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4 Galesbur Knoxville Club Festival ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Horn* Address: 210 N. timber St. Phone 289-2816 Services Listed ABINGDON - The animal barn at the Fall Festival Grounds will be painted this month by Abingdon Kiwanis Club, members decided at a •*r *u t I meeting Monday. KnOXVllle Church | The painting will be done im mediately after the club's regu meeting KNOXVILLE - H«. k tot * |-J fiji Knoxville area: « Steve pf ° ,ich re P° rted to the ni ***** M nSS 8t tion J ud * e while at Boys State Rev. Larry ^^^ a f !l^*r!! SP ff 55 Congregational 5 ^ ere ^ rc J ! Abbe Lanes Lounge Church school at 9:30. The Abingdon Fire Depart ment was caUw* Wednesday at . - w u- iy ^2? 5 p.m. for a small roof fire at a Bassett, pastor. Worship serv- home near Lak< > Bracken; At ices at 8 a.m. Service will be an 6 firemen were called t0 . " A th Vic- the Robeft Elander farm . „ A . a 2 ?r l a machine shed burned. at little John Conservation Club. Church school at 9. damaged and tools and some straw were de- Lutheran — Lloyd Kitt- pietely covered by Insurance, laus, pastor. Worship at 10. Elander said. Church school Chapel Gateiburtf. ill, Classified Advertising Dial 343-7181 OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Friday— S A.M.-4.30 P.M. Saturday 8 A.M.-3 P.M. TRANSIENT CASH RATE Effective March 1, 1971 Business Service—t MRS. GERALDINE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Words 1-20 7-dayt 4-days 1-day I 1.00 I 5.31 31-25 I 6.13 I 4.20 Home Address: RED Augustine 2477 26-30 1 6.76 I 4.49 I 7.84 5.24 | 2.13 Later at 10 p.m. firemen were called to douse a car fire at Carroll club 41. Minor damage was re- Ochsner, pastor" Church school at 9. Firemen also put out a grass ,fire Thursday along 111. 41 near United Presbyterian - Dr. _ Stafford Weeks, pastor. Worship f ^ asp Fir A 1 HUT Church school at 9:45. VlCdSC"F llC IjUW Pilgrim Congregational — E. D. Lyon, pastor. Worship at 10. the Dean Cutlt of Abingdon. A new Christian Church in Cameron will be dedicated in services Sunday at 2:30 p.m. First Assembly of God Church will hold their bus ministry visitation Saturday at 10 a.m. The ball team will practice Saturday at 5 p.m. at the Main Street park. Baptismal services for mem- bens of the Berean Baptist Church will be held at the Colonial Baptist Church, 1232 W. Fremont St., Gatetourg, Sunday at 4 p.m. List Services Berean Baptist — Jloseph Wiser, pastor. Sunday athxA at :30. Junior church fend adult ronship at 10:30, Sermon: The liant Christian Life Perfect- Gilson Terpening Realized in Jesus Christ. Reported But Viet Killing Continues F rst Aiwmbiy of God-Ken i File, paator. Sunday school at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. Choir practice at 5. Youth group, Evening service, 1. Christian Church - DonaW Hogan, pastor. Church edwol 9:45. Worship at 10:50. Serm Message by Todd Tinkham. ted Methodist-Frank Deninger, pastor. Church school a 9:30. Worship at 10:46. Sermon That's It. Congregational — Kenneth Sdiultz, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:46. Ser mon: Turn for Healing of th< Sc'3* Sacred Heart—Joseph O'Connor Hunt, pastor. Saturday evening mass at 6. Sunday masses at 8 and 10. General Baptist — 3domes A. Jennings, pastor. Sunday school at 10. Worship ait 11. C.E. class at 6. Evening service at 7. Irish Americans Remain in Jail In Gun Probe WORTH (UPI) » pastor. Worship at 9. C h u r c h SAIGON (UPI) school at 10:15. Vietnamese military record South officials low reported a record low in Christian — Clifford ParKe,| Communist cease-fire today, but said 57 Communists mon: On Passing the Right were' killed in more heavy Church school at fighting near Kontum in the 9:30. Jehovahs Witnesses meeting scheduled. Watcl study at 9:30. A Fair- Man Gives Up After Promise Of Mental Help ST. LOUIS (UPI) banks, Alaska, man who held police in University City at bay for nearly two hours with two rifles, surrendered early today when officers promised him he would be given psychiatric