Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 2, 1973 · Page 23
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 2, 1973
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Abingdon Scouts Attend Training Session ABINGDON - Six Abingdon Boy Scout* tttemtad a pre-jamboree training sMsotori last weekend at the Fellhrtnw Scout Camp near GUson The training session, under direction of Scout leader Dr. jay Saflderoock, was in preparation for the Eighth National Jambotee to be held in Idaho later thte summer. Those at tending were Mark Sandercock, Mark Johnson, Geoflrey Ray, GeraM Ray, Don Harper and Boh Jones. Margaret Hall and Steven Cartoon returned home Friday from a 3-week trip to Hawaii where they visited the home where the movie, Diamond Head, was filmed. The home, on the isle of Kauai, Is owned by their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Van Dresser. Van Dresser manages the Grove Sugar Plantation. Other areas visited included the Whalers Village in Maui, Ioa Needle, Kalenkala Crater, Pearl Harbor, Wadkifci Beach and the International Market ABINGDON MRS. GERALMNE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: RFD St. Augustine, 111. Ph. 462-2477 at WaiWkl. They also toured the orcMd*aiaJng industry on the isle of Hawaii. General Telephone Co, last year experienced more than 460 cable cuts which affected phone service for more than (5,000 customers, David W. Osborne, local service manager, has said. Because some cuts occur while land is being excavated, Osborne has urged contractors and excavators to notify General Telephone repair department before beginning work in areas where buried cables are located. Berean Baptist Church will hold a prayer service and Bible study Wednesday at Rev. Joseph Wttser'a home, 104 N. Car lyle St. Mr. and Mrs. Kermdt Brown, 208 N. Pennsylvania Ave., spent the weekend at Buffalo, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kirkpatrick have moved their mobile home from Rolling Meadows Trailer Court to 907 Giv ens St., where they will reside. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carnahan moved from the Rolling Meadows Trailer Court to 407 Ellison St. The Camahans moved here from Springfield earlier this year. Horse, Buggy Days Scheduled at Knoxville KNOXVILLE - Horse and Buggy Days will be held in KnoxvJUe July 21. Horses, ponies, mules, buggies, wagons and horse-drawn vehicles will parade at 3 p.m There will also be a flea market in the city park beginning at 8:30 a.m. The two events will be sponsrred by the Knoxville Business Association. Trophies will be awarded. The Knoxville Junior Worn an's Club will host its annual cfruokwagon meal Jury 21 con- Kansas Man Shoots Family WICHITA, Kan. (UPI) Authorities say they will file three counts of first degree murder against a 67-year-old man who called police Sunday and told them he had shot and killed his wife, his brother and his sister-in-law. Floyd E. Anderson called police to his brother's home at the end of his brief shooting spree Sunday.' They 'found Leonard Anderson, 60, and his wife, Ruth, 59, dead of wounds in the chest from a .38-caliber pistol. In Anderson's own home, police found his wife, Margaret, 67, also dead. Police said It apparently was a family dispute, and would not comment further on the man's motive. KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-2816 sisting of chicken noodles, ham and beans for $1.25. Serving will be from 11-1 p.m. and from p.m. on. Historical sites including the log store, courthouse museum and old jail will be open. Additional information may be obtained from Jerry Carlton, president of the Knoxville Business Association. The 1953 class of Knoxville High School held reunion in observance of their 20th anniversary at the Sheraton Motor Inn in Galesburg Saturday night. