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Thursday, November 2, 1944, THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Eight Perrysville Home Ec Club Convenes, Highland Religious Institute Held ..,.. cadirHav nfternoon. BUSINESS SERVICES Farm Land Market For Postwar Years Pictured Remembering the lessons of the land boom following World War One, many Indiana farmers are Interested in the farm land market picture for the next few years, E. O. Waples, agricultural economist at Purdue University, said recently. Mr. Waples pointed out that although Indiana farm land prices have increased more than 60 per cent above the 1935-39 average, actually th"y are at about the same level now that they were f:i 1916 to 1917 and In 1923. The Purdue economist made several suggestions for I!os!er farmers to follow. First he explained that while higher prices of farm real estate are in prosper!, they are now at levels where caution should be exercised 111 the purchase or land. Other sugsestions were: in figur ing out how-much to pay and how much of a mortgage debt you c;in nflord to carry, remember that future farm income must pay the debt, unless you have some other source of Income; be conservative in estimate of future income; figure out how much of the farm income mmjt Mro I.nura Fnlllke. Mrs. Alice Phillips and Mrs. Ella Crowe, all of J IIUIIPB U .. . Ccrro Gord0, m., spent the weekend l.U T...... T n.ipn C,l(1 ,lth M-u T.nnra Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Jeste Lawson entertained at a family dinner recently a son, Dallas Lawson, wile anu sou. Roger, of Clirlcman. 111. ; a aaugn-ter, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Southard of Kingman, a son, Owen Lawson, wile ..A Hn,,l,t,,r I,vnna. also their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Boyd. Miss Martha Morgan, Bium iii t Hie MacMurruy College at Jacksonville, 111., spent several days with her parents, Mr .and Mrs. Armour Morgan. N Mr rnH Mr Hcrt Leach gave a Hallowe'en party at their home near hnro Thnradav evening. About fifty guests were present, it being members of the Lowes Ladies Aid Society of which Mrs. Leach is a mem ber and their families, it was a i-r..,n..o,?a offah- Prizes were awarded for the most beautiful and ugliest costumes. Singing ano games wei enjoyed and refreshments in keep ing with the Hallowe en season weie served. Mrs. Minnie Spandaw ano aaugn- tnr, Mrs. Jennie Mitcneii, weie m Danville Saturday. Thf. annual instituto of Highland Mound District of tbe Council of re ligious education was held Sunday at the U. B. Church in Gessie, conven ing Immediately after the regular church school at 1 p. m. The morn ing devotions were given by Rev. Isaac Cox who also gave the morning message. A basket dinner was served at the noon hour. The afternoon session began at 1:30 with the Benson Sunday School giving tho devotions. Rev. Keith Simpson, pastor of the first U. B. Church in Danville gave the afternoon address. Paul Cadman gave a demonstration of his method of teaching a Church School Lesson using as his class all Church School teachers and pastors present. Four young girls from the Gessie . . , ..... Mra Be Sure To Tune In... President of Tlie International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America. . . WILL SPEAK OVER A NATION WIDE ' HOOK-UP OF THE NATIONAL BROADCASTING CO. FEED AY EVENING, NOV. 5 8 to 8:30 P. M. On A Subject Very Important To Tin; Working People of America. Teamsfcc-rs Local No. 73 Kranz for the Rileysburg scnooi oe- ; ou....