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Trip Near Disaster For Abingdon Pair Dan 8npir tavt teamed vac** tMtt ait not nlftyi whuUn*. TWf viflMiM Ma fummtr took 1hm to Cheyenne, Wyo., vA*tt they eneountend MMnii* an-how irttub mfoteh marly toppted thur camptr. The camper almost plummeted down a ellff at one poiirt, Nine window! were shatter*! by the. strong wind*. The temperature <toopped to 29 dearies but the wind wee ao jttreng they atid they dared not -light a fire in the camper for *!ear it might be knocked over, * At another point the wind "blew their truck to one side and ~onh/ two wheels touched the "ground. Four am«U trailers * nearby were demolished and Another bed tellen eif a cliff, Drapera repotted. Tjiey sparked the camper *at Chip Water, Wyo., and ootv ^tiiiued the 4,IS9-m(le trip. They topped «it Brownsville, Ore., Xpowell, Wyo., end Colorado :8prinfs, Oolp. After picking up *th»ir camper^ they drove to ^MaryviUi, Me,, then home to ^ Abingdon* MRS, OERALDINE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Home Addresi: RTD St. Auguitine, 111. Ph. 462*247? They enjoyed the vacation deapito the treble, they Mid. Betty Jp Perks will present a musical program when United Methodist Women hold a pottuck supper Wednesday at e;$0 p,m. at the church. A high school band concert will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Abingdon Ball park. The Abingdon School Board will meet Wednesday at I p.m. at the superintendent's office on Meek street. Bereen Baptist Church has not eohedulad the usual midweek aarvtee Mt Wednesday. First Ataembly of God Church will hold a deacons' board meet ing Tuejdiy at 7 p .m. at the church. An Abingdon Fall Festival meeting will be held at the feir- grounds Wednesday at 8 p.m. Bracken Busy B 4-H Club will meet today at 7:30 p.m. at the city park. Jack Beno is a patient at the Veterans Hospital in Iowa City where he is undergoing tests, Pvt. David Voorhees, station^ ed at Fort Lee, Va., visited his mother, Mrs. Lena Yoorhees, here this weekend, * IB' _ KNOXVILLE-^jrty KflQ*ville ^students have signed up for tf *sw*mjning program which be Igan totlay at the Galesburg ^Municipal Pool. »*; ; Lewonr will be held today and «tejTJO!TOw, July 16-17 and July £2844. S: The Egypt Neighborhood Qluh *will meet for a dessert luncheon ^Rvurfday *t J :3 (r p,m. it the 'home of Mrs. Ltoyd Cochran, %; The Parish Belations Cfcmmit- %tee will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m, H at the Chrfe*ian Church, The t »Suns4iine Circle will meet for a i picnic Wednesday it 13:30 p.m. rat James Knox Park, u The officii board will meet Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the church. - • ' ' !;. The Grace Lutheran Church s Council wll meet Tuesday at 8 "•p.m. at the church. AJINAJEL PETERSON CORR1SPONOENT Address: 210 Nv Timber St, Phone 289*2919 Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Manuel, Sacramenito, Calif., were guests hongr at a potluck dinner at the home of Miss Mabh) The ManueJs were here to tend a reunion of Ms cjass held Saturday at the Galesburg Holiday Inn. Alsp in attendance were Connie and Ja^We Manuel, Dr. and Mrs. B, A. Jenseni Bkjemjng« ton; Mrs. Lois German, Mr. and Mrs. Lyfe Johnson, William* field; Mr. and Mrs. William Pant and Craig, Monmouth. Also attending were Mi«i Helen Undrotto Miss Hildur Lindrothe, Galesburg; Mr, and Mrs- James Iitohfield, Mrs. Mildred Hunt and Miss Woolsey, pOKViHe, Alplw Board Jfyj$jgggn4£. For Projects I ALPHA - Alpha Village Board of Trustees has approved la resolution* to spend $4,750 for street maintenance and replacing sidewalks this year. The resolution was approved at a board meeting July 2. In pother action, trustees agreed to "'purchase a $100 radio for Civil ^Defense Director Farrell Jordan S»a n d approved payment of $M1843 in bills. Representatives of the AlWood ~ Businessmen's • Assn. ^ Dr. ^Wayne Rehn, Kenneth Kearney, Robert Snyder, Phil Steele and ^Richard Gelger - asked trus £tees* opinions on a program to ^attract industry to Alpha, Board Op .H-'J-J u .v .t'--^ J- 1.-.'