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Friday, September 13, 1985
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Friday, September 13. 1985 THE DAILY OKLAHOMAN OU 'Whistle Blower Awarded Judgment DEATHS and FUNERALS 100 136 1 S6w rr 206 1 Professional 208 1 Professional - " By Beth Powell NORMAN University of Oklahoma officials were wrong in firing a "whistle blower" who reported discrepancies in an inventory of dishwashers, a Cleveland County jury ruled Thursday. The jury awarded Stanley Vannerson, a former OU warehouse clerk, $524 in his suit against the university's regents. Vannerson had asked for $15,720 in lost wages. He was out of work for more than a year after being fired. Vannerson's attorney, Glen Rawdon, told the jury the amount of the judgment did not matter as much as the principle involved. "Do you want to encourage people like Stanley Vannerson to make their superiors operate properly?" Rawdon said. OU attorney Kurt Ockershaus-er said he would review the case Deaths and consider filing an appeal. According to testimony, Vannerson was fired from OU April ?, 1984, after he left his job to report to the auditing department discrepancies in an inventory of dishwashers. OU officials said Vannerson was fired because he disobeyed his supervisor by leaving his job and because he cursed at a supervisor. They said he could have reported to internal, auditing when he was off work. University officials said that all of the housing dishwashers were eventually accounted for. nino n ttimftnv Van- nerson had previously reported ' 'SHiKA'. discrepencies and inert to nis supervisors. Earlier in 1983, Vannerson re BENNE Katie M., born January 25, 1897, in Indian Territory. She departed this- life September 12. 1985. She was preceded in death by her husband, William H. Benne; ana i son,-Lwoen Ray Benne; She was a long lime resident ot me unl ana Edmond area. She is survived by 4 sons, Earl of OKO,. William H. Jr.. Lewis and Carl of Edmond; and 7 danglers, Helen Moore of Bethany, Ruth Paine of Gulhrie, Shirley Spencer of Meeker, Frances Dil-lard, Mary .Ann Lane of MWC, Betty Provence of Del City, and Onela McDaniel of Edmond; 28 orandchildren; 34 oreal sranccniioren; f greai sreai granacniioren; i oroin ers. Olio, and Woodrov Bowers of Wann, OK; and several other relatives and friends. She was a member of Midway Church of Christ, ser vices are 10am Saturday at Baggerley. Memorial Chapel with interment at aniion cemetery. Baggerley Funeral Home Directors. Lodge I Lost t Professional Services . 'Rex 8, Warvis Ishikawa Moore. Memorial service opm Saturday. Reorganized Church nf Ibchc rhrkl I allerdav ported that several television, saints. seis were njisajns. Metropolitan BRADEN, Wary Ann, 76, Oklahoma City, retired cleaning shop manager, died Wednesday. Private services will be held (Bill Eisen-hour Southeast). BREWER, Larry, Ok-lahoma City, died Sunday. Services 11 a.m. today (Temple & Son). GARRETT, Billy Bob, 60, Oklahoma City, pipe fitter, died Thursday. Services 10 a.m. Saturday (Chapel of the Flowers). LEWIS, James H., 90, railroad engineer, died Tuesday. Services 11:30 a.m. Saturday (Guardian West). MANWELL, Phillip H.; 45, Oklahoma City, died Thursday. Services-pending (Bill Merrill,' Bethany). MAYNARD, Bertha Elizabeth, 86, Oklahoma City, retired registered nurse, died Monday. Services 1 p.m. to-day, Resurrection Cemetery Chapel (Smith & Kernke), PORTER, Osle, Oklahoma City, died