Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 25, 1951 · Page 10
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to THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, fLLINOIS MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1951 There are Offers Here for Every Purse, Person and Purpose! | nNMiiiimmttiHiiwnmHNniiniifflinwimHHiwnmiimi^^ "HELP WANTED • ATPSMAN for national automotive hard- wrrelirm Established territory .outh- em haU of IllinoiB. Late. model car M- !!r .iai Will train. For Intemew: Call rc !1tclmac{,,_Hotel Emmerson. OHurBday^ FOR RENT—Nicely ftirnished 8 room apartment. Liirhts and water paiil. Near Industrie*. Phone 2S50-J. 6-26 FOB RENT—3 room unjumished apartment, modern except heat, clean, on bus line. Phone 3209-J. tJ l;C0-4:;00 p. m. EXPERtENCED waitress. Apply in person. Room 302, First National flank Buildinr. « TOUNG MAN to learn sanding' and assembling' of wrecked cars. Apply only St Bayer Body Shop, Harrison and John- fon street, tf WANTED—Girl to act aa combination oashier, secretary and file clerk. Must be able to take dictation and type. Permanent position. Address Box C. R., Care Register-News, in own handwriting, • giving detailed qualifications and references. 6-28 WANTED-^2 young 'adies °yer 18 years of age, free to travel, short hours, Ai- .ractive offer '°'-\'«"''itioUB workers No experience in our) work. See Mr. Louis Beckmen, 1304 Main St.. between 4 and 5 p. m.. all thle week. 6-28 FOR RENT— 2 room modern furnished apartment, newly decorated; utilities paid; $46. 850-J or 780. tl FOR SALE—House trailer versal. Priced to sell. Phone 329-J. 27 «., Dnt 500 Opdykc a-28 SHCLLANE BOTTLE GAS for cooking. heating and refriircration. 1 or 2 bottle hook-up. For inlormation: Cnll 1S44, Warren's Bottle Gas Service. 1009 Lamar. 0-27 FOR SALE—Norire electric range, condition. Call 2210. good 6-26 FOR BOTTLED GAS stove InstallaUon: Phone 2134J, N. Kinman. Benton road. Mt. Vernon. Ul.. Dealer tor PUR CAS- tt FlNE NEW HAMPSHIRE fryers, on foot or dressed. ISOS Stanley, Phone. 185;J-J. 6-25 FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, 3 large rooms with bath, built-in cabinets, refrigerator: heat and water furnished. Call 3723 after 6 p. m. 6-25 MODERN 3 ROOM unfurnished apt., newly decorated, upstairs, close in. Phone 2976-W. 6-25 FOR RENT — 3 room apartment, with utilities paid. Private entrance, on bus line, large coollnt fans. Tel, 726-W. 6-28 MODERN FURNISHED APTS.. Prigidaires. Private baths. Laundry faciUties. Fan cooling system. North Fifteenth and Harrison, 1177-J. 6-26 EXPERI E W D WAITRESS — APPl? *° person. Bine Goose Cafe. HELP WANTED—Male or female wool presser. wool spotter; good working conditions; top wages; steady ejnPl^y"*"*- New Athens Cleaners. New Athens, 111. Phone 190. - ^'^^ HELP WANTED Route man to drive truck and do sales work. Must be wlll- InK to drive tractor-trailer and be out of town Monday through Friday. Age 31 to 85. Apply— Dowzer Electric Machine Works 501 South 1st Street WAITRESS WANTED — Hotel Emmerson Dining Room. See Mr. Watson^ tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES DISTRIBUTORSHIP — Full or part-time. Modest investment 100% secured An wcellent opportunity to own • business. Box 444, Care Register-News. 6-28 MAKE $130.00 A WEEK Ifot a luxury or a gadget, but a maintenance necessity that every farmer in your county needs. Even part time men in our Agriffultural Division earn $130.00 a week by selling just one order a day. Tremendous customer acceptance. Commissions ad- Tsnced daily. Write for Tested Sales Plan and Free Demonstration Kit to Colonial Refining ic Chemical Company, Cleveland 14, Ohio. 6-35 INSTRUCTION. OET U S GOV'T JOB! Men-Women. Start high as $3,450.00 year. T^iou- sands 01 obs aa.'lable. Security. Promotions Qualify NOW! Experience usu- X unnecessary. FREE "^^^'^^^iP^^I wMm xalaries details. WrUe TODAY I ^Lmcota-ffiute. Pekin 12. Illinois. ar/P A GOV'T JOB I Men-Women. Start hi.h as $66.34 week. 50.000 Emer- genTlobs op^ Qualify NOW. FREE S ^page book shows jobs, ealaries. sa,mple fests Write: Box 652. Register- News. Cars Register. 