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f Cawell, Forrest Powell Lyte Fite patriek and Gene Hunt BOSTON (UPt)~Services were pending today for Dr. George Gilbert Smith, 79, "a retired Boston surgeon and former head of the urological department at Massachusetts General Hospital. He died Wednesday. EUGENIE A. StCMEL STAMFORD, Conn, (UPI)-Eugene A, Sichel, 97, the oldest member of the New York Stock Exchange in years and in terms of membership, died Thursday. COMDR. W. L. SPOONER LONDON (UPD—Deputy Commander W. L. Spooner, 59, a top British detective specializing in murder investigations, died Wednesday night after a long illness. CARROLL M. CREAMER NEW YORK (UPD — Carroll M. Creamer, 61, assistant vice president ot Universal C.I.T. Corp., died Thursday in Memorial Hospital after an illness of several months. DR. FRANKLIN I. SHEEDER NEW YORK (UPD — The Rev. Dr. Franklin I. Sheeder, 68, general secretary of the division of publications of the United Church of Christ for homeland ministries, died here Thursday. _ ._. 4 JUDGE EDWIN R. HICKLIN WAPELLO, Iowa (UPD — Retired U.S. r District Court Judge Edwin R. Hicklin, 68, died Thursday in a Burlington, Iowa, hospital. HENRY C. JAMES OLNEY, 111. (UPD - Henry C. James, 84, Newton, head of a family of nationally-known auctioneers, died Thursday in Richland Memorial Hospital in Olney. MISS BERTHA M. CHAMBERS Funeral services 'for Miss Bertha M. Chambers, 67, of 388 Arnold St.. who HiM I 1 4 Monuments 4^4 and Mausoleums McFAU MONUMENTS Wisconsin Ruby Red Phone 342-6512 Main St Galesburg. OL AUTHORIZED DEALER Ml MIDI Chas. E. (Chat) Wilmoth 188 N. Chambers St. 4 FUNERAL: 2:30 P.M. - SATURDAY AT FIRST & PUCKETT CHAPEL. REV. DONALD PETERSON. COMMITTAL: MEMORIAL PARK. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening. 96 North Chombers St. GALESBURG, ILLINOIS BTAKWW I Ml 4 4 1 Mr. John KokenoloupU 1356 Clark St. Services: 2 P.M. i- SATURDAY at FOt ^Y MORTUARY REV. E. ARAMBIGES, OFFICIATING. friends may call at the Foley Mortuary this evening. Burial in Memorial Park Cemetery. were held today at 1:30 p.m. in the First and Puckett Funeral Home, Rev. Donald Peterson officiating. Mrs. Clifford Pearson was organist. Burial was in East Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Leroy Wallace/ Charles Dickerson, Clifford Young and Charles Sands. LAURENCE (LG) JOHNSON Funeral services for Laurence (LG) Johnson, 63, of 456 N. Cherry St., who died Wednesday, were held today at 2 p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, Rev. Constant Johnson officiating. Mark Holmberg was organist. Burial was in Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Walter and Clifford Johnson, Harry Josefson, Rudy Anderson, H. Ralph Wolfe and Harold Ward. MRS. JOSEPH NEMETH Solemn Requiem High Mass was celebrated today at 10 a. m. in Corpus Christi Church for Mrs. Joseph Nemeth, 77, of 755 W. Berrien St., who died Tuesday. Rev. A. Curran was celebrant of the Mass. Rev. John Horan and Rev. Joans Callanan were deacon and sub-deacon, respectively. Burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were grandsons of Mrs. Nemeth and included Mark, Terry and' John Nemeth, Michael Johnson, Richard Reavy, David Hare and Stephen Snodgrass. The Women's Catholic Order of Forresters provided an honorary escort for the services. Members were Mrs. Clifford Dunsworth, Mrs. Elmer Kann, Mrs. Richard Greene, Mrs. Frank Laule, Mrs. W. P. Popplett and Mrs. T. F. Marry. CLIFFORD CRATEN BUSHNELi/ — Clifford Craten, 62, who has managed cafeterias in the Bushrtell - Prairie City School system a rfttnhbfer 6t yeafs, died Thursday afternoon in his home. Mr. Craten was bom Dec. 22, 1903, in Canton. He was married to the former Jessie Mae Harland, who died Sept. 29, 1955. Services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Methodist Church at Bttshnell, with Rev. Henry Cox officiating. Burial will be in the Temple Cemetery near Table Grove. Friends may call Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Craycraft Funeral Home. There are no immediate family survivors. Howard Harland of Adair and Dale Harland, Ft. Dix, N. J., are nephews of Mr. Craten. Scholarships Awarded Two Knox Students Two Knox Coltege students have been selected as recipients of Mueller Co. Scholarships for the 1963-64 academic year, according to an announcement here