treatment. Police identified the man as Glenn Milo, 26, who was quoted as saying he had been under psychiatric care in Fairbanks. Police said Milo went to the apartment of a girlfriend and refused to leave. When police arrived, they heard a number of shots fired inside the apartment, police said. The girlfriend, who was in the apartment during the episode, was not harmed. As heavily armed policemen wearing bullet-proof vests surrounded the apartment, other officers tried to persuade Milo to come out. Police Captains Joseph Davies and Frank Reich talked their way into the apartment and sat for a time, a cocked rifle pointed in their direction, before talking Milo into surrendering. Reich said he and Davies promised Milo that he would receive psychiatric care. After Milo gave himself up, he was taken to St. Louis County Hospital for psychiatric treatment. - •• • ' — t READ THE WANT ADS! Central Highlands. A communique by the Saigon command reported 47 Commu- ist-initiated incidents in the 24 hours ending ait 6 a.m. today, le fewest since the cease-fire began Jiaij, 28. The previous low ras reported Thursday when tie command reported 49 truce violations. Government; spokesmen did not comment on the reported drop in truce violations but in the past, they have declined to attribute any particular signifi- missing servicemen unre covered bodies a grand jury probing gun cance The command said 57 Com government A federal judge ruled Thursday that five Irish- On June 8, a Hanoi delegate's Americans must remain in attache case caught fire on the orison until return flight, inj uring seven people. Since then the U.S. . between the United delegation has insisted that all ^ mg oe ™ n tne umtett passengers sign a guarantee that they sre bringing no until the grand jury's term incendiary materials aboard, expires in November. The Hanoi delegation has u.S. District Court Judge Leo refused to sign on grounds that B ^ ordercd the {ive this requirement was a unilat- f (lffW _ „ . „. eral UA decision and — - known as ^ Fort Warth Blind Ad Charge—Wc Card of Thanks, In Memoriam, Lodge Notices, Other Notices, i inch or less—$2.75, CASH RATE—Applies when ad Is f iaid within 8 days from date of ast Insertion. Card of Thanks—1 PATTERSON, Harrison (Pat) — We wish to express our deep appreciation and thanks to all who in any way aided us during the illness and passing of our husband, stepfather and step-grandfather. A special thanks to Dr. J. B. Bronny, nurse Mrs. Fran Tilson, Rev. Gordon Peabody, all nurses and doctors at St. Mary's hospital, pallbearers, and all our friends for the many cards, flowers, food and memorial funds. May God bless each and everyone of you. Mrs. Harrison (Pat) Patterson Roger L. Carter David B. Carter John R. Rice Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ray (Carole) Perez Tammi and Nicole Notices - Lodge—3 ATTENTION MASONS School of instruction, Sunday, July 8, 1973, Galesburg Masonic Temple. Instruction by the Board of Grand Examiners. 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. All Master Masons invited. Coffee and doughnuts 7:30 ajn. to 8:30 a.m. Free lunch at noon. W. M. Pumfrey, D.D.G.M. Notices - Special - Personal—5 LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast with X-ll Diet Plan. S3.00. Reduce Excess Fluids with X-Pcl. $3.00. Money Back Guarantee at Osco Drug. PREGNANT and NEED HELP? Call BirtKright 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 J-J PAINTERS free Estimates. References. Ph. WILLIE JONES 342-6036 B&R CARPET SERVICE New & Used Installed. Repairs — All Kinds. 342-4680 ROOFING and chimney repair. All work guaranteed and Insured. 20 years experience. 342-0247. WEED MOWING 343-5949 PAINTING Interior or Exterior. For free estimates call 342-3996 any* time. Fully insured. Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 34E0S21 CARPET'CLEANING. Dirt Is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamliner, 3424232. Moving • Storage-* STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW I Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 ^ Child Care-10 Help Warned • Mtle-ll Help Wiflted. remittal* •-. - ; * - - - - - - M^H^N ^ .i .iii. urt Mill l' - in ni, WANTED Man for Janitor work, LOCAL prestige retail concern 6:30 P.M. to 11 P.M. ideal for third shift worker for second income. Apply The Pantry, Abingdon, 462-2061. wants gal to take charge of dept. & become buyer. |365 to start plus food bonus Be all benefits. Call Teresa 342-1112. Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel, WANTED: Man (23-40) to work as assistant to manager of Installment Loan Dept. Write stating background, experience, education, and salary expectations to Demonstrate Toys and Gifts Box 914, care Galesburg Register- work til December MAKE TOP PAY THE PLAYHOUSE WAY s&ft Green Stamps FINE AREA POSITIONS (PARTIAL LISTING) Industrial Relations $12,000 Accountant, industrial 612,000 Banking, Operations V.P. ..612,000 Weekly pay — NO delivering or collecting No experience necessary Call Estilie 6S4-2081 Janet 319-764-5216 Executive Accountant $11,000 1 CLERK-typist wanted for downtown office. 5Va day week. Pleas- Purchasing, Indust, from 610,000 Industrial Management $10,000 Production Control 69,600 Management, Janitorial 19,600 Management, Finance — 69,600 Industrial Supervision ..$9,600 ant working conditions. Opportunity for advancement start 6375. Permanent. Good fringe benefits. Reply Box 912 c/o Galesburg Register*Mail. RELIABLE babysitter wanted days, your home, new baby. Write Box 913, care Galesburg Register-Mall, including references. BABYSITTER wanted in my home for 3 children, 4 to 12 P.M. References. Own transportaUon. Ph. 343-8446. ^S^Sfci2f §toUrtnt --"fi'aoo SUPPLEMENT your Income - Sell Banking Trainee _ s $7,200 AVoN# Sct yo -fo 6wn hMlf8 , they Assistant Office Manager 67,200 Mgt. Trainee, Large Store -.67,200 Mgt. Trainee, Small Store —.$7,2 Call Tom Wittle, 342-1112 WitUe, Pryor & Smith Personnel WANTED — Construction workers to help build pull type barns; also foreman over construction crew. Call 875-3326 evenings. can be either Day time and/or Evening. Call 342-1622 or write AVON MANAGER, P.O. Box 1385, Galesburg, 111. 61401. TOP WAITRESS lob available for right person. Must be over 21, reliable, neat and dependable. Call 343-8643 before 5 P.M.; 3426415 after 7 P.M., ask for Jack Enes, Northgate Lounge. ATTRACTIVE ladles with nice fig VARIETY OF FINE JOBS! ParUal lasting M.E.—Fee Paid 820,000 I.E.—Nat'l. Corp. $15,000 Plant EAngr.—New Faciy. —815,000 D^tamfcrch. P or WdTlloIoMlPROf BSSIONAL off tee tMMnft «m Diesel Mech.-—No Tools. 89,000 Warehouse Foreman—Grow L.89,000 Tool 6e Die—Local, Days $9,000 Welder—Mig., Arc 68,500 Auto Mech.—Nice Boss $7,000 Call Bob Tilton. 342-1112 i ™™-ti**Ain v^ut^m Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel IDUTCHMAID Fashions ures and personalities wanted for sales positions with international company. Good salary. CaU Miss Brown for app't, 342-9104. ElOFESSIONAL office *eek_. p ..... ployee, age 25 to 35. A challenging posiUon with good salary and benefits. Please send complete resume with references. Write Box 909, care Galesburg Register- Mall. WILL DO babysiUing in my home days. Weekly or oy the hour. Babies welcome. Florence Ave. location. Licensed. 343-7791. BABYSITTER wanted in my home, 5 days week. 5 month old baby, Call after 5 P.M. 342-8480. 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 WANTED—Young man for office of local wholesale finn. Some typing and knowledge of calculators required. Good opportunity to move. A . . into management if desired. 5 1 MAN wanted Immediately for in — Join a world of fun, fashion and money. Show and sell Dutchmaid clothing. Quality plus! Call or write Mary A. Hendricks, Rio, 111. 61472. Phone 872-2682. 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 per- S3fe» N VIS! 2ft ? 