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Thirty-Two Donate Blood at Knoxville Galesburg Register*Mail,Gdesburg, 111, Thursday!, June 28,. J 97$. II KNOXVILLE - Thirty-two persons gave Wood during a visit Wednesday of the Red Cross Bloodmoblle. Mrs. Faye Htggins beoame a member of the 8-gallon club; Raymond Pumlrey joined the fi-gallon club; Mrs. Herman England, 4-gallon; and Mrs. Barbara Moore, 1-ga.llon club. Dr. Robert Htckerson was on call and nurses were Mrs. Max Spurgeon and Miss Thelma Hoyme. Others assisting were Mrs. James Hutchcroft, Mrs. Thomas Pennington, Mrs. Mike Trum- eld, Mrs. England, Mrs. Harold Liston, Mrs. Higglns, Mrs. Arthur Nichols. Mrs. Don Ohezum, Mrs, Wil- Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Homo Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone E80-2BI6 lram Jackson, Mrs. Thomas Wilron, Mrs. Arthur Sauer. Mrs. Kenneth Witherell hosted the Judith Hawks Circle of the United Methodist Church Wednesday. Co-hostess was Mrs. Jack Crhitalla Mrs. Rose Sweeney gave the program. Plans were made to serve the SAR dinner Aug. 4. The next meeting will be a picnic July 25 at Lake Bracken with Mrs. Mildred Hunt, hostess. Mrs. Lucille Baker was welcomed as a new member. Miss Hilma Schenck was a guest. Newman Community Club will meet Saturday at 7 p.m. at the center for a politick supper. I.t will be the last meeting until Sept. 1. The Tip Top Club met June 21 at the home of Mrs. Larry Carlson. Winners In bunco were Mrs. Howard Gibson, Mrs. James Guenther, Mrs. Dallas Orwig, Mrs. Arthur Gibson and Mrs. Roy Gibson. Mrs. Roy Gibson and Mrs. Melvin Gibson were guests. The July meeting will be with Mrs. Lylo Clay. Partners' Airlift ts Set July 7th STRONGHURST - Hendftr son County Soil and Water Con scrvation District's annual con serva,tion airlift has been set or July 7. Purpose of the program is .to give farmers the opportunity to view their land rom the air to detect such problems as soil' erosion, a spokesman explained. Flights will start at noon rem a field across from the Rozetta Church, one mile north and one-half mile east of the 11. 164 - 111. 94 junction. A beef jarbecue will be served a.t Rozetta Baptist Church in conjunction with the event. Fred D. Smith Police Changes Announced ABINGDON—Promotions and change in duties have been announced by the Abingdon Police Department. Ernest Curtis, police chief, will supervise the Abingdon Emergency Police Ambulance as well as the police department. Roy Lankford has been promoted to the rank of sergeant and given the title of assistant chief. Stan Sopher has been named corporal and given the added duty of supervising the auxiliary police training program. Patrolman Dick Darmer will assist in the training program. Jerry Bauer and Jim Gordon left Wednesday for Boise, Idaho, where Bauer will work for the summer as a ranger at the Boise National Forest. Gordon will return home after a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Curtis and Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis Abingdon MRS. GERALDINE BAUER Correspondent RFD St. Augustine, 111. Phone 462-2477 went to St. Louis, Mo., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Frazier have returned home after visiting her aunt, Mrs. Fred Spink, at Big Clifty, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sebben spent the weekend visiting relatives at Marshalltown and Des Moines, Iowa. Carr, Smith Prizes Announced at Knox Knox College senior Mariene Egger, Palatine, has been awarded the Clark Mills Carr Prize in rmattamatics, Dr. Robert E. Bryan, Kmox professor of mathematics and department chairman, announced Wednesday. Miss Eggers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Egger, Palatine, is a mathematics-biology major and was chosen on the basis of halving attained the highest score in a competitive mathematics examination. The Carr Prize, awarded annually, was established in 1901 by the late Col. and Mrs. Clark L. Carr of Galesburg, both Knox alumni, in memiory of their son who died in 1900. The original endowment