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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 5, 1973
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Abingdon Votes Sewer Rate Increase ABINGDON - The Abingdon Gity Council Monday night voted an increase in sowar rates effective July I, Hate for individual householders wilt be Increased from $1 ,28,. to $3,75 every throe months, While work remains to be done on rates for somo business and Industrial users, preliminary figures show that the sewer rate for the four schools in the community will be upned to $131. for three months; Brlgga Manufacture ing Co. and American Brass to $6B, and the Abingdon Nursing Home to $15 a quarter. City officials said last night that the Increase would make receipts total around $20,000 annually for the sewer fund. The council was told that in order to qualify for state and federal assistance for sewer improvement projects, a community must demonstrate that sewage treatment operations are close to self-supporting. THE INCREASE voted last night will place the Abingdon system near the break-even point. The fund has been operating at a deficit in the past, with the operator's salary being taken from another fund. In setting the rate increase on a rate scaled to the service provided, the council noted that the increase is the first for Abingdon since 1935. ABINGDON MRS, OERALD1NE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: RFD St. Augustine, 111, Ph. 462-2477 An allocation of $9,000 for curb and gutter work was a> proved. Curb and gutter will be installed on both Jackson and Meek streets on a lbloek stretch from Washington Street to 111. 41. Work will bo done by city crews under the supervision of Rex Shipplett. Funds will come from motor fuel tax money. THE COUNCIL approved a resolution for resurfacing Jackson and Meek streets at a cost of $19,500, but no date for the.start of work was set. Mangier! told the council that extra help hired for the summer will Increase, the budget for salaries by some $17,000 and directed that summer crews" are to be sent home when there is no work to be done or weather prevents work. McDonald informed the council that the hearing on the an accident and attempting to elude police alter a chase which started on North Main Strefet and ended on Sanitary Road. Police also issued tickets to two juvenllea-a boy and a fiirl—for illegal possession of liquor after they were stopped on North Monroe Street. Police issued speeding tickets during the past week to Terry R. DeJaynes, 20, of near Abingdon, and Jackie L. Cook, 17, 405 Western Ave. Other .tickets were issued to Joel E. Heil, 20, Avon, illegal possession of liquor and speeding; Perry E. Stoneking, 18, 209 E. Martin St., improper passing; Johnnie J. Whetsell, 28, Commercial Drive, undue noise; Billy L. De­ Jaynes, 26, Fearing Avenue, disobeying a traffic signal; Roger F. Cameron, 33, 603 N. Austin St., operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and Environmental Protection M,U SU „„ ,„uu. Agency case against the City illegal transportation of liq- Property owners in the Knox of Abingdon and Sta-Rite In- uor, and Carol M. Szydloski, Homes Addition met with the dustries will continue at the Ilr 20, 300 S. East St., failure to linois Pollution Control Board office at Chicago June 19 and 20. Starting hour for the hearing was set at 9 a.m. In other action, the council: —Named Jack Heimel, Ike Owens and Doran Poland to a committee to code city ordinances. —Purchased a riding mower from Parris Hardware for use at the .cemetery at a cost of $1,146. —Instructed the city attorney to send LaVerne Glissan notice that property he owns on West Martin Street is to repaired. The building was damaged by fire severail weeks ago. —Authorized expenditure of $300 to cut down a tree on South W a s h i n> g t o n Street. Clean-up work is to be done by city crews. —Heard a report that 22 persons have signed up to be sponsored by the council during the Walk for Mankind. council to disduss water problems on their property. City Atty, David McDonald reported that he has sent letters to seven property owners on Monmouth Street asking easement for the installation of a storm water drain in the area. He said that property