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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, April 19, 1973
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- I Mm JIMMM MOM vlMe. V JjMiquelifie ManiA IfTallon dlii; (MM King Mid Joan SltmMMd the Htal- ton diul}, atid De«ne Cullison, the S^^auoh eliii. New donon w^e Ray Oraver, Mary dra* ver, William Heimer, Mervyn Steveiis, Joa GoH^ Mm Liidt, Steve Stkikell, Milton Davidson and Carolyn Piei^- John Walker ind Mt*. Miiy Me fieth d the Kiioiville Meifi iStar Chaftor, were In ehai«e of ttieeameen. - J and regiatiiM were da fhintooid^ Mrs. Raymond Oarlatm, MM . ttemiah ESng- land, MM. Lorene Bnnwn- less and Mrs. Harold Liaton. CalkM were Mf«. Qraee ^MC' Oiraw, Mn. Janet Kittlaus, Mrs. Oarale Liston, Mrs. Hig- gkM and Mrs. Listnn. Dr. Rob- fihysidan in <!hait«- 1 H I WAiif td MpMH my gratitude to ttlltlit rtiidanti who rottd i TttMdoy^ I pitdgt continuod good torvico to tlit community. Wilford "Cookie" Andraws 4 - finale day and fNraJeet re' <ltiiirem«ttis were discussed when members oi the Square- Oii«ie 4 >H Club met Saturday At the home d Karalee GMf. Joni Putnam, vice president, {M^aided. taUtii were fl^ven by Judy Netf, "Picnic Oourtsey," and by Stacy Romp, "Learning to Cook." A demonstration. How to Pin a Hem, was given by Karalee Gotf, who also played a piano number. The share'lhe^ ^kit was rehearsed. Next meeting will be May 12 at the home of Eayanne Emicen. I&toxville public library Will be closed on Good Friday, Apdl 20. There will be no story hour Satwday. Members of / Spoon River Williamsfield iiiM Bountifully Filled Edster Novelties Boskets. Mode L Our Own Bunny Pleose Compore Quolity With Commerciolly, Foctory Mode Item. Live, tliriving EASTER PLANTS CHOOSE FROM^ 1 Easter LIHos Hydrongoos Mums Moderately Priced GOODS CANDY NOVELTIES CARDS BASKETS GRASS ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS DAR Chester, will meet Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Old Courthouse with members of Lucretia Leffingwell Chapter. A bicentennial historical program will be presented. Members have been asked to brmg quilts for comment and display. It « Newman Community Club will meet Saturday at 7 p.m. at the center. Hosts will be Mrs. Mae Boyer, Mrs. ^ary Hutchison and Ralph Nelson. Students in School District 202 are on Easter vacation. They will return to class on April 30. Three Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs <rfficers were guests of the Knoxvllle Amethyst Woman's Club Tuesday afternoon when Guest Day was observed. Other guests at the event held at the Grace Lutheran Church were members of the Knoxville Junior Woman's Club and the Knox­ vllle Woman's Club. Mrs. Omer Vittum, Canton, 15th District president, gave a talk on 'Teople Setting Goals." An explanation >of the newIy*formed federation committee, AOC, was presented by Mrs. Harold Liston, Knoxville, vice president of the central region of the Illinois federation. Mrs. Royal Litchfield, Rio, president of the Knox County Federation of Women's Clubs, report county SUITS SPORTCO LARGE SELECTION DRESS SLAOKS Mony Stylos ond Cdlor9 To Chooif From ALL THE NEW SPRING STYLES & COLORS ^ - 8taUitk». Vibig religtoiis sjm^ boii tyiMbctle of tht Lenteti gave (KvotkMis entitled "Holy Week Da^rs and flieir Mean* mi'' • A musteal program, under the direetion of Miss Margo Bruce, dnral director at Kftoxville H 1 g li Sdiool^ was the school's and mljced presented by girls' chorus chorus. During the business meet- Ing Mrs. Dick Johniion, presi-^ dent^ appointed Mrs« William Jackson, Mrs. Don Cheium and-Mrs. Joe FergusiMn to the auditing comniittee. Mrs. Johnson also showed the awards earned by the club at the district convention attend* ed by Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mrs. Lewis Stephens and Mrs. Thomas WUsoii. Mrs. H<mard Johnson, social chairman, announced that the May 16 banquet will be held at the Gatefltburg Holiday Inn. Junior club members present were Mrs. DeWayne Sanburg, Mrs. Lawrence Moore, Mrs. Ronald Zam, and Mrs. Stewart Peterson. Woman's Club members present were Mrs. Harold Young, Mrs. Clarence Bennisoh, Miss Hortense Gehring and Mrs. R. R. Carlson. Others present, were Miss H i I m a Schenck, Oak Park; Mrs. Irma iBsders, Lincoln, .and Mrs. Rex Hopkins, Knoxville. Hostesses were Mrs. Joe Fergusson, Mrs. Jim Hutchcroft, Mrs. John Sutor, Mrs. Kenneth Martin and Mrs. Dick Johnson. Serving hondrs were accorded Mrs. Vittum. 1 6d lesburg Regi ^tef"Mai I, Gojesbur Thui'sd fiaiiness Servke-^Y pRAPenisa — Cuitorh mAde. Will rellne aiid alter M tm Wit. ftm «stifnat «8. Work gUaranteedl. Mary yair, 714 Mulbarry. Sit-mt. RfePAtH and HemodeilAt ii «ntra«< tor. Sldlnr carjpentry. e«ineAt work, tuoklnt, baa*ftient water* proofint, roofing, gutter ins, painting. rra«_ ettimates. Work ^aranf«|dj^ Albert Briggt, Ml. I. .sji I S.7S I i,ao I 6.13 I 4J0 I 1. I S.76 , I 7,S4 I S.a4 I 2.13 CArd of Thanki. In MtmorUm, Lodgi NotlCHUj^OUi^r Nouces, i CASH RATE^Applies when ad is piid within S days from data of CttVWlDE XltJfifitSH REMOVAL We furnish metal containers for apts.. business offices, stdres and factories. 1 cubic yard thru 80 cubic yard sizes. We rent flatbed trucks cr containers for tteip Wilited - AeCOtm ¥AM¥: Light ItidtiitHai. ff) charte of dept. uhdet comptrdl^ l«r. Also take a btiMik^in pertdfi- nei and direcirns office work oner in a while. Growth spot. i7JM. UfgentI call Rich, 341t4112. Wittie, Pryor it smith P^sonnel. I . '1 - one st6p spring cleanup, rem<yd- elini or Honey Do special pro!-* ects. Call low bidder Bill. 342- ast UiseHion. HI Memoria 2 Abingdon MRS. GBRALDmC BAUVR Correspondent RFD St. Aujgitine,>Ill. Phone Fire Put Out In Abingdon; List Services ABINGDON - The Abingdon Fire Department responded to an alarm Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. to extinguisli a grass fire near the Docey-EKw Club near Lake Bracken. r b Lydian Class of the Christian Church will have a bake sale at Morty Stegall's Satur* day. L • Rev. Joseph C. O'Connor Hunt will be the speaker at the conununity Easter sunrise service at the Assembly of God Church at 6 a.m. The annual community Easter breakfast will follow the service, and tickets must be purchased in advance. Men's Fellow* Tri-Oounty will meet at Gerlaw ship Christian Church Wednesday at 7 p.m. Tickets may be obtained from Sid Smith. An Easter egg hunt will be held for children of the Berean Baptist Church following junior church at 507 N. Swarts St. Christian Church will have two Easter morning services. Hours will be 8:30 and 10:50 ^ a.m. Abingdon homemakers will sponsor a craft show and sale AiN*il 30 from 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. at the Congregational Church. Persons interested in renting table space should contact Mrs. Stanley dinger, Galesburg Route 3. MANY! MANY! Dress CQSUOI The Entire Fomily Complfft Forniol Wtor Rtntal Please Have Yov Formal Wear for Proms Ordered 2 Weeks in Advance. OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT J Mtn's & Boy'f Wfor & Shoff ABINGDON For The Entire Family 9 Nursing Program Is Set May 8 Two members of the staff of Evanston hospital will present a program on primary nursing care May 8 at Galesburg State Research Hospital's auditorium. A coffee and registration will start at 9:30 a.m.* and sessions will be held from 10 a.m.