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Golesburg Re_ister-Moil, GalesburQ,, 111, Monday, :Aug. 6, 1973 21 t_Me__fo_~2 | Help Wanted • Mtle-li I H*1frwtt«d.Mite-lt Otleaburf, 1U. Classified Advertising Dial 343*7181 . . Office HOURS: Monday through Ftidax-- _„„ 8 A.M" A :30 P.M. s »turd»y • A.M.-SJP.M. TRANSIENT CASH RATE Effective March 1,1971 Words 1*20 7-dty» 4-dtyt 1-day Bil RILEY. G#or#e K. — tn memory of our loved on* Who patted away l year ago today, Aug. 6, 1972, of loss of on« w« Tdved While he »l##p* « peaceful aieep. . Wife and Family Notices * 0_er~-4 I 3,7> I ai'U 28-30 I e .M 4.10 1.80 31-35 ) 6.7» | 4.49 l.M I 7,84 | $M | 2.13 Blind Ad ChaTftpSoo Card of Thanks, In Memorlam, Lodge Noticei, Other Notices, 1 inch or leas—|2.75. CASH RATE—Appllel when ad li f iaid within S days from date oi ait Insertion. INDEX WALNUT GROVE TOWNSHIP Will be Taking Bids on a NEW DUMP TRUCK CHASSIS Specifications can be obtained from Robttt f. Anderson, Sr., Road Commissioner for Walnut Grove Township. Notices - Special • Personal—S A Tamaric, Fla., man gets in some early-morning garden ing in his backyard while some 150 yards away a Lockheed Super Constellation rests after an emergency landing yester- 'Happy 9 Landing day. The plane, belonging to the Happy Hour Air Travel dub, developed fuel line trouble returning from Tampa. All seven aboard walked away from the crash landing. UNIFAX Card 4t Thanks 1 Building Lota --«? Aviation »A Antiques ...„.„..-..... 31 Apartments—furnished - 83 Apartments—Unfurnished 64 Autos—Sport, Foreign — 77 Autos—New — 78 Autos—Used '9 Business Service - 7 Business opportunity —17 Boats and Motors 70 Child Care 12 Coins — Stampa — Misc 3S COUNTRY CORNER— Farm - Miscellaneous „ 40 Farms and Acreages—Rent —41 Farms and Acreages—Sale « Pasture for Rent 43 Farm ImplemenU - Services..*} Feed - Seed - Fertilliera 48 Poultry and Supplies 46 Livestock and Supplies 47 Auctions. —« Commercial Properly 89 ConstrucUon Equipment 75 Employment Wanted 14 Garages ---- J9 Good Things to Eat 21 Help wanftd—Male „„: 11 Help Wanted—Female 12 Help Wanted—Male, Female IS Household Goods ;f Home Improvement 24 Houses for Rent - 55 In Memorlam 2 Instruction - 15 Insurance jo Investments 18 Lawn and Garden Meeds 34 lost and Found _ • Moving — Storagei ------ ,• Money to Loan—Wanted 19 Musical ....—....----- 2« Mobile Homes for Rent _ 5J Mobile Home Spaces - 87 Mobile Homes for Sale LOST at Cottage Hospital, nearby or in perking lot or Galeeburg Clinic. Lady a Carevelle gold wrist watch with expansion band. Sentimental value. 343-2963. Abingdon Meets Schedule. Festival Flower Rules Set ABINGDON - School District 217 Board of Education will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the superintendent's office on Meek Street. Harry E. Wiles Post 381, American Legion, wiH meet at the new legion building at the south edge of town tonight at 8. The post has recently purchased the former Cruiser building on IU. 41 and is renovating it as the new post quarters. The executive board of United Methodist Women will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. The committee in charge of the Abingdon Fall Festival flower and vegetable show have announced details for entrants. Entries must be in place no later than neon Aug. 16 since judging will begin at 1 p.m. Residents of the Abingdon Fire Protection District and Cedar, Orange, Indian. Point, Berwick, Floyd and Chastnut townships are eligible to enter. There will by a 25-cent entry fee. FFA members with vegetable proj­ ects will not be required to pay the tee. There will be classes in single rose, single dahlia and single gladiolus. Arrangements will consist of patunias, large zinnias, small zinnias, roses, gladioli, mangolds, daMias and mixed bouquet in an unusual container. Judging will be on (he basis of color harmony, design and perfection and condition of materials. Vegetable classes include green peppers, yellow banana peppers, ppocorn, sweet com red potatoes, white potatoes, onions, turnips, carrots, beets, gourds, tomatoes, cucumbers, green beans, nwskrnricn, pumpkin, siimmer squash and winter squash. Joe Mangieri was master of ceremonies when Abingdon High School class of 1940 had its 33rd reunion at Harbor Lights Saturday. Mangderi and Kip Norris were appointed to a committee to plan the next reunion. ABINGDON MRS. GERALDINE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: RFD St. Augustine, 111. Ph. 462-2477 WANTED — Roofing and chimney repair. All work guaranteed. 