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Bjorkman and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Swanson, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Don Powell (Joan Dredge); Mr. and Mrs. Line Phillips (Betty Martin), Robert Rader, Mr. and Mrs. Rolland EkJund (Mary Woolsey), Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eiker, Knoxville; Mr. and Mrs. William Harvey (Barb Faulkner), Lake Villa; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Block, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fox, Mr. and Mrs. John Listen, Mr. and Mrs. James Ramp, Gilson; Mr. and Mrs. Don Hokenstein (Joan Edwards), Normal, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth WatWns (Joan Baker), Cameron; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pont (Mary Haynes), Urbana; Mr. and Mrs. Don McRoberts (Betty Kemelly), Mr. and Mrs. G. Alan Lentz, MOMne; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Barman (Darlene Myers), Little York; Mr. and Mrs. Don Henderson (Ethel Sit ton), and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Renwick (Louise Shreves), Belmont, Calif. Teachers present were Miss Mable Woolsey, Mr. and Mrs Richard Yenim, and Mr. and Mrs. James Litchfield, all of Knoxville. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Renwick, the Ponts, and the Don Hendersons. The Knoxville Rotary Club will not meet Tuesday at noon as usual, but there will be a family potluck supper Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Sutor pond. Officers for 1973-74 will take office and a business meeting will be held. HOSPITAL NOTES Gdlesburg Register-Mo|{/_jSgjjjsbuf g # _ Cottage ADMISSIONS SATURDAY I Kathleen A. Hshn, 1067 Lincoln St. Mel H. Hallock, 1165 Maple Ave. Mrs. Gokfce Schneider, 1047 W. Main St. Mrs. Nancy M. Sanderoock, Abingdon DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Warren L. Rose, Wataga William J. Minton Jr., Toulon Mrs. Joann Tyler, 607 Monmouth Blvd. Jesse M. Ramiret, 1152 Lancaster St. Mrs. Janet K. Oarstensen, Knoxville Mrs. Josephine L. Carlson, Naw Windsor Russell D. Lavender, 276 N. Pearl St. Mrs. Janet L. Wright, Abingdon Luther H. Fox, 424 Peck St. Star Lyne Heady, Abingdon Mrs. Bonnie S. Ziegter, Victoria Mrs. Ruth H. Logsdon, Macomb Mrs. Fannie L. Leach, 619 W. Main St. Constance A. Reno, 336 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Erma A. Woodside, Wataga Oren B. Couch, Laura Mrs. Clara L. Sergeant, Altona ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Mrs. Farrell A. D. McKenzie, North Henderson Mrs. Sheron K. Weaver, 116 Cedar St. Roy W. Colburn, WoodhuU Mrs. Ruth H. Logsdon, Macomb Mrs. Linda L. Fox, Abingdon Mrs. Eva A. Andrews, Oneida Mrs. Beulah R. Hevland, 812 S. Chambers St. Mrs. Cynthia K. Collinson, 83 Duffield Ave. Mrs. Penelope D. Hackspacher 1427 E. Knox St. Rhonda J. Dredge, Gilson Harland A. Stine Jr., 1273 Florence Ave. Mrs. Maxine J. Hillyer, 567 Franklin Ave. Mrs. Betty J. Hurst, Victoria Mrs. Judith A. Ingles, 835 Wisconsin Ave. Mrs. Fay A. Gagg, 2060 Baird Ave. Mary Frances Williams, Bushnell Mrs. Jeanne C. Eastman, 3328 Oxford Lane Mrs. Iva L. Barnhill, East Galesburg Mrs. Sandra K. Purchase, 556 N. Seminary St. Clarence H. Carlson, Wataga Mrs. Mary L. Howard, Maquon Robert G. Sherwood, Knoxville DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Mrs. Rita F. Sawyer, 122 Maple Ave. Kimberly L. Chase, Abingdon William D. Tracy, 1440 Beecher Ave. Paul E. Taylor, Gold Medal FLOUR 5 59c SHOTTS Expires July 7 i Peas _Z _5 _/ $ _r M REJOYCE Early June IDEAL 40-OI. In Pork ' Beans 39c OPEN PIT BAR-B-Q SAUCE II 01. Regular or Smokey INSTANT Nesrea 3 oz. Good Only At SHOTTS Expires July 7, 1973 Mi S. Henderson St. Michael L. Letts, Abingdon Mrs. Janet K. Bennett, Henderson Dennis D. Vollmer, Box 262 Route 3 Mrs. Helen fi. Hull, Monmouth Susan K. Larson, Victoria Mrs. Edna E. Weaterdale, 153 Fulton St. Charles C. Nesbitt, 712 Pine St. Penny A. Charlett, Caracas, Ventuefa Mrs. S. Ann Colwell, 1314 Rock Island Ave. Carl Henry Johnson, 1629 Bateman St. Sirrell Shores, 1581 McKnight St. Monday, July 2, 1 973 23 tiflicEsjiiig i«ssxicff k nfi«i GalMburf, 1U. Classified Advertising Dial 343-7181 OFFICE HOUHS: Monday through Friday-. _ „ m . • 8 A.M.-4:30 PM. Saturday 8 A.M .-3 P.M. T1UN8IENT CASH RATE VfStfiT M leouve March 1, 1971 1-1* ai-ss _7-days 4-deys l-day 1.78 1.80 6.13 4.80 88-30 ) 6.76 4.49 1.88 31-38 7.84 8.34 8.13 , . Blind Ad Cherge-Wc Card of Thanks, In Memoriam. Lodge NoUces, Other NoUcti, 1 inch Or less—$2.78. CASH RATE—Applies when ad la jpaid within 8 dayi from data of fist Insertion. In Memoflam-i Ruth X. — In FOSTER, memorj . .