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AFS Student Leaves Alpha Next Week ALPHA — Exchange student Kerry Thomas will leave Alpha July 5 and be back in Australia by July 20, Kerry has spent the past year in the Chauncey Malcolm Jr. home wfodle attending AlWood High School as on AFS student. She will tour New York, Washington, D. C. and the West Coast before departing for her hometown of Cowra. Kerry says she has mixed feelings about leaving. While she lis anxious to see her parents and her two brothers, she expressed sadness at Heaving her American family. "This family has done a lot for me, and I've really enjoyed staying with them," she says. The Watergate affair has surprised her. "But then I guess the Americans have been, too," she commented. Kerry said she finds that the pace of life is busier in the United States; Australians are inclined to be miore carefree and relaxed, she explained. The student will start college at Canberra the end of July, although she has not yet chosen a major. Kerry contends that studies in Australia are more intense. Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Addreo*: 210 N, Timber St. Phono 289-2816 1 While'American schools prepare students for college, she ieels the sehoails here would not be sufficient in Australia. Kerry said the major benefit of her year here is an ability to understand Americans better and to learn about a way of life different than her own. She says she does not agree with every- ABINGDON MRS. GERALDINE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: RFD St. Augustine, 111. Ph. 462-2477 Residents Voice Discontent With City's Sewer System ABINGDON — Many Abingdon residents who have had •trouble with water backing into their basements during rainstorms, voiced their dis- satisfeciMon with ' the city's sewer system at a public hearing Friday night at City Hail. Abingdon recently lost out on federal and state grants to help pay for upgrading the system alter local voters defeated a $563,000 bond issue. The grant stipulated that Abingdon pay part of the cost of upgrading the sewer system. Most of the local residents attending the meeting agreed that the Cherry Street lift station is inadequate to carry the present load. ing of the Christian Church will be Monday at 7:30 p.m. at •the church. Mrs. Bob Links and family moved this week to Haumoa, La., where her husband is employed with the Sante Fe Drilling Co. Thirteen boys will return home Sunday after spending the past week at Fellheimer Scout Camp. Those attending were Gerald Ray, Geoffrey Ray, Mike Wallace, Kerry Little, Steve Lomax, Jeff Boyd, Kevin Durbin, Mark Sandercock, Mark Johnson, Jerry Heritenstein, Paul Dunn, Jim Dunn and Don Harper. Joe Hertenstein and Max Johnson were leaders. thing in America, but neither does she agree with everything in Australia. "There is no question about it, my life will be shaped from this year abroad," Kerry says. She said she considers Alpha her second home and looks forward to a return visit in a few years. Cleveland Bans Playgirl Mag CLEVELAND (UPI) — "Playgirl," the female version of "Playboy" —•complete with a nude male centerfoidMhas been taken off Cleveland newsstands. Magazine distributor George Klein said the publication would remain off the newsstands until he and his attorneys study laisft week's U.S. Supreme Court decision to allow local communities to judge obscenity. "Playgirl" publisher Douglas Lambent said Cleveland was the only city in the nation where the magazine was not available. One newsstand operator said that several women had called asking what hfad happened to the magazine. has postponed meeting. its Tuesday The quarterly board meet- American Legion Auxiliary Abingdon City Council will meet Monday at 7 p.m. at City Hall. The administrative board of United Methodist Church will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the church. American Legion Harry E. Wiles Post will install new officers Monday at 8 p.m. at Abingdon High School. PAY YOUR REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX at THE BANK of GALESBURG Payments Can Be Made In Our Bank Lobby, Drive-Up and Walk-Up Facilities or By Mail. 1st Installment' Real Estate Taxes Will Be Delinquent at Midnight July 2nd. Payments Will Be Accepted thru Mon., July 2nd at the Bank of Galesburg. u MAIN & KEILOGG "The Bank That Leads The Way Bank of Galesburg MEMBER F.D.I.C. PH. 343-4141 Education