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20 Golesbuffl Reaisyer-Mgil, Golesburg, III, Soturdoy, Oct. 19,1963 CAR CRASHES HOUSE—After going out of control, this car driven by William D. Tucker, 17, of 892 E. South St., Friday about 10:20 p.m., traveled over terraces and yards until coming to a stop when it struck the rear of the Ralph Housel home, 149 Pine St. The residence had to be reinforced before the car could be moved. Tucker, who was driving west on Mulberry Street, was ticketed for driving too fast for conditions. Transportation Departures Effective April 28 ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME Burlington, 8 Fast Mail SO AkSarBen 5:55 a 10 Denver Zephyr -.—.7:52 a 2 Local _.8:50 a 18 California Zephyr 12:31 p 12 Nebraska Zephyr 7 05 p Burlington, Westbound 3 to Omaha, Lincoln 1:48 a 65 to Kansas City 1:55 a 7 to Denver ...3:55 a, 35 to Kansas City 3:00 p. 11 to Omaha, Lincoln 3:10 P 17 to California 6:32 p, 1 to Denver 8:22 p. Santa Fa, Eaatbound 20 Chief 4:40 a. m. 16 Texas Chief 6:40 a. m. 18 Super Chief- El Capitan* 11:10 a. m. 2 S.F. Chief 11:45 a. m. 124 Grand Canyon 2:20 p. m. 12 Chlcagoan 5:50 p. m. Santa Fa, Westbound 9 K. C. Chief 2:35 a. m. 19 Chief 12:55 p. m. 123 Grand Canyon 3:20 p. m. 1 S. F. Chief* 7:05 p. m Eaatbound 305 a. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. Minors Are- (Continued from page 2) 15 Texas Chief 17 Super Chief- El Capitan* •—Flagstop dark. Northbound Flight 140 to Chicago* 9:06 a. m. 906 to Chicago** . 4:45 p. m. 690 to Chicago*** 639 p. m. Ozark, Southbound 141 to St. Louis** 8:59 a., m. 691 to St. Louis*** 8:44 p. m. •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday •••—Saturday only BUS SCHEDULES Waitbound To West Coast 8:30 To West Coast 1:20 To West Coast 9:45 Eaatbound To East Coast .11:55 To East Coast 8:00 To Peoria 1:20 9:55 p. m. .10:25 p. m. a. P. P- To Peoria 8:25 p Southbound To St. Louis 10*0 a Northbound To Davenport 9:20 p, m. m. m. m. m. During 1962, 1,761 daily newspapers in the United States enjoyed a combined circulation of 60 million copies daily. police that he purchased a case of beer at Joe's Place. Reply To Officers Officers Robert Canfield and Forrest D. Kilpatrick were in a squad car on South Cedar Street, about 8:45 p.m., when they observed three youths walking south on Cedar Street One was carrying two bags of ice and the other two were walking in a funny manner, they reported. The youths were stopped and asked if any beer had been bought, to which the reply was "yes." Taken to police headquarters Rush was reported to have told police he purchased beer and whiskey at the Big 10, without having been asked for age identification. He said his two companions were not involved as they waited outside and helped him carry the merchandise The two were released without charge. After he gave the information to police, with Capt. Forrest D Hunsley participating in the questioning, Rush was taken to Big 10, where he was said to have identified Mower as the person who sold him the liquor Police questioned the liquor store operator, who was report ed to have said Rush might have been in the place. Asked by police about questioning identification, Mower said this was done, but "tonight we have been busy and maybe I didn't." Rush was said to have told po lice he made purchases there ARRIVING OCTOBER 16 to 21 781 CATTLE 144 Black calves, wt. 497-550 lbs. 150 Whiteface calves, wt. 480-550 lbs. 154 Whiteface yearlings, wt. 600-750 lbs. 333 Black Branguis steer calves, wt. 480-552 lbs. NORTHWEST CATTLE CO. Galva, Illinois Phone 2-2158 Q Stock Yard DISTRICT 1 WATER BILLS FINAL DATE WITHOUT PENALTY MONDAY, OCTOBER 21st On all water Bills (blue) in the Northeast District (including Pennsylvania and Virginia Avenues.) "Shut-Off" date for this District (blue bills) will be Friday, November 15th, 1963. WATER DEPARTMENT CITY OF GALESBURG Galesburg Livestock Sales Company E. Fremont Road Regular Weekly Auction Starting at 9:30 A.M. on Fat Cattle 12:30 P.M. on Hogs and Stock Cattle ADVANCED LISTINGS FOR OCTOBER 22 200 Choice Hereford heifers, western origin, wt. 400 lbs. 85 Choice Hereford steers, wt. 425 lbs. 52 Choice Hereford steers, wt. 375 lbs. 45 Choice Angus steers, wt. 425 lbs. 27 Choice Angus steers, wt. 475 lbs. 35 Choice native Angus steers