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Galesburg, Illinois
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Golesburg Regisfer*Moil, Gajesburg, Soturcfdy^ Moy 5, 1 97$r\7 Galesburg, !U. Classified Advertising Dial 343-7181 Office HOURS: Monday through Friday- «u 8 A.M.-f :W r.m. Saturday — 8 A.M.«3 P.M. Help Wanted-Mtle-11 USHERS wanted — Must b# 16 or older. Apply In person at Orpheum Theatre after 7:30 P.M. Help Wanted-Male-11 Card of Thanks—1 MY SINCERE thanks to my relatives and friends who remembered me with flowers, cards, sifts and letters while I was in St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minnesota where I had hip surgery and while I am convalescing at home. I appreciated all the kindnesses. Inez Cline Notices • Special • Personal—S Wins Pickup D. W. Kreager, Peoria, second from right, assistant zone manager of Chevrolet Division of General Motors, presents the keys to a new pickup truck to Jerry Dale King, Oneida, one of four national Jaycee Outstanding Young Farmer award winners. Pictured with King are his wfie, Inis, left, and their three children, Brent, Julie and Brian, seated on WOODEN BREADBOARDS WHITEN like new when rubbed with a half lemon dipped in salt. Rinse with clear water and let dry. Idle Items disappear fast when you use a Classified Ad. Phone 343-7181. DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do something about It? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-2170, 24 hours. Confidential. truck. Richard Yemm, of Weaver*Yemm Chevrolet, looks on at right. King was sponsored by the Galesburg Jaycees and Weaver- Yemm Co. as he progressed through local, state and national competition before taking the top honor. (Register-Mail photo by Dale Humphrey.) 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. PRODUCTION SCHEDULER 1. Must Have 2 Yr*. Experience 2. Day Shift, 7 to 3:30 p.m. 3. Salary Position with Excellent Fringe Benefits Apply PERSONNEL OFFICE ROWE MFG. CO. TRAFFIC Manager Trainee: Learn industrial shipping, receiving. Great future I (0,800. Call Rich Ankeney, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & smith Personnel. CAMERAMAN—DAY SHIFT Commercial offset printing company, union shop — top pay with fringe benefits and pleasant working conditions. Phone for interview, 309-891-2490. TRAINEE: Sell brand name prod ucts to supermarkets. Manage ment potential and fast raises. No experience necessary. Com- S any vehicle, benefits plus $7,000. all Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel, MANAGER trainee, willing to re locate. Apply in person or call 309-446-3892, Mr. Hicks, manager Farmers Table Restaurant, Brimfield. 1-74 & Oak Hill Rd., Brimfield exit. LOCAL POSITIONS Tool & Die—Day shift 18,000 Malnt. Man — Growth spot) 117,500 Parts Man •— Farm equip. _J 7,020 Draftsman — Design! 1 7,000 Stock Clerk — Advance! $6,500 Call BOB TILTON. 342-1112 Wittle, Pryor St Smith Personnel Lost and Found—* NICE Male Collie dog lost or strayed in Knoxville on Main St. Ph. 289-2693. OUR business Is very good — We now need permanent men for our appliance service and sales de partment. Top pay — plan in eludes bonus and high percent age. No previous experience needed, car helpful. Phone 343 2106. An equal opportunity em ployer. . MAN with some food experience to train for Restaurant Manager in Carbondaie, III. Good Pay, send resume Box 609, Herrln, 111. Help Wanted - Female—12 SALES REPRESENTATIVE — Construction Industry Experience, to carry additional quality lines. Customer list in territory provided. Write Box 840, care Galesburg Register-Mall. SIDING SUBCONTRACTORS—Experienced only. Have 2,000 sq s laying. We pay $25 a sq. plus trim. Call cofiect Moline, 111. 309764-3537. ALTERATIONS Part time alteration lady needed. All work done at home. FRANKEL'S APPAREL 232 E. Main St. — Galesburg 343-2418 AVON, TO BUY OR SELL, CALL 342-1622 or write Avon Manager. P.O. Box 1385, Galesburg, iff. 61401. LADIES HELP — HELP Need a bus driver for little city buses. Want full or part time. Call 342-4242 after 4:30 P.M. SECRETARY FOR prestige local concern. Loads of opportunity waiting for you. $6,000 and all CallLynn Breeze, 342- CRANE OPERATORS NEEDED Piedmont Crane Services can help put you in the drivers seat for a high paying position as a Certified Crane Operator. Many, many openings in this area, scale $5.00 to $11.00 per hour, placement assistance guaranteed. If you are sincerely ambitious and a hard worker