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Galesburg, Illinois
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jQptesbufa RcQistCf^dM^jSQlesbufg^JII, Saturdoy, July 28, 1973 17 Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON cowutaPtwDeprr ftflHM A4dMW:»» N. TMnWf it KuoxviUe'a Sited Open on Sunday CVILLE — Places of hb- torical interest In Knoxville-4he old county courthouse, jail and a restored log cabin—will be open to the public Sunday from 2-S p.m. Volunteers on band at the three sites will include Mrs. Walter Johnson in the Gen. Henry Knox Room of the court' house and Miss Doris Nelson and Miss Helen Federapiel in the second-floor museum; Lloyd Cooper and Mike Trombold in the jail, and Mrs. Evelyn Gar- cekn in the log cabin. No admission is charged. Some 400 persons visited the historical sites during Knox- viHe's "Horse and Buggy Days" celebration July 21. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McLaren and family, Jacksonville, Fia., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emery McLaren, KnoxviBe; and his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert McLaren, and his brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Soper, all of Galesburg. McLaren is serving in the Navy. Abingdon MRS. GEBALOOnS BAUFR Correspondent RID St. Augustine, TO. Phone 442-2477 John D. Ehrlkhmaa Ehrlichman Is Distressed By Drunken Congressmen Firm To End 48-Year Span In Business ABINGDON - Bond Electric, which has operated in Abingdon for the past 48 years, will close its doors next Tuesday. R. L. "Red" Bond Jr. and bis wife have operated the firm for the past 15 years. The company was established in 1925 fay his father in the building which how houses the Abby Theater. The business is currently located in the Barlow building at 121 S. Main St. Bond said be plans to continue electrical service work from his home. Members of Harry E. Wiles American Legion Post 381 will hold an executive meeting Monday at 8 a.m. at the new Legion building at Abingdon's south edge along 111. 41. - Visitation will be held Monday at 7 p.m. at First Assembly of God Church. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ray have returned home from a week-long trip to Madrid and Costa De Sol, Spain. The trip was sponsored by the Motorola Co. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baton and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Landon and family Wednesday visited Six Flags Over Mid- Amerioa at St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beardsley and family spent three days this week at Kansas City, Mo., where they attened a baseball game. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Colwell vacationed last week at St. Louis and Branson, Mo., where they visited Silver Dollar City. Kent State Witness Held For Prostitution MIAMI (UPI) - Mary Vecohio, 17, whose picture was published around the world three years ago kneeling over one of the victims of the Kent State shootings, was arrested Friday on charges of offering to commit prostitution. Miss Vecohio, of nearby Opa- locka, was held at the women's jail facility at Miami police headquarters in lieu of $500 bond, pending a magistrate's hearing today. As a 14-year-old runaway, Miss Vecchio turned up at Kent State University in Ohio where four students were killed when National Guardsmen opened fire during student disturbances May 14, 1970, following the invasion of Cambodia by American troops. Her photo wa9 taken kneeling beside one of the four slain students, Jeffrey Miller, with arms outstretched and mouth open in horror. WASHINGTON (UPI) — Former presidential aide John D. Ehrlichman says an "unwritten law" in the news profession prevents voters from knowing that inebriated members of Congress are writing the nation's laws. Without mentioning any names, Ehrlichman testified Friday before the Senate Watergate committee that he is very much distressed about the situation because he knows personally of those in office "who are not discharging their obligation to their constituents because of their drinking habits." And unless candidates for office expose the drunkenness Ehrlichman said, the voters at home "have no way of knowing that you can go over here in the gallery and watch ' a member totter onto the floor in a condition which (is) at least partial inebriation, which would preclude him from making any * » A 1.1 sort of a sober judgment on the-ty and morals. issues which confront this country." Ehrlichman's depiction of Congress and the failure of the news media to report the situation came during an exchange with an obviously shocked