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20 Galfsbura Reaister^Mg^ Tuesday, Sept. 17, 1963 Canton Youth Homeless, Has No Job CHICAGO (AP) — James B. Hensley, 18, rejected by his father and stepmother in Canton, 111., and refused a place to stay by another relative, had neither home nor job today. But there was a brighter side. He was out of federal custody, where he spent two weeks for lack of bus fare home, and his temporary guardian-4he office of the chief probation officer—was trying to find both a home and a job for him. Monday, the day after Hensley's 18th birthday, Judge Joseph Sam Perry of U .S. District Court recalled his own childhood and stepmother ahd placed the youth on probation. Judge Understands "Now I can understand why your stepmother is not too interested in having you home again," the judge told Hensley. "My mother died when I was 4 and I had a stepmother. I caused her ho end of grief." Hensley had earlier pleaded guilty, in Judge Perry's court to driving a stolen auto from Chicago to Cape Girardeau, Mo. But the judge withheld probation when he learned the youth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Hensley of Canton, had refused to send him the $5 .20 fare home. Federal authorities thought for a while Monday that Hensley would live with an uncle in suburban Midlothian and offered to pay his fare there. But the uncle refused to take the youth in, probation officers said. Man Injured in One-Car Mishap On Highway 150 Harold Jacobs, 56, of 935 Dayton Dr., is a patient in Cottage Hospital following a one - car accident Monday about 6:30 p.m., on U.S. 150, approximately one- fourth mile north of Henderson Corners. His condition was reported as good early this afternoon at the hospital. Jacobs, it was reported, was driving south when his car apparently went out of control. After traveling considerable distance along the steep, embankment, the car went down the embankment some 20 feet, sheared off a utility pole and nosed into the creek bed at about a 45 degree angle. The driver, it was reported by First and Puckett ambulance attendants, was pinned in the floor board area and assistance was required to remove him. Aid was necessary also for the attendants in returning up the embankment to the roadway with the injured man. Investigating trooper was Ralph Brown. No charge was listed in the preliminary report and it was indicated the accident still is under investgation. Priest Is Thrifty LOUGHBOROUGH, Eng. (UPI) —•Father Oliver Wilson of the Roman Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart asked engaged couples Monday to pay a cash deposit as a guarantee their friends will not throw confetti at the wedding. He said the money will be used for cleaning up the confetti, which is normally used to toss at a wedded couple in Britain instead of rice. Truck Driver Is Charged With Being Reckless DOLTON, 111. (AP) - A Hammond, Ind., truck driver has been charged with reckless homicide in the traffic death of a 3-year-old boy. David Clark, 3, was fatally crushed Monday under the rear wheels of a trailer truck driven by Steve Bartoszek, 44, of Hammond. Bartoszek was released on $5,000 bond. The accident occurred .at an intersection in Dolton, a south Chicago suburb. Tree of Life Resolution Signed WASHINGTON (UPI) - President Kennedy has signed into law a congressional resolution endorsing Detroit's invitation to the International Olympic Committee to stage the Summer Olympics in that city in 1968. With the Michigan congressional delegation and Detroit Mayor Jerome Cavanagh looking on, Kennedy also made a film endorsing the invitation Monday. The film will be shown to the committee at its Oct. 12 meeting in Baden-Baden, Germany. NOTE: Send pattern orders direct to Mew