has been suplplemented through a gift of Carl R. Ohman, New York, a 1951 Knox graduate, who won the Carr Prize while a student. Also announced by Dr. Elna L. Jefiferies, Knox associate professor of modem languages and acting department chairman, was the 1973 winner of the Lorraine Smith Prize In French to Miss Barbara J. Jansen, a Knox College junior from Sohauiniburg. The award is given annually for excellence in French composition. The prize was established in 1931 through the gift endowment of Mrs. Nellie Johnson Smith, an 1898 Knox graduate and faculty member, in memory of her daughter. Miss Jansen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Jansen Schaumburg. Dean Answers White House Memo Charges (Continued from page 1) "After all, he is special counsel to the President." But Inouye declined to say if he thought the White House was shifting its position. "I'm just as confused myself," he replied. "I tried my best to assist the White House, to give the White House its day in court. Our committee is mandated to bring out the truth, to be fair, objective, and insist that everything be on top of the table. I cannot speak for the White House." The extent of Dean's role in creating the cover-up to protect himself, the White House memo charges, is not known. "There is no reason to doubt, however, that John Dean was the principal actor in the Watergate cover-up, and that while other motivations may have played a part, he had a great interest in covering up for himself," the statement says. Inouye paused after nearly every sentence and solicited Dean's comment. Dean denied the most serious allegations and disputed the White House interpretation of events. The 12-page memo was prepared by H. Fred Buzhardt, who left the Pentagon to join Nixon's staff as special counsel on May 22. In San Clemente, Calif., White House Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler said Nixon had not seen or approved the SEE KNOXVILLE "MONEY STORE" June 29, 1973 Galesburg Register-Mail Buzhardt account before it became public but had been "briefed" on its contents. Inouye Reads Text Inouye said he was reading the text and questioning Dean about its allegations "as a substitute for cross-examination of Mr. Dean by the President of the United States." Dean had made serious charges, he said, and "all of us would agree that the President is entitled to his day in court." Over three days, Dean has insisted that Nixon was aware of the cover-up since Sept. 15, 1972, when he congratulated Dean for the job he was doing During four hours of questioning, Sen. Edward J. Gurney, R-FIa., contended Dean was reading more into the President's congratulations than could reasonably be inferred. It was ironic that the task of reading Buzhardt's charges went to Inouye. On Monday, Dean had testified about how Ehrlichman and Haldeman, looking for friends on the committee, came upon Inouye's name and remarked that its pronunciation —"ain't no way" —also applied to the likelihood of his cooperation. Stillness Falls Absolute stillness fell as the audience grasped the significance of what Inouye read. During a break in the process to permit members to vote, another Democrat on the committee, Joseph Montoya, of New Mexico, said Nixon may have to, be summoned "to repel" Dean's testimony. "I do know that Mr. Dean's testimony will be corroborated by other witnesses called in the future," he said without elaborating. Melvin R. Laird, former Defense secretary and now Nixon's domestic adviser in the White House, said in an interview published in today's Washington Post that Nixon would respond to "all questions" raised during the hearings at a news conference to be held "v.