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Golesburg Register-MoM* Golesburg, III. Saturday,-Oct. 12, 1963 17 DEATHS AND FUNERALS MRS. WALTER DOUGLAS NEW YORK (UP1) - Mrs. Wifr ter Douglas, 84, daughter of a famous explorer and geologist who mapped the Canadian north from coast to coast, died Wednesday in Phoenix, Aril., it was announced here. Mrs. Douglas was the widow of Walter Douglas, who was president of Phelps Dodge Corp. and president of Southern Pacific Lines of Mexico. Her father was Dr. Robert Bell who, in addition, to exploring Northern Canada, is credited with naming more than 300 landmarks. REV. BERNARD T. RATTIOAN BOSTON (UPI) - The Rt. Rev. Bernard T. Rattigan, 54, director Of tht Confraternity of Christian Doctrine in the Boston Archdiocese and a former vice rector of Catholic University, died Friday. REV. LEO R. SMITH OGDENSBURG, N.Y. (UPI) Funeral services will be held here Tuesday for the Most Rev. Leo R. Smith, 58, Roman Catholic Bishop of Ogdensburg, who died of a heart attack in Rome while attending the Ecumenical Council. JOE MAXWELL Joe Maxwell, 89, of Chillicothe, died at 2:40 p.m. Friday in Galesburg Cottage Hospital, where he had been a patient since Sept. 19. Mr. Maxwell was born Aug. 15, 1874 in Cuba, where he attended elementary school and was graduated from high school in 1893. He was a resident of Bushnell 40 years before moving to Chillicothe in July of this year. Maxwell was a retired carman for the Burlington Railroad. He had served as supervisor of Bushnell Township 16 years and was justice of the peace four years. He was a member of the Bushnell Methodist Church. He was married to Mary Grace Sherwood in Lewistown Feb. 9, 1898. Surviving are his .widow; a son, Cecil G. Maxwell of Bushnell, a daughter, Mrs. Ralph King of Chillicothe and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be Monday at 2 p.m. at the Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. " 1 s I Elmer Evelyn Anderson of Orion; a stepmother, Mrs. Betsey John* son; a stepsister, Charles Beftha Johnson of Bishop Hill and a stepbrother Charles Johnson of Oneida. He was preceded in death by a son and a brother. Funeral services were in the Johnson - Gill • Schuster Chapel, Galva. Burial was in the Bishop Hill Cemetery with military rites by the Fusiliers of the Galva American Legion Post. WILLIAM L. WELSH ALEXIS — Funeral services for William L. Welsh, 80, who died Wednesday, were held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Alexis United Presbyterian Church. Pastor E. L. Casrodale officiated. Vocalists were Mrs. James Phelps and Harold Liggett, accompanied by Mrs. Robert Edwards at the piano. Pallbearers were Gerald Miller, Jack Miller, Charles E. Howard, Max Lindberg, Harry Johnson and James Welsh. Burial was in the Alexis Cemetery. RUDOLPH B. JOHNSON BISHOP HILL — Funeral services were held today at 1:30 p.m. for Rudolph B. Johnson of Bishop Hill, who died Thursday at the Veterans Hospital in Iowa City. Mr. Johnson was born in Bishop Hill March 16, 1896, and attended rural schools in the area. In 1921 he enlisted in the Navy and was discharged in 1923. He was married to Louella Nelson Feb. 3, 1922, in Galva. Mr. Johnson was employed by the Rock Island Arsenal and the Bishop Hill public schools. Surviving are his widow; a daughter, Mrs. Vernon Verla Wilson of Rock Island; a sister, Mrs. PETERS0N- WALLINKNOX Alpha, III. Mr. Harold K. Underwood Age 46 Lynn Center, Illinois Arrangements pending at the Alpha Chapel. KIMBER & WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Misi Janttto Knptson 730 Avenue A Funeral Plans Pending. FARRAND O. BRENT ROSEVILLE - Farrand O. Brent, 64, died today at 5:30 a.m. at the Monmouth Hospital. He had been there since Friday, but was in failing health the past five years. He was born July 6, 1899, in Ellison Township where he spent his entire life. He married Martha Talbott on Aug. 20, 1930, in Minnesota. She survives with two sons, Karney of Arlington, Tex., and Giles of Lowell, Ind., a daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Brewer, also of Lowell, two sisters, Mrs. Roy Van Riper of Kirkwood, and Mrs. Ralph Tilley of Monmouth, and three grandchildren. Services will be held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at the Corman Me morial Home here, where friends may call Monday from 7:30-9 p.m. Burial will be in the Ellison Cemetery. MRS. MYRTLE MEEKER Funeral services for Mrs. Myrtle Meeker, 70, of 139 N. Pleasant Ave., who died Wednesday, were held today at 1:30 p.m. in the First and Puckett Funeral Home, Rev. W. T. Lippert officiating. Mrs. Clifford Pearson was organist. Burial was in Pleasant View Cemetery at Kewanee. MRS. CATHERINE HILE Funeral services for Mrs. Catb erine Hile, 79, of Marion, former' ly of Galesburg, who died Wednesday, were held today at 2 p.m in the Kimber and West Chapel, Rev. Malcolm Shotwell offici ating. Mrs. Wayne Tryon was organist. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers were Richard O'Donnell and Jesse Campbell. Acting pallbearers were J. W. Johnson, Howard Han son, Joe Cohura and Laverne Hunter. Violet chapter of the Order of Eastern Star conducted memorial services at the chapel. Mrs. Hile was a member of the chapter. MRS. VERNA GLAGOW ELMWOOD — Mrs. Verna Glagow, 68, died Friday in Sheboy gan, Wis. She had lived in She boygan more than 40 years. Mrs. Glagow was born in Yates City Dec. 30, 1894, and attended grade school and high school there. For many years she work ed at the glove factory in Kewa nee. She was employed in a book and magazine store in Sheboygan until her death. She was married to Herman Glagow, who survives, along with her mother, Mrs. Orpha Taylor, and a sister, Mrs. Hazel Dalton, both of Elmwood. Her father and one sister preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held Monday at 3 p.m. at the Patt son Funeral Home in Elmwood. Burial will be in the Yates City Cemetery. Visitation will be held Monday morning until the time of the service. MRS. EDWIN A. CRAFT CAMBRIDGE—Mrs. Edwin A. Craft, 60, of Cambridge, died HIM MLIFFa PEARSON FUNERAL HOME WCHAPIL 287 N. Broad Phone 143-2101 MR. LOUIS S. PAPPMEIER — Route 2, Galesburg. Services 10 A.M. Monday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund. MR. JOE MAXWELL ~ Chillicothe, 111. Formerly of Bushnell. Services 2 P.M. Monday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call Sunday eevning at the funeral home. Friday at 9: OS a. m. at Kewanee Public Hospital, where she had bean a patient six days. The former Mayme Wolfram was bom June IB, 1903, tit Rock Island, and was married to fid' win A. Craft June 30, 1928. She attended Rock Island schools, in* eluding Brown's Business College there. She was a member of the Cambridge Lutheran Church, LCW and Cambridge Mystic Chapter, Order of Eastern Star. Mrs. Craft was also past president of the World War II Mothers in Cambridge. Survivors include the husband; a son, John E. Craft of Lynn Center; three grandchildren and a brother, Frederick Wolfram and a sister Ann Wolfram, both of Rock Island. Services will be held Sunday at 2:30 p. m. at the Cambridge Lutheran Church, with Rev. R. W. Johnson officiating. Visitation is tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock at Stackhouse Funeral Home, Cambridge. Burial will be in the Roseville Cemetery. Cambridge Mothers of World War II will attend in a group. WILLIAM P. HIGGEN8 William P. Higgens, 68, of 873 Warren St., a retired Burlington Railroad car inspector, died today at 10:20 a.m. in St. Mary's Hospital, following a lingering illness. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel. Have You Heard That Robert Bowen of Huntington Beach, Calif., is visiting his mother, Mrs. R. A. Bowen, 677 W. Main St. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Franken* burger, 1521 N. Academy St., were in Chicago this week attending a National Association of Insurance Agents meeting, WILLIAM EARL ST. CLAIR MONMOUTH - William Earl St. Clair, 70, died early this morning at his home, 217 S. Third St. He was born Jan. 28, 1893 at Vinton, Iowa and came to Monmouth in 1909. He was a graduate of Monmouth High School and attended Monmouth College. Mr. St. Clair was associated with the retail furniture business more than 35 years and was manager of White Furniture store before retiring three years ago. He was a member of the Second United Presbyterian Church, Monmouth Elks and Monmouth Masonic Lodge. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Harold B. White, Burlington, and Mrs. N. Barr Miller, Washington, D.C. He was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters. Funeral services are pending at the Turnbull Chapel, Monmouth. Judge to Rule On Suit as Time Runs Out CHICAGO (AP) - A federal judge has taken under advisement a civil rights suit asking construction be halted on Chi cago's new courthouse unless three Negroes are hired as apprentice ironworkers on the proj ect. Judge William J. Campbell of U.S. District Court Friday took case under advisement and said he would issue a ruling Wednes day. Work by ironworkers on the $45-million project is scheduled for completion two days later. In the suit, brought under an anti-discrimination order issued by President Kennedy, the plaintiffs contend they were denied employment because of their race. They sought work on the 30- story building as apprentices through Local 1 of the Iron Workers Union. The plaintiffs are Michael Cochrin, 18, James Hill, 21, and Ronald Todd, 22, all of Chicago. HAROLD K. UNDERWOOD ALPHA - Harold K. Underwood, 46, of Lynn Center, died today at 7:50 a.m. in St. Anthony's Hospital, Rock Island, after being admitted Friday at 11 a.m. Mr. Underwood was born in Mount Sterling Aug. 18, 1917, and was the son of Donald and Mary Underwood. He was educated at St. Augustine before moving to Lynn Center May 16, 1941. In 1937, he was married to Katherine Seabloom at Swedona Lutheran Church. Mr. Underwood worked for the J. I. Case Co. in Rock Island 18V4 years. Surviving are his widow; four sons, Kenneth, Roger, Jerry and Jim; and two brothers, Raymond of Maquon and Glen of Coal Valley. Funeral services will be arranged by the Peterson-Wallin- Knox Funeral Home in Alpha. MISS JANETTE KNUTSON Miss Janette Knutson, 60, of 730 Avenue A, died Friday at 11:55 p. m. in St. Mary's Hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Kimber and West Mortuary. Pekin Man Dies In Car Wreck NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - An Illinois man was killed and three persons riding with him were injured in a two-car collision here today. Baptist Hospital identified the victim as Robert L. Averitt, about 55, of 504 Charlotte St., Pekin, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jacks and Mrs. Irma Jones also of Pekin, suffered minor injuries. Gladstone Area Residents Are Injured in Falls GLADSTONE - Mrs. Bertha Allen fell Wednesday at her home on the steps at her back door, She was taken to the Monmouth Hospital. Her right arm was broken near the wrist and her little finger was broken on the left hand. She also sustained injuries to her ribs. Her granddaughter's husband, Alfred Lewis, happened to drive by immediately after her accident and gave her assistance. Mrs. Milton Beltz is a patient in the Mercy Hospital in Burlington recuperating from a fall she received in her home Oct. 7 when she slipped on a rug. She has a fractured vertebra. Michael Lee Allen injured his foot at football practice Wednes- Red Cosmonauts Leave Cuba for Mexican Visit MEXICO CITY (UPI) - Soviet cosmonauts Valentina Tereshkova and Yuri Gagarin arrived here from Cuba Friday to attend the 56th conference of the International Aeronautical Federation. They were noncommittal in statements to the press, admitting they plan to visit "several countries" during their tour but not naming the countries. American astronauts are also scheduled to attend the aeronautical conference. Two Die When Car Sideswipes Pickup Truck ROCK ISLAND, 111. (UPD-Two persons were killed and a third critically injured in a crash here Friday night. Police identified the dead as Clifford Foster, 23, Moline, and Richard Michalek, 25, Rock Island. Gerald Schnell, 20, Rock Island was taken to St. Anthony's Hospital here and was reported in critical condition. Authorities said the car, driven by Schnell, sideswiped a pickup truck on a one way street and went out of control, smashing into a utility pole. The driver of the truck, William Yakley, 20, Davenport, Iowa, was not injured. Barman Notes Old Hickory Gains Weight SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) - Andrew Jackson's face was just too fat. And the bartender had a sharp eye. And so, police said today, Albert J. Chappelle, 39, of Mllbrae, Calif., went to jail on suspicion of passing counterfeit money. Officers said Chappelle walked into a San Francisco bar Thursday and asked the bartended to break a $20 bill. The bartender eyed Andrew Jackson's face and called police. Police searched and found that Chappelle had 37 more "fat Jacksons" in his possession. He was arraigned on charges of possessing counterfeit bills. l-Way Route, Detour Roads Are Listed The weekly bulletin from the Division of Highways, Bureau of Traffic, listed the following roads in this section of the state undergoing construction or repairs: 111. 