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Thursday, October 3, 1963
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DEATHS AND FUNERALS OKOltOK W, HURRY ELIZABETH, N.J. (UP1) (fed* g* W. iurry, 63, a vice president dl tiM Quaker Oats Co. and A member of Its board of directors, died Wednesday of a heart attack. MAX L. SfclOMAN IDS ANGEtiSS (UPI) - Max t, SeidMaft, 7$. who retired five years ago as head of the New York Board of Trade's Taxation Committee, died Wednesday. E. P. CONWAY CHICAGO (UP!) - Services will be held Friday for E. F. Conway, superintendent of police for the Milwaukee Railroad. Conway, 64, died Tuesday. He was to have retired at the end of the month. MRS. ELIZABETH SANDERSON ONEIDA, N.Y. (UPI) - Mrs Elizabeth Dunn Sanderson, 57, wife of the vice president of Oneida Ltd., silversmiths, died Wednesday after a long illness. MRS. HATTIE ENGLE GALVA—Funeral services for Mrs. Hattie Engle, 85, of Galva, who died Sunday were held Wednesday at 2 p. m. in the John son-GUI-Schuster Chapel. Rev. John S. Broeksmit, pastor of the First Congregational Church in Galva, officiated. Organ selections were played by Mrs. Ernest Carlson. Pallbearers were Spencer Edwards, George Loveall, George Kroll, James Young, Richard Headley and Arthur R. Johnson Burial was in the Galva Ceme tery. INFANT THOMPSON Rodney Dean Thompson, 4- month-old son of James Thomp son Jr., 1773 S. Cherry St., died on arrival today at 4:20 a.m. in Cottage Hospital. The infant was born May 31, 1963, in Galesburg. The mother was the former Marian Briggs, who preceded him in death Aug. 29. Besides the father, he is survived by a brother James Allen; a half-brother, Roddy Lee John son, and a sister Patricia Ann. Graveside services will be held Friday at 9:30 a.m. in Memorial Park Cemetery. Service arrangements are in charge of the First and Puckett Funeral Home. LORI ANN BRANSTETTER MONMOUTH - Lori Ann Bran stetter, infant daughter of James R. and Carol Korte Branstetter of Kirkwood, died at 11:10 a.m Wednesday at Monmouth Hospital where she was born Sept. 23. Surviving are the parents and three brothers, Ronald, Dean and Joseph, at home. Also surviving are the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Korte, Bowling Green, Mo.; the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Bernice Branstetter, Farber, Mo., and the material great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ellebracht, Florissant, Mo. Graveside services will be held at 9;30 Friday morning at St. Mary's Cemetery in Monmouth. ELTON ANDERSON GALVA — Services for Elton Anderson, 46, of Galva, who died Wednesday morning at Cottage Hospital, will be held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel, Galva. Burial will be at Evergreen Memorial Gardens, Ke- Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chapel Galva llton Andersen Galva, III. Funeral services: SATURDAY— 1:30 P.M. at JOHNSON-GILL-SCHUSTER CHAPEL IN GALVA. Visitation at the chapel Friday evening, Burial in Evergreen Memorial Gardens, Kewanee. KIMBER & WEST 96 PUBLIC SQUARE PHON6 343.5210 FUNIRAt PIRECTOR5 For Over 60 Years levi Carl Marlew CSV N. Seminary St, Funeral: t P.M. - FRIDAY at KIMBER 4 WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. wanee, and Visitation is at the chapel Friday evening. Military rites will be conducted by the Galva Fusili#s. LEVI C. MAttLOW Funeral services for Levi Carl MarlOWt 77, of 669 N. Seminary St., will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, where friends may call this eve ning. Burial will be in East Lin wood Cemetery. Mr. Marlow, who died Wednes day at 9 a.m. in a local hospital, was employed as an auto body repairman 40 years, retiring in 1953. He was born Jan. 26, 1886, at Camden, and resided in Galesburg 38 years. He was married to Jessie Hubbard Jan. 17, 1925, in Peoria, and she preceded him in death. Mr. Marlow was a member of the First Methodist Chun h. Survivors are a son, Robert H. Marlow of Wheaton, and three grandchildren. Woman, 49, Found Dead Of Gun Shot