Board Approves Plans For Remodeling KNOXViLLis — Plans to remodel Knoxville Junior-Senior High School and to relocate certain classes there were discussed Monday night by members of the Board of Education. The junior high school science classes will be moved to the first floor and art department classes will bo transferred to the third floor so that all junior high school classes will be located in one section. A new office will be constructed for Robert Johnson, [he recently - appointed junior high school principal, former principal of Mablie Woolsey Ele- mentairy School. Mrs. Rachel Brodine will be his secretary, The resignation of Mrs. Mary Stockton, a cook in the district for the past 16 years, was accepted. Mercer Fund Collects $3,439 NORTH HENDERSON Mercer County residents have contributed $3,439 to the Heart Fund, according to Martin E Conway Jr., chairman of the 1973 drive. Mrs. Cletus Robertson and Mrs. Gene Mathers gave the devotions and lesson when United Methodist Women of North Henderson met recently. Members decided to have cleaning day at the church in July. Mrs. Anna Tornquist and Mrs. Ed Axcell were hostesses for the meeting. North Henderson U nited Methodist Church had an ice cream social June 30 at 5 p.m Council Rescues Trading Stamps WASHINGTON (UPI) - Grocery stores, gas stations and other businesses may not stop giving out trading stamps as a way of beating the current price freeze, the Cost of Living Council ruled Friday. The council said businesses may discontinue stamps only "if they pass on the value of the stamps to their customers in the foinm of lower prices on their merchandise." Since stores pay for the trading stamps they distribute, stopping them would be similar to raising prices by giving the customer a bit less for his money. Suggests Space Power Stations DENVER (UPI) - Former astronaut Jack Swigert suggests that a possible solution to the energy crisis would be to put "power generating stations in space to produce solar microwave energy." Swigert, now executive direc tor of the House Science and Astronautics Committee, also urged the creation of a government committee to study the environmental, economic and natural resource impact of such an energy program. He made the suggestions Friday in an address before the Paper Industry Management Association national conference. to Tax Audit Was Political, Ex-Aide Says NEW YORK (UPI) - John D. Ehrlichman, one of Fresl dent Nixon's top iformer aides, said Friday that Nixon's income taxes wore audited during the Kennedy administra- tiion for what Nixon ,Ht were "political purposes." During his testimony before the Senate Watergate Commit tec this week, John W. Dean III, the fired counsel to Nixon said he sent a memo to Ehrlichman and other White House aides containing a list of 200 "enemies" of the White House. The Dean memo suggested income tax audits, withoMing of federal contracts and possible court action ' screw our political enemies." Ehrlifchnnan, who was domes tic atffairs adviser to Nixon until he resigned April 30—the same day Dean was fired—said he could not recall seeing that memo. "I think that it is matter of record that the IRS is almost immune from pressure of thaJt kind," Ehrlichman said "I know that it was a source of great urn happiness to the President that during the Kennedy years he was subject to audit every year, the former Vice President. He was out in private practice. And he was audited every year. "And I think he had—had a sort of visceral feeling that this was a—that he was being overreached for political purposes." Ehrlichman gave no more details. His comments came during an interview with CBS correspondent Mike Wallace on the television network's program "60 Minutes." Ehrlichman also said he did not know about the Watergate cover-up until the end of last March, and added, "I didn' understand the full dimensions of it until about the middle April, something of that kind. Galesbufg Registep >MQi I, Galesburg, 111, Saturday, June 30, [?%LIf Galesburg, 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 1, 1971 Words 1-20 7-daya 4-dayg l-day 21-25 5 .21 3.78 1.S0 Business Service—7 I Help Wanted - Male-11 B & R CARPET SERVICE New & Used Installed. Repairs — All Kinds. 342-4650 ROOFING and chimney repair. All work guaranteed and insured. 20 years experience. 342-0247. . 