20 years experience. 342-0247. Motorcycles New Houses for Sale .. Bicycles Attending were Mr. and Mrs. George Gayler (Barbara Beer), Maryvulle, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. George Woerly, (Kathryn Harbert), Macomb; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd StegaH, (Lois Walker), Janesvflile, Wis.; Wiilard Stan- form, Platte, S.D.; Harold Fielder, Dallas, Tex.; William Brock, Riaito, Caihf.; Mr. and Mrs. Verle Green, (Edith CampbeCi), and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Backes, (Betty Knickerbocker), Peoria. 'Mr. and Mrs. Terry Whitsiti, Morton; Mr. and Mrs. Steele Todd, Canton; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Payne, Champaign; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smoot (Marie Stockwell), Hennepin; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jacobs (Roberta Laird), Monmouth; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stivers (Ruby Dupin), Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mangieri, Miss Conine Ayers and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bauer (Geraldine Billing), all of Abingdon. The softbali team of First Assembly of God Church will play a game against the Salvation Army team Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones spent the weekend at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williamson Cindy, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Fox and Phyllis have returned home after visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fox at Tacoma, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Young of Peoria, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Rubinfidd of Btoomington, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Runbinfield of LaGrange visited relatives in Abingdon during the weekend and attended the Sunday wedding of Sam Rubin- feCid and Miss Pat Geef. •6 . 74 MA NoUces - Lodge 3 Notices - Other - 4 Notices - Special - Personal B Office Space -go Photography .- 2J Pets and SuppUes ...- 33 Property Management 16 Rooms lor Bent »1 Resorts and Cottages 61 Room and Board - B2 Real Estate for Sale 83 Real Estate Wanted «« Real Estate—Out e* Town 65 Sporting Gooda 71 Transportation » Trailers - Campera - Equip 72 Tires - Accessories - Parts 73 Trucks - Truck Trailers 76 TV - Radio - Stereo 27 Wanted to Buy - Misc. 35 Wanted to Rent - 88 Miscellaneous 3» 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 aid Found-4 SETT of car keys lost on yellow novelty key chain. Phone 3438332 Bnslfless Service—7 ADJUSTERS INVESTIGATORS Will train to become branch manager* in consumer finance. Rafklcf advancement, outstanding salary opportunities and employee benefits. Must be at least high school graduate and have a serviceable automobile. Veterans on the job training approved. GENERAL FINANCE CORP. 10ft E. Main St., Galesburg 342-6141 WE HAVE oeening for man wittt gotn6 _#_a__r eJipejilelusQ in* tereated in steady wort and possible part time bus dru inf. Gales- ATTENTION 1 need 2 men to help me in the insurance field, we furnish leads, renewals and company fringe benefit*. If you are over 21, with a car, please call me about a career that would be the best you have ever heard. I'm going to Interview at the Holiday inn Motel Monday evening, Aug. • from 6 to 8 P.M. and Tuesday morning from 9 to 11 A.M. Ask for Mr. Harscher. WANTED odd jobs, home repair, paneling and carpenter, cement work, guttering, waterproofing, painting. Allen Brlgga, 343-7664. BASEMENT CLEANING Phone 343-2458 WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN-342-0521 PAINTING, roofing i carpentry, cement work. Free estimates. 