Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 22, 1941 · Page 14
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Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 22, 1941
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STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Wednesday, October 22, 1941 Farm Lands - Homes * Lots, The Best Buys-Always Listed In The Want-Ads Want- Ad Rates And Information Frton« Main 4* ThrM Trunk Lines Ask for "Ad-Taker" CASH RATT.S Se per word— l*t day 2c per word — 2nd day Ic per word— 3rd and each succeeding day. charse— Ic per word additional If not paid within five days of expiration date. Plymouth 4-DOOR 1M8 Plymouth 4-noon Weaver Motor Sales W Fifth Brst Oarage i DO YOU want to sell your car? For hiphrst cash price on late model used cars sre J. Rubin, Rock Falls. Phone 58. Minimum charge 15 words Blind Ads 25 cents additional The Garotte will not be responsible for more than ons Incorrect insertion of any advertisement. FORMS CLOSE AT 11 A. M. Card* of Thanks, Furniture for Sale, Wanted to Rent and Situation* Wanted advertisements are payable In advance. J. W. McDonald YOUR OI.DRMOBJLF, DEALER Used Trucks 1936 1'j TON long wheelbase Chpvrnlct trnrk. Phone 1133. Announcements to visit Lee's hnndcraft exhibit, 611 First Ave., Rock Falls. display of rugs on hand. Any color rug made to order. Christmas orders taken now. Open dally except Saturday. STERLfNO Public Hospital accredited school offers three year nursing course for high school graduates. Spring term January 12, 1942. Apply now for Information. P«rsono!s HOME DEFENSE RIGHT NOW those two words are very popular, but to us they aTe~ Tint*t-all- new. OUR CASH LOANS have been used to defend many homes •gainst the worry of unpaid . bills, needed operations, home repairs and many other reasons. WE LOAN $25.00 to $300.00 on SIGNATURE ONLY. No mortgages or other aecurity. Repay to suit your income or take as long as 18 months. All confidential of course. Community Loan Co. 202 Lawrence Bldg. Phone 646 ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS Automotive f^f^j-. * Winter is Coming!! We will check your battery, anti-freeze, generator and all winter needs free of charge. Visit our service department before snow falls so that you will be prepared for the cold snap. Sears, Roebuck & Co. TRUCK OWNERS ~ Have your truck tested on our Class A testing lane. Vanetti's, N. Locust St. WHEEL alignment, free checkup, free estimate. Complete Bear eys- tem. Bob Browning, Dunnebeck Chevrolet Garage. ' ANTI-FREEZE GET YOUR NEEDS EARLY THEODORE JOHNSON OIL CO. 1941 MODERN house trailer; Sleeping accommodations for 4 1112 Fifth Ave. Livestock $200 TO f«6o PAIIMoTdead cattle and horses (exact price depending 'on size and condition) We also pay for dead hogs. Rcx-k River Rendering Works, Sterling, 111. Phon« Main 462. Reverse charges. CASH PAID for dead animals, horses, cattle and hogs. We pay phone calls. Reverse charges Phone 1424. Sterling Renders-i Works. J A flhepard. GET MORE milk dollars by start : ing your cows on the Wayne Dairy Feeding program now Sunshine Feed Store. Phone 586 TWO REGISTERED Duroc boars, cholera immune, priced reasonable. Robert Hildebrand, block west of Lyndon school. PUREBRED Duroc boars, raised from large litters. $35 if taken this month. Dale Jacob. Tampico 152W2. PUREBRED Duroc~7tock~hogs". cholera immune. M. J. Roche, Rock Falls, R. 1. Tampico phone 152-4. IT COSTS LESS TO USE MORE A $5-$15 PAID for live, sick or disabled cows Call Scott