Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 18, 1973 · Page 35
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 18, 1973
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JIarket Reporte Today I GqleibufQ ReQister-Moil, GolesbufQ. III. Wednesdoyf Apfil 18. ^97^l^M> llarUnitoti Nwtlietii Stockyards Matket: fully SOc lower. No. 1 -2-. aoO-230 - $34.25-134.5(1, Quotations: No. 1 -3: 200-230 ... No. 1 -3: 230-260 ... No. 2-3: 280-300 ... ...-$33.75-$34.28 ...-$33.00-$33.75 $31.50-133.00 Packing Sows: $27.75-$31.25 CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 1,800. Butcher Trend: 25-75c lower. No. 1-2: 200-225 $35.75-$35.90 No. 2-4: 200-240 .........$35.25-$35.75 240^270 $34.50-$35,50 280-300 .-.$33.75-$34.25 Sow Trend: fully steady. 300-500 $32.00-$33.75 Boars: 350 lbs. up ....$30.50-$32.00 Jolitt Livtitock JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 1,500; steers and heifers steady; one-half load high choice and prime steers 46.85; choice 45.50 • 46.50; good and choice 44.75 - 45.50; good 43.7544.75; 1 load high choice heifers 46.00; choice 44.75 - 45.75; good and choice 44.00 - 44.75; cutter cows 28.50-34.00; canners 24.0028.50. Hogs 1,000; fully 50-75 lower; No 1-2 200-230 lb 35.50-35.75, small lot 36.00; No 1-3 190-250 lb 35.00-35.50; No 2-4 250-270 lb 34.25-35.00; No 3-4 380 lb 31.50. Thursdays estimated receipts: cattle 13, hogs 600. Sf. L«utt UwMtdck ST. LOWS (UPD-Uvestoek: Hogs 5,500; 75-1.00 loiwer; No 1-2 200^230 lb 35v25*35.50; 150 head 35.75; No 1-3 200-240 lb 35.0!0-3S.25; 240-260 lb 34.25-35.00. Cattle 700; not enough slaughter steers or heifers to test [M-ices; choice steers OOO'lOSO lb 44.00 - 45.50; good 42.00 - 43.00; choice heifers 43.00-43.50; good 40.00-42.00j choice vealers 55.0061.00. Sheep 100. ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Eggjs consumer Grade A large 44-54, medium 40-50, small 2537; B large 39-50. Hens ice-packed broilers and fryers 44-46.25 for this week's delivery. Eggs wholesale Grade A large 28-36, standard 22-26, medium 26-34, unclassified 8-10. The first report of a moose sighting in Utah was in 1907. Indianapolis Livastoek INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: Hogs 2,900; 75-1.00 lower; No 1-2 200-240 lb 35.25-35.75; 26 bead 36.00; No 1-3 200-240 lb 35.0035.50; No 2-3 230-270 lb 34.2535.00; No 2-4 265-290 lb 33.5034.25; No 3-4 290-300 lb 33.0033.50; few mm lb 32.00-33.00. Cattle and calves 400; few steers weak; heifers untested; 2 loads dioice steers 46.00; good and choice 44.00 - 45.00; good 41.0044.0b. Sheep 100; scarce; small lot choice wooled' lambs 34.00. Intarior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: 15,000; 50-75 lower; No 1-3 200-230 lb few 240 lb 34.25-34.75; No 1-3 230-250 lb 33.75-34.25; No 2-3 250-270 lb 33.25-34.00. Discover new comfort: Colony Cloth' Trumpeter Knit Suits by Hart Schaffner & Marx There's something of fhe American Colonist in every man v/ho's alart to nev7 ideas and better ways. The Trumpeter suits this kind of man v^/ith Colony Cloth's double-knit wearing comfort and the easy care of the 100% polyester fabric. A subtle, textured self-stripe adds rich surface interest to a choice of solid colors. Hart Schaffner & Marx alone tailors the Trumpeter, styling it with a trim two- button waist, wide lapels, deep side vents and a luxurious jacquard lining. Stop in, try on a Trumpeter knit suit and discover a new vyorld of comfort and good looks. $150 Legal Notice NuTlvfi OF tiimNG Sealed proposala wiU be received in the office of the County Superintendent of Highways until 10:00 o'clock A.M., April 19,1973, for mowing 97.M acres of County Highway right-of-way and at that time publicly opened and read. Proposals