Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 14, 1973 · Page 15
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Golesbur istef-Mail, Galesburg Thursday, June 14 Trailer Site Openin KOA Kmpgrmrnkt a 40-acre trailer caiffipsite located 2Vi mites east of Knoxville on U.S. 150, will 'be able to accommodate more than 75 trailers a day when it opens for business next month. Part of the national chain KOA Kampgrounds of America, the recreation area is owned by a corporation headed by Ronald, Pat, Mariam and Vic Dean, all of Laura. In addition to a store-which carries caimper supplies and groceries — the campsite area features a lounge, rest rooms, shower rooms, dump station and laundry service. Water and electric service is also provided for each trailer. When the campsite is finteh- ed, KOA Kampgrounds wiii have room for 75-100 trailers, Ronald Dean 'said. At the present time, 40 sites ere finished and ready for public use. KOA, which plans to build a swimming pool in the near future, originally fioiped to be open for business June 1. However, due to ' 4 technicalities" of the new Illinois recreational act, the Dean family has not received state approval to open. Designed more for overnight stays rather than lengthy vacations, KOA Kampgrounds should be in operation by early July, the Deans said. of Oil Hurt Balance of Continuation of the increasing need for imported oil might aggravate the U.S. balance of payments position to the extent that by J980 outflow would range from $5 billion to $10 billion, reports Finance Facts, a monthly newsletter published by the National Consumer Finance Assn. Referring to the 1973 International Economic Report of the President, Finance Pacts pointed to an increasing world-wide demand for energy to forecast that by J 980 one-half of U.S. oil requirements might be met through import. llfflESJ '»iiSiB*:i:^»«! The U.S. reached full o ayments cent of total production and 70 per cent of exports. Largely because of the oil situation, the Middle East and North African countries should continue to realize unprecedented balance - of - payment surpluses which could contribute to international monetary instability, warns Finance Facts. National Consumer Finance sources, approximately 40 per ^SCJlJ^ accounts for 45 per cent of total U.S. energy consumption. Until 1960, Venezuela was the world's leading oil exporter. Since then, however, Saudi Arabia and Iran have moved out in front. The Middle East and North Africa now account for about 70 per cent of the world's proved oil re- FATHER'S DAY \ "3^ • \Jl HIMIHIBIMIBIIII 1 KOA Kampgrounds cast of Knoxvillc on U. S. 150 pacity oil production in 1970, H PleaSfi Pop the D10$t With | i a perfect present from Truck Firm Promotes Three Men Business Main Street Women Make Up Majority Telephones Yarn Shop Qf Work Force in Banks Installed the NCFA publication said. The President's international economic report noted that consumption of hydrocarbon and nuclear energy had doubled about every 12 years since 1940, and that oil now LOSE WEIGHT OR MONEY BACK Odrinex can help you become the trim slim person you want to be. Odrinex is* a tiny tablet and oasiiy swallowed. Contains no dangerous drugs. No starving. No special exercise. Get rid or excess fat and live longer. Odrinex has been used successfully by thousands all over the country for 14 years. Odrinex Plan costs $3.25 and the large economy size $5.25. You must lose ugly fat or your money will be refund* ed. No questions asked. Sold with this guarantee by: Hawthorne Drug Store — 1$ E. Main. Mall Orders Filled. Adv. Three employes of BN New business telephones in- Transport Inc., 796 S. Pearl stalled by Intra State Tele- St., have been given promotions, Edward L. McCortmick, president of lithe firm, reported today. Charles L. Luetger has been promoted to vice presir dent of management services. A native-of Bunlington, Iowa, and a veteran of.27 years with the "company, Luetger will have direct management responsibility in the areas of systems, data processing, safety and personnel He will remain in the 'Galesburg general offices. Larry J. Sctowarz has been advanced to assistant vice president of traffic, with responsibility for traffic, pricing) and commerce. Schwarz is a Galesburg native and will remain here in his new position, McCormiick said. James H. Guliard, formerly general manager of BNT's western region, has been promoted to director of special projects. He will move to Galesburg from Seattle, Wash. phone Co; in May were: Evergreen Shelter Care, 1188 W. Main St., 343-3241; Galesburg Group Home, 1046 Grand Ave., 343-3815; Continental Baking Co., 