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\ Custom Cars Run I v +a&C*" In Cordova Drags Golesbura Reoister-Mail CORDOVA -A pair of custom-crafted machines, designed to make "Wheelstands," will be featured Sunday at Cordova Dragway. The world famous "Hemi Under Glass," created by Bob Riggle of Mansfield, Ohio, will be making its first appearance at Cordova. The other machine, "Chevy Rebellion," built and operated by Richard Hutchins of St. Petersburg, Fla., has performed spectacularly at Cordova Dragway several times in previous years. Both cars can run through the entire quarter-mile drag race strip doing "wheel- stands" on their rear wheels. They'll cover the quarter- mile in 10 or 11 seconds elapsed time and will achieve speeds of 125 miles and hour or more. The two wheelstanders will vie in three races, at 2, 3 and 4' Sunday afternoon. The Cordova Dragway gates will open for time trials at 9 a.m., and eliminations in all classes will begin at 2, along with the first "wheelie" race. Riggle's "Hemi Under 8i !6lbtifg, til. Classified Dial 343*7181 OFFICE HOURS: M6«d.y trough Friday- pM Btfectiv March l, iwi Words ^ 7*daya 4-days 1-day 57arT ~3 .w 1-20 1.50 I 7.84 | 5.24 | 2.13 Glass" was the first wheel- stander to feature a flip-top fiberglass body, making it re- ^ , fltirT 4.20 , _ semble a drag racing * 'funny 25-30 i a^p— i ~T4» 1 1,52 car." The body is a Dodge 31 ' 38 Challenger that flips from both front and rear, and that's necessary because the engine is mounted in the rear. The engine is a 426-cubic inch Chrysler capable of generating 1,400 horsepower. Last fall in California Riggle turned the quarter-mile in 9.7 seconds at 139 miles an hour. The "Chevy Rebellion" is a supercharged, fuel - burning machine nowered by a 396- Bllnd Ad Charge-50c Card ol Thinks. In Mgmprum. Lodge KoUcet. Other Notices* 1 inch or less—$2.75. ASH RATE—Applies when ad is paid within » days from date of last Insertion. cubic inch engine. The craft is a 1970 Dodge pick-up truck. A full roll bar cage, with seat belts and shoulder harness, protects the driver. A specially built disc brake guiding system is used to guide "Chevy Rebellion" down the strip. Sunday's program will be the final Sunday drag racing program of the season at Cordova. The drag strip will change to a regular Saturday night schedule for the rest of the season, starting May 19. Cramptoil Is \Nor wood Church Changes Times Leader In Tournament FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI) Between the heat and all the sand he was in Thursday, streaking Bruce Crampton easily qualified for membership in, the Lawrence of Arabia fanl^y 6 - I^retta NORWOOD - Sunday school classes now will begin at 9:30 a.m. at Norwood United Presbyterian Church, and the morning worship service at 10:30, a church spokesman announced. The Senior Youth Group held its annual election of officers club. The group he is trying to join, however, is the exclusive "millionaire club," and he survived the springtime heat and six bunker visits to shoot a four-under-par 66 over the testy Colonial Country Club course for a two-stroke lead after one round of the $150,000 Colonial National Invitation. Ken Still was alone in second Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nied place at 68, while six golfers visited Mr. and Mrs. Parker were tied at 69-Gibby Gilbert, Gridley, BiggsviUe, on May 6. Julius Boros, Phil Rodgers, Tom Weiskopf, Bobby Nichols and Jerry Heard. Keating was elected president; LeRoy Knupp, vice president; Susan Taylor, secretary, and Clarissa Keating, treasurer. Mary Circle members met last week at Norwood United Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Howard Keating, Mrs. Henry Simcox, Mrs. Robert Brownlee and Mrs. Lew Miller were hostesses. Crampton, already the winner of three tournaments this year, victor in the Houston Open last week and this year's leading money winner, had voiced little optimism before Thursday's round that he could continue the pace he set for himself in Houston. "But I can't afford a letdown now after this start," he said. 