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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, June 4, 1973
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Abingdon Junior High Awards Presented I f HOSPITAL NOTES ABINGDON - Awards were E resented to Abingdon Junior Ilgh School students at a Friday assembly. Becky Winkler and Sid Swedlund received the notary Club award; Sheryt White and Paul Mangierl the American Legion eltlaenshlp award, and Debbie Landon and chuck French the Kiwanis qub award> Honor roll pins went to Amy Brackett, Robert Links, Robbie White, Geoffrey Ray, Kim Palmer, Teresa Olinger, Jon VanTress, Jeff Admire, Diana Harpman, Jerri severns, Vicki Anderson, Vince Brewer, Kevin Durbin, Chuck French, Stan Froelich, Joyce Grimes, Marilyn Landon, Paul Mangier!, Madeline Ippollto, Roger Sensabaugh, Ted Smith, Sid Swedlund, Kae Thomas, Jim Varhold, Wayne Dowell, Russell Tate, Wayne Whitney, Cindy Hatch and Beth Hutson. Carole Adams, Chris De- Crane, Rita Denisar, Jim Fey, Rod Fordyce, Pete Kjellander, Lecia Swearingen, Jeff Wat- High School Grads Listed In Knoxville KNOXV1LLE - One hund* red two Knoxville High School seniors received their diplomas Fridlay night at commencement exercises at Jen* s«n Gymnasium. Rev. Kenneth McConkey, retired minister and educate of the mid-state area, spoke at the ceremony. Music was provided by the high school choir. Scott Sherwood, son of Mr.' and Mrs. Robert G. Sherwood,, Route 1 Knoxville, was the valedictorian iwiith a grade point average of 4. Three girls tied for class salutatorian with) schottastdic averages of 3.97. They are Teresa Bowman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bowman, Maquon; Diane QhitaJia, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Jack Ghitalla, Knoxville; and Debra Chapman, daughter of Mrs. Mary Chapman, Knoxville. National Honor Society members were Tracy Bartholomew, Teresa Bowman, Debra Chapman, Nancy England, Diane Ghitalla, Rhonda Godsil, Shawna H-otchkiss, Joni Mumey, David Musselman, Steve Newby, Neil Reynolds, Harry Rowland and Scott Sherwood. Class Day awards presented during ceremonies Friday went to Heather Harris, Betty Crocker award; Debbie Cutcher, FHA Crisco award; Gary Eklund FFA corn production and DeKalb awards; Bruce Litchfield, FFA sheep award; and Gary Bryan, FFA horticulture award. Mrs. Morton Hotchkiss received a copy of the yearbook from Jester editors Teresa Bowman and Diane Ghitalla. The book is dedicated to her. Music awards went to Diane Ghitalla, arion award; Harry Rowland, National School Orchestra award; Gregg Ford, John Philip Sousa award; and Karen Van Winkle, the Chopin Piano award. Debbie Worden won the outstanding business major award and BilKe Mallie won the outstanding typist award, Student Council awards went to Scott Sherwood, (scholarship; Rhonda Godsil, citizenship; David Musselman, leadership; Tim Mey« ers, athletics and Debra Chapman, service. Pete Creighton of the Knoxville Journal presented the athletic scholarship award to David Musselman. Tom Grady of the K Club presented most valuable player awards to Jeff Jones, bas- Abingdon MRS. GERALDtNE 6AUFR Correspondent Rf D Bt. Aumi»tln«, ill, Ph6n« 482-2477 tors, Terry Allen, Amy Beardsley, Mindy Bushong, Brent Cramer, Andrea Dupuy, April Frazier, Doug Harley, Malcolm Head, Roger Kreig, Kc\ly McKcc, Kim Schradcr, Kay Strahler, Kevin Theilcn, Pam Van Winkle, Lorl