LaFAYETTE - Mrs. Robert Thurston, 49, who resided on a farm Vk miles northeast of LaFayette, was found dead at her home by her husband Wednesday about 7 p.m. Stark County Sheriff Burt Eltzroth said death was apparently caused by a self inflicted gunshot wound in the chest. Eltzroth described the weapon as a 16-gauge single barrel shotgun and surmised the woman had been dead about two hours. A coroners jury was impaneled and a short session was held at Kidd Funeral Home in Toulon. Stark County Coroner John Dunlap of Bradford will schedule an inquest at a later date. The former Ethel Thompson was born March 19, 1915, in Kewanee. She was married Jan. 1, 1939, to Robert Thurston. Survivors, besides the husband, include her mother, Mrs. Thomas Thompson, address not available; a brother, Tony of Kewanee, and a sister, Mrs. Hazel Werkheiser of Prophetstown. Funeral services will be held at Kidd Funeral Home in Toulon Friday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Evergreen Memorial Cemetery south of Kewanee. Visitation will be tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock at the funeral home. WIU Students To Compete in Speech Meet Eight Galesburg area students attending Western Illinois University at Macomb will participate in the first speech events tournament to be held at the school Saturday, Oct. 12. Some 40 students of Western will compete against students from 15 other universities in radio newscasting, oral interpretation of prose, extemporaneous speaking, oratory and oral interpretation. Students from the Galesburg area participating include Wayne R. Carlberg, Galesburg; Tim Murphy, Farmington; Janet Rader, Seaton, and William Mitchell, Monmouth, radio news- casting; Ray Beaty, Lewistown, and Mary Jane Yaste, Cuba, oral interpretation of prose; Romelle Stanley, Abingdon, oral interpretation of poetry; Beaty, oratory, and Mitchell and William Lee, Avon, extemporaneous speaking. Flowers "Nature's most beautiful memorial" • • • 'Anderson BROAD STREET florists m V, Broad MS -2103 Bungling in Sp .i .W Is Expensive WASHINGTON (AP) fins General Accounting Office says bungled management in the nation's space agency and in private industry has cost the" taxpayers more than $100 million. The hitherto secret report to Congress, dated March 29, but only made public today says that as a result the Lunar exploration program has been delayed two years and one whole project involving a communications satellite had to be redirected at a loss of $76 million. The GAO investigation was undertaken as a direct result of findings by the House Committee on Science and Astronautics, headed by Rep. George P. Miller, D-Calif., in June 1962. In a report to Miller, Comptroller General Joseph Campbell wrote: "The findings are consistent with the conclusion reached by your subcommittee on space sciences ... That government and contractor management of the Centaur program was less than adequate." Union Set To Stage Homecoming BIGGSVILLE — Student Council members at Union High School are "taking final plans for the fifth annual liomecoming Friday. Included in the day-long program will be presentation of class skits in the afternoon followed by a snake dance. Theme for the afternoon events will be a "victory in the football game against Media." The game is slated for 6:30 p.m. The evening schedule calls for a dance at 8:30 p.m. featuring Tiny Biggs. Theme of the dance this year is "Space-Age Splendor." King candidates are Jim Goff, Jerry Johnson, and Leonard Anderson. Queen candidates are Vicky Coover, Deanna Gittings and Cheryl Smith. Those buying tickets for the dance are eligible to vote for the royal couple. Attend Farm Progress Show In other events at Union, a group of 41 students from agriculture classes attended the Farm Progress Show at Morton Sept. 25. Two days later the students combined bean plots in the presence of a number of guests. The newly-organized Pep Club at Union is sponsoring a food stand at the Homecoming foocoall game Friday. iNLRB Slates Parley on New Union