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20 Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, HI. Saturday, Oct. 12, 1963 State Seeks to Establish Rating on Park Popularity SPRINGFIELD. 111. (AP) - Illinois is looking (or a new basis for a "top ten" rating of its state parks as camping sites. The 1,600 families which arc members of the Illinois Division of the National Campers and Hikers Association will be the judges. To make the judgment, the division's 36 chapters will try to send at least one family to camp at each of the state parks and other areas with campsites. There are about 27 state areas with improved or semi-improved sites. To encourage the chapters to rate the less patronized sites, Gov. Otto Kerner is offering a trophy to the chapter which sends a family to stay overnight at each of the 27 areas. W. W. Fowler of Aurora, national first vice president of the camping organization and a state director, and Ward Edwards of Rockford, slate president, are leaders of the Illinois camping organization. The old system of rating is Herring to Get Award at City Managers Meet City Manager Thomas Herring Will receive a 10-year service certificate at the annual International City Managers' Association conference next week. He is among approximately 100 city managers who will receive awards for 10 or more years' service. Herring has been here since Nov. 1, 1960. Coming from Nevada, Mo., where he served as city manager. Among those honored will be three managers who have 25 years service in the profession. . ICMA, the professional organization for city managers, was found- el in 1914 and sponsors training courses aimed at improving public administration efficiency, in addition to conducting research on local governmental problems. Wayne E. Thompson, president, pointed out, in a release announcing the awards, that the average tenure of managers who left their position last year was nearly 5M- years. Annual turnover in the profession is about six per cent, he added. If you have trouble rolling up thinly sliced sandwich bread — when you are preparing sandwich rolls — try covering the bread slices, after crusts are removed, with a damp towel. SUNDAY Rummage Sale 1 to 6 SUDZY'S 1177 MONMOUTH BLVD. BENEFIT CHILDREN'S MILK FUND based on camping fees paid. However, some of the most used camps are closest to the heaviest population centers. Thus, heavy use may indicate convenience rather than inherent camping attractiveness alone. Heavily used camps arc usually the first to benefit by money available for improvements, such as electricity and sanitary facilities. Rated by use, the most popular State Conservation Department campsites this year through August stood in this order: Chain O' Lakes, New Salem, Illinois Beach, Kankakee River, Starved Rock, White Pines, Mississippi Palisades, Lincoln Trail in Clark County, Lowdcn Memorial, Lake Argyle, Anderson Lake and Apple River Canyon. The only funds available for campsite improvements are the $70,000 taken in from camping fees so far in 1962-63. A court test is being sought of legislative authority to give power to issue bonds to underwrite improvements. The goal is to build 4,000 modern campsites. The bonds would be paid off by revenue from camping fees, which would be raised from the current 50 cents to $1 nightly. Wyoming Man Held in Jail TOULON — James Geary, 21 of Wyoming Route 1, is being held in Stark County Jail on two charges of burglary and one of larceny. A preliminary hearing was held Thursday, and Justice of the Peace William A. Lambert set bond at $10,000. The charges stem from a breakin at the Allen Grain Co. in Speer and the Herb Meakers* home here. Geary was picked up from Knox County officials Wednesday where he faces a charge of armed robbery with two other men. LARGE GARAGE SALE Many Items added this weak. Including booka. aalt ft pepper collection, diahei, lampa. SUNDAY AFTERNOON at EVE. LOIS SMITH Corner of Meek 8t Ohio ABINGDON FOR SALE 1—F-20 Tractor, hydraulic pump 1—W30 McCormick Tractor on rubber 1—J.D. A Tractor, good gear 1—Poathole Digger far Horn Farmall, hydraulic. 