Sunday. Services 1 p.m. today (Temple & Son). SALLEE, Battle Ruth, 78, Oklahoma City, retired entertainment booking agent, died Thursday. Services 11 a.m. Saturday (Smith & Kernke). SWIFT Ryan Thomas, infant son of Donald B. and Marsha G. Swift, Oklahoma City, died Thursday. Graveside services 10 a.m. Saturday, Fairlawn, Cemetery, Memorial services 11. a.m. Saturday, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church (Smith & Kernke). : WALLACE, Ruby L., 75, Oklahoma City, retired from accounting firm, died Wednesday. Services 10 a.m. Saturday (Vondel L. Smith & -Sons). EDMOND BENNE, Katie M., 88, died Thursday. Services 10 a.m. Saturday (Baggerley). EL RENO WEED, James W., 83, employed with the Federal Correctional Institution, died Thursday. Services 10 a.m. Saturday (Wilson). NORMAN WILCOX, Donald -E., 85, retired U.S. Navy captain, retired director of Student Affairs at the University of Oklahoma, died Thursday. Services 2 p.m. today, First Presbyterian Church (Mayes). SHAWNEE AKERMAN, Lucy, 72, .died Wednesday. Prayer services 7:30 p.m. today. Mass of Christian burial 10 a.m. Saturday, St. Benedictine's Catholic Church. (Roesch). COX, Dewey Lee, 87, Stamford, Texas, for- . merly of Shawnee, died Thursday. Services pending (Gaskill). . HUTTENHOFF, Leo, 82, died Wednesday. Mass of Christian burial 8 a.m. Saturday, St. Benedictine's Catholic Church. State , APACHE HEMMING, Alma Ruth, 64. Services Saturday (Crews), ' ATOKA GREENWOOD, Herman;: 61. Services Sat-, urday (Regan, Hugo). CORDELL MORRIS, LIIHe Mae, 81. Services today (Mc-Clure-Kiesau). DUNCAN -WELBORN, Jackie Gene, 52. Services today (Don Grantham). ENID HAYES, Earl Henry, 82. Services Saturday (Brown). GOTEBO BROWN, Sam M., 75, retired county employee. Services Saturday (Peoples, Lone Wolf)." HARRAH . COOPER, James L., 54. Services today in Ada (Criswell, Ada). IDABEL WOODS, Bill, 68. Services today (Norwood). MOUNTAIN PARK SHELTON, Wilton i., 62. Services Saturday (Preston-Leckie, Snyd-er). OKEMAH COLLINS, Clovls, 65. Services Saturday (Parks Brothers). STEPHENSON, Martha A., 96. Services Saturday (Parks Brothers). PITTSBURG ADAMS, Maggie, 75. Services Saturday (DrapOC.TY TSH.service JAMISON, Gilford, ffiffi? 79, Graveside services B-,u Merri 4605 S. Penn. LEWIS James H., age 90, OKC and Be hanv. dieo tuesoav, sepi. 10, 1985, after a long illness. He was born June 11, 1895, in ' Pulaski Courjly, MO. Had been a resident ot OKC since 1919. Mr. Lewis was a retired ran road engineer, a 1 verleran of WnrlH War . Edmond Road Baptist Church and a member of the Railroad Retirement Association, survivors include J daughters, Evelyn Wade oi Lincoln, Calif., Mildred Bandy of . Downey, . Calif . Ionise Atkins. Yukon. OK, Doris Miller, Hedrick, OK, Dorotny tsarr, Houston, TX; a son. Gale Lewis, OKC; a brother, Virgil Lewis, Inman,-SC; 3 sisters, Edna Handel, Riverside, Calif., Elsie Wil-: liams, Lei Caion,-Calif., Zelma Shickles, Doniphan, MO; 17 grandchildren; 17 great grandchildren; He was preceded in death by a son, Eugene Lewis in 1937; wife, Mavme Lewis in July 1985; Funeral services will be at 11:30am Saturday in the Guardian Funeral Home west' side Chapel. Interment will be in the Bethany Cemetery. The family has designated a memorial to the Edmond Road Baptist Church as appropriate lor expressions of sympathy. MANWELL . - J Phillip H -45, OKC, died ; Thursday. Member of Air National Guard. Survivors, wife, Marca, ol Ihe home; daughter Julie Manwell, OKC; son, Michael Manwell, OKC; mother, Louise Manwell, OKC; brother, Tom Lucas of OKC'Wake 7pm Sunday, Bill Merrill Chapel, Bethany. Mass 11am - Monday, St. Patrick's Calholic Church. Monday (Grace Memo- WALLACE rial wiapuij. SEILING ' JACKSON, Myrtle G.