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Sioux Falls, South Dakota
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Friday, July 25, 1952
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Friday, July 25, 1952 THE DAILY ARGUS-LEADER, SIOUX FALLS, S. D. 15 Men Wanted s (Continued) 44 THE CAREER BUILDER PLAN WITH OUR TESTED AND PROVEN METHOD OF OPERATION MANY MEN HAVE Bzllt Solid Sates Careers CAREERS THAT PAY THEM FROM $150 TO $300 PER WK. IN DIGNIFIED SALES POSITIONS. CAREERS THAT HAVE LED TO MANAGERIAL POSITIONS IN A GROWING, PROGRESSIVE CONCERN. THERE ARE NOW ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR CAREER MEN. Complete Trainizs Guarantee Piss 104 E. 8th St. 'Nickel Plate BMg. (Downstairs) Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 9:005:00 Salesman To travel eastern South Dakota. Car furnished. Coal experience desirable but not necessary. Give all details, and salary expected. Write 3282 Argus-Leader. FINANCE MEN Major finance company operating over large area, specializing: In automobile dealer discount business, wants to decentralize further in this and nearby states. This is an unusual opportunity for several men experienced In solicit-in?, purchasing and servicing: this type business. Salary, paid vacation, car if needed, incentive bonus, life Insurance, retirement plan and other benefits. All replies strictly confidential. Box 3300 Argus-Leader. WANTED Teachers: English with either speech or vocal music: second grade, low er grade music. Apply to Supt. C. V. uoody, Platte, b.d. Employment Agencies 51 REGISTER with Rapid for results- Rapid Placement Service over Qranada Theater. TEACHERS: Splendid Northwestern. Midwestern and Pacific vacancies. All fields. Special opportunities for women, Enroll now. National Teachers Exchange, sioux rails, Boutn uaicota. EXPANSION PROGRAM ' Have open several vacancies in Eastern South Dakota. Interviews will be conducted here to fill vacancies. All applicants must be ; neat in appearance, a good personality, own avcar, and be will- j ing to. be away from home four nights a week. Guaranteed salary cf $100 per week begins with employment. No part time man! f For interviews, call M. L. JANELE at CARPENTER Hotel, ; Sioux Falls, Saturday and Sunday, July 26 and 27 from 2-5 pan. General Handy Man FOR MAINTENANCE WORK ABLE TO DO ANY KIND OP REPAIR WORK Call In Person After 4;30 P.M. Greenlee Packing Co. WANTED MEN FOR DIRECT SELLING. CALL 24253 . FOR INTERVIEW MUST HAVE CAR REGISTERED pharmacist wanted Reg-Istered in Minnesota or South Dakota. Advancement opportunities. Dick's Rexall DrugcanbyKfinn WANTED Married man for farm workT Separate house. No milking. Must ba able to handle machinery. Jack Le Brun. Dell Rapids. BETTER jobs at Dakota Employment Agency. Office. Sales. Management. All types of Jobs. 135 North Phillips. "Your Friendly Agency." COLLEGE boy, work 3-10 p.m. Perma nent. 44 wees. Kapia Placement service. GENERAL office, no shorthand, prefer older single girl, start 1180. Rapid Place ment service. DELIVERY boy, age 18-22, permanent. Start $200. Rapid Placement Service. Employment Wanted 52 Young couple desire to manage a farm. Experienced with livestock and chickens and can handle machinery. Cannot invest any money, but have plenty of ambition. WRITE 3304 ARGUS-LEADER ROOFING and roof repairing done reasonably. Free estimates. Dial 2-7534. GENERAL hauling, ashes, rubbish, basement cleaning. Dial 8-1096 or 8-6979. CARPENTER work. Finishing, remodeling, cabinets and garages. Phone 2-7007. WILL do washing and Ironing In my home. 1248 East 21st. SHEET metal workers wanted, $2 per hour. E. A. Charlebois Roofing & Sheet Metal, Marshall, Minn. EXPERIENCED D-8 dozer operator for work in gravel pit. 12 hour day and 6 day week. If qualified call Inland Construction Co. Phone 22881 at Highmore. 