owners were told. that any damage ' to property' in the course of the work would be taken care of. by the contractor. Installation of the storm water drain would be the first . step to a solution for water ' problems in the area. Mayor Sam Mangieri told residents that crews would check for other problem areas. MANGIERI said recommendations will be made to the council when survey work is completed. Needed •work will be done according to the availability of funds and priority, the mayor said. Contracts were let and plans were made for summer street work in the community. Gunther Construction Co. of Galesburg was given a contract for $5,290 for street resurfacing. yield the right of way. No tickets were issued after a trailer broke loose from a truck driven by Fred Zimmer and struck a car owned by Robert Westover on Western Avenue May 30 at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Russell Morse of Commercial Drive reported to por lice that a rotary tiller had been stolen from her residence during ifche night June 1, Rodney Miller, 600 S. East St., told police that his car, tools and oil had been stolen from his home during the night May 31. Abingdon police last week issued five tickets to a juvenile for no valid registration, no drivers license, reckless driving, leaving the scene of Church school teachers who taught during the 1930s will be guests of honor at an all- church pofcluck at Christian Church Thursday at .6:30 p.m. Miss Mavis Meadows is in charge of a display of memo rabilia from the church school of three decades ago, and members of the Christian Women's Fellowship will be in charge of decorations and programs. Mothers of World War II will meet at the Home of Mrs. Mable E. Swanson Thursday, HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Miss Deborah L. Allen, 1232 N. Cherry St. Bradley K. Anderson, 1555 E. Main St. James A, Battln, Bushnell Mrs. Charlotte M. Brandy, Kewanee Mrs. Sally K. Charlson, Woodhull Mrs. Jennie Crooks, 95 Phillips St. Mrs. Martha Crooks, 95 Phillips St. Mrs. Mildred S, Darsl, Smlthfleld Mrs. Mabel Leona Emory, Bushnell Glen E. Folger, 1419 S. Seminary St. James U Geitner, Brimfield John B. German, Yates City Kevin L. Ingles, Box 207 Mrs. Beda E. Johnson, Kewanee Mrs. Dolly I. Johnson, Oneida Michelle A. LaPorte, 1287 Maplq Ave. Miss Lisa R. Logan, 573 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Betty M. Malcolm, 1117 Hawkinson Ave. Mrs, Eileen H. Nees, Monmouth Ralph E. Pierce, Bardolph Wendl D. Shook, Monmouth Robert Lee Smith, 1264 W. Main St. Jolene M. Stout, 1290 Jefferson St. Ernest V. Swanson, Knoxville Mrs. Linda G. Sunderland, 418 S. West St. Terri J. Sweeden, 900 W. Dayton St. Mrs. Florence M. Tutt, 869 Peck St. Mrs. Bonnie J. Walker, Chillicothe DISMISSALS MONDAY: Allen P. Christiansen, 9 Fairway Rd. Mrs. Mae H. Woods, 820 E. Fifth St. Roy K. Cragg, Victoria Mrs. Mary Sue Schwarz, Gilson Stephen L. Pastorelli, Macomb Mrs. Lois M. Gardner, Alexis Mrs. E. Jean Brown, Abingdon Edith F. Bjurstrom, Kewanee Mrs. Viola Allen, Lima, Ohio- Mrs. Sandra J. Hamilton, Viola Beverly A'^ Osborne, 159 N! Pearl St. Highway Executions May Follow Pattern CHICAGO (UPI) - James Schmidt, 25, Chicago, and his fiancee, Dorothy T. Cerny, 25, attended a first communion party for Miss Cerny's nephew Sunday night. About an hour and a half after the couple left the party, a passing motorist found their bodies lying near the shoulder of the road along Interstate 57 near southwest suburban Country Club Hills. Police said each of the victims had been shot once in the back with a 12 gauge shotgun. Schmidt's pockets had been turned inside out and Miss Cerny's purse was missing. The victims had been robbed, forced to lie face down along the roadway and executed, police said ently put up no resistance before being slain. Schmidt and Miss Cerny were to have been married in November. Their bodies were found about a quarter of a mile from the place where a truck driver was found shot to death May 12. David J. Spurr, 24, Frankfort, was killed after his truck, carrying some $4,000 worth of liquor, was hijacked in Chicago. Police were investigating the possibility that the murders may have been committed by the same persons. Witnesses reports led police to believe