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It', • Export of Feed Grains Is Expected to Increase mMHomt (UPi) - His. ing HiWit praoiiOUoii around (he vMMid Hill Mng UJ. vtb^i exponi nem sMmi Qwni iroin tiie recofd levols ol the cur* i rent 1972-73 maSkMng year. : Sift expct^ <rf MvCMock feed ! grains, primarily com, are ex- l peeted to incnase. ' The foreoMto obme in ftn up^ ; dated iitmniary ol the worid ; grain trade outlook prepared by tile A0rlcuttui« Department's Agrisulttinl Service. Mid changes in the :^lvorld supply since their last ^Analysts in mtdJanuaiy had «been "only noderate." t' Based on oondltdons as ol r «AprU 1, the report said that if ^-mdjor producing countries get normal weather this year, In* creased pmduction can be eX' pected in ireas IndtMtttg the U.S., RussiA And Australia. A minor increase wss projected for OanadA aMhough praseason moisture conditions Ihefs wers said to be belomr normal. Olie report added that if the growing season is normal, there may be "slight" reductions In imports in Europe and shai|> drops in purchases by Russia and Brazil. Among exporters, the main sales decline for the new season which begins July 1 would fall on the U.S., experts added. American wheat exports lor the 1973*74 season opening in July are cunently estimated at about 950 milifon bushels. This represents a substantial drop from the current se^Mn's reeoM estim«t0 d 1.2 billion bushels. In feed grains, however, the report said « "significant" gain in total world trade sp* pears likely (or the year begin* ning Jdy I. Exiperts noted that Hussifl is eiqncted to step up purchases to meet growing livestock produoti<»i demand, and Japan is also expected to in* crease its imports as farmers there halt or substantially re* duce the use ol rice as a live* stock feed, Tine report said the current fbreeast for U.S. exports in the year beginniflg, July 1 is nOw 35 million metric tons ol feed grains compered with 32 miilimi tons for the current fiscal year. "Haft not ttlngy* but ht ruptett tht alml dollar and tha 67 ctntt for Which it standi!' Committee Admits Unreported Funds 2 WASHINGTON (UPI) - Offi vcials of President Nixon's re* Selection committee have ac- Jknowledged spending about :;;:|7,500 in campaign funds for a ^Yiewspaper advertisement and rallies in support of U.S. • mining of Haiphong Harbor last ;^;May, tiie General Accounting :^Office (GAO) said today. ; The GAO, an investigative ^ arm of Ckingress, said these appeared to be among "sub* stantial expenditures" by the Finance Committee to Re*elect tht President that were not reported as required under the new campaign spending law which took effect April 7, 1972. In its fourth report of 'apparent violations by the /committee, the GAO said that unrecorded payments were ^tnade to Theodore F. Brill, •chairman of the Young Republicans organization at George Washington University here; Robert C. Odie, director of loctag If you've never used a Classified Ad, there's a treat in store for you! It's so easy to exchange idle ifemi around your household for cash. All you have to do is dial 343-7181. We'll help you word and place your ad- A Classified Ad will work for you ... try it todayl Golesburg isf0r -Moil CLASSIFIED ADS Reg administration for the Committee to Re-elect the President; and Phillip Joanou, executive director of the November Group, which was set up to handle the re-election committee's advertising. The GAO said it was advised by Odle that he received $3,000 to |4>000 in cash "to arrange for and support rallies and vigils to demonstrate support of President Nixon's mining of Haiphong Harbor." It said Joanou told of receiving |4,000 to $4,200 to pay for a newspaper advertisement. A spokesman said the GAO was referring to a New York Times ad purporting to represent widespread pi^lic support for the mining. Dollar Gains Some Today On Markets