1—10' Wheel Diec with Hydraulic cyllndera. Many Uaed Parte on Hand 2M Corn Picker Parte JACK SMITH BERWICK, ILL. Phone Abingdon 9-7013 CLOSING OUT SALE Aa I am quitting farming I will aell at Public Auction at farm located % mile north of Harmon, 111., on black lop road on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1963 AT 1 O'CLOCK MACHINERY IHC Super M tractor, in good condition, good rubber: 1951 AC- WD tractor, good rubber; 2-row AC cultivator; Oliver 3-14 plow on rubber: Kewanee 9' wheel disc; 4-sec. harrow; IHC 2-ME corn picker; IHC 4-bar rake; Massey Harris clipper combine; 9' cultimulcher; good rubber tire gear w/old flare box; 2 old rubber lire wagons; Turley seeder; IHC tractor spreader; IHC 7' mower; Mayrath 38' corn elevator w/Briggs & Stratton gas engine; grain blower; IHC 4-row planter old; 2-Hydraulic rams; 9-A type hog houses; round tank; 300 gal. gas tank; hog waterer; wood self feeder; small burr mill. Many Item* Too Numeroui To Mention 1949 CHEVY 3 /i-TON TRUCK TERMS — CASH Not Responsible far Accident! Auctioneer*—LEWIS G. MARKS and MICHAEL E. MARKS Clerks—CARROLL MARKS PAUL SHUMAKER, Owner GAGE PAINT and BODY SHOP WE SPECIALIZE IN: 1. Insurance Work 2. Auto Painting 3. Truck and Tractor Painting 4. Steam Cleaning 5. Glass Installation 6. Gas Welding and Cutting 7. Arc Welding 8. Fender Repairing 9. Wrecks Completely Rebuilt 17 YEARS 10. Auto Waxing 11. Touch Up 12. Radiator Work 13. Rusted Out Panels Replaced 14. Batteries Charged 15. Customizing 16. Truck Lettering 17. 24-Hour Wrecking Service EXPERIENCE Call Us for Free Estimates Free Pickup and Delivery Standard Service Station — Gas and Oil Open Sundays For Estimates We will loan you an insured car or truck to drive while we repair yours. Call Any Time — Day or Night. Open Evenings by Appointment. H. L. GAGE, Owner Phone 375*6637, Warago, Illinois Transportation Departures Effeettt-e April 28 ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME Burlington* EMlbound 8 Fust Mall |w» 80 AkSarBen -10 Denver Zephyr — 7:M g LJOCHJ " _„,_J1 -Le»wi " 18 California Zephyr - 12:31 13 Nebraska Zephyr —7:08 Burlington. Waatbound 8 to Omaha, Lincoln 1:48 85 to Kansas City ——1:85 7 to Denver , 3 •55 35 to Kansas City _ 3 AO 11 to Omaha, Lincoln —3:10 17 to California 6:32 1 to Denver —8:23 Santa Fe, Eastbound 20 Chief J40 18 Texas Chief —— 6:40 18 Super Chief- El Capltan* 11:10 2 S .r. Chief* „———11:46 124 Grand Canyon 2:20 12 Chleagoan 5:80 Santa Fa, Wait bound B K. ':. Chief -2:38 10 Chief . . 12 55 12r Grand Canyon 3:20 1 S.F. Chief* ^_»..7:08 15 Texas Chief —____-9:5B 17 Super Chief- El Capitan* .—10:25 •—Flagstop Osark. Northbound Flight 140 to Chicago* ... 9 06 906 to Chicago** 4:45 690 to Chicago*** 6:39 Ozark Southbound 141 to St. Louis** 8:59 691 to St. Louis'•* 8:44 •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday •••—Saturday only •••—Saturday only *US SCHEDULES Westbound To West Coast 6:30 To West Coast 1:20 To West Coast ...9:45 Eastbound To East Coast ...11:55 To East Coast 8O0 To Peoria 1:20 To Peoria 8:25 Soutltbound To St. Louis 10 «0 Northbound To Davenport 9:20 a. m a. m a. m a. m p m p m a. m a. m a. m p. m p m p m p. m a. m. a. tn p. m a. m. p. m. p. m. a. m. p. ro p. m p. m. p m. p. m. p. m. a. m p. m READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! CLERK- STENOGRAPHER CITY OF GALESBURG Clerk, Stenographer wanted tor City of Galesburg. Pension plan, two weeks vacation leave, sick leave, fully paid group insurance, 