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MARKET REPORTS Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPD-Produce: Live poultry too few receipts to report prices. Cheese processed loaf 39^-44; brick 39Vfe-43&; Swiss Grade A 5055; B 49-53. Butter firm; 93 score 60Ms; 92 score 60V4; 90 score 59%; 89 score 58>/4. Egg tops firm, others irregular; white large extras 42; mixed large extras 41; mediums 35; standards 34^. FOR SALE Ford Corn Picker 2-Row Mounted and A.C. Hay Chopper. Both good condition. Clarence LaFolletie, 3 mllat N.E. WU- llamsfleld. Phono 639-4389. MONON SEED WHEAT Claanad, Treated and Baggad $3.00 Baird Hybrids Willlamsfleld, 111. Phono 839-4155 fggt and! Poultry Knoxvillc Road, Galesbufg Red Rowe, Hatchery Large cleat) Eggs 22c Under grade Eggs 18c Leghorn Hens 3c Heavy Hens 7o Markers at a Glance By United Press International Stocks lower in moderately active trade. Bonds irregular. U. S. government bonds steady in quiet trading. American stocks irregularly lower. Midwest stocks lower. Cotton futures steady. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, oats, rye, soybeans lower. Hogs steady to 25 lower, top 16.25; cattle under 1400 lb steady to 25 higher, over 1400 lb weak, top 24.50; sheep steady, top 20.00. READ TH~ \vANT ADS I PARK SALE MAQUON PARK MONDAY, SEPT. 30 8:30 to 4 SPOON SISTERS CLUB In cat* of rain—Legion Halt Clothing and Miic. Refreshment! Backyard Sale 471 MAPLE AVE. SAT., SEPT. 28—9 to S Bowling Ball, wringer waiher, clothing for all. PRICED TO SELL1 USED APPLIANCES 30 USED t| ft TV's IV up (working and guaranteed) 4—USED GAS DRYERS *39.95 up 1—USED UPRIGHT t«P FREEZER only / J USED REFRIGERATORS no up One Console Repossessed TV SET, like new <*j AftOC (includes UHF) I 07 3—USED COMBINATION RADIO - TV - tAs -QQ PLAYER $ 35« ea. GENE'S TV AND APPLIANCE 18 PUBLIC SQUARE BIG Basement Sale 1443 CLARK ST. FRIDAY 'Til 7 P.M. SATURDAY 10 A.M. 'Til ? Big and Little Items, Clothing, Etc. FOR SALE Case Forage Harvester with Corn Head. J. Deere Forage Harvester with Corn Head and Hay Head. J. Deere 227 Mounted Picker. IHC 34HM 20 Mounted Picker. MpU.-Moline R.J. Mounted Picker. IHC 2-M Mounted Picker. IHC 24 Mounted Picker. J. Deere 200 Pull Picker. MpU.-Moline 250 Pull Picker. Caie 630-600B-611B Tractor Mounting for Caie 2-Row Mounted Corn Picker. Caie 800-830-700-730 Tractor Hydraulic Eagle Hitch. Case K2—9-fl. Auger Combine. Ford Dearborn 6-ft. Combine. New Idea—303 Trailer type Corn Sheller, like new. TERMS TO SUIT We Give Worthmore One Dollar Stampi. Save a* you Spend. Fisher Sales Co. JOY, ILL.—Ph. 584-2311 SALE! SALE! SALE! DISCONTINUED ITEMS - PRICES SLASHED PR0TEXALL, INC 750 WEST MAIN Invites You To Its Side Yard Sale Starting at 8:00 SATURDAY, SEPT. 28 Sole to be held in garage and storage shed, just east of Main Office, on Main Street. PANTS - SHIRTS JACKETS COVERALLS SHOP COATS YARD GOODS • MOST ITEMS ARE "FACTORY FIRSTS" and are being cleared out in preparation for move to our new building. • FOR THE HARD TO FIT MAN - Plenty of Large •nd Small Sizes — Regular Sizes Also Available in Limited Stock. • NEW YARD GOODS - For "Do-lt-Yourself" Sewing Jobs. 36" to 60" Widths. Beautiful Material for All Kinds of Use. • SHIRTS Will Have Cuffs, But Sleeve Lengths Must Be Adjusted and Cuffs Attached, by Purchaser. #> MOST TROUSERS Will Have Unfinished Cuffs-Must Be Cuffed by Purchaser. • AIL SALES FINAL and No Exchange Can Be Made. DON'T MISS IT - The Year's Biggest Savings) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 - 8:00 A.M. PROTEXALL, INC. 750 W. MAIN ST. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market remained lower late this afternoon but was trimming its losses as trading slowed. Volume for the day was estimated at 4. 