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KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7*9 a.m. 4-6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289*9172 Business Building Is Sold KNOXVILLE—The Cash and Carry Grocery, located on the corner of Main and Broad street and operated by Ernie Pierson about 15 years, will close this week. The building has been sold to Mel Sayrs, proprietor of Mel's Red and White Super Market, 314 E. Main St. Plans so far for the building are indefinite. Several other new businesses have started recently on Main Street in Knoxville. "*Ruby's Beauty Salon is located fn the Earl Theater Building and operated by Ruby Lefler. A second beauty shop, Style Salon, operated by Mrs. Berdella Smith, is located at 205 E. Main St. A television-radio service shop has been located in the rear of Goff's Dri-Gas Sales store and operated by Duane Stomberg and Sid Davis. Build New Homes Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morss, south of town, have purchased the lot on W. Main St. where the old Knoxville house formerly stood and are having a new house built there. Knoxville News Briefs Weekend visitors in the home of Mrs. Millie Sommers were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sommers and Cynda of Kenosha, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Jones of Springfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McWilliams and three children of Monroe ville, Pa. Mrs. Jones is a sister of Mrs. Sommers and Mrs. McWilliams is a granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Smith have returned from a 3-week visit to Quebec and New England states. Sgt. and Mrs. Stanley Hiler and family left today for their home at Ft. Bragg, N. C, after visiting in the homes of Carl Schippert and Sam Hiler. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Hiler and family of Long Beach, Calif., are visiting the Shipperts and Hilers. This is the first time in 11 years that the family has all been together. Miss Louise Olson of Wataga spent Friday and Saturday in the Shippert home. Mr. and Mrs. Don McKee of Keokuk, have been visiting her mother, Mrs. Merrill Young, and will visit in Oelwein, Iowa, for a visit before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eklund of near Knoxville and Mrs. Stella Alderson of East Galesburg attended the Woodruff family reunion Sunday at Muscatine. Hold Service at Home Worship services were conducted by Rev. Frank R. Beaty of Hermon Bible Church Sunday at St. Martha's Nursing Home. Ethel McCoy acted as pianist for group singing. Disturbance At Mission Causes Arrest John M. Hoppock, 25, of Hen derson, went to the Galesburg Rescue Mission Friday night for a bowl of soup and ended up in jail the next day. Hoppock was refused service at the mission because, according to officials there, the rule is to serve soup for non-intoxicated persons only. Wilson C. Blades, a mis sion worker, said Hoppock forced his way through the back door of the building and' hit two elderly persons when he was refused service. He later went to the chapel room, opened drawers and threw records "all over the place," according to Blades. Hoppock, a tree trimmer by vocation, was located by Galesburg police and apprehended on aggra vated battery and criminal damage charges. He appeared at Police Magistrate D. Paul Nolan's court this morning where bond was set at $1,000 for each charge. Hoppock will report to County Court Tuesday. The aggravated battery charge was signed by Mrs. Charles Mudd and the criminal damage to property charge by Blades. Before refilling salt and pepper shakers give them a good sudsy washing. Use a toothpick to loos en any seasoning clogging the holes. ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St. Phone 531 Girls Group Adds Members ABINGDON — Approximately 20 members of Rainbow Assembly for Girls attended the initiation service Friday for Terry Lucas and Lynn Pierce in Masonic Hall. Pro tern officers were Linda Kinder, treasurer; Margann Andrews, chaplain; Phyllis West, confidential observer; Sharon Albin, outer observer; Mary Jane Muenzenmeyer, fidelity, and Sue Ellen Johnson of Galesburg assembly, faith. It was announced that Margann Andrews' mother was hospitalized. Luanna Davis* birthday was observed by singing of birthday song. Social hour was in charge of Meridy Bradbury and Mary Ellen Nelson. Abingdon News Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Oloman and Lena Meadows Thursday at- m tended the state fair at Springfield Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Barnett and family of Fort Pierce, Fla., are visiting in the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Cole, Mrs. Barnett is the former Marceile Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Cole and the Barnett