Sen. Lowell P. Weicker, R-Conn., who had been asking Ehrlichman why he hired a political sleuth to "dig up dirt" on political candidates. Ehrlichman acknowledged that Anthony T. Ulasewicz was paid with funds from outside the White House for investigations starting in 1969, including developments in Sen. Edward M. Kennedy's auto accident in which a secretary was drowned. The probe produced nothing more man was in the newspapers, said Ehrlichman. He then went on the offensive and suggested that every candidate has an obligation to "confess the fitness" of an incumbent opponent's voting record, probi GtlesburR. m. Classified Advertising Dial $43-7181 Off ICl HOURS: Monday through Friday• AM.-A M P.M. Saturday AJI.-3JPJI. TRANSIENT CASH RAT/* meetly Mirth l. i«i Words 1-30 7-day* 4-dayt l-d>y I iM i m | 1.80 21-33 I 6.U | 4JO 1.61 2ft-30 6.76 4.W | 1*2 31-35 [ 7.84 | »J4 | ».13 . Blind Ad Charge-*** Card ox Thank*. In Memoriam, Lodge Nouces. other Notices, 1 inch or tes»~$3.7S. CASH RATE—Applies when ad Is S aid within • days from date of ist Insertion. INDEX Notice* - Special« Pertoatl-S DRlNklrfG PROBLEM? Want to do something about it? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-3179, 24 hours. Confidential. LOSS WEIGHT safely artd fast with X-ll Diet Plan. 13.00. Reduce Excess fluids with X-Pel. 00. Money Back Guarantee at Drug. fletp tinted *Mtl§»ll PREGNANT and NEED HELP? Can Birthright 343-4913 Lost atd Fomd—• BLACK Angus heifer with white utter strayed from William Jacob's pasture, RJt. 1, Gllson, 2894392. 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. 1130 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 309-691-2732 Collect 9 am. - 3 pjn. for appointment. An Equal Opportunity Employer. Btotess Service—7 i .63 To do otherwise, Ehrlichman told the committee, would "countenance the perpetuation of scoundrels in office who were thieves, who were fraudulent, who were profligate or otherwise unfit for office." Proper Investigation Weicker, a freshman member of the Senate who served one term in the House, asked if Ehrlichman was suggesting that p r i v a te investigators going into sexual habits, drinking habits, domestic problems and personal social activities" was proper in a political campaign. Ehrlichman has been under tough questioning for four days from Weicker and he ducked a direct answer, saying that if the news media fail to report the drunkenness of a candidate it was an "affirmative obligation" of an opponent to do so. Card «rt Thank* Building Lou — w - Aviauon ?»A Antiques — .... 31 Apartments—furnished . S3 Apartments—Unfurnished 84 Autos—Sport, foreign 77 Autos—New — JS Autos—Used 1 Business Service \ Business Opportunity - 17 Boats and Motors 70 Child CAre ~. %9 Coins — Stamps — Mlsc COUNTRY CORNER— M . Farm - Miscellaneous .... 40 Farms and Acreages—Rent 41 Farms and Acreages—Sal* 43 Pasture for Rent 43 Farm Implements - serriee*„44 Feed - Seed - Fertilisers 43 Poultry and Supplies 46 Livestock and Supplies —— 47 Auctions . —.-4a Commercial Property » Construction Equipment 79 Employment Wanted 14 Garages - JJ Good Things to. Eat « Help Wanted—Male 11 Help Wanted—Female - 13 Help Wanted—Male, Female 13 Household Goods 36 Home Improvement 38 Houses for Rent » In Memoriam 3 Instruction •» Insurance 30 Investments If Lawn and Garden Needs 34 Lost and Found f Moving — Storage » Money to Loan—Wanted 19 Musical 28 MobUe Homes for Rent -56 Mobile Home Spaces §7 MobUe Homes for Sal* 66 Motorcycles - Bicycles ..74 New Houses for Sale §3A Notices - Lodge — 3 Notices - Other 4 Notices - Special - Personal 3 Office Space 30 Photography .,— 39 Pets and Supplies —33 Property Management — 16 Rooms for Rent 51 Resorts and Cottages 61 Room and Board 52 Real Estate for Sale 63 Real Estate Wanted -. 64 Real Estate—Out ci Town 65 Sporting Goods 71 Transportation .— » Trailers - Campers - Equip 72 Tires - Accessories - Parts 73 Trucks - Truck Trailers 76 TV - Radio - Stereo 27 Wanted to Buy - Misc. 33 Wanted to Rent M Miscellaneous —30 PAINTING Interior or Exterior. For free estimates call 342-3996 anytime . Fully Insured. TREE cutting, roofing, general hauling. Call 343-2906. Reasonable rates, insured. WANTED—Fulltime Auto Mechanic. Excellent working condiUons, paid vacations in small Galesburg Sho Write Galesburg Register-Ma Box 939. FREE estimates on new roofing and repairs. Chimney, foundation work, painting. Quality work at reasonable prices. G. A. Simpson, 343-0437. B&R CARPET SERVICE New At Used Installed Repairs — All Kinds 342-4650 , ELLISON'S Refrigeration A^AopUance Service WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 