LONDON (UPI) - Money traders, reacting to improved American trade figures, pushed the dollar higher today in Europe. In London, the improved trade figures were cited by dealers as the major factor that sent the pound lower against the U.S. currency. By late momhig the rate was $2.4860, but "no business was being done," dealers said. The pound started as low as $2.4853. The U.S. Commerce dejvart- ment reported Thursday that the American trade deficit declined to $53 million in March from the $476 million deficit in February. On the London gold market prices remahied steady, dealers said. There was a modest turnover at the morning price fixing and an ounce of gold was quoted at $90.20-$80.70. The dollar strengthened in West Germany, movUig up to 2.S42S marks in early trading. The dollar opened at 2.8400 marks, the same as Thursday's close then started climbing in value. Dealers on the Frankfurt exchange said the release of ttie U.S. trading figures were pushing the dollar higher. In Paris the dollar firmed. Both the commercial and financial rates quoted at 4.5704.57S0 francs. Prices Down TodayatNoon On Exchange NEW YORK (UPI) - Prices tumbled in light trading today on the New York Stock Exchange, dropping the Dow Jones industrial average near its low for the year. Shortly before noon, the Dow had declined 8.50 to 929.26-'not far from the 1973 low of 922.71 touched March 23. Declines topped advances, 696 to 435, among 1,520 issues on the tape. Two-hour volume totaled agout 5,600,000 shares, compared to 6,200,000 shares Thursday. The list had moved higher initially in continuation of the Thursday rally, sparked by hope President Nixon would map out some strategy to stem inflation in his Weekend meeting with his econmic advisers. However, the rally was unable to sustain itself with nothing concrete to go on. Kaufman & Broad was the most active issue, off 1^ a 25^ on 127,000 shares hicluding a block trade of 86,700 shares a 25%. International Telephone and Telegraph was second, off % a 33% on 92,600 shares, and Texaco third, off 8/4 at 38% on 72,800 shares. Prices on the American Stock Exchange declined in light trading. National Kinney Corp. was the most active Amex issue, gainuig % to 7 on 31,900 shares. Berven Carpets was second, off Mi at 10% on 30,400 shares, and Onan Corp. third, off H at 29Vi on 18,700 shares. On the Big Board, computer and electronics issues fell sharply. Texas Instruments lost 3% Motorola 3V4, Burroughs 2\k and IBM 1%. Glamor issues headed lower. Xerox lost 2>/^, ARA Services 1% and Corning Glass IV4. Oil stocks were irregular. Superior Oil added 3^ but Ex xon lost 1% and Natomas IVt, oauMlnttf, tu. aiMlltod AdHftillni Dial S4S*7m BtitMM 8cnnce-7 Golctbufq Rcgisf NMQII , Gdltsburoi III. f fidov. Apfil 17,\f7Z.ii cud ?f"niiunii^in'St«mor^ ^paW wUhtal ^Sys 'from'date of fait inMrUon. WANT ADS PAY DIVIDENDS! Firm Bef^ins Experiment This Week PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI) The Motorola Corp. began ex- perimentmg this week, with a three-day work week in two defKotments at its dectronics plant here. The 227 workers in the experiment woric 124UKU' days, the company said. If the experiment is successful, it could spread to many of the firm's 50,000 employes, said Gard<m Kent, a company spcfcesman. Of the 240 workers asked to participate in the experiment, 227 agreed and the other 13 were transferred to olher departments, he said. They are divided toto four shifts, with each worker spending 12 hours a day on the job and includes a half hour lunch period and two 10-minute rest breai^s. The day shift works 6 a.m. to p .m., and the night shift 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. One group worics Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and the oUier "Ruu^y, Friday and j^Saturday, giving aU oi them four days a week off, includtaig Sundays free for all