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Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Addrtit: StO N. timber M, Phone 2 »-»l« Park Lights Are Proposed In Knoxville KNOXViLLB-The Knoxville City Council Monday discussed, but took no action on a proposal that the city install limits, a noffsesnoe court ana snunie- board courts in James Knox Park. The proposal was made by a member of the Community Action League. The council also discussed 1 I'-lj. Guru Gets Gooped Quietly panicked aides of the Guru Maharaj Ji, trying to think of what to say, offer a cloth to wipe off the remains of a shaving cream pie that was slapped into the face of the guru as he waited outside the Detroit Common Council chambers yesterday. The pie was hurled by a disgruntled newspaper reporter who said he wanted to prove the "perfect master" was mortal. UNIFAX possible construction of a small utility shed in the park. No action was taken. A final payment of $4,008 was made on the Henderson Road construction bond. The payment came from motor fuel tax funds In other business, the council heard a request from Jack Block to reopen Washington Street in the north part of town. The Knoxville High School Class of '68 will hold a reunion Aug. 18 at the Gafesburg Holiday Lm. For more information persons may contact Dee Earnst. Slapstick Pie Shows Guru Not Above Mortal Pranks DETROIT (UPI) - A bearded young man pulled a shaving cream pie out of a bouquet of roses and slapped it into Guru Maharaj Ji's face, then said, "I always wanted to throw a pie in God's face." The 15-year-old Indian guru was appearing before the Detroit Common Council at the time of the incident Tuesday. The council was considering a special testimonial resolution for him. The shaving cream dripped down the guru's broad face and onto the front of his suit. Robbs Move To New Home RICHMOND, Va. (UPI) Mrs. Lynda Bird Robb, daughter of the late President Lyndon Johnson, and her husband Charles have moved into a four-bedroom home. The home, built in 1968, is valued at $96,500. Robb will begin a one-year clerkship to U.S. Circuit Court Judge John D. Butzner Jr. later this month. "This was probably nothing like the nails through Jesus Christ," he said. The pie thrower identified himself as Pat Halley, 22, a reporter for the anti-establishment Detroit newspaper Fifth Estate. "The Guru is just a slick businessman," Halley said. "I always wanted to throw a pie in God's face," he said "God represents the ultimate in authority and I represent the ultimate in disrespect for authority." The guru, Halley said, "was radiating dollar signs of peace and love." Maharaj Ji said, "I just want to apologize to that person who did that to me. I do not want him arrested or hurt. If someone doesn't understand something, he cannot be responsible for what he does." Halley escaped from the grasp of guards. Councilman David Eberhard, a Lutheran, minister, objected to the resolution, which honored the guru for working toward peace, love and unity. His own religion, Eberhard said, made the situation a conflict of interest. Also, "I can't be part of supporting a fake," Eberhard said. He was the only person voting against the testimonial resolution—the first time in recent council history that anyone did not support such a resolution. The guru is on a tour of the United States, and was making a stop before a formal speaking engagement Saturday in Detroit. He said he has the key to a greater spiritual unity, and the ability to dispense perfect knowledge. The Council of Churches Tuesday set Sept 9 as the date for a reception for teachers of School District 202. The reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. at the United Methodist Church, The next meeting of the Council of Churches will be Sept. 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the United Methodist Church. Members plan to discuss formation of a joint Bible school for next summer. School District 202 will begin its 1973-74 year Aug. 27 with a teacher workshop day. Regular classes will begin the following day. Buses will run at the normal time on the first day of classes and students will be returned home at 11 a.m. Book rental is $12 for students in grades 1-12 and $6 for kindergarten. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Courter, Banks, Ore., are visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Lucille Courter, and his brother, George Courter, near DeLong. New Restaurant Has Opening In North Henderson NORTH HENDERSON Shirt's Coxy Comer, a new res taurant, had its grand opening and open house Aug. 1 Assisting with serving free coffee and doughnuts were Mrs. Carl Swanson, Mrs. Robert Hunt and Mrs. Richard McCaw. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johson Colorado Springs, Colo., have purchased the house formerly owned by Mrs. Grace Bruner. Johnson is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ray Selman. Mrs. Selman taught in the North Henderson and Alexis schools. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lyons spent the July 28-29 weekend at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson, Brooklyn Park, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Nelson have returned home after a visit to the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Nelson, Corvallis, Ore. Back From Arizona Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson have returned home after spending several weeks at the home of their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Nelson, Scottsdale, Ariz. Guests July 27-28 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Coons were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stegall of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Nail and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nail attended horse races July 28-29 at Henderson, Ky. Mrs. Maude Hall, Mrs. Joe d'Asto and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pruett have returned home from a vacation trip to Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adams have returned to Hartford,Calif., after visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adams. Floyd Hedrick of Lincon spent the July 28-29 weekend at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mitchell. Golesburo Re9ister-Moil, Golcsburg, 111, Wednesdoy, Aug, 8, 1971 :S9 Galesburg, 111. Classified Advertising Dial 343-7181 „ . OfflCE HOURS: Monday through Friday-' S A.M.-4:30 P.M. Saturday S A.M.-3 PJI. TRANSIENT CASH RATE Words 7-daya 4-days 1-day 1-20 1 5.21 3.7S | 1J0 21-25 I 6.13 4J0 i 1.63 28-30 > 6.76 I 4.4S | 1*2 31-3S 7.84 | 3.24 | 2.13 Blind Ad Charge--80c Card of Thanks, In Memorlam, Lodge Notices, Other Notices, 1 inch or less—12.78. CASH RATE—Applies when ad Is I iaid within 8 days from date of ast Insertion. Business Service—? O O PAINTING Mtvfcc, few estimate*. . Reasonable, insured. Houses, bams, metal foots, hot •he* in the field. Will go any" when and Mint anytwnf. Phone Oquawka 867-8101 of Ketthstour* 374-2247. WANTED — Roofing and chimney repair. All work guaranteed, 20 years experience, 342-0247. Traaaporuitiofh-I RIDE or rider wanted to Peoria, daily, leave Galeabrirg 6 A.M., leave Peoria 3 PJht. Call 343-S422, Child Care-It BABYSITTER wanted in Silas Willard area, for 2 children. Phone 342-6831 after 8. INDEX Card M Thames - — 1 Building lots -JM Aviation ISA Antiques 31 Apartments—Furnished S3 Apartments—Unfurnished ....—84 Autos—Sport, Foreign 77 Autos—New 78 Autos—Used 79 Business Service „ - 7 Business Opportunity 17 Boats and Motors 70 Child Care — .-10 Coins — Stamps — Mlsc 38 COUNTRY CORNER— Farm - Miscellaneous 40 Farms and Acreages—Rent 41 Farms and Acreages—Sale —42 Pasture for Rent 43 farm Implements - Services..*.} Feed - seed - Fertilisers l .45 Poultry and Supplies 46 Livestock and Supplies 47 Auctions —48 Commercial Property .- 80 Construction Equipment 78 Employment Wanted 14 Garages 60 Good Things to Eat 21 Help Wanted—Male 11 Help Wanted—Female ... 12 Help Wanted—Male, Female .—13 Household Goods 36 Home Improvement 28 Houses for Rent 88 In Memorlam -2 Instruction _ ;g Insurance ?o Investments 18 Lawn and Garden Needs 34 lost and Found 6 Moving — Storage 8 Money to Loan—Wanted 19 Musical 28 Mobile Homes for Rent 86 Mobile Home Spaces 87 Mobile Homes for Sale 66 Motorcycles - Bicycles -74 New Houses for Sale 62A Notices - Lodge 3 Notices - Other. „.-.- - J Notices - Special - Personal —8 Office Space 80 Photography » Pets and SuppUes 33 Property Management 16 Rooms for Rent - 81 Resorts and Cottages 61 Room and Board 82 Real Estate for Sale 63 Real Estate Wanted 64 Real Estate—Out et Town 6} Sporting Goods 71 Transportation - ----- » Trailers - Campers - Equip. .—.72 Tires - Accessories - Parts 73 Trucks - Truck Trailers 70 TV - Radio - Stereo 27 Wanted to Buy - Mlsc 33 Wanted to Rent - 88 Miscellaneous - 30 RELIABLE babysitter in my home 8 days week, 7:30 A.M.