Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 2, 1973 · Page 22
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•Qdlesbufi ister-Moil, (Solesbur Thursda for yow ihouqhty . Dea* Penny, f am speaking for ail the neighbors In the northern part of a small town near here. We have dogs op to onr ears, t swear they are not fed or watered half the time. They bark constantly, and the odor from the pens Is terrible. _ 1 went to the town board, but so far nothing can be done. We can't even get any sleep at night. When people are so busy they can't take care of animals, I think they should y^noLhave them. How about you? Ford Insists On Overtime i For Workers DETROIT Ford epless, Sleeptess Nights ly your town has some ordinance prohibiting a nuisance, pens which give off an offensive odor and dogs that night are a nuisance, ck with a member of your town board and ask him if n't such an ordinance that he could instruct your village to enforce. 018£Peniiy, guess I have a gripe. Since when do Galesburg doctors to vacationers other than people that are really in need leal attention? *^Shis morning I called three different offices to make ^afg&oointment for immediate attention, and they refilled anse of vacation. Then I called another doctor, and It -\ ... fd me I couldn't get in for another week, exp'ained to all four people what was happening, but I g$g&fased. I think if this is the way Galesburg doctors are rjnfog their offices we'd better move before the town gets toSu. Mttfthat do Galesburg doctors do when someone dies? Take c l(I$f vacationers first? tfeaS^sgusted, Disgusted With Doctors SESfri inclined to believe that what the doctor's office told (UPI) Motor Co. negotiators presented the United Auto Workers with a 23 -page list otf demands Wednesday and said the auto company will not give up its fight to schedule overtime work in its plants. The list was termed "shocking" and "a takeaway" by^Ken Bannon, the UAW vice president hamctting the bargaining at Ford. Will Mean Strike "What they put on the taWe- if they mean it—wMi result in a strike," Bannon told newsmen after the company made Us presentation. "We wfflt take a long, hard look at the list, but the answer is no. We aren't going to away." The more than 700,000 UAW workers employed by the "Big Three" automakers will vote on strike authorisation the week of Aug. 12. Tliedr contracts exrpire Sept. 14. Ford, like General Motors and Chrysler, a'so suggested a either that!"United number" of changes in ths present three-year eon- give a damn thing $610*-that the doctor was away on vacation . or flSfeburg is getting a slug of sick vacationers! ffis standard practice for a physician who is away on vaca- tracts. One would penalize tioriSfeJ business to arrange with another doctor to cover for workers with excess absentee- you call and find your physician gone, his office can supply you with the name of another doctor to call. ~« SButhe event that you are not able to get in touch with a &cgg£and you feel you need immediate attention, go to the Srn^ggncy room of either hospital, and they will find a doctor fdr enny, *have this very dear friend who is always inviting me ^ofuMo her bouse. How can I tell her that her house makes ; ^Everything reeks of mothballs. You can even smell the oigfcide ber house and there is something about that odor tl^-makes me nauseous. You can smell her coming for a fc&Slock when she goes out of the bouse. She is extremely *WBt and well-groomed, but even her clothes have that moth- bjjftfmell. SlFcare a great deal at ism and another would either make ihe workers share in the cost of their medical programs their tie size of / De h. t her friendship, but what can Ugh t likely your friend has become so used to the smell of raofgBSll that she isn't aware of it anymore. Jggt time you walk into her house say, "You must really be eRming closets. I can really smell those mothballs." Chances areSESll take the hint . . . especially. if she's a reader of this Penny or reduce benefits. Not Hardship Sidney McKenna, Ford's chief labor bargainer, said none of the proposed changes is "intended to work a hardship on employes who are meeting their basic employment obligations." But he was adamant again on the company's right to schedule workers on overtime, as opposed to making it voluntary which the UAW is demanding in this yew's negotiations. It is an issue the company earlier this year said could put Ford and the UAW on a collision course. In 1946, the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission was founded. uper August Summer Saving Get On The Cable And Join The Fun" promotion. you've been anxiously awaiting final #eek of the promoton to call us — this is your _ chance. ^Because after August 3rd, an installation and ~Ewo months of service will cost you $ 26.90 as Opposed to $ 5.95 now. _ you could wait until next years' promotion Ind have one of your friends fill you in on the movies you'll miss • Coll Us Before FRIDAY, AUGUST 3rd and get INSTALLATION and TWO MONTHS FOR $ (OFFER VOID IN NON-CABUD AREAS) CALL 342-2161 A A HENDERSON UNIROYAL Produced for Original Equipment on 1973 Cars All these cars talcing sizes E78-14, F78-14, G78-14, F78-15, G78-15. Matador, Ambassador, Rebel, Javelin, Marlin, Rambler, small Buiclcs, Chevrolet*, Nova, Chevelle, Checker, Dodge, Fords, Mercurys, smaller Oldsmc biles, Plymoths, Pontiacs, Studebaker All these cars faking sizes H-78-14, J78-14, H78-15, J78-15, larger Buiclcs, Cadillac, Chryslers, Lincoln, Marquis, larger Oldsmobiles, larger Pontiacs Plus Fed. Ex. Tax $2.31 to $2.73 and smooth tire off your car Plus Fed. Ex. Tax $2 .98 to $3.31 and smooth tire off your car PRICES INCLUDE . . . Balance New Stems Mounted FRONT END ALIGNMENT HERE'S WHAT WE DO: •AdiuM CMtt)? • Adjufti cinbu • Stl toe>in •Set ioe-out • Check tieerUfl Most American cars. Air-Conditioned cars |3.00 more. A Men. thru 7:30 AM-5.30 PM Sit. 7:30 AM-4:00 PM Phone 343-4171 244 S. Chambtri, Galesburg 7 .

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