BaffHr & Electrical Service, phone SOS. TOGGENBURY MILK Claude Terry GOAT Fourteenth St. Rock Falls 50 HEAD of Holsteln cows, TB and abortion tested. Fred Wood, Morrison. WC NOW HAVE Victor's second gift offer. Two $1 Red Seal records for only $1. Supply limited. MERVYN H. REED Business Service "•^X^^vS^W^xx^vw»^ii»vsi» i *->»sy%^N POWER EXCAVATING Building sand, gravel, driveway gravel, cinders, din of all kinds THQS-.Mc.CUE Phone 970-3 W Lincoln w»y FOR COMPLETE plumbing and heating service, phone 246. Twin City Plumbing and Heating Service, Rock Falls. LAWN GRADING, laiidscaping and tree surgery. Call Harry Duuck. Phone County 918-4 after 7 p. m. TACKSON'S Radio Service. 402 W. Seventh. Phone 495-W Amplifiers built to order. Guaranteed sei /ice. Poultry CASH IN on the call for more eggs with Ful-O-Pep Egg and Breeder mash. You may save up to 15 to 20Tc on feed costs. Jos MacLennan. Phone 937-W. 21 % BREEDER maahT^nTcwtT; 32% Poultry Supplement, $3.25 cwt.; Egg mash, $2.45 cwt.; 32% Dairy. $2.65 cwt. McCarthy Peed Co., Rock Falls. The cost becomes less per day as more words and more days are used. 0-day ads cost 50% 'less per day than do ads for 1-day only. For best results, fully describe your proposition—order your ad to run .6 (lavs—cancel it when results are obtained. You will be charged only for what you use. Check the chart below and convince yourself of the savim/s of a fvtime run. These are CASH RATES pavable at time of insertion or within 5 days after expiration date. To Rent TWO furnished rooms for light Proptrty To $«!«-—R«€»l Estate g; also on* furnished room for li^ht hou Reference required. No children. 208 E. Fifth m. TWO furnished light. hoiiRekeep- SFX ROOM modprn hnusp. nf *•- '' MODERN fivp room home .era" ly drmratrd. bedroom ri^wn- ! f'oors. fully insulatfri. stairs. Rar?,!?r. p'p. n t WO. Ir.q-.Jirp ! 100 W p5:> Srrnncl Rt 410 Seventh AVP. : — -~- HALF ' rooms, ground floor, prlvnte j fpp n th Ave entrance, sink, laundry privileges 102 Twelfth Ave., Rock Falls. of double housr. pari'.v modern. $1-2.50 month 612 Thir- Legal Notices RPACK WORDS IS ~tT HAYS Canh Price 1.35 1.44 J.82 1.80 U»* Dullr Co«i JKH M 21 JO .37 H S DATS FHce .e« .99 1.08 I.2t LM 1JIS dlMl J» .32 M .49 .9* JM 1 !>AY Dallr Prtc« .43 .M M .M .75 •ft Cwrt .45 .41 M M .78 .M ».78 I .45 COMPLETE DESCRIPTION COSTS LESS PER UNIT. MORE INSERTIONS COSTS LESS PER DAY LARGE furnished apartment, ground floor, strictly private. Everything furnished but gas 510 East Seventh St. MODERN two room furnished first floor apartment, privat bath, entrance, adults, bun line 1308 Locust. THREE ROOM modern apart ment, downtown. Possession Nov 1st. Adults only. L. E. Long, 130! Sixth Ave. NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY N'o'irp I* 'hrrPhv civrn to nii " n-- Ihnt IVrrmh*-!- 1. 1941.. U th»l SMALL HOME. $15 month Hurn-j '-'stm datr in thr pstatp of Fl'.s M I Rpfd. d'-fr.i^d. prndine Ir. THREE ROOM apartment fo light housekeeping, everything furnished. 201 Dlxon Ave., Rock Falls. THREE unfurnished rooms, wa t«r and light* furnished. Private entrance. 1111 Third Ave. TWO ROOM apartment bath; also sleeping room. Fourth Ave. with 103 FEEDS, remedies, poultry sup- plle* and nock service. Chapln's Hatchery. Tampico. FOR COMMERCIAL and air-con- diUonlng estimates and service. Uac's Refrigeration. Phone 1098. 