Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 28, 1973 · Page 17
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, April 28, 1973
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ABtNC^DON ^ ttev. Wiiyne Ndntoirotit, Mthtip ttUl^ pre- mm th«. ptftgtm, "Liugh' ter b the Mittie o( the Soul/' wheii Abingdon Hotary Club members «nd their wives cele^ brated the organization's SOth anniversary Wednesday. The Rev. Mr. Nordstrom gave his imfiressions of an old*time medicine man and showed bot^- ties dating from IMi^ltSO he has coltected. Verne Dowers, a member of the Oalesburg Rotary Club, pre* srnted a stand holding the flags of the S$ nations in which Rotary International has clubs, the Galesburg club sponsored the Abingdon cMt when it was organized in 1923. Two charter members of the Abingdon club were present Wednesday night. Guests also iitduded past district governors from Jacksonville, Peoria, Mon- mouUi and Galesburg and the wives of deceased club presidents. An Abingdon High Sbhool mixed octet, accompanied by Barbara Stringfield, presented on oust. i(k HFD 8f.^^jgMM, til. several selections. Mr. and Mrs. Robert and family returned hme Thursday after spending six days at Ft. Collins and Estes Park, Colo. They visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. 8nd Mrs. Dick Morse, at Ff< Collins. Jolly Grandmothers Club will meet at Abingdon Public Library Tuesday at 7:30 p .m* Social committee will include Mrs. Lester Landon, Mrs. Ed Poland, Mrs. Gladys Cutler and Mrs. Bcb Andrews. Berean Baptist Church, Abingdon, has been chartered as a non-profit Illinois corporation. The church will hold an official recognition council Monday, when representatives from other fundamental Bible preaching Baptist churches will meet with representatives of the Abingdon church. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Johnson and Piaula returned home ithis week alter spending five days at New Orleans, La. Whie they were Wiere, they waitdied iMr son, Greg, play m lUinois Wesleyan University's baseball team, which was on its southern spring tour. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dunlap returned home Wednesday from Apache Junction, Ariz., when they had been sttaying since January. Bill Hughes, Davenport, is visiting during the weekend at the home ol his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ward. Abingdon Boat CSub members will meet Tuesday at 7:45 p.m. at Ci^ HaJl. Glasses will resume Monday in AJl>ingdon School District 217 alter a 6-day Easter vacation. Youths Taunt Blind Man But Tun, Games' Backfire WATERBURY, Conn. (UPI) — Iron worker Frank Pasani says he usually minds his own business, but when two 16-year- old boys began taunting a blind man and his dog Pasani got involved. .'Pasani was parked near a drugstore, waiting for his wife, when the bUnd man approached and the youths would not let him pass, he said. They began teasing, the dog and callbig the blind man names, Pasani said. "I couldn't take it any more. I told them to stop. One of them told me, 'You want to become bUnd too? Okay, come on,' "Pasani said Friday. He said one of the boys drew a pocket knife and threatened to cut him before two policemen came along, confiscated the knife and arrested them on breach of peace charges. Circuit Court Prosecutor Leonard Casella said the youths told police they were merely playing with the blind man whom they said was a friend of theirs. Jury Resumes Deliberations In Murder-Conspiracy Trial CHICAGO (UPI) - The fate of Silas Jayne, Joseph LaPIaca and Julius Barnes rests witti a jury of nine women and three men today as jurors resume deliberations in an attempt to reach a verdict in the murder- conspiracy case. Jayne, LaPlaca and Barnes are charged with murder and conspiracy in the Oct. 28, 1970, slaying of Jayne's brother, George. The jury deliberated for 2^ hours Friday. The state has charged that Silas Jayne paid to have his brother slain, that LaPlaca served a intermediary in the murder-for-hire plot and that Barnes was the triggerman. The defense attempted to blow holes in the testimony of Melvin Adams, the state's star witness, who said he was hired to kill George Jayne but that he, in turn, hired Barnes as the triggerman. Adams, an original defendant who was granted