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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 25, 1973
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Horse, Pony Pull Highlight For Alexis Progress Show (aalesbufaite9i$te^MQil / Galesbufg, HI, WednesdayJjjJ.y _.2S,. J 9ftll3.$ Carol KeaMy Nancy Canon Sandy Richardson ALEXIS - One of the lafg- at horse and pony pm in Western Illinois will highlight the Alexis Progress Show July Horse and pony entries are fmi expected from Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Wisconsin, Mississippi, Kontucky, Ohio and Kansas. The event will begin Saturday at « p.m. at the Village Hall. Another highlight of the show will be the crowning of the Alexis Progress Show queen Friday at 8 p.m. Community residents have been voting for Megs Kathy Veverka Demise Sperry Beth Jones Rhonda Barry Abingdon Junior Women Will Sponsor Baby Contest ABINGDON - The Abingdon Junior Woman's Club has voted again to sponsor the baby contest which has been held annually in conjunction with the Abingdon Fall Festival. Children between the ages of three months and five years may be entered in the contest. Parents should submit a 3 by 5 and an 8 by 10-inch picture to Mrs. Sid Lewis no later than Aug. 10. Pictures of the children and containers for penny votes will be placed in the Stegall Agency by Aug. 10. Winners in the con- Installation Is Set for Knoxville Jaycee Officers KNOXVILLE - The Knoxville Jaycees will install new officers Friday at a 7:30 p.m. banquet at the Galesburg Holiday Inn. Robert Bailey will be installed as president; Gerald Shreeves, internal vice president; Larry Benson, external vice president; Jim Anderson, secretary; Frank Walker, treasurer; Rollie Nordgren, internal director; Jerry Jef °rson, external director, and Larry Derham, state director. A 4-H calf sale, sponsored by the Jaycees, will be held Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. at the Knox County Fairgrounds!, Past officers of the Knoxville Chapter of the OES will have a potluck supper Sunday at 6 test will be awarded trophies and ribbons. In other business, the board decided to have a membership party at the home of Mrs. Ray Goff Sept. 10. The Abingdon High School class of 1940 will have a reunion at Harbor Lights Aug. 4. Reservations should be made with Mrs. Pat Bauer by July 28. Youth of the Christian Church who plan to attend the assembly at Eureka Aug. 3-5 are to meet at the parsonage Thursday at 7 p.m. ABINGDON MRS. GERALDINE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: RFD St. Augustine, HI. Ph. 462-2477 Mid-week service at the First Assembly of God Giurch will be Thursday at 7 p.m. Mrs. Carol Brasile has returned home after spending the past week visiting friends at.Lara­ mie, Wyo. Russ Hansen, Terry and Rich have returned home after spending several days visiting Lonttie Hansen at Mia, Minn. Mrs. Raymond Costa of Holiday City, N. J., and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Costa of May- wocd, N. J., are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Pica. Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St Phone 389-2818 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Woolsey. Family Reunion Mr. and Mrs, La Verne Carlson, of near Galesburg, hosted a Carlson family reunion at their home July 15. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrews, Douglas and Carol Soreman and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weller and family, all of Dwight; Mr. and Mrs. Gaje Carlson, Dixon; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wilson and family, Wataga, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Carlson and family and Mrs. Anna Wilson, all of Galesburg. The Red Cross Dodge Mobile Collection Unit WILL VISIT Knoxville on Thurs. Date: July 26 Hours: 12 to 6 p.m. Location: KitoxvUlt ttfien Holl Pita* Donatt 6 Help Others , , . All DONORS ARE WELCOME! Thanks