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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 17, 1963
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1 i i • • •" • I • :• i • j^i Goltsbufj ister-Mail, Galesbur Thursda 1963 JACK CRYSTAL LONG BEACH, NY. (UP1)~ Jack Cryrtai, 54, a leading pro* J? 8 * and ded Tuesday night while with his wife In a bowling alley. Crystal, secretary of the Commodore Record Co. which specializes in jazz records, has been manager until 1958 of the Commodore Record Shop in New York City, a center for jazz musicians and jazz enthusiasts. MRS. ALEXANDRA McGEHEE FALLBROOK, Calif, (UPI) A candlelight prayer service was to be held today at the Pala Mission for Mrs. Alexandra McGehee, 58, who was born Princess Chika of Romania. Mrs. McGehee, daughter of the late Prince Jean Ghika and Princess Hazel Ghika, died Monday. She married retired Air Force Col. L. R. McGehee in Tustin, Calif., in 1954. REV. CHARLES D. KEAN The WASHINGTON (UPI) Rev. Dr. Charles D. Kean, 53, a leader in the Protestant Ecumenical movement and editor- at-large of the Christian Century, died Wednesday. The Episcopal clergyman had suffered several strokes recently. ELMER H. SCHROEDER MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)Funeral services were scheduled Friday for Elmer H. Schroeder, 65, a vice president and circulation manager of the Journal Co., publishers of the Milwaukee Journal and Milwaukee Sentinel. Schroeder died Wednesday at Columbia Hospital after surgery. MISS LORA MAY PEARCE MONMOUTH — Funeral services for Miss Lora May Pearce, 72. of Bentonville, Ark., who died Saturday at Bentonville, were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. KIMBER WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Gust G. Larson Formerly of Henderson Grove Funeral: 2 P.M. - SATURDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may chapel Friday evening. Funeral Home 206 N. Washington St, Abingdon, Illinois Paul Hunt Archibald W. Jackson St., Abingdon Funeral services: FRIDAY —2:30 P.M. at LARSON FUNERAL HOME. Friends may call at family residence this evening. Burial in Abingdon. Mrs. Richard O. Kirkbrid 140 E. Losey Funeral services: SATURDAY - 2 P.M. FIRST & PUCKETT. REV. WILLIAM THURBER, OFFICIATING. BURIAL MEMORIAL PARK. Friends may call Friday evening at First & Puckett. 96 North Chomban ST. CAlESBURft ILLINOIS mmsm its I- *a at the Tufnbull ehaf>el. Rev. Richard Lis ton, pastor of the Blggsville Presbyterian Church, officiated and Mrs. Marie Gabby played organ selections. Pallbearers were Dr. Merritt Jewell, Kenneth Nichols, Harold Allison and John Brook. Burial was in the Biggsville Cetne; tery. dry of Carman, Mrs. Ruth Mi* tex of East Wenatchee, Wash., and Mrs. Constance Cogswell of Donellsoti, Iowa. funeral services will be Ffl» day at 2 p.m. in the Fisher Funeral Rome in Dallas City. Miss Mary Rutson, lay minister of Nauvoo Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Visitation is tonight from 6:30 to 7:30 o'clock. Burial will be in the Strong* hurst Cemetery. Johnson, l^ttS;" ll Former Legion Dies MRS. RICHARD KIRK BRIDE Mrs. Richard a Kirkbride, 45, of 140 E. Losey St., died today at 1:10 a.m. in St. Mary's Hospital, where she was a patient 11 hours. Death was attributed to a heart ailment. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the First and Puckett Funeral Home, where friends may call Friday evening. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. The former Edna Wells was born in Roseville Dec. 28, 1917, and was married to Mr. Kirkbride Oct. 19,1959, in Galesburg. Mrs. Kirkbride was a member of the Henderson Street Baptist Church. Survivors are the husband; four brothers, Glenn, Delbert Harry, John and Jack Wells, of Galesburg, and two sisters, Mrs. Arnold (M a z i e) Leffingwell, Galesburg, and Mrs. Fred (Mable) Trulson, Onalaska, Wis. She was preceded in death by her parents. CHARLES B. HARTZELL MONMOUTH — Funeral services for Charles B. Hartzell, 86, of near Gerlaw, who died Monday at Monmouth Hospital were held Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. at the Turnbull Chapel. Rev. Raymond Sheppard, pastor of the Gerlaw Christian