'Til have my letdown next week. I'm not going to play next week." Crampton needs only $35,000 to make his first $1 million and is currently in fifth place in all- time winnings behind Lee Trevino. Trevino, who needs only $14,000 to reach the million mark, was in eight traps himself Thursday and felt lucky to shoot a one-over 71 over the traditionally rough course. "I wasn't too chili red hot out there," Trevino said. "My shoulder didn't bother me today. Maybe it's the hot weather. I know if the rough was as high here this year as it usually is I would have shot 80." Band Concert Is SetforWestmer JOY — Westmer senior and junior high school instrumental music departments will present their annual spring concert at the high school auditorium here May 13 at 2 p.m. The junior high concert band will perform six numbers, and Rhea Harvey and Dianna MacMahon will play the first movement of the Ostransky Sonatina for Flute and Clarinet. The high school band will also perform. Steven D. Lasher and John F. Gille are band directors. in Memoriam—2 McCOY. Newt L. — In loving memory of our loved one who passed away 1 year ago today, May 11, 1972. It was on the eleventh day of May Our Dad was called away Although we try and do our best I'm sure we'd fail the test. Each day grows shorter; each night longer Our strength grows slowly stronger They say that time does ease the pain That on each heart must faU some rain Even though we're some times sad For you dear Dad, we're very glad The pain and suffering for you has ceased Your trials and problems have also eased. Even though your work on earth Is done Your life continues through your daughter and 3 sons Five grandchildren, all three girls Makes an even dozen So Dad no longer must you trudge along This rough and weary road You took the test and did your best And earned eternal rest. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCoy, Danette and Danny Mr. and Mrs. Newt McCoy, Newt and Michelle Mr. and Mrs. George McCoy and George Jr. Miss Linda McCoy Mrs. Georgia McCoy Notices - Lodge—3 ILLINOIS COUNCIL No. 1 Royal and Select Masters Knoxville, I1L SPRING assembly, Tuesday, May 15, 1973. Opening at 5 P.M., supper 6:15 P.M., Degree work 7:30 P.M. Victor E. Faust, T.I.M. Peter J. Sharpies, Rec. Notices - Other—4 ON AND after this date, May 11, 1973, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. William H. Cooper 643 Day St. Galesburg, 111. Notices - Special - Personal—5 Help Wanted * Female—12 Tonight will find rain or showers across the Tennessee Valley and vicinity. Elsewhere across the country, generally fair weather Rain for Tennessee Valley should prevail with skies ranging from clear to partly cloudy. Lowest temperatures for western Illinois should range in the mid-40's. WANT ADS - DO MORE THINGS FOR MORE PEOPLE - LOWER COST THAN ANY OTHER KIND OF ADVERTISING OPENING FOR PART TIMfi CLEANING LADY MORNINGS ONLY Apply personnel office SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. 467 E. MAIN SECRETARY wanted for Galesburg law office. Experience desirable but not necessary. Send resume to Box 850 f care Galesburg Register-Mail. " ' " ' i win • • 1 • • • • 1 •• • 1 _ J MATURE sales woman wanted for nation's largest fashion fabric shop chain. Must have sewing experience, before retail selling background. Position will lead to assistant manager after short training program. Apply in person to Mrs. Cams, Saturday and Monday only. Fabrific Fabric Center, Kroger Plaza, 1964 N. Henderson, Galesburg, 111. LADIES to work part time and full time on new cosmetic program for North Side Drug, Galesburg. Flexible working hours, complete training free, car necessary. For interview appointment, 342-1185. ' FULL and part tlrne waitress needed in our dining room and coffee shop. For appointment, 3435151, The Huddle Inn. PART TIME secretary, able to meet the public and type a minimum of 40 w.p.m. Some shorthand or speedwriting required. Apply Claim Dept., Chicago Motor Club, 12 Public Sq., Galesburg. PHYSICIAN'S secretary-receptionist wanted. Full time. Typing required. Write Box 847 care Galesburg Register-Mail. ftelf> Wanted * Male, *eftfel*~lJ DiNNEft cook for Lake Bracken dining room, for the surtttnef. Apply in person to Gall Clark at the Golf Shop. GRILL arid Cdunter Help wanted, 11.60 per hour. Fringe- benefits include paid hospitalization arid vacation. Apply in persdn. Toddle House, 553 W. Main St. ANGELO'S Italian Restaurant now taking applications fdf "waitresses and kitchen help. Good tips and top wages. Call fdr appointment, 343-0213. LIGliT delivery. Must have car available 8:30" A.M. -5 P.M. For more information call $43-6211 or 343-6611. „ DISTRIBUTORS wanted for National known products. 