6.13 4.20 1.68 26-30 I 6.76 | 4,49 1 1.1 31-35 I 7J54 | 5.24 | 2.13 Blind Ad Charge—50o Card of Thanks, In Memoriam. Lodge Notices, Other Notices, 1 inch or lees—$2.75. CASH RATE—Applies when ad is paid within 8 days from date of last Insertion. PAINTING—Exterior and interior Wallpaper hanging, airless spring farm buildings, fences, insured. Free estimate. Call after 5, 342 2574. This in TYPEWRITER REPAIRS Cash 6c Carry C. J. Stoltle — 343-5651 to build a growing In- laglng our „ local route less, I would 11K8 to talk WEED MOWING 343-5949 INDEX Card of ThanKs J Building Lots vkA Aviation 76 £ Antiques i Apartments—Furnished 53 Apartments—Unfurnished j>4 Autos—Sport, Foreign 77 Autos—New, - —"la (Vutos—Used 7g Business Service .\ Business Opportunity " Boats and Motors 70 CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is ac tually extracted, not Just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long dry. Ing period. Ron's Steamliner, 342 4232. Child Care .10 .32 Of Coins — Stamps — Misc. .... COUNTRY CORNER— Farm - Miscellaneous 40 Farms and Acreages—Rent 41 Farms and Acreages—Sale 42 Pasture for Rent -- -- 43 Farm Implements - Servic«s..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 -- J™ Gooof Things,to Eat 21 Help Wanted—Male 11 Help Wanted—Female —~ 12 Help Wanted—Male, Female 13 Household Goods 28 Home Improvement zo Houses for Rent °% In Memoriam * Instruction .- " Insurance f' Investments ...„.—. i» Lawn and Garden Needs 34 lost and Found 6 Moving — Storage-.— 8 Money to Loan—Wanted 10 Musical —28 Mobile Homes for Rent 56 Mobile Home Spaces 57 Mobile Homes for Sale 66 Motorcycles - Bicycles -74 New Houses for Sale B2A Notices - Lodge 3 Notices - Other - 4 Notices - Special - Personal 5 Office Space 80 Photography 29 Pets and Supplies 33 Property Management 16 Rooms for Rent - —51 Resorts and Cottages el Room and Board - 5Z Real Estate for Sale 63 Real Estate Wanted -—— 5| Real Estate—Out of Town 65 Sporting Goods ' 71 Transportation _» Trailers - Campers - Equip. — 72 Tires - Accessories - Parts 73 Trucks - Truck Trailers 76 TV - Radio - Stereo 27 Wanted to Buy - Misc. 35 Wanted to Rent 88 Miscellaneous 30 In Memoriam—2 The Department of Defense, the Air Force, the National Security Council and the Central Intelligence Agency were all •established under the initiative of President Harry S Truman. READ THE WANT ADS! 2 FUU TIME Watchmakers Clockmakers TO HHP YOU TONCEY'S in Abingdon Wg NOW HAVE BRUCE PARRICK A Graduate Hprologist TO HELP US & To Help You Nixon Urges V. S. Citizens To Use Less SAN CLEMENTE, Calif, (UPI) - President Nixon Friday labeled the conservation of energy "a necessity" and urged Americans to cut back by driving slower, using air conditioners less and organizing car pools. America faces a serious energy problem," Nixon said in a message to Congress. "While we have only six per cent of the world's population, we consume one-third of the world's energy output." He said domestic supply was not keeping up with the accelerating demand and "unless we act swiftly and effectively we could face genuine energy crisis in the foreseeable future. "The conservation of existing energy resources is not proposal," he said, "it is a necessity" The President said the federal government would set the example for the average citizen in voluntarily reducing energy consumption, with a target of a 7 per cent cut over the next 12 months. Such conservation steps, he said, would include reducing the level of air conditioning in federal buildings. He asked the nation's governors to take steps to reduce speed limits, saying a car traveling at 70 miles an hour consumes 20 to 25 per cent more gasoline than one traveling 50 miles per hour. Nixon also asked the airlines to cut cruising speeds, pointing out that 200 million gallons of jet fuel could be saved each year If plane speeds were reduced 3 per cent. 45 th Anniversary WOODHULL - Mr. and Mrs. Everett Litton, Woodhull, were honored at a family dinner June 23 in celebration of their 45th wedding anniversary. They have three children: Mrs. Jeannine Crowe, Moline; Mrs. Carol Grundstrom, Orion, and Raymond Litton, New Windsor. They also have 10 grandchildren and three great­ grandchildren. Abalone are closely related to the seasnails and also to the snail that is a backyard pest. BURKHALTER, LaVerne — In lov. ing memory of our husband and father who passed away 10 years ago, July 1, 1963. We do not forget you, nor do we intend, We think of you often, and will to the end. Gone