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Monday, June 25, 1973
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Remote Controlled Coal Machine Mav Save Lives ' By RUDY CERNKOVIC UPI Business Writer PITTSBURGH (UPI) - First there Is the rumble . . . then the cry "roof fall" echoes through an underground mine. It's a familiar scene in the coal mining Industry. Roof falls and cave - Ins around mining machinery have killed or maimed thousands of miners. Jon Swoager decided to do something about the hazards. And he thinks no's come up with a life-saver, one that also will let the miners go after coal they wouldn't try to dig before Business Today 1 safe" for coal mine duty, The bureau checks all devices entering coal mines to make certain they will not throw off sparks that could touch off an underground explosion. Participating in *he project are Moog Control Inc., Controls Division, East Aurora, N.Y., land the Valley Camp Coal Co., Triadelphilfl, W.Va, Automation Equipment constructed the prototype mine roof bolting machines and allied mining equipment. Moog developed the control, and Valley Camp provided the funds afong with a mine roof bolting machine to serve as a test vehicle. Decline Ends Brief Gains In Market Galesburg Register-Mail, Gajesburg, fff, Monday, June 25, 1973 23 "The first idea was to get the miner away from an area of unsupported roofs," Swoager said. "We developed a machine that can be operated by remote control by a miner 40 feet away. We had to give the miner a chance to survive. And we had to develop a machine that would not infringe upon productivity." | The remote controlled machine is 18 feet long and 6 feet j wide. Each of the four wheels is powered toy a motor. "We have ia fancy name for that — powered articulate wheels," Swoagter said. Machine Begins Moving Swoager is president of Automation Equipment Inc., Imperial, Pa., 14 miles west of Pittsburgh. He also developed a hydraulic system and built a 1,200-foot chimney, believed the tallest in the world. With these credentials he felt he was qualified to try his hand at mining equipment. Jon called his brother, Jim, to operate titoo miaichine by remote control. Holding a compact control box in one hand, Jim manipulated several levers with his other hand. The conitrol box is powered by a battery needing only 1.5 volts. In seconds the machine began moving. "With the operator standing behind the machine," Jon Swoager said, "there's no chance oif his being pinned against the wall of. a mine, as has happened frequently in the past. The machine has instant maneuverability." Unit Declared Safe The U.S. Bureau of Mines said the control is the first such unit ever rated "intrinsically Mercantile Exchange CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange today: High Low Close Prcv. Live Beef Cattle Aug 47.70 47.50 47.67 47.45 Oct 47.90 47.40 47.85 47.30 Dec 48.15 47.55 48.15 47.50 Feb 48.40 47.55 48.30 47.40 Apr 47.95 47.17 47.92 47.10 Jun 47.90 47.25 47.90 47.10 Live Hogs Jly Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Jly 41.95 41.55 41.87 41.17 41.70 40.85 41.70 40.40 41.25 40.40 41.20 39.80 42.25 41.25 42.20 40.90 43.40 42.42 43.10 41.90 42.30 41.30 42.10 40.80 43.00 42.05 42.80 41.65 42.30 42.10 42.30 41.15 Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks lower in slow trading. Bonds mixed. U.S. government bonds lower in light trading. American stocks lower in slow trading. Cotton futures mostly higher. Chicago grain futures lower. Cattle steady to 25 higher, top 48.50. KEWANEE AUCTION REPORT Jun» 22, 1973 Rtcofpii CaUloCalvM Hogi Sheep Thla Week 23 11 71 10 Last Year fll 14 478 31 CATTLE: Receipts mainly feeder cattle. Demand good, FEEDER CATTLE: mixed Good nntl Choice 680-780 lb. (tteer* 45.0047.50. COWS AND BULLS: Commercial bulla 39.10-40.00. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand good. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 30-50 lb 22.50-37.50 : 50-flO lb. 27.28-32.80: nil sold by the head; bred guts 138.00 177.50 per head: replacement boars 53.00,145.00 per head, SHEEP: Some Choice B0 lb slaughter lambs 35.50. Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (UPI)-Wheat was substantially lower and corn and soybeans mixed at noon to day on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat 2.61 >/ 4 off 4% 2.60 off 5 3 /4 2.60% off 4% Corn 2.35% off 4V4 2.19% off 3 2.01% off Vs Soybeans 11.65 up 14 11.10 up 25 9.16 up 39 6.55V4 Off 9% Jly Sep Dec Jly Sep Dec Jly Aug Sep Nov Joliet Livestock JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 3,300; steers and heifers steady to 25 lower; high choice and prime steers 48.00-48.50; choice 46.75-48.00; good and choice 45.50-46.75; choice heifers 45.25-46.75; good and choice 44.75-45.25; no canner or cutter cows Hogs 800 ; 50-1.00 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 40.50-41.00, few 41.25; 40.50; 40.00. No 1-3 No 2-3 200-250 lb 250-280 lb 40.0039.00- Tuesday estimated receipts: 200 cattle, 700 hogs. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI)-Oheese: Processed loaf 70.25-80.50 single daisies 78-82; Swiss blocks 80-100 lb Grade A 8992.50, B 87-90.50. CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest eggs: Steady; prices unchanged; extra large 60; large 59; medium 55; pullets 47; standard 51; checks 42. Crash Kills Two STERLING, 111. (UPI) - David E. Fransen, 27, Morrison, and Vernell Johnson, 31, Sterling, were killed during the Weekend in a two-car collision on Illinois 88 about seven miles northwest of here. • NEW YORK (UPI) Renewed concern with Watergate comiblned with Wall Street's nervousness over the economy to send stocks Into a broad retreat in light trading on the New York Stock Exchange today. Shortly before noon, the Dow Jones industrial average had dropped 7.90 to 871.92 Declines led anvanccs 850 to 293, among 1,512 issues traded. Volume through noon totaled 5,600,000 shares, compared with more than 8,810,000 In the same time Friday. The decline came after a one day respite Friday when initial response to relaxation of government restriclioas on corporate dividend payments resulted in an early sharp spurt, tempered later. Analysts in recent days had said Wall Street has been particularly apprehensive over former White House counsel John Dean's Watergate testimony. The hearings resumed Monday after a week's interruption, with Dean expressing his belief Miat the Presiden was involved. Also plaguing the investment community are numerous questions of inflation, tight money, and corporate profits in the light of the 60-day price freeze. Southern Railway led the actives, unchanged at 32 '/4 on 90,500 shares. McDonald's Corp. was second, tumbling 3V2 to 52% on 76,300 shares, followed by S.S. Kresge which declined 1% to 31 Vi on 72,900 shares. Prices also lost on a broad front in slow trading on the American . Stock Exchange. Leading the 'actives, Loew's warrants fell % to 5 7 /s on turnover of 28,700. TWA warrants were second, gaining Va to 5 on 25,800, followed by McCulloch Oil which dropped % to 5 7 / B on 22,700 shares. Big Board Glamor issues took a beating. Walt Disney skidded 6%, Upjohn 4%, Avon Products 3'/2, Xerox, 3, and Polaroid (ex dividend) 2%.. Oils weakened. Superior dropped iVa, Halliburton 2%, Getty 1%, and Atlantic Richfield VA. Today's Record Thefts MONMOUTH - John Van- Klrk, 216 W. [Broadway, reported (JO police Sunday at 1-M p.m. that his house had hcen ransacked and $4 itaken from a piggy frank, tie saild the vandalism and theft occurred between 1:20-1.: 45 p.m. Vandalism MONMOUTH - Mike Brant, Oquawfca, reported ito police Sunday Hit 2:35 a.m. itfet vandals caused an undetermined 'amount of damage to his oar shortly before tone time of the report He said that an air cleaner was removed, plugs and wiring torn out and a door scratched while dhe car was parked at 1309 E. Broadway. Traffic Court Two persons were each fined $10 Saturday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court. Fined were John M. Healey, 22, 1557 S. Seminary St., speeding, and John F. Dickeraon, 27, 1714 Harrison St,, driving with defective brakes. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Geral L. Mathews, Glteon, a boy Sunday at 2 p.m. Mr. and Mrs, Terry Campbell, Box 618, Galesburg, a boy today at 3:33 a.m. Fire Calls Galesburg firefighters -were called to Kimbcrly Terrace .Saturday shortly after 5 p.m. when an electrical circuit in a trailer there short circuited. Loss was termed "very light" by firemen. Firemen investigated a rubbish fire Saturday about 8 p.m. in the 1300 block of Campbell Avenue. No loss was reported. Firemen traveled to 831 E. Brooks St. Saturday at 9:21 p.m. where a fire was reported. The alarm was false, fire department officials said. HOSPITAL NOTES to % OFF SUPER SUMMER SPORTSWEAR FOR GIRLS 4 to 14 Everything a girl wants for hot -weather wear. . . shorts, scooters, tennis dresses, tops and jeans! In a marvelous selection of easy-wear, easy-care cotton, polyester/ cotton blends, seersuckers,'knits, denims. A rainbow of colors in solids, prints and patterns. EXTRA PRE-4th SPECIAL! % off up to INFANT and TODDLER DRESSES and PLAYWEAR life Gas Company May Provide Coal Heating GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (UPI)—A Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. spokesman said here Sunday that in six or seven years the firm's million plus customers may be getting through part of the winter by heating with coal to cope with possible gas shortages. But the coal won't be delivered in lumps. It will come to customers' furnaces through the same pipes that now deliver natural gas. The company spokesman, Noel F. Mermer, vice president and chief engineer for the American Natural Gas System, parent company of Michigan Consolidated Gas Co, and its affiliate, Michigan Wisconsin Pipeline Co., is in charge of the (massive project to produce gas from coal in North Dakota. Michigan Wisconsin controls over three billions tons of coal in that state He said the Detroit based system plans to spend $1.5 million during 1973 for studies to determine the technical, economic and environmental fea sibility of the project. Legal Notice NOTICE TO BIDDERS The City of Galesburg, Illinois, hereby invites sealed bids for One (1) 1974 Model 'i-ton Window Van Truck and One (1) 1974 Model Compact Four-Door Sedan for the Water Division Cottage ADMISSIONS SATURDAYS Richard D. Varnold, 366 Ohio Ave. Mrs. Genevieve A. Maze, 1336 E. Main St. Mrs. Faith J. Keneipp, Wataga Mrs. Menerva M. Lamb, 1059 W. Berrien St. Mrs. Catherine R. Williams, 385 Phillips St. Raymond D. Oassady, 1555 E. Fifth St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Francis G. Masilko, .1431 N. West St. Hark D. Harden, Palatine Samuel D. Hopping, 61 N. West St. Vonda N. Crews, Abingdon Beth Ellen Wolfsie, 1208 Dayton Dr. Mrs. M. Maxine Moore, 1434 Willard St. Richard E. Carpenter, 961 Monroe St. Stephanie M. Medina, 640 W. South St. Mrs. Carte E. Larson, 241 Circle Dr. Mr?. Mary L. Williams, Galesburg Route 2 Kimberly K. Schrader, Abingdon Tracy A. Felgar, St. Augustine Amy I. Carr, 587 Monmouth Blvd. Mrs. Pearl Murphy, Wiiliamsfield Myron P. Lucas, 925 Dayton Dr. Hunter C. Hill, Knoxville James A. Bloomer, Rio Riehaird W. Munson, East Galesburg Donna Jean Lingafelter, Viola Mrs. Debra A. Link, Ellisville Christopher L. Reading, 21 W. Third St. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Mrs. Ariene F. Rossetti, Ft. iMadison, Iowa David J, Shepard, East Galesburg Mrs. Bedy A. Smith, 1400 N. Praiirie St. Mrs. Dalene, B. Thompson, 2401 Grand Ave. i Mrs. Connie L. Tucker, 714 dark St. Miss Florence A. Wiley, 1159 N. Ketiogg St. \ Mrs. Janet L. Wright, Abingdon Mrs. Bonnie S. Ziegler, Victoria Mrs. Martha A. Biederbeck, Galva Perry L. Algren, 224 Lake St. Herman C. Myers, Gaiesburg Route 4 Albert P. Bess, 519 E. Third St. Gerald E. Bugg, 292 Walnut Ave. Mrs. Verdna M. Campbell, Box 618 Mns. Patricia A. Christy, 19 Imperial Dr. Jacqueline K. Davis, Alexis Troy E. Lawson, Cameron Verne F. LeMaster, Bushnell Mrs. Sliaron R. Mathews, Gilson Mrs. Selma E. Mendel, Galva Mrs. Martha J. Miller, Bushnell Mrs. Barbara J. Powell, 1448 N. Cedar St. Vincent D. Morgan, Woodhull Charles F. Robbins, Monmouth DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Galeaburfl, 111. Classified Advertising Dial 343-7181 OW1CE HOURS: Monday through Friday— 8 A.M.4:30 P.M. Saturday 8 A.M.