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Abingdon Council Told State EPA Has New Rules for Sharing Funds GQlfsbufgJReQistef'Mail, Golesburg, HI. Tuesday, July 3, 1973 19, ABINGDON — The Miinois Environmental Pr-otectAon Agency has announced new rules for dispersing state and federal funds to municipalities, Robert Anderson, city engineer, told the Abingdon City Ctouncii Monday ni#lt. Until these rules are clarified, Abingdon officials do no* knffar how the city stands on a new priority list. Abingdon was 76th on the old priority list for receiving funds for sanitary district improvements. But the city was passed over because of lack of funds for its 25 per cent share of matching federal and state funds. A |590,000 bond issues which would hove provided the necessary' local funds was defeated earner this year. The annua 1 ! appropriation ordinance which provides $1,548,727 for city expenses this fiscal year was approved by the council. The council also discussed a request from Gene Johnson and Bob Van Tress fop water service. Water service would be extended on North Monroe Street, outside the city limits, if the request is approved. It was estimated that material and hydrants, would cost $5,322. Final decision will not be made until the cost of construction is estimated. A street light in front of the Cedar Township building costs the city about $123 more than regular area street lights to maintain, Robert Lagnese told the council. The council will consider instating a different type of light after the matter is studied further. The present light is a mercury vapor type. Lagnese also suggested the council consider a safety program for city empftoye#-three city employes were involved in accidents this year. . The council will contact owners of property on the comer of Martin and Jefferson streets because the building there is allegedly unsafe. The property, thought to be owned by Ed* mond Glisan, by courthouse records belongs to Wilbur J Fulifs of Dixon. The councU approved hiring Jack D. Huggins, certified public accountant from Belleville, for auditing 1973-74 books at a salary of $450. Two stop signs on Jefferson and Monmouth streets were approved because of requests toy residents that traffic be slowed in the area. There are about 36 children living in the vicinity. ABINGDON MRS. GERALDINE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: RFD St. Augustine, HI. Ph. 462-2477 The Mothers of World War, II will meet at the home of Gertie Dickeraon, 105 N. . Jefferson St., Thursday at j 7:30 p.m. A mini bike was reported stolen from the Doyle Riney garage, 203 N. Washington St., June 27. On the same day another mini bike was reported stolen from Joe Franklin's garage at 701 N. Mam St. The same night Melvin Lane reported two boys took a mini bike from his garage but he chased them and they abandoned it. The incident occurred at 11 p.m. A total of $300 was stolen about 10:30 p.m. July 1 from Haickey Billiard on Main Street A bike belonging to Kenny Brock, 303 N. Hanshbarger St., WAS found, stripped of parts, near the Consumers mill June 25 at 3:50 p.m. Two complaints lor disturbing the peace were made June 25 against Jean A. Poyner of Rolling Meadows Trailer Court and June 30 against Shirley A. Ro&iere of rural Maquon. A ticket was issued to Ken neth E. BushneU, 17, of 997 Beecher Ave., GaAesburg, for disobeying a stop sign at Penn sylvaniia and Monmouth June 26 about 8:30 p.m. Richard D. Larson, 45, of 407 N. Jefferson St., was ticketed Cor no muffler June 29 at 1 p.m. Randall W. Curtis, 20, of 105 W. Monmouth St., was ticketed for spinning tires June 29 a 6:45 p.m. A minor was ticketed for no driver's license June 90. He was hacking from a parking place on Main Street and allegedly hit a oar driven by Diane L. Stubb of Shaw Trailer Court. Knoxville Council Okays Final Lot KNOXVILLE - The Knoxville City Council Monday night approved plans for the development of ItJte final lot in the Buckley Estates subdivision. Hanold Mather, representing the developer, made the request for (approval. Jack Olivers, 603 Walnut St., requested permission to blacktop space in (front of his residence. Approval for his drive to be widened was made but blacktop in (front of his house will be studied and acted upon at ia latter date. The council also discussed bids lor a new truck for the water department, and approved an extension of the police's hours of duty during darkness. Also discussed was the possibility of a new sidewalk from the high school south