Dayton Daily News from Dayton, Ohio on January 5, 1976 · 27
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4r I: CALL tUSSIFIED !223- 11515 lORSALEt Louisiana Territory: Good farmland, rivm,etc.Riptfbr development. 4PERACRE raet;N.Bonaparte PAJUStFRANCS - Nipoteoa fflut Vivt steictt tit meaty. Bid. Btaweimtrt $1$ mitliot bosgkt M Lmmui. Arkuui. ' Missoeri. lewi. Noftk tad Sovtk Dakota. Nckiiki.Kiiiui.OkU-Vmi.MoUM.mojtoC MwMwiisndptrtsof Wyoming 4 Colofido. ... AaJAmerictM K' eke j ia lo lay it tit. ifoogk lit pwikest of a Uaiitl Sutet i o! 6 (Cftidcatel. : So yoa set. liking stock ia America paid off tack thta. At it ci (or yoa bow. " Jt joia ike Payroll Siviagt PUa lere yoa vork. Tkert i ao euier. stier iy to latomtticatly btild par avian. Or lay Boadskcn yoa Uak. " U.S.SiviaisBoad's. Tkeyll kelp yoa avoid ay Waterloo. . S f . Htm-! V kM M Mittlvrf xiti '.'V It. H4 will, tail. Mt. liMrat4 lM4(t k nfkll4 l4tl fl k 4ttim4 nil! ti4t Classified Call 223-1515 01 DEATH NOTICES CLARK, Mrs. Mary K., age 76, of 403 Hunter Ave., died Thursday at home. She was a native of Maria Stein, Ohio. Sur vived by husband, Oscar; 4 daughters, Mrs Charles (Millie) Cboins, of Dayton, Mrs. Robert (Betty) Storck, Mrs Walter (Doris) Pearson, both of Tipp City, and Mrs. Ronald (Margie) Reynolds, of Dayton; sons, Lavern Lochtefeld of Ft.. Loramie, Ted Lochtefeld and James Lochtefeld. both of Day ton; 6 sisters; 23 grand children and 7 great grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial 9:00 a.m. Monday at Our Lady of the Rosary Church. Interment Cal vary Cemetery. Friends may call at the Guy Magetti Funeral Home, 1508 Valley St., Sunday 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. LAMONS, Mrs. Katherine, age 61, of 2017 Malvern Ave., Saturday, Survived by husband, Jerome, I daughter, Mrs. Marie Hounshell of Dayton, 3 brothers, Joseph Gregory of Dayton, Jake and Andrew Gregory of Johnson City, Tenn., 4 grandchildren. Funeral Service Wednesday 1:30 P.M. Bradford and Con nelly Funeral Home, 1849 Salem Ave Rev, Fred McComb officiating. Interment Me mortal Park Cemetery, Friends may call Tuesday 6 to 9 P.M. at the Funeral Home. JOKEL, John M., age 76, of 104 E. Third St., passed away Sunday at Good Samaritan Hospital Mr. Jokel was a retired employee of Reynolds & Reynolds Survivors include J sisters, Mrs. Kathryn Moran, of Dayton, and Mr I. Anna Tambor, of Pa.; several nieces and nephews of Pa. Mass of Christian Burial 3:00 p.m. Tuesday at Sacred Heart Church. Emtomb- ment to follow at Wood land Mausoleum. There will be no visitation. Ar idOyuntKheamekcMteo. rangements by Hoyne 01 DEATH NOTICES DAVIS, Donald E., age 5Z, of 96 E. Third St., W.Alexandria, died Saturday at his residence. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Davis of Eaton; 1 sister, Mrs. Dorothy Emerick of lewisburg. Private funeral services for the family only Tuesday 10:30 a.m. Zimmerman Funeral Home, W.Alexandria. Rev. Fred Hill officiating. Burial Mound Hill Union Cemetery, Eaton, OH. There will be no visitation. CORNTHWAITE, Lee G, age 76, of 5647 Nicolat Lane, Washington Twp., passed away Sunday at his residence. He is survived by his wife, Alma M. (Lena); 1 sister, Mrs. Mildred Ziegler of Hamilton, Ohio; 3 broth ers, Wilbur Cornthwaite, Trenton, Ohio, George Cornthwaite of Seven Mile, Ohio, Glen Cornthwaite of Oxford, Ohio; several nieces and nephews. He was member of Hope Lutheran Church, Miami Valley Lodge No. 660 F&AM and Scottish Rite Valley of Dayton. He was a retired Captain of the Dayton