342-3997. ! 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. 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 CUT CARPETING FROM THE underside for a neater job. Use a sharp blade and follow two parallel filler or warp threads. To get a selling job done quickly .. . place a Classified Ad. STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna—343-9149 Child Care-10 WANTED Immediately. Permanent babysitter, 8-5:30. My home, Knoxville area. 1 child 10 mos. old. References. Phone 343-1181 before 5. 289-4739 after 5. , WANT dependable sitter in my home, 1 child, 5 nights. 289-4184. Olympians Compete In King Games DURHAM, N.C. (UPI) - A total of 35 Olympians—at least one in each of the 22 events will compete Saturday in the 5th annual Martin Luther King Freedom Games at Duke University. The games will feature Steve Smith, world indoor record holder in the pole vault, and Willie Davenport, a gold-jnedal winner in the 1968 Olympics at Mexico City. Then there's Akii-Bua, a gold medalist in the 400-meter hurdles at Munich, and little Robin Campbell, the 14-yenr-old who won the 880*yard run and the winning relay the U.S. beat College Director Takes New Post MONMOUTH — Robert Winkler, 323 S. Eighth St., has accepted a position as plant engineer with Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, La. The University has an enrollment of some 6,000 students. Winkler will assume his duties May 19. He had formerly served as director of the physical plant for Monmouth College for the past seven years. The Winkler family will remain in Monmouth through the end of the school year and will relocate in Hammond, following the high school graduation of their oldest son. DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do something about it? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-2179, 24 hours. Confidential. LEG CRAMPS — Don't lose sleep at night with leg cramps. Get quick relief with CALPLUS Capsules. CALPLUS is available on a money back guarantee at your pharmacy. Lost and Found—6 KNOXVXLLE, Lost: Male Black Carrien pup (looks like Scotty). Named Skitter. Family pet. Re gard._CaU_342-4212. MINIATURE SCHNAUZER, WHITE LOST. UNCLIPPED, LOOKS LIKE POODLE. NAME AMBROSE. REWARD. 185 N. KELLOGG, 343-0028. CAT LOST — Small female Siamese. Vicinity 583 E. Grove. Call 342-1637 after 5. Business Service—7 ROOF'S NEW and REPAIRS CHIMNEYS—New and Repairs. $30 and up. Free estimates. G. A. SIMPSON—343-0437 Call After 6 p.m. STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. KELLOGG Opens 6:30 — Ages 2 to 6 •fr Programmed Activities Supervised Play Nutritious Meals it Air Conditioned it State Licensed 342-3060 — Open all Summer BABYSITTER WANTED 4 to 8 P.M. Own transportation. 343-8898. Help Wanted - Male-ll Opportunity For A Local Man In the Sales and Service position that includes basic manager training with the Singer Co. This is an excellent position with good growth potential. Salary plus commissions and all benefits. Apply in person only. THE SINGER CO. Ill E. Main St., Galesburg. 111. An Equal Opportunity Employer NOW HEAR THIS! Our company is growing and so are we. Our business is up 30% over last year. We are fortunate in having a re- cessation-proof business. We need two good salespeople to call on new leads and inquiries. Established local territory . for right party. Call Beltone Hearing Service, Inc., 342-5166 for personal interview. COST ACCOUNTANT: Responsibility. Rewards! Great future and benefits! $12,000. Call Rich Ankeney, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. 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. WANTED AT ONCE — TV serviceman or electronic student or trainee. Especially need summer help but could be permanent. Dunn & Julien, 850 E. Main. Help Wanted - Male—11 JANITOR, FULL TIME Apt. complex. 343-4318 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. OUTSIDE Mill work, good wages, recommendations needed. Kept confidential. W o o d h u 11 Coop Grain. 