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I D E AT H S FUNERALS OLOA HPM68BWWAYA MOSCOW (ON) - The death of Olga Lepethlnskiya, 02, Ion. gevity expert who once said man's lit* expectancy might be stretched as much a* 150 or 200 years, was announced here Thursday. Her formula for longevity stressed hot soda baths, sports and avoidance of war scares. ABRAHAM LEDERMAN NEW YORK (DPI) - Abraham Lederman. 55, president of the New York Teachers Union, died at his home here Thursday following a long illness. GEN. E. WADE HAMPTON CHICAGO (UPI) - Air Force Brig. Gen. E, Wade Hampton, 50, director of transportation at the pentagon, collapsed Thursday on a flight to Kansas City and was dead on arrival at a hospital here. THOMAS H. CAFFREY MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI) -Fu- aefal services will be held Saturday for Thomas H. Caffrey, 69, Milwaukee, a founder of the Catholic War Veterans and a Wisconsin assemblyman from 1933 to 1936. MSGR. DAVID J. DOOLING UTICA, N.Y. (UPI) - Funeral services will be held Saturday for Rt. Rev. Msgr. David J. Dooling, 83, retired pastor of St. John's Church, who died Wednesday in St. Joseph's Hospital in Syracuse. Msgr. Dooling came here in 1925 and was pastor for 37 years before his retirement. MRS. ARNOLD PETRIE NEW WINDSOR-Mrs. Arnold Petrie, 87, of New Windsor, died Thursday at 3 p. m. at Mercy Hospital in Davenport. Funeral services will be . held Saturday at 2 p. m. at the United Presbyterian Church at New Windsor. Burial will be in Hopewell Cemetery at New Windsor. Friends may call at the Knox- Larson Funeral Home in Rock Island tonight. The former Mary Adeline Breckenridge was born June 7, Monuments and Mausoleum* McFAll MONUMENTS Wisconsin Ruby Red Phone M245U 1801 W. Mala SL Galetborg, HL KIMBER & WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Otis David Martin Jr. Infant son of Mr. & Mrs. Otis D. Martin Sr.. £03 Pine St. Funeral: 10 A.M. - MONDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr. Arthur I. Moore 1576 Moo. Blvd. funeral: 3 P.M. SATURDAY FIRST & PUCKETT CHAPEL. DR. JOSEPH HOFFMAN. COMMITTAL: OAK LAWN MEMORIAL GARDENS. Friends may call at the funeral hopie this evening. North OtemUr «5». tVJftailin Hnnr—t 1876, near New Windsor. She spent her entire life on the same farm where she was born. Mrs. Petrie attended Mercer County rural schools, Rock Island High School and Knox Conservatory of Music at Knox College. She was married to Arnold J. Petrie, June 19, 1912. She was a member of the New Windsor United Presbyterian Church. Survivors, besides the husband, include three daughters, Mrs. Caroline Danowiz of Short Hills, N. J., Mrs. Marjorie Dickersoti of Naperville, and Mrs. Alexandria Manteno of Oak Park, and two granddaughters. HAROLD READ BISHOP HILL—Word has been received of the unexpected death of Harold Read of Detroit, Mich., husband of Gladys Krans Nordstrom Read. She is a former Bishop Hill resident. Her father, Andy Krans, and brother Willard reside in Galva. INFANT THOMPSON Graveside services were held today in Memorial Park Cemetery for Rodney Dean Thompson, 4-month-old son of James Thompson Jr., 1773 S. Cherry St., who died Thursday. Rev. Constant Johnson of the Trinity Lutheran Church officiated. ARTHUR L. MOORE Arthur L. Moore, 47, of 1576 Monmouth Blvd., was pronounced dead on arrival at Cottage Hospital Thursday at 6:45 p.m. He was removed to the hospital by emergency ambulance from Northgate Lanes, 1576 N. Henderson St., where he apparently suffered a heart attack. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 3 p.m. in the First and Puckett Funeral Home, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens: Mr. Moore was employed as a welder at the Butler Manufacturing Co. He was born Nov. 8, 1915, in Middlegrove, and was married to Rosalee Watkins in Muscatine July 23, 1938. He was a member of the First Methodist Church and United Steel Workers of America. Mr. Moore lived in Galesburg 25 years. Survivors are the widow; a son James and a daughter, Mrs. Russell (Janet) Carr, both of Galesburg; two sisters, Mrs. Glenn (Eva) Benner of Carbon Cliff ond Mrs. Archie (Lucetta) Hillman of Farmington; his mother, Mrs. Carrie Moore of Rapatee, and four grandchildren. His father and a brother preceded him in death. Mr. md Mrs* James Emery of Victoria. ETHYL PITTARD ALEXIS— Funeral services for Mrs. Ethyl Pittard, wife of Harold