Church, officiated, and Mrs. Marie Gabby, organist, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Terpening, vocalists. Pallbearers were Dale and Paul Ryner, Frank Hennenfent, Robert Mills and Donald and Ralph Bertelsen. Burial was in the Gerlaw Cemetery. CHARLES BOLLMAN GLADSTONE—Funeral services for Charles Boll man, 80, who died Oct. 10, were held at the Sederwall Chapel in Biggsville Sunday at 2 p.m. Rev. R. P. Liston of Biggsville's United Presbyterian Church officiated, Mrs. Lance Steele and Mrs. Ray Boyer sang, accompanied by Mrs. Gibb of Biggsville. Pallbearers were Fred Tibbetts and Orville Tibbetts of Quincy; John Simpson of Memphis, Mo.; Charles Baldwin of Biggsville and Robert Pross and and Charles Prose of Ot- tuma, Iowa. Burial was in Green Mound Cemetery, Keithsburg. MRS. MARY JANE WESSELL DALLAS CITY — Mrs. Mary Jane Wessell, 83, of Pontoosuc, formerly of Dallas City died Wednesday at 4:40 p.m. in Memorial Hospital, Carthage, where she had been a patient two days. The former Mary Jane Hulet was born March 26, 1880, and was married Feb. 3, 1900, in Stronghurst to John E. Wessell, who died Aug. 28, 1955. She was a member of the Stronghurst Methodist Church. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Loren Wilcox of Pontoosuc and Mrs. Iva Freeman of Almond, Wis.; three sons, Everett, John J. and Fred of Pontoosuc; nine grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren and three sisters, Mrs. Evelyn Pen- Flowers. Nature's most beautiful memorial" Anderson BROAD STREET florists in N. Broa« S43-U0! MRS. EVELYN ABRAMS GALVA—Funeral services for Mrs. Evelyn Waller Abrams, 61, who died Sunday in Peoria, were held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Johnson-Gill-Schtis- ter Chapel. Rev. Alfred J. Jeffefies, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Peoria, and Rev. Kenneth Starns, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Galva officiated. Organ selections were played by Mrs. W. D. Herrstrom. Pallbearers were Charles Hay, Alreck Ericson, Raima- son Smith, Frank Wright, Edward Swanson and Irving Anderson. Burial was in the Galva Cemetery. MRS. GEORGE O. KILLEY MONMOUTH — Funeral services for Mrs. George O. Killey, 90, who died Monday at the Monmouth Nursing Home, were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Holliday and Hoover Memorial Chapel. Rev. John Collins, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiated, assisted by Mrs. Killey's grandson, Rev. William Coop of Washington, D. C. Mrs. Jeanne Swanson played organ selections. Pallbearers were Bruce, Lawrence and Ralph Killey, John Martin, Henry Pierce, James and Robert Richardson and Albert Stubbs. Burial was in the Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. DON L. HOOD KEITHSBURG — Don L. Hood, 73, of Keithsburg, died at Mercer County Hospital, Aledo, Wednesday night after being admitted one-half hour earlier. He was born in Ohio Grove Township near Seaton July 25, 1890, and was married to Dora Thompson of Seaton in 1914. She died in 1934, and he -was married in 1950 to Mrs. Mary Ayers of Aledo. Mr. Hood was a retired farmer. Survivors include the widow; five daughters, Miss Gladys Hood of Letts, Iowa, Miss Mila Hood, Farmington, Iowa, Mrs. Florence DeBalt, Waldron, Mrs. Phyliss Wilson, Ottumwa, Mrs. Gertrude Beede, Ballview, Mo.; three sens, Eugene of Chicago, Robert, Bonaparte, Iowa, Harold of Fort Madison; one stepson, Ayers of New Boston; two sisters, Mrs. Lucille Weeks of North Bend, Ore. and Mrs. Orpha McLaughlin, Monmouth; seven brothers, Frank of Gerlaw, Louis of Viola, Mac of Aledo, Ralph of Monmouth, Walter of Blandinsville, Denzel of Oregon and Marsion of Salt Sulphur Springs, Tex. Services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at Steubinger Funeral Home, Keithsburg, with Rev. Ralph Coleman, officiating. Burial will be in Candor Cemetery near Seaton. No visitation has been announced. Achmed L. (Acky) Johnson. 