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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 8, 1963
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V D E AT IIS AND FUNERALS 4IARVKY H, BUNOY «er Bund?, assistant secretary ot state ffofn imib im and father of presidential advisor MeOforge fiundy, died Monday at hii home, Me was %. OR, A. C. D1UFFENIIACH MYSTIC, COM. (UPI) - The Rev. Dr. Albert C. Dleffenbsch, a retired Unitarian minister and former publisher, died Sunday after a long illness. He was 87. RALPH APPLKBADM FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI) Ralph Applebaum, 93, president of Virginia Dare Corp., died Monday night of an apparent heart attack. DR. g. r. SERRA MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (UPI) —•Dr. Salvador Ferrer Serra, 51, finance minister and a former deputy and national senator, died Monday. A lawyer by profession, he also had served as ambassador to Brazil. DWAYNfc H. STEPHENS CAMBRIDGE - Dwaync H. Stephens, 48, a former Cambridge resident, died unexpectedly Monday at 4:15 p.m. in a LaGrange hospital. Mr. Stephens was born July 14, 1914, a son of Hallie Stephens and Ha^el Atkinson Stephens. He was graduated from Cambridge High School and Western Illinois University in Macomb. Mr. Stephens taught school in Cambridge, Dixon and LaGrange, where he Was principal of the Oak and Ogden schools at the time of his death. He was a veteran of World War II, a member of the Cambridge HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Ontidtf, III. Mr. Oscar (luck) Olion Oneida, 111. Services: 2 P.M. - WEDNESDAY HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME where friends may call this evening. The family suggests flowers be omitted. Burial in Ontario Cemetery. Methodist Church and Cambridge Masonic Lodge, Me Is survived by his mother and a sister, Mrs, Btn Andrews of Gefieseo, H4 was preceded ifl death by his father, Funeral services will he held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the First Methodist Church at Cambridge. Friends may call Wednesday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Stackhouse Funeral Home in Cambridge, Military honors Wilt be accorded at the graveside in ftosedale Cemetery by the Cam* bridge American Legion Post. Ma* sonic services will be held at the funeral home Wednesday evening. MRS, JOSEPHINE V. MACE Mrs. Josephine V. Mace, 80, of Rook island, died Monday. She was the organizer of the Superior CaldrOrt of the Daughters of Mokanna. Murga Caldron No. 28 in Galesburg was under her jurisdiction. Funeral rites will be Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. in the Knox* Larson Mortuary in Rock island. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Nellie P. Oberg of Rock Island. MRS. CHRISTINE OLSON Funeral services for Mrs. Christine Olson, 88, of Wataga, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Klmber and West Chapel, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be in the Bishop Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Olson died Sunday at 10:15 p.m. in the Galesburg State Research Hospital. The former Christine Elblom was born March 23, 1875, near Bishop Hill, and had resided at Wataga since 1920. She was married to Eric A. OlsOn April 18, 1006, at Cambridge, and he died ih 1944. Mrs. Olson was a member of Faith Lutheran Church at Wataga. Survivors are a son, Everett Olson of Wataga; a stepson, Lon Olson of Oneida; four daughters, Mrs. Vance (Eleanor) Baker of Joliet, Mrs. Tom A. (Marguerite) Craig of Houston, Tex., Mrs. O. N. (Emma) Riley of Wataga and Miss Charlotte Olson of Wataga; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Roy B. (Lulu) Clague of Galesburg, and six grandchildren arid step- grandchildren. A son and a stepson preceded her in death. KLINCK Mortuary Knoxvllln, Illinois Mr. Thomas W. Mathews 527 East South St., Knoxville Funeral services: 2 P.M. - WEDNESDAY KNOXVILLE METHODIST CHURCH. Friends may call at the Klinck Chapel this evening. Interment Haynes Cemetery, Family suggests memorials be made to the Knoxville Methodist Church building fund. Military rites by Harry W. Philblad Post No. 749. KIMBER 3d PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS for Ovar AO Years Mrs. Timothy J. Frisby 600 E. South St. Funeral: 9 A.M. - WEDNESDAY at the KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel this evening, where rosary will be recited at 8 P.M. Mrs. Christine Olson Wataga, III. Funeral: 