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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 18, 1963
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DEATHS AND FUNERALS OGDEN B. HEWITT RIDGBWAV, N.J. (UPI)-Ogden Blackon Hewitt, 70, business executive and mining expert, died Thutsday at Valley Hospital after a long illness*. Hewitt was a great-grand nephew of Peter Cooper, founder of Sooper Union, ana also a grandnephew of Abram Hewitt, former mayor of New York and a former congressmen. WILLIAM DEKRAFFT PINE VALLEY, N.J. (UPI)— William Dekrafft, an industrialist and business consultant, died Wednesday at his home. Dekrafft was vice president and treasurer of the Baldwin Locomotive Co. in 1930 when he left the. firm to reorganize the U.S. Rubber Co. MRS. NELLIE W. SMITH Mrs. Nellie W. Smith, 66, of 594 N. West St., died today at 6:25 a. m. at St. Mary's Hospital. Mrs. Smith was born Dec. 28, 1896, at Rushville, and lived in Galesburg since 1939. She was educated in the Kewanee public schools, and was married to Robert E. Smith at Mon- Menuments and Mausoleum* McFAll MONUMENTS Wisconsin Ruby Red Phone 342 -6512 1801 W. Main §t Galesburg, 111. Larson Funeral Home 206 N. Washington St. Abingdon, Illinois Howard Ellsworth Robertson 71, of Abingdon. Funeral services: SUNDAY AT 2:30 P.M. at the LARSON FUNERAL HOME. Friends may call at the funeral home Saturday evening. Burial in Knoxville Cemetery. 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 call at the chapel this evening. Mrs. Richard O. Kirkbride 140 E. Losey Funeral services: SATURDAY - 2 P.M. at FIRST & PUCKETT. REV. WILLIAM THURBER, OFFICIATING. BURIAL MEMORIAL PARK. Friends may call Friday evening at First & Puckett. Mr. Bernard McGlynn 517 N. Cedar St. COMMITTAL SERVICE: 1 P.M. - SATURDAY DEKALB, ILL. CEMETERY. Friends may call this evening at First & Puckett Chapel. " m <XimiMtm$ 96 North Chamb«*$r. GALESBURG, ILLINOIS mmsm im- mouth Dec. 7, 1012. She Was a member of the First Methodist Church. M , Surviving are eight sons, Earl of Monmouth, Harold L. of Mendon Half, Miss., Robert Max of Barsto, Calif., Glenn A. of Bloomington, Calif., Lyle M. of Woodhull and Clyde R., Cecil D. and Donald G„ Of dales- burg; four daughters, Mrs. William Dcspain and Mrs. Donald Kennett, of Galesburg, Mrs. Glenn Casperie of Woodhull and Mrs. Luther E. Fox of East Galesburg; 25 grandchildren and one great-grandson. Mrs. Smith was preceded in death by her husband and one sister. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p. m. in the Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel. Dr. Joseph Hoffman, minister of the First Methodist Church, will officiate. Visitation will be Sunday evening at the chapel. Burial wiil be in Oak Lawn Memorial Garden. PAUL HUNT ARCHIBALD ABINGDON — Funeral services for Paul Hunt Archibald, 61, of Abingdon, who died Tuesday, were held today at 2:30 p.m. at the Larson Funeral Home. Rev. Francis Samuelson, pastor of the Methodist Church, officiated. Organ selections were played by Mrs. Harold Dunlap. Burial was in the Abingdon Cemetery. Pallbearers were Harry Runyon, Donald Norville, Wayne Cline, Willard Alderfer, William Brown and William Norton. tings, Robert Bussell, Chwtei Merrill, Leonard Johnson, James Ward Jr. and John Jebb. Burial Wis in Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. Masonic services were eon* ducted Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the chapel by Mm* mouth Lodge 37 AF &AM, with Harry Owen worshipful master and Archie Stewart secretary. BERNARD J. HOGAN Bernard J. Hogan .47, of 379 N. Broad St., died Thursday at 12.50 p.m. in St. Mary's Hospital, where he was a patient a week. Funeral services will be held Monday at 10 a.m. in the Foley Mortuary. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Friends may call at the mortuary Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr. Hogan was born May 23, 1916, in Galesburg, and was educated in the local school system'. He was married to Nora Wright in Galesburg July 7, 1947. Survivors are the widow; five stepchildren, Paul and Roy Wright and Mrs. Helen Schumaker, of Waterloo, Iowa; Mrs. Berniece Haynes of Crystal Lake and Mrs. Shirley Mudd of Galesburg; three brothers, Thomas, Morris and Leo Hogan, of Galesburg, and two sis ters, Sister Mary Roselita of Davenport and Mrs. Genevieve Deprima of Galesburg. He was preceded in death by his parents. BERNARD McGLYNN Bernard McGlynn, 79, of 517 N. Cedar St., was found dead today at 8 a.m. in the home by Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Preston, with whom he had resided at the North Cedar address the past two years. He had resid ed a total of eight years with the Prestons. Graveside services will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. in the DeKalb Cemetery. Friends may call this evening at the First and Puckett Funeral Home. Mr. McGlynn; a veteran of World War I, had been on a disability since the war. He was originally from DeKalb. Survivors are six brothers and a sister. CLYDE M. SWEENEY MONMOUTH — Funeral services for Clyde M. Sweeney, 52, of 223 S. First St., who died suddenly Tuesday at his home were held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Turnbull Chapel. Rev. Gary Reif of the First Baptist Church officiated and Mrs. Marie Gabby played organ selections. Pallbearers were Clarence Git HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Oneida, III. Cindy Lee Naslund 4 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Naslund, RR, Alpha Services: 2 P.M. - SATURDAY at the ALTONA METHODIST CHURCH. Burial Oneida Cemetery. No visitation planned, The family suggest that memorials be made to the Altona Methodist Church Memorial Fund. HOWARD E. ROBERTSON ABINGDON - Howard Ells worth Robertson, 71, of Abingdon, died at St. Mary's Hospital Thursday at 3:45 p.m. He had been admitted Tuesday morning. A retired post office employe, he was born July 15, 1892, at Argenta. For the past 28 years, he lived in Abingdon. He was married to Ruth Schrum at Galesburg, Sept. 30, 1918. Mr. Robertson retired as a postal employe Sept. 28, 1962. He was a member of the Harry E. Wiles Post, American Legion, and served in the Navy. Survivors, besides the widow, include four sons, Earl of St. Louis, Clarence of Bartonville, Delbert and James of Abingdon; two daughters, Mrs. Irene Shumaker of Lewistown and Mrs. Bernice Wright of Somerset, Ky.; a brother, Harold of Kansas City, Mo.; three sisters, Mrs. Bessie Ellis of Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. Anna David son of Kansas City. Kan., and Mrs. Florence Groll of Mesa, Ariz., and 21 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two sons, two sisters" and two brothers. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Larson Funeral Home in Abingdon. Friends may call at the funeral home Saturday evening. Burial will be in the Knoxville Cemetery. Military rites will be conducted by the legion at the graveside. Plane Crash Kills E.Peoria Family's Son EAST PEORIA-Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Olmsted of ill Bush Ave. Were notified Thursday that their son, Capt. Terry F. Olmsted, 29, had been killed in an airplane crash near Anchorage, Alaska, Wednesday. The plane crash was seen by Olmsted's wife who was with a welcoming crowd at Elmendorf AFB, Alsaka, which gathered to greet Olmsted and his crew as they returned from the William Tell Aerial Weapons Meet at Tyndall AFB, Fla. Olmsted's F-102 Delta Dagger nosed into the water of Cook Inlet near the air base as it was making its landing approach. Capt. Olmsted was born in Galesburg and had lived in East Peoria where he was a star basketball player for East Peoria High School. He was graduated from the school in 1952 after scoring 1,231 points in three years — a record that has not yet been broken. In his senior year he was leading scorer in the Greater Peoria Conference with 645 points. He was graduated in 1956 from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, and then he joined the Air Force. He married the former Shirley Spiker of Minneapolis, Minn. Surviving are his widow; his parents and three children, Julie Teresa, 4. Michael, 3, and Tod. Olmsted's family had been living with him in Anchorage, Alaska. Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, £fidoy, Oct, 18, 1963 21 MRS. FRANCIS KIRKLAND Funeral services were held today at 1:30 p.m. for Mrs. Francis Kirkland, 76, of 874 Warren St., who died Tuesday at 10:46 p.m. Dr. Joseph Hoffman, minister of the First Methodist Church, officiated. Organist was Mrs. Roy Pearson Jr. Pallbearers were Gene W. Gunther, A. J. Armstrong, Howard Husted, Norman R. Ator, Henry Moore and R. R. Farrell. Burial was in the Woodhull Cemetery. MRS. LEE CREEK ALEXIS — Funeral services were held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the McKnight Memorial Home for Mrs. Lee Creek, who died Tuesday in her son's home in Swan Creek. Rev. E. L. Castrodale, pastor of Alexis United Presbyterian Church officiated. Mrs. William H. McKnight was vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Alvin Williams, organist. Pallbearers were Wallace Creek, Stanley Creek, David Creek, Merlin Watson, Larry Watson and Robert Watson. Burial was in the Alexis Cemetery. H INCH LI FF a. PEARSON FUNERAL HOMEWCHAPEL 287 N. Broad Phone 343-2101 MR. ACHMED L. JOHNSON - 515 Yates St. Services 2 P.M. Saturday at the Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home with Masonic services 7:30 P.M. MRS. NELLIE W. SMITH - 594 N. West St. Services 2 P.M. Monday at the Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call Sunday evening at the funeral home. Inquest Fixed Into Death of Child on Farm ALPHA — A Henry County coroner's jury was sworn in Thursday, tt few hours after the death of 4-year-old Cindy Lee Naslund, who was crushed to death by a tractor on a farm near Alpha. The 6-man jury will hold an inquest Oct. 28. The mishap occurred two miles south of Alpha at about 10 a.m. when Cindy and her father, James Naslund, were riding on a tractor. The child fell off the tractor and was run over by the machine which was moving into the bam yard. She died instantly. Cindy Lee Naslund was born in Galesburg Nov. 10, 1958, and had resided with her parents on a farm near Alpha the past \Vi years. The family moved there from Altona. Survivors include the parents, three sisters, Jamie Lynn, Christina Kay and Kim Renee, all at home: grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Russell Selman and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Naslund, all of Altona; and great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Simpson, Altona, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Selman, Galva and Mrs. Clarence Naslund, Oneida. Services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Altona Method- Church. Burial will be in the Oneida Cemetery. No visitation is planned. A memorial fund has been established for the Altona Methodist Church Memorial Fund. HOT SPRINGS, Va. - Undersecretary of Commerce Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. backing up President Kennedy's plea for an $11 billion tax cut: "The economy is still exhibiting considerable strength, but some of the latest indicators of business activity- show mixed trends. On the whole their message has alerted us to be on guard and to take steps to strengthen our defense against recession." SATURDAY Deadline 9:15 A.M. MONDAY thru FRIDAY 10 A.M. Phone Your WANT AD Early 342-5161 ClaMifted Advertiitng (Effective April 1, MM _ LUCAL CASH «Ai« . Wore* i-daj* «-day* Udit i'* i »•» . •» • -,»•» S.M i t.« U -m \ 4X1 t MO n-st i MO i *TaT 147 B.83 I IJT | 1JI TtJSi 41 -36 I S.BB | %M | Ml 40-80 I IM i 484 »Jj BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (RaplIM fttafleo Out-of-town) Card of fnatiita la Memoriama Lodge Notieee } l-lnch or lata taw DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thank* WE Wish to thank our neighbors, friends and relatives for cards, flowers, potted plants, and expressions of sympathy at the time of the loss of our loved one, Thomas W. Mathews. Also Dr. Reed, Dr. Crowell, Dr. Moffett and nurses and aides at Cottage Hospital. All of the ministers who were so faithful, the W.S.C.S. Circle of the Methodist Church who