today. Chosen were Joseph E. Wannamaker, Alton, and Steven L. Mek e e I, Phoenix, Ariz. Wannamaker is a junior at Knox, while Mekeel is enrolling this fall as a freshman. The awards carry a stipend of $1,000. Established in 1857, the Mueller Co. manufactures distribution and service products for the water and gas industries. The company has major plants in Decatur, Tennessee and California. Choose Heads Of Retailing Career Week James L. Palmer, president of Marshall Field & Co., and Ray Page, state superintendent of public instruction, today were appointed co-chairmen for Illinois Careers in Retailing Week scheduled for Oct. 21-26. Palmer and Page accepted the co-chairmanships through appointment by the Illinois Retail Merchants Association, in charge of the week-long observance. Detailed plans for the Statewide observance will be announced soon. Palmer, in accepting the appointment, emphasized the essential role retailing plays in America's economy. He pointed out that within Illinois about 100,000 retail stores employ nearly half a million people. Annual retail sales in this state amount to MRS. FLORA POLK Mrs. Flora Polk, 58, of 227 W. Waters St., died today at 10:40 a.m. in St. Mary's Hospital, where she had been a patient since Sept. 9/ Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Fletcher and McDougald Funeral Hom<*. F ^ f MRS, ZANY HUTSON ' KNOXVILLE — Funeral services for Mrs. Zany Hutson, 75, of 151 Eastside Square, Knoxville, who died Wednesday, were held today at 2 p.m. in the Klinck Chapel, Rev. John H. Clarke officiating. Mrs. Irene Sherman was organist. Burial was in the Maquon Cemetery. Pallbearers were nephews of Mrs. Hutson and included A. D. Omahundr/o, Harlan and Lloyd Parking Lot For St. Mary's Hospital Open A parking lot in the 200 block on South Prairie Street for St. Mary's Hospital employes and patients' visitor was opened Thursday. The lot, containing 46 spaces, will not be open to the public. .Cost of acquiring the land, Which contained two residences that were razed, and construction and lighting ran to approximately $42,000, it yas reported by Sister M. Concepta, the hospital administrator. The lot is located east of the hospital laundry and across the street from Corpus Christi Catholic Church. Man Chang SAN Plans f. (UPD The Flower Shop at Ferris-Long Greenhouse DIAL 343-2419 KIMBER WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Yean Mrs. Mary Rouse, who just returned from a trip to Europe, told the City Council Thursday to disregard an application from her son to build an auto race track on her property. While she was abroad, she explained, she gave her son George power of attorney. On returning, she found that he had been racing cars and motorcycles on the land — and has filed the application to build a race track. The William T. Knowlts Peoria, III. Formerly of Galesburg. Flu Is Expected WASHINGTON (UPD Public Health Service, predicting sporadic outbreaks of influenza this winter, has urged "high risk groups" to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Surgeon General Luther L. Terry said Thursday that flu is par- to pregnant women, and persons suffering from chronic ailments such as heart trouble and pulmonary disorders. ticularly dangerous and 1 P.M. Funeral: SATURDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL, Friends may call at the chapel Saturday morning until service time. •V MuNU MENTf 1 k * r H INCH UP Fa SON FUNERAL HOME am/CHAPEL W N. Broad Phone 143-2101 MR. HERMAN A. HOLSCHER - 975 Beecher Ave. Services 9:30 A.M. Saturday at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. ' Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Rosary will be said at 8:15 P.M. . ALFRED L. LINPQUIST - 1625 E. Fremont St. Services 1:30 P.M. Saturday at the chapel at the First Methodist Church. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. MR. ELDON L. MARTIN ~ 1337 N. Broad St. Services 3:30 P.M. Saturday at the First Christian Church. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the First Christian Church Memorial Fund. $14 billion. Opportunities Increasing "Opportunities to succeed through a satisfying career in retailing are increasing. They are in diversified phases of the industry, thus making retailing attractive and interesting to young people seeking satisfying careers/' Palmer said. In his role as co-chairman for the October event, Page announced, "Educators are vitally interested in helping students make wise career choices. Too often retailing has been referred to as a business of 'things.' Today it must be recognized as an American industry that serves 'people' and is worthy of full consideration by those who seek satisfying, rewarding careers." E-W Tollway Extension Report Asked HINSDALE, 111. (AP)-A report on studies of a proposed extension of the East-West Tollway has been voted by the Illinois Tollway Advisory Committee. The committee of lawmakers and public members, which is advisory to the Illinois State Toll Highway Commission, made the request of Wilbur Smith and Associates Thursday at an organizational meeting in Hinsdale. Last month the commission decided against further feasibility studies on extending the tollway unless additional sources of revenue could be found. The Smith firm and others have supplied the commission with studies on the proposed 95-mile extension from Aurora to Fulton on the Mississippi River. Appointment Is Made to Fill Police Vacancy A vacancy in the ranks of the Galesburg Police Department, caused by the recent resignation of Officer Eugene Kennedy, has been filled, it has been announced by Richard J. Dickerson, chairman of the Board of Fire and Police Commissioners. Forrest Duane Kilpatrick, 24, of 784 Beecher Ave., will begin his duties next Monday, it was stated today by Chief William Miller. Following a period of orientation, Kilpatrick, who will be on a probation period for one year, will be given a shift assignment. The new police officer is married and has two children. He has been employed as a route man for the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Auto Accident Of Week Ago Takes 3rd Life JACKSONVILLE, 111. (AP)-An auto mishap last Friday night near Roodhouse has claimed a third victim, Darwin R. Chapman, 20. Chapman, who died Thursday night in a Jacksonville hospital, was one of five young men returning to their homes in Roodhouse from a high school football game when their auto ran off a country road. The accident killed outright Henry Hannaford, 22, and Virgil Nebergall, 19, died the following night. District 205 Receives Share Of State Aid School District 205 received $814,942.55 as It share of state aid for frtJMB. The total received by Knox County was slightly in excess of $1,200,000. Ray Page, state superintendent of public instruction, Tuesday certified amended claims for state aid to 1,488 Illinois school districts amounting to $174,720.800.72 for the 1962-63 year. David Read, assistant superintendent in charge of finance for District 205, said that the revenue goes directly into the educational fund and is used for educational purposes only. He pointed out that since the enrollment is higher in the district this year, the amount of state aid should be higher for lP°3-64. The amount is based on average daily attendance of the schools and the assessed valuation of the school districts. Gatesbur tyteshurg P^ter Mall LUC AX. CASH RATE ttffectlvt Apfli l. 1953 Word* 7-day* 4-day« i-dflj RJENTAL Jed Out-of-town) 500 Card of Chunk* In Memoriam* Lodge Nottctm •inch or lea no* Male ffelf WfliitedM DEADLINE SERVICE REPAIR MAN frltferators. This la * permanent assignment in A larfa ortfimlzAtlon, pnom SHAMMO GROUP INSURANCE 40-HOUR WEEK 5-DAY WEEK ALL PAID HOLIDAYS Write Box 812 Care Register-Mail Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. Card of Thanks Men Wanted Action Under Dram Shop Act Filed in Court A suit for $20,000 damages under the Dram Shop Act has been filed in Knox County Circuit Court. Plaintiff in the action is Cordelia Yelm, with Sam Tucker, doing business as Sam's Tap, Williamsfield, as defendant It was alleged by the plaintiff that large quantities of alcoholic liquors were sold and served or given to her husband Sept. 29, 1962, at the tavern, causing him to become intoxicated. Later the same day her husband was driving a car on a country road, approximately 1% miles east of Williamsfield, and because of his intoxication, he drove his car off the road and it was upset. Yelm died Oct. 6, 1962, from injuries received in the accident, the complaint stated. Hutmacher Gives Building Permit For Clinic A building permit has been issued by Oscar Hutmacher, city building