^en we get near the conclusion of the hearings." Buzhardt's statement assert ed as fact—a concession never before made by the White House—that bugging was dis cussed at meetings on Jan. 27 and Feb. 4, 1972, attended by Dean, Mitchell, Jeb Stuart Magruder, deputy Nixon campaign director, and G. Gordon Liddy, convicted silent "mas termind" of the Watergate plot Survey Says Rizzo Favored PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Frank Rizzo, the city's law and order mayor, could probably win both the Republican and Democratic nominations for governor of Pennsylvania, according to a survey by pollster Albert Sindlinger. Sindlinger, who polled 1,162 Pennsylvanians by telephone, said 43 per cent of the Democrats and 36 per cent of Uie Republicans favored 1 Rizzo. The former Philadelphia Police Commissioner has announced he will run for the office next year. "The time for Rizzo is probably right," concluded Sindlinger Wednesday. "It's perfectly clear that the state of Pennsylvania is moving away from liberalism." SEMI- CONTINUOUS LIVE COVERAGE Listen to the 2nd Leg of the Triple Crown for Indy 500 Cars The Pocono Schaeffer 500 FROM THE POCONO INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY NORTHEASTERN PENN. STARTING At 11:45 A.M. Sunday, July 1 WGIL FM 95 Over GALESBURG VOLKSWAGEN 2181 Grand Ave. BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE GRAND SPEED SHOP 1891 N. Henderson GALESBURG TRIUMPH 329 Monmouth Blvd. FredD. Smith To Be Honored At Open House TOULON - Mr. and Mrs Clifton Smith, Toulon, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith, Visalia, Calif., will host an open house July 8 from 2-5 p.m. at the Clifton Smith's country home "in honor of Fred D. Smith who will be celebrating his 90th birthday. Smith, a retired farmer, is past president and board member of the Laura Elevator, past president of the West Jersey Telephone Co., past supervisor of West Jersey Township, a member of the Toulon Masonic Lodge and a member of the West Jersey United Methodist Church. In addition to his two sons Smith has six grandchildren one great-grandson, two step- grandchildren and two step great-grandchildren. The family requested tha' gifts be omitted. Baiiks- (Continued From Page 10) ing in Illinois," Bishop revealed. "We recognize that changes are needed. In the past we've been fighting a battle with both hands tied behind our back. "THIS IS NOT a position of bankers wanting to monopolize the business. We grow and prosper by the service and convenience we offer our customers. Only by changing the existing sitracture of banking can we better serve our people." Bishop said he hopes the two sides can get together and work out their problems. However, he hinted AMBI will accept nothing less than total neutrality by IB A on the issue of branch banking. Bishop emphasized thait the strife between the two groups has been a bankers versus bankers issue. However, he also pointed out that it is an issue which needs to be taken to the people. "We're in business for people," Bishop said, "I believe they should get their say." Qaledbufg Register-Mai! tJalesburR, 111. Classified Advertising Dial 343-7181 OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Friday— Saturday INSIENT CASH HATE Business Service—? 8 A.M.-4:30 P.M. . 8 A.M.-3 P.M. TRA —; Effective March 1, 1071 JWords 1-20 _7-days_ 5.21 4-daya 1-day 3.78 1.60 2 k 28 _ ~i!-30_ " 31-35 I 6.13 | 4.20 1.68 l 6.78 4.40 1.82 2.13 |_ 7.84 | 5.24 | 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 paid within 8 days from date of last insertion. INDEX Woman, Children Guests at Gilson GILSON - Mrs. Robert Bishop and children, Atlanta, 111., spent June 16-17 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abel, Wenona, visited relatives here June 17, including her mother, Mrs. Mary Brush. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fox and Mr. and Mrs. Carter Cecil and families were dinner guests recently at the home of Mr and Mrs. Dorrance Bumaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jacobs and family, New London, Iowa, visited June 17 with her father Cyrus Walter. Fire Destroys Borden Company VAN WERT, Ohio (UPI) - A major portion of the Borden Co plant here, the world's only plant making Liederkranz cheese, was destroyed by a fire that roared out of control for more than three hours Wednes day night. The fire, which began from an undetermined cause in an old section of the dairy foods factory, was fought by firemen from six surrounding communities. No injuries were reported but several firemen suffered smoke inhalation. Damage was not immediately estimated. IRS(Continued From Page 10) in that department, whichever is less. Signs must be posted within each of the following departments: produce, grocery, (including paper products, soaps and detergents) dairy products, and sundries (including health and beauty aids, nylons). Freeze price information on all other items must be furnished to a consumer within 48 hours of written request as outlined below. In addition, all other; sellers must post in a prominent place at each place of business a sign announcing ithe availability of freeze price information. Strike ConlinucH LAWRENCEVILLE, 111. (UPI) — A strike by 127 workers at the Lawrenceville industries plant went into its third day with no negotiating sessions scheduled. 2 FULL TIME Watchmakers Clockmakers TO HELP YOU TONCEY'S in Abingdon WE NOW HAVE BRUCE PARRICK A Graduate Horologitt TO HELP US & To Help You Bork Takes Oath of Office WASHINGTON (UPI) - The new U.S. Solicitor General, Robert C. Bork,. took the oath of office at the Justice Department Wednesday from Attorney General Elliot L. Richardson. Bork, 45, formerly was on the faculty of the Yale University law school. He will have the responsibility of arguing the government's cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. Bork supported President Nixon the 1972 election. in WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 CfTYWIDE RUBBISH MMOVAlf We furnish metal containers for opts,, business offices, stores and factories. 1 cubic yard thru SO cubic yard We rent flatbed trucks or containers for one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or Honey Do special projects. Call low bidder Bill, 342- J134. 24 years of experience. DYKE'S TYPEWRITER ^SERVICE; cleaning and repair. 1571 Bcecher Ave. 342-6003. Free pickup. Moving - Storage-8 STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 Child Care-10 Card of Tnanks - * Building Lots _ - -82 Aviation ?8A Antiques 3i Apartment*—Furnished 83 Apartments—Unfurnished 64 Autos—Sport, Foreign - 77 Autos—New 78 Autos—Used ?g Business Service 7 Business Opportunity 17 Boats and Motors - 70 Child Care ----- 10 Coins — Stamps — Mlsc 32 COUNTRY CORNER— Farm - Miscellaneous 40 Farms and Acreages—Rent 41 Farms and Acreages—Sale 42 Pasture for Rent . ... 43 Farm Implements - Services-44 Feed - Seed - Fertilizers 45 Poultry and Supplies 46 Livestock and Supplies 47 Auctions 48 Commercial Property 59 Construction Equipment -75 Employment Wanted 14 Garages - 59 Good Things to Eat 21 Help Wanted—Male, 11 Help Wanted—Female 12 Help Wanted—Male, Female 13 Household Goods 29 Home Improvement — <Jo Houses for Rent 65 In Memorlam jf Instruction '5 Insurance «'» Investments ... is Lawn and Garden Needs 34 lost and Found 6 Moving — Storage —-—- ,? Money to Loan—Wanted 19 Musical --28 Mobile Homes for Rent 56 Mobile Home Spaces 57 Mobile Homes for Sale 66 Motorcycles - Bicycles -.74 New Houses for Sale ^...«2A Notices - Lodge 3 Notices - Other, 4 Notices - Special - Personal 5 Office Space -.-50 Photography 29 Pets and Supplies 33 Property Management la 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 — ----- 8 Trailers - Campers - Equip. —.72 Tires - Accessories - Parts 73 Trucks - Truck Trailers —76 TV - Radio - Stereo _.j 27 Wanted to Buy - Misc. -35 Wanted to Rent 58 Miscellaneous - - -30 RELIABLE BABYSITTER Wanted. Older woman preferred. 203 Pine. STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. Kellogg Hours: 6:30 to 6:00 Air Conditioned 342-3060 Help Wanted - Male—11 PART TIME help wanted. Apply In person, Bolln's Mobil, Hender son & Loscy. Help Wanted - Male—ti WORK for a year 'rotJmri horn* manufacturer, Carpenter erewg and carpenters wflnted.rAlso cart use apprentice carpenrtffs, Call 3ifl-3Bfi-8a7o. „ WANTED—Young man 18-la years old Interested In animals and reptiles. I need you fof.a full or part time Job. Must have car or motorcycle. Call for apnoltUment before 2 P.M. or after 11:30 P.M., 280-2046. IJJII WHOLESALE Representative: Individual with some aalas^o train In tire business. Established wholesale accounts. $10,000, Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wlltle, Pryor & Smith Personnel." 