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Thursday, July 5, 1973
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Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT UttfAl Address: SlO N. Timbft* St, rogram Given For Band Play In Knoxville KNOXVILLE - The Kim- vilJe bifid concert tonight in the park will include March of the Overture, Bugler'i Holktay, Alley Cat, Semper Fidelis, Those , , , Days of Summer, Tall Cedars, Phantom Lake, Brazil, Killing Me Softly, Mandni Medley, The Rambler, and Star- Spsngled Banner. The music starts at 7:30. ^^^^^^^^ Mr. and Mr*. Wallace Howarter and sons, David and Nathan, Santa Maria, Calif., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur ttwarter and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Grindle returned to their home in Florida after a visit with relatives in Knoxville and Galesburg. Three Persons Gotesbur ABINGDON Three area persons were hurt in farm accidents Tuesday at the Max Thurman farm. Thurman, rural Maquon, suffered a severe burn to his left eye when a hose, spraying am* mcnia" fertiliser, split. His son, Ronnie, also received minor burns from the fertilizer. Pat Bauer, rural St. Augustine, suffered a back injury when he leaped from his tractor after the hose broke. He was struck in the back by (he wheel of the tractor. He thought the machine was out of gear, he said. Nine boys of Boy Scout Troop 240 participated in a canoe trip down the Spoon River from Da- hirjda to the Wolf Covered Bridge last week. The trip was part of a weeklong catmpout at Fellheimer Camp of the Prairie Council Scouts. Lawrence Thurman, one of the scouts, received his rifle badge and will help on the council staff for the remainder of the camping season. Others attending from Abingdon were Troy Andrews, John 111 Farm Accidents f |Mark Revaluing Attempt to Slow Rate of Inflation Galesburg, 111. Classified Advertising NfiW YORK (UPt) revaluation of The the Dial 343-7181 orricfi HOURS: Monday through Friday—. ^ . m 8 A.M.-4:30 P.M. Saturday S A.M.-3 P.M. Btiitoeis 8fefvtoe~-t J-J PAINTERS Free Estimates, HeferencGs. Ph. WILLIE JONES 342-6036 tfctp Wanted • Ma1e~ll MRS. GERALDINE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: RFD Augustine 2477 recent Geranan mark by 5.5 per cent reflects not only the joint floating arrangement but Ger* many's determination to slow its rate of inflation, says Lionel D. Edie & Co. German B&R CARPET SERVICE New & Used Installed. Repairs — All Kinds. 342*4950 Card of Thanks—1 ROOFING and chimney repair. All work guaranteed and insured. 20 years experience. 342-0247. GROWING corporation aeeking, maintenance man for expanding* department. Hydraulics know-« ifag^a plus! $8,320 plua fa#MMs.» Call Bob Tilton. 342-1112, Wittle,' Pryor St Smith Personnel. J INTELLIGENT PERSONA BLfi? HELP NEEDED. Age not A ques-* tlon. Make full income, caf helpful. Call 343-2106. An equal opportunity Employer. t WISH to thank A.S.C.S. personnel _. committee for the party held at the time of my retirement. Trie •H» ir™* rvnintv PAINTING-Exterior and interior. SCHOOL supply manufacturer ha* 'SX? ^SiSK WaUpaper hanging, airless spring opening for sales-service man in J}? 1 ™i JflSffi farm buildings. Fences. Insure!, tfie Quad-City area. Automobile gtfta from the present and past " " the A.S.C.S.. TMu and S.C.S. offices personnel of Carter, Tim Courtier, Gerald Landon, Larry Harpman, John Shinn, Kenneth Frye, Timmy Cunningham and Scoutmaster Martin Thurman. Bill Boyd of Henry, a former Abingdon resident, will appear on WQAD TV, Channel 8, Saturday at 1 p.m. The program will be "Quad City Yoirth" featuring the Henry County Youth Service Bureau. Boyd is the Henry County Service Director. The Abingdon High School band will present a concert today at 7 p.m. at the Abingdon Nursing Home. First Assembly of God Church will hold a new converts class Friday at 10 a.m. and Reach Out Teen Time Friday at 7 p.m. Circles of the were very much appreciated, _ . George M. Englund WilUsmsiieldJjiL xi^u^Ai * authorities are intent on curb- Memoaist ing ^ growth' of the money Church wiU meet Friday at 9:30 5U ppiy as well as domestic ^gg&wi a.m. The Medding Gtooto will demand, which they believe