to Mr*. Harold listen, General Chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Max Mathers, Mrs. Faye Biggins, Mrs. Marie Cox, Mrs. Grace McGrew, Mrs. Janet Kittlaus and Mrs. James Lipe. GALESBURG REGIONAL Red Cross Blood Center WE ABLE AN AGENCY OF THE UNITED WAY Hijackers To Be By Libyan Government CAIRO (UPI) - Libya, One of the planes, announced today that it will try the hijackers of a Japan Air Lines (JAL) jumbo jet blown up Tuesday in eastern Libya minutes after they gave the 150 passengers and crew members five minutes to escape. The Libyan government radio said it would ask passengers and crew members to supply affidavits for evidence at the trial, but gave no other details. The Libyan radio, the Radio of "the Popular Revolution, quoted' Maj. El-Khweldi El- Haraidi, the interior minister and member of the ruling Revolution Command Council, as telling passengers to submit reports on the hijacking "to be used in the procedures of investigation and trial." That remark, the only mention of a trial in the broadcast, marked the first time Libyan authorities have publicly raised the possibility of some kind of trial for the hijackers. All the passengers and crew members were reported in good condition in the eastern city of Benghazi, where they rested at hotel as the guests of the Libyan government, waiting to be picked up by Japan Air Lines relief planes. Japan Air Lines relief planes took off from Athens and Paris today for Tripoli to await St. James and Ascension par- a DC8, arrived in Athens Tuesday night after flying from Dubai where the hijacked plane and its some 150 passengers and crew spent 70 hours in the hijackers' hands, and being unable to land in Benghazi. The runway at Benghazi airport is still blocked and damaged by wreckage of the jet which the hijackers blew up shortly after landing. In Tokyo, a Japanese Foreign Ministry spokesman said Japan would wait to see what Libya will do with the hijackers before it requests extradition There is no formal extradition treaty and the spokesman said Japan would have to rely on diplomatic negotiations. The spokesman said it was uncertain whether Japan would request the extradition of all |2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m four or just the Japanese day at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. national. In any case, ha said,! if Libya decides the hijackers j pj p n were politically motivated ex-j* UCe OI HOgS tradition would become 'impossible." The four hijackers were arrested after the plane exploded. They were reported undergoing interrogation. A fifth hijacker, a woman, died in a hand grenade blast during the hijacking five days ago over the Netherlands. the queen this week at Knight Hardware Store. The queen will win a savings bond, the first runner up, $10 and the second runner- up $5. the contest is being sponsored by the Alexis Woman's Club. Queen candidates are Carol Kenney, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyte Kenney of near AJexis; Nancy Carson, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Carson of near Gerlaw; Sandy Richardson, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Richardson, Alexis; Kathy Veverka, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Veverka, Alexis; Donnise Sperry, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sperry, Alexis; Beth Jones, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Jones. Alexis, and Rhonda Barry, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Barry, Alexis. The queen's duties will include presiding at a drawing Sunday at 9 p.m. She also will ride in the annual parade Sunday at 1:30 p.m. The schedule of events for the show, to be held south of the high school, includes a fat stock show Friday at 10 a.m.; children's contests Friday at 2 p.m., and a chicken-chase and goat-roping contest Friday at 8 p.m. A country and western show will begin Friday at 8 p.m. Music