78, from one mile north of Norris to mile south of Norris, road closed due to construction. Detour over 111. 116, 97 and 9. Adds 15 miles. 111. 17, from south junction of 111. 78 to Wyoming, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. 111. 91, from Toulon to Princeville, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. 111. 90, from three miles east of 111. 78 to Princeville, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. 111. 100, from Dumfermlrne to Lewistown, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. Librarian Is Employed At Altona ALTONA — Mrs. James Hayes of Altona has been hired by the board of Ransom Library. A member of the Altona First Methodist Church, she sings in the church choir and is department superintendent of the Sunday school. The Hayes family lived in Galva 14 years before moving to Altona in 1961. All those who have books and magazines checked out of the library should leave them at the home of Mrs. Hayes, or Verna Bloomquist to be readied for the new checkout system which will be introduced when the library is opened. As an added convenience, a book drop also will be installed. The opening date of the library soon will be announced. Resigns Post At Toulon TOULON—Jack Goodrich, assistant farm adviser for Stark County the past 3Vfe years, has resigned his post effective Nov. 1. He has accepted a position as a territorial sales supervisor of fertilizers and other agricultural chemicals with Armour Agricultural Chemicals Co. and his territory will be the eight northwestern counties of Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Goodrich and children Jackie, Jeanie and Jeff will move to the Polo area. Student Nurses Hear Therapist Mrs. Ernestine Colson, occupational therapist at the Easter Seal physical therapy center, recently spoke to students at the Good Samaritan Nursing home. The students are beginning their studies in gereatrics and Mrs. Colson spoke on the team approach in therapy. The speaker is affiliated with the Knox County Society for Crippled Children and Adults, Inc. AlWood Player Hurt ALPHA — Roger Johnston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Johnston, suffered a minor head injury Friday night in AlWood's homecoming game with Rockridge which was played at Alpha. He is under observation at Moline Hospital where he is reported to have improved. Johnston plays halfback for AlWood. day. He is a freshman at Union High School. Japanese Lose Golf Match on Short Drives PINEHURST, N.C. (AP) - A team of Japanese senior golfers, hampered by short drives, bowed to American seniors 30-6, in a two- day, 36-hole match that ended Friday. Jiro Hirose of Japan defeated George Hardy of Evanston, 111., 2Vt- l /z in the only win Friday for the visitors. Lynn Center Youths Win In 4-H Event KANSAS CITY (AP) - A team from Illinois has taken first place honors in 4-H Club judging livestock and grading at the American Royal Livestock Show, beating a group from Kansas, its closest rival, by 51 points. The Illinois team Friday scored 1,962 points to Kansas' 1,911, followed by Wisconsin 1,904, Texas 1,862, Georgia, 1,850 and Nebraska 1,840. Two of the Illinois team members, John Peterson, 17, and Dave Linden, 16, both of Lynn Center, finished first and second in the individual scores. Peterson scored 669 points as an individual and Linden 668, followed by Mike Martin of Texas with 652. Small 'Bearing' On Space ROLLA, N.D. (AP) - A plant here operated by Bulova Watch Co. has a small, but special "bearing" on the space age. Its only product is an instrument jewel bearing — and it's the only plant of the kind in the country. This bearing, for a space-age gyroscope, is so small that 400,000 of them would make a level teaspoonful. Claatified Advarti*m| 1 LOCAL CASH ftATt Effective Apni i. i »si Words 1-days t-dayt 1-dij I*M j_ a.a , t.at i ii-a» t.w | Ml 1.41 16-30 I 4.17 t \ i.90 J, LOT ..81*88. . I 8.10 { *M | 1 Jl M-40 6.88 «.