shall be submitted on form furnished by the County «^ich may be obtained at the office of the Superintendent of Highways, Knoxville, Illinois, and shall be enclosed in an envelope endorsed Mowing Contract. The right is reserved to reject any and all proposals and to waive technicalities. Proposal guarantee in the amount of not le^s than 10% of the bid, or as provided in Article 102.09 of the Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction will be required. April 9, 1973. By Order of Knox County Board Jack A. Witt County Superintendent of Highways 4^2-18; 2T NOTICE OP LETTING Sealed proposals will be received in the office of the County Superintendent of Highways until 10:00 o'clock A.M., April 19, 1973 for Various County Bridge Sections, including 322 lin. feet of corrugated steel culvert pipes from 72" to 108" diameter and the installation of same, including sand bedding and backfill. Also the repair to timber supports of an existing bridge over Court Creek on County Highway Number 12 near Appleton, Illinois, and at that time publicly opened and read. Proposals shall be submitted on form published by the Coun- By BERNARD BRENNER UPI Farm Editor WASHINOTO N(UPI)Critics may call his promises inconsiatent, but Agrieidture Secretary Earl L. Bute insists the administraUon's new farm program proposals can reach the dual goal of "higher income for our farmers and more reasonable food for our consumers." Btttz Confident Dual Goal For U. S. Fanners Attainable On the Fann Front These twin goals are not inconsistent, Butz told a meeting of the Newspaper Farm Editors Association Tuesday. He said that under the administration plan, farmers can get more income by producing more under a system geared to meeting growing domestic demand and exploitmg a growing world market. But since all-out production will mean lower per-unit pro- di|ction costs, Butz maintained, consumers can look forward to "more reasonable" prices. Chairman Herman E. Talmadge, D-Ga., of the Senate Agriculture Committee told the editors earlier that the Butz farm plan would produce depression in many rural areas and drive thousands of farmers off the land. Talmadge predict ed the Senate would reject the plan, but warned it would have more appeal in the House—an analysis which administration officials do not seriously contest. Butz told the NFEA his plan would not "dismantle" the ex- istmg farm program provided by the Agricultural Act of 1970, which expires this year. Although the proposal would phase out income - supplement payments to gram and cotton growers, Butz noted it would retain key features including price support loans and permission to make government payments to farmers for idling surplus land in years when overproduction was a threat. HOSPITAI NOTES ty which may be obtained at the office of the Superintendent of Highways, Knoxville, Illinois, and shall be enclosed in an envelope endorsed Various County Bridge Sections. The right is reserved to reject any and all proposals and to waive technica ities. Proposal guarantee in the amount of not less than 10% of the bid, or as provided in Article 102.09 of the Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction, will be required. April 9, 1973. By order of Knox County Board Jack A. Witt County Superintendent of Highways 4/12-18; 2T Butz Prediction: Consumer Unrest Will Get Worse WASHINGTO N(UPI)Agriculture Secretary Earl L. Butz predicts consumer unrest over high food prices will get worse. "It will only get more intense," Butz said Tuesday as he talked to reporters at a national meeting of farm editors. But Butz again criticized efforts by congressional Democrats to legislate price rollbacks or controls. "All the hassle is because