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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 18, 1973
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ThcyH Do It Every Time « Club Holds Annual Tour, Picnic ABINGDON - The DeLong Livestock 4-H Club had its annual picnic and tour at the Raymond Nelson farm last Sunday. Demonstrations were given by Susan Bates, Russ Carlock and Jan Dupuy. Plans were outlined for a July 26 tour of the John Deere plant at East Moline. The Dupuy, Bates and Adolphson families were appointed to a committee for upcoming fairs and festivals. Members are reminded to bring their record books to the meeting to be held at the DeLong Congregational Church Aug. 27 at 7:30 p.m. The Jim Walker family will be host for the meeting. Ted Cramer, Floyd Skinner, Dean Winkler and Marvin Kirby of the Abingdon Kiwanis Club won prizes in a Kiwanis Sports Day at Monmouth Country Club Monday. Other club members partici- Celebrate Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. J. Marion Roberts, 628 S. Jefferson St., Abingdon, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday at a dinner at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr., and Mrs. Lester Combs. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts were married July 21,1923 in Monmouth by the Rev. W. H. Craine at his home. They are the parents of George M. Roberts of Galesburg, C. Raymond Roberts of Knoxville, Mrs. Lester (Vivian) Combs of near Hermon, and Ivon Roberts of London Mills. They have 21 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. pating were Eugene Josephson, Roy Lewis and Keith Keller. Jeff Grimes of Abingdon was listed in satisfactory condition today by a spokesman at Cottage Hospital. He was injured in a car-motorcycle accident last Thursday. r Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ezzo have moved from 613 W. Jackson St. to 109 E. Martin St. Mr. and Mrs. Melton Simpson and Mrs. Arlan Harrison have been recent guests at the home of their parents, Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Simpson, Camden, S. C. Claire Graham of Washington, D. C, was a Sunday guest at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Housh. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hickey have returned home from a vacation trip to the Ozarks. Knoxville Graduates of '28 Hold 45th Class Reunion KNOXVILLE - The 1928 graduating class of Knoxville High School held its 45th reunion Saturday at Galesburg Holiday Inn. Rev. Harold Andrews gave the invocation at the festivities which were presided over by master of ceremonies Arvey Hanson. Richard Baxter, a coach during two years of the class term, gave a brief talk and Mrs. Ralph Westerfield read a calendar of events taken from the yearbook. A memorial service was conducted for Mrs. Leona (Phil- blad) Lacy, Mrs. Ruth (Baker) Foster and George Lacy. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baxter, Peoria; Milan Humphrey, Birmingham, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Carter Sherman, Hendersonville, N.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andrews, Alexis; Earl Barbero, Macomb; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Collis, Hermon. North Henderson Group Convenes NORTH HENDERSON Mrs. Kenneth Kundsen gave the lesson when members of North Henderson Zion Lutheran Church's Bible study group met recently. Mrs. Florence Anderson was hostess. Guests were Mrs. Lawrence Dodge, Sherrard, and Mrs. Alvin Williams. Pvt. Douglas Peterson, who has been stationed m the Philippines, is spending a furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Peterson. He will report for duty in California at the end of his leave. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Winkler noted their wedding anniversary June 30. Mrs. Maude Hall, has sold the restaurant she formerly operat Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-2816 Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Mary Nichols) Turner, Ipava; Mr. and Mrs. Noel (Norma Sher-,including radio and TV appear- man) Mosher, Orion; Mr. and Mrs. John Galiher, Mr. and Mrs. Arvey Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crouch, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wyman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred (Floy Breece) Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Clair (Geneva Flynn) Benedict, all of Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. D. K. (Dorothy Carlson) Cottle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Francis Carlson) Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Frances Dennis) Motter, Mrs. Phyllis Johnson Westerfield, and Malcolm Lacy, all of Knoxville. A young Knoxville man has been selected by the Illinois State Fair to serve as ambassador at county fairs throughout the state. He is John Litchfield, 20, a senior at the University of Illinois. Another U of I student, Miss Barbara Campbell, 20, a junior from Little-York, has also been chosen. Both are agriculture majors. The two "ambassadors" will be doing public relations work Oquawka Group Holds Meeting OQUAWKA — Mrs. Maxine Kloster was the speaker when United Methodist Women members met July 5 at Meling's Restaurant, Monmouth. Mrs. Barbara Lumbeck gave the lesson. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Wank, Peoria, were guests July 8 at the home of Mrs. Ruth Swann. He is a former pastor of Oquawka United Methodist Church. Mrs. William McCarthy, Rock Nebraska Hit By Severe Storm System By United Press International Strong winds, walnut-sized hail and heavy rains buffeted portions of south-central Nebraska Tuesday night. Two persons suffered minor injuries when strong winds overturned two trailers and extensively damaged another at a trailer court on the west edge of Holdredge, Neb. A tornado was sighted between Overton and Bertrand, Neb., but there were no reports of damage or injury. The high winds downed power lines in many areas and one television station near Kearney, Neb., Was unable to broadcast its 10 p.m. news due to a power outage. The network, however, remained on the air with alternate programming., Walnut-sized hail blanketed the ground nine miles west of Kearney. Authorities said trees and power lines were downed throughout the Kearney area and that telephone service was knocked out between Amhurst, Neb., and Miller, Neb. Nebraska Public Power Co. crews worked through the , night to repair power lines in the Kearney area. Winds were clocked at about 50 miles per hour in Odessa, Neb., and strong wind gusts overturned a- truck at a fertilizer plant near Ax tell, Neb. Scattered thundershowers continued over a wide area of the nation early today, including the Great Basin, Arizona, the Southeast and portions of the Central and Southern Rockies: Thundershowers were more numerous this morning from west Texas northward across Nebraska to the upper Mississippi Valley and the Northern Plains. Small creeks, swollen with four straight days of rain, gushed over their banks Tuesday in the Texas hill country outside San Antonio, forcing at least 52 persons to evacuate their homes in Banders and Medina counties, downing power lines and cutting off communications for several hours in Medina County. Elsewhere, fair skies were the mile early today, though some fog and low clouds shrouded the Pacific Coast from southern California to Oregon and scattered areas of fog blanketed portions of the lower Mississippi Valley and the Appalachians. Early morning temperatures today ranged from 48 degrees at boith Watertown, N.Y., and Bradford, Pa., to 92 at Needles, Calif. Legal Notice tkrlesbura toster-Mail / J^le^ufg^ 111, WedaeMav, July 18, 19?3 : 31 ances. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bailey and Steve Johnson attended the Jaycees state convention over the weekend in Champaign. Bailey is president of the Knoxville chapter and Johnson is regional vice president. Knoxville fire district members may, sign up at Carlson's store to work for fire truck duty at the Knox County Fair. Licked Frosting On His Cake DETROIT (UPI) — -Because it was his first birthday Tuesday, Jay Hinton was allowed to stick his fingers into the cake and lick off the frosting. But the child, who has a rare intestinal disease, still had to have liquid food dripped into his veins through a tube, as on every other day of his life. His birthday guests ate ice cream and cake at his bedside in Children's Hospital. Jay has not had anything to eat or drink for seven months. His only form of nourishment comes from the nutrient - solution LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Pat dripped into his blood. Nixon attended a rosary service Jay's body is unable to Tuesday for her half-brother, produce the calcium and fat Matthew G. Bender necessary for the .proper Bender, who died Saturday, Mauled Boy's Condition Better RAPID CITY, S.D. (UPI) Jason Cowden, a 15-month-old boy attacked by a 120-pound mountain lion in his family's camper last week, is "happy and eating.well." A hospital spokesman said the boy is in satisfactory condition and no further surgery is scheduled. Jason, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cowden of Grow Township, Minn., was operated on three days ago, and now is able to move his left arm, which he could not move immediately after the mauling. Mrs. Peter Underdahl, 53, the boy's grandmother, killed the mountain lion with a butcher knife when it leaped through a partly opened window into the camper and attacked the child Pat Nixon At Funeral PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, notice is hereby given that Webster Broadcasting Company, licensee of standard broadcast station WA1K, Galesburg, Illinois is required to file with the FCC, no later than September 2, 