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D E AT IIS AND FUNERALS j if. RICHARDSON BOULDER CTry, Nev. <t)pl) James M. Richardson, city editor of the LM Angeles Examiner for 20 years until Ma retirement in 1957, died Monday after suffering a stroke. He was 68. Richardson had moved to the home of his son, John, in this southern Nevada city just a week before his death. He had been in health for the past three years. DR. EMIL OTT Jft, PRINCETON, N. J. (UPI) Funeral services were scheduled today for Dr. Emi! Ott Jr., a chemist and research professor at Rutgers University and Stevens Institute of Technology. Ott died Sunday at his home here at the age of 61. TREVOR GARDNER PASADENA, Calif. (UPI) Funeral services were scheduled Wednesday for Trevor Gardner, former chief of Air Force research and development in the Eisenhower administration. A family spokesman here said services would be conducted at the Andrews Air Force Base chapel in Maryland. Gardner. 48, was found dead Saturday of an apparent heart attack in his Washington, D. C, home. JOSEPH R. PETRACCA. WEST LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Funeral services were scheduled today for movie and television writer Joseph R. Petracca. He died Saturday at the age of 49. Petracca's film credits included "The Proud Ones" and "Reluctant Saint." He wrote for the television shows "The Untouchables" and "Sam Benedict," and was author of the novel, "Come Back to Sorrento." MRS. HAZEL F. GIBSON WILLIAMSFIELD - Funeral services for Mrs. Hazel F. Gibson, 50, who died Sept. 22, were held Wednesday at 1:30 p .m. at the Williamsfield Methodist Church, with Rev. Phillip Snider, pastor, and Rev. John Clarke of Knoxville, officiating. Mrs. John Snare was organist. Pallbearers were Gene Smith, Claire Tabb, Herbert Blair, Jay West, J. Ross Baird and Keith Young. Burial was in the Williamsfield Cemetery. HILDING I. HULTGREN ALPHA — Funeral services for Hilding I. Hultgren, 60, of 1508 40th St., Rock Island, who died Saturday in Moline Public Hospital after a lingering illness, were held Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Knox-Larson Funeral Home in Rock Island. Rev. Donald R. Lemkau, pastor of Memorial Heights Methodist Church, officiated. Burial was in the Alpha Cemetery. Mr. Hultgren was born May 26, 1903, in Cable, a son of Karl and Josephine Hultgren. He attended schools in Matherville and moved to Rock Island in .1933. He was married to Sadye Clark of Alpha Feb. 14, 1931, in Dubuque. He was employed by Farmall Works, International Harvester Co. 30 years and was a supervisor. He was a member of Memorial Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chapel Galva Mrs. John Engle Age 86 Galva, III. Funeral services: WEDNESDAY - 2 P.M. at JOHNSON-GILL-SCHUSTER FUNERAL CHAPEL IN GALVA. Rev. John S. Broeksmit Jr., officiating. Friends may call Tuesday evening at the funeral home. Interment Galva Cemetery. KIMBER & WEST 96 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-9210 FUNERAl DIRECTORS For Over 60 Year* Mr. Oeprge Leonard 267 E. Waters St. Funeral: 10 A.M. - WEDNESDAY at KIMBER k WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. Heights Church and its church board, Trio Lodge, Moline Consistory, and Kaaba Temple of the Shrine, Davenport. Surviving are the widow; two brothers, Charles Hultgren of Davenport and Elmer K. Hultgren of Viola, and a sister, Mrs. Vencil Miller of Matherville. MRS. CARRIE I. PARK Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie I. Park, 86, of 829 N. Cherry St., who died Saturday, were conducted at 11 a.m. today at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel by Rev. Wilmot T. Lippert, pastor of Central Congregational Church. Mrs. Roy H. Pearson Jr. was organist. Burial was at Kirkwood Cemetery. MRS. EDNA E. McLAUGHLIN Funeral services for Mrs. Edna E. McLaughlin, 69, of 422 N. Cherry St., who died Saturday, were-conducted at 2:30 p.m. today at First Christian Church. Rev. James E. Smith, pastor, and Rev. Constant R. Johnson, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, officiated. Burial was at East Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ronald McCullough, Robert Chapman, Frank Bloom, Gerald Roberts, William Jewsbury and Ernest Stone. Mrs. Everett Eager sang, accompanied by Dr". Harry Sykes. GLEN E. JACKSON MONMOUTH — Funeral services for Glen E. Jackson, 72, of Little York, who