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New Abingdon Sewer Rates Will Go Into Effect Sept 1 ABINGDON — New sewer rates for Abingdon residents will go into effect sept. 1, as a result of action taken at Monday night's City Council meeting. • The council established a schedule calling for a sewer use rate of 10 per cent of the water bill for each user inside the city, with a minimum of $3.75. For each user outside the city the charge will be IS per cent of the water bill with a minimum of $7.50. The council included in the ordinance that in the case of multi -unit buildings each unit shall be considered a user. Bills will continue to be mailed quarterly as in the past. The council had been consid ering a sewer use increase for some time since communities which apply for state and fed eral funds for sewer improve ment programs must demonstrate that they are attempting to make the sewer system self- supporting. Annexation Council members voted to annex land on which the American Legion building is located into the city and extend city water to the site. The request for annexation came from Ray Landon and Russ Hansen, post representatives. A request to change some 10 acres of land not occupied by the post from commercial to residential was referred to the zoning board. A request for annexation of some 23 acres of land just west of the legion property was approved. It is owned by Keith Keller and Dan Kirchgessner. Their request for approval of a 41-lot subdivision was referred to the zoning board and the city engineer. Saw Snjar and VUamlni Natural foods, Oil*. Flouri. SoM At... MO E. Mala, XBOXTUU A request from Main Byram for approval of a 2-lot subdivision on Jared Street was also referred to the zoning board. Track Rovte Hollis Palmer, Victoria Cook and Doran Poland were appointed by Mayor Sam Mangieri to consider the request of Con sumers Grain Co. for a truck route. Dwayne Morgan, manager of the grain firm, appeared before the council and made the request for establishment of the road from the grain company north through Cedar Township property. Mangieri tabled consideration of installing street lights near the Cedar Township building until a solution to the truck route is found. The council approved the hiring of Gene Hopping, a private contractor, for the construction of curb and gutter at the rate of |8 a foot. Hopping will furnish materials and do the installation. City help and equipment will be used to take up old installations. Other Business In other business, the council: —Okayed installation of a stop sign on West South Street at South Pennsylvania Avenue. —Agreed to turn on school crossing lights on 111. 41 one week before the start of school. —Approved a $517 bill for bulldozing at old city dump property. The Environmental Protection Agency had instructed the city to level the site and place more cover on it. —Allowed the request of residents on McClure Street to close the block of the street between Martin and Jackson streets Aug. 25 for a party. —Increased the clothing allowance for policemen from $100 to $200 a year. —Denied a request for street lights on a private road running south off Jared Street. —Was informed that a yield sign at the intersection of Cher- ABINGDON MRS. GERALDtNE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: RED St. Augustine, 111. Ph. 462*247? ry and Jackson streets would be replaced. Abingdon police during the past week have issued citations to Michael W. Gordon, 19, 115 W. Martin St., Dave McGraw, 18,1834 Rock Island Ave., Galesburg, and Kim C. Lithander, 21, 96 Blaine Ave., Galesburg, all excessive acceleration; Alvin R. Reynolds, 58, Oneida, speeding, and Stella I. Narajowski,' 24, Rolling Meadows Trailer Court, allowing an unauthorized person to drive. Harold Davis reported to police Monday that an outboard motor had been stolen from his garage on East South Street. David 'larris reported the same day that furniture and drapes Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Horn* Addrtas: 810 N. timber St. Phont 2M-M19 SEE The LATEST IN CALCULATORS The World is changing. So are calculators. Only $119.50 Unicom 103: th* mini with a memory. It gives you instant answers to the calculating problems of today's world. Like on-the-job estimating. Forecasting sales. Working commissions. Figuring taxes and household budgets. Balancing your checkbook. Keeping track of purchases. Or doing math homework. All made easier by the lQ3 's mempry. Unicom 102 is the perfect calculator for the whole family. It's powered by a standard, disposable 9 -volt transistor battery- Fits perfectly in your pocket. Purse. Briefcase. Or glove compartment. And goes with you anywhere to give you answers when you need them. Instantly. Unicom 103. The calculator for daily living. Other Models From $99.95 WILKINSON'S OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 107 E. MAIN — GALESBURG Knoxville SAR Conducts Second Annual Meeting KNOXVILLE - The General Henr^CnojRJnapterof the Sons of the American Revolution have come out against postwar aid to North Vietnam. In addition, members voted unanimously to pay tribute to returned prisoners of war; support the "restoration of an adequate national defense"; retain control of Guantanamo , Naval Base in Cuba and the Panama Canal, and to "do nothing to further compromise -Taiwan's free existence." The resolutions were passed at the SAR's second annual meeting Aug. 4 at the Knoxville Methodist Church. Members presented a commemorative "Lincoln Home" desk set to Mrs. Helen Johnson, Galesburg, for her outstanding service to the local Society of the Children of the American Revolution as well as for her campaign to get new SAR members. Chapter president, Carlisle F. Smith, presented a program entitled "Human Cost of Communism." The Women's Fellowship of. the Pilgrim Congregational Church will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Clifford Pence. Mrs. Maze Larson is co-hostess. Rev. E. D. Lyon will give the program. New Contract MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI) Phil Niekro, Atlanta Braves pitcher, received a new contract Monday before the Braves' exhibition game with the Milwaukee Brewers. Niekro also received a bonus from the club for his no-hitter Sunday against the San Diego Padres. had been stolen from his mobile home at WincheU's Trailer Court. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Heimer purchased the residence of the late Mary Jane Osborne cn Adams Street at a Saturday auction. Mrs. Pauline Stringfield was a weekend guest at the home of her daughter, Miss Barbara Stringfield. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Williams are guests at the home of her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Gabc Pica. On Sunday the group helped their mother, Mrs. A. Pica, a resident of the Abingdon Nursing Home, celebrate her birthday. Some Industries Will Feel Pinch Under Phase IV NEW YORK (UPI) - The investor is faced with "a long- term positive economy and a short-term and relatively negative iPhase TV," says Dean Witter & Co. Under the new controls, some industries' profits "will be quite unfairly pinched," the firm says, but this inequity should be corrected once Phase IV is dismantled. The controls program also has deferred capital expend! tures and an oversupply for industrial commodity producers which may "even be a Messing in disguise for these industries," it adds. "Our domestic inflation problem is directly tied to the money and credit expansion which began in 1964 and 1965," according to Halsey, Stuart & Co. Inc. of Chicago. From 1955 to 1964 the average increase in the money supply was only 2.1 per cent, the letter says, while consumer prices rose at an annual rate of 1.4 per cent During the period from 1965 to 1972 money (supply gains averaged 5.5 per cent and 1 consumer prices increased 4.1 per cent, it adds. "A continuous and massive outpouring of ever greater quantities of money only serves to depreciate further the value of the dollar," says the letter. Knoxville Wheel Stickers on Sale KNOXVILL E—Knoxville wheel tax stickers arrived today and are on safe between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the courthouse. Sept. 1 is the deadline for displaying