The National Labor Relations Board will hold a hearing next week in Galesburg concerning unionization of clerical and technical employes at Midwest Manufacturing Co. John Richards of Toledo, Ohio, international representative for the Office Employes International Union, told a meeting of the Galesburg Trades and Labor Assembly Tuesday night that the hearing would be held in the Knox County Courthouse at 1 p. m. The hearing will cover Job classification, persons involved and the time of the election. Richards told the assembly that the company has ignored a request for voluntary recognition. Douchan Pouritch, NLRB agent in charge of the case, will conduct the hearing. The employes concerned will meet at the Custer Inn Oct. 10 to hear the findings of the hearing from Richards. Organization work began about two months ago, and the petition for unionization was then sent to the NLRB. At the meeting held at the Labor Temple, union members heard that employment in Galesburg is good and getting better. Gates Rubber Co. was listed as having 250 persons on the payroll, with the number increasing. At Midwest Manufacturing Co. hiring is rapid, and women are also being accepted, delegates said. The group voted unanimously to support the United Fund Drive, and was told that the state legislators from this area will be guests of the assembly at the November meeting. Little York Men Organizing Fire Brigade LITTLE YORK — A meeting was held Tuesday evening at the Guilinger Building to discuss organizing volunteer fire personnel. Nineteen volunteers were present, six of whom volunteered to be present and receive instructions on the operation of temporary equipment when it arrives in a week or 10 days. Another meeting will be held Oct. 15 for the purpose of electing officers. Galesburg Register-Moil, (kilesburg, III. Thursdoy, Oct 3, 1963 27 Conclave Film Viewed at Cosmo Dinner Session An illustrated report on the Cosmopolitan International convention in Canada last July was featured at the fall party of the Galesburg affiliate Monday night in the Holiday Inn. Frank Cunningham, a member of the local club and a trustee in the club's Mid-States Federation, presented the program. He and C. E. Vandeveer, federation lieutenant governor, were delegates from the Galesburg club to the convention, and were accompanied by their wives. Welcomed as new members of the club were Harvey Brinten, Nelson Dodge, Samuel A. Shetts, James A. W'"''s and Richard Williams. Mr, Mrs. Don Harden were chairtuen of arrangements for the affair. Senate Approves WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Senate approved a resolution Wednesday to allow another series of "great debates" during the 1964 presidential election. The resolution, which was sent back to the House, would suspend the "equal time" provision of the federal broadcasting law to allow the debates similar to the Nixon- Kennedy discussions in 1960. The resolution applies only to major party candidates for President and Vice President. H INCH LI FF a PEARSON FUNERAL HOME SCHAWL 287 N. Broitd Phone M3 -2101 MR. JOHN E. PHILLIPS - Lafayette, Ind. Formerly of Galesburg. Services 10 A.M. Saturday at the Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call Friday evening at the funeral home. Birth Record Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Stock man, 972 Olive St., a girl today at 4:25 a.m. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Szydloski, 745 Ave. B, a boy Wednesday at 1:50 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Stroops Jr., 631 Peck St., a boy Wednesday at 7:28 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar R. West, 506 Monmouth Blvd., a girl Wednesday at 9:45 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rutledge, 1336 Monroe St., a boy today at 8:33 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Boyd. 122 Sumner St., a boy today at 8:40 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Secrist, Williamsfield, a boy today at 9:02 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Todd