call 317-635-9283 or write to: Piedmont Crane Services, 3969 Meadows Drive, Suite L-2, Indianapolis, Ind. 46205. NOW HIRING Second shift, sheet metal assemblers, prefer 1 yr. experience. Starting salary $3.85 per hour. Apply Personnel Office, Rowe Mfg. Co. BUYER: Growing company. Top spot! Up to $14,000 and benefits. Call Rich Ankeney, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor&Smith Personnel. SALES: Fine national firm offers local opening for bright trainee. $5,200 plus commissions and benefits. Call Jim Scattergood, 3421112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. TIE TAC with stone lost Sunday MECHANICAL Engineer: Mid-size night at Soangetaha Country Corp. offers opportunity to step- Club. Phone 343-2903. Reward. up! $15,000 _Plus_beneflts!_ Fee Mom-Daughter Meal Set ABINGDON - The Abingdon High School GAA mother- daughter banquet will be held Monday at 6:30 p.m. at Fellowship Hall of the United Methodist Church of Christ. The Abingdon City Council will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall. CWF and CNF of the Abingdon Christian Church will attend a workshop session at Galesburg First Christian Church Monday from 9 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. First Assembly of God Church will have a visitation program at the church Monday at 7 p.m. Abingdon High School track team will travel to Galva for a meet Monday at 3 p.m. Abtogdon MRS. GERALDINE BAUFR Correspondent RFD St. Augustine, 111. Phone 462-2477 Administrative board of United Methodist Church will meet at the church May 14 at 7:30 p.m. Members are asked to note the change of date. Altar and Rosary Society of the Sacred Heart Church will meet at the church Tuesday at 7:45 p.m. Mary White, Teri Schoonover, Sherri Schoonover, Teresa Shoemate, Resa Denisar, Chris Lagnese, Becky Legate, Deanne Olinger, all members of Student Action for Education at Abingdon High School, have completed their student teaching at Abingdon Grade School. Miss Lagnese is president of the organization and Paul Cuba is sponsor. Grade school teachers helping in the program were Miss Grace Schrodt, Miss Margaret Hall, Mrs. Larry Lewis, Mrs Paul Cuba, Mrs. H. R. Goff, Mrs. Art Donart and Mrs. Mary Moshier. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lagnese and Chris have returned home from a trip to New Castle, Pa., to visit relatives. HOME Improvement, any type. Basement waterproofing, carpenter work, roofing, guttering, and painting. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. 343-9563. District 202 Helps in 'Walk' KNOXVILLE vr- School District 202 has approved the use of school facilities for the v "Walk for Mankind" project being sponsored by the Knoxville Junior Woman's Club in June. Members of the board voted to grant the request at its April meeting. Mrs. DeWayne Sanburg and Mrs. George Clarke, club officers, explained that the walk is designed to help finance medical missionaries. The board also voted to allow the club the use of school equipment if it is determined to be legal. In other business the board approved student participation in the "Open Door" stu- Rain, Storms Rumble Over Parts of U.S. By United Press International i Thunderstorms rumbled over the Plains today while showers dampened the Far West and the Northeast. Thunderstorms increased in Intensity over the Plains from west Texas through the Dakotas and Minnesota today. Three-quarter-inch hail pelted an area about 20 miles northwest of Kearney, Neb., Friday night. However, rainfall was generally light. Rain stretched from the eastern Great Lakes to New England early today with some occasional snow in the higher portions of the Appalachians. Rain dampened portions of the West and brought snow and high winds to some areas. Four inches of snow was reported at Blue Canyon, Calif., just west of Reno, Nev., and winds gusted to 45 miles per hour northwest of San Francisco. Scattered showers dampened much of the West, extending southward to near the Arizona- Mexico border. Cold Canadian air covered much of the eastern portion of the nation and frost or freeze warnings were in effect today from the northern and eastern Great Lakes southeastward to Virginia. Early morning temperatures today ranged from 33 degrees at both Grand Rapids and Lansing, Mich., to 75 at Key West, Fla. Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-2816 dent exchange program in which a local student would study abroad, living with a family, while a foreign student would study at Knoxville High School. MEMBERS of the board discussed heating problems in Jensen Gymnasium but did not reach a decision on whether to repair the present facility or to install a different heating system. The build­ ing has been heated by hot water pumped underground from the high school. The underground pipes have deteriorated. The Pilgrim Congregational Church will sponsor a potluck supper Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Floyd Gustafson will show slides of Australia following the supper. The Maxey Chapel breakfast, bazaar and bake sale is scheduled for Tuesday from 8 a.m. to noon. It was rescheduled from April. The Egypt Neighborhood Club will meet Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Marguerite Arnold, Moon Towers, Galesburg. Business Service— 7 REPAIR and Remodeling contractor. Siding, carpentry, cement work, tucking, basement waterproofing, roofing, guttering, painting. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Albert Briggs, 3421941, 342-3426. GARDEN TILLING Jim Kohtz, 342-0446 ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance SERVICE — 342-2567 Expert Diagnosis BLACK dirt for sale, you haul. Inquire 892 McClure or phone 3421009. PAINTING and decorating, interior and exterior. E. C. Gambell. Dial 343-8314. paid!' Call Bob Tilton, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. FULL TIME salesman. Automo tively inclined. Great opportunity for advancement. Apply in person, Winners Circle, 154 West Main, Galesburg. 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 ROOFS NEW and REPAIRS CHIMNEYS—New and Repairs. $30 and up. Free estimates. G. A. SIMPSON—343-0437 Call after 6 P.M. HOUSE painting, interior and exterior. Wns and buildings. For free estimates call 342-3996 anytime^ HOUSE painting — interior and exterior. Free estimate. Call after 5:30 P.M. Phone 462-Sf" GARDEN TILLING Mac's Excavating. Phone 343-3382. DYKE'S TYPEWRITER SERVICE, cleaning and repair. 1571 Beecher Ave. 342-6603. Free pickup Kennedy Asserts Executive Branch Will Bounce Back CLEAN TYPEWRITER KEYS fast 1 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 WHITE ROCK DRIVEWAY SERVICE E. J. MARTIN-342-0521 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 Carv-10 WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen.,cratic Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., told a convention of newspaper editors Friday he is confident the executive branch of government will emerge from the Watergate scandal "resilient and responsive to the nation's needs." In a banquet speech Friday ending the annual convention of the. American Society of Newspaper Editors, Kennedy said that despite allegations of high- level White House involvement the Watergate case the in "often-tested institution of the presidency will survive. Kennedy said he supported the suggestion that Attorney General-designate Elliot Richardson name an independent investigator to oversee the Watergate probe. Kennedy drew his strongest response from the audience of 500 editors and their wives when he said: "No president ever again can let himself withdraw into isolation at the mercy of his staff. No president ever again can let himself be totally shielded against the country he must lead. No president ever again can let himself be cut off from state and local officials, cut off from the people and the press and even from the members of his cabinet..." Kennedy, who skirted any discussion of his own political plans, told the editors that "the other branches of our demo system have already begun to work effectively together to repair the damage" of Watergate. "Whatever, the fate of those already implicated in the scandal, or who may be implicated in disclosures yet to come," he said, "I am confident that the presidency itself will,emerge from this ordeal, resilient and responsive to the nation's needs." He drew loud applause when he commented: "If Watergate the darkest hour in the BABYSITTER WANTED In my home. 342-5597, BABYSITTER wanted, 4 P.M.-1:30 A.M. 1 child. Must be over 18. 343-4892. JANITOR wanted. A] son after 7:30 P. Drive-In Theatre. IS history of the office of the president, it is also the finest hour in the history of the First Amendment and freedom of the press." Pioneer Moves Farther Away MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif (UPI) — The American spaceship Pioneer 10 is 400 million miles from earth, so far that it takes a radio signal more than an hour to get out there and back. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said Friday that the unmanned space laboratory has only 100 million miles to go to reach Jupiter next December. It was launched more than a year ago. Me a n w h i 1 e, Pioneer 11, launched last month, is 14 million miles away from earth, heading toward Jupiter at 83,000 miles per hour. STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. KELLOGG Opens 6:30 — Ages 2 to 6 it Programmed Activities Supervised Play ir Nutritious Meals •fr Air Conditioned •fr State Licensed 342-3060 — Open all Summer Help Wanted - Male—11 in per- Galesburg SHOE SALESMEN Full time and part time, experience preferred but not necessary. Good starting wages. Apply in person only, ask for Mr. Gaddis, Shane & Showers Shoe Store SALES trainee, learn all lines of insurance business, $650 per mo salary, plus commission. Excellent fringe benefits. Call 343-9077. HELP WANTED Full time and part time help needed. Apply at GALESBURG Tire & Vulc. Co. 244 S. Chambers, Galesburg, 111 MALE HELP Eastern Electrical Mfg. Co. needs 3 young men to start working immediately In local branch. Delivery and display work. No experience necessary, we train. $3.50 per hr. plus expense. Car, phone and 3 yr. residence mandatory. For full information write Box 836, care Galesburg Hegister-Mail. FOREMAN Trainee: Begin a career position as you train with local firm. $6,500 plus benefits. Call Bob Tilton, 342-1U2, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. DRIVER delivery man with car, 6 nights a week or part time. Apply in person, Martie's, 57 S. Cherry PRODUCTION Control Trainee: Learn to schedule and expedite, f B,800. Call Rich Ankeney, 342112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. REPRESENTATIVE Established National Company has local salaried (not commission) sales opportunity for young man 22 to 35. Some college helpful but not essential. ? 900 per month to start. Train- ng provided but then you must be a self starter. This is a rare career opportunity with excellent management potential. For local interview, reply in confidence to: MR. RUSS SCHWEM Markting Director Tangley Oaks Educational Center Lake Bluff, 111. 60044 All replies will be answered. SALES: individual with agriculture background to sell to farmer dealers. $12,000 plus expenses. Fee Paid. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel WANTED INSURANCE SALES MANAGER Globe Life 8c Accident Insurance Co.. one of the nation's fastest growing companies is making an unusual offer to the right person: (1) Good solid sales contract—40% commissions paid on Annual sales, 10% renewal for life. Just as good for semi-annual, quarterly, and monthly sales. (2) Excellent retirement plan. (3) Company group hospitalization 6c life insurance. (4) Very little travel. (5) Leads. (6) Very generous overwrite of agents under his supervision. If you are unhappy, or just curious you owe it to yourself to Investigate this opportunity. Call (collect) Mike Begnaud, (815) 226-8787 or write to 2606 Broadway, Suite 2C, Rockford, 111. benefits 1112, Wittle sonnel. Pryor Sc Smith Per- Help Wanted - Milt, F«ma!e~13 LABORATORY TECHNICIAN (A.S.C.P.) 77' Experienced, able assume responsibility as director of laboratory facility. Salary negotiable. Reply by letter to: Kenneth Poshard, Administrator P.O. Box 529 • Mason District Hospital Havana, Illinois 62644 PART TIME WAITRESS Be sure and call if you want a job with ideal hours and above average income 2 or 3 nights per week. Also suitable for second income. Northgate Lounge, ask for Jack Enes, 343-8645 before 5 P.M., 3426415 after 7 P.M. GOOD wages for suitable woman. Be of assistance to a disabled lady and earn extra money over regular income. Not stay in. Only interested persons need apply Ph. 342-8509. APPEALING office and congenial boss make this the fun spot to work. $320 and Benefits. Call Lynn Breeze, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. WAITRESS wanted, nights. Phone 343-6313 for app't. ALTERATION lady wanted to do alterations in your home. Apply at Leslies, 149 E. Main. Honda World of Peoria Opening for Honda Mechanic • Year 'round job • Top Money • Opportunity to advance • Volume Shop • Must be good ' Call Collect — HARRY STEIN 309-692-3200 LOCAL manufacturer of large off highway equipment has openings for experienced Mig and flux core WELDERS and TURRET thru Saturday cf)Rp Illinois St. Brimfleld, 