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DEATHS' AND FUNERALS HARRY N. MtLLICAN NKW VOftK <UP1) - Funeral iervioes will be held today for Harry N. Mllliean, 55, staff correspondent in the International department at the New York headquarters of United Press International. MlUlcan died Tuesday of a heart attack at his home. Survivors include his widow, Frances, and two brothers, Raymond and Robert. ADRIAN Van SINDEREN MIDDLEBURY, Conn (UPI) Adrian Van Sinderen, 76, philanthropist and banker, died Tuesday in a convalescent home here after a long illness. J. RUSSEL ROBINSON PALMDALE, Calif. (UPI) Funeral services will be held today for musical composer J. Ttus- sel Robinson, 71, who died Monday. Robinson was the composer <i£ such hits songs as "Margie," "Portrait of Jennie," "Mary Lou" and "What Are Little Girls Made Of.* He was known in the 1920s as a pianist and player-roll recording artist. ROSA RAISA LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Private graveside services were held Tuesday for Polish-born Chicago opera star Rosa Raisa, 70, who died Saturday. She had been ill for some time. MRS. SILAS BENT PHILLIPS Funeral services for Mrs. Silas Bent Phillips, 86, of Newton Center, Mass., were held Tuesday afternoon in Newton Center. Mrs. Phillips, a 1900 graduate of Knox College, died Saturday at her summer home in West Harwich, Mass. She was a native of Low Point and had lived in Newton Center for 45 years. Surviving are a son, Silas B. Phillips of Abilene, Tex., a daughter, Mrs. Phelps K. Tracy of Foxboro, Mass.; a brother, Ralph D. Stevenson of Chicago; eight grandchildren, and two great­ grandchildren. GEORGE LEONARD Funeral services for George Leonard, 79, of 267 E. Waters St., who died Friday, were held today at 10 a.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel. Rev. Constant Johnson officiated. Mrs. Harry Neave was organist. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. SYLVESTER VAN VELSOR PRAIRIE CITY — Funeral services for Sylvester Van Velsor, 84, of Prairie City, who died Sept. 19, were held Sept. 21 at the Prairie City Methodist Church. Rev. E. L. Dunavin, pastor of the church, officiated. Miss Nell Orwig accompained Miss Mary Orwig, soloist. Pallbearers were Guy Bellville, Harry Orwig, Nealy Woods, Ray Hodson, Everett Fitch and Charles Morse. Burial was in the Prairie City Cemetery. FRED A. TRILOFF ELMWOOD — Funeral services for Fred A. Triloff, 68, of Yates City, who died Thursday, were held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Patterson Funeral Home in Elmwood. Rev. Ralph Cummins officiated. Russell Remmele played organ selections. Salem-Elba American Legion presented the colorguard. Pallbearers were Max Mathers, Ed Olson, Frank Gorham, Harley Woolsey, Rollin Myer and Jack Oberschslate. Burial was in the Maquon Cemetery. JOHN PHILLIPS John Phillips, 37, of Lafayette, La., a former WGIL radio announcer in Galesburg, died Tuesday at 9:40 a.m. at a Houston, Tex. hospital. Death followed a lingering illness. The former Galesburg resident was an announcer for the local radio station from 1951-52. He was married in Galesburg Nov. 14, 1954 to Janet Seiberlich. After leaving Galesburg, Mr. Phillips was an announcer for a radio station in Davenport, and when he moved to Lafayette, was news director of the radio station KPEL. Survivors, besides the widow, include hjs mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Phillips Monument! and Mausoleums McFAU MONUMENTS WjspoadB Ruby Red Phone 342-651? 1801 IV- Main *. Galesburg, Mi, Sf., a sister, alt of Minneapolis, Minn. Funeral services will be held Thursday in Lafayette. Funeral services also will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. here at Hinchliff k Pearson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. MRS. MINNIE OWSLEY Funeral services for Mrs. Min* nie Owsley of Harvey, a former resident of Galesburg, who died Friday, were held today at 2 p.m. at the Second Baptist Church. Rev. C. L. Coleman, pastor of the church, officiated. He was assisted by Rev. James P. Holt Jr. of Evans Community Church, Phoenix. Senior choir of the Second Baptist Church sang, and organist was Eddie Mabry. Mrs. Rosetta Patterson of Phoenix was the soloist. Pallbearers were Vee Everett, Henry V. Brannon, Guy Brown, Harold Allen and Rudolph Lyons, of Galesburg, and John Beason of Flossmoor. Burial was in Linwood Cemetery. HAROLD H. SORNBERGER KEWANEE - Harold H. Sornberger, 85,_ of Kewanee, a former resident of Victoria, died Tuesday night at his home. Born Jan. 14, 1878, in Victoria; he was married there to Helena Halsall June 26, 1901. He was a farmer in the Victoria and Kewanee area for many years. Mr. Sornberger was a member of the Victoria Methodist Church. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Burt Hobson of Rock Island, Miss Irene Sornberger of Kewanee and Mrs. C. H. Simpson of Kewanee; a son, Ross of Monmouth; "ix grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, who died in 1942, a son, and two sisters. Funeral services will be held Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Cavanagh & Schueneman Funeral Home in Kewanee. Rev. John Clarke of Knoxville will officiate. Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday night. Burial will be in the Victoria Cemetery. MISS ANNA C. BERGREN MONMOUTH - Funeral services for Miss Anna C. Bergren, 84, of 405 N. H St., who died Saturday at Monmouth Hospital, were held at 3 Tuesday afternoon at the Turnbull Chapel. Rev. Raymond Swanson, pastor of the First Lutheran Church, officiated, and Mrs. Marie Gabby, organist, accompanied Mrs. Lester Munneke, soloist. Pallbearers were Kenneth Bergren, Lawrence Martin, Hugh Winbigler, Theodore Johnson, Howard Biddle and Roy Johnson. Burial was in Monmouth Cemetery. FRED MASON AVON — Funeral services for Fred Mason, 69, who died in Avon Sept. 17, were held Sept. 19 at the Brand Funeral Home in Avon. Rev. Perry Bishop officiated. Miss Fern Snapp played organ selections. Pallbearers were Bernard Repp, Joseph Griffith, Murray Wilson, Cy Johnson, Ed Goehrig and Joseph Gray. Burial was in the Avon Cemetery. ELTON A. ANDERSON GALVA — Elton A. Anderson, 46, died this morning at Cottage Hospital where he had been a patient 16 days. Anderson was born in Galva on June 20, 1917. He was educated in the Galva school system and worked in the Galva Creamery for 25 years. He was married to Marie Bryan, June 5, 1943, at Linneus, Mo., and served in the Korean War after enlisting in the Army on Feb. 15, 1952, in Galva. Before discharge he attained the rank of Sergeant First Class. Anderson was a member of Grace Methodist Church, the Illinois National Guard, and the Hagburg-Hamlin Post 45, American Legion. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Bertha Anderson of Galva; bin wife, Marie; his two sons Michael and David and his daughter Anita; four sisters, Mrs. Roland Beckman of Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Glen Miyler of Sandwich, Mrs. Gerald Pointer of Galva and Mrs. Harold Olander of Galva; three brothers, Glen Anderson of Rock Island, James Anderson of Tempe, Ariz., and Dale Anderson of Washington statu He was preceded in death by his father. Unions Seek Readmission Of Teamsters CHICAGO (UPI) - The Illindll State AFL-CIO today by voice vote urged the national organization to readmit the Teamsters union to the ranks of organized labor. The resolution, introduced by Chicago Postal Clerks Local No. 1, won almost unanimous approval. There were only a few scattered IO'S". William Freeman of the Illinois postal clerks, speaking in favor of the resolution, said "with so many problems facing organized labor, the labor movement can ill afford to be split. "Labor is faced with a grim future. It must unite all independent tendencies." Freeman said readmission of the Teamsters "can only have one effect, and that is a beneficial one." There were no speakers opposing the resolution. The Teamsters were expelled from the international AFL-CIO in 1957 and the state AFL-CIO followed suit reluctantly in 1958. A number of other state AFL-CIO organizations have also urged re- admittance of the Teamsters. The resolution placed the state AFL-CIO "on record favoring that the AFL-CIO convention meeting in New York City, invite the International Brotherhood of Teamsters back into the house of labor." The resolution was voted on immediately after Rep. Roman Pu- cinski, D-UI., left the room after delivering the feature seech on the convention's morning session. Pucinski criticized Republicans and Southern Democrats for their opposition to the Kennedy administration's tax cut bill. "The minority party cannot shrug its responsibilities," he said. "It is a mockery to permit one senator from the state of Virginia to frustrate this legislation." He said it was "sheer hypocrisy" for Republicans to say it was impossible to obtain both a tax cut bill and civil rights legislation during the current session of Congress or to insist that the budget must be cut before a tax cut may be approved. (ktlesburo Jteqlster-Moil, Galesburg, 111, Wednesday, Oef, 2, 19&34! PLAN OPEN HOUSE-Mr. and Mrs. Harold