Oak Park Journal, July 30, 1967

Oak Park Journal

July 30, 1967

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Oak Park Journal (Newspaper) - July 30, 1967, Chicago, Illinois ONLY 2 Line WANT AD Reaching Over y Homes Vol. 1 Number 46 EMPLOYMENT OAK PARK JOURNAL AN ADVERTISING SHOPPER MEMBEI OAK MRK RIVER FOREST CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The AUSTIN NEWS K 9-8600 Village 8-2545 Office: 4906 W. Chicago Ave. SUNDAY, JULY 30. 196' Help Wanted-Female Help Wanted Fs-ralc Help Wanted-Female EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted-Female TELEPHONE SALES Full and jrt Time hours available Sears 1 Sears Is Known As A Good Place To Work Excellent pay Merit Insurance Employee Discount Cafeteria Dining Room Group life insurance Group hospitalizafion Paid Vacations and holidays Profit Sharing Illness Allowance Free shuttle bus Free parking facilities Convenient transportation Apply at our convenient employment office Chicago 1025 S. HOMAN AVE. Interviewing 8 a.m. 4 p.m. Sears is known as a good place to work We are equal opportunity employers and members of the Chicago Merit Employment Committee EMPLOYMENT Help WE'RE EXPANDING OUR COMPANY NEEDS PEOPLE WHO Do not Type Do not Like Figures Do not Have Experience BUT Have Nimble hands Have Agile Minds Have Ability to learn ALDENS, INC. 5000 W. Roosevelt Rd. Mary Nelson 854-3838 TYPISTS NCR OPERATORS KEYPUNCH OPERATORS SWITCHBOARD OPERATORS START IMMEDIATELY Work a day, a week or months TOP FRIDAY PAY A friendly visit to our office in Conn. Mutal bids gets you started STAFF BUILDERS 33 N. DEARBORN 263-0834 WANTED GENERAL CLERK X-RAY DEPT. Permanent clerical position for a girl with some office experience. Opportunity to learn all around clerical procedure in X-Ray depart- ment. Good salary bene- fits. Apply Miss Dubinka West Suburban Hospital 518 N.Austin OAK PARK AU 7-8100 TYPIST Top Notch experience only with IBM Executive for ac- curate layout and art work. Full or Park Time. 25 Per Hour Sheridan Peter Pan Studios 3845 W. North Ave. "GENERAL OFFICE' Clones. Typing, Figure aptitude i CAFETERIA WORKERS Full Part Time CASHIERS FOOD HANDLERS FREE MEALS UNIFORMS FULL COMPANY BENEFITS SERVOMATION OF CHICAGO, INC. Call Personnel Dept. 943-8500 To arrange for personal in- terview in your area. CLERICAL r'oung alert girl for clerical duties in our I B AA Depf. Experienced preferred but will tram. Must be dependable Many company benefits Convenient to transportation. APPLY SWITCHBOARD RECEPTIONIST Busy plug board m small pleasant office 5-day week, 9 to 5 Insurance, vacation and bonus plan Ask for M. Conte AMERICAN PLASTICRAFT 814 No. Sacramento SA 2-7727 2nd COOK DAY SHIFT 40 HR. WEEK Every other Sunday off P'easant Working Conditions CLERK Crown Stove SHRINER'S HOSP. Works 4631 W. 12th Place Bl 2-3100 CICERO For Crippled Children 2211 N Oak Park Ave ME 7-9170 Interesting position for an ALERT WOMAN IN OUR i Accounts Payable Dept. Comptometry light typing requ r- ed Burroughs Bookkeeping machine helpful or will train Good oppor- tunity Full line of benefits BURNY BROS., INC. 4600 W. Chicago Ave. An equal opportunity employer Typist Biller Full or Part Time. Steady General Office work Small congenial office. Any Age with experience Near Grand Damen Burton Belt Co. 508 N. Hoyne TA 9-2082 FOSTER PARENTS If YOU: I Children enough space i for a child in good health income for basic i needs of your family Call: ILLINOIS DEPT. OF CHILDREN FAMILY SERVICES 341-8480 Board, clothing medical expenses paid for each chjld.