immunity from prosecution, testified Silas Jayne ordered the slaying of George Jayne and that LaPlaca served as the middle • man in the conspuracy. Lawyers for the defense and the prosecution made their final arguments to the jury Friday. Assistant State's Attorney Nicholas Mottierway said Silas Jayne was "Dady Warbucks," whose hatred has taken him through a 10 - year period in attempts to kill liis brother." Silas and George Jayne, both wealthy horse breeders, competed against each other in horse stiows. Assistant State's Attorney James Schreier quoted Shakespeare's Richard III in making his case against the defendants. Defense attorney George Howard, representing Barnes, spoke of the biblical story of Esau and Jacob. F. Lee Bailey, representing Silas Jayne, called Adams "a festering boil on the rump of society," and accused the prosecution of mounting a campaign to "get SUas." "If this is not a vicious vendetta, then what is that man's picture doing on that man's wall?" Bailey asked, pointing his finger at Silas Jayne, then at Motherway. Both Bailey and Motherway had words of caution for the jurors. "If you believe the wrong witness, and put your stamp of approval on him, the error will perpetuate in history," Bailey warned. "If you believe Melvin Adams, you will have to live with it longer than Silas Jayne. He is 66 years old." One of their lawyers suggested Pasani overreacted. Pasani told police the blind man, who was not identified, was crying when he intervened and appeared very nervous. Two suspects, Richard L. Mancmone and Robert D. Napomiceno, pleaded guilty Thursday before Judge Alvin G. Rottman, to charges of disorderly conduct. Rottman termed the offense "a horrendous matter" and sentenced the two to the maximum three months in jail and fined each |S00. Pasani, who came to the United States from Italy 13 years ago and is a shop foreman in an iron working plant, said he received an anonymous telephone call Friday. He said the caller, a woman I said his home might be damaged and that "You'd better be prepared." Pasani notified police of the threat. Lincoln Components 205 S. Main St. — Abingdon, III. Phone 4«2-2996 and 462-3668 Coradco Windows Mail Siim In Stack ' RliMm 40 Gal. Ga( Hot Water Heoter '65.00 Amtrican Stondord Fibtrglos 1 Pc. Bothtubs n50.00 Coltmon Ctntrol Air Air Conditioners Vz" ond y»" Plywood ond pro*CHt «tudi Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289 -28ie Club Installs New Officers At Luncheon dAlMbuti. tu. danifkd Advertising Dial M3-71S1 OFf ICti HOURS; Monday through FtWiy- ^ „ 8 A.M.-4:30 P.M. stturday -i.s A.M.-3 P.M. PAIR man's glasses with inscription RoMrf Miller, found In Card of Tbaiikt^l t WANT to Uiank aU of my friends and rtUtiVes who sent cards, flowers, money br visited or made telephone calls while I Was in St. Mary's Hospital; also the nurses and aides on Second and Third floor for theii' kindness, to Ors. G«ne Johnson' and Ray tliompson, also Rev. L..B. Johnson and Rev. C. L. Coleman for their visits and prayers. Mrs. Oelores Wade I WANT to thank all those who sent cards, flowers or made telephone calls or visits while 1 was in Cottage hospital. Also to the nurses on Second floor and to those in Intensive care unit for their kind care. May God bless you. Pauline Oberschlake In Memoriam—2 ASBURY, Everett — In loving memory of our husband, father and grandfather, who passed away six years ago today, April 28, 1967. . Everett, God must have loved you very much— And we loved you, too— We know how many helpful things Your kind hands found to do. f But till we reach that happy place Where griefs are all consoled, We'll never know the Joys you've found Beyond the sunset's gold. Wife — Myma Lelia and Family Shirley and Family BABB, Donald D.—In loving memory of our brother, who passed away 12 years ago April 29, 1961. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Stuart VON DRAKE. Catherine — In loving memory of our mother who passed away 23 years ago April 29, 1990. The depths of sorrow We cannot tell, Of the loss of one we loved so well. And while she sleeps a peaceful sleep. Her memory we shall always keep. Lydia, Mary, Tom and Rose Notices - Lodge-3 NONPAREIL CHAPTER No. 618 O.E.S. of Illinois Wlli meet May 1, 1973 at 8 P.M. at the Masonic Temple to observe Past Officers night. Dinner at 6:30 P.M. by reservation. Shirley Bettisworth, W.M. Clarence Manworren, W.P. MaUel Hallberg, Sec'y. Notices - Special - Personal—5 USE A PIPE CLEANER dipped In detergent and water to clean those tiny holes in your steam iron. If you haven't tried a Classified Ad to sell, buy or rent . . . you should soon. Ph. 343-7181. Lait ltd Ponid-<-l Ootesbiirfl ReQistef-Moil, Golcsb^^^ Saturdoy, April 28, 1 *»\fMM, *«Va#V« D AVAAAACJ. | A.