-S PM. 191 Lake St. Must have own transportation, referencea required. 342-7198 after 8. Help Watted'Male-U • a J, EXPERIENCED dfywaif. hani "* wanted. 4'/»e per ft. Phone AREA company needs individual to train at liome attfc* then raeve into territory. 87,800 plus. Cell Jim SeMietgW, 342-llrtT wmie, , Pryof St sttitth Ptmtmti.^ 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. Mfv Maf- golies, President Key Industries inc. 215 Taylor, East Peofla, til. 309-694-3138. WANTED: Babysitter for two small children — from 2:30 to 5 P.M., week days only. Own transports- Call 342-8731 * before 2 P.M. ttotv or after 8 PJtt BABYSITTER wanted for 2 children, days. Henderson Grove School district. Phone 342-8836 after 8:30. 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. CaU 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 969, care Galesburg Register-Mail. STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. Kellogg Hours: 6:30 to 6:00 Air Conditioned 342-3060 Help Wanted • Male-11 BARN $200 to 8800 per week selling and inatalllng mobile home •ldrtlnf. Exclusive county dealership* available. Write or call; Marcus Industries, 3611 North Vermilion, Danville, Illinois 61832. (217) 443-6100. NEW SALESMEN needed for major insurance oompany expanding in area. Salary plus commission. Call 343-9077 for appolnt- mont. PLANT MAINTENANCE MAN with experience in hydraulics, electrical and welding for Plastic In- jecUon Molding plant. Apply in person at the personnel office at The H. O. CANFIELD 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, 342-8016 for app't. Horse Show Classes Listed ABINGDON - The Abingdon Fall Festival board will meet at the fairgrounds Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Plans have been completed by the board for the festival horse show to be held at the fairgrounds Saturday at 7 p.m. The all-western horse show is sanctioned by the Illinois Stock Horse Assn., and classes will THIS tttronr TO Be nrruHNto TO DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY OFFICE OF REVENUE SHARING 1900 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. N.W. WASHINGTON. D.C. 20226 (L) DEBT How has 0m availability of ravenue sharing, lundt affected the borrowing raquirama'nli of your Juriidiclion? AVOIDED DEBT INCREASE i f LESSENED DEBT INCREASE £J NO EFFECT TOO SOON TO PREDICT EFFECT (M) TAXES In which of tht following mannara did tha availability of Ravanua Sharing Fund* affaci tha ui lavala of your Jurisdiction? Chart M many t* apply. • BNABlfOSIDUeiNGTHI SAHOFAMAJOHTAX • MfcVINTID INCREASE IH MTfOFAUAJOSTAX • PREVENTED ENACTINQ A NEW MAJOR TAX • REDUCED AMOUNT OF RATI INCSEAIIOFA MAJOR TAX) | J HO EFFECT ON TAX UVEIS {""] TOO SOON TO PMHCTIFFICT OPERATING/MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES PRIORITY EXPENDITURE CATEGORIES |A) I PUBLIC SAFETY ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 3 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION! HEALTH IICREATION UIIABJES SOCIAL SERVICES, FOBAOWSPOORJ FIKANCIAL ADMINISTRATION k TdTAl ACTUAL F OnRATING /MAI*> TENiNCEUMN- CITURES ACTUAL EXPENDITURE6 IB) mem ItSiDIOt utumuaot UHOSTIW KiMOl ,o| riKinr USIS 101 wwoa UlAJIOtl iiavtcii it. % % % % % % % INI CERTIFICATION (HaaM Rssd InaUuction 'FT. *"*Tti» na*i audi* h*vt b**n *dvi»*d that * tomplauj copy of ataia) raport hit baan publithtd in • tocaj nttMpwv of gaAtfal circulation. I havt ratty d» dscumtMHal tha ccx««r)tf U Mm lltwrl •nd Uw «r« span lot public *od rmrajbsa* *<mtipy. AddUiontlly. I certify that I lm tbs chitf aaocutivaj' offictf •od. raaetct to th# «ntiii»m*fit iunds npMtd haraon. I Srtify that thay hav« not beta vttd in violauoa of gahtr tht •riority axpanditura requiraroant (Sactiea 109) «f ths matchtng fc^c ^Stion ISaction 104) of th| Act Iffl ™V gT " tlN P * lP0Kt Ravanui Sharing Fundi Raciivid Thru Jun* 30. 