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Home Club Shows Projects ABINGDON - Mrs. Jerry Link presented the major lesson, "Party Foods" when Hermon Home Eatensiott tfoit melt last Thursday. She prepared samples of party foods which were served to members with punch. She was assisted in her presentation by members of Cedar-Chestnut 441 Club. ' Club members modeled dresses they had made as club projects. Other projects, including foods, arts and crafts, were on display. Susan Wingate displayed the centerpiece of white gladioli and daisies she had entered in a Knox County flower arranging contest. During the business meeting, plans were discussed for a family picnic which will be held at the home of Mrs. Robert Cozadd Sept. 13 at 7:30 p.m. It was announced that members of the unit will work at the Knox County Fair Aug. 1. Mrs. Cozadd will be in charge of scheduling working hours and arranging for the transportation of baked goods. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Kenneth Vermillion and Mrs. Charles Bliss. Finance committee of United Methodist Church will meet at the church Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Berean Baptist Church will have a Bible study at the home of Rev. Joseph Wilser Wednes* day at 7 p.m. First Assembly of God Church will have its annual business meeting at the church Tuesday at 7 p.m. First Assembly of God Church will start a converts' class at the church Wednesday at 10 a.m. Les Foster, who has been employed by Sta-Rite Industries for the past six years, has accepted a position with a firm at Lakeland, Fla., and began his new duties today. Mrs. Foster will join him after their home at Abingdon is sold. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stegail of Abingdon MRS. GtflALDINt SAtTf ft CMMtpttAdent HTD_St. Autttttine, Hi. PhoM 4b*M77 Janesville, Wis., spent the weekend at the homes of their par* ents, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Walker and Mrs. Nora Carroll. Mrs. Stegall will remain in Abingdon tor the rest of the week. Sam Rubinfield has returned home after spending a week in Mexico City and Puebla, Mexico. Mrs. Mae Larsen has returned from a 3-week trip to Harlingen, Tex., where she visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nott. She also visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nott, former Abingdon residents. Capt. and Mrs. Edward Hickey arrived Sunday to spend 10 days at the home of her mother, Mrs. Elenore Mills. He has been I stationed at Bentwater Air Base in England for the past \Vz years; he will now be assigned to duty at Wichita Falls, Tex. FFA Members Attend Fair KNOXVILLE Seventeen members of the Knoxville FFA attended Section Four in conjunction with the Mercer County Fair last week in Aledo. Fifteen schools of the 4-county area exhibited livestock, corn, gat-den and farm mechanics projects. Several awards were won by the Knoxville group including three championships in swine and the three in sheep. Attending were Kenny Walker, Dennis Rice, Bill Bates, Greg Mathews, Lee Steele, Charles Pierson, Jim Pettifurd, Melvin Mathews, Larry Clay, Bruce Johnson, John Tournear, David Breiner, Miss Jean CulM- son, Miss Joan Cullison, Miss Cindy Perry, Arlan Broadfield, Bruce Litchfield and their adviser, James Litchfield. The Stewardship Committee will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church. Circle I of the United Presbyterian Church will meet Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Richard Goff. Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289 -2816 Market Reports Today Grain Futures /'CHICAGO (UPI) -Gi'ain range: High Low Close Prev. Wheat Jiy Sep Dec Mar May . Corn Jiy Sep Dec Mar May Oats Jiy Oats Jiy 299 291 299 ,289 29014 290 279% 283% 275% 282 • 275% 280% 274 279% 273% Jiy 274% 269 272 268 Sep Dec \Jiy Sep Dec Sep Dec Mar May Soybeans 251% 245 251% 242 232 225 231 223 220% 211 219% 211% 221% 215% 221% 214 222 215% 222 213 (old) 101 (new) 101 97 100% 104% 102 104 109 106% 109 1.13% 110 114 112 99% 101 95 96 100 104% 113% 107% 113 108% Chicago Grain Rang* CHICAGO (UPI)^Wheat was irregularly higher and corn and soybeans substantially higher at noon today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat 2.94 up 5 2.83% up 3% 2.77% up 1% Corn 2.48 up 6% 2.27 up 4% 2.16% up 5% Soybeans Jiy 9.47 up 80 Aug 8.60 up 40 Sep 7.60 up 40 Nov 6.14 up 39 Jiy Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May 947 860 760 715 710 709 890 860 760 693 688 687 947 860 760 715 710 709 867 820 720 675 670 669 706% 684 706% 666% READ THE WANT ADS! YARD SALE 801 W. Monmouth St. ABINGDON, ILL. Tuei.. July 17 — 9 a.m. - • p.m. Wed.. July 18 — 9 «.m. - 8 p.m. Clothing, toys, appliances and lots of misc. items. GARAGE SALE 1054 E. Brooks Tues., July 17th 9 A.M. - ? Lots of girl's & women's clothing. Miscellaneous. GARAGE SALE 13 CHESTNUT TUES., July 17—8 ».m.