1973, ah ampTKtrvient to its application for renewal of its license to operate station WAIK on 1590 kilohertz. The officers, directors, and owners of 10% or more of the stock are Frederick C. Webster, Jr., Harold B. Inman, and Frances L. Webster. Members of the public who desire to bring to the Commission's attention facts concerning the operation of the station should write to the FCC, Washington, D.C 20554, not later than November 1,1973. Letters should set out in detail the specific facts which the writer wishes the Commission to consider in passing on the application. A copy of the license renewal application and related material will, upon filing with the Commission, be available for public inspection at 36 Park Plaza, Galesburg, II linois between the hours of 8:30 A.M. and 5 P.M. 7; 17-18, 24-25 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The City of Knoxville, Illinois, will receive sealed bids for Sewerage Improvements until 2:00 o'clock, P.M. (2:00 P.M.) Central Daylight Time (C.D.T.) on the 15th day of August, 1973, at the office of the City Clerk of Knoxville, Illinois, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud ALL WORK ON THIS PROJECT IS SUBJECT TO AND SHALL BE PERFORMED UNDER EXECUTIVE ORDER 11246, AS AMENDED. The contract documents, in eluding Plans and Speoifica tions, are oh file at the office of the said City Clerk. Each contract set of Plans Specifications and Proposal forms may be obtained from the office of Daily & Associates Engineers, Inc., 1703 W. Luthy Drive, Peoria, Illinois and 816 Dennison Drive, Box 278, Cham paign, Illinois, starting July 15 1973. A deposit of THIRTY AND NO/100 DOLLARS ($30,00) will be required in taking but each contract set of Plans and Spe cifications. If Plans and Sped fications are returned in good condition with a bonafide bid the entire deposit will be refunded. Sets in addition to each of the first sets may be obtained at TWENTY AND NO/100 DOLLARS ($20.00) without refund. Reduced sized prints (50%) may be obtained at FIVE AND NO/100 DOLLARS ($5.00) without refund. Make checks payable to: DAILY & ASSOCIATES, ENGINEERS, INC., 1703 W. Luthy Drive, Peoria, Illinois 61614. All bids must be accompanied by a certified check or bank draft on a responsible solvent bank, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and an acceptable surety company, payable to the City of Knoxville, Illinois, Franklin M. Burgess, Mayor and/or George E. Moore, City Clerk; or cash, in an amount equal to five per cent (5%) of the total amount of the bid, the same to be refunded or returned to the undersigned upon the faithful performance of the conditions of the Proposal to the satisfaction of the said Municipality. The successful bidder will be required to furnish a satisfactory performance bond in the full amount of the bid or proposal. No bid shall be withdrawn after the opening of bids without the consent of the said City for a period of thirty (30) days after the scheduled time of closing of the bids. The City of Knoxville, Illinois, reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any informalities in bidding. CITY OF KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS Franklin M. Burgess, Mayor 7/17-18 <iMburg fegtoter-Mal) Gtiesburg, iu. Classified Advertising Dial 343-7181 OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Friday— , 8 A.M.-*:30 P.M. Saturday 8 A.M.-3 P.M. TRANSIENT. CASH RATE Effective March l, 1971 ALL TYPES Home Repair -°- Carpentry, cement work, tucking, basement waterproofing, roofing, guttering. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Albert Brlggs, Contractor, 342-1941, 342-3426. Words 7-days 4-days 1-day 1-20 S.21 3.78 | 1.80 21-23 | 6.13 I 4.20 j 1.68 28-30 I 6.78 4.49 1.82 31-35 I 7.84 | 8.24 | 2.13 Blind Ad Charge—50c Card of Thanks, In Memoriam. Lodge NoUces, Other Notices, 1 Inch or leas—$2.75. CASH RATE—Applies when ad Is paid within 8 day* from date of last insertion. 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— I REWARD FOR PEKINGESE LOST in vicinity of Brldlecreek. Red with white chest. Has tags. Call 342-3608 if found Business Service—?. WEED MOWING 343-5949 Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is actually extracted, not just sur face cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamliner, 3424232. Movtng » Storage—8 Help Wanted • SALES Manager in seed cam. Hire, train and motivate deawrs. Car, expenses, fl2,ooo plus benefits. Call Jim Scattergood ( J342-1112, Wittie, Pryor & Smith personnel. STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 Child Carc-10 PERMANENT reliable babysitter wanted in my home days for one small baby. References required. Call 342-8486 after 5 p.m. STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. Kellogg Hours: 6:30 to 6:00 Air Conditioned 342-3060 TERRAPOO full-grown female, tan- charcoal, poodle-typo hair, answers to "Flfl." Lost vicinity of Monroe and Fremont Sts. about 3',i-4 weeks ago. Reward. 