can to the many mends «^wi «ttvea be at the home of Mr* Robert be accomplished by curtailing Stone, the Clara Shafer Circle cx P° rts » the ^ Uer ***** at eta Wihner ^ &[ock market ha9 ^ Pendarvls and the Jean wol- dominated by ^ triumvirate ford Circle at the home of Mrs. 0 f tight credit, inflation and Clayton Larson. Watergate," but little attention Free estimate. Can after 5, 342 2574. WEED MOWING 343-5949 we would like to express our sincere appreciation ny friends and x tot their kindness and sympathy during our recent loss. Your help meant so very much to us. Tlie Family f i * • n r in li- Notices - Lodge—3 PAINTING Interior or Exterior. For *ree estimates call 342*3996 any* time. Fuliy insured, quad-City furnished, salary open. Will in terview in Davenport, ia. k July 10 & 11. Send resume to J. N. Roberts, Regional Sales Manager, Westab. Inc.. Suite 102, Patrons Plaza Bank, Olathe, Kansas 66061. SAt.ES: Mature person to train in tire business e perse . Some sales in any or St Smith Personnel, MASONIC rtCNIC — lions Shelter No, 1, Lake Storey, 6:30 P.M.. July 9* 1973.— Bring own tame service, covered dishes: meat and Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN ~ 342-0521 CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drv- has been given to the dynamics drlnk j ^gSS by'Tipta «md v«Mr. and Mrs. William Milton, <>/ the American economy or ? «AU fo«son. and th«ir SECURITY Guards, 3 openings on 3rd shift, 2 part time openings. Must be 21 years of age* able to furnish acceptable work and police records. Apply in person, Guard Office, Midwest Mfg., 7 td 9 P.M., Tuesday, Wednesday and TiTiurscifly ing period. Ron's Steamllner, 342- 1 DEPENDABLE young man IS or 19 1 years old, for full time carpet work. No experience necessary. Walt Bruner, W.M. Alpha Lodge Harry Simons, W.M. Vesper Lodge Greenfield, Ind., spent two days !!) e ™ ewed competitiveness of u ii -T i i «i i the dollar versus other currcn- here this week visiting their dM sayg grandmother, Mrs. Lucille Mil- m c . As a result, the firm says ]Nnll „ mt ten. "the investing public has 1 " 0 """ _ turned its back on the stock I LOSE WEIGHT wfeiy «nd **_tt WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 Phone 343-396 Special - Personal— I using st Parts blem Hitting B-52 Pilot Faces Possible Court-Martial WASHINGTON (UPI) - market, and equity prices have plunged to historical lows by most standards." with X-U Diet Plan. M.0O. He duce Excess Fluids with X-Pel. .00. Money Back Guarantee at Drug. Although an million investors estimated 3.5 liquidated i • 4 By LEROY POPE UPI Business Writer A NEW YORK (UPI) young professor in a Pennsylvania college decided recently to shift to a college in Colorado. Somewhat to his surprise he sold his Pennsylvania house almost overnight at a profit of $12,000 although he had owned it only four years. Business Today housing construction in May to an annual rate of 2.43 million units, the Commerce Department is sticking to its forecast that fewer units will be built this year than last year's 2.356 million. The reasons: by one-third. -Overbuilding i . * «e «~ OK California and gage rates up to 7.5 to 8.5 per The rapid rise in interest rates which has pushed mort- ., „ .,, t lt t 5)5 their entire stock holdings Air Force said today that a B52 during the first half of 1OT3, a pilot based in Thailand faces a recen t Sindlinger survey found possible court-martial for refus- ^ 6 .5 million individuals now Uiwwm y ing to fly bombing raids over intend to buy stoc iu w h en they %/ Cambodia. are certain the lows have been and water, sewers and fire and Charges were filed against seen, according to the Spear police protection. Dean Ramp- Capt. Donald E. Dawson, 26, of Market Report. The letter says of the National Home Danbury, Conn., an Air Force the Sindlinger studies cites "a Builders says growth and spokesman said. He said the gain in noninvestor confidence ecological restrictions may charges are being investigated and signs that June was the already have slashed the by the military equivalent of a first month of a mini recession. annual homebuilding potential g ran d jury. * . . . 