Fell are the parents of a son, Robert Todd Jr., born Wednesday afternoon in Scarborough General Hospital, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. Dr, and Mrs. Ranald H, Fell, 1461 N. Academy St., are the paternal grandparents. Pvt. Larry Lankford and Mrs. Lankford are the parents of a son born Sunday in the Army Base Hospital at El Paso, Tex. The couple also have a 2-year-old daughter, Lisa. Mr. and Mrs. William Bush, Knoxville, are maternal grandparents and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lankford of Abingdon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rucker, Tokyo, Japan, are the parents of a son, Robert Arthur, born Sept. 28. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Kobusch, 1271 N. Broad St. The baby has a sister, Toni, 18 months. SMITHSHIRE"^- Mr. and Mrs. Philip Andei's are the parents of a boy, Michael David, born at the Monmouth Hospital Sept. 30. ONEIDA—Mr. and Mrs. Sam Downs of Speer are the parents of a daughter Carta Jane born Sept. 27 at Peoria Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Downs is the former Virginia Seiler. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seiler of Oneida. A daughter was born at Galesburg Cottage Hospital, Sept. 24 to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wells of Oneida. She has been named Marsha Kathleen and is welcomed at home by a brother Charles Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. George McGee of Moline axe the parents of a' LADYBUO, LADYBUO - She's not only cute as a bag but she's acquainting travelers with quarantine regulations about bugs on plants and animals. The symbol Is being used by the V. 6. Department of Agriculture to gain the co-operation of travelers at this country's international airports, seaports and border crossings. The hitchhiking bug calls attention to brief messages on posters telling tourists that agricultural insect pests are travelers, too, often hiding on innocent-looking fruits, plants and meats. Delegation Presses for New Highway SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) Gov. Otto Kerner is expected to decide within 60 days whether the state will go ahead in 1964 with plans for a two-lane highway from Kellerville to Mount Sterling. A delegation from Adams and Brown counties, led by Sen. Lillian Schlagenhauf, R-Q u i n c y, called on Kerner Wednesday and urged that plans for the 11 mile highway be included in next year's highway program. Kerner told the delegation he would reach a decision within two months, said John Treuthart, Adams County superintendent of roads. "I hope we get sometiiing in next year's program, even if it only involves planning and right- of-way work," said A.R. Higgins, editor of the Quincy Herald-Whig. Claims Commitment Higgins said the state, by constructing the 11-mile highway, would be fulfilling a 1958 agreement made by the state under former Gov. William G. Stratton. Under the 1958 plan, the state was committed to construct a two- lane highway from near Baldwin Field to Mount Sterling if the county built a road from Clayton south to ' Siloam Springs State Park. The county has constructed a highway to the park and the state has constructed half of the road it agreed to build, coming from the west only as far as Kellerville, Higgins said. Treuthart estimated the highway could be completed for $1.2 million. Others in the delegation include Mayor Wesly Olson, Quincy; C. H. Swinehart, Versailles; Owen Anderson, executive vice president of the Quincy Chamber of Commerce; and Fred Bessell, Tom Jackson and Richard Gordley, all of Mount Sterling. Bureau Beams ALBANY, N.Y. (UPI) - The normally staid U.S. Weather Bureau here enthused over the brightness and position of the moon Wednesday night sent the following note on its teletype wire: "Hey everyone. . .look at that moon.. .to the east.. .wowee." Joke Not Funny LONDON (UPI) — When Post Office workers heard ticking inside a package marked "live bomb" Wednesday night, they called police, who called firemen, who