inspector, for expansion of Dr. Dale V. Glendenning's Chiropractic clinic at 672 W. Main St. Dr. Glendenning said today that the present floor space will be enlarged by about 50 per cent. He will have two treating rooms, instead of the present one, and he expects the addition will speed handling of patients by some 40 per cent. The exterior will be brick veneer with the upper quarter of redwood. Patients will enter at ground level, rather than climbing stairs as they now do. Size of the addition is 37x38 feet, and estimated cost is $9,300. JOHNSON. Mr«. Selm* — We are deeply grateful for the many cards, flowers and other expressions of sympathy at the time of our recent sorrow. Also our thanks to Dr. Bronny. Rev. Clnrke, pallbearer**, singers and organist. The Family. OUR sincere thanks to our friends and relatives for their many cards, visits, gifts and flowers, also those who helped in any way to make our 4oth Anniversary, Sept. 15th, such a memorable day. Mr. and Mrs. Rosa Dunlevey Rt. 3, Galesburg SMITH, Giles N.—We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the acts of kindness, messages of sympathy and beautiful floral offerings received from our kind friends and neighbors during our recent bereavement, the loss of our beloved husband, father and brother. We especially thank the Cottage Hospitnl personnel, Klinck Mortuary and Rev. Clark. Wife, Sons, Brothers and Sister Lodge Notices Galesburg Commandery No 8 49 N. Prairie St. STATED Conclave Monday, Sept. 23rd, at 7:30 p.m. Dinner by reservation at 6:30 p.m. Reservations can be made by calling 378-6627 or 342-5934 by Sunday evening, Entertainment for the Indies. John G. Sutor, Comm. E. Bernard Schenck, Rcc. Lost and Found—1 GONE rott GOOD? Not If you quickly placa • LOST AD hone 342-9161. Business Service—2 We have several openings which must be filled immediately! These openings are full time permanent employment in a leading local industry, for men over 23 who have their military obligations behind them. Apply 2140 Grand Ave., Friday, Sept. 20, 12 to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 21. 8:30 to 4 p.m.. Monday, Sept. 23, 12 to 4:30 p.m. MAN wanted for mill and delivery work. Farm experience preferred. References required Abingdon Milling Co., Ph. AO. LAWN BUILDING Now is the time to do SOMETHING about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whiterock B. J. MARTIN—342-0821 REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you pleases us. WE APPRECIATE your business. Call us anytime. Citywide Rubbish Removal. 343-8005 or 3434138 WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products t Gas - ol) furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork Free estimates. 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Public Square 343-0535 Nfte 343-5404 GOOD COAL SALE September only. Stoker, lump. $10 ton, 5-ton orders. Washed, oiled, chemically treated. Special trash rates. 342-2075. R. Watts, Key Figure in Church Merger Is Found Hanged For All PLUMBING NEEDS caU Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. — 343-6813 NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners Used stokers, gutter work 135 N Seminary 343-231B. Transportation—3 WANTED dishwasher, morning or evening shift. Apply In person, Barrow's Restaurant, 1A50 N. Henderson. Phone .142-2313. SALES reprpsentMlvn for nationally known Fertilizer com- E nny. Young man with farm ackground and college degree preferred. Salary, bonus plan, automobile and expenses. Please reply to Box 774, care Register- Mail, Galesburg, 111. HOUSE and yard man. In country near Peorln. Single pensioner preferred. State experience, give 2 references In first letter, Good home for right party. Write Box 803. care Register-Mail, NEED HELP? Find the best through a wider choice Phone 342-5161 to Dlaoe vour WANT AP LEAD guitar player or piano- organ player wnnted. For rock 'n roll Playboy Band, Ph. 3436834 after 5:30 p.m. CONTACT MAN Credit organization needs local man to Introduce new Credit Plan to Business and Pro/easlon- ai men 50 mile radius. 