-5 p.m. Men's, women's babies & children's clothing, set of drums, kitchen & misc items. In basement if raining. (Former Annual Sale from 2S8 W. Knox) YARD « INSIDE SALE 357 N, Seminary TUESDAY, July 171h « A.M. - 4 P.M. Bad weather before so iti a re-run Antique jewelry, hundreds of pieces of beautiful old silverware, post cards, sheet music, books, other old paper items, depression glass, lots & lots of miscellaneous. No reasonable offer refused, more you buy cheaper it gets. The Trd-County Men's Fellowship meeting will be held Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Christian Church. , Local achievement day for I members of the Square Circle 4-H Club will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Gilson Church basement. Mercantile Exchange CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on tht Chicago Mercantile Exchange today: High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Aug 50.85 50.15 50.15 50.40 Oct 50.77 50.32 50.45 50.30 Dec 50.97 50.50 50.67 50.40 (Feb 51.05 50.70 50.75 50.40 Apr 50.20 49.80 49.80 49.45 Jun 50.00 49.75 49.85 49.55 Aug 49.90 49.25 49.25 49.00 Walter M. Schirra Ja., was the only astronaut to fly in the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo space programs. Live Hogs Jiy 46.67 45.25 46.25 46.75 Aug 48.75 47.30 47.55 48.37 Oct 49.50 48.17 48.35 48.70 |Dec 49.75 48.90 49.10 49.00 Feb 49.77 48.90 49.02 48.90 Apr 48.12 47.00 47.40 46.60 |Jun 48.20 47.00 47.45 46.70 Jiy 47.27 46.50 46.65 45.75 Aug 46.75 45.75 45.75 45.25 Frozen Pork Bellies Jiy 58.20 58.20 58.20 58.20 Aug 58.20 58.20 58.20 58.20 Feb 71.85 71.00 71.40 70.85 Mar 70.87 70.00 70.40 70.05 May 69.70 68.90 69.25 68.80 Jiy 67.65 67.50 67.50 67.35 County Zone Board Meets Wednesday The Knox County Zoning Board of Appeals has scheduled public hearings for Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the courthouse for the following cases: — Dennis Mason Construction Co., a request for change of zoning classification from an F- farming district to an M- Restricted industrial District in Galesburg Township. — Giles E. Sailer, a request for a conditional use permit to allow the location and residential occupancy of a mobile home in an F - farming district in Persifer Township. — Anderson State Bank, request for a zoning variance to aJ'cw a 35-foot and a 40-foot reduction in the set-back requirements of the B-2 Highway Business District in Ontario Township. — Jesse L. Girdler, a request for a conditional use to allow the location and residential occupancy of a mobile home in an F-farming district in Rio Township. — Landfill Committee of the Knox County Board, a request for a conditional use to allow a sanitary landfill in an F - farming district in Sparta Township near Wataga. Alexis Home Is Damaged by Fire ALEXIS — A fire discovered today about 5 a.m. caused heavy damage to the Elvan Brown home on North Mcknight Street here. Authorities said faulty wiring may have caused the blaze. Brown's grandson, Dale, 13, smelled smoke and alerted his father, Duane, who aroused the rest of the occupants. They fled uninjured. The father was taken to Monmouth Community Memorial Hospital, where he was treated for smoke inhalation and released. The west end of the house, which is about 15 feet from Alexis Motor Co.'s paint shop, was destroyed. It contained a garage, bathroom and utility room. The rest of the house and its contents sustained smoke damage; the kitchen and a bed room were also damaged by water. No estimate of damage was immediately available. Galesburg Register-MaiI, Galesburg, Monday, July 16, 1973 25 oilMbuti, iu. Classified Advertising Dial 343-7111 OFFICE HOURS: Monday through rtUMy— 8 A.M.-4:30 P.M. Saturday 8 A.M.