served the dinner. Also Betty Pitts of the St. Martha's Nursing home and all that gave to the Memorial Fund. God Bless you all. Mrs. Thos. W. Mathews and Family Lodge Notice* MASONIC NOTICE Vesper Lodge 584 A. P. & 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. Lost and Found—1 GONE FOR GOOD? Not if you quickly place a LOST AD. Phone 342-5161. INITIAL ring lost at Churchill Junior High. Graduation gift. Reward. Gary Lishman, 343-7015. Basinet* Service—2 LAWN BUILDING Now Is the time to do SOMETHING about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whiterock E. J. MARTIN—342-0521 RUBBISH REMOVAL "Double your trash back If not satisfied.*' Celebrating 15 years of service to Galesburg residents. Call City wide 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. 343-6535. Nite 343-5404. For AU PLUMBING NEEDS caU 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, carpenter 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. NORTHSIDE 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 arguments. Big mouth stays closed. Need you both here.—D. Male Help Wanted-5 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, BELLMAN WANTED See manager Custer Hotel. Mala Heir Wante<!~4 LAID OFF??? National concern nas route opening M married men over 91, who ia neat, honest and dependable. $117 weekly guarantee to man who qualifies, w 1 11 e Box 810, care Register-Mall. 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 891-1101 for interview appointment NOW. 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. OPENINGS for 2 men 25 to 50 years of age. High school education and of good character to represent Town and Country Tood 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. 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 MARRIED man for farm work. Experienced with livestock. Modern house. Carl Peve, Wy- omlng, 111. R. R. 2. 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. TRUCKERS with tractors and tractor-trailer to run our expanding system. Year around work. Contact Hal Cisco, 922 Avenue A, Galesburg, 111. Ph. 309-343-1139. SALES representative for nationally known fertilizer company. Young man with farm background and degree in soils or related field preferred. Salary, company automobile, incentive bonus, group insurance and retirement plan. Write Box 851, care Register-Mail; Female Help Wanted—6 WOMAN cook wanted — Also other kitchen help. Fremont House, 260 E. Fremont. No phone calls. LADY for companion and housekeeper for elderly lady. Must live in. Good home for right party. Write Box 871, care Register-Mail. BABYSITTER wanted in my home 5 days a week. 8 to 5. May live in. 342-2484 or 343-7441. 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-Mail. 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. DISHWASHER wanted. Good hours, meals, uniforms furnished. Apply In person. American Beauty Restaurant, 308 E. Main St. HOUSEKEEPER for elderly gentleman. Live in Kirk wood. 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 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, % Register-Mail. 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. 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. fcABT 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 15 hours weekly. Phone 343-9342. Male, Female Help WatfctVf Wanted Now Fountain Help. Grill Help. Waitress Help. Curb Help. Ph. 342-0141 HUDDLE DRIVE-IN lnitracMoft-9 TUTORING by experienced teacher. High School English, Latin and Spanish. Grade level subjects. Reading and phonics a specialty, .Call .343-5130. _. Business Opportunity—10 •efote IN INVEST. INVESTIGATE 1 The Oaittfitttg Ragutat • Mall attempt* to determine M* fallibility of tn* adverilMf ta all td* requiring an u »»Mtmant, li cannot, However, guarantee all such offer*. W* reeommend that you INVESTIGATE fully before yen INVEST MULLEN FOR LEASE Gasoline Service Station. Phillips 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 Home Top Condition — Top Rating May be easily made a nursing home if desired. REAL ESTATE "Service with Integrity" William P. Mullen, Realtor 123 S. Cherry — Ph. 343-9973 Paul Hinrichs, Eves. 343-9944 Rex Adcock, Eves, 343-8843 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 available to franchise holders. Capital required ranges between $28,000 and 145,000 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 Buy—11 WANTED TO BUY. A good used safe. Write P.O. Box 151, Galesburg, 111. . WANTED TO BUY — Tractors, trucks and cars for parts. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co., Knoxville Road. Galesburg. Ill Ph. 343-1914. GAS SPACE HEATERS 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. WANTED" for Cottage Hospital School of Nursing — a Used spinet piano. Send make and price to Box 870, c/o Register- Mail. Rooms for Rent— 12 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. LARGE SLEEPING ROOM On first floor with adjoining bath. Private entrance, 325 N, Prairie. Furnished Apartments—14 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. Private entrance. 1 adult, No pets. 343-5130 FRONT downstairs, furnished 2 room apt. Utilities, close in. Close to grocery stores. Working couple or lady. 829 Ella. LARGE 2-room furnished apt., private entrance, close to shopping district, utilities furnished. Adults, 250 Maple. KNOXVILLE, lower . furnished clean 3 rooms, private bath. Heat and all utilities furnished. Quiet. Reasonable rent. 289-5401 after 5:30. MODERN 3-room furnished upper apt. with private bath. All utilities furnished. Working couple or adults. No pets. 3434548. • DESIRABLE upper 3 room apt. Private bath and entrance. Utilities furnished. After 4 p.m. 105 Blaine. 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. Ftfrntshed Ap«rtm«fltf>>-14 FURNISHED 3 room apt. first floor, close in. Also sleeping room. Call after «. 343.7028. Rent rauf APARTMENT Off SLEEPING ROOM through a WANT AD. FURNISHED 5 room upper apt., 41 9. West, private bath, en* trance, utilities furnished, adult* preferred. Call 343-6896. CLEAN, quiet, private, modern furnished apt. Plenty of storage. Laundry privileges, parking. Employed ladies preferred. Tel. 342-0941. 471 N. Cherry. 2 ROOM front furnished apt., newly decorated, pleasant; private bath; warm, utilities furnished; quiet; close to town. 1256 E, Main. FIRST floor 2 room furnished apt. Second 2 room furnished apt. Also 1 room efficiency. 244 N. Broad. 2 ROOM clean furnished apt. All utilities furnished, hot water heat. Parking. 342-6342 ATTRACTIVE, 3 room, upper furnished apt., all utilities furnished, separate entrance. Garage. Adults only. 342-0488; 915 N. Broad. 3-ROOM upper furnished apt. Private bath and entrance, heat and water furnished, close in, no pets. 343-3491. SMALL clean 2-roOm furnished apt., suitable for 1. 343-6286. 4 ROOM furnished upper apt. and bath. All utilities furnished. Walking distance town. $60 month. Call after 5, 343-4583. NICE lower 4 room unfurnished apt. Also upper furnished 2 rooms. Utilities furnished. Inquire upstairs. 287 W. Tompkins. Unfurnished Apartments—15 UPPER 4 room unfurnished apt., private bath, entrance, garage. Heat, water furnished. 1 child permitted. 911 W. Losey St. 4 ROOM upper unfurnished apt., all utilities furnished, and garage. Call 343-1303 after 5 p.m., 968 Bateman UPPER 4 ROOM APT. Private bath. Utilities furnished. Close in. Adults. Call 342-4386, WALKING distance to town, 5- room upper unfurnished apt Hardwood floors. Private entrance. Basement. $65. Call before 1 P.M. 535 E. Knox. 3431646. ATTRACTIVE 6 room upper apt Heat, antenna, soft water and garage furnished. Private entrances. Nice neighborhood $80. 581 N. Chambers. DUPLEX — 5 small rooms, unfurnished. Located at 567 E. Brooks Street, $40. month. No utilities furnished. Inquire at 53 N. Arthur. TO THE MAN AND WIFE OVER 55 If your children are grown up and gone — Why not sell your home and move into Belle Isle Apts. Leave the furnace tending, leaf raking, storm window placing, snow removal and taxes to us. We Invite Your Inspection Of These Apartments. Call: MRS. ALDRICH, BELLE ISLE APARTMENTS 1470 N. West—342-3412 3 ROOMS, bath, large living room, painted walls, private parking, utilities furnished (except electricity), (available). Antenna, stove, etc. Gas heat. Tenant controlled. 