2 P.M. - WEDNESDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. laonard J. Auttln 163 S. Academy St. Funeral: I P.M. - WEDNESDAY at the CALDWELL FUNERAL HOME PLATTSMQUTH, NEBRASKA. tw was • nwmowr or ine neen Methodist Church. M Mr. Carrti was married to Oft Black April 12, IMS, at Molt- mmrth. she preceded him In death, He was married to Verne Junkfft in Decsmbw 'ins At Pen* rla. She survives along with two sons, James of Biggsville, and John of French Towrt, Mont* tour grandchildren, a • stepdaughter, mt Earl Lahtt of Monmouth; • brother Marshall of Largo, fla„ and two sisters, Mr*. Carrie Larimer of Cameron, and Mr§. Miry Patterson of GatSiburg. Two stepchildren and six broth* ers and sisters are also deceased, The name of Mr. Cams was incorrectly listed in the death notice as published in Monday's edition. Names of the surviving sisters were inadvertently omitted in the same account. INFANT TAYLOR FAIftVIEW - funeral services for Laura Sue, 3 -month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Taylor of Galesburg Route l, were held today at to a.m. here in the Root Funeral Home. Rev. Lyle Leverton of the London Mills Evangelical United Brethren Church officiated. Burial was in the White Chapel Memorial Garden at Canton. Pallbearers were uncles of the infant and included Berwin, Fred and Ronald Taylor and Clifford Bump. The Infant was fatally hurt Friday in a fall from a bed in the family home. Besides the parents, she is survived by two brothers, Richard Allan and James Eugene; three sisters Linda Marie, Deborah Dianne and Julia Elizabeth; ma ternal grandfather, Clifford Bump of Cuba; paternal grandfather, Claude Taylor of near Maquort and a stepgreat - grandmother, Mrs. Margarete Taylor of Bloom- ngton. FRANKLIN P. CRAlG ALEXIS •>- Funeral services were held Sunday at the Mc Knight Memorial Home, in Alexis for Franklin P. Craig, 85, who died Friday ih Mercer County Hospital, Aledo. Rev. William Palmer, pastor of the North Henderson Methodist Church, official ed. Mrs. William McKnight was vocalist, accompanied by Mi's. Avis PhillipsOn, organist. Pallbearers were Robert Clark, Richard Clark, Gene Mathers, Gerald Mathers, Raymond Cheline and Phil Olson. Burial was in the Alexis Cemetery. F. A. SINGLETON ABINGDON — Funeral services fpr Francis Albert Singleton, 87, of 100 S. Harshbarger St., Abingdon, who died Sunday, were held today at 2 p.m. here in the Larson Funeral Home. Rev. Donald Hogan \>f the First Christian Church in Abingdon officiated. Mrs. Delores Lundstrom was Vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Patricia Dunlap, organist. Burial was in the Abingdon Cemetery. Pallbearers Were Everett Olinger, Dorrance Lund- Btrorri, Richard Andrews, Guy Wilkerson and Gerald Voorhees. MRS. JOHN S. SCHROEDER Funeral services for Mrs. John (Alta) Schroeder, 84, of Henderson, Who died Friday, were held today at 2 p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, Rev. Lyle Leverton officiated:. Mrs. Wayne Tryon was organist. Burial was in the Henderson Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ralph and Connie Anderson, Charles Cooper and John Blixt. GEORGE RASKA FARMINGTON — Funeral serv ices for George Raska, 30, jf Farmington, who wait killed Sunday in an auto accident, will be held Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. in the Anderson Funeral Home, Farmington, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be in the WilUamsfield Cemetery. Mr. Raska was married to the former Patricia Lewis of Wit llamsfield, who survives. In the obituary published in Monday's edition her former home was incorrectly listed, as was the hour of the funeral services. SUEL CARNS MONMOUTH — Funeral serv ices for Suel Cams, 83, of 440 S Seventh St., Monmouth, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Holliday and Hoover Memoria" Chapel at Monmouth, where the family will receive friends to night from 7 to 8:80 o'clock. Bur ial will be in the Monmouth Cent etery. A memorial fund for Monmouth Hospital has been established and donations may be left at the chapel. Mr. Cams died Monday at 4:98 a.m. in Monmouth Hos pital. He was born Jan. 10, 1810, in Warren County, where he spent his entire life. He farmed until 1927 when he came to Monmouth He worked for the Brown Lynch Scott Co., as a hauler 1$ years, \ MRS. AUGUST REPPLE Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. for Mrs August Repple, 69, who died in her Peoria home Sunday. The former Elizabeth Murphy was born in Douglas, Knox County, Nov. 9, 1893, and was married to August Repple May 29, 1942 He preceded her in death Feb 7, 1962. She is survived by a son, Wayne Swadley of East Peoria; a step son, Joseph Repple of Des Plaines; two sisters, Mrs. Louella Bocox of Texas and Mrs. Elsie Baker of Galesburg; a brother Loris MUrphy of Joliet; three grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be at the Gauss Mortuary, Peoria. Rev. James K. White of the East Peoria Methodist Church will officiate. Visitation is this evening at the mortuary. Bar Fife From Home V <X v?