woriwrs. When buying canned food, remember the house brand usually will cost less than a nati'onaUy advertised brand. WANT ADS PAY DIVIDENDS! end ol Thaaki-l I WOUU> lUc« 10 lhank my friends and relatives for the cards, flower*, vltita and other acta of kind- nets whUo in and after leaving the hotpiul. Ada BaUey Notices • Specltl • Periooal'-f SHELLACKING ROPE XNDS kMp them from unravaUn*. Telephono 343-7181 and seU "don't needa' fast wiUi a Oasslfled Ad. LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast wttii X-II 01^ Plan «i.OO. REDUCE Excess Fluids witti X-P«l $3.00. Money Back Guarantee at Osco Drug, LEO CRAMPS — Don't lose sleep at night with leg. cramps. Get quick relief wlUi CALPLUS Capsules. CALPLUS Is avaUable on a money back guarantee at your pharhlacy.' Lost and Foand—6 PAIR man's glasses with Inscription Robert AUUer, found In KnoxvUle. Phone 378-6734. WHITE male poodle lost around 2nd and Seminary Sts. Name- Harry. Reward. CaU 343-0829. THE .CLASSIFIED. NUMBER 3437181 OARIMBN TILUNO Mac 's t3K»¥Mxlt.PhOM ttt'Smi. GARDEN TILLtftORoUiM, a«r' f«ng. po^tt gkUtt and ^ftlll£* nAMmtnm nMdtd «Mkdar DYKE'S cleanli Ave. I TYttWKftlll MRVICt, CLEAN TYPtW by applyintj hard on each tape, liim faBt .wltti I 843-7181. pickup. Ell lOBYl fart Ad. Fhona GARDEN PLOWING Ralph Sirfent. a4M0«» GARDEN plowing, lawn endloader work. Phone GARDEN TILLING Jim Kohta, 342^0448 WOMAN Painter — 12 year A Art Student. Neat and efficient, interior some exterior. Removing paint, washing waUs, varnish- BUILDING, remodellng_ and aU types of heme repair. Phono 3433948. LAWN ROLLING E. J. MARTIN-d420521 CARPET CLEANING. Dirt Is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft WatOr steam. No long drying period. Ron's SteamUner, 342 WHITE ROCK DRIVEWAY SERVICE E. J. MARTIN-^24)52i ORDER NOW FOR SPRING Seamless Gutter Alumlntim St Galvanized White Pahited Old Gutter cleaned and repaired. Home Owned Machine. FREE ESTIMATE D. J. BUSSE Phone 342-6883 HOME Improvement, any type. Basement waterproofing, carpenter work, roofing, guttering, and painting. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. 343-9S63. REPAIR and Remodeling eentrac tor. Siding, carpentry, cement work, tucking, basement water proofing, roofing, guttorlng painting. Free estimates. Worl CITYWIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL We furnish metal containers for apts.. business offices, stores and factories. 1 cubic yard thru SO cubic yard sizes. Wo rent flatbed trucks or containers for one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or Honey Do special projects? Call low bidder BUI. 3421134. 24 years of experiences. Moving - Storage-xS FOR RENT — Warehouse space, 43,767 sq. ft., located in Monmouth, lU. CaU Monmouth 7342138. ask for Ray Green. STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Fenna.—343-9149 ChUd Care~10 i55r.ri*« e8i« fo^jl^imair'ehlld. 141-IOlS imiAMtM pereon to babysit in mf Uti caw oal«sl)urg Regiiter-Mall BABYSrmat wanted for 4 yr.^old .$<L •*>Ut from 12 A.M.-8 A.M. wednosday through Sunday hi m^horne. Must b« 21. Phon* BelpWttrted-Mtle-U NEED top notch auto mechanic wtttt management ability for fuu time service station work. Good aalary for right man. Also need part time stauon attendant. Write Box 830, care Galesburg Register- MA11« Exp *Ti *nc«d Body & Paint MAN WANTED With Oiance later to take Charge of Expanded Shop. Lotf of Work Good Btntfitt —i^AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE GOOD MOSEY Write Box 831 care Galesburg Register-Mail PART TIME Men needed to work 3;S hrs. per day in Galesburg and Monmouth areas between 7 P.M. and midnight. Apply in person or call MicOand Cleaning Service, Inc., aie S. Chambers, 342-9198. YARD MAN WANTED Mow lawn and trim hedge. Electric mower and new electric head shears avaUable. Inquire 684 W. Grove St. before 3 P.M. RETRIGBRAllON and appliance service man wanted. Salary based on abUlty. Training on tiie Job for qualified appUcant. Vacation and retirement benefits. EUison's Refrigeration. 