Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 6, 1973 · Page 31
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 6, 1973
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University Presidents' Accountants Hired by Board To Probe Costs of Homes galesburgRegMg>Ma j 1/ .jSgj ^u /g ^JJK^y ^dnasdaVr -Iune.. 6, 1973 31 Eagles Recognized Jmxig asm Eagle Scouts mxfgtizeA at a Trap 207; and 'Doug Kennedy, Troop 207, banquet Thursday Bit Saangeitahla Oounibry all of Galesburg. The scouts display a CM) are faom left, Tim Duke, Troop 213; brochure on the newly-formed National Ronald Sdhirodit, Trtotop 207; Kurt Kraft, Eagle Scout Assn. CHICAGO (UPI)-AccoUhtants Jiave been hired by the Illinois Board of Higher Education to investigate what It cost six stale universities to build end furnish homes for their presidents. However, board member Jaimes M. Unland of Peoria, who announced the investigation Tuesday, admitted to newsmen that "the horse may be out of the barn" as far as doing anything about president s' homes already built. Future Guidelines Unland said the investigation cculd give the board guidelines to use in regulating such construction in the future "We are looking for complete casts of the homes—from beginning to end—including furniture, carpets and silverware— the whole ball of wax," Unland said. He identified the six universl ties being audited as Illinois State at Normal, Sangamon State aft Springfield, Chicago State, Northern Illinois at De Kalb, Western Illinois at Macomb, and Eastern Illinois at Charleston. Unland said one purpose of the audits, which wilt be conducted by the Chicago firm of Peat, Marwick and Mitchell, is to determine whether the uni vensltles, by using private funds and spreading costs over several years, bypassed board control to build extravagant homes for presidents. No Approval He noted that Southern Illinois University several years ago undertook construction of a controversial $1 million presl dent's home and meeting facil ity without prior approval of the board Unland said the board's first audit is now under way at Uli nois State, where the estimated cost of the president's home was $192,000. Word* 7-days 4-daya 1-day 1-20 I 6.21 3.78 | 1.60 21-26 1 6.13 4.20 1.6* 26-30 I 6.76 4.40 1.82 31-35 1 7.84 I 6.24 2.13 Card of Thank*. In Memorlam, Lodge Notice*, Other Notice*, 1 inch or less—$2,75. CASH RATE—Applies when ad 1* paid within 8 day* from date of last lntertlon, National Eagle Scout Chapter Planned Board E s , BomU Plans are being, made to form a local chapter of the newly - organized National Eagle Scout Assn., it was announced at an Eagle Scout recognition dinner Thursday night at Soangetaha Country Club. All men who have attained Eagle Scout rank are eligible to join both the national and the local chapter. Prairie Council Eagle Scouts heard a speech at the dinner by J. R. Davidsmeyer, member of the National Ex ploring Committee of the Boy Scouts. He said attitudes acquired by the Eagle Scout mean more to his future than do the skills he-may learn. Scouts being recognized were Tim Duke, Troop 213; Scott E. Fenn, Troop 309; Steven J. Jacobson, Troop 309; Joe L. Johnson, Post 348; C. Douglas Kennedy, Troop 207; Kurt A. Kraft, Troop 207; Andre W. McNaught, Troop 144; Scott R. Peterson, Troop 144; Gary L. Sash, Troop 319; Ronald G. Schrodt, Troop 207 and David F. Speer, Post 348. Scouts also recognized but unable to attend the dinner were Robert D. Baxter, Troop 309; Robert S. Foster, Troop 309; Donald R. Graves, Troop 146; Stephen G. Johnson, Post 348; James H. Lauver, Post 348; James M. Roberts, Post 300; Eric A. Schluter, Troop 202; Robert L. Sheldon, Troop 309; David F. Simpson, Troop 309 and Glenn L. Todd, Post 348. CHICAGO (UPI) - If Gov, Daniel Walker's proposal to increase the higher education budget by $10 million goes through, university employes will receive a 4.5 per cent pay raise. The Illinois Board of Higher Education Tuesday Voted to give the raise provided Walker's proposal is passed by the General Assembly. Under the plan, the $10 million proposed by Walker and another $5 million reallocated from other budget categories would be bundled together to finance the raises. The plan would restore salary hikes called for in the board's original