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   Austin Journal (Newspaper) - August 20, 1967, Chicago, Illinois                                ONLY M.90 2 line WANT AD v- Reaching Over AUSTIN JOURNAL AN ADVERTISING SHOPPER Published by The AUSTIN NEWS ES 9-8600 Vol. 1 Number 49 Office: 4906 W. Chicago Ave. EMPLOYMENT Htlp Wanled-Female SEARS Telephone Sales Full Part Time Hours Available a.m. to 6 p.m. p.m. to 12 Midnight 5 p.m. to 10p.m. 9 a.m. to p.m. 4p.m. to 10 p.m. 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT SEARS is known as a good place to work Excellent pay Merit increases Employee discount Cafeterias Dining Room Group life insurance Group hospitalization Profit sharing Paid vacations and holidays Illness allowance Free shuttle bus -Ample parking facilities Convenient transportation Apply at Our Convenient Employment Office 1025 S. Homan-av. Interviewing 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sears, Roebuck and Company Help Wanted-femafc SEARS TYPISTS Full time, permanent positions only. i 8 a.m. to p.m. SEARS is known as a good i place to work Excellent pay Merit increases Employee discount Cafeterias Dining Room Group life insurance Group hospitalization Paid vacations and hojiday Profit sharing Illness allowance Free shuttle bus Ample parking facilities Convenient transportation Help Payroll Clerks j Immediate openings in our execu- 1 tive offices. 5 days 37Vi hour week. EMPLOYMENT UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY Starting salary based on tions and experience. PROFIT SHARING BLUE SHIELD MAJOR MEDICAL DISABILITY PAY GROUP LIFE INSURANCE Call or Drop in Fvt 594 FOR 2 MATURE WOMEN IN A quaiifica- SALES SERVICE DIVISION WITH A FUTURE. MUST BE I WILLING AND ABLE TO DEVOTE FULL TIME. (NO YOUNG CHIL- MID 30-s TO MID 40's. SOME PAST SALES EXPERI- I ENCE. GOOD HEALTH, RELI- ABLE PERSONAL CAR WE OFFER TO SELECTED AP- PLICANTS: Mrs. J. Elbert Office Personnel Manager JEWEL COMPANIES, INC. 1955 W. North Ave. Melrose Park, III. WAITRESSES Dependable Girls for modern dining room. Must be fast. EXCELLENT TIPS Apply after P.M. 2475 N. Milwaukee AL 2-3661 Apply at Our Convenient Employment Office 1025 S. HOAAAN AVE. Interviewing 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sears, Roebuck and Company We are Equal Opportunity Employ- ers and members of the Chicago Merrt Employment Committee. We are Equal Opportunity Employ- ers and member of the Chicago Merit Employment Committee. TEMPORARY STENOGRAPHERS DICT. OPERATORS Work 1-2 or More days a week TOP HOURLY RATES Call Miss Peters VI 8-9722 SOLDERERS COIL WINDERS Omega Relay 812 No. Pulaski SECRETARY Full Time Must type. Be able to take dictation and charge of 1 Girl Office. Hours flexible. Salary commensurate with experience. Located near Lo- gan Square "L" Apply Mr. Feeley EV 4-4370 (2) Clerk-Typists High SchooT grad, neat appearance. Excellent opportunity in sales dfpt. and purchasing dept. Must have good typing background. MANY COMPANY BENEFITS Guardian Electric Mfg. Co. 1550 W.Carroll CH 3-1100 An Equal Opportunity Employer GENERAL OFFICE Phones, Typing, Figure apti- tude helpful but not neces- sary. Newly decorated air- conditioned office. Lake Pulaski. Excellent transpor- tation and parking. 638-6133 PLUS COMMISSION COMPLETE COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING. 3LUE CROSS, BLUE SHIELD, MA- JOR MEDICAL LIFE INSUR- ANCE AT NO COST TO EMPLOY- EE AND FAMILY. PAID VACA- TION, ANNUAL BONUSES, PEN- SION PLAN. PHONE FOR INTERVIEW APPT. 10 A.M. 3 P.M. SUN LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF AMERICA NA 2-3314 ALDEN'S INC. A Flair for figures and a high school diploma is WE NEED Statistical Typist Payroll Clerks Jr. Accountants Correspondence Clerks I ALDERS INC. 5000 W. Roosevelt Rd. Mary Nelson 854-3838 SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR 11 PM-7 AM Permanent Position With Good Salary And Benefits Experienced or Will Train Apply Personnel Office st. Anne's Hospital 4950 W. Thomas St. X-RAY TECH. Full Time 5-Day Week MADISON-PULASKI NE 8-4131 Htlp Recent High School Graduate RECEPTIONIST X-Ray Dept. of Hosp. Interesting, diversified duties. Typing Required VAn Buren 6-8300 Ext. 33 2ND COOK 40 Hour Week Pleasant Working Conditions Generous fringe benefits Including paid retirement. Shriners Hospital For Crippled Children 2211 N. Oak Park Ave. ME 7-9166 WE ARE LOOKING FOR A girl that enjoys working with figures. Good oppor- tunity for advancement. Many benefits. Near north location. CALL MR. SWIERAD ES 8-6000 EXT. 225 Leaf Brands DIV. OF W. R. GRACE CO. CLERK-TYPIST INTERESTING, PERMANENT PO- SITION FOR A BRIGHT DEPEND- ABLE GIRL LIGHT TYPING, VARIED WORK. EXCELLENT COMPANY BENE- FITS. 5 DAY