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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, April 26, 1973
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Jayne Denies Ordering Death of His Rival Brother CHICAGO (UPl) - Wealthy horseman Silas Jayne testified at his trial in Cook County Criminal court Wednesday that he did not order the October, 1970, execution of his brother, George, a rival in the horse- breeding business. Silas Jayne, 65, Julius Barnes, 39, and Joseph LaPlaca, 50, are charged with murder and conspiracy in the slaying of Jayne's younger brother. Jayne was the last of the three defendants to take, the stand and, following his testimony, the defense rested. Silas Jayne, testifying on his own behalf, contradicted testimony of the state's star witness, Melvin Adams, who had told the court that Silas Jayne had financed the slaying of George Jayne, Adams, originally a defendant in the case, has been granted immunity from prosecution For Extortion in return for his testimony. Me has testified that Silas Jayne paid 130,000 to have his brother murdered, that LaPlaca had been the chief recruiter in the murder-for-hire plot and that Barnes fired the shot that killed Jayne while the victim played cards with his family in the basement of his suburban Inverness home. Adams said he had been hired to commit the murder and in turn hired Barnes as the triggerman. Under questioning by defense attorney F. Lee Bailey, Silas Jayne denied he had any public arguments with his slain brother since 1961, but that they had argued over drugging of horses during competition at horse shows. He said George stopped coming to the family Christmas dinners in 1961, but that a 1967 family peace meeting was held in the home of his sister and Grade Schoolers Receive Sentence WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. (UP!) — Two alleged third- grade extortionists were sien- tenced to terms in juvenile detention centers Wednesday and another placed on probation by Judge Abner Alexander in a closed juvenile hearing. The three were found to be juvenile delinquents. They had been accused of using threats and beatings to force t\yo 8- year-old classmates to pay them an estimated $750 to $1,000 over the past eight months. The 10-and 11-year-old defendants were sentenced to detention centers, with the length of their terms to be decided by Dean- (Continued from page 1) by Jeb Stuart Magruder, former White House aide and then deputy campaign manager, but were not reported to the General Accounting Office. 'We Were Suspicious...' Ed Turner, vice president for news and public affairs of Metromedia, said in Washington that "we were suspicious that the mail was being loaded since the flood of identical postcards came in during the FIX BROKEN DENTURES^! RES^^ Athomainminiitos AmuinK new QiUk«FIx fixes broken plates, fills in the cracks and replaces teeth Uke new. Fast I Easy to use 1 No special tooU needed. nillK-FlY* Works every time or W****^ four moov back. OsstirslUpsirni officials at the center, based on conduct. The youngest was placed on probation. He was 9. Sources said two of the youths entered innocent pleas and took the stand to deny their guilt. The third was said to have stood mute before the court, and an innocent plea was entered in his behalf. Lt. Jay W. Trivette of the Forsyth County sheriff's department said the three began taking lunch money of the two victims last fall, and then began demanding larger and larger amounts. The two victims, he said, finally resorted to stealing money from their parents to pay the other youths. last two days of the poll." According to sworn grand jury testimony, G. Gordon Liddy, the principal person convicted thus far in the bugging and finance counsel for the re-election committee at the time, had plans and funds budgeted for intelligence-gathering against leading Democrats in the Washington area and in Miami Beach. Some time ago, a source close to the FBI investigation said that Liddy had persons "in place"—apparently for sabotage—as early as 1971 while he was still on the White House staff. The source said Liddy had been assigned to gather intelligence about possible disruption of the GOP national convention and also to place observers in key cities where strong protests against Nixon might develop. that, after the meeting, he and his brother were "very friendly." Earlier Wednesday, LaPlaca