1/ you have sold Specialties, Food Plans, Books. Memorials, or have credit experience, this Is an unusual opportunity for you. Permanent and must have car. High Commission-Bonus arrangement with advancement opportunity. $125 weekly Draw qualified man. Write Box S18, % Reglater-Mal!. MAN or woman to train as manager. Present family security program; part time considered. Oak Lawn. 342-5319 for appointment 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 810, care Register-Mail. MAN to service route in Knox County area. Home every nl<?ht, 22 through 35, married. $118 weekly Phone? 343-0343. TV SERVICEMAN Must be experienced. Apply in person. Blacks TV, 62 S. Kcl- logg. WANTED — Experienced man for year around farm work. References required. Art Wolford, Abingdon, III. Phone 8124 or_89. Female Help Wanted—€ Cood days. 111. WAITRESS hours, good pay, 8 holl- Frlendly Cafe, Abingdon, NEW The Rev. DRIVER WANTED to Reno, Nevada, leaving about October 1st. References exchanged. Box 802, care Galesburg Register- Mail. Personal-Special Notice—4 BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 18 Public Square. Bargains In clothing, appliances nnd furniture AVON PRODUCTS If interested in buying or sell* Ing, Call 342-0360 Dr. Franklin L. Sheeder, 68, a key figure in negotiations which led to a national church merger six years ago, was found hanged Thursday in his hotel room. Police said today the death is under investigation as an apparent suicide. They said Dr. Sheeder, who lived in Philadelphia and College- viile, Pa., was visiting here. He had been in bad health for several years. Dr. Sheeder was general secretary of the division of publications of the United Church of Christ Board for Homeland Ministries. He was prominent in negotiations between the Evangelical and Reformed Church and the Congregational Christian . ^ ^£*JL**v£Z I world-Famous Cartoonist form the United Church of Christ. WANTED — Couples to learn Western style square dancing. Come to the YMCA Jungle room Saturday, Sept. 21, fl till 11 P.M. Male Help Wantcd-5 LOCAL concern has opening for person with the following qualifications. Married, age 23 to 40 and at least a high school f iraduate. Salary is open. For nterview call 343-4402 after 4:30 p.m. KNOX FRATERNITY DESIRES OLDER WOMAN AS HOUSEMOTHER For coming school term. For Information send resume to Box 815, care Register-Mali. WANTED —Lady or middleaged couple to babysit with 2 school age children and housekeeping duties in exchange for 3-room furnished apt. Call H42-U01 before ft P.M. ;M3-Q44f) evening*. FOUNTAIN Lady wanted—good hours, meal* and uniforms furnished. Apply In person after 10 A.M. American Beauty Restaurant, 308 E. Main St. WANTED: Respectable middle- aged lady to live tn with elderly lady and do light housework. References exchanged. Phone 343-2758. WOMAN to keep house for elderly gentleman, in small town near Galesburg. Live in. More for home than wages. Ph. 3438706 or 342-4576. Mai*, FMMI * ff#ff Wmmi f HEti WAN Henderson A D«?fd***34i*0l4L EARN-*t.79 Mt hOtir Ift ?6ut •par* tim«. Mtm ± wm*fi, fttt* dents. Apply 4-ft P,M. at MJL Henderson St., Oslesburf of Cifl 342-aflto for iipiNrinffnvnt. UNWCUMBEttfB to llvt (ft. Make up dally cash deposit, handle all accounts ftetivablt* detail and controls, all f •mi- monthly payroR and 6ju #ft*fiy report*, assist at awltchWifd, and other front desk aUtfOfl* and in general gradually qualify for top assistant to manager. Will train person interested fti Hotel career. Call for appoint* ment, Custer Inn. James t. Muf* phy, Mgr., 342-3181. Employment W »jt («d-»l QUALIFIED carpenter. Outran* teed work. Cabinet*, «t«ift f etc. Very reasonable pricet. Free estimates gladly given. Ph. 342-0012. — -~ • • • • |---- r - " II >• THACTOR or automotive mechanic work wanted by expef* lenced mechanic. Reference*. Write Box 314, care Register- Mail. BABYSITTING In your " nrng Phone 378-6743 L fiuflfncfti Opportunity— «ti Before Y<ro IKVIST. OmSSTtOATBI The Oaleaburg Register • Men a Mem pit to determine tile re* liability of the advertiser la ell ads teqrulrtnq an Investment. II cannot, however qroarMfee) ell such offer*. We recommend thef Tea INVESTIGATE fully before rot* 11CVMT SMALL store for aale. Doing Hood business. $380. inquire at 526 S. Academy, 7 Hill 9 daily. Ill II Mir Ill ._! . .__ ..- —L . ._ 1 J__|T L . " ~1I__LLL_I L > TAVERN with llvtn* quarter*. Good going business. Established 20 years. Fully equipped. Selling on account of health* Monmouth. Til. Write Box 808 Register-Mall. Wnnted to Btry—11 GUNS, GOLD COTNS Ca«h tot pistols, rifles, shotguns (mod* em or nntlaue) and gold coin*. Gil ftebard Guns, Public Square, Knoxville Afternoon* 1-4 !30. TOP nrlce for used furniture. appliances, antique furniture, dishes, dolls, lamps, gun*. 