( 71. Services today (Re-dinger). TULSA BIVINS, Ola Mae, 60. Services today (Butlor-Stumpff). MORGAN, Hattlc B., 90. Services today in Ponca City (Grace Memorial Chapel, Ponca City). . WILBURTON BYNUM, Bonnie, 58, Wake today. Services Saturday (Jones). Public Records Births turn - Hudson, Cliff and Slmcox, Leslie, Oklahoma-Clly, a boy, Novsk, Richard and Tina, Oklahoma City, a girl, Lewis, Paul and Pam, Bethany, a boy. -"- ; Hammond, Hubert and Michele, Oklahoma City, a bov.Malthews, Dwsyne and Edna, Oklahoma Cilv, a boy, Covert, David and Carole, Oklahoma City; a boy. Birth Canttr Lloyd, John and .Martha, Oklahoma City, a boy. : Ryan, Robert and Melissa, Lulhor, a boy, DMCOMtf Dunbar, Russell and Elaine, Mustang, a. boy.' Rogers, Dan and Donlla, Oklahoma Cilv, girl. Farnsworlh, Barry and Patricia, Oklahoma City, a n'fllchard' and casancra, owanomi tuy, a boy,. - : Miller, Michael and Deborah, Moore, a bov. -y White, Dudley and Mary, Lawlon, twin olrls. Harrison, Jlmmle and Elli-aboih, Lawlon, a boy, Midwest Cttv Koos, Robert and Rlla, Midwest City, a boy, Long, James and Edna, Midwest Cilv. a slrl. die, Oklahoma Cliy, a girl. Hopkins, Marc1 and Glna, Norman, a bov, Motley, Lee and Carol, Norman, a girl, , . Allen, Stevon and Kathryn, LMlngfon, a boy, da, Oklahoma City, a boy. Moore, ''-Rcaford and La-Donna, Del Cilv, a boy. Morrison, Roger and Kim, Del City, a boy. - ' Ramsey, ' Michael and Deborah, Newalla, a boy, Beallle. Mr. and Mrs. Tony, Oklahoma City, a girl. Morales, Edna, Oklahoma' City, a girl, Hfli, Brenda, Oklahoma City, a boy. Jackson, Robert and Teresa, Midwest Cltv, a bov, ' Bra-den, Todd and Alicia, Oklahoma Cilv. a boy, Zamora, Antonio 'and Wll- . Harmon, Debra, Oklahoma City, a bov. Shiwim '" Hardin, Bill and Dodle, le-cumseh, a boy, . - Rush, Randall and Rao . ftrot, Shawnee, a boy, , Giles, Rick and Paula, Ho-genvllle, a boy, , James A, Doran, 35, Del Cilv, and Krister, L, Murphy, 33, Oklahoma City. John W. Conrad, 75, of 4609 SE 28, and Edllh A. Meeks, 68, Del City. , . ' Mark K. Swarlzbaugh, !), and Jamie K, Clouse, 18, both ot Edmond. -. J Mark A. Woodward, 25, and Donna A. Deason, 25, both ol NW 32,and Dwana M, Smith, IB, El Reno, , James F. Tate, 31, and Patricia V,R. Barrick, 20, both of 224 SE 57. . Fredrick KV Thomas, 40, of 12726 N MacArlhur,,, and Glonda N. Hlgdon, 28, 8116 N MacArlhur.' . James E, Colbert, It, ; Del Cilv, and PhvlHC N,.;Tfmberr. lake,-33,-MldwDM Cltv. Konrad , Delong -Jri !7,' and Angola Blirle, 32, both ol 3028 N Rod. Michael L. Tucker, 23, and Sandv M, Koch, 22, both of Lulher R. Morris, 30, of 6012 S McKlnnelv, and Tamara' L,-Love, 23, ol 152SS Indiana,.,. Divorces Asked Capps, William M. vs. Mario- Ruby L 75, passed away September 12, t?85 ar ner home. Services will be 10am Saturday in Ihe Colonial Chapel of Vondel L, Smith & Sons Mortuary. Born in Wichila Falls, Texas, April 24, 1910. She had lived in OKC all ol her life. She was retired from the Frederick Accounting Service where she had worked lor a number oi years. She was a member ol Ihe Central Assembly of God, and In 1959 she taught Ihe ladies bible class at Sequoia (Calvary Temple) Assembly ol God She was preceded in death by