family spent Friday Springfield and New Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Clate Swartzbaugh have purchased the Her bet Clausen home at 605 W. North St. The Swartzbaugh farm north of Hermon in Chestnut Township has been sold to L. H. Moon who lives on a farm south of Hermon. Mrs. Floyd Roberts has sold her home at 604 N. Monroe St. to Don Nelson of Galesburg Route 3. Mrs. Roberts will move to a property at Commercial Drive purchased from Fred Morss. WHEN "YOU'RE A BIT SHORT" BETWEEN PAYDAYS. -CALL ON US! We make loans for a thousand-and-one reasons, It makes no difference whether you want as little as $50 for between payday expenses, or a substantial sum of money to consolidate your outstanding bills. YOU'U ME THE WAY WE HANDLE EVERYTHING O.AC FINANCE ^ ~ CORPORATION c o R P O R A T I Formerly Century loon Co. OfflCES f«0» I COAST IO co* 123 South Main St. Abingdon, Illinois Telephone 71 MSO OFFICES IN PEORIA, MACOMB AND AIE0O School Plans Announced At Elm wood BLMWOOD - All four classes in Elmwood Community High School will report for the first day of the 1963-1964 school term Aug. 29. Buses will run on the same time schedule and on approximately the same routes as they did last year. Students whose bus pickups have been changed will be notified individually. The first day of school, which will include the assignment of session lockers, the completion of freshman pre-tests, and the making out of book lists, will conclude at 11 a.m. With school dismissed for teachers' workshop on Aug. 30 and Labor Day, Sept. 2, the first full day will be Sept. 3. Buses will run on the regular schedule that day with lunch being served in the cafeteria. Request Fees Book rental fees will be given out with the completed book lists, and they should be paid during the first week of school. Student insurance also will be available to the students. Health examinations, required by law for all ninth graders, should be completed as soon as possible. Blanks for the examinations are available at the offices of local doctors and at the high school. Football candidates must have their health certificates completed and their share of the student insurance paid before practicing. Formal practice will begin on Aug. 21 with the first game to be played at home against Dunlap Sept. 13. (folesburo ReaiSfrer-MoiL Gatesbura. III. Monday, Aug, f 9i3J^ Member Units- (Continued from page 2) processors and packers would specify the amount of livestock they would buy in the following year. "If the farmers overproduce, the extra amount would be routed at lower prices to overseas or charity channels." Iberg said the contracts might result in slightly higher retail prices at the butcher shop, but he said his group felt this cost would be offset by lesser taxation by the government for farm surplus programs. Gale Request- (Continued from page 2) Changes Made In Parochial Faculties Members of the Sisters of Prov- idehce, assigned to staff the fac ulties of Galesburg's three paro chial schools, have returned here following the summer vacation period at the motherhouse of the order at St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Ind. The faculty of Corpus Christi High School has no changes this year, with the assignments the same as a year ago. A new superior was named for St. Joseph Grade School, where three of last year's faculty were given new assignments and two new members were assigned this year. One change was made in the faculty of Immaculate Heart of Mary School. Comprising the faculty of Corpus Christi High School are Sister Lucy, superior and principal; Sisters Helen Rose, Ann Gertrude, Mary Huberta, Mary Roberta, Theresa Miriam, Helen Mary and Ann Joachim. Sister Rose Ann, a member of the St. Joseph Grade School faculty the past three years, will be superior and principal this year. Also returning this year are Sisters Ruth Marie, Catherine Eugene, Agnes Marie, Marie Marcella and Ann Matilda. Sister Margarita, former superior and principal, has been assigned to St. Jude's School, Indianapolis, Ind. Other transfers included Sister Helen Louise to Precious Blood School, Jasper, Ind., and Sister Francis Assissi to St. Philip Neri School, Indianapolis. New assignments to St. Joseph's included Sister Gertrude Ann, formerly of St. Joan of Arc School, Indianapolis, and Sister Marie Angela, who came here from St. Mark's School, Chicago. Sister Robert Ellen has returned as superior and principal of Immaculate Heart of Mary School. Also returning were Sisters Theresa Marian, Lois Ann and Martin Marie. Sister Karen Michael formerly at Ascension School, Lansdowne, Md., replaces S/ster Mary Alfred, whose assignment this year was to St. Angela School, Chicago. day that he was considering two courses of action in response to his discharge from the