and forgotten by some you may be. But dear to our hearts you ever will be. Wife, Marilyn Daughters, Judy, Janet and Jackie ROBERTS, Gary — In memory of our loved one who would be five today (June 30). We miss you. Mr. and Mrs. Dewaine Roberts and Gail Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roberts PAINTING Interior or Exterior. For free estimates call 342-3996 anytime. Fully insured, Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 is tho time for you tb\ VfdvattCe Income and opportunity,' man* glng our business in this area. It you are a success otiematftd individual seeking to advance into corporate management or the opportunity to build ' come managh sales business, to you. We are the nation's eleventh' largest retailer and can offer--you thfc benefits and security of -OTP" large corporation as well as dha independence and opportunity* of man- ajflng^our own business loyally. •ir Blue Cross-Blue ShleltMrtSuf* a nee Protection •fr Company Vehicle it Paid Expenses „,..;. •fr Paid Vacations 1H i.r $100,000 plus retirements; •(r 5 Figure income the first,year If you are ambitious and^^-illlng to work hard to succeed Phone MR. GEORGE BEADS' .. TraveLodge Motel, Galesburg, 111. 343-3191 Monday, July 2, 9 a.m.»9 p.m. 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 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. Eager person to. 'is:' '" " - TRAINEE: „. . In merchandising,, and iff company. Start $7,800 pHM commissions. Calt Jim scaftefjotm, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & smilh Personnel. _ , ........ ATTENTION it SELECTED POSITIONS (parUal listing) M.E.—Fee paid .--.-$20,000 Co. Rep.—Boilers ........ *—$15,000 Design Engr.—New Fac. .^.415,000 Urban Planner—Area firmkn$14,000 I.E.—Advancement! Pot'h ,....,$13,000 Tool Designer—Fee Paid -i .Sll.OOO Draftsman—Design ......$10,200 Diesel Mech.—Nice Shopl ....$0,100 Foreman—Warehouse ...—19,000 Tool & Diemaker—Local 1 18,500 Welder—Mlg. or arc 18 ,500 Foreman Trainee—Mature' 17 ,000 Fork Driver—Reliable --i 7 ,000 Baker Trainee—Good FoOT.;!,.;.! 17 ,000 Auto. Mech.—Some Basics ..$6,500 Call Bob Tilton, 34241112 Wittle, Pryor & Smith Pjlfspnnel WANTED PLANT MANfiER 30 to 45 year. Operafawiiqulrf feed plant. Mechanically* inclined. Clean, neat, goo* appearance. Be'able "to'taftA instructions. 5'/a day w«Kg»Per- manent employment. CjBKBarry J. Kennedy, 8 to 10 •uO( between 4 and 5 p.m., 309»,{Hfe4214. WANTED fMKtWl Truck Salesman Young, Nice, PersoSllble. May Be Truck DrivMVill Train. 5»fVtf nwt> SEE CHET SPENCE SALES MGR2K MM Randell G»C 1652 Monmouth 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. Notices - Special - Personal—5 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 WHITE straw purse lost at Tastee Freeze in KnoxviUe Saturday, Reward for contents. Phone 2892200 or 343-9317. Business Service—7 WANTED — Lawnmowers, all mak es and models to repair including riders. Also air cooled engines. Reasonable rates. Fast service. Can pick up in Gales burg. 342-5234. ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2567 J-J PAINTERS Free Estimates, References. Ph. WILLIE JONES 342-6036 ALL TYPES Homo Repair — Carpentry, cement work, tucking, basement waterproofing, roofing, guttering. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Albert Briggf, Contractor, 342-1941, 342-3426. SHOP WHERE THE BARGAINS ARE THE CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL . 343-7181 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. WICKES Building, Inc. IiOMftag f or professional salesman. 3g|££y P lus commission plus company car. Complete fringe benefitOQrnish- ed by company, inclujuifU prof it sharing. This Is a pemianent position. If you can qualify,' and are interested in becoming part of the fastest growing;;*agricultural and commerdal7*Wullding company call 8 to 10 .zgai .iior appointment. Ask for ,Dor;., Rose, 342-3416. An equal opportunity employer. «M . "E!MT- Help Wanted-Female-^12 WANTED. Day waitress*^ A.M. tp 6 P.M. Apply Besejfa> Taco - House. ....,:,;;„„, 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 MANAGEMENT Trainee. Office and Administration. Success oriented individual who likes to get things done. $6,000. Call Torn Wittle, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. SERVICE station mechanic wanted Apply in person only. No nights or Sundays. Excellent salary for right man. Contact Ray Rose Conco — 342-3310, CIVIL ENGINEER — P.E. with years In Municipal Design as Project Engineer. Barttelbort, Rhutasel and Assoc., Box D Freeburg, 111. 