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Tour Cruise Turned Back By Diarrhea MIAMI (UPI) - The cruise ship Skyward steamed toward Miami at full speed today, fighting a diarrhea epidemic among its 1,000 passengers and crewmen with 36 pounds of paregoric air-dropped by the Coast Guard. The ship's captain cut short a Caribbean tour Thursday morning, bypassing a scheduled stop in the Bahamas, when the ailment struck nearly all of the 720 passengers and over half of the 300-man crew. The ship's doctor first reported the ailment after a Monday stop at Cape Haitian, Haiti. By Thursday morning, the ailment had swept most of those aboard the 525-foot ship as it cruised off the northern coast of the Dominican Republic. AI Wolf, a spokesman for the Norwegian-Caribbean Cruise Lines, said the Skyward was expected to arrive at the port of Miami around midnight Friday. The ship will be met by two doctors from the National Communicable Disease Center (NCDC) in Atlanta, and U.S. Quarantine Service officials headed (by Francis Scally. Scally said that while he is "sure the people aboard the ship are miserable," there was no cause for alarm or concern. He said the passengers and crew were getting good treatment from the ship's doctor, along with two physicians who were passengers and volunteered to help. Uin W h mm The cruise ship Skyward, seen approaching its Miami base in this file photo, broke off its Caribbean tour yesterday with its 1,020 pas- Party's Over sengers and crew in the throes of severe diarrhea. UNIFAX Doctors at the NCDC theorized the outbreak was caused by some type of highly infectious intestinal virus. Wolf said quarantine officers at both San Juan, P.R., and St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, had checked the ship's food and water supply and had tentatively ruled out these as the probable cause of the outbreak. The Coast Guard, after learning of the plight of the ship, air dropped 36 pounds of paregoric to the ship Thursday night, along with a quantity of a commercial thirst quencher to combat some dehydration doctors say usually accompanies severe diarrhea. "Despite the obvious discomfort to those aboard, none are in serious condition or in need of being evacuated from the ship." Wolf said he had been advised the virus "is probafoly Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON , CORRESPONDENT JHbme Address: 210 N. Timber St.' Phone 289-2816 Knoxville Church Services Listed KNOXVILLE — Following is a list of church services, Sunday in Knoxville: Orange Chapel—Carroll Ochsner, pastor. Worship at 10. Church school at 9. Maxey Chapel — Raymond Bassett, pastor. Worship at 9. Church school at 10. United Methodist — Prosper Tournear, pastor. Worship at B: 15 and 10:45. Sermon: Where Were You When God Made the World? Church school at 9:30. Jehovah's Witnesses — No meeting due to remodeling of the building. Gilson — Smith D. Terpening, pastor. Worship at 9. Sermon: How Independent Are You? Church school at 10:15. Pilgrim Congregational — E. D. Lyon, pastor. Worship at 10. Christian — Clifford Parke, pastor. Worship at 10:30. Sermon: The Dream Called America. Church school at 9:30. Grace Lutheran — Lloyd Kitt- iaus, pastor. Worship at 10. Church school at 9. United Presbyterian — Dr. Stafford Weeks, pastor. Worship at 11. Church school at 9:45. A meeting of the Christian Youth Fellowship will be held Sunday at 5:30 p.m. at the Christian Church. The Glisson Club will hold an Church Plans Drug Program ABINGDON—Dave Dilley, director of the Twin Cities Teen Challenge Center, stafif members and an ex-heroin addict will present a program at First Assembly of God Church Sun day at 7 p.m. Dilley is director of the Champaign-Urbana facility which provides counseling and assistance to teen-age drug addicts Members of the stall* will dis cuss work they do and experi ences they have had, and the ex-addict will tell of breaking 'the hold of drug addiction Rev. Kenneth File, pastor of the church, said the program should provide information on a problem of major concern tor dlay, and invited the public to attend. List Services Congregational — Kenneth SchuMz, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:45 