#7 8.07 41-38 6.58 I 4.36 8.31 46-80 J 1M 4.84 3.18 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) Me Card ot manna la Memonama Lodge Notice* J 12.00 } l-lf)c 12. inert ot DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks WE WISH to thank our many friends, relatives and neighbors for the wonderful gifts, cards and letters of congratulation received in observance of our Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary. Everything was greatly appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelso and Daughter MOORE, Arthur — We wish to express our thanks to our neighbors, friends and relatives for the food, flowers, cards and all the thoughtful acts of kindnesses at the time of the loss'of our beloved husband and father. A special thanks to those who assisted in any way at the Northgate Bowling Lanes. All was deeply appreciated. Mrs. Arthur Moore and James Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carr and. Family 10 Memoriami JOHNSON, Karon Earlene — In loving memory of our daughter and sister who passed away thirteen years ago today, Oct. 12, 1950. "Our memories are treasures never to be forgotten." Mom, Daddy, Sharon Lynn and Mark. MILLER, Charles M.—In memory of our husband, father and grandfather who passed away 1 year ago, Oct. 13, 1962. The blow was great, the shock severe We little thought the end was near, And only those who last can tell The pain of parting without farewell. More each day we miss you, Friends may think, the wound is healed But they little know the sorrow That lies within our hearts concealed. Mrs. Mary MiUer Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, Jr. and family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller and family Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Horn and family Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McGill and family HUTCHINGS — In memory of our wife and mother who passed away six years ago today, October 12, 1957. Gordon F. Hutchings ^^„, and Sons. Lest and Found—1 LADY'S black cutch purse lost in vicinity of O. T. Johnson Department Store. If found call Abingdon 2432, collect. Reward. PRESCRIPTION sun glasses lost in a downtown store Tuesday, Oct. 8. Call 484-6221, Altona, Collect. GONE FOft GOOD? Not If you quickly place a LOST AD. Phone 342-5161. Business Service—2 LAWN BUILDING Now is the time to do SOMETHING about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whiterock E. J. MARTIN—342-0321 RUBBISH REMOVAL "Double your trash back if not satisfied" Celebrating 15 years of service to Galesburg residents. Call Citywida Rubbish Removal, 342-1134. SEARS Services all Sears Appliances. Phone 342-5141. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products. Gas & oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates. 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Public Square. 343-8535. Nlte 343-5404. For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. 343-6813 NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318. Peraflfial-Sfteclftl Nettet—I BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square, Bargain* lrt clothing, appliances and furniture. AVON PRODUCTS If interested in buying of sell- lng, call 342-0360, 342-1623, Mala Hel, Wanted-* $120 Weekly Guarantee Guaranteed $120 minimum per week while training to take over route Job in Knox County area. Must be married 21-36, high scchool education necessary, college preferred. Apply Mr. Stevens, TraveLodge, Tuesday, October 15 at 7 p.m. MAN wanted for year round farm work. Modern home. Phone Farmlngton 245-2513. TRUCKERS with tractors and tractor-trailer to run our expanding system. Year around work. Contact Hal Cisco, 922 Avenue A., Galesburg, 111. 309343-1139. LAID OFF??? National concern has route opening for married man over 21, who Is neat, honest and dependable. $117 weekly guarantee to man who qualifies. Write Box 619, care Register-Mall. Will Hire 4 Men With mechanical, farming or salesman experience to work with our maintenance equipment. If you are looking to advance in your average work, see Mr Burns between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday Oct. 14 at the Motel Siesta, Canton, 111. ATTENTION clerks, salaried employees and assistant managers. If you are unhappy with your present salary or your earnings are too low, and are wondering how you might increase your earnings, call 3422185 or write Box 854, % Register-Mail. All replies and calls