6-26 WANTED TO BUY WANTED—Used truck tirea. size 7.00 or 7.60. 16" rims. Phone 1481. 6-38 WANTED TO BUY—Good used electric . washing machine. Must be in good con- ilition and reasonable. Write Box M. A-. dltion and Care Register-News, 'WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT—Furnished S bedroom house, duplex or apartment. Call IBOl. MISCELLANEOUS PAINTING—^Inside and outside, also, in the country, do good work. Call after 6 :00 o'clock. Erva Boswell, 3250-W. C-30 -Inside and out. paperhanging "and wall washing. Free estimates. Coy PAINTING- •nd Gale Flota Brothers, Phones 3295-W or 4089-J. . LAWN MOWER grinding repairing. KEYS made, locks repaired. A 8. Hodfe. 811 south 18th street. "-So COMBINING—Wheat and grain. See us now. We will arrange to do your combining when you are ready. Will haul your grain. L. D. Broyles. Banton Rd., Phone 987-W. 6-28 ROY KLEIN —Authority on evergreens. All kinds of spraying for pest control. Phone 4833, 421 So. 20th. 6-28 MATTRESSES MADE OVER — Also upholstering. J. R. Bodgers. 711 Bell St.. Phone 3453. 6-28 WANTED — LawB mowln» with power mower. Work guaranteed. Prices rea- aonabia, Phon* 2007-W. 308 Castleton. 6-27 WEED AND BRUSH control spraying, evergreens and shade trees trimed. For inJormation: Write or call Herbert Arnett, Ashley road. Tel. 3324-J. 6-27 ELECTRICAL WIRING—^Light and power; reasonable. Write H. Geist. Rt. 3. Dahlgren, HI. Prompt service. 6-30 WANTED—Washings and Ironings to do in my home. 1310 Jones. 6-26 I J AWN MOWERS sharpened and repaired. alter i p. m, Dick Rose. 3rd and Wal- •ut^ 7-16 •OAAAMTBED wheel balaaeiiia. 9tJiO pw wbsA PhoDS 14S0. tf DBAD 0TOCK WANTSD ~ Pbons eoltoet: H HRT Smith. KsMies. O) 66: Wood- Iswi, Dsl* mttm. S31. Mt Tsmoa. FOR RENT APARTMENTS >OR BENT—Modern furniehed apt., ijewly decorated. Private entrance. Phone •eo-J or 780. tf FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment, downstairs, electric refrigerator, also 3 room furnished cottage, clean, doss in; adults. 120 N. 6th. . tf FOR RENT—^Two all modem 3-room apts.. utiUties furnished. 803 8, 23rd. / 6-28 FOR THE FINEST IN FURNISHED APARTMENTS Set JAMISON REAL ESTATE FRYERS —Extra choice New Hampshires, 3oo per lb Hinrich Hatchery. Phone 3144-J. tf YOUR BEST BUY IN BOTTLE GAS IS SKELG.\S—2-100 lbs CYLINDERS IN STALLED J20.00. CHANGING CITY GAS RANGES TO BURN SKELGAS OUR SPE­ CIALITY. HAMPER KELGA3 AND AP PLIANCE. 114 NORTH lOth. PHONE 918. 7-13 NEW ELECTRIC SINGER sewing machine. desk type. Cost $:136.00. Discount. Alma Trailer, 216 So 18th. 6-27 IT'S FUN TO COOK with gas. Cooler and cleaner kitchens See us lor de pendabio double bottle hook up of Trl-Gas Tri-State Consolidated Gas Co.. Fairfield Rd Phoao 3460. tf PHOTOS—Chaff eurs 10c: billfolds 20o; also refreshing-, cooling snowballs, all flavors. Photo Place. 811 10th. tf JUST RECEIVED—SHIPMENT OP ALL AMERICAN QUARTET PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—89c. FEATHERSTUN CO. 7-5 FOR DRINKING W.\TER—Phono 3S22-W1 or 3621. P. B. Bullock. 7-20 FOR SALE—140 sheets corrugated galvanized roofing. 10' lengths. .iV4 miles northwest Waltonville. Pete Ocnap. Waltonville. 111. 6-25 FOR SALE—For filtered drinking "water: Call Hodges & Warrens D-X. Phone 403. 7-18 FOR FILTERED drinldng 3S56-W1, Andy Maynor. water — Call 7-14 FOR SALE—White flour bags, :JOfl each. Hawkins Bakery 7-12 GAS HEAT Is best. Yeu can enjoy gas heat beyond the city mains Free esti mates. Tri-Slate Consolidated Gas Co., Fairfield Rd. Phone 3480 7-6 FOR SALE—Combination fuel oil and bottle gas Florence range. Regularly $299.95, one to sell at 1149.95 Mitchell's WASHERS WUiNGb-lt AOLLS toa sn) vaaaers Btlat iB old roUs for wrtngsr reatherslun'* Radio Sales. 