111. GRANDVIEW RESTAURANT Night Waitress, 3 nights a week. Must be 16. Apply in person. SALESLADY We are looking for full time or part time sales ladies. Applicants should be mature, responsible women who enjoy selling and are seeking a permanent position. We offer a guaranteed salary, commission and fringe benefits. Please apply in person. FRANKEL'S APPAREL 232 E. MAIN ST. Galesburg RN or LPN for permanent part time night shift. Apply between 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. Americana Nursing Center, 280 E. Losey EXPERIENCED beautician needed to fill vacancy, full or part time Phone 343-2976 after 8 P.M. ASSISTANT superintendent of pro duction. Immediate opening due to expansion. Applicant should have supervisory experience in farm building equipment, inven tory, shipping and receiving. Sal ary open, excellent fringe benefits. Send resume to Personnel Dept.. Huskee-Bilt Construction Co., P.O. Box 648, Monmouth, 111. 61462. WANTED — Someone experienced in activities to work in a retire ment facility. Also mature per son to work 11 to 7 shift as nurses aide. Reference required Fine working conditions. Call for app't. with Administrator Applegate East Retirement Center, 342 2103. Immediate Openings For Permanent Full-Time Employment IN LOCAL INDUSTRY PRODUCTION WORKERS" Excellent Benefits Good Working Conditions Must Pass Physical Examination 77 APPLY '7, Illinois State Employment Service 272 East Simmons Street BARTENDER time; ... . time; waitress or waiferj full time, must be 21. Apply at Beser ra's Taco House. ' r barmaid, part WANTED — Experienced Re"al Estate Sales Person. We ,pay top commissions and offer top advertising, secretarial service, office facilities, and require a minimum in sales from our, sales personnel. Call Anthony. B. Lischwe, Realtor. 343-1165. Employment Wanted—14 IRONINGS to do In my home. Will pickup and deliver. Write.,P.O. Box 71, Gilson, 111. Business Opportunity—17 INVESTIGATE Before You INVEST" Galesburg Register-Mall tne'Te- The attempts to determine liability of the advertiser in all ads requiring an investment. It cannot, however, guarantee all such offers. We recommend that you INVESTIGATE fully before investing. • • • GOLDEN Business Opportunity for the creative energetic person. We want to share with you ho;w to make money in your spare" time. Ph. 343-3516. DISTRIBUTORSHIP Your Very Own Business Help Wanted - Female—12 COMPANY WILL train you for this position. All you need is desire to learn. $325. Call Lynn Breeze, 342-1112. Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. MERRI Mac Toys needs sharp gals for supervisors. Quality toys and gifts. Outstanding hostess program. Excellent earnings plus bonus. Apply now for training in May. Call District Manager in Rock Island collect, 309-786-7183. Help Wanted - Male—11 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 Kroger Needs Produce Managers Excellent opportunity for aggressive and alert individuals to become produce managers. Excellent opportunity for advancement. Only applicants with one year or more experience need apply. PLEASE APPLY AT THE KROGER STORE, Galesburg DUANE PALMER, Store Manager CONCESSION girls wanted, must after" 7°30 °PWl' (Galesburg D^ive- We need a Distributor to handle in Th«tre <* alesDur 6 " rlve established dealers who *i» be ~" 1 " e,ttr ?- _— • retailing our products. These prod- NOW taking applications for ,con-] ucts a re manufactured by a 50 year cession and cashier girls. Must be 16 or older. Apply in person at The West Theatre after 7 P.M. FULL TIME or part time. Apply in person. Burger Champ, 2100 E. Main. Help Wanted - Male, Female—13 PHONE Sales — Light delivery. Must have car. Available 8:30 to 5. For further information call 343-6211 or 343-6611 INDIVIDUAL to do light, clean service and inventory work on part time basis. Approximately 8 to 12 hours per week. Must have car. Call 343-5178 for further details. GRILL and Counter Help wanted, $1.60 per hour. Fringe benefits include paid hospitalization and vacation. Apply in person. Toddle House. 