-, ......... ,-" -- - cause they had the largest per cent Jarett were Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bo-, .,,,, nresent. . dine of Covington. Afternoon guests 2 First Run Features DON'T LOOK NOW THEY'RE PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OK ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given that the njn!inBii hnn been appointed by the Judse of the Circuit Court of Vermillion Counly, Slate or Indiana, vcriiuiiimi wu,.,, ---- - Administrator of the estate of Me-1 ., . I.......... iGla rtf VorlllilliOn I lissa A. Bocart. late of Vermillion County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be sol vent. ZONA B. SHAKF, Administrator. Oct. 111. 1944. 1019-26; 11244. ri.AIMH KII.ED IN M TOItEH FOR NOVUMHKIt TERM 1944. GENERAL FUND: Dally Clintonlan, court and election cxp. 70-00 Citizens Telephone Co., sorvlce 61-80 T. R. Woodburu Prtg. Co., aud. of exp. Jiu.iu Wilfred Doolin, treas. off. exn. 15.00 76.73 Oil E. Potter, shrf. fees Oil K. Potter, shrf. off exp. ,- 7.66 Angclo Tasso, dep. hrf. exn. Modern School Supply, supt. sch. off. exp. 1 Fred Haves. Bame 16.50 Frank Jester, assessor off. cxp. niu Flevator Co.. C. H. rep. 2.70 31.00 19.10 76.28 Alfred Jone3, same Modern School Supply, C. H. supp. public Service Co. of Ind., power 159.34 29.58 Sanco Products Co., C. H. supp. ' Sanco Products Co., Jail supp t).n,iiipia rn . same 7.75 9.07 Carl Welch, Bame JJ 00 Lewis Hardware, P. A. supp. 15.55 Indiana Institutional Ind., same riapenee Wright, same 64.17 198.90 3.00 Sidney Gilmore, same Clinton 5 & 10 Variety, same 3.25 6.07 11.00 Beeder. same 90.20 Dr. A. L- Albright, same John Upo, same 5. 00 130.56 41.50 2.03 Stanley mc-iacum. D..... v., Alrierson. same r M Fonr. same 215.22 in ..Inr-linn CXD. 5.97 Carl Biggs, name . S-'JU T. R. Woodhurn Prtg. Co., same ------------- Cayuga Herald, punnc pur,. ..... Daily Clintonian. same le Dana News, same 29 15 a,-i Knmipdv. miners . . exam hoard Ernest Johnson, same ----- Edward Ruby, same Indiana Stale Sanatorium, T. R. Indigents JIBS. 42 Geo. W. Roan, lax refund 21.79 O. F. Houston, sch. vn 0-00 Lit in. . "V 'premiums 500.00 E. P. Zoll. pros, attys. off. exp. 3.00 DEPT. OF PUBLIC WELFARE Nancy Lewis 1 15.00 Bertha Wheeler . 1H.00 Zclla Bonato 16 00 llln t. Parke 1 5.00 Ocy Collier 15 00 . v 19.02 Arminta Logan Citizens Telephone Co. 5.25 Remington Rand Co. lt.oo T. R. Woodhurn Prtg. Co. 9.4 3 Dally Clintonian 9.80 Dailv Ciintonl.in 32.90 GRAVEL ROAD REPAIR: S. H. Pawley Lumber Co. I 10.94 Staats Auto Supply 14.88 C. E. Dunham 13.20 H. L. Fillinger H-n4 V. H Gerard ..' ' - . . . Ohio Oil Co. JJ.'M Rov Divan 146.50 H I. riieelt 86.25 Jess L. Jenkins 100.00 Jess L. Jenkins 47.92 Standard Material Co. White Motor Co. Indiana Equip. Co. Standard Material Co. 6.13 9.60 3.99 2.39 Donald Hall 4.80 : Ward Farrington 35.10 J. W. Dinsmore 12.00 Clinton Auto Co. Emory Bonebrake Lewis Hardware Thomas Ping M. . Miller Lovell Miller Robert L. Fletcher Citizens Telephone Co. Bituminous Materials Co 7.50 18.18 32.84 37.21 43.70 22.95 9.47 8.40 15270.68 R A J. CHURCH Auditor, Vermillion County. -44. 111-8- Kern Detectors The value of trained dogs as beach-patrol aides has led to the use of them by both navy and coast guard, and the army also is training dog units in various phases of combat performance. Where human eyesight fails and sounds are too liuht to be heard bv tiie soldier. sailor or marine, the dogs of war come into their own and prove their worth, particularly in security and defense. j f t ire cut? ifOHcrf j go for personal living, taxes, farm operating expense, purchase of new equipment and improvements and how much will be left to make payments on principal and i'ilere3t. Get In the Scrap! 