and heifers, wt. 675 lbs. 25 Choice Angus steers, wt. 575 lbs. 25 Choice Hereford steers, w< 650 lbs. 100 Head Mixed steers and heifers, wt. 400-550 lbs. Will Have More Tuesday Llndsey Bros, and Lowell Buck. Auctioneers Galesburg livestock Sales Company fist Fremont Road 342-1416 Dues Increase Recommended By Farm Bureau DECATUR, 111. (AP)-Directors of the Illinois Agricultural Association have recommended a $2 increase in annual dues for 195,281 members of the state Farm Bureau organization. The proposed increase from $7 to $9 a year voted Friday by directors is subject to approval by delegates to the IAA's annual meeting in Chicago Nov. 1821. The boost would be effective in the 1964 fiscal year. IAA President William J. Kuhfuss of Mackinaw said the increase was recommended because of increased costs of present services and demands for additional services. Currently Illinois farm bureau members pay annual dues of $17 to $30, depending upon the county. The national organization receives $1 for each member. on two other occasions this week, with no mention of him showing his identification. READ THE WANT ADS! PRINTING 200 Vi-sheet Letterheads 200 Envelopes to match Printed - $4.00 All Kinds of Printing. VERNOLA PRINTERY Alexis, 207 S. Main Several Hurt In Santa Fe Train Crash WILLOW SPRINGS, 111. (AP) —A collision of a Santa Fe passenger train and a freight train injured at least a score of persons today, at least 10 seriously, police said. Ambulances and police squads were rushed to the scene, 25 miles west of Chicago, after several cars were derailed by the crash of the trains. One report said 25 were hurt. It was not clear immediately whether it was a sideswipe of the trains—heading in opposite directions—or a meeting on the same track. An attendant at Christ Community Hospital said the hospital's emergency room was filled with injured persons. Other victims were taken to Little Company of Mary Hospital and Grant Community Hospital in Chicago. Holy Cross Hospital in Chicago also had many injured. The passenger train was reported west-bound, and the freight train was heading east toward Chicago. The train is No. 19, the Santa Fe Chief, due in Galesburg at 11:55 a.m. (CST). A Santa Fe spokesman in Galesburg said that although details of the accident were slow coming in, no trains on the line are expected to be rerouted. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! MIXED HAY WANTED Can or •••—Bin Bown, care CBfcO STOCKYARDS Galesburg. til.— -Tel 343 -5111 Werthslmer Cattla Co. Inc— Lost or Strayed 450 LB. HEREFORD STEER CALF RALPH FOULK Laura, Hi. Phona Brimfield 2634 FARMERS ATTENTION New galvanized 22 gauge building sheets. 3c a square loot. Sheets 3'x20' — S3.00. 400 N. WHITESBORO Phone 342-08 IS Combination Auction Sale ST. AUGUSTINE JUNCTION Sunday, Oct. 20-2 P.M. Consigned household items, wringer washing machine, gas stove, refrigerators, service station equipment and farm tools. 1—7-Can Milk Cooler, electric. 1—Dual Axle Trailer with electric brakes. 8xl6-Ft. Box and other small items. Also: Clay Piegon Trap and Horse Tack. Not Responsible for Accidents Auctionaar—DALE COFFEY Manager—D. DILLIN 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 (1) 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 11th day of October, 1963. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF KNOX COUNTY, ILLINOIS (SEAL) By Samuel H. Hinchman, Clerk HARDY CHRYSANTHEMUMS Dig them yourself sole. Bring your own spade and containers. A bushel bosket of blooms on each plant. All colors... 75c ea. OPEN SUNDAY LaFayette Greenhouse On the Home Nursery Ground/ LoFayette, III. Knox Profcgsor Delivers Talk At Math Meet A conference on the mathematical training of elementary teachers being held in Madison, Wis., and during which Prof. Rothwell Stephens, chairman of the mathematics department of Knox College delivered the open speech Friday, concludes today. This is one of the 20 state conventions sponsored by CUPM (Committee on the Undergraduate Program) to consider the increased mathematical training needed by elementary teachers to handle the newer mathematical curricula being offered in schools of the nation. CUPM, a committee of the Mathematical Association of America, works under grants from the National Science Foundation of Washington, D. C. The