G. Pittard, former Mexis resident, were held Tuesday at the Queen of Peace CathoUc Church, Wichita Falls, Tex. Burial was in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Rev. Robert Lee of the Sacred Heart Parish, Moline, was the celebrant of the Requiem Mass. Mrs. Oscar Radcliff and Mrs. Anastasia Lee, sister of Mrs. Pit' tard, attended the services. AMY BtJRNHAM ONKEN Amy Burnham Onken, 73, died Thursday at the Jacksonville Hospital. She made her home in Chapin. She was graduated from Northwestern in 1908, where she was initiated into Pi Beta Phi. She was elected grand president of the sorority in the 1921 convention, and she served in that position for 30 years, and was active in this area with sorority activities. The services are scheduled for Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Williamson Mortuary in Jacksonville. Fall Drought Is Blamed for Forest Fires ST. LOUIS )ap)—Numerous forest fires in Southern and Central Illinois and Missouri have been blamed on a 22-day fall drought. Conservation officials in both states said Thursday the woods were very dry and reported a total of 20 fires throughout Missouri and several others in Southern Illinois. None were of a serious nature. The last recorded rainfall in the St. Louis metropolitan area and in much of Illinois and Missouri was Sept. 12. The drought also has affected the Mississippi River, which is about four feet below normal levels. Thomas Maher, of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, said the river currently is falling about .2 of a foot a day. He warned that the drought could create navigational difficulties if it continues into cold weather. MRS. FLORA SALZER CAMBRIDGE — Funeral services for Mrs. Flora Salzer, 80, former Cambridge resident, who died Sunday night at the Eastern Star Home at Macon, were held Wednesday afternoon at the Stackhouse Funeral Home in Cambridge with the Rev. J. Soule Chapman, pastor of Cambridge Baptist Church, officiating. Mrs. Melville Anderson played the organ. Pallbearers were Robert and Phillip Salzer, John and James Reed, Donald Falk and Russell Atkinson. Burial was in the Red Oak Cemetery south of Cambridge. Dirksen Expects Republicans to Win Next Fall MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP)-Senate Minority Leader Everett Dirksen expressed confidence Thursday that the Republican Party can Win the White House in 1964. And he added his voice to those congressional leaders who doubt a tax bill will be enacted this year Dirksen noted that several weeks of Senate hearings still are ahead for President Kennedy's $11 billion tax-slicing proposal before debate begins. The House has passed the measure. At a news conference before he addressed a GOP fund-raising dinner at nearby Barre, Dirksen labeled the 88th session a "stop, look and listen Congress." Senior Widower Dies of Burns Preparing Meal LINCOLN, 111. (AP) - An 83- year-old man died late Thursday of severe burns suffered in his home apparently while preparing supper. George Deverman, a widower who lived alone, died after suffering burns over about 99 per cent of his body said Don Holland, deputy Logan County coroner. The fire was discovered by neighbors. Deverman was a retired farmer. HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ABMMItOftf ffltntlBAY Mis. Lena Trout. LaHaree.,. John L. Quick, wmiamsfieM. Otis t). Martin St.. »3 Pitt* St. Miss Annette C. Hahft, MS N. Chambers St. Gottfred E. Olson. Rio, Mrs. Dorothy L. Banning, Abingdon. Leo Gale, WHliamsfleld. • . Mrs. Myrtle E. Wilson, Galesburg Route 3. . 1 John L. Leaf Jr., 104 Clark St. Robert L. Giaser. London Mills. Mrs. Bertha E. Nicholson, 1721 S. Cherry St. Mrs. Madge L. Laird, Abingdon. Thomas P. Admire, 21 W. Third St. Mrs. Mildred L. Brown, 658 Brown Ave Mrs. Patricia J. Snobk, Windcrcst Acres. Mrs. Patricia tVesterdale, Altona. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Thomas Andrew Grubb, Knoxville Rd. Mrs. Verna t. Baney, Altona. John E. Walters. Galva. Leslie A. Wall, Rio. Thomas Jerome Smith, 273 W. Sixth St. Mrs. Ellen D. Smith, 872 E. Third St. Arthur N. Coon, Farmington. Joel Thomas Samuelson, Cameron. Mrs. Marearet L. Sargeant 515 E. Knox St. Mrs. Frances A. Henley and baby, 128 Silver St. Galesburg Reoister-MoiJ, Gotesbura. III. Pridav. Oct 4, 1963 2! Indian, War Vet to Attend Series Game LEWISTON, Idaho (AP)- Walt Alston and the rest of the Los Angeles Dodgers may not know it but when they take the field Saturday against the New York Yankees, Albert Moore of Lewis- ion, Idaho, will be in the stands. So what, you say? Moore is 101 years old, a baseball nut and a Dodger fan. He's also a Nez Perce Indian. You remember the Nez Perce and their leader, Chief Joseph, the legendary strategist who befuddled the U.S. cavalry for months in 1877 before being forced to surrender when overwhelmed by numbers. Moore is one of four survivors of the Nez Perce wars. He left for Los Angeles Wednesday by car to watch the Dodgers and probably will be available to manager Alston on matters of strategy. Speaker Claims Minnesota Likes Barry Goldwater SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-Rep. Clark MacGregor, R-Minn., was the featured speaker at an Illinois Republican fund-raising show which drew 5,000 persons Thursday night. Voters across the land, MacGregor said, are turning away from the present Democratic administration because of unlimited spending and its foreign policy. The congressman said about half of the Minnesota Republicans support Sen. Barry Goldwater, R- Ariz., as the GOP nominee for president. He said many Minnesota Republicans are supporting the favorite-son candidacy of former congressman Walter Judd, with the intention of having him as the candidate for vice president. INFANT MARTIN Otis David Martin Jr., 19-month- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis David Martin, 203 Pine St., died today at 2 a.m. in Cottage Hospital. Funeral services will be held Monday at 10 a.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, where friends may call Sunday afternoon and evening. Burial will be in the Knoxville Cemetery, , The infant was born Feb. 18, 1062, in Galesburg. Besides the parents, other survivors are paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis R. Martin of East Galesburg, and maternal grandparents, LACKY ,f Si > INJ t—i Headliners in Feature at Hollywood Park INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI) Harness headliners—pacers Irvin Paul, Stephan Smith and Henry T. Adios—headed the $10,000 feature race field today at Hollywood Park. In addition to the big three, the juniors of the League for Crippled Children Pace lured Cold Front, Rip Spangler, Vineedy and Midnight Hardy. Adios Butler's mile record of 1:55.3 was in danger of falling with this field. A supporting feature on the race card was the 20th renewal of the $5,000 Pasadena Pace, which enticed a field that included Mr. Bedlong, Ranger Knight, Star Gem and Speedlight. Rebel Song rallied to win Wednesday's featured Catalina Trot, paying $10.40. Favored His Grace was second and Durban Chief third. State Reports Traffic Toll of 182, September SPRINGFIELD (UPD-The Di vision of Highways and state police report that 187 persons lost their lives to traffic accidents in Illinois last month. This compares with 182 deaths during the same month in 1962, The year's toll as of Sept. 30 was 1,422 dead, an increase of 8 per cent over the same period last year. School Girl Is Killed Running In Front of Bus MARCELLINE, 111. (AP)—An 8- year-old girl was killed by a truck Thursday shortly after stepping from a school bus. State police said Mary Vickie Logan walked in front of the bus, then darted into Illinois 96 from behind a second school bus. The truck driver, Everett Wollbrink, 44, of Sutter, was not held. Marcelline is in Adams County, north of Quincy. St. Man's ADMISSIONS THURSDAY Mrs. Roy L. Mast, 231 Belt Blvd. Timothy Pelton, Oneida Charles Clark, 595 W. Brooks St. Mrs. Mary Bennett. 938 W. Main St, Oscar Thompson, 859 Liberty St. Claren R. Frew, Monmouth. Mrs. Edna Cofleld. 546 Olive St. Patricia A. Johnson, 372 S. Academy St. LeRoy.G. Heath, 1215 Florence Ave. Bobby Johnson, 1238 Morton Ave. • Ralph Swedlund, Galesburg Route 3. Sam Conas, 483 Hawkinson Ave. lohn R. McCov. 413 Lombard St. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Mrs. Clarence Bauer. Abingdon. Steven Bond, Abingdon. Wayne L. Branson, 1618 Morton Ave. Robert C. Connour, Galesburg Route 1. Carla Gerstenberger, 38 Park Plaza. Timothy Jordan, 947 S. Cedar St. Mrs. Ben Kemper, Gilson. Mrs. John W. Moriarity Galva. Mrs. Rose Nicolini, Parsmus, N. J.. Bobbie .Tean Phillips, 839 S. Kellogg St. Mrs. Margaret Settle, 833 Avenue B. Miss Dianne Townsond, 790 S. West St. Richard B. Tucker, Galva. Strike Closes Moline Plant Of Deere & Co. MOLINE, 111. (AP)-A walkout of about 850 production workers has shut down Deere and Company's planter works, one of several of the farm implement firm's plants in Moline. Stewart Smith, president of Local 434 of the United Auto Work' ers Union, said Thursday night that he had asked for a meeting with company officials to discuss the unauthorized strike. Production was halted Thurs day when the workers refused to cross picket lines set up by about a dozen members of Local 434. Pickets said they were striking for better working conditions. HINCH LI FF a. PEARSON FUNERAL HOMEWCHAPEl W N. Broad Phone SO-lltl MR. JOHN E. PHILLIPS — Lafayette, La. Formerly of Galesburg. Services 10 A.M. Saturday at the Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Ellisville Man Injured in Tractor Mishap ELLISVILLE - Edward Howerter of the Ellisville area recently sustained a broken rib and a collarbone injury when a tractor that he was operating struck a ditch, throwing him off the seat into the machine. He also was bruised extensively. Mrs. Gladys Hahn, Mrs. Gladys Sherman and Ray Parr are patients in the Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Relatives and friends visiting in the home of Mrs. Mattie Young the past week were Mrs. William Washburn, Lamed, Kan.; Mrs. Lena La Master, Carroll ton; Mrs. Helen Gillette, Altona; Mr. and Mrs. Finis Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kuehn, of Canton, and Janice and Kathie Kuehn, Ellisville. The city of Gloucester pays for its holdings of British Crown land with an enormous eel pie. READ THE CLASSIFIEDSl Rugged De Nucci Vs. Hard-Hitting Middleweight BOSTON (UPI) - Something has got to give tonight when lo cal boy Joe De Nucci stacks his "never-knocked-out" reputation up against the kayo record of Cu ban middleweight Florentino Fernandez. De Nucci was the underdog in limited Boston odds quotations for the nationally televised 10-rounder at Boston Arena. And that bothered the resident of suburban Newton who carries a record of 35 wins, five losses and two draws into the bout. "Everybody talks about how I'll get knocked out," De Nucci said. "But at the same time, they admit I have never been knocked out or even off my feet. Yet they say this will be the first time. I don't see why and I intend to prove it." Even so, Fernandez carries an impressive record into the bout He has knocked out 29 opponents while winning 35 fights and losing six. He has won four straight on knockouts. Knock On Any Door It would take a mighty long time to knock on the door of every subscriber to the Register- Mail . . . yet Want Ads are admitted to that many homes EVERY DAY without knocking, Many of our readers turn to the classified pages in search of house- h o 1 d items, sporting goods, garden equipment, rental property, homes and automobiles. In fact, the Want Ads can find buyers for most anything. Be sure your message is there for them to see! Ask about our seven day rate with cancellation privilege. Dial 342-5161 CLtN-Md Advertising L OCAL CASH RATI effective April i, test Words 1-dajrS 4-days l<da> 140 I MM | I.M I iJo ii-n | >.n |, «.«*u 1.4* w-so I «J7 I I.M 1 141 si-ae f 1.10 ,1 I.N m lMl 18-40 | BBS ! IJ7 1.01 41-88 I • M 1, 4.J8J *M ! TJ8 i 4.04 I.M BLIND A0 BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) Card ot rhaniu In Memoriama Lodge Notices } l-lnch oi MM •2.00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks WE WISH to thank the many friends and relatives who remembered the recent 50th wedding anniversary with cards, gifts and flowers. Their kindness will long be remembered. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Snodgrass and Family WE WANT to thank everyone for the cards, flowers and expressions of sympathy at the time of our recent bereavement. Also, thanks to Rev. Risberg, Miss Hoadley, Mrs. Kennelly, Mrs. Martin and all others who helped us in so many ways. Mrs. Ivan Mallery and Family In Memorlanu TODD—In memory of Garey Todd who passed away 6 years ago, October 4th, 1957. Many thoughts of remembrances of ones who often think of you. The Family CARLSON, Eric A.