.. i-JJX- ,1 Jaw; ,000 Theft At Metals Plant •••• NEW ^Thieves a* YORK (UPI) using an antiburglar "".alarm device with ''wires and £diaU and stuff" pulled off a '"successful $500,000 burglary « during the weekend at a metals plant where a similar effort ^ had failed 10 days earlier, Police said the thieves left behind their burglary tools and £'the electronic gadget, apparent' »ly homemade, that had neutralized the alarm system at the ™.L.S; Plate Wire Corp, in pQueenr. "The police 'said ' they < .had *~never seen such a sophisticated •> instrument and took it,to study £it-, J, -an employe said. "It was K about a foot long, three or four finches deep and six inches high f; with all sorts of wires and dials and stuff." Bathtub Sailor Releases Letters HALES, Alaska (UPI) -- A California man sailed a bathtub •five miles into the Bering Sea today and released 1,000 letters -of friendship from the Americans to the Russian people. The letters were released in an ^Jnner tube and wrapped in ^ watertight plastic. Leonard Moore, 48, of Oak^ land, said he got as close as he ***.could "under the weather ^conditions" to the International „ Dateline during the hour and a * half voyage. He said he battled rain and «* waves six feet high during the trip in the $15 used bathtub. ^Moore originally said he S* intended to go to Siberia. However, Soviet authorities did ^not give him permission to eo enter Russia. members took no action on the matter. Mrs. Wayne Rehn discussed the location of speed limit signs in the village; again, board members took no action on her ons. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dean Price, Alpha, who were married recently, were honored at an open house July 7 at the David Lambin home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rutledge were honored at a buffet dinner at their home June 30 for their 35th wedding anniver* sary. Hosts were their children, Mr. and Mrs- Mark Rutledge, Alpha, and Miss Diane Rut- Crash Will e Show LAKE CHARLES, La. (UPI) — The flight commander of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels today said Sunday's near fatal crash of one of their pilots would slightly alter this week's air show in the Bahamas, but not postpone it, Lt. Cmdr. Skip Umstead said the precision flying team could operate with five jets instead of the usual six at the Tuesday show. Lt, Steve Lambert of Sac^ ramento, Calif., crashed his F4 Phantom II Sunday during the final stunt of an air show at Chennault Air Base in Lake Charles. The 29-year«old Viet* nam cpmbat veteran escaped serious injury by ejecting from the plane as it skidded on the ground and exploded in a ball of flame, Libyan Oil Field Damaged by Fire BEIRUT (UPI) ~ Part of the American-owned Al-Nafourah oil field in Libya caught fire last Friday and burned for several hours, causing an estimated $90.5 million damage before the flames were extinguished, the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported from Tripoli. Two .engineers-rone Lebanese and one British—and a Libyan driver were injured in the fire, the agency said. "Frames were about to blow up the oil station of the field, which produces 140,000 barrels per day," the agency said. It said the field is owned by Airierican Oil Company Amo- seas. ledge, who is a student at Western Illinois University, Macomb. The occasion also marked the 48th wedding anniversary of the elder Rutledge's parents, Mr. and Mrs, MeWin Rutledge. Sidney Rutledge, Sarasota, Fla., spent a week here with his relatives and attended the anniversary party for his brother and sisterTbi-law, Mrs, Alice Nelson, Mrs, Nellie Peterson and Mr. end Mrs. George Wirt and Bridgette attended the wedding June 80 of Misi Donna HoUmer of Blue Grass, Iowa, and Carey Noble, Davenport, at Zion Lutheran Church, Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Taytor visited a week with Mr, and Mrs, Dan Cowser and daughter in Pennsylvania, They also visited Gettysburg and Hershey, Pa., and Washington, D.C, They returned home July 1. Diana Rigg Marries Artist LONDON (UPI) - Actress Diana Rigg, the shapely Mrs. Emma Peel in "The Avengers" television series, married Menachen Gueffen, an Israeli artist, last Friday, she revealed Sunday. It is the first marriage for Miss Rigg, 34, who said less