will be presented by the Mid-State Opry and the Midstaters. Saturday's events will begin with an old-time threshing bee at 10 a.m. Two steam engines owned by Gene Morris will provide power for the separators. A 16-horsepower 1918 Nichols and Sheppard and a 22-horsepower Advance Rumley steam engine will be used. Also at 10 a.m., a gasoline engine show will begin. All sizes of running engines will to on display. Charles Robertson, show chairman, said he expects exhibitors from a 50-mile radi-' us. An antique show and sale also is planned in the high school agriculture room from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. A kiddie parade on Main Street also starts at 10 a.m. Theme this year is Disney characters. Prizes for the most imaginative costumes will be awarded. Sunday's events will include an old-fashioned outdoor worship service at 10 a.m.; the antique show and sale starting at 10 a.m.; gasoline engine show at 11 a.m., and annual parade at 1:30 p.m. The heavy horse halter show Sunday beginning at 3 p.m. will feature Belgians, Percherons and Clydsdates. Alexis is the first American home of the Clydsdales. A muzzle-bading rifle shoot is set for 4:30 p.m. The western horse show will begin at 7 p.m. and will feature three classes of pleasure torses. Two blocks away from the show grounds the Century Players will present an 1890 melodrama at the Alexis Opera House. Curtain times are Friday at 6:30 p.m., Saturday at and 7:30 p.m. and Sun- C^Mburg fegteter-Mail Galesburg. 111. Classified Advertising Dial 343-7161 OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Friday— . „ 8 A.M.-4:30 PM. Saturday -.8 A.M.-3 PM. TRANSIENT CASH RATE Effective March 1, 1971 Words 7-days 4-days 1-day 1-20 I S.21 3.78 I 1.80 21-23 1 8.13 I 4.20 1.N 28-30 1 6.76 4.49 | 1.82 31-33 I 7.84 I 5.24 2.13 Bfeiftess Service—1 WANTED odd jobs, hotrt« repair, paneling and carpenter, cement work, . guttering, waterproofing, painting. Allen Brlggs, 349-7684. Help Wanted - Mal£=Tt „ WINDOW CLEANING Residential it Commercial J. F. Petty, 342-4089 PAINTING — interior and exterior. Trimming—Shrubs and trees. House cleaning, Odd Jobs, general yard work. Experienced. SaOsfaction guaranteed. 342-6277, TREE cutting, roofing, general hauling. Call 343-2906. Reasonable rates. Insured. Blind Ad Charge- Card of Thanks, In Memoriam, Lodge NoUces, Other NoUces, 1 inch or less— $2.73. CASH RATE—Applies when ad is paid within 8 days from date of lasi insertion. KNOX Summer painting service, professional experience, low prices. For free estimate call 3430865. REFRIGERATOR Service. Also air condiUoning and refrigerator freezer. Call 342-8026. Card of Thanks—1 BARTON" — It's a wonderful feeling to know our friends and relatives share with us the loss of our beloved Husband, Dad and Grandpa. Thank you. dear ones, for kind deeds, flowers, food, memorial donations and other ways you helped lighten our burden. Beautiful memories of him will give us strength through the difficult times. The Family of Clyde Barton THANKS to each and everyone for all the lovely cards, gifts, and flowers we received on our 50th Wedding Anniversary. We'll treasure them always. A special thanks to Vivian, Lester and children for the lovely cake and dinner they served. Thank you. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Roberts DONNELLY, Geneva — We wish to thank all of our kind friends, neighbors, pallbearers and those who so kindly provided cars at the time of the loss of our dearly beloved mother. The many acts of kindness, expressions of sympathy and condolence, and the beautiful floral tributes were' greatly appreciated. DOROTHY. BERNARD and LOUISE Alexis, III. In Memorlair.- HOME IMPROVEMENTS Remodeling and roofing. Paul Wilson. 343-3946. WANTED — Roofing and chimney repair. All work guaranteed. 20 years experience. 342-0247. WANTED: Any type home repair: cement, carpenter work, basement waterproofing, gutters painting. Work guaranteed. 