8. Dak. WANTED Married couple for farm work by Sept. 1st. No children preferred. Top wages, nice house. Write 3299 Argus-Leader MAN wanted. with house moving experience Inquire at 2500 West 12th. PART time driver wanted for cream route Wednesday night and Saturday night. Must have reference. C Ss R Transfer. 502 East 6th. RELIABLE man for local route who Is earning less than $90 per week. Car necessary. Write 3305 Argus-Leader. WANTED: Two good experienced automobile mechanics. Steady employment, good wages, good working conditions. Super Service Garage, Warner & Ferguson, Woonsocket, 8.D. MAN 25 to 40 for established beverage route. Mission Orange Bottling Co. Women Wanted X-48 FIREPLACES, brick and stone work; flower gardens; brick and stone steps and patios. Phone 2-4389. EXPERIENCED girl wants baby sitting. Dayor night. Call 2-7626. 418 West 5th. WANTED1 Repair carpenter jobs. Dial 4-9037 mornings or evenings. EXPERIENCED shoe and clothing man desires work In Sioux Falls. Write 3288 Argus-Leader. COLLEGE graduate desires part time employment, evenings 5-10 p.m. and Saturdays. Office and retail sales experience. Call 2-5820 between 5-8 p.m. WANTED Baby sitting, afternoons or evenings. Prefer vicinity 21st and Grange. Call 4-6184. EXPERIENCED school custodian wants Job. Can furnish references. Write 3291 Argus-Leader. REMODELING Small Jobs, cabinets or complete houses. Free estimates. 4-7692. WASHINGS done. 2116 S. Duluth. Phone 2-6010. WILL mow lawns, tall grass, weeds, odd Jobs. etc. 8-5661. BOY, 13, wants Job on farm. Phone 4-7204. 109'i South Main. Apt. 30. OUTSIDE painting wanted. Call 8-3338. 303 North Indiana. Instruction 53 8 White Lake Persons Hurt Members of Frank Reirtesch Family Are Injured in Crash Planklnton, July 25 Eight members of the Frank Reinesch family of White Lake were injured at least one of them critically, In an automobile accident last night. Reinesch, 44, slammed into a road finisher on the new stretch of High way 36 under construction three miles west of here. The road finisher, used for work on highway shoulders, was parked. jvirs. iteinescn, about 35, was taken to a Mitchell hospital in critical condition. Others hospitalized were Rein esch and their six children, Bobby 8 months; Carol Ann, 15; Charles 3; Mabel Susan, 13; Rosemary, 20; and Margaret Lucille, 18. DICKINSON ABC shorthand school now open. Dickinson Secretarial School. 2-1761. SALESMEN WANTED Do you have security? Are you earning $6,000 a year or better? Now you can earn while you learn. All expenses will be paid for while training at Omaha, Neb., by the world's largest installers of home heating equipment. Leads are furnished after you have trained you must have personal references, own or have use of transportation when you apply for this position. Call or write for appointments THE HOLLAND . FURNACE CO. " 210 North Weber Phone 4-9969 lACfflNMS Capable of doing close tolerance work. Excellent working conditions. Insurance, vacations and etc. Openings on all three shifts. Liberal hourly rate based on experience and ability. Contact at .cnce. SOO HUDSON MFG. DIVISION . 4th and Fairfax -Four Experienced Semi Drivers to haul heavy machinery and livestock. Year round work, rain cr shine. FRANK WILLERS LIVESTOCK PULLMANS . 