555 W. Main St PART TIME help to work in our tire service department. Immediate opening. Contact Art Coziahr, Arco Chemical Co., Woodhull, 111. Phone 309-934-2111. Equal opportunity employer. M/F ANGELO'S Italian Restaurant now taking applications for waitresses and kitchen help. Good tips and top wages. Call for appointment, 343-0213 NATIONALLY KNOWN COMPANY needs 2 representatives for sales and service. No investments necessary, car advantageous. Write P.O. Box 295, Galesburg. An equal opportunity employer. Help Wanted-Female-12 Help Wanted -Female-12 WHITE SPACE INCREASES READERSHIP OF THE WANT ADS THE RIGHT PLACE RIGHT NOW A . . . Where the working environment enables you to work with a staff of profession^ 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 adi'iacent to Chicago's cultural, educational and entertainment facilities. . . . Where highly competitive salaries and extensive benefits are offered as well as an opportunity for development. Contact Personnel Department LITTLE COMPANY OF MARY HOSPITAL 2800 W. 95th St. Evergreen Park, 111. 60642 (An Equal Opportunity Employer) GRANT CITY Needs Furniture & Appliance SALES PERSON Fast growing retail chain offers top benefits and commission. Some experience needed in the furniture, home furnishings and appliance field. We are an equal opportunity employer GRANT CITY South St. — Kewanee, 111. Phone 852-3321 old leader and one of the. best- known manufacturers in Onginal Equipment Manufacturing of automotive parts. This business can be operated out of your home ton a part time or full time basis.- Extremely High Returns on this Exciting Growth Business We have made provisions to guarantee the success of our distributorships. Consequently we 'require a man or woman with high ethical standards, good credit and a" minimum of $1,700 cash securefl'by inventory and services for this, pres- tigous position. If you meet the above requirements and would like to build your own business with limited outside activity and no personal selling write today before your area is closed. Allied Industries International, 351 Lawndale Dr., Dept. 3E. Salt Lake City, Utah 84115. (Include phone number). FOR SALE — Greenhouse, 6500 sq. ft. of glass. Heat in each row. Fans pull air through tubes for automatic ventilation. Automatic heat. Large walk in cooler. Air conditioned display room. Located on highway just outside of Galva, 111. Doing good business. Owner . wishes to retire^Jgriced to sell. Call 932-2272 for jurther information or appointment to see. Nancy Lord Realty, 112 Market St., Galva, 111. WANTED — People who want to earn from $100 to $1,000. A month part time, in their home, write Box 4, Bishop Hill, 111. Money IO Loan - Wanted—19 WE MAKE Gl, FHA and FHA Section 235 government —subsidy loans. Call Colonial Mortgage Co., A. B. Lischwe, 411 Bank of Galesburg Bldg. 343-1165. LOOKING for higher earnings with opportunity for advancement? Ambitious person for permanent position servicing insurance debit (route) for a nationwide company selling life, H&A, hospitalization and fire insurance. Experience not necessary, will train. Immediate earnings $140 per week. Company benefits include group insurance, pension plan and paid vacation. Average agent made $14,500 last year on collections and sale csommissions plus quarterly bonuses, must have car. One route presently open in Galesburg and Monmouth. Inquiries held confidential. If interested call Mr. Bridges collect, at 6912732 or write United Insurance Co. of America, Box 3529, Peoria, 111. 61614. Insurance—20 FOR any kind of automobile, trailer, boat or motorcycle insurance, call Lischwe Insurance, 411 Bank of Galesburg Bldg.. 343-1165 or 59 E. Simmons St.. 342-1187. Good Things To Eat—21 CROP HAIL — Low cost (as Jdw as $11.10 per 1,000—with acreage- discount) — insure beans up to $300 —Referred payment until ,Nov. 1st. Farmer Adjusters, Rockford Mutual, evenings 342-7710, Claire Pottorf, Agent, Hio, 111. DIXIE CREAM DONUTS Complete variety—Fresh daily. Discount prices on quantHj»-or- ders. Open Daily and Wffllay 3 A.M.-6 P.M. 144 E. Mafflf — Next to Walgreens. •*» Home Improvement—H LOWEST or BEST** Do you want the lowest dollar ... or do you want the hest water? For the BEST WAVER see: -v; LEO SWITZER A MIRACLE WATER REFfij&R costs a bit more . . .but.if is worth it. UKii See THE MIRACLE MAN** 451 N. Henderson St.—342-ffit88 (Continued on Page Business Opportunity-17 Business Opportunities; *** mm National Water Softening Company looking for Experienced, Ambitious Person To be an active 50% owner of a retail location to be** soon opened in Galesburg. No investment excepts* your ability, an opportunity for a person with a de£* sire to become self employed and participate irr^; 50% of entire operation. «••> a:--.' 4«» Phone 309-343-0819 Between 9 and 11 A.M. >

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