1ew «l- ry. etc Lawson Trading Post. 02fl E. Main. 34.1-1018: 343-8241. GAS SPACE HEATERS Lawson Trading Post. 928 Rest Main. 343-ini8, 343-8241. WANTED TO BTTY - Tractor*. trucks and cars for parts. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co., Knoxville Road. Galesbur». Til Ph 343-11)14 Room* for Rent—12 NICE sleeping room, large closet, close to bath. Pbone 343-3052. 857 W. Main St. SLEEPING ROOM Gentlemen nnlv. 187 N. Kellogg. MODERN large room, private entrance, telephone Cln^e In. Gentlemen only. Call aiter 5. 343-3758. NICE sleeping room and car space at 88? E. Berrien. Gentlemen only. Phone 343-3438. ^•>VBjiBB ^*HBBl ^BIHBSIBflafr^BSniBiaMBBBPBJiBBlBi^ LARGE sleeping room. Pleasant, close to town, telephone, private bath For gentlemen only Rest of references required. Adjoining room available. Dial 3421881. LOWER modern sleeping room*. Private bath and entra*re«. *12. r>*»r week. CaU after 8 P.M. Room and Board—13 NOW oncn. Th** Everffreens. 1188 W Main St., Galesburg, Til. A state licensed shelter care home for ambulntorv men and women. Reasnoable rat^s, good care, well balanced m^n's. For appointment phone 34^-3241, Mrs. Grace E 7nyg. operator, Furnished Anartmenls—14 4 ROOM furnished apt. Private bath. All utilities furnished Adults. 247 Sumner St. FTfnNTRHF.r) *o* round floor. 771 North West Rt. Hock Maple furniture For counle only TV antenna, tile bath, garage snace. gn* heat, living room dinette, kitchen, bedroom, spacious wardrobe closets Verv private anartmept Call at above add res* APARTMENT — bedroom. IWin* room, kitchen. Utilities furnished. Middle-age employed or retired. 261 W. Tompkins 3430450, WOULD like to share my new furnished ranrh home with middleaged emr>loved ladv. References exchanged, hv middle- aged lady. Phone 343-4005. NICE lower 4 mom unfurnished apt. Also upper furnished 2 rooms IJhiltie^ furnished. Inquire upstairs. 287 W. Tompkins. NORTH — 2-room upper apt. Clean, nicely furnished, walk in closet. Close to bath. Retired or working lady preferred. 34*340!. 3 ROOMS, bath, furnished. Prt- vate. 50 Alien* Ave. Call Sat- rday or evenings after 5 p.m. (Continued on page 24) The Flowers.. "Nature'* •1 r most beautiful memorial" Anderson BROAD STREET florists University Get Permission to Boost Reactor CHAMPAIGN, III. (AP) Atomic Energy Commission has licensed the University of Illinois to pulse its campus reactor up to 1 billion watts, a university spokesman said Thursday. Use of the greater pulse will permit a major increase in research capacities of the reactor without alterations, said Prof. Marvin E. Wyman, chairman of the university's nuclear studies program. The billion-watt peak output permitted under the new authorization lasts only a fraction of a second, after which the machine drops to a steady energy production of a few hundred thousand wat& Dies After Long Illness LONDON Low rl-famous Colonel Sir David I he derided in British conservatism, military - mindedness, inv limp," died WANT Al\f ain s Thursday night. He was 72. He had been ill for some time. Low, whose cartoons won him a knighthood last year, ended his career with the Guardian of Manchester. But he spent 23 years, from 1927 to 1950, with the London Evening Standard, owned by Lord Beaverbrook. gave iked A Conservative once Beaverbrook why he did not fire Low. "I have often," the Beaver an- Club Gives Up LONDON Wood Green town football club is call* Beaverbrook gave him com-1 . L Ll _ , , ^,* n ^ m S lt qwts at the end of yxeici uiucywutftt.-c, even to trie ^ point of allowing Low to draw a season because of too maiiy cartoon showing "The Beaver" ] glaries. I himself ' stick, In the last seven years, the club spreading "news ! has been burglarized 60 times. In for simple minds" through the the last one, wails were ripped out, machines smashed, the newspapers. Beaverbrook supported the Con- team's first-aid but Low fired beer bottles emptied on the floor. servative party kit stolen and barbs at all targets and made, There had been another raid the "Colonel Blimp" a symbol of all previous night. SATURDAY ^ Deadline 9:15 A.M. MONDAY thru FRIDAY 10 A.M. Phone Your WANT AD Early 342-5161 READ THE WANT APS!