there's political hay in controls and rollbacks," he said. "It's because the body politic somehow feels that you can issue a decree and take 20 cents a pound off sirloin steak. St. Mary 's ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: George C. Brogan, 1534 Moshier Ave. John Curtis, 234 N. Farnham St. Mrs. Carrie M. Dalton, Knoxvillie Mrs. Donna R. Foster, Cameron Miss Nolle E. Giles, 1417 N. KeUogg St. Mrs. Lola A. Gillette, Bushnell Miss Me^anie L. Hicks, London Mills Mrs. Ellen Johnson, Knoxville Miss Dena Delsey, 91 W. Simmons St. James A. Nelson, Williamsfield Kevin Ray Peck, Abingdon James E. Pennington, WiUiamsfield Mrs. Martina Perez, 511 Iowa Court Mrs. Gurdalupe Rios, Monmouth Mrs. Grace E. Sage, 1609 Beecher Ave. Mrs. Jean M* Thor, 900 W. Dayton St. Mrs. Mary L. Tracy, Monmouth Mrs. Martha M. Vanderhyden, Monmouth DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Thomas J. Hoxworth, Galva Jeffrey Dean Stabler, Neponset Owen DeWitt, 257 Lake St. Miss Ruth Shepherd, Cameron Cecil L. Orwig, 1125 Garden Lane Lawrence E. Admire, 72 N. Pleasant Ave. Joseph Brown, Galesburg Route 2 David E. Thompson, Normal WiUis J. Potts, Dahinda Fred Bulmer, 188 S. Cedar St. Mrs. Clara Wilson, Knox Manor Markets at a Glanco By United Press International Stocks lower in slow trading. Bonds lower. U.S. government bonds slight"I don't believe the averagej,y j^^gj. ^^i^^ trading. member of Congress is so stupid as to believe that...well, most of them aren't." Butz said administration plans to step up farm production and phase down farm subsidies could help ease the price situation eventually. American stocks lower in slow trading. Cotton futures higher. Chicago grain futures lower. Cattle steady; top 46.85. READ THE WANT ADS! DO YOU GATDH FISH? BIG FISH? Would You Like To? A member of the Lindy Tockle Te^m from Fiihing Focts TV Show will be in town , . . SAT., APRIL 21sf He will be of Dom'i Sport Center from noon to 5:30 ond will present o program at the Elks Club at 7 o'clock. 8e sure ond be there. DOM'S SPORT CENTER 1700 GRAND AVE. Cottage ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: Mrs. Golda E. Wdf, Daven port Mrs. Catherine M. Kramer, 737 MapJe Ave. Mrs. Bessie N. PhilUps, 483 E. Second St. Ricky L. WUliams, 661 W. South St. Oaude E. Neice, 803 Monroe St. Raymond H. Dfdrymple, Toulon Mrs. Eunice N. Miller, ,1962 Jefferson St. Mrs. Myrtle M. Payton, Hotel Custer Paul A. Coleman, 760 S. West St. William H. KlinetxNigh Jr., Kimberly Terrace Heidi S. Gagel, 1547 Redbud Lane Mrs. Beulah F. Spaiidiower, Blandinsville Miss Patricia A. Luna, 612 E. Brooks St. Harry C. Hatch, 421 Pine St. Gerald B. Quanstrom, Galva Mrs. Minnie Hall, 1335 Haynor St. Mrs. Helen M. Benson, Dahinda Mrs. Marvena J. Claric, Cambridge Mrs. Garnet M. Fonnhals, Bushnell William G. Lorance, Laura Mrs. Martha J. Anderson, Berwick Mrs. Judith M. Rosenbeig, 966 Locust St. DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Timothy J. LaPorte, Galesburg Route 4 Scott D. Inman, Monmouth Susan M. SaUee, Geriaw David E. Zuck, 1063 Jefferson St. Garret R. Nelson, Cambridge Mrs. Elizabeth R. MiUer, 763 Batetnan St. Mrs. Clarice Hegg, 1580 Maple Ave. RandaU K. Reed, 213 David St., East GaleSbui^g Wendy L. Harshbarger, Abingdon James D. Morgan, 1173 Lane Ave. Marsha E. Mack, Berwick Miss Shirley A. Fowler, Bushnell Mrs. Helen E, Essex, Knoxville Mrs. Nancy J. Magness, Abingdon Raymond F. Phillips, 483 E. Second St. Laurie A. Colwell, 1597 McKnight St. Dyson M. Shannon, East Galesburg g Mrs. Janice E. Inman, 2058 Newcomer Dr. Mrs. Margaret P. Parsons, 213 Pine St. Mrs. Helen E. Spangler, Smithfield Gtletburc, lu. Classified Advertising Dial 343-7181 OFFICE HOURS: Monday thfouKh Friday— 8 A.M.