3M COMPANY;; Cordova Chemical Division has opening for experienced i 1 MAINTENANCE MECHANIC Minimum 5 years plant^indus- trlal experience, mechanical trouble shooting experience' required. Individual selected must be qualified In all aspects of industrial plant maintenance work. INTERVIEW BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please- call Personnel Dept. A/C 309-6342291 for app't. An equal oppor- tunlty employer. _" J INTELLIGENT PEBS ON'A BLE HELP NEEDED. Age not a question. Make full Income. Car helpful. Call 343-2106. An' equal opportunity employer. In Memoriam—2 ATTENTION MEN Good Pay, Benefits, Future We are looking for a married man over 25 with a good work background, high school grad who wants to be successful and currently earning over $8500 per year. We offer, a position in retail food sales, calling on established customers, vacations, profit sharing retirement, Blue Cross- Blue Shield Insurance, above average earnings. (Current earnings 1972, $10,000) but you will be expected to earn more, savings plan, slock option plan. If you are ambitious and willing to work hard to succeed phone MR. RON TRUKA Holiday Inn, Galesburg, 111. 342-2151 Thursday, June 28—5 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 29—8 to noon MANAGEMENT Trainee. Banking. Move to Commercla or "Installment officer In six months. Some experience. $7,200. Call Torn Wlt- tle, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Sm 1th Personnel. WOULD like to havo someone bale 18 acres of Hay on Shares* Four miles East of Abingdon' dn Dc- long Blacktop. Mrs, EnMS'Ginth- er, 462-2178. STEACH, James M.—In memory of our loved one who passed away one year ago today, June 28, 1972. What we would give if we could say, "Hi, Dad, or HI, Grandpa" in the same old way. To hear his voice and see him smile. To sit with him and talk awhile. So you who have a father. Cherish him and show that you care. For you'll never know the heartaches until you see his empty chair. When he left the joy departed and all' our lives have been filled with tears. We pray he knows we love him and miss him more each day. Our hearts are still as heavy as on that sad June day. Very sadly missed by Wife, Children and • Grandchildren BRYANT, Joseph H. — In loving memory of Dad who passed away two years ago today, June 28, 1971. His memory is our keepsake, From which we will never part God has him in His keeping We have him in our hearts. The Family Notices - Special - Personal—5 Chlorine Leak Gases Workers VENICE, Italy (UPI) - A chlorine leak in a chemical plant sent 13 workers to hospitals Wednesday in Porto Marghera, Venice's mainland industrial suburb where air pollution is so widespread the labor office has ordered 50,000 workers to carry gas masks on the job. The Montedison company blamed a faulty pump and "deplorable human error" for the leak, which sent a greenish- yellow oloud of irritating gas wafting through its petrochemical plant. Doctors said the 13 workers taken to various hospitals would recover in two to eight days. WITH MEAT PRICES SO WGH,WEHIREP A SECURITY 6UARP.... WE CALU WrA . "THE STEAK PATROL* EXTK J A CIASH TO r-AEfcT. PRICES CAM BE YOURS! -ELL \0\J\< fc-XTR/VJ WITH FAMILY WANT ADS, 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. PREGNANT and NEED HELP? Call Birthright 343-4913 DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do something about it? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-2179, 24 hours. Confidential. Lost and Found—6 CAT FOUND — Gray and white male, wearing flea collar with metal lag, in 500 block N. Prairie. 