WEEK. LOCAL LOAN CO. 1 NO. PULASKI AVON EARNINGS Immediate Placement Quality Products CHGO. 583-5147 SUB. 965-3240 MARRIED WOMAN who wants Ads are a Thrifty Accomplishment SSO-wkly. workmg a few evening hrs. No canvassing. Use of car nec- essary. Call: Mrs. Dorvaszek, TO 3-2712. SELL-RENT-BUY-HIRE 14 SALESWOMEN 4 Evenings a i Inexpensively week. 54 an Hour. 484-5417 EMPORARY ELEPHONE ORDER AKERS 2 SHIFTS A.M. P.M. and P.M. P.M. HIRING NOW Will Start To Work Sopt. 5th For 3 To 4 Woeks MUST HAVE: PLEASANT SPEAKING VOICE LEGIiLE HANDWRITING EXCELLENT SALARY 20% CATALOG DISCOUNT MODERN AIR CONDITIONED OFFICES FREE PARKING LDENS WORK AT Carson Pirie Scott Co. West of the Loop and convenient to Northwestern or Union Station! FULL OR PART TIME POSITIONS Now Open for Carson's Gateway Shops Our Exciting new of Shops in GATEWAY CENTER 120 So. Riverside Plaza Sell men's, women's fashions, lingerie, leisure- wear, cosmetics, greeting cards, stationery and gift items. WORK FROM A.M. to 6.-00 P.M. Full Time or A.M. to P.M. Part Time ES 9-8600 NO SATURDAYS Liberal company benefits including discount privileges CALL 744-2330 For interview or Apply In Person AT 1 South State Street Employment Office I. INC. 5000 W. Roosevilt Rd.. 154 imi LEARN KEY PUNCHING NO FEE On-the-job training YOU CAN EARN WHILE YOU LEARN experience necessary) APPLY IN PERSON TO MAY SPEH DATA CENTER 4020 W. DIVISION STREET CHICAGO, ILL. Sunday, August 20, 1967 Newsstand Price lOc RECORDS f Garden Concert A lovely August night, a garden setting and -Park, a resounding success. The band, directed beautiful music combined to make the fourth by Ralph Wagner, (foreground) is made up of annual "Just for Fun" band concert given by business and professional men who enjoy play- the Austin Community band Friday at the ing music "just for fun.M home of band member, Charles Hassler, Oak Panama Canal Surrender 'Calamitous' Collier The Senate will soon begin consideration of a treaty where- by the United States would sur- render its sovereignty in the Panama Canal Zone. "I am unalterably opposed to the ratification of such a trea- said Cong. Harold R. Col- lier. "Under our Constitution, the President. shall have power by and with the advice and consent of the Senate to make treaties, but I do not un- derstand this to mean that members of the House should remain silent on such an impor- tant matter as our jurisdiction in the Canal Zone." It seems to Collier that very little, if any, advice has been given the President, either by the Senate collectively or by in- dividual senators. "It is there- fore all the more necessary for members of the House to speak out. "Representatives should not only listen to the voices .of their constituents; they also have a solemn duty to alert them to what is going on in the nation's capital and to speak out when their vital interests are threat- ened." Collier recently appeared be- fore a subcommitte of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs and testified in behalf of his resolution in opposition to the Johnson administration's proposed treaty. About 130 House colleagues have either indorsed his resolution or intro- duced similar proposals. The resolution declares it to be "the policy of the Congress and the desire of the people of the United States that the Unit- ed States maintain its sover- eignty and jurisdiction over the Panama Canal Zone" and "that it is the sense of the Con- gress that the Government of the United States maintain and protect its sovereign rights and jurisdiction over said Canal and that the United States Govern- ment in no way forfeit, cede, negotiate, or transfer any of these sovereign rights or juris- diction to any other sovereign nation or international organi- zation." "By adoption of such a strongly-worded resolution, the House will let the Senate and the chief executive know that it is emphatically opposed to rati- fication of the pending Collier said. "The fundamental question in the proposed surrender of our sovereignty over the Canal Zone is not whether the United States rather than Panama shall control this strategic area, but whether the United States rather than international Com- munism shall control continued. "If Western civiliza- tion is to be able to defend it- self against Communist aggres- sion, it is absolutely imperative that the United States continue to control, maintain, operate, and protect, the Fdiieuuei Canal. "If we relinquish full sover- eignty over this stategic wa- terway, all of the nations of Lat- in America will inevitably and swiftly go the way of Cuba. If the Vietcong can tie us up in Southeast Asia for more than five years, what is to prevent a similar situation frcm occur- ring in the jungles of Latin America