1973 S. • Imajratl Earned S. Tola) Fund* Amiable i- Amount E«p«ndad I. f. 15.6&4 0 15,694 15.694 TNiaovnsjMMrcf GALESBURG CITY TOWNSHIP HAS USED ITS REVENUE SHAWNS PAYMENT FOR THE PERIOD BEQINNINQ JAN. 1, 1973 ENDING JUNE 30, 1973 IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER BASED UPON A TOTAL PAYMENT OP $ 15,694 ACCOUNT NO. 14 3 048 801 GALESIURG CITY TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR Knox County 63 Simmons Galesburg, III. 61401 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES PURPOSE IE) 10 MULTI- PURPOSEANO GENERAL GOVT. 12 HEALTH 13 TRANSPORTATON 14 SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 15 HOUSING % COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 17 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION ts PUBLIC SAFETY IS RECREATION CULTURE 200TICf|/*ff »yX ACTUAL EXPENDITURES (F» PERCENT USED FOR: EmiMIMT iCI RasTRcrsH % % % % % % UW •crjuismoa m % % % osrr •fflasMff u % % % Abingdon MRS. GSRALDINE BAUER Correspondent RTO St. Augustine, 111. Phone 462-2477 consist of open halter, open '73 foal, Appaloosa and Paint halter, western pony pleasure, barrel race, local pony class, lad-; ies western pleasure, flag race, junior western pleasure, costume class, men's western pleasure and plug race. Judge for the events will be Larry White. Chairmen of the festival horse show are Cecil Anderson and Lee Marks. Screen committee is Jack Wherley and Robert Morris. Festival officials have announced that advance carnival tickets are now on sale at several businesses in the Abingdon area. Tickets are good for any day and may be used on any ride except the bumper cars. Kampers Towne, a camping area east of Abingdon, dedicated a new recreational building last Saturday night. Tommy Ronk's band provided music for the celebration. Abingdon High School class of 1958 will have its 15th reunion at Holiday Inn Saturday. Social hour will be at 6:30 p.m., and the dinner is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Harland and Jack C. attended boot camp graduation at Great Lakes Naval Base last Friday. Among the graduates were their son, Bill, and John Brand, also an Abingdon resident. Singer Stages Hunger Strike , SIGNATURE Of CMIU EXECUTIVE OFEtCIS . Kicrurd M. iurqland, Supervisor NAVE A TITLE. fLEASi FRtNT Otittburg teoitf r-M<il August 7, 1973 t *AW Cf llMrVAfa GATE rulUSSit sense of balance about what to do in politics... I've never known him to do anything incompetent." Another editor: "Howard is very serious. He weighs everything he says and does with lawyer-like care and precision." A UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT: "He's got a following just as a man, because he's always the same. He's a man of high qualities, yet human and gifted with untenant* big." The words from these Tet> riesseans and others resound like echoes and coalesce in a dazzling pattern that reads: Brilliance of mind, flashing comprehension, integrity, balance and fairness, a capacity to articulate, and ability to get action leading to solutions. In 30 years of sketching public figures, I've never encountered such overwhelming concurrence of judgment, nor struggled so much in vain to find real enemies or even moderately convincing critics. His brashness in the early quest for GOP leadership is a valid knock, but may have borne home a lesson. The comments suggesting lack of commitment and passion run athwart contrary assertions of firm, if low-key, conviction and engaging warmth. LONDON (UPI) — Singer (NEXT: Baker the Private Man) i Janie Jones, who has been jailed while awaiting trial in The term of office for a Sen- connection with Britain's payo- ator is six years, and the terms la scandal, has gone on a;are staggered. Thus only one- hunger strike, a jail spokesman Ivory Snow Girl Sex Superstar NEW YORK (UPI) -"I'm a superstar of sex," Marilyn Chambers, the Ivory Snow girl of pornographic films, said Tuesday night. "I'm really enjoying myself." Miss Chambers, the willowy blonde of "Behind the Green Door," also had some com ntefirts about the recent ' Su preme Court decision on obscenity that may put hardcore sex films out of business. "It's impossible for a court to decide what good taste is or isn't," she continued. "It's up to the individual. "Besides," she added, "sex is here to sltay." Miss Chambers gained publicity for her film recently when it was disclosed she adorned an Ivory Snow detergent box in a photograph she modeled for several years ago. Card of Thanks—1 MY SINCERE thank* to each and everyone who remembered me with so many kindnesses during my stay in St. Mary's hospital. To the nurses, Rev. Hogan and my doctors, I am deeply grate ful. Forrest Bates Abingdon, 111. In Memor.am—2 SEAMAN, Harley G. — In loving memory of our husband, farther and grandfather who passed away 1 year ago August 2, 1972. Till memory fades and life departs You live forever in our hearts. The Family ARE YOU TIRED Of factories and construction work? We will employ 2 go-getters who want a solid future. Interesting work with opportunity of I1B0-S175 per week, with rapid