flo Mill Street and enforcement of the no parking ordinance on the west side of the street. Mrs. Wiiiard Simpson gave the major lesson on selection and care of mattresses for members of (he 4 -K's Home Extension Unit. The meeting was held June 26 at the home of Mrs. Lltoyd Cochran. The minor lesson, sheets and pillowcases was given by Mrs. Michael Dunn. New officers elected were Mrs. Norman Hobbs, second vice president, Mrs. Simpson, treasurer, and Mrs. Keith Reynolds, public information. ' A breakfast scheduled by the Rebecca Unit of Grace Lutheran Church for Thursday has been postponed because of a death in the congregation. The annual Turner-Metcalf reunion was held Sunday at the KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-2816 Newman Community Center south of Knoxville with 36 members of the families present. After a 12:30 p.m. potluck dinner the / president, Mrs. Glen Rogers, presided at a business meeting. A newspaper account dated Aug. 1,1922, pertaining to the first reunion of the families was read. The article told of how the ancestors, William Brown and Elizabeth Peffinger Turner, came to Knox County from Chester County, Pa. Those present over 80 years of age were Lee Huston and Mrs. Geneva Howarten while the youngest member was Pochelle Marie, 10-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard King. Traveling the farthest distance was Mrs. Geneva Howarten and daughter Miss Mildred Howar­ ten of Deland, Fla. The present officers will serve for the coming'year and the 1974 reunion will be held at the same place on June 30. No End in Sight for Vietnamese Combat SAIGON (UPI) - The South Vietnamese government command reported today that heavy combat in Kontum Province is rounding out its first month, with no end in sight. It reported minor fighting in Pleiku province in the Central Highlands. All-day skirmishing Monday near Kontum, 260 miles north of Saigon, killed 10 Communist troops and wounded six government soldiers, the command said. The Saigon command said one Communist soldier was killed shortly before midnight on Monday in an exchange of small arms fire eight miles north of Pleiku and about two miles west of Highway 14, which joins Pleiku and Kontum. Pleiku is 30 miles south of Kontum. A command spokesman also SEE KNOXVILLE "MONEY STORE" July 6, 1973 Galesburg Register-Mail Raw Sugar and Vitamin* Natural roods. OIU. riouri, Sold At... 330 E. Main, Knoxville 2 FULL TIME Watchmakers Clockmakers TO HELP YOU TONCEY'S in Abingdon WE NOW HAVE BRUCE PARRICK A Graduate Horologist TO HELP US & To Help You said in reply to questions at the daily press briefing that further prisoner releases have been delayed by the Saigon command's request for a change in procedures. Asked why there should be any change in the procedures used in February and March, when 26,511 Communist prisoners of war were released, (plus 235 who elected to remain on the government side) and 4,965 government POWs were First Woman Chaplain In U. S. History WASHINGTON (UPI) - On Sunday, Florence Dianna Pohlman was ordained a Presbyterian minister. Monday she became the first woman chaplain in the history of the U.S. military. Miss Pohlman, 32, was sworn into the Navy at a brief Pentagon ceremony. Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt, chief of naval operations, did the honors, designating her a lieutenant junior grade. Miss Pohlman, who is from San Diego, Calif., will start her three-year Navy service by attending Navy chaplain's school at Newport, R.I., for eight weeks. She will then be assigned to the Naval Training Center at Orlando, Fla. "I am very pleased to be in this very honored position," the smiling minister told Zumwalt at the ceremony. released (plus 65 who remained with the Communists), the spokesman said conditions such as weather have changed. "We are still considering whether Loc Ninh Is safe," he said. The air strip was dry there in February and March but since then the rainy season has set in, making the air strip a dubious proposition for heavy transport planes. It is 75 miles north of Saigon. The spokesman also said that at the other site, Quang Tri City, 404 miles north of Saigon, releases last time were made on the north, or Communist, side of the Thach Han River. This time the command wants the releases on the south, or government, side of the river, I the spokesman said. He did not elaborate, but military sources noted that last time, the Saigon command claimed a group of its military policemen were detained on