York. Watch addreu below. Orderi will NOT ba accepted at Galeaburg newspaper office. Discover the joy of crewel embroidery—do this panel In wool or 6-strand cotton. Crewel embroidery—so popular now I Simple stitches, authentic design. Pattern 637: transfer panel 16x20-inch; color chart; directions. Thirty-five centi in coins tor tms pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler,, care oi Galesburg Register-Mail, 74. Needlecraft Dept., P. O. Box 161. Old Chelsea Station. New York 11. N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER. NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE BIGGEST BARGAIN in Needlecraft History I New 1964 Needlecraft Catalog has over 200 designs, costs only 25c! A "must" if you knit, crochet, sew, weave, embroider, quilt, smock, do crewelwork. Hurry, send 25c right now. Historical NEW YORK (UPI) - Three hundred years ago the natives of Palmatia discovered a small bitter cherry growing wild. They called it marasca, after amarus '^-Latin for bitter. * From this cherry they developed a liquor they called maraschino. Today, maraschino cherries are made from the sweet Royal Anee cherries and preserved in sugar. Put the name still persists. This year, more than 300,000 barrels if the jewel-like fruit will grace American tables in everything from soup to sundaes. REAP THE CJwASSJFIEDSl GOP Leader Sees No Use For Session CHICAGO (UPI)—Cook County Republican Chairman Hayes Robertson said Monday Democrats were holding up action on reapportionment and a special legislative session would do no good. "I can't see how it would help the bottleneck we're in right now," Robertson, a candidate for the Republican nomination for governor, said. House Speaker John Lewis said Monday he would seek a special session of the legislature to empower the reapportionment commission to get a state Supreme Court ruling on whether Illinois House districts can include both Chicago and suburban Cook County. Republicans have contended that the state constitution requires that separate house districts be drawn up for Chicago, suburban Cook County and downstate. "Everyone seems to agree, except two or three Democratic leaders, that the constitution spells out that there shall be three divisions," Robertson said. "Why should anyone have to rule on the clear language of the constitution?" Robertson said. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! — NEIGHBORHOOD — BACKYARD SALE 413 N. WHITESBORO WED., Sept. 18—9 'ill dark Nothing sold before Wednesday. Clothing fox all — bassinette, furniture, knick-knack*, books, oil burner, step bumper for Chevy truck. SIDE YARD SALE 6 Miles South of Knoxville— 1 2 mile West to Delong.—9:00 to ??. THURSDAY, SEPT. 19 Children'* clothing and miscellaneous items. Not Responsible for Accidents GARAGE SALE 504 E. NEWMAN Knoxville, ill. WED., Sept. 18—9 A.M. til ?? Coffee table, women's and men's clothing, children's clothing, all Sizes. Not responsible for accidents. Market Reports Today New York Slocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral 22% Iowa P&L 56% Aldens 23% Johns-Man 47% Allegh Lud 41% Kcnnccott 76V4 Alld Chem 52% Kresge 24 Vt> Alld Strs 52% Kroger 29% Alls Chal 17% Lib McN 15V4 Alum Ltd 23% Lockhd 37V& Alcoa 64% Mar Oil 57% Am Air 28'A Maytag 37 ABC Pmt 34% Min Hnywl 129 Am Can 45Vi Minn Min 66V4 Am Cyan 61% Monsanto 57% Am M&F 19% Mont Ward 38% Am Mtrs 19% Morrell 24V4 Am T&T 124'/;. Nat Bis 55% Am Tob 27 V* Nat Can. 17% Anaconda Wh Nat Dairy 66 Armour 40% Nat Gyps 45% Atchison 29Nat Ld 75>/ 8 Avco 2G'/ 2 NYC 23 Bcndix 51% No Amn 52% Beth Stl 32% Nor Pac 46 Boeing 35% Nor St Pwr 36% Eorden 65'A Olin Math 41% Borg War 50Vz Outbd M 12% Case 9% Pac Tel 32% Catplr 43% Penney 45% Celanese 54% Penn RR 21 Cclotex 2614 Pepsi Cola 57'/ 2 Chi RI 26% Phil Pet 54% Chrysler 75% Piper Air 32 1 / 2 Cities Svc 66% Pure Oil 45% Coca Cola 102% Qua Oats 69% Colum Gas 29!