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Yablonski Trial Prosecution Rests ERIE, Pa. (tIPI) - The prosecution rested its case Friday against murder defendant Albert Pass in what could mark the end of a three-year investigation into the 1M9 slayings of Joseph "Jock" Yablonski, his wife and daughter. Special Prosecutor Richard Sprague concluded his case after calling 39 witnesses, including two former United Mine Workers officials who testified that Pass masterminded the slayings. Defense attorney Harold Gondelman, who opens his case Monday, said the trial could go to the jury as early as Wednesday. In his opening remarks, Sprague told the jury "it doesn't stop here." "We are close with Pass," Sprague said, "but we're not at the beginning." However, no new information was revealed during the four days of testimony that directly links any other persons to the slayings. Pass, 53, former financial secretary of UMW District 19, which covers the Kentucky- Tennessee coal fields, is the last of seven suspects to be prosecuted in the case. He faces three counts of murder. Six other suspects faave either confessed or have been con victed. The prosecution's key witness was William J. Prater, former UMW organizer who was convicted last March for his part in the slayings. iPratei* testified that Pass, a close friend and unioft colleague for nearly two decades, told him to hire gunmen for the assassination in order to prevent Yablonski from becom ing president of the union. "Pass told .me something had to be done about Jock Yablonski," Prater said. "He had to be knocked off." The slayings occurred three weeks after Yablonski lost a union presidential election to W. A. "Tony" Boyle. Prater was sentenced to life imprisonment last Tuesday after he pleaded guilty to federal charges in the case. He still awaits sentencing on state murder charges. Vesco Extradition Is Foiled Again SAN JOSE, Costa Rica (UPI) — Fugitive financier Robert Vesco won another round Friday in his fight against extradition when a judge threw out a renewed application by U.S. Ambassador Virqn Vaky • far his arrest. Vesco, a wealthy New Jersey businessman, has been indicted on at least two occasions on charges isitemirninig from contributions to President Nixon's reelection campaign fund. His whereabouts' have been unknown for nearly two' weeks. The first indictment stemmed from an investigation related to the Watergate affair. Besides Vesco, the indictment named former, Attorney General John N. Mitchell and former Commerce Secretary Maurice Stans on charges of obstruction • of justice and conspiracy to defraud the government. Vaky lodged his original application for Vesco's extradition last week and asked at the time for a formal arrest order against Vesco. Judge Atilio Vincenzi of the First Penal Court took the extradition request under advisement but turned down the arrest request. Vaky renewed the arrest appeal Thursday. Vincenzi denied it again Friday but has yet to rule on the extradition request. Vesco, meanwhile, left Costa Rica for the Bahamas June 3 aboard one of his private planes. He has' not been seen since. Despite Vesco's disappear ance, Vaky made the arrest request Thursday apparently to ensure that the financier be subject to immediate arrest should he ever return to Costa Rica. The extradition attempt is based on a . cable Vesco allegedly sent from the Bahamas in April of 1972 ordering the release of $250,000 of International Controls Corp. (ICC) funds in New York to his own account. ICC ig subsidiary of Vesco's mutual fund empire,. Investors Overseas Services, Ltd. It was charged that funds were misappropriated and eventually used by Vesco for a total $250,000 contribution to the Nixon campaign, $200,000 in cash. Last Monday, Vincenzi asked Vaky to supply him with more precise details on the offenses with which Vesco is charged. That information has not been forthcoming and Vincenzi has said that until it does, there will be no extradition proceed ings. Court Rules Unborn Children Eligible for State Welfare Aid CHICAGO (UPI) - A federal judge ruled Friday that the Illinois Department of Public Aid cannot deny aid to unborn children. U.S. District Court Judge Richard B. Austin Friday ruled that women who have been pregnant anytime from Dec. 20, 1971, to the present may be eligible for retroactive payments for their unborn children. Austin's final rulimg followed a temporary injunction in Ma« which prohibited the state from denying aid to unborn children. The injunction expanded a ruling Austin made last January in favor of