553 E Brooks. 343-9563. Moving • Storage -« STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 WANTEDS "3" Experienced MECHANICS Child Care—10 PERMANENT reliable babysitter wanted in my home days for one child. Must be over 20. Refor- _ cnces_requlred. _Phone_ 343-3363._ BABYSITTER in our home, needed for 3 children week days. 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Own transportation. Call 343-2779. Your job awaits you, h* you can meet the following requirements: fl) Have your own hand'todis (2) Have the sincere interest's of our customer's satlsfac tion in your mind. • (3) Responsible > -v (4) Courteous (5) Dependable •>•"•• —it— ••'<' If seriously interested," call Joe Peake for an interview 342-4148 FESLER OLDSMOBILE, INC. 120 N. Chambers St. Galesburg, Illinois . CARPENTER CREWS Experienced, wanted immediately to erect pole barnsiln this area on contract basis. ... Must furnish own tools, transportation, and insurance. Pleas* call coUect 319-235-1949. BABYSITTER wanted from 4 to midnight, 2 small children. If Interested call 342-8727. WOMAN wanted to babysit In my home for 2 children starting Aug. 1. Call 343-6360 for app't. ROBISON, Richard D. — In loving memory of our husband and father who passed away 1 year ago today, July 25, 1972. Today recalls sad memories Of a dear one gone to rest. And the ones who think of him today Are the ones who loved him best. Wife and Sons Notices - Other—4 ON AND AFTER this date, July 23, 1973, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other than myself, Howard Dean Nail Plaza Hotel, North Broad St. Galesburg. 111. Notices • Special • Personal—5 NORWALK Vitamin E Skin Cream and Chewable Tablets now avail able at Hawthorne Drug. PREGNANT and NEED HELP? Call Birthright 343-4913 STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. Kellogg Hours: 6:30 to 6:00 Air Conditioned 342-3060 Help Wanted • Male—11 WANTED — Married or single man for full time farm help, livestock and grain experience necessary. Modern house; good wages. Write Box 940 c/o Galesburg Register- Mail. SALESMAN: Licensed Insurance Agent exclusive territory- AH leads furnished. Call collect 9:00 ajn. to Noon. 217/429-6263. Manufacturer of large off road equipment has openings for experienced turret lathe operators and mlg and flux core 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. DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do something about it? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-2179, 24 hours. Confidential. Lost and Found—6 BLACK Angus heifer with white utter strayed from William Jacob's pasture, R.R. 1, Gilson, 289 4392. SET OF CAR KEYS lost vicinity of Main St. Zodiac symbol key chain. Call 343-3010. ANYONE finding a sail for sailboat please call 342-8587. Reward. Business Service—7 PAINTING Interior or Exterior. For free estimates can J42-3996 anytime. Fully insured. B & R CARPET SERVICE New 8c Used Installed Repairs — All Kinds 342-4650 ELLISON'S Refrigeration Sc Appliance Service 342-2567 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 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. WEED MOWING 343-5949 Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 MECHANICS WANTED MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAMS (available now), 1 Accounting, Industrial _..--:$10,000 Grain handling $8,500 Nursing Homes $8,400 Restaurant. Nat'l. Co. ..- VLI -$7,20 O Fast Food Chain $7,200 Industrial ProducUon ..."...'.$7,200 Carry-out foods r,-$'.200 Supermarket .:„.$7,020 Nat'l. Dept. Store $7,020 Restaurant, Reg. chain $7,020 Finance - S~M ~ $7,020 Motet ... - „i..$7,020 Theatre, Nat'l. chain ...