84 7 5 MP Wanted - Male, Female-13 P.M. Ask for Jack Enes. WORK for a year 'round home manufacturer. Carpenter crews and carpenters wanted. Also can use apprentice carpenters. Call 319-355-5379. SALES Trainee: If you want to get ahead, company wiU train you in merchandising. Established retail accounts. $7,800 plus benefits. AIRWAY COMPANY needs 2 ambitious young men or women to show their new Mark II on prearranged app't*. set by company. No experience necessary, we will train you. Potential earnings $800 to 61200 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. CaU Jim Scattergdbd, 342-1112, FULL TIME or part time. Apply in Wittie. Pryor & Smith Personnel, person. Arby's Roast Beef or Bur- SERVICB station mechanic wanted. *% Q™?P; * r ?" 2 »> 4 P m » on f. Apply in person only. No nights LIVE IN help for elderly couple. or Sundays, Excellent salary for right man. Contact Ray Rose Conco — 342-3310. Nice home, help required for limited time. Phone 343-1526. joint one. New Floods Over, Twelve Dead nen dead and 20 wounded in ting Thursday six and seven miles west of Kontum, a provincial capital 260 miles north of Saigon. In a month of battle in the area, each side has accused the other of taking the offensive iand has threatened counterattacks. The Viet Cong warned Thursday that "if the opponent attacks us in one place we will not only counterattack them but may also strike them at other places." Elsewhere, military sources said four persons were killed and three wounded Thursday in four separate land mine explosions in Quang Nam Province, 320 miles north of Saigon. The four-party Joint Military from Team weekly Saigon to Hanoi and back was for the third cancelled straight menit between today week after the disagree- American and North Vietnamese delegations over safety procedures, the U.S. delegation said. The team's mission is to w They're Down Here (Not There!) THEY'VE SAID IT BEFORE — and they'll say it again: They're human being bankers. Not "ivory-tower" bankers. And they prove it. Every day. Not only in matters — but also in matters of manners. Like calling of policy you "friend" and not being "uppity." Which brings us to a small detail • but an important one, so small you've probably never even noticed it because it's kind of a key. A key to telling you exactly what kind of guys they really are. And all it is — is this: They say they're down here! So what's such a big deal about that? No big deal. But, if you've ever noticed, many bankers always refer to themselevs as being "up here." (In the "superior position.") They learned the psychology of that long time ago. But they reversed it. To "down here." At "The 'Money Store Bank." At "The 'Money Store' Bank". By United Press International New England has received at least a temporary reprieve from flooding that has left at least 12 persons dead and caused millions of dollars in damage. The rains left behind damage estimated at $60 million in Vermont and New Hampshire alone. There was flooding last weekend and this Wednesday and Thursday and at least one death has been attributed to the Five" sent to jail a year ago answer questions before the federal ^ grand jury. ^ Brewster said the men were supposed to spend 15 months in jail but they were freed for two months on an order from Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas. Even if the five remain in jail until November they will have served "four months less than they should have," Brewster said. be STRAYED or Stolen. Reward for Information on disappearance of a 2 yr. old Black Heifer. She left a month old calf. South Victoria vicinity. Earl E. Johnston, Victoria, 111. Phone 639-4247. MAN'S Watch Lost—Left In wash room of Club House at Little Swan Lake July 4th between 4:30 and 5:30, p.m. Please return to ' Administration Office or Phone Galesburg 342-3507 after 5 p.m.— Reward. $25 REWARD for registered red & white, 2-year-old St. Bernard. Lost between Alexis and Gcrlaw. Answers to "Brutus." Call collect 482-3227. [ LOST in Giant's or A & P Store or parking lot on East Main Saturday, June 30, yellow gold ladys watch with brown suade band. Reward. 1036 S. Broad. 342-5871. $25 REWARD for information or return of my Tommy Armour putter. Harv Kalin, 80 N. Ivan Ave., 342-0078. aurance debit route. No experience necessary. Guaranteed salary to $175 per week, top fringe benefits. Send resume to Box ftla, care Galesburg Register-Mall. for the City of Galesbur?;Is HoW| 0 LD ESTABLISHED FIRM opening! JJ ^£p$^& 57 S.