one recipient to; all women on state welfare. The original suit was filed by the Chicago Legal Aid Society on behalf of Sylvia Wilson. Between the time of the orig inal suit and the preliminary injunction, a U.S. District Court in Atlanta, Ga,. ruled that the unborn child was not eligible The case is pending in the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Austin ordered the state to inform women of the new ruling. The judge denied a stay and the ruling was ordered effective immediately. Ervin Tells News Conference No Need to Call President CHICAGO (UPI) - Sen. Sam J. Ervin, D-N.C, chairman of the Senate committee investigating Watergate, says there is no need at the present to call President Nixon before the committee. He said he preferred not to take suoh drastic a step. Ervin, here to address the Illinois State Bar Association, told a news conference the committee has no evidence whatsoever that Nixon was involved in the planning or the concealment of the Watergate affair. Asked what kind of evidence it would take to move the committee to summon Nixon, Ervin replied, "I have no prophetic powers. "I hope we find that Nixon was not involved," the senator said. Ervin said that it was evident from what Jeb Stuart Ma'gruder told the committee about the power structure in the White House that toe President could have been ignorant about what was going on in the Watergate. Ervin viewed the whole affair as one great tragedy. "It is a tragedy," he said, "to see young men with the opportunities of life of Magruder and Bart Porter to succumb to temptation and do what they did." In his address before the bar association, Ervin called for a clarification of the uses of executive privilege. CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of MARION E. GRIGGS, Deceased. No. 73-P-138. NOTICE Is given of the death of MARION E. GRIGGS. Letters of office were issued on May 29, 1973, to John Clay, 426 North Academy Street, Gales burg, Illinois 61401 as Executor whose attorneys are Nelson, Gustafson St Blake, 301-4 Hill Arcade Building, Galesburg, Illinois 61401. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to said attorneys. Dated May 29, 1973. EDWARD F. WELCH Clerk Pro Tern of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois 6/2-9-16; 3T County, Illinois, in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of MARY J. MATTOCKS, Deceased. No. 73-P-140. NOTICE is given of the death of MARY J. MATTOCKS. Letters of office were issued on June 5, 1973, to Julia M. Ingram (now Julia Mattocks, 176 Duffield Avenue, Galesburg, Illinois 61401 and Helen M. Baratta, R.R. 1, Monmouth, Illinois 61462, as Administrators with the Will Annexed, whose attorneys are McLaughlin & Hattery, 304 Bank of Galesburg Building, Galesburg, Illinois 61401. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court,' Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Administrators with the Will Annexed and to said attorneys. Dated June 5, 1973. EDWARD F. WELCH Clerk Pro Tern of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois 6/9-16-23; 3T CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court For The Ninth Judicial' Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM JOHNSON, M.D., Deceased. No. 73-P-132. NOTICE is given of the death of WILLIAM JOHNSON, M.D. Letters of office were issued on June 4,1973, to Marian L. Johnson, Rural Route 2, Galesburg, Illinois 61401 as Executor, whose attorneys are Barash & Stoerzbach, 121 South Cherry Street, Galesburg, Illinois 61401. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office arid any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Ex-, ecutor and to said attorneys. Dated June 4, 1973. EDWARD F. WELCH Clerk Pro Tern of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois 6/9-16-23; 3T CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of BURTON LEROY STAATS, Deceased. No. 73-P-lll. ' NOTICE is given of the death of BURTON LEROY STAATS. Letters of office were issued on May 29, 1973, to Margaret Slaats, 348 South Pearl Street, Galesburg, Illinois 61401 as Administrator whose attorney is Donald L. Stoffel, 309 Hill Arcade, Galesburg, Illinois 61401. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Administrator and to said attorney. Dated May 29, 1973. EDWARD F. WELCH Clerk Pro Tern of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois 6/2-9-16; 3T CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for The Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of JOSEPHINE COURSON, Deceased. No. 73-P-127. NOTICE is given of the death of JOSEPHINE COURSON. Letters of office were issued on June 1, 1973, to Joyce Froman, P.O. Box 74, Summum, Illinois 61566 as Executor, whose attorney is Charles A. Wesner, 108 North Main Street, Abingdon, Illinois 61410. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barfed as to the estate which is inventoried within that period Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Gales burg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to said attorney. Dated June 1, 1973. EDWARD F. WELCH Clerk Pro Tern of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois 6/9-16-23; 3T ters of office were issued on June 8/ 1973, to Gloria McKle, 98? £)ayton Court, Galesburg, Illinois 61401, as Executor, whose attorneys are Lucas, Brown k McDonald, 214 Weinberg Arcade, P.O. Box 1325, Galesburg, Illinois 61401. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to said attorneys. Dated June 8, 1973. EDWARD F. WELCH Clerk Pro Tern of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois 6/9-16-23; 3T CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for The Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of CATHERINE J. FREDSTROM, Deceased. No. 73-P-110. NOTICE is given of the death of CATHERINE J. FREDSTROM. Letters of office were issued on June 7, 1973, to Robert C. 'Stoerzbach, 121 South Cherry Street, Galesburg, Illinois 61401, as Executor, whose attorneys are Barash & Stoerz­ bach, 121 South Cherry Street, Galesburg, Illinois 61401. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which Is inventoried within that period Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this. Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to said attorneys. Dated June 7, 1973. EDWARD F. WELCH Clerk Pro Tern of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois 6/9-16-23; 3T CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for The Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of EDWARD W. YOUNGBERG, Deceased. No. 73-P-145. NOTICE is given of the death of EDWARD W. YOUNGBERG. Letters of office were issued on June 6, 1973, to Donald Melvin, Ellisville, Illinois 61431 and Ray C. Melvin, Ellisville, Illinois 61431 as Administrators, whose attorneys are Proctor & Wilhelm, 190 North Adams, Lewistown, Illinois 61542. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Administrators and to said attorneys. Dated June 6, 1973. EDWARD F. WELCH Clerk Pro Tern of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois 6/9-16-23; 3T CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for The Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of LYDIA E. YOUNGBERG, De ceased. No, 73-P-146. NOTICE is given of the death of LYDIA E. YOUNGBERG. Letters of office were issued on June 6, 1973, to Donald Melvin, Ellisville, Illinois 61431 and Ray C. Melvin, Ellisville, Illinois 61431 as Administrators, whose attorneys are Proctor & Wilhelm, 190 North Adams, Lewistown, Illinois 61542. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Administrators and to said attorneys. Dated June 6, 1973. EDWARD F. WELCH Clerk Pro Tern of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois */M6~23; 3T CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for The Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of CARL L. GRANAT, Deceas ed. No. 73-P-153. NOTICE is given of the death of CARL L. GRANAT. Letters of office were issued on June 14, 1973, to Alice P. Granat, West Lake Storey Trailer Court, Galesburg, Illinois 61401 as Ad minstrator, whose attorneys are Barash & Stoerzbach, 121 South Cherry Street, Galesburg, Illinois 61401. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Administrator and to said attorneys. Dated June 14, 1973. EDWARD F. WELCH Clerk Pro Tern of the Circuit Court , Knox County, Illinois 6/16-23-30; 3T CLAIM NOTICE In The Circuit Court for The Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, in Probate! In the Matter of the Estate of EARL J. ERICSON, Deceased No. 73-P-150. NOTICE is given of the death of EARL J. ERICSON. Letters of office were issued on June 13, 1973, to The Farmers and Mechanics Bank, a banking corporation, 21 East Main Street Galesburg, Illinois 61401 as Executor, whose attorneys are Lucas, Brown & McDonald, 214 Weinberg Arcade, P.O. Box 1325, Galesburg, Illinois 61401 Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Ex ecutor and to said attorneys. Dated June 13, 1973. EDWARD F. WELCH Clerk Pro Tern of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois 6/16-23-30 ; 3T IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS, NORTHERN DIVISION. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, v. CHARLES W. VARNELL, HELEN M. VAR NELL. CAM L. CRAVENS, JR., JUDITH M. CRAVENS, BLANCHE H. BENJAMIN, REX D. JOHNSON, COUNTY TREASURER OF KNOX COUNTY, ILLINOIS, LAURA STATE BANK OF WILLIAMSFIELD, and UNKNOWN OWNERS Defendants. Civil No. P-CIv-73-42. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION. Notice is hereby given that on May 25, 1973, the Plaintiff in the above- styled cause filed its Complaint in this Court to foreclose a mortgage on ttie following described real es tate, lying and being within the County of Knox, State of Illinois, namely: "Lots Numbered Twenty- five (25) and Twenty-six (26) in Baird'a Subdivision to the North east Ten (10) Acres of the George W. Elliott Addition to the Village of Willlamsfield, Knox County, Illinois." and you CHARLES W. VARNELL, HELEN M. VARNELL, CAM L. CRAVENS, JR., JUDITH M. CRAVENS and UNKNOWN OWNERS are and each of you is hereby notified that on the 13th day of June, 1973, an Order was entered in this cause by the Honorable Robert D. Morgan, Judge of (his Court, ordering that each and every one of you shall appear in this cause and plead to the Com plaint heretofore filed herein on or before August 1, 1973, and in de fault thereof, the Court will proceed to a hearinR and adjudication of this cause before the Court, in *he same manner as if each of you had been served with process wi*h- In the State of Illinois. DATED: Tliis 13«h day of June, 1973. /&' WILLIAM J. LITTELL. WILLIAM T. LITTffL, Clerk United States nistrict Court. Southern District, of Illinois. DONAD B. MACKAY, United States Attorney. MAX J. LIPKIN, Assistant. United States At- tnrnev, Post Office Box 209, Peoria, Illinois filBfll. Attorneys for Plaintiff, UNITED STATES OF AMffRI- r *A. A Trim Conv. Attets: William T. Llttell, Clfrk U.S. DMrjr-t Court, Southern Dist. of 111. DATE: 6-13'73. (SEAL). 6/16-23-30; 7/8-14-21.: 6T CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for The Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of MAE ANNA RATHBUN, Deceased. No. 73-P-144. NOTICE is given of the death of MAE ANNA RATHBUN. Let- NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed proposals will be received in the office of the Knox County Superintendent of Highways until 10:00 o'clock A.M.. June 29, 1973, for furnishing materials for maintenance and construction of Ontario and Walnut Grove Road Districts and Knox Countv as follows: Liciuid Asphalt, MC-30, MC-3000, SC-70, Oaleiburg, 111. Classified Advertising Dial 3434181 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 8 & H. CARPET SefVlj* ~ tftsttl- • " ••'[ (new " ' Repairs latioh (new and used), fte.«{reich g, Repairs (el#afett seams, rewfiavin in e b h f n *, Reasjifiabie Words 7-day8 4-days 1-day 1-20 I 5.21 3.78 | 1.60 21-25 I 6.13 I 4.20 | 1.68 26-30 t 6.76 I 4.49 | 1.82 31-35 I 7.84 | 5.24 | 2.13 (clgare virttf). fates. Call 342-4650. . , "rAwowLmpj" SteveWilson. Call JW : 3iWB Seed i rid & Sotld (Via E. J. MARTIN - 342-d82l TYPEWRITER and repair. 167 34I -66O3. F*fbejpjcftupi SERVICE, I Bpeehef Galesburg Reajster«Moil, Galesburg, ill. Mu ?^dm2hJM?jJ$ SC-250, SS-1, 236,716 gallons;! ^J ^L^. fl*-****. 11 *11 1 flttflfoM'SWVte**!.- Aggregate PA-1, CA-6, CA-14, CA-15, CA-16, 36,243 tons, and at that time publicly opened and read. Proposals shall be submitted on form furnished by the County which may be obtained at the office of the Superintendent of Highways, Knoxville, Illinois, and shall be enclosed in an envelope with the proper endorse mcnt. The right is reserved to reject any and all proposals and to waive technicalities. Proposal guarantee in the amount of not less than 10% of the bid, or as provided in Article 102.09 of the Standard Specifications f o r Road and Bridge Construction, will be required. A surety bond for the full amount of the award will not be required. June 13, 1973. By Order of Knox County Board Jack A. Witt County Superintendent of Highways. 6/16; IT Card of Thanks, In Memoriam. Lodge Notices, Other Notices, 1 inch or less—$2.75. CASH RATE—Applies when ad is paid within 8 days from date of last insertion. Card of Thanks—1 HUDDLESON — We wish to thank the nurses of 3rd floor Cottage Hospital, Drs. Reed & Orowell for their excellent care of our loved one. Special thanks, too, to Rev. Robert McDonald, Mrs. Preston Horst and friends for their calls and interest. The Family of Edltha Huddleson DYKE'S defining Ave. _ _ CARP 'S"? CLEANINOT Differ actually extracted, hot Just surface cleaned with clean,? clear soft wafef steam. No long drying period. Ron'* Steamlin«¥V342- 4232. i WEED MOWlNS" E. J. MARTIN - 342-dS2i ^R 4 CITYWIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL We furnish metal container* for apts., business offices, sjores and factories. 