budget adopted last February. Under the board's plan, the University of Illinois would get $7.12 million for salary increases; Southern Illinois University, $2.81 million; schools under the Board of Regents, $2.48 million; and those under the jurisdiction of the Board of Governors, $2.48 million. Antique Gar Show Coming to Knoxville Regents May Pick Acting Prexy KNOXVILLE - The Knoxville Business Assn. and the Western Illinois Antique Car Assn. of Galesburg will sponsor an antique car display and parade June 23-24 in Knoxville. ' Cars will be on display in the courthouse park June 23 until 3 p.m. The parade will take place at 3:30 p.m., passing through the downtown area Out to the nursing homes and then back to town. The business group will serve a meal at 5 p.m. in front of the fire station. .A street dance will be held that night at 8 behind the court- Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-2816 house. Music will be provided by Oliver Smith, Gilson. On June 24 the cars will be on display from 9-10 a.m. At 10 the cars will be judged in six antique auto events. Trophies will be awarded to winners judged by popular vote. The 102nd Infantry Civil War regiment- will be sworn in during a ceremony at 1 p.m. in front of the courthouse. Original Civil War enlistment papers will be used. A flea market will be held both days beginning at 8 a.m. Persons desiring to participate with an antique car may contact Jerry Carlton, president of the business association. The Persifer Home Extension Unit will meet Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Robert Asbury. .Ted Putnam is recovering from back surgery at St. Francis Hospital, Room 362, Peoria. CHICAGO (UPI)—An acting director for Illinois State Uni- vrsity will "probably" be named by the Board of Regents to replace Dr. David K. Berlo according to J. Robert Barr, chairman of the Board of Regents. Barr told a luneh meeting of board members, officials from the university and student lead ers that he would meet next Friday at ISU with Berlo prior to the school's commencement exercise 1 . Berlo resigned last week in the midst of investigations by a legislative committee and the Illinois Board of Higher Education into the construction and operation of a new $192,000 pres ident's home at the campus in Normal. Barr said the purpose of the lunch meeting was to gather "advice, opinions, and suggestions" on how to proceed in the wake of Berlo's sudden resignation State Suspends 9 Firms Abingdon Legion Elects New Commander ABINGDON — Ernest Day was re-elected commander of Harry E. Wiles Post 381 at a Monday night meeting. Others elected to serve for the coming year were Jack Wherley, first vice president; Virgil Hill, second vice president; Ralph Ebany, third vice president; Dennis Grider, finance; Jay Peen, chaplain; Ronnie Heimer, sergeant-at- arms; Carroll Butterfield, historian. Martin Thurman, George Johnson and Mario Sabetti were elected to the executive committee, and Penn, Bob Haynes, Leo Hickey and M. Campbell were elected delegates to the state convention in July. The organization decided to establish a standing building committee. Ray Landon, Russ Hansen, Wherley, Jack Simkins, Joe- Mangieri, Wayne Reynolds and Harry Emert were named to continue on the committee. The committe hail functioned after the former post was destroyed by fire until the Cruiser Building was purchased for a new home for the post. Members were told that the legion baseball team needs a manager. Future meetings announced included 15th district convention at Kewanee Abingdon MRS. GERALDINE BAUER Correspondent RFD St. Augustine, 111. Phone 482-2477 June 9-10, third division convention at Libertyville June 16-17, and county meeting at Victoria June 21 at 7 p.m. Newly-elected officers will be installed July 7. The Abingdon Fire Department was called to the Wilford Lincoln home near Abingdon Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. when a spark from a welder set some tools on fire. No damage was done to the metal shed where the fire was confined. Nancy Lawson and Jeff Hulick were given the American Legion citizenship award at the awards assembly at Abingdon Grade School last Friday. Marlene Tielen and Jeff Cox received the Kiwanis Club citizenship awards. Students who had served on the school safety patrol were given awards during the assembly. r- For Your Convenience PAY YOUR REAL ISTATi, PERSONAL PROPERTY ond DOG TAXES at the FARMERS NATIONAL BANK Of KNOXVILLE Member F.D.I.C. /ILLE 4 Past matrons and patrons of Abingdon Chapter 289 will be honored at a.banquet at the Congregational Church June 12 at 6:30 p.m. A silent auction will be held at the temple following the dinner. A son, David Ryan, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pruett at San Diego, Calif., June 3. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kempster of Abingdon, and paternal grandparents are Mrs. Joe Lindsey of Phoenix, Ariz., and Dale Pruett of Abingdon. Carl (Buck) Pearson has returned home after being dismissed as. a patient from St. Francis Hospital at Peoria. Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Petrie were Mrs. Catherine Griffith and Trudie of Washington, Iowa. Fourth quarter honor roll at Abingdon Junior High School includes: Seventh Grade: Randy Cox, John Horton, Peggi White, Penni White, Curole Adams, Lorl Armstrong, Rita Denisar, Stnci English. Jim Fey, Beverly Peterson, Jeff Admire, Claudia Falrbank, Rod Fordyce, Diana Harpman, Pete KJellander, Teresa Olinger. Kim Palmer, Geoffrey Ray, Jerri Severns, Lecla Swearlneen, Jon VanTress and Jeff Watters. Eighth Grade: Tina Admire, Debbie Blodgett, Ginger Davis, Luunne Day, Brenda Small, Pam White, Becky Winkler, Amy Beardsley, Mindy Bushong, Brent Cramer. April Frazler, Roger KreiK, Debbie Landon, Kay Strahler, Kevin Thellen, Sheryl White, Jennifer Wilson, Terry Allen. Vlnce Brewer, Andrea Dupuy, Chuck French, Joyce Grimes, Doug Harley, Malcolm Head, Sandy Horton. Lorl Howard, Paul Mangieri Kelly McKee, Shel- Marllyn Landon, Jeanne Lomax, ley Onion, Larry Schwarz, Peggy Sherman, Ted Smith. Kae Thomas and Pam Van Winkle. SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Nine firms convicted of bid-rigging have been suspended from working on state road projects by Illinois Transportation Secretary Langhorne Bond. "We will impose sanctions against the nine firms found guilty as charged by the federal court," Bond said Tuesday. "However, at the request of the U.S. Department of Justice, we are postponing action briefly pending the receipt of information from the Justice Department on the extent of cooperation by the companies in providing information in conjunc­ tion with the continuing federa grand jury investigation into bidding practices." The firms all entered pleas of no contest in U.S. District Court in Danville and were fined $10,' 000 to $35,000. The nine companies are J Simmons and Co. Inc., Shap pert Engineering Co., Cham' paign Asphalt Co., Shoemaker Bridge Co., O'Neil Brothers Construction Co., Laneil Con struction Co., A. J. Walker Construction Co., Neal Lent Construction and Culderson Construction Co. Find Body of Third Victim By Interstate Near Chicago Former Resident Isllospi tatizeel Mrs. Lenore Nickerson, a former Galesbumg resident, now living in Silvis, is ihospitalized at Illiaii Hospital, Silvis, 111. 61282. She would appreciate hearing from her friends. She is a sister of Mrs. H. J. Page, 1946 Grand Ave. CHICAGO (UPl)-The body of a third person murdered by shotgun blasts along an interstate highway south of Chicago was found Tuesday. Police said today early tests indicate that Mrs. Betty L. Harmon, 29, Darien, was killed between 9 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. Sunday, the same time period when police believe an engaged couple from Chicago were slain 20 miles north of where her body was found. The young couple who had planned to be married in November, James Schmidt, 25, and Dorothy Cerny, 25, both of Chicago, had each been shot in the back with a 12 gauge shotgun, police said. Mrs. Harmon had been shot in the neck with a shotgun. Her clothes, wedding ring and purse were missing. Miss Cerny's engagement ring, her purse and Schmidt's wallet were also taken. Miss Cerny and her fiance, however, were found fully clothed. Miss Cerny's 1973 car, which the couple was driving was found later on Chicago's West Side near the Eisenhower Expressway. Mrs. Harmon's 1973 car was involved in a hit and run accident in the same neighborhood about 11:30 p.m. Sunday, police