1113 Broadway rrm pleknp and dsliverr Phon* US tf BULK BLEACH—Gal 39c. Bring Jug. i Why pay more? Money back guaranteed as good as any bleach. Thrifty Laundry. 1711 Conger. 7 -4 FOR RENT—All modern 3 rooms and bath, furnished, utilities paid. 2124 Perkins, Phone 3216-W after 4 p. m. tf FURNISHED APARTMENTS — Telephone 3177-W or 189. 8-1 FOB RENT—Nicely furnished 3 room all modern apartment. Call Madge Stnll. Phone 364—3486 -J. tf FOB KENT- -Unfurnished 8 room spt.. modern except beat 1004 Bell: colored only CaU 607 994 tf HOUSES FOR RENT—3 room nice all modern house, oil heat, showe|f; bath, dry basement, $30 per month." Herman Knox. Woodlawn, lU. Phone 2124. 6-28 FOR RENT—Unfurnished house, modern except heat. 309 S. 24th. $35. Phone evenings only, 2464-W. 6-30 FOR RENT—4 room house, newly decorated; reasonable rent. 1314 So. 18th. 6-26 FOR RENT—^Modern .6 room home; north part. Phone 2522-W—caU after 6:30 p. m. 6-26 FOR RENT—Modern furnished 4 room apartment, private bath, electric kitchen. CaU 356J. 201 N. 16th. 6-30 FOR RENT— 6 room all modern house. Available July 1st. Write Box A, Care Register-News. tf ROOMS FOR RENT—Comfortable sleeping room. private home, near town and schools. Call after 5 p. m.. 230-J. tf FOR RENT—Two large sleeping rooms in private home, close in. Phone 285-WX. 6-27 FOB BENT — Mice, desirable, sleeping rooms, sinsls ox twin iMda. 426 M eth Pbons 1420- tt MISCELLANEOUS NEED A CAR? Rent-A-Car by the hour, day, week or commercial. New cars. MT. VERNON RENT-A-CAR CO. SZi Jordan — Phone 4685 FLOOR SANDING — RENTAL iANDERS. Call 4066 for free estimate or reservations. Wm. H. Camabao. 1216 So. 23rd 8t^ 8-28 FLOOR SANDING—Frss estimats. (Sat isfactlOD ruaraotssd) Bsymood Edml son. Phons 023-W 8701 CoUeca. tf FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—8 cu. ft. Prigidaire. good condition, $115. 30 gal. gas water heater. 419 Johnson. 6-26 LET GEORGE apply Glaxo plastic type Unoleum coating then forget waxing and scrubbing. Douglas Drug. 6-30 FRETTED night and day till P.lna Foam came my way. Cleans rugs perfectly. Benoist Bros. 6-30 MAHOGANY barrel-back love suite; banquet lamp. $25. Richard Hunt, 4 blocks south Sinclair station, Sesser. 6-26 FOR SALE—Electric Maytag washing machine, also 9" electric fan. 607 S. 12th St. 6-26 FOR SALE—Hay. 300 bales No. 1 timothy; 100 lb. Coolerator, Burton Williams, Dareville. 6-26 FOR SALE—Blonde oak dinette set, 9x12 wool rug, studio couch, draw drapes and rods Phone 1668-J before 0 a. m. —after 6 p. m. 6-28 FOR SALE—Coldspot refrigerator, condition. Phone 3584-W. good 6-38 RABBIT FRYERS, dressed or on foot, also some breeding stock. J. H. Greenwait. 6 miles east on Rt. 16. Phone 3025-W2. 6-27 FOR SALE—One 1947 B. Farmall and cultivator, completely overhauled. 3, 4 months old Guernsey calves, nice ones. CHROMALOX heating nnin for your electric range hot plate, or water heaters. Phone 3513. Thrifty Laundry. 1711 Conger. 7-4 YOU'U- BE HAPPIER WITH A HOOVER —FOR ei AND THE IfEAKS rO COMB FACTOR? REBULLTS FACTORY GUAR ANTEED PRICED FROM S19 .86 OP FEATHERSTUN CO.— Phons 322 tl POPULAR RECORDS— Hits of yesterday Western music, all new on our bargain couniei at 4 foj $1.00 Limited ttms only Featherstun's. 1113 Broadway tl AUTOMOTIVES FOR SALE—lf)4S English Ford, perfect. Engine recently overhauled. Owner leaving for overseas. Leonard 'WTiitlock, 300 Park Ave. tf FOR SALE BY OWNER 1950 Nash 4 Door, Statesman- Super. Equipped with overdrive, radio, weather-eye and bed. Excellent condition. Reasonable. Would trade for 41-48 model, if clean. See at 710 So. 25th. Phone 2970-J. FOR SALE—1947 2 door Chevrolet: 1947 4 door DeLuxe Plymouth. Phone 34S4-J. 6-25 FOR SALE OR TRADE—1937 Chevrolet, in good condition, also 1940 Plymouth. Only a small down payment. 