4 TT "In 1974 the economy will be Dawson is assigned to U uptight against lto and PREGNANT and NEED HELP? Call BirthrIf ht 313-4913 DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do aomethintf about it? Let us help you help yourself. Phona 342-2179, 84 hours. Confidential. Lost and Found— 6 CITY WIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL W« furnish metal containers for apts., business offices, stores and factories. 1 cublo ynrd thru BO cubic yard sizes, We rent flatbed trucks or containers for one stop spring cleanup, remod- tllng or Honey Do special projects. Call low bidder Bill, 3421134. 24 years of experience. Moving - Storage-8 STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Pcnna.—343-0149 Child Care-10 PLANT MAINTENANCE MAN With experience in hydraulics, electrical and welding for plastic injection molding plant. Apply in person at the personnel office. H. O. Canfield Co., Inc., Llnwood Rd., Galesburg, HI. PART TIME help for weekends only. Apply In person. Pizza Hut, 896 W. Fremont. in parts few of » . M A uptight against its limits, and other P H° & B ** ln ? aU * nd ' . #h most of us will probably be He has been charged with u ht about the economy/' «nt, about » point .bov. . cvw ta ^ ^, *• «• **« » W > year ago the spokes- Market £^^05. The letter But he discovered that finding a house he could afford in the Colorado college community was a real problem. The young professor's experience is typical. Housing prices are going up so sharply in most parts of America that the average family has difficulty finding housing it can afford. The Census Bureau reported the median price of a new single family house at the end of April, 1973, was $32,800. Paradoxically, homebuilding showed a rather sharp decline in the early months of this year, although it picked up again In May, somewhat to the surprise of some industry forecasters. The prices of existing homes are up because few are for sale —less than 1 per cent of them, says the National Association of Home Builders. New construction of rental property, subsidized and unsubsidized, is at low level as more and more rental apartments are being converted to condominiums for sale. Rent control in various cities is the big reason for these conversions, says Daniel E. Berman in an article in the Compendium of Multifamily Housing. Berman said consumerism complaints, rent strikes, lawsuits and other social pressures were making the apartment rental business unpopular. Why endure these headaches, he asked, when condominium sales and operations are more profitable? In spite of the rebound of says the economy has been in a MAN'S Watch Lost—keit In wash room of Club Houea at Little Swan Lake July 4th between 4;30 M ™ 1 ™**.. "^renccs^ and 5:30 p.m. Please return to BABYSITTER wanted in RELIABLE babysitter wanted days, your home, new baby. Write Box 913. care Galesburg Register-Mail, including references, Administration Office or Phone Galesburg 342-3507 after & p.m.- Reward. for 3 children, 4 to 12 P.M. References, Own transportation. Ph. 343-844*. MIDDLE-AGED or retired man to work in service station 2 *10 p.m., 6 days. Must be honest and de- E endable. Contact Bob Lovell, ovell's Skelly, 9*3 E. Main. RADIATOR repair man. Will train. Olson's, 190 W. Main St Help Wanted - Female—12 _ L _ T .. P-WJ - v - _ | • | , L n IT _ •_ -_ i_ — WAITRESS wanted for « A.M. to 2 P.M. ahlft. Salary plus tips and meals. Experience helpful but not necessary. For app't. call The _____ Pantry. Abingdon, 402-2061. my homo FOR THE Secretary looking for fun Ac responsibility. Work with 125 REWARD for registered red Ac WILL DO babysitting In my home white, 2 -year-old St. Bernard, days. Weekly or oy the hour. Lost between Alexis and Gerlaw. Bablee welcome. F friendly team of employees^ in local firm. $350 plus benefits. Teresa 042-1112. Wittle, Pryor & Call Answers to "Brutus." Call collect 4A2-3227. LOST In Giant's or A St P Store or parking lot on East Main Saturday, June 30, yellow gold ladys watch with brown suade band. Reward. 1030 S. Broad. 342-5*71. |25 REWARD for information or re~ turn of my Tommy Armour putter. Harv Kalin, 00 N. Ivan Ave., 342-0078. DOG FOUND — In Knoxville, June 30, adult miniature male, Phone 309-2S9-2S78. location. Licensed. 