343-3747. WHITE straw purse lost at Tastee Freeze in Knoxville Saturday. Reward for contents. Phone 2892200 or 343-0317 CHILD'S GLASSES Found at Lincoln Park. Owner may have same by calling at Register-MaU Want Ad Dept. and Identifying. Business Service— 7 J-J PAINTERS Free Estimates, References. Ph. WILLIE JONES 342-6036 ALL "TYPES Home Repair" — "Carpentry, cement work, tucking, basement waterproofing, roofing, guttering. Free estimates. Work guaranteed, Albert Briggs, Contractor, 342-1941^342^426. STEAM Cleaners and Pressure Washers. R. G. Hanson Company, Kewanee. Phone 309-853-5109. B & R CARPET SERVICE New & Used Installed. Repairs — All Kinds. 342-4650 TREE cutting, roofing, general hauling. Call 343-2906. Reasonable rates. Insured. ROOFING and chimney repair. All work guaranteed and insured. 20 _years experience. 342-0247. CAT AND HYPRO PUMPS Sales—R. G. Hanson Co.—Service Kewanee — Phone: 309-853-5109 PAINTING—Exterior and Interior. Wallpaper hanging, airless spring farm buildings, fences. Insured. Free estimate. Call after 5, 3422574. TYPEWRITER REPAIRS Cash & Carry C. J. Stoltie -- 343-5651 LOYAL PROTECTIVE LIFE INSURANCE CO. Boston, Massachusetts SEEKS individuals with outstanding management potential. Our rapid growth has created exceptional opportunities. NO insurance experience necessary since a comprehensive training program• Is provided. Approved applicants can expect to earn between $9,000 and $12,000 the first year and between $12,000 and $15,000 the 2nd year. If you consider yourself to be a high calibre individual, you are invited to Investigate this opportunity. Contact LOUIS L. MANLOVE 201 E. Broadway Monmouth, Illinois 61462 PART TIME help for weekends only. Apply in person. Pizza Hut, 896 W. Fremont. EXPERIENCED Body Repair Man Excellent opportunity for man willing to work. Inquire at 1565 Monmouth Blvd., 5 to 5:30 P.M 3M COMPANY Cordova Chemical Division has opening for experienced ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTATION MAN Minimum 5 years plant industrial experience, 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. A/C 309-654-2291 for app't. An equal opportunity employer. TRUCK DRIVERS We are looking for long and intermediate haul semi-drivers out of the Central Illinois area. We are a large established 1 company and offer year around employment ($18,000 to $20,000 per yr.) and excellent company paid benefits, Call toll • free 1-800-558-2911, Ext. 212. Z Schneider Transport^Inc. An Equal Opportunity Em p I oyer SALES Assistant: Person in feed sales to assist District Manager. Career Spot. $10,800 plus benefits. Call Jim Scattergoode 1042 -1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. WANTED — Experienced all- around machinist. I£ ybu. like challenge, responsibility, i and hard work, we can offer a good salary and a chance to > share in the profit and future of a new company. Write Box 903, care Galesburg Register-Malt.- MANAGEMENT Trainee.. Office and Administration. •' • Success oriented individual who likes to get things done. $6,000. Call Tom Wittle, 342-1112, Wlttle) I 'Pryor & Smith Personnel. Help Wanted - Female—12 DENTAL Assistant. Permanent opening, wil train, experienced preferred. Write including past experience, resume, a1hd references. Box 908, care Galesburg Register-Mail. ! ' DUTCHMAID Fashions — Join a world of fun, fashion and money. Show and seU Dutchmflid? clothing. Quality plus! Call or write Mary A. Hendricks, Rio; 111. 61472. Phone 872-2682. SUPPLEMENT your Income — Sell AVON. Set your own hour's, they can be either Day time'•'and/or Evening. Call 342-1622 or write AVON MANAGER, P.O. Bo'x 1385, Galesburg, 111. 61401. SERVICE Station attendant wanted, experienced, 40 hr. week, must be able to work Sundays. Apply in person Dave & Andy's Texaco, 1-74 & E. Main. PART TIME bartenders, 2 or 3 nights a week,'5 P.M. to 1 A.M. Ideal for second income, experience preferred but not necessary as we will train proper person. Northgate Lounge, 343-8645 before 5 P.M. 342-6415 after 7 P.M. Ask for Jack Enes. PRODUCTION Control. Take charge of getting orders to customers on time. Great benefits. $8,400. Call Tom Wittle, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. WANTED—Someone to build some fence by Knoxville., Phone 3437632. TRAINEE: Eager person to start in merchandising and grow with company. Start $7,800 plus commissions. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. TRUCK Driver wanted, 5 day week, year round work, farm pickup route. Vacation, holiday and insurance plans. Apply at Plant on Lake Bracken Road, li mile East of Route 41. National By-Products. Route 3. SELECTED POSITIONS (partial listing) M.E.—-Fee T>ald — $20,000 Co. Rep.—BoUers $15,000 Design Engr.—New Fac. $15,000 Urban Planner—Area firm~$14,000 I.E.-^Advancementl Pot'l. —$13,000 Tool Designer—Fee Paid —si 1,000 Draftsman—Design — ...$10,200 Diesel Mech.—Nice Shopl $9,100 Foreman—Warehouse $9,000 Tool & Dlemaker—Local $8,500 Welder—Mlg. or arc $8,500 Foreman Trainee—Mature ...$7,000 Fork Driver—Reliable —$7,000 Baker Trainee—Good Pot'l. ..$7,000 Auto. Mech.—Some Basics ...$6,500 Call Bob Tllton, 342-1112 Wittle, Pryor 8c Smith Personnel ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 312-2567 Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is actually extracted, not just sur- facf cleaned with clean, clear .soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamllncr, 3124232. WANTED PLANT MANAGER 30 to 45 year. Operate liquid feed plant. Mechanically Inclined. Clean, neat, good appearance. Be able to take instructions. 5','s day week. Permanent employment. CaU Larry J. Kennedy. 8 to 10 a.m. or between 4 and 5 p.m., 309-343-4214. WANTED Truck Salesman Young, Nice, Personable. May Be Truck Driver. Will Train. SEE CHET SPENCE SALES MGR. Randell GMC 1652 Monmouth Blvd. WAITRESS for full time afternoon work. Apply in person,'rriornings only, Bakers Dozen Ddh'ut Shop, Grand & Whitesboro. ,, BEAUTICIAN Wanted —.3 days a week. Phone 343-0848. -••ri EXECUTIVE Secretary ' ip ' assist head of busy department. Future and advancement. $390. Gall Teresa, 342-1112, Wlttle Pryor & Smith. : "I. MAKE TOP PAY' THE PLAYHOUSE' WAY Demonstrate Toys and Gifts'" Work til December Weekly pay — S&H Green Stamps No delivering or collecting,^.. \ ' No experience necessary • Call Estille 954-2051, Janet 319-754-5218., •' MIDDLE-AGED lady aidb Work for ladies, 2:30 to 11, Tuesdays and Wednesdays off. Contact Mrs. Mooney, 342-4018. HOUSEKEEPER seeklrig ""good home, salary, for retired' yrtdow- er. Nice home. Please phone 6471563 at Canton, HI. „".'„ BEAUTICIAN NEEDED Full or part time. Weekly, wage. Mr. Don's, 343-2003. v ',. LIGHT ACCOUNTING background will land top notch spot'to run business office for this small firm. $500. Call Teresa, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smith. TOP WAITRESS job available for right person. Must be over 21, reliable, neat and dependable. Call 343-8645 before 5 'P.M.; 3426415 after 7 P.M., ask" for Jack _Enes,_Northg_ate Lounge^ ATTRACTIVE ladies with'nice "figures and personalities wanted for sales positions with international company. Good salary. Ca|l Miss Brown for app't., 342-91,04, WANTED: Middieagecf Lady"25"or." Complete control of kitahen in hotel for retired gentlemen, 6 days weekly. 8 hours a day. Contact: Mrs. Mooney, 342-4018. Help Wanted - Male, Female—13 DESK CLERK, part time, 3 to 11 P.M. or 11 P.M. to 7 A.M. shift. Apply in person. Hotel Custer. EARLY Riser from Galva area wanted to hand carry dally Newsletter to Galesburg Ileglster-Mail. Contact Sue Hepner, 032-2725, Galva. y_ WANTED Help wanted nt West, Orpheum and Drive-In Theatres. Must he 16 years of age. Apply in person after 7 P.M. SYSTEMS ANALYST 2 Years experience. Knowledge RPG - COBOL - POF. Manufacturing background. Operations experience helpful. Contact RON SWANSON Midwest Mfg. Division ADMIRAL CORP. Monmouth Blvd. Galesburg An E(jual Opportunity Kniploytr 2 PERSONS INTERESTED IN ADVANCEMENT. Personal Interview only, car helpful, local. Would lake udvuntuKi! of opportunity fc;r $7,500 to $I0,6(M). Write P.O. Box 205 (iulcsburg dllvlng uiiv. |> a k t and ijic!»vnt work cxpericnc*. An t'i|iial opportunity finploytr. (Continued on Page 38)

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