the stickers on vehicles. Stickers for automobiles cost $3.25; 15.25 for (rucks; and $2.25 Cor motorcycles. The stickers were originally scheduled to arrive in Knox- vffle around the beginning of the month but there was a delay at the factory, officials said. Market Opens Higher, Slips Downward NEW YORK (UPI) - The stock market, after a higher opening on the New York Stock Exchange, turned downward today as investors grappled with new uncertainties posed by news Vice President Agnew is under criminal investigation in Maryland. Minutes before noon, the Dow Jones industrial average had dropped 1.50 to 911.28. Declines pulled ahead of advances, 577 to 548, among 1,524 Issues traded. Activity was good on the early advance, amounting to about 7,000,000 shares by noon, compared with 4,510,000 shares Monday. Arlen Realty led the actives, off ft to 5ft on 91,100 shares. American Telephone & Telegraph Co. preferred "A" was second, unchanged at 49% on 75,900 shares, followed by Smith International (ex-dividend) which gained 1 to 21% on 75,800 shares. Halliburton fell 3. The compa ny announced plans to call for redemption Sept. 6 its $70 million outstanding debentures at 104 per cent plus interest. Glamors lost some ground. Xerox dropped 1%, Bausch & Lomb 1% and Wait Disney 1. Texas Instruments added IVz, while IBM declined 1% and Burroughs 1. Oils moved irregularly high er. Standard Oil of Ohio rose 2V4, Atlantic Richfield 1%, but Naitomias dropped 2 YB. Eastman Kodak fell 1%, leading the chemicals lower. Motors, steels and airlines were indecisive. Rails posted slight gains. Prices on the American Stock Exchange dropped slightly in sluggish trading. Company Raises Price of Paper VANCOUVER, B.C. (UPI) Macmillan Bloedel, Ltd., Mon day increased the price of newsprint $10 a ton to $178 effective Sept. 1. WASHINGTON - Domestic steel output rose 1.1 per cent last week from the previous week to 2.81 million tons, the Amerilcian Iron & Steel Institute announced. Golisburg Register-Moil, Gqlesburfl, III. Tuesday, Aug. 7, 1973 19 GtlMtmt*. IU. Claisified Advertising Dial 341*7181 . OrriCB HOURS: Monday through Friday— Saturday ...^Jflfcfe TR^KSUENT CASH RATS Mttttiv Match l, 1971 Words l-» "5135" I SJl 4-daya a.7« 1-day 1.90 M-30 "3135" I l.U I 4 JO j i .ea I 8.71 I 7.M | $M Blind Ad Chart 1.M 3.13 Card of Thank*. In ^wftmoriam, Lodge Notlett, Othar Notices, 1 inch or leas—aa.75. CASH RATE—Applies when ad is paid within • days from date of last insertion. INDEX Card JI Thanxs - J Building Lots -„«a Aviation - ?SA Apartoents^r^uhed * " I"'." " 193 Apartments— Unfurnished 84 Autos—sport, Foreign 77 Autos—New 78 Autos—Used -79 Business Service ... -7 Business opportunity 17 Boats and Motors -~7o ChUd Care 12 Coins — Stamps — Mlsc M COUNTRY CORNER— Farm - Miscellaneous 40 Farms and Acreages— Rent ....41 Farms and Acreages—Sale —.42 Pasture for Rant ........... 43 Farm Implements - Service*. .44 Feed - Seed - Fertilisers 45 Poultry and Supplies Livestock and SuppUes AucUona —« Commercial Property 89 Construction Equipment 75 Employment Wanted 14 Garages 50 Good Things to Eat 21 Help Wanfed-Male, U Help Wanted-Female — }2 Help Wanted—Male, FomsJ* .—13 Household Goods 26 S oma Improvement 25 ouses for Rent - W In Memoriam a Instruction »» Insurance .1 20 Investments J; Lawn and Garden Needs 34 lost and Found — « Moving — Storage 8 Money to Loan-Wanted 19 Musical i— w --i 22 Mobile Homes for Rent 56 Mobile Home Spaces 87 Mobile Homes for Sale 5$ Motorcycles - Bicycles -74 New Houses for Sale MA NoUces - Lodge 3 Notices - Other Notices - Special - Personal — Office Space 50 Photography - -29 Pets and Supplies 33 S roperty Management -to ooms for Rent 51 Resorts and Cottages «1 Room and Board —32 Real Estate for Sale 63 Real Estate Wanted .. «J Real Estate—Out cf Town 65 Sporting Goods — 71 Transportation —— ; • Trailers - Campers - Equip 72 Tires - Accessories - Parts 73 Trucks - Truck Trallera 76 TV - Radio - Stereo 27 Wanted to Buy - Mlsc 35 Wanted to Rent 88 Miscellaneous . 