died Saturday at his home, were held Monday at 3 p.m. at the Holliday and Hoover Memorial Chapel. Rev. Keith B. Simpson, pastor of the Fairview Center Evangelical United Brethren Church, officiated. Mrs. Jeanne Swanson, organist, accompanied Herbert Levine soloist. Pallbeaaers were William Biddie, Clyde and Wayne Darrah, Robert Holloway, Don Pierce and Albert DeGeeter. Burial was in the Monmouth Cemetery. HARRY MARTIN MONMOUTH — Funeral services for Harry Martin, 78, of 1045 E. Euclid Ave., who died Saturday at the Monmouth Nursing Home, were held Monday at 3 p.m. at the First Lutheran Church. Rev. Raymond Swanson officiated. Mrs. Oscar Strand played organ selections. Pallbearers were Gene Hanson, James Martin, John Moburg, Wayne and Howard Johnson, and William Root. Burial was in the Monmouth Cemetery. r*»kH ttaee slater* uA Are* brothers. funeral services will be held Wednesday it I p.m. at the John* aon-GM-Schustei 1 Chapel, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be in the Galva Ceme* tety. Gqlasburq Register-Moi I, Golesburo, Tuesdoy, Oct 1, 1963 1? MM. MARK SMITH BUsHNELL^Mrs. Mark Smith, ft, of Bushnell, died at St. Mar* garet'a Hospital in Hammond, Ind. Monday at 12:30 p.m., following an extended illness. The former Mary Ellen Thomas was born in McDonough County March 5, 1898. she was married to Mark A. Smith in Bushnell in 1913. He preceded her in death in 1944. She attended schools in McDonough County, and was a member of the Methodist Church, Thurs day Club and Royal Neighbors, in Bushnell. Survivors include three daugh ters, Mrs. Ethel May King of Tempe, Ariz., Mrs. Wilburta Her ber of Saginaw, Mich., and Mrs. Grace Parmeter of Lansing; a son Mark of San Antonio, Tex.; 15 grandchildren and three great­ grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Grace Hendrickson of Joliet and Mrs. Janie Wells of Reydon, Okla. and a brother, Harry Thomas of Hot Springs, Ark. She was preceded in death by three sisters and a brother. Funeral services will be held at the Bushnell Methodist Church Thursday at 10 a.m. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery at Macomb. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday from 7:30 to 9 p.m. MRS. LEROY OBERHEIZER Funeral services for Mrs. Leroy Oberheizer, 68, of 812 S Chambers St., who died Saturday, were held today at 2 p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, Rev. Dale Catlin officiating. Mrs. Geraldine Burwell, vocalist, was accompanied by Mrs. Harry Neave, organist. Burial was in Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were James and Leonard Gustafson, John and Tom Wessels, Charles Howard and Charles Talley. MRS. FORREST SENDERS Funeral services for Mrs. For rest V. Senders, 77, of Oneida Route 1, who died Sunday, were held today at 3:30 p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, Dr. Joseph Hoffman officiating. Mrs. Harry Neave was organist. Burial was in Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Edwin Galbreath, William and Richard Wessels, Loren and Virgil May and Reece Jones. ^gjBk^gf ^efc ^^g^|g^g4 4 entry,* fa yourthouqhty DearPetay, 1 tin II yeari eM and would like te get married. My problem to hew de t ge afcoet meeting a alee boy, wtiea 1 have te girl frietde te raa aremi with? Will beys pay attention to me if I go Mrt aleae at right? It yea knew anyone aear my age who wenM like te write me, 1 win give yon my address. THANK YOU Dear Thank You. Since this is not a dating bureau, 1 will keep your address locked tight in my little 'ol file. However, if you want to meet boys you 've got to go where the boys are. Join a mixed bowling league, take bridge lessons, take extension courses, or join a youth group in your church. Boys probably would pay attention to you if you went roaming around at night by yourself, but I doubt that you really want that kind of attention. The thing that really bothers me is why you don't have any girl friends. Everyone needs friends of both sexes, so I would suggest you start here before you go any further. Dear Penny, I would like te know your point of view, and that of others, en children "trick and treating" so early before Halloween. My children were not allowed to go out until that night arrived, and then they were rebuffed and scolded by people who were sick and tired of Halloween. Why can't parents place more restraint on their children, and make this day a pleasant