5 million shares compared with 5.1 million Thursday. Losses of key stocks went from fractions to a point or more. Chyrsler, under renewed selling pressure early in the day, was down more than a point but then met support and showed a fractional net gain in late dealings. Chrysler, under renewed selling the most active stock, followed by Sperry Rand, up a fraction, and Hupp, also a fraction higher. Fairly sharp losses were taken by a wide variety of blue chips. American Smelting was off more than 2. Losses of about a point or more were shown by Jersey Standard, Du Pont, Southern Railway, Eastman Kodak, Goodyear and Pfizer. Some of the "glamour" stocks, Backyard Sale SATURDAY, SEPT. 2» 8 A.M. ill ?? 2108 NEWCOMER DRIVE Like new baby buggy, fall and winter clothe* and misc. Items. Backyard Sale 739 MULBERRY SAT., SEPT. 28 — 9 to 3 Good clothing, MUc. Items. Rain Date Monday, Sept. 30 FRONT PORCH SALE 142 N. ARTHUR SAT., SEPT. 28 — 8 to S '52 Olds 88. Clothing, knickknacks. RAIN or SHINE BIG Rummage Sale Corner of Main and Grand Ave. SATURDAY, SEPT. 28 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. Good clothing for all ages, (some items for twins), dishes Ac Misc. items. Books, knick-knacks. Not Responsible Foi Accidents Sponsored by National Secretaries Association Backyard & Rummcge Sales, etc. Must be in our office 12 noon day before ad runs. Call 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail MR. FARMER: The Farm Supply and Implement Dealers" Ads Now Appearing on the Want Ad Page Can Help Make Your Harvest Time An Easier Job however, rebounded. U.S. Smelting was up about 3, Polaroid more than 2, Xerox more than a point. Merck gained about a point. Moderate gains were scored also by Control Data, IBM, and Boeing. The general trend among motors, steels, rails, utilities and chemicals was lower, Prices were mixed on the American Stock Exchange. U.S. government bonds were steady to a shade higher. Corpor- ates were off slightly. Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPP-Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages: 3 indus 734.81 off 2.14 20 rails 170.65 off 0.38 15 Utils 140.07 off 0.50 65 stocks 260.09 off 0.75 Imposed $100 Fine TOULON - C. F. Bitting of Buda was fined $100 and costs in Stark County Court Monday on a charge brought by Ray Booker with making and passing a fraudulent check. He was bound over from the court of Justice of Peace William A. Lambert under bond of $2,000 furnished by a Kewanee resident. PATIO SALE SATURDAY, SEPT. 2S 9 A.M. Cloihinf, dishei, book*, houte- hold Items. 535 BURGLAND AVE. Backyard Sale SATURDAY, SEPT. 28th 914 S. KELLOGG ST. 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. Men'i, women's and children'! clothing, gas stove, $10. Miscellaneous. Rain Date: Monday, Sept. 30 Backyard Sale 522 S. MAIN, ABINGDON SATURDAY, SEPT. 28 9 to 5 LICENSE SERVICE DRAFTING PICTURE FRAMING RENTAL ITEMS HOBBY CRAFTS SLOAN'S CENTER 1058 E. LOSEY 343-4516 APPLES JONATHANS and a few STAYMAN WINESAPS SWEET CIDER SAT. & SUN. Bring Containers H. B. REYNOLDS ORCHARD Oneida, Illinois Open 7 Days A Week YOU MAY HAVE Termites AND NOT EVEN KNOW IT! CALL US FOR FREE SKILLED INSPECTION BY BRUCE- TERMINIX THE NATIONWIDE Termite Control Service SIMPSON-POWELSON LUMBER CO. 159 S. Prairie St. Ph. 342-4137 Per Annum Payable Semi-Annually Investments by the 15th Earn from the First with Insured Safety AT AN I) 'JAN A ~,:. Ci A f I ON 250 EAST MAIN ST. Aerie of Eagles Adds Members Two candidates were received into membership of the Galesburg Aerie of Eagles at a meeting Thursday night. Degree work was performed by the Kewanee aerie degree staff. The new members are Joseph D. Metricks and John Perry. Plans were advanced for the Galesburg aerie's chicken fry and program of entertainment Sunday afternoon in the VVataga Firemen's Park. Eagles and invited guests will attend the affair. Funds Released Among projects for which Gov. Kerner Thursday approved