__ grandmother who passed awsy 3 loving memory of our dear mother end yeara ago today, July 2, 1970, Deep In our hearts is a picture More precious than stiver or gold. It's a picture of our loved one Whose memory will never grow old. God gave us the strength to bear it. And helped us to face the blow. But what It took to lose her No one will ever know. Sadly Missed By The Duane Palmer Family nrnH^ottrt * Eft SON ABLE HELP NEEDED. Age not a question. Make full Income, car helpful, call 343 -aiM. An equal opportunity employer. St. Mary'i ADMISSIONS SATURDAY William E. Bnckem, Knoxville Mrs. Gladys P. Murdock, Altona A. Lee McCoy, Maquon WMliam R. Nelson, 384 S. Seminary St. Glenn M. Roseberg, Hotel Custer DISMISSALS SATURDAY: M:ss Evette R. Campbell, 954 W. South St Miss Erma L. Morley, 774 N. Broad St. Mrs. Vera E. Rogers, Alexis Allen H. Agans, Cameron Mrs. Alta G. Thompson, 1057 E. South St Mrs. Barbara Hoeksema, 1258 N. Seminary St. Edward T. Jordan, 947 S. Cedar St. Mrs. Mildred M. Carlson, 864 Florence Ave. Mrs. Mildred I. Hall, 1456 N. Broad St. Mrs. Linda L. Mason, 1340 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Frances J. Cecil, Abingdon Miss Frances Huber, Roseville Mr?. Grace Fields, Henderson William M. Plummer, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Lillian E. Quanstrom, Altona Mrs. Debra Swanson, 830 W. Losey St. Mrs. Virginia L. Walters, Maquon Albert H. Ogburn, Galva Mrc. Beverly Yarde, 1450 Lindsay Lane Mrs. Lois M. Deny, Berwick INDEX gard ot Thanks juUdlnf Lota AviaUon I-88 .73A Anuques 31 Apartments—Furnished 83 Apartments—Unfurnished 64 Autos—Sport. Foreign 77 Autos—New 78 Autos—Used 79 Business Service Business opportunity Boats and Motors Child Care Coins — Stamps—Mlsc COUNTRY CORNER— Farm - Miscellaneous __ Farms and Acreages—Rent —41 Farms and Acreages—Sals —42 Pasture »r Rent 43 Farm implements - Services..44 Feed - Seed • Fertilisers ... Poultry and Suppli 7 17 70 10 St 40 and Supplies 4 Poultry .end Supplies .. Livestock and Su AucUons. -.Commercial Property Construction Equipment 78 Employment Wanted Good ...14 Gar'agea $0 Gootf Things to Eat ai Help Wanted—Male. 11 Help Wanted—Female .—.-.—12 Help WanUd—Male, Female ....13 Household Goods .. 88 Home Improvement 38 Houses for Rent 88 In Memorlam 8 InstrucUon 18 Insurance to Investments 18 Lawn and Garden Needa 34 tost and Found 8 Moving — Storage. 8 Money to Loan—Wanted 19 Musical 38 Mobile Homes for Rent 56 Mobile Home Spaces 87 Mobile Homes for Salt 66 Motorcycles - Bleyclea ..74 New ifouses for Sale -62A NoUces - Lodge 3 NoUces - Other. 4 Notices - Special - Personal —.8 .Office Space ... Photography „ Pets and Supplies S3 "'roperty Management 16 ooms for Rent 31 esorts and Cottagea 61 oom and Board S3 Real EaUte for Sale 63 Real Estate Wanted „ 64 Real Estate—pi Sporting Goods Transpo J Trailers BANANAS 12c lb Sssdlni WhlM GRAPES 59e * S» Mm ~* L "" Ss BONELESS £3 ORANGE v ,m Q 6J Sirloin Tip m J - U I« - - _ _ 8 _Zf? S Steak REJOVCE FROSEN LEMONADE 4 for 8] 00 '1.79- Large 12 oi. Can PEACHES 39c lk 8 Ground Beef PATTIES and 8 Round BUNS GROUND BEEF wt. 1 lb. 3 ex. ICE C 55c g $1 KOR.N TOP WIENERS 89c lb RIB STEAKS $ 1.19 Lb. OPEN JULY 4 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM DAILY DELIVERY Exctpt W»dn«wloy and Sunday Phone 342-4212 Coll Bcfors 12:30 for Soms Day Dslivsry After 1:30 for Ntxt Day OPEN EVERYDAY , '-705 EAST FREMONT ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Mrs. Alice E. Baldwin, Abingdon Mrs. Phyllis A. Black, Victoria Miss Kathy J. Corbin, East Galesburg Joseph B. Gancino, 1474 N. Seminary St. Miss Alta Dillian, Knoxville Ernesto Gallo, 1051 Lyman St. Mrs. Sandra Lovitt, 168 Indiana Ave. Miss Dina R. Lox, Gladstone Donald McGinnis, 363 N. Cherry St. David E. MoCune, Abingdon Michael McCune, Abingdon Mrs. Mary H. McNeil, Elmwood George McGuire, 2120 E. North St. Ricky L. Tate, 971 N. Cherry St. DISMISSALS SUNDAYt Mrs. Ruth T. Murphy, Abingdon Mrs. Elsie Lundquist, 879 McOlure St. Miss Anna H. Komwebel, Galesburg Box 983 Mrs. Karen Cabrera, 847 W. North St. Miss Theresa Westfall, Altona Soviet, U. S. Geological Trip NEW YORK (UPI) - A Soviet research ship, the Akademik Kurchatov, will arrive in New York today to take on board Columbia University scientists for a joint geological expedition to the North Atlantic and