Galbreath (above) of near WiillamsNeld, who will note their 25th wedding anniversary Oct. 1, will be guests of honor at an open house on Sunday, Friends and relatives are invited to call at their home between the hours of 2 and 5 o'clock in the afternoon and 7 and 9 o'clock in the evening. They were married Oct. 1, 1938 in Kahoka, Mo. They are the parents of two daughters. Pfc. Geneva, stationed at Fort Gordon, Ga., Marguerite and two sons, Lloyd and Russell, all at home. Chicago Heights Area Damaged By Fire Tuesday At least seven buildings were damaged, some extensively, When fire struck an area about three blocks from the downtown section of Chicago Heights Tuesday, day. Fire Chief Percy Helsby said the fire apparently ignited in the Midwest Roofing Co. warehouse and spread to six other structures on the corner of Main and Halsted streets. The company is owned by Blaird C. Peterson, a former Galesburg resident. Peterson has been in Peoria attending the Illinois Kiwanis Club convention. Mrs. Peterson has been visiting here in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Ray F. Stebor, 1442 N. Academy St., while her husband attended the convention. Helsby said no injuries had been reported. Cause of the blaze was undetermined and no damage estimate was available. Two homes, two warehouses, an apartment building, a garage and a tavern were damaged in the fire. Oneida Area United Fund Leaders Named ONEIDA—Chairmen have been selected to direct the United Fund campaign in the Oneida area. They are Merton Messmore, Area A; Forrest Moburg, Henderson; Jim Millen, Rio, and Mrs. Merle Owrey, Ontario- Oneida locality. Team captains have been chosen for the drive now under way. Max Wisgerhof, county chairman it the drive, addressed a meeting of workers Sept. 26 in the Oneida City Hall. More than 20 workers of the Oneida area attended the campaign kickoff dinner Tuesday night in Custer Inn at Galesburg. Valley School Issue Vote Is Set Saturday MAQUON — The election for a proposed site for a new Valley High School facility will be held Saturday from noon to 7 p.m. Reference to the day of the vote in Tuesday's edition was incorrectly listec 1 .. Fr. Driscoll Is Honored At Alexis ALEXIS—The Catholic parish of Alexis, St. Theresa's, and the people of Alexis, gathered Monday evening to celebrate the silver jubilee of the ordination of Rev. Daniel Driscoll, S.V.D. A Solemn High Mass of Thanksgiving was offered by Fr. Driscoll at 6 o'clock in the afternoon with 24 priests present, nine of whom were former pastors of the Alexis parish. Seven young priests sang the Mass and Miss Grace Skelley played the organ. The Knights of Columbus Fourth Degree of Monmouth formed a guard of honor for the procession to and from the church, as well as for the Mass. After mass a reception was held for Fr. Driscoll in the basement of the church. Twenty-two prisets and 115 relatives and friends were served a ham dinner. A 2-tiered white cake, topped by a priest figurine, graced the reception table. All guests signed a guestbook at the entrance and were given souvenir cards. Direct Arrangements The Misses Louise and Lena Donnelly served fruit punch and coffee. Mrs. John Bohan and Mrs. Leslie Enderlin were cochairmen of the dinner. Mrs. Maurice DeBuysere and Mrs. Bud Donnelly were in charge of the dining room decorations and serving. The immediate family of Fr. Driscoll was present, including his mother, Mrs. Lucy Driscoll Walters; 0. A. Walters, his stepfather; Mary E. Driscoll, a sister from Los Angeles, Calif.; Alfred Driscoll of Monmouth, his wife and three sons with their wives, his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Salyers. Another sister, Beatrice, living in California, as well as the youngest member of the family, Virginia, living in Hawaii, were unable to attend. William May of Mitchell, Ind., was present. Dr. and Mrs. L. Chlumecky of Farmington, who spent a few years with Fr. Driscoll in New Guinea, also were present among the guests. Rev. John Gordon, a former pastor of Alexis, acted as master of ceremonies for the dinner. Monsignors Reidy, Jordon and Haddigan, Rev. Joseph Nickcr- son, the present pastor of St. Theresa's, and Rev. Francis Kamp, S.V.D., of the Divine Word Missionaries, Techny, were asked to speak. Fr. Driscoll expressed his gratitude to God, Who called him to the priesthood; to the Society of the Divine Word which trained and ordained him; to his parents and family who sacrificed and made it possible for him to enter this calling and to all those who had so helped him in the work of God these