____________________ WOMEN CLEANING General Cleaning duties in hospital. Steady Work. 7 P.M. Apply Mr. Safstrom West Suburban Hospital 518 N. Austin Oak Park III. R.N.'S. 3 TO 11. SUPERVISORS. REGISTERED PHYSIO- THERAPISTS ALL SHIFTS Northlake Community Hospital 345-8100 CONTACT, MRS. BURKE TYPIST Growing eC'unnq Co needs GENERAL OFFICE 1 GIRL OFFICE, 4000 BLK W LAKE 9 AW TO PM GOOD PAY ALL BENEFITS GENERAL OFFICE PHOTO STUDIO decora'ecf air condi'ioned office LaKe 8, Pijias slaw in Jello and green stun-4 beans. The winning recipe below and many other recipes submitted in the Community Publications' Favorite Recipe contest appear on pages 5 and 6 of today's issue of this newspa- per. Irene Scores Again aws? m Irene Hughes, Chicago's not- ed psychic whose weekly col- umn appears exclusively in Community Publications pap- ers, has scored again with her long range predictions. In the Jan. 18 issues of this newspaper, Mrs Hughes was quoted as saying. "Of 8-year-old Cozette Car- .ter, Uest Side .Marconi school pupil who disappeared Dec. 7 and is feared to have been kidnapped, (Mrs. Hughes') 'impression' is not a happy one. News will be forthcom- ing late in .Au- gust, On July two weeks before the predicted ''August, badly decomposed body of a young girl was found in a garage at 4407 Fulton The following day, Dr Gerald Meier, a dentist at the Cook County Dental clinic, positively idertified the girl as Cozette Carter Tne identification made through dental i ecords which showed on May 6. 1966, Cozette had two teeth The dental charts checked when compared with con- ducted on the bodv of the girl Oil JuiS 2u [uiiuiv tut; uii- covery of Cozette's bodv Mis Hughes told CommumU Publi- cations that it is her sion" that the murderer who she desciibcd as an oldti pri- son, will be appichendcd WINNING RECIPE My Favorite Recipe: Arlene Michaelis 147' N. Long Ave. Chicago, Illinois CHICKEN IN SOUR CREAM 2 Fryers (Cooked" Cut up) 1 -.Chopped 1 Lb. Broad Noodles 4 Tbsp. Butter 32 Oz. can Chicken Brotfr 1 Pt, Sour Cream 2 tbsp. Papricka 2 tbsp. Poppyseed Slivered Saute onion in noodles. Swish around in pan until coated (Use large pan such as Dutch oven) Pour in Chicken broth and cook- uncovered until Noodles are done. Add Sour Cream, Papricka, Poppy- seed and Almonds. Mix-in cut op Chicken.' Serves 8 70 People Seek Girl to Reign Over Lakefront Fete A Chicago girl will be select- ed to be "Miss Chicago'' and iejgn with King Neptune over the Chicago Lakefront fes- tnalAug 12 through Aug 20 r V, Women Marines are now serving throughout the United States and in such for- eign nations as England, France, Italy, Japan and Oki- nawa. residing in Chicago or attending at one of Chicago's educational institutions. are between the ages of 18 and 25, single and married, be held at the Chicago Yacht club on Aug 10 Discussing the method of judging, Jack Reilly, director of the Lakefront festival, indi- cated that the judges will be seeking a typical Chicago girl and that, of course, means she be attractive in ap- pearance. intelligent and have a pleasant personality. Since hei tole will imohe piesidmg over the 01 nnK IT ,t Ar-t which will bf neld OR or near the wtitoi --tie neces-anh Wi'l have to wear a bathing suit well" a not too difficult for Chicago s guls as is evdenced on all the benches of the Reilh said Unlike so many so-called beauty contents, this search is for a girl representative of the hundreds of thousands of charm- ing young ladies of Chicago. RECORDS 1614N.PulaskiRd. Phone 227-1072 ;