Howard, Shelley Onion and Peggy Sherman. Lorl Armstrong, Stacl English, Claudia Fairbank, 'Beverly Peterson, Peggi White, Penni White, Randy Cox, John Horton, Tina Admire, Debbie Blodgett, LuAnne Day, Ginger Davis, Debbie Landon, Jeanne Lomax, Larry Schwarz, Pam White, Sheryl White, Jennifer Wilson, Sandy Horton, Becky Winkler and Brenda Small. Other awards were given for sports, cheerleading, band, chorus and library work. Hope Circle of the United Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Marvin Atkins Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Miss Barbara Stringfield will be the assisting hostess. A men's prayer breakfast will be held at United Methodist Church Wednesday at 6:30 a.m. "Christian Purity" will be the topic of the 7 p.m. Wednesday service of Berean Baptist Church to be at the home of Rev. Joseph Wilser. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Mciller, Clearwater, Fla., visited Mary Baker at the Abingdon Nursing Home over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Larsen of Aurora, who attended Knox College commencement, were weekend guests at the home of his sister, Mrs. Marie Clausen. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dailey of Mt. Pulaski were weekend guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Sharp. GolesbuTg Reaistef'Mail,, JSalesburg, ill, .„ ; MoMfly<Jurw4*.:.t .??3 .^iHf KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-2816 Scott Sherwood Teresa Bowman Diane Ghitalla ball; and Danny Eiker, track. The Knoxville Board of Education has awarded a diploma posthumously to Vickie Hulick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hulick. The 1973 Knoxville High School graduating class is listed as follows: Cynthia Allen, Gregory Atwater, Linda Banks, Tracy Bartholomew, William Bates, Patsy Benson, Ransom Blelchner, Robin Blelchner, Teresa Bowman, Calh- e rl n e Bramlett, Rosemary Brasche, Sherry Bybee, Steven CampbeU, Richard Larry Carr Junior, Stephen Cecil, Debra Chapman, Carol Christ, Timothy Clewell, Debra Coburn, James Coflman. Barbara Collopy, Michael ColJopy, Mark Cramer, Debra Cutcher, Jane Davis, Yvonne DeMoss. Mark Derham, Stephen Duck- •wller, Daniel Eiker, Gary Eklund, Nancy England, Peter Fergusson, Gregory Ford, Twyla Garner, Diane Ghitalla, Rhonda Godsil, Thomas Gooley, Thomas-Grady, Richard Hall, John Hall, Heather Harris, Martha Henderson, Roger Hensley, Glen Hoffman, Shawna Hotchkiss, Joann Hubbard, Robert Keller, Sharon Kennedy, Paula Larson, Terry Lundberg, Melvin Mathews. Nora Meadows, Jolene Moorehead, Allan Morris, Vicki Mosher, Joni Mumey, Susi Mumey, David Musselman, Timothy I For Your Convenience 5 PAY YOUR 0 REAL ESTATE, PERSONAL w - PROPERTY and DOG FARMERS" NATIONAL BANK Of KNOXVILLE Member F.IM.C. /ILLE d Debra Chapman Myers, Brenda Nelson, Stephen Newby, David Olson, Eric Olson, Ricky Pecsl, Nancy Pierson, Mary Ponder, Sandra Ponder, Melanie Potter, John Putnam, Clyde Ralble III, Linda Rambo, Mark Reynolds, Neil Reynolds, Wlllia- metta Rhodes, Sandra Rosenberry, Harry Rowland, David Scharfenberg. Christine Shnner, George Sharp, Grace Shepnrd, Gale Shepherd, David Shragal, Scott Sherwood, Carol Smith, Vicki Snider, Ronald Splcher, Margaret Spurgcon, Gary Stutler, Vicki Swanson, Dana Thompson, Shirley Thompson, David Unterkircher, Karen Van Winkle, Shirley Wallace, Thomas Walker Junior, Laurel White, Cynthia Whitsitt, Susan Wilcoxen, Larry