—In memory of our father who passed away 3 years ago, October 4, 1960. Nothing can ever take away The love a heart holds dear. Fond memories linger everyday Remembrance keeps him near. Mr. and Mrs. Roy De Jaynes Oquawka, 111. Other Notices ON AND after this date, Octo ber 4, 1963, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other than my self. Mrs. Harold (Blanche L.) Woolridge 567 Churchill Ave. City ON AND after this date, Octo ber 4, 1963. I will not be re sponsible for any debts con tracted by any other than my self. George Rogers 1953 East Main St. Lost and Found—1 COON HOUND' LOST In Abingdon area, female. Color brindle. Phone Abingdon 2638 GONE FOR GOOD? Not If you quickly place • LOST AD Phone 342-8161. Business Service—2 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 IS years of service to Galesburg residents. Call Cltywlde Rubbish Removal, 342-1134. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products. Cat • oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork Free estimates. 1-8 year payment plan. 29 Public Square 343-6538 Nlte 343-8404 For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ava. — 843-8813 NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burner* Used stokers, gutter work 135 N Seminary. 343-3318 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. SEARS Services all Sears Appliances. Phone 342-5141. Transportation—3 AM driving to Arizona mid- October, would like lady to ride and share expenses. Reference. Phone 342-0218. Personal-Special Notice—4 BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square Bargains In clothing, appliance* «n<1 furniture AVON PRODUCTS If Interested In buying or selling;. 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. 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. Male Help Wanted-4 slAMilUB man wanted tor year around farm work. Top wages to experienced man. Job available around Nov. l, or 13th. Write Box 839, care Register- Mall. LAID OFF??? National concern hat 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. WANTED — Experienced married man for year around farm work. Modern house. References required. Phone Avon, 488-3380. Herbert Wilkins. , MAN to service route in Knox County area. Home every night, 22 through 38, married $118 weekly Phone: 343-9342. NEED HELP? Ftnd the best through a wider choice. Phone 842-8181 to place vour WANT AD 2-WAY radio technician, require at least second class license. Give qualifications, schooling and experience. Write Box 838, care Register-Mail. SINGLE man to help with Com picking. Write Box 842, care Register-Mail. ROUTE Salesman — Age 25 to 45, married, steady work, no layoff Good opportunity. Apply In person. The Knox Laundry. 332 E. Ferris St. 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—• 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. 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. WOMAN to live in, keep house for elderly lady. Write Box 843, care Register-Mail WAITRESSES — Full time and part time. Phone 342-0141 HUDDLE DRIVE-IN BABYSITTER wanted for one child, prefer someone to live In. 231 S. Pearl St. WOMAN to care for child In my home. Own transportation. References. Call after 5 P.M. 343 9207. CAN you interview people? Are you free to work evenings'? Call Oak Lawn Memorial G*r dens for appointment, 342-5319 WAITRESS WANTED Canton Cafe " EXPERIENCED WAITRESS Must be neat, clean, and depend able. Apply in person. T w 1 n Chefs Restaurant after 2 P.M Male, Female Help Wanled—7 Watted tt CURB OPENINGS We are now taking applications for 2 curb waiters or waitresses, g 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 081 E. Main PART TIME—Man or woman. Earn up to $2.50 hourly on your day off or spare tune. 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 Eippers replaced. Call 342-2905 before noon or after 6:00. Business Opportunity—10 ••lore l «ns INVEST. INVESTIGATE* The Oalaaburg fUalslet • Mali attempt! to determine the ie- llafallliv of the advertiser la all ads requiring an Investment. II cannot, however, guarantee all such otters. We recommend thai you INVESTIGATE full* 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 FOR SALE—Business which provides custom work to farms in the surrounding areas. Financial investment required, but there are substantial gains ($12,000 to $14,000 per year). For anyone who wants to work for themself and enjoys working around farms, this is a wonderful opportunity. For further information write Box 841, care Register-Mail. Wanted to Buy-ll 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. ALSO top prices for. t»«d furnt* ture, appliances, antique furniture dishes, doils, latnw, mk jewelry, etc. ^ Lawstm, .T/tdlrji Post, 921k. ». Mam. 34*4011; ROOMS (or ftett~l4 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. 