past 25 years. Spanish Class Organinzed at Altona School ONEIDA — The enrollment of the Spanish Class held at Altona Grade School numbers 28. Instructor for the class is George Stuckey and is featuring conversation Spanish. Members of the class are learning to ask and answer questions in Spanish. A discussion was held concerning a Mexican dinner for class members later on during the 12- week course. Members of the class are from Woodhull, Galva, Victoria, Oneida and Altona. Those attending from the Oneida area are Mrs. Richard Hendricks, Mrs. Hubert Rylander, Airport Project Moves Ahead At Kewanee KEWANEE - Next step in Kewanee's campaign to establish an airport authority will be a public hearing to be set by Henry County Judge Conway Spanton. Petitions circulated among Kewanee voters the past week are to be filed in the county court at Cambridge. After the public hearing, the judge may set a date for a referendum. Interested Kewanee citizens have obtained an option to buy 240 acres west of Kewanee for the airport, which promoters have described as a vital community need. An airport authority is an independent taxing body which vot ers may establish to operate a municipal airport. Water Shortage Threatened At Macomb Macomb was threatened today with a water shortage, and Mayor William Ward appealed to citizens to conserve on water voluntarily. No official restrictions were im posed. However, the water level in Macomb's Spring Lake reser voir was 32 inches below the spillway Tuesday night, and emergency measures automatically go into effect when the level drops to 36 inches below the spillway. Macomb's emergency water ordinance prohibits use of water for washing pavements, walks and motor vehicles and watering most vegetation. The water level in the reservoir dropped two inches between Monday and Tuesday. Kiwanians Told About Rock and Mineral Hobby A collection of rocks and minerals were shown to Kiwanians Tuesday noon by Warren First, following luncheon at the Custer Inn. First, who collects the items as a hobby, showed examples of precious *"d semi-precious stones as '^."erentiated from ordinary rocks. He has carved and polished a number of stones into various decorative items. By using a mechanical device to polish stones, irregular pieces of rock can be processed for use in jewelry, he said. Ted Stewart, vice president, conducted the meeting in the absence of Russell Gehring, president, who is attending the Illinois- Iowa district convention at Peoria. Kiwanians were reminded about the fall ladies night meeting slated for Oct. 29. Guests present were R. E. Burger, Galesburg and Larry Blaich, Rock Island. New Windsor Serviceman Hurt In Mishap NEW WINDSOR—Rodney Nimerick, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Judson Nimerick of New Windsor, stationed with the Navy at Norfolk, Va., was seriously injured in an automobile accident Saturday night and is a patient at the Naval Hospital at Portsmouth, Va. His parents were notified and went by plane to be with him. They planned to return home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Willard Vaughan, Mrs. Ralph Vinson, Mrs. Merle Owrey, Mrs. Carol Holmes, Mrs. John Malcolm, Mrs. A. T. McMaster and Connie Beihl. ClaMlftfd Advertising LOCAL GASH RATI effective Apru i, ISM Words t-dayt 4-day* 1-day l-» I I.M i 1M I 1.10 ai-ss 18-30 si-as M-40 41-36 40-50 4.37 I 1.90 1.5? 8.10 r »3» I 1>1 9.83 | 9.87 1.07 8.56 I 4.39 9.31 7J9 I 4.84 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (HepUea Mailed Out-ot-town) 90e Card of Thank* IB Memoriam* Lodgs Notice* } l-lnc 92 >lnch of let* .00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thank* I WANT to thank all my friends, relatives and the Sisters for their visits, cards, gifts and flowers while I was a patient at St. Mary's Hospital. Also, thanks to the nurses, the aides, orderlies, x-ray personnel and Drs. Packard and Claman for their services. All was greatly appreciated. Verne Reynolds Berwick, 11L In Memoriama POTTER, Edna Tuverson — In loving memory of our dear sister who passed away 2 years ago today, October 2, 1961. Dorothy O'Neill Frank Tuverson Lost and Found—1 COON HOUND LOST In Abingdon area, female. Color, brlndle. Phone Abingdon 2638. BOY'S RED SWEATER LOST Size 7, vicinity Denny Cleaners, Mon. Blvd. and W. South St. Finder call 343-7256. GONE FOR GOOD? NoJ-lf 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— t LAWN BUILDING Now is the time to do SOMETHING 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 Cltywide Rubbish Removal, 342-1134. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas - oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-9 year payment plan. 29 Public Square. 343-6535. Nite 343-5404. For AU PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers . HM Brown AT«. ... Mmn. • NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 139 N. Seminary. 343 -2318. GOOD COAL SALE Stoker, lump, $10.50 ton on 5- ton orders. Washed, oiled. $11 ton small orders. Special on trash. 342-2075. R. Watts. LAWNBUILDING Excavating driveways. Black dirt, seeding, sodding and white rock. Paul Bledsoe. 343-2296 or 343-6770. Personal-Special Notice—I BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains In clothing, appliances and furniture AVON PRODUCTS It Interested In buying or seU- tng. Call 342-0360. Male Help Wanted—S MARRIED man wanted for year around farm work. Top wages to experienced man. Job available around Nov. 1, or 15th. Write Box 839, care Register- Mail. 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, «/t Register-Mail WATCHMAKER — Experienced, good opportunity with long established jewelry store. Apply in person or phone Mr. Harold Trnger, Kay Jewelry Co., 325 Main St., Peoria, 111. Phone 6749247. MARRIED man for year around farm work, must be experienced. Modern house, Ralph Bertelsen, Alexis, 111. 482-3207. Male Help Wanted—8 WANTED — Experienced married man for year around farm work. Modern house. Reference* required. Phone Avon, 465-3380. Herbert Wilklns. WANTED — Manager trainee. an aggressive young man, 21 to 35, 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. Rite, manager. 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. LAID OFF??? National concern ha* 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-Mall. MAN to service route tn Knox County area. Home every night, 22 through 35, married. $118 weekly. Phone: 343-0342. NEED HELP? Find the best through a wider choice. Phone 342 -5181 to place vour WANT AD MAN wanted with income tax experience to work during income tax season on flat salary or percentage plan. We process and sign tax returns. Write Box 834 care Register-Mall. MAN or woman to train as manager. Present family security program: part time considered. Oak Lawn. 342-5319 for appointment. ARE YOU UNEMPLOYED? 1 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. EXPERIENCED family man wanted for year around work on stock farm. Write Box 832 care Register-Mail. WANTED: Man to haul In corn. Write Box 231, Altona, 111. 2-WAY radio technician, require at least second class • 'license. Give qualifications, schooling and experience;;'Write Box .835, care Register-Mail. — PRODUCE man and meat cutter capable of managing departments. Applications will be accepted between 10 A.M. and 5 P.M. Apply in person to Bill Davis. References required. Galva Super Valu. Galva, 111. Female Help Wanted—6 WIFE of Knox Professor needs woman to care for 2 children while she attends class 10 hours per week. 343-2933. WAITRESS wanted—Meals, uniforms furnished, good hours. Apply In person. American Beauty Restaurant, 308 E. Main St WANTED: 1 day waitress and 1 part time day dressing table girl. Apply in person. GRAND VIEW DRIVE-IN Grand and Pennsylvania A COUPLE or housekeeper wanted to live in and keep house for man living in country. A good opportunity for couole looking for rent free living. Home modern, Time off. Write Box 829, % Register-Mail. WAITRESSES — Full time and part time. Phone 342-0141. HUDDLE DRIVE-IN 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. fcinati Help Wanted** AVON COSMETICS - * - ™' Avon Representatives needed in city of Galesburg, Kftdxviltt and townships: Galesburg, Knox, Henderson, and Cedar. Write: Mrs. Enid Demmel, 1439 N. Kellogg, Galesburg, Tele. 342-0990. Male, Female Help WantetV>9 CURB OPENINGS"*" We are now taking applications for 2 curb waiters or waitresses, part or full time. Must be ambitious, neat, and opportunity for advancement. No experience necessary, we, will train you. Apply in person. STEAK 'N SHAKE 981 E. Main PART TIME—Man or woman, Earn up to $2.50 hourly on your day off or spare time. Must be able to put in at least 15 hours weekly. Phone 343-9342. 