company. Smith, former president of the IAM group and a leader in the independent union, was discharged for violating company rules for leaving work to go to Chicago and Washington to confer with NLRB officials. Smith said that Richard Pincus, general counsel, will ask for the right to file a petition with the NLRB to have the board reverse an earlier decision in which it upheld Gales action in the Smith case. He said that he might take the case to a federal court. At this time, he is considering the cost of such a venture. He said that he might ask for funds from union members in order to take the case to court. Contempt- (Continued from page 2) court here, Frank C. Potter, president of the Little Fort Bank and Trust Co., Waukegan, testified that two cashier's checks, one for $48,000 and one for $45,000, were part of a deposit with which an account was opened the afternoon of July 27, in the Waukegan bank under the name of Clara Beacham Swanson estate, Lawrence Stickell, executor. On Aug. 1, the bank president said, a telegram was received from the Colorado bank stating these checks were not being honored. They were returned to the bank with the notation "not negotiable." Photo static copies of these checks were made part of the court records as Potter said he had been subpoenaed to appear Sept. 10 in Federal District Court of Colorado and produce them there. Also in the deposit, which became part of the bank records July 29, since it was handled by an outside window after the close of the bank, was Stickell's personal check for $387.46, payable to and endorsed by his attorney, which was returned with the notation "no account." During a press conference, fol lowing his Thursday appearance in Chicago, Stickell was reported to have said the checks were signed by Edward A. Johnson on his first day in office as bank president. State and federal bank ing authorities, it was said, refused to allow Johnson to hold the office and all transactions during his brief term were rescinded. Stickell was reported to have indicated he had the $93,000 in cash Dates mentioned by Chicago news sources were Aug. 2 and Aug. 5 Date on the two checks which Potter had in court here was July 26. Subsequent to the Thursday action involving the two checks, Stickell, Norman Weaver and Lester Brock were charged by the Small Business Administration with having illegally diverted funds of the Midwest Capital Corp., of which Stickell was listed as owner, Brock as president, and Weaver as treasurer. Drive-In Restaurant To Be Built A $35,000 building permit, for basic construction costs, has been issued to Academia Food Services for construction of a drive- in restaurant. Building Inspector Oscar Hutmacher said the permit is for a 60x40 foot structure at the northwest corner of Academy and Main streets near the Star Service Station. Designed to accommodate 50 parking spaces, the structure will be made of masonry and steel. The drive-in will not have carhops but rather use a "serve yourself" method, Hutmacher said. The Academia Food Service, with headquarters in Springfield, will be the operators. Felix Bengtson is the contractor. Modified Shopping Center The area where the drive-in is to be constructed is the site of a modified type of shopping center planned for the future. Phillip F Johnson, a retired Air Force colonel who resides in Galesburg, announced last year that he in tended to have five drive-in type stores on the property which faces on 211 feet of West Main Street and extends north to Ferris Street At present it is partially occu pied by a Star Service Station owned by Johnson. The station will be retained, Johnson said in his announcement last year. He could not be reached for further questioning today. Johnson has said that cost of the project will exceed $100,000 and more stores may be added to the initial five. The stores will be built to the west and north of tli« service station with parking space extending to the Santa Fe tracks at Ferris Street. Entrance to the area will be from West Main and Academy streets. Easy Way Up AOSTA, Italy (AP) — They're making it easy now to get to the top of 15,781-foot Mont Blanc, highest peak in the Alps. There is a landing field for helicopters 1,300 feet from the top. From there guides lead tourists up relatively easy, snow covered slopes to reach the summit in a two-hour walk. BOWLING Blouses and Shirts —- plus our complete fast lettering service. SEE SHANKS FOR QUALITY AT tOWIST PRICIS! Teacher Study Course Has Final Session Forty-six high school teachers attended classes for the last time Friday in the summer institute in physics and chemistry at Knox College. Participants and their families will be leaving Galesburg thi weekend. Teachers enrolled in the physics and chemistry institute came here from 15 different