1 NICE room furnished for light housekeeping, utilities furnish' ed. Also sleeping room. 404 N. Seminary. SLEEPING ROOM Gentlemen only. 107 N. Kellogg. ROOM or Apt.—Hot water heat, cooking privileges. Utilities furnished. Middle-aged working or retired man or woman. 201 W. Tompkins. SLEEPING room nicely furnished. Large lighted closet. Next to bath. Near diner. Employed gentleman. 80 Walnut Ave. 343- W»7- • Furnished Apartments—14 KNOXVILLE — 3-room furnished apt., lower level, clean, attractive, private bath, utilities furnished. Reasonable. 808-3401. 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 OT SLEEPING ROOM through • WANT AD EXTRA nice furnished apt., living room, bedroom, efficiency kitchen and tiled bath. Utilities 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. 2 ROOMS and kitchenette furnished apt. with private bath, second floor; very close In. Ph. 342-1292 after 3 PJVI. or anytime weekends. LARGE 1-room efficiency apt., all utilities furnished, private bath and entrance; fireplace; large closet: ground floor. 581 N. Chambers. 2 ROOM upper front furnished apt. Utilities furnished. Pleasant, clean, close In. Private entrance. 1 adult. No pets. 343-5130 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. NICE lower 4 room unfurnished apt. Also upper furnished 2 rooms. Utilities furnished. Inquire upstairs. 287 W. Tompkins. LARGE 2 room furnished apt. Ground floor. Utilities furnished. 1973 Grand Ave. 342-0433. FURNISHED 3 room apt. Utlli- ties furnished. Close to town. Suitable for one. Located at 343 N. Broad. SECOND floor kitchen and bedroom apt., share bath. Prefer gentleman, $40 month. 342-4021, 343-6986. MODERN upper 3 room furnished apt. with private bath; utilities furnished. Prefer working couple or lady. No pets. 3434548. Unfurnished 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 8 room unfurnished upper apt. Gas heat Everything separate, 74 N. Arthur. Close to shopping center. Adults only $50 Phone 343-2801 before 9:30 a.m or Inquire at downstairs apt. UPPER 3-room unfurnished apt., private bath and entrance. Utilities furnished. 178 N. Cherry St. 4-ROOM unfurnished apt., north, ceramic tile bath, private entrances. Heat and water rumUb- ed, $75. Phone 343-5478. 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, 0- room upper unfurnished apt. Hardwood floors. Private entrance. 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 800 E. Berrien. 3423375. UPPER UNFURNISHED APT. 3 rooms and bath, private entrance. Heat and water furnished. Garage. Adults. No pets. 100 Lincoln. Phone 343-7388. 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX, NORTH. Walking distance to town, gas heat; garage, $65 month plus utilities. Call 343-6194. UPPER UNFURNISHED APT. 3 rooms, kitchenette and bath, all utilities furnished. Call 3437004. LARGE 5 room lower apt., exceptionally nice, new bathroom and sink, wall to wall car. petlng in all rooms. 342-3058. LOWER unfurnished 3 rooms, bath and sunporch. Heat, water furnished. Adults. 343-2390 Saturday, Sunday and altar 8:30 p.m. weekdays. MAYFAIR MANOR APTS. Available now—3 ot Galesburg's newest and finest 3 bedroom air conditioned apts., 1 up, 1 down; landscaped recreation area; f»r» ages; paved off itreet parking, $125 925 Dayton Dr. 343-8487; 342-4953; 343-9251. NORTH — Unfurnished B-roora apt., heat and water furnished. 1 child. 870. Phone 342-2438. DUPLEX apt., 4 rooms down, 3 bedrooms and bath up; basement, garage. Available Oct. I, Phone 343-7038. 810 E. Main St. ; (Continued on page 22) Pork Scallop Place alternate layers of thinly sliced pared apples and potatoes, and smoked link sausages cut into small pieces in a greased casserole. Cover with white sauce. Repeat layers until casserole in about % full. Sprinkle with buttered bread crumbs. Bake, covered, in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) about one hour. Then uncover and continue baking until top is browned. BEAD THE CLASSIFIED HOUSTON (UPI) - Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Scott today settled down to a normal married life following their elopement marriage. She is 82 and he is 87. "The wedding was exciting," she said. "We even had to get {biood testa just lil*» ltyw-old*,'*

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