than two weeks ago in a magazine interview she saw no reason for getting married. She said in the same interview that she would like to have a baby but didn't quite know how to manage it as a single woman. Miss Rigg is on leave of absence from the British National Theatre and will appear soon in a new American television comedy series called The Diana Rigg Show. General Grivas Reported 111 NICOSIA, Cyprus (UPI) Gen. George Grivas, the veteran guerrilla leader who is trying to overthrow President Archbishop Makarios and unite Cyprus with Greece, is seriously ill in a clinic, the English- language newspaper Cyprus Mail said today. The newspaper said Grivas, who has been in hiding since his return to Cyprus from Greece two years ago, was in a private clinic in Limassol recovering from a serious heart attack he suffered about two months ago. Bad Weather, Flash Floods Buffet Plains By United Press International Violent weather buffeted the northern Plains Sunday, bringing flash flooding to South Texas and sending tornadoes spinning over South Dakota. Heavy thunderstoflna dumped almost « Half foot el rein over portions ot the Texaa coast and rain brought flash floods to portions of south Texas. Heavy rains In the San Antonio area and the southwest Texas hill country resulted in flash flooding along several state highways and low water crossings. Storms continued to grumble over Texas early today, but flood threats eased slightly as the storms spread over a wider area, Heavy thunderatorma Pelted Arizona Sunday night, kicking up clouds of dust which reduced visibilities to near zero from southeastern Phoenix through the Superstition Mountains, Other showers early today stretched from eastern New Mexico and the Texas Panhandle along the eastern slopes of the Rockies to the Dakotas and across northern Iowa and Minnesota to the western Great Lakes. Tornadoes skipped across South Dakota late Sunday but there were no reports of injuries, One twister was reported 90 miles west of Pierre and another struck 70 miles south of Pierre near Mission, S,D. StraiighMine winds of 85 miles per hour buffeted Pierre Sunday. storms brought hail three quarters of an inen In diameter to Comstoek, Neb,, during another thunderstorm. Hot weather plagued motor lata in New York (3ity Sunday the 90 degree plus heat expanded steel.warns, causing bridges to jam in the open position. Police reported extremely heavy traffic and $ number of delays, An air pollution alert, trig gered Saturday in the Steuben ville, Ohio, area by hot, stagnant air which trapped pollution particles, remained in effect today. The Ohio Environ mental Protection Agency said there was f "good possibility" that pollution in the eastern Ohio area could worsen today Cool temperatures reigned in the northeastern Great Lakes area today and along most of the West Coast, but warm weather was the rule in much of the rest of the nation- Early morning temperatures today ranged from 52 at Alpena, Mich., to 97 at Needles, Calif, Oquawka Woman Marks Birthday OQUAWKA - Mrs. Lottie Parsons, a life-long resident of Oquawka, celebrated her 93rd birthday July 3. She received cards and gifts from friends and relatives. Mrs. Parsons says she is in good health and active in current events. Her hobby is playing bingo. Mrs. Ruby Gittings attended the National Association of Postmasters' state convention June 26 - 28 at Springfield. Among guest speakers was Gov. Daniel Walker. Mrs, Gittings served on the memorial committee, which conducted a service at the close of the June 26 morning session. Mrs. Gittings went to Petersburg June 28, where she visited Mr. and Mrs, William Sullivan. AL Commander Urges Pressure COVINGTON, Ky. (UPI) The national commander of the American Legion says the United States should anplv military pressure to North Vietnam if necessary to get information on Americans still missing in action. Galesburg R«oisfr.Mail y GoltsburQ, HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: James D. Andersen, Abingdon Mlw Bonnie J. Cobb, 154 N. Pearl St, Roy A. MaxweUi Galva Mrs. WiMie wTortery, Abingdon William H. Ott, Dahinda Robert J. Selfridge Jr., 635 Wisconsin Ave. Clifford