said, and a man ran from tiie scene. Police said their investiga- b' tions had turned up no concrete evidence of connections between the two incidents, but they said the same procedure, same kind of weapon and same location along the interstate would suggest the same assailants might be involved. Monmouth- (Continued From Page 8) dent for a variety of off campus or unique, non-academic activities. In other action, the Senate designated the money received by the college from bequests; $5,000 from the will of Roberta B. Grenslet was approved for the Unrestricted Current Fund, $41,498 from the estate of Mary K. and Jennie Prentiss was designated to the Endowment Fund. This amount is in addition to $332,280 designated to the Endowment Fund earlier this year by the Senate. Resignations of three faculty members were noted by the Senate. William Neliis, assistant professor of Physics at the College since 1970, will accept a position with the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory in California. The male ostrich gives a deep roar like that of a tan, but with a strange hissing sound. Oflleiburg, 111. Classified Advertising' Dial 343-7181 , OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Friday— 8 A.M.-4:30 P.M. Saturday 8 A.M.-3 P.M. TRANSIENT CASH RATE Effective March 1, 1971 CARPET CLEANING. Dirt Is actually extracted, not Just surface cleaned with clean, el6ar soft water steam. No long dry- In* period. Ron's Steamliner, 3424232. INDEX Card of Thames Building LoU 62 Aviation 78A Antiques ...31 Apartments—Furnished 53 Apartments—Unfurnished ...64 Autos—Sport, Foreign 77 Autos—New 78 " " .79 - 7 ..17 ..70 ..10 -38 Autos—Used Business Service Business Opportunity Boats and Motors Child Care Coins — Stamps — Misc.. COUNTRY CORNER— in Farm - Miscellaneous 40 Farms and Acreages—Rent —.41 Farms and Acreages—Sale —42 Pasture for Rent—.-. 43 Farm Implements,- Servlees-44 Feed - Seed - Fertilizers 45 Poultry and Supplies 48 Livestock and Supplies 47 Auctions 48 Commercial Property .- 59 Construction Equipment 76 Employment Wanted 14 Garages —- eo BABYSITTING wanted in your home. Inquire at 1577 McKnlght. WILL DO babysitting in my home, day or night, or by the hour. Licensed, very reliable. Florence Ave. 343-7791. Good 21 Things to Eat Help Wanted—Male 11 Help Wanted-Female —- 12 Help Wanted—Male, Female 13 Household Goods Z8 Home Improvement 25 Houses for Rent .- 65 In Memorlam ,{ Instruction —Jo Insurance - f' Investments Jo Lawn and Garden Needs 34 lost and Found g Moving — Storage—— 8 Money to Loan—Wanted 19 MUSlCal —_--.- 28 Mobile Homes for Rent 56 Mobile Home Spaces 57 Miscellaneous ---- »o Mobile Homes for Sale 66 Motorcycles - Bicycles .74 New Houses for Sale 62A Notices - Lodge - — 3 Notices - Other —.. — Notices - Special - Personal .. Office Space —go Photography 29 Pets and Supplies .... 33 Property Management 16 Rooms for Rent- 51 Resorts and Cottages 61 Room and Board. . 52 Real Estate for Sale -63 Real Estate Wanted -. 64 Real Estate—Out of Town 65 Sporting Goods - 71 Transportation —-- _» Trailers - Campers - Equip. -—72 Tires - Accessories - Parts 73 Trucks - Truck Trailers —76 TV - Radio - Stereo 27 Wanted to Buy - Misc 35 Wanted to Rent -88 Notices - Other— i THE John' Mosser Public Library 106 W. Meek St., Abingdon, Uli. nois is accepting bids for redeo orating the main-floor and entry way. Bids will be submitted by June 18th. All work must be done between July 2 and August 4 ON AND after this date, June. 6, 1973, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any otlv er than myself. Carole Sobotta 1061 Chamberlain Ave. Business Service—7 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 /or one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or Honey Do special projects. Call low bidder Bill. 3421134. 24 years of experience. Moving * Storage—8 Help Wanted * Male-ll . . >» ,. BARBER wanted, Magm) her Stylist Shop, 4(f S 342-2816 or 343-5374. 8n Bar* Prairie. PART^Tlme expcrlencelFrnMhanle. work on small engines, mlnl- bikes, golf cars, bicycles. Phone 343-0954. STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 Child Carc-10 BABYSITTING wanted in my home. Will consider retarded children. Phone 343-2672. 