-3 P.M. TRANSIENT CASH RATE Effecttv March l, l »7l Worda 7-dtys 4-daya 1-day 1-20 8.81 3.78 | 1.80 31-98 6.13 4.80 1.68 38-30 6.78 4.49 1.83 31-35 7.84 | 8.34 3.13 Blind Ad Charge— 80c Card of Thank*. In Memorlam, Lodge Notices, Other Notices, 1 inch or leti— 32.75. CASH RATE—Applies when ad it paid within 8 days from date of last insertion. INDEX Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks higher in light trading, Bonds steady. U.S. government bonds slight ly lower in quiet trading. American stocks higher in light trading. Cotton futures mostly higher Chicago grain futures mostly higher. Auto Industry Reputation Not Good on West Coast By EDWARD S. LECHTZIN UPI Auto Writer DETROIT (UPI) - As long as there is a trace of eye irritation in Los Angeles, U.S. automakers will be criticized. Because of their past actions, says a man deeply involved for 27 years-in cleaning up the air, the reputation of Detroit's auto builders on the West Coast is not igood. Business Today A recent California poll backs up the critical comments from Robert L. Chass, recently retired as head of the Los Angeles County Air Pollution Garage Sale 2314 N. Broad MONDAY, July 16Jh 4 - 8 P.M. TUESDAY, July 17th 8 A.M).- 1 P.M. Comb, storm door; swivel rocker. Many misc. items. Garage Sale 1139 Monroe St. Tuesday 9-4 BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, Front Room, Private Household Sales and all other sales of this type must be in our office by noon the day before ad is to be published. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPUY ADV. — Phone 343-7181 Control District and now a consultant. Seventy-four per cent of those questioned by the California Poll feel the auto industry "couM be doing more" to reduce pollution. And 55 per cent of those queried said the timetable for reducing automotive emissions is right. No Axe to Grind Los Angeles is threatened with a complete ban on all gasoline-powered vehicles by 1977, a fact that leaves Southern Califomians less than enthusiastic about Detroit's efforts. Chass says he has no axe to grind. But he used a recent appearance at a General Motors Enviroranenitlal Activities Week seminar to hack away at both the auto industry and "Johnny-come-lately" environmentalists. He saved his best cuts for Congress and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). "What started out as a complex technical problem is now a political and social football," says Chass. "The screaming, unreasonable Johnny-come-lately environmentalists continue their demands for pure air, and the desperate politicians continue to heed their screams." Numbers Game Using his platform before automotive and governmental leaders, Chass criticized two "unreasonable and, frankly, not too intelligent groups" which the automotive industry has had to deal with—the Congress and the EPA. "In drafting the Clean Air Act, it is obvious that Congress either was given bad staff advice or chose to join their fellow politicians at the state and local levels in trying to satisfy the environmentalists," he said. "The figure of 90 per cenit control sounds great, but where is the technical and medical substantiation for the number?" he questioned. "It didn't exist then, it doesn't exist today, and it is not likely to appear tomorrow." As for the EPA, Chass charges the federal agency set up "ridiculous and unsubstan tiated air quality standards. "They were so at the time of adoption," he says, "and time has only accentuated their ridiculousness." What has happened in the past five years, he says, has been "a numbers game...pollution roulette." And some of the EPA suggestions to help L09 Angeles County meet air quality standards comprise a "list as long as it is foolish." To clean up Los Angeles air, the EPA proposed a two- pronged attack. First, remove the emissions from car exhausts and secondly limit the concentrations of automobiles in crowded urban areas where pollution is most severe. The EPA list included gasoline rationing, limiting the number of vehicles admitted into congested areas, initiating mass rapid transit systems, requiring car pools, staggering work hours, instituting a four- day work week, expanding one­ way street systems, synchronizing traffic signals, and banning parking in congested areas. Card of TnMki-1 MICHAEL — The family of Mrs. Jeannette Michael would like to thank friends for flower*, food, And contributions to the North Henderson Methodist Church. Mrs. Michael passed away June 26. 