1109 East 3rd AUTO POLISHHIt WANTED for Immediate employment. Prefer man experienced with power buffer. Top wages. Modern shop. Other benefits. Bee A. A. PRATHER at PPvATHEPs MOTORS 8th & Minnesota Sioux Falls, SJD. SALESMEN $125 $150 PER WEEK If you are looking for a permanent connection our National Company : reeds four high caliber men with ears ' to do eontact work under sponsorship I ef local organizations In Western Mln- eesota Counties. Sales experience help-f ful but not necessary, we train you. Steady year around work with yearly bonus plan and car allowance. Come la and meet men that can show you the best tilling job in the country. Contact: M. F. REINEKE, HOTEL CARPENTER, Saturday, Sunday 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Hardware Salesman WANTED ' Permanent position Good starting salary' plus commission. General hardware experience necessary. iioatgomeryYarfi&Co. Brookings, S.D.. WANTED GOOD EXPERIENCED WASHMAN Would like man interested In permanent job. See Mr. White Gumming Motor Co. 315 W. 9th . Shoe Salesman WANTED Permanent position Balary plus commission Borne experience necessary Excellent chance for advancement MoitgomeryWardl&Ceo Brookings, SJD. Arc Welders WANTED GABEL TANK CO. 815 East 15th WANTED YOUNG 1ABY FOR SECRETARIAL WORK Experience Required Hours 8-5 Monday Through Friday MANCHESTER BISCUIT C. Tank waron driver wanted. Midwest OH Co. U ut 6 Ox. FRY COOK One capable of management and taking charge of a shift. Must be neat and a steady worker. Age limit, 20-35. We wiU train the one qualified for the ob. This ts a permanent position. Please do not apply unless interested in steady employment. Apply Ann Ferguson Nickel Plate System 12th and Phillips WANTED EXPERIENCED SILK FINISHER VALLET CLEANERS 319 S. Phillips Phone 4-9655 WOMAN for housework mornings. Prefer someone available a few early ere-Rings. Must be good cook and neat housekeeper. Write qualifications to 3275 Argus-Leader, i WAITRESS wanted Good hours, food pay, Sundays off. Derby Lunch WANTED Boy's matron. Salary plus maintenance. Write 1301 East 10th or call 8-1541. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dakota Emolovment for all tyoes of Jobs. 135 N. Phillips. See Classification St. WANTED: Waitresses for part time evening work. Apply in person. Arkota. Bali-room. - WANTED Full or part time help. Must be over 21. South Sioux iJrug, aaia bouw Minnesota. WAITKES3 wanted, morning shift. No phone calls. Home Cafe, 324 North Phillips. WANTED Woman without family ties to do cleaning at Child Care Center by August 15th. 217 South Dakota. YOUNO lady, 22-30, for 4-H Club eon-tact work. Write 3292 Argus-Leader for appointment. WANTED Experienced waitress between age 18-30. Must be neat. Good hours. Good pay. Apply after ft p.m. Bickeys Drive in. ' WANTED Woman to do laundry in la-stitutlon. Write 3293 Argus-Leader. WANTED Reliable lady for general housework to take full charge in modern home. 1719 South 5th Ave. Phone 2-3522 or 4-5531. . EXPERIENCED beauty operator wanted. Highest salary and commission. Bea s Beauty Nook, 107 East 4th. Phone 2228 or 4975. Mitchell. S. Dak. LADY for general kitchen work and hlp with cooking. Small coffee shop. Walt & Mary's Tip Top Coffee 8hop, 11 07 '.'a So. Minn. Ave. EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. 