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Galesburg Rcoister«Moil, Galesburg 111, Saturday. Oct. 19, 1963 17 DEATHS AND FUNERALS MRS. YOLANDA MERO-IMON NEW YORK (UPI) - Funeral services were scheduled Sunday for Mrs. Yolanda Mero-Irion', 76, a former concert pianist who gave up her career to help other musicians. At the time of her death Thursday night, Mrs. Mero-Irion was executive director of the Musicians Emergency Fund, which she helped found in 1931 to aid destitute artists during the depression. J. MORGAN HARDINH PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (UPI) —J. Morgan Hardinh, Haverford, Pa., former advertising manager of Presbyterian Life Magazine, died Friday. He was 77. MRS. WILMA JOHNSTON CHICAGO (UPI) - Funeral services will be held Monday for Mrs. Wilma Johnston, 57, secretary in the central division KLINCK Mortuary Knoxville, Illinois Mr. Charles H. Rogers Sanborn St., Knoxville Funeral services: 1:30 P.M.-MONDAY at the KLINCK CHAPEL. There will be no visitation. Interment Knoxville Cemetery. 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 this evening. Burial in Knoxville Cemetery. Fred M. Billingsley 73, of Abingdon Funeral services: TUESDAY AT 2 P.M. at LARSON FUNERAL HOME IN ABINGDON. Friends may call at the funeral home Monday evening. Burial in Abingdon Cemetery. Mr. Bernard J. Hogan 379 North Broad St. Services: 10 A.M. - MONDAY FOLEY MORTUARY. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary, Sunday where prayers will be said at 8 p.m. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Foley MOMUAtY 1*4 N, Brood St. S4MN3 headquarters of United Press International here and widow of Thomas Johnston, former chief operator of the Chicago UPI bureau. Mrs. Johnston died Thursday night of Injuries received when she was struck by a car Monday evening as she left Chicago UPI offices. Her husband died in 1957. FRED SMOKE VALPARAISO, Ind. (UPI) Fred Smoke, 80, a farmer who parlayed his egg and hog money on the stock market into a $1 million fortune and then gave it all to charity, died Friday of cancer. Smoke died in Porter Memorial Hospital, which shared in his final $245,000 philanthropic donation Sept. 30, along with three educational institutions. ACHMED L. JOHNSON Funeral services for Achmed L. Johnson, 65, of 515 Yates St., who died Thursday, were conducted at 2 p.m. today at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel by Rev. Constant Johnson, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ralph B. Johnson, Harold B. Behringer, Henry Swanson, William Moon, E. R. Kieman arid L. H. Dyer. Past commanders of Ralph M. Noble post of the American Legion were honorary pallbearers. . . Masonic services were conducted last night at the funeral home with Jay Davis and M. K. Holloway of Vesper Lodge 584 as master and secretary, respectively. Graveside rites were conducted by a legion squad comprised of William Peterson, Charles Lawrence, Dale Swanson, Clarence Johnson, Rod Christenson, Lawrence Cowell, Ray White, Warren Thomas and Steve Harrison. nice Albaugh of Edwsrdaburg, Mich. Besides his parents and wife, one brother preceded htm in death. A memorial arrangement in behalf of Park United Presbyterian Church of Viola has been established and memorials may be left with the Rev. Mr. Rule. MRS. CHARLES HORAN Requiem Mass was celebrated Friday at Kanturk, County Cork, Ireland, for Mrs. Charles (Deborah) Horan, of Kanturk, mother of Rev. John Horan, pastor of St. Patrick 's Church in Galesburg. Mrs. Horan, who was in her early 80s, died Wednesday. Fr. Horan was not informed of his mother's death until Friday because of a communications delay from Ireland to Galesburg. Besides her husband and Fr. Horan, she is survived by two daughters in Ireland and another son in England. MRS. RICHARD KIRKBRIDE Funeral services for Mrs. Richard Kirkbride, 45, of 140 E. Losey St., who died Thursday, were held today at 2 p. m. in the First and Puckett Funeral Home, Rev. William Thurber officiating. Mrs. LaVerne Sargent was vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Harry Allender, organist. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dick Simpson, Richard Humes, Rocky Mitchell and Gene, Leslie and Clifford Trulson. HOMER MARTIN VIOLA - Homer Martin, 76, former operator of a blueprinting establishment in Chicago, where he resided 50 years, and in recent years a Viola resident, died in a Galesburg hospital Friday shortly after 1 p. m. s Friends may call at the Crummy Funeral Home in Viola Sunday afternoon and evening. The body will be taken at 11 o'clock Monday morning to the Park United Presbyterian Church of Viola, of which he was a member, and where funeral services will take place at 2:30 Monday. The casket will not be opened after the service, at which Rev. Roy Hofstetter of the United Presbyterian Church