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Abingdon Women in Bowling Tourney Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Tuesday, May 1, 1 973 23 ABINGDON * Pit Thurman aftd LfcttOti _>_rfy are in fourth p)iee in doubps competition after bowlitig Sunday in the Irene Kearney bowling tournament at SpNftgfield. They ended up with a score of 1,289 pins. Three Abingdon teams participated in the competition: Janet McCann, Sandy Boyer, Loretta Goff, Dorothy Goff and Becky Sharp, Abbe Lanes; Pat Thurman, Lenore Derry, Pat Ferris, Sandy Gaskill, Patty Johnson, Dusty Music; Joan Armstrong, Dottie Watters, Marilyn Helle, Elaine Peck and Holty Powell, Abingdon Rock. Mothers of World War II will meet at the home of Mrs. Mable Swanson Thursday at 7:30 p.m. All officers are asked to attend for a special board meeting. A flower exchange will be held when the W.N.W. Club meets at the home of Mrs. Ray Gillette Thursday at It30 p.m Abingdon Junior High School will host Alexia for a track meet Wednesday at 4:15 p.m. No injuries were reported and no tickets were issued after a car driven by Jack Harland, 42, 817 N. Washington St., struck a parked car owned by Marsha Engle, S3, of near Abingdon on North Pennsylvania Street April 26 at 5:10 p.m. Abingdon police have issued tickets during the past week to Holly A. Ralston, 22, Ma- Comb, speeding; Douglas L. Lyer, 20, Littje Swan Lake, speeding; Richard E. Owens, 18, 306 E. Adams St., disobeying a traffic signal; David B. Knott, 42, Bushnell, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor; Gerald E. Madden, 20, 936 W. Losey St., Galesburg, disobeying a traffic signal. May L. Morris of East South Street signed a complaint against Ralph Whet- sail charging assault April 24. Miss Betty Jo Parks was ABINGDON MRS. GERALDINE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: RPD St. Augustine, 111. Ph. 462*2477 presented with a new French horn by friends and members of Abingdon United Methodist Church during last Sunday's worship service. Miss Parks, a senior at Abingdon High School, plans to major in music at the University of Illinois. Rev. Frank Deninger made the presentation following a solo played by Miss Parks. Rev. and Mrs. Donald Hogan and Susan have returned from a trip to Lexington, Ky. They visited the campus of Transylvania College and Lexington Theological Seminary, where the Rev. Mr. Hogan was once a student. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hertenstein have returned from a 9-day trip to Treasure Island, Fla. They also visited DiMney World, Busch Gardens and Sarasota. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny O'Neal have returned home after spending several days visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon O'Neal at St. Elmo, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zimmerman at Carlyle. Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Inskeep were Mrs. Glen McComas of Indianapolis, Ind., and Mrs. Elizabeth Barton of Sedalia, Ohio. Community Action Chairmen Picked New committee chairmen for the newly organized Community Action League were elected at a recent league meeting. Jaycee president Robert Bailey was elected chairman of the executive committee, a post vacated by Steve Johnson's resignation. Other chairmen elected were Jack Block, finance; Mrs. Milton Davidson and Mrs. Charles Peterson, ways and means, and Ralph Carlson, civic. Some members were appointed by the executive committee to assist with the finance and civic committees. Senate(Continued From Page 1) Watergate grand jury about his knowledge of the bugging. Senate Democratic Whip Robert C. Byrd, W. Va., said the special prosecutor must be appointed at once "to avoid any suspicion of a whitewash." "The administration must not investigate itself," Byrd said. Republican Sen. William Saxbe, Ohio, critical for months of Nixon's handling of Watergate, was not satisfied by Monday night's television address. "I am very sympathetic with his position of trying to get things done with the difficulties he has," Saxbe said. "But I don't know any more about the Watergate than I did." Congress' initial reaction is important because how