423 Casey. 6-25 FOR SALE—1948 Chevrolet Carryall Suburban, radio, heater, good tires, low mileage. $800. Call 19o3-J. 6-28 THINK! When You THINK of Buying or Selling a Used Car THINK of the S. R. VENTKESS MOTOR CO. 505 S. 10th Street Where You Buy for Less and Bank the Rest. CHICKS MT. VERNON HATCHERY CHICKS — H. S. APPROVED PULLOROM PASSED Hatching each Monday Raise some fryers now—cut down on cost of meat. Plenty of Power Packed Wayne Feeds. Poultry Supplies and Remedies. Mt. Vernon Hatchery. 1016 Casey Ave. Phono 101. O Complete line of PURINA CHOW for poultry and Uvestock RILEY PRODUCE, 215 So. 11th. Phone 83. tf SUTTON'S CHICK, Hatch each Tuesday. NUTRENA FEEDS. Plenty parking space FEEDING ADVISORY SERVICE. Commercial FRYERS. See us for your poultry hog and dairy needs. Stittoti 's Poultry Farm & Hatchery, one nsUe north on Salem Rd Phone 2866. 8-30 SWIFT'S CHICKS are husky, healthy, hardy, 0 S approved. PuUorum passed, sexed or straight run. Hatching each Wednesday. Place order now Complete line of poultry/cattle and hog feeds. Swift's Hatchery. Phone 661 600 Casey Ave tt FARM EQUIPMENT FOR S.-VLE—2 F -20 tractors with cutl- vators; C-C Case with power lift cultivator; manure loaders for Farmall or John Deere; side delivery rake, pick up baler, plows, discs, mower, corn planters, hay loader, corn picker. Mitchell Hopkins, Belle Rive. 6-25 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY New 1951 model Wood Brothers Combine, 6 foot cut, motor driven machine. DELIVERY PRICE, YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO PASS THIS UP. Holman Tractor Cos Benton Road — Phone 277 FRUITS & VEGETABLES FOR SALE at the big tent—Another load _ — — of tomatoes—wholesale—retail, 1310 3 Guernsey cows, 4 and 6 years old, good go 12th St., J O. Riley. 6-27 ones. Bill McClellan, Belle Rive. 6-35 FOR SALE—100 lb. Coolerator; coal circulator heater, almost new cabinet. 819 Harrison. 6-25 FOR FILTERED drinking water: Abie 's Water Wagon, Phone 1021. VOE BENT—3 large room unfurnished apt., modern. 303 So. 18th, 6-30 4o» BENT—3 room lumished modern •partnunt: utilities furnished. Call •126. 6-27 ^fUaNISHED, A better fully modem 3 room apartment, with nice utility room. See at 221 S. 12tb. PMne 1604 -J mornings or after 6 p. m. tt VOB JtCMT —New 3 room upstairs furnish. •d'apartment, Insulated, private bath. Fritidalre, large exhaust fan, automatic hot wat«r, stoker heat. 1607 Cherry, Ph. •»8-W. 6-27 • WOU BENT— Modem two room famished apt. and kitchenette; private. 1721 CMHT atreet. ^ VOB, JUNlF— -Moderoi Jumisbed four room •parlmuit on first |loor. Newly decorat- • in. 6-26 ^ iMf^' Alulta onlr. Close in. 90% BBKT— 4 roomiand Z room modem ttuluimiaMI aMrloiliit, BMMOsbte. 603 I . e-se CaU 7-7 FOR SALE Good Used Tiret All Sizes Standard Tire Co. lOU Broadway — Phono 60 LOADS OF USED TRAILERS, If you're bargain hunting see our huge inventory of modern used trailers. Many complete with bath. Wo do our own liberal term financing. ROGERS TRAILER RANCH, Rantoul, Illinois, (Open evenings and Sundays) . 6-26 FOR SALE—Reasonable, 30 heater Shelton permanent wave machine, good condition. Phone 1414, 6-26 FOB SALE—Potash 80%, for $80. Immediate delivery, Phons 2001, D, O. Greenwalt, Wayne City, 7 -8 DBY YOUR SWEATY, damp basements with chemical de-Humifldiers from Welie Paint and Wallpaper Store. 6-28 rOR SALE—22" blade window fans. Cools 6 rooms. Moves more sir than any similar fan on the market. Belt driven. Fits any window. Only $68.06. Featherstun's, 1112 Broadway. 