the release of state funds was installation of building gutters and downspouts at Galesburg State Research Hospital. Expenditures approved totaled $1,139. Slate Hymn Sing The Spoon River Valley Hymn Sing will agaiji be held regularly this year starting Sunday at 2 p. m., at Orange Chapel near DeLong. The public was invited. Story Is Racev NEW GLOUCESTER. Maine (UPI) — Ten race horses escaped from a New Gloucester fairgrounds compound Thursday and cavorted along the Maine Turnpike before being recaptured. State police learned of the situation when a motorist stopped at the gray toll gate and asked the collector: "Is this the win, place or show window?" PATIO SALE 717 S. FARNHAM SAT., SEPT. 21 — 9 to 6 Baby bed, basiineie, maternity clothes and children'! clothei. Miscellaneous items. Fi-onf-yard Sale 179S EAST FREMONT SATURDAY, SEPT. 28— 9-4 Winter clothing and Miscellaneous. Nothing Sold Before 9 A.M. Backyard Sale 890 N. FARNHAM SAT., SEPT. 28 — 9 'til ?? Winter tt Fall clothes, men's, women's and childrens. Toys, dishes. Lots of Misc. Items. PRICED TO SELL! TERMITES? FOR FREE INSPECTION - CALL — ALEXANDER LUMBER CO. 215 EAST SOUTH STREET 343-2171 Agents for COPPES TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE. INC. over 1§ yrt. dependable service $5528.00 ONLY FOR A BRAND NEW CASE UTILITY TRACTOR, LOADER, BACKHOE WHY PAY MORE? TERMS TO SUIT We Give Worth More One Dollar Stamps. FISHER SALES CO. JOY, ILL. — Ph. 584-2311 CANVAS Pnotect AGAINST RAIN AND WEATHER OUST AND DAMPNESS For truck or car on the high* ways, for machinery in shop or factory, for material on construction jobs, for furni* ture, for merchandise of every kind, Canvas Covers pay for themselves many times over. The best of material and the finest workmanship is your assurance of satisfaction. Tell us your needs. Demons tr a tors- (Continued from page 2) Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, 111. Friday, Sept. 27, 1963 £L Judge Orders Release From Menard Knox County Circuit Judge Keith Scott Thursday signed an order directing that Edward W. Ougan. 27, formerly of Knox* , ville, be released from custody art, Wallace C. Bohringer, Wil-! ;) t the Menard division of the hur Bowman, John G. Sutor and j slate penal system. Dugan was v »-.n-»'" >r..„.u- : committed March 20, 1902. as a >«7 Wwl UMT few* elder brothers nt A & T who first started the sit-in movement in 1956. It was also their fellow students who had tried to celebrate Thanksgiving last November at Greensboro restaurants which offered special prices for turkey dinners. All who tried failed and were jailed. Objective: Movie Houses Last spring CORE organizers at the college decided to act again. Their objective: downtown theaters. Greensboro's theaters demanded a high price for tickets to the main floor— at least for Negroes, he said. In fact, Collins continued, it cost months of effort and countless hours in jail by picketing students before the first Negro was finally admitted to the main floor instead of the balcony. The most important thing about the theaters, Collins related, was that they were not far from two predominantly Negro campuses, and students wanted to go to the show and get good seats. The first strategy was merely to walk hurriedly in front of the theater and hop in a waiting car a few blocks away. Slowly, they strengthened their efforts—joined by white students from nearby colleges, Collins said. In mixed groups the students, along with college officials, marched to the theater and demanded tickets to the main floor. "If they had said, 'OK, go ahead and buy some,' very few people would have because money was a scarce commodity on that particular day," Collins stated. The management, however, made no such concession at first. Instead, Collins, who was in the front line of demonstrators, was met by a policeman. "He told me that I