3 p. m. to 11 p. m. Orpheum Grill. WAITRESS wanted: Flame Room, 305 N. Phillips. Apply in person after 9 p.m. STAFF nurses wanted at the Yankton State Hospital. Apply at the Director of Personnels Office at the Yankton State Hospitai. SHORT order waitress. Harold's Coffee Bar. 2510 South Minnesota. Men-Women Wanted 48 THunicifiaL QrwJiL Four persons appeared on charges of driving trucks with insufficient compensation plates or lack of com pensation. James Gill, Yankton, was fined $150 and costs for improper compensation with $75 of his fine sus pended on condition that proper compensation plates be obtained. George Paa, 920 N. Dakota Ave., was charged with having no compensation plates and with driving without a proper license. He was represented by R. G. May. He was fined $150 and costs with $125 of the fine suspended on his truck being properly compensated. Wayne Arbogast, Watertown, was fined $150 and costs for on compensation and $195 for driving an overloaded truck. Judge Walter Conway suspended $125 of the first fine on condition that the truck be com pensated. E. T. Anderson, Dell Rapids, was fined $100 and costs for no compensation. His fine was suspended on his correction of the matter. Paul Hegdahl, Madison, forfeited a $25 bond by not appearing on a charge of public intoxication. Brewster De Vault, Seville Apartments, was fined $15 on a similar charge. Ronald Peterson, 1226 N. Summit Ave., changed his plea from not guilty to guilty in a public intoxication complaint. He was fined $25. Glenn Anderson, 2312 S. Euclid Ave., was fined $15 for speeding. Overtime parking fines of $3 each were drawn by Loren Andrew, 1311 E. Bennett St.; Edward Fine, 117 S. Lyndale Ave.; Kenneth Merritt, 802 N. Prairie Ave.; Alvin Lucht, 1220 N. Main Ave.; R. W. Gage, 100 S. Wayland Ave.; Edward Loesch, 3116 S. Western Ave.; Catherine Bosch, 121 N. Phillips Ave., and Lawrence O. Gunderson, 216 N. Grange Ave. Donald Hugh. 634 N. Prairie Ave., was fined $3 for dou ble parking. MAN IS THROWN FROM AUTO IN POLICE CHASE M. l i a man mrown out oi a car during a wild chase by a police patrol car was taken to Sioux Val ley Hospital Thursday night with a minor injury. Driver of the car being chased appeared in Mu nicipal Court this morning. He was Robert G. BoekhofT, Rt 3. The injured man, Paul Johnson, Cleghorn, la., suffered an abrasion on his shoulder and was released after being treated at the hospital. Police patrolmen reported that At a . . m - mey signiea ine uoeKnorr car traveling east at a noticeable rate of speed on W. 12th Street. They said that the car had a red flag and a red lantern stuck into the front grill. BoekhofT then turned south on Willow Ave., according to the officers, and sped to 14th Street with his lights off. It is believed that Johnson was thrown from the car when Boekhoff turned off Willow Avenue at 14th Street. Boekhoff finally stopped at 14th Street and Hawthorne Avenue, where he was arrested on a charge of reckless driving. He still had the red flag but had lost the lantern. Two girls were in the car. Police said that Boekhoff told them he took the flag and lantern from a Gas Co. repair job on W. 24th Street. Boekhoff was fined $75 and given a 30-day jail sentence with the jail term suspended on condition that he turn his license plates over to the clerk of court and not drive or ride with anyone under the age oi 25 for 80 days. CSerkStenograplher Clerk-TypSst if Notice io hereby given that open competitive examinations for the above positions will be given in the near future to residents of Sioux Falls who Qualify. Application forms and full information may be had at the office of the Civil Service Board. Municipal Buiidlnz, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. A decree by Judge Roy D. Burns awards Jane Hendrickson a divorce from George Hendrickson on grounds of mental and physical cruelty and intemperance and gives her custoday of a son, $25 monthly child support, $150 attorney fees and household goods. The couple was married ' here Jan. 10, 1948. Wesley G. Ilirsch represented the plaintiff. Madeline East has been awarded a divorce from Ernest Ray East in a decree by Judge John