\JU. KHOxvllle. Phone 375-8734. WHftE male poodle lost around 2nd and seminary sts. Name- Harry. Reward. Call 343-0829. fitslaesR Service—7 ROOFS NEW and REPAIRS CHIMNEYS—New and Repairs. 130 and up. Free estimates. G. A. SIMPSON—343-0437 Call after 6 P.M- HOUSE painting, interior and exterior. Barns and buildings. For free estimates call 342-3996 anytime. HOUSE painting — interior and exterior. Free estimate. Call after 8:30 P.M. Phone 482-3966. GARDEN TILLING Mac's Excavating. Phone 343-3382. GARDEN TILLING — Rolling, aerating, powerr aking and fertilizing. England Lawn & Garden service. Phone 343-7049. DYKE'S TYPEWRITER .SERVICE, cleaning and repair. 1871 Beecher Ave. 342-6603. Wtet plckup. CLEAN TYPEWRITER KBYS^fast by applying adhesive tape. Prew hard on each letter . . . then lift tape. Turn idle Items into cash fast with a Classified Ad. Phone 343-7181. GARDEN PLOWING Ralph Sargent, 342-8049 GARDEN plowing, lawh endloader work. Phone i .radlng, 13-3946. GARDEN TILLING Jim Kohtz, 342-0446 WOMAN Painter — 12 year A Art Student. Neat and efficient. Interior — some exterior. Removing paint, washing walls, varnishing, patching. 82.60 hr. Excellent references, 343-2796. BUILDING, remodeling^ and all types of home repair. Phone 3433946. LAWN ROLLING E. J. MARTIN-342-0521 CARPET CLEANING. Dirt 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 rejpalred. Home Owned Machine. FREE ESTIMATE D. J. BUSSE Phone 342-0863 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 1134. 24 years of experiences. Moving - Storage-8 FOR RENT — Warehouse space, 43,767 sq. ft., located in Monmouth, 111. Call Monmouth 7342138, ask for Ray Green. LEG CRAMPS — Don't lose sleep at night with leg cramps. Get quick relief with CALPLtTS Capsules. CALPLUS is available on a money back guarantee at your pharmacy. Lost and Found—6 STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Pucliett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 CUid Car»-1« STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER dMN. Kellogg -Bir­ opens 6:3d—Ages 2 to 6 ii Programmed Activities •ir supervised Play Nutritious Meals •if Air Conditioned •it State Licensed 342-3060 open al[ Siunmef RELIABLE person to babysit in my home. Approx. 29 hours a week. References. North end. Write Box 829, care Galesburg Register-Mail Help Wanted-Male-ll MANAGER trainee, willing to relocate. Apply in person or call 309-446-3892, Mr. Hicks, manager. Farmers Table Restaurant, Brimfield. 1-74 & oak Hill Rd., Brimfield exit. WANTED — one (1) man with ambition, integrity, self confidence, and experience in Wholesale Electrical Supplies, fdr territory in Western Arkansas and Eastern Oklahoma. Keathley - Patterson Electric Co., P.O. Box 163, North Little Rock, Ark. 72115. LARGE MIDWEST CORPORATION Taking applicants to expand present facilities in area. No door to door sales, or extensive travel. Over 21, high school graduate with good personality and appearance, able to furnish good past references. Immediate earnings during approved training program—subsequent pay $300 weekly for those who qualify. Management positions have base potential of $18,900 annually. If you are serious about an opportunity for income and personal growth, apply in person 7:00 P.M., Wed., May 2, Holiday Inn, Galesburg. Ask for Mr. Carlson. NEED top notch auto mechanic with management ability for full time service station work. GOod salary for right man. Also need S art time station attendant. Write lox 830, care Galesburg Register- Mall. Child Care-IO WHITE, shaggy poodle lost vicinity S. Seminary St. Named "Pierre." Reward. Call 343-0991. 