that the murders may have been committed by three men who feigned car trouble pie when they came to their aid. The May truck hijacking and murder also was committed by three men, police said. Police said the couple appar- then robbed and killed the cou- Abingdon Dancing Classes STUDENT and ADULT Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cunningham Invite You To COME DANCE WITH US ABINGDON Sacred Heart Catholic Church DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND CLASSES BEGINNING Tuesday, June 12, 1973 Student Clan — 7.Q0.8;3Q P.M. Adult Class — 8:30-10:00 P.M. International Ballroom Dancing — Fox Trot Waltz — Swing — Lindy — New Yorker Cha Cha — Kbnmba — Samba — Polka — RESERVATIONS ESSENTIAL — Send Fee Payable To Wayne Cunningham in Care of Roger Larson Abingdon Dank and Trust Company 101 N. Main St. Abingdon, Illinois Students $10.00 Per Person Adults $35.00 Per Couple For 10 Tuesday* Phone 462-2222 Flea Market Is Set Saturday At City Park KNOXVILLE - The Knoxville Business Assn. will hold another of its flea markets Saturday at 8:30 a.m. in the city park. The Glisson Men's Club is scheduled to meet today at 6:30 p.m. at the center. Mrs. Maurle Young, a former Knoxville resident, is now residing at the Keokuk Convalescent Center, 500 Messenger Road, Keokuk, Iowa. Mrs. Clara Keller, a former KnoxviV-e resident, is a patient at Glen Acres Nursing Home, 1020 Woodland Ave., Tucson, Ariz. Don Eklund, Ramsey, N.J., was an overnight guest Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eklund. He was en route to Normal to pick up his son who is a student at the university. '• St. Mary's ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Miss Susan Lynn Adams, 998 .W. North St. Miss Gwen J. Allen, 372 Day St. Phillip W. Carlson, 839 Warren St. Mrs. Mildred M. Carlson, 864 Florence Ave. Brett A. Homer, Avon Paul A. Homer Jr., Avon Wilmer E. Hopkins, Dahinda John Marek, Knoxville George E. McKenna, Americana Nursing Center James A. "Pennick, 497 Fifer St. Miss Wanda Stetson, Abingdon Mrs. Dejma M. Tracy, 1548 W. North St. Mrs. Judith Wilson, 418 Pine St. DISMISSALS MONDAY: Miss Nelle E. Giles, 1417 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Evelyn Wadhams, Wataga Mrs. Eliza Durbin, 426 N. Academy St. Miss Pamela C. Hanna, Alexis Mrs. Catherine J. Lewis, 1166 Grand Ave. Mrs. Frances Wheeler, Wataga Richard P. Wheelhouse, Gal,va Mrs. Martha Jolene Gibbs, 1546 Moshier Ave. Mrs. Ida Barber, 1017 W. Second St. Mrs. Elsie Pierson, 958 E. South St. Legal Notice GQlfeabutfl Regi^er»Mail, Galesburg, HI, Tuesday, June 5, 1973 21 KNOX COUNTY ZONING fUMOLtmON PUBLIC NOTICE State of Illinois ) ) SS County of Knox ) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in Elba Township, Knox County, Illinois, that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, June 20, 1973 at 2:00 p.m. in the Village Hall, St. Augustine, Illinois, relative to a request for a conditional use to allow the location and residential occupancy of a mobile home in the "F" Fanning district on the following described property: The West One-Half (Wtt) of the Northwest Quarter (NW'/4) of Section 30, 77.92 acres, Township 10 North, Range 4 East of the Fourth P.M., Elba Township, Knox County, Illinois, as the result of a petition of Ernest Tolbert, R.R. 2, Box 56, Maquon, Illinois, which petition is on file in the office of the below named Board and open to inspection by the public. All interested persons are invited to attend said hearing and be heard, or they may submit comments on this matter in writing to the office of the below named Board, or both. KNOX COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Knox County Zoning Department Knox County Courthouse Galesburg, Illinois Ralph Hawthorne, . Chairman Dated this 24th day of May, 1972 at Galesburg, Illinois. 