H, Simpson, Alexis DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Mrs. Pauline FrankUn, 1715 WiUerd St. Mrs, Isabella E. George, 1241 W. Losey St. Mrs. Carol D. Hinkson, 1106 Sweetbriar PI. Syrita S, Hit«, Avon Perry Hogan, Geneseo Mrs. Judith A. Ingles, 835 Wisconsin Ave. Lsura ^A, Little, Wataga Mrs. Mary J. Logsdon, 433 E. Grove St, Jeffrey A. McDonald, Prairie City Mrs. Bessie McKnight, Alexis Paul M. Murphy, Oak Forrest Janeese L, Piggee, 707 W, First St. Mrs, Srma J. Roberts, KnoxviUe Robert A. Shaw, Koithsburg Mrs. Deborah A. Sheley, 149 Duffield Ave. Alfred M. Smith, Macomb Mrs. Roberta E. Smith, 1434 S, Pearl St, Mrr.. Catherine R. Williams, 385 PhlUlps Si, ADMISSIONS SUNDAY* Mrs. Helen M. Anders, 1095 Huber Ave. Mrs. Faire I. Bevard, 59 Aliens Ave, Gerald W. Blundy, 718 Arnold St, Mrs. Lois M. Cooley, Oneida C-'eo R. Cox, Abingdon Mrs, Marvis E, Dennis, 1054 Maiden Lane Thomas A. Earley, Kewanee Richard J, Engels, Woodhull Anna M. FoUjer, U15 Grand Ave. Mrs. Elizabeth J. Grahn, KnoxviUe Mrc MarceUa E, Harden, 1638 Baird Ave. Mrs. Margaret G. Homer, London Mills Donald L, Johnson, 585 E. Knox St. Miss Cheryl M, Kirby, 1093 Garden Lane Mr§, Fannie L. Leach, 619 W. Main St. Charles W. Malcolm, WoodhuJJ Christopher L. Reading, 21 W. Third St. KJmberJy K. Schrader. Abingdon Gtrald P. Sharp, 1340 Florence Ave. Orville D. Shelton, Galesburg Mrs. Marie M. Van Dusen, Yates City Albert A, Wall, 493 E. Fourth St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY: James D. Anderson, Abingdon Mrs. Cynthia K. Collinson, 83 Duffield Ave, Mrs. Debra J. Thomas, Gilson Larry E. Nickels, Klrkwood Laura L. Henning, 2314 N, Broad St., Jennifer L, Lowe, Galesburg Richard P. Mendenhall, 1361 Garden Lane Mrs. Alice A. Sloan, St. Augustine Mrs. Iva L. Barnhill, East Galesburg Miss Theodore A. Horene, Altona Mr& Dianne M. Lauritsen, 65 Locust St. Harvey S. Nott, KnoxviUe Mrs. Marian A. Huffman, 201 Blaine Ave. M.'ss Wanda K. Gipson, Monmouth WilUam E. Bllckem, KnoxviUe Fred B. Davis, m N. West St. Mise Stephaini A. Stephens, Peoria J. B. Thurman, KnoxviUe ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Mrs. Mary J. Cooper, 1572 Moahier Ave. Mrs. Anna M. Carlson, 658 Bateman St. Mrs. Janet K. Davis, 486 E. Second St. Mrs. Mary E. fitxel, 304 Division St. Mrs. Ellen L. Johnson, 121 Dietrich Ave. «{Mrs. Mary F. Lacy, 316 N. Broad St. Mrs. Edna M, Ottoson, 1470 N. West St. Mrs. Alma Puckett, 850 Parkview Rd. Mrs. Margaret A. Shell, .1249 Mulberry St, Kevin J. Smith, Abingdon DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Mrs. Marilyn M, Hiatt, 265 S. Henderson St. Gary Ellis, KnoxviUe NeU R. Johnson, Galva Mrs. Nellie B. Ehrenhart, Abingdon Mrs. Elsie R. Goudeau, 979 Mulberry St. A, Lee McCoy, Maquon Jerome K. Waymoth, Wataga St. Mary 's ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: Willis Alexander, 494 S. Henderson St. Orville F. Bright, KnoxviUe Miss Connie Davis, 1126 S. West St. Eddie Sykes, 693 Day St. Mrs. Winifred Shinn, Moon Towers Mrs. Debbie D. Terwilliger, 1464 Russell Ave. DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Miss Susan K. Harden, 266 SUver St. Miss Connie Davis, 1126 S. West St. Steven J. Stanley, Victoria Gary W. Cook, 578 Lombard St. Mrs. Gladys E. Chalmers, Thunderstorm Kills Thirty In Mexico GUADALAJARA, Mexico (UPI) - Authorities said today a predawn thunderstorm Sun day killed at least 30 persons In villages around this tourist city. Another three persons were listed as missing. A state government spokesman said 25 persons were injured, several of them critically, when buildings collapsed on them. The flood also left an estimated 1,300 persons home' less. Authorities sent emergency relief to the • villages, where a mass burial was scheduled for the flood victims, "It was unbelievable," policeman said, "it was so quick that people didn't even have time to get out of bed before the water was on top of them," Most of the dead were reported in the tiny villages of San Pedro It&ipan and Mescala, located about 40 miles from Guadalajara. The- storm dumped tons of water onto the flat adobe villages in minutes. Flood currents swept through village streets. <fil*hflf RMWCT-MSII GUitrturiTin. Clsisifltd Advertising Dial M3-7181 Mondny tfifdusit yfl*^ p M Monday, July 9, imj7 Bunnell Servlce-7 Word! 4«(Uyi *-<Jay 1-M 1 •.» 