her husband, JamesA, 'Doc' Wallace, April 13, 1983; and more recently her sister Anna L. Brl-gance, who passed away May 11, 1985. She Is survived by her sons and their wives, Jim and Nancy Wallace, Jerry and Mellodee Wallace, bolh ol OKC; 3 grandchildren, Teressa PWpps, OKC, Nancy Ledger-wood ol Owasso, Jim Wallace of Houston; and 3 great grandchildren. Memorials may be made lo Ihe Central Assembly ol Sod. 2W4 SWOT. WILCOX Donald E., Capt., US Navy Retired,, died early Thursday morning in Norman. Memorial services will be held al Ihe First Presbyterian Church at 2pm Friday, Seplembcr 13, I no tiowers, Florists "CHECVCR'S FLOWERS 525-2104 Doweli.'Ke none, Oklaho girl. Swlnlmor Hh and Ra- ' " w. Karen L. vs, Rich' ma City, a boy. PleekrJohn and Wanaleln, Oklahoma City, a girl, Oklahoma County Marriage Licenses Noel G. Gardner, 27, and Jackie L. Bulo, 44, bolh of 1940 SW 77. Floyd P, Davis, 24, of 1603 in. ana ra 18 Ol 7101 S David L, l SW 54, Tompkins, 25, of ana snoi on, H, of 3713 SW.40, Philip R. Henger,.20, ,anq Kristin M, Harlev, 18, bolh of ' Oklahoma Cltv, ... Robert I. Srlm II. It,, and -Glna L, Johnson, 20, bolh of '.mnfil'J. Formalnl, 25,Mld-wist City, and Pamela S, .Will, 21, Harrah. Beam, Davy C, vs, Debblo, Brcnlllnger, Olela vs, Edwin.' Cagie, Carole L. vs, Mark J, Cardenas, , Donna A, vs. Joo Cl'na, Pamela J, vs, Richard Fl'avd. Dan vs. Marv. Gowdv, Vlckl L, vs, Vernon Syoiv Helm, Joot c, vs, warsna i, ; Hull, Alice A. vs, Dean L. , Jones, Valerie L, vs, Kenneth ,Lacy, Chrlsllno' V. vs, cnaeio, Newton, Elliaboth ell i Swarlwood, Audrey While, beborah K.vs. WUner, Cynthia Oeorgo M. " Funeral Directors m riwj siiri . HUNTER FUNtRAL HOME ",4 bJwihW-'k GUmANTSjRAU MGi' l o1 while cnjjysM'h a, vim. Cremations . ,. fefefe ' CREMATION SOCIE I Y &m4JMl Cemetery Lots ; , Mliilno oorionj Ipcnirn, olrt lov- 6RS5S8.rffllWr" o...n.i. :- .'..196 Ml- rlMm IANCT '"IINb Larry SSSSSSSS: Hvnorionjlon Conijir nnndi ni- ' (ANNOUNCEMENTS) SSM$ j, vs. v WJmWW. ?,n,V,.iNo,..?.P? iS Bids, PropoMls 104 CMTlMMtr. VO-Oftl ' t FORECLOSURE SALE Bv oraer-ol the sccuicd .Parw. Continental Illinois National Bank certain sgreemenls executed by will I be 'held at iUB'AMi to sell for cash to Ihe highest bidder Ihe NO. 2.KYTOP BREWSTEI a!R3iofniiri5neHcPow pines. PARMAC V-80 Dc ksl"-sSn.a rONTINENTAL-EMSCO gSrdnek Denver? fxPN"BJ- HIGH PLAINS DRILU.NG.RIG NO. 4...SKYTOP BRbWil tK N; iiWes, PARMAC V-80 Doubll HvdrorrMtlc Brake, DRECC KW Generator Sels, AAud Svs- Sg!sffflepiJe!n&K!to7,I?s The itcured party reserves 1he will be irdlvld S?arlvV.ef.Ve' Eacn no gaily as a unll and a SVopertv from ilhoul notice, in Its The sale It subieei 10 il terms and conditions, fntercsled ma ohmlr, Jnlormallon pr arranoe or lo- lhe sale by cpniacling alg Cannon at Superior Auc tioneers 4 Marketing,' Inc., loogo nVo, Texas '7B23ol Telephone 7h, inuol meeting of the Cily Community C held Thursday,' Sel May Av, OKC. ' mln"5"iiyrin qiSafcit- ooer. Real Estate Divisor,, Bids, Proposals LEGAL DIVORCE $14 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Lakeshore Bank Is soliciting scaled bids 9-9-85 lo 9-14-85 on khoUflor1Pr.nKKModel Prism 13? rsolJallon Printer. Model No. 7700, 3 Solvation Terminals, all wing wvodel NO. uy I iM.aar iMtS nl lo Mark C. name9and8ddre.s r and a letter "rom nclal Inslllutlon eyl-lilnonoss to lend Ihe ds and items will bo sold lo tho iwcvor, ,Mff es mo now to In cash Itio nmounl ai his l "o Lakashprc Bank. In Itte rate. hs bid.