-4:30 P.M. Saturday 8 A.M.-3 P.M. TRANSIENT CASH RATE EHecUv March l, lOTl LMI aid Fawd-« fiOY 'S nieycVt round — Near Fremont and Hendenon. Owner may have b^^ Identlfylnf _ and paying for ad. I-3MS after 5. Help Waited'Mele^ll MAN to work on farm mute to Oneida. Photke edm- 1-S278. finsiness Service—7 Wordi 1-20 7-dayg 4-dayg l-d*y Tai I 3.78 21-25 6.13 I 4.20 26-30 6.76 4.49 31-3S I 7.84 8.24 1.80 1.82 2.13 Blind Ad Charge—SOc Card of Thanks, In Memorlam, Lodge Notices, Other Notices. 1 Inch or less—$2.75. CASH RATE—Applies when ad Is paid within 8 days from dale of last Insertion. INDEX Card of Thanks 1 BuUdlng Lots „ 62 AvlaUon — - WA AparlmentjP^FurhlsiJVd'IIIIIIIII-M ApartmenU—Unfurnished 84 Autos—Sport, Foreign 77 Autoa-New - 78 AutQi-Uscd 79 Business Service -— ' Business opportunity — 17 BoaU and Motors 70 Child Care „ - - >o Coins — Stamps — Misc. 33 COUNTRY COHNER- Farm - Miscellaneous 40 Farms and Acreages—Rent 41 Farms and Acreages—Sale —42 Pasture for Rent — ™ Farm Implements - Servlc«8..44 Feed - Seed - FertHliers 48 Poultry and Supplies 46 Livestock and Supplies —47 AucUons - - 48 Commercial Property 89 Construction Equipment — 78 Employment Wanted 14 Garages — —JV Good Things to Eat - 21 Help Wanted-Male - 11 Help Wanted-Femate —-- 12 Help Wanted—Male, Female .—13 Household Goods 26 Home Improvement 25 Houses for Rent -- 85 In Memorlam — 2 Instruction Jo Insurance _ - zo Investments -IB Lawn and Garden Needs 34 lost and Found - o Moving — Storage — -8 Money to Loan-Wanted —1» Musical - 28 MobUe Homes for Rent 86 Mobile Home Spaces -87 Miscellaneous — — 22 Mobile Homes for Sale — 66 Motorcycles - Bicycles .74 New Houses for Sale e2A NoUces - Lodge 3 Notices - OUier, — 4 Notices - Special - Personal 8 Office Space - -80 Photography — 29 - Its and Supplies — 33 operty Management 16 „joms *or Henf — 81 Room and Board -82 Resorts and Cottages 61 Real Estate for Sale -63 Real Estate Wanted . — 64 Real Estate—Out of Town 68 Sporting Goods 71 TransporUUon ----- 9 Trailers - Campers - Equip. —.72 Tires - Accessories - Parts 73 Trucks - Truck Trailers — —78 TV - Radio - Stereo - 27 Wanted to Buy - Mlsc 35 Wanted to Rent 58 GARDEN TILLING — Rolling, aerating, powerr aking and fertilizing. England Lawn Sc Garden Service. Phone 343-7049. DRAPERIES — Custom made. Will reline and alter In any way. Free esUmates. Work guaranteed. Mary Fair, 714 Mulberry. 342-1508. QUALITY GARAGES Competitive prices. If you're considering a garage, consider us. Built to your specification or use our standard plan. Bloyd & Jones Builders, 342-3074 ; 3427191. SAVE NOW Roofing — New and Repairs LAST YEAR'S PRICES On Chimneys - Foundations Free Estimates G. A. Simpson, 343-0437 DYKES TYPEWRITER SERVICE, cleaning and repair. 1571 Beecher Ave. 342-6603. Free pickup. PAINTING — Interior and exterior. For free estimates Call 342-3996 anytime. Card of Thanks—1 ALLm, Edwin Raymond — We wish to acknowledge a thank you and appreciation of all the relatives, friends and neighbors for the thoughtfulness and help during the bereavement of our son and brother. An especial thanks to his Aunt Dorothy and Uncles Ed and Bob for making all the arrangements they have made. All was greatly appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Pippins Mr. and Mrs. James L. Dlckerson Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Allen Mr. Albert S. Allen Cousins, Aunts and Uncles WHITE ROCK DRIVEWAY SERVICE E. J. MARTlN-342-0521 ASSISTANT SCHEDULER 1—Operate Trlax storage control panels. 2 —Maintain inventory fil'fVig system of in process gopds. 3—Work 3 P.M. to 11:30 P.M. 4—Salaried position with Excellent fringe benefits. 