MANCHESTER, N.H. (UPI) — The FBI has 'asked the Manchester Union Leader to turn over the "Canuck" letter which attributed an ethnic slur to Sen. Edmund S. Muskie during the 1972 Democratic presdiential campaign. The newspaper referred the reouest to its lawyers. Publisher William Loeb labeled the FBI action Friday an outrageous violation of freedom of the press and none of (special Watergate prosecutor) Archiblad Cox's blankety- blank business." Derogatory Term The letter to the editor, published Feb. 24, 1972, was signed by "Paul Morrison." The author said Muskie was asked his opinion of blacks Newspaper Asked To Give 'Canuck' Letter to FBI during a campaign appearance in Florida'. Muskie was said to have replied, "We don't have blacks but we have 'Canoocks'" (sic). "Canuck" is regarded by some French Canadians as a derogatory term. Muskie has denied ever making the remark. Former Presidential adviser John D. Ehrlichman referred to the letter Friday in his testimony to the Senae Watergate Committee when he was asked about political "dirty tricks." Ehrlichman said he had asked Paul O'Brien, a lawyer for the Committee to Re-Elect the President about the possible involvement of President Nixon's former appointments secretary, Dwight Chapin, in the letter. J Dirty Tricks Sen. Daniel Inouye, D-Hawaii, asked Ehrlichman, "What were the dirty tricks?" Ehrlichman answered, "Well the only one I have a note of is the note 'generator of the Canuck letter.' I asked him about Dwight Chapin's involvement in this, and he said 'well Chapin will take a bath' by which he meant his reputation or his good repute will be affected." However, in his statement, Loeb disputed reports that the charge contained in the letter was not authentic. He referred to a second letter from "an alleged witness" of the Canuck incident in Florida. Card of Thanks—1 WISH to thank all the friends and relatives for cards, visits gifts, telephone calls during my stay in St. Mary's Hospital. Also the nursea and aides on Second Floor. Dr. Hickeraon and Rev. L B. Johnson of Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church. Lorado Corpening In Memoriam—2 CARSON, Reid H.—In loving mem ory of our father who passed away 14 years ago today, July 28 1999. Precious mem'ries, unseen angels, sent from somewhere to my soul; How they linger ever near me, and the sacred past unfold. Precious mem'ries, how they linger, how they ever flood ray soul; In the stillness of the midnight. precious, sacred scenes unfold. Precious father, loving mother, fly across the lonely years: While some home scenes of my childhood, in fond memory appear. In the stillness of the midnight, echos from the past I bear; Old time singing, gladness bringing, from the lovely land somewhere. Precious mem'ries, how they linger, how they ever flood my soul; In the stillness of the midnight, precious sacred scenes unfold. Naomi and Maurttz Hodges Rio, 111. SHOP WHERE THE BARGAINS ARE THE CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL 343-7181 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. 34 years of experience. WEED MOWING 343-5949 Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 CARPET CLEANING. Dirt Is ac tually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamllner, 342 4233. LAWN BUILDING Steve Wilson—343-3946 Help WiRted • Femtle^lt WAITRESS, food hours, good pay, good tips. Friendly Cafe. CASHIERS and concession girls wanted. Must be at least IS. Apply in person after 7:30 p.m. or.. pheum Theatre. MAINTENANCE mechanic — full time. 3 years experience in hospital or related type. Must be versatile and understand function of physical plant. Liberal employee benefits. Contact personnel director. Mercer County Hospital, Aledo, m. Phone 582- 51S6. SOCIAL WORK: Work with handicapped, counseling and department supervision. 40 hour week. «7.000. Call Elaine M<ksry«42-1112, wittle, Pryor & Smith.Personnel. 2 EXPERIENCED Beauty Operators wanted for 8 emit' shop opening in 2 weeks. OWjr-exper- lenced operators call 343-3417. WAITRESSES wanted — Full time. AU shifts. Apply in person Sambo's Restaurant, 1081 E. Main. NOW TAKING applications for ex perienced nurses' aides,» replace summer school help, 8-4 and 4 -12 shifts. Americana Nursing* Center, 280 E. Losey. S; WANTED — Applicant interested in opportunity to earn $150 per week. Permanent position with large national company, good advancement. For personal interview, call 343-2106. An equal opportunity employer. CARPENTER CREWS Experienced, wanted Immediately to erect pole barns in this area on contract basis. Must furnish own tools, transportation, and Insurance. Please call collect 319-235-1949. MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAMS (available now) Accounting. Industrial $10,000 Grain handling f 8,5 ^ Nursing Homes f 8 - 4 ™ Restaurant, Natl. Co $7,200 Fast Food Chain $7,200 Industrial Production -..