30 Card of Thanks—1 FORDYCE, Raymond — Many thanks to Rev. Joe M. Lee, our relatives, friends and pallbearers, for the flowers, cards, phone calls, your thoughtful kindness and prayers, during the recent loss of our brother. The Family In Memoriam— 2 PITTSBURGH - Westinghouse Electric Corp. has received a $100 million order from the Mexican Utility Commission for three combined cycle generating plants of 260,000 kilowatts each to be put in operation next year at the commission's stations at Vera Cruz and Tampico. Man Shot ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Willie Foggy, 33, East St. Louis, 111., was shot to death Monday night on a city street. CHURCH, E. W. — In loving mem ory of our husband, father and grandfather who passed away years ago today, August 7, 1970. .God saw you getting weary. He did what He thought best. He came and stood beside you, And whispered "Come and rest" You bid no one a last farewell, Nor even said "Goodby" You were gone before we knew it And only God knows why. Wife, Children and Grandchildren Notices - Special - Personal—5 REDUCE excess fluids with Flul- dex. Lose weight with Dex.-A- Dlet Capsules at West Drugs. DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do something about it? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-2179, 24 hours. Confidential. Notices • Special • Personal—5 SUNBURN? Skin disorders? Try Togo-Derm Vitamin E cream, 1810 IU per tuba at West Drugs. PREGNANT and NEED HELP? Call Birthright 343-4913 Lost and Found—8 SET of car keys lost on yellow novelty key chain. Phone 3438332. Business Service—7 Help Wanted Male-11 ~i I S SALES: Home comfort products. Local territory. Call on dealers, contractors. Start $7,800 plus company car. call Jim Scattergood. 342-1112. Personnel Wittle, Pryor & Smith' LAWNMOWBRS repaired, all makes and models. Air cooled engines for elevators and augers repaired. 10 horse John Deere riding lawnmower for sale. 3425234. WANTED — Roofing and chimney repair. All work guaranteed. 20 years experience, 342-0247. WANTED odd jobs, home repair, paneling and carpenter, cement work, guttering, waterproofing, painting. Allen .Brlggs, 343-7684. BASEMENT CLEANING Phone 343-2458 WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 PAINTING, roofing, 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. 853 E, Brooks. 343-9583. CARPET CLEANING. Dirt Is actually extracted, not Just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Stcamllner, 3424232. PAINTING Interior or Exterior. For free estimates call 342-3996 anytime. Fully Insured. B&R CARPET SERVICE New & Used Installed Repairs — All Kinds 342-4650 , ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2567 Seeding & Sodding 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 343-594S LAWN BUILDING Steve Wilson—343-3946 HOME IMPROVEMENTS Remodeling and roofing. Paul Wilson. 343-3946. Transportation—9 RIDE or rider wanted to Peoria, dally, leave Galesburg 6 A.M., leave Peoria 3 P.M. Call 343-5422. Child Care-10 RELIABLE babysitter in my home 5 days week, 7:30 A.M.-5 P.M. 191 Lake St. Must have own transportation, references required. 342-7155 after 5. WANTED: Babysitter for two amall children — lrom 2:30 to 5 P.M., week days only. Own transportation. Call 342-8751 before 2 P.M. or after 5 P.M. BABYSITTER wanted for 2 children, days. Henderson Grove School district. Phone 342-8536 after 5:30. 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. 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, HI. FULL TIME Electrician wanted. Also full time TV and Appliance serviceman. Apply in person, Olson Electric. Altona. 111. you are married and lies SALES: It , have a sales personality, Blue Chip business machine company would ltke to have you represent them In the Galeeburg area. College helpful. $9,000 plus. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor St Smith Personnel. WANTED — Truck driver and warehouseman. Kllnck'a Furniture, Knoxville. Apply in person, no phone calls. MCDONALD'S Boys 16 years old or older. Applications are now being taken for the coming school year. WANTED — Kitchen help. Must npply In person after 5 pjn. Pizza Hut, 896 W. - tut, 896 Fremont St. MAN for broiler work, some experience preferred. Apply In person. Jim's Steak House, after 5:30. HELP WANTED — L.P. Gas Manager with sales and service experience to manage a bulk and bottle L.P. Gas Department for Stock Land FS, Inc. Apply at 101 o N. Main Street, Monmouth, Illinois. WANTED: HOG & GRAIN FARMER Owner of large hog confinement farm needs an experienced farmer to run the operation on a 50-50 basis. House and 360 acres grain and pasture included. Must be aggressive and well capitalized. Phone 358-1146. EXPERIENCED drywall hangers wanted. 4>,jc per ft. Phone 289- OFFSET Small aggressive company, seeks well qualified and experienced offset pressman, to print on plastic sheets. Excellent opportunity to grow and advance. Many fringe benefits including profit sharing and pension plans. Write or call. Mr. Margolles, President Key Industries Inc. 215 Taylor, East Peoria, 111. 309-694-3138. BABYSITTER wanted in my home to care for baby 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. 1300 Block N. Kellogg St. Write Box 959, care Galesburg Register-Mall. LICENSED, reliable baby sitter has opening tor children. All day, before and after school, or \ 2 day kindergarten children. One block to grade school. 289-2033. Telephone Companies Are Running Out of Numbers By LEROY POPE UPI Business Writer NEW YORK (UPI) - People who move around the country have been puzzled recently to discover in a number of conimunities that you first must dial the number "1" place a long distance call. The three-dig it area codes are something else. Three digits don't provide enough numerical combinations to avoid duplication. But the Number "1" used as "a prefix Business Today the same change in the near term. "We don't actually need the number 1 prefix in New York yet, but we have been anticipating it for some months and already Have made half the to the prefix" makes it clear to [ 0 mechanical changeover neces- sophisticated dialing machinery sary to adapt to the system," that a call is long distance not the spokesman said. , local. That will give greater In Los Angeles, Pacific.Los Angeles up to 152 more ; —• 1 I Telephone & Telegraph Co. said i area code combinations, such! It seems the telephone]it cos ^ about $10 million for! as New York's 212 or Washing- j companies are running out of | mechanical equipment changes'ton 's 202. numbers in thfa:ra^toijand about $575,000 for an: ^ ngchfoery .,1 explosion and greater depend- j advertising campaign to edu-| detector will t ell by ence on phones. jcate the public to use the |Number { ^ ^ ±e Lo Si 'm smaller communities, it .number 1 prefix lor °J rect i Angeles subscriber is trying to may mean that the equipment'dialing of long distance calls. \ &al New york instead of some is a little old-fashioned and not The number 1 system is noti nearb comrnuniry that has up to handling long distance expected to solve permanently;^ ^ ven ^ wa code m I calls with the usual 10 digits,!the mathematical problem that; ° including the area code," said a;is causing the telephone compa- anToJr cities adooi New York Telephone Co. ; nies to adopt it. Something, \Z*Z£~ i Sfi^ n^n spokesman. 'This iT true in better will be devised in the'^^^^^ southern Connecticut and some next 10 or 15 years. ^ areas te 10 use: SHOP WHERE THE BARGAINS ARE THE CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL 3437181 otter regions." The telephone companies if ^ timbers now con- In Los Angeles, the whole have no trouble in getting fuied to other P 31 ^ of city was put on the number 1 sufficient number combinations countrv prefix system in July for direct to keep up with their expanding : Trie long range solution? The dialing of long distance calls. It business out of the regular only ones in sight are a will happen in New York by the seven digit individual line complicated time delay system end of this decade, probably in numbers. A computer can toss or one which would divide all 1978. Chicago, Washington, Bos- out enough of these to prevent big cities into two or more ton and other metropolitan duplication in even the largest artificial zones for telephone complexes probably are in for