-noon and 1-3 p.m. June Werner, chairman of the Evanston hospital's department of nursing, and Olga Church, clinical specialist, will be featured speakers. The program was originally scheduled for April 10, but was cancelled R«w Sugfti tttd VUamUii N»tur«l roods. Oilf, Flouts. Sold At... 239 E. lUla. XaoxTUlo ll«OUtRSi Mrs. Pearl E.—In mem- dttd Sr^at iMndmothcr who passed away fo year* afo, April 19. 1983. Mr. aild Mrs. Dick Shreeves Mr. iind Mrs. Lester L. Sh»»eves, ^ KnoxviUe, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Don D. McCoy and Family FRAXCSf Glenn — In loving memory of husband, father, grandfather and brother who passed away 1 year ago today, April 19, 1972. Gone is the face we loved so dear, SUent is the voice we loved to hear; Too far away for sight or speech, But not too far for thought to reach. Sweiet to remember him who was h^re, Who, gone away, is Just as dear; Wife, Sons. Grandchildren and Sister 1134. 24 years of experiences. '• • • • ' • Moving <* Storase-^^ STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Peiina.—343-9149 ChUd Car«»-»ll Notices - Special - Per8onal --5 APPLY A LITTLE PETROLEUM JELLY to tops of glue botUes to niake cap removal easy later on. Looking for a new car? Shop today's CI 7181. liassified Ads. Phone 343- LOSE WEIGHT aafely & ft at with X-11 Diet Plan .IgOO.. RKWCE Excess Fluids with X-Pel $3.00. Money Back Guarantee at Osco Drug. ; LEG CRAMPS Don't lose sleep at night with leg cramps. Get quick relief with CALPLUS Capsules. CALPLUS is avaUable 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 Lost and Found—< DIAPER bag lost in route from Pine St; to Monmouth Blvd. Blue print with black trim, 343-1024. GIRLS Galesburg High School class ring lost. IniUals D.P. 1973. Reward. 342-0743. , BOY'S Bicycle Found — Near Fremont and Henderson. Owner may have by Identifying and paying for ad. 343-2605 after 5. Business Service—7 1 GARDEN TILUNG BUI Swank — 342-3684 HOUSE painting — interior and exterior. Free estimate. Call after 5:30 PJM. Phone 462-3986. GARDEN TILLING — Rolling, aerating, powerr aklng and fertilizing. England Lawn Se Garden Service. Phone 343-7049. QUAUTY 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 PRICTS On Chimneys - Foundations Free Estimates G. A. Simpson, 343-0437 DYKE'S TYPEWRrnCR SERVICE. cleaning and repair. 1571 Beecher Ave. 3&*8608. Free pickup. PAINTING — Interior and axterior. For free estimates CaU 342-3996 ansrtime. WHITE ROCK DRIVEWAY SERVICE E. J. MARTIN-342^21 BABYSITTER needed in my home, 1 child IVa yrs. old, hours 8 to 8; to provide own transportation desirable but not necessary; Westport area. References needed. Ph. 342*8018 after 8. WANTED: Live in Babysitter for one year old chUd. Must like children, be of good character and references. CaU 289-2443 between 8 A.M. and 10 A.M. • 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. • BABYSITTER needed in my home to begin at 3:30. Variable hours Monday-Friday. CaU 483-8151, Oneida. FULL TIME service station help, must be 21 or older. Vem's Standard Service, 780 W. Main. Help Wanted - Male-11 WAITED: Driver salesman for Pepsi Cola Route. 52 weeks per year, no layoffs. Good opportunity for man willing to work. Paid insurance, holidays and vacation. Age 23 to 40. High school or equivalent. Inquire in person G&Mf Distributors, Inc., 343 S. Kellogg. 