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, 111. Dishwasher Wanted Apply in person. Wong's Cafe. Employment Wanted—8 MENDING and alterations. Ladies' and men's clothing. Coats and skirts shortened. Pants cuffed. Pockets and zippers replaced. Call 342-2905 before noon or after 6:00. Instruction—f 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 Before Yea INVEST. INVESTIGATE! The Galesburg Register • Mall attempts to determine the reliability of the advertiser In all ads requiring an Investment. It cannot, however, guarantee all such otters. We recommend that you 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 Bay—11 GUNS, GOLD COINS. Cash for pistols, rifles, shotguns (modern or antique) and gold coins. Gil Hebard Guns, Public Square, Knoxville. Afternoons 1-4:30, 289-4556. WANTED TO BUY — Tractors, trucks and cars for parts. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co., Knoxville Road, Galesburg, 111. Ph. 343-1914. Wanted to Buy—11 GAS SPACE HEATERS ALSO top prices for used furniture, appliances, antique furniture, dishes, dolls, lamps, guns, jewelry, etc Law son Trading Post. 926 E. Main. 343-1918; 3«3- IMI. ••• -. -•• ••• .v. • • Rooms tor Rent—U SLEEPING room, large and pleasant, large closet, TV antenna. Close downtown. 71 N. Chambers. No drinking. LARGE, clean nicely furnished front sleeping room. Near phone and bath. Gentleman only. 269 Maple Ave. CLEAN sleeping rooms. 813 E. South. Call 342-1051, 6 to 7:30 P.M. Also furnished 2 and 3- room apts. SLEEPING ROOM Gentlemen only. 167 N. Kellogg. CLEAN, comfortable sleeping room. Lady or gentleman. Close In. Kitchen privileges if desired. No drinkers. Off street parking. Call mornings 342-5540. ROOM or Apt.—Hot water heat, cooking privileges. Utilities furnished. Middle-aged working or retired man or woman. 261 W. Tompkins. Furnished Apartments—14 KNOXVILLE — 3 -room furnlsh- ed apt., lower level, clean, attractive, private bath, utilities furnished. Reasonable. 289-5401. CLEAN upper furnished 3- rooms, utilities furnished; private bath and entrance; new kitchen cabinets; mahogany paneled bedroom. 1 child accepted. See at 234 W. Brooks. 240 W. MAIN Exceptionally nice furnished 4- rooms and bath, wall-to-wall carpeting, air-conditioning; close in. Employed adults. Galesburg Vault Co. Rent your APARTMENT or SLEEPING ROOM through a WANT AD EXTRA nice furnished apt, living room, bedroom, efficiency kitchen and tiled bath. Utilities furnished. 342-7933. Coakley Apts., Henderson. 111. (Continued on page 42) Group Protests Rejection of Open Housing CHAMPAIGN, 111. (AP)-Demonstrators sat-in at the city building Tuesday night to protest rejection of an open occupancy resolution and announced daily appearances until the next council meeting. Twenty-six Negro and white University of Illinois students, members of the campus branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, sat and stood in the first floor lobby. A spokesman announced that 12 would spend the night there and that demonstrations would be held daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. until the next council meeting in two weeks. The council rejected a resolution presented by the Champaign- Urbana Improvement Association which called for open occupancy. It received only one aye vote— from Kenneth Stratton, the only Negro councilman. Have You Heard That Harold Campbell, 1670 Beecher Ave., is a patient in Room 114, Hopedale Hospital, Hopedale, 111. Set Hearing On Highway Relocation SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) Relocation of highway routes in Knox and Fulton counties will be considered at a public hearing Oct. 23 in the London Mills school, the state highway division said today. Routes under consideration ate Illinois 41 and 116 in the vicinities of Abingdon, St. Augustine and Rapatee. Freighter Sinks LE HAVRE, France (AP)-The 4,608 - ton Norwegian freighter Ronda sank in port today after a collision with the 6J03-ton American freighter Lucile Bloomfield. The crew was rescued. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Jackie Reaches Greece, Obtains Special Berth ATHENS (AP) - Jacqueline Kennedy, wife of the U.S. president, arrived today aboard a TWA jet airliner to begin a 15-day autumn vacation in Greece. Her sister, Princess Lee Rad- ziwill, awaited her at the airport with U.S. Ambassador Henry R. Labouise. Mrs. Kennedy and her sister kissed as the U.S. First Lady stepped from the plane ramp. Then they left in a U.S. embassy car for a 15-mile drive to Mrs. Kennedy's rented vacation villa at Cavouri on the Saronic Gulf. A special berth was set up for Mrs. Kennedy for the transatlantic flight. It was the first time TWA had provided a berth for a passenger on one of its superjets, which make the flight in about seven hours. Officials said special permission had to be obtained from the Federal Aviation Agency in Washington. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS!

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