the Communist side of the Thach Han. Bombers Pound 1 Enemy Targets PHNOM PENH (UPI) - U.S bombers pounded suspected Communist targets within 15 miles of Phnam Penh late Monday and early today in what residents described as the heaviest such raids in at least a wcxiu Most of the strikes, official sources said, came within 20 miles north, south end east of the capital. It was the 119th consecutive day of U.S. bombing in Cambodia, the only country in Indochina with no formal cease­ fire agreement. Catmbodian military authorities said bodies of 20 Commu nists were found after American strikes 15 miles south of the capital. Military men told newsmen the raids were carried out by Fill fighter bombers flying out of Thailand THANK YOU Our sincere thanks and appreciation to everyone for their expressions of sympathy, flowers and gifts; and the many acts of kindness extended to us during the time of the loss of our son and loved one. These will long be remembered. RUSSEL & VADAS SHAVER and FAMILY In Washington, the Pentagon announced a 30 per cent increase in the number of U;S. air strikes in Cambodia— from 150 to 200 per day—since the middle of last week. The increase brings the U.S. bombing level in Cambodia to its April-May level after a drop to 150 at the beginning of this month. The Cambodian miltiary command also announced the safe arrival of 104 trucks loaded with rice and wood and 34 smaller vehicles Monday in convoy from the deepwater port of Kompong Som. This indicated, sources said, that Highway 4 to the sea remains open. Communist troops burned down 2,050 houses in small villages south and east of the provincial capital of Kompong Speu in the past month, the command said, ~;nd refugees from the burned villages 32 to 35 miles southwest of the capital have been moving up Highway 4 to Phnom Penh. The command reported "light" ground contact on the fronts around Phnom Penh and sources said government troops on tha front moved back to allow American warplanes freedom of movement to carry out their strikes. ; Legal Notice Knox County Zoning Resolution PUBLIC NOTICE State of Illinois ) )SS County of Knox ) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all,persons in Ontario Township, Knox County, Illinois that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, July 18, 1973 at 2:00 p.m. in the Board room, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, relative to a request for a zoning variance to allow a 35-foot and a 40-foot reduction in set back requirements of the "B-2" Highway Business district on the following described property. Lot 6, and Lots 7, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 in the Resubdivi- sion of Original Lots 7, 9 and 10, Block 12, Original Town of Oneida, Illinois, Township 13 North, Range 3 East of the Fourth P.M., Ontario Township, Knox County, Illinois, as the result of a petition by Anderson State Bank, Oneida Illinois, which petition is on file in the office of the below nam ed Board and open to inspection by the public. All interested persons are in vited to attend this hearing and be heard, or they may submit comments on this matter in writing to the office of the be low named Board, or both. KNOX COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Knox County Zoning Department Knox County Courthouse Galesburg, Illinois Ralph Hawthorne, Chairman Dated this 28th day of June 1973, at Galesburg, Illinois. Knox County Zoning Resolution PUBLIC NOTICE State of Illinois ) )SS County of Knox ) TO WHOM IT MAY CON CERN, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in Sparta Township, Knox County Illinois, that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, July 18, 1973 at 2:00 p.m. in the Board room, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois relative to a request for a conditional use to allow the use of premises for a sanitary landfill in the "F" Farming district on the following described property: 220 acres, more or less, described as follows: the Southeast Quarter (SE ',4) of the Northeast Quarter (HEY4) and the\Eaist One- half (EMO of the Northeast Quarter (NEV*) of the Northeast Quarter (NE'/a) of Section 22; the East One- half (E%) of the Southeast Quarter (SEU) of Section 15; the Southwest Quarter (SW 1 /*) of the Northwest Quarter (NW^A) of Section 23; end the Northwest Quarter (NWy4) of the Northwest Quarter (NWV4) of Section 23, all located in Township 12 North, Range 2 East of the Fourth P.M., Sparta Township, Knox County, Illinois, as the result of a