Fire Department and Bethany Lutheran Village Funeral Services 2PM Wednesday at the Tobias Funeral Home, 648 Wa tervliet Av., Pastor Wil liam Schmidt officiating Interment David Ceme tery. Friends may call .3 5 and 7-9PM Tuesday at the Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers gifts may be made to the Memonal Fund of Hope Lutheran Church. MASTERS, Jeanette L., age 58, of 50 E. Second St., W.Alexandria, died Sunday at Grandview Hospital. She is survived by her husband Robert; 2 sons, James Masters of Toms River, N.J., Patrick Masters of Brookville; 1 daughter, Kay Laurens of MIddletown; mother, Lena Medlock of Bed ford, Ind.; 3 sisters, Wyr- tus Christopher of Troy, Betty Perry, Barbara Medley both of Bedford, Ind.; 2 brothers, Ott Medlock, Walter Med. lock both of Bedford, Ind.; 6 grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral serv. ices Wednesday 2 p.m. at the First Brethren Church, W. Alexandria. Rev. Herbert Gilmer of ficiating. Burial Sugar Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the Zimmer man Funeral Home, Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. and at the church after 1 p.m. Wednesday. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the First Brethren Church, W.Alexandria. MOUNT, Clifford O., age 89, of 11205 Fourth St., East, Treasure Island, Fla., formerly of Dayton, died Friday, January 2, at St. Petersburg, Fla. When retiring in 1962 irora me rngiuairc . IL. P.l.lJ.t.. Corp., he was supervisor of commercial photogra phy. He Is survived by his wife, Delia; 1 step daughter, Mrs. Woodrow W. (Evelyn) Pratt, Cary, N.C.; a nephew, Robert A. Sander, Seminole, Fla.; a niece, Mrs. Darrell (Elnora) Davis, Sidney, O.; a cousin, Donald E. Mount, San Jose, Calif.; 5 grandchildren; 6 great grandchildren. He was a 50 year member of Con- servancy Lodge No. 661 F&AM, Scottish Rite Valley of Dayton, and Antioch Shrine. Services 10:00 a.m. Thursday at the R. L. Ullmer & Son Kettering Chapel, 4100 Benfield Dr. (near E. Stroop & Marshall Rd.), Dr. Harvey C. Hahn officiating. Burial Willow- view Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7-9 p.m. Wednesday at the Chapel: Scottish Rite Ring Service will be con ducted prior to the Serv ices. It is requested by the family, if desired, contributions may be made to the Azalea Baptist Church, 7900 22nd Ave., North, St. Peters burg, Fla. 33710, in Mr. Mount s memory. SHAW, Herschel N. age 84 of 8522 Otis Av. Tampa, Fla. and a former resi dent of Germantown, passed away Friday Jan. 2nd In Tampa. He is sur vived by his wife Fay, 3 daughters Mrs. Jack (Dorothy) Miller of Ger mantown, Mrs. Manuel (June) Nales of Dayton, Mrs. Paul (Virginia) Fisher of Dayton, 11 erandchlldren, 12 great srandchildren. Funeral services Wednesday 11 AM at the John A. Arpp Funeral Home with the Rev. Gene Holllnger officiating.. Burial Fairvlew Cemetery. Gratis, u. Visitation Tuesday 6 to 9 PM at the funeral home If desired Memorial gifts may be made to your 01 DEATH NOTICES BOND, Mrs. Catherine C, age 76 of 22 Burns Av., died Friday. Survived by 2 sisters, Mrs. Elva Jane Huchison, Columbus, Mrs. Zelma Bowermas-ter, Washington Courthouse, 2 brothers, Charles and Dan Hilder-brand, Xenia. Services 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Rout-song. Funeral Home, 6 Oadkwood at Irving Av. Dr. Harvey Hahn officiating. Burial Woodland Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Monday. CASHDOLLAR, Edward A., age 70, a Kettering resident, passed away Saturday at Kettering Memorial Hospital. He is