had taken the witness stand and, point by point, contradict* ed Adams' testimony. Adams said LaPlaca had recruited him to kill George Jayne and had driven him around Inverness on surveillance missions before the murder. LaPlaca denied ever having seen George Jayne or having been around George Jayne's Inverness home. LaPlaca admitted going on trips to Houston and New Orleans with Adams in 1970, but denied Adams' statement that the trips were undertaken in attempts to murder George Jayne. On Monday Barnes testified that he had no part in the killing and that he confessed to the slaying after being offered $12,500 by Adams. Township- (Continued from page 2) Board and Rep. A. T. McMaster, R-Oneida, questioned Izard about a rail line shown on the artist's drawing. McMaster owns land near the site of the proposed plant. Izard told the board that 90 per cent of the coal would go out by rail over a line supplied either by the Burlington Northern or the Rock Island Lines. McDonald's quesition concerning possible condemnation of land for the rail line drew a lau^ from the audience and a response oif "I'm not certain" from Izard. IN A LATER statement Joe Toohill, counsel for the coal company, said that nunes have the statutory right to condemn land for railroad right of way. He said he would research the question and provide mformation in a statement to be filed with the board. McDonald also questioned Izard on the availability of power for operation of the plant in the face of shortage to farmers for such purposes as grain drying. Izard said power companies have assured the mining firm there would be a sufficient supply of power for the plant. The question of the rail line and the possibility of pollution surfaced several times during the day-long hearing, both in testimony and in questions from the full-house crowd at the town hall. DURING Masterson's testimony, he said that the present tipple site is in a conservation district and is a nonconforming use. The tipple was built in 1964 prior to the adoption of the 1967 zoning law. 5EIBERLING • Built of Dynacor Rayon belts to stabilize the traad for long mlleaga and improved traction. • Dynacor Rayon cord body absorbs road shoclts and gives added protection against penetration. • Wide, 78-series, 5-rib tread design for long mileage and traction. WHITEWALLS 2 $>4O00 C78-13 plus $2.01 F.E.T. ptr tiie and two tracts^ tint. 1 2 For 1 FET SU« 1 Flics 1 Tiis Size 2 For 1 Pries 1 FET Tirs C78-13 1 $48.00 1 ^.01 1 J78-14 1 $60.00 1 $3.02 C78-14 1 50.00 1 2.11 1 F78-15 1 54.00 i 2.54 E78-14 1 52.00 | 2.31 1 G78-15 1 56.00 1 2.73 F78-14 1 54.00 | 2.50 1 H78-15 1 58.00 I 2.96 G78-14 1 56.00 | 2.67 1 J78-15 1 60.00 | 3.12 H78-14 1 58.00 ! 2.94 1 L78-15 1 62.00 1 3.31 AU print plut FXT. PIT tiri ind 2 tnMi tint. 6EIBERUNG FESLER TIRE CENTER 120 N. CHAMBERS 342-4891 HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 7:30 \M.-6 P.M. Sat. 7:30 A.M.-4 P.M. ClAiiittcd Advertisihg DitdSIMlSl dft tee HOURS: Monday through rrid^-^p^ Eliectf>» March i. 1971 words .. 7 ^dey* 4-day8 1 -day 1^20 I 5.81 I 3.7« I 1.50 21-M I 6.13 I 4.20 I 1.6» 26-30 .1 "O .l^ I 4.49 j l .l2 31-35 7.84 I 5.24 I 2.13 Blind Ad Charge—SOc card of ThanKs, In Memoriam, Lodge Nottcesi Other Notices, 1 Ujch or les8 ^$2 .75. CASH RATE-'Applles when ad is paid within 8 days from date of last insertion. Card of Thanks-l I WANT to thank all those who sent cards, flowers or made telephone calls or visits while I was In Cottage hospital. Also to the nurses on first floor, those in coronary care unit and to Dr. Willcutts for their kind care. May Ood bless you. W. C. (Bill) McKee In Memoriam -^2 JOHNSON, Alvin P. — In loving memory of our husband, father and grandfather, who passed away one year ago today, April 26, 1972. One year has passed since that sad day When the one we loved was called away, Many a lonely heartache, often a silent tear, But always a beautiful memory Of the one we loved so dear. Wife, Florence Lorraine and Family Alvin Jr. and Family BMI1W8S Service ->-7 Goiesburg Rearster-Mail, Gdlesburg, III. Thursdoy, April 26, I97|^3S Help waited-Milt^ll | Help Wanted * Female^M | Bmptosmiitt Wiii «|-^4 GARDEN PLOWING Ralph Sargent, 342-8049 GAR0KN plowing, lawn grading, endloader work. Phone 343-3946. GARDEN TILLING JlmKohtz, 342-0446 WOMAN Painter — 12 year A Art Student. Neat and efficient. Interior — some exterior. Removing paint, washing walls, vamish- ing, patching. $2.S0 hr. Excellent references, 343-2796. GARDEN TILLING Bill Swank — 342-5684 HOUSE painting — Interior and exterior. Free estimate. Call af- teP 5:30 P.M. Phone 462-3986. BUILDING, remodeling and ail types of Home repair. Phone 3433946. LAWN ROLLING E. J. MARTIN-342^521 CARPET CLEANING. Dii't is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamliner, 3424232. WHITE ROCK DRIVEWAY SERVICE E. J. MARTIN-342-0521 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 HOME Improvement, any type. Basement waterproofing, carpenter work, roofing, guttering, and painting. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. 343-9563. Notices - Special - Personal—5 BRIGHTEN ALL MIRRORS QUICKLY with a cloth dampened with spirits of camphor. Find buyers fast for idle Items with a Classified Ad. Phone 343-7181. LOSE WEIOHT safely & fast with X -n DM Plan $3.00. REDUCE Excess Fluids with X-Pel 83.00. 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 available on a money back guarantee at your pharmacy. Lost and Found—6 PAIR man's glasses with inscription Roljert Miller, found in KnoxvUle. Phone 375-6734. WHITE male poodle lost around 2nd and Seminary Sts. Name- Harry. Reward. CaU 343-0829. Business Service—7 GARDEN TILLING — Rolling, aerating, powerr aking and fertilizing. England Lawn & Garden Service. Phone 343-7049^ DYKE'S TYPEWRITER SERVICE, cleaning and repair. 1571 Beecher Ave. 342-6603. Free pickup. 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. THE CLASSIFIED NUMBER 3437181 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. Call low bidder Bill, 3421134. 24 years of experiences. Moving - Storage—8 STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 Child Care-10 RELIABLE babysitter needed in my home Immediately. Must have excellent references. Must love children. Responsibilities are to care for 1 small child. 342-8018 after 5 P.M. • RELIABLE person to babysit in my home. Approve. 25 hours a week. References. North end. Write Box 829, care Galesburg Register-Mall STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. Kellogg Opens6:30 —Ages2to6 •S4r Programmed Activities if Supervised Play <r Nutritious Meals •ir Air Conditioned ir State Licensed 342-3060 Open all Summer RK'TAIL shoe Manager yftiMid. Experienced preferred. G«iod salary, paid vacation, good wbfking conditions. Write Box^KW, care Galesbufg Register-Mail. „ „ . CONCESSION boys wanted. Apply in person Galesburg Drive-In Theati^. , CONSTRUCTION men wanted. Pole barn type buildings. Experience helpful but not necessary. Year round employment. Company paid insurance and holidays. Apply In person, WIckes Bldgs., Highway 41 South. SALES and Service: Worldwide firm offers local opening for bright trainee. Precision Machinery. Salary 85 ,200 plus commissions. Pull company benefits. Call Jiin Scattergood, 342-1112. Wittle, Pryof & Smith Personnel. SALfi»LADY Permanent full time saleslady, over 25 yrs. of age. Sales experience helpful but not neces- FRANKEL'S 232 E. Main St. — Galesburg. HI. CLEANING LADY Needed 1 or 2 days per week. Phone 343-2418_or_342-7084^ AVON, TO BUY OR SELL, CALL 342-1622 or write Avon Manager. P.O. Box 1385, Galesburg, 111. 61401. JOURNEYMAN Experienced in all phases of maintenance work, strong electrically. ATTRACTIVE SALARY Excellent fringe l)enefits, steady employment. Send summary in confidence to Max Hasbrouck or contact Iowa Industries, Inc. (Champion Spark Plug Co.) Box 306, Burlington, la. 52601. An equal opportunity employer. WHOLESALE Sales: Coffee makers and related items to small business, 87,200 plus commissions and benefits. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, WltUe, Pryor & Smith Personnel. SALES: Regional manager to sell seed corn through farm dealers. Bonus and expenses plus $12,000. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. HONDA MECHANIC Volume dealer needs mechanic/ service manager combination. Excellent program and fringe benefits. Established dealer. Year 'round work. Call collect for Interview, Harry Stein, Peoria. 692-3200. ASSISTANT Controller: Supervise, hire and train In accounting section, $7,800. Call Rich Ankeney, 342-1112. Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. WANTED: 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&M Distributors, Inc., 343 S. Kellogg. ASSISTANT Production Manager: In plant growth spoti Construction background helpful. S9.600. Call Rich, 342-1112. Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. TRAFFIC Manager Trainee: Learn industrial shipping and receiving. Great future $6,500. Call, Rich. 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. PRODUCTION Control Trainee: Learn to schedule and expedite, $6,800. Call Rich Ankeney, 3421112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. 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. CONCESSION girls Wanted. Apply in person. Galesburg DMve-In Theatre. I'ADY to care for elderly lady 9 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. Calf after 7 P.M. 342-4453. LADY for housecleaning, more" for home than wages. Phone 342-5746. WOMAN waht« hottii, otliok and ^jng cleaning by the fmit. 342- MAN Wants empldymeht to care for elderly people. Experienced nurse's aide and will do tboking. Live In. Reasonable wagaa References. Wflte Box 9mi care Galesburg Register-Mall, y IRONING done, 10c a piece or $3 a basket. Will pick up it necessary. Call 343-0383. ' WANTED—Lawns to mow % Knox and Wat'ren County aream Prefer country lawns. Reas6nabl«> Phone 563-9558, . « SHARP girl able to deal with the public needed for a PART-TIME secretarial position. Must be able to type a minimum of 40 WPM and be free to work full-time in absence of full-time secretary. This is a permanent position. Ideal for someone who does not want full-time work. Write Box 826, care Galesburg Register-Mail, stating qualifications and starting hourly salary requirements, PART TIME waitress from 11 A,M, to 1 or 2 P,M, Apply In person between 1 and 4 P,M, Mr, Quick, 914 N, Henderson St, LADY for full time morning work. Apply in person, mornings only. Bakers Dozen Donut Shop, Grand & Whitesboro. GENERAL Office — If you like figures but desire variety, this small friendly office will appeal to you. $347 plus benefits. Call Lynn Breeze, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. RECEPTIONIST — Some typing and a liking for people will assure you this exciting spot, $325. Call Lynn Breeze, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. FOR the secretary looking for more responsibility, challenge and fun. Work with sharp, pleasant chief executive, plan own work, help with special projects, attend various meetings, $5,500 and up. Benefits. Call Lynn Breeze. 342-1112, Wittle. Pr.vor & Smith Personnel. GRANDVIEW RESTAURANT Night Waitress, 3 nights a week. Must be 16, Apply in person. CAREER Insurance secretary. Excellent opportunity, $400-$550 to start. Must be experienced In general Insurance agency work. Moving expenses paid. Send resume to P.O. Box 29, Galesburg, III. or call 343-1160, 2-6 WANTED by May 15th. Woman to live in and care for invalid lady. Good, modern home, no laundry or heavy work. Good wages. Permanent, References required, 4653524 or write Box 266, Avon, 111, 61415, PART TIME day waitress. Apply In person, Lincoln St, A&W, WAITRESS WANTED Apply at Marties, 57 S, Cherry High School Student 18 Years old, Immediate openings for production work. Second shift, 3:30 to 11:30 P,M, Apply personnel office, Howe Mfg, Co, BABYSITTER willing to take responsibility Friday thru Sunday, Middle-aged or older. References, 342-5389, BABYSITTER wanted for 4 yr, old boy, 3rd shift from 12 A,M,-8 A,M, Wednesday through Sunday in my home. Must be 21. Phone 342-7220, Help Wanted-Male-ll NEED top notch auto mechanic with management ability for full time service station work. Good salary for right man. Also need part time station attendant. Write Box 830, care Galesburg Register- Mail, MAN wanted at local auto supply store for sales and installation work. Must be neat appearing and reliable. Good starting salary plus commission for the right man. Apply at Gebhart Stores, 587 E. Main, Galesburg, 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, i 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 Employer—M&F. WANTED: Experienced livestock trailer driver, if not experienced need not apply. See Cecil Miller, Alexis or call 482-3919. FULL time or permanent part time, waitress. Don't be afraid 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 .'J43-8645 before 5 P.M. 3426415 alter 7 P.M. YOUNG man, with mechanical abll- Ities, looking for opportunity with reliable firm. Auto and light truck experience. Would also consider training in motorcycle field. Have references. Phone 486-3609 or write Box 218, Londori