1221 Garden Lane, Phone 343-0936. WANTED; Any type home repair: cement, carpenter work, basement waterproofing, gutters, painting. Work guaranteed. 553 E. Brooks. 343-9S63. CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned with dean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamllner, 3424232. PAINTING Interior or Exterior. For free estimates call 342-3996 any- tlme. Fully insured. B&R CARPET SERVICE New & Used Installed Repairs — All Kinds 342-4650 . ELLISON'S RefrigeraUon ic Appliance Service 342-2567 Card of Thanks—1 WOULD like to thank all my friends for the lovely flowers, cards and notes of encouragement while I was at the Cottage Hospital. A very special thanks to Drs. Douglas, Kamp end Hickerson Jr. and the nurses who helped me so much. I also want to thank my employees at the Hobby Grill who have done a wonderful job while I waa away. Mrs. Edna Quick Seedinq & Sodding E. J. MARTIN-342-0521 CITYWIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL We furnish metal containers for apt*., business offices, stores and factories. 1 cubic yard thru 60 cubic yard sizes. We rent flatbed trucks or containers for one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or Honey Do special projects. CaU low bidder Bill, 3421134. 24 years of experience. WANTED "3" BODY REPAIRMEN Can you qualify?? (1) Have own basic tools (2) Responsible (3) Prompt (4) Courteous (5) Dependable (6) Interested in quality work. If you can truthfully answer yes to the above call Bob Clark for an interview. 342-4148 FESLER OLDSMOBILE, Inc. 120 N. Chambers St. Galesburg, Illinois bttfg Bus Co,, 342-1010, AMBULANCE AttMidtAte wanted for part time., send resume to P.O. Be* SB, Qalesburg, ,m. wlCXEs Building toe. Looking for professional salesman, salary plus commission plus, company car. Complete fr_ft benefits furnished by company, including profit sharing. •This is a permanent position. If you can Qualify, and are interested In becoming part of the fattest growing agricultural and eornmereiai building company call 8 to 10 AM. for appointment. Ask for Mr. Rose, 342-3416. An equal opportunity employer. WANTED — Applicant Interested in opportunity to earn §180 per week. Permanent position with large national company, good advancement. For .personal interview, call 343-21067 An equal opportunity employer. SALES I need 2 men to help me in the Insurance field, we furnish leads, renewals and company fringe benefits. If you are over 21, with a car, please caU me about a career that would be the best you have ever heard. I'm going to Interview at the Holiday Inn Motel. Tuesday evening, 6 to 8 PM. Ask for Jim Harscher. DEPENDABLE man experienced with livestock and farm machinery wanted full time. Top wages. References required. Write Box 966, care Galesburg Register-Mail. Help Wanted - Female—12 SECRETARIAL AND General Office Work Must have Shorthand Wagoner Printing Co. 306 E. Simmons HAVE FUN, Demonstrate Toys, f ifts and decorations. House of Joyd, Inc. CaU 309-768-2014, Janice Tottcn, R.R. 3, Monmouth, 111. 61462. WANTED — Married man for year around farm work. Modern house. Phone 482-3207. SHOE SALESMAN Full time or part time, experience preferred but not necessary. Excellent starting wage. Apply in person only. Shane & Showers Shoe Store. AVON WANTS YOU I Be an Independent AVON Representative and earn money In your spate time near home. Call: 342-1622 or write: Avon Manager. P.O. BOX 1385, Galesburg. 111. 61401. BEELINE FASHIONS. Earn extra dollars—and a new wardrobe each season, showing our beautiful lino of fashions. Party plan. Top profits. Car necessary. For app't, call Mrs. Hays, 343-7862 or Mrs. Loy, 289-2311. OFFICE secretary for part time work. Apply 9 to 10 A.M., Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens, 409 Hill Arcade. 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 caU Ringle Express collect, Mollne, 111. 