survived by his wife Jeanne, 2 sons and daughters-in-law, John and Norman Cashdollar and their wives Patricia and Rosemary, Ketter ing, 2 sisters, Mrs. Mar cella Watz, and Mrs Dorothy Peil, both of De troit, Mich., 11 grand cnnaren. He retired in 1966 after 37 years from the Frigidaire Corp. where he served as plant superintendent. He was a member of the Foreman's Club and a member of the Elk's Lodge No. 1854. Funeral serv ices 2:00 p.m. Monday from the Tobias Funeral Home, 648 Watervliet Av., Chaplain Albert Brendel officiating Interment Glen Haven Memorial Gardens Friends may call at the time of service Monday, DODDS, David G. age 74 passed away at Miami Valley Hospital Satur day. Survived by his wife, Corynne; 1 son, John David; daughter-in law, Helen; 2 grandchil dren, Vickie and David Dodds all of Dayton; sister, Thelma Wigman, Grove City, Pa. He was retired, formerly a main' tenance electrician for Elder-Beerman and Miami Valley Hospital Funeral services 2:30 p.m. Wednesday Carri- gan Funeral Home, 2201 N. Main St. with Rev. James L. Dane wood offi elating. Interment Me morial Park Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday 5-8 p.m. ; ELZEY, Mrs. Louella, age 58 of 2550 Nicholas Rd.. died Saturday at St. Elizabeth Medical Cen ter. Survived by her hus band Howard, 3 brothers; Richard Hughes of Arizona, Leonard Hughes of California, Charles Hughes of Day ton and 6 stepchildren. Services 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Weaver Funeral Home 1029 N. Main St. Rev. John P. Lewis offici ating. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday. ......n.. m I , . mmmlu Miiiara u., age 65, of 1223 Holly Hill Dr., Miamlsburg, passed away Sunday A.M. at Miami Valley Hospital He is survived by his wife Alice, 1 son, Harold of Dayton, 1 daughter, Mrs. T. C. (Ginger) Smith of Dayton, 3 grandchildren. He was a retired employee of DP&L and a member of the Trinity United Church of Christ. Serv ices will be held Wednesday at 2 P.M. at the Gebhart & Schmidt Funeral Home, Miamis burg, Rev. John Clausing officiating. Interment Woodland Cemetery Friends may call at the Funeral Home Tuesday from 5 to 8 P.M. MILLER, Bonnie Duck wall, agf 85, of 362 Clin ton St., Clayton, died Saturday at her resi dence after a sudden ill ness. Retired school teacher, she taught in the Brookville School System 25 years. Member of the Community United Methodist Church, Brookville. She was a Chapter Mother of Brookville O.E.S. No 526. Preceded in death by her husband, Seba H. Miller, November 5, 1972. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Doris Gunckle and Mrs. Shir ley Ward, of Brookville; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Gwen Kennedy, of Glen dale, Calif.; 3 grandchil dren, Dr. Dennis Ward, Mllford, O., Diane Ward, Brookville, and Mrs Marty Tanner, of Day. ton; a great-grandson, Stephen Ward, Mllford, O.; a sister, Mrs. Gladys Smith, Dayton. Funeral services 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Gil bert Funeral Home, Dun- kel Chapel, Brookville, Rev. John K. Petrie officiating. Interment Parish Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Tues day. O.E.S. service 7:30 01 DEATH NOTICES S CARTER, Marion A., age 61, of 445 E. 88th St., Chicago, died Wednes day. He was a native of Chicago, but resided in Dayton 29 years. He was a retired Contract Compliance Officer from DSA in Chicago and was previously employed "at WPAFB as The Assistant Equal Employment Opportunity Officer. He was a veteran of World War II. He is National Vice President of the 761st Tank Battalion and Allied Veterans Assoc. and the Regulars Social Club in Chicago, He is survived by his devoted wife, Lucille, son, D Ar-mond, daughter, Gwendolyn, very devoted stepson, Michael Williams, sister, Gwendolyn McClenney and a host of relatives and friends in Dayton and Chicago Funeral services Tuesday i r. .i it,. nu,t F.iu. fiic '0 I Providence Baptist rhnrrh rhiraon UtLN, William Jerry, age 45 nf lfil rn ehrAnlr Tlr Vandalia passed away Friday at his residence. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Lula Cornwall Deen, 3 sisters, Mrs. Ina Corrin of Dayton, Mrs. Duane E. Drake (Nellie) of Alliance, O. I vi av svi v ua, wa avi , and Mrs. Edith Cox of Dayton and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Mr. Deen was a member of The Church of Christ, Vandalia and Assistant Manager with the Lenz Co. Services 1:30 Tues day at the Carrigan Funeral Home, 2201 N. Main St. With Rev. Ar thur Wilson officiating. Burial Willowview cemetery, friends may call at the funeral home Monday 6-9 p.m. FOLZ, Raymond F ., age 801 of 3207 Trov St.. died Saturday. He was retired owner of Bower s Green house. His wife Hazel preceded him in death in 1973. Survived by his daughter, Mrs. Howard (Eileen) Korns, 1 sister, Mrs. Helen Meyers, 2 brothers, Leonard Folz and Wilbur Folz. 2 grandchildren, Ray Korns and Mrs. Susan Holzen. Funeral services Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. . . ai me wcaiuruir. Funeral Home, I 7 1 2 Uavno Aw anrl at Ifl-Oft J , . . a.m. in iiiiinu.uiuic vaiii- rentinn rhnrrh. Rur i Woodland Cemetery. menus nidv can bi uici I. M . . t. -1 funeral home 1 uesaayi from 3-8 p.m. PACK, Frank age 62 of 7535 Peters Rd. in Butler Twp. died suddenly of a Heart attack near Clover S. C. while en route to Florida early Saturday morning. He was a re tired employee of the McCall'8 Corp. Service 28 years as a pressman He was a WWII veteran Survivors are his wife Lucille (GulletteX three daughters Mrs. Ray (Sue) Campbell of Dayton, Mrs. Russell (Pau lette) Rue of Vandalia. Lisa Jane Pack at home. A son Gregory Pack of Dayton. Four grandchil dren Rajean Campbell, Brian Pack, Marcus Phil lips and Angela Pack. A cousin 01 in Warren of Jefferson City, Tenn Funeral Services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. from the Morton Funeral Home in Vanda lia. Burial will be in Me morial Park Cemetery Visitation at the Funeral Home Monday evening from 6 to 9 p.m. YEAZELL, Mrs. Jean M age 51, of Sacramento, Calif., died Friday December 26 in Cali.f. Survived by her hus band, Russell; mother, Mrs. Edna Branham; 2 sons, David Foster and Jim Davis; 2 sisters, Mrs. Jane Erwin of Day ton; Mrs. Sue Collins of Athens, OH: 4 brothers, Everett Branham of Jackson Center, OH, Charles and Thomas Branham of Sacramento, John Branham of Day ton. Services 11 AM Tuesday Morris Sons Funeral Home, 1809 E. Third St. Burial Willow View Cemetery. Visita tion Monday 5-8 PM at the funeral home. Announcements m o 02 IN MEMORIAM IN LOVING MfcMORY OF Mrs Thelma Moore, who passed away Jan Sth. im. We often think ol those happy days When we wart all to gether, Your loving smile and cheerful 11 wnvs will love In our heerls torever. 09 ANNOUNCEMENTS A MOVING Van leaving wktv. lor Florid, 1 piece or entire household. Sim any -point south. Wkiy. trips to Cahf. & eny point west. Return loads. Save money. Licensed, free est. 276-3855 or 276-4751 Cell Anytime THE SHEET MUSIC SHOPPE has moved to 4390 Forest Perk MaH Our specially H) sheet music tor every occasion lor every instrument. Open Mon.