934-2148. FULL or part time service station employee, 3rd shift. Reliable and dependable. Must be bondable. Mechanical experience helpful but not required. Inquire Bridle Creek Shell, 1-74 and E. Main. MARRIED man to work full time on livestock and grain farm. Modern 3 bedroom house included. Phone 342-7350. MAID, full time for cleaning halls and vacant apts. 343-4318, 9 A.M. 5 P.M. WAITRESS Wanted. Please apply in person or Phone for appointment. Club 19, 2200 N. Henderson, Galesburg, 111. Phone 342-6015. AVON, TO BUY OR SELL, CALL 342-1622 or write Avon Manager. P.O. Box 1385, Galesburg, 111. 61401. RELIABLE woman to do weekly housework. Must have references. Reply Box 841, care Galesburg Register-Mall. COOK wanted, days. For further information write Box 1270 care of Knox College. CASHIERS and Concession girls wanted. Must be 16. Apply in person after 7:30. Galesburg Drive-In Theatre. RN or LPN for full time night shift. Apply between 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. Americana Nursing Center, 280 E. Losey. NIGHT COOK WANTED Apply In person, Kpzy Inn. BARTENDER WANTED Will Train if necessary. Call 342-4517 evenings ATTENTION: How would you like to add to your present earnings, 4400 to $600 a month by putting in 6 to 10 hours a week. We have openings for men and women (21 or over) for full or part time employment in an honorable, young aggressive company. Tremendous chances for promotion. For further Information write to Don Etnier in care of Starlite Motel, 1966 N. Henderson St., Galesburg, 111. 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., Brim- fleld exit. 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. SALES TRAINEE: Represent one of the finest schools in the country. Management potential. $8,400, expenses. Call Jim Scatter- SALES: Sell construction materials to contractors for area firm. Co. car, full benefits, plus $12,000. Call Jim Scattergood, 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. 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. 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 csommisslons plus quarterly bonuses, must have car. One route presently open in Gdles- burg 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. • •- WANTED — Experienced Real Estate Sales Person. We pay top commissions and offer top 1 advertising, secretarial service, office facilities, and require a minimum in sales from- our sales personnel. Call Anthony B. Lischwe, Realtor. 343-1165.' M _ . _ J . . J*. _ _ . Employment Wanted—14 WANTED housekeeping job for. elderly folks in their home by reliable lady. Write Box 842, -eare Galesburg Register-Mail. LADY will care for elderly person days, light housework, cooking. Have car, will do errands. References. 342-4266. Business Opportunity—17 GRANDVIEW RESTAURANT Night Waitress, 3 nights a week. Must be 16. Apply in person. WAITRESSES WANTED Apply Harbor Lights Supper Club INVESTIGATE.^ Before You INVEST The Galesburg Register-Mail attempts to determine the reliability of the advertiser in all ads requiring an investment. It cannot, however, guarantee -all such offers. We recommend that you INVESTIGATE fully before investing. good, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & LOCAL manufacturer of large off Smith Personnel. CERTIFIED Public Accountant: or close to it, to train as Assistant Controller for growing area manufacturer. $14,000 and Future! Call Rich Ankeney, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. B A5 y _ SI JFT. EI * wanted, 8:30 A.M. SALES trainee, learn all lines of till 5 P.M. Must be reliable. Call after 5:30 P.M., 343-2798. Help Wanted - Male-ll Insurance business, $650 per mo. salary, plus commission. Excel- USHERS wanted lent fringe benefits. Call 343-9077. " ™ 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. — Must be 16 or older. Apply in person at Orpheum Theatre after 7:30 P.M. VARIETY OF POSITIONS! (partial listing) ME—Advance! Fee Paid ....$15,000 IE—Area Co. Fee negot $13,000 ( ^fP^ gr TP^:^ nJijBS OUR business Is very good SALES: Call on doctors and hospi- ,^„«„«„ w ^„ ^ A . _ A tals representing pharmaceutical CONCESSION boys wanted. Must house. $9,500 plus full benefits and expenses. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. We be 16. Apply In person after 7:30. Galesburg Drive-In Theatre. Help Wanted - Female—12 nl e 2&^ — "lioSS ? ow »?