£ RCA 72% Comm Ed 54 Rep Stl 42% Cons Ed 88% Revlon 44% Cont Can 45% Rexall 38 '/2 Cont Oil 65% Reyn Tob 38'/z Deere 63% Safeway 63% Diana 9% Schenley 22% Douglas 22% Sears 98'A Dow Chem 60% Shell Oil 46% Du Pont 249V 2 Simmons 42 1 & Eastman 11% Sinclair'48 El Auto Li 25% So Pac 35% Erie 3V* Sperry 15% Firestone 37% Sq D 45% Flintkt 22V4 Std Bds 7VA Ford Mtrs 56% SO Cal 68% Friden 45% SO Ind 65 Fruehauf 29*4 SO NJ 72V4 Gen Dyna 24% Stude 9 Gen El 82% Swift 39% Gen Fds 89 Texaco 71% Gen Mtrs 78% Texas Inst 88% Gen Tel 28% Un Carb 108% Goodrich 55% Un El 28% Goodyear 40% Un Pac 39% Grant WT 26% Unt Air L 37% Gt Nor 53% Utd Corp 8% Greyhound 45% Utd Fruit 24% Gulf Oil 50 Utd Gas 38% Homestake 51 US Gyps 88% Hupp 7% US Play C 25% 111 Cent 52% US Rub 48V 4 111 Pwr 39% US Stl 55% Inland Stl 45% West Un 32% IBM 458 Wstghs Ab 29% Int Harv 56% Wstghs El 39% Int Nick 65% Woolworth 73% Int Paper 35 Yng S&T 120 Int T&T 52% Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks higher in moderately ac tive trading. Bonds irregular. U.S. government bonds mixed in quiet trading. American stocks lower. Midwest stocks higher. Cotton futures steady. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, com, oats, rye and soybeans mixed. Hogs steady to weak, top 16.25; cattle barely steady, top 24.50; sheep steady, top 21.00; dressed beef steady to weak, top 43.25; dressed pork loins 50 to 1.00 lower, top 44.00. READ THE WANT ADS1 YARD SALE 90S E. MAIN—Knoxville, 111. Given by Mrs. Wayne Farrar WED. & THURS., Sept. 18-19 8 A.M. til ?? Furniture, dishes, fruit jars, clothing of all kind, many other miscellaneous. Basement Sole Wednesday, Sept. 18 385 Day St. 8 a.m. 'till ? Womens and Children! clothes, fruit jars etc. Yard Sale 103 Lincoln St. Wed., Sept. 18 9 a.m. 'til dark. Rain Date Thursday. All misc. articles plus Home Art Show. GIGANTIC YARD SALE 685 Peck St WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18 Two "Chicks" at the corner of Peck and Pearl, scratched, picked and cleaned—NOW they are ready to have a zeal clean sale. Lots of new and used boys' clothing, pool table, bicycles, games, toys, lots of nice things for mom and dad. Even the house is for sale, cheap too- Come make an offer. Not Responsible for Accidents Galesburg Hog Market Galesburg Order Buyers C. B. & Q. Stockyards Market steady to 10 cents lower. Bulk of Eastern shipping hogs $15.15-$15.40. Top $15.65. Quotations: 200-230 $14.90-$15.65 2"0-260 $14.60-$15.55 260-300 $14.25-$15.35 Sows: 300-500 $12.00-$14.50 Bushnell Livestock Market is unevenly lower. Top $15.50. 190-260 lbs., $15.00-$15.35; sows steady; bulking at $12.75$14.50; Top $14.75. Cattle steady; lambs steady. Tomorrow's Estimates CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) — Official estimated livestock receipts for Wednesday are 12,000 cattle, 5,000 hogs and 500 sheep. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) — (USDA) — Interior Illinois hog prices (State-Federal); Receipts 24,000; steady to 25 lower; 1-3 190250 lb butchers 14.75-15.40; 1-2 200230 lbs 15.35-15.75; 1-3 280-350 lb sows 14.00-14.25; limited volume 14.50-14.75; 1-3 350-400 lbs 13.0014.00; 2-3 400-500 lbs 12.00-13.00; 2-3 500-600 lbs 11.00-12.00. Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (AP)—(USDA)Hogs 3,700; 1-2 200-230 lb butchers 15.75-16.00; about 100 head 1-2 200220 lbs 16.00; mixed 1-3 190-270 lbs 15.25-15.75. Cattle 600; choice 900-1,200 lb slaughter steers 24.00-24.25; mixed good and choice 900-1,300 lbs 23.00-24.00; choice 850-950 slaughter heifers 23.00-23.25; good and choice 775-1,000 lbs 21.50' 23.00; calves 10; good and choice vealers 24.00-27.00 Sheep 240; good and coice 85 108 lb spring lambs 17.50-18.50; Cull to good slaughter ewes 2.00 5.00. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA)— Hogs 6,000; butchers steady to weak; 1-2 200-230 lb butchers 16.00-16.25; mixed 1-3 190-260 lbs 15.50-16.00; 2-3 250-285 lbs 15.3515.75; mixed 1-3 300-350 lb sows 14.50-15.00; 350-400 lbs 14.00-14.50; 400-450 lbs 13.50-14.00; 2-3 450-500 lbs 13.25-13.75; 500-625 lbs 12.75 13.25. Cattle 2,500; calves none; slaughter steers barely steady; choice 1,000-1,275 lb slaughter steers 23.75-24.50; good 900-1,250 lbs 22.25-23.25; a load of high choice and prime 1,000 lb heifers 24.00; bulk choice 825-1,050 lbs 22.75-23.75; good 21.75-22.50; util ity and commercial cows 14.50 16.25; utility and commercial bulls 17.00-19.00. Sheep 500; spring slaughter lambs steady; several lots choice and prime 90-110 lb spring slaugh- Bake and Backyard Sale 250 N. Pearl Wed., Sept. 18-9 to ?? Sponsored by Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary No. 2257 NEIGHBORHOOD SALE 1672 N. Kellogg Wednesday, Sept. 18 9 a.m. 'til 5 Good winter clothes, furniture and misc. BACKYARD SALE WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18 Antiques, Lawn Sweeper, Clothes, adults teens and infants. Dishes, Guinea pigs. 836 S. CHAMBERS Not Responsible for Accidents Backyard Sale St. Margaret's Guild GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH at 3056 LINCOLN PARK DRIVE September 18 9 till ? Nothing sold before 9. All kinds of misc. items. Backyard & Rummcge Sales, etc. Must be in our office 12 noon day before ad runs. Coll 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail ter lambs 21.00; good and choice 18.00-20.00; cull to good shorn slaughter ewes 4.00-6.00. Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (AP)- Prev. High Low Close close Wheat High Sep 1.93% 1.90% 1.93% 1.91% Dec 1.97 1.93% 1.95% 1.95 Mar I.991 /2 1.96 1.98% 1.97% May 1.95% 1.92% 1.94% 1.93% Jul 1.65'A 1.62V4 1.64 1.63% 1964 Sep 1.67% 1.64% 1.66% 1.65% Corn Sep 1.32V4 1.29 1.30% 1.30% Dec 1.17 1.15'A 1.16% 1.15% Mar 1.21 1.18% 1.19% 1.19% May 1.23V4 1.20 7 / 8 1.21% 1.21 Jul 1.25 1.22% 1.23% 1.23% Oats Sep .66% .66'A .66% .66% Dec .70 .69% .69% .69% Mar .71% .71% .71% .71% May .71 'A .71% .71% .71% Jul .68% .67 7 /s .67% .68 Rye Sep 1.50% 1.40% 1.48% 1.40% Dec 1.50". 1.43% 1.49% 1.43 Mar 1.50% 1.43% 1.49% 1.43% May 1.49'/ 2 1.42 1.48 1.41% Jul 1.38 '/4 1.34 1.36% 1.33% Soybeans Sep 2.69% 2.59% 2.65 2.60% Nov 2.69% 2.59% 2.66 2.60% Jan 2.74 2.63% 2.70 2.64% Mar 2.77 2.66% 2.74 2.67% May 2.79% 2.69% 2.76 2.70% Jul 2.80</ 2 2.70% 2.76% 2.71% Aug 2.78 2.67% 2.73% 2.68% Grain Futures CHICAGO (AP) - Profit taking weakened wheat futures on the Board of Trade today after more than two weeks of successive advances for the bread grain. The downturn followed Monday's sharp rise in grain futures prices based on news of Russia's large scale-buying of wheat and wheat flour from Canada. Losses in wheat today ranged up to a cent a bushel with offerings rather well absorbed. Transactions in corn and soybeans were mixed around the opening with a fair demand for corn and the distant soybean contracts. Rye showed the most strength with prices up fractionally. Wheat was % to 1 cent a bushel lower, September $1.91%; corn % lower to % higher, September $1.31%; oats unchanged to Vs lower, September 66% cents; rye V* FOR SALE 1—General Electric Oil Furnace. 1—275-Gal. Oil Tank; about 100 ft. pipe. 1158 JEFFERSON ST. Phone 342-1326 COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insured — Free Estimates POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan 8-2103 Gilson. 