343-7791. wanted in my home, 5 days week. 5 month old baby. Call after ft P.M. 342-8488. "BAlYSSnffiR RELTABL Wanted. Older woman preferred, ^203 Smith Personnel. orence Ave. | WANTED, girl for general office work. Empb"i» on bookkeeping and computer work, 40 hour week, fringe benefits. Airoly la cerson after 4 P.M. GAM Dis- lbutor, lnc» 343 S. Kellogf. Business Service—7 the WMJof picture is the rapid ^ idmissl0n ' Drying up of mortgage rise in costs and prices. The ,ua " oa funds as deposits in savings average price o! one-family Information about when the cyclical recovery that will peak and loan associations drop. The houses, including land, grew by charges were filed was not in 1974, but next year promises | ud Exterf a R _H 95 per cent mortgage not long 6.3 per cent last year and has immediately available. The ago so freely available in continued to rise this year. In spokesman said Dawson was Florida has vanished, and 90 the regions where housing the only one charged, and 85 per cent mortgages are demand is big, the Increases The Federally A f|l «Governor Announces rlans CHILD CARE CENTER 389 N. Kellogg Hours; 6 :30 to 8.00 Air Conditioned 342-3080 Help Wanted • Male—11 to be somewhat unpredictable because the economy will be at a turning point. oune painting Minor repairs Free estimate, call 462-3986, Abingdon. WANTED —* Man for janitor work, 0:30 P.M. to 11 P.M. ideal for third ahlft worker for second income. Apply The Pantry, Abingdon, 462-2061. "^SSLS^J^S&T^i I WAmTO: MM (23-40) prices. For free estimate call 343 0889. harder to find. says sharper. --Controls seeking to discour- Housing Authority age homebuilding in such states went up an average of 12 per as Delaware, California and cent between the third quarter Virginia. Authorities don't want of 1971 and the same quarter to have to provide more schools last year. Billy Graham Is By Alleged Tax Audit Block (UPI) WASHINGTON Evtaneelist Billy Graham says he is "completely mystified" by that White House KNOXVILLE "MONEY STORE July 6, 1973 Galesburg Register-Mail FULL TIME Watchmakers Clockmakers HELP YOU a report pressure was used to block an audit of his income taxes. "I have never asked for any intervention and I have not been aware of any intervention/ 9 the magazine Christianity Today quoted Graham on Wednesday as saying. Ousted White House Counsel John W. Dean in testified at the Senate Watergate hearings tot persons brought pressure on him to help stop tax audits that were being made on some otf President Nixon's friends. "I was told I was to do something about these audits that were being performed on two friends of the President, that they felt they were being harassed and the like," Dean testified Friday. He said he later saw a memo on which then Whit© House chief of staff H. R. Halkteman had written This has already been taken care of.'" The Washington Post reported two days previously Hhat the Senate committee had a memorandum that former White House aide John J. Caulfield had sent to Dean about tax audits on Graham and actor John Wayne, both close friends of Nixon. The Posit said the memo also had a routing slip addressed to Haldeman and his assistant, It said that Larry Higby. scribbled on the slip, in different were: do handwriting, "Next question: Can anything to help?" and "No, it's already covered." The committee ha9 not released any such memo. Tm completely mystified," the nuaigazine quoted Graham He is one of its saying contributing editors. Graham said that as far as he knows, audits on his returns have been settled in the local Asheville, N.C., crffice of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). He said all of his and his wife's assets are in a trust handled by a bank that also prepares his inoome tax returns. He said he is requesting the IRS to audit his account each year. Fourth Death From Fierv 1-70 Crash ST. LOUIS (UPI)-A fourth person has died from injuries sustained last Friday xughlt in a fiery crash on Interstate 70 in St Charles County. Ttie Missouri highway patrol said Columbus Wise, 54, Harvey, HI., died late Wednesday night at St. John's Mercy Hospital of severe burns. He was a passenger in a oar driven by Alfred Crumpton, 