343-1506 or 342-1773. BIFOCAL Eyeglasses In case lost Saturday afternoon ati Wonder Bread Store parking lot, N. Seminary or 1000 block Grand Ave. Reward. 465-3338 or write Box 298 _Avon. BROWN Briefcase lost, fTu'rcward. Call 712-246-3201, collect. Smith Trailer Co., Shenandoah, la. Business Service—7 KNOX Summer painting service, professional experience, 1 o w prices. For free estimate call 343_ _0RJM__ B & F CONTRACTORS, home repair, roofing, guttering, waterproofing, painting, tuck pointing, cement work, driveway, black top, paneling, carpenter. Work guaranteed, free estimates. 343 0936, 343-7684. REFRIGERATOR Service. Also air conditioning and refrigerator freezer. Call 342-8026. LAWN BUILDING Steve Wilson—343-3946 HOME IMPROVEMENTS Remodeling and roofing. Paul Wilson. 343-3946. WANTED — Roofing and chimney repair. All work guaranteed. 20 years experience, 343-0247. WANTED: Any type home repair cement, carpenter work, base, ment waterproofing, gutters, g aintlng. Work guaranteed. 553 E rooks. 343-9563. roofing, general 343-2906. Reasonable rates, insured. TREE cutting, hauling. Call PAINTING Interior or Exterior. For estimates call .142-3998 time. Fully insured. free any- B & R CARPET SERVICE New & Used Installed Repairs — All Kinds .142-4650 ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2567 WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 CITYWIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL We furnish metal containers for npts., business offices, stores and factories. 1 cubic yard thru 50 cubic yard sizes. Wo 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. THE CLASSIFIED NUMBER 3437181 Help Wanted - Malc-ll Manufacturer of large off road equipment has openings for-experienced mlg and flux coro welders. Excellent benefits. Almost continuous overtime for the past 24 months. Apply in person 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday through Saturday. KRESS CORPORATION ILLINOIS ST., BRIMFIELD, ILL. NEED A" SECOND JOB? Opportun ity to earn good money. 343-2106, Electrolux, Division of Consolidated Foods. An equal opportunity employer. ______ EXPERIENCED ESTIMATOR, DRAFTSMAN Needed: An experienced estimator and draftsman in tho industrial - commercial construction field. Primarily with steel buildings. Responsibility will bo to prepare accurate detailed estimates and specifications that will provide tho appropriate groundwork that effectuates coordination and control. Hcwnrds: Challenging interesting work, job satisfaction, security, independence — como and grow with us. Salary open. Contact Dick .Tanko. Janko Building Co., 2107 Marquetto Road, Peru, Illinois. Phone: (815) 223-3572. WANTED — Part time service sui tlon help, retired or semi-retired acceptable. Apply at Bollns Mo bile, Henderson St Losey. INDUSTRIAL and Commercial sales. Person with sales or chemical background. Car, salary $8,000 plus commission. Call Jim Scattcrgood, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pry or & Smith Personnel. . WANTED — Full time service sta tlon attendant. Must bo 21 years old, experienced In tune up and minor auto repairs. Apply Bill's Shell Service, Knoxville, 111. SEMI DRIVER wanted to run 30 states. Call 343-0919. WANTED Experienced MECHANIC that is able to do general repair on American made autos. Top pay, Uniforms furnished, insurance program, paid vacations and other fringe benefits. See Jim Bevard GALESBURG VOLKSWAGEN, INC. IP YOU CAN QUALIFY... Let Us Talk With You ,m: WE NEED: ' *,»; An Experienced' PARTS MANAGER and An Experienced MECHANIC & Ideal Working Conditions ft Top Wages ft All Company Benefits Apply in Person*- LERSCHT DODGE 674 E. MAIN $% t [ NEED TOP NOTCH DRIVER SALESMAN WITH Supervisor Capacity and High School Education ft 52 Weeks/Year j 'V ft No Layoffs ft Paid Vacations ,, ft Paid Holidays : ft- Paid Insurance Good opportunity for man willing to work. Apply in person between 4:30 & 6 p.m. ?p No telcphono calls please. , M G & M Distributors; Inc. 343 S. KELLOGG WANTEDS , Body & Pafht MAN Good pay, uniforms furnished, 5 day week, insurance program, clean cool s^op. -ft- ' See Jim Bevard GALESBURG VOLKSWAGEN; ;lnc. PROFITABLE POSITION GALESBURG AND SURROUNDING AREAS I'm tired of Interviewing only men over 25 for $1300 a month career and only talking to men who want only $125 to $150 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. _ WANTED — Commercial •alcsman. Salary plus commission, tire experience necessary. Inquire in erson, Quint's Tire Service, 642 Main, Galesburg, Help Wanted • Male-ll Help Wanted - Male—11 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 NATIONWIDE CREDIT " : CORP. ; ;: Dealing with Banks, Manufacturers, Wholesale and all types of business and profession,-! 