purpose is to improve all phases of undergraduate mathematical training. Prof. Stephens has been a member of its panel on teacher training since its formation. In November, he will open a similar meeting with an address in Albuquerque, N. M. Choice on Top NEW YORK (UPI) - The New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers, leaders in the American and National League pennant races, were the pre-season choices of the United Press International's board of baseball experts. FOR SALE 1957 Super 88 Olds 4-door. In nice shape — Excellent tires. Priced reasonable. PHONE 342-9157 after 5 P.M. Backyard Sale 1011 E. BROOKS MONDAY, OCT. 21 9 to ? Clothing and Misc. Items Lost and Found Will ihs party who found the set of ksys and put them in a mailbox plans* Call 342-6475. Sheriff Clears Two Suspects in Oquawka Holdup OQUAWKA, 111. (UPI) -Henderson County Sheriff Vincent Carlson said today that extensive questioning of two burglary suspects indicated they were not Involved in a $4,000 tavern robbery. Raymond R. Sauer, 39, and Marchell T. Wren, 38, both of Rock Island, were held in t h e county jail under $5,000 bond each on charges they burglar ized the State Line Tavern at Gulfport, Monday. Carlson said he questioned the men about a robbery Sunday at the Blue Goose tavern here. The two taverns are 10 miles apart. In the Sunday robbery, seven patrons and tavern employes were held up by two men wearing Halloween masks. The Gulfport burglary loot totaled only $42. COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insurad — Frss Estimates POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan 1-2103 Ollson, 111. Galesburg. 111. — 342-1234 TREES CUT AND BRUSH REMOVED HED6EP0STS CUT Call 342-4657 Garage Sale MON., Oct. 21—All Day. Heater, coal. Good laundry stove, 2 rolls low white fence, NEW. Good tricycle, TV table, lawn chairs, garden tools, water heater. Other Misc. items. 1278 S. Chambers Backyard & Rummtge Sales, etc. Mutt b« in our office 12 noon day before ad runs. Coll 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail PARTITION SALE RESIDENCE PROPERTY IN VICTORIA, ILLINOIS (Commonly known as G. Victor Krans and Esther C. Krans residence). Pursuant to the Decree of the Circuit Court of Knox County, Illinois, in Chancery No. 63-C-13S—entitled Paul W. Krans vs. Carl V. Krans, et al„ the undersigned will sell at public sale on the first floor of the Courthouse in Galesburg, Illinois, on Saturday, November 9, 1963 Sale commencing at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate: Lot Number Six 16) in Block Number Two (2) in Becker, Berry, Pease and Hedstrom's Addition to the Village of Victoria in the County of Knox, State of Illinois. IMPROVEMENTS: The property is improved with a residence in a good location. TERMS OF SALE: Sale is to be made upon terms of 25% of the amount bid, cash in hand on day of sale with the balance of the purchase price to be paid upon approval of the sale by the Court and delivery of a proper conveyance at which time possession will be given. Sale is to be made subject to the lien of the real estate taxes' for the year 1963 but free and clear of all other liens and incum­ brances. JOHN J. BLAKE, Master in Chancery SIDNEY S. DEUTSCH—Attorney for Plaintiff, Rock Island, Illinois JOSEPH V. TOOHILL—Attorney for Defendants, Farmlngton, Illinois FARM SALE 305 Acres, Clover Township, Henry County Improved Farm Land (Commonly known 01 Sennett T. Richmond form) The undersigned heirs and administrators of Sennett T. Rich mond, deceased, for the purpose of settling the estate will sell at public sale on the premises located one mile south of Woodhull and two and one-half miles east on State Route No. 17, on Saturday, Nov. 9, 1963 tale Sale commencing at 2:00 P.M., the following described real es- The Southeast Quarter of Section 27, the South Half of the Northeast Quarter of Sections 27; and the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 27, except a one-half acre school tract in the Southwest Quarter, and except the North Half of the Railroad right-of- way; all located in Township 14 North, Range 2 East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, Henry County, Illinois. IMPROVEMENTS Two complete sets of improvements including houses, barns, granaries, machine sheds, double corn