309-790-5171. WHITING, Lillian O. — We wish to express our appreciation to everyone who sent cards, letters flowers, food and memorial gifts at the time of the death of our mother, grandmother and sister We wish to give a special thank you to the Americana Nursing Center. Helen and Mead's Manor, Drs. Malstrom and Kamp, Rev. Mason Finks and Rev. Stanley Rapp for their physical and spiritual care during this difficult tim<?. Words cannot express our gratitude to ail who made her time these past few years more bearable. May God bless each of you. Lucille and Don McMaster Ann and David Peterson And Sons Jane and Pat Hickman Borghild and Glen O. Wenstrom 'Priorities' Is Group Progr.nn KNOXVILLE - Mrs. Martin Ponder and her daughter, Mary, presented the program entitled "Priorities" at a recent meeting of the United Methodist Women at Maxey Chapel members announced. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Hariey Cochran and Mrs. Ralph Wagner. Larry Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nelson, Konxville, has Assisting them were Mrs. Con-been initiated into the Alpha rad Gustafson and Mrs. Duane Beta Chapter of Delta Pi Epsi- England. Mrs. Derrill Carriganlon, national honorary fraternity in business education. KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-2816 The Knoxville City Council will gave devotions. A fail district meeting will be ^ A \J m|) J held Sept. 16 at the First United \t OUT Are liamea Methodist Church, ^^As'Outstaildill^ Peggy Wallace Will Marry \MenDuring 9 73 He holds a BA degree from meet tonight at 8 in the council Illinois State University at rooms. Normal and is presently em- — '~S ployed at Lincoln High School The United MethodistTvomen where he has been teaching will meet for a potluck dinner business subjects since 1967. He'Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at the jis in the master's degree pro- church, j Four area men have been! gram at the University of Illi- 'selected as Outstanding Young R P J ffnae falo MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI)jMen of America for 1973, Doug! Nelson is a 1961 graduate of neu ^* os » Irdia j - Gov. George Wallace has Blankenship, chairman of theiKnoxville High School. VlgAA in Mnnann I announced the engagement onboard of advisers for the na-l The Knoxville Council of m ±iM.uu.a^u \ his daughter, Peggy Sueitfonal awards publication, an- Churches will meet Tuesday at M0VrF ckRlX) MnnarJ Wallace, to wed Henry Mark jnounced today Mop-m. at the Presbjlerian,^^ P ^nJTZl Kennedy of Greenville, Ala. ; Chosen for the honor wereiChurcn. Prinre« Grace nbvrvpd th P Miss Wallace, the daughter ofiWUUam L. Broadfield, 775 E.; The lounge committee of the ° fj™', ^ a H BP nedietRudd.!l^ed Methodist Church will ^ SS^a lata 'for ^ the late Gov. Lurleen B. .Fourth St.; Thad Benedict Rudd, j Wallace, is a graduate of TroyiiOW N. West St.; George Kirby|meet Tuesday at 2:30 p.m at State University. Kennedy will Holland, 2712 Springer Rd., and;"* church. The evangelism receive a bachelor's degree j Richard Lawrence Arnold, Hen- ^^^^^J^^ ^ i A..I TT„i „„~u„ tw A„„ nn at 7:30 p.m. at the church. a . ine . a Dec. 15 Methodist gomery. the Church on caviar, lobster, chicken and ice cream. Andy Williams entertained and the Christian Dior house presented; a fashion show. 1 The annual event is Miss America Gives Advice from Auburn University this derson. fall. Now in its ninth year, Out-, The wedding will be held standing Young Men of America Air,] ft™^--] - ,c at the St. James,is an annual biographical com-.- T * rtllc: * utri * in Mont-pilation sponsored by leading!Por Plagiarism 'men's civic, service and profes-i o sional organizations. The awards' LOS ANGELES (UPI) — A (6 highlight of the social season in volume feature the accomplish- million damage suit against Monaco, ments of more than 7,000 men Norman Mailer, alleging he of exceptional abilities andjP'agiamed material for his ifk-.,,,^,. ft«*c achievements from across the; 1 *^. "Marilyn," was filed " Cl » LOS ANGELES (UPI) -Icountry. iFriday by author Maurice W ron c Horse Terry Ann Meeuwsen, Missj Criteria for inc^ision are ser- Zolotow. ™ * £• ** America 1973, believes taking'vice to others, professional ex-; The suit filed in U.S. District RENTON, time for introspection is a key cellence, business advancement, Court Friday alleges Mailer's