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. , BABYSITTER needed weekday mornings in my home. Phone 3439208 after 4 P.M. Help Wanted-Male-U Help Wanted - Male-11 BE YOUR OWN BOSS Work when you want to work, fish when you want to fish and still enjoy the pleasures of an upper income bracket. We are looking for the independent kind of guy who likes to take his Job seriously, his pleasures when he wants them but is hungry enough he won't settle for less than the best that's In him. He 8 the kind of person who starts himself, keeps himself revved for top performance, produces top results, comes up with a high income bracket. Our product is a unique kind of KNOXVILLE - New olficers ol the Knoxville Woman's Club were installed Friday at t li e club's annual luncheon and guest day at Soangetalia Country CJuib. Ceremonies were C<MI- duoted by Mrs. Harold Listen, central region vice presidept of IFWC. New oCflcers are: Mrs. Edwin Wiindish, president; iMrs. Jack Potter, lirst vice president; iMrs. Arthur Sauer, second vice p («8ident; Mrs. Philip Swick- anl, recording secretary; Mrs. Charles Peck, corre ^Mnding secretary; Mrs. Harold Breece, treasurer, and Mrs. Swickard, federation director. Diireofcors for 1973-74 are Mrs. Floyd Peterson, Mrs. Weslye Malcolm, Mrs. Ada Branting and Mrs. Richard La FoHette. Department chairmen appointed were: Mrs. Carlisle Smith, conservation; Mrs. Dean EJack, educational; Mrs. Raymond Carison, arts; Mrs. Robert Bailey, home life; Mrs. Kermit Hoyme, international alfairs; and Miss Hortense Gehring, public a£fairs. Invocation at the luncheon was given by Miss Gehring. Mrs. Don Teel, soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Jerry King, presented .a musical program entitled "Moanmie, Can I Have a Drink of Water?" Hostesses at the luncheon were the social commititee including Mrs. Sauer and Mrs. Potter, co^*airmen; Mrs. Garland Dillon, Mrs. Fay Wood- dridge, Mrs. Peck, Mrs. Jo Howerter, Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Lavelle Deulen, Mrs. Ralpii Stone and Mi«. Jaxnes Thompson. high 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 ear. If you are now selling and hot 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. — Galesbyrg 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 5—16,300 to f8,500 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. Bos 3236, Peoria, 111. You will be contacted immediately. ST€RiCj^HRK4B 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 Experienced Body & Paint MAN WANTED With Chance later to take Charge of Expanded Shop. Lots of Work Good Benefits AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE GOOD MONEY Write Box 831 care Galesburg Register-Mail fRAtflC MaAiger TrawtiM: Learn PROOUCnOK ^CoAtfM trainee: Learn to BcfitduM and eatpedite, t S,80D._Can |i6h Ankeney, 342112. mmt, Ptyot ft Sffiim Per- sonhel. SALIS^ iXtCUTtVt tYPE Ideal quallficatlans, children, own home, Jiv« area, colMce grMltiatc, AUMde aaiet, earnrng ovef 97,800 « year. How do you meatare ui>7 Starting «alary plus plan to pay substantial extra ihcome as earned. Two-year professional training program. Rapid adtknecment for industrious, ambltlAus In'' dividual. Lifetime incom« after 20 years. Family group • benefits. Write B6x 817, care Galesburg Reglster-'MaU. An Cdual Opportutilty Employer—M&F. SALES and Setvlce: Worldwide firm Offers local opening ^for bright trainee. Precision Machinery. Salary 89,900 plus commissions. Pull conipany benefits. Can Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, WltUCi Pryor & Smith Personnel. LOCAL manufacturer of large oft 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 Saturdi^ KRESS CORP. Illinois St. Brimfield. 111. TECHNICAL OPPORTUNITIES ME-Heat transfer $14,000 IE—Mfg. processes — — 13,000 Mfg. iSigr.-Tool Design 12,000 SAFETY ENGR.—lnd. safety 11,900 FOREMAN—Sheet metal 10,000 FIELD REP.—Agriculture — 10,000 MAINT. MAN—Local plant- 8,000 TOOL & DIE—Day shift „ 8,000 MACHINIST—Mid-Size Co.„ 8,000 DIESEL MECH.—No tools req. . .. 7,800 APAIANCE REP.- Whitegoods -. - - 7,800 DRAFTSMAN—Design ...— 7,500 FOREMAN TRAINEE— _ No exp. req. . 8,500 INVENTORY CLERK- ^ ,^ Local - . 5'525 AUTO MECH.—Good basics. 8,500 Call BOB TILTON, 342-1112, . Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel rULL or part time worker needed to start immediately. No experience necessary. Phone 343-2108. An equal opportunity employer, NOW talcing applications for doorman. Apply in person West Theatre after 7 P.M. WHOLESALE Sales: Coffee matters and related items to small business, 87,200 plus commissions and benefits. Call Jim Scatter- !ood, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & ith Personnel. DON'T READ THIS Unless you want to work in sales and earn $10,000 to $12,000 a year. This is all sales and no collection. Sales experience helpful but not necessary. For information send complete resume, to P.O. Box 852. Galesburg or call after 6 P.M. 34373 Help WaitCil * PI AVON,^ TO Bini' OR 342-1822 .Of Write AVOn —..- Bger. P.O. Box 13*9, oaiesbUt|« CONCESSION girls wanted. A| in pefson^ Theatre. Galesburg 'D: LADY to care for .elderl^';'li A.M. P.M. to 3:30 P.M. 342-4453. Call a: urn: I LADY for full time morning work. •- person, mornlflgsj.onlj'.' Dozen Donut'Shc ^jyOMnd it Whiteslwro. GENERAL Office — If you like figures but. desire varied;' this small friendly office will appeal to yoti. M47 plus benefits.'' Cair Lynn JBweze, ^2-1112,^ Wittief Pryor & Smith Personnejl^,,', RECEPTIONIST — Some typing and a liking for people/will as-- aure you this exciting spot, $325. Call Lynn Breeze, 342-inJ', wit-' tie. Pryor & Smith PersonneU,.i, FOR the secretary looking/ormore responsibility, challenge and fUfi.« Work with sharp, pleasant chief executive, plan own work.- help with special projects, attend ^if- ious meetings. $5,800 and up. Benefits. Can Lynn Breeze. 342-lHjr. Wittle, Pryor A Smith Persftnrlel. ORANDVIEW RESTAURANT Nl^t Waitress, 3 nights i.week^ Must be 18. Apply in person. CAREER insurance secretary.. Excellent opportunity, $400 -TBSO: to start. Must be experieMi«ed in general insurance agency^ >ork. Moving expenses paid.tA::i5e>n<!l resume to P.O. Box Galesburg, 111. or call 343-11^, 2 '-'8 P^M.^^ .iff'ii. . WANTED by May 19th. Wpman,> live In and care for Invlum lady. Good, modern home, noljaundry. or heavy work. Good wages. Permanent. References required. 4e8>' 3524 or write Box 268, Avon, 81415. ,—uua Help Wanted • Male. Femde-lS DINNER cook for Lake, dining room, for the icken mer. Apply in person to GaiL|l^rk'«t the Golf Shop. I CAMP director. Mature '«tltilt direct YMCA summer cf Ing June and July, youth work and camping ience. Contact Mr. Jones, 2188, for interviews. 342- ANGELO'S Italian Restaurant now taking applications for "Raitress- es and kitchen help. Gbod tips and top wages. Call for< appointment, 343-0213. WANTED: Men and women or mar^ dirttt" --^ ried couples for work. 342-6854 days. salei I 'll fi' fCI RETIREES or other people who can work part time, day or night. Apply in person at 1081 -Lincoln;r Galesburg Independent Cab "cy~ FULL TIME drivers, day and nigiit. Apply in person, 1081 Lincoln St., Galesburg Independent Cab- Co. X-RAY TECHNICIAN, Immediate opening for a full time staff x-ray technician. Ours Is a new diagnostic iXirav department in a 2S0 bed hospital with both out patient'and in ^ patient referrals. Excellent- working conditions wltlt'^ liberal benefit program. Contact Mrs. Wilcox, Director of Personnel, Menonite HospiialV-SOT N. Main. Bloomington. UI. 61701. Phone (309) 828-5241, Ext._216. LOCAL Cable TV Co. nec^ sales people full or part time. J^Il between 8 A.M. and 5 P.M. weekdays for app't. 342-2161. KITCHEN HELP, hours 4 to 10 p.m., good wages. Applyoin person. Friendly Cafe, E. Losey. " RETAIL shoe manager wanted. Experienced preferred; Good salary, paid vacation, good working conditions. Write Box 827, care Galesburg Register-Mall. SALES: Regional manager to sell seed com through farm dealers. Bonus and expenses plus $12,000. Call Jim Scattergood. 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. JR. ACCOUNTING Immediate opening. Prefer degreed/cost accounting .background. Send resume and salary requirements to Lehigh- I«opold Furniture Co., aaaSuMt. ' Pleasant St., Burlington, la." 52601. ^M:)- • Help Wanted - Female—12 PART TIME Men needed to work 3-5 hrs. per day in Galesburg and Monmouth areas between 7 P.M. and midnight. Apply In person or call Midland Cleaning Service, Inc., 216 S. Chambers, 342-9158. YARD MAN WANTED Mow lawn and trim hedge. Electric mower and new electric head shears available. Inquire 684 W. Grove St. before 3 P.M. REFRIGERATION and appliance service man wanted, Salary based on ability. Training on the job for qualified applicant. Vacation retirement benefits. Ellison's 342-2567. and Refrigeration, CONCESSION boys wanted. Apply In person Galesburg Drive-In Theatre. 