65, of 515 Yates St., who had been prominent in American Legion circles in Galesburg and Knox County, died today at 2:45 a. m. in his home. He had been ill from a heart condition. Mr. Johnson, who served in the Army Railroad Transportation Corps in France during World War I, was a former commander of Ralph M. Noble Post of the legion in Galesburg and a past commander of the Knox County American Legion Council. He was past chef de gare of the Knox County Voi- ture, Society of 40 & 8. % He was employed 47 years by the Burlington Railroad, serving as yardmaster at the time of his death. He was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church, Elks Lodge, Vesper Masonic Lodge and Railroad Yardmasters of America, Born in Galesburg Mr. Johnson was born June 25, 1898, in Galesburg, where he was a lifelong resident. He was graduated from Galesburg High School. He was married to Gertrude H. Ottoson of Fairfield, Iowa, May 6, 1822. Surviving, besides the widow, are two sons, Bevo of Ridgeville, Pa., and Larry of Des Moines, Iowa; a daughter, Mrs. D. C. (Phyllis) Mills of Cannonsburg, Pa.; a sister, Mrs. Lillian Cummings of Peoria, and 13 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel, where friends may call Friday evening. Masonic services will be held at 7:30 p. m. burned, "and if you don't be* lieve it, you'll find the homes of John Swltzer and Wilbur Romine (plant supervisors) scorch- edt" The homes were scorched, apparently by a blow torch or fusee, as the man said. F On Sept. 16 the same man called Romine and said that a bomb Was in the plant, but a search of the area after it was evacuated turned up no such weapon. The most notable thing about these occurrences at Western Stoneware is that the homes were already scorched when the man called Romine, that the bomb call was a hoax, and that the minor fires on the roof at the plant were not the subject of any calls. This was also true for the three Monday night fires which leveled the Fullerton and Monmouth lumber companies and the Monmouth Metal Culvert Co. No advance notice was given, and the town was caught completely off guard. t - 4-Year-Old Killed in Tractor Fall ALPHA A 4-year-old girl Gets License And Loses It r All Same Day A new drivers license received by a Galesburg man in today's mail will be of no current benefit to the applicant. About the time the 1 i c e n s e was being delivered to the home of Leo Edward Ennis, 39, of 1051 Lancaster St., Ennis was in Knox County Court, where he pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while intoxicated. He was fined $300, plus $37.30 costs, by Judge Daniel J.' Roberts. Ennis has been in jail since his arrest Oct. 9, when he was reported to have been involved in an accident on East Main Street, near Interstate Route 78. With his plea of guilty today will come a revocation of his license by the secretary of state. He had been using a temporary permit. was killed instantly this morning when she fell off a tractor driven by her father. The victim, Cindy Lee Naslund, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Naslund, was riding on the tractor when she fell and was run over, according to Henry County authorities. County coroner Ralph Cole said an inquest will be held Oct. 28. The accident occurred on the family farm about two miles south of Alpha. The body was taken by ambulance to Peterson-Wallin-Knox Funeral Home, Alpha and funeral arrangements are pending. Bids Slated \ (Continued from page 2) Also In court this morning, James E. Clark, 30, of 1048 McClure St., who was arrested Oct. TV -ow \K7iYirleril* I 10 ' P leaded 8 uilt y to charges of IICW ?T llltloUI I driving while intoxicated and Man Dies After Mishap NEW WINDSOR—Ralph Kincaid, 82, of New Windsor, was pronounced dead on arrival this morning at Mercer County Hospital, Aledo, after the car he was driving was involved in an accident with a Winola school carrying Farnham Street over Interstate 74, and a subway structure carrying the Rio branch of the C.B.