9 West Third St. Sterling QUILTING $2.50 to $3.50. Beautiful designs. Mrs. John F. Phelps, 108 Wect Fourth St. Phone 425-M. FREE! Complete grease Job with every oil change, this month. Monge's Service Station. First Ave. and Fourth St.. Rock Falls. BEST IN machine or machine- less permanent waving, $2 up, R. C. Hoffman Beauty Shop. Mabel Bishop, beautician. Phone 632. FROM TmTDAWrwarbV re? tponsible for debts contracted only by myself and wife. Irvin DELIVERY service, light dray and rubbish hauled. Frank L. Schrader. Smoke Shop. Call 681 AUTOMATIC HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE AHRENS* SERVICE CALL 1719 CEMENT mixers for rent. Rubber tired wheelbarrows included JohnJPrejr, 704 W Seventh St. EXPERT RADIO rei>aTringr electrical wiring. Earl McNeil Electric Service. Phone 111. Morchondit* -^-^rf%rf^,-VXXX*_^X^^^S^-w->^^^XX> Farmers, Attention! Buy your spring needs now and pay for them with inflation. SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY! Tractor tires and tubes at same prices as spring of 1940. We arrange for cutdown and installation. _ Sears, Roebuck & Cor TEN SHOATsTioniTtime treated! two large ponies, two small ponies, gentle; two coon hounds; 12 gauge pump gun; 10 gauge pump gun; good 22 repeating rifle; three single barrel shotguns; good English saddle; pony saddle. W. H. Hoover. Phone 1770-J. We have answer* to the following Blind Want-Ads: Roofers, J99 Household Goods "•^VXS^-Vjrt^WS^S^., -^^-^^^%^-u-k^V. VANETTI'S N. LOCUST ST. PHONE 38 Oil neaters Philgas stoves Coal circulating heaters Frigidaires Crosley radios Jadlllac Yweepers"Haig washer Used stoves of all kinds Used auto parts and tires Used hot water auto heaters Prices right Terms and trade JFREE^ADio"""" With any purchase of $89.95 o more you receive absolutely frei a $16.95 nationally advertised ra dlo or any single item in stock priced up to $16.°5: LEATH'S THREE FULLER tooth brushes, choice of tooth paste or. tooth powder, 99c. Frank Whlpple. Call 792. WISH TO communicate with someone who goes to Streator frequently. Phone 894 after 5 p. m. Ht Ip Wonted FTwOR^ERTw American Aircraft School in Chicago will train you in eight weeks for immediate employment. Age DRINK Prince Castles One in a Million malted milks — creamy, rich, smooth—only Lost — Found Phone 848. recently. Reward. Uteti C«rt Guaranteed OK Used Can school now earning from $35 to $75 per week. We train you and secure employment for you. Your chance to secure employment in .the defense industry. We are placing our graduates with the largest aircraft plants. State approved school with the lowest tuition of any school of its kind in the country. For complete information see Clyde Gamier, Friday, October 24, 10 a. in. to 8 p. m., Colonial Hotel. John Deere pick-up hay press with motor 2-row pull-type picker A-C combine STERLING IMPLEMENT CO, J. C. BECKER, MGR. Notice Farmers! SAVE MONEY AT Reed's Farm Supply N. Locust St. Phone 414 Several used tractors, plows, discs MYJJ*LAGRiCULTURE STORE 221 East Third St. 350 SIDEWALK brick. Cheap. Inquire 507 W. Sixth St. WE PAY YOU $5 for selling ten name imprinted Christmas cards sen $l~your prom 50c7 Free samples. Cheeffyl_ Card_ Co., MEM, White Plains, N. Y. DUNNIBECK WOMAN under 40 to care for small boy during school hours. Some house work. Guy McCon- Form Product* •'•V^^'VXWsyXXVirf'S^^^Xs^^XN^v*' COME AND GET 'EM Michigan sweet cider, 25c gallon, plus lOc deposit for container. All kinds of Michigan apples at bargain prices. We sell the best for less, .Let us prove it to those who haven't given us a trial yeL Our motto is satisfaction or your money refunded. Tfi^Way Gardens East Uncolnway See These Values! Radios, $2.95 up. Cooking stoves $5 up. Used washers, $8.50 up Also many good used coal, wood and oil burning circulating heaters. Many exceptional values Attractive prices. Gamble* Store One used Montgomery Ward wood and coal heater, 20" size, two years old: Will heat 4 to 5 rooms. Sold originally for $89.95. You can buy it today for $30. Sears, Roebuck & Co. SPECIAL!! One used 8 cu. ft. Leonard refrigerator. Come early to get this unusually low priced bargain. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. USED OIL burning circulating heater, excellent condition. Rea- aonable. Fresh Bulk Supply Corn, rye and graham flour. Warners Phone 81 HAND PICKED Kleffer pears, 75c Schwab Service Station, 102 12th Ave., Rock Falls. DINETTE table, Heppelwhite mahogany, 32" by 48" closed, two 12" leaves, four chairs, red Spanish leather seats. $15 cash. Phone 150. 27x54 SCATTER rugs. Discontinued patterns. $2.95 and $3.95. Dunbar Furniture So., 311 First Ave. ESTATE Heatrola, 10" pot; oil burner, .other heating stoves. Reasonably.priced. 1906_E. Fifth. nell, 208 Eleventh Ave. Phone and 50c bu. George Zapf, Rock 1145 mornings. CARRIER BOY, must be 14 years old; have phone in own home living in east end of Rock Falls Apply George Engel, care Gavotte, Mt Locust St. 1936 CHEVROLET tudor....$195 1895 PE BOTO sedan. . . ...... *tt IMS CHEVROLET tudor..., $75 ltt«FORDtu4or.. .. ..... ..$115 1936 TBfUUPLANE tuck*. ..S1SO TWO experienced body and fender men, good pay, steady. Only A-l men need apply. Fourth St Motor Sales, De Kalb, 111. CHECK-OUT clerk and bookkeeper, state age, qualifications and wages desired. Write 'Clerk, Gazette. FOW> MM PONTIAC tutor ....... ..MS Haldeman Motor Co, East Fourth St KITCHEN helper wanted. Apply in person. Sterling Public Hospi tal. Work Wont*d _ ___ _ 1940 6TUDEBAKER Champion j JOB AS housekeeper for middle- sedan, radio and heater, only 1MM 1838 BUICK coach. 1931 CHEVROLET eo«ch. PLYMOUTH tfi^ti. Many others, law term*. SMITH MOTOR Rocity<LUa — .. . .... J Jokem ilotor Sita*~ ^ traeta J. • ~ Quint' aged man. Would appreciate a good home.TPhone Morrison 3774 or write Mrs. Margaret Owens. Round Grove. Financial Caxette. ongoodecurUy interest. Write 877, care I* WITZ PUPS Falls. Route 1. Prophetstown Rd. SECOND and third cutting alfalfa, baled and delivered. Harve Plock. Chadwick. Phone J5H. POTATOES, 75c bag; cabbage, 2e Ib. 605 Grace Ave., Rock. Falls. By the Prophetstown toad. Household Goods Stoves! NEW OOLEMAN OIL BURNER HEATROLAS, ONLY $39.95 Used oil burners, heating stoves, heatrolas, oil heaters, electric heaters, laundry and cook stoves, gas plates, stove pipe, furnace pipe, dampers, generators, wicks, parts and service. Used Singer sewing machines. Terms. Repair ail makes. Moore's, 1815 Locust. Call 1411 - W SINGER sewing machine, rotary. Piano; good condition. Gasoline stove, Inquire 510 Twelfth Ave. HAND embroidered silk quilts for coKSTOVE, reasonable" price. 511 B. Fifth St.. RockFal Household Goods EIGHT PIECE walnut dining room suite. Phone 1313. Store Specials •^^O^^^^rv^N^^^NrfN^N^Vys^v-^r^X _ _ . _ _ . BICYCLES^ Complete line of La Salle models. Buy now for Christmas on lay-away plan. Wide range of prices. Ohnen & King , 408 East Third St. this Week'sSpecial 20"x4" attractive all - purpose glass utility shelf, 25c each. Hurdle Hardware, Rock Falls. TWO WARM, modern sleeping rooms, close In, desirable. 