5—College degree preferred!' THE GATES RUBBER CO. An Equal Em iDloyment Op^idrfunlty Employer ACCOUNTANT: Light industlTdl. In charge of dept. under co.ijiptrol- ler. Also take a break iri plerson- nel and directing office work once In a while. Growth spot. 87,800. UrgentI CaU Rich, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. GARDEN TILLING Mac's Excavating. Phone 343-3382. CLEAN TYPEWRITER KEYS fast by applying adhesive tape. Press hard on each letter . . . then lift tape. Turn Idle items Into cash fast with a Classified Ad. Phone 343-7181. GARDEN TILLING Jim Kohtz. 342-0446 REMODELING room addition. Custom camper cabinets and landscaping. Call 343-3946. LAWN ROLLING E. J. MARTIN-342-0521 ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance SERVICE — 342-2567 Expert diagnosis CARPET CLEANING. Dirt Is actually extracted, not Just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamliner, 3424232. ORDER NOW FOR SPRING Seamless Gutter Aluminum & Galvanized White Painted Old Gutter cleaned and repaired. Home Owned Machine. FREE ESTIMATE D. J. BUSSE Phone 342-6863 REPAIR and Remodeling contractor. Siding, carpentry, cement work, tucking, basement waterproofing, roofing, guttering, painting. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. 'Albert Briggs, 3421941, 342-3426. CITYWIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL We furnish metal containers for apts., business offices, stores and factories. 1 cubic yard thru 50 cubic yard sizes. We rent flatbed trucks or containers for one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or Honey Do special projects. CaU low bidder BUI, 3421134. 24 years of experiences. Moving - Storage—8 STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puclcett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 Child Care-lO SINCERE thanks to friends, relatives and neighbors for cards, gifts, calls and prayers during my stay in the hospital. A special thanks to the doctors and staff, also Rev. Goodell and Rev. Root for their calls. Mrs. Helen Campbell HUtSON — Our aincere thanks and appreciation to all our friends, neighbors and relatives for the cards, flowers and other expressions of sympathy, also for the kindness extended to us at the time of the loss of Dad and Grandfather. A special thanks to those who sent cards and visited Dad while he was in the Abingdon Nursing Home. The Family of Seth W. Hutson BABYSITTER needed in my home, 1 child l ',2 yrs. old, hours 8 to 5; to provide own transportation desirable but not necessary; Westport area. References needed. Ph. 342-8018 after S. STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. KELLOGG — 342-3060 Open 6:30 weekly — Saturday 7:30. Ages 2 to 6. CHILDREN wanted to care for by licensed babysitter, in my home. Phone 343-2672. MANAGER WANTED For West Theatre. Apply In person to city manager; Orpheum Theatre, after 7:30 P.M. AREA COMPANY is offering a position in production mgmt. This could be a move up for you, into a new growing division ot-a national company. Constl^ction background helpful. Call. Rich, 342-1112, Wittle. Pryor & Smith Personnel. SALES trainee, learn all iSes of Insurance business, $650 pf^r mo. salary, plus commission. nfixce\- lent fringe benefits. Call 3^-9077. SA 0; S : Work as assistant to manager in establsihed territory to learn ag. products. Salary 810,000 plus expenses. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. Monday LOCAL manufacturer of latg'e off highway equipment has openings for experienced Mlg and, flux core WELDERS and TURRET LATHE operators. Apply in person, 8 A.M. to 3 P.M. thru Saturday. KRESS CORP. Illinois St. " " Brimfield, III. , : DOORMAN wanted for evening hours. Apply in person' at the West Theatre between 7 and 9 p.m. , SELL test equipment to engineers. Will train person with some college. 