193 Cottage Ave MODERN 5 room unfurnished upper apt. Gas heat. Everything separate, 74 N. Arthur. Close to shopping center. Adults only. $50. Phone 343-2801 before 9:30 am or inquire at downstairs apt. CHAPMAN Apts. 4 room, lower front apt. Newly decorated, private bath, upper 3 room apt. newly decorated and private bath. Heat and water furnished. Adults only. Call 342-3069. MAYFAIR MANOR APTS. Available now—2 of Galesburg's newest and finest 2 bedroom air conditioned apts., 1 up, 1 down; landscaped recreation area; garages; paved off street parking, $125. 925 Dayton Dr. 343-8487; 342-4953; 343-9251. UPPER NORTH — Unfurnished 5-room apt., heat and water furnished. 1 child. $70. Phone 342-2435. 4-ROOM unfurnished apt., north, ceramic tile bath, private entrances. Heat and water furnlsb- ed, $75. Phone 343-5478. UPPER UNFURNISHED APT. 3 rooms, kitchenette and bath, all utilities furnished. Call 3437004. UPPER 4 rooms and bath. Private entrance, utilities furnished. Garage available. Close to town and school. Ph. 342-0012. 3 BEDRM. Apt. N.E. Large liv. room, fireplace. Private entrance. Garage. $70 month. 3423246, 343-5186. 2 BEDROOM apt. First floor. Recently redecorated. Heat and all utilities furnished. $85 per month. 529 N. Prairie. Call for appointment. 343-5832. 5-ROOM apt., garage, separate entrances, and basement. Well mannered children welcome. North. $85 a month. Phone 3432570. 2-BEDROOM bungalow, bath, carpeted living room, kitchen, utilities, panelled family room, newly decorated inside. Garage, nice yard, North side. Low heat cost. Call 342-4212 or 343-7044. Houses for Rent— II FOR RENT or for sale; 2 bedroom modern, rent $50. Sale $4,700. 1392 Morton Ave. 3429218 for more information. FOR 5 or 6 months — 4 room furnished home. North. Gas heat. Garage. 342-3862. (Continued on page 22) Chicago Police Nab Suspect in Gangland Death CHICAGO (UPI) - Police arrested Percy Nelson, 48, early today in what they said could be the first solved narcotics gangland slaying in Chicago in 20 years. Nelson was arrested after two men were shot to death on successive nights in their cars on the South Side. Nelson denied any part of the killings. Robert Carpenter, 31, was killed a short distance south of his home Thursday night when a car slowed and a shotgun blast caught the upper part of his body. Carpenter's wife, Ann, 28, told police he had been involved in policy and dope. Homicide Sgt. John Keane said Carpenter served 5 to 10 years for the attempted robbery of drugs at St. Luke's Hospital in 1952. Police said Henry O'Conner was found Wednesday night shot five times in the head and body. His wife, Luvella, told police that she supported him. Sgt. John Murtaugh said O'Conner apparently was killed because he was exposing narcotic peddlers for authorities. Police said O'Conner was supposed to have testified in Felony Court of Judge Emmett Morrissey today at a hearing for Quotes From Today's News (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International WASHINGTON - Mme. Nhu, South Viet Nam's First Lady, turning her attention to the field of beauty: "If it is true that I do not look my age (38) it is just because I am always very serene — a real sincere serenity ... I daydream. I do my best to have a clear conscience — to keep my conscience clean." WASHINGTON - President Tito of Yugoslavia commenting on his country's improved relations with Russia: "It is a question that we have both come to the conclusion that it was necessary to have good and useful relations between the West and East ... peaceful coexistence is the best answer to all these problems and that is shared by Mr. Khrushchev." narcotic charges filed against Nelson. Pitcher Tom Sturdivant had spring training with Pittsburgh, was waived to Detroit in May and wound up with Kansas City in late July. Jockey Howard Grant of Cincinnati led Monmouth Park's riders with 50 winners this season. He had five more than Steve Brooks.

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