1973. H«1f> Wanted-Male-U In Memorlam-2 ON JULY the 16th 1970, Raymond R. Graflund left us so suddenly. Sadly missed by Wife and Son Notices - Special - Personal—5 PREGNANT and NEED HELP? Call Birthright 343-4913 DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do something about It? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-2179, 24 hours. Confidential. Lost and Found— 6 Card of Thanks 1 Building Lots -«2 Aviation ?»A Antiques - 31 Apartments—Furnished 53 Apartments—Unfurnished 54 Autos-Sport. Foreign 77 Autos-*New - 78 Autos—Used - 79 Business Service 7 Business opportunity 17 Boats and Motors 70 Child Care ... 10 Coins — SUmpS — Mlsc M COUNTRY CORNER— Farm - Miscellaneous 40 Farms and Acreages—Rent -—41 Farms and Acreagea—Sale . —42 Pasture tor Rent — --•; i° Farm Implements - Servlces „44 Feed - Seed - Fertilizers 45 Poultry and Supplies 48 Livestock and Supplies 47 Auctions . „. 48 Commercial Property -—89 ConstrucUon Equipment 75 Employment Wanted 14 G &I8SCS -----60 Good ThinKsjuTEat a „„ 21 Help Wanted—Male U Help Wanted-Female ... . 12 Help Wanted—Male, Female .—13 Household Goods 28 Home Improvement 25 Houses for Rent 55 In Memorlam 2 Instruction J& Insurance ?o Investment* 18 Lawn and Garden Neada 34 lost and Found 5 Moving — Storage —— 8 Money to Loan—Wanted 1» Musical s—a.—i 25 Mobile Homes for Rent 56 Mobile Home Spaces 67 Mobile Homes for Sala 66 Motorcycles - Bicycles -.74 New Houses for Sale MA Notices - Lodge - 3 Notices - Other. —-- - 4 Notices - Special - Personal — 5 Office Space JO Photography 29 Pets and Supplies — - 33 Property Management 18 Rooms for Rent 5} Resorts and Cottages 81 Room and Board —5: Real Estate for Sale 63 Real Estate Wanted ..— 64 Real Estate—Out of Town 65 Sporting Goods —71 TransportaUon - -— • Trailers - Campers - Equip 72 Tires - Accessories - Parts 73 Trucks - Truck Trailers 78 TV - Radio - Stereo 27 Wanted to Buy - Mlsc 35 Wanted to Rent 58 Miscellaneous _ -—30 LOST Key In vicinity of Fourth, Chambers. Pearl Sts.. shaped like "T", 2" long. Call 342-3302. Re ward. COLLIE Dog lost East of Knox villo, sable and white. Answers to "Charlie". Reward. 289-4598 or 876-2428. LARGE White male Husky found in Oneida area Friday, 483-6149, 8 A.M. - 12 P.M. Business Service—7 WANTED: Any type home repair: cement, carpenter work, basement waterproofing, gutters, painting- Work guaranteed. 553 E, Brooks. 343-9563. WANTED — Full time service station attendant. Must be 21 years old, experienced In tune up and minor auto repairs. Apply Bill's Shell Service, Knoxville, 111. ALL TYPES Home Repair — Car- S entry, cement work, tucking, ascmcnt waterproofing, roofing, guttering. Free esUmates. Work guaranteed. Albert Briggs, Contractor, 342-1941, 342-3426. TREE cutting, roofing, general hauling. Call 343-2906. Reasonable rates. Insured. PAINTING Interior or Exterior. For free estimates call 342-3996 anytime. _Fully insured. LAWN building, "roofing, gencrni home repairs. WILSON SERVICES INC. 343-3946 B & It CARPET SERVICE New & Used Installed Repairs — All Kinds 342-4650 WANTED odd Jobs, home repair, panelling and carpenter, cement work, guttering, waterproofing, painting. Allen Briggs, 343-7634. ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2567 GET LOT OF READERSHIP FOR PENNIES WHEN YOU USE A CLASSIFIED AD 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 80 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. WEED MOWING 343-5949 Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is ac> tually extracted, not Just sur face cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long dry ing period. Ron's Steamliner, 342 4232. Moving • Storage-* STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Pcnna.—343-9149 Child Care -10 PERMANENT reliable babysitter wanted in my home days for one smaU baby. References required Call 342-8486 after 5 pjn. STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. Kellogg Hours: 6:30 to 6:00 Air Conditioned 342-3060 Help Wanted - Male-11 Manufacturer of large-off road equipment has openings for experienced mig and flux core welders. Excellent benefits. Almost conUnuous overtime for the past 24 months. Apply in person 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday through Saturday. KRESS CORPORATION ILLINOIS ST., BRIMFIELD, ILL. See Management position ad on page 22 NEED A SECOND JOB? Opportun ity to earn good money. 