50, Kansas City, Kan. Crumpiton, his sister, Ada, 42, and Wise's wife, Mit* tie, 50, all died in the thra^car crash. For New 71-Mile Interstate JULY SPECIALS Roofing, new and repair* — Foundations — Chimney* — Painting, exterior-interior. Free estimates. V-6 GMC truck en- ine, rum good. 343-0437. G. A. imp son. assistant to manager of Installment Loan Dept. Write stating background, experience, education, and salary expectations to Box 914, care Galesburg Register- Mail. CLEANING lady one day a week in Knoxville, furnish own transportation. Phone 289-4860 titer 5 LOCAL prestige retaU concern wants gal to take charge of dept. St become buyer. $355 to start plus good bonus & all benefits. Call Teres* 342-1112. Wlttie. Pryor, Sc Smith Personnel. 3 WAITRESSES FOR THE LOUNGE : Must be 21 or older. Also 3 , waitresses for The Coffee Shop. . Pay and night shifts. Apply in person. May call for app't. 343-5151 Ask. for Mr. Peck THE fc position of Purchasing Agent rthe nd ap ceptod ln the City Manager's Of MAKE TOP PAY THE PLAYHOUSE WAY * 4 City of Galesburg is now open and applications will be ac-1 Demonstrate Toys and Gifts TREE haull f , rooting, general 343-2906. Reasonable cutting, roofln IUJ. < rates. Insured. CHICAGO (UPI)-^Gov. Daniel Walker today announced plans for construction of a 71- mile north-south interstate highway to link Waukegan and South Park Forest and to replace the controversial crosstown expressway in Chicago. The governor, said the proposed new highway would cost $293 million compared with more than $1 billion for the 20- mile crosstown. Walker also noted that under plans for the new highway, only 180 families would have to be relocated. He said 4,019 families would be forced to relocate should the crosstown be built. • 'The new highway will serve the rapidly growing suburban areas which are in desperate north-south route of crosstown funds available to 1**^5,^^ Ing riders. Also air cooled en- 99 Walker Fuel Shortage Fix-It Probe Abingdon NOW HAVE BRUCE PARRICK Graduate Horol HHP You ST. LOUIS (UPI) - The House subcommittee on special small business problems was scheduled to hold hearings today in St. lK >uis County on the effectiveness of efforts by the Nixon administration to aljevi- ate the fuel shortage in the Midwest. Rep. William L. Hungate, D- Mo. f a member of the subcommittee, will conduct the hearings. He will be joined by Rep. James W. Symington, D- Mo., a member of the House subcommittee on energy; subcommittee chairman Rep. Neal Smith, D-Iowa, and Rep. John McCollister, R-Neb., a subcommittee member. Among the witnesses called to testify at the hearings is Duke Ligon, director of the office of oil and gas on the Department of the Interior, logon's office is administering the voluntary oil allocation program. Hungate said, (i The hearings give him (Ligon) the opportunity to meet face-to - face with individuals and hear their complaints and then explain how his office proposes to deal with these problems." need of a through the suburbs, said. "It will also provide a route to decrease the flow of traffic into the center city, thereby relieving pressure on the existing expressways." The governor said public hearings already have been held on the proposed interstate route. Walker said the highway had originally been conceived as a state freeway and that hearings and planning had been in the worjes for several years. Transportation Secretary Langhome Bond appearing with the governor at a news conference, said that with federal approval planning and studies could be completed in time to allow construction to begin in 1975. The proposed route would go west from Waukegan to Grayslake, then south, skirting Arlington Heights, Schaumburg, Glen EUyn, Lombard, Downers Grove, Lockport and New Lenox. r Walker reiterated his opposition to the crosstown expressway, a project supported by Chicago Democrats and the organization of Mayor Richard J. Daley. Asked if transportation problems could at 3ny point make the crosstown, as conceived by Chicago backers, a necessity, Walker said that though he could not speak for succeeding governors, there would be no crosstown while he holds the position of the state's chief executive. use within