cribs, silo and tool shed in good repair, and an excellent well Has been operated as a grain farm and approximately 285 acres are tillable. TERMS OF SALE: 20% cash in hand on day of sale with the balance to be paid on March 1, 1964, when possession will be given. Standard form of Agreement to be executed by the purchasers. Sale is made subject to the taxes subsequent to the year 1963. All rents for the year ending February 29, 1964, are reserved. An Abstract of Title down to the date of sale will be delivered to the purchaser. INSPECTION: Contact the undersigned administrators or attorneys. SETH H. RICHMOND and GUY A. RICHMOND, Administrators NELSON, GUSTAFSON It BLAKE. Attorneys for Estate, Galesburg, Illinois. Seth H. Richmond, Guy A- Richmond, Fred O. Richmond, Je*se L- Richmend, and Florence A. ftowxer, heirs. MARKET REPORTS MONDAY'S ESTIMATES CHICAGO (AP) - Estimated livestock receipts for Monday are 14,000 cattle, 0,000 hogs and 700 sheep. Oaletburf Hog Market Galesburg Order Bayers C. B. it Q. Stockyards Market steady. Bulk of east* em shipping hogs, $14.90-115.50. Top, $15.40. 200-230 _$14.65-$15.40 230-260 $14.25-$15.25 280-300 $14.00-114.75 Packing sows -.$12.25-$14.00 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! MOW OPEN THE EVERGREENS lilt W. Main St.. Oalesburf, til. A Slate Licensed shelter ear* hem* tot ambulatory man and woman. Reasonable tales, good eare, wall balanced meals. For appointment phone S4I-M41. Mrs. Grace E. Zugg. operator. ASSISTANT MANAGER WANTED at Five Minute Car Wash, 1585 N. Henderson. Apply in person. Saturday A .M. WINDOWS WASHED EAVES (LEANED Dial M9-I771 — 342-1122 Before Noon. After 7:30 p.m. Capacity Adrtiliilon BERKELEY, Calif. (UPI) University of California officials reported Friday that 1,000 Of more qualified students will be denied admission to the Berkeley campus next fall because the school will have reached its capacity. It will mark the first time in history that students might face disqualification even though they meet the academic re* quirements. ABINGDON feeds with StilbosoL give cattle feeders an average of 15% extra gain on 10% less feed Bodk Them Today ABINGDON MILLING CO. Phone 89 PUBLIC SALE OF 80 Acres Knox County Form Land JOHN J. KENNEDY ESTATE Saturday, November 2, 1963 10 O'CLOCK A.M. North Front Door of Court House, City of Galesburg Farm is located \Vi miles Northeast of Galesburg, Illinois, on the East Fremont blacktop road (County Highway No. 7. On Community Unit School District 205 Bus Route. Legal Description; The West Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 33, Township 12 North, Range 2 East of the Fourth Principal Meridian (Sparta Township), Knox County, Illinois. This farm consists of 80 Acres of nearly all brown silt loam soil, level to gently rolling, and nearly all tillable Good crop rotation has been followed, and the land is in a good state of fertility. 3 good wells furnish an adequate supply of water. Improvements: 6-room modern frame house, with oil heat: barn, garage, corn crib and granary. Fences fair to good, with new fence on North side of farm. Anyone interested in a well improved 80-acre farm, with choice location, close to City of Galesburg, should plan to attend this sale. Terms of Sale: 20% of amount bid. cash in hand, at time of sale, with balance due and payable by March 1, 1964, when proper Deed of Conveyance and possession of said premises will be given. Sale to be made free and clear of all liens, but subject to the lien for 1064 Taxes. Abstract of Title, brought down to date of sale, will be furnished. Residence open for Inspection Saturday, October 21, 10 A.M. to 2 P.M. and at other tunes by appointment with the undersigned. JOHN E. KENNEDY, EDNA WELLS, HELEN FOX Heirs Phone 343-5093 Auctioneers: LEWIS G. MARKS—Phona: S3 Abingdon and MICHAEL E. MARKS—Phona: 41« Abingdon STUART, NEAGLE at WEST, Attys. F. * M. Bank Bldg., Galesburg, Illinois 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 103V6 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 sale. For further details, see, any of the undersigned. Lewis Marks, Auctioneer McLaughlin A McLaughlin, Attorneys for Owners ALICE IRENE UPSON RALPH WILLARP BERGSTROM LEONARD THEODORE BERGSTROM Owners tf said real estate

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