WaaiWfr-fr rtfLL of part ttm#, to prtseftt family security program. Call 342-5319 for appointment. OaJt Lawn Memorial Gardsru). 409 Hill Arcade. NO HELP WANTED- Huddle Drive-In Henderson A Dayton—342-f)141« EARN—»l.75 per hour In youf spare time. Men, women,, students. Apply 4-f) P.M. at 218 N, Henderson St.. Galesburg or Call 312-2510 for appnlntmcnt. nmr ^ Employment Wanted--J QUALIFIED carpenter. Guaranteed work. Cabinets, stairs, eie. Very reasonable price*. Free estimates gladly given. Ph. 342 0012 ... Instruction-— 9 U.S. Civil Service Teats! Men-women, 18-52. Start hlBh a» $102.00 A week. IrnlnliiR unlll npnotnted. Thousand*! of lobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. FREE information on )nbs, salaries, requirements. Write TODAY glv- Ing name, address and phone. Lincoln Service, Box 810, % Register-Mall. Business Opportunlty—lO Befor* Yon INVEST, 1NVE3T1QATEI Th* OftiMbtug n «g1 *l *r • MaQ atietnpia to determine the r»- Hublllly of th« adverilMr In all •da r«<rnlrta9 mn uiw«i»m«nJ. Ii ennnot. howe-va*. cruarania* all such offers. Wa recommend thai you INVESTIGATE fully before jou_ INVEST SMALL store for sale! Doing good business. $330. Inquife at 5^1 S. Academy. 7 'till 0 dally. TAVERN' with living quarters. Good floing business. Established 20 years. Fully equipped. Selling on account of health. Monmouth. III. Write Box 808 % Reglstrr-Mall. Attention Beauty Operators One operator beauty flhnp for sale For information call 7344037 Monmouth, 444 N. 11th. Wanted to Bny—11 GUNS. GOLD COrNS. Caah for pistols, rifles, shotguns (modern or antique) and gold colna. Gil Hebard Guns, Publlo Square, Knoxville. Afternoons 1-4:30, 2IUI-4536. TOP price for used furniture, appliances, antique furniture, dishes, dolls, lamps, guns, Jewelry, etc. Lawson Trading Post, 028 E. Main. 343-1018; 343-6241. GAS SPACE HEATERS Lawson Trading Post, 928 East Ma in. 343-1018. 343-8241. WANTED TO BUY — Tractors. trucks and cars for parte. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co.. Knoxville Road. Galesburg. TH. Ph. 343-11)14. DOOR measuring 32>,V' wide by 70" or 80" long. Phone 343-1848. WE NEED NOW Must be clean and pressed—Fall atid winter things. Girl's and hoys' coats, snow suits, shoes, dresses. );ickets. sweaters, etc. Men's work clothes, shoes, jackets, (good style). Ladles current style dresses. Dishes, draperies, hedding, and nicnacs. Resale Shop, 1197 W. Main. Open 9 A.M. until 6 P.M. each day ex- ccpt on Wednesday.';. Rooms for Rent—12 NICE sleeping room, large closet, close to bath. Phone 313-3052. B57 W. Main St. MODERN large room, private entrance, telephone. Close In. Gentlemen only. Call after 5. 343-3788. ROOM for rent, North of Losey on Seminary, gas heat: refer- cnees. Call 343-3744. LARGE sleeping room. Pleasant close to town, telephone, private hath. For gentlemen only. Best of references required. Adjoining room available. Dial 342- Ififil. LOWER modern sleeping rooms. Private hath and entrances, $12. per week. Call after 6 P.M. 342-4088. Room and Board—13 NOW open. The Evergreens. 1188 W. Main St.. Galesburg, III. A state licensed home for men and women. Reasonable rates, good care, well balanced meals. For appointment phone 342-3241. Furnished Apartments—14 4 ROOM furnished apt. Prtvata bath. All utilities furnished. Adults. 247 Sumner St. FURNISHED apt., ground floor. 771 North West St. Rock Maple furniture. For couple only. TV antenna, tile bath, garage space, gas heat,' living room, dinette, kitchen, bedroom, spa- clous wardrobe closets. Very private apartment. Call at above address^ CLEAN upper furnished 3 rooms, utilities furnished, private bath and entrance, new kitchen cabinets, mahogany paneled bedroom. I child accepted. Sej- ^i ! J_W __B£'j £'ks CLEAN 3 room apt., furnished, close in. ii,m h«'at, tihare bath. I.i'iy preferred. $30. 18!) Sumner St. F'h. 343- I.'IH.'I. George M. Foreman. Would the Interested party who called Monday eve- f.inK. please call again. A PA RTM ENV — '• bedToiirn, ITviTTg room, kitchen. Utilities furnished, Middle age employed or retired. 2HI W. Tompkins 3130450 NORTH — 2 room upper apt. Clean, nicely furnished, walk in closet. Close to bath. Retired or working lady preferred. 342- 3101. 3 ROOMS, hath, furnished. Private. 50 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 (Innkuig. 343-6485. FIRST FLOOR FURNISHED 2-Room Apt. Utilities fumiihed. Gas heat and antenna. Prefer muldleage or working couple. Call 3-12-2851. Rent yuui APARTMENT or SLEEPING ROOM through a WANT AD 2 ROOM FURNISHED APT. Closet, near bath. Private entrance. Utilities furnished- Inquire 843 N. Prairie. BACHELOR APT. N. Chambers Completely turn- i.shed efficiency. $10 month. 3425677 appointment. 3 ROOMS and bath lower apt. 2 blocks from town. Middle-aged lady pr 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. 343-6595. FURNISHED 3 room and kitchenette apt., private bath: utilities included. Second floor. 3421292 after 4:30. 4-ROOM first floor ap'2.. furniih- ed. utilities paid, $80. 4-room first floor apt , unfurnished, utilities paid, except electricity, $75. Phone 343-8432 or 343-2820. (Continued oil page 18)

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