6-5-lt Oftltibutf, 111, Classified Advertising Dial 343-7181 rough Ffld>y~ "Wofdl m , „ 8 A.M.ftaO P.M. "Maya —KHT 2M0 3,7f •day 3#r m JA9 "7.84 | "4.44 TBS 2.13 _ , Blind A<TGmiii^^o Card of Thanks, In Miftiorllm, Lodge Notices, Other Notifies, l inch or let*— I2.7S. CASH RATE—Appliei when «d li paid within 8 day* frdm date of last Insertion. Card of Thanks—I WILSON, John ft. — My sincere thank* for the kindnesses and sympathy shown me during the illness and Ions of my husband: for cards, calls, flowers,.food, and memorials to all the personnel on the 3rd floor Intensive care Unit at St. Mary's Hospital; also Drs. Claman and Bick, Hlnchllff-Pear- son-West Funeral Home. Thanks to all my friends and neighbors for all their help. Mrs. John U. WJUon_ t WiM to "thank all"who remembered rne with cards, flowers and visits, also the doctors and the nursing care while I was at the Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Cllnna Wagner Notices - Special - Pergonal— 5 REDUCE excess fluids with Elul- dex — Lose weight with Dex-A- Dlet capsules — at Went Drug. DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do something about it? Let us hel you help yourself. Phone 342-217! 24 hours. Confidential. Lost and Found— 6 Child ClM-10 Visit thi JBtdry Book Child Car* center, m ft, Kellogf. Hours to 8:00 Monday -Oiru Friday. Closed Saturdays. 342.3060. Help Wanted-Male -11 BXPEftlfcNCED second cook wanted. 2 P.M. to 10 P.M. QrOUp in- auranee available, Soangetaha Country- Club, Call for appointment. 342-8104. BARBER wanted, MSgmason Barber stylist Shop, 40 s, Prairie. 342-2816 or 343-S374. LARGE MIDWEST CORPORATION Taking applicants to expand present facilities In area, No door to dodr 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 potent!si 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 for Mr. Carlson. BOYS WANTED for summer work. Now taking applications. Must be 18 or over. MCDONALD'S TOOL box lost On South Academy, Main or Prairie Sts. Monday afternoon. Reward. Call 342-1407. Business Service— 7 , ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2S67 ROOFING and chimney repair. All work guaranteed and insured. 20 yearn experience. 342-0247. FINE OPPORTUNITIES I (partial listing) Plant Engr.—Estimate 115,000 Safety Engr.—Industrial —113,000 Tool Designer—Fee Paid —$10,200 Draftsman—Step upl $10,000 Diesel Mechz-Growth spot! f 9,100 Warehouse Foreman—Area!..* 9,000 Fork Lift Driver .... f 8,300 Machlnest—Mid-Size Co i 8,200 Tool & Die—Local * 8,200 Field Man—Survey! » 8,000 Malnt. Man—Local Mfg t 7,500 Test Tech.—Appliances $ 7,500 Parts Man—Agric. Co t 7,200 Foreman Trainee—No exp.l S 7,000 Inventory Clerk—Trainee 6,500 Call Bob Tllton, 342-1112, Wlttle.^Pryor Smith Personnel HANDYMAN No job too small. Free estimates. Phone 343-0206. Animal Avt Brooehing a suggestion: Gather a collection of pins in the shapes of various animals, then pick an animal to suit your mood for the day. Avoid aardvarks, platypuses and other beasts it would be too difficult to find a suitable mood for. For Your Convenience PAY YOUR REAL ESTATE, PERSONAL PROPERTY and DOG TAXES at th« FARMERS NATIONAL BANK Of KNOXVILLE Member F.DJ.C. KNOX COUNTY ZONING RESOLUTION PUBLIC NOTICE State of Illinois,) ) SS County of Knox ) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all persons In Indian Point Township, Knox County, Illinois, that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, June 20, 1973 at 2:00 p.m. in the Village Hall, SL Augustine, Illinois, relative to a request for a change of zoning from an "F" Farming district to' an "R" Rural Residence district on the following described property: All that part of the following described real estate lying North of the east-west road intersecting said tract: Lot Three (3) of the Subdivision of the Northeast Quarter (NE%) of Section Five (5), per plat recorded in'Volume 102 of Knox County Deed Records at page 247; and, the West One-half (W%) of the Southeast Quarter (SE%) of Section Five (5), excepting about .35 of an acre on the north side of said highway, commencing at the intersection of the east line of said tract with the north boundary line of said public road, thence west on the north boundary line of said road XWk feet, thence North 113 feet, thence Northeasterly 123 feet to the East Quarter Section line of said tract, being the east line of said tract, thence South 140 feet to the place of beginning; All being in Township 9 North, Range 1 East of the Fourth P.M., Indian Point Township, Knox County, Illinois; containing 22 acres, more or less, s the result of a petition of Daniel L. and Nancy J. Kirchgessner, 208 North Monroe Street, Abingdon, Illinois, which petition is on file in the office of the below named Board and open to inspection by the public. All interested persons are invited to attend said hearing and be heard, or they may sub- mil comments on this matter in writing to the office of the below named Board, or both. KNOX COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Knox County Zoning Department Knox County Courthouse Galesburg, Illinois Ralph Hawthorne, Chairman Dated this 24th day of May, 1973 at Galesburg, Illinois. 