Congress and the nation accept Nixon's explanation that he was misled and poorly served by overzealous aides can determine much—whether Nixon himself will retain effectiveness or "credibility" during the remaining three years of his term. Before Nixon spoke, Sen. Charles H. Percy of Illinois, who is believed likely to seek the GOP presidential nomination in 1976 as a liberal Republican, said Nixon could restore his "credibility" but "it depends on everything he says and does, particularly in the next few days." Sen. Marlow W. Cook, R-Ky., said the next few months "will make it clear whether or not there was prior knowledge" by Nixon of the illegal plans to disrupt the Democrats. Following the speech, some Republicans applauded. Rep. Thomas P. O'Neill Jr., Mass., the House Democratic leader, said Nixon in his speech admitted "that there have occurred payoffs, bugging, coverups, denials, fraud, lying, bribes and break-ins." Said Rep. Bella Abzug, DN. Y,: "There is a concerted effort now to portray Mr. Nixon as above this whole mess. It won't wash. His closest ad visers, his cabinet appointees, his personal attorney, even his own brother have been involved in one scandal after another." They are Melvin Sayrs and Lincoln Phillips, finance, and Mayor Franklin Burgess, Dean Whitworth, Mrs. Harold Liston and Ronald Henderson, civic. Other committee members may be appointed at a later date. Reports on the progress of various committees were made, and it was decided that another meeting will be called in the near future. A successful Cancer Fund drive was completed Monday in Knox Township, reports drive chairman Mrs. Rolland Eckman. Assisting her with Nixon(Continued From Page 1) KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-2816 Legal Notice j Knox County Zoning Resolution PUBLIC NOTICE State of Illinois ) )SS County of Knox ) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in Walnut Grove Township, Knox County, Illinois, that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday. May 16, 1973 at 2:00 p.m. in the Board Room, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, relative to a request for a conditional use to allow the location and residential occupan cy of a mobile home in the "F" Farming district on the following described property: The Northwest Quarter (NWVi) of Section 25, 160 acres, Township 13 North, Range 3 East of the Fourth P.M., Walnut Grove Township, Knox County, Illinois, as the result of a petition by Mr. Herman C. Runkles, Victoria, Illinois, which petition is on file in the office of the below named Board and open to inspection by the public. All interested persons are invited to attend this hearing and be heard, or they may submit comments on this matter in writing to the office of the below named Board, or both. KNOX COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Knox County Zoning Department Knox County Courthouse Galesburg, Illinois Ralph Hawthorne, Chairman Dated this 26th day of April, 1973, at Galesburg, Illinois. 5/1; IT the drive were Mrs. Dean Simkins, Mrs. Garland Dillon, Mrs. Tom Whitsitt, Mrs. Don Schraceo, Mrs. George Olson, Mrs. William Eiker, Mrs. Hiram King, Mrs. Frances Kennedy, Mrs. Clarence Smith, Mrs. Bob Rash Mrs. Webster Gehring. and The Knoxville Business Association will meet Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the council room. Haw gugai and VUamlni Natural Toad*. Olto. Flou". B61d At... »W £• Mats. KnoxvUle SEE KNOXVILLE "MONEY STORE"! May 4, 1973 Galesburg Register-Mail man at the top must bear the responsibility. That responsibility, therefore, belongs here, in this office. I accept it. "And I pledge to you tonight, from this office, that I will do everything in my power to ensure that the guilty are brought to justice, and that such abuses are purged Jrom our political processes in the years to come, long after I have left this office." Already Watergate has resulted, in the departure of perhaps as many as 10 persons. Former Attorney General John N. Mitchell resigned as campaign manager two weeks after the bugging, claiming personal reasons. Former deputy campaign manager Jeb Stuart Magruder resigned as assistant