the city of Chicago. He said it is a sure thing that federal law would allow these funds to be used for road repair within the city, and predicted some of the money also would be freed to help bail out the financially distressed Chicago Transit Authority. He said that should legal problems arise in application of crosstown funds to the OTA, the legislature would be willing to pass legislation which would free the money for CTA use. Both Walker and Bond paint­ work tU December _ Weekly pay — S&H Green Stamps* mancnt, fuU-time position with a No deliver] _ •alary range from $003 to $1102 No experience necessary per month. The work is super- « all v .* m- cu-orm visory and technical ln nature CaU » »™ f 2* 4 Including reeponsibUity for cen- Janet 310-754-5218 gines, Reasonable rates. Fast service. Can pick up in Galesburg. 342-5234, tral purchasing activities in accordance with legal requirements end departmental policies and for the development, installation, and maintenance of purchasing systems, Hie person should have ex- ELUSON'S Refrigeration & Appliance 342-2567 ervice -1 CLEHK-typist town office. The CLASSIFIED Number. .. 343-7181 including the preparation of specifications; graduation from a perience ln large-scale purchasing, spec standard high school, supplemented by ooUege level course work in procurement, business, or pubUc administration FIND AREA POSITIONS (PARTIAL LISTING) Industrial Relations f 12,000 Accountant. Industrial $12,000 Banking, Operations VJ». „fl2,000 Executive Accountant ill.000 ed the proposed crosstown as a highway link constructed solely for the benefit of truckers at of thousands of the expense families. "It is significant, I believe, that nine miles of crosstown will pay for 55 miles of normal interstate. I would call that difference spectacular," Walker said. "Let them (Chicago city officials) take that money that they would otherwise have put into the crosstown and let them put that into the CTA/' Walker said. Dinner Party ThrowsHenrv C m TT • - Purchasing, Indust, from $10,000 SeW rlUS xLtllt industrial Kianagement $10,000 UVWA Am.!*** Production Control $9,600 wanted for down-' 5}a day week. Pleas- , ant working conditions. Qppor-, tunlty for advancement. Start, $375. Permanent. Good frlngo benefits. Reply Box 012 c/o Gales- > burg Register -Mail. / ATTENTION: House of Lloyd needs, toy demonstrators from now to* December. No investment. No collecting. No delivery. Car ncc-v essary. weekly commission pay! checks plus jy commission P Green Stamps. Call 309-708-2076, or write Janice Management, Janitorial $9 ,600 Management, Finance $9 ,600 Industrial Supervision $9 ,600 Mgt. Trainee. Restaurant $7,200 Banking Trainee - $7,2< nps. J a n Totten, RtV 3, Monmouth, 111. HIRING NOW Demonstrators & Supervisors for SANDRA HOME SHOWS. Comm. to 26%. Company handles paperwork. DUvy, Coll. Pick Your Kit from over 280 Gifts Se Toys, No Investment. Call Jan collect (309) 699-5839 or write 320 Brookview, East Peoria, 111. 61611 (Include Phone No.) I Assistant Office Manager $7,2001 SUPPLEMENT your Income lite S Mgt. Trainee, Small Store —$7,200 Sell Mgt. Trainee, Lai itore -$7,2i AVON. Sot your own hours, they can be either Day time and/or Call Tom WiWe, 342-1112 Evening. Call 342-1622 or write Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel AVON MANAGER, P.O. Box 1385, WANTED ~ Construction workers Galeaburg, 111. 61401. to help build puU type bams; TOP WAITRESS job available for right person. Must be over 21, reliable, neat and dependable... CaU 343-8645 before 5 P.M.; 342-,. 6415 after 7 P.M., ask for Jack Enes, Northgate Lounge. » ATTRACTIVE ladies with nice fig? ures and personalities wanted for w sales positions with international,, company, Good salary. Call Miss* Brown for app't., 342-0104. * PROFESSIONAL office seeking em> ployee, ago 25 to 35. A challeng-, ing poslUon with good salary and^ benefits. Please, send complete* resume with references. \Vrite«v Box 909, care Galesburg Register-*Mail, Nat'l. Cor ^^ c y~''"^^ DUTCHMA1D Fashions — Join a £rWA ciyi — world of fun, fashion and money.; also foreman over construction crew. Call 675-3336 evenings. OPPORTUNITY - n $800 per month guarantee to start. No experience necessary. International Sales Organization. Contact R. BILDERBACK for interview. Peoria collect (309) 685-8515. JULY 3 & 4 4 to fl p.m VARIETY OF FINE JOBSl Partial Listing M.E.