petition by the Landfill Committee of the Knox County Board, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Dlinois, which petition is on file in the office of the below named Board and open to inspection by the public. All interested persons are invited to attend this hearing and be heard, or they may submit comments on this matter in writing to the office of the below named Board, or both., KNOX COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Knox County Zoning Department Knox County Courthouse Galesburg, Illinois Ralph Hawthorne, Chairman Dated this 27th day of June, 1973, at Galesburg, Illinois. i-ao 89-10 31-35 Knox County Zoning Resolution PUBLIC NOTICE State of Illinois ) )SS County of Knox ) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in Galesburg Township, Knox County, Illinois, that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, July 18, 1973 at 2:00 p.m. in the Board room, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois relative to a request for a zoning change from an "F" Farming district to an "M" Restricted Industrial district on the following described property: The East 20 rods of the West 40 rods, of the North 40 rods of the Northwest Quarter (NWV4) of Section 25, Township 11 North, Range 1 East of the Fourth P.M., Galesburg Township, Knox County, Illinois, as the result of a petition by Dennis Mason Construction Company, 202 South Division Street, Knoxville, Illinois, which petition is on file in the office of the below named Board and open to inspection by the public. All interested persons are invited to attend this hearing and be heard, or they may submit comments on this matter in writing to the office of the be* ow named Board, or both. KNOX COUNTY ZONING rwotdT BOARD OP APPEALS Knox County zoning Department Knox County Courthouse Galesburg, Illinois Ralph Hawthorne, Chairman Dated this 27th day of June, 1973, at Galesburg, Illinois. Knox County Zoning Resolution PUBLIC NOTICE State of Illinois ) )SS County of Knox ) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in Persifer Township, Knox County, Illinois, that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, July 18,1973 at 2:00 p.m. in the Board room, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, relative to a request for a conditional use to allow the location and residential occupancy of a mobile home in the "F" Farming district on the following de scribed property: The West 100 acres of the Northwest Quarter (NWy^O of Section 26, Township 11 North, Range 3 East of the Fourth P.M., Persifer Township, Knox County, Illinois, as the result of a petition by Mr. Giles E. Sailer, 642 West Grove Street, Galesburg, Illinois, which petition is on file in the office of the below named Board and open to inspection by the public. All interested persons are Invited to attend this hearing and be heard, or they may submit comments on this matter in writing to the office of the below named Board, or both. KNOX COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Knox County Zoning Department Knox County Courthouse Galesburg, Illinois Ralph Hawthorne, Chairman Dated this 27th day of June, 1973, at Galesburg, Illinois. Knox County Zoning Resolution PUBLIC NOTICE State of Illinois ) )SS County of Knox ) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in Rio Township, Knox County, Illinois, that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, July 18, 1973 at 2:00 p.m., in the Board room, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, relative to a request for a conditional use to allow the location and residential occupancy of a mobile home in the "F" Farming district on the following described property: Part of the Northeast Quarter (NEy«) of Section 34, , Township 13 North, Range 1 East of the Fourth P.M., Knox County, Illinois, more particularly bounded and described as follows': Commencing at the Northwest corner of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 34 as the point of beginning of the tract 0* land to be described; thence N 89* 01' E along the North line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 34 a distance of 495 feet, thence S 00° 00* parallel to the West line of the Northeast Quarter of section 34 a distance of 214.50 feet, thence South 89* 01' W parallel to the North line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 34 a distance of 231 feet, thence S 00* 00' parallel to the West line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 34 a distance of 1435.50 feet, thence