&Q. Railroad tracks over U.S. 34. Farnham Street, about a mile north of Galesburg, will be carried over the bypass, and the 4-span subway structure will have a .3 mile of surfaced approaches on Farnham Street. The bid also includes construction and removal of an embankment for a temporary railroad runaround until the proposed subway, west of Farnham Street, is completed. With the announcement of today's projects, construction of 110 miles of interstate expressway in this district comes closer to completion. Interstate 74 bisects the district running from Woodhull south between Galesburg and East Galesburg toward Knoxville, then southeasterly through Peoria and to Bloomington. Structures and a 5-mile segment of the expressway between Galesburg and the Y junction east of Knoxville are scheduled for completion next year. disorderly conduct. The judge fined him $300, plus $37.30 costs. • The disorderly conduct charge ClFClllt liOUTt involved language Clark was ^ j i alleged to have used at the time LaSC Jelled l>y of his arrest, according to the court information. Western Band Plans Half time bus east of Viola. -m M * • ni Investigating authorities said Marching dllOW Kincaid's car struck the rear of the bus about 8:30 a. m. Two pupils on the bus were injured slightly. One was Mary Beth Hall, who received a slight head injury. The name of the other pupil was not aavilable. According to the accident report, the school bus had just pulled away from the Keith Armstrong farm when Mrs. Armstrong reported that she HINCHLIFF* EARSON FUNERAL HOME «^/CHAPa 281 N. Broad Phone 343-2101 MRS. FRANCES H. KIRKLAND - 874 Warren St. Services Friday Pearson Funeral call this evening home. ACHMED 515 Yates St. Services 2 P.M. Saturday at the Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call Friday evening at the funeral home with Masonic services 7:30 P.M. "New Sounds in the Band" will be the program featured Saturday by the marching band at halftime of the Western- Central Michigan football game. It will be the band's first halftime show appearance this year. Dr. Forrest Suycott, band director, said the title, "New Sounds in the Band," stems from the complete reorganization of the brass section. Saxophones have replaced many of the smaller instruments and they will be featured Saturday. Among the 1963-64 band members are Gene Hart of Avon, Carl Detrick of Biggsville, Daniel Fryer and Sharon Proctor of Elmwood, Sharon Kissing of Galesburg, Richard Hatch of Knoxville, Paul Tilton of La- Harpe and Carol Grice and Sherrili Morey of London Mills. heard the collision. Dense fog prevailed at the time of the accident. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Crummy Funeral Home in Viola, where an autopsy was scheduled on the body to determine the cause of death. Stickell Ends Final action in dismissing a suit previously filed by Atty. Lawrence Stickell against three attorneys was taken this morning in Knox County Circuit Court. Named in the original complaint were Attys. Kenneth Peel and Dale F. Ruedig Jr., of Galesburg, and Atty. David Shanks of Monmouth. Stickell sought $600,000 damages on an allegation that action taken by the three in Knox County Court against Stickell as executor of the Clara Beacham Swanson estate had defamed him and injured his reputation and standing in the community. The judge previously granted motions by Peel and Ruedig for dismissal of the action and this morning he granted a similar Birth Record Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Coe, Lake Bracken, a boy Wednesday at 4:26 p.m. Mrs. William Jamison, 1393 N. Henderspn St., and the late Mr. Jamison, a girl Wednesday at 6:11 p.m. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Harkness, 140 E. North St., a girl Wednesday at 12:43 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne McDowell, Knoxville Route 3, a girl Wednesday at 11:25 p.m. Ctotiftod Advertising tffeetit* April t, 1133 LOCAL CASH RATS WOHII f-d«yt i*dayi 143 | 3.33 r JJ3„(. Mil *M I 4.38 I 8.33 1.33 | 4.34 3.36 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (Repliee Mailed Out-oi-toWftJ 300 Card of Thank* In Memortama Lodfe Notice* Inchot leal 32 00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. • — 1 • n | MI || LL__I SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card off Thanks WE wish to express most sincere appreciation during our recent bereavement to Dr. Bowman and Kleinkauf, Rev. Hogan, nurses and friends at the Knox County Nursing Home, the pallbearers, Mr. Larson, the organ- The Flowers and food were an ist and singer, and our neighbors and friends