171 1 1 .80 ai-as I" "1.13 4,10 i 1 .68 28-30 i 4.7* 4,41 1 J .82 3£W 7,84 114' 1 1 .13 ortttn. card at TntnHi. In Ktmai CASK BAT»-AppHM wht» ad U paid within I dayi torn data of Uit imarUon, INDEX Card e* Tn«n*» ,, r \ Buildint Lou - V M AvlaUon ----- AnUquai 3» Ap»rtnwnU-Furnt»»\»d- 53 Autos— Sport, roratin „ 77 Autot—Jftw "-"—--28 Auto«-Uied Business Service ' Business Opportunity and Motors Boats Child Care J arm - Miscellaneous arms and AoreaMs~Rent Farms and Aoreaias—Sale Pasture lor Rent INTERIOR and Exterior H o u s e palnUnf Minor repairs free estimate. Call — 482-3986, Abingdon. BAR CARPET* SERVICE New & Used Installed. Repairs — AH Kinds. 349-4080 WEED MOWING 343-5049 Seeding & Sodding MARTIN - 342-0521 E. J . CLEANING. Dirt is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long dry^ period. Ron 's SteamUnar, 342- Mevtag • Storages STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 Child Care—10 RELIABLE pabyimer Wintal days, your home, new baby, Writ* Box 1)13, care Qalesburt Register-Mail, InoludinS references. 11 —. oultry and Supplies 41 iveswqfc and siTppilea ., T _ r .„.4t UoUona.. .- . r „.. r „, r . iSfe :i:: in« to Eat -8 ad -Male.-., improvement' sea for Rent Cpmmnqfal ~Rj Construction mpioyment 01 ej oip3eh $3 Goods oinc I n °^lernarl »m ni.true.tlon. „-„-,„„ nsu.ran.ea Mwn andQaHen Needa Wt,and found ,-,„„,- rT „, ovlns r* J»wr«|e1 „.—,.., onty to Loan-Wanted ... ota • HprneP.for R«nt .... op a Noma Spaoaa .Jpblla Hom«»Jpr Sale Motorcycles - Bloycles tpi Sale „-,., - d «e Notloas . Other |pe« r Speplal - F«r»on«» M space oejraphy r - r ,-., P - illea..... esernen* "(^HISM" leer ranted-Male^^--,--,-. n ahted ^MaTe, rem'iU r fj "I -"l8 I gets and ert: Rooms for eiarta a •a »# a e ea Estate lea Estatei-QH portin* .Qcodi i.el« jE3»Us?Miir-i! Teiwn Ires - AeoeMorl?!! - MS te^::::: Mlieelieneeup , ,„.,„„,.,. Card of ThanKs^i A SPECIAL thanK you to a I tllPfie who rem«iiipere(f me while in St, Mary.'* Hoppjtjil a,nd et«)c_e_ w_- it, Mpry'S Hosp ta| anfl lirice re- urnlng pome with visits, flowers, lifts and cards. Your tfoouihtful- g ever be forgotten, ness will BABYSITTER wanted In my home for a children, 4 to \% P.Rf, References, own transpoJrtAtien. Ph. 343-8448. WILL DO babysitting in my home days. Weekly or py th# hour. Babies welcome. Florence Ave. location. Licensed. 343.7791. CHIL 3 ^ CE^TIH 380 N, Kellogf Honrs: «!30 toTOO Air Conditioned 348-3( Help Wanted • Male-11 WANTED—Young man tar office of local wholesale firm, Some typing and knowledge of calculators required. Good opportunity to move into management U desired. 5 day week, group Insurance, vaca- toe«°BoSW^S; 111. . Noticei * Special » Ferional—5 PREGNANT and NEED HELP? qa|l Birthright aJiHpia ©RINKINO PROBLEM* Want to do something about it? Let «« help r ou help yourself. Phon* 942-2170, 4 hours. Confidential. « (Tf .... i 549 S. Chambers St. 'If pessary, military pres- Fied c wmis0 Abingdon sure should be brought to bear jMrs Theresa w . Mil]fir to force the North Vietnamese; 912 Bateman St •to let our investigation teams ! Rcbert D . Sandercock, go in there (North Vietnam)," j Abingdon said Joe Matthews of Fort j Daniel J. Connelly, Worth, Tex. "They need to go: n85 N. Broad St. back into the interior and check Mrs. Mary J. Wagher, Dahinda around all back there. j Rodney L. Tucker, Victoria "The families of the missing!Mrs. Alice Ashley, KnoxviUe in action should be given some!George F. Godsil, Rio kind of satisfactory answer so j Mrs. Anna M. Eberhard, they feel everything humanly | Monmouth possible is being done for their j Mrs. Marian F. Walters, men," Matthews said. London Mills Haldeman Kept GOP Blacklist WASHINGTON (UPI) - Former White House aide H. R. Haldetrvan kept a list of Republican senators who dis. ploflsed President Nixon, according to columnist Jack Anderson. Anderson, in his syndicated column for release in newspapers today, said a "secret blacklist" of GOP senators was in addition to the enemies' list disclosed by ousted White House counsel John W. Dean