Williams, Gary Woodkirk, Deborah Worden, Bradley Wunder, Disney Studio Wins IRS Fight BURBANK, Calif. (UPI) The Walt Disney studio says it 'has won a battle with the Internal Revenue Service that will require the government to give back more than $9 million in taxes and interest. An appeals count upheld the company's contention that it should receive an investment tax credit for movie production costs. The firm said during the weekend tihat the U.S. Nhnth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco took the action Friday, upholding a lower court ruling. The muiing apples directly to it he company's claim for a refund of $99,000 from its taxes for fiscal 1962, plus about $35,000 interest. But the "principal established in the case applies" to 1963 through 1969, Disney said, which would iv'-:irn to lire sludio mare than $7 million in taxes and about $2.5 million in interest. The IRS was closed f'oir the weekend and could not be readied for comment. St* Mttfy'fl ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: Mrs. He\en A. Adams, Galesburg Route 4 Miss Marcia L. Crary, Denver, Colo. Mrs. Betty .1. Davis, Knoxville Esquivcl Luzarcos, 1065 Lancaster St. Bernard J, Hcuvclmart, Davenport Charles A. Murray, Monmouth Edward A. Migucs, Los Angeles, Calif, Christopher Surratt, 1113 Monroe St. Larry Trachtenberg, Bethesda, Md. DISMISSALS SATURDAY*. Mrs. Marguerite Fryrear, 240 W. Tompkins St. Mrs. Betty J. Davis, Knoxville Miss Jeannie L. May, Canton Robert D. Cox, London Mills Mrs. Mary L. Lamerson, East Gajesburg Garold L. Ray* Abingdon Miss Dorothy Richardson, Whiting Hall Mrs. Mildred Duden, 980 W. Losey St. Daniel J. Wherley, Table Grove John E. Wherley, Table Grove Arthur E. Kalb. Laura John Schisler, Abingdon Mrs. Alviros R. Miller, Abingdon Miss Christine M. Swanson, Rio David L. Leng, Elmwood Mrs. Linda L. Pulliam, Abingdon Mrs. Annabelle Sampson, London Mills Lester E. Morrison, Berwick Mrs. Joan O. Houghton, Galva ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Mrs. Elizabeth J. Boone, 386 N. Cedar St. Cletus C. Freeman, 849 S. Seminary St. Robert E. Folger, 1727 Bateman St. Mrs. Bel|le Foster, 1431 Day St. Michael A. Gatljin, 257 W. North St. Mrs. Lillian C. Johnson, 358 Locust St. Miss Tracy Miller, 468 Iowa Ave. Miss Sandra J. Mack, Berwick Miss Rosalinda Perez, 511 Iowa. Ct. Mrs. Marie A. Strungys, London Mills Clyde W. Skinner Jr., 272 S. Kellogg St. Mrs. Madeline Timmons, London Mijls LaVerne L. Thurman, 1820 Grand Ave. Jeffery E. Taylor, 724 W. First St. Mrs. J. Marie Wilson, 1400 N. Academy St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Fred E. Birgland, Monmouth Miss Lisa A. Butkovich, Galesburg Route 3 Miss Marcia L. Crary, Denver, Colo. Miss Kathleen A. Corwin, Cambridge Edward Migues, Los Angeles, Calif. Robert W. Eckermann, Custer Hotel Mrs. Gerogia A. Merrifield, Box 412 Christopher Surratt, 1113 Monroe St. Cottage ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: Mrs. Rebecca' S. Deny, 862 Greenleaf St. George J. Scfoumaucher Jr., Kansas City, Kan. Mrs. Vera L. Kent, 1256 Florence Ave, Mrs. Tenri L. Way, Abingdon Mrs. Viola Alien, Lima, Ohio Roy K, Cragg, Victoria Mrs. Frances Wall, 979 Mulberry St. Richard O. Buckert, Monmouth Mrs. Edith L. Westfall, 1393 Grand Ave. Mrs. Mary C. Armstrong, 497 E. Second St. Jeffrey A. Dowell, 946 Chamberlain Ave. Mrs. Gloria J. Taylor, Alpha DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Bradley