in Abingdon, expression of thoughtfulness which will be long remembered. The Family of Mr. Frank Singleton, Abingdon, 111. ID Memorial McDOUGAL, Ethel — In loving memory of my wife who passed away 5 years ago today. October 17, 1958. My lips cannot tell how I miss her, My heart cannot tell what to say. God alone knows how I miss her, In a home that is lonesome today. J. B. McDougal, , Husband. HIGGENS, Mable Shafman — In loving memory of our daughter and sister who passed away 27 years ago October 17, 1936. Loving and kind in all her ways, Upright and just, to the end of her days; Sincere and true, in her heart and mind, Beautiful memories, she left behind. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Shafman, Brother and Sisters. Lodge Notices Vesper * Lodge 584 A. F. & A. M. Emergency meeting 7:30 p.m. October 18, Hinchliff & Pearson Chapel. Masonic service Brother A. L. Johnson. C. W. Spilman, W.M. H. A. Colver, Sec'y. Vesper Lodge A. F. & A. M. SPECIAL meeting Thursday, Oct. 17, 7:30 p.m. Work in second degree. Refreshments. All Masons welcome. C. W Spilman, W.M. H. A. Colver, Sec'y. MASONIC NOTICE Alpha A No. 155 Lodge w A.F.&A.M. ANNUAL Meeting, Friday, October 18, 7:30 P.M. Election of Officers. Reports of Treasurer and Secretary. Stated Meeting. Refreshments. Harry M. Price, W.M. Clyde R. Landon, Sec'y. Lost and Found— 1 • GONE FOR GOOD? Not if you quickly place a LOST AD. Phone 342-5161. LOST, strayed, or stolen, 2 Hereford cows with calves. Reward for return. Lloyd Watkins, RR1, London Mills, 111. Phone Hudson 6-3694. LOST — Brown billfold containing valuable papers — drivers license, social security card, hunting, fishing, and boating license. Car key, checks, etc. Keep money. Also reward for return to Dale May, formerly 959 W, Main, now 1353 Mon. Blvd. Phone 343-3816. INITIAL ring lost at Churchill Junior High. Graduation gift, Reward. Gary Lishman, 343-7015, Business Service— 2 LAWN BUILDING Now is the time to do SOME* THING about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whiterock E. J. MARTIN—342-0521 RUBBISH REMOVAL "Double your trash back If not satisfied. 1 ' Celebrating 13 years of service to Galesburg residents. Call Citywide 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 Publio Square. 343-6535. Nite 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. HOOVER Cleaner Service—Free inspection of your Hoover Cleaner. Factory trained servicemen and parts. Kellogg Drake & Co., 342-3112. PAINTING, cax*penter work, masonary. eaves troughing, waterproofing basements, roofing. Any work around the house. Free estimates, work guaranteed. 343-5039. After 4, 342-3885. Personal-Special Notice—4 BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains in clothing, appliances and furniture. AVON PRODUCTS If interested in buying or selling, call 342-0360, 342-1622. NORTH SIDE Beauty Salon 936 W. Losey. Special for October —10% discount on any work completed by 5 o'clock, on Monday and Tuesday only. PATRICK —Been waiting since Sunday for phone call. Don't be afraid of anything at home. All forgiven, no more ftfgu* ments. Big mouth stay* closed. Need, you both her e.—D Male Heir Want*d~5 LAID OFF??? National concern h a • route opening for married man over 21, who Is neat, honest and de* pendable. $117 weekly guarantee to man who qualifies. Write Box 819, care Register-Mail. Winter Is Coming Supplement your income during the long winter months by working for the largest food company of its kind in the world BUILDING - TRADES MEN FARMERS ' CONSTRUCTION WORKS Call our employment office Peoria 691-1101 for interview appointment NOW. OPENINGS for Galesburg and area to sell Rusco windows and doors. Sizable income, group insurance, home nights. Contact Mr. Stangland at the new DeForest Rusco, 2200 Grand Ave. FOUNTAIN OPERATOR Must be neat and ambitious, willing to work nights. No experience necessary, we train you. Apply in person between 5 & 9 p.m. STEAK 'N SHAKE Main & Fulton. TV - RADIO Service man. Apply in person. LINDSTROM'S 224 E, Main St, OPENINGS for 2 men 25 to 50 years of age. High school education and of good character to represent Town and Country Food Company as distributors. Company paid training and exceptionally good pay with many fringe benefits. Contact Mr. Watt at 2140 Grand Ave. 8:30 to 12 noon or call 342-1317 during the same hours for appointment. 