called bomb disposal men, who dumped it into a bucket of water, then gingerly opened it. Inside were an alarm clock and a horseshoe. JFK Travels Again WASHINGTON (UPI) - President Kennedy intends to spend the weekend at Camp David, Md. The White House said Wednesday the Chief Executive expected to fly to the secluded camp in the Catoctin Mountains Saturday afternoon and return to Washington Monday morning. Early Greetings Earliest printed Christmas card was that designed by John Calcott Hosley, an Englishman, in 1843. About 1,000 copies were printed and sold at a shilling each. daughter born Sept. 28. Mrs. Clarence Gilmore of Oneida is the paternal grandmother. CtanHMd Advertising LOCAL CASH RATE effective April i, i»M Words 1-day* 4-d«ye l-da» 1-S» J Ml | t.M I 1J0 -1 .1 »•«• 1 1,48 •ML. _ 1 «•« i m 1J7 | 1.10 r s.w | 1.11 S8 -40 !-•*.. 1.07 . 1 S.88 .i. «•». 1» 46-80 | ».* 1 «.S4 S .M nuu^w nv OVA lUiniAL (Repute Mailed Out-of-town) Card of Thanks la Memoriama Lodge Notices } t-lnch « less 12.00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks OBERHEIZER, Mrs. Bertha — We wish to thank the nurses at Cottage Hospital, Drs. Hick- ergon, Sr. and Jr., Dr, Douglas, friends and nurses at Knox County Nursing Home, Rev. Catlin, the Moose Lodge, and neighbors and friends for their many kindnesses shown us at the time of the loss of our loved one. Also for the manv flowers. LeRoy Oberheizer Mr. and Mrs. James Penick Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gustafson Mr. and Mrs. Percy Alexander THE FAMILY of Mrs. Edna McLaughlin wish to thank all the friends and neighbors for the cards, gifts of food and flowers. Our thanks also to the two ministers and all the personnel qf St. Mary's hospital. Mrs. Claude Monroe Mrs. Victor Links Mrs. Eugene McCullough i Mrs. Henry Stone WE, WISH to express our sincere thanks to our friends and relatives for the many acts of kindness shown Harold Campbell during his recent stay in Cottage Hospital. A special thanks to all the nurses, nurses' aides, Mr, Kiser, the orderly men and the doctors for their wonderful care. It was all greatly appreciated. Harold Campbell and Family THANKS for the lovely cards and flowers I received during my stay at Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Davis Dunn Lodge Notices MASONIC NOTICE Alpha Lodge No. 155 A.F.&A.M. SATURDAY, Oct. 5, 5:30 P.M. Work in Entered Apprentice Degree. Three Candidates. All Master Masons cordially invited. Refreshments. . Harry M. Price, W.M. Clyde R. Landon, Sec'y. Lost and Found—1 COON HOUND LOST In Abingdon area, female. Color, brindle. Phone Abingdon 2638 GONE FOft GOOD? Not It you quickly place a LOST AD Phone 342-6161 SUM of money found. Owner may have same by identifying amount and where lost. Phone 342-8798. CHIHUAHUA, female, brown with black nose, weight 5 or 6 lbs., lost vicinity of the Saddle House. Large reward for return or Information. Call 343-4515. Business Service—2 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, Gat • oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork Free estimates, 1-6 year payment plan. 29 Publio Square 343-6538 Nlte 343-6404 For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. - 343-6813 NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and Durners Used stokera, gutter work 135 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. 343-2206 or 343-6770. SEARS Services all Sears Ap- < pllances. Phone_342-5141. Personal-Special Notice—I BE SURE to visit the Salvation Anny Red Shield Store at 16 Publio Square Bargains In clothing, appliance* and furniture AVON PRODUCTS It interested in buying or seil- lng. Call 342-0360 Male Help Wanted— 5 NEED EXTRA MONEY? Join the team at McDonald's Drive-In. If you enjoy working with a congenial crew, are physically fit, neat, young or old, and are willing to do your share, stop in at McDonald's at 1072 N. Henderson, 9 A.M. to 10 P.M. We need part time workers for 11 to 2 or 3 P.M. Monday through Friday. Mate Help Wanted t MAftftlEb man wanted for year around farm work. Top wages to experienced man. Job available around Nov. 1, or 18th. Write Box 839, care Register- Mall, MARRIED man for year around farm work, must be experienced, Modern house, Ralph Bertelsen, Alexis, 111. 