-3 P.M. TRANSIENT CASK RATE a .. JStteetl y«L M «LL c i*J LML Words'^. 7-day* jl-days _Uday 2 'i'SS~ _3 _A 2i ~T 3-78 J iid itW "\ "e.iarj4.20 i 1 .ea 28-30" q^q-- 1 'j 4a j--, 82 31-33" i 7.84 |' S.2'1 I 2.13 Blind "Ad Charge—50c ' Card of Thanks. In Memorlam, Lodge Notices, Other Notices, 1 Inch or less—$2.75. CASH RATE—Applies when ad Is nald within 8 days from date of last insertion. In Memorlam—2 HOWARD, Walter C. Sr. — In loving memory of our husband, fath cr and son who passed away 5 years ago today, June 25th, 1!>68 Sadly missed by Wife, .full Lori, Walt Jr., Lynn, and Mother Help Wanted - Male— 11 SALES Notices * Special - Personal—5 PREGNANT and NEED HELP? Call Birthright 343-4!)) 3 DRINKING PROBLEM? Want, to do something about it? Let un help you help yourself. Phono 342-2179, 24 hours. Confidential. Lost and Found—6 FILM LOST, 326 triple print, at Antique Auto Show, KnoxvlUe. 8753916, Maquon, collect. BLACK Toy Poodle lost Wednesday evening, has collar. Call 3433558. Mrs. Martha Crooks, 95 Phillips St. •Mrs. Clara H. "Walker, Macomb Burton D. Hand, 698 Oak St. Si. Mary's Burton E. Enupson, Aitona Thomas A. Bilier,' Abingdon Mrs. Hazel D. Munson, Monmouth Neal Shearer, Galesburg 'Route 3 Charles R. 'Wessels, 845 W. Grove St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Mass Melissa GilleniwaJter, 1000 iDawndale Dr. Donald D. Jacobson, Aitona Daniel R. Mooney, 328 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Minnie Greenberg, Abingdon Michael Grady, Knoxville Mrs. Euiia S. Bianitan, Knoxvjlie Mrs. Mary E. Barlow, Knoxville < Mrs. Ruith Wetmore,' Aipplegaite 'East Mrs. Shirley A. McVey, Monmouith Mrs. Naomi E. Pulliam, Abingdon Mrs. Mary A. Eckwall, 992 E. Losey St. Roger Coleman, 77 Sumner St. Mrs. Sharon Pinski, Bryce Motel ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Mrs. Amgeline F. Cage, Abingdon Mrs. Frances J. Cecil, Abingdon Mrs. Barbara A, Cozadd, 740 E. Knox St. Mrs. Harriet Dixon, 1377 N. Praiirie St. Mrs. Mary L. Fiynn, Williamsifield Todd J. Hayes, 964 Pine St. Mrs. Vera. J. Hawks, Laura Mrs. Barbara Hoeksema, 1258 N. Seminary St. Ralph Y. Hoppdng, Knoxville Miss Finances Huber, •Roseville Miss Barbara J. Kinzer, Abingdon Mrs. Cheryl L. Kirgan, Maquon Robert L. Moran, 1792 Bateman St. Bad L. Pont, 2401 Grand Ave. Miss Stephanie A. Stephens, Peoria Mrs. Charlotte Washington, Americana Nursing Center Mrs. Beverly Yarde, 1450 Lindsay Lane DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Mrs. Antoinette Carruthers, Galesburg (Route 3 Lee E. Strom, Wiiliamsfield HUSKY type dog, male, name King, lost Monday afternoon. Ph. 342-5887. For a rewarding and secure sales career with a National Corporation manufacturing essential lighting products. We need a neat appearing, honest, sincere, non-pressure, career minded go-gcttcr. Liberal training compensation, unusual, high commissions. Build a secure future with advancement opportunities, hospitalization, group insurance and retirement programs. WK HI RE SALESMEN NOT RESUMES FOR LOCAL INTERVIEW Send Postcard or Note: MR. PATRICK DURO-TEST CORP. 2321 Kennedy Blvd. N. Bergen, N.J. 07047 An Equal Opportunity Employer WORK for a year 'round home manufacturer. Carpenter crews and carpenters wanted. Also can use apprentice carpenters. Call 319-355-537!). BOILER operator on for oil fired Knox College, Call 343-0112, ext. 251, for information. swing shift steam boilers at Business Service—7 STEAM Cleaners and Pressure Washers. R. G. Hanson Company, Kewanee. Phone 309-853-5100. B & R CARPET SERVICE New & Used Installed. Repairs — All Kinds. 