states throughout the nation. Classrooms, dormitories and recreational facilities on the Knox campus accommodated the institute participants and their families during their stay at the college. The program of study featured three courses meeting daily from Monday through Friday during an eight-week period which began June 24. Supported by a $60,200 grant from the National Science Foundation of Washington, D. C, the Knox physics and chemistry institute was conducted as part of a concerted national effort to improve teaching in the high schools of the nation. Each teacher taking part was required to enroll either in a course in the Chemical Bond Approach to Chemistry, the Physical Sciences Study Committee (PSSC) Course in high school physics or the Advanced PSSC Course. Each course introduces new teaching techniques for class instruction in high schools. Bell Ends 23rd The only remaining summer program still in operation on the Knox campus is the Illinois Bell Telephone Company's development conference and business training school. More than 310 employes and executives of the company are taking part in the special courses which will end Aug. 23. SHANKS ABINGDON No Injuries Are Listed in Crash Of Three Autos A chain reaction collision of three cars Sunday about 6:30 p.m. at the intersection of U.S. 150 and West Ann Street in Knoxville resulted in no injuries to any of the total of 14 occupants, according to a report by Trooper Ralph Brown. A car driven by Charles O. Cooley, 37, of Knoxville, was reported to have stopped to permit the car ahead to make a left turn. A car driven by Ellen V. Gibbons, 21, of Peoria, following the Cooley vehicle, also came to a stop, but a third car driven by Donald Hall, 22, of 688 S. Henderson St., did not get stopped. The Hall auto struck the Gibbons car and shoved it into the rear of the Cooley car. Including the driver, there were seven occupants in the Cooley car, with a total of three in the Gibbons auto and four in the Hall auto. It was raining at the time Classified Advertlttal LOCAL, CASH HAT* Effective APHI 1, 1953 Wofttt *e-daya 1*4*9 140 3.33 3.34 I .1J0 ti-aa 3.M i.33 |_ 1.43 n-so 4J7 8.30 | 1.8? 31*36 3.10 3.33 |_ 1.81 38-40 3.33 3.87 | 3.07 41-33 3.38 4.38 | 3.39 43-80 IM 4.84 \ 3,88 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (K«pu«* iuu«d Out-oi-town) 800 Card ot Thank* in Memoriama Lodge Notice* DEADLINE } l-ineh ot lest 12.00 Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Lodge Notices Galesburg Chapter No. 46 R.A.M. STATED convocation Wednes day, August 21. Work In Royal Arch Degree. All companions Invited. Refreshments. John G. Sutor, E.H.P. Frank W. Peterson. Sec'y Other Notices ON AND after this date August 19, 1963 I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other than myself. John H. Mims 990 Emery St. Lost and Found—1 GONE FOR GOOD? Not If you quickly place a LOST AD Phone 342-5161. 2 DOGS found, black and tan, hound and Beagle with collar. 289 -7472, 2V 3 miles north of Knoxville Y. Ralph Morss. 2 SLEEPING bags lost between London Mills and Abingdon. Reward. Wayne Carlberg, RR3, Galesburg._Phone 343-7198._ i _ Business Service—2 BUILDING & REMODELING Roofing and Siding, custom built cabinets. Free estimates. 3428214 LAWN BUILDING Rough grading to the finished lawn. Black dirt and white rock. Bledsoe's Lawn Builders, 343 2296. NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners, Used stokers, gutter work 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318 FURNACE CLEANING and repairing. Stoker repairing. Stokers installed. 343-4674. LAWN BUILDING Fall is coming — years of sue cessful experience taught us the best time of year to smooth out your lawn 1* now. CaU ut for free estimate. MARTIN Lawnbuilders Ph. 342-0521 For AU PLUMBING NEEDS caU Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. — 343-6813, Mate Help Want*d -4 REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you pleases us. WE APPRECIATE your business, Call us anytime. Citywide Rubbish Removal. 343-8665 or 3434136 WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas - oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates. 1-8 year payment plan. 29 Public Square 343-6535 Nite 343-5404 TRY US FOR A CHEAP HAUL Ashes, cans, limbs. 