Dr. James to her success. charitable activities and civic b i o g r a p h y contained 15,000 sheepish look as he stood in the Stopping off here briefly en land professional recognition, words plagiarized from Zo!o- winner 's circie beside his horse route to a 21-day USO tour of The men chosen for this dis- tow 's 1960 biography of the late •Coco's Pal" at Longacres Korea and Okinawa, the De Unction are between the ages Marilyn Mnroe. Race Track Sunday. Pere, Wis., beauty said, "It of 21-35. Charged with libel, invasion The reason: He got mixed up would be pertinent to just about Nominations for the awards of privacy, interference wiih at the belting window and put every (aspiring) Miss America publication are made by civic eontracturai relationships and his money on someone else's to take a little bit of time every organizations, Jaycee chapters, infliction of emotional distress, horse. Wash. (UPI) Furukawa had Q work) of results! SUPER Communicators for PEOPLE PLACES and THINGS Phone 343-7181 Ask for the WANT AD Dept. WEED MOWING 343-5949 LAWN BUILDING Stove Wilson—343-3948 HOME IMPROVEMENTS Remodeling and roofing. Paul WUson, 343-3946. Child Care-10 BABYSITTER wanted for 2 children, days. Henderson Grove School district. Phone 342-8536 after 3:30. SELECTED OPPORTUNITIES (Partial Listing) Estimator—Contractor |18,000 M.E.—Design new product! -lis, Indus'l. Tech.—Trainee |12,000 I.E.—No degree required ...J12.000 Tool Design—Fee paid »12.000 Draftsman—Structural $12,000 Machinist—Local. Days $12,000 Filing Tech.—Draft. Dept —$10,000 Diesel Mech.—Fine oppor $9,000 Stock Clerk—Local trainee ..$7,000 CaU Bob TUton. 342-1112. Wittle. Pryor Sc Smith Personnel CHAIR side dental assistant, will train. Excellent opportunity for professional career with good salary and fringe benefits. Write Box 961, care Galesburg Register- Mail. ATTENTION Openings on day shUt for waitress and dressing table operator. No experience necessary. Applicants must be neat and dependable. Apply in per-' son between 9 and 11 A.M. STEAK N SHAKE 1066 N. Henderson ^ SALES: Home comfort products. Local territory. Call on dealers, contractors. Start $7,800 plus company car. CaU Jim Scatter good, 342-1112, WitUe, Pryor Sc Smith Personnel. GET YOUR Christmas Shopping Done Free by demonstrating House of Lloyd toys, gifts and decorations. No collecting on delivery. Car necessary. Weekly commission checks plus green stamp bonus. Call 309-768-2014 or write Janice Totten, R.R. 3, Monmouth, 111. 61462. RELIABLE woman needed to care for one small child in my home Monday thru Friday, 7:30 A.M.- 4:30 P.M. beginning Aug. 27th. Call 343-2346. BABYSITTER wanted in my home to care for baby 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. 1300 Block N. Kellogg St. Write Box 990, care Galesburg Register-Mall. LICENSED. reUable baby sitter has opening for children. All day, before and after school, or ','a day kindergarten children. One mock to grade school. 289-2033. STORV BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. Kellogg Hours: 6:30 to 6:00 Air Conditioned 342-3060 Help Wanted • Male-11 WANTED AT ONCE! Man with farm, business or livestock experience for work in nearby area. Full or part time. No age limit. Excellent earnings. Old reliable Co. For full details, write Box 966, care Galesburg Register-Mail giving age and past experience. All replies confidential. : NEW jor in ' ing in | sion. I ment. SALESMEN needed insurance company for ma-) expand-j area. Salary plus commn-; Call 343-9077 for appoint- \ j PLANT MAINTENANCE MAN with experience in hydraulics, electrical and welding for Plastic Injection Molding plant. Apply in person at the personnel office at The H. O. CAN FIELD CO.. INC. Linwood Road, Galesburg, Illinois SUCCESSFUL salesman wanted, top wages, fringe benefits and plenty leads. Call Mr. Brown, 9 A.M. to 12 noon, 342-5016 for app't. MAN to work at coal company, driver's license required. Apply Monday and Tuesday at West Main Coal Yard. 476 W. Main. 343-9036 Wanted DELIVERY & SERVICEMAN Full Tim* • Must be able to furnish references • Excellent fringe benefits • Profit sharing • Pension trust • Major medical hospitalization • Sick leave Please Contact Mr. Hagrelius for app't. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. No interviews without prior app'ts. Phone 343-3145 THERMOGAS CO. 1242 S. West St. Galesburg, 111. KITCHEN Help wanted person St. Apply in Knox Manor, 820 E. 5th LADY wanted as companion to elderly lady, live In. Saturdays off. Phone 343-3949. ' OFFICE girl wanted, typing and filing a must. Apply Tuesday through Saturday, 2 to 5. F&S Masonry, Mr. Fredrickson, 439 K. Henderson. 342-4325. ATTENTION Party Plan-Our 26th Year! Highest Commissions — Largest selection of Toys it Gifts! Over 300 best-selling items in . a Full-Color Catalog. Call or write SANTA'S PARTIES, Avon. Conn. 06001. Phone 1 (203 ) 673-3455. Also BOOKING PARTIES! NIGHT waitress, must be over ll. Day barmaid, 11 a.m. to 6 pjn. Apply Bescrra's Taco House. FULL or part time frill cook let air conditioned kitchen. Experience preferred but not necessary. For further information call 3438645 before 5 pm. or 342-6415 after 7 p.m., Northgate Lounge, and ask for Jack Enes. HAVE FUN! Sell Tovs &. Gifts MERRI MAC TOY SHOWS Box 215 New Windsor, 111. _ 667-2294 ATTRACTIVEla'dles wsth nice figures and personalities wanted for sales positions with international company. Good salary. Call Miss Brown for app't.. 342-9104. Help Wanted - Male. Female—13 FULL TIME Electrician wanted. Also fuU time TV and Appliance serviceman. Apply la person, son Electric, Altona. 111. OJ-! FULL or part time service station attendants capable of assuming some responsibility, mechanical background helpful. Apply Aug.; 6-7. 9 am.-3 pm. Bridlecreek| PERSONNEL WANTED. Managers and Assistant Managers for lumber and buliamg material yards and Home Center operations in central Illinois. This small, chain operation offers excellent opportunities for experienced people. Write g.v- iflg qualifications. Box 952, t o Galesburg Register-Mai!. DAY and nignt waitress, also K .tch- en help, nights. Appiy Beserras Taco House. Shell. 1-74 and Z. Main. 'WANTED — Man to care for livestock on large livestock and grain j farm. Hourly wage, modern home and other benefits. David Bk*s, i Abingdon, 111. Phone 462-3308. EXPERIENCED ALUMINUM SIDING APPLICATORS Experienced Oniy Contact Fones k Moore Roofing Co. 445 E. Berrien St. ' Call or come in for appointment : M3-m0 LOCAL Service Manager Tiainee ipot available for ambitious person. Must want to learn. td .t/Xi plui benefits. CaU Bob Tilton. 342-1112. V.'itt-e, Pryor it Smith Penonnel. iSALES: II you are msrnei and have a sales personality. Blue I Chip business machine cor:, pany ! would like to have you represent them In the Galesburg area Co.- lege helpful. $8,000 plus. Ca.! Jim Scartergood, 342-1112. WirCe. Pryor ii Smith Personnel. MR. STEAK Js accepting applications for cooics, bus, dishwashers, waitresses, hostesses. Apply between 2 am. and 4 pa. Prior ap- pllcants are urged to reapply. 4 Experienced FRY COOKS and 4 WAITRESSES needed at THE HUDDLE COFFEE SHOP May call for app't—343-5151 AMBITIOUS Housewives. - couple 5 or individuals, any age. even retirees, for full or part-time wor,:. no experience necessary, be your ov,n boss, set your o*-n hour; Free training- For intervie-c write to: S018 - 2Sftn St., Ro:.< Island, r... 61201. (Continued on Page 22) Help Wanted - Male—U Help Wanted • Male—11 WANTED — Par; irrr.e service s'-a- tion heip, hours 6 a-in. to 2 prr.. Monday through Saturday. Contact Bob Loveli. Loveli's Ske::>\ : 963 E. Main. WANTED — Truer, driver ar.c: warehouseman. Klink's Furniture. Kr.oxviJle Apply it person, r.o phone calls _______ couple of . -ys. head together." .and get her college _umni associations and were Mailer and his publisher. military wmniandants. Grosset and Dunlap. READ THE WANT ADS! WANTED tcz restaurant cleanup ir. Abingdon. C< to approx_m-'.e.y 1! .0 PM. Monday —rough Fr.- cay. Good secor.i job- Write Bsx &5". care G_I_'-'_g Register-Mail WANTED 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 Opportu_ty E_p_ye.

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