to the Commerce secretary last week, and acting FBI Director L. Patrick Gray III quit. Nixon's appointments secretary, Dwight L. Chapin, and special counsel, Charles W. Colson, resigned earlier this year to take jobs in private industry. Gordon Strachan, formerly Haldeman's liaison with the Committee to Re-elect the President, resigned as general counsel of the U.S. Information Agency just before Nixon spoke. All have been linked in one way or another with alleged espionage and sabotage during the 1972 campaign. Richardson apparently will take over from Assistant Attorney General Henry E. Petersen the direction of Nixon's Inquiry into Watergate Petersen had been given the assignment only last week after Kleindienst removed himself, citing the same reason he did Monday — his personal arid professional relationship with persons who may be involved. Several investigations are under way into Watergate in additoin to Nixon's inquiry. The Senate established the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities earlier this year, and it is expected to begin open hearings—with the cooperation of Nixon aides promised—about May 15. The federal grand jury that indicted the seven men who already have pleaded or been found guilty of conspiracy has been hearing witnesses for several weeks. And the Demo crats have filed a $6.4 million civil damage suit against the re-election committee and have been taking depositions from persons linked with the case. { A thought for the day: 'American humorist James Thurber said, "You might as I well fall flat on your face as 'lean over too far backward." Contaminated Marine Life Blamed on U.S. Defoliation Galesburg, 1U. Classified Advertising Dial 343-7181 omcE HOURS: Monday through Friday— 8 A.M .4 :30 P.M. Saturday $ AM.-*JPM. TRANSIENT CASK RATS Effective March 1. 1971 Notice* * Special - Pergonal*-!! REDUCE excess fluids with tflui- dex — Lose weight with Dex-A- Dlet capsules — at West Drug. Lost and Foend—$ LADY'S glasses lost, A sided gold frame bifocals, south side of Lake Storey Sunday. Phone 343-2277. Words 1-20 7-days 4-days l-day BM | 3.7» | 1.80 21-28 8.13 I 4.20 | 1.88 26-30 31-39 _L 8.78 4.49 1.82 I 7.84 8.24 2.13 Blind Ad Charge—80c . Card of Thanks, in Memorlam. Lodge Notices, Other Notices, i inch or less—82.78. CASH RATE—Applies when ad is paid within 8 days from date of last Insertion. INDEX SAIGON (UPI) - A new controversy over the use of defoliants by the United States during the Vietnam war stirred today with a Tokyo newspaper report of contaminated marine life in the South China Sea. The news hit Saigon after a Japanese cabinet minister's announcement that he impounded 24 tons of frozen shrimp from South Vietnam pending scientific tests. The action apparently was based on reports in Japanese newspapers quoting a South Vietnamese botanist, Pham Hoang Ho, as saying marine life in the South China Sea was contaminated by defoliant chemicals dropped on forests by U.S. warplanes. Ho, a sanitary engineer employed by the agriculture ministry, could not be reached for comment. At least 20 firms have gone into the frozen shrimp and sea food business in South Vietnam in the p^ast year or so. Economic studies of the war- battered economy showed that export of marine and forest products are among the fastest means of providing billions of dollars in foreign exchange needed to rebuild the country. A finding by Japan that the shrimp are unfit for human consumption would all but rule out foreign markets for shrimp, crab and fish. Wobbly Earth As it rotates, earth wobbles on its axis. This deviation, known as Chandler's Wobble, reaches its peak every seventh year, and some scientists believe earthquakes are more numerous in those years. The next peak year will be in 1978. LEGAL NOTICES Knox County Zoning Resolution PUBLIC NOTICE State of Illinois ) )SS County of Knox ) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in Galesburg Township, Knox County, Illinois, that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, May 16, 1973 at 2:00 p.m. in the Board Room, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, relative to a request for a change of zoning from an "R" Rural Residence district to a "B-2" Highway Business district on the following described property: Lots 4 and 5, Block 1, William's Addition to the City of Galesburg, Township 11 North, Range 1 East of the Fourth P.M., Galesburg Township, Knox County, Illinois, as the result of a petition by Mr. Rufus Gatlin, 257 West North Street, Galesburg, Illinois, which petition is on file in the office of the below named Board and open to inspection by the public. All interested persons are invited to attend this hearing and be heard, or they may submit comments on this matter in writing to the office of the below named Board, or both. KNOX COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Knox County Zoning Department Knox County Courthouse Galesburg, Illinois Ralph Hawthorne, Chairman Dated this 26th day of April, 1973, at Galesburg, Illinois. 5/1; IT Knox County Zoning Resolution Knox County Zoning Resolution PUBLIC NOTICE State of Illinois ) )SS County of Knox ) TO WHOM IT MAY CON CERN, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in Rio Township, Knox County, Illinois, that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, May 16, 1973 at 2:00 p.m. in the Board Room, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, relative to a request for a zoning variance to allow a thirty- foot reduction in set-back requirements in the "F" Farming district on the following described property: The Southwest Quarter (SW»/4) of the Northwest Quarter (NWVi), and the West One-half (W%) of the Southwest Quarter (SWVi) of Section 8, 120 acres, and the West 27 acres of the Southeast Quarter (SEVi) of the Southwest Quarter (SWVi) of Section 8, Township 13 North, Range 1 East of the Fourth P.M., Rio Township, Knox County, Illinois, as the result of a petition by Mr. Sterling Saline, Rio, Illinois, which petition is on file in the office of the below named Board and open to inspection by the public. All interested persons are invited to attend this hearing and be heard, or they may submit comments on this matter in writing to the office of the below named Board, or both. KNOX COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Knox County Zoning Department Knox County Courthouse Galesburg, Illinois Ralph Hawthorne, Chairman Dated this 26th day of April, 1973, at Galesburg, Illinois. 5/1; IT Card of Thanks 1 BuUdlng Lots v .62 AvlaUon WA Antiques - 31 Apartments—Furnished 83 Apartments—Unfurnished 84 Autoi—Sport, Foreign 77 Autos—New 78 Autos—Used 79 Business Service 7 Business Opportunity - 17 Boats and Motors 70 Child Care 10 Coins — Stamps — Misc 38 COUNTRY CORNER— Farm - Miscellaneous . 40 Farms end Acreages—Rent 41 Farms end Acreages—Sale 42 Pasture for Rent 43 Firm Implements > Services..44 Feed - Seed - Fertilisers 45 Poultry end Supplies —. 46 Livestock and Suppues 47 Auctions ..... 48 Commercial Property —89 Construction Equipment 75 Employment Wanted 14 Garages 80 Good Things to Eat 21 Help Wanted—Male 11 Help Wanted—Female ......-—12 Help Wanted—Male, Female —13 Household Goods 28 Home Improvement 28 Houses for Rent — 58 In Memorlam 2 Instruction 15 Insurance 20 Investments 18 Lawn and Garden Needa 34 lost and Found Moving — Storage . Money to Loan—Wanted 19 Musical 28 Mobile Homes for Rent 58 Mobile Home Spaces 57 Miscellaneous 30 Mobile Homes for Sale — 68 Motorcycles - Bicycles -.74 New Houses for Sale 82A Notices - Lodge - 3 Notices - Other ..... 4 Notices - Special - Personal 8 Office Space 50 Photography 29 Pets and SuppUes — 33 Property Management 16 Rooms for Rent 51 Resorts and Cottages 61 Room and Board — 52 Real Estate for Sale 63 Real Estate Wanted _. 84 Real Estate—Out of Town 65 Sporting Goods __ 71 Transportation 9 Trailers - Campers - Equip 72 Tires - Accessories - Parts 73 Trucks - Truck TraUers -76 TV - Radio - Stereo 27 Wanted to Buy - Misc 35 Wanted to Rent 58 Business Service—7 GARDEN TILLING Jim Koht_, 342-0448 A. & A. Painting and Remodeling Contractors. Houses, Barns, Garages, etc. Abingdon 462-3529 — Free estimates. STEAM Cleaners and Pressure Washers. R. G. Hanson Company, Kewanee. Phone 309-853-5109. ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance SERVICE — 342-2567 Expert Diagnosis BLACK dirt for sale, you haul. In> iuir< 009. /n^n Ulis AW* anii., noun ill- ^uire 892 McClure or phone 342- PAINTING and decorating, interior and exterior. E. C. Gambell. Dial 343-8314. ROOFS NEW and REPAIRS CHIMNEYS—New and Repairs. 830 and up. Free estimates. G. A. SIMPSON— 343-0437 Call after 6 P.M. Help Wanted -Male-11 DRIVER delivery man with car, 6 nights * week or part time. Ap- S ly in person, Martle's, 87 1. hetry. LARGE MIDWEST CORPORATION Taking applicant* to expand present faculties 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—eub- sequent pay 8300 weekly for those who qualify. Management positions have base potential of 818,800 annually. If you are serious about an opportunity for Income and personal growth, apply In person 7:00 P.M., Wed., Hay 2, Holiday Inn, Galesburg. Ask for Mr. Carlson. HOUSE painting, interior and exterior. Barns and buildings. For free estimates call 342-3998 anytime. CAT AND HYPRO PUMPS Sales— R. G. Hanson Co.—Service Kewanee — Phone: 309-853-5109 HOUSE painting — interior and exterior. Free estimate. Call after 5:30 P.M. Phone 462-3986. GARDEN TILLING Mac's Excavating. Phone 343-3382. DYKE'S TYPEWRITER SERVICE, cleaning and repair. 1571 Beecher Ave. 342-6603. Free pickup 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. ___ 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. Card of Thanks—1 Rogers(Continued From Page 1) SWANK — We wish to thank Fr Lohan, Fr. Prendergast, Dr. Contro, all doctors and nurses in Trauma Center and Intensive Care. St. Mary's Hospital, relatives, neighbors and friends for their kindnesses, masses, food and flowers at the time of our be. loved husband and father's death The Family of John Swank THANK YOU to relatives and friends for the food and flowers at the time of our bereavement Also thank you to Dr. Bohan nurses, nurses' aides on second floor at St. Mary's Hospital. Mary Prina Fred Seghie Grandchildren Notices - Special • Personal—5 STOP CABBAGE ODOBS. while cooking by placing a few walnut shells into the pot while cooking. Fingertip shopping Is yours when you read the Classified Ads. Ph. 343-7181. 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. PUBLIC NOTICE State of Illinois ) )SS County of Knox ) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in Victoria Township, Knox County, Illinois, that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, May 16, 1973 at 2:00 p.m., in the Board Room, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, relative to a request for a conditional use to allow the location and residential occupancy of a mobile home in the "F" Farming district on the following described property: The East One-half (EH) of the Northwest Q u a r t er (NWM0 of Section 25, Township 12 North, Range 4 East of the Fourth P.M., Victoria Township, Knox County, Illinois, as the result of a petition by Mr. Charles R. Smith, R.R. 1, Oneida, Illinois, which petition is on file in the office of the below named Board and open to inspection by the public All interested persons are invited to attend this hearing and be heard, or they may submit comments on this matter in writing to the office of the below named Board, or both. KNOX COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Knox County Zoning Department Knox County Courthouse Galesburg, Illinois 1 ?h a ak h m H an Wth0rne, I" ™> the Em P ire State Dated this 26th day of April, Building was dedicated in New 1973, at Galesburg, Illinois. York City ... 102 floors, a total 5/1; IT height of 1,250 feet. compliance" with Article 20 of the peace agreement barring North Vietnamese and other foreign troops from Cambodia If the North Vietnamese left Cambodia, Rogers said, the administration would no longer have a constitutional justifica tion to bomb. But as long as they remain there, they threaten "the right 1 of self-determination of the South Vietnamese people, which is guaranteed by the agreement." Senators who have questioned the President's constitutional authority to continue bombing in Indochina were handed Rogers' statement during a hearing Monday. They asked Rogers to return later to discuss it in detail. Sen. Jacob Javits, R-N.Y., urged the administration to get explicit congressional approval for the air action in Cambodia, rather than rely on past congressional action authorizing the Vietnam war as the basis for a renewed air var. ILKUs.. Q world of results! 