of Aledo will officiate. Cremation will follow. Mr. Martin was born at Elkhart, Ind., Aug. 25, 1887, and received his education in Indiana. He was married to Eleanora Zettler, and their home for many years was made in Chicago, where Mr. Martin was owner and operator of the Congress Blueprint Corp., and for more than fifty years a member of Endeavor Presbyterian Church, serving over 25 years as a member of the board of elders. After the death of his wife eight years ago, he made his home with his son-in-law and daughter, Rev, and Mrs. William Rule, at Bushnell where the Rev. Mr. Rule then had a pastorate before coming to Viola 4% years ago. In addition to Mrs. Rule, Mr. Martin is survived by one other daughter, Mrs. Raymond Cronshey of Phoenix, Ariz.; two sons, Dr. Homer Martin of Westfield, N. J., and Robert Martin of Chicago; 12 grandchildren; two brothers, Talmadge Martin of Elkhart, Ind., and Wilmer Martin of Sarasota, Fla., and a sister, Mrs. Ver- H INCH LI FF a PEARSON FUNERAL HOMEo /u /CHAPEl W N. Broad **^ 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. MR. JAMES M. McMASTER ~ Victoria, 111. Services 10:30 A.M. Monday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call Sunday at the funeral home. Masonic services at 8 p.m. ville. She preceded him (n death In April 19<M. Mr. Rogers Was a member of the Pacific, Masonic Lodge of Knoxville. He Is survived by a son, Forrest of Canton; two daughters, Mrs. Fred (Charlotte) Blake of Klrkwood and Mrs. Geneva Carlson of Denver, Colo.; 12 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren and three great-great­ grandchildren. Besides his wife, he was preceded in death by two sisters. Funeral services will be held Monday at 1:30 p. m. at the Klinck Chapel in Knoxville. Burial will be in the Knoxville Cemetery. There will be no visitation. JAMES M. McMASTER James M. McMaster, 96, of Victoria, a 72-year member of Oneida Masonic Lodge 377, its oldest member and one of the oldest Masonic members in the country, died Friday noon in Grim-Smith Hospital, Kirksville, Mo. Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 10:30 a.m., in the Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in Victoria Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday afternoon and evening at the chapel, where Masonic services will be held at 8 o'clock. Mr. McMaster was born Aug. 8, 1867, in Copley Township, and was married in 1894, in Galesburg, to Jennie Reynolds. She died in 1944. He retired from farming 40 years ago. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Eselwyn Kennedy of Victoria and Mrs. Susan Bell of Kirksville, Mo., and a brother, Guy McMaster of Oneida. BERNARD McGLYNN Graveside services for Bernard McGlynn, 76, of 517 N. Cedar St., who died Friday, were held today at 1 p. m. in the DeKalb Cemetery. Mr. McGlynn was a former resident of DeKalb. CAPT. TERRY OLMSTED Memorial services were held today in Anchorage, Alaska, for Capt. Terry F. Olmsted, 29, of East Peoria, who died Wednesday near Anchorage in a plane crash. Among survivors are his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olmsted of Victoria. Capt. Olmsted's widow, Shirley and their three children, Julie, Michael and Tod, are returning to East Peoria today, accompanied by Capt. John Lyons of Elmensdorf Air Force Base, where Capt. Olmsted was stationed. They will attend memorial services at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Peoria Tuesday at 3 p. m. Memorials may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church in Peoria. Other survivors are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aron Fay Olmsted of East Peoria. CLARENCE WHITTOM Clarence Whittom of Kirksville, Mo., father of Virgil Whittom, 2048 McMasters Ave., died today at 1 a.m. at a hospital in Columbia, Mo. Funeral services are pending. Burial will be in Maple Hill Cemetery at Kirksville. GUST G. LARSON Funeral services for Gust G. Larson, 62, formerly of Henderson Grove, who died Tuesday in Chicago, were held today at 2 p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, Rev. Roy Johnson officiating. Mrs. Ruby Smith and Sheldon Smith were vocalists, accompanied by Mrs. Wayne Tryon, organist. Burial was in Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Clarence and Harry Hallberg, Leonard and Stanley Rissing, Clarence Carlson and Cecil Cofield. CHARLES HENRY ROGERS KNOXVILLE—Charles Henry Rogers, 90, was found dead Friday about 10:30 a. m. at his home in Knoxville. Death was from natural causes. Born Jan. 28, 1873, in Hancock County, he spent most of his life in the Knoxville community. A weil driller, he retired about five years ago. Mr. Rogers was married to Lettie Wilkes in 1895 in Knox- FRED M. BILLINGSLEY ABINGDON—Fred M. Billingsley, 73, of Abingdon, died today at 4 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital in Galesburg. He had been admitted Thursday following an illness of about three years. A retired farmer, he was born May 30, 1890, at Camden. He had lived in Abingdon and St. Augustine communities the past 19 years. Mr. Billingsley was of Protestant faith. He was employed five years at the Abingdon Pottery. Mr. Billingsley was married to Sadie Hume at Rushville Sept. 12, 1910. She preceded him in death March 19. Survivors include four sons, Frank of Bethalto, Oma of Bushnell, Alva of Bellevue, Wayne of Galesburg; three daughters, Mrs. Chester (Faith) Hendricks of Mount Sterling, Mrs. Richard (Vada) Whited of Bartonville and Miss Alma Billingsley at home; a brother, Nathan of Bowen; 25 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Besides his wife he was preceded in death by a daughter and three brothers. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Larson Funeral Home in Abingdon. Friends may call at the funeral home Monday evening. Burial will be in the Abingdon Cemetery. Rev. F. Lenk Dies at 63 ALEDO — Rev. Fred J. Lenk, 63, pastor of the Hamlet and Perryton Presbyterian churches, north of Aledo. died of a heart attack today about 3:30 a.m. He was pronounced dead on arrival at Mercer County Hos pital. The Rev. Mr. Lenk was born Aug. 30, 1900, in St. Louis, Mo., and was married to the former Edith L. Crockett June 29, 1932, in Pittsburgh, Pa. He was educated in Pittsburgh and was a graduate of Moody Bible Institute in Chicago and of Xenia Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh. He had been pastor of his present churches since June 1961 and also was coordinator of the Monmouth Cooperative Parish. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Fred J. Lenk Jr. of New Bedford, Pa., and Robert G. Lenk, at home; two daughters, Mrs. James Vincent of Washington, Pa., and Mrs. Phillip E. Hughes of Pasadena, Calif., and a brother, George W. Lenk, and a sister, Mrs. Frank Simpson, addresses not available. Funeral services will be hold Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Hamlet Presbyterian Church. Rev. Verne Wortman, retired, will officiate. Friends may call Sim- day and Monday evening at the Reiser Funeral Home in Aledo. County Official Jailed for Stealing Funds BELLEVILLE, 111. (AP) Fred Grueber, former St. Clair County, 111. deputy treasurer, was sentenced to prison Friday after pleading guilty to stealing $12,290 in St. Clair County funds. Circuit Judge Harold Farmer denied Grueber's request for probation on the charges. Judge Farmer gave Grueber 30 days to arrange his affairs and sentenced him to from 2 to 10 years in prison. Grueber, 58, of Canteen Township, III, was indicted in May after an audit by an accounting firm found a shortage in the treasurer's office. Astronaut Is Native Of Illinois HOUSTON (AP) - A native Illinoisan is among the nation's newest astronauts—prime candidates to be the first Americans on the moon. He is Navy Lt. Eugene Cer- ClasttfMd Advertising effective April i, lgftt UJCAL CASH HATS) , si- _____ •6-30 •Ji— S.«S 1 .4* Sl- j,„4jy„i iri r 14? 18-40 I S.IO an ui 41-35 1 1,81 | IJ7 | LOT 8.86 4.3 8.3t 4.84 tM BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Mauea Out-of-town) Me Card ot rhanka la Memoriama Lodga Noticaa } l -lnch ot law 83.00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. In Memorlams SHAW, Byron M.—In memory of our loved one who passed away 1 year ago Oct. 19, 1962. A loving father so true and kind No friend on earth like him we find For all of us he did his best May God grant him eternal rest. Wife and Sons and Grandchildren CLIFFORD, Helen M.—In loving memory of our wife and mother who passed away 2 years ago October 19, 1961. Time speeds on (two) years have passed Since death its gloom, its shadows cast Within our home, where all seemed bright, And took from us a shining light. We miss that light, and ever will, Her vacant place there's none to fill. Down here we mourn, but not in vain; For up in heaven we'll meet again. Husband and Children Lodge Notices Violet Chapter No. 235, O.E.S. WILL OBSERVE members night Tuesday, October 22, 8 p.m. Recognition of membership. — Mrs. Van Wallick, guest of honor. Social hour. All Eastern Stars welcome. Alice Spencer, W.M. Irvin Spencer, W.P. Mary Wilson, Sec'y. Other Notices Matt Hel) ON- AND after this date, Oct. 19, 1963, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other than myself. Richard S. Arnold R R New Windsor. 111. 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. Business Service—2 BEFORE Winter sets in get that LAWN BUILT: driveway topped with WHITEROCK NOW! E. J. MARTIN — 342-0521 RUBBISH REMOVAL "Double your trash back if not satisfied " Celebrating 15 years of service to Galesburg residents. Call Cltywlda 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. Nlte 343-5404. For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. 