2 weeks or monthly stops, efficient trash- man doesn't arrive. Special rates business places, 342-2075. R. Watts. • RUBBISH REMOVAL Clean, courteous, dependable, Rite-Way Disposal System. Ph. 343-5461 LAWNMOWERS and power mowers ground, $2.00 and $4.00 Roto mowers $1.00. Saws retooth and filed, $1.00 Jack Turner, 1564 Bateman. Personal-Special Notice—4 ~AV 6 NPRODUCTS~ If interested In buying or selling, CaU 342-0360. BE SURE to vtstt the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Publio Square. Bargains In clothing, appliances and furniture BEES DESTROYED By Beekeeper. Reasonable. Ph. Wataga 375-6602 TRY DIADAX Tablets (Formerly Dex-A-Diet). New name, same formula, only 98o at West Drug Company. GET PROFESSIONAL carpet cleaning results — rent Electric Carpet Sha.mpooer, only $1 per day with purchase ot Blue Lustre. Kellogg Drake & Co. Male Help Wanted—5 WANTED — Man or woman to supply families in Pt. Galesburg or Abingdon with Rawleigh household products. Dealers now making sales over $15,000 yearly. Start with $50 or $100 cash or use our time payment plan. See or write Francis Sheetz, 173 Day St., Galesburg, Ph. 343-4874 or write Rawleigh, Dept. ILH 280148, Freeport, III. NEED HELP? Find the best through a wider choice Phone 842-5161 to place your WANT AD. MARRIED Man td 38 With hlfft school education, to sefvic* 10081 route, $417 monthly iuaf* antee. Writ* Bo* 676. «A Register-Mall. WANTED FOR LOCAL INDUSTRY Electrician EXPERIENCE REQUIRED PERMANENT • TOP WAGES APPLY ILLINOIS STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 272 E. Simmons St. MEN With the following backgrounds have learned our work very quickly, ministers, carpenters, Insurance men, printers, firemen and vocations with high income. This position has high earning opportunities, car useful. A few minutes of your time for an interview may be the opportunity of your life. For appointment call 343-2105, 8:30 a .m. to 8:30 a .m. or 7 to 8 p.m. MAN — To tervlce route In Galesburg local. Home every night, 33-40. married. Phone 3438342. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY NATIONALLY FAMOUS OLSON RUG COMPANY Seeks Local Part-Time Dealer In and around Galesburg. Must have car. Sales experience helpful and spare evening time. For local interview write briefly: giving age, marital status, phone and line of work. Write Box 708. % Register-Mall. WANT THE WORLD ON A PLATTER? Then DON'T call us. We DO offer YOU the opportunity for better than average income. If you are willing to invest 40 hours of honest work per week for a company which is the leader in its field: with all fringe benefits, group insurance, paid training and profit sharing plan. Call 342-1317 Saturday and Monday for interview only. Wanted Representative For a multi-million dollar corporation in this area. Must be neat, high school graduate. No experience necessary. Excellent training and management program. Age 25 to 52. First year earnings $7,500 to $10,000. Confidential interview. Contact Ralph Blue, Holiday Inn, Galesburg, 342-2151, Monday, Aug. 19th, 7 to 10 P.M. SALES OPPORTUNITY VERD-A-RAY CORP. We are a national sales organization desiring to contact men with some sales experience, to sell a tangible year around repeat products direct from factory to commercial, industrial and institutional accounts. We have an opening in Galesburg and Peoria areas; protected territories; thorough training; liberal training expense allowance and commission paid weekly plus other benefits. For interview please contact Mr. Charles J. Pauly at the Holiday Inn Motel in Galesburg, 111., Mon., Aug. 19th, 20th & 21st. MAN for mill and delivery work. Farm background preferred. References required. Abingdon Milling Co. Phone 89. WAREHOUSE HELP Young men between 21 and 35 years of age to work in warehouse to learn our business, with future advancement to sales work. Starting pay of $91.16 gross per week and $95.46 gross per week after short training period. Paid vacation, paid insurance, 42 hour work week. Only Galesburg residents need apply. REPLY TO BOX 723, % Register-Mail Giving full personal history and past employment in first letter. Mate Bote WMfc*-4 TRUCK MECHANICS ROUTE MEN SHIPPING CLERKS Apply CONTINENTAL BAKING CO., 260 W. Main, Monday and Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 7 p \m. SALESMAN wanted for local clothing store, experience helpful, good opportunity for right man. State references and experience. Write Box 719, % Register-Mall. NO STRIKES-no layoffs. Al over-time you want. Married to 35. Write Box 065. ears Regis* ter-Mail. Production Supervisors If you are a college graduate, and have supervisory experience in manufacturing, we want to meet you now. For prompt review of your qualifications forward your resume or apply in person today. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY EAST MOLINE WORKS 1100 - 3rd Street EAST MOLINE, ILLINOIS An equal opportunity employer WANTED High School boy who can work in store mornings and Saturdays. Write Box 720, care Register-Mail. WANTED married man for year around work on farm, must be experienced with livestock and machinery. Good house, top wages. Ross E. Hanna, Little York, 111. Phone 729-2162. WANTED: 2 yard salesmen. Must be high school graduates, be able to furnish references. Knowledge of plumbing, heating, and electrical installation very desirable. Apply In person at Wickes Lumber Co., Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, from 7 A.M. to 9 P .M. and 4 to 6 Thursday eve. Female Help Wanted— 4 MARRIED lady for full time office work in WROVA area. Write letter to box below stating training, experience, wages, references. Reply to Box 721, Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111, WANTED. Experienced Secretary. Position offers diversified responsibilities. Inquiries held In confidence. Please send resume. Write Box 709 % Register-Mai^ MAKE $75 to $175 Cash with the most beautiful.Christmas Cards in the South I Exquisite personalized, Religious greetings, profitable money-makers. Write for amazing FREE offer; Sample" Outfit on approval. Southern' Greetings, 478 N. Hollywood,, Dept. 120, Memphis 12, Tenn. WAITRESS wanted; 3 to 11 shift.* Apply Circle T Truck Stop. ',. AVON PRODUCTS Avon Representatives needed in' these townships: Knox, Union,' Cedar and Perslfer. Call 342-1622 for information. DAY WAITRESS 8 day week, uniforms and meals furnished. See Mrs. Greenstreet, or Mr. Peck. Apply 4 to 6 pjn. HUDDLE DRIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER or couple to' keep house for man living in- modern country home. Time off. Reference required. Write Box 704. % Register-Mail. HOUSEKEEPER, middle aged. Must live in. Care for 5 chu> dren. Call after 6, 343-2537. WANTED—Older lady to live In or out, and take care of home and 3 children while mother* works. Must stay up to a week at a time if necessary. Give age, desired wages, address and references in letter. White Box 718, care Register-Mail. FRY cook Wanted. Apply in person only, Wong's Cafe, Hotel Broadview. EXPERIENCED for credit collection work. Typing and dictation. Office of retail store. Selling experience desirable. Need 2 half day employees or 1 full time. Don't apply unless interested in permanent long time employment. Give age, references, and salary. Write Box 714, f/o Register-Mail. WANTED reliable Christian lady to watch 2 children, one school age, and one 7 months old baby, while mother works 5 days a week. In exchange for private 2 room furnished apt. No extra duties required, all evening and, weekends free. Call 343-5856 after 6 p.m. WANTED, experienced ready-to- wear saleslady. Apply Mrs. Man warren, Maurita Dale Shop, 310 E. Main. (Continued on page 20) 5— Male Help Wanted LARGE COMPANY manufacturing light-heavy metal products located in midwest has opening in managerial and technical training programs, After having been exposed to a comprehensive training program, trainees will be assigned to responsible managerial or technical positions. We will consider recent college graduates, veterans returning from military service, and those who wish to make an employment change. Require college degree, preferably in engineering and business fields. Age desired: 21-30. Trainees will enjoy excellent remuneration, challenging assignments, and promotional opportunities. Applicants send complete resume of experience and educational background in first letter. Applications held in strict confidence. BOX 703, CARE REGISTER-MAIL An Equal Opportunity Employer and the trooper said no ticket had been issued. Bruised knees and elbows were the reported extent of injuries received by Robert L. Young, 41, of 643 N. Prairie St., in a one-car accident Sunday about 7:20 p.m. on U.S. 150, just east of the Spoon River bridge. Driving in the rain, Young's car was reported to have started to slide on the highway, struck a section of the guard rail and scraped a concrete abutment before coming to a stop after the driver was thrown from the vehicle. Scattered on the highway were parts of the auto including the radiator, horn and battery. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Galesburg Man Falls 16 Feet On Macomb Job Clarence (Bust Spilman of 117 Garfield Ave., an electrician, today was reported in fairly good condition in the McDonough District Hospital, Macomb, where he was admitted Friday after he fell 16 feet from a building under construction at Western Illinois University, Macomb. Spilman was working on the third floor level of the new 4-story Applied Science Building on the campus when he missed bis felting and fell. In the tum­ ble, he struck a 4x6 plank at the second floor level, where a coworker grabbed him and saved him from falling another 20 feet to the ground. He reportedly sustained no fractures. Visits Trade Fairs WASHINGTON (UPI) - Commerce Secretary Luther H. Hodges will be the U.S. representative at three international trade fairs in Europe next month. Hodges will visit trade fairs at Zagreb, Yugoslavia, on Sept. 7, at Brno, Czechoslovakia, on Sept. 9 and at Ban, Italy, on Sept. 1Q.

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