L. Flatt, Media Mrs. Christine A. Hampton, Kathriine Club Jerry D. Whitman, Oneida Bryan L. Rice, London Mills Mrs. Georganna L. Anderson, 67 N. Pearl St. Mrs. Fannie M. Oato, 748 S. Henderson St. Mrs. Martha M. Upton, Gilson Mrs. Mary A. Stewart, GaiesJxirg Mrs. Martha L. Biedetrbeck, Galva Mrs. Mearl S. Curry, 1294 N. West St. Mrs. Lottie H. Boyd, St. Augustine Michael E. Kubitz, 158 W. Dayton St. Mrs. Lillian M. Burnett, Hanna City Mfg. Vera E. funk, Abingdon David W. Arte, 1523 Bridge Ave. Charles C. Nesbltt, 712 Pine St. Albert H. Nail, Macomb Jane M. Walker, 1419 Maple Ave. Mrs. Mable L. Palmrose, 1161 Bateman St. Mrs. Ethel P. Muafcain, Hotel Custer James S; Fugate, Rosevllle Mrs. Joan M, Nelson, Galesburg Route 3 • Mrs. Brenda E. Bliss, Abingdon Mrs. Bessie M, Skees, Monmouth Mrs. Mary L, Johnson, Abingdon Mrs. Catherine L. Clayton, 1437 Hollycrest Cr. George J. Schumaucher Jr., Kansas Gty Kan. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Chad E. Spurbeck, West Lake Storey Trailer Court Mrs. Connie Mackey, Oquawka Mrs. Nellie B. James, Galesburg Route 4 James C. Runyon, 116 Duffield Ave. Raymond L. Kirkpatrick, 1265 W. North St. Kenneth R. Elsey, Kewanee Teresa L. Thomas, Galesburg Route 4 Mrs. Marie M. VanDusen, Yates City Charles C. Hudson, 1873 E. Main St. William H. Ott, Dahinda Jess Myers Jr., Macomb Ray W. Ramp, Gilson Daniel M. Beaty, Oneida Mrs. Glienna L. Lockhart, Osco George E. Thompson, 2401 Grand Ave. Mrs. I. Dorothy Cramer, Gilson Lisa E. Browne, Cameron John A. Pittman, 239 Day St. Tami L. Huff, Abingdon Mrs. Daisy G. Wells, Canton Shelly D. Sloan, St. Augustine Mrs. R. Jane Burgland, Galesburg Route 1 Larry L. Williams, BushneU DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Gamble J. Duncan, 867 Michigan Ave. Mrs. Betty M. Goodwin, 243 S. Pearl St. Mrs. Starr M. West, Knoxville Virginia K. Lee, 581W. Losey St, Mrs. Cheryl D. Martz, Abingdon Mrs. Mary J. Lundeen, 1198 N. Cherry St. Robert G. Gardner, Cambridge Mrs. Arta Laule, 776 Arnold St. Mrs. C. Louise Carlson 1 , Galva Mrs. Merle R. Bryant, Oneida Mary K. Cowdery, Avon Altona Library's Directors Choose Nelson for Board ALTONA — Jerry Nelson has been elected to Ransom Public Library's Board of Trustees to replace Irving Lundeen, who recently retired from the board. He had been a member 18 fliincTAd ciharge^SOo Card of Thanki, In MamorUm. Lodge Notices, Other Notlcel, I inch or le«— $2,76. CASH RATE—Applies when ad 1« >ald within 8 days from dat« oi ait insertion. KANE, Linda T. — In loving mem ory ot our mother and grand mother who passed away 8 years ago today, June 4, 1S64. Today recalls sad memories Of a dear mother and grandmother gone to rest, And the ones who think of her today Are the ones who loved her best. Daughters: Barb, Hose, Phyllis, Linda and Candy, Grandchildren <iate*foufg ftgtefer-Mail Qalesburg, ill, Classified Advertising Dial 343-7181 OFfflCE HOURS: Monday through Friday- 8 A.M.-4:30 P.M. Saturday 8 A.M.-3 P.M. TRANSIENT CASli RATE Effective March 1, 1871 WILL DO babysitting In my hdfn*, day or night. Babies wileorhe. Location: Florence Ave. Call 343* 7791. 1*20 ~7 -days 4 *days i*day 3,21 3.78 WW I 6.13 ,) 4 .20 I 6,78 j 4.49 I 7.84 | (T24~ 1,60 1.82 2.13 In Memorlam— 2 Notices - Special - Personal—5 DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do something about it? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-2179 24 hours. Confidential. Lost and Found—6 LARGE Sealpolnt Siamese male cat affectionate, lost Northwest area $25 reward. Phone 342-3581. 782 N. Academy. Business Service— 7 WALLS WASHED, complete house cleaning services, floors machine scrubbed and waxed, carpets cleaned. Also complete janitorial service, Insured. Free estimates. Call collect 875-3493, A&A Wln- dow Cleaning Co. Child Care-10 Httfi wanted *Mftle-ll ORIENTAL fug NplMMft excellent ^rklftf MWH5I] offered with a, fodd NEED A BABYSITTER THIS SUMMER? Visit the Story Book Child Cflf6 Center, 369 N, Kelldgj. Hdura 6:30 to 6:00 Monday thru Ffl- day. Closed Saturdays. 342-3060, Help Wanted-Male-11 LARGE MIDWEST CORPORATION Taking applicants to expand present facilities in area. No door to door sales, or extensive travel. Over 21, high school graduate with good personality and appearance, able to furnish good past references, Immediate earnings during approved training program — subsequent pay $300 weekly for those who qualify. Management positions have base potential of $18,500 annually. If you are serious about an opportunity for income and personal growth, apply In person 7:00 P.M. sharp at Holiday Inn, Galesburg on Wednesday, June 6, Ask forJMr. Carlson. BOYS WANTED for summer work. Now taking applications. Must be 16 or over. MCDONALD'S penance especial); rug weaving raquli cafe oaiesbufg , i Reilster.Mi SALES OPPORMTW OX 11. Process equipment CH, JB.~ Insurance, local, salary Regional Mgr. teed eofn safes Rep, Ag. chemicals sales, recruiter; weal^ Pharmaceutical—potential *A $,(00 Test equipment area, Co. ..I i,m> Electronic and specialty ....I 7,200 Route sales trainee ...^ f 7,000 Retail Trainee local Call Jim seattergood, 342-1112, wittie, Pryor fc smith Personnel k WANTED Service Station attendant, must be over 21 and experienced in tuneup and brake work. Apply in person, DawiOft'l standard, KnoxvlUe. RESTAURANT Management! Leam all phases of operation. 38 to 44 hours per week. Great gfolip! $7,800, call Rich Ankeney, 8421112, WItUe, Pryor St Smith Personnel. FINE OPPORTUNITIES (partial listing) Plant Engr.—Estimate 415,000 Safety Engr.—Industrial —: 113,000 Tool Designer—Fee Paid : 10,200 Draftsman—Step up! ^ MO.OOO Diesel Meeh.—Growth spotl $ 0,100 Warehouse Foreman—Areal- Fork Lift Driver Machlnest-Mid-Size Co. ... Tool & Die—Local Field Man—Survey! 9,000 8,300 8,200 8,200 , 8,000 Malnt. Man—Local Mfg £ 7,500 Test Tech.—Appliances Parts Man—Agrlc. Co. Foreman Trainee—No exp.l 7,500 7,200 7,000 Inventory Clerk—Trainee 6,600 Call Bob TUton, 342-1112, Wittie, Pryor & Smith Personnel LAWN BUILDING Steve Wilson. Call 343-3046 EXCAVATING Basements, Trenching, Septic Systems, Free Estimates. 3428492. Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 REFRIGERATOR, Freezer, Air conditioning, also central air conditioning repair. Reasonable rates. Phone 342-8026. HOME Improvement, any type. Basement waterproofing, carpenter work, roofing, guttering, and painting. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. 343-9583. CARPET shampooing, excellent Job done. Mandyke's Electric Motor Repair Shop and SmaU Appliance Repair and Sales. Write Box 882, care Galesburg Register- Mail. HOUSE painting, interior and exterior. Barns and buildings. For free estimates call 342-3996 anytime. DYKE'S TYPEWRITER SERVICE, cleaning and repair. 