Mills, Instruction—15 PIANO Instruction, very , young students as well as adults. Beginning or advanced, Also group recorder lessons, 342-2771 after 3:30. MUSIC teacher who loves children scheduling piano, organs ' guitar and accordion students, Will accept mentally handicapped also. Phone 343-1681. Business Opportunity—17 INVES-nCATE Before You INVEST' The Galesburg ReglsterrMail attempts to determine the reliability of the advertiser in all ads requiring an investment. It cannot, however, guarantee all such offers. We recommend that you INVESTIGATE fully before investing. Exclusive High Profit Service Business developed over past 17 years. Unlimited potential for owner-manager. Total Price $27,900.00 — Down Payment of $7,900.00. Balance can be financed If you qualify. WRITE BOX 828 7o Galesburg Register-Mall All replies confidential. WANTED — People who want to earn from $100 to $1,000 a month part time, in their home, write Box 4, Hill. Ill, BE YOUR OWN BOSS Unlimited opportunity in light manufacturing, garage type operation. Ideal for part time but could go full time. Protected territories; established national accounts. Up to $45 an hour, possible $18,000 a year income or more. Investment , $5,839, LeFran Manufacturing, ' Inc., Moline, 111. Ask for Mr. Lukins. Call collect. A/C 3p9-784-3786. Money lo Loan • Wanted—19 WE MAKE Gl, FHA and FHA Section 235 government . subsidy loans. Call Colonial Mortgage Co.. A. B. Llschwe, 411 Bank of Galesburg Bidg. 343-1165. Insurance—20 FOR any kind of automobile, traU- er. boat or motorcycle insurance, call Llschwe Insurance, 411 Bank of Galesburg Bldg.. 343-1165 or 59 E. Simmons St.. 342-1187, Good Things To Eat—21 NOW TAKING applications for cashiers and concession girls. Apply in person at the West Theatre after 7 P,M, DAY HELP wanted. Apply In person. Frostop Drive In, Knoxville, Help Wanted - Male, Female—13 ANGELO'S Italian Restaurant now taking applications for waitresses and kitchen help. Good tips and top wages. Call for appointment, 343-0213, DIXIE CREAM DONUTS Complete variety—Fresh dally. Discount prices on quantify' orders. Open Dally and Sunday 3 A.M.-6 P.M. 144 E, Main — Next to WalRreens, . . . Home Improvement—2& EKSTROM PLUMBING & Heating Sheet Metal Work Gutters — Down.epouts • Pretty Ttvosome LOCAL manufacturer of large off highway equipment has openings for experienced MIg and flux core WELDERS and TURRET LATHE operators. Apply In person, 8 A,M, to 3 P,M, Monday thru Saturday. KRESS CORP. Illinois St, Brimfield. Ill, ^ APPLIANCE serviceman wanted. Experience not necessary. Must be eager to learn. Vacation and retirement benefits. Write Box 824. care Galesburg Register-Mall, Help Wanted • Male—11 Help Wanted - Male-11 SALESMEN We are in need of a Salesman witii proven sales ability, wiio is not afraid of worlting long Iiours for above average income plus paid vacation, insurance and Demo car. If you are now selling and not content with your present job, come talk to us. We have a tangible product in demand which is not going out of style. Apply in person to Sales Mgr. Gary Sage LOUIS LAKIS FORD, Inc. Kellogg & Tompkins St. — Galesburg LOOK This is a sincere effort to place a good man for sales and service training in a lifetime position. 1—Vacation — Sink leave. 2—Free retirement income 3—Hospitalization 4—No experience necessary 5—$6,300 to $8,500 per yr. 6—Plenty of opportunities for advancement 7—Immedile openings in the Galesburg area. For more information write to ROLLINS, INC. Attn. Personnel Mgr., P.O. Box 3236, Peoria, 111. You will be contacted immediately. TECHNICAL OPPORTUNITIES ME—Heat transfer $14,000 IE>—Mfg. processes 13,000 Mfg, Engr.-Tool Design 12,000 SAFETY ENGR,—Ind, safety 11.500 FOREMAN—Sheet metal 10,000 FIELD REP,—Agriculture 10,000 MAINT, MAN—Local plant.. 8,000 TOOL & DIE—Day shift 8,000 MACHINI.ST—Mid-Size Co, . 8,000 DIESEL MECH.—No tools rofi. 7,800 APPI.IANCK REP.— Whitecoods T.fim D^AFTSMA^f--Dcsilm 7,!i00 FORK.'WAN THAINEE No rxp. rcq. 6„500 [NVENTOrtY CLKUK— Local e.^nn AUTO MECH.—Good basics 6,500 Call BOH TILTON. 