$7,200 Carry-out foods V<?SS. Supermarket $7,020 Nat'l. Dept. Store $7,020 Restaurant, Reg. chain $7,020 Finance - $1,020 Motel $7,020 Theatre, Natl, chain $8,000 Office - $5,200 Call Tom Wittle, 342-1112. Wittle. Pryor & Smith Personnel WANTED odd Jobs, home repair, paneling and carpenter, cement work, guttering, waterproofing, painting. Allen Brtggs. 343-7884. WINDOW CLEANING Residential & Commercial J. F. Petty, 342-4089 KNOX Summer painting service, professional experience, 1 o w prices. For free estimate call 3430865. 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 -8 STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! PucketC Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 Child Care-10 DAYTIME babysitter needed in my home; $35 week. Call 342-4492. DRIVER warehousemen, need 2 men, honest, dependable, mature, willing to work with a small growing company. Good pay, benefits and working conditions. Experience helpful but not necessary. Apply to or call for app't., Peoria Paper House, 5921 N. Galena Rd., Peoria. Phone 685-6231. GOOD WAGES, apt. available, companion needed for elderly lady, meals and light housekeeping, Cambridge area. 937-2078 or 7645889. i° .> HOUSEKEEPER wanted.' seeking good hapny home. Sal C. Leroy Hu B. Canton, rfor&^Ave! es, 403 Phone 847-1983. SWEDOUGHS Donut help wanted In prod' female on department, night work. Phone 3432149 for appt. Ask for tw£ Maxwell or Don Kinney. ; m( LADY for Housekeeper in nice farm home for man ahfl 12 yr. old boy. Phone 734-4700 noon or evening. 1 SECRETARIAL AND General Office ;Vifork Must have Shorthand. Wagoner Printing,Co. 306 E. Simmonsr: \ j • HOUSEKEEPER for retired gentleman. Nice home. Write Box 942, care Galesburg Register-Mall. FULL or part time grUl cook for air conditioned kitchen. Experience preferred but not necessary.. For further Information call 343.8645 before 5 pjn. or 342-6415 after 7 pjn., Northgate Lotfnge, and ask for Jack Enes. HAVE FUN! Sell Toys & Gtfts MERRI MAC TOY SHOWS Box 215 lam New Windsor. IU. 667-2294 TECHNICAL OPPORTUNITIES (partial listing) Estimator—Const firm $18,000 Foreman—Sheet Metal $15,000 Project Engr.—Area Co $13,000 Supv. Engr.—Metal Fab $12,000 Indus"!. Tech.—Trainee $12,000 Indus'l. Engr.—Fee Pd $12,000 Tool Designer—Area Co. —$12,000 Records Tech.—Engr. Dept—$10,000 Machinest—Days. Local $10,000 Draftsman—Nat'l. Firm ....$10,000 Diesel Mech.—Good Future..$9.000 TV Tech.—Local spotl $7,800 Shear Oper.—Squaring $7,500 Stock Clerk—Nice Boss! $7,000 Driver Helper—Trainee $5,000 Call Bob Tilton. 342-1U2 Wittle. Pryor 8c Smith Personnel Help Wanted • Female—12 LAUNDRY attendant, day and evening work. Good pay, paid holidays, paid vacation. Prefer mid die-aged lady. Write Box 949, care Galesburg Register-Mail. ATTRACTIVE ladies with-nice figures and personalities wanted for sales positions with international company. Good salary. Call Miss Brown tor app't.. 342-9104. Help Wanted Male, Female—13 ^r*? INSURANCE SALESMAN WANTED ~ To sell highly successful Cancer Program in Knox County. Exceptional High earnings, unlimited leads, Male or Female, full or part-time. Call collect 402-331-5529 or write. ^ Dick Burns. 7629 Belmont Ds., Ralston, Nebr. 68127. ...... MAIDS needed for part time work. Apply In person only. Starting Monday, July 30. Regal 8 Inn, next to Huddle Inn. An Equal Opportunity Employer. WAITRESS wanted. Please apply in person or phone for appointment. Closed Sundays. Club 19. Phone 342-6015. 2200 N. Henderson St. SUPPLEMENT your Income — Sell AVON. Set your own hours, they can be either Day time and/or Evening. Call 342-1622 or write AVON MANAGER. P.O. Box 1385. Galesburg. 111. 