111. Galesburg, 111. - 342-6234 to % higher, September $1.40% and soybeans % lower to % higher, September $2.60%. Galesburg Grain Market Consumers Grain ft Supply Co. Corn $1.21 old, $1.06 new Oats $ .62 Soybeans $2.48 new DeForcst Feed & Seed Co. Wheat $1.84 Corn $1.21 Oats $ .62 Soybeans $2.47 new Chicago Cash Grain CHICAGO( AP) - No wheat, corn or soybean sales. Oats No 1 extra heavy white 71%. Soybean oil Van. At the close wheat was %-l% higher, September $1.93%; corn % higher, to % lower, September $1.30%-%; oats unchanged to % higher, September 66%-% cents; rye 3-8% cents higher, September $1.48%, and soybeans 4%-6%higher, September $2.65. Final Grain Review CHICAGO (AP)-The grain futures markets spurted higher late today on reports that Russia had defaulted on sales of grain to Western Europe. The unconfirmed reports apparently stemmed from Russia's purchases of record amounts of wheat from Canada to meet its own requirements. Russian grains have been hard hit by adverse weather conditions. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 1 car, corn 38, oats 1, rye none, barley 14, soybeans none. Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI)—Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages: 30 indus 741.72 up 3.26 20 rails 173.04 up 0.10 15 utils 143.29 off 0.26 65 stocks 263.50 up 0.60 Eggs and Poultry Knoxville Road, Galesburg Red Rowe, Hatchery Large clean Eggs 22c Under grade Eggs 16c Leghorn Hens 3c Heavy Hens 7c FOR RENT Spacious nicely decorated office rooms. Excellent location. Immediate possession. Call 342-1191 before S P.M. 343-9856 MIXED HAY WANTED Call or see—Bill Bo wen, care Wertheimer Cattle Co., Inc.— CBbO STOCKYARDS Galesburg, 111.—Tel. 343-5612 WANTED Man for year around farm work. Musi be experienced with livestock and machinery. Reliable. Modern 6 room house on school bus route. Carl Seller, Oneida, 111. 483-2002. Antique Auction - Furniture CORBIN'S FURNITURE STORE - 565 N. WEST ST. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18th - 7:00 P.M. We will sell the following furniture and antiques: 2—Antique period style chairs; spool legged drop-leaf table; spool legged table; child's rocker; high chair; chest with swivel mirror; Edison cylinder type Victrola; bracket lamp complete with reflector; several kero lamps; few dishes; hall tree; old office desk and chair, several sad irons; several other antique pieces. Now listed in furniture—2-pc. living room suite; contour chair; club chair; child's rolltop desk and chair; combination radio and record player and records; pedestals; pineapple poster bed; dresser; 2 metal twin size beds complete; swivel office chair; plastic headboard for full size bed; electric refrigerator; cabinet base; small wrought iron desk; coffee table; automatic washer, boys' bicycle; combination storm and screen door, set of permastone molds; 1/3 H.P. electric motor, 2—\' 4 H.P. motors; windows, and other items too numerous to mention. CORBIN'S- AUCTION SERVICE KENT and COOK. Auctioneers—Phone 343-9033 FREDERICK.ERICKSON—Clerk We can use a little more good merchandise on this Auction. I£ you have anything of value to sell, bring it to Corbins by Wednesday noon or call 343-9033. As it is getting near the fall rainy season—always plan your auction at Corbins heated pavilion where you are assured of a good sale ref ardless of weather. A well planned Auction never costs, it pays, 'hone 343-9033 for this kind of return. WARREN COUNTY LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALES. INC. LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALE EVERY THURSDAY Starting Promptly at 12 O'clock Noon Garald B. Fisher, Owner and Manager Phone 734-2916 or 734-6611 Monmouth, Illinois ADVANCE LISTINGS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 24 Choice native Hereford yearling steers, green, wt. around 725 lbs 18 Choice native Angus steer and heifer calves, wt. around 425 lbs. 30 Good to choice native mixed steers and heifer, wt. around 525 lbs 50 Good to choice Hereford heifer calves, wt. around 425 lbs. to sell in load lots. 45 Good to choice Hereford yearling steer wt. around 700 lbs. to sell in load lots. 43 Choice native Angus and Hereford steers, wt. around 875 lbs. Fleshy. 