342-2987 STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. Kellogg Opens 6:30 — Ages 2 to 6 T3r Programmed Activities •(r Supervised Play -Cr NutriUous Meali •Cr Air Conditioned State I4censed 342-3060 Open all Sununer Help Wanted-Mal»-ll Help Wanted-Male-U BE YOUR OWN BOSS Work when you want to work, fish when you want to fish and atUl enjoy tho pleasures of an upper Income bracket. We are looking for the indopendent kind of guy who Ukta to take his Job seriously, his pleasures when h« wanta them but is hun­ ary enough he won't aettlo for less than tba best lhat'a In him. He'a the kind of person who atarta himtelf. keeps himself revved for top perfomanee. produeaa top results, comes up with a high Income bracket. Our product Is a uniquo kind of financial security. We train you. Be prepared to answer questions on the telephone. Call 343-1355 Monday, April 30th SALESMEN We are in need of a Salesman with proven sales ability, who is not afraid of working long hours 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 & TompUns St. — Galesburg LOOK This is a sincere effort to place a good man for sales and service training in a lifetime position. 1—Vacation — Sick leave. 2— Free retirement Income 3—Hospitalization 4—No experience necessary &-M,300 to $8,900 per yr. 6—Plenty of opportunities for advancement 7—Immedite 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. 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 342-9538 CONCESSION boys wanted. Apply in person Galesburg Drlve-In Theatre. HONDA MECHANIC Volume dealer needs mechanic/ service manager combination. Excellent program and fringe benefits, btabllshed dealer. Year 'round work. Call collect for interview, Harry Stein, Peoria. 602-3200. * MCTAIIiShoe X Dright tral.. •ry. Salary Biona. ruu "im Seatte ' or St aimi wAnMdr tilt' OMOMlanr. Man. WOtldli^ IMoflTiSf^M' piui Mmmis- ipstiy bMcflta. Can idt^Mt-uis. Wittie, '•oMiei. JomtNfiYMAN Experienced in aU phases of maintenanoe work, strong elec- AHTIACTIVE SALARY ExceUent ffln|e benefits, steady employment. Send summary in confidence to Max Hasbrouck or contact Iowa Industries, Inc. (Champion Spark Plug Co.) Box SM. BurlUigtOn, la? 8W01. An eaual op" ' An equal opportunity employer. WHOUESALE; sales: Coffee makers Md related items to smaU bttslneu, |7,900 plus commissions and benefits. Call Jim Scatter- ersonnel. SALES: Regional manager to sell seed com through farm dealers. Bonus and expenses plus $12,000. can Jim Seattergood, 348-1112, Wittie, Pryor Se Smith Personnel. Help Wanted • Female—U OFFICE POSITION Fidl Time For mature woman. Typing and f eneral office skills required; Va day week. Downtown location. Send resume and salary required to Box 832, care Galesburg Regigtcr-Mail. WAITRESS WANTED Must be aggressive and wlUlng to work. Apply KRESGE CO. 209 E. MAIN SALESLADY Permanent full time saleslady, over 25 yrs. of age. Sales experience helpful but not necessary. FRANKEL'S 232 E. Main St. — Galesburg, 111. CLEANING LADY Needed 1 or 2 days per week. Phone 343-241S or 542.%4. AVON. TO Bxnr OR SELLTCAIJ: 342-16^ or write Avon Man- CONCESSION girls wanted. Apply in person. Galesburg Drive-In Theatre. LADY to care for elderly lady 9 5 ?2 .24S5. ^"'^" LADY for houseoleaning, more for home than wages. Phono 842-8746 SHARP girl able to deal with the public needed for a PART-TIME illl|Wtilli*lllll,fiMl»-lS X4uy msmxm^ patl«nt refirralt.^BiiMmnt working eondltlona wIOi i Hb- erai benefit profrun. CMiuct Mrs. WUCOX. iNMetOf M Rr- sonnti, Mononne Hoepital.'lo? LOCAL Cable TV Co. nMdi sales people full or part time. caU between s A.M. and 8 P,M. weekdays for appH. 34M1S1. xrrcHXN HELP, houri 4 to 10 JR. AOCOUOTINO Immtdlate opening. Prefer de- groad/eost accounting background, send resume ind sal- gUOTMXc ^.