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 to service route in Knox County area. Home every night, 22 through 35, married. $118 weekly. Phone: 343-9342. NEED HELP? Find the best through a wider choice. Phone 342-5161 to place your WANT AD EXPERIENCED SALESMAN Wanted for assistant manager of local men's clothing store. Steady job, excellent salary. State experience. Write Box 857, care Register-Mail. MARRIED man for farm work. Experienced with livestock. Modern house. Carl Peve, Wyoming, 111. R. R. 2. BELLMAN WANTED See manager Custer Hotel. POSITION open for man with furniture selling and managerial experience, assume complete responsibility of furniture operation, attractive salary and commission. Arrangement for interview write Box 867, Care Register-Mail. FASTEST growing Illinois Company of its kind has several openings. Our average men are paid $10,000. Above average, $25,000-$35.000, Exceptional management opportunities in local area. We train you. Earn while you learn. Must be over 21. We can also use some part time men. 688-4604 Peoria. Female Help Wanted— 6 WOMAN cook wanted — Also other kitchen help. Fremont House, 260 E. Fremont. No phone CHIIS BABYSITTER WANTED In your home. Phone 342-6994. AVON COSMETICS Avon Representatives needed in city of Galesburg, Knoxville and townships: Galesburg, Knox, Henderson, and Cedar. Write: Mrs. Enid Demmel, 1439 N, Kellogg, Galesburg. Tele. 342-0360. EXPERIENCED WAITRESS Must be neat, clean, and dependable. Apply In person. Twin Chefs Restaurant after 2 P.M. EXPERIENCED only for telephone credit collection work and general office routine in retail store. Permanent full time position, will consider part time. Give age, previous salary, previous employment and references. Write Box 861, % Register-Mall. INTERIOR display girl, 20 to 30 hours per week. Experience not necessary. Apply J, C. Penney Co. WANTED elderly lady to live in. One child 4 years old. Saturday's off. Phone 342-3063 before 4 p.m. WANTED: 1 day curbie. Apply at Grandvlew Drive-In. 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 for elderly gentleman. Live in Kirkwood. State age and wages expected. Write Pearl Riggens, 1750 N. Sheridan, Peoria, 111. REFINED lady to live in Christian home. 3 boys school age. Share housework. References required. Excellent opportunity for social security lady. 343-3282 after 6 p.m. Male, Female Help Wanted— 7 PART~TIME^Mari or woman. Earn up to $2.50 hourly on your day off or spare time. Must be able to put in at least 15 hours weekly. Phone 343-9342. ATTENTION We are now taking applications for curb waiters and waitresses, no experience necessary, we will train you. Bonus and trust fund. STEAK 'N SHAKE Apply between 5 & 9 p.m. 981 East Main. A GOOD accordian and steel guitar player for string band. Call after 4:30. 343-3300. WANTED: Experienced restaurant manager, male or female, for out of town operation. State experience and give references. Write Box 868. C A HegisjejjMaij. STUDENTS — WOMEN — MEN: Have you 3 hours to spare daily. Earn $6 and up. Apply 8-9 a.m., 5-6 p-m. at 218 North Henderson Street, Galesburg. Malt, tomato Itefe WfrttiM INSIDE AND OUTSlttt ffBLf Wanted. Parkway Drive Ifl* Caff- tact Donald Knight, ldtd tf. Htft* derson. Wanted Now Fountain, Help, Grill Help. Waitress Help. Curb Help. Ph. 342-0141 HUDDLE DRIVE4N fnitruction—9 TUTORING by expert ended teacher. High School English. Latin and Spanish. Grade level subjects. Reading and phoniCi a specialty. Call 343-6130. Business Opportnnlty—!• INVESTIGATE! The Qeittburg Reflate* •ttempit to determine tae tfev liability of the advertlaet ta ell ada fa qui ring en tnveetmenl. It cannot, however, guarantee all tuch otfera. We recommend Met you INVESTIGATE fully before you INVEST. FOR LEASE Gasoline Service Station. Phil- Hps Petroleum Company. Excellent location on U.S. 150 in Galesburg. modem, 2 bays, financing available. Call D. White 343-9916. Evenings call P. Schmidtlein, 343-3828, or write P.O. Box 525, Galesburg. All replies confidential. 