/ Goltsbura ft«oliWr*Moil. Gol«»bura, Tuesday. Per. 8. .I.W. If Residents Object To Zone Changes An ordinance to redistriet property ort the west side of Farnham Street and the South side of Clay Street was put on sicond reading by the Galesburg City Council Monday night. Plan tmartcrtey neap* Banish "octopus" outlets Blowtorch, can start blazo Confino sparks to, fitoplflco Clothing: Firo-vulnerable Clean hooting oqulpment HIGH COST OF FIRE—Man's most precious material pos- aessioft^-hia home—is also among the most dangerous from the standpoint of deaths and injuries by fire. About 1,600 bottles are destroyed or damaged by fire each day, pointing up the need for the utmost vigilance against this Common enemy. Sketches above illustrate precautions to DO taken in holding down fire's toll. Why not check your house) for potential hazards now—during Fire Prevention Week. Judge Approves First Objection To 1962 Taxes The first objection to the county treasurer's action to sell property for delinquent taxes was approved Monday by Knox County Judge Daniel J. Roberts. lie said the Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis, who operate St. Mary's Hospital, run a religious and charitable institution afid their property is thus exempt from taxation. The amount of tax On their residence at 226 S. Prairie St. was $158.70. This property was acquired In 1957 and has been used since then for living quarters for the sisters. The objection was entered Monday just prior to judgment being taken on aU delinquent-tax property, and was the first order signed by Judge Roberts. Others still pending include the American Red Cross, Burlington, Santa Fe and Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railroads and the Methodist Conference. OLIVER SAMUELSON NEW WINDSOR - Mrs. Arthur Samuels received word Saturday evening of the death of her brother Oliver Samuelson, 71, of McMinnville, Ore. He was the son of the former Mr. and Mrs, John Samuelson of Ophiem. Funeral services and burial were held at McMinnville. News Notes of North Henderson NORTH HENDERSO N— Brownie Girl Scout Troop 464 held a meeting Oct. 1 in the school all-purpose room. Members hiked to the oity park and found leaves. Susan Miller was host and served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Craft and son Brian have moved from Davenport to Galesburg, where he has employment. They visited several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson, of North Henderson. Mathis Bangs Head SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI) Singer Johnny Mathis today was nursing a cut over his right eye that he received last Friday night when his head hit an awning in hurdling a hotel lawn table. The entertainer's manager, John NoVa, disclosed Monday that the cut—which required three stitches —caused Mathis to feel faint Sunday night and eut short his final show «t the Circle' Arts Theater here. Bank Official Say Arvey Got Loan on 'Bonds' DALLAS, Tex. (UPD-Erwin B. Arvey, son of Democratic committeeman Jacob M. Arvey, of Chicago, secured a loan from the Oak Cliff Bank and Trust Co. here with worthless stock, according to the bank's attorney. Arvey, 44, was arrested last week in Los Angeles for interstate transportation of $550,000 in counterfeit securities. A U.S. commissioner set an Oct. 24 hearing. The bank's attorney, J. Willard Gragg, told today's Dallas Morning News that Arvey had secured a note at the Oak Cliff Bank and Trust With $150,000 in bonds. "The brokerage firm Arvey worked for has told us that the bonds are worthless," Gragg told the News. JACOBY ON BRIDGE Unpassed Hand Jumps to Four By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Although most systems will play the jump to three of partner's suit by an unpassed hand as a game force, the examples are always in the major suits. Somehow or other no one really likes to play the minor