was armed, that we were blocking passage and that I was under arrest." The demonstrators were hauled to city and county jail and when these were filled they were taken to the county rehabilitation home. Most refused to post bail and instead crowded 40 or 50 to a room and spilled over into corridors and clambered around the penal premises, Collins said. The management finally relented and promised to integrate, Collins said. The county found out it was being bled of $2,500 a day boarding the prisoners. Two weeks after the arrests Collins and hundreds of other students were released. In preparing for the demonstration, Collins was briefed on tactics, which included no smok ing or drinking. No weapons or 'Alfred Kocli Meads Illinois Templar Group Alfred F.mil Koch has been elected grand commander of the Illinois Commandery of Knights Templar. He was elected at the 107th conclave of the commandery Sept. 20-21 at F.vanston. Members of the Galesburg Commandery in attendance were Charles II. Toothe, Glvn C. Stew- Joe McBride. Toothe is a past state grand commander of the organization. Joining the convention dinner were officials of various Masonic bodies- Myron K. I.ingle. Right Worshipful Senior Grand Warden, A.F.&A.M. of Illinois, addressed the assembly on "The Lost Word." The subject will be dramatized Nov. ? at Springfield, and tickets for the program will )c available through the Masonic bodies at a later date. Blood Donor Appeal Issued For Patient Blood donations are being sought for a womon scheduled to submit to open heart surgery Oct. 10 at the University of Illinois Research Center in Chicago. She is Mrs. Mildred Scalf, 50, of Canton, a cousin of Mrs. Delmar Herrington of 1409 Clay St. Thirty pints of blood of any type arc required for the oper- ition, and 15 already have been donated toward her credit. Blood may be donated at the Knox County Regional Blood Center in Galesburg, where donations will be credited to the University of Illinois Blood Bank in Chicago in the name of Mrs. Scalf. FOR RENT: 4 rooms upper and 4 rooms lower. Will rent together or separately. All modern, rent reasonable. Inquire 364 S. Kellogg St. ODDS and ENDS SALE 3 GARAGES FULL Mayfair Manor APARTMENTS Behind NORTIICATE LANES FOR WOMEN: Sizes 12-14-16 Dresses — Skirts — Coats Sweaters. FOR MEN: Sizes 40 and 44 Long Suits — Jackets — Trousers FOR BOYS: Size 14-16 Suits — Trousers — Jackets ODDS and ENDS Toys — Automatic Washer and many misc. items. Sat., Sept. 28 From 8 'Til ? Rain or Shine Road & Street r SIGNS also TOLEDO TORCHES Budget Saving Pricei on Life-time Aluminum Street Signs Assembly Parts & Post C O M P AN 1000 Monmouth Blvd. Galesburg, 111. 342-2813 harmful objects of any sort were allowed, and he was urged to wear "non-derogatory" clothes and be as quiet as possible. Girls were to be inside the marching rows flanked by men on both sides. Collins, a Rock Island native, pointed out that police treated him and most other Negroes well. "I expected to be bitten by a dog or shocked by an electric rod or clubbed. But they were really nice and I made friends with some of them while in jail," he said. Only victims of violcit treatment, according to the student, were white students who participated in the demonstration to integrate public places. Some were beaten in jail and rushed to hospitals, Collins stated. In jail they were fingerprinted and photographed for police files "As more boarders came in, food went from fair to poor until the last few days when we were fed irregularly," Collins said. He recalled that some of the best criminal lawyers in the country volunteered to defend them in court if any of the cases had reached court. sexually dangerous person. He had been charged with tak* ing indecent liberties with a child and after his release pleaded guilty to this charge before Judge Scott. He requested