-Fri. II lo t. Wed. i to I; Sal. 10 lo 5, Closed Sun. Ph. J74-5070 10 LOST AND FOUND BROWN Male German Shepherd lost Smithville-Huftman area. 754-9606. CREAM Colored, oil white, lemale dog, aoprox. I yr. Very friendly, found N. 201-Brandt Pike Tues. Call Tom 236-0390. LADY'S EYEGLASSES-Drown case, downtown area, reward; 296-043? LOST COLLIE, large male. Greenmonl Village area. 256-1941 LOST Cornell Heights lemale black i, lan German Shepherd, black collar, 1976 license. 275-2571 LOST DEC. 26 lady's Wittenuer walch. goia with silver leaves, black cord uqnq, rcwarq OJQ-OIJO. LOST, large male yellow cat, near Miracle Lane; 225-4067, 277-6175 LOST LONG HAIR MINIATURE COLLIE, brown and while, lost in I Grandview Hospital area. Answers to I Alex, reward. 27H-3891. LOST male Cal. white, oranoe ring I ten, iroiwood, reward toi-lbV) LOST Wale German Shepherd. Valley Hershman area.blk a tan, right front leo oanoaaeo.reward 233-090? LOST Miniature light brown Poodle. long tail, Englewood Hills area Thurs day 836-3458 Reward LOST near 25lh and Halhrone, DEN- TUReS, REWARD, Call I-776 - 587S. Lost, Sable & while Collie, Beaver-creek , "Tammy", reward, 426-6375 LOST, Siberian Husky, Salem Village area, appro 22" high at shoulders, blk & white lace with lull blk mask around eves, blk 8, gray back a sides, chest & legs white, dog license 2?405. Re-ward Please call 277-0418 LOST, small while Pekingese, Pagel',- Manor area. Reward. 253-4921 lwi wampier Ay, 1176, 3 mos mined breed male puppv, 10" tall, light brown, white paws, choke chain collar ijqmii urn or iinm. I 0iT 14 wr nlrf Rrnwn L whiu CW. der Collie, lost Airway Shopping area. 'ewaro, ai-nn LOST 2 Black lemale shepherds chained together. I is blk. with silver tone while, wearing silver choke collar with name and ph. no. on tag. Answers lo Candy, very sick dog t very thin. Delaware area 2SB-I70I. - 11 PERSONAL AND SPECIAL GREETINGS ARORTIOiM ABORTION AVAILABLE IN DAYTON Immediate confideniiel arrangements in your own city. Beware of question able oul-ol-lown medical cart. Dayton Women s Health Cenler. 296-1306 ' ABORTION ALTERNATIVES Wei can help. Free BIRTHRIGHT. 223-3446 ' ABORTION The Finest Medical Care Available Tell Free A.M..9 P.M. 1-800-438-3710 ABORTION 1-21 week pregnancy. Terminated by rented nhvwian immediate errann- ments will be made Hospitalization Kcro' rv "c",0: 24 hr. 1-800-362-1205 ALL CUSTOM made draperies. LABOR FREE sale on now Free Est Also Slipcovers Call Limbers, 278-0644 ALL KINDS TYPING CALL 277-571 EVES. ATTENTION Oevton-Feirborn-Xenia-New Carlisle- Springfield Residents We now have five Music at Smilev's. 330 E. Oavlon Or. Feirbom. Wed-Sun. PM. NOW APPEARING UKIAH - JAN 7. 1976- HOT ICE PROPER DRESS. PLEASE. ATTENTION E A Force Personnel anyone connected wQither eny related Air Force Proiect known as Blue Book. Please call Dave 435-3057 ATTENTION! Will cart lor semi-in valid lady in my home nut room I it Privileges.MusI be ambulatory. 213 " J cake decor cs . - AFr.lNKIINf. AAnrnina Cmkm fWirl.M Classes can now 434-7730 Bellv Donee Classes Combined with dancercises to make a belter tookma, better feetino you I Lessons J20. Dance OaVsnlrt, 435- 0824,164-7341. BELLY Dance Classes & complete supplies SCHEHERA 276-4245. BELLY DANCING LESSONS First Lesson FREE! Call 433-1964 BOOPSIE HAPPY BIRTHDAY THE PHANTOM SPANISH FRENCH GERMAN POETRY JOURNALISM T V. Writino, Pulling a magaiine to gether. Markets, Science Fiction. Al' 1 Classes for children and adults Certi fied Teachers. Daily Registration from 9 a m. 2 P m. and 6 8 p m. Call belore coming. 