343-2106, Electrolux, Division of Consolidated Foods. An equal opportunity employer. LARGE agricultural company needs metal fabrication foreman Top benefits plus $13,000 fee paid. Call Bob Tllton, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. c _ L _ A_ S _ S _ I _ CONFUSED? LOST? ASPIRING? SEEKING? SELLING? INVESTING? F _ FOUND? I — INVESTIGATING? E — EXASPERATED? O _ DIAL 343-7181 IP YOU CAN QUALIFY... Let Us Talk With You WE NEED: An Experienced PARTS MANAGER and An Experienced MECHANIC if Ideal Working Conditions if Top Wages if All Company Benefits Apply in Person LERSCH DODGE 674 E. MAIN ST. Help Wanted*Mtle-11 ONE. OF our finest and fastest growing client companies has a newly opened spot for an ambitious career-minded trainee. Last man Just promoted to management. No degree or experience necessary. This is a great opportunity for the individual who wants to learn and go! Start at $7,200 and all benefits. Call Tom Wlttle, 342-1112, Wittie, Pryor & Smith, Personnel. 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., Ltnwoed Rd„ Galesburg, 111. Wanted—Manager Trainee West Theatre now accepting applications for manager trainee. Contact Mr. J. Ludwlg at Galesburg Drive-In Theatre after 8 p.m. or Mr. Merrlfield at the Orpheum after 8 p.m. Help Wanted • Female— 12 Excellent Opportunity- supervise evening warehouse operations for progressive Midwest grocery chain—experienced, eager to learn. Good salary and fringe benefits. Send resume with age and qualifications to: Personnel Dept. BENNER TEA CO. P.O. Box 1048 Burlington, Iowa 52B01 SEMI DRIVER wanted to run states. Call 343-9919. 30 WANTED — Married man for full time farm help. Cattle, no hogs. Experience, reference required. Located 2 ml. from town In Gcncsco area. 309-044-6234. PROFITABLE POSITION GALESBURG AND SURROUNDING AREAS I'm tired of interviewing only men over 25 for $1500 a month career and only talking to men who want only $125 to $130 weekly salary, men without ambition. If there is someone with a strong desire for a healthy financial future, with no overnight travel, no soliciting, no competition and no gimmicks, Just good clean sales. Call (309) 685-6213 collect for Mr. Roth for full details, Monday-Friday. NEED money? Have fun in the Fashion field. Easy work. Part or full time. For appointment call Mrs. Hays, 343-7862 or Mrs. _ Loy, 289-2511. RETIRING? BEGIN A NEW LIFE. Be an AVON Representative. Earn while you meet new friends In your spare time. Call now: 342-2622 or write: Avon Manager, P.O. Box 1385, Galesburg, 111. 61401. HIRING NOW Demonstrators & Supervisors for SANDRA HOME SHOWS. Comm. to 26"S. Company handles paperwork, D'lvy, Coll. Pick your Kit from over 280 Gifts & Toys. No Investment. Call Jnn collect (300) 699-5836 or write 320 Brookvlew, East Peoria, 111. 616U (Include Ph. _No.) PART TIME BEAUTICIAN Call 342-3315 HAVE FUN1 Sell Toys & Gifts MERRI MAC TOY SHOWS Box 215 New Windsor, 111. 667-2294 GENERAL OFFICE: Varied duties. Stimulating surroundings. Meet the public. $3,900 plus benefits. Call Elaine Elder, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smith, Personnel. Wanted Immediately 6 Mature Women For Full Time and Part Time, Openings for Sales Credit Office and Receiving Office. Apply in person at CREDIT OFFICE KLINE'S 309 East Main HELP Wanted! Good wages, commissions, bonuses. Apply In person at 508 N. Pearl. RN — For Director of local Home Health Agency. Experience and references required, public health experience desired. Call VNA office. Cottage Hospital 343-4121, Mon. thru Fri. for interview and appointment. SELECTED POSITIONS (partial listing) Plant Mgr.—Foe Paid $20,000 Design Engr.—Area Co $15,000 Safety Engr.—O.S.H.A $13,000 IE—Solid future! $13,000 Ad Designer—Commercial ..$10,000 Tool Designer—Fixtures $10,000 Draftsman—Arch'l or Mech. $10,000 Diesel Mech.—Nice crew! $9,000 Foreman—Shipping ' $9,000 Tool & Die—local $8,840 Malnt. Man—Indust'l $8,500 Welder—Combination - $8,500 Truck Driver—pass ICC $7,000 Asst. Foreman—No exp. rcq....$5,500 Call Bob Tllton, 342-1112, Wittie, Pryor & Smith Personnel HOUSEKEEPER wanted for older gentleman. Live In, light duties. Reference required. 