*?? P ?^™ en A™ n J?. r °Ji r FULL TIME secretary-receptionist 10, 9,100 8,200 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,020 in it Va. in anchored team to help Russia at Richmond, March. The 100- and 220 -yard sprint fields will include six Olym- them Robert pians t Taylor among (9.1), and Munich silver Chuck Smith, medalist, Olympic trials winner in the 220. Anthem (Continued from Page 5) anthem to the tune of "There is Tavern in the Town": 'There is a country in the world—Where every oyster has a pearl—And Motherhood is ..." Stop the music Somehow jingoism doesn't seem appropriate in this day and age. The words should convey a sense of pride and patriotism, sure, but within the framework of reality. With that criterion in mind, I switched to another tune that has long been an especial favorite of party drunks. I refer to "Sweet Adeline," which in anthem form emerges as: "Sweet U.S.A.-You're A-OK —Despite the smogs—And the price of. hogs—In all my dreams—We'll clean up the streams—You're the court of last resort—Sweet U.S.A." Maybe next month Harper's will sponsor a contest requiring entrants to convert old national anthems into new drinking songs. PAPERHANGING, interior and exterior painting. Free estimates, 289-2729. HOME Improvement, any type. Basement waterproofing, carpenter work, roofing, guttering, and painting. Work guaranteed. Free _eslimates. 343-9563. HOUSE painting, interior and exterior. Barns and buildings. For free estimates call 342-3996 anytime. HOUSE painting — interior and exterior. Free estimate. Call after 5:30 P.M. Phone 462-3986. GARDEN TILLING Jim Kohtz, 342-0446 SPRAY and BRUSH PAINTING Houses, barns, fences, roofs, interior and exterior. Free Estimates Phone 734-6070 ROOFING. The personal touch given to all your roofing problems, shingles, leaks, repairs. Free estimates. Call 343-3592 or 343-6446. ~ ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance SERVICE — 343-2567 Expert Diagnosis Draftsman—Natl Co. Diesel Mech.—Local! Tool & Die—Growth Co.! Fork Lift Driver Malnt. Man—Secure spot! Shop Foreman—Small crew— Parts Man—Farm Equip. ... Field Man—Engr. firm $ 7, Foreman Trainee—No exp. 6,5 Custodian—Stable! S 6,240 Clerk Trainee—Inventory — $ 6,240 CaU Bob Tilton, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel PRODUCTION CONTROL: Work with shipping and production departments. Growth position! $9,600. Call Rich Ankeney, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. appliance service and sales department. Top pay — plan includes bonus and high percentage. No previous experience for general office work* - Write Box 852, care Galesburg Register- Mail giving resume. needed, car helpful. Phone 343- PART TIME waitress to work eve- 2106. An equal opportunity employer. Help Wanted - Male-ll nings. Apply in person, Pizza Hut, 896 W. Fremont. Help Wanted - Male—11 NOW taking applications for concession and cashier girls. Must be 16 or older. Apply in person at The West Theatre after 7 P.M. Help Wanted - Male, Female—13 Federal Reporting Bureau Needs full and part time help. Call Burliniton 319-754-5120. Ask for Mr. Lund. COMPUTER programmer, experienced, 360 RPG and assembler languages. Salary commensurate with experience and ability. An equal opportunity employer. Write Box 846, care Galesburg Register-Mail. DRIVERS WANTED — Day or night. Full or part time. Average earnings for fuU time help, $200 week minimum. Apply 1081 Lincoln St., Galesburg Independent Cab Co. INDIVIDUAL to do light,. c 1 e a n service and inventory work on part time basis. Approximately 8 to 12 hours per week. Must have car. Gall 343-5178 for further details. BUSINESS, EQUIPMENT, , BUILDING, AND HOME All in a package price that's hard to believe. • * : Plating business. Present owner will train. If you have $8,000 to invest in a down payment- Let's talk about it. , , An Unusual Opportunity TOWN & COUNTRY REALTY 342-3112 i J BE YOUR OWN BOSS Full or Part Time r High earnings potential by owning and servicing baby care centers in leading retail outlets. Complete line of quality name brand toys, feeding and nursery accessories. 