Iceland. A Columbia University spokesman said the joint research venture was crucial step in the vitally important internationalization of global geological research." As part of the new Brezhnev | Nixon agreement on coopera tive ocean research, the 405-foot Karchatov will study • the geology of Iceland and make surveys for ocean drilling projects. Justice Douglas To Visit China WASHINGTON (UPI) - Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas will make a two-to three-week visit to China in August. Douglas, 74, will be accompanied by his wife, Cathleen, 29. A conservationist, Douglas said he wants to see how the Chinese are coping with the | problems of soil erosion, deforestation, over-grazing and !air and water pollution. Pet: ¥< Roc 71 _ S ampers - tqulp. —73 Transportation Trailers • Campers - Ec. .. Tires - Accessories - Parts 73 Trucks - Truck Trailers 76 TV - Radio - Stereo 27 Wanted to Buy • Mlac —.39 Wanted to Rent 88 Miscellaneous 30 JAMISON, William F. — In mem ory of our father who passed away 10 yeara ago today, July 3, 1963. Your memory to us is a keepsake, With which we wUl never _ part, Though God hss you in His keeping. We'll hsve you in our hearts. Son, Dale WUliam Daughter, Kelly Ann Notices • Other—4 ON AND after this date, July _. 1973,1 wUl not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other than myself. Larry J. Lynch Maquon, Illinois Notices • Special - Personal—5 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 84 hours. ConttdenUal. Lost and Found— 4 DOG POUND — Young male Irish Setter, no tags. Phone 343-0490. 825 REWARD for information or re turn of my Tommy Armour put ter. Harv Kalin. 80 N. Ivan Ave. 342-0078. DOG POUND — In Knoxville June 30, adult miniature male. Phone 309-289-2578. Business Service—7 TREE cutting, roofing, hauling. Call 343-2908. R rates. Insured. general easonabla WANTED — Lawnmowers, all mak es and models to repair lndud lng riders. Also air cooled en gines. Reasonable rates. Pas service. Can pick up in Gales burg. 342-5234 ELLISO N 1 S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2567 J-J PAINTERS Free Estimates, References. Ph. WILLIE JONES 342-8038 ALL TYPES Home Repair — Car pentry, cement work, tucking, basement waterproofing, rooftni guttering. Free estimates. Wor guaranteed. Albert Brlggs, Con tractor. 342-1941. 342-34M. BtVR CARPET SERVICE New 4e Used Installed. Repairs — All Kinds. 342-4650 ROOFING and chimney repair. All work guaranteed and Insured. 20 yeara experience. 342-0347 PAINTING—Exterior and interior Wallpaper hanging farm buildings, it Free estimate 2574. airless spring ences. Insured Call after 8, 342- Hetp Watted-Mile-11 MANAGEMENT Trainee. Banking. Move to commercla or Installment officer in six months. Some experience^ $7,200. Call Tom Wittie, 342-1112, Wlttie, 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 SALES Assistant: Person in feed sales to assist District Manager. Career Spot. 810,809 plus benefits. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wlttie, Pryor «t Smith Personnel. WEED MOWING 343-5949 PAINTING Interior or Exterior. For free estimates call 342-3998 anytime. Fully insured. Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 GET LOT OF READERSHIP FOR PENNIES WHEN YOU USE CLASSIFIED AD THE CLASSIFIED NUMBER CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is ac tually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamllner, 342- WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN - 3424)521 CITYWIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL We furnish metal containers for apts., business offices, stores and factories. 