III in his testimony before the Senate Watergate committee. "This was no mere informational list ... but an 'action' list of Republican recalcitrants to be punished. Those on the list were subjected to retaliation, which ranged from petty humiliations to political reprisals," Anderson said. According to the columnist, Haldeman's list included GOP Sens. Jacob Javits, N.Y.; Mark Hatfield, Ore.; Clifford Case, N.J.; Charles Mathias, Md.; Richard Schweiker, Pa.; Charles Percy, 111.; Lowell Weicker, Conn., and former Sen. Charles Goodell, N.Y. Anderson said recrimination against the senators ranged; from not giving their constituents special passes for White House visits to cutting of campaign assistance. The list ranged from six to 12 names and was changed every three to five months, Anderson reported. Anderson said White House sources told him about the list, which Haldeman purportedly allowed to be copied only by hand. READ THE WANT ADS! Lost end Found-! STRAVBP ... Information « J yr, pie left a month torla vicinity Victoria, iil. 1 WAN • n or Stolon, Reward for "A. disappearance of pjcj Blagk Heifer, pie Plrj pajf. Soujh Vic, . garl % Johnston PhojltSgp-i^^, , Office qr J *Phorie 3S0T after 9 p.nv and 8 at) p.m. Administration Galesburg 348- Reward. 125 JIKWARO for reiUtered red * white, 2»year>old Si. Bernard. Lost between Alexis, and Gerlaw. Answers to "Brutus." Call collect $28 HEWARD for Information or return of my Tommy Armour nut­ ter, Harv Kalln, 80 N, Ivan Ave., 34a-0O7«, Business Service— 7 WANTED odd Jobs, home repair, panelling and carpenter, cement work, gutterln«, waterproofing _ painting. Allen Brltjgs. 34H-7684. WANTED: Any type hdrne""repalr: cement, carpenter work, basement waterproofing, gutters, painting. Work guaranteed. 553 E. Brooks. 343-0583. CAR wairT and wax, Young man wants to start college fund, 18 _ yrs,_old, Phono, 343-6916. KNOX Sfummer painting service, professional experience, 1 o w prices, For free estimate call 3430865 THtt cutting, roofing, general hauling. Call 343-200A. Reasonable rates. Insured. ELLISON'S Refrigeration 8t Appliance Service 342-2567 WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 CITYWIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL W« furnish metal containers for apts,, business offices, stores and factories, I cubic yard thru BO cubic yard sixes. We rent flatbed trucks or containers for one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or Honey Do special proj. «cts. Call low bidder Bill, 342< 1134. 24 years of experience. AMAZING What a Want Ad Will Do CALL 343-7181 $15,000 and up You can rnnke this kind of money your first year with us, Of the top forty companies in our field, w« nave the best record of claim payment over the last ten years. American Republic insurance Company has no policy fees and pays you advanced commissions. You receive one of the highest commission rates in the business and top benefits for you and your family. You will receive financial help while training, Our company is on the move and we need career people who are interested in advancement, Contact; J, Hoefing, 343-2187, 0 to 11 a.m., Monday, July 9 thru Thursday, July 12. 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 he 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 ONLY Self Starters Need Apply A career opportunity for people who like people and who sincerely believe that most folks are good. Compensation Is commensurate to efforts extended. You can join the thousands who are now In this family fraternity throughout the world. -~T ^f— Interviewing Wednesday, July Uth HOLIDAY INN 10 a.m.-l p.m.—4 p,m.«7 p.m. SID REESE, Dist. Manager Independent Order of Foresters WANTED — Man for Janitor work, 0:30 P.M. to ll P.M. Ideal for third shift worker for aecond income. Apply The Pantry, Ablng- don, 462-2061. WANTED: Man (23-40) to work as assistant to manager of Installment Loan Dept. Write stating background, experience, education, and salary expectations to Box 014, care Galesburg Register- Mail. (Continued on Page 28) Help Wanted - Male-11 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 I

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