482-3207. LAID OFF??? National concern hit 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. WANTED — Experienced married man for year around farm Work. Modern house. References required. Phone Avon, 468-3380. Herbert Wilklns. CAREER Opportunity — 2 men from Galesburg area for Public Relations and Sates 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 to service route in Knox County area. Home every night, 22 through 35, married. $118 weekly. Phone: 343-9342. NEED HELP? Find the best through a wider choice. Phone 342-5161 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-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 exporience. 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. WANTED YOUNG MEN FOR STEADY FACTORY WORK Good insurance and vacation plan. APPLY BLUE BELL, Inc. Abingdon, 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, unl forms furnished, good hours. Apply in person. American Beauty Restaurant, 308 E. Main St. A COUPLE or housekeeper wanted to live In and keep house for man living in country. A good opportunity for couple 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 $20 CASH for distributing 45 bottles of Watkins famous Vanilla. Phone 342-2510. 4-8 P.M 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. WOMAN to care for child in my home. Own transportation. References. Call after 5 P.M. 3439207. CAN you interview people? Are you free to work evenings? Call Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens for appointment, 342-5319 EXPERIENCED WAITRESS Must be neat, clean, and dependable. Apply in person. Twin Chefs Restaurant after 2 P.M. AVON COSMETICS Avon Representatives needed In city of Galesburg, Knoxville and townships: Galesburg, Knox, Henderson, and Cedar. Write Mrs. Enid Demmel. 1439 N. Kel logg, Galesburg, Tele. 342-0360. Male. Female Help Wanted—7 CURB OPENINGS We are now taking applications for 2 curb waiters or waitresses, S art or full time. Must be am- itious, 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, HI. Dishwasher Wanted Apply in person, Wong's Cafe. Employment Wanted—a 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. Business Opportunity— 10 Before Koo INVEST INVESTIGATE! The Qaieaburg Hegitte* • Mali attempts to determine the «• liability ot me advertiser tn all ads requiring an Investment II eannot. however, guarantee all such oftera. We recommend thai you INVESTIGATE fully befor« 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, c / 0 Register-Mail. uies, snofguna (moo* iique) and fold. eofnaV l Guna, Putins Square, Afternoon* 1-4 ». Wanted ft ••JK-11 GAS SPACE HEATERS ALSO top prices foe used fufni* ture, appliances, antique furnl* ture, dishes, dolls, lamp*, fans, jewelry, etc. Lewsoti jfrMiflf Post, 926 E. Main. 343-1918; S43? 6241. GUNS, GOLD COINS. C *M W pistols, rifles, shotguns (mod* em ot amifl; " Gil Menard Knoxville. 289-4656, WANTED TO BTTTf *- Tract Of£ trucks and cats tor parte. Galesburg Tractor Lug. CO, Knoxville Road, Oaleabufg. tlL Ph. 343-1914. 1 Rooms (or Rent—IS 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. LARGE clean sleeping room on first floor, near bath. No drinking. Close in. Call 342-3030 after 6 P.M. ___ CLEAN sleeping rooms. 813 E. South. Calf 342-1051, 6 to 7:30 P.M. Also furnished 2 and 3- room, apts. SLEEPING ROOM Gentlemen only. ,167 N. Kellogg. 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 furnished apt., lower level, clean, attractive, private bath, utilities furnished. Reasonable. 28B-5401. CLEAN upper furnished S rooms, utilities furnished; private bath and entrance; new kitchen cabinets; mahogany paneled bedroom. I 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., Uv- ing room, bedroom, efficiency kitchen and tiled bath. Utillttes furnished. 