170 Hybred shoats wt. from 60 to 85 lbs. vacc. 105 Hamp shoats wt. around 70 lbs. vacc, to sell in one lot. 85 Hamp shoats, wt. around 90 lbs. Hogs from other sale barns will not be accepted. STOCKER AND FEEDER CATTLE OFFERED AT PRIVATE SALE DAILY 75 Good to choice heifer calves, wt. around 425 to 450 lbs. 75 Good to choice yearling steers, wt. from 675 lbs. to 750 lbs. — AUCTIONEERS HAROLD SACKMAN MORTON PRATT Wall Strati NEW YORK (AP)-Trie stock market churned toward another record peak late this afternoon with prices moving irregularly higher. Trading was active. Volume for the day was estimated at 4.9 million shares compared with 4.74 million Monday. Gains of fractions to a point or better outnumbered losers. Chrysler paced motors to a rally, rising more than 2 and overtaking Studebaker, the volume leader of the past few sessions. Studebaker was active but unchanged. Ford, General Motors and American Motors added fractions. The averages were bolstered by gains of around a point by Du Pont, Jersey Standard and General Electric. IBM added 4, Xerox 3 and Control Data more than a point. Heavily traded and ahead around a point were Bulova. Tidewater Oil, Socony-Mobil and Kor- vette. Steels remained mixed. Tobaccos staged an uneven recovery. Rails were a mixture of small gains and losses. Polaroid and U.S. Smelting were down about a point each. Prices on the American Stock Exchange were mixed. Corporate bond prices were lower. U.S. government issues were mostly unchanged. Transportation Departures Effective April *S ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME BarllAgtofi, EMiboapd 8 Fast Mail —„—^..^.3«9 a. 30 AkSarBen —*—*5:88 a. 10 Denver Zephyr -.7:52 a. 2 Local — 8:80 * 18 California Zephyr — 12:31 p. 12 Nebraska Zephyr —7*8 p Burlington. Waaibound 3 to Omaha, Lincoln —1:4§ *. 55 to Kansaa City -1:68 a. 7 to Denver A .».^.»3:85 a. 33 to Kansas City ^-3:00 p. 11 to Omaha, Lincoln ...3:10 p. 17 to California ..~~-..6:32 p 1 to Denver 8:22 p. Santa Fa, Eattbound 20 Chief , 4:40 a. 16 Texas Chief 6:40 a. 18 Super Chief- El Capitan* ^..11:10 a. 2 S.F. Chief* 11:48 a. 124 Grand Canyon ——..2:20 p. 12 Chicagoan .—..—5:80 p. Sania Fa, Waslbound 9 K.. C. Chief 2:38 m. m. TO. m. nt. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI)—Produce: Live poultry special fed White Rock fryers 18^-20; roasters 2324. Cheese processed loaf 39^-44; brick 39 '/2 -43V£; Swiss Grade A 5055; B 49-53. Butter steady; 93 score 59; 92 score 59; 90 score 58; 89 score 56. Eggs steady; white large extras 4iy 2 ; mixed large extras 40; mediums 36; standards 34Vfe. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! FOR RENT 3-BEDROOM RANCH In quiet southeast location near schools. Very desirable surroundings. 1 -yr. lease required. Will consider responsible party only. Inquire evenings at 1051 MAIDEN LANE .19 Chief ... "-H 122 Grand Canyon .-3.30 1 S.F. Chief* ,«-~-7:05 15 Texas Chief 8:5 s 17 Super Chief- . El Capitan* 10:25 P- »• •—Flagstop Osark, Northbound 140 to Chicago* 64 to Chicago* :« Ozark, Souihbomnd 141 to St. Louis •* 12:29 143 to St. Louis ...