89,000. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. PULL or part time workek* Vieeded to start immediately. No, experience necessary. Phone 343-2106. An equal opportunity employer. TRAINEE: Sell shaving products to supermarkets. Co. vehicle. $7,000. Call Jim Scattergood, "342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. BABYSITTER needed in my home to begin at 3:30. Variable hours Monday-Friday. CaU 483-8151, Oneida. FULL TIME service sUtion help, must be 21 or older. Vern's Standard Service, 780 W. Main. In Memorlam—2 BLAINE, Mrs. W.W. — In loving memory of our mother and grandmother who passed away one year ago today, April 18, 1972. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Blaine and Donald Woodhull(Continued From Page 17) April 26 at 1:30 p.m. Ail senior citizens of the area are invited. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas L. Minder, who were married April 14, will be guests of honor at an open house at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Minder, April 28 from 7-9:30 p.m. They are both Western Illinois University graduates, and he is employed as a programmer analyst at Kellogg Co., Battle Creelc, Mich. The filth birthday of Diane Blpomberg was celebrated at a party April 16. Winning prizes were Angle Brown, Julie Johnson, Lori Krueger and Shelley iMcVeitty. DOUGLAS, Harry—In loving memory of our husband and father who passed away 6 years ago today, April 18. 1967. The world changes year to year, And friends from day to day. But never will the one we loved From memory pass away. Wife and Daughters Notices • Other—4 ON AND after this date, April 18, 1973, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other than myself. Marie DeJaynes R.R. 1, EUisvUle, 111. Notices • Special • Personal-5 LUKEWARM, SUDSY WATER will clean wicker furniture. Use a soft brush and hose clean. Experience and "results" of a Classified Ad. Call today. 3437181. LOSE WEIOHT safely & fast with X-U Didt Plan $3.00. REDUCE Excess Fluids with X-Pel $3.00. Money Back Guarantee at Osco Drug. Help Wanted-Male-11 DISHWASHER — Janitor. Nights. 6 P.M. to 2 A.M. Apply Beserra's Taco House. NIGHT security youth supervisor, age 21 to 35. 10:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. Monday thru Friday. $1.60 per hour. Must be able to work by April 23. Mary Davis Home, ,143-6141. I'M STILL LOOKING for a Management Trainee for a local giant ill the finance field. This company offers a solid future to a person who is willing to learn. Start low but salary and prestige potential are great. $6,000 or better to start. Call Rich, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel, 98% of Market Unsold! We want 10 salesmen in Galesburg area to sell home security systems. Full or part time. Earn $200 to $300 per week. Ideal for policemen, teachers, insurance men, etc. Training program. Call collect Mr. Steward at 309-674-7618 MARRIED man for year around work on grain and livestock farm. Must be experienced. References. Marvin Setterdahl, Rio, 111. 872-2775. Sales Representative WHOLESALE PETROLEUM-COMPANY NEBDS AGGRESSIVE SALESMAN FOR ESTABLISHED nXINOIS AND IOWA ROUTES SELLING OLD AND NEW ACCOUNTS. COMPANY CAR.TULL EXPENSES. SALARY. BONUS & PAID VACATION. FOR CONFI- DEN-nAL INTERVIEW WRITE BOX 807. % GALESBURG JIEGIS- TER-MAIL, GIVE AGE. MARITAL STATUS AND SALES EXPERIENCE^ PAR-riAL LISTING VARIETY OF POSITIONS MECH'L. ENGR.—Area Corp. desirous of person looking to grow! .-.$15,000 SAFETY ENGR.—Great spot in area Corp.l ^$14,000 IND. ENGR.—Career posiUOh with solid future! - .,„$13,000 ENGR. TRAINEE—Local Co. will train you into prestige career. ..