61401. HELP WANTED — Workroom and MaUroom Clerk, accuracy In typing mandatory, knowledge of mimeograph machine and other commonly used office .machines helpful. Contact Dr. Loren R. Nicol. Carl Sandburg College, S. . Lake Storey Rd.. Galesburg, HI. 343-6101. ADULTS wanted for school crossing guards. City of Galesbure. Working time approximately 3',i hours on school days. Apply City Manager's Office, City Hall. — Equal opportunity employer. BABYSITTER wanted from 4 to midnight, 2 small children. If interested call 342-8727. STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. Kellogg Hours: 6:30 to 6:00 Air Conditioned 342-3060 Help Wanted-Male—11 DRIVER-OWNER-OPERATOR with cabover tandem axle tractor, will need an Indiana base plate, which goes on sale for half price on Aug. 1. Steady work. For more details call Ringle Express collect. Moline, IU. 309-799-5171. MANAGEMENT Trainee, Experience in sales and supervision, married. Independent business opportunity with affiliated support of old established disability Income and life Insurance leader. Up to $1000 a month to start, high earning potential. Stable career opportunity. Reply to Louis L. Manlove, P.O. Box 1, Monmouth, lit. WANTED — Married or single man lor full time farm help, livestock and grain experience necessary. Modern house; good wages. Write Box 940 c/o Galesburg Register- Mail. WICKS Buildings Inc. Is looking for a professional salesman. Salary plus commission, plus company car. Complete fringe benefits furnished by company, including profit sharing. This is a permanent position. If you can qualify and are interested in becoming part of the fastest growing agricultural and commercial building company, call Mr. Rose, 8-10 A.M. 342-3416. An equal opportunity employer. Manufacturer of large off road equipment has openings for experienced turret lathe operators and mig and flux core welders. Excellent benefits. Almost continuous overtime for the past 24 months. Apply in person 8 am. - 3 pjn. Monday through Saturday. KRESS CORPORATION ILLINOIS ST., BRIMFIELD. ILL. ASSISTANT engineer wanted, full time. 5 years experience hospital or related type, electrical experience required, liberal employee benefits. Contact personnel director. Mercer County Hospital, Aledo. 111. Phone 582-5156^ TV REPAIRMAN wanted. Must be experienced and reliable. Own tools. Write Box 948, care Galesburg Register-Mail. HIGH SCHOOL grad, married, sales personality. Nationwide wholesale food concern offers you a fine training program. Prefer man who wishes to stay In Galesburg, $8,400. Company car plus bonus program. Can Jim Scattergood, 342-1112. Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. NIGHT shift kitchen help. Also waitress. Must be 21. Apply Beserra's Taco House. GENERAL OFFICE: No shorthand necessary In this busy meet and greet office. S3.200 plus benefits. Call Elaine Elder. 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor it Smith Personnel. WOMAN OR MAN WANTED Who likes to meet people. Good appearance, pleasant work, opportunity for excellent Income and advancement with leading national company. Can4 »e *pful. Write P.O. Box 295, Galesburg. An equal opportunity employer. Help Wanted - Male—11 (Continued on Page 18) Help Wanted - Male—11 COLLECTION MANAGER Immediate Opening in our Credit Dept. for a strong aggressive person in the Collection and Credit Field. Good Salary, excellent benefits and advancement opportunities with National Retail Company. - APPLY FRANC'S FURNITURE. 1865 N. HENDERSON ST. - GALESBURG, ILL. See: JOHN KELLOGG Refused To Bomb Cambodia Air Force Captain Donald Dawson, 26, Danbury, Conn., who is threatened with court- marshal for refusing to fly a bombing mis- C -"h !ia. announced at a press conference Friday that he will defend his action on the ground ci his sincere religious objection to wars. He is with Marvin Kara- patkin, left, general counsel of the ACLU. Dawson came to the decision during the past two months after three tours of duty and 90 missions over Southeast Asia. UN IF AX IF you are In sales now. this National company will train you for local territory. Salary S3 600 plus commissions, benefits. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor Sc Smith Personnel. The CLASSIFIED Number. . . 343-7181 NATIONAL FIRM OPENING AGRICULTURAL DIVISION DEL CHEMICAL CORPORATION which now services industrial and municipal accounts throughout the country is opening a new division. A new division will aid in satisfying many of the chemical requirements of all agricultural related accounts. Here is an opportunity to get in on the ground floor of this new division. Think of your future in sales and sales management now. Some experience in dealing with agriculture related industry preferred. Compensation of a salary plus expense and a bonus makes this position attractive.. If you can meet these requirements call: MONDAY: (414) 251-5050 or send your resume Nick Hesselsweet DEL CHEMICAL CORPORATION P.O. Box 280 Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin 53051 CAN YOU QUALIFY? & Over 21 v High School Education No Experience •& Desire If so/ wt will off#r yoH— Salary New Car Si Gas Training . •CT Fringe Benefits Paid Vacation APPLY NOW! Reply Box 947, care Galesburg Register-Mail,

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