$6.00O Office iJ. $5,200 Call Tom Wittle, 342-1112. WltUc. Pryor it Smith Personnel Aggressive YOUNG MAN Looking for future as a management trainee with a national music record and tape credit card company. No experience necessary. Some college preferred. Advancement opportunities and salary excellent. Call MR. DENNISON Between 8 A.M. 5c Noon 342-2151, Ext. 325., for Information and infeWIew NEED 2 EXPERIENCED MECHANICS FOR BUICK-OPEL • Top wages • Good fringe benefits and • Plenty of work See BILL STIERWALT at STIERWALT BUICK 149 W. Main Phone 342-5101 YOUNG MAN, 18 or 19, neat, hard working, carpet layer helper, full time permanent Job, no experience necessary. Call 343-3961 after 5 P.M. , T opening of Benghazi Airport. JAL President Shizou Asada and Japan's deputy transportation minister, Busha Sato, headed a group of government and airline officials flying from Athens. Hits New High By United Press International Live hogs jumped to new record highs again today at major Illinois livestock markets. It was the second time in the v/eek since Phase IV was invoked that substantial gains were recorded. Top price paid in the state came at the Peoria Stock Yards where the per-hundredweight j CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamliner, 3424232. LAWN BUILDING Steve Wilson—343-3946 • o *u fftrm i figure reached $53, which is $2 ishes in South J«^J^!hlgher than Tuesday's highest the Acadian Coast, named tori, * , . . the historic settlement of chicago- area atong[the Mississippi mv-, Jc!iet Uvestock center near er by Acadian exiles from Can- J JqM reached 352.50, $L50 m . C _ L _ A _ CONTUSED? LOST? ASPIRING? ada. HURRY — DON'T MISS THIS !! MOONLIGHT MADNESS THURSDAY, JULY 2*th from 7:0O — 9:00 Vi PRICE UQIIS TMUU« DIMM, Fast Salt*. Knit Tops. Shorts, Slacks. Swim Snils, Jr. Prtw. Mi»wy PIMW,' All Weather Co»U •OYS PANTS — Sixes 27 BOYS SHUTS — Sizes 27 GIRLS SLACKS, SHORTS, DRESSES, KNIT TOPS YOUR CHOICE — NO LIMIT 1st COME — Ui SERVE ELSIE'S STYLE SHOP U9 So. Main St. Abingdon. 111. er than Tuesday's top. The same top was achieved at the National Stock Yards at East St. Louis where the advance was $1.50 over the previous day. The Department of Agriculture office in Springfield reported top prices of $51 paid at smaller country markets, about i$l.50 higher than Tuesday's best levels. ! The biggest previous jump in r. single day in recent months) came last week immediately; after provisions of Phase IV were announced and the price j c(;iHng was removed from pork. The golden eagle may stand three feet high, weigh about 10 pounds, have a seven-foot wing- 1 spread and live to be 30 years old. ! — SEEKING? SELLING? — INVESTING? - FOUND? — INVESTIGATING? — EXASPERATED? INSURANCE AGENT — Opening now available in Galesburg area for a mature, self starting Individual capable of working with minimum supervision following training period. An established debit with a highly respected insurance company. $130 weekly to start. Should earn in excess of $10,000 the first year. Reliable transportation required. Company benefits include profit-sharing,; pension funds, group insurance) and paid vacations. Call Mr. Wilms 309-601-2732 collect !) a.m.i - 3 p.m. for appointment. An! Equal Opportunity Employer. ; IF your job is goln stale arid you want a good career in sales, train ;e midwest distributor in consumer prod/lcfjs. Sal- wlth large midwest distil non-fo . ', _ nry $7,800 plus commlsskms and benefits. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, WltUe, Pryor &* Smith Personnel. » » DRIVER warehousemen... .j\ecd 2 men, honest, dependable, mature, willing to work withvia small growing company. Good pay, benefits and working conditions. Experience helpful but not necessary. Apply to or call for app't., Peoria Paper House, 592r N. Ga- lcna Rd„ Peoria. Phone; 635-6231. TECHNICAL OPPORTUNITIES (partial listing) ' Estimator—Const, firm $18,000 Foreman—Sheet Metal Ji_iv $15,000 Project Engr.—Area Co. $13,000 Supv. Engr.—Metal Fab. ..i:$12.00O Indus'l. Tech.—Trainee ...„$12,000 Indus'l. Engr.—Fee Pd. .„„.$12,00O Tool Designer—Area Co. —$12,000 Records Tech.—Engr. Dept„.*lO,000 Machlncst—Days. Local $10,000 Draftsman—Nat'l. Firm .