342-7933. Coakley Apts., Henderson, 111. LOWER furnished 2-room apt., utilities; close in; close to grocery stores. Working couple or lady. No pets. 829 Ella. 3-ROOM furnished apt., utilities. private bath, entrance, employed lady or couple. $45 per month. 1265 N. Cherry. 343-7070. 2 ROOMS and kitchenette furnished apt. with private bath, second floor; very close in. Ph. 342-1292-after 8 PJ*. or anytime weekends. LARGE 1-room efficiency apt., all utilities furnished, private bath and entrance; fireplace; large closet; ground floor. 881 N. Chambers.| LOWER 2 room. Partly furnished, stove, refrigerator, etc. All utilities paid. Ladies only. $45. 342-1620. 2 ROOM upper front furnished apt. Utilities furnished. Pleasant, clean, close in. Private entrance. 1 adult. No pets. 343-5130 1 ROOM and kitchenette lower furnished. All utilities furnished. Clean. 1 block to Kroger store. Reasonable rent. 342-1781. NICE lower 4 room unfurnished apt. Also upper furnished 8 rooms. Utilities furnished. In- qulre upstairs. 287 W. Tompkins. 3 FURNISHED rooms, private bath. Main floor, utilities. Close in. Elderly couple or ladies Front and back entrance. Reasonable. 343-5574. LARGE 2 room furnished apt. Ground floor. Utilities furn- lshed. 1975 Grand Ave. 342-6433. FURNISHED 3 room apt. Utilities furnished. Close to town. Suitable for one. Located at 343 N. Broad. SECOND floor kitchen and bedroom apt., share bath. Prefer gentleman, $40 month. 342-4621, 343-6986. MODERN upper 3 room furnished apt. with private bath; utilities furnished. Prefer working couple or lady. No pets. 3434548. Utiftirnished Apartments—15 NORTH location, upper 3-room. with private bath, front and back entrance, newly decorated, heat, water and antenna furnished. Call 342-3069. UPPER 4-room and bath apt., 4 closets, all private, close to business district, utilities furnished. Reasonable. 342-3030. MODERN 5 room unfurnished upper apt. Gas heat Every* thing separate, 74 N. Arthur. Close to shopping center. Adults only $50. Phone 343-2861 before 9:30 ajnrt or Inquire at downstairs apt. UPPER 3-room unfurnished apt,, private bath and entrance. Utilities furnished. 175 N. Cherry St. 4-ROOM unfurnished apt., north, ceramic tile bath, private entrances. Heat and water furnished, $75. Phone 343-5478. UNFURNISHED. Lower 4 large rooms, bath, garage. Upper 3 large rooms, bath garage. Utilities furnished. North side. Phone 342-2364. LOWER 3 rooms, bath; large living room, off street parking; utilities furnished (except electricity). (Available — regular or color TV antennas, stove, etc,). Complete private unit, front and back entries, heat tenant controlled. Rent reasonable. Available Oct. 15. 103 Cottage Ave. WALKING distance to town, 5- room upper unfurnished apt. Hardwood floors. Private en. trance. Basement. $65. Call before 1 P.M. 535 E. Knox. 3431646. 2 BEDROOM duplex apt. 220 wiring, gas heat, storm windows, garage, newly decorated, located at 806 E. Berrien. 3423375. UPPER UNFURNISHED APT. 3 rooms and bath, private entrance. Heat and water furnished. Garage. Adults. No pets. 106 Lincoln.,Phone 343-7368. (Continued on page 28) Autumn's Glory Autumn's here in all its glory- colorful falling leaves . . . crisp, fresh air ... a clear "harvest" moon ... and a bounty of fresh fruits, vegetables, poultry, and other foods. Apples and cranberries, vying for the "most colorful" title, are abundant. Both boast good sauces, fine pies, and dozens of other uses. Presto! Change Small-fry birthday party coming up? An easy way to trim the birthday cake is to stick a band of animal crackers into soft frosting around the sides of a round layer cake. The top of the cake can have a small bouquet of "flowers" made from colored gumdrops. BEAD THE WANT ADS! Saffroii*Colored Turn that sweet yeast dw%h into saffron bread or buns; use a quarter teaspoon of powdered saffron to about four cups of flour. World's annual production of paper napkins would make a sheet 17 milion miles long, or 35 round trips to the moon, accord- iug to estimates*

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