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, 343-6141. I'M STILL LOOKING for a Management Trainee for a local giant in 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. Wittie, 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. FULL TIME maintenance man needed. Apply Sheraton Motor Inn. ARtA COMPANY is olferint a sttioA m production mgmt. This could be a move up for you, into a new trowing diviaion of a national company. Cdhitruction ^ background helpful. Call Rich, 342-1112, Wittie, Pryor & Smith Personnel. ^ - -- -- - - - - - - • • • ^ALES trainee, learn all lines of insurance business, $680 per mo. salary, plus commission. Excel- leftt fringe benefits. Call 343-9077. SALES: Work as assistant to manager in establsihed territory to learn ag. products. Salary $10,000 plus expenses. Call Jim Scatter- g ood. 342-1112. Wittie, Pryor & mith Persohnel. LOCAL manufacturer of large off highway equipment has openings for experienced Mlg and flux core WELDERS and T U R R E T LATHE operators. Apply in person, 8 A.M. to 3 P.M. Monday thru Saturday. KRESS CORP. Illinois St. Brimfield. lU. SELL test equipment to engineers. Will train person with some college. $9,000. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112. Wittie. Pryor & Smith WAMtiUiiltef im^ jit. JHy tof Good wages to reliable party. write Bdx 814, care GalesbUrg Rfegister-Maih KITCHEN help wanted* both &hiti^, day or night. Phone 343^6313 for app't. _j ^ Personnel. FULL or part time worker needed 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. Wittie. Pryor & Smith Personnel. PARTIAL LISTING VARIETY OF POSITIONS MECH'L. ENGR.—Area Corp. desirous of person looking to grow! _ , $15,000 SAFETY Er>JGR.—Great spot in area Corp.! $14,000 IND. ENGR.—Career position 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 — Expansion has developed this immediate opening! $8,500 TOOL & DIE MAKER—Fine 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! Co. offers additional training. $7,800 DRAFTSMAN—Prestige job for career seeker. Mech'l design $7,500 MAINT. MAN-^I^cal plant offers spot with variety! $7,400 FOREMAN—Be a leader with local Co. Supervise friendly crew! $7,400 DRAFTSMAN TRAINEE — Area Engr. firm will train person with high school basics. $6,240 CaU Bob Tilton, 342-1112 Wittie. Pryor & Smith Personnel Help HVanted - Female—12 WAtTRiesSES wanted--«xperience not necessary. 10 AtM. to 2 P.M. or 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. 6 days a week. No phone calls. Apply in person Soangetaha country Club. MEDICAL Receptionist. Compensation generous and eommensurate to experience ahd ability. Fringe benefits including pension fund. profit sharing and Insurance. Write Box 816, care Galesburg Register-Mail. WAITRESS WANTED T" L Please apply in person or phone for appointment, 342- 601S, 2200 N. Henderson St. CLUB 19 MOTHEHS I need one sharp womaft to hire and train toy demertltra- tors for the Playhouse Toy Co.. June to December. World's largest toy distributors. Free training, work mostly fTo^m your home. Opporturdtg ior husband to earn extra wftpney delivering merchandise in company truck. Write Cathy Kepchar. 4052 Indiana St., Gary. Ihd. 46409. * . Help Wanted - Male, FeMa1e-13 Hen- PRODUCTION FOREMAN 1. Must have 2 years experience In metal fabrication or woodworking. 2. Day shift. 7 to 3:30 p.m. 3. Salary position with excellent fringe benefits. Apply Personnel Office ROWE MFG. CO. PART TIME or full time, days. Good wages. Apply in person. . Arby's Roast Beef, 1661 N. derson. NOW taking applications for concession girls and cashiers. Apply in person between 7 and 9. West Theatre. WAITRESS WANTED Apply at Marties, 57 S, Cherry AVON, TO BUY OR SELL, CALL 342-1622 or write Avon Manager. P.O. Box 1385, Galesburg, lU. 61401. WAITRESS WANTED APPLY Harbor Lights Supper Club HIGH school or college students, we are preparing for "^ufhmer. Apply In person Arby*S'Roast Beef. 1661 N. Hendersort. DISHWASHER WANTED CLUB 19 2200 N. Henderson—342-fe'^l'5 ' HELP WANTED, factory isro ^uc- tion workers, 1st and 2nd shift, tool and die makers, millwright, and production coordlnawr.'Jlowe Mfg.. 614 W. Third. Gajp^burg. Apply at personnel office"^HELP WANTED, full arltf part, time. Apply In person, fjfostop Drive In, 801 E. Main. Knoxvllle. HELP WANTED, full and part time. Apply in person. Lfncoln St. A&W. PIZZA MAKER, experience not necessary. Apply in perAbn, Martie's, 57 S. Cherry. DUE TO expansion and relocation of store personnel, we necdnl experienced Hi-Fi salesman * and X counter girl. Apply in pfets6rt, LaSalle Electronics. 