0 SUPER Communicators for PEOPLE PLACES and THINGS Phone 343-7181 Ask for the WANT AD Dept. 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 Experienced Body & Paint MAN WANTED With Chance later to take Charge of Expanded Shop. -6- Lots of Work Good Benefits AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE GOOD MONEY Write Box 831 care Galesburg Register-Mail INVESTIGATORS WE NEED PART TIME MEN with cars to Inspect houses, talk to debtors, collect money, pick up credit cards, investigate, skip trace, etc. No experience necessary. No selling, pleasant work, good pay. You can be our agent for the area where you live. CaU Mr. Davis (816) 842-2557 or write TRAY- CO, P.O. Box 2177, Kansas City, Mo. 64142. EXPERIENCED grocery stackers to work third shift at Giant Foods,, E. Main only. 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. 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. Moving - Storage—8 ASSISTANT ControUer: Supervise, hire and train in accounting section. $7,800. CaU 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. , FOR RENT — Warehouse space, 43,767 sq. ft., located in Monmouth, 111. Call Monmouth 7342138, ask for Ray Green STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 Child Car«—10 OUR business is very good — We now need permanent men for our appliance service and sales department. Top pay — plan includes bonus and high percentage. No previous experience needed, car helpful. Phone 3432106. An equal opportunity employer. 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. STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. Kellogg Opens 6:30 — Ages 2 to 6 •ir Programmed Activities •fr Supervised Play •b Nutritious Meals ii Air Conditioned ft State Licensed 342-3060 Open all Summer Help Wanted -Male—11 PRODUCTION SCHEDULER 1. Must Have 2 Yrs. Experience 2. Day Shift, 7 to 3:30 p.m. 3. Salary Position with Excellent Fringe Benefits Apply PERSONNEL OFFICE ROWE MFG. CO. CAMERAMAN—DAY SHIFT Commercial offset printing company, union shop — top pay with fringe benefits and pleasant working conditions. Phone for interview. 309-691-2496. 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. EXCELLENT opportunity to Join a well established, fast growing, good paying, profit sharing corporation. Must be able to supervise and schedule men with detailed record keeping. Write P.O. Box 247. Rock Island, 111. 61201 WHOLESALE Sales: Coffee makers and related items to small business, $7,200 plus commissions and benefits. Call Jim Scattergood. 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. SALESMAN WANTED: Salesman wanted for Central Illinois territory. Established territory. Call, on retail trade with nationally advertised lines of work gloves, dry goods, sundry merchandise. Guaranteed draw against commissions. Expenses paid. Car furnished. Would be willing to train an inexperienced man If willing to work. Write Lamberts Missouri Distributing Company, Chii- licothe. Missouri 64601 TRAFFIC Manager Trainee: Learn industrial shipping and receiving. Great future! $6300. CaU 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. ^^_______________ DON'T Answer this ad unless you are ready to go to work and make in access of $12,000 a year, commissions, renewals an d fringe benefits. I will interview Tuesday, May 1, between 8 and 8 p.m., Wednesday. May 2. 9 to 11 a.m., at the Holiday Inn Motel. Ask for Jim Harscher. SALES: Regional manager to sell seed corn through farm dealers. Bonus and expenses plus $12,000. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor Ac Smith Personnel. (Continued on Page 24) Help Wanted-Male—U Help Wanted • Male—11 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 & 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 — Sick 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—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.

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