^'i: Pleasant St., Burlington. la. 82m rANTED — Expcricaeed Real ES- uto Sales Parson. Wa pay top commissions and offer Up advertising, secretarial aarvlee, office facUltleSi and require a minimum in sales from our sales K rsonnel, CaU Anthony B. schwe. Realtor. 843-1168. WANTED -> People interettad in 2nd or 3rd Income worklnc part- time out of their home, jfiirning from $100 to $1,000 a month. For •'No Obligation" interview call 343-6868. Employment Wanted—14 PERMANENT accounting Job—Accounting malor graduatca in lata May. Write P.O. Box 2007, Augus- WOMAN wants house, office and 8O81"* "^''''''S hour. 342- MAN Wants employment to care for elderly people. Experienced nurse's aide and will do cooking. Live in. Reasonable wages. References. Write Box care Galesburg Reglster-MaU. IRONING done, 10c a piece or $3 a buket.. Wm pick up U necel: sary. Call 343-0383. ^^'PB ^^^n" *o "^ow in Knox 5!?.? y^"*;"" County areas. Prefer SM9SM R«««<>n«W*' Phono VOUNG man. with mechanical abil- Itles, looking for opportunlbr with reliable firm. Auto and light truck experience. Would also Hon- sider training in motorcycle field. Have references. Phone 486-3609 or write Box 218. London Mills. Instruction—15 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 fuU-timo work. Write Box 826, care Galesburg Register-MaU, stating qualifications and starting hourly salary requirements. PIANO instruction, very youns •«udent8 as weU as adults. Beginning or advanced. Also group l«»»ons, 342-2771 after "HSl^ teacher who loves children •cheduUng piano, organ, guitar and accordion students. Will ac- PART TIME waitress from 11 A.M. to 1 or 2 P.M. Apply in person SfJ^?*^^ * PM. Mr. Quick, 914 N. Henderson St. ASSISTANT ControUer: Supervise, hire and train in accounting aec- tion, 17,800. CaU Rich A^eney, 342 -lllV WltUe. Pryor & Bml£h Personnel, LADY for full time morning work. Apply in person, mornings only. 9 «K"s Dozen Donut Shop, Grand & Whitesboro. GENERAL^Office — If you like figures but desire variety, this smaU friendly office wiU appeal to you. $34V plus benefits. Call Lynn Breeze. 342-1112, WltUe Pryor Sc &nlth Personnel. ASSISTANT Production Manager: In plant growth apoti Construction background helpfUI. $9,600. Call Rich. 342-1112, Wmie. Kyor & Smith JPersonnel. TRAFFIC Manager Trainee: Learn Industrial shipping and receiving. Great future I |6J00. CaU Rich. 342-1112, WltUe.'^i'ryor ST Smith' Personnel. PRODUCTION Control Trainee: Learn to schedule and expedite, $6,800. Call Rich Ankeney. 3421112, WltUe, Pryor Se Sml& Personnel. SALES — EXECUTIVE TYPE Ideal quaUfications, chUdren. own home, five years in area, college graduate, outside sales, earning over $7,800 a year. How do you measure up? Starting salary plus plan to pay substantial extra income as earned. Two-year professional training program. «apid advancement for industrious, ambitious individual. Ufetime Income after 20 years. FamUy group benefits. Write Box 817, care Galesburg Register-Man. An^Eoual Opportunity Employer—M&r. 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. 111. 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 MACHINIST—Mld-SlM Co... 8,000 DIESEL MECH.-NO tools Aw »TLiANcir "RjEp:-^"''*'°" Whitefoods 7,500 DRArmiAN-DegijLn 7500 rORKMAN TRAINEE- NO exp. req. 6,500 INVENTORY CLERK- Local ... 6,500 AUTO MECH.—Good basics. 