3 sssBSBBBBslsWssUsrttssf COLUMBIA THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c THE UillilVITED - With Ruth Hussey J Donald Crisp $ Kay Milland "Puns and Politics" Edgar Kennedy Comedy waiwiuwuw mm wwyj 9c 35c TONITE BUT CUTTING LOOSE AGAIN! 9c FKI. & SAT. 35c Big Double Feature ! 2 13IG PICTURES ISl KtA ft JUNE CARLSON J-. .W TEALA LORING Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like one of these). Nat tvn diva insertion: tbe lame 8c charge (you get three days at double the cost of the first - Next three days insertion: the same 8c charge (you get a whole oek five days) at three times the cost of one Insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c per line. All classified ads Including mem-orlams and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts pre paid monthly or those from originations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment FOB SALE HO.ME FRISEZKR-STOHE DEMOV strator. Deep freeze locker, below zero temperature. 12 cu. It. capacity. Will hold approximately 700 lbs. of meat. Only one, will sell on payments. C. H. Vandenliark. 120 E. Ohio St. Roekvllle, Ind. Phone 380-W. t4 REFRIGERATOR ALL l'ORCfc-lain 1941 Seegar reach-in electric rcfriRorator with V H. 1'. Fngld-aire Compressor. Used Short Time. No priority needed. Will sell on payments. C. H. Vandenburk. Phone 380-W, Rockville, 1ml. t4 180 AtiSsTTHRlSrirn.S EAST of Clinton, clay farm. 110 Acres, tillable balance pasture. Hie room house with complete out buildings. Plenty of waler. C. h. Hawkins, Rosedale. Phone H8. U FIVE ROOM SEMI-MODERN HOME 1219 South Eighth. "B deed to property. Inquire, 12a South Third Street. U THE BEAl'TlFl'L EOT. FIFTH and Vine, owned by the late John Homey. Very reasonable. Call 4 25 Mulberry Street. UnTTGMO Hi T HVDI1AUL10 dump truck, 1939 International DS 30, Ions wheel base. Herman White, It. 3, Clinton. 104x FRESH JERSEY COW, ONE FRESH with calf by side, one belter, me shoats. Floyde Jones, three miles north of Clinton of till. t.ix ..FflUli. JtO'.'M . HOI'SE, TIIIIEE corner location, reasonable, Uali-icht, Lyford. USED ARMY SHOES, 300 NORTH Ninth Street, Hello's Shoe Shop. t0f, BED, SPRINGS AND MATTRESS, dressing table, mirror and chair. Tel. 644. '"5 PICKED PEARS J1.00; IN THE orchard .50. Julia E. Urilton. one mile east of Rockville. tlx S1LVERTONE RADIO, GOOD Condition. Reasonable. 115 South Fifth Street. tlx GREEN AND CREAM COAL range. 1328 South Seventh Street. t:!x HEATING STOVE. EATON MYERS. mile north, '.i mile east of Center Church. t"x FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-zll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson Phone 13C-W. t 7-17-41 f BK1CK, any kind yon nut. Clinton Auto Wrecking Farts Co. Ernie's. Phone S, Clinton. 86tf GOOD USED I.l.MHKI!. ERNIE'S. I'hoiie H, Clinton. t:l WOKTOVE, 1209 PIKE STREET. nix WANTED TO KENT GARAGE IN VICINITY OF SOUTH Fourth St. Phono 312-M. Vi FIVE ROOM MODERN' HOUSE. Phone 343-J. t5x PAID NOTICES .NOTICE! Business Women's ItlllilinnKC Sale. November 8 and 4. Room next to Fuearos. t5 NOTICE! Stated convocation, Vermillion Chapter 125 R. A. M. Thurs-, n.i... Nov. 2. 7:3" p. 111. Wm. Vasl-i binder, II. P. Ray Shew, sec Help Wantfd Female GIRL OR MIDDLE AGED WOMEN for store work. Toinba ugh. FOR RENT MODERN FURNISHED APART-ment. close in. 415 So. 3rd St. 2tf WANTEcTio Bl'Y DOI.l"bUGGy7io5S SOUTH FIFTH Street. FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor anri Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgas e,,i., loo niacoletto. Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N 1 MA L 8 REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8301 or Crawford 63109 Trre Haute or Dana 1420. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtei Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD A.NIMAL8 REMOVED VKKK of charge by IlwliCRtna and Hons, licensed dealers, fall us as soon as they die and reverse charcs. Dana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 00. tSxf UUAHANTKED 24-HR. KKKHIOEK-ation Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Uonebrake. Plume 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-45 JOIN OI K HlilTMAS LAVAWAY Club niul select a Keepsake. Dia- i mI liiiK at Fiiraro's Jewelry Shop. ta RECAPPING AND V TLCA.NIZING. Kive-ply passenger ear tires. Plenty of Ethyl and antl-freeze. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 ETHYL. WE GOT IT! SURE also 5 ply tires The Gas Market, 115 North Main Street, Clinton. t60t BONDEX A WATERPROOF PAINT for basements. Clinton Lumber and Supply. Teleponc 322. BELIEVE if OR NOT, WE HAVE some grind watermelons. McCrack-en Market. tf PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING John Brewer. 1305 South Seven h .Street. ' j ItENNKT TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 4U6 South Fourth Street. Phone 454. tSOf . LOST ,., rur rtt ITU lliri,CI.' flWTl IX'- JJlj l . ,..-,-. . : l., .t .,,, iru !,n,l ninllPV 1 IllK llllM, ,i,n 1','t" 1 B ...... lfi'lurn lo Clintonian Office. t3x MALE HELP WANTED HOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly, Bill I Blackburn, Clintonian. I WANTED Caretaker for my country homo in Tom- Haute. Must be married, wsV wtKiwt nir- Wf m 'erfiW for live Nlork, gardening and norma! inaiiileminf-e tvork. Offered for proper arty permanent job, six room bouse with water, electricity, heat and phone, free. Milk, eggs, $J.T weekly. Contact Dr. .hi bint, I . S. Machine Tool Manufacturing Co., riione M5. PUBLIC NOTICES I.KO II. MITII K OF I I lll.K IIKARINO Nuliii, is li,T,'l)y given lljjit lt Loi-il Vl-,)i,li- II.'mtiiv,. i:,mi'd r V.'i'imllion I '.may. liiiiiiiii. uill :it (1:00 A. M. CVntril W;ir Tilnt' i n III,1 IMfl fitly ,,l .':vt'nili,T, I:;I4. .'I (he t'lerk's offi.e. Curl II,mi', hi III,' low 11 nt Nt-,V-. hi fiiiil CiMiuly, ll''Bill illVr'Kligiltiull ,,f tin' !ll,lir:ltiull Of II',' tillli'Willg llltllll'il piTKOll, ri'(lll'Sl lug UK' Ihhllt' In 111,' lipplll'lllll. 111. Mm liirn- niliiiii lu'n'iiiiiflir ml out, of the Ali-oholic I i-i'v,'riii;i' i-i'iinu ot iito el:is lu'ri'in. ioinli'il mi'l will, hi eniil unit' rertivt' ilifiiriti.nl ion ciiiit'erii- iii i in. fun,..,. t i:iil iimilicant anit thf propriety i f iniii!f tlie permit np- plieil lor lo mi mined: llerlha .loin lliiliheii Ave,, I'l II lipjillrilllt at prom- nil. He.' I lit-sl;i u rn o r , , W ine llelitil- IT. SAIIl OI'i:X TO TIM? l'l'lil.ll'. AMI pi ni.ic wi'NTUMTlnv w-I I r I'l? PAin'trnwriiiN is itt;tii'KsTi:n Al.UOlIOl.lU ltEVKHALK rn.MMlx.SION I1K IMIIANA. Uy JOHX P. NOOXAN. Seerettirv. HRrtXAHIl F. III1VI.K. Kxeise Aiimiiiistriitur. With deepest grati tilde we extend this word of thanks for the many kind acts of sympathy. expressed by thoughtful friends. These kindnesses have meant much to ua. We especially wish to th.i nk those sending ers. donating cars. flow F a l I: e r Shea and I llM r Gardner. Dr. J. Ket 'Iieval. the K.'iran- ovieh Funeral Home, (he six nurses who act- d as pallbearers and the U. S. M.u l ine Tool employees. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ginnotti and Daughters. Kathryn and Lorr'tta, Grandparents. Mr. end .Mrs. Andrew f:io:minI end Aunt s and Uncles Card of Thanks I l ' I r I , I I j Mrs. Edgar Ping or wwnn. route two, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs Guy Lewis on Sunday. Ralph Ping of near Covington was an after noon caller also. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newnum daughter of Indianapolis spent a Tew days this week with the former s sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. El-don Johnson. ni I'lng of Danville visile dhlB parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Ping, a few days ago, spenuius with them. Mrs. William Wilterinood of Newport was a dinner guest of Mrs. Mary Ross Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Johnson and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Fred New-num and daughter were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hall on Monday evening. flic Perrysville Home Ec Club held their regular monthly meeting last week with Mrs. Eva Hicks. The club president, Mrs. Edna Kamhout presided. Roll call was answered with the name of their favorite win ter bouquet. The lesson on cleaning and care of walls was given 1y Mrs. Daisy Sprouls. Mrs. Hicks had contests for recreation, these being won by Mrs. Ruth Jenner, Mrs. Helen Riggs and Mrs. Flora Dunham. Officers elected for the next year were: president. Rachel Smith; ice president, Olive Crowder; .secretary, Marie Rentz; leader, Jennie ' Mitchell; assistant leader, Helen Riggs; alternate, R,uth Jenner and director. Maxlne Crowder. Refreshments of sandwiches, doughnuts and coffee were served by the hostess . with Grace Jones and Daisy Sprouls as- aiaHnir Mr. and Mrs. Tom Patrick arrived here last week from Point Reyes Station, Calif., for an Indefinite stay. The trip was made in the interest of the health of Mrs. Patrick who has been ill for Beveral months. MrB. Patrick was formerly Mrs. Mary San ders. were Mr. and Mrs. Clay Barker of Covington, Mr. and Mrs. ABa Oh-linger. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mears and family of Sterling and evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Smith of near Covington. Wayne Allen of Danville spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hersehel Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Allen and family of Gates, Ind., were dinner guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Hersehel Allen. Sixteen members of (he Rebekahs, together with six candidates for initiation, went to Hillsdale Monday night when the Hillsdale club put on the Initiation work for the candid- wimmimttHW- frff- frvf(f to the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Hersehel Allen spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Allen at West Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis and daughters. Meredith and Peggy, and Vera Allen spent the weekend In Craw- fordsville, Ind., the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Young. Orville Allen, yoeman third clas3, who is stationed at Great Laket, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hersehel! Allen. Several from the U. B. Church here went to the Wabash Chapel, Bouth of Covington Sunday evening to hear Rev. Max Fruits of Craw-fordsvllle, who Is helping their local pastor In a revival meeting. The pas- Inr nF Wahoth Chanel RfV Milter is a brother of Rev. Wlllard Miller, pastor of the U. B. Church at this place. ! There will he wnrsliln services at the Methodist Church Sunday evening but no services that day at the U. B. Church. I Rev. Isaac Cox moved Tuesday to Gessie and Rev. Wlllard Miller moved from Crawfordsville to the parsonage vacated by Rev. Cos LOANS... S50 S100 S200 S250 and S300 Yns, you can obtain a loan bssed on your earning ability and you pay Interest ONLY for the time you have tho loan. The Public Loan Company will assist you quickly and privately. If you are steadily employed in a factory, office, store or elsewhere. Come In and talk over your money problems with us. We will arrange your payments to suit your income. Costs are reasonable. Interest rate of 3 per month on unpaid balance for amounts up to 1150; amounts J150 to 1300. 