Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 10, 1971 · Page 21
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1971. PAGE Zl Halp Wanted MM Help Wanted MM Halp Wanted W<M*fi Halo Wanted WMM*. TOOL MAKER 7:30 TO 4 P.M. SHIFT Experienced man who can build, repair and maintain progressive and forming dies for small piece parts. APPLY IN PERSON OR CALL PERSONNEL MANAGER — 897-8417 STANDARD GRISBY CO. 920 RATHBONE AVE., AURORA An Equal Opportunity Employer JANITORS Nights 5:30/fCM. to 2 A.M. / Permanent full time positions to do shop and office clean up. Prefer mature men able to^ork with .little supervision. Excellent starting rate and company benefits including free uniforms. Apply or call: Plant Personnel Dept. 345-6300 Ext. 377 ALBERTO CULVER 2525 Armitage Ave., Melrose Park An Equal Opportunity Employer GENERAL FACTORY ' ORDER FILLERS 1st shift - 8:30 A.M. to 5 P.M. $2.44 per hour to start * MATERIAL HANDLERS 1st shift - 7:30 A.M. to 4 P.M. $2.44 per hour to start 2nd shift - 4:30 P.M. to 1 A.M. .$2.57 per hour to start Plant expansion and consumer demand of our products has created several openings for persons with good work records. These are permanent positions and offer advancement opportunity. Good starting salary, excellent benefits, free uniforms, company store priveleges. COM; IN OR CALL: PLANT PERSONNEL DEPT. 345-6300 Ext. 377 ALBERTO (^^ CULVER 2525 Armitage Ave., Melrose Park An Equal Opportunity Employer BATTERY SHOP FOREMAN Opportunity for man experienced in the repair of lead acid industrial batteries and chargers. • Liberal employee benefits. Write in confidence all details of your personal and employment record to C.A. Taylor, Branch Manager, C. & 0. Batteries Division of Eltra Corp. 9109 Belden Ave., Franklin Park, m. 60131 An Equal Opportunity Employer SALESMEN TRAINEE Major Appliance Company needs young men for assigned territories. Salary plus commission. Expenses and other benefits. Will train. For Interview Call: MR. MANN 238-8047 379-5100 Part Time Managers We require a capable jnanager to work 10-15 hours per week. Earn up to $10,000 for part time. Operating as own business. Previous experience helpful. Must have good employment history and security deposit. ($1,525 to $5,285) Call MR. RUSSELL 775-4211 9 A.M. T04p.m. STATIONARY ENGINEER Steady 6 day work week with overtime premium for licensed stationary engineer. Maintain & operate combination gas and oil fired high pressure boilers. $4.42 per hour. AH benefits, 10 paid holidays, cafeteria. Stone Container Corp. 4200 W. 42nd PI. Chicago, III. (2 block West of Pulaski) An Equal Opportunity Employer ENGINEER Steady year round employment with lots of overtime for man with boiler room and industrial air conditioning experience. Will consider training young man with good mechanical background. The Meyer Cord Company 682-6200 365 E. North Ave. Carol Stream THE WHY OF WOOD All of the nation's electrical utility companies (both public and private) use chemically- treated wood poles for more than 90% of their electricity delivery systems. The reasons: economy, easy serviceability. • and good insulation. These overhead delivery systems represent a total investment by utility companies of more than $26 billion — but that is "petty cash" c o m pared to the $375 billion it would cost to replace this system. Individual poles have an average cost of $35. . Kasy accessibility means service is up in.the air in cranes— not a costly di^iny out process. And if there is an emergency, service can he restored without extensive delays. Wood is known for its favorable "dialertric" properties — which means, wood is an excellent . insulator. As if that weren't enough, utility poles carry porcelain or ^lass insula- ! tors which make- ''double" sure/ electricity won't leak out of thj/ wires. Beauticians Wanted Franklin Park and River Grove. Little following needed. Thosein- terested call 453-8910.' 453-8910 TYPIST Experience in invoicing or billing or will train. Accuratetypist. Excellent location. 37 1/2 hour work week. THE MEYERCORD CO. 682-6200 365 E. North Ave. Carol Stream LAB ASSISTANTS Positions available in our pre—pared food laboratory. Require high school chemistry or biology. College chemistry or biology preferred. Hours 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. or 2p.m. to 10p.m. Monday thru Friday. Excellent salary and benefits. 345-0500 Ext. 517 JEWEL Food Stores 1955 W. North Ave. Melrose Park Equal Employer Opportunity Co. DOES YOUR BUDGET NEED REPAIR? We can keep you busy on office assignments for months on enck If you have the following skills, give us a call for a friendly interview. * Key Punch * Secretarial * Clerical ' Typing . * Office Machines X<asK. 24 Force TfMPORAOT H£U KSV1CE Phone 848-0080 TYPIST General office work. Experienced preferred. Must have good figure aptitude and be accurate typist. Excellent fringe benefits. Salary open. ca » 242-2995 after 10:30 A.M. Fast Motor Service 6150 So. East Ave. Hodgkins, III. Help Wanted Mai* and WMHM Interviewer to be trained in SALES aid MANAGEMENT for an international publishing corporation. Sharp and ambitious people wanted. $172.00 per week in commissions and incentives. Excellent career opportunities. ' Call MR. FRENCH 346-6108 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. &UW5H WITH WHne POT5.7HE WHAIE-SHAEK MAMMAL) HAS BEEN AT UP TO FtlT Ik/ UEN6TH AWD AM • . / ESTIMATEP-WEIOHT » OF 19 TOMS/ ^ ^ f ^1 - iiZf " \}KESH WATER&/Kr. 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