40-hour week. Salary range S265.00—$339.00 month. Starting salary based on qualifications. Apply at City Manager's Office, City Hall. Kirkwood PEO 50-Year Members Cited KIRKWOOD — Mrs. Frederick Rawson and Miss Helen McClanahan, 50-year members of PEO, were honored guests at the meeting of Chapter T in the home of Mrs. Raymond Johnson Oct. 7. Mrs. Reid Everett presented the honorces gold mum corsages. The program, "Living Joyously for 50 Years," was presented by Mrs. Robert Work, with Mrs. Rawson and Miss McClanahan, recalling incidents that have taken place in Chapter T. Mrs. Young presented 50-year guards to be attached to the pin to the honorees. Mrs. Josephine Gordon of San Diego, Calif., also is a 50- year member and a guard is being sent to her. During the social hour, Mrs. Rawson and Miss McClanahan presided at the tea table which was decorated with an arrangement of gold and bronze mums and gold candles. Mrs. Caroline Appleton, director of the PEO Home, and Mrs. Jeanette Abbey, a former member of Chapter T, were guests. FARMERS ATTENTION New galvanised 22 gauge building sheets. 5c a square foot. Sheets 3'x20' — $3.00. 400 N. WHITESBORO Phone 342-01 It FOR SALE 2 Bedroom modern bungalow with garage. Gas heat. Located at 955 S. Chambers. For Information. Call 343-6347 NOW OPEN — THE EVERGREENS list W. Main St.. Galesburg. 111. A State Licensed shelter care home for ambulatory man and women. Reasonable rates, good care, well balanced meals. For appointment phone 342-3241. Mrs. Grace E. Zugg, operator. Picket Cribbing and Oak Lumber for Flooring Temporary Cribs At Low Prices. SIX INCH FENCE BOARDS IN ROUGH FIR, OAK AND RED CYPRESS FOR STRONG LONG LASTING FARM FENCES. PENTA POSTS, POLES AND LUMBER IN MANY SIZES. CASH PAID FOR OAK, MAPLE AND WALNUT TIMBER. Kendrick Timber Products PHONE 150 ABINGDON, ILL. BOOKKEEPER - ACCOUNTANT UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY AMBITIOUS MAN WHO WANTS HIS OWN BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE BUSINESS AND EARN UP TO $10,000.00 A YEAR. We have developed and perfected a NEW modern HI-SPEED system for BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE work ... By using this NU-METHOD system the work can be done 50% faster and with greater accuracy. YOU CAN START ON A PART-TIME BASIS FROM YOUR HOME (If you qualify). WRITE BOX 838, c-o REGISTER-MAIL CLOSING OUT SALE Having sold my farm I will hold a Closing Out Sale at farm IVJ miles South of Knoxville, 111. and East to first house on TUESDAY, OCT. 15, 1963 at 12 O'clock. HOGS: 115 choice feeder shoats, vaccinated, casterated and wormed. 2 sows due to farrow first of Nov, MACHINERY! 1058 J .D. 420 tractor with wide front. This tractor has been used very little, fully hydraulic, 2 row J.D. cultivator, Woods Bros, corn picker good, 32' corn elevator, J.D. 2-14 plow, tractor spreader on rubber, 4 sec. wood harrow, good rubber tire gear and flare box, Power corn sheller good, 8' disc, 3 sec. iron harrow, good 2 wheel trailer w/stock rack, New Idea mower, J.D. 290 planter on rubber, 6' disc, 2-old wagons, high wagon, iron wheel wagon, spring seat, gas engine 4 HP. used 2 seasons. Cattle self feeder, new 50 bu. hog self feeder, creep feeder, Cowboy tank heater, ,'U)0 gal. gas tank and stand, oil barrells. 