—Fee Paid „..$20,000 I.E.—Nat'l. Corp. $ Plant EAngr. Tool Design—Fee Paid ,„_^.$ll,000 Draftsman—Arch, or Mech, $10,000 Diesel Mech.—^No Tools. $9,0 Warehouse Foreman—Growl-. II year 'round home 319-355-5379. TE: land Pattern Orders 41* ract to New York. Watch ad- dresa below. Ordeig w !U NOT be accepted el Galesbuvg aewa* Walker his said construction of interstate would proposed leave a surplus of $515 million $AN CIJEMENTE, Calif. (UPI) — Henry Kissinger can sally forth, with the nerve of a hangman, to outmaneoiver wily and obstinate wdHd figures, tinker with history and putter with the nuclear power Woes. ; He would have you believe, however, that he comes unstrung when :faced witti social projects that Perle Mesta would have dismissed with a laugh. That 's whajt he says, facing ^ the task of arranging a posh i^? 1F our 0 sEw AND KNIT book dinner in Bpverlv Hills Fridav inspire you to create and save. SERVICE station mechanic wanted, ainner in ceyeny xuus rriuay I fi U5tratlonf| dlr « c ti 0 rui for a Apply in person only. No nights night COT Huang Chen, the wardrobe to sew, plus a ward- or Sundays. Excellent salary tor rnnVmtr rhinpoA svnrARPnfeitivP £ ob ? knlt * ^ boo £ kwhideg a right man. Contact Ray Rose TditKing oninese represenrcauve basic tissue pattern that you ad- conco — 342-3310. to the United States. fc 16 *.,, 14 ? yo 4i' own ™««urements. , - _ You U love it. "It drives me OUt Of my Send $1.25 TODAY for our New fmind " •Ki^iragpir sairl "OIVP S 5 W AND KNIT Book to Laura mona, nissulgtr saia uive v/neeler, Galesburg Register-Mail, me a good negotiation. I lose Needlecraft Dept., Box 161, Old „ 1 ^*„„\„sr u,« ~. T/N „i y W L Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y. my COOl planning the guest llSt 10 oll. Print Name of Book, Voui and sieatiniff " ' Naws, Address, zip. ^. . I' ^ . AU Nsw for 19731 PaeWon-lnsplrad This IS the Second Week ln a Needlecraft Catalog ~ more knit row that Kissinger has had to ^l}^ 1 ^^^..™ itc entertain a foreign diplomat WEWl Instant Money Book — make . ... lt _ lir °, 1 llrt »i extra dollars at home from your visiting the Western White craits ~ - $1.00 House. Last Friday was a'^^J ».;;::::;:JlSi{ dinner at Chasens in Los instant Macrame Book $1.00 1 * ^ i £ u ™ Inslant Gift Book $1.00 I Angeles for French Foreign compiei* Afghan Book $1.00 MinisW' Miched Jobp-rt 16 JH1 v Ru 9* Book 5Uc ivjuu5i,»r ivncjtoi uuDert. 12 PrUfl Afghans Book 50c Quill Book—16 Patterns BOc READ THE WANT ADS! I ""a'uuu SwfiW::::: Toe Show and sell Dutchmald clothing. Quality plus! CaU or write Mary A. Hendricks, Rio, 111, 61472. Tool & Dle-tocai, Daya to.OOO' Phone 872 - 2682 Auto e ^c^,?^ce &i »r ™"".^;ooo|Help Wanted - Male, Female—13 Call Bob Tilton, 342-1113 Wittle, Pryor St Smith Personnel ) AIKWAY COMPANY needs 2 am- 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. bltious young men or women to show their new Mark II on pre-; arranged app'ts. set by company.* No experience necessary, we will 1 train you. Potential earnings $8no* to $1200 a month. Must have car"; and phone. Either full or part;, time. For personal interview call. 342-2710, from 2:30 to 7:30 P.M. „ WORK for a jrvni.' iuuuu UUJUC — . —— . n—— — - - . manufacturer. Carpenter crews MOTEL wants management trainee, and carpenters wanted. Also can couple preferred, for occasional use apprentice carpenters, CaU relief, part time, weekends. Experience not necessary. For app't. call 342-0109. in merchandising. Established re- person. ArbyVKoast Beef or Bur--* tail accounts. $77800 plua benefits, ger Champ, from 2jo 4 p.m. only, Call Jim Scattergood, 342-U12, DESK CLERK, full and part time. Wittle, Pryor Sc Smith Personnel. 3 to U P.M. or 11 P.M. to 7 A.M. shift. Apply in person. Hotel Custer. (Continued on Page 48) Help Wanted-Male-ll Help Wanted - Male—11 EXPERIENCED PARTS or COUNTER MAN needed for New Car Dealership Good opportunity for the right person. Reply to P.O. BOX 350, GALESBURG A' i .4

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