1 cubic yardrthnt 50 cubic yard sizes. We sfent flatbed trucks or container! for one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or Honey Do special projects. Call low bidder Bill,;3421134. 24 years of experience. Moving < Storage-rf Storms Cause Flash Floods Through South By United Press International Thunderstorms caused flash flooding in South Carolina and Texas today, but fair weather prevailed over most of the nation. Columbia, S.C., received two and a half inches of rain in six hours, and nearly an inch fell near Macon, Ga., and Greensboro, N.C. Low lying areas of Snyder, Tex., were under water today and isolated heavy thundershowers were still developing in the west-central part of the state. Major flooding also continued on Several streams in the middle and upper Texas coastal plain. Thunderstorms continued to' day in the upper Mississippi Valley and were scattered through the central Plains and Great Lakes region. Showers were scattered through New England and the Pacific Northwest. Tornadoes were sighted Friday evening near Casselton, N.D., Frederick, S.D., and Ulen, Minn. Cool air kept its grip on the North Atlantic Coast states and spread from the Pacific across the Rockies and northern Plains. But warm, humid weather continued from the Mississippi Valley to the southern plains and the Middle and South Atlantic Coast states. Temperatures early today ranged from 37 degrees at Butte, Mont., to 82 degrees at Needles, Calif., and St. Joseph, Mo. HUDDLESON, Edltha — I wish to extend my sincere thanks and appreciation to my friends and relatives for the expressions of sympathy and acts of kindness to me at the time of the death of my sister. To the Henderson Church for their prayers and gift. Thank you, all. Mrs. Harvey D. (Dorcas) Smith In Memoriam—2 RICKUS, John — In loving memory of my husband who passed away five years ago today, June 16, 1068. Just a thought of sweet remembranoe, Just a memory sad and true, Just the love and sweet devotion, Of one who thinks of you. Wife, Sue Council - (Continued From Page 2) port Zoning Administration for a 3-year term. — One member to the Board of Fire and Police Commissioners for a 3-year term. — Two members to the Board of Zoning Appeals for 5-year terms. — Eight members to the Citizens Advisory Committee for 3-year terms. — Four members for 3-year terms and a member to fill vacancy for the Over-all Code Review Committee. — ONE MEMBER for a 2- year term to the Electrical Licensing Board. — Three members for 3- year terms to the Human Relations Commission. — Three members for 3- year terms to the City Plan Commission. The council is also set to receive a report on finances from Galesburg Transit, Inc., the local bus company. The company received a subsidy from the city earlier this year. Resolutions to be considered include approving an improved planning grant from the Federal Aviation Administration. City officials were notified of the grant earlier this week. At this point they are uncertain what it entails. OTHER resolutions are for improvements to several city streets with motor fuel tax funds. Another would authorize the mayor and city clerk to sign a highway permit for a water main under U.S. 150. The council also will reconsider bids for heater-planer and overlay work on West Main Street from Columbus Avenue to Olive Street, and on LGsey Street from Monroe to Seminary streets. Other bids will be considered on a 3-wlieel vehicle for the parking division, for the sale of buildings at 161 and 179 S. Arthur Ave. and for 1973 street maintenance. SHINER, Joseph T. — In loving memory of my husband who passed away 3 years ago today, June 16, 1970. Remembering still—I always will. Kate Notices - Special - Personal—5 INVENTIONS/IDEAS WANTED IMPERIAL — 2250 E. Devon, Des Plalnes, 111. 60018, or Call Mr. Bell collect: 312-397-1750. LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast with X-ll Diet Plan. $3.00. Reduce Excess Fluids with X-Pel $3.00. Money Back Guarantee at Osco Drug. DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do something about It? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-2179, 24 hours. Confidential. Business Service—7 HOUSE Painting. Experienced. Exterior and interior. Free estimates. Call after 5 P.M., 343-6688 DRAPERIES — Custom made. Will reline and alter In any way. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Mary Fair, 714 Mulberry, 342-1508. PAINTING — Interior and Exterior. Yard work — major and minor, odd jobs. Reasonable rates. Call Greg,-342-6277, before 3 P.M. HOUSE Painting, interior and exterior. Barns and buildings. For free estimates call 342-3996 any time. TYPEWRITER REPAIRS Cash & Carry C. J. Stoltle — 343-5651 ROOFING Roofs, new and repairs, exterior painting, chimneys, foundations. Free estimates. G. A. Simpson, 343-0437. ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2567 ROOFING and chimney repair. All work guaranteed and insured. 20 years experience. 342-0247. SHOP WHERE THE BARGAINS ARE THE CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL 343-7181 STORAGE SPA& AVAILABLE NOW!; Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9" Child Carc -10 BABYSITTER wanted In East Losey St. area to watch 15 mo. old child from 3:30 P.M. - l:30jA.M. Phone 342-2529 before 3:00 g.M. STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER* 369 N. Kellogg ' Hours: 6:30 to 6:00 4 Air Conditioned ' 342-3060 Help Wanted - Male-il SALES: Institutional food products to distributor and user. Company car, $12,000 plus bonus. Fee", Paid. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personne 1. PART Time Delivery man ribeded. Must have car. Guaranteed'wage, 50c each delivery. MARTlE'S, 57 S. Cherry. I WANTED, young men to train in theatre management. Apply in person after 7:30 P.M. at the Orpheum Theatre. ' WE NEED two young, neat appearing, people for direct sales. Must have car and be dependable. Home every night. Full Or part time. No experience necessary, we will train. Apply in Aerson, 647 W. Losey, Galesburg? Monday, June 18 or Tuesday! June 19 between 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. or call for app't. and interview, 3432133. « 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. Phone 3432106. An equal opportunity employer. CRANE OPERATORS NEEDED Piedmont Crane Services can help put you in the drivers seat for a high paying position •« 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-2pIn- dlanapolis, Ind. 46205. SELECT POSITIONS' 1 " ' . (partial listing) -.m Plant Engr.—Estimate $15,000 Safety Engr.—O.S.H.A. —_. $13,000 Tool Design—Fee Paid $10,400 Draftsman—Nat'l. Firm! $10,200 Diesel Mech.—Nice Boss! $9,100 Foreman—Warehouse J^.'J$0,OOO Tool & Die—Day Shift $8,500 Machinest—Millwright — .JJ1 «8,500 TV Tech,—Bench & Field $8,000 Appliance Rep.—Local! ;$.7,800 Parts Man—Farm Supply .'_„'$7,020 Auto.Mech.—Good Basics .,,$6,240 Custodian—Industrial $5,000 Call Bob Tilton, 342-11121" Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel AT ONCE. Experienced auto body repairmen, auto body painters. Peoria Auto Body Repair 1 < Co. Morton Auto Body (Division of PAB). Call coUect 309-674-5159, ask for Mr. Owens. ,mm COUNTER SALES — Local-distributor will train high school-graduate. Good opportunity. $5!200 up. Merit increases. Call Jim Scattergood. 342-1112, WitUe, Prydr & Smith Personnel. , SALES: Industrial and commercial chemicals. Galesburg territory. Established accounts. $7,800- plus commissions, Company diaV, expenses. Call Jim Scattergood^ 3421112, WitUe, Pryor & SmJW Personnel. SERVICE Station Attendants 'Wanted, full time help. Group Insurance. Chance for advancement. Apply in person between 8, and 5 P.M. Wareco Service Station, Grand Ave. LOT boys wanted. Must be 16 or over. Apply in person at the Galesburg Drive-In Theatre after 7:30 P.M. nnn ' (Continued on Page 16) Help Wanted - Male—11 Help Wanted - Male—it UUJ- ARE YOU A LIFE INSURANCE AiCH TEM NT ? WITHOUT PROSPECTS? ' You wouldn't have that problem if you were a Special Representative with us, If You become a :: SPECIAL LIFE REPRESENTATIVE T YOU WILL RECEIVE $300 PER WEEK TO START Dynamic Company on the move has opening for JUI experienced Life Insurance Agent for Sales in this and surrounding areas, due to expansion. Leads furnished by our Company. :! THIS POSITION OFFERS: Our Compensation Plan is such that you should earn over $20,000 your first year. Continued Future Browth in Income Based on Past Sale*. No House to House Canvassing: Follow-up on Legitimate Leads. Excellent Opportunity for Adanveinent. , An unusual Plan that is simple to present and enroll. WE DESIRE: High School or College Background • Possess a Sales Personality t Preferable age between 'ii and 45 • Previous Life Insurance Experience Desirable • Have a Good Reputation and be of Good Character. Our Employes Know Of This Ad P.O. Box 40038 Indionapolii, Ind. 46240

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