240 S;- Seminary The Illinois State Employment Service has' ^ Immediate Opeoiogs in the following fiej^: PRODUCTION WORKERS ENGINEERING TECHNlfclAN MECHANICAL ENGINEER , WELDERS, ARC DESK CLERK .uor. ASSISTANT SHOP FOREMAN MILLWRIGHT TOOL & DIE REPAIR FOUNDRY WORKER AUTO MECHANIC DRAFTSMAN CANTONESE COOK MANAGER TRAINEE SURVEYOR TIRE REPAIRMAN ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTSMAN Cl 1-- <T1 t ^1 1 1; . — n Apply Illinois State^^ Employment Service 272 EAST SIMMONS STREET GALESBURG, ILLINOIS_ WANTED — Experienced Real Estate Sales Person. We pay top commissions and offer top advertising, secretarial service, office facilities, and require a minimum in sales from our sales personnel. Call Anthony B. Lischwe. Realtor. 343-1165. GIRL FRIDAY — Be right hand to this busy executive in small con- LQCAL Cable TV Co. n?ieds sales genial office. $4,680. Call Lynn people full or part time. Call be- Breeze, 342-1112, Wittie, Pryor & tween 8 A.M. and 5 PJ^/weekWANTED: Man for part time ship- Smith Personnel. ping clerk from 8 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. Good hourly wage. Midwest Beauty Supply, 1050 £. Losey St. Galesburg. 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. , GARDEIN TILLING Jim Kohtz, 342-0446 Hiah School Student 18 ^ars old, immediate openings for production work. Second shift. 3:30 to 11:30 P.M. ^Ply^ personnel office, Rowe SALES — EXECUTIVE TYPE Ideal Qualifications, children, own home, five years in area, college graduate, outside sales, earning over $7,500 a year. How do you measure up? Starting salary plus plan to pay substantial extra Income as earned. Two-year professional training program. Rapid advancement for industrious, ambitious individual. Lifetime Income after 20 years. Family group benefits. Write Box 817. care Galesburg Register-Mail. An Equal Opportunity Empioyer—M&F. _ Hauling heavy Taking Applications for WAITRESSES Will need 6 waitresses soon. Call Mr. Peck for appointment. 343-5151 HUDDLE INN 3 PCRSONS for telephone sales work. Experience helpful but not as important as pleasant ikhone voice. Also 2 persons for light delivery work. Must have car and know area. 343-5711, ask for Mr. Saxerud. days for app't, 342-2161. COUPLE WANTED to manage medium size motel. Live in. Towne House Motel North, 1901 North Morton Ave., Morton, UK DESK Clerk needed at Hoiel Custer, Apply in person, Kellogg and Simmons. ^ WANTED — People interested In 2nd or 3rd income working part- time out of their home.' Earning from $100 to $1,000 a month. For a "No ObUgation" interview call 343-6868. Employment Wante^l4 IRONINGS DONE, will plcl^ up if necessary. Phono 343-0383.. SEMI-DHIVER REMODELING room addition. Custom camper cabinets and landscaping. Call 343*3946. l^WN ROLLING E. J. MARTIN-342-0521 equip. At least 1 year seml-drlv- ing exp. Good driving record. Gone 5 days at a time. It not interested in year around work— don't call. Phone 482-5502. FULL time or permanent part time waitress. Don't be airaid to answer this ad if you want to make big money, you'll be judged on initiative, appearance and ability to get along with other people rather than experience. Northgate Lounge. Ask for Jack Enes, call 343-8645 before 5 P.M. 3426415 after 7 P.M. Business Opportunityrrn INVESTIGATE _ Before You INVEST The Galesburg Register-Mail attempts to determine the reliability of the advertise64n all ads