1 people, needs high typo- salesman - District Manager to service and open new accounts' tills area. Ago no handicap,-No investment. High commission bonus. Leads furnished.,' WRITE MANAGER"' Pox 4117, Cleveland, Ohtp,,44123 WHERE FUTURES BEG INI (partial listing) " ' Plant Mgr.—Solid Corp. -J..*22,000 Plant Engr.—New facll. $17,000 Plant Foreman—Ag. firm ..$15,000 IE—Local I No degree ro<|ii„$10,00O Tool Designer—Area Co. $10,000 Commercial Ad Designer _.'.$10,000 Machlnest-JLocal spot! ._-.-^.J$1O,0OO Supervisor—Warehouse $9,000 Diesel Mech.—JJo tools rcq'.~$3,000 Welder—Mlg., flux ooro .$9,000 Malnt. Man—JVIid-size Co., — i w $B,50O Truck Driver—Pass . ICC $7,800 Assnt. Foreman—Trainee -i— $5,509 Call Bob Tllton, 342-1)13 Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel WANTED — Married matt Wr full m help. Cattle,, . Experience, reference , r time farm help. Cattle,-no hogs requi Located 2 ml. from . town Geneseo area. 300-044-6234.. [Uired. In WANTED—2 neat responsible men with mechanical background to work at n top gas station, Full tlmo or part time. 342-1486 after 5:30 P.M. . PART TIMHj bartenders, 2 or 3 nights a week, 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. Ideal for second income," experience preferred but not necessary ns wo will train proper person. Northgnto Lounge, 343-8645 bcrore 5 P.M. 342-6413 after 7 P.M, Askfor Jack Enes. _ Wanted—Manager Trainee West Theatre now accepting applications for manager trainee. Contact Mr. .T. Ludwlg at Galesburg Drive-In Theatre after 8 p.m. or Mr. Merrifleld at the Orphcuin after 8 p.m. Help Wanted - Female—12 ed to Mrs. Owen Nail. The busi- Island, was a guest July 6 at the ness has been renamed "Shirl's home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Cozy Corner." iThomas. nervous system. Now You Know , , , By United Press International The first human being to be photographed was a man having his boots shined who appeared in a street scene made in Paris by Louis J. M. Daguerre in 1339. was the son of Mrs. Nixon's mother, who was widowed before she married William Ryan, the First Lady's father. Because of the service, Mrs. Nixon missed her daily visit to Bethesda Naval Hospital, where her husband is recovering from pneumonia. Bronze nails were used Egypt about 3400 B. C. Scientists believe that the Mediterranean Sea, as recently jas six million years ago, was a in j two-mile-deep dry valley floor- led with sun-baked salt flats. County to Have Paper Shortage LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The county government is faced with a crisis that is a bureaucrat's worst nightmare come true—a paper shortage. Economic problems in the paper industry have led suppliers to refuse to bid for long term contracts, and in 10 weeks supplies will run out, County Superisor James Hayes said Tuesday. At Hayes' urging, the Board of Supervisors Tuesday ordered that wherever possible county employes use both sides of each sheet. Montgomery Ward Salesman - Management We have openings for Auto Service Center managers with past experience in sale of tires, automotive accessories and services. Applicants must be aggressive and possess the ability to manage people. Potential relocation within the immediate Midwest area. Salary commensurate with experience and abilities. Complete company benefits and employee discounts. Apply in person to: MR. ORTH MONTGOMERY WARD 209 N. MAIN KEWANEE, ILL. 61443 LOCAL nursery school needs teacher for fall. Send resume to P.O. Box 068, Galesburg, III. LEGAL SECRETARY: Dependability a must. Experience helpful. One girl office. $5,200. Calk-Elaine Elder. 342-1112, Wittie, Pryor & Smith Personnel. •_• MAKE TOP PAY THE PLAYHOUSE WAY Demonstrate Toys and Gifts . Work til December Weekly pay — S&Ff Green Stamps No delivering or collecting" •• No experience necessary 1 Call Estille 954-2051 Janet 310-754-5218 HELP wanted—Hocky's Maid Rite, 2250 Grand Ave. Apply Jn person. . •: , PREFER Mature ladies for cook and kitchen helper. Apply in per- bon, Americana Nursing Center, _280_E 1 _Losey. _____ RECEPTIONIST: Meet and greet. Light office duties. $300.-Benefits. Call Elaine Elder, 342-1112, Wittie, Pryor & Smith Perspripel ATTENTION — House of Lloyd needs toy demonstrators from now to December. No investment. No collecting. No delivery. Car necessary. Weekly commission pay chucks plus green 'stamps. Call 309-768-2014 or wrlte/'Janice Totten, R.R. 3, Monrnquth, HI. 61462. , NEED money? Have fun in the Fashion field. Easy work. Part or full time. For appointment call Mrs. Hays, 343-7862 or Mrs. U>y L 289-2511. .__ BUYER: Keep major department In large store stocked and in line with current fashions. Downtown location. Congenial group. $368 plus bonus and benefits. Call Elaine Elder, 342-1112, Wittie, Pryor & Smith Personnel. EXPERIENCED Beautician for full' or part time. Must be able to do high siyling and work with wigs. Call 462-3998 before 7 p,m. (Continued on Pag© 32)

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