31: Fifth Ave. TWO ROOM "furnished" apartment, clo«e in. Inquire at 317 Locust St. THREE ROOM furnished apartment. Inquire 404 Seventh Ave. Rock Falls. BUNDLE LOTS OF WALL PAPER, 49c AND UP. STERLING HOME IMPROVEMENT CO, E. THIRD ST. 410 Property To Rent •**~ 1 *~»*»'>*WW~»^S<N*>*»*»»w»^x*^w^«<' EIGHT ROOM modern home private water system, $35 per month; eight room home, river front, double garage, oil heat, $50 per month; five room bungalow modern, Wr~Siith 8t7,~$30- per month; seven room house, Ninth Ave., $30 per month; four room flat, modern, over Badger's, $25 per month; three room and kitchenette..bath, $18 per month; three rooms and bath, rear flat, $15; five rooms and bath, heat furnished, $32.50. GAULRAPP At FLOCK Musical —- Radios ^^^^^^^^-^^-^*%XN<^^X^»**^V^-^^N^^^^^XVyS 1 X^^S^^^rf" lOc lOc lOe is all it costs to have your favorite popular recording Come in today NORTHWESTERN MUSIC CO. 120 W Third St. 40 SONGBOOKS, New Awakening songs, waterproof cloth binding, hard cover. Originally 35c, sell 30c each. Phone 1473-W. LEA~RN~Tb PLAY an'~abcordlon, new stock now here. See them at Engel's Music Store, 1210 East Fourth St. SEVEN ROOM brick home on N. Locust St., modern in every respect. $55 per month. Five room furnished apartment, east of Broadway, $35 per month. Half of double house in good residential district, close in, $40 per month. Otto F. Castendyck, 411 Central Trust Bldg. Phone 191. STRICTLY modern, newly dee- orated fire room first floor apartment in new building. Heat, water, janitor service furnished. Speroni apartment building, 206 W. Fifth St., Sterling. Inquire 5U W. Thirteenth St., Sterling. Call 795. Wearing Apparel TAILOR made suits, topcoats and overcoats, latest styles, fabrics. Frank the Tailor. Hotel Gait. srjrs^UR^trmrc^aTaWiBufrr size 14. good style, good condi- ion. Reasonable. Phone 1718-J. GET YOUR^ustomeTliariored suit or topcoat now. Don't wait. J aul Sonneman. Phone 936. SEVEN ROOM modern house, 708 Avenue I, garage, $27.50. references, immediate possession. Inquire next door north. FOUR ROOM modern house, 305 Thirteenth Ave. Call at 1101 Fifth Ave. Phone 1946-M evenings. THREE ROOM house, water furnished; has lights, gas and toilet. Inquire at 808 Eighth Ave. size 38; sheepskin, size 40. $10 ach. Phone 1198-J. FUR COAT and two cloth coats, sizes 12-14. 811 W. Fourth St. Wonted To Buy —' n ^~»^**^ > >^H^XX>^^'\^N^%^ l S^VXN^V^*-'VX^*«ii t ^.^N w »s^ l V^^^X^V/^ CORNET-or-trumpet: Mtrtrbe in ood condition. Phone 206-J after 6 p. m. Rooms To Rent TWO light housekeeping rooms, private entrance^ stoker heat. 'all after 4 p. m. 604 Third Ave. SEVEN ROOMS and bath, garage. $45. 304 Sixth Ave. See Goulding^ 15JV. Third St. SEVEN ROOwf house at 1502 Locust St. Inquire John Schoenhaar. 218, East Third St. phrpy's Agency, Rock Frill* Ca'I 1930. SMALL four room hou^r Inquire 605 Fiftfrnth AVP., Rrx-k Fa!l5 SIX ROOM modprn houw. In- quirp 310 SrvpjrJh AVP Countv Co-.irt of \VhitP5irip Cou I:i;noi5. snd that clninis m«y Wonted To Rent BUILDING suitable for stnrnce .space that can be heated. Phone 440-R. ncninM iho pstnto on <T| tvforr said ds'p without i.wiftnr* o?| summons. Sola—Real Estate) >^'V'^^'>XN 1 *-SX-\XXX%,-SJ-*^'V--»-*>^> - '^^ TEN ROOM brick residence, modern, paved Rtreet, W. Third St.. ample garage space for four cars, large lot, ideal for rooming house or light housekeeping. $5,000. Four room modern bungalow, with garage, screened porch, full lot, Northwest Sterling, W.200. Four room cottage, extra good condition, two lots. Rock Falls. $2250. Four room bungalow, practically new, garage, modern facilities. Rock Falls, $3400. cash will handle. GAULRAPP & FLOCK SMALL home and acre of ground, $1250. MODERN six room home. 4 acre land, near schools, $4500. FOUR ROOM bungalow on 5H acres of land, on highway, $4,500. FARM-HOME and acre of land, in Gait, $3,500. THREE ROOM bungalow, near schools, $900. FOUR ROOM bungalow, close in. *1,250, HUMPHREY'S AGENCY L, Wrnvfr. Rttornoy. Ort. 22. 