occasion Instead of a long, drawn-out affair? A WONDERING MOTHER Dear W. M., I'm glad you wrote this letter! I think Halloween is one of the most fun days for all kids, but I'm with you. It is just a day, not a week. I don't really believe anyone would seriously object to having the little spooks come calling a day or two early, but it has gotten out Of hand. I would like to see all parents make a concerted effort to keep their children from starting to make their rounds earlier than two nights before the big day. It's fun to see their costumes, and it's fun to pass out treats, but too soon is too muchl Dear Penny, What's the matter with girls today? I have been dating for quite a while, and I have dated some girls who I thought were real cool. I have always given them extra-nice gifts for their birthdays and Christmas, and sometimes I have given them a gift just because I thought they would like It. Then just as soon as you try to be the least bit affectionate, they give you the deep-freeze. I just dropped the girl I have been going with because of this, and she had the gall to write and ask me If she had done something to offend me. Shall I write and tell her or just let her wonder? DISGUSTED Dear Disgusted, Sure, why don't you write her? Just be honest and tell her that you don't feel she was coming across with enough merchandise for the price you paid. I have a pretty good idea just how "affectionate" you were trying to get. Just be glad it wasn't me, buddy, because you would have gotten your presents back with a kick in the pants for interest due. Thinking of you... Penny Send your qestions to Penny, in care of the Galesburg Register- Mail. All letters will be answered either personally or in this column. Letters need not be signed unless a personal reply is desired. MRS. MABLE HUFFMAN WOODHULL — Funeral services were held Monday afternoon for Mrs. Mable Huffman in the Dailey Chapel, Port Byron. Attending the services from Woodhull were Mrs. Grace Maker, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Drake, Mrs. Margarie Maker and Mrs. Lillian Maker. Mrs. Huffman was a former resident of the Clover Chapel community. MRS. MARIE STONE Graveside services were held today at 4:30 p.m. in Memorial Park Cemetery for Mrs. Marie Bradley Stone, 77, of Chicago, formerly of Galesburg, who died Monday. Rev. George DeGraff officiated. Mrs. Stone was the daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. William O. R. Bradley. Dr. Bradley was a former mayor of Galesburg. GEORGE LEONARD Funeral services for George Leonard, 79, of 267 E. Waters St., who died Friday, will be held Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. EZRA H. LONG FARMINGTON — Ezra H. (Bub) Long, 75, of Farmington, died at his home Monday at 9:45 p.m. He was born at Oscaloosa, Iowa, April 29, 1888, and was married to the former Lily Idle. Mr. Long lived in Knoxville prior to moving to Farmington eight years ago. He had been a hoisting engineer at coal mines, last working for tiie Knoxville mining company. Survivors include the widow; two sons, George Long and Arlan Long, of Farmington; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; four brothers, Edward of South Gate, Calif., Walter of Germantown, Dale of Peoria and Paul of Farmington, and two sisters, Mrs. Elma Daniels of Three Forks, Mont., and Mrs. Mable Shuler of Farmington. Two brothers and four sisters preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Anderson Funeral Home, Farmington. Burial will be in the Oak Ridge Cemetery, Farmington. Visitation is Wednesday after 4 p.m. MRS. JOHN ENGLE GALVA - Mrs. John Engle, 86, of Galva, died Sunday at 11 p.m. at the Wasson Nursing Home in Galva, where she had been a patient the past three montiis. The former Hattie Nicholson was born on a farm near Hymera, Ind., March 29, 1877. She was educated in the schools there. She was married to John I. Engle in 1896 at Hymera. He preceded her in death in 1940. They lived in Sullivan, Ind., all of their married life. Mrs. Eagle came to Galva in 1936 when her husband entered the hospital. She resided in Galva with her daughter, Mrs. Harold Exline. Mrs. Engle was a member of the First Congregational Church of Galva. Survivors include a sister, Mrs Delia Plew of Linton, Ind.; a brother, Earl Nicholson of Cali fornia; a grandson, and two great grandchildren. Besides her hu& band, she was preceded in death by a