suit jump as anything, but a strong invitation to further bidding. For years the western players have all played the bid this way and it is only with the majors" that they are just coming around to playing limit bids. NORTH • *A9732 VKJ753 • 76 *4 WEST BAST *10 . *Q • AK83 4 9542 • J9752 +A10863 SOUTH (D) • KJ8043 •/ A 10 i QJlfl KQ Both vulnerable fart* Writ North M* 1 4 Pass 4 A Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—-4) K Father Aeeused Of Murder Tries To End Life CHICAGO (AP) - A father facing arraignment Monday in the slaying of his three small children swallowed broken glass from his watch crystal and tried to slash his wrists with a spoon. Ernest Aguilar, 27, was reported In good condition in Cook County Hospital Where surgeons removed from his stomach fragments of glass swallowed Sunday night at Cook County jail. Aguilar was indicted for murder in the slaying of his children, Ernest Jr., 3; James, 2, and April, 17 months. Their razor- slashed bodies were found Sept. 15 in the bathtub of the Aguilar home. It is necessary to have some way to handle the forcing raise of a major and after years of experimentation I have come around to using two no-trump as this forcing raise by an unpassed hand. This means that the normal two no-trump response can't be used, but I have never found any great use for it anyway and it does come in mighty handy as the forcing raise because It leaves lots of room for exploration below game. In the Jacoby system the jump to four by an unpassed hand remains just as in other systems. A hand that should produce game and that has little defense against the opponents and little chance for a slam unless opener really has lots of control cards. South has 17 high card points and a pretty good six card suit Mast any strong bid by North should suggest a slam, but not the jump to four spades. South misses three aces and there is little chance that North will hold two of them, so South passes and settles for the game READ TTB WANT ADSI Action came one hour and ordinance started with conflicting opinions aired by residents of the locality. Following a public hearing last month, the City Plan Commission recommended that the I2<acre ract adjoining the Knox Homes Addition to the west be reclassified from RiA to Rlfi. Objecting residents claimed that they were unaware of the hearing and want ed to present their own views through their attorney, Mrs. Mar jorie Schneider. Both classifications are single family residential, with the only difference being in the amount of land specified for each lot. Paul Welter, who plans to develop the area, said about half a million dollars would be spent in constructing 45 new homes if the area is reclassified. Area Varies The present RIA classification requires that lots be not less than 10,000 square feet, a setback of 30 feet and a 10-foot side yard on each side of a house. RIB requires only 7,500 square feet with a 25-foot setback and 5-foot sldeyards, Changing it to RiB would reduce the value of homes that could be constructed on the lots, objecting resident claimed. Mrs. Schneider pointed out that some of her clients there had homes valued as high as $20,000, ' Weller said his homes would cost $11-500 to $14,500. Attorney John Black, speaking for Weller, said people living immediately to the east of the area in question are classified RIB while properties to the north are RIA. The developer plans to construct permanent curb and gutter, sewer and water pipes, he said. 324 Sign Petition Mrs. Schneider presented a petition signed by 324 residents, all objecting to the proposed project. They would not object to new home construction if the area were left RIA because the value of a home largely depends on the value of the lot it is built on, she said. Mrs. Schneider said a lot classified RIB Would have less value than the larger lots under RIB, the highest single family classification in the city. Ten residents objecting to Wei ler's project were present at the meeting, To Improve Intersection In other business, the council approved state highway department plans to improve the intersection of Henderson and Main streets. Bids will be advertised immediately, according to city officials. The improvement includes widening the pavement and providing for a right turn traffic lane in the northeast quadrant of the intersection by reconstructing about 1,900 feet of curb and a safety Island. "Yield" signs on North Street and Columbus Avenue and on