6-5-lt 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 Window Cleaning Co LAWN BUILDING Steve Wilson. Call 343-3946 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. 343-9563. CARPET shampooing, excellent job done. Mandyke's Electric Motor Repair Shop and Small Appliance Repair.and Sales. Write Box 882, care Galesburg Register Mail. HOUSE painting, interior and ex terior. Barns and buildings. For free estimates call 342-3996 any time. Classic European Imports NEEDS •it 2-MECHANICS •it 2—SALESMEN ir 1-SERVICE MANAGER ~>, 1—PARTS MAN ir 1—BOOKKEEPER Your FIAT-LOTUS SUZUKI DEALER 2001 Grand Ave. — Galesburg DYKE'S TYPEWRITER SERVICE, cleaning and repair. 1571 Beecher Ave. 342-6603. Free pickup. CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamliner, 3424232. AMBITIOUS PRINTER For new off set shop 1 GOOD man. IMMEDIATE. Small Shop has lock-in weekly pubUcations, 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 S ualified to be WORKING IANA.GER — 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! Don't waste it — SERIOUS QUALIFIED ONLY pleasel Help WintH.Mlt«-li We OUR buiiMit ii wry toad *PPlisnoe ijrvie* and iifii d«. % TOP pay. elm In- y hi partment, Top ply «- pi oludei. bonus tridr'hl|*l lie. No pMvldUt needed, ear helpful feint- .pioyer. Used Car LOT MAN Needed h l h Days per Week Salary Open See BILL ROSENBERG Louis Lakis FORD Kellogg & Tompkins St., galesburg CONSTRUCTION CAREER. Immediate opening* for 2 management positions. Rapidly growing residential construction company will train aggrea- slve men with coUege degree Interested in construction. Involves sub-contractor coordination, bidding, Job inspections, job costing, planning, financing. Excellent growth potential, profit sharing, insurance. Call Elite Developers, 309-688-0421, Mr. Van Dyke. _ DID YOU Accomplish this year what you plan to do? Are you satisfied with your Job, your income,.security and future? if not then call me about a career in the insurance field. I'm going to interview at the Holiday Inn, Wednesday evening between 6 & 8 P.M. Ask for Jim Harscher. P.S. If your answers are no, 111 be expecUng a call from you. PLANT MAINTENANCE MAN With experience in hydraUUcs, electrical and welding for plastic inJecUon molding plant. Apply in person at the personnel office, H. o. Canfield Co., Inc>, Llnwood Rd„ Galesburg, 111. CERTIFIED Public Accountant, or close to it; to train In accounting systems for growing area manufacturer. $14,000 and luture! Call Rich Ankeney, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. 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. 48205. Help Wanted - Female—12 WANTED — Part time help, phone soliciting, good wages, commissions and bonuses. Apply in person, 508 N. Pearl. APPLICATIONS for waitresses being taken. May call for app't. Ph. 343-5151. ask for Mr. Peck. WAITRESSES wanted, nights, full time and part time. Must be 21. Call 343-6313 for appointment. CLEANING woman wanted 1 or 2 days per week. Must have driver's license. Phone 289-4434. LADY WANTED to care for elderly gentleman, live in. Write Box 889, care Galesburg Register-Mail. 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.—343-8149 Child Care -10 BABYSITTING wanted in my home. Will consider retarded children. Phone 343-2672. RELIABLE babysitter for 7 preschool children, 5 days per week while mothers work. Paid holidays, $100 a week. Own transpor latlon and references a must. For _ interview call 343-0523 after 5. _ MINI FARM, Wataga". Just off Rt. 34 for children 2 and older. Huge yard and indoor playroom. Husband and wife both care for the kids. State licensed. Excellent references. Call for family visit, 375-6006. ORIENTAL rug repairman wanted excellent working atmosphere is offered with a good salary. Experience especially in Persian rug weaving required. Write Box 886, care Galesburg Register-Mall SALES OPPORTUNITIES Process equipment Ch. E...