under the Soviet lead- ership? "Right now we are permit- ting the transit of vessels that carry munitions and other sup- plies for North Vietnamese ar- mies. The situation is bad enough as it is, but it would be far worse if Panama becomes a co-manager of the Canal. In such an event, Panamanian pol- icy would be adamant against any use of the canal that might offend Communist powers and our government would become involved in a constant state of friction with Panama concern- ing matters of this character. "Surrender of the Panama Canal will not only encourage Communist revolutionary over- throw of constitutional govern- ment in other Latin American countries, but it would have a calamitous impact on such oth- er crucially important strategic places as Southeast Asia, Gi- braltar, the Suez Canal, the Red Sea, and Southern Africa. "Under the terms of the trea- ty of 1903 between our country and Panama, the United States was granted exclusive use, oc- cupation, and control of the Ca- nal Zone, in perpetuity.Panama j had been a land of endemic I revolution, so the framers of j the treaty insisted that it con- I tain sovereignty, and protective clauses, thus guaranteeing the political sta- bility that was so essential for the future efficient operation of the canal. "Instead of surrendering the Canal Zone, the United States should reassert its position in the sovereign control of the Ca- nal Zone and Panama Canal and hold Panama to strict and just accountability for respect- ing and enforcing its obligations under the treaty of 1903. We should withdraw all arrange- ments for shared management of the Collier conclud- ed. Cycle Accidents Ahead of 1966 A warning to drivers of mo- torcycles, motor scooters and similar vehicles that they have the same obligations as auto- mobile drivers to obey traffic regulations and to drive care- fully has been given by Police Superintendent James B. Con- hsk, Jr He pointed out that Chicago has experienced a sharp from 11 for all of 1966 to 19 during the first seven months of this fatalities fro accidents involving motorcycles, while motorcycle registrations rose only about 25 percent over last year. Up to July 1, the police traffic record office reported, there had been 676 accidents involving motorcycles in the city this year with 420 of them involving injuries, sometimes to more than one person. Conlisk's reported 19 fatali- ties included only one in the Fillmore, Austin and Shake- speare police districts, that one being in the 2200 block of Cly- bourn. The seven-month fatality fig- ure is misleading and too con- servative when compared to the total 1966 figure, police officials said, because motorcycles gen- erally do not appear in num- bers until good year not until late March. Weather during most of last January, all of February and most of March kept the two- wheelers off the streets. Thus, the 676 motorcycle ac- cidents up to July 1 actually in- cluded practically only those during a period of less than four months. Heard And Seen BY MART STUABT POLITICAL recall when rich men used to fight the they're all in it. I've heard criticism of Mayor DALEY's pow- erful but there are precincts in Chicago; all ward committeemen have been alerted to watch their precincts for any signs of trouble, and instantly report is won- derful "organization." Chicago may be saved burning, looting and to Mayor DALEY'S management and COURAGE! Now, with a 5 per cent tax on food, why doesn't Chicago adopt the New York structure? There, a restaurant does not tax unless the amount is or over. This also applies to grocery stores. Here, when a poor family buys bread or milk the buyer is taxed for a necessity of life .Eventually taxes will he so high, citizens will be confined to the necessities, and forget about the luxuries. .The cost of living has overcome gravity! MAESTRO SKITCH HENDERSON and wife have opened an Cafe m New York. Wonder why he and JOHNNY really .FRANK SINATRA can now go to Mexico- barred because his film, "Marriage on the disparaged Mexico and the Mexican people. .London is considering selling it's old, famous "London built in 1831, to make way for a new and larger span. .This hot and muggy off jntil tomorrow anything you should do today. .It is predicted that by 1970, cost of hospital private rooms will zoom to per day. .HENRY FORD III commented on union demands: "In 1914, my grandfather made history by introducing the a day wage. By middle of this year, FORD'S average labor cost is expected to be 55 an .Said Gen. IKE of the Viet Nam should go in with all we Did it ever occur to you that you are a part of the people who can be fooled some of Ihe "CHiCAOtO'S 1G14N. Pulaski Rd.   

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