^rry: day week, group insurance, tion, pension plan. Salary open. Write P.O. Box 1367, Galesburg, 111. THE posiUon of Purchasing Agent 4 MEN OR WOMEN NEEDED Immediately to learn new trade. No previous experience needed. AmbiUous and desire for higher income essential. Car helpful. 343-2106. An equal opportunity employer. open and applications will be accepted in the City Manager's Office until July 27; this is a permanent, full-time position with a salary range from $863 to $1102 per month. The work is supervisory and technical in nature, including responsibility for cen- COUNTER and bookkeeper want- tral purchasing actlviUes in ac-| ed, office experience necessary, new office — need 2 representatives fed up with poor wages. Wonderful money making opportunity. Write P.O. Box 295. Galesburg. An equal opportunity employer. cordance with legal requirements and departmental policies and for the development, installation, and maintenance of purchasing sys- 5 days a week. Prefer retired or eeml retired man. Apply in person, Cantrell Rental Service, Simmons & West. terns. The person should have ex- WANTED: Experienced Butcher for perience in large-scale purchasing, including the preparation of specifications; graduation from a standard high school, supplemented by college level course work In procurement, business, or public administration. Lacy Topper 6 laughter house, skinning both beef and hogs. $5 an hour starting wage. Call 484-5461. Bob's Locker Service, Altona, Illinois. SERVICE STATION HELP Vern's Standard, 780 W. Main Business Service—7 su urn However, the five can enaed by the next grand jury. If they refuse to testify again, they can be jailed for another 18 months. Attorneys for the five appeal to the are of 5th foul However, • Service the Nati said today that the cloud-gray skies over New England would give way to sunny weather for at least the next two days. There some still, that however, renewed could pose from e See Us. , . . where Customers Friends." The "Money" Store The Farmers National Bank Member F.D.I.C. Knoxville/ Illinois concern rains by Sunday further problems. Thunderstorms skipped across several scattered areas of the nation Thursday night and early today. An isolated storm buffeted Tucson, Ariz., Thursday night with winds in excess of 60 miles per hour. Humid air pushing inland the Gulf of Mexico touched off scattered thunderstorms in the eastern half of the nation. Three inches of rain doused Houston International Airport Wednesday night and marble-sized hail pelted Beaumont, Tex. Storms rumbled through Minnesota early today and a severe thunderstorm watch was in effect for portions of northern and central Minnesota. There was dry air in the West today, bringing cloud-free skies from the Pacific Coast to the Plains, though cloudy weather was the rule in Washington state, where there was some light rain. Ocean fog roiled over the Southern California coast early today, creeping into the coastal valleys. Early morning temperatures today ranged from 49 degrees at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., to 101 degrees at Needles, Calif. The only point on the earth's surface from which the stars of both the northern and south- iern skies are visible, is the equator. considering an Brewster's ruling U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans. The five are Thomas Laffey, Daniel Crawford, Paschal Morahan, Kenneth Tierney and Mathias ReUly, all from New York. They were jailed in June, 1972. Douglas ordered Brewster to set bond for them while their contempt convictions were being appealed. The five posted the bond and went free but the Supreme Court refused to set aside the sentences. They surrendered again Jan. 29. Attorneys for the five said the government subpoenaed them with evidence obtained through illegal wiretaps, U.S. attorneys have admitted taming the WANTED: Any type home repair: cement, carpenter work, base- anent waterproofing, gutters, painting. Work guaranteed. 