requiring an investment. It cannot, however, guarantee all such offers. We recommen*4hat you INVESTIGATE fuUif before investing. WANTED: Experienced livestock trailer driver, if not experienced HELP wanted, housekeeping dept.. DEALER LUSON'S Refrigeration & Appliance SERVICE — 342-2567 Expert diagnosis need not apply. See Cecil Miller, Alexis or call 482-3919. Permanent POSITION Opening: . position in local shoe store for | RECEPTIONIST 5 days per week Including week- PART TIME TO START—feXPAND ends. Apply between 8 and 3 XO FULL TIME IT YOU SO DE- weekdays, Sheraton Motor Inn. SIRE. — Light pleasant work, no Excitement, ver- selling or soliciting. A smell in- CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam, No long drying period. Ron's Steamllner, 3424232. full time employee. Apply In writing — all replies confidential. Our employees know of this ad. Write Box 818, care of Galesburg Register-Mall. satllity offered with' this down- vestment (fuUy secured by Inven- town company. A liking for peo- tory and ^ eouipment) will bring pie and some typing will assure from $100 to $150 a week arid more, you this spot. $4,470 and all bene- This is NOT vending or f^f^s. ORDER NOW FOR SPRING Seamless Gutter Aluminum Sc Galvanized White Painted Old Gutter cleaned and repaired. Home Owned Machine. FREE ESTIMATE D. J. BUSSE Phone 342-6863 SHOP WHERE THE BARGAINS ARE THE CLASSIFIED ADS ASSISTANT SCHEDULER 1—Operate Trlax storage control panels. 2—Maintain inventory filing system of In process goods. 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 Employment Opportunity Employer fits. Call Lynn Breeze, 342-1112 WU^lCj, Pryor &c Smith Personnel CASHlM-RECEPflONISt 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 CREDIT THRIFT OF AMERICA. 351 E. Main. Galesburg. LADY wanted for general housecleaning. Must do excellent work. Information strictly confidential. Write Cleaning, P.O. Box 902, Galesburg. SECRETARY — Prestige Company offers an opportunity for the outgoing gal who enjoys recognition for a job well done. Benefits and $390. Call Lynn Breeze. 342-1112, Wittie. Pryor & Smith Personnel. Help Wanted - Male-H Help Wanted-Male-ll For complete information call MR. WHITE collect AC 314-426-6916 or Write Dept. P. Marketing Specialists. Inc. 10432 Page. St. Louis, Mtf; 63132 FOR SALE; Small, established recreational equipment sales and service business. Good potential for young men with Outdoor sports and mechanical Interests. Very reasonable capital required. Write Box 806, care G^e&burg Register-Mail. . BE YOUR OWN BOSS Unlimited opportunity In light manufacturing, garage type'op- eration. Ideal tor part tim^ but could go full ^ time. Protected territories; established n^U^n^l accounts. Up to |45 an ppur. possible $18,000 a year income or more. Investment $5,839. LeFran iuduulacturing. Inc.. Moline. 111. Ask for Mr. Luklns. CaU collect. A/C 309-764 Sales Opportunity Well established Mobile Home dealer will add one salesman to staff. Oiaracter, intelligence, sales ability, and willingness to learn the Mobile Home business more important than past Mobile Home sales experience. Only PROFESSIONAL Salesman considered. Pay 'end opportunities discussed at interview. Call for appointment 342-1151 Money to toaii « Waiited-*ll WE MAKE GJ. FHA and FHA Section 235 government subsidy loans. Call Colonial liorUage Co.. A. B. Lischwe. 4111%$^ Galesburg Bldg. 343-X|68.^^, ^ FOR any kind of automobile, trailer, boat or motorcycle Insurance, call Lischwe Insurance, 411 B%nk of Galesburg Bldg.. 343-1165 or 59 E. Simmons St.. 342-1187^ (Continued on Pago^^ ' w • ISi ^iiiiiMrflMilMiAlal Advertising ^al S4S-7181 ^ Offtei ttovas: M<xid«y U««,ih T,^^^ ^ ^

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