cities. purposes. STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. Kellogg Hours: 6:30 to 8:00 Air CondlUoned 342-3060 Help Wanted - Male- 11 NEW SALESMEN needed for major insurance company expanding in area. Salary plus commission. Call 343-9077 for appointment. PLANT MAINTENANCE MAN with experience in hydraulic*, electrical and welding for Plastic Injection Molding plant. Apply In person at the personnel office at The H. O. CANFIELD CO.. INC. Llnwood Road. Galesburg, Illinois SUCCESSFUL salesman wanted, top wages, fringe benefits and plenty leads ~ A.M. to app't. ARE YOU TIRED Of factories and construction work? We will employ 3 go-getters who want a ««olld future. InteresUng work with opportunity of 1150-1175 per week, with rapid advancement. Experience not required but must be ambitious and able to get along with people. Phone 3432106 before 10 A.M. An equal opportunity employer. WE HAVE opening for man with some mechanical experience interested in steady work and possible part time bus driving. Galesburg Bus Co., 342-1010. AMBULANCE Attendants wanted for part time. Send resume to P.O. Box 292. Galesburg, 111. 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 P.M. Ask for Jim Harscher. DEPENDABLE man experienced with livestock and farm machinery wanted full time. Top wages. References required. Write Box 958, care Galesburg Register-Mail. Call Mr. Brown, «i 12 noon, 342-5016 for Help Wanted - Female—12 EXPERIENCED ALUMINUM SIDING APPLICATORS Experienced Only Contact Fones & Moore Roofing Co. 465 E. Berrien St. Call or come in for appointment 343-8970 IOCAL Service Manager Trainee spot available for ambitious person. Must want to learn. $9,000 plus benefits. Call Bob Tilton. 342-1112, WitUe, Pryor St Smith Personnel. GRANDVIEW • 2 Part Time Night Waitresses Apply in person GRANDVIEW 2321 Grand Ave. WAITRESS WANTED Reasonable Hours — 3424517 HARBOR LIGHTS Supper Club ADJUSTERS INVESTIGATORS Will train to become branch managers in consumer finance. Rapid advancement, outstanding salary opportunities and employee benefits. Must be at least nigh school graduate and have a serviceable automobile. Veterans on the job training approved. GENERAL FINANCE CORP. 106 E. Main St., Galesburg 342-6141 SECRETARIAL AND General Office Work Must have Shorthand Wagoner Printing Co. 306 E. Simmons WANTED — Married man for year! around farm work. Modern house.; Phone 482-3207. 1 NOW interviewing for full or part tune waitresses. Wajo- man's Restaurant at the Holiday Inn. 1 HAVE FUN, Demonstrate Toys. , gifts and decorations. House of Lloyd, Inc. Call 309-768-2014, i Janice Totten, R.R. 3, Monmouth, : 111. 61462 AVON WANTS YOU! Be an inde- I pendent AVON Representative and earn money in your spare time near home. Cail: 342-1622 or write: Avon Manager, P.O. Box 1385. Galesburg, III. 61401. SHOE SALESMAN Full time or part time, experience preferred but not necessary. Excellent starting wage. Apply in person only. Shane 4: _ Showers Shoe Store. ' DRIVER-OWNER-OPERATOR with| cabover tandem axle tractor, will; need an Indiana ba^e plate, which goes on sale for half price i,™, , t .» cm ' n ,v ~~~~ ~ on Aug 1. Steady work. For more B " : Jr INE FASHIONS.. Earn extra details call Ringle Express col- -^"--^ * lect, Moline. 111. '309-79S-5171. _ SELECTED OPPORTUNITIES iPartial Listing) Estimator—Contractor . $13,000 M E.—Design new products $15,000 Indus'). Tech.—Trainee $12,000 I.E.—No degree required $12,000 Tool Design—Fee paid $!2,0o0 Draftsman—Structural $12,000 : Machinist—Local. Davs $12,000 Filing Tech—Draft. Dept. ..$10,000 Diesel Mech. —Fine oppor. $d .0o0 Slock Clerk—Local trainee . $7,000, Call Bob Tilton. 342-1112. | Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel dollars—and a new wardrobe each season, showing our beautiful line of fashions. Party plan. Top profits. Car necessary. For app't. call Mrs Hays, 343-786? or Mr<. Loy. 285-2511. CHAIR side dental assistant, will train. ExceHent opportunity for professional career with good salary and fringe benefits. Write Box 961. care Galesburg Register- Mail (Continued on Page 22)

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