553 E. Brooks. 343-9563. CAR wash and wax. Young man wants to start coUege fund, 16 yrs. old. Phone 343-5916. INTERIOR and Exterior House painting Minor repairs Free estimate. Call 462-3986, Abingdon. KNOX Summer painting service, professional experience, low prices. For free estimate call 3430865. JULY SPECIALS Roofing, new and repairs — Foundations — Chimneys — Painting, exterior-interior. Free estimates. V-6 GMC truck engine, runs good, 343-0437. G. A. Simpson. TREE cutting, roofing, general hauling. Call 343-2906. Reasonable rates. Insured. WANTED — Lawnmowers, all makes and models to repair including riders. Also air cooled engines. Reasonable rates. Fast service. Can pick up in Galesburg. 342-5234. ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2567 WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 telephone Frank tapping of one attorney, Durkan, but said evidence in the case was not obtained through eavesdropping. Mexican Army Seeking Band Of Guerrillas TAPACHULA, Mexico (UPI) Army units combed the Sierra Madre near this southern Mexican town today, seeking a band of guerrillas that attacked a railroad station Thursday and killed 14 soldiers. The guerrillas, armed with high-powered rifles, fled into the mountains after a two-hour battle with troops. A police spokesman said four guerrillas also died in the battle. The gunfight occurred at a jungle railroad station about 10 miles north of Tapachula, which is located almost on the Guatemalan border. Officials said al rillas were attack. Information w;as sketchy because of poor communications between Tapachula and the rest of Mexico. 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. C CONFUSED? L LOST? A ASPIRING? s SEEKING? s SELLING? ut 30 guer- involved in the INVESTING? F FOUND? INVESTIGATING? E EXASPERATED? D DIAL GROWING corporation seeking maintenance man for expanding department. Hydraulics knowledge a plus! |8,320 plus benefits. Call Bob Tilton, 342-1112. WitUe, Pryor & Smith Personnel. SCHOOL supply manufacturer has opening for sales-service man in the Quad-City area. Automobile furnished, salary open. Will interview in Davenport, la., July 10 Sc. 11. Send resume to J. N. Roberts, Regional Sales Manager, Westab, Inc., Suite 102, Patrons CORN DETASSELERS NEEDED BOYS AND GIRLS Must be 14 Years of Age Minimum of 5'2" Those applicants not now In possession of Social Security numbers may apply (with proof of application for Social ecurity number) with the understanding that they may work, but cannot be paid until Social Security number has been received and reported. Apply at Illinois State Employment Service 273 East Simmons Street Galesburg, Illinois Pjaza Bank, OlaUie, Kansas 66061. | INDm DUAL to no light merchanSALES: Mature person to train In tire business. Some sales in any field will qualify you. Future in management. Si0,000. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, WitUe, Pryor & Smith Personnel. 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 to 9 P.M., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. , 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, 111. dlse service and inventory work. Car required. Approximately 10 hrs. per week. Call 343-5178 between 8 A.M. and 5 P.M. for further details. _______ Galva. PART TIME help for weekends WANTED PINKERTON, INC. Equal Opportunity Employer Needs security guards In Galesburg area, male and female. Many fringe benefits, age no barrier if in good health. Light work, minimum age 21. Apply Holiday Inn, Galesburg or call for app't., ask for Pinkerton Representative, Friday from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. EARLY Riser from Galva area wanted to hand carry daily Newsletter to Galesburg Register-Mall. Contact Sue Hepner, 932-2725, only. Apply In person. Pizza Hut, 896 W. Fremont. Help Wanted - Female-12 WANTED — Lady for general office work. Some typing and knowledge of calculators requlr- — experienced Real Estate Sales Person. We pay ton commissions and offer top advertising, secretarial service, office facilities, and require a minimum in sales from our sales E ersonnel. Call Anthony B. ischwe, Realtor. 