1571 Beecher Ave. 342-6603. Free pickup. CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is actually extracted, not just sur face cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long dry lng period. Ron's Steamliner, 342 4232. ROOFING and chimney repair. All work guaranteed and insured. 20 years experience. 342-0247. ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance SERVICE — 342-2567 Expert Diagnosis years. A summer reading program for children in grades 1-6 will be held June 18-July 28. Trophies will be awarded to children who read the most books, and a party is planned for all youngsters who participate, library officials said. Children should register for the program as soon as possible, a spokesman said. The library's circulation during May included 247 adult books, 363 children's books, 62 magazines, 30 films, 18 books on inter-library loan and seven records. New books which have been added to the library include: This Way of Ufe, Maude Long- eU; On the Night of the Seventh Moon, Victoria Holtj Greygallows, Barbara Michaels; Smouldering Fire, D. E. Stevenson: One More Time, Faith Baldwin; Death to the Landlords, EUis Peters; Case of the Fenced-in Woman, Earle Stanley Gardner; Captain Cook, AUstalr MacLean; Drifter's Vengeance, Max Brand: The Flowering, Agnes Turnbull; Captains and Kings, Taylor Caldwell: Who's That Lady in the President's Bed?, B, K. Ripley; Golden Ball and Other Stories. Agatha Christie; A Marriage of Convenienve, Elizabeth Rossiter; Yellowhorse. Dee Brown; The Camerons, Robert Chlchton, and American Family, FaUh Baldwin. Elephants Can Remember, Agatha Christie; Who Do You Hear From Walden Pond, Jack Douglas; Shadow Guns, Dan James; A Game of Statues, Anne Stevenson; Murder Go Round, Agatha Christie: Doctor's Reputation; Elizabeth Seifert; Michael's Wife, Marlys Millhiser; Miracle at St. Bruno's, Phillippa Carr; Spllsh Splash, Leonard Kessler; The Diddakol. Rumer Godden, and This Bright Land, Brooks Atkinson. Dead in Cell CHICAGO (UPI)-John Manduch, 33, Chicago, was found dead in his cefll at the Cook County Jail early todafy. Authorities said Manduch apparently had hanged himself. Mandueh's cellmate, awakened by the incident, discovered the body, prison officials said. Manduch was to have appeared in court today in connection with the June 1 murder of his wife. WEED MOWING 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 experience. Moving - Storage— 8 STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 Classic European Imports NEEDS •sV 2—MECHANICS fr 2—SALESMEN Hr 1—SERVICE MANAGER ir 1—PARTS MAN •it 1—BOOKKEEPER Your FIAT-LOTUS SUZUKI DEALER 2001 Grand Ave. — Galesburg AMBITIOUS PRINTER For new off set shop 1 GOOD man. IMMEDIATE. SmaU shop has lock-In weekly pubUcatlons, printing plus high-volume potential. This Is ground floor opportunity for bright ambitious printer (prefer 25-45), who will take RESPONSIBILITIES and INITIATIVE for seeing jobs done — without supervision. For right man: Good salary and benefits plus work out profit-sharing agreement. Send complete resume to Box 888, care Galesburg Register- Mail. Reminder — this Is IMMEDIATE! NOTE: If above man also feels qualified to be WORKING MANAGER — The No. 1 man- to run as his own business (to learn and be responsible for ALL PHASES EXCEPT sales, bookkeeping, and copy layout) then this is a BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY for RIGHT man: Same salary & bonuses, plus can gain share and ownership. ONLY Investment — yourself I Don't waste it — SERIOUS QUALIFIED ONLY please! WANTED - Forkllft operator, high school education, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. 