^..$10,000 Diesel Mech.—Good Future..$9,000 TV Tech.—Local spot! $7,800 Shear Oper.—Squaring ..«.r.*7^00 Stock Clerk—Nice Boss! $7,000 Driver Helper—Trainee ......$5,000 Call Bob Tilton. 342-1112 WltUe. Pryor & Smith Personnel WE NEED capable serviceman, ex- ceUent earnings and big corporation group benefits. Ir'^Ou are qualified to work on dlesel engines and farm uUlitJT. praetor nyds. please caU or appear at Case Power Sc Equipment, Rt. 34 West, Galesburg. Phone 343-6112. G. J. Clark. Mgr. IF you are in sales now. this National company will train you for local territory. Salary $9,600 plus commissions, benefits. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112. Wittle, Pryor Smith Personnel. Help Wanted - Female—12 D _ DIAL EXPERIENCED ESTIMATOR, DRAFTSMAN Needed: An experienced esti- * mator and draftsman in the industrial - commercial construction field. Primarily with steel buildings. Responsibility will be to prepare accurate detailed estimates and specifications that will provide the appropriate groundwork that effectuates coordination and control. Rewards: Challenging interesting work, job satisfaction, security, independence — come and grow with us. Salary - open. Contact Dick Janko. Janko Building Co.. 2107 Marquette Road. Peru, 111Inols ._Phone ^ J 815 )_223- 3572. WANTED—Fulltime Auto Mechanic. Excellent working conditions, paid vacations in small Galesburg Shop. Write Galesburg Register-Mail, _Box_939. WANTED BODY REPAIRMEN Can you qualify?? (li Have own ba^ic tools 12) Responsible 13) Prompt (41 Courteous (5) Dependable (6j Interested in quality work. NIGHT shift kitchen hejp. Also waitress. Must be 21. Apply Beserra's Taco House. , MAKE TOP PAY THE PLAYHOUSE WAY Demonstrate Toys and Gifts Work tU December Weekly pay — S&H Green Stamps No delivering or collecting No experience necessary Call Estllle 954-2051' Janet 319-754-5218 GENERAL OFFICE: No shorthand necessary in this busy meet and greet office. $S.200 plus benefits. CaU Elaine Elder, 342-1112. Wittie, Pr> or_&_Smith Personnel. WAITRESS, good hours, good pay, |>55d __tipi. FriendlyCafe.' LADY to assist Ross Brothers in operation of Ross Shaver and Typewriter. Call 343-7017 for app't- _jj If you can truthfully answer yes to the above call Bq£ Clark for an interview. 342-4148 FESLER OLDSMOBILE, Inc. 120 N. Chambers St. Galesburg. Illinois The . WANT AD Number 343-7181 SECURITY GUARDS i Prefer older men with clean j police and employment record. Age no barrier. If in good health, full-time ihd part-time i openings available. Call Mr. , Cole at 343-0131. between 9:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. for appointment, Mon._^Sat. 1 WANTED —~~Appricant~interested 1 in opportunity to earn $150 per! week. Permanent position with large national company, good advancement. For personal inter- '• view, call 343-2106. An equal op- j portunity employer. I ', MATURE saleslady for part time work m home furnishings and ! yard goods dept. Sewing exper- ! ience helpful. Apply J, C. Pen- 1 f^eyj^ CASHIERS and concession girls wanted. Must be at least 16. Apply in person after 7:30 • pan. Or- phemn Theatre. SOCIAL WORK: Work with handicapped, counseling an<t, department supervision. 40 hour week. $7,000. Call Elaine Elder. 342-1112, i Wittle, Pryor Sc Smith Personnel. ATTENTION — House c of Lloyd needs toy demonstrators, from I now to December. No ijiyejstment. No collecting. No delivery. Car I necessary. Weekly eoRimission 1 pay checks plus green stamps. Call 309-763-2014 or write 'Janice j Totten, R.R. 3, Monmouth. HI. Leiis^ ' NOW TAKING application* for experienced nurses' aides, 10 replace summer school help. 8-4 and 4-12 ! shifts. Americana Nursing Center, _280 E. Losey._ • GOOD WAGES, apt. available, companion needed for elderly lady, meals and light housekeeping, Cambridge area. 937-2076 or 7645639. (Continued on Page 36)

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