2 single hog sheds, 1 double hog shed, 12 sheets 12' galvanized roofing. FEED: 200 bu. oats more or less. 500 bales good hay. 60 bales straw, few bu. corn. Some junk and many items too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH. Not Responsible For Accidents. SAM ANDREWS—Owner Lunch on Grounds. Auctioneers: Lewis G. Marks, Michael E. Marks. Wall Llndahl and Carroll Marks, Clerks. BORROWING or INVESTING Loans for building, buying or repairing homes. Reasonable monthly repayments. NOW PAYING 4 ^2% •n AU Investments $1.00 up. SAVINGS WITH SAFETY. ELM WOOD SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION formerly ELMWOOD HOMESTEAD and LOAN ASSOCIATION ELmwood, OL — Established 1880 - Phone 3621 Member Illinois Savings and Loan League MARKET REPORTS MONDAY'S ESTIMATES CHICAGO (AP) - Estimated livestock receipts for Monday are 14,000 cattle, 8,000 hogs and 300 sheep. Galesburg Hog Market Galesburg Order Bayers C. B. A Q. Stockyarda Market 25 cents lower. Bulk of eastern shipping hogs, $15$15.25. Top, $15.50. Quotations: 200-230 $14.75-$15.50 230-260 $14.40-$15.40 260-300 $14.00-$14.90 Sows: 300-500 $12.00-$14.00 Soviet Publication Pravda, the official newspaper of the U.S.S.R., began publication on May 5, 1912 and, on its 50th anniversary, was distributing some 6 million copies daily. Backyard Sale 59 ALLENS AVE. SUNDAY — 9 'Til ? Not responsible for accidents PRINTING 200 Vi-sheet Letterheads 200 Envelopes to match Printed - $4.00 All Kinds of Printing. VERNOLA PRINTERY Alexis, 207 S. Main Maquoti Native Named to Oil Company Post Earl P. Morrison, a native of Maquon, has been appointed to an executive position in the Chicago branch of the American Oil Co. He will work in the office of Herman L. Boyle, general manager of administration. Morrison has been assistant corporate secretary and manager of general office employe relations. He will change jobs Oct. 16. Morrison joined American oil in 1946 as sales promotion clerk in the Peoria office. He advanced to assistant division employe relations manager at Peoria and Milwaukee and then to the general office employe relations department. He subsequently became READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! ROOM ADDITIONS REMODELING CABINETS, Etc. — Free Estimates — WAYNE WEBSTER 343-1720 WANTED BUILDING LOT with 70 foot frontage, or more, located in north or northwest. CALL 343-8352 UPPER AND LOWER APARTMENTS Recently re-decorated and thoroughly claaned. Will rant separately or together. Tel. Office 342-6931 Res. 343-2681 HARDY CHRYSANTHEMUMS Dig them yourself sale. Bring your own spade and containers. A bushel basket of blooms on each plant. All colors... 75c ea. OPEN SUNDAY LaFayette Greenhouse On the Home Nursery Ground, LaFayette, III. SPECIAL SALE Wednesday, Oct. 16 We have several loads of yearlings, also some fancy calves, listed for this sale. Some of our early consignments are: 50—Yearlings, Wt. 675, good quality. 22—Yearlings, Wt. 725, choice quality. 20—Yearlings, Wt. 700, choice quality. 35—Yearlings, Wt. 750, choice quality. 30—Yearlings, Wt. 800, fair quality. 21 Yearlings, Wt. 750, good quality. 42—Yearlings, Wt. 700, good quality. 1—Load of 900 lb. cattle. 40—Fancy Angus calves. 50—Fancy Angus calves. 20—Fancy Black, White Face calves. 37—Fancy Hereford calves. 14—Fancy Hereford calves. 31—Fancy Hereford calves. 35—Choice 2-Yr. Old Angus heifers, calfhood vaccinated. Registered Angus bulls turned with there heifers on June 15th. Several small bunches and Odd Holstein steers. We could have anywhere from 400 to 600 yearlings; 300 to 500 calves; 300 or more odd cattle, cows and slaughter cattle. WE ESTIMATE 1,000 to 1,200 FOR THIS SALE Don't wait too long to buy your cattle. At these prices, it looks like a good time to buy. LINN COUNTY AUCTION CO. BROOKFIELD, MO. On 36 Highway, 100 miles west of Quincy, 100 miles east of St. Joe PUBLIC SALE of TEN ACRES House at 1364 N. Farnham St., Galesburg, 111., and adjoining 10 acres within said City. Pursuant to a Decree of the Circuit Court of Knox County, Illinois, in Chancery Case No. 63-C-1G8, said public sale will be held in the corridor on the first floor of the Court House in Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois, on FRIDAY, NOV. 8, 1963 Sale commencing at 10:00 in the forenoon. Property to be sold