343-1165. Employment Wanted—14 ed, 5 day week, group insurance, IRONINGS done in my home. Call vacation, pension _ plan. Write 343-7784. NOTE: Sand Pattern Orders direct to New York. Watch ad- dresa below, Ordera will NOT be accepted at Galesburg newspaper office. Take off on your vacation, anywhere in this new topper. It's the topper length that's moat newsworthy. Crochet hip length of separate lacy medallions. Easy to memorize. Pattern 732: misses' sizes 10-20 Included. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, Galesburg Register-Mail, Needlecraft Dept., Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y., 10011. Print Pattern Number, Name, Address, Zip. AU new for 19731 Fashion-inspired Needlscraft catalog- more knit, crochet styles, crafts. FREE directions 75c NEW! Instant Monay Book — make extra dollars at home from your crafts _ —. if 1.00 Instant Crochet Book fl .00 Hsirpin Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Macrame Book £1.00 Instant Gift Book 81.00 Complete Afghan Book $1.00 16 Jiffy Rugs Book 50c 12 Prize Afghans Book 50c Quilt Book— 16 Patterns 50c Museum Quilt Book 2 50c 15 Quilts for Today Book 50c Help Wanted • Male-ll *j Q- Box 1367, Galcsburg, 111. STORE Manager, knowledge in sales and Adell Davis Nutrition. Send resume to P.O. Box 1462, Galesburg. GRANDVIEW 2 Part time night waitresses. 1 Part time night curb waitress. Part time kitchen help for days. Apply in person GRANDVIEVv „ _ 2221 Grand Ave. WAITRESS wanted for 6 A.M. to 2 P.M. shift. Salary plus tips and meals. Experience helpful but not necessary. For appt. caU TCie Pantry, Abingdon, 462-2061. FOR THE Secretary looking for fun & responslbiUty. Work with friendly team of employees in local firm. $350 plus benefits. Call Teresa 342-1112. Wittie, Pryor Sc Smith Personnel. WANTED, girl for general office work. Emphasis on bookkeeping and computer work, 40 hour week, fringe benefits. Apply in person after 4 P.M. G&M Dls- trlbutor. Inc.. 343 S. Kellogg. CLEANING lady one day a week in Knoxville, furnish own transportation. Phone 289-4860 after 5 p.m. 3 WAITRESSES FOR THE LOUNGE Must be 21 or older. Also 3 waitresses for The Coffee Shop. Day and night shifts. Apply In person. May call for app t. 343-5151 Ask. for Mr. Peck Help Wanted - Male—II HELP available by 2 boys, age 12. CaU 343-2302, ask for Donald Bruce Haywood. Business Opportunity—17 EXPERIENCED RTS INVESTIGATE Before You INVEST The Galesburg Register-Mail attempts to determine the reliability of the advertiser in all ads requiring an investment* It cannot, however, guarantee aU such offers. We recommend that you INVESTIGATE fully before investing. SERVICED DEALER WANTED The used watercraft market is increasing yearly. In 1971 over ! 3,600,000,000 was spent to en- oy "the nation's fastest grow- ng family sport," up $170,000,000 from 1970. In fact it is estimated that there is in excess of 8,981,000 boats in our nation today. Sea Brez Corp. needs a serviced dealer for this area. Our service offers a chance for a high profit, low overhead operation. The person who will be chosen must be one that is willing to work hard and be capable of running his or her own business. For an appointment to view a complete audio/slide presentation please call 319-355-8552 Investment $2,793 • i or COUNTER needed for WANT AD 3437181 Number ^ xw New Car Dealership Good opportunity for the right person. Reply to P.O. BOX 350, GALESBURG CEMENT block building and complete line of restaurant equipment, in Woodhull. Max W. Graver, Broker, New Windsor. 6672619. WANTED — People who want to earn from $100 to $1,000 a month part time, in their home. Write Box 4, Bishop Hill, 111. Money to Loan - Wanted—19 WE MAKE GX. FHA and FHA Section 235 government subsidy loans. Call Colonial Mortgage Co.. A. B. Lischwe. 411 Bank of Galesburg Bldg. 343-1165. (Continued on Page 24) 1 \ 1 4 i. V

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