Sacred Heart Catholic — Jo- C. O'Connor, pastor. Saturday Mass at 6 p.m. Sunday masses at 8 and 10. First Assembly of God—Ken neth File, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. Youth at 6 p.m. Service at 7 p.m. Christian — Donald T. Hogan, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 10:50. Sermon: With Liberty and Justice for All United Methodist — Frank Deninger, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:45. Sermon: Positive Identification. Bercan Baptist — Joseph Wil- ice cream supper Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at Glisson School. The Knoxville City Council will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in the council rooms. Two Birds, One Stone! WHEN YOU DO BUSINESS with them - any kind of business at all — you're actually killing at least two birds with one stone. First of all, of course, you accomplish your primary purpose — you get what you came in for — like opening an account, or borrowing some money, or whatever else you might have in mind. Then — here at Farmers National Bank — you immediately Get at least one very valuable "fringe benefit", one that probably will prove to be one of the most important things in your whole life. This is a "bank reference" — a thing required in just about everything you do these days. (The story is that you need one no matter where you're headed.) A bank reference is exactly like a parachute. When you need one, you need a good one. And that's exactly the kind they give, Give away. For free. Just for doing business with them. Any of them. There at "The 'Money Store' Bank." At "The 'Money Store' Bank". Come See Us. ". . . where Customers At* 0 Friends." The "Money" Store The Farmers National Bank Member F.D.I.C. Knoxville, Illinois Abingdon MRSi GERALDINE BAUER Correspondent RFD St. Augustine, 111. Phone 462-2477 ser, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. Sermon: The Lord's Supper. Service at 7 p.m. General Baptist — James A Jennings, pastor. Church school at 10. Worship at 11. Service at 7 p.m. Pick Commander At New Windsor NEW WINDSOR - Richard Anderson was elected commander of George Norris American Legion •Post 484 at a recent meeting, and Vern Kling was elected vice commander. New officers will be installed at the- American (Legion Hall July 9 at 8 p.m. Members of Mothers of World War II Unit 80 wall meet at the New Windsor Town Hall July 9 alt 2 p.m. Mrs. Hazel Monson and Mrs. Myrtle Thompson will be hostesses. Board Approves Uses for Funds YATES CITY - The Village cf Yates Oilty will use the $1,535 in federal revenue, funds received so far this year for public safety and general street repairs. Members of Dhe Village Board of Trustees afip?ed at a meeting to spend $900 on public safety and $635 for street maintenance. In other business, John Payton 'was appoimtied to the board to serve out the unexpired term of Neal Watters, who was elected board president in April. Learning Center, School Cafeteria Switch Approved JOY — Members of Westmer School District 203 Board of Education, ait a meeting here June 25, approved moving thf cafeteria at the Joy school back to its original space, now occupied by the learning center. The learning center was moved into the cafeteria area about two years ago when more room was needed, but because both areas are now the same size, the cafeteria will be relocated for convenience. In other business, board members accepted the resignation of Mrs. Kathleen Reason, a home economics instructor in the district for the past live years. a 24-hour thing that will probably have run its course by the time the Skyward arrives back in Miami." The seven-day cruise began last Saturday from Miami. It made a stop Monday in Haiti, Tuesday in San Juan and Wednesday in St. Thomas. It had been scheduled to stop at Nassau, Bahamas, Thursday evening, but those plans were canceled. North Henderson Woman Returns From Germany NORTH HENDERSON Mrs. Carl Goodrich has returned to the United States from Germany to join her husband, wiho has been attending school in Virginia. He will start a tour of duty in Arkansas on July 6. Mrs. Tom Waiight and