343-6813 NELSON'S Bryant fas 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, 342-38B5. 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 seU- ing, call 342-0360, 342-1622. 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— 9 MINISTERS Retired or of small congregations. Are you looking to supplement your present income? Would you enjoy working for an honest and reliable company? If so, let us talk to you about the pleasant and dignified employment we have to offer. All interviews strictly confidential. Dial Peoria 691-1100 for appointment 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 819, care Register-Mai). FASTEST growing Illinois Company of its kind has several openings. Our average men are paid $10,000. Above average, |88,000-$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, 666-4804 Peoria. 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. MAN to service route in Knox County area. Home every night, 22 through 38, married. 1118 weekly. Phone: 343-9342. NEED HELP? find the best _^through a wider choice. Phone 342-5181 to olaee your WANT AD MARRIED man for farm work. Experienced with livestock. Modern house. Carl Peve, Wyoming, 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. Female Help ffMted-4 Full or Part Time Eves. Newly opened branch of Eastern Electric manufacturer needs 3 men to promote products in this area. Neat appearing, honest, and ambitious men will be shown how to earn up to $457 per month to start. Car essential. For more information, contact Mr. Ezell, 1975 Grand Monday or Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. or 6:15 p.m. WANTED maintenance man at Custer Inn, ask for Lester Koch. ATTENTION Ambitious Men in the Productive Middle Years of their lives. No layoffs or slack seasons with our large and fast growing company. If you are really willing to work and seriously want to succeed, dial Peoria 691-1102 for appointment for employment. 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. BELLMAN WANTED See manager Custer Hotel. 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-Mall. STOP! ASK... Yourself "Where will I be and what will I be doing 5 years from today, if I continue what I am doing now?" We have 3 sales positions to fill in Central Illinois which can develop into management for the right man. You can immediately expect to: AVERAGE OVER $150 Per Week Commission • Attend 2 weeks of schooling in Chicago, expenses paid. • Be guaranteed $125 per week to start. • Derive 60% or better of your income from established accounts. • Be given the opportunity to advance rapidly into management. • No house to house canvassing. TO QUALIFY: Must be sports-minded Age—21 or over Ambitious—Dependable High school graduate or better Own good car FOR THE RIGHT MAN THIS IS A LIETIME CAREER OPPORTUNITY WITH AN INTERNATIONAL GROUP OF COMPANIES. Call for Appointment Now! PHONE 343-3191 CRAIG MONSON 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. MONDAY, OCT. 21 Female Help Wanted-* WANTED Housekeeper for farm home. 5 miles northwest of Galesburg. Either live in or out. 342-9303. BABYSITTER wanted in Lake Bracken home for 2 preschool children 5 day week — 7:30-4:30 while mother works. Please have references. Phone 343-7342. ^ 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. 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. MAUVMlT'l'M' wanted In m> home 8 days a week. 8 to 8. May live In. 342-2464 or 343-7441. WANTED elderly lady to live in. One child 4 years old. Saturday's off. Phone 342-3063 before 4 p.m. INTERIOR display girl, 20 to 30 hours per week. Experience not necessary. Apply J. C. Penney Co. HOUSEKEEPER for elderly gentleman. Live In Kirkwood. State age and wages expected. Write Pearl Rlggens, 1750 N. Sheridan. Peoria. II' Male, Female Help WaateeWt A GOOD accordlan and steel guitar player for string band. Call after 4:30. 343-3300. WANTED: Experienced restaurant manager, male or female, for out ot 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 & 0 p.m. 981 East Main. 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 18 hours weekly. Phone 343-9342._ Wanted Now Fountain Help. Grill Help. Waitress Help. Curb Help. Ph. 342-0141 HUDDLE DRIVE-IN Instruction—f TUTORING by exp e r i e n c e d teacher. High School English, Latin and Spanish. Grade level Subjects. Reading and phonics a specialty. Call 343-5130. Finished Aperttreita-ll Business Opportunity—10 ••for* ton INVEST. INTEBTIOATCI The Oaleaburg Register • Mat! attempts to determine the _» liability of the advertiser in ell ads requiring an Investment. It cannot, however, guarantee all inch offers. W» recommand that too INVESTIGATE fully bafora you INVEST MULLEN 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 $43,000 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. Boy 151. Galesburg, 111. WANTED TO BUY — Tractors, trucks and cars for parts. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co., Knoxville Road. Galesburg, 111- Ph. 343-1914. GAS SPACE HEATERS ALSO top prices for used furniture, appliances, antique fjrnt- ture, dishes, dolls, lamps, guns, jewelry, etc. Lawson Trading Post, 926 E. Main. 343-1918; 3436241. 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. KeUogg. 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. 281 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 3-foom apt. First floor. Close in. Also 1 reem efficiency. Call after.,8. 348;7^ A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY To take over a going, moneymaking, major oil company service station. Present owner leaving because of other interests. Station, only 3 yrs. old. Located on Hwy. 150. Minimum investment required and company will help finance. Paid training available. You owe it to yourself to investigate. Write Peoria, P.O. Box 964, and an Interview will be arranged. FOR LEASE Gasoline Service Station. Phillips Petroleum Company. Excellent location on U.S. 150. in Galesburg, modern, 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 ESTATB "Service with Integrity" William P. Mullen, Realtor 123 S. Cherry — Ph. 343-9973 Paul Hinrichs, Eves. 343-9944 Rex Adcock, Eves. 343-8843 fflclency. Call after 8. 343-70-8. 3 -RM. FURNISHED APT. Private bath, TV antenna, Mi W. SOUth. . . . Rent your APARTM_!N+. of SLEEPING ROOM through a WANT AD. FURNISHED 8 room upper apt., 41 S. West, private bath, entrance, utilities furnished, adult* preferred. Call 343-6598. RESPECTABLE party for my nice upper 3-rm. private furnished apt. Utilities furnished. Reasonable rent. Call 342-0456 after 4:30. CLEAN, quiet, private, modern furnished apt. Plenty of storage. Laundry privileges, parking. Employed ladies preferred. Tel. 342-0941. 471 N. Cherry. 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. 343-8288. 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. In- qulre upstairs. 287 W. Tompkins. 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. 343-8130 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. 289-8401 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; 343-6988. Unfurnished Apartments—15 4 ROOM upper unfurnished apt., all utilities furnished, and garage. Call 343-1303 after S p.m., 968 Bateman, • UPPER 4 ROOM APT. Private bath. Utilities furnished. Close in. Adults. Call 342-4388. 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. 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—342-3418 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 8 room unfurnished upper apt. Gee heat Everything separate. 74 N. Arthur. Close to shopping center. Adults only. $90. Phone 843 -8881 before 9:30 a.m or Inquire at do—n- stairs apt CHAPMAN Apts. 4 room, lower front apt. Newly decorated, private bath, upper S room apt. newly decorated and private bath. Heat and water furnished. Adults only. Call 342-3069. MAYFAIR MANOR APTS. Available now—2 of Galesburg*a 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, ceramlo tile bath, private entrances. Heat and wafer furnished, $73. Phone 343-8478. 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. 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. Houses for Rent—If FOR 5 or 6 months — 4 room furnished home. North. Gas heat. Garage. 342-3862. 2-BEDROOM bungalow, bath, carpeted living room, kitchen, utility room, paneled family room, newly decorated inside. Garage, nice yard. North side. Low heat cost. Call 342-4212 or 343-7044. (Continued on page 18) nan, 29, born in Chicago and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew G. Cernan of Bellwood. Lt. Cernan, married and the father of one, has been a student since 1961 at the U.S. Naval Post Graduate School, Monterrey, Calif. He is a graduate of Proviso Township High School in Maywood and received an electrical engineering degree from Purdue University in 1956. Another of the 14 astronauts named Friday by the U.S. space agency is Navy Lt. Roger B. Chaffee, 28, of Grand Rapids, Mich. He attended Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago prior to receiving a degree from Purdue in 1957. Cernan's wife, Jean, said of the appointment, "I'm just so thrilled and happy I'm speechless." "We have been waiting a long time," she said. "I suppose that when the time comes I will be just as frightened as other wives. But my husband has been flying for some time and I have great confidence in his ability as a pilot." Imposed Fine in Alpha ALPHA — George E. Schoeneck of Skokie, 47, was brought into police magistrate court of George W. Kelly, Alpha, Thursday on a speeding charge. He was fined $7 and costs. Arrest was made by state troopers. READ TUB CLASSIFIEDS!

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