West Street at Tompkins Street were authorized and "no parking" zones at Henderson and Main streets, as recommended by the state highway department, were approved. More Loading Zones The following new loading zones were included in an ordinance approved unahlmously: 62 feet north of the north side of East Main Street running north on the east side of North Kellogg Street, a distance of 20 feet, for a morning only loading zone; 30 feet starting on East Ferris Street and on to North Prairie Street; and 22 feet starting on East Main Street and on to South Cherry Street, for loading zones at all times. An ordinance on annexations of Grand Avenue, from the east city limits to East Avenue and East Avenue from Grand Avenue, was put on second reading. 5 minutes after debate on the Oaattf lad Advertising LOCAL (HASH Mfg. ffotitt tot* Mays Miy 140 IMS M-S0 School Patrol Displays New Safety Belts Weston School safety patrol is the first in Galesburg to display a new orange safety patrol belt, it was announced today by the Chicago Motor Club. The club, distributors of the belts, has sponsored the school safety patrol movement since 1680, The fluorescent orange glow belt has been produced to replace the traditional white belt, a club spokesman said. These white belts have been in general use since they were first developed by the motor club 49 years ago. A. J. Christy, manager of the club's Galesburg branch office, said the new belt, with its orange fluorescent exterior, offers greater Visibility. The belt is made of tex tile and plastic, and in addition to being strong, lightweight and flexible, has the same adjustments for Size that are available in the White belt. It «1 T|I»H 45 -ML 43 §LI^ AD BOX RlWf AL mipiiM "OuCfti-teiW) MS Csrd at tttsntto \ i»Meh et In UtmtimM > less tiOOH Notteas / U .O0 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. • ' Card of Thanks A.,.. WIS wish to thflfik our fnsrty fflends t &r cktde, flowers, vis- Its, also i6f the big oake,, in ob- setvanfee of out Sixty-sixth wedding Anniversary October 2nd. Mr, and Mrs. W. F. Jones, Knoxville, 111. I wt ^k tt) thattk ail neighbors and friends, faculty and children of t. f. atone School for Six Draw Fines On Battery, Traffic Counts Six persons were fined Monday | afternoon and this morning in Police Magistrate Court. Donald Hinkle, Plaza Motel, paid $10 and costs after pleading guilty to a charge of battery, and Chester Campbell, 279 Virginia Ave., paid $5 and costs for cutting through a gas < station driveway. Dean L. Hill, 474 N. Academy | St., paid $10 and costs for speeding, as did Florence B. Hart, z Brown Ave., and Donald I Hayes, 248 W. Sanborn St. Algerians Hold US Citizen and Search House ALGIERS, Algeria (UPI) Algerian police, searching for a pro-rebel National Assembly dep uty, detained an American newsman Monday night while they searched his home for the wanted man. CBS reporter Don Stephen, who lives next door to Dehiles Sli- mane, was kept under police guard While they searched his home for Slimane. He was released 40 minutes later, Informed sources here said police thought the deputy Was from Tizi-Ouzou, the rebel stronghold, might have asked a neighbor to hide him. Temperature at Record High in St. Louis Area ST. LOUIS (AP)—The temperature struck a record high Monday as it climbed to 92 degrees in the St. Louis area. The reading, the highest since a 94 on Aug. 28, equaled a mark for the date set in 1939. Choir to Sing For Educators Knox College Choir will travel to Bock Island Friday to sing a concert for the Illinois Education Association's Black Hawk Division's 43rd annual meeting. Prof. Creston KUngman is taking the full choir of 70 voices in two of the Knox College buses for the program in Rock Island Field House this week. Fire Damages Combine, Alpha ALPHA — A combine owned by Harold Meredith caught fire and exploded between 4 and 5 p.m. Sunday on the Robert Shepard farm 4V2 miles north of Alpha. Shepard and Meredith were harvesting beans when sparks from the battery of the combine ignited an oil leak. The accident caused approximately $1,500 damages. Shriners Plan Dinner Meeting A ladies night dinner meeting will be held by the Galesburg El Bon Shrine Club Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the First Presbyterian Church at Oneida. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Johnson are host and hostess to the meeting. The club meeting date was changed because of a confllction in the church program. J. E. Tribbey, club president, also announced that there are a few signers for a bus to the Peoria Oct. 12 ceremonial. Providing enough signers are obtained, a bus will leave the Galesburg Masonic Temple at 12:30 p.m. Secretary Harry Allender is handling bus reservations. fldwers and cards, A special thanks to Dr, Milo O. fleed, nurses and nurses' aides during tny stay at Cottage Hospital. All were greatly appreciated. Edward Xcmitihlln. Other Notices ON and" after this date, October t S, 1803, t will not be responsible for anydebts contrasted for Mrs Pearl fioughton, 847 Lincoln St., by any other than myself. Carl Boughton. Lost and Pound—1 GLASSES LOST — Monday'in vicinity of Cottage Hospital: Park frames. Phone 348-8M1. GONE FOft GOOfif Not If you plac« a LOST Ar sir qUlckly Phone 341-ftisi — yellow LOST ~ yellow gold bracelet, will Identify charms. ' J4f " •' gold charm ^. —ftlfy charm! PhOnC Miss Dorothy. 343-1260., Business Servico-4 LAWN BUILDING Mow 1» the. time to do SOMETHING about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding - Whlterock K: 3. MARTIN—342-0821 RUBBISH REMOVAL "Double your trash back Vt hot satisfied" Celebrating 15 years of service to Galesburg residents. Call Citywide Bubbish Removal. 342-1134. , GOOD COAL SALE Stoker, lump, flO.BO ton on 8- ton orders. Washed, oiled. (11 ton small ordera. Special Oft trash. 342-2078. R, Watts. LAWNBUILDING excavating driveways, black dirt, seeding, sodding end white roek. Paul Bledsoe. 349-2*96.o« 343-6170. „ , ; SEARS services all sears Appliances. Phone 348-5141. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products. Gas St oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork, Free estimates. 1-3 year payment plan. 29 Public Square. 349-0835. Nlte 343-5404. For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Murrow Progressing WASHINGTON (UPI)—Edward R. Murrow, director of the U.S. Information Agency and widely known radio and television newscaster, was reported making a satisfactory recovery today from surgery for removal of a malignant lung tumor. Murrow entered Washington Hospital center Saturday for surgery to correct blockage of a bronchial tube. During the operation, however, doctors discovered the tumor and removed his left lung. The tumor was later found to be malignant. Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. 343-8S13 NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318. MUSIC - stringed instrument repair. Also will buy old guitars, banjos and mandolins. L. A. Irwin. Bushnell. 111. Ph. 399K. Personal-Special Notice— 4 BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at IS Public Square. Bargains irt clothing, appliances and furniture. AVON PRODUCTS If interested in buying or selling, Call 342r0360. Male Help W*nted-5 DAILY NEWSPAPER In Central ants a county editor. The man we are seeking has some newswrlting experience or " ' • • - —' m calls Gobd opportunity. SenS resume college training. Position cat for reporting, photography, fea ture writing and some layout. with salaray expected, experience and clippings. Write Box 845, o/o Register-Mail, OLDER man wanted for building maintenance Work. Pull or part time. Consider someone on pension. Write giving age and hours available to P. O. Box 931, Galesburg, 111. MARRIED man wanted for year around farm work. Top wages to experienced man, Job available around Nov. 1, or 15th. Write Box 839, care Begister- Mall, LAID OFF??? National concern has route opening for married man over ai, ndable. ?117 man who qui Box 819, care Register-Mail. who is neat, honest and dependable. SU7 weekly to man who qualifies. onei weekly guarantee Write MAN to service route in Knox a. Phone To rea. Home every County ai night, 22 through SB. marrle 1118 weekly. Phone: 348-9842 NEED HELP? rind the best through a wider choice. Phone 34g-916) to plaee your WANT 8 -WAY radio technician, require at least second class license. Give qualifications, schooling and experience. Write Box 835, careReglster-Mail, WANTED PIPE FITTER for Local Industry Maintenance Experience with Hydraulics Pressure systems Permanent Top Wages Apply ILLINOIS STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 872 E. Simmons St. MAN wanted for year round farm work. Modern home Photie Farmington 148-2813. WANTED - Experienced married or single man tor farm help. Pale F. Anderson, Ablng djrl. HI. *_ ^ _ _ ,„ (Continued on page 20)

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