strictly confidential. $95 Weekly Guarantee $95 week to start, S5 raise a week for next three weeks for route Job. Must be married and have high school education. Apply Mr. Clark, TraveLodge, Tuesday, October 15, at 8 p.m. EXPERIENCED SALESMAN Wanted for assistant manager of local men's clothing store. Steady Job, excellent salary. State experience. Write Box 857, care Register-Mall. LOOK HERE Town and Country food company has given me the go sign I need several men of good character, 25 to 50 years of age, married, and high school education. No experience necessary. We train you at company expense. Many fringe benefits, including new car if you qualify. We are expanding and men are needed for management. For confidential interview contact Mr. Watt at 2140 Grand Ave., Galesburg, 8:30 to 12 noon or call 342-1317 during the same hours for special appointment, FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT, Year after year without lay off. Assured minimum earnings each year plus additional earnings based upon individual effort and the use of your own abilities. Previous experience not a requirement. Earn while you learn. Unusual employment benefits. 21 to 35, married. Apply 260 W. Main, 5 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. PROGRESSIVE, well established firm is seeking an outstanding young man, over 21, with solid background, for an unexcelled career opportunity. Man selected must be able to supervise men, express himself, and be willing to devote 40 hours or more weekly to his work. Ten year retirement possible with five figure return annually. Position offers major responsibility and excellent growth opportunity. Send resume to: Director, Box 4, Monmouth, Illinois. MAN WANTED 18 to 24. Personable, industrious, physical fit. Man will be trained for a job as crewman at McDonald's, 1072 N. Henderson St. No previous experience required. Apply between 9 and 11:30 a.m., 2 to 4 p.m. or 8 to 9:30 p.m. ___ ACCOUNTING GRADUATE Some experience preferred. All books of account for a national feed manufacturer. Excellent conditions and fringe benefits. Send resume or call Mr. Scott, for interview. Allied Mills, 7501 5. Adams, Peoria. 637-7771. Growth Company Osborne - Kemper - Thomas Inc. an affiliate of Hallmark cards, offers an excellent opportunity for full time career salesmen, in selling advertising and sales promotion. Limited travel . . . selling business executives in Central 111. Under new management offering outstanding sales positions for experienced salesmen, future management positions for those who qualify. Call W. E. Metcalfe, District Manager for personal interview at the Holiday Inn Motel, East Peoria, between 3:30 and 6 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 15. Personal interviews by appointment on Oct. 16. Male Help Waftte4~4 SALES representative ' tet"tu^ tionally known fertilizer earn* pany. Young man with farm background and degree in sells or related field preferred. Salary, company automobile, incentive bonus, group insurance and retirement plan. Write BO* 851, carts Register-Mail, SALESMEN: Water softener sales — big earnings — exclusive territory. Write C. C. Keel, P. O. Box 3474, Milwaukee 6, Wis. MAN to service route in Knox County area. Home every night, 22 through 35. married. 8118 weekly. Phone: 343-9343, NEED HELP? rind the beat through a wider choice. Phone 342-5161 to olace vour WANT AD EARN extra money for Christmas up to $50 per week until the end of the year. Apply Mr. Carter at TraveLodge Motel, Tuesday, October 15 at 7:30 p.m. WANTED: Man for year round farm work. Must be experienced. Modern house. Top wages. Write Box 858, % Register-Mail. SHOE Salesman Wanted — Experience preferred. Age 21 to 35. Opportunity for advancement for neat and reliable person. Paid vacation and insurance. Father & Sons Shoe Store, 336 E. Main. Galesburg. Female Help Wanted—4 A COUPLE or housekeeper wanted to live in and keep house for man living in country. A good opportunity for COUDIO looking for rent free living. Home modern, Time off. Write Box 829, % Register-Mall. WOMAN cook wanted — Also other kitchen help. Fremont House, 260 E. Fremont. No phone calls. 