342-4650 TREE cutting, roofing, general hauling. Call 343-2006. Reasonable rates. Insured. MAUREEN the MAGICIAN will enchant your children. Give a party they'll never forget. Call 343-9322 for Information. Available anytime. ROOFING and chimney repair. All work guaranteed and Insured. 20 years experience. 342-0247. KNOX Summer painting service, professional experience, low prices. For free estimate call 3430865. CAT AND HYPRO PUMPS Sales— R. G. Hanson Co.—Service Kewanee — Phone: 309-853-5109 ROOFING — The personal touch given to all your roofing prob lems, shingles, leaks, repairs. Free estimates. Call 343-6446 or 343-3502 WANTED PLANT MANAGER 30 to 45 year. Operate liquid feed plant. Mechanically Inclined. Clean, neat, good appearance. Be able to take instructions. S',i day week. Permanent employment. Call Larry J. Kennedy, 8 to 10 a.m. or between 4 and 5 p.m., 30D-343-4214. PAINTING—Exterior and interior Wallpaper hanging, airless spring farm buildings, fences. Insured. Free estimate. Call after 5 , 3422574. Lawn Building and Grading Steve Wilson—343-3946 HOUSE Painting, interior and exterior. Barns and buildings. For free estimates cal. 342-3996 anytime. • ATTENTION This is the time for you to advance in income and opportunity managing our business in this area. If you are a BUCCOS.I oriented Individual seeking to advance Into corporato management or the opportunity to build a growing Income managing our local route sales business I would like to talk to you. We are the nations eleventh largest retailer and can offer you the benefits and security of our large corporation as well as the independence and oppor- ' tunlty of managing your own business locally. We offer: it Blue Cross-Blue Shield insurance protection, •fr Company vehicle ir Paid expenses •it Paid vacations i< $100,000 4. retirement •ir 5 figure income first year If you are ambitious and willing to work hard to succeed phone MR. HON TRUKA Holiday Inn, Galesburg, HI. 342-2151 Mon., June 25—12 noon - 8 P.M. Tues., June 26—7:30 AJVI.-7:30 P.M. |DYKE'S TYPEWRITER SERVICE, cleaning and repair. 1571 Beecher Ave. 342-6603. Free pickup. TYPEWRITER REPAIRS Cash & Carry C. J. Stoltie — 343-5651 ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2567 Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamliner, 3424232. WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 CITYWIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL We furnish metal containers for apts,, business offices, stores .and factories. I cubic yard thru 50 cubic yard sizes. We rent flatbed trucks or containers for one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or'Honey Do special proj-' ects. Call low bidder Bill, 3421134. 24 years of experience. Moving - Storage—8 STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 Child Care—10 I WOULD like to care for 2 more children by day or week. State licensed. Can supply reference if necessary. Call 343-5351. WANTED — Babysitting jobs, part _time, northeast. Phone 342-2007, STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 381) N. Kellogg Hours: 6:30 to 6:00 Air Conditioned 342-3060 Help Wanted - Male—11 and One (1) 1974 Model ^-ton L UC M., Wi f h n Uali i ty B ° dy f ° r U,U 'Alishu¥.lhi^ Ahona Electrical Division. M „, „„,„„ , M n™*™ Bids for the above vehicles j M ^'" c f n M - Benson will be received until 10:30!...™'"™ . „ A.M., C.D.S.T., July 11, 1973; | A1 ^ (jemia "' and, at that time, publicly open- : : , , • --J J ..:„ „«;,.