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. ASSISTANT Production Manager: In plant growth spot! Construction background helpful. $9,600. Call Rich, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. PART TIME companion for older woman on North Broad St., until May 12 from 5 P.M. to 8 P.M. Call anytime Saturday or Sunday 343-6710 or after 5 weekdays. WAITRESS wanted 9:30 till 3 P.M., 5 days a week, Monday thru Frl- day. Elks Club. 343-5615. WANTED — Experienced,;?e^i Esr tate Sales Person. We .pay top commissions and offer..^lop ai- vertislng, secretarial service, office facilities, and require a minimum in sales from our sales personnel. Call Anthony B. Lischwe, Realtor. 343-1165. WANTED — People intelif^d: in 2nd or 3rd income working part- time out of their home. Earning from 8100 to 81,000 a mwith. For a "No Obligation" interview call 343-6868. I iiiii NURSES* aides — Apply at the nursing home 9 a.m. to _3 p.m weekdays. Center. Prairie City Nurshig ALTERA'nON lady wanted to do alterations in your home. Apply at Leslies, 149 E. Main. . MIDDLE-AGH) or older lady to care for elderly lady, not bedfast. Light housework and cooking. Live in, VictorU. References. MFS. Glenn Weeks, 3802 Galena, Peoria, lU. 81614 or caU granddaughter. 343-8862. OFFICE POSITION Full Time For mature woman. Typing and general office skills^ required; 5Va day week. Downtown location. Send resume and salary required to Box 832, care Galesburg ReBister-Mail. WAITRESS WANTED Must be aggressive and willing to work. Apply KRESGE CO. 200 E. MAIN Help Wanted - Female-U Help Waited > Fcnaale-K THE RIGHT PLACE RIGHT NOW . . . Where the working environment enables you to work with a staff of profes- sionls in your chosen career. We provide the latest of modern equipment to ease a busy work load and in-service training programs for those with ambition to advance their skills. . . . Where the leisure environment provides rural living in a peaceful atmosphere. Ideally located adjacent to Chicago's cultural, educational and entertainment facilities. . . . Where highly compjetitive salaries and extensive benefits are offered as well as an opportunity for development. -V7- Contact Personnel D^rtment LITTLI COMPANY OF MARY HOSPITAL 2800 W. 95th St. Evergreen Park, iU. SOftU (An Eqwai Oppo^rt ^I ^ty Einplpyer) Employment Wantetf.^14' PERMANENT accounting Jobi>-Accounting malpr graduates -In lata May. Write P.O. Box 200«ir>Augus- Mayc tana College, or 794-8371. 200»irvAugus- Rock Island, ^11. WOMAN wants house, off lot and sgTjng cleaning by the hour. 342- MAN Wants employmenC!ttf cs^ for elderly people. Experienced nurse's aide and will do (eobking. Live in. Reasonable wage*. IMr erences. Write Box 820, care Galesburg Register-MalK"- IRONING done, 10c a piece or $3 a basket. Will pick up< if, necessary. Call 343-0383. • Instruction—15 iiiti ' PIANO instruction, veiy young students as well as adultsi'.Begin- Al^o ' group 342-2T7I''^after ning or advanced, recorder lessons, 3:30. _ , , MUSIC teacher who loves children scheduling piano, organ."guitar and accordion students. Will accept mentally handicapped also. Phone 343-1681. ^ M ' : Business Opportuniiy—17 The INVESTIGATE. ' Before You INVEST Galesburg Regliter-Mall attempts to determine .the re^ liability of the adverUser in all ads requiring an Investment. It- cannot, however, guarantae all such offers. We recommend' that • you INVESTIGATE fully before Investing. LIGHT PLASTICS MANUFACTURING Heart Of Amecico PlosHc & SupplyCV, Is Now Expanding its Operation into this area. W& wUi appoint a Qualified Mdivi^ ual as our Exclusive'Iifanu: facturer. v,! Company Offers: — Exclusive Territorle* ,, >. < — Contracted Accounts — Immediate Income i /. • Can be Operated Full or Part Time From Approximately Mt Square feet. , i; — No Previous Experience,, Necessary un, — No Selling on Your Part Required — Income Potential Froafr<480.Q0, to $1500.00 Per Month ' — I3899.0O to 14883.00 Caiii ^ > Required for Inventory Machinery and Coin^l)ra Training Program FOB FULL XNFORMA39QN ,„ WRm: TODAYS Giving Full Name. AddiawMuvdv TeKephoue NiiunNr i

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