62 weeks a year, no layoffs, Paid vacation, holidays andiflauranee, Inquire in person QiOH Dlttrib- utors, Inc., 343 3, Kellogf St. WANTED — Year around farm employee on grain end beef flow operation. Phone 342*7768, John c. Wallace. PART Time experienced mechanic. Work on small engines, mini- bikes, golf cars, bicycles. Phone 343-0954. WANTED — Owner-operators to pull your own or company trail- ; ers, hauling perishables from Monmouth, fit. and the Quad City • area to the East coast. Phone 309-523-3172. OUR business, is very good — We now need permanent men for our appliance service and sales department. Top pay — plan lh- cludes bonus and high percentage. No previous experience needed, car helpful. Phone 3432106. An equal opportunity employer. PROGRAMMER with D.P. section ... Prestige position I $12,000 benefits. Call Rich Ankeney, 342 1112, Wittie, Pryor & Smith sonnel. Analysti Grow of area bank. and . 342- Per- MOONLIGHTING Can't make ends meet? In the rut of $2.00 per hour, four nights per week, and Saturday? No end In sight? BREAK THE RUT! Unique marketing concept. For Information write P.O. Box 986, Champaign, HI. 61820. Present employment wlU not be jeopardized. MECHANIC WANTED EXPERIENCED ix Good Salary •it Fringe Benefits Local Chrysler Plymouth Dealer Apply in Person to Howard Benard GOTTENBORG-HILL 1611 GRAND AVE. Used Car • LOT MAN Needed IVz Days per Week , Salary Open See BILL ROSENBERG Louis Lakis FORD Kellogg & Tompkins St., Galesburg Help Wanted - Male—11 Help Wanted - Male—11 Child Care—10 MINI FARM. Wataga. Just off Rt. 34 for chUdren 2 and older. Huge yard and Indoor playroom. Husband and wife both care for the kids. State licensed. Excellent references. Call for family visit, 375-6906. SHOP WHERE THE BARGAINS ARE THE CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL 343-7181 JOURNEYMAN Experienced in all phases of maintenance work — strong electrically. , Attractive Salary Excellent fringe benefits ' ' $ Steady employment Send summary in confidence to Max Hasbrouck or contact Iowa Industries, Inc. (Champion Spark Plug Co.) Box 306 Burlington, Iowa 52601 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER DISTRICT SALES MANAGER CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN ILL. BROAN MFG. CO., INC. One of America's leading manufacturers of kitchen range hoods, ventilating fans, door chimes and vacuum systems requires a District Sales Manager for Central and Southern 111. Base salary, performance bonus, car and travel expense. Wholesale selling experience desirable. Local interviews will be arranged. Send resume in confidence to J. Gross, BROAN MFG. CO., Inc. P.O. Box 140, Hartford, Wis. 53027 An Equal Opportunity Employer Help Wanted - Male, Feraale-13 Help Wanted - Male, Female-13 Help Wanted«Male, Femalc«43 INTERVIEWING AND HIRING FULL TIME —PART TIME A NEW ST€AK« SHflK* OPENING SOON! We Need; Grill and Fountain Operators — Waitresses—' Sandwich Line — Kitchen — Curb STEAK 'n SHAKE STEAK 'n SHAKE OFFERS 'immW OFFERS PROFIT SHARE PLAN XjS^ ANNUAL CASH BONUS OPPORTUNITY FOR ADVANCEMENT APPLICATIONS Now Being Taken at Our NEW Localion-lWiO N. Henderioa St. Between 11 A.M. and 7 P.M. Daily

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