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel HELP' WANTED: For "farm machinery set-up, used machinery repair. Full .time. CaU for appointment, John Fayhee Ac Sons, Prairie City — 309/775-3317, FULL or part time worker needed to start Immediately. No experience necessary. Phone 343-2106, An equal opportunity employer. WANTED: Men and women or married couples for direct sales work, 342-6854 days, RETIREB^ or other people who can work part time, day or night. Apply in person at 1081 Lincoln, Galesburg Independent Cab Co, HELP WANTED: Individual or family to live on farm at Oquawka, 111, and assume overall responsibility of day-to-day work. Modern 3 bedroom home with gas heat included. Call for appointment, John Fayhees & Sons, Prairie City, III, 309/775-3317, FULL TIME drivers, day and night. Apply in person, l081 Lincoln St,, Galesburg Independent Cab Co, X-RAY TECHNICIAN Immediate opening for a full time staff x-ray technician. Ours Is a new diagnostic x-ray department In a 250 bed hospital with both out patient and In patient referrals. Excellent working conditions with a liberal benefit program. Contact Mrs. Wilcox, Director of Personnel, Menonlte Hospital, 807 N. Main, Bloomlngton, III, 61701, Phone (309) 828-5241, Ext. 216. NOW taking applications for doorman. Apply in person West Theatre after 7 P.M. Help Wanted - Female—12 ST€fliCj^MflK4E MANAGER TRAINEE Needed for tremendous expansion program now underway throughout the company. BENEFITS INCLUDE Training salary — Major medical & life insurance. Fast advancement. One of the best profit sharing plans available with yearly bonus, QUALIFICATIONS NEEDED High School Education — Well groomed leadership — Desire to advance, FOR APPOINTMENT- CALL STEAK n SHAKE Phone 342-9533 WAITRESS WANTED Must he aggressive and willing to work. Apply KRESGE CO. 209 E. MAIN LOCAL Cable TV Co. needs sales people full or part lime. Call between 8 A.M. and ,'5 P.M, weekdays for app't. 312-2161. KITCHEN HKLP, hours 4 to 10 p.m., good waRcs. Apply In per- _jion, Friendly Cafe, E. Losey. JR. ACCOUNTING Immediate opening. Prefer degreed/cost accounting background. Send resume and salary requirements to Lehlgh- Leopold Furniture Co., 2825 Mt. Pleasant St., Burlington, la. 52601. 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 I)er.sonnel. Call Anthony B. Llschwe, Ileaitor. 313-1165. WANTED — People interested in 2nd or 3rd Income working part- time out of their home. Earning from $ino to $1,000 a month. For a "No Ohliaation" Interview call 343-6868. Employment Wanted—14 PERMANENT accounting job—Accounting major graduates In late May. Write P.O. Box 2007, Augiis- tana College. Rock Island, lUl. or 794-8371. Help Wanted - Male, Female—ISHelp Wanted - Male, Female-13 OPPORTUNITY A very old and well established family fraternal organization with over 1 million members in the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom Is seeking career-minded employees. YOU will earn ^SU to $400 per week under our unique (•ompensation system. YOU will also be eligible for monthly and quarterly bonuses, a hospitalization plan and out«tandlng pension fund, YOU win have excellent earnings, be a very respectable meiiiljer of yoia- community, and wlil be proud of the organization YOU represent. If you live in the Galesburg, Monmouth, Kankakee, Macomb area, and have a late model car, willing to work 40 hours a week, and want a better future for you and your family, and if a position with these factors linterest you I am interviewing FRIDAY. April 27th at tlie HOLIDAY INN. Galesburg at 10 A,M.. I PtM.. 4PM., and7 P,M. Aslc for MR. AiiS^ at the Desk, NOTE: Send PalUrn Ord«Tt!dl- r«cl lo New York, Waicta >d- drets below. Orders will ItDT be accepted at Galasbulg newri- papei oiflce, Enjoy admiring glances whe« you go out In twin capes. ' Whirl thru the seasons in-joop- stltch lace capes — crochet ".over cardboard or ruler. Use kmtting worsted in two colors. Kittern 969: girls' sizes 2-12; mlssp^ 8-18 included. , ^ SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS £o»«aoh pattern — add 25 cents for fo» each pattern for Air Mail and • Special Handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, Galesburg Register-Mail. Needlecraft Dept.. Box 161, Old Civelsea Station, New York, N.Y.; ^011. Print Pattern Number, Name? Ad- diasM. Zip. AU new lor 197}l Taib- ioo-Uupized Needlecrafx cattMOg— more knit, crochet styles, orafts. FREE DIRECTIONS . 75c NEWI Instant Money Book -^ake extra dollars at home from your crafts ' -'.$1.00 loslanl Cxochet Book .-.i-*^1.00 HaUpia Crochet Book n-^^-O'^ Inilaat OUt BMk ....!^.Sil .QO Complete AI«MB —^-S |tJ Museum (taiiU BMII > 15 OuUt* lei T94 »y iMli (Continued on

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