62243. PRO D U C T I O N Control. Take charge of getting orders to customers on time. Great benefits $8,400. Call Tom Wittle, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel PLANT MAINTENANCE MAN With experience in hydraulics, electrical and welding for plastic injection molding plant. Apply in person at the personnel office, H. O. Canfleld Co., Inc., Linwood Rd„ Galesburg. Ill WHOLESALE Representative: In dividual with some sales to train in tire business, Established wholesale accounts. $10,000. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wittle Pryor & Smith Personnel. INTELLIGENT PERSONABLE HELP NEEDED. Age not a question. Make full income. Car helpful. Call 343-2106. An equal opportunity employer. MANAGEMENT Trainee. Banklni Move to Commercla or Instal ment officer in six months. Some experience. $7,200. Call Tom Wittle, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. SALESMEN LAST JOB! National corporation manufacturing lighting products for industrial and commercial accounts has openings for salesmen in local areas. Must be non-pressure, honest and sincere individual looking for his LAST JOB; must be qualified to open new accounts as well as upgrade established users. Repeat business, secure future. Liberal training compensation, benefits. CALL COLLECT MR. PATRICK 201-867-1112 An Equal Opportunity Employer SXLES'' Assist87u7 ~Person' in ""feed sales to assist District Manager. Career Spot. $10,800 plus benefits. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112. Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. DENTAL Assistant. Permanent opening, wll train, experienced preferred. Write including past experience, resume, and references, Box 908, care Galesburg Register-MaU. DUTCHMAID Fashions — "Join a world of fun, fashion dnfl'money. Show and sell Dufctonaid, clothing. Quality plus! CalTor writ* Mary A. Hendricks, Rio, Jih 61472. Phone 872-2682. ^ SUPPLEMENT your InconW — Sell AVON. Set your own hours, they can be either Day time"~and/or Evening. Call 342-1622j jgr, write AVON MANAGER, P.O-. Box 1385, Galesburg, IU. 61401. •. WAITRESS for full tima.aiternoon work. Apply in persont, mbrnings only, Bakers Dozen J36mxt Shop, Grand & Whltesboro. „„? • EXECUTIVE Secretary - to' assist head of busy departments. Future and advancement. $390,^all Teresa, 342-1112, Wittle TSryor & Smith. —•*MIDDLE-AGED lady aide work for ladles, 2:30 to 11, Tuesdays and Wednesdays off. Contact Mrs. Mooney, 342-4018. w 1 LIGHT ACCOUNTING background will land top notch spot to run business office for this small firm. $500. Call Teresa, 342-1M2, Wittle, Pryor & Smith. TOP WAITRESS job available |6r right person, Must be._oyer 21, reliable, neat and dependable, Call 343-8645 before 5 £».M.; 3426415 after 7 P.M., ask for Jack Enes, Northgate Lounge, ATTRACTIVE ladles wlth-hice figures and personalities wanted for sales positions with international company. Good salary*.Call Miss Brown for app't., 342-9104. WANTED: Mlddleaged Lady 25 or, Complete control of kitchen In hotel for retired gentlemen, 8 days weekly. 8 hours aTuiy. Cootact: Mrs. Mooney, 342-40J8, • MAID for weekends only,'"Bryce Motel, 1777 Grand Ave. 'Phone 343-2812. PROFESSIONAL office seeking employee, age 25 to 35. A challenging position with good salary and benefits. Please send complete resume with reference*." write Box 909, care Galesburg-Hegister- BEAUTICIAN NEEDED Full or part time. Weekly wage. Mr. Don's, 343-2903. Help Wanted«Male, Female—13 rim WANTED: Someone with mower to cut lawn neaUy on Friday, 933 W. Main. Phone 342-3254, DESK CLERK, full and psK 3 to 11 P.M. or.U P.M. .to. .7 A.M. time. shift. Apply in perse*,,,, Hotel Custer. | • TEACHERS needed for Chicago suburban and downstate school systems. McLaughlin Employment — St. partes. Service, Box 435, Illinois. Ph. 884-4844. INDIVIDUAL to do light ^erchl dlse service and inventory wo Car required. Approximately hrs. per week. Call 343MJ178 J tween 8 A.M. and 5 P.Mr for ther details. EARLY "Riser'""from~G »lvi"^ a| wanted to hand curry daily Neij letter to Galesburg Hegurwi-f" Contact Sue Hepner, 832-J WANTED Help wanted at West, Orpheum und Drive-in Theatres. Mu*t hi 16 years of ««<.-. Apply in per* son after 7 P.M. ~, " (Continued on Pa

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