5743 Webster. Dayton School of Court Reporting. 866-3398 OHIO T.N.-5I9. BUYING FURNITURE, Odds t En I HARD CASH PAID 277-6147 COUNTRY band iusl forming needs! male singer 18-mid 30s. 299-0619 EXCHANGE SKILLS Trade hours of your professional lalenl or labor for other skills you need. Gill almost any iob done at no labor cost. What protessional help do you need? What skill can you offer in enchange? For information 10 em-? pm TIME SHARING ASSOCS , 29 -0I FUN DATING CLUB 228-2434 For Recorded Message GUIDE Service for Iroohy bass fishing near Wall Disney World in Orlando, Fla area 426-4476, 1-376-3693 LEARN Machine Shorthand. Dayton School of Court Reporting- T.N.-5H Call 866-3398. LOST HOPE, need help and prayer? C all the Listening Post 278-0733 MEET Singles, wrile Village Publica tions, PO Box 325, W. Villon, O 45383 MOOD RINGS Fanlaslic Fund Raising item lor your Club or organiialran 277-0061 NEED ride to SI. Petersburg, Fin., leaving Jan.l6,share epenses 254-1808 OLD Fashion coffee 10c pot, Interna tional House of Pancakes-Dayton Mall PROFESSIONAL Wig slvllng in my home, call anytime. 43S-3864 i 148 With S. f. tit lorm Irom principal will dive teenager a 16 hour course In driver's education, olhers slightly higher. For a limited lime only. DID Driving School 278-M81 SlOnrtleVfwttan. legulwhojramoWers please cal fat appointment 224-1973 febfood alliance 165 Helena Street FII1D MT YOU THE EASY YIAY 11 PERSONAL AND SPECIAL GREETINGS RECORDING ARTISTS Major record producers will be m this area lo audilion talent for possible recording. For an appt.. call Ms. Lee. American Mutual Recording Co., Cincinnati, O. 513-621-6233. THE PARTIES who are making threats on Mildred G. Kidd's life, will always be able to find her al home or at the Grocery waiting lor you to kill me. 2 BDRM. Apt. in eichanoe lor cleaning ottice; send resume to Bon 6189. Day ton Newspapers inc., 4th & Ludlow Dayion, Q 454C2 Jobs and Instruction 13 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES A CAREER with Sarah Conventry Fantastic. Free Kit. No Delivery. Cal Z56-4Jf9, 293-3526. ACCEPTING Applications lor a career with Sarah Coventry Now 798-2038 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK. 1450 550 month HAHN & ASSOCIATES. Ill W. First St. 223-8130.' A Licensed Em plovmenl Agency. ACT NOW-Sell Sarah Conventry. Kit tumfthed. 254-6673, 277-7332. AD AGENCY seeks Secretary with background in media placement and A-V Production. Send resume to Box 6277 Dayto.-t Newspapers Inc., 45 Ludlow St. Davton.O, 45402 APPLY NOW! Immediate needs lor: TYPISTS (Mm. 60 worn) SECRETARIES (With or without SH) t 10 KEY ADDERS KEYPUNCH OPRS Earn new higher rates. NO FEES' Work when and where YOU want CROWN TEMPORARIES 1000 3rd Natl Bldo 223-1010 APT. Caretaker Maintenance. Reiired Van t wife only, sober, no pets. 2 bdrm unlurmshed 4- 150 mo. 293-0313 APT. MANAGER Couple, husband may hold lull time position elsewhere. No children. Salary aot. Apply 44 s.Ludlow, 10th tloor ASSISTANT CONTROLLER Send complete resume including Aea demtc, employment and salary hislory Our employees are aware of this ad Position to be tilled immediately Please address your resume lo Treasurer, Controller, Bon Bo 62091 Davton Newspapers Inc , 45 S. Ludlow' St., Dayton, Ohio 45401. ASSISTANT MANAGER Need 3 assistant managers to help hi i train sales people. 