family, O'Fallon, visited here June 16 with her -mother, Mrs. Feme Williams, and with other relatives. Mrs. Weight attended the Alexis Alumni Assn. banquet that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Nail and David visited St. Louis June 23 24 land aittended a baseball game. Fred Yerkey, Viola, was a- dinner guest June 24 at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Meeker. GHS Honors List Posted For Students Final honor roll for the 19727.1 term has been announced at Galesburg High School. Students include: SophdfndfM — Karen D. Adoloh- son, David W. Aldrich, Julie Ann Alter*, Ellen .T. Bartlelt, Bruce A. Blllingsley, Nancy .To Blvcns, Steven Eugene Brown, Mary Jo Bryan, Tonl .Tcanette Contro, LaDonna R, Deprenger, Marie J. Erlckeon, Mike Brian Eshelman, Cathy M. Evans Patty L. Evans, Yvonne B. GrossI, James M. Hagge, Michael Hanton- stahl, Linda L. Harris, Robert T. Hemming, Bobby Jo Henry, Dee Ann Herring. Snerrie Hertensteln, Dana .Tolene Humes, Jennifer Sue Johnson. Mark E. Kennedy, Patricia Ann Knapp, Anita E. Kukuk, Kenneth Larson, Joyce Elaine Lcath, Jeff R Llndberg, Annette M. Luna, Cynthia A. Maddrell, Melody L. Mas- slnglll, David Thomas Maxwell, Steven E. Morss, Dolores L. Mueller, Steven Louis Nemeth, Elizabeth K. North, Teresa M. O'Connor, Lisa Anne Pearson, Mark M. Petersen, Ronald W, Plllsbury, John C. Relchel, John Bernard Rice, Rebecca R. Sandborg, .TamC3 A. Solrop Amy Christine Suman, Jeff Ben Swanson, Barbara Diane Tune, Jane Ann Waters, Julie Anne Watson, Thomas C. Wetherbee, Lynn A. White, Mark Alan Weichert, Mike D. Wllleutts, Karen Louise Wilson, Lisa Mary Yaremko, Margaret Mary Zlch. Juniors — Deborah Allen, LaDonna Bantz, Stephanie Bishop, Robert Butts, Gordon Carlson, Connie Chadwlck. Janet Chezem, John Cratty, Anne Davis, Dawn Davis, Bill DeGraff, Donna Dralle, Karen Dugenshe, Robin Eiker, Michael Felz, .Tolene Glass, Susan Heaton, Beverly Holmes, Tonl Horton, Susan Hughey, Chris Johnson, Cheryl King, Diana Kohorst, Tanna Lehn. lng. Mary Ludlngton, Jan Lundeen, Lorri Majclna, Patricia Mast, Karen McKiUip, Julius Nemeth, Kay Petrie, Christine Pogue, Bill Price, Eddie Pscheidt, Stan Pyatt, Roger Reem, Debbie Rigney, Vickie Roe, Jane Rogers, Vicki Rose, Robert Ryan, Duane Schoonover, Gail Settle, Ruth Snow, Judy Snyder, Linda Steele, Pamela Taylor, Tony Terpening, Julie Ubben, Mindy Walberg, Richard Walker, Linda Wier, Kathy Willcutts, Douglas Wilson. Senior* — Mark Abrahamson Teresa Adams, Dale Anderson^ Bruce Barton, Teresa Beck, Douglas Best, Diane Bevard, Pamela Birmingham, Pamela Bloom, Gall Bocox Mary Briggs, John Brown, Kindal Burger, Jane Burke, Stephanie Carley, Derek Carlson, Jean Carlson, Kay Carr, Sharon Casslni, Kathy Casteel, JoAnne Colburn, Patrick Collins, Sandy Dodson, Gary Eng land. Patricia Farrell, Kay Flneran, For rest Franckey, Marc Franson, Julie Frazler, Debra Friend, Lynn Gals, ford, Valerie Ginther, Rosemary Godsil, Nancy Goff, Lois Granskog, Elizabeth Griffith. Bob Hacker, David Halpern, Mary Hambsch, Mary Hardgrave, Dean Hawthorne, Dan Hennenfent, Cheryl Henry, Doug Hill, Robyn Hoopes, Mary Jo Horaney, Lenore Hunt, Kevin Jackson. Stephanie Jackson, Richard Jacobs, Chris Johnson, Ralph Johnson, Terry Johnson, Mollle Jordan, Deborah Kenan, Patricia Kilpatrick, Mary Knapp, Jeffrey Kohl, Royce Kunkle, Denise Lakis, Rick Lavender, Michael Liggett, Deborah Lindbeck, Barbara Long, Richard Lotz, Tim J. Luetger, Kathy Lundholm, Betty Mahnesmith, Karen Martin, Rodney McCants, Cynthia McFarland, Roselyn McKie. Kathleen McLaughlin, Rebecca MiUer, Anlma JMlsa, Judy Morrison, Kim Munson, James Neal. Stuart Olmsted, Allen Osborne, Michael J. Ostrander, Richard A. Patch, David Pearson, Lori Pear, son, Janet Peterson, Ralene Fe trie, Jeanne Pillsbury, Patricia Pou los, Cherle Powell, Tom Pscheidt, Connie Reckman, Mike Reese Linda Reynolds, Barbara Robertson, Lorl Rose, Merilee Ross. Pattl Sanford, Terry Scott, Russell Sharp, Tim Shelley, Amy Smith Doris Smith, Gayle Smith. Joe Smith, Tara Smith, Debbie Spiker, Debbie Steck, Vickey Stephenson, Robin Stout, David Suryk, Alice Terpening, David Thomas, Dennis Vollmer. Melissa Walker. Gary Ward. Patricia