$18,000 Insurance, local, salary - $14,400 Regional Mgr. seed corn $12,000 Sales Rep. Ag. Chemicals ..$11,000 Sales, recruiter, local $10,500 Pharmaceutical—potential —$ 9,500 Test equipment area Co. ..$ 9,000 Electronic and specialty $ 7,200 Route sales trainee $ 7,000 Retail Trainee local .$5,200 Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel WANTED Service Station attendant, must be over 21 and experienced in tuneup and brake work. Apply in person, Dawson's Standard, Knoxvjlle. RESTAURANT Management: Learn all phases of operation. 38 to 44 hours per week. Great group! $7,800. Call Rich Ankeney, 3421112, Wittle, Pryor tc Smith Personnel. WANTED — Forklift operator, high school education, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. 52 weeks a year, no layoffs, Paid vacation, holidays and insurance. Inquire in person G&M Dlstrib- utors. Inc., 343 S. Kellogg St WANTED — Year around farm employee on grain and beef cow operation. Phone 342-7788. John C. Wallace. WILL DO babysitting in my home, clay or night. Baoies welcome Location: Florence Ave. Call 3437791. SHOP WHERE THE BARGAINS ARE READ THE WANT ADS! THE SEE KNOXVIUS MONEY STORE"! June 8, 1973 Galesburg Register-Mail /ILLE d Raw Sugar and ViUmlni Nelural Foods, Oil*. Flours. Sold At . .. \nean a 130 E. Mam, Knoxville CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL 343-7181 PART Time experienced mechanic. Work on small engines, mini- bikes, golf cars, bicycles. Phone 343-9954. PROGRAMMER Analyst: Grow with D.P. section of area bank. Prestige position! $12,000 and benefits. Call Rich Ankeney, 3421112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. MECHANIC WANTED EXPERIENCED v Good Salary ir Fringe Benefits Local Chrysler Plymouth Dealer Apply In Person to Howard Benard GOTTENBORG-HILL 1811 GRAND AVE. LIKE CLOTHES? Need extra cash? Queens Way To Fashion now hiring In the Galesburg area. $60 to $100 and more in just 2. evenings. Free $400 sample kit. Car and phone necessary. 815-659-3363 or 815-659-3306 for interview. WOMAN Over 30 with knowledge of sewing, part time. Apply in person. Fabs, 1055 N. Henderson. PUBLIC Relations — Attend meetings, handle and promote administrative business affairs for busy boss. $500. benefits. Call Lynn Breeze, 342-1112. Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. , KITCHEN posiUon. Apply in person. Hilller's Restaurant, Henderson Se Main. . CONCESSION girls wanted. Must be 16 or over. Apply in person after 8 P.M. Galesburg Drive-in Theatre, SOCIAL Worker — Consult and work with the famUy unit. Very rewarding. $10,000 and fringe beneflta, Call Lynn. Breeze, 3421112, WitUe, Pryor St Smith Personnel. . ATTRACTIVE ladles with nice iig- ures and personalities wanted for •ales positions with international company. Good salary. Call Miss Brown for app't,, 342-9104. WAITRESS wanted, part time, nights. Apply in person, Pizza Hut, 896 W. Fremont, GRANDVIEW RESTAURANT Night Waitress, 3 nights a week. Must be 16. Apply in person Very progressive firm offers this spot to the am- BOOKKEEPER bltious gal wanting to learn. $350. Call Lynn Breeze, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. GIRL for general office work, preferably over 30 years of age. Apply in person, Quint's Tire Service, 642 E. Main, Galesburg. KITCHEN HELP — Part time and full time. Apply in person. Friendly Cafe, E. Losey. CONCESSION girls wanted. Must be 16 or over. Apply in person after 7:30 P.M. Orpheum Theatre. GET OUT OF THE HOUSE ••' during hours you choose. Sell AVON and have fun while you earn right In your own neighborhood. Call 342-1822 or write Avon Manager. P.O. Box 1388, Galesburg, 111. 81401. Help Wanted - Male— 11 (Continued on Page 22) Help Wanted - Msle-U JOURNEYMAN Experienced in all phases of maintenance work — strong electrically. Attractive Salary Excellent fringe benefits Steady employment Send summary in confidence lo Max Hasbrouck or contact Iowa Industries, Inc. (Champion Spark Plug Co.) Box 306 Burlington, Iowa 52601 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITV KMi'UiYEft

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