$10,000 MAINT. FOREMAN—Knowledge of sewing machinery helpful. Local spot! $9,000 PROD. CONTROLLER —Exjiihsion has developed this immeil^.^te opening! $8,500 TOOL & DIE MAKER—Fin« spot with local firm on the grow! . $8,000 MACHINIST—Mid-Size Co. Rapid advancement for stable person $8,000 PART MAN—Auto dealership has top notch spot with Mgr. iture! ... -^..$7,800 DIESEL MECH.—If your service background was in the mechanics field, you qualify I Co. offers additional training i..:lf 7,800 DRAFTSMAN—Prestige job fpr career seeker. Mech'l desigii $7,500 MAINT. MAN—Local plani„offer8 spot with varietyl $7,400 FOREMAN—Be a leader with local Co. Supervise friendly ^ < crew! — - $7,409 DRAFTSMAN TRAINEE ' Area Engr. firm will trahi person with high school basics -r:$6.240 CaU Bob TUton. 342-lU? Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel Help Wanted •Female—12 HELP wanted, housekeepiag dept., 5 days per week including-weekends. Apply between S-'and 3 weekdays. Sheraton Motor Inn. RECEPTIONIST — Excitement, ver- satiiity offered with this downtown company. A liking for people and some typing will'assure you this spot. $4,470 and all benefits. Call Lynn Breeze, '342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. FULL TIME maintenance man needed. Apply Sheraton Motor Inn. CASHIER-RECEPnpWST Sharp Individual with high school diploma who enjoys meeting and serving the public; must be able to type and work with figures, business experience desirable but not necessary. Apply in person to CREorp •nmiFT OF AMPR- ICA. 351 E. Main. Galesburg. LiADY wanted for general housecleaning. Must do excellent work. Information strictly confidential. Write Cleaning. P.O. Bg* 902, Galesburg. SECRETARY — Prestige Cen»pany offers an opportunity fop thai outgoing gal who enjoys recogfrition for a job well done. Benefits and $390. Call Lynn Breeze. 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. (Continued on Page 36) Help Wanted < Male-11 Help Wanted-Male-U LEG CRAMPS — Don't lose sleep at night with leg cramps. Get quick relief with CALPLUS Capsules. CALPLUS is available on a money back guarantee at your pharmacy, DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do something about it? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-2179, 24 hours. Confidential The butterfly's name came fiom an earlier term—"flutter- by." SHOP WHERE THE BARGAINS ARE THE CLASSIFIED ADS ROUTE - SALESMAN OPPORTUNITY UNLIMITEC) A growing organization in the upper-midwest needs aggressive young men who would like to become driver-salesman or >(vh9 are now driver-salesman, who are willing to work to earn abpve average pay. We want men who want to earn at least $1(1,000 per year or more. If you are willing to work a few extra hour* per week to get ahead, you are the man we are looking for: , HERE ARE A FEW OF THE BENEFITS: ' ' 1. Full paid training benefits. 2. Five day work week. 3. Like being your own boss. 4. High guarantee salary plus good commission, bonus. 5. Excellent advancement opportunity. 6. Two weeks paid vacation after one year employment. 7. Blue Cross — Blus Shield Hosp. Sc Doctor Ins. 8. $10,000 Life Insurance. 9. Sick leave benefits. 10. Good esUblished routes or take part in c*t«bllshlng hew routes. 11. Pioflt sharing retirement. No experience necessary, we will train you if you are willing to learn. Stop in and let us tell you more about our company «nd the opportunities we have to offer. WE WILL BE AT THE SCHWAN'S ICE CREAM CO., 318 West 6th Street. Kewanee. 111. 61443, HIGHWAY 81, BETWEEN 9:0!Q a.m. and 8:00 p.m., Thursday, APRIL 19, 1973. Ask for: ' •' MR. JIM BJORKLUND — MR. VERN LAUER SCHWAN'S SALES ENTERPRISES, INC. i

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