Webber, Julie Webster, Denise Weigand, Michael Wilson, Vicki Wilson, Jeff Yourison. GalesburgfaflJMr*Mqj 1, Galesburg, Ml, Friday, June 29, 1 $?3 33 Norwood Homes Hosts to Guests NORWOOD — Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Allison and family, Deep River, Iowa, were guests during ithe June 23-24 weekend at the home of Mrs. Allison's brother, Eugene Fell. Guests recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smallwood were their daughter, Mrs. Gary Johnson, and grandchildren, Joel, Jacki and Jennifer, of California. Writer Appointed To College Stall' Jack Oady, Port Townsend, Wash,, has been appointed visiting writer in Knox College's English department, according to Dr. Lewis S. Salter, college dean 'and executive vice president. Oady is currently a teacher at Port Townsend's John Woolman School; he 'previously was a member of the University of Washington faculty. His special area of interest is early religion in America and its European origins. A native of Columbus, Ohio, he received bachelor's degree in 10(51 from the University of Louisville. Carol Channing Made the List LOS ANGELES (UPI) Entertainer Carol Channing was on the White House list of enemies" given the Senate^ Watergate Committee by John Dean. An associate of Miss Channing's noted Thursday that she "just concluded a week's engagement, in 'Lorelei,' in Pittsburgh—at the Nixon Theater." (Jatobuffl Raster-Mall Galeiburg. 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 l, 1971 Words 1-20 21-25" 7-days 8,21 6.13 28*30 1 6.78 4«day8 3.78 1-day 4,20 | 1.50 4/49 1.82 31-39 7.84 S.24 2.13 Blind Ad Charge—50c Card of Thanks, In Memorlam, Lodge Notices, Other Notices, 1 Inch or lets—$2.75. CASH RATE^-Applles when ad is paid within 8 days from date of last Insertion. INDEX Easiness Service-? 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, tractor, 342-1941, 342»342° Con- B&R CARPET SERVICE New St Used Installed. Repairs — All Kinds. •142-4880 TREE cutting, roofing, general hauling. Calf 343-2906. Reasonable rates, insured. ROOFING and chimney repair. All work guaranteed and insured. 20 years experience. 342-0247. PAINTING—Exterior and interior Wallpaper hanging, airless spring farm buildings, Fences. Insured. Free estimate. Call after 8, 3422574. Card of Thanks 1 Building Lots ....... M Aviation 75A Antiques 31 Apartments—Furnished , 53 Apartments—Unfurnished 84 Autos—Sport, Foreign 77 Autos—New. 78 Autos-Used 79 Business Service 7 Business opportunity —17 Boats and Motors 70 Child Care 10 Coins — Stamps— Misc. 32 COUNTRY CORNER— Farm - Miscellaneous 40 Farms and Acreages—Rent .—41 Farms and Acreages—Sale —42 Pasture for Rent .- - 4J Farm Implements - Servlces„44 ~ " - • 45 .—.46 . 47 .-..48 —.59 ....75 . 14 .60 TYPEWRITER REPAIRS Cash & Carry C. J. Stoltle — 343-5851 WEED MOWING 343-5949 supplies Feed • Seed - Fertilizers Poultry and Supplies _. Livestock and Supp: Auctions Commercial Property Construction Equipment Employment Wanted — Garages CARPET CLEANING. Dirt Is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamliner, 3424232. Good" Things to Eat 21 Help Wanted—Male, 11 Help Wanted—Female .—. 12 Help Wanted—Male, Female -—13 Household Goods 28 Home Improvement 25 Houses for Rent 55 In Memorlam .— - f Instruction J5 Insurance - f» Investments -—^ i» Lawn and Garden Needs —34 lost and Found g Moving — Storage ------ 8 Money to Loan—Wanted 19 Musical i° 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 8 Office Space so 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 v3 Trucks - Truck Trailers 76 TV - Radio - Stereo 27 Wanted to Buy - Mlsc 35 Wanted to Rent 88 Miscellaneous 3° Notices -«Lodge—3 Storms Cover East, Great Lakes Region By United Press International Thunderstorms scattered over various portions of the nation dominated the weather picture again early today. Warm, humid air pumped northward over the Ohio Valley ahead of a cold front triggered significant thunderstorm activity in the East. Scattered Ihundershowers over the Atlantic Coast states spread westward into the Great Lakes region early todiay. Thunderstorms were also scattered from tlhe Central Plains into the Texas Panhandle and