advancement. Experience not required but must be ambitious and stole 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. DEPENDABLE man experienced with livestock and farm machinery wanted fuU time. Top wages. References required. Write Box 986. care Galesburg Register-Mail. Help Wanted • Female—12 MAKE TOP PAY ' THE PLAYHOUSE WAY Demonstrate Toys and Gifts <<•• Work til December Weekly pay — S&H Green Stamps No delivering or collecting " No experience necessary CaU EsUUe 954-2051 "' Janet 319-754-3218 GRANDVIEW • 2 Part Time Night Waitresses Apply In person GRANDVIEW 2221 Grand Ave. '. WAITRESS i WANTED ! Reasonable Hours — 342-45.7 HARBOR LIGHTS; Supper Club : EXPERIENCED ALUMINUM SIDING APPLICATORS Experienced Only Contact Fones & Moore Roofing Co. 465 E. Berrien St. Call or come in for appointment 343-8070 ADJUSTERS INVESTIGATORS WUl train to become branch managers in consumer finance. Rapid advancement, outstanding salary opportunities and employee benefits. Mus^ be at least high 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 '_ NOW interviewing for full or part time waitresses. Wajo- man's Restaurant at the Holiday inn. WANTED — Married man for year around farm work. Modern house Phone 4B2-3207. 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, Mollne. 111. 300-799-5171. Notices - Other— i ON AND after this date. Aug. 8, 1973, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other than myself. Jan P. Cannon 1265 S. Farnham St. Notices • Special - Personal—5 Senatoiv (Continued From Page 24) DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do something about It? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-2179, 24 hours. Confidential. . NORWALK Vitamin E Skin Cream and Chewable Tablets now avaU- able at Hawthorne Drug. PREGNANT and NEED HELP? Call Birthright 343-4913 Lost and Found—• SET of car keys lost on yellow novelty key chain. Phone 3438332. Business Service—7 Apply •rson at Gambles by PART-TIME janitor, phone or in persor Music, 564 N. Henderson. 342-4105 RARE opportunity — local expanding business needs Individual experienced in meeting the pubUc for light sales work In this srea. Ages 22-55. Better than average position. Dignified work with good future. Replies confidential. Send brief resume and phone number to Post Office Box 379, Galesburg or call 343-7818 EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES (partial listing) Estimator—Conartx. Firm 818,000 Project Engr.—New Prod, -i 114,000 Indus'l. Tech.—Engr. Dept. —1113,000 Indus'l. Engr.—Tee Paid :)13,000 Draftsman—Structural : .12,000 Tool Design—Nat'l. Co I H2.000 Machinist-Fee Paid $10,000 Diesel Mech.—Area Firm _—$8,000 Service Mgr.—Trainee — »?,000 Matnt. Man—Area oppty.l : 0,000 Foreman—Growth poll. 119,000 Bulk Driver—Farm bkgrnd. „i 6,500 Grain Operator—Fee Paid 16,500 Stock Clerk—Locall 16,500 Call Bob Tilton, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel LAWNMOWERS repaired, all makes and models. Air cooled engines for elevators and augers repaired. 10 horse John Deere riding lawnmower for sale. 3425234. WANTED odd Jobs, home repair, paneling and carpenter, cement work, guttering: waterproofing 343* painting. Allen Brlggs, 34 •7684. BASEMENT CLEANING Phone 343-2458 WEED MOWING E, J. MARTIN - 342-0521 PAINTING, roofing, carpentry, cement work. Free estimates. 1221 Garden Lane. Phone 343-0986. WANTED; Any type home repair: cement, carpenter work, basement waterproofing, gutters, painting. Work guaranteed. 553 E. Brooks. 343-9563. OPERATOR For Small Offset Press Wagoner Printing Co. 306 E. Simmons AVON WANTS YOU! Be an independent AVON Representative and earn money In your spare time near home. Call: 342-1622 or write: Avon Manager, P.O. Box 1385, Galesburg, 111. 61401. side dental assistant,~\vili Excellent opportunity for CHAIR train. „ professional career"with good isai- ary and fringe benefits. Wjite Box 961, care Galesburg Register- Mail. MOTEL maid, steady, 9 ajn.-l:30 pjn., Monday through Saturday. Call 342-0100. WANTED — Saleslady. Apply at The Bounty Hut Health Food Store, 57 S. Seminary. Phone 3424717 .J WOMAN—20 or over to work- in office. Should enjoy talking with people as work involves conSid- crabie telephoning 343-7818. ' RAPID ADVANCEMENT possible in sales spot for career minded person. S368 plus bonus. CaU Maine Elder, 342-1112, Wlttle. Pryor 8c Smith Personnel. I LADIES to work part time on new cosmetic program for North Side Drug in Galesburg. Flexible working hours. Complete free training. Car necessary. For interview app't. call 342-1185. ] CONCESSION girls and cashiers wanted for Orpheum, West «nd Drive-In Theatres. Must be* 16 or over. 81.50 per hour. Apply in person at Orpheum Theatre after 7:30 P,M. ; DAY and night waitress, also kitchen help, nights. Apply Beserras Taco use. GENERAL OFFICE: Variety of-duties, smaU office. Shorthand helpful. $300 plus benefits. Call Elaine Elder, 342-1112. Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. wanted at once, erienced and willing e 342-7872 after 3 CARPENTER Must be e to work. PI PM. SALES: Local territory for individual with business, or •alesbaclc- ground. Degree helpful, $9,000, fee paid. Call Jim Soattergood, 3421112, Wittlt, Pryor at Smith Personnel. CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamliner, 3424232. PAINTING Interior or Exterior. For estimates call 342-3906 time. FuUy Insured. free any- B & R CARPET SERVICE New & Used Installed Repairs — All Kinds 342-4650 , ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2567 Seeding & Soddi E. J. MARTIN - 342-052 52rV CITYWIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL We furnish metal containers for apts., 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. Call low bidder Bill, 3421134. 24 years of experience. _ WEED MOWING BARBER Stylist wanted. Magnuson's Barber Stylist Shop, 40 S. Prairie. Phone 342-2816 or 3435374. PRINTER for offset plant in Peoria. Excellent opportunity. _ Call for appointment, 674-6022. FULL TIME~"E]ec'trician wanted. Also full time TV and Appliance serviceman. Apply in person, Olson Electric, Altona, 111. WANTED — Truck driver and" warehouseman. Klinck's Furniture, Knoxville. Apply in person, no phone calls. ATTENTION Openings on day shift for waitress and dressing table operator. No experience necessary. Applicants must be neat and dependable. Apply in person between 0 and 11 A .M. STEAK N SHAKE . 1066_N._Henderson • KITCIIE^J Help wanted., Apgl^ in person, Knox Manor, 820 5th GENERAL OFFICE: Versatility key word In this prestige spot. $6,240 plus benefits. Call Elaine Elder, 942-1112, Wittle. Pryor it Stpith Personnel. FULL or part time grill cook for air conditioned kitchen. Experience preferred but not necessary. For further Information call 3436645 before 5 pjn. or 342-6415 after 7 p.m., Northgate Lounge, And ask for Jack Enes. ^ . HAVE FUN! Sell Toys & Gifts MERRI MAC TOY SHOWS Box 215 New Windsor, 111. > 667-2204 MCDONALD'S Boys 16 years old or older. Applications are now being taken for the coming school year. WANTED — Kitchen help. Must apply in person after 5 p.m. Pizza Hut. 896 W. Fremont St. MAN for broiler work, some experience preferred. Apply in person, Jim's Steak House, after 5:30. LOCAL Manager needs individual to assist in retail business. Will train. $6,500 plus good bonus. Call Jim Scattergood. 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor 8c Smith Personnel. ws won JO «f KTVMfo io iMotrr. of THS TMASUW said Tuesday. third of the Senate has Us terms expire every two years. 343-5949 LAWN BUILDING Steve Wilson—343-3946 HOME IMPROVEMENTS Remodeling and roofing. Paul Wilson. 343-3946. ? HELP WANTED — L.P. Gas Manager with sales and service experience to manage v, bulk and bottle L.P. Gas Department for Stock Land FS, Inc. Apply at 1010 N. Main Street, Monmouth, Illi_ nois. 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. ATTRACTIVE ladies with 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 KITCHEN help wanted. Angslo's Italian Restaurant, 1824 N. Hen- deraon St. Phnoe 343-0213, ~j WANTED PEOPLE interested' in 2nd or 3rd income part-tl .T >e in their own home. Earning fiom $100 to $1,000 a month. Write Box 966, care Galesburg Register-Mail. , TAKING applications for 2 • fry cooks and 2 waitresses at 'The Huddle Coffee Shop. May call for appt. 343-5151. ' FIVE PEOPLE WANTED If you want to work, this is ' something you can start immediately. Telephoning our customers to inform them of our new product, now available. Male or female, ages 17 to 75 accepted. Generous salary, paid waakly, plus coramissjons and bonuses. Apply daily 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 508 N, Pearl St. ; FULL TIME salesperson—Our reputation for fair dealing continues to increase our business. We need one full time salesperson. Experience preferred. Harold Wflson Realty, 343-3103. \ ^Continued on Page 40).

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