6,500 Call BOB TILTON, 342-1112, Wittie. Pryor tc Smith Personnel 'RECEPTIONIST — Some typing and a liking for people will assure you this exciting spot, $328. CaU lynn Bfeeze, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor Sc Smith Personnel. FOR tho secreury looking for more responsibility, challenge and fun. Work with sharp, pleasant chief executive, plan own work, help with special projects, attend various meetings. $8,300 and up. Ben- efiu. CaU Lynn Breeze, 342-1112, Wittie, Pryor A Smith Personnel. GRANDVIEW RESTAURANT Night Waitress, 3 nights a week. Must be 16. Apply in person. CAREER Insurance secretary. Excellent opportunity. $400-$880 to sUrt. Must be experienced in general insurance agency work. Moving expenses paid. Send resume to P.O. Box 29, Gales- bu^, ni. or caU 343-1160, 3 -8 Business Opportnnity—17 ^ INVESTIGATE Before You INVEST The Galesburg RegUter-MaU •ttempu to determine the reliability of the advertiser in all investment It guemntee aU such otters. We recommend that ^u INVESTIGATE fuUy before 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 „ % Galesburg Register-MaU All replies confidential WANTED by May IBth. 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, Ul. 61415. 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 ex. pcrience. NorUigato Lounge. Ask for Jack Enes, caU 343-8645 before 8 P.M. 3426415 after 7 P.M. Help Wanted - Male, Female-13 DINNER cook for I.ake Bracken dining room, for the summer. Apply in person to Gail Clark at the Golf Shop. CAMP director. Mature adult to direct YMCA summer camp during June and July. Previous youth work and camping experience. Contact Mr. Jones, 3422188, for tntervlews. ANGELO'S ItaUan Restaurant now taking applications for waitresses and kitchen help. Good tips and top wages. Call for appointment, 343-0313. WANTED — People who want to earn from $100 to $1,000 a month part time, in their home, write Box 4, Bishop Hill, 111. Inches Slimmer! PRINTED PATTERN HELP WANTED: For farm machinery set-up, used machinery repair. Full time. Call for appointment. John Fayhee & 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. NOW taking applications for doorman. Apply in person West Theatre aftor 7 P.M. WANTED: Men and women or married couples for direct sales work. 342-6854 days. RETIREES or other people who can work part time, day or night. Apply in person at 1061 Lincoln, Galesburg Independent Cab Co. HELP WANTED: Individual or family to live on farm at Oquawka. 111. and assume overall re- sponsibiUty of day-to-day work. Modern 3 bedroom home with gas heat included. CaU for appointment. John Fayhees & Sons, Prairie City, lU. 309/775-3317. Help Wanted. Male, Female-13 Help Wanied • Male, Female-13 OPPORTUNITY A very old and well established famUy fraternal organization with over 1 mtlUon members in the United States. Canada, and United Kingdom is seeking career-minded employees. YOU will earn $250 to $400 per week under our unique compensation system. YOU will also be ellgiDlo for monthly and quarterly bonuses, a hospitalization plan and outstanding pension fund. YOU wUl nave exceUent earnings, be a very respectable member of your community, and will 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 interest you I am interviewing FRIDAY, April 27tla at tiie HOLIDAY INN, Galesburg at 10 A.M., 1 P.M., 4 P.M., and 7 P.M. Ask for MR. REESE at the Desk. 4703 SIZES 8.18 MOTE: aead PattesB Older* direct to New York. Watch ad- diess below. Oideis wUl HOT be accepted at aaleaboif aeve- f ?s an "INCHES SUMMER" DESIGN — no waist scam interrupts the cool, fluid flow of this classic shirtdressi Note smart shoulder dcUU. Printed Pattern 4703: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 13, 14. 16, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) takes iVz yards 45-hich fabric. SEVSMTY-FIVB CENTS for each pattern—add 23 cents for each pattern for Air MaU and Special Handling. Send to Anne Adams, Care of Galesburg B «glster-]SiU, Pattern Dept.. 213 Weat l7tbSt:. New York, N.Y.. 10011. Print NAME. ADokssS and ZIP. lIZE and STYLE NUMBEB. QUICK EASY-SEW WAY to a Spring-Summer wardrobe) Send for a new Spring-Summer Pattern Catalog. Choose one pattern flUBE. AU sizes! 75c INST Am* SfWJXtQWbOK —cut. fit. sew modem |l. INSTANT Fashion Book, 11.^* ' (CoQtinued oo Page 26) ii

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