T. Medin, signed on grounds of mental cruetly and neglect, which gives her custody of two children and the home north of Sioux Falls. The court reserved the right to require East to pay alimony and child support at a later date. The couple was married at Luverne, Minn., Feb. 16, 1924. G. J. Danforth represented Mrs. East. An inheritance tax report and inventory sets the estate of the late Gerrit Reurink, Colton, who died Aug. 7, 1946, at $15,200, including lots at Colton valued at $4,300 and $10,900 in bonds. Surviving are the widow and eight children. MARRIAGE LICENSES Wayne Carlson Frances Wood Michael B. Donley , .. Elk Point Lorraine Stringer Sioux FaUa Sioux Falls Sioux Falls British Magazine Reports American Women Cannibals London, July 25 JP Britain's biggest picture magazine told its readers today that American women "have a terrible reputation for cannibalism they eat their men." The discourse on the U.S. female was by way of explanation of London's new American ballet, "The Cage," a story of mating insects which ends with the female eating her mate. The mass-circulation weekly Picture Post called it all degrading and nasty and said it was just a good picture of the way American women treat their men. "They eat them up until virtually nothing is left but the in- evitable gastric ulcer and a series ' of figures in blood red on a debilitated bank statement form," the magazine explained. "At this punctuation mark in the digestive process the women of America are said to hand out the coup de grace (Reno style) and set off earnestly in search of a new and fatter victim. - "Simple old fashioned Europeans might have thought that this was a way of carrying on that had better not be given too much publicity. "But the New York City ballet, this season's invaders of the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, have no Inhibitions about portraying their country's national domestic sport.' Quick Vote Count Done With Mirrors New York, July 25 It's done with mirrors and cash registers the quick cumulative totals of convention votes flashed on television screens by the National Broadcast ing Co. Tally clerks add up the votes the same way a grocery clerk adds ud the bill. . Mirrors placed left and right at a 45-degree angle in front of the cash registers reflect the totals to another mirror, from which the readings are picked up by the tele vision camera and superimposed on me convention scene. SC, YOU .THINK THI 1 A MOT 17' ONLY ?? IN -WE'RE HAVJN3 M1LP SUMMER if m J THE SHAPE. U A VERY t, y 1 rt'r tr if . w . 4 Ms Hrmttcatt Cat I ..V A,lP 'mm. f ONE PAY L AST S-UMME S rr cot so wot weee,tue . MERCURY SHOT UP TUE.0UCH THE TU5E ANE? KNOCK EP A &PARR0W0FF OF A TEUFWNE aw.. 1 S ' - I I1L NEVER FORGET THE PAY TUE LAKE BOIUP OVER. . FOR TWO WEEKS AFTER, ALL THE FISH WE CAUOHT WERE ALREAPY COOKEP. SHUT UP, PUSH-FACE YOU'RE 6IVIN3 M A CUIU.. 4M YOU'RE COMINO ALONG SWELL, fT SEEMS TO Mb. OSClMf' WE'RE POtNG ALL RIGHT. 1 Yl COULD HAVE ALL I OMCE'T ), WHO PONT G(T TOUGH V HEY, J06-.GET THIS .. Y;i 1 V FLOOR JOISTS RXEP BYA I tN BY MESELF IM ONE SHACK-.YA WU J m . t -syfrl --i TwnRRnW.-Tnr-il I DAV YOU fillV WAATP I KWDW HOW ? 4 I I CS ) V S 1 u& B: M WOZK. V5 ARB HALF I CVt&B TH&fA.. .LET W 'JwrAun umjtziSt c,,uTcn 1 v v"l t loo i$ MosrEyov&iv&' tks ehzmymvst) m IP 1 5H . TOOT? AREN'T yOU V0RR1ED ABOUT R WHAT TH'CDMAISS10NER WILL SAY WHEN LARRY MAKES HtS REPORT"? RAW, PAW- J f AT ALL 7 n tfil ME AN"'H!MS BUDDIES-HE ' KNOWS IM TH' BEST PLAYER a TELEPHONE; V IN NEITHER LEAGUE .WHX- M FOR YOU I WITHOUT ME TH' GAMES J TOOTSIE FOLD UP IN A EK-Ev r THIS IS THE CDWIMJSSIONER'S V 4.: OFFICE , MR. ROCKET THE L . COMMISSIONER ASKBD THAT f ft If C ft . YOU BE IMMEDIATELY" ri U , SUSPENDED UNTIL . 