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, 375-6906. OUR business is very good — We now need permanent men for our appliance service and sales department. Top pay — plan Includes bonus and high percentage, No previous experience needed, car helpful. Phohe 3432106. An equal opportunity cm- ployer. CONSTRUCTION CAREER Immediate openings for 2 management positions.. Rapidly ? rowing residential construe- lon company will train aggressive men with college 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. NEED A BABYSITTER THIS SUMMER? Visit the Story Book Child Care Center, 369 N. Kellogg. Hours 6:30 to 6:00 Monday thru Friday. Closed Saturdays. 342-3060. Help Wanted - Male-11 SECURITY OFFICERS Full and part time openings available. Permanent work for persons with clean police records and good employment backgrounds. Apply In person to Mr. Lyle Cole at TraveLodge, Galesburg, 111., Thursday, May 7 between 12' noon and 8 P.M. PARTS Man needed. Must be able to take car parts off efficiently. Apply in person. Galesburg Iron & Metal. VARIETY OF POSITIONS (partial listing) PolluUon Engr.—Devices $17,000 Safety Engr.—O.SOI.A. $13,000 IE—Area Co. Fee Paid §13,000 Tool Designer—Head Dept. „f 11,000 Draftsman—Mech'l. design ..$11,000 Diesel Mech.—No tools req.-f 9,100 Warehouse Supervisor $ 9,000 Lathe Oper.—Local Firm $ 8,500 Tool & Die. Maker—Days ....§ 8,500 Survey Tech.—Engr. firm —.$ 8,000 Maint. Man—Plant dept. ... $ 7,800 Parts Mgr.—Farm Equip. —$ 7,300 Foreman Trainee—No exp.l. $ 7,000 Dept. Trainee—Stock & Inv. $ 6,760 Custodian—Local Daytime ..$ 5,000 Call Bob TUton, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel GrRL for general offlce„work, preferably over 30 years of i age. Apply in person, Quint's .Tire Serv- lce, 642 E. Main, Galesbwrg. EXPERIENCED second cook wanted. 2 P.M. to 10 P.M. Group insurance available. Soangetaha Country Club. Call for appointment. 342-6104. Notices - Special - Personal—5 LOSE weight with New Shape Tab lets and Hydrex Water Pills, Hawthorne Drug. DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do something about it? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-2179, 24 hours. Confidential. Lost and Found—6 CHECKBOOK with Clinton, Ul. address lost In vicinity of Galesburg Clinic or Research Hospital. Ph. 342-4141, ext. 42 or 734-7264 Mon mouth. TOOL box lost on South Academy, Main or Prairie Sts. Monday at ternoon. Reward. CaU 342-1407. Business Service—7 REPAIR and Remodeling contrac tor. Siding, carpentry, cement work, tucking, basement water proofing, roofing, guttering, painting. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Albert Briggs, 3421941, 342-3426. KNOX Summer painting service, professional experience, low prices. For free estimate call 343 0112. ROOFING Roofs, new and repairs, exterior painting, chimneys, foundations. Free estimates. G. A. Simpson, 343-0437. B & R CARPET Service — Installation (new and used), Restretch- ing, Repairs (cigarette burns seams, reweaving). Reasonable rates. Call 342-4650. ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2567 ROOFING and chimney repair. All work guaranteed and insured. 20 years experience. 342-0247. HANDYMAN No job too small. Free estimates, Phone 343-0206. 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. LAWN BUILDING Steve Wilson. Call 343-3946 EXCAVATING Basements, Trenching, Septic Systems. Free Estimates. 3428482. Seed ing & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 LAHGE 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 for Mr. Carlson. BOYS WANTED for summer work, Now taking applications. Must be 16 or over. MCDONALD'S AMBITIOUS PRINTER For new offset shop. 1 GOOD man. IMMEDIATE. Small shop has locked In weekly publication 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 in ownership. ONLY investment — yourself! Don't waste it — SERIOUS QUALIFIED ONLY pleuel (All replies strlcUy confidential) 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 golpg to Interview at the Holiday Inn, Wednesday evening between 6 & 8 P.M. Ask for Jim Harscher, P.S. If your answers are no, I'll be expecting a call from you. . PLANT MAINTENANCE MAN With experience in hydraulics, electrical and welding for plastic injection molding plant. Apply In person at the personnel office, H. O. Canfleld Co., Inc., Llnwood Rd„ Galesburg, 111. CRANE OPERATORS NEEDED Piedmont Crane Services can help put you in the drivers seat for a high paying position as a Certified Crane Operatdr. 