S 89* 01' W parrallei to the North line of (ho Northeast Quarter of said Section 34 a distance of 264 feet to a point on. the West line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 34, thence N 00' 00' along the West line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 34 a distance of 1650.0 feet to the point of beginning; containing 11.14 acres, as the result of a petition by Mr. Jesse L. Girdler, Rio, Illinois, which petition is on file in the office of the below named Board and open to inspection by the public. ' *VV All interested persons are invited to attend this hearing and be heard, or they may submit comments on this matter in writing to the office of the below named Board, or both. KNOX COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Knox County Zoning Department Knox County Courthouse Galesburg, Illinois Ralph Hawthorne, Chairman" Dated this 28th day of June, 1973, at Galesburg, Illinois. Galesburg, IU. Classified Advertising BABYSITTER wanted in my home, 5 day* w«ek. » moftth ©ftl baby. Call after 8 P.M. 34S-S4M. Dial 343-7181 OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Friday— _ 8 A.M.-4:30 p,[ Saturday ....^...s A.M.-3 P.: TRANSIENT CASH RATE Effeetiv* March 1, 1971 7-day* l B.ai I 6.13 I 6.78 7.84 4 'daya 3.71 4.49 834 l'day 1.80 148 Blind Ad Charier* 806 Card of Thanlu. In Mamorlam. Lodge NoUces. Other Notices, 1 Inch or leas—88.78. CASH RATE—Appllei when ad la paid within 8 days from date of last insertion. Card of Thanks— 1 THANK YOU to my friends and relatives who remembered me with cards, flowers and gifts, also visit* during my recent stay at •the Cottage Hospital and since returning home. A special thank you to Dr. Hlckerson, Jr., Or Behrenta and Associates. And the nursing staff on second west for their wonderful care. Dorothy Cramer Qilson, 111, WE WISH to express our deep sp J ireclation and thanks to all wh n any way aided us during m; Illness and In the hosplU Thanks to the Doctors and nurs^ es, our minister and ail of our friends for the many cards, flowers and food. A special thanks to friends who took me to the hospital dally and others who did errands for me. Mr. St Mrs. Jsmes C. Runyon In Memorlam—2 McCULLOUGH. Blanch* — In me mory of our loved one who pass ed away 4 years ago today, July 3, 1989. For memory Is a golden chain That links us till we meet again Her Family Notices - Lodge-J ATTENTION MASONS School of instruction. Sunday, July 8, 1973, Galesburg Masonjo Temple. Instruction , by the Board of Grand Examiner*. 8:30 a.m. to 4 pan. AU Master Masons invited. Cotte* and doughnut* 7:30 »m. to 8:30 *.m. Free lunch at noon. . W. M. Pumfrey. D.D.G.M. Notices • Special - Personal- REDUCE excess fluids with Flu! dex — Lose weight with Dex-A Diet capsule* -at W*st Drug PREGNANT and NEED HELP? Call Birthright 343-4913 DRINKING PROBLEM?'Willi.to ao something about It? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 34a-817«, U hours. Confidential. Child Car e -ll BEbtABttB BABMlTgR '' woman preferred. , Warned. Older 809 Pine., *TORVB 66 K CHILD CARE CENTER 389 N. Kellogg Hourt: 8:30 to 6:00. Air Conditioned 342-3080 Help Wanted-Male-U WANTED — Construction workers to he^p_ build puU tygt^ barns; also foftmiji oyer crew, call 878-3388 evening! construction OPPORTUNITY 8800 per month guarantee to start. No experience necessary. International JS*lf * jOrjtani**- tion. .contact R. BILDERBACK (309) 688-8818. JULY 3 & 4 PART TIME bartenders, 3 or 3 night* a wttk. SP.M. to 1 A.M. Ideal for second income, experience preferred but not necessary *s we wUl train proper person. Northiate Lounflj 343-8845 before 8 P.M. 342-8415 alter 7 P.M. Ask for Jack Enes. WORK for a year 'round home manufacturer. Carpenter crews and carpenters wanted. AIM can us* apprentice carpenters. Call 319-388-M79. MANAGEMENT Trainee. SSlee and Administration. Success oriented Individual who likes to « et things done. 86.000. Call Tom tittle, 348-1113. 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 — 343-3310. PRODUCTION Control. Take charge of getting order* to customers on time. Great benefits. 88,400. Call Tom Wittle, 343-1112. Wittle, Pryor St Smith Personnel. INTELLIGENT PERSONABLE HELP NEEDED. Age not a question. Make full income. Car helpful. Call 343-2106. An equal opportunity employer. MANAGEMENT Trainee. Banking. Move to Commercla or Installment officer in six months. Some experience. $7,300. Call Tom Wittle, 343-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. Lost and Found—« S3S REWARD *>r,r**sUr«dW|d A \vhlte. 