consists of a tract containing ten acres located on the West Side of N. Farnham Street and known as the Hilma Benson real estate and No. 1364 N. Farnham St. Excellently located for subdividing. Has sanitary sewer connecting privileges under an instrument in writing executed by said Hilma Benson, dated B'ebruary 20, 1960, filed for record April 10, 1963 and recorded in Book 589 at Pages 3 and 4 of Records in Office of Recorder of said County. Principal improvements consist of a 3-room frame house with basement and attached garage, a chicken house, barn, corncrib and water well. Gas and city water available. TERMS OF SALE: 2U'c of the sale price to be paid in cash on day of sale and balance on March 1, 1964, upon approval of sale by said Court. Possession will be given on March 1, 1964. Real Estate taxes for 1963 due in 1964 will be paid by owners, but sale will be subject to all subsequent real estate taxes. All rents for current year ending March 1, 1964, reserved, including any or all crops attached at time of sale. An owner's title insurance policy issued by Chicago Title and Trust Company in the usual form in the amount for which the real estate is sold will be furnished to the purchaser or purchasers and that Company's Preliminary Report on title may be examined at office of the undersigned Attorneys. FOR INSPECTION — Contact the undersigned Auctioneers or Attorneys. Open for inspection Oct. 14, 25 and Nov. 5 from 3 P.M. to 5:30 P.M. JOHN J. BLAKE. Master is Chancery. WOOLSEY. STICXNEY It LUCAS. CORBIN fc KENT Attorneys. Auctioneers, 214 Weinberg, Galesburg. Illinois. Galesburg. Illinois. Phone: 343-1033. division employe relations manager at Peoria, regional employe relations manager at Indianapolis and employe relations manager of the central credit card office at Chicago. Me was appointed manager of genera! office employe relations MIXED HAY WANTED can e* saw— BID aowm, mi CBfcO STOCKYARDS Oalestrar*. lU—Tei S4t.Mll Werthelmef Cattle Co. In*— APPLES CIDER PUMPKINS Boyce's Orchard RR2-Canton, Illinois 3 miles South and 4 miles West of Fairview in 1959 and became assistant cor* porate secretary in 1981. Me was reared in Elmwood and studied business administration at Brad* ley University. coMPitn TREE RIMOVAl Fully Insutad — Fraa Bsilfjialat POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan I-I1H OIlMn, III. Galesburg, 111. — MI-SIM Backyard & Rummcge Sales, etc. Must bo In 12 noon day before ad runs. Call 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register*Mall NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR COUNTY SERVICES The Board of Supervisors of Knox County, Illinois will receive bids for: COURT HOUSE (1) Janitor Service of the Knox County Court House including servicing of the heating and air conditioning units, according to specifications on file with the County Clerk. Applicant shall demonstrate that he has had at least two years practical experience with central heating and cooling systems and shall possess such skills as specified in the contract between Knox County and the J. P. Benbow Plumbing and Heating Company and York Division of Borg-Warner; and (2) Window Cleaning. HEATING PLANT (I) Maintenance Service for Knox County Heating Plant and Yard Maintenance for Knox County Jail and Court House. SHERIFF (1) Care and Maintenance of all radio equipment operated by the Sheriff's Office. Bids for each of the above services are for the period from December 1, 1963 through November 30. 1964 and will be accepted at the office of the County Clerk until Friday, November 2, 1963, at 4:00 o'clock P.M. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids. Dated this llth day of October, 1963. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF KNOX COUNTY, ILLINOIS (SEAL) By Samuel H. Hinchman, Clerk BANKRUPT AUCTION To Be Held At Premises Located At 4512—23rd Ave. Moline, Illinois Friday, October 18th, 9:30 A.M. Till ?? Sot., October 19th, 9:30 A.M. Till ?? Sunday, October 20th, 1:00 P.M. In The United States District Court For The Southern District Of Illinois, Northern Division IN THE MATTER OF: ROBERT JOHNSON ) d/b/a ) JOHNSON SALES CO. ) IN BANKRUPTCY No. RI BK 63-243 Approximately $70,000.00 Worth of New Carpeting; Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room and Bedroom Furniture; Lamps; Pictures; Mattresses; Ash Trays; Radios and Televisions; All Brand Names Such as American, Roxbury, Magee, Jamestown, C & E, Artcraft, Rembrandt, Chromecraft, Berne, Armstrong, Burton Dix, Restonlc and Admiral. On SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20th, We Will Sell Balance of New Merchandise Not Sold Previously, and All Equipment Such as Carpet Racks, Office Equipment, Signs Etc. This is the Home Owners Opportunity to Buy New Quality Furniture at Your Own Price. TERMS: CASH. All Merchandise to be Settled for Day of Sale. For Information Contact: Col. H. S. Beeney, Auctioneer, IOC Main St., Peoria, 111. Ph: 673-7132 or 174-4417. NORMAN, WALKER, TRUSTEE, 423-17th St., Rock Island, 111. SIDNEY S. DEUTSCH, ATTORNEY, 409 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg., Rock Island, 111. PUBLIC SALE Of ABOUT 103 ACRES OF KNOX COUNTY, ILLINOIS FARM LAND LAND SUBJECT TO SALE BEING THE FORMER PROPERTY OF AUGUST AND NELLIE BERGSTROM, BOTH DECEASED. ' SALE IS TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1963 at the North Front Door of the Court House in the City of Galesburg, Illinois with the sale to commence at Ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day. Farm property to be sold consists of about 103M> acres located two miles North of the City of Galesburg, Illinois and about one-half mile East of State Route 150 and on the North side of a gravel, all-weather road. There is about 53 acres of tillable land with the balance in blue grass and timber pasture—with running water. There is a seven room house with furnace and stoker, a garage, a barn, an old barn, hog house, corn crib, chicken house and a good drilled well. Property is well located for residential purposes, is close to Galesburg, Illinois and has excellent possibilities for future development for residential purposes. Legal description: 63 acres in the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 22, Township 12 North, Range 1 East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, Knox County, Illinois, being otherwise described as Lot 3 in the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of said Section 22, according to Plat record in Volume 73 of Knox County, Illinois Deed Records, page 16 and the West Half of the East Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 22, Township 12 North, Range 1 East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, Knox County, Illinois. TERMS OF SALE: Twenty per cent of amount bid, cash in hand at day of sale, with the balance to be due and payable by March 1, 1964 when proper deed of conveyance and possession of said premises will be given. Sale is to be free and clear of all liens, but subject to the lien for 1964 taxes. Abstract of Title brought down to date of sale will be furnished. The successful bidder or bidders will be required to enter into a written agreement, subject to terms of sale, with the undersigned owners of said real estate, who reserve the right to reject all bids on day of sate. For further details, see any of the undersigned. Lewis Marks, Auctioneer McLaughlin & McLaughlin. Attorneys for Owners ALICE IRENE UPSON RALPH WILLARD BERGSTROM LEONARD THEODORE BERGSTROM Owners of said real estate

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