112,000-115,000 tirst year potential. For interview Phone 293-3191 JP VANDESHORST8, ASSOC AT ONCE HELP 1900 MONTHLY ' Established company opening new lice in Dayton Positions available salesinsulationbusiness. Many fringe benelils. Call Mr. Winlers 254-8461, IC to s 'or imerview. ATTENTION! $140 to $210 Der wlc No experience required, must be sharp, willing to work with people, ca lollow close supervision. For informa lion call: 298-9092. Monday and Tues day 10-3. AVON CHRISTMAS IS OVER BUT the bills are just beginning. So earn extra money as an Avon Representa-live. Sell quality products, wort a flex, ible schedule and meet new people in your community, too. $5-$ 1 0 charge for order taking privileges. Call: 276-5715 I BABYsmtK needed, live-in, more lor home than wages. Someone with small child acceptable. 258-2515 BABYSITTER, 2 small children 2 old 1 4 moV old in my home, 276-3133 BARMAID. Days, 26 hrs weekly Apply m person. Loop, 551 Satem BARMAID (Eiperienced) COCKTAIL WAITRESS . (Some Experienced Helpful! THE First Class Restaurant and Lounge. Dependable and neat in ap pearance is required. For appointment call aller 12 30 D m 866-2266. FOOD WIT If I in Saga Food Service needs experienced Food Service Managers.' College Degree preferred. Position offers the top benefit pack- ;' age in the industry and competitive salary. Openings in the. Midwest area. Send resume to: , ' iiiy i Mon, Jan. 5, 197S Dayton Daily Newa i Shop the Want Ad columns in thrt paper every day to find valua buys In aood) used apptiancat. Or if what you want it to find a cash buyer for appliance you own but no longer need and use, depend on a low-cost ad in Classified for quick response. 13 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES BARMAIDS.DANCERS Top salary, plus bonus. Call Ginny after 6. 253-0211 BARMAID. Thunderbird Lounge, 313 Garland Ay. Fairborn.878-5312 BARMAIO. Toms Tavern, 1511 E. ilth SI. Apply in person evenings. BARMAID-WAITRESS - Kperienced in both, days, good pay and lips, paid vacation. Keyhole Restaurant, 3993 Salem,277-2692 Bar-Waiter-Waitress lor unique, class Cocktail Lounge. Grand Junction-Western Union Station 434-2111 BEAUTICIAN DAYS or EVES. no following 433-9808 guarantee Sis BEAUTIGAN-EKPerienced. good commission, benefits, established salon, Englewood, 836-1920, 836-3910. BEAUTICIAN INSTRUCTOR Part time.Call 224-l4S4,Mr.Yearwood. BEAUTICIAN, Kellering, line salon. pay 60. 298-3914 Mr. Anton. BEAUTICIANS. Excel. Opportunity NEW SALON On 725. 3 miles East of Dayton Mall. Now open. Cell 433-6275, 435-1326 BEAUTICIAN with lollowing. Jack Becker Beauty Salon. 125 N. Ludlow 223-5106 Career Positions We now hove many excellent career openings to be filled today. Below is sampling. PR Trainee Technical Typist Marketing Rep. Personnel Mgr. Management Trainee . MBA Trainees S6-S7.S00 $1I-SI3,000 SI8-S24.0O0 Sl-110,000 JI6-S22.OO0 112-115,000 Jll-113,000 S6-J7.000 $14-118.000 - $10-113,000 Distribution Super. Retail Management Bookkeeper Industrial Sales College Leader . Entertainment Traine Shipping Supervisor . ,. Sales Trainee Military Officers Customer Service 19-113,000 $12-115,000 18-19,000 $12-115,000 M-19500 $9-111,000 $7-18,000 17 18500 $7-18500 Merchandising Trainee . Finance Trainee Exec. Secretary Legal Assistant Supper Club Trainee Lumber Mgr. Trainee $11-115,000 $8-111,000 $12-114,000 112-115,000 Personnel Trainee SaU "trainer Urgent, calf 222-2525. Centre City Offices, IS E. 4th SI., Suite 210. Lie. Emp. Service. 