7-0 FURNITURE LARGE LOT FOR SALE—West; also furniture for sale. Phons 1081-J. Do not phone after 6:30 p. m, 6-29 HOUSES MIDWEST HOMES—3 to 7 rooms $1460 up. We erect the shell. You finish. All materials furnished. Write for free catalog and see houses on display at MIDWEST BLDG. CO. Sub-division: Rte. 130. Charleston. 111. Open every day, 6-38 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—1 registered Minnesota BOWS, 33 pigs. Pigs subject to register. Henry Marlow, 6 miles north Salem Rd. 6-36 PETS FOR S.^LE—Registered Cocker puppies, one red m<'ile. two Icmales, blonde, and chocolate. Phone 3782-W, 6-28 DOGS BOARDED — Oroomsd. sbsarad Slid bathed. Will call for and deUvsr Happy'* Pst Shop, N SOtli and BIcbTlsv road Phons 428t tf MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS By Attotlatsd Prsss MALIK PLAN: WITHDRAWAL FROM BORDER tC «nttnus« from Page 'tins) NOT RESPONSIBLE for any one killed stealing alter dark at Burwell Salv.-ise Yanl. Gale Knox, 6-26 VAREL'S 1S02 Bdwy Phone 330 NOTICE—I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than mvself. Siciied—Carl H. Bube. SOO Jordan St.. Mt. Vernon. 111. 6-25 ICE CREAM SOCIAL St Woodlawn grade school, Tuesd.iy nipht. Juno 2ti. Sponsored by Woodlawn 4-H Club. Hopiemade ice cream and cake. 6-26 WATCH REPAIRING—Films dereloped. Watches, bracelets, wrist bands, rings Credit may be arranged Williams JewHry Store. Stanley Brandt, manager 116 N lOtb St.. Mt Vernon, ni 8 -11 WALL STREET By Assecisted Press NEW YORK. June 25. — The stock market made a strong comeback today near the close after suffering heavily under two separate selling waves resulting from the Russian peace proposals. Prices at the close were off as much as $3 a shai-e among lead­ ens which at one time dipped a little beyond $5 at the lowest paint. Some radio-TV issues were up a bit more than $2, and some outstanding issues cut tjieir losses in half or erased them altogether. Business expanded to an estimated 2,500,000 shares, the best in a month. Friday the total was 1,,310 000 shares. Under the most intense pressure were aircrafts, oils, rails, steels, motors and chemicals. Most other major groups suffered. Radio-television issues made headway despite the market fall and seemed to build up strength as the session lengthened. Utilities and motion pictures resisted selling. Stocks falling included U. S, Steel, Chrysler. Goodrich. Nickel Plate, Standard Oil (NJ). Gulf Oil, Sinclair Oil, Du Pont, and American VVoolem, Corporate bonds were lower. CASH GRAIN F'v Associated Press CHICAGO, June 25, — Cash wheat: none. Corn: No. 2 yellow S1.67%.$$i.69y4; No. 3, $1.63; No. 4, §1.61; sample grade $1.38f^- $1.45M!. Oats: No. 1 mixed 75; No. 1 heavy white 79; No. 1 extra heavy white 81, Barley nominal: malting $1,30$1.50; feed $1.05-$1.18. Soybeans: none. PICTURES AND NOTARY—One stop serv ice for chauffeurs Mary Jans Studio. 906 Main Phone 2247. 7-7 RAY DUKE'S RODEO. Wayne City, every Sunday at 3:30. Admission 35e and fiOc. Wood's Grove. 7-0 GLASSES—Dr J W WilUama O D.. 116 » lOth. Mt Vernon. Ul B -8 WE REPAIR your Maytac washer, wringer or motor reasonable or sell you the parts for you to repair it yourself. Thrifty Laundry. 1711 Conger. Phons 3613. TRUCE SIGNS, stencils, indoor and outdoor signs: rag weavinr. 608 Conger. Phone 3545-J 6-30 PERSONALIZED stationery Tour name or monogram Imprinted with our new machine. 24 hotir service As low as 79f per box I Personalised bridge cards, napkins and many other items Little's Office Suppllea Emmerson Hotel BldX- tt NOTICE—Complete well drilling and watei system installation and services Haynes A SphelL R B. 1. G«ff, m. Pbons 8166 Fairfield. tf MARION LODGK No 13 I .O.OJ* meets every Tuesday 8 pm. 121 H 10th Visiting brothers welcome tf BEAUTY SHOP SPECIAL FOR 3 WEEKS—Machine Creme oil permanent $3.00; cold wave $5.00. $6.50, $8.50. Phone 1414. 