1 '4 per month on unpaid balance. A 160.00 loan repaid In five monthly Installments of (10.92 each, costs I4.E0 but If repaid in 10 daya, costs only 60e. You may borrow to pay old bills, your Doctor or Dentist, taxes or Insurance . . . or any worthy purpose. If a loan can help you, phone or come to the Public Loan Company. Find Here the Cash Loan You Need. 8 Pay 10 Pay ments. nients. 12 Pay nients. $ B.02 $10.03 50 $ 7.12 IOO SI4.2S 200 S28.33 $250 C35.J7 $300 $41.94 $ 5.80 $11.72 $2.1.20 $2H.87 $34 .3 $10.0 THE KING OF THE COWBOY IS BACK AGAIN! 7 republic mmStti&M9 VJsiss- Mrs. John Kelch, the district pres ident, was in charge of the meeting. Mrs. Nelle Johnson and Miss Martha Morgan attended the MYF booth festival nad fall rally at Lebanon on Friday. The booth festival was very successful, there being several hundred dollars worth of vegetables, canned goods and so forth brought In from the different Methodist Churches. This was a gift to the children's home there. During the afternoon more than 200 met in tbe Lebanon Centenary Church for the MYF services and lesson periods. Mrs. Johnson was one of the two teachers present. Rev. W. N. Whear, district superintendent, addressed was held during .the evening. Miss Morgan is president, of the Craw-fordsville District of the Methodist Youth Fellowship. C. V. Mitchell spent Friday night and Saturday on business In Chicago. Claude Fox and family of Mus- neegOll, ivurii., BlJt'iii, nitwit. i,.u , with Mrs. Fox's father. Frank Pear- son. the first of the week Mrs. Mary Koerner. of Danville, III., snent the weekend with Miss Martha Morgan. Miss Smith was formerly a class mate of Miss Morgan's. She Is now a student at the Purdue University. Jimmy Snoody gave a Hallowe'en party on Friday to his Sunday School Class and teacher, George Rentz. Thirteen guests were present. The evening was spent In games and contests. Refreshments were served by the hosts' mother, Mrs. James Snoddy, Mrs. Effie Gebbink spent Friday .night in W'estville with her daugh ter, Mrs. Dale Brooks and attended the Georgetown Chapter. OES where the officers honored Mrs. Brooks with a party. She is the retiring worthy m tatron. C. C. Carpenter and family at tended the funeral of Mr. Carpenters' cousin, Earnest Grey in Lafay- With Ths Compliments Ot TBE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To Tho WABASn THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for T. R. TAYLOR South Seventh St. Just Come In And Ask For Them! Watch This Spare Every Day TOUR NAME MAI BE NEXT f v f fcri tsnauuafviy FACTOHY -1 OVTROIXED IIECAPPING 6.IHM0 7i00 no oTiim offi;iw YOl': 1 (iradf .4 duality 4'amelhark. t. Prompt frrvire . 3. All H ork hy FsU-tory-Truinnl KvfMTlft. Full frtia ran !. 2. l-amutiit Flrrwto" isntr-ltrii Trnid Iricn. roy ROGERS Dr.kTX THEPCWf&S Buy .More Bonds LEON ERROL JOHNNY DOWNS VIVIAN AUSTIN EDDIE OUILLAN JIMMIE DGDO fov Willino and (U f '-7i . Ridert ot th Pufpl Sage i jntjr 4rVrlTtTn il f ' ' life fy I the eyes MONEY FOR TAXES . Personal Loans to $300 SECURITY LOAN CO. CtrtHaf Netd.d PUBLIC LOAN CO. POLAND'S SERVICE Final Tonight 224 Blackmail St. I'll one 62 FIRESTONE ' Hour Before Dawn'' 219 H JMaln Bt. . 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