1 cubic yard thru SO cubic yard sizes. We rent flatbed trucks or containers for one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or Honey Do special protects. Cell 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 BABYSITTER wanted in my home, 5 days week. 8 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 Declare Your Independence ARE YOU TIRED OF: ft Lack of Financial Security? ft Not Getting Ahead in Life? ft Lack of Future? START NOW: ft In a Local Territory with an International company in Sales earning 110,000, 112,000, 115,000, |2O,00O and more this year based on your qualifications. ft Complete training program at company expense. ft Guaranteed i n c o m e to start—|175 a week. ft In Sales Calling primarily on business & professional people during business hours. ft Fringe benefits, pension program, hospitalization plan. TO QUALIFY: ft Good Character ft Bondable ft Own Good Car ft 21 Years and over YOUR FUTURE STARTS TODAY —TAKE THE BIG STEP NOW CALL COLLECT MIKE HESTER 76241811 Monday, Tuesday—9 to 6 p.m. An Equal Opportunity Company Sales Manager Large Home Study School training exclusively for Civil Service examinations needs an ex- perlenoed In-home sales manager to hire, train and supervise new field representatives. This position will begin in northern Illinois end it th« man hired la successful, has national potential. Salary, expenses, over-write. If you are 3 uaiifled and can get the Job one, call or write Mr, Dawson, (309) 347-4121. Lincoln Service, Inc. 2211 Broadway Pekin. Illinois 61534 SCHOOL supply manufacturer has opening for sales-service man in the Quad-City area. Automobile furnished, salary open. WUl interview In Davenport, la., July 10 it 11, Send resume to J, N. Roberts, Regional Sales Manager, Weatab, Inc., Suite 102, Patrons Plaia Bank. Olathe, Kansas 66061. EXPERIENCED Body Repair Man. Excellent opportunity for man willing to work. Inquire at 1565 Monmouth Blvd., 8 to 5:30 P.M. Help Wanted • Male—11 PART TIME bartenders, 2 or 3 nights a week, S P.M. to 1 A.M. Ideal for eecond Income, experience preferred but not necessary as we wUl train proper person. Northgate Lounge. 343-8645 before s PM. 342 -sTlS after 7 P.M. Ask for Jack Enea. 343-7181 WORK for a year 'round home manufacturer. Carpenter crews and carpenters wanted. Also can use apprentice carpsnteri. Call 319-355-5379. SECURITY Guards. 3 openings on 3rd shift, 2 part time openings. Must be 21 years of age, able to furnish acceptable work and po- in person, lice records. Apply Guard Office, Midwest Mfg., 7 to 9 PM., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. 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 Tom Wittle, 342-1112, Wlttie, 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. PRODUCTION Control. Take charge of getting orders to customers on time. Grest benefits. $8,400. Call Tom Wittle, 342-1112, Wlttie, Pryor & Smith Personnel SELECTED POSITIONS (partial listing) MX.— Fee paid |20 ,ooo Co. Rep.—Boilers 1! 8 -™ 0 Design Engr.— New Fac flS .OOo Urban Planner—Area tlrm .-fl4 .ooo I.E.— Advancement! Pot'). —|13 ,ooo Tool Designer— Fee Paid —lll .ooo Draftsman-Design „.|10,200 Diesel Mech.—Nice Shop! —-*3,t00 Foreman—Warehouse $9,000 Tool tc Diemaker—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. Meeh.—Some Basics ..$6,500 Call Bob Ttlton. 342-1112 Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel DEPENDABLE young man 18 or 19 years old, for full time carpet work. No experience necessary. Phone 343-3961. ATTENTION This Is tho time for you to advance in income and opportunity managing our business in this area. If you are a success orientated individual aeeking to advance into corporate management or the opportunity to buUd a growing in- our local route would like to talk come _ managing our PLANT MAINTENANCE MAN With experience in hydraulics, electrical and welding for plastic injection molding plant. Apply in person at the personnel office. HT O. Canfleld Co., Inc.. Lin wood Rd., Galesburg, 111. WHOLESALE Representative: Individual with some sales to train in tire business. EstabUshed wholesale accounts. $10,000. Call Jim Scattergood. 342-1112. Wittle. Pryor & Smith Personnel. WHITE SPACE INCREASES READERSHIP OF THE WANT ADS sales busbies'*, to you. We are the nation's eleventh largest retailer and can offer you the benefits and security of our large corporation as well as the Independence and opportunity of man- ag;ing^our own Dullness locally. •b Blue Cross-Blue Shield Insurance Protection tV Company Vehicle •Cr Paid Expense* ir Paid Vacation* T > $100,000 plus retirement ir S Figure income the first year If you are ambitious and willing to work hard to succeed Phone MR. GEORGE BEATTY TraveLodgt Motel. Galesburg, 111. 343-3191 Monday, July 2, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. (Continued on Page 24)

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