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. WANTED: 1 day curble. Apply at Grandvlew Drive-In. WAITRESS WANTED — 4 p.m. to 12 midnight, 40 hr. week. Age 21 to 40. Apply in person. Rocky's Maid Rite, 2250 Grand Ave. DISHWASHER wanted. Good hours, meals, uniforms furnished. Apply In person. American Beauty Restaurant, 308 E. Main St. BABYSITTER wanted for one child, prefer someone to live In. 231 S. Pearl St. HOUSEKEEPER Wanted — Live in. 5 children. Phone 343-2537 or inquire 1060 E. South St. after 6 P.M. Male, Female Help Wanted—7 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 IS hours weekly. Phone 343-9343. Wanted Now Fountain Help. Grill Help. Waitress Help. Curb Help. Ph. 342-0141 HUDDLE DRIVE-IN Employment Wanted—8 FULL tlME bmdfe'WORK' 2 years experience in typing, shorthand and office machines. 342-2922. WAN IIM . 1 ' l ynine t' i< >t< -riv home. For an added income. Mrs. Harlan Bryan, R. R. 1, KniiVvilJP. Ill ''H!' 'ft'/H WANTED General light housekeeping or babysitting by days. 343-3372. Business Opportunity—10 B.for. too IHVEIf INVESTIGATE! Tha OalMburg Rag islet • Mali attampta to determlna Uw reliability of tha advartleer la aU ads requiring aa Investment. It cannot, however, guarantee all •ucb offers. Wo recommend that vou INVESTIGATE follT betero you INVEST RESTAURANT for sale in Knox- vllle. Doing good business. Must go to warmer climate. Write Box 846 % Register-Mall. Wanted to Buy—11 TOY pedal car wanted. For boy 3 yrs. old. Must be in good condition. Ph. 342-0988. WANTED TO BUY. A good used safe. Write P.O. Box 151, Galesburg, 111. WANTED TO BUY — Tractors, trucks and cara tor parte. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co., Knoxville Road, Galeaburg. m. Ph. 343-1914. ALSO top prices for used furniture, appliances, antique furniture, dishes, dolls, lamps, guns, jewelry, etc. Lawson Trading Post. 926 E. Main. 343-1918; 3436241. (Continued from Page 17) Gilson Church Benefit Is Success GILSON — About 250 were served at the Gilson Community Church annual supper Wednesday and the items at the bazaar were almost all sold. A neat sum was realized and will be used for further renovation of the church basement. Gilson Briefs Mrs. Virgene Putnam Is in St. Mary's Hospital suffering from pneumonia. Mrs. Nellie McCoy is recuperating from a broken arm. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Houk spent a weekend with their sister, Mrs. Ira Tribbey at Washburn. Other guests in the Tribbey home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rodgers, John and Janet of St. Charles. Tlrs. Edna Harmon is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harrison, Linda and Judy. Kitchen arithmetic: there are four tablespoons (level) in a quarter of a cup, five tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon (level) in a third of a cup. Another Marine Copter Is Shot Down hy Reds SAIGON (AP) — Communist guerrillas shot down a U.S. Marine Corps helicopter Friday night near the spot where 12 Americans were killed earlier this week. There were no casualties in the latest incident. As several fighter planes strafed the guerrilla gun position, a second helicopter plucked to safety the downed helicopter's crew. U.S. officials said the H34 helicopter was shot down as a search continued for a U.S. Air Force fighter pilot and his Vietnamese copilot whose lighter - bomber plane crashed last Tuesday about 350 miles north of Saigon. The two have been listed as missing and presumed dead. Rock Islander Crushed Beneath Station Wagon ROCK ISLAND, 111. (UPI) Eugene Kopp, 45, Rock Island, was crushed to death beneath his car Friday. Authorities said he was repairing a brake drum on a rear wheel of his station wagon when the jack slipped. Neighbors freed him but he was dead on arrival at the hospital. Where There's Smoke NOVATO, Calif. (AP) - Smoke poured from a veterinary hospital. Neighbors told the Fire Department they smelled animals burning. The vet was trying to barbecue a chicken. Boy Walks Plank SOUTHAMPTON, England (UPP—A man with a handle-bar mustache strode up the gangplank of the liner Pendennis Castle recently and in a gruff voice said, "avast there, shipmate. Do you need an able-bodied hand to sail with you?" A dock policeman standing nearby took one look, grabbed the mustache, ripped it off and arrested Chris Watkins, 14, who said he had run away from home and wanted to go to sea. Instead his parents were called and the crestfallen boy was taken home. 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