probation and was released on $5,000 bond pending investigation. Testifying at Thursday's hearing was Dr. Groves B. Smith of Alton, a psychiatrist who is consultant to the office of the criminologist at Menard. "We have changed our whole concept of him," Dr. Smith commented and • said he felt he sho- Id be turned back as recovered. vState's Atty. Donald C. Woolsey remarked that Dugan should not be around the area from which he came at the time of his arrest. Testimony indicated that Dugan was skilled in artistic work. Dugan said he planned to return to the Chicago Art Institute, where he previously had taught for one year, and hoped to again engage in teaching. Judge Scott also conducted a hearing yesterday afternoon on a probation report filed in the case of Domingo S. Luna, 26, of 1264 W. Main St. The report recommended that probation on a charge of taking indecent liberties with a child he denied. A representative of the firm where Luna has been employed the past two months told of his satisfactory work there, and four members of Luna's immediate family also testified in his behalf. At the close of the hearing, the judge said he was not convinced that the defendant "has made a right hand turn. I think he ought to be out of circulation for a long time, just to protect a lot of people in society," the judge said, and sentenced him to a minimum of one year and a maximum of five years at the state penitentiary. SALE Items We Can'l Use-— Maybe You Can. Sal., Sept. 28 — 9 'til ? 1793 N. Seminary. Nothing Sold Before S. Ladies 8c children! clothing, garden plow, couch, bedipraad tt miic. items. ANNUAL FRIED CHICKEN SUPPER Dahlnda Methodist Church WEDNE8DAY, OCTOBER 2 Serving Starti 5 P.M. Adults S1.25 Children S .75 BAZAAR Spomored by W.S.C.S. District 205 Lunch Menus Are Announced District 205 school lunch menus have been announced for the period, Sept. 30 through Oct. 11. Bread, butter and milk will be served at all meals. Monday, sloppy Joes, buttered peas, pear halves; Tuesday, creamed chicken on mashed potatoes, apple cole slaw, brownies; Wednesday, pizzaburgers, spinach, peach halves; Thursday, baked ham, au gratin potatoes, green beans, red Jello with topping; Friday, tomato soup, sandwiches, apples, jumbo cookies. Monday, Oct. 7, pork barbecues, buttered corn, applesauce; Tuesday, cheeseburgers, potato salad, plums; Wednesday, chili, peanut butter sandwiches, ice cream bars. There will be no school Thursday and Friday. Garage Sale 757 E. DAYTON SAT., SEPT. 28—9 until ?? CLOTHING, TOYS, ETC. Not responsible for accidents. WANTED DRY WALL TAPING Experienced Work PHONE 343-7448 STUMP CUTTING May cost leu than you think to get rid ot that unsightly •tump. Call DeWAYNE JOHNSON EXCAVATING Phone M2-081I LARGE Basement Sale 785 N. SEMINARY BAT., SEPT. 2»— 9 to • Tires. Antique*. knick-knacks. Clothe* of all sizes. IOTO-ROOTI* FOR * DRAIN* Don't Dig Up Your Sewer C*ll 343-4913 - or Phone 342-6430 Backyard Sale 112 SILVER ST. SAT.. SEPT. 28—9 A.M. No Sale* Before t A.M. In ca*e of rain will be held in garage. Sponsored by Women's Auxiliary to National Postal Transport Association. BACKYARD SALE 246 MADISON (2 Blocks East of Farnham) SAT.. SEPT. 28—* till S Frigldnlre refrigerator. 120; kitchen sink, gas stoves, lamps, beds, chest of drawers, games, books, clothing and notions. SELLOUT SATURDAY, SEPT. 2« Furniture, rugs & appliances. 1051 MAIDEN LANE HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE 955 South Chambers St. FRIDAY and SATURDAY Sept. 27-18—9 to 8 Furniture, adults and childrens clothing, dishes, curtains, electric train, toys, etc. Garage Sale 1507 RUSSELL AVE. FRIDAY EVENING SATURDAY - AU Day .Misc. Items FOR SALE ISO ACHES NEAR AVON 115 tillable with house and adequate buildings- Contact SCHNEIDER HIEL—Avon, o* LEWIS HIEL—BushaeU

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