53 fast- moving items can build to 300. Outlets furnished and, business completely set up in your area for qualified person. YOUR INVESTMENT 8 retaU outlets $3,412.07 16 retaU outlets ___ $6,824 .14 100% secured at dealer, level.. Pleasant and dignified work for men or women. Write today for details. Please include phone number. Kroger Needs Produce Managers Soul Power Excellent opportunity for aggressive and alert individuals to become produce MANAGEMENT managers. Excellent opportunity for ad- GARDEN TILLING Mac's Excavating. Phone 343-3382. DYKE'S TYpEWPlfER 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 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 TRAINEE We need a self-starter to join our management trainee program. Starting as financial representative you will be preparing to take over your own office as a branch manager. A high school degree is required, some further education is desirable and you must have a car. We provide an excellent salary. For appointment/interview Cdll * S. FLEMING, 3434154 Associates Financial Services Co., Inc. 336 E. Main St. Galesburg, 111. 61401 An Equal Opportunity Employer vancement. Only applicants with one year or more experience need apply. —£— PLEASE APPLY AT THE KROGER STORE, Galesburg DUANE PALMER, Store Manager EARN—TRAVEL—LEARN National Company needs 10 neat single "brothers and sisters" over 18 free to travel to California, Hawaii, New York and return, assisting circulation manager of leading publishers. No exp. or schooling required. Immediate expenses advanced on daily cash drawing acct. Trans, furnished. See or call MR. DAVID ANDERSON Imperial 400 Motel 342-5174 Between 11 & 4:30 P.M. BABY NEEDS BY TTS; INC. 3415 West End Avenue, Suite 7 Nashville, Tenn. 37203 (615) 238-4453 . WANTED — People who want to earn from $100 to $1,000 a month part time, in their home, write Box 4, Bishop Hill, III. DISTRIBUTORS looking for dealers to handle one of the best waterproofing materials to come along in years. A good do it yourself product. If interested -call 309-787-5114 or write Kasnick .Distributing, P.O. Box MAf Milan, 111. 61264. : *• GRADE A Milk routes. Farm bulk pickup. Excellent income and potential. Phone Moline, 762-6303 after 6 P.M. or before 6:45 A.M. GOLDEN Business Opportunity for the creative energetic perrfbn. We want to share with you'i'iow to make money in your spare time. Ph. 343-3516. (Continued on Page 28) INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING MANAGER We seek a competent manager preferably with an engineering degree to direct the overall management of our industrial engineering function. The successful candidate will have a sound management background in all phases of Industrial engineering including: standards and methods, tool engineering, facilities engineering, etc. Management skills In planning, directing, and implementing are a must. Prior supervisory experience in tool room machining and mechanical-electrical maintenance would be very beneficial. i Excellent starting salary plus top fringe benefits including a liberal profit sharing plan. Please reply in complete confidence, giving us full details including education, experience, work references, and salary history to: C. J. FRANCISCO, McGraw Edison Power Systems Division, 510 N. Pearl St, Macomb, 111. 61455 * * * r No phone calls please. We are an equal opportunity employer. Help Wanted - Male, FemaIe-13Help Wanted - Male, Female-13 BELSCOT FAMILY CENTER 1 - > I now WANTED INSURANCE SALES MANAGER Globe Life & 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 & 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, III. UNITED MEN As we are expanding our Wholesale Department we need 2 men to work inside and out. Paid vacation, group insurance. Please do not apply unless you are sincerely looking for permanent work. See MR. FELDMAN Dave 's Book & Card Shop Corner of Broad and Simmons Sts. No Phone Calls Accepting Applications FULL and PART TIME HELP & Excellent Starting Rate with Regular Increases *& Generous Fringe Benefits & Paid Holidays & Vacations & Premium Pay for Holiday and Sunday work. CONTACT MR. W. ORCE Business Opportunity—17 Business Opportunity—17 i 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 except your ability, an opportunity for a person with a desire to become self employed and participate in 50% of entire operation. Phone 309-343-0819 Between 9 and 11 A.M.