-»*» •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday *US SCHEDULES Westbound To West Coast 6:30 To West Coast 1:20 To West Coast 8:45 Eaiibound To East Coast 12:01 To East Coast 800 Southbound To St. Louis -_-1000 Northbound To Peoria —1:15 To Davenport 930 m. m. m. m. m. ro m. m. m. a. m. m. m. ICE CREAM SOCIAL Coldbrook School P.T.A. FRIDAY, SEPT. 20 Homemade pia or caka and Beverage — 35c Serving 5:30 to 9. CLOSING OUT SALE HARDWARES, PAINTS, LUMBER, MILLWORK. HOG HOUSES, FEEDERS, ETC. All Items Less 25% OFF R. E. DAVIDSON Lumber & Hardware Co. Henderson, III. PUBLIC SALE Owing to the death of my husband I will sell the following at' Public Auction at farm located 1 mile East of Berwick and V< mil* north or 6 miles west of Abingdon on Berwick-Abingdon blacktop road and >/« mile north on Thursday, September 19, 1963 At 12:00 O'CLOCK SHARP 45 - HEAD OF CATTLE - 45 3 Registered Angus cows with calves at side; 12 young Angus cows; 8 Hereford stock cows; 18 calves; 1 Registered Angus bull. HOGS , 87 Head of feeder shoats—vaccinated. MACHINERY 1955 I.H.C. 400 Tractor, big sleeves and pistons, fast hitch, new j rubber one year ago; 1941 I.H.C. M tractor; 1944 Ford tractor; Ford loader; Ford plow; Ford cultivator; I.H.C. 4-row cultivator; I.H.C. No. 8 3-14 plow on rubber; Kewanee 10' wheel disc; Kewanee 4-sec harrow; I.H.C. 7' mower extra good; J.D. No. 494 planter with aldrin attachments; Endgate-seeder; I.H.C. tractor spreader; John Bean 8- row mounted sprayer; I.H.C. 2-M picker; Massey-Harris 6' combine; large tank for hauling water; I.H.C. post hole digger, fast hitch; heathouser for I.H.C. tractor, grain auger with gas motor; 50' corn elevator with elec. motor; Mall chain saw; Ford tractor chains; hydraulic wagon hoist; hoist for Ford tractor; 2 rubber tired gears with flare boxes; 300 gal. gas tank and stand; hydraulic ram; 2 self feeders; 1 hog waterer; 1 stock tank with 2 hog waterers; 2 elec. fence chargers; cattle feed bunk; 1 boys bicycle, 26". Small items too numerous to mention. 1 gas range. Car—1948 Mercury 4-dr. car. Admiral 17" TV & stand, china closet, cabinet base, red davenport extra long, Warm Morning heater large, Coronado white stove, wood or coal, gas range. 300 gal. gas tank and stand. FEED 700 bu. oats more or less; 2100 bales more or less mixed alfalfa and clover hay. Hay. Some corn. TERMS - CASH Not Responsible for Accidents Lunch on Grounds Mrs. Edward T. Cramer, Owner Auctioneers—LEWIS G. MARKS and MICHAEL MARKS Clerks—CARROLL MARKS and KEITH BROWN PUBLIC SALE At tha farm located 4 miles Wast of Viola and Va mile South, on Saturday, Sept. 21,1963 STARTING AT 1:00 O'CLOCK HEAD OF CATTLE 15 — 15 One Guernsey milk cow, 6 years old, milking now and due to freshen in January; one Holstein heifer, coming to her second calf in October; three head of Angus heifers due to calve in the spring; ten head of feeder calves, weighing from 200 to 300 pounds on grain, seven of which are Angus. All breeding stock have been tested for Bang's and found free of disease. 50 HEAD OF TRIPLE A LEGHORN PULLETS, Due to Start Laying. FARM EQUIPMENT 1949 Allis Chalmers "WD" Tractor; 1949 John Deere "B" Tractor, completely rebuilt engine: Allis Chalmers Mounted 2-Bottom Plow; Allis Chalmers 2-Row Cultivator; Allis Chalmers 2-Row Mounted Picker; Allis Chalmers Pull Type Combine; John Deere "No. 5" Mower; Flare Box Wagon; 2—Hay Frames; John Deere 2-Botlom Pull Type Plow; John Deere "290" Planter with Fertilizer Attachment; 2-Ton Automatic Hog Feeder, almost new; la-Ton Automatic Hog Feeder; 400-Pound Pig Creep, almost new; Hand Corn Sheller with motor; 4—Double Hog Houses, 6x12. Many Hog Troughs and Water­ ers; many Hog Gates, 12x14: 2-Wheel Farm Trailer; Portable Cattle Loading Chute on rubber; Minneapolis-Moline Side Delivery Rake; New Idea Manure Spreader; International Harvester 8-Ft. Tandem Disc; Chain Saw; 30-Ft. Corn Elevator. Other items too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH LUNCH ON GROUNDS DONALD SAUSBERRY Owner ROLLAND LINDSEY and ROBERT LINDSEY, Auctioneer* DALE NELSON. 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