275 N. Seminary St., 343-7316; Sanv bo's Restaurant, 1081 E. Main St., 343-0514; Bethany Baptist Church, 590 S, Academy St., 342-3132, 3nd Weinberg Mason* ry Construction, 50 Hackberry Circle, 342-1953. Other new listings include Wimley's Cafe, 871 W. Brooks St., 342-1420; Steak 'n' Shake Restaurant, 1060 N. Henderson St., 343-0844; Beltone Hearing Aid Service, 314 Bondi Building, 342-5166; Gerry Pontiac-CadiUac, Inc., 172 S. Prairie St., 342-1188; Stabler & Co., 210 Bond! Building, 342-5126; Home Financial Services Inc., 50 E. Main St., 343-6128, and Central Industries, ,83 S. Seminary St., 3422710. Has Opened Stanley WoKsie, owner of Wolfsie's Fabric Shop, 337 E. Main St., has opened a yarn shop in downtown Galesburg. ties account for 15.2 per cent. A survey of 560 urban-area commercial banks showed that females comprise 62.4 per cent of their work force and minori- Located at'332 E. Main St., the new business features a full line of yarn and art needleiwork. The shop has three full-time employes and one instructor, who will give lessons in all phases of knotting, crocheting and needlework. In coordinating the two shops, Wolfeie said he has added a Elna-White sewing machine center in the back of his fabric-shop. In addition, -the store also has a new line This compares with the national labor force percentages ' of 34.6 for females and 10.4 for minorities, according to the Labor Department's latest seasonally adjusted figures. The survey, conducted by the American Bankers Assn., was mailed to 996 banks in urban areas with deposits of $50 million or more. More than 560 banks responded to- the survey. The survey also revealed that women make up 17 per cent of the officials and mana- of drapery fabrics and asces- gers of thc responding bankSj sones. Wolfsie noted -that three of his employes attended a sewing machine school and are considered qualified demonstrators and service personnel; f Wolfsie. arid his wife, Beverly, opened the fabric shop 14 years ago. They employ 20 persons. and minorities represent 4.6 per cent. According to survey projections for 1978, the outlpok for women and minorities is even of the responding banks indicate they expect an increase over the next five years in female officers and managers. The survey, administered by the ABA's Urban and Community Affairs Committee, was also concerned with the sources of industry career- oriented recruitments. •i i The committee found that: r * r —Approximately nine per cent of, female college graduates entering banking were graduates of colleges for women. —Of .the black graduates recruited by banking, 43.7 per cent received their degrees from predominantly black colleges, •Nearly 70 per cent of all banks responding indicated a willingness to consider "lend" executives to serve as ing guest lecturers at minority •* Employes of Local Bank Join Forces _ 4 brighter. Almost 85 per cent- colleges and women's colleges. 1 1 * 4* Like many businesses in Galesburg, Farmers & Mechanics Bank wanted-to have a place where its employes could get together for coffee, ' 'rap" sessions and various bank meetings. When F&M officials finally found a place to hold these informal get-togethers, the bank employes thought they had it made — that is until they got a look at their new quarters. Then they realized they didn't even have it started. t Located beneath F&M's drive-in bank, the area set aside for -the employes resembled a dungeon more than a lounge. Larry Inman, cashier at the bank, said the basement room was "drab and •dreary." So the employes decided to do something about it. Lynnea Huddle sketched . drawings on th e walls and each department of the bank was assigned a certain area to paint. More *than 35 em­ ployes took part, Inman said. After the murals were painted, furniture was added, "The room turned out real" ly great," Inman said. "It gave the employes a chance to do something together; it was quite an experience." r p. X J • L I r L F • 4 •V- L J r T I to •M y >:••:; :, : r;; : V- • j • ;w.:*x s. * * . _•-.. *>, C-M^V- J ^ .v , Kv, . . M /' i Asm* WILLIAM PRAIICK of Tremont, 111. wins a case of his favorite oil for this beautiful 1923 "T"' Roadster. The hand built machine is driven daily by Bill. A 327 Chevy pumps out some 350HP aided by two 600 CFM Holleys mounted on a Weiand-Tunnel Ram,-a 350 off-the-road cam and LT-1 heads. To enter Car of the Month, bring in any size .photograph to your nearest Winners Circle store;. They will forward all photographs to our main office for judging. If necessary we will re-photograph your car if it is declared a winner. 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