- Ihe sc.' felb1ri?,!pr.r?.IUonb09Ol'8, EL&CTCAL AAND PLUMBING cioclrlcal and Plumbing Con- ractors neoooB to i (act Tom Barton; New Donors Only pptesma; Travel Opportunities 142 caWzT-Frajss: gas allow Nol a Job. 525-5622 Professional Services yPRR0EFMsfoSNtA9LIliP1 A-ffrVMSS? TYPING-GENE-722-8940 Jloilal Paper. Home 5gl-1183- SUPERVISOR Herbal products, ouarai control call Anna UK ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ould like 10 loin Hunting parly MISS PRISS LOVES FATTY Business Personals ERASE BAD CREDIT JETt!XFAQSR&SA5LEEAS7373F NEED OU SEASON & TEXAS .., DIVORCE -$15 DIVORCE SERVICE . Serving Oklahoma 8 years . . In Okla. Cltv-Call 943-2W1 1505 N. Portland, Okla Clly (In Del 8. MWC Call 07J-5932) UK SE 29, suile m Del City) : Free Legal Consultation, vorker's come, divorce, adop- DIVORCE-BANKRUPTCY haPl'erTBannkfuodtcy'V?ffi f 6-85M 1 Cowboy tickets tor Tie oames, TX-OU as 214-;41-6834 DIVORCE $35 681-4806 shop? We'll shop lor you & deliver lo vour home. Village Gro; Fee S10 North OKC only vou spend 5)7.95 to maK ihou&andfc? II so, tend siz.m r IircUbolnv3SylBA-663U7t3Urn' BASEBALL CARD CONVENTION y-Soll-Trado 9 big days Sal sept 14, 105m HOYT WILHCLM-Sun, . . . 1 n s EASY! Guaranteed. MHW ill Norlh Broadway .. SfSM,J ,'P, SJZV'lffJ'A iKcSlS' Fimhi BWf&Ffy feigr' EmplomMls?vS..,.:,,oa ScrZ sas ffife;;.::;.:;;.:fB tKffSSsS! "vt&Soiisir aSg:;:::::;::S Eoiind BHl.. Bulldog. Boihany. 5W.ul.lU, JtomvvUws, .,Et nil ed 20 Mi n Pari V Dopnrtmonl o( Enarov raffi'iteOTWfe conomie ana c,ommunny. t- ensi wlPl8o6provWod8r!jon riSuo. orinostonn .llFJion .lur nohi. iwimn SwKS-rlav' HUBCAP msjisji mm. nuv sell 3w nc imw. EXECUTIVE PROMOTIO Springsteen USA. All jm.ior ct oriisiiir- 2U-73 Dance glrf rock "l?and.WDeanna 737-3039 Hobbies & Supplies 149 ASSSSSSPhlf one. 405-M2-: Coins & Stamps Musical Instruction See Mom & Pop Class 220 INSURANCE AGENCY General ManagerController dude: general supervision agency financial ... reports. recordtJUKlotwiii Agency operation, coordination to In, Annual salary & incentive &sn!S?'pSOb,-o5tffl. &t MANAGER CONSUMER FINANCE gualllied to assume immedlale managemenl o growth oriented "ESXPV nconesuerSe?'T formance. This Fs , definitely 2S5 denSf' ?f courU!" C.Tl 405-631-6631 mmediate opening tor Dejjt. heavy RPG III experience, pro- QUALITY FOODS Professional exper. & enlovment ol this lype M'ffiU ia'turdaV!! Education, Schools 158 ENROLL NOW! l In Computer, Word 4"DM sssk TS-LIcensed by-OBPS. REAL ESTATE SCHOOL Bas,c a. Broker CHARLES BARNES 737-1: travel career, chano; LEARN TO DRIVE TRACTOR-TRAILER idenlVra"nlngrograrnec"l illy 405-631-5723 or contact OL. Ho NEED A SECOND JOB? Bartending cl See -your veil EVOLUTIONIZE rSiT aitaar,,io"SppiicSjjs oboul ihese ooslllons and trie benefils ol iolnlng our learn in tofrV ers compensation Claims Repre-senlallve, Preler experloncerl lo 'PLAC SUPf.T1sfefI CAREER TRAINING MacArlhur A Helner Road i L AGENT claise NATIONAL COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY ... JO M. Slllet, OKC. OK 73105 PRIVATE - PILOT . CpDKSE T,ra1nrnoyC.'nler78y- Employment Strvlcts 202 JOB RESUMES $7 MB1 OILFIELDS ancomenf. . TO $6,000 ( MONTHLY - OVERSEAS) ,. EX-MILITARY .