1 -r,- M lvf ) (RELAX KIR ITS IN THE BAG VOU'LL KNOCK THEM LT m ALEXANDER: WHY CANT YOU ASSOCIATE WITH MORE CULTUPEP BOYS? POP J y2 r y mi I . VJ QUIET-I WONT HAVE OU ) PUNNING APOUND WITH TT POUGH NECKS- JTVFrRPDT WHO WAS THAT rN-. I (vHlrRV BIG BRUISER. J OTV HES PLAYING BACH'S VIOLIN CONCERTO IN D.MfMOD at tup crurmi U ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT HESSCAREO.STIFF nr 5 rJX VES, AH DO NEED A ) 1fOJ I HELPER BAD.'' I he,.Sfelf DREAM O'HIRIN' J ti ll I JHfcMMlftMWWW VO' IS A CRESCENT 1 v coTre'-A big sHOT.r ) YO' IS TOO HIGH UP V WORK FO'A LOW TT SLODUKEMEjJ?; A tmlT. ABMER TRIES AGAJM HAIMT VO' ASHAMED ? VYO-A PROFESHUNAU CR21SCCNT-CUTTER AXIN'JTO'A MI2ZUBLE, V OOl3 U KE TH IS.. '7 HO!.r-AH WONT LET YO' HU M BIX YORESELF.r AH WONTGIVENO' NO OOB-BUTAH'D C ,r. ? SHORE LIKE TO HAVtw YORE AUTOGRAPH.'' 7 OH,&OV.r -ACRLSCLNT if V -CUTTE1R-S WSWi TWO grade school teachers wanted. Inquire Telephone Office. Crooki. a. P. WANTED at Rock Valley. Ia., a 6th grade teacher. Apply to Supt. E. R. H a as ENGLISH teacher and primary teacher wanted at Corsica. b.l. Appiy io euper lntendent O. W. Dickson. Summer ad dress Is 217 Willow St.. Vermillion. S.D. WANTED: High School Math teacher with vocal music preferred. Call SuDt, Henry Tschetter. Jasper, Minn., collect. ENGLISH teacner wantea with deciam or music or both. Salary open. Apply to D.C. Hulslnga, Supt., Artesian. SJJ. After July 28th TEACHER at Alvord, Ia. Vocal mucls and high school subjects. Send application to Supt. Donald Dell. and to teach English. Salary open. Apply to Supt. Fred A. Johnson. Fedora, S.D. WANTED Teacher to teach the fourth grada In Armour. S.D Public School. Write John L. KldwelL Supt, or JK. H. Berry. Clerk. TEACHERS wanted at Salem: 1) First Grade and Grade Vocal Music: (2) Fourth and Fifth Orade: 3 Sixth. Seventh and Eighth Orade Departmental with another teacher: High School EngliJh and Vocal Music. Ideal location and bus con nections. Salary open and according to qualifications. Applv to Supt. Henry W. Marten, Salem, south Dakota. MAKE WORK EASIER! I it SCORE PERISH IN FLOOD IN TURKEY Istanbul, Turkey. Julv 25 jjpu- ai lease persons were drowned and scores injured in a flood which swept the valley or the Kizil Irmak river following a recent heavy rain, it was reported here today. The waters inundated villages lying on the hanks of the river and heavily damaged grain crops. The Klzil Irmak, which flows Into the Black Sea, drains a large basin north of Ankara, the Turkish capital. Stars never appear In the crescent of the moon. A help on the job Don't let hour dr8. Cho. WriSV.Sprnint .Gum. nice Uvuc enioy.whar you're doina An!.. I . "MEMGIJEY S CwfcWING QUlS Gives you Verier. .DeHciof .AC377 Heyl) CI - to. v V.'hat vouteSasdotrr " rffshing. T 'B Bfl rVrfr SJTt 1 Ltbtw rFa 0Toccasn3,siigatrx5? qincksands, H VVeVe vacationers I ccnrx?d(?5,bbck nxlowsS campcxj in Chuck . When? you from? J t3oorncr dtiock. J f .WAKE UP, I WILLI I HAVE TO GET IO THE PAK1K, BEFORE IT, CtOSfcS. - J wzrxi-,' ' ll D iTjT., 1 'WW, SD4AT0K SW0RTL! SURPRISED THAT YOU'RE I SEEN HAKC?SOWE 1 I SHOULDN'T TALK tM5 CJFAGOC5OESS--SJEALO0S OP HANDSOME, MUGS IN TVT 'ZOO J ( LIKE? THAT- HAtR LIKE AGOLDtlTALENTEP NJPHEV' y fn-V MIPN&Y OOI3Lt SUNSET CLASSIC . IS -wT f-A ALMOST BE FEATURES OP A. tfZ7T ' I X"TW'.prrnN' VENUS DEMILO M V C ft V' . 5V- IMAGE OP NUTS sL-V'JtN U J? f t2JyO0 lyYA rM'iK mTi r-DCCEPT FOR TM4 FACT THAT H5 MAS NO GRAY HAIR- HAS- NO SkNO OP LiALCNESS , -ANOlil FICTECN YEARS j

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