6-26 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES VACUUM CLEANERS are our only bust ness. New and used Parts, service any make. We rent cleaners Pbons 1912 City HaU Bldg. O B Buford. tf BATTEBT BAOIO OWNERS — Buy the new Bveryrsady Layer' Bilt 1000 boar t )attery pack—soly •8.86 Fsathsratnn's 1113 Broadwa* tf UEFRiOERATlON SMTIO OB aU aakss refrigerator* aad alt eaaditloa a«oip laoDt Fred Skagga Pkoos 1467 II MOVING WALTER HUGHES—Local and state-wide moving, experienced and equipped. 1604 Broadway, Phone 2699. 7-13 RADIO & RADIO SERVICE DSED RADIO—A few veiT good consols- models and table models Priced for qnlck sal*. FeatbsrstaD'A 1113 Broad way U RADIO SERVICE—CALL 322 OR 32*— FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERV. tVs repait and correct any radio fallurs tn K- cordanes with modern engineering priD clples The result is s gnarsnteed satis factory lob Art Featherstnn 1113 Broad way Tube* test<>d fre* nf eharg* ** WELDING OIL FIELD Structural trucks repaired. Experienced, dependable. Day or nite— Phone 1481. 6-23 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—3 bedroom modern home, located at 401 S. 26th. 6-38 FOR SALE OR TRADE for used car— $300 equity in 3 acre building: site, one mile from town. 1019 Forest, Phone 3480-W. 6-39 FOR SALE—Good building lot in 600 block of So. 15th street. J. R. Winn, Tel. 103. 6-38 FOR SALE, BY OWNER—Ten or twenty acres with hig-h building sites, on highway 37, 5 miles north. See Ashley Galbraith at farm, 6-36 FOR SALE—2 room house, 316 Forest. Call 3383 or 3864-W4. 6-35 FOR SALE—Modern 4 room home in Mannen Sub-Division, beautiful kitchen. Take over G.I. loan direct from owner. Will take car as part payment. Inquire 1609 So. 13th St. 6-36 FOR SALE — 6 room house: newly decorated inside and out, 3 outbuildings, two acres of ground. Liberty road — $500 down, $30 monthly. Call after 4 p. m., 3085-J3. 6-27 FOR SALE — Nice, high building lots on all weathsr road, nssr school. Elsctri* city. Sss or call Mrs, Mott Warrsn, 118 days, or 1712 aftsr 6 p. m. tf LOST LO.ST—Setter bird dog, male, white with black spots. Call or write: A. H. Williams, 708 N. 18th St., Phone 4254. 6-36 WELDING—Any kind; portable equipment. Oil field—structural. Phone 1481. 6-30 LOST—Lady's twin stone white gold diamond ring, (keepsake). Reward. Call Madge Stull. Phone 364. tf FOUND PLANTS POUND—Lemon and white female hound. Owner may have same by identifying and paying lor board and ad. Tom Harshbarger, H mi. east of Bakerville, 111. 6-26 FOB 8AL .B — Tomato, cabbage, osango peppers, sweet banana peppers, small hot peppei plants 831 Osorfs street Phons 1871 -B tf STOVES FOR SALE—Apartment size cltfctrlc stove: cabinet Btyle gas stove. Call at 32;i S. 17tb St., after 5:30 p. m. 6 -3ri FOR SALE Table Model 10" Television Set complete with antenna, price $100.00. Can be seen at 5th house south of Stewart Elevator Co. Benton Road west side, an Important step tlie 'U. N. had been waiting for. Lie, who has been calling for some settlement since United Nations forces staved off the last Chinese offensive and stabilized their front near the parallel early in June, acted as soon as he studied the Malik text. He telephoned to his aides from Oslo, Norway, where he had just arrived on vacation. They issued his statement, recalling his own and other diplomats' statements about a cease­ fire in the vicinity of the 38th parallel. "From the outset, the U. N. has made it clear again and again that the first step to the restoration of peace in Korea must be a cease­ fire," Lie's statement said. "Such a cease-fire should involve only the military arrangements necessary to stop the fighting and to ensure against its renewal. Lie Urges NegoHatlons "I urge that negotiations for a military cease-fire now be entered into at the earliest possible date, "If