-. ir.L,niNiwL communlcalloni, eloclrlcal. n'o'catTCW-fS 72 690-6985 W wstmm AdmlnlitnllvB, Minafoment APT. MANAGER tonal inn -iv -. OfCt tMimni comtnimw, REG. PHARMACIST last pace, lop salary, bonuses 8. olher bcnel is. Call Kenal , giviarl-WKid Drug 634-3326 Salon, preferrabiv - wllh PROJECT ENGINEER & develop producli-trorn con- Si .wdrek cSst wssk t gree In onglnefrlno. Salary com-mensurale wllh experience 8. PHARMACIST-MGR POSITION ' No nights, week-ends or EDITOR REPORTER SSSffi VPS wlrTWedft'of and a bureau reoorler. Experl- laerT.rnHloPentB,cr.' QUALITY CONTROL ttd,Wra.;.v,,,iS3 CONTROLLER Senior Busino Anaivfi tor bum- ...... Eflttgl Opportujlly 1 emplayar rAWrm!fvlfelb'nau.l ' opwirlur)1ly Erniilovtir Assessor! Resnotnmio (or con- ?3 or QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER j Central Plastics Company, a growing j; company with a 30 year history .in he , industry, is seeking an experienced QuaJ- ity Control Manager to join our manage- . ment team. . ?;. Candidates for this position should have j-a minimum of 5 years experience as a j. QC. tVlanager in a manufacturing envi- j-ronment. Preference will be siven to ap- I. plicants with college education of an en- X- i ' The position will require supervision of ! . floor inspectors, complete direction of all j quality assurance programs, as well as vendor and customer relations. i I For confidential consideration, send re- 1 x sume with salary nistory 10. .x Central Plastics Company I ATTN: Engineering Manager j ' Shawnee, OK 74801 ( i Equal Opporlunlly Employer EXPLORATION GEOLOGISTS Lansing. Ka Mississippi II. EXPLORATION preferably Basin, BS c The Dally Oklahoman OKC, OK 73125 Large aggressive property management company seek-' ing an experienced Properly Manager to handle approximately 1700 units. Please submit resume lo Southwest Property Management Corp.. 3800 N. MAY AVE. ' Suite 500, Attn: Dana Farlln 947-6807 forMena"fy0dHand?coppl' audience a roor&m. Sei S,nYBKX Need dependable manlcurlsl who ry and benoills cor JOE KELLY'S RESTAURANT walnfjoe Kellv'Reslau- SoneilRfl' caroer'growfli available. Ploase send rj- .lorWcWft130 . Frontier Federal's Ouoll ewlirtreprjos?llonWn?av Eaual Obi i?n0BOU( DKtFSS. ottperlanca level, I almospharo. Ro.oulrei . above ll MM mum 3 iy,,r'ip8M fffi rS8 'currfc'ilum mm W ftssartswi? ss Candidate must have rwspaper F"ffi-hlffci?i- Pec. Esecuilve Editor Aransas h opening" for" Aifdi' Allanaoer. Please send resume EJMFtSntl AR 913-333?. Sales Opportunities WANTED PROFESSIONAL SALES PEOPLE For In-home sales of swimming pools, solar panels, replacement -windows. All leads furnished. Top Income tor right people. Will.train. Call collect 918258-8595 9 am-4 ptn' Mon.-Fri. lor interview Veps io!!' Commission. 722 AVON Don't let Soma be cauohl enjptv Ai oEe1ryourmAnvCON fiSS gilts al cost. Don't wall Chfjsl- NEW HOME SALES Local Builder needs sharp. ag- York stock e- iduttrlal manulaclurer has established territory wild full company benefits.. Draw varies commission f0-. perlence1" preferred, "send resume You could be RICH, it you only- knew HOW. 789-7il2 BE YOUR OWN BOSS her' reGled' efpeTlenfel'j'os'l- lion Invol" BUysicsl l ?rTnP III j" ."Ol ciillMs7& surancei(Jclleln1s, buslnMslnduSj. Over 50, not paid for b wo mi, "no PHONE SALES, satas in.:s. for"' imrss panv looking lanufacturino SfSiictl pppori-uvniiv tmpio' wp.sss Mfe1 & stcldenl Insuranco and Seminar already set tor So PART TIME KM arv , a sale uall Springs Store, 'or everitngi, sal- ROTHSCHILD'S QUAIL -SPRINGS MALL LADIES SPORTSWEAR ifort?.' jnur't. "i.flam-a'tOTi lixcluilvo lurnlluro lere Wring nrofoHlonafwIei Pfonla. , HSDl riu. Klo'BXI

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