0RP0RATE BUSINESS SYSTEMS LUCRATIVE SALES POSITION We need 4 men mi women. High Commission. An abundance ol leads provided'. The driest noncompetitive product. We require honest, hard working people. No safes experience needed. Car necessary. Attendance at our national horning school provided, for personal interview cat: NIAGARA 296-0405 fr MM n&EATIVE COPYWRITER WITH CREATIVE DIRECTOR OR ADVERTISING MANAGER POTENTIAL A skilled writer who loves simple language that works, but wants to be more involved in the total market planning (or the projects and campaign he works on. Outstanding performance could lead to Creative Director or AdvertisingPromotion Manager's position (or the right individual. You should have several years agency experience, including significant direct response marketing experience. Send your resume ond salary expectations tor. , Box 6009 ' ' Dayton Newspapers Inc. 4$ 5. Ludlow Ooyteii, O. 4S402 MCL CAFETERIA Now interviewing for manager trainees. Recent rt tail or food experience necessary. $185 wk.. to start. Fringe benefits include sick pay, life ond health insurance, pension plan, free meals, etc.' Possible relocation to Indiana. ' . - See Mr. Long after 10 a.m. Monday ' ' ' MCL CAFETERIA Salem Mall 5200 Salem Ave. SERVICE .IMAGERS Mr. Jerry Griewahn 2970 South Ninth Street Kalamazoo, Michigan 49009 . (An equal opportunity employer) CALL 223-1515 TO PLACE YOUR AD For o Classified Soles ' . Representative to coflm pert , PHONE: 223-2031 ) -OutOf"ArM, Ncrtronol & Tsltcopitf Advtrtittrs Phono: 223-2042 or 223-2043 13 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES BEAUTICIAN with following, established salon, good commission. Town a Country area. 299-8151 da vs; 434-2247 eves. BOOKKEEPERACCOUNTANT; J1S0 Wk. SANFORD ROSE ASSOCIATES 2600 FAR HILLS 293-2164 , A Licensed Employment Agency BOOKKEEPERACCT Use your solid 4-5 vrs experience with CPA or public ace'l. fa gel this job. S135S150wk plus excellent Benefits. CROWN SERVICES. WOO 3rd Nail Bids. 223-1010. A lie empf. service. 80REO HOUSEWIVES, lei Sarah Coventry flelo you make new friends. Kit furnished. No colieclingdeflvtrv; 433-9807 or 299-9056 BUS GIRLS Wanted, Neil's Herltegt House, 298-8611. ' - . CAS DRIVERS, full time, paid vacation,' hospitalization, group insurance, Miami Liberty Cab. J22-2824 CARE TAKER, live-irr, .Experience; helpful Light maintenance and decorating, Mature, Married person. No children or pets. 233-5323. OOOft CASHIER :r 1100 Week. Duties are balance cash, do repair orders, light typing, assist an the phone and Profit at end of day, Good benefits. Free parking, : BOOKKEEPER " Good background in accounts pavaWe and receivable and payroll, some knowledge in either keypunch or electronic accounting. May train. Salary. 1140. Good Benelils. Call 222-9541,Winlers Bank Tower, Suite 1370. A Lie Erne Agcy Quasi Search 000000000 CASHIER. $100 wk. lite typing, central location. Call 224-1961 SWELLING 3 t 2nd A Lie Emp Agcy CLAIMS AOJUSTOR TRAINEE. 177S m o. plus car. Call 226-0600, American Business. 7 E. 4th. St., Suite 105. A Lie. r a.. I SALES PRO Notional company, leading supplier ol Real Estate Mop ond Ownership information. We seek a professtonol sales person. To colt on mortgage, banking, ond root estate industries. ' Draw against excellent . commission (the everoge' sales person males net 126,000 Hvs-1 : Position home base tn Dayton but requires extensive travel. hone Mr. Zuckermon 8W-3661 iron I A.M. to 6 P.M. Mon., Jan. S and t AAs. to 12 Noon Tues., Jan. 6. An Equal Opportunity Empterer i v i " 4': 1 u S i Funeral Home. favorite Charity. p.m. Tuesday. TW Bennett Sisters.

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