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. Help Wanted - Female—12 Could You Be a "Leiter Lady" Do you love beautiful fabrics, have fashion know-how, like people? Turn your talents into a challenging part-time business. Contact: Gloria D. Kemp, Area Manager Leiter's Designer Fabrics, 500 North St.,' Burlington, Iowa 52601. WANTED FULL TIME SALES GAL Apply to ' . n Adelaide Windisch at GER WIG'S 238 E. Main St." Galesburg, 111.. SECRETARY — Type "Confidential records for doctors. Congenial group, modern office and new typewriters. $425, benefits. Call Lynn Breeze, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. 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. ASST. Manager — Be right hand to this busy Insurance executive in general agency. $525, benefits. Call Lynn Breeze, 342rlll2, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. WAITRESSES wanted, nights, full time and part time. Must be 21. Call 343-6313 for appolhtrnent. CASHIER-Receptionist— Greet and take customers payments. Lots of variety and future. $320 and benefits. Call Lynn Breeze, 3421112, Wittle, Pryor &,Smith Personnel. LADY WANTED to care <for elderly gentleman, live in. Write Box 889, care Galesburg Register-Mail. 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-Mail. 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 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. AMAZING What a Want Ad Will Do CALL 343-7181 WANTED — Forkllft 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 Distributors, Inc., 343 S. Kellogg St. WANTED — Year around farm employee on grain and beef cow operation. Phone 342-7768. John C. Wallace. College Graduate OR INDIVIDUAL WITH HEAVY MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE JEWEL TEA COMPANY A Urge conglomerate of companies now exceeding $2 billion In sales is interested In training and developing leaders. Business or liberal arts back- f iround required wtUi interest n sales management, auditing, personnel and related fields. Men chosen will have opportunity to train locally wIUi guaranteed salary and progress to management level witfcln 6 months to 1 year. Company provides package Including hospitalization, life insurance, p.ild vacations, disability pay, profit sharing retirement and much more. Salary based upon experience, education and needs. For Confidential Interview call Mr. Beatty, 342-2151, Thursday, June 7, from 6 P.M. to it P.M. 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. 815-859-3365 or_ 815-659-3306 for interview. _ WOMAN Over 30 with knowledge of sewing, part time. Anply In person, Fabs. 1055 N. Henderson. KITCHEN position. Apply In person. Hilller's Restaurant, Henderson & Main. CONCESSION girls wanted. Must be 16 or over. Apply (h person after 8 P.M. Galesburg Drive-in Theatre. ATTRACTIVE ladles with nice figures and personalities wanted for sales 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. GRAND VIEW RESTAURANT Night Waitress, 3 nights a week. Must be 16. Apply in person. KITCHEN HELP — Part time find 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 . . . clurlne hours you choose. Sell AVON and have fun wjille vnu earn right In your own neighborhood. Call 342-1622, fit write Avon ManaHer. P.O. Box 1385, Galesburg, 111. 61401. Help Wanted - Male, Female-13 IMMEDIATE opening for Bookkeeper and General Office work. Some typing necessary. Must be reliable. Please reply In writing to Galesburg Concrete Materl«!s Co.. P.O. Box 830. Galesburg, III. ^JiHOl; DEPARTMENT STORE Challenging career for management oriented people who have had Department Store merchandising and/ or management experience. If you liave been a Department Manager, Assistant Buyer, Buyer. Asst. Stom Manager, Store Manager, and are willing to locate In the Davenport area, we would like to vlkit with you. Our expansion In the Quad- Cltles area offers exceptional op poriunlties for growth. Mail resume ul personal data, work cxpeilem<;, and reference;* to: W. H. WEBB Petersen li.irned von Maur Davenport. Iowa fiitflpl (Continued on Page 32) i

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