such a cease-fire can be attained, the political issues involved in the restoration of peace and security in Korea can then be appropriately discussed in the competent organs of the United Nations." Neither he nor Malik stipulated how the cease-fire should be arranged. Malik did not say whom he considers the belligerents. Malik counted out the Russians, presumably, in any conference of "belligerent." The Soviet bloc has denied giving material aid to the aggression in Korea and for a long time contended the Chinese Com­ munists there were only volunteers. Malik had on his program today a reception for American proponents of the Communist-dominated world peace council peace program. Although Security Council president this month, he turned down an invitation to Council members to attend the golden wedding anniversary party at Burlington, Vt., of Chief U. S. Delegate Warren Austin and Mrs. Austin. Other delegations were waiting for instructions from their capitols on whether to approach Malik. They have their first chance to see him officially at a special Assembly session at Flushing Meadow tomorrow morning. The session is being held to greet Ecuador's visiting President Galo Plaza Lasso. Plaza said that whatever Malik's intentions may be, his proposals should be discussed. WANTED: POSITIOH Management Assistance Available «NV KIND OF lUSINESS Wrlr*... G EORGE S .MAvCaMPANY Central Division ••lIsssriRi IMg. Chicags i, M. Iitoblishsd Mas LIVESTOCK > By AssociotcU , re»s NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. June 25.—(USDA); —HOGS: 13-, 000; generally steady to 25 cents lower than Friday's average; spots 50 cents off on weights under 170 lbs.; bulk good and choice 180-230 lbs. $23.00-523.35: largely $23.25 down;; few lots $23.50; 240-300 lbs. $22.25-$23.00; 150-170 lbs. $21.50-$22.75; 120-140 Izs. $19.50$21.25; 100-110 lbs. $18.00-$19.00; sows 400 lbs. down $19.25-$20.00; few $20.25; over 400 lbs. $18.00$19.00; stags $14.00-$16,00; boars $12.00-$15.00. CATTLE: 2,500; calves 1,200; prime medium weight steers $37.00; a few loads and lots commercial and choice $31;00-$35,dO; utility and commercial steers and heifers $27.00-$30.00 utility and commercial cows $22.50-$28.00; canners and cutters $17.50-$22.50; commercial bulls S28.00-$29.75; utility bulls $26.00-$27.50; good and choice vealers $33.00-$39.00; prime to $41.00; utility and commercial vealers S25.00-$32.00. SHEEP: 1,200; few sales 25 cents or more lower on best grades; good to prime lot $$32.00$33.75; early top $33.75 to butchers; numerous lots still unsold; some held around steady; slaughter ewes steady; best ewes $15.00$16.00; culls down to $12,00 and occasionally below. CHICAGO PRODUCE L,y Associatea rresi CHICAGO, June 25. — Butter mostly steady; receipts (two dajo) 856,891; wholesale selling prices unchanged except V*. cent a pound lower on 92 score A; 93 A A 68.5; 92 A 67.75;; 90 B 66.25; 89 C 65; cars: 90 B 67.25; 89 C 66. Eggs firm; receipts (two days) 23,583; wholesale selling prices unchanged except a cent a dozen higher on current receipts; U. S. extras 5354; U. S, mediums 48; U. S. standards 47;; current receipts 43; dirties 40; checks 39. CHICAGO POULTRY •.y Mssociaico s-tesa CHICAGO, J.mie 25. — Live poultry: steady. Receipts 25 loads; FOB paying prices unchanged to two cents a pound higher; heavy hens 30-35; light hens 26-27; roasters 34-39; fryers 31-34.5; old roosters 21-22; ducklings not quoted. ST. LOUIS PRODUCE by A»50C4atcu rresi ST. LOUIS, June 25. — Produce and live poultry: Eggs, wholesale grades, extras 50-51. standards 44-45, unclassified 39y2-40^; unclassified (Iowa only) 42-421/2, no grades 35-38; consumer grades, AA large 49-50, A large 47, A medium 44i^-45, B large 43^/^-45. Butter, 92 score 68%-69; 90 score 66-661/2; 89 score 65-65 Live poultry, fowl, heavy breeds 27, leghorns 24, No. 2's 5; fryers, broilers, commercial type, crosses 34-341/2, reds 33-331/2; nearby lots, whites 32-33, reds 31-32, leghorns 25, barebacks 25; ducks,* young 25, old and dark 20; turkeys, hens 36, toms 36; old roosters 20; guineas, old 20. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our appreciation to our many friends and neighbors lor their Itindness and sympathy extended us, in the loss of our husband and lather, Otto Sanders, for the beautiful floral offerings, and to the miniBlcrs for their kind words. MRS. BESSIE SANDERS, MR. AND MRS. ALFRED SANDERS, MR. AND MRS. EVERETT IRWIN, MR. AND MRS. ROY GILL. IN MEMORIAM In loving meitiory of our husband and father, Ed Hutchison, who lelt ua one year aeo today: Often wo sit and thinlc of you And then of how you died To think you couid not say goodby Before you closed your eyes. The blow was hard, the ahoclt severs We never thought your death so near But only those who have lost can tell The pain of parting without farewell. Sadly missed by: MRS. IVA HUTCHISON AND FAMILY. In memory of our dear mother, L. Belle Fry, who passed away one year aro, June 26, 1960. In our hearts your memory lingen Always tender, fond and true There is not a day dear mother That we do not think' of you. Your memory to us M B a keepsake With it we will never part Though God has you in His keepiijff We'll always have you in our hearts. Sadly missed by: CHILDREN AND 6RANDCHILDBEN P PAY YOUR BILLS WITH OUR MONEY CASH LOANS On Toop ISigaatnre — Aato — Fnmltnre •THONE" IN MINUTES" CROWN FINANCE CORPORATION .lIlO'/i Main St. — Phone DOUBLE BENEFITS y YOU SAVE MONEY by financing your car through your local bank 2. YOU GET COMPLETE PROTECTION by in.- suring it through yoar own insurance agent The Baak and Agent Auto Plan is tried and proved — the smartest way to buy yoitr new car. You pay less and get more. Low bank interest rates plus the personal counsel and service of your own instirance agent combine to give you a better deal all around. It is fast, easy, convenient, and personal. Before you buy, pick up the phone and let us give you the complete picture on the Dank and Agent Auto Plan. HINMAN&WARD INSURANCE 426 Rogers BIdg. Phone 701 How you profeded against air raids If enemy bombers should ever try a sneal air raid on this part of the country, Illinois Bell telephones, switchboards, lines and people will play a major role in warning of the impending attack. tvvxx ( Spotting; unidentified planes, volunteer air observers will telephone data on their number, direction, altitude and speed through a telephone company switchboard to Air Force Filter Center. 2 Volunteers at Filter Center plot telephoned data from observers on large plotting board. "Tellers" interpret this information and relay it by telephone to Ground Control Intercept Station. 3 At Intercept Station, telephone and radar intelligence is coordinated and complete attack details are flashed by telephone to Air De­ fease Commander. 4 Fighter planes take off to intercept enemy bombert only mintites after first telephoned warning from observer. 5 At Air Defense, Control Center, Civil Air' Raid Warning Officer determines invaders' flight path from telephone and radar data. He telephones an appropriate wamiiig to key city. i 6 Air raid warning operator in key city uses telephone to warn all Civil Defense directors in his area and Civil Defense servic'es in hia city. I 1 i Good, fast, dependable telephone service is a key link in every phase of military and civil defense. It has never been more important to the nation—more valuable to you. It must be kept strong. ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY A sfroog fe/ephone company \% vital to o ifrong Americo

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