289-4691. WANTED — Commercial salesman. Salary plus commission, tire experience necessary. Inquire in person, Quint's Tire Service, 642 E. Main, Galesburg. SALES: individual with agriculture background to sell to farmer dealers. $9,000 plus expenses. Fee paid. Call Jim Scattergood, 3421112, Wittie, Pryor & Smith Personnel. OPPORTUNITY: If you arc work ing now and arc a High School grad. just making ends meet this could be your chance to get ahead. Join a fast growing wholesale firm starting at $7,800 and benefits. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wittie, Pryor & Smith Personnel. MANAGER needed Clark Super "100" Station. Salary plus commission. Call weekdays 309-6075100 collect, evenings and weekends, 300-685-5593 collect. WANTED—2 neat responsible men with mechanical background to work at a top gas station. Full time or part time. 342-1486 after 5:30 P.M. PART TIMb bartenders, 2 or 3 nights a week, 5 P.M. to 1 A.M Ideal for second income, cxper ience preferred but not necessary as we will train proper per son. North gate Lounge, 343-8645 before 5 P.M. 342-6415 after 7 P.M. Ask for Jack Enes. Help Wanted - Male-U Help Wanted « Male-U NOW HIRING PERMANENT FACTORY EMPLOYEES and Experienced Arc Welders CONTACT: Illinois State Employment Office or Call 342-6121, Ext. 232 BUTLER MANUFACTURING CO. 1027 S. Henderson — Galesburg An Equal Opportunity Employer NEED TOP NOTCH DRIVER SALESMAN WITH Supervisor Capacity and High School Education •ft 52 Weeks/Year ix No Layoffs if Paid Vacations ir Paid Holidays if Paid Insurance Good opportunity for man willing to work. Apply in person between 4:30 & 6 p.m. — No telephone calls please. G & M Distributors, Inc. 343 S. KELLOGG WANTED Dependable boy with mower to mow grass at 933 W. Main. Phone 342-3254. HOUSEKEEPER to share home with elderly widower. Prefer lady able to drive. Room, board and salary, references exchanged. Write Box 929,, care Galesburg Rcglstcr-Mall. SECRETARY: Excellent opportunity for working mothers who like summers home with family. $3,000 plus full benefits. Call Elaine Elder, 342-1112, Wittie, Pryor & Smith, Personnel. PART TIME waitresses wanted. Apply In person at Martic's, 57 South Cherry. WANTED — Legal secretary. Experience desirable but not required. Send replies to Box 921, caro Galesburg Register-Mall. CAREER WOMAN $10,000 a year Train for career in leasing, management and sales for Mobile home park in Galesburg. $3 per hour plus bonus, 3 or 4 clays a week, flexible hours. General office skills and ability to interview. For app't. send name and phone number to Box 920 Galesburg Register-Mail PART TIME General Office: $2 hr. If you like typing plus a variety of duties in interesting surroundings, call Elaine Elder. 342-1112, Wittie, Pryor & Smith, Personnel. MOTEL Maid — fuU time Monday* Saturday, 9 A.M. - 1:30 P.M. Also part time maid Saturday and Sunday. Phone 342-0109. FULL TIME LPN 12 midnight - 8 a.m. and 4 to 12 midnight shifts. Contact Americana Nursing Cen_ ter. TOP WAITRESS Job available for right person. Must be over 21, reliable, neat and dependable. Call 343-8645 before 5 P.M.; 3426415 after 7 P.M., ask for Jack Enes, Northgate Lounge. ATTRACTIVE ladies with nice figures and personalities wanted for sales positions with international company. Good salary. Call Miss Brown for app't., 342-0104. SECRETARY Needed. Experience in typing, book keeping, general office work necessary, 40 hr. week. Apply In person Klinck's _ Furniture. No phone calls please. NOW Taking applications for cashier and concession girls. Must be 16 or over. Apply at West Theatre in person after 7 p.m. Help Wanted • Male, Female—13 AN EXCELLENT sales-service job that can be worked full or part time is now available. No investment. Earnings opportunity average $150 to $175 per week. For complete information write P.O. Box 295, Galesburg. An equal opportunity employer. (Continued on Page 26) Help Wanted • Male, Female-13Help Wanted - Male, Female-13 Registered Pharmacist OSCO DRUG, INC. HAS AN IMMEDIATE OPENING IN GALESBURG, ILL. • 4 Day — 40 Hour Work Week t Competitive Salary • Complete Benefit Program Please Call MR. WILLIAM KING R.Ph. (309) 342-0112 OSCO DRUG, INC Galesburg, Illinois An equal opportunity employer m/f

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