2-year-old St. Bernard. Lost between Alexis and Gerlaw. Answers to "Brutus." Can collect 483-3837. . LOST in Giant's or A *P Store or parking lot on East Main Saturday. June 30, yellow gold lady/ watch with brown suade band Seward." 1036 S. Broad. 342-5871. DOG FOUND — Young male Irish SetterT no tags. Phone 343-0490 839 REWARD for information or re- vxm of my Tommy Armour putter. Harv Kalln, 80 N f Ivan Ave.. 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 lie 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 343-0078 DOG FOUND — In Knoxville, juno 30, adult miniature male Phone 309-289-2878. Business Service— 7 JULY SPECIALS Hoofing, new and repairs — Foundations — Chimneys — Painting, exterior-interior. Free estimates. V-6 GMC truck en- S ine, runs good. 343-0437. G. A. impson. TREE cutting, roofing, general haulinf. Call 343-2906. Reasonable rate*. Insured. WANTED — Lawnmowers. ail makes and models to repair Including riders. Also all' coolod engines. Reasonable rates. r»"> aervlce. Can pick up In Gales- bur*. 342-8234. ELLISON'S „ , Refrigeration * Appliance Service J-J PAINTERS Free Estimates. References. Ph. WILLIE JONES 342-6038 ALL TYPES Homo Repair — Car©entry, cement work, tucking, Bent waterpr^finr roofing, stuttering. Free estimate*. Work guaTanteed. Albert B/tfg*. Con frYctor. 342-1941. M3-343J. B&R CARPET SKKVlCE New Se Used Installed. Repairs — All Kinds, 342-4650 ROOFING ana chimney repair. Ail 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, 342 2574. WEED .MOWING 343-5949 PAINTING Interior or Exterior. For free estimate* call 342-3998 anytime. Fully Insured. Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 "DUT CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is ac tually extracted, not just sur /ace cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long dry lnj? period. Ron's Steamllner, 342 4232. WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 CITYWIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL We furnish metal containers for apts., business offices, stores and factories. 1 cubic yard thru 60 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. Moving - Storage-* STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage . Grand and Penna.—343-9149 Child Care-10 RELIABLE babysitter wanted days, your home, new baby. Writ* Box 913, care Galesburg Register-Mail, including references. The CLASSIFIED Number. . . 343-7181 SALES Assistant: Person In feed' sales to assist District Manager."' Career Spot. 110,600 plua benefits.,, Call Jim Scattorgood, 342-1112,. Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel, Ll Declare Your Independence ARE YOU TIRED OF: & Lack of Financial Security? £ Not Getting Ahead in Life?; ir Lack of Future? START NOW: # In a Local Territory with an International company in Sales earning $10,000, $12,000, $15,000, $20,000 and more this year based on your qualifications. ir Complete training program at company expense. # Guaranteed 1 n c o m e to start—$175 a week. In Sales Calling primarily on business & professional people during business hours, •sir Fringe benefits, pension program, hospitalization plan. TO QUALIFY: ft Good Character ft Bondable •jJr Own Good Car ft 21 Years and over YOUR FUTURE STARTS TODAY —TAKE THE BIG STEP NOW CALL COLLECT MIKE HESTER 762-8811 Monday, Tuesday—9 to 6 p.m. An Equal Opportunity Company Sales Manager Large Home Study School training exclusively for Civil Service examinations needs an experienced in-home sales manager to hire, train and supervise new field representatives. This position will begin in northern Illinois and if the man hired is successful, has national potential. Salary, expenses, over-write. If you are a ualified and can get the job one, call or write Mr. Dawson, (309) 347-4121. Lincoln Service, Inc. 2211 Broadway Pekin, Illinois 61554 SCHOOL supply manufacturer baa** opening for sales-service man in** the Quad-City area. Automobile,*' furnished, salary open. Will ins? tervlew in Davenport, la.. July**, 10 Sc. 11. Send resume ta'-J.'N,*! Roberts, Regional Sales Manager,*, WesUb. Inc., Suite 102, p*tfoo**< Plaza Bank. Olathe, Kansas 8SQ61.*? SECURITY Guards. 3 openjnn on* 3rd shift, 2 part time openlng|T«« Must be 21 years of ago, a^Lirtq* furnish acceptable work; and BQ,M lice records. Apply in Per son. ^ Guard Office. Midwest MfgT Ito!* 9 P.M.. Tuesday, Wednesday and?' Thursday. ' Midwest MlETgM (Continued on Page |$)' w |

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