„'.Mrs. LeliUa L. Schaetner 246 E. Dayton St. eel and read aloud in the office of the Purchasing Agon Bid Forms may be obtained: 1 ' 11 :^ "•I'ox, 424 Pec-k St. at the office of the Purchasing'«"«« ' AJ fillips St. Agent located in City Hall. ^ Velma M. Rogers, , Resolution No. 73-382 requires' Abingdon tlie compliance with ILL. KKPC Mis* Dcbwah Sue Smith, "Equal Employment Opportuni- 1651 MctMasier St. ty Clause." -Mrs. Don« M. Torrencc, Arvey W. Hanson ; Moon Towers Purchasing Agi-iit ^mil K. Sundberg, «i/25; IT 1735 Indiana Dr. Stranded Plane Taxis to Airport MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) "It's shorter the way the crow! flies" a policeman quipped j alter helping drive and push an airplane four miles to the Memphis International Airport. Tlie unorthodox trip began Saturday afternoon when Mr. and Mrs. Norman Armstrong, a Houston, Tex., couple married; only a week, wore forced to make an emergency landing in a field overgrown with weeds. [ Rather than risk a dangerous i takeoff from the field, authorities decided to taxi the plane to \ the airport. With about a dozen policemen assisting by blocking traffic,' bending a few small tra\s, moving same road signs and helping lift tlie single-engine Cessna over curbs, the plane it to the airport in just under two hours, i After a problem with the: craft's fuel system was repaired, the couple left Sunday for I the flight back to Houston, ; ASSISTANT MANAGER For meat packing plant. Exper. ience desirable but not necesT sarv. Phone 343-0814. 3M COMPANY Cordova Chemical Division has opening for experienced ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTATION MAN Minimum 5 years plant industrial expert e n c e. electrical trouble shooting experience required. Individual .selected must be qualified in all aspects of Industrial plant electrical work. INTERVIEW BY APP'T. ONLY. Please call Personnel Dept. AC 309-654-22U1 for app't. An equal opportunity employer. ARE You over 30 and now working on large livestock farm? We are looking for a married man with at least 5 years, full time experience on a cattle and grain farm. Nice 2 story house. State name and address of each employer in the past 6 years. Write Box 800, care Galesburg' .Register-Mall. SALESMAN — Married man, preferably with agricultural background, sales dealing with farming and agricultural construction. Your salary will bo determined by a commission base. Your ambition is your limit. Phone 217833-2359 evenings. INDUSTRIAL SALES: Fast moving line of hard goods to purchasing agents. Some business sales experience, $12,000. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. Chef Wanted for 17. year old Country Club in Central Illinois. 2400 acres —42 lakes. Purchasing and cost control a must. Group hospitalization provided, housing available, excellent schools. SALARY OPEN for interview-app't. call collect MR. JIM McCAUGHEY Wee-Ma-Tuk Hills Country Club R.R. 2 Cuba, Illinois Phone 309-789-6205 VACATION jobs for ambitious students pay big dividends, write Hamilton Safe Co., Ueloit, Wise, WANTED--Young man 10-18 year.; old interested jn animals an'l reptiles. 1 need you for a full or part time job. Must have car on motorcycle;. Call fur appointment before 2 P.M. «r a/l.-r II..'W P.M., 2B9-2IJ4I). SHOP WHERE THE BARGAINS ARE THE CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL 9 43-718 1 SALES: Well known national firm will train college graduate. Choice) of locations In U.S., JfJ.SOO. Call Jim Scattercood, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor <fc Smith Personnel. TRAINEE: .Sell to stoic; and supermarket.;. Must be personable, luarrud, %'l,H(Hi, Management potential. Call .lint. Scaltergood, 342-1112. Wlttle, Piy- or & Smith Personnel. * »• 3M COMPANY Ceiieinva Chemical Division hai openini; lor expel iencud MAINTENANCE MECHANIC Minimum ft years plant indus- experience'. mechanlcil ti outdo (.hooting expeuence re • epiired. Individual selected be qualified in all aspects of In- 'iu .trial p I a n t iiiainten.iniii work INTKHVIKW HY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Pleai.e e all Personnel I'ept AC .'iHK K5)- 22'Jl fur .epp'l An ejppoi- tuully employer. O.I IK hielncfa 15 very umitl • Wo iiu.v need peiinanent men for our .ipplianii: .service mid <k-- p.irlmeul Top pay - • pijii in* eludes bonu.s and high pfcieeiil- ac.v No pieviom experience* nei-ded, ear helpful. Ptio/nj 343- ! llU'ii An c ((ual opportunity uiu.' (Coiitintwl ou Pago 24j

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