northeast New Mexico. Similar storms were reported over the Northern Rockies and northwestern portion of the Great Basin. Low clouds, haze and fog moved over much of the California coast and lingered along the Pacific Northwest Coast. Clear skies covered most of the Southwest and the central Mississippi Valley region as well as the central Dakotas. Temperatures cooled rather rapidly after sundown Thursday in the Northern Plains but remained warm in the desert Southwest. Temperatures around the nation early today ranged from 46 degrees at Bismarck, N.D., to 104 at Needles, Calif. The first commandment of shooting safety, as taught in the Nebraska hunter safety program, is to treat every gun as if it were loaded and ready to shoot. MASONIC PICNIC — Lions Shelter No5l, Lake Storey, ~:30 P.M., July 9, 1973.- Bring own table, service . covered dishes;- meat and drink furnished by Alpha and Ves per Lodges. All Masons and. their families invited. Walt Bruner, W.M. Alpha Lodge Harry Simons, W.M. Vesper Lodge Notices - Special r Personal—5 LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast with X-ll Diet-Plttn. $3.00. Reduce Excess FlukaLwlth X-Pel, $3.00.,< Money BackMBuarantee at Osco Drug. 2 PREGNANT.5nd 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 WHITE straw purse lost at Tastee Freeze in Knoxville Saturday Reward for contents. Phone 2892200 or 343-9317. Business Service— 7 WANTED — Lawnmowers, all makes and models to repair includ lng riders. Also air cooled en Bines. Reasonable rates. F a s-t service. Can pick up in Galesburg. 342-5234. ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2567 c _ L _ A _ S _ CONFUSED? LOST? ASPIRING? SEEKING? SELLING? I _ INVESTING? FOUND? INVESTIGATING? E _ EXASPERATED? D DIAL The WANT AD Number 3437181 PAINTING Interior or Exterior. For free estimates call 342-3996 anytime. Fully insured. Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 Help Wanted.Mflle-ll 6 WHOLESALE Representative! Individual with some tales to train in tire business. , Established wholesale accounts. $10,000. call HELP NEEDED. AM Mi a mies- tlon. Make .lull income, car helpful. Call 343-2106. An equal opportunity Employer. MANAGEMENT Trainee, Banking. Move to Commercla df Installment officer in six months, some experience. 47,200. Call Tom Wit^.th 34 l»«eF ttle ' ?ry6r & TRUCK DRIVERS We are looking for loritf and intermediate haul seml-drlvers out of the central Illinois area. We are a large established company and offer year around em 1 ployment ($18,000 to $20,000 per yr.) and excellent company paid benefits, Call toll free 1-800-558-2911, Ext. 212. Schneider Transport, Inc. An Equal Opportunity Employer SALES Assistant: Person in feed sales to assist District Manager. Career Spot. $10,800.plus benefits. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel WANTED — Experienced all- around machinist. If you like challenge, responsibility, 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-Mall. WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 MANAGEMENT Trainee. "Office and Administration. Success oriented individual who likes to get things done. $6,000. Call Tom Wittle, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. 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 for one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or Honey Do special projects. Call low bidder Bill, 3421134. 24 years of experience. DYKE'S TYPEWRITER SERVICE, cleaning and repair. 1571 Beecher Ave. 342-6603. Free pickup. Moving • Storage-8 STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 Child Care-10 BABYSITTER wanted in my home, 5 days week. 5 month old baby. Call after 5 P.M. 342-8486. 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 PRODUCTION Control. Take charge of getting orders to cus- i2 mnenrs ~ on . Grcat benefits. J8.400. 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 & sfmith 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, Vz mile East of Route 41. National By-Products. Route 3. SELECTED POSITIONS (partial listing) M.E.—Fee paid $20,000 Co. Rep.—Boilers ..„ IH5.000 Design Engr.—New Fac ! 115,000 Urban Planner—Area firm..!H4,000 I.E.