daughter, with whom she Farm Bureau Leader Found Dead in Barn WAUKEGAN, 111. (AP) - The body of Eric E. Anderson, 61, president of the Lake County Farm Bureau, was found hanging in a barn on his farm on U.S. 45 Monday. Sheriff's deputies said he apparently hanged himself with a rope thrown over a rafter. His widow, Alice, told investigators he had been troubled by pains in the head. Anderson was a director of the Illinois Agricultural Association. College- continued from Page 10) plained requirements for membership. Judy Blach, a senior from Manhasset, N.Y., presided over this part of the program, as head of Sigma Omicron Mu honorary scholastic fraternity for upperclassmen. Other honoraries represented were Alpha Lambda Delta for freshmen women and Phi Eta Mu for freshmen men. These organizations will tap new members at the second term honors convocation. Dr. Weeks, representing the Monmouth Kiwanis Club, presented the scholarship awards to the fraternity and sorority having the highest grade-point average in the preceding term. Winners were Sigma Phi Epsiion fraternity with an average of 2.6993 and Kappa Delta sorority with an average of 2.9913. All-college average was 2.5875. Grade averages for all college men was 2.3234, while college women averaged 2.7392. Fraternity men had an average of 2.3768 and non-fraternity men had 2.2493. Sorority women had an average of 2.7389 and non-sorority women had 2.6282. The grade average by classes was seniors 2.9696, juniors 2.5818, sophomores 2.4021, and freshmen 2.4151. Two Speeders Fined Two men were fined for speeding in Galesburg Police Magistrate Court today. They were Francis B. Tingley, 224 N. Broad St., and Myron F. Streeves, Knoxville Route 1. Both were fined $10 and assessed $5 costs. Confirm Position The Senate Monday confirmed the appointment of a list of Illinois postmasters. The list included Willis D. Spafford of Yates City and Arnold R. Pedersen of Cuba. Birth Record Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Smith, Knoxville, a boy Monday at 6:41 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Huffaker, 1432 E. Knox St., a girl today at 4:29 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Creek Jr., Alexis, a girl today at 4:52 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Quails, 360 E. North St., a girl today at 7:54 a.m. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. William R. Hale, Dahinda, a boy Monday at 2:24 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Sargeant, 71 N. Cedar St., a boy today at 5:21 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Eary of Sunnyland, 111., are the parents of a girl, Nancy Ellen, born Monday at the Methodist-Hospital in Peoria. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Black, 573 Maple Ave., and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester G. Eary, 711 Beecher Ave. The baby has two sisters, Sherilyn, 7, and Susan, 4. Boy Treated for Minor Injuries After Accident Three-year-old Bradly Naugle, son of Mrs. Lee Naugle, of Cameron, was treated for minor injuries at St. Mary's Hospital Monday evening after he was struck by a cab. Police said the cab was driven by Harold E. Preston, 30, 627 N. Broad St. Preston said the boy ran from the sidewalk into Park Plaza in front of the cab, but he saw the lad approximately 20 feet away and immediately applied brakes. The boy was taken to the hospital, treated for minor cuts and released. Preston was ticketed for not having a valid chauffeur's license. $500 Loot in Home Burglary Knox County authorities today were investigating a breakin at the Robert Foster home in Yates City Monday. The theft occurred sometime between 6 and 10:30 p.m. while the Fosters were away. Entry was gained through a small bathroom window, and the exit was made through the rear door. Missing items inculde a movie projector, camera, photographic accessories, various rings and other jewelry. Total value of the loot was estimated at $500. One music box taken plays the tune "Stormy Weather." Kerner to Give Menus During European Tour Gov. Kerner today announced that he will distribute more than 600 menus from Illinois restaurants throughout Europe during his coming trip as a member of the state trade commission. The governor obtained menus from the Chicago and Illinois Restaurant Association and intends to launch an all-out effort to expand trade and tourism in Illinois by