14 Bed Shelter Care Top Condition — Top May be easily made a home if desired. Home Rating nursing MULLEN REAL ESTATE «l Service with Integrity" William P. Mullen, Realtor Paul Hinrichs, Sales 123 S. Cherry — Ph. 343-9973 Eves. 343-9944. • NEED MONEY Start your own business. Best of location. Big building. Nice office. Financing available. Everything confidential. Box 866, % Register-Mail. EXCEPTIONAL opportunity to purchase well established, profitable retail hardware and auto supply store. A large Midwest merchandising company is expanding. As a result a few well established stores operated by the company for a number of years in towns of less than 10,000 population are being made available to individuals for franchise operation. All merchandise lines and merchandising facilities available to company owned stores will continue to be avail* able to franchise holders. Capital required ranges between $28,000 and $45,000 depending on size of town and sales volume now being enjoyed. For complete information write Mr. O. C. Blecken, 416 West 3rd Ave., Monmouth, Illinois. Wanted to Bay— 11 WANTED TO BUY. A good used safe. Write P.O. Box 151, Galesburg, 111. WANTED TO BUY — Tractors, trucks end cars for parts. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co., Knoxville Road, Galesburg, UL' 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; 343-, 6241. TOY pedal car wanted. For boy 3 yrs. old. Must be In good condition. Ph. 342-0988. Rooms for Rent— 12 LARGE nicely furnished front sleeping room, nice location, near phone and bath. Gentlemen only. 269 Maple Ave. SLEEPING ROOM Gentlemen only. 167 N. Kellogg. SLEEPING room, nicely furnished, twin or double beds; large closets, automatic heat, near cafe; Employed gentleman. 56 Walnut Ave., 343-5557. ROOM or apt. — Hot water heat. Cooking privileges. Utilities furnished. Middle-aged working retired man or woman. 261 W. Tompkins. SLEEPING rooms. Gas heat, near bath. C&F Electric. Parking. 2 blocks east Post Office. 343-6046. Furnished Apartments— 14 FURNISHED 3 room apt., first floor. Clpse in. Also sleeping room. Call after 6. 343-7028. FURNISHED basement apt., on North side. All utilities furnished. Not pets. Call 343-6189. Rent your APARTMENT or SLEEPING ROOM through a WANT AD. VERY desirable lower 3-room and private bath apt. Utilities. Close in. Retired couple or ladies. 343-5574. FURNISHED 5 room upper apt., 41 S. West, private bath, entrance, utilities furnished, adults preferred. Call 343-6595. CLEAN, quiet, private, modern furnished apt. Plenty of storage. Laundry privileges, parking. Employed ladies preferred. Tel. 342-0941. 471 N. Cherry. FURNISHED upper 3 room apt. Suitable for professional or business folk. Home like. Garage. Reasonable rent. 342-3529 after 5. 2 ROOM front furnished apt., newly decorated, pleasant; private bath; warm, utilities furnished; quiet; close to town, 1256 E. Main. 2 ROOM clean furnished apt. All utilities furnished, hot water heat. Parking. 342-6342. FIRST floor 2 room furnished apt. Second 2 room furnished apt. Also 1 room efficiency. 244 N. Broad. NICE 2 room lower apt. with private bath. Heat, utilities and furniture furnished. $50 mo.; also have furnished room, $25 mo. 342-4621; 343-6986. DESIRABLE upper 3 room apt. Private bath and entrance. Utilities furnished. After 4 p.m. 105 ATTRACTIVE, 3 room, upper furnished apt., all utilities furnished, separate entrance. Garage. Adults only. 342-0438. 915 N. Broad. KNOXVILLE, lower furnished clean 3 rooms, private bath. Heat and all utilities furnished. Quiet. Reasonable rent. 289-5401 after 5:30. 2 ROOM UPPER FRONT Furnished apt. No children. Utilities furnished. Phone 343-3826. 2 ROOM upper front furnished apt. Utilities furnished. Pleasant, clean, close in. 1 Private en~ trance. 1 adult. No pets. 343-5130 LOWER 3 room furnished apt. Private entrance and bath. All utilities furnished. Child welcome. Close to town. Ph. 3439377 or 342-0244. FRONT downstairs, furnished 3 room apt. Utilities, close in. Cioae to grocery stores. Working couple or lady. 829 Ella. (Continued on page 98) ,H i h i 1 1 f f • X - J-

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