—Advancement! Pot'l. ...1(13,000 Tool Designer—Fee Paid —$11,000 Draftsman—Design $10,200 Diesel Mech.—Nice Shopl $9,100 Foreman—Warehouse $9,000 Tool & Diemaker—Local $8,500 Welder—Mig. 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 Tilton, 342-1112 Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel PART TIME help wanted. Apply in person, Bolln's Mobil, Henderson & Losey. ATTENTION MEN Good Pay, Benefits, Future We a?e 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, stock 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—6 to noon WANTED PLANT MANAGER 30 to 45 year. Operate liquid feed plant. Mechanically Inclined. Clean, neat, good appearance. Be able to take Instructions. 5V2 day week. Permanent employment. CaU Larry J. Kennedy, 8 to 10 a.m. or between 4 and 5 p.m., 309-343-4214. 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 re. quired. Individual selected must be qualified in all aspects of industrial plant electrical work, INTERVIEW BY APP'T. ONLY, Please call Personnel Dept. A/C 309-854-2291 for app't. An equal opportunity employer. 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, 343-8Q45 before 5 P.M. 342-6415 after 7 P.M. Ask for Jack Enes. WORK for a year 'round home manufacturer. Carpenter crews and carpenters wanted. Also can use apprentice carpenters. Call 319-355-5379. WANTED—Young man 16-18 years old interested In animals and reptiles. I need you for a full or part time job. Must have car or motorcycle. Call for appointment before 2 P.M. or after 11 :30 P.M., 289-2946. 3M COMPANY Cordova Chemical Division has opening for experienced MAINTENANCE MECHANIC Minimum 5 years plant Industrial 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 309-6542291 for app't. An equal opportunity employer. WANTED Truck Salesman Young, Nice, Personable. May Be Truck Driver. Will Train. SEE CHET SPENCE SALES MGR. Randell GMC 1652 Monmouth Blvd. WICKES Building, Inc. Looking for professional salesman. Salary plus commission plus company car. Complete fringe benefits furnished by company, including profit sharing. This is a permanent position. If you can qualify, and are interested in becoming part of the fastest growing agricultural and commercial buUdlng company call 8 to 10 A.M. for appointment. Ask for Mr. Rose, 342-3416. An equal opportunity employer. Help Wanted - Female—12 WANTED. Day waitress, 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. Apply Beserra'a Taco House. DENTAL Assistant Permanent opening, wil train, experienced preferred. Write including past experience, resume, and references. Box 908. care Galesburg Register-Mall. DUTCHMAID Fashions — Join a world of fun, fashion and money. Show and sell Dutchmald clothing. Quality plus! Call or write Mary A. Hendricks, Rio, 111. 61472. Phone 872-2682. SUPPLEMENT your Income — Sell AVON. Set your own hours, they can be either Day time and/or Evening. CaU 342-1822 or write AVON MANAGER, P.O. Box 1385, Galesburg, 111. 61401. WAITRESS for full time afternoon work. Apply in person, mornings only, Bakers Dozen Donut Shop, Grand & Whltesboro. EXECUTIVE Secretary to assist head of busy department. Future and advancement. $390. Call Teresa, 342-1112, Wittle Pryor ic Smith, 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 Estillc 051-205L Janet 319-754-5218 MIDDLE-AGED lady aide work for Jadies, 2:30 to 11, Tuesdays and Wednesdays off. Contact Mrs. Mooney, 342-4018. HOUSEKEEPER ""seeking good home, salary, for retired widower, Nice home. Please phone 6471563 at^Canton, 111. _ LIGHT ACCOUNTING'background will land top notch spot to run business office for this small firm, S500. Call Teresa, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith. _ TOP WAITRESS job avajiable'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, Northgate_Lounge. ATTRACTIVE fadieswUhnJea figures and personalities wanted for sales positions wlUi International company. Good salary. CaU Mlsi Brown for app't., 342-9104. WANTEOT MlddieagedLady 25 or." Complete control of kitchen in hotel for retired gentlemen, 8 days weekly. 8 hours a day. Contact: Mrs. Mooney, 342-4018. (Continued on Page 24)

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