Europeans. He said the commission's trip Oct. 17 is designed to prove that Illinois dining establishments offer fine meals, particularly for the foreign traveler. The trip is jointly sponsored by the Illinois Committee for Trade Expansion, the Illinois Board of Economic Development, the U.S. departments of State and Commerce and numerous private businesses and individuals, CUMtfMAdvtrtlsinf LOCAL CASH HAT* Ufeetiva April i, 195J Woft» l-daf! 4-d«j§ 1-daj ' 141 111 i IH | 1.10 ai-ta a.N | 1.6* | 1.48 . "** , *JH t MO i MI «i-ai •.It | »M | Ml M-4« •.M| 1 .87 | 1 .07 41-a* _9M { 4.M |. S.» _«e-8o »JI i 4.84 s.se BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) Card ot Thanks la Memortams Ledge Notio IIUU \ I -llM «» f la *• J 13 -inch « 1 CM .00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks JOHNSON, Luther W.—We wish to express our thanks to all for the kind expressions ot sympathy through cards, letters, visits and gifts of flowers and food at the time of the illness and death of our beloved father and grandfather. A special thanks to Dr. Picard, nurses, Rev. Holmer and neighbors. They were all greatly appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson, _ and Marjorie. Peraottal-Apedal Notfcfr -- 4 BE 8URB to ?Mt the Salvation Atmt Red Shield, store at 16 Publie Square, Bargains in clothing, appliance* and furniture AVON PRODUCTS If Interested In buying of toning, Call 342-0300. •JbewiatasBiasiBiiaWMHIB^^ Mils Haft EXPKRMSijcfo f ami I* **& wanted for year aMUOd J ^fK on stock farm. VPrtff Be* §31 care Register-Mail. . ..... WANTED: Man to.Mtil. ^yM»«l. Mala Help Wanted-! WANTED — Manager trainee, an aggressive young man, 21 to 33, who desires to get ahead. This job will have no layoffs or strikes, and will have excellent salary opportunities, planned program advancement and finest employment benefits. You must have a car and be at least a high school graduate. Interview in person at General Finance Loan Co. 88 S. Seminary Galesburg. Mr. Rltz, manager. LAID OFF??? National concern has route opening for married man over 21, who is neat, honest and dependable. $117 weekly guarantee to man who qualifies. Write Box 819, care Register-Mail. MAN to service route In Knox County area. Home every night, 22 through 35, married |118 weekly. Phone: 343-9342. NEED HEU»? Find the best through a wider choice Phone 342-5161 to place vour WANT AD. I WISH to express my sincere thanks to my friends and relatives for the many acts of kindness shown me during my recent stay in Cottage Hospital. Also to the nurses, nurses aides and Dr. Moffett for their enre. It was all greatly appreciated. John Charles Hughs. I WISH to thank my relatives and friends for their many kindnesses during my stay in Cottage Hospital and since my return home. Sincere thanks to my nurses and Dr. Giles for their good care. David H. Thuline. EXPERIENCED MOTOR CARRIER SALESMAN Familiar with Eastern Central territory and Illinois intrastate territories. Send full particulars including list of accounts developed. Salary and allowances JONES MOTOR CO.. INC. Box 825, % Register-Mail WATCHMAKER — Experienced, good opportunity with long established jewelry store. Apply in person or phone Mr. Harold Trager, Kay Jewelry Co., 325 Main St., Peoria, 111. Phone 674 9247. MARRIED man for year around farm work, must be experienced. Modern house, Ralph Bertelsen, Alexis, 111. 482-3207 In MemoriaiM FOGARTY, Grover C. In memory of my husband who passed away 2 years ago today, October 1, 1961. Should you go first and I remain, One thing I'd have you do, Walk slowly down that long, long path, For soon I'll follow you; I'U want to know each step you take, That I may walk the same; For some day down that lonely road, You'll hear me call your name. Mrs. Ruth Fogarty. Lost and Found—1 BOY'S RED SWEATER LOST Size 7, vicinity Denny Cleaners, Mon. Blvd. and W. South St. Finder call 343-7256. GONE FOR GOOD? Not If you quickly place a LOST AD. Phone 342-5161. SUM of money found. Owner may have same by Identifying amount and where lost. Phone 342-8798. Business Service— I LAWN BUILDING Now is the time to do SOME THING about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whiterock E. J. MARTIN—342-0521 RUBBISH REMOVAL "Double your trash back if not satisfied." Celebrating 15 years of service to Galesburg residents. Call Citywide Rubbish Removal, 342-1134. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas • oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Public Square. 343-6531 Nite 343-5404. . ror All PLUMBING NEEDS caU Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. - 343-8813 NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318. CAREER Opportunity — 2 men from Galesburg area for Public Relations and Sales position. $500 plus to start, with steady increase to $1,000 per month by the end of 1st year. Company paid field training program. Ph 343-9823 for appointment. MAN wanted with income tax experience to work during in come tax season on flat salary or percentage plan. We process and sign tax returns. Write Box 834 care Register-Mail. MAN or woman to train as man ager. Present family security program; part time considered. Oak Lawn. 342-5319 for appointment. Write Box 231. Alton*, 2-wAY'radio technician, requlr* at least second claaa lieona*. Give qualifications, ttnMllnff and experience, Write BOX 835, care Register-Mall. ... PRODUCE man and fll*at cuttef capable at managing, depart* ments. Applications wfll b* a*> cepted between 10 A.M. and a P.M. Apply In persoti to Bill Davis. References required. Galva Super Valu, Galva, HI. Female Help Wanted—• WAITRESS wanted—Meals, Uniforms furnished, good hours. Apply in person. American Beauty Restaurant, 30* E. Main St. WANTED lady to care for me when I leave hospital. Call 342-1601 or come to room 218, Cottage Hospital. WANTED: 1 day Waitress and i part time day dressing table girl. Apply in person. GRAND VIEW DMVE-lN Grand and Pennsylvania A COUPLE or housekeeper wanted to live In and keep house for man living in country. A good opportunity for eouole looking for rent free living. Home modern, Time off. Write Box 829, % Register-Mail. MOTHERS HELPER For physician's family. 343-7242. $20 CASH for distributing 45 bottles of Watkins famous Vanilla. Phone 342-2510. 4-8 P.M. AVON CALLING Avon Christmas sales start Sept. 16th! Why not take advantage of this opportunity to earn money? in Galesburg and surrounding townships. Write: Mrs. E. Demmel, 1439 N. Kellogg or call: 342-0360 (eves.) BABYSITTER wanted for one child, prefer someone to live in. 231 S. Pearl St. EXPERIENCED waitress, 4 to 12 P.M. Apply in person. Barrows' Restaurant, 1850 N. Henderson. 342-2313. AVON COSMETICS Avon Representatives needed in city of Galesburg, Knoxville and townships: Galesburg, Knox, Henderson, and Cedar. Write: Mrs. Enid Demmel, 1439 N. Kellogg. Galesburg, Tele. 342-0360. Male, Female Help Wanted— 7 ARE YOU UNEMPLOYED? I NEED 2 MEN 25 TO 50 YEARS OF AGE, HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES AND OF GOOD CHARACTER, WHO ARE WILLING TO WORK 35 HOURS PER WEEK TO EARN FAR BETTER THAN AVERAGE INCOME. FOR CONFIDENTIAL INTERVIEW CALL 342-1317 OR 342-5226. 2 OPENINGS in our Sales and Service Dept. for men of good character. No special skills are required. Ages 21 to 55 years. Car useful. Advancement to management available in accordance with your ability. For personal interview Call 343-1631, 9 to 10 P.M. ROUTE SALESMAN For Continental Coffee Company calling on restaurants and institutions. High school graduate. Age 23-35. Salary plus commission with numerous benefits. All replies confidential. Call Mr. Gallagher, Room 632, Hotel Custer, 2 to 9 p.m., Monday and Tuesday. After Tuesday, write P.O. Box 535. Rock Island, 111. DRIVERS No experience necessary. Good pay and benefits, job security, a chance for advancement. If you are age 21 to 35, married, interested in a job with a future — apply 260 W. Main St., Galesburg, Monday and Tuesday, 9 A.M. to 7 P.M. ATTRACTIVE POSITION Man or woman, 25-60. Good personality and appearance. Ready to accept position immediately if selected. Opportunity for advancement. Insurance and retirement plan available. For local Interview, write fully to Box 351, Monmouth, HI. WANTED — 2 curb help and night kitchen help. 342-0141. HUDDLE DRIVE-IN InstructtOB—• MOTEL Training — Learn to manage a motel, at home, in spare time. Men, Women and couples over 25. Placement service. Low cost. Write — National Motel Training, Inc., P.O. Box 71, Oak Park, Illinois. Business Opportunity—10 Ittm in INVEST. INVESTIGATE! Tke -Oalesbare Reflate* - Man attempts le determine the reliability of the advertise* to all ads requiring aa Investment. II cannot, however, guarantee all such offers. We recommend that yon INVESTIGATE tally before you INVEST TEXACO Inc. has station available to right party with small investment needed. Training program available. Call J. A. Lester, 342-5466 or write Box 826, % Register-Mail. Wanted to Boy—11 GUNS, GOLD COINS. Cash for pistols, rifles, shotguns (modern or antique) and gold coins. Gil Hebard Guns, Public Square, KnoxviUe. Afternoons 1-4:30, 289-4556. WANTED TO BUY — Tractors, trucks and cars for parts. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co., Knoxville Road, Galesburg. W. Ph. 343-1914. (Continued on page 18) Coast Guard Investigates Barge Blast U.S. Coast Guard will start an investigation Thursday into the explosion of a crude oil barge and the death of a deckhand on the Mississippi River below Lock 16 Friday near Muscatine, the Army Corps of Engineers reported today. Clemmy Jesse Adams, 41, of Montgomery, Ala., was the fatality. He was hurled high into the air by the explosion, and his mutilated body landed in a driveway near the lock control house. Assistant Lockmaster Alva Ingwerson was slightly burned. River traffic at the lock was resumed Saturday afternoon after the burning barge was extinguished and removed from the channel. The explosion occurred when the towboat "Double. D," pushing four barges loaded with crude oil, was approaching the lock wall, headed upstream. The blast emanated from the lead barge, which engineers conjectured might have scraped against the wall and caused a spark. The burning barge separated from the others and drifted slowly downstream. It continued to burn until the last of the fires was extinguished by wave wash from the "Double D" Saturday about 1 p.m. The towboat then slowly backed down to Muscatine with the damaged barge, which was tied up below a grain elevator. The two front compartments and the rake of the barge were, destroyed, but the remaining six compartments and the crude oil in them remained intact. The "Double D" resumed its trip Sunday morning, heading for Pine Bend, Minn,, where the crude oil will be delivered to a refinery. First towboat permitted through Lock 16 after the ex- Prairie City Firemen Win Water Bout PRAIRIE CITY - It might be said, it was a "hot time" in Prairie City Sunday night, after the firemen's water fighting team returned home from the Junction City water fighting contest Sunday, and bringing with them the first-place trophy which they had won. There were 27 teams competing in the elimination contest sponsored by the Peoria Fire Protection District. It is an annual affair, and the proceeds go to the Crippled Children's Fund of Peoria. Participating members of the local team were Dick Rose, Jim Cox, Jim Brown and Charles Emory. Besides the trophy, each was presented a key chain bearing the firemen's emblem. The trophy is being engraved and will be on display in a few days. Representing the Bushnell-Prairie City Fire District in Peoria Sunday were trustees, Dr. Meloan and Max Murphey of Bushnell, who, with their wives, were present. The local siren was sounded after the team's return and other local firemen and citizens turned out to congratulate the water fighting team. plosion was the "Bull Durham" with three empty gasoline barges for East St. Louis. River traffic experienced another delay Sunday at Keokuk. One of two vertical shafts on the swing span of the Keokuk highway bridge failed Sunday at 5 a.m. and prevented towboats from leaving Lock 19. It was not back in operation until Sunday at 4:22 p.m.. Army engineers re> ported. Fog delayed river traffic last Thursday morning for about nine hours. Most towboats tied up or plowed their bows into the river bank until the fog lifted at 10 a.m. Engineers said flows in both the Mississippi and tributary streams were unseasonably low and would probably continue that way barring heavy precipitation. Ail* Reservists Slate Speaker Dr. Garrett Thiessen, chairman of the chemistry department of Monmouth College, will speak at the regular meeting of the 9667th Air Force Reserve Squadron this evening at 8 o'clock in the Galesburg Elks Club. He will talk on the subject "Peacetime and War- tine Uses of Atomic Energy." Dr. Thiessen was Argonne National Laboratory's first resident professor of chemistry from the Associated Colleges of the Midwest. Lt. Col. George Foltz has invited all former Air Force personnel, as well as anyone interested in the lecture to attend this meeting.

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