2P. NOT1(E~OF CI-AIM DAY .s lirrfhv given to nil MIHS tliftt Drrfmlvr 1. 1941, 1« rlaim d«t*> in the e^tnte of Fprru- wn M. Rffd. drcrnsPd. pending Dip County Court of County. Illlnms, and that claim* : bf fllpd RRRinst thp said «-! or before M»td dnte without iwu»r of summons. Donald Reed. Administrator. I. L. Wenver, attorney. Oct. 22. 29. Rock Falls Phone 1930 GRENNAN'S INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 302 CENTRAL TRUST BLDG. MODERN eight room house on five acres of ground. MODERN four room bungalow, Ave. E, Rock Falls, $2,250. MODERN 4 room bungalow. Fifteenth Ave., $1800. Small down payment, balance monthly. FIVE ROOM house. Fourth Ave., Rock Falls. $1600. Small down payment, balance monthly. 80 ACRE FARM at a bargain. LEGAL NOTICE In th* Circuit Court White.iide County, Dllnoa October Term, A. D Fredrrir D. Utley, individual^. ! M trustee, Plaintiff, VK. Leonard Qamber, ct al., dant*. In Chancery, No. 5448, Notice U given of the pendcnqr| of the above entitled suit in above entitled court, that th« m bcr of the is M Above suit that the name of th» party to served by publication Is Cumber, and that the date on after which default may be entc agntmt satd defendant ta Novemt 18, 1M1. Lee B. WhUtfcr. Ck-rk of the Circuit Court of Whiteside County, niino*^ Sheldon and Brown, attorneys far| plaintiff. Oct. IS. JJ. INVEST in LOTS x>ta are a safe investment. We have the largest selection of choice lota in Sterling. Choose one or two in the new, fast grow- ng subdivisions now. These lots will double in value. Easy terms. F. L Pitney Bill Pitney Chuck Sprinkle Room 205 Lawrence Bldg. SEVEN.IfflLESJroni Sterling on north side we have an 80 acre, well improved with a six room iouse, fair barn, double corn crib. ;ood hog house, chicken house ost $1500. We can sell this farm or $65 per acre. Buildings are Ighted with electricity. See W. H. Stanley and son, Donald. MODERN six room home, 301 Fourteenth Ave:; vacant Nov. 1. Phone County U12-4. TWO ROOMS, suitable for office space, on second floor. Inquire National Bank. HALF of double house, strictly Novr ». 312 JY t Third TWO furnished rooms in mod- rn home, stoker heat, private entrance, close in. 602 Third Ave. The Evening Argument Movie Executive Tells Of Hiring Bodyguards For Fear of Wm. Bioff NEW YORK <AP) — Two Aunt Net W •OMRT QOlLLJDf Poor Po •T CALLAN TERMS AT PRESCOTT'S 102 W. Third St. Phone 21 FELT BASE LINOLEUM 9x12 five year guaranteed rugs $7.95 9x12 Armstrong Quaker M.95 9x12 Armstrong Standard.. .15.95 9x12 Bird-Neponset ....... $49$ 9x12 Manitex $3.95 We stock odd skex from 6x9 ta 2x15. y§rd goods in «, 9 and IS > widths. Ask to st>« the new A- Unyder. Aerow from Rock! soil-proof inlaid linoleum. i StEiiMAN FURWTURI CX>. "I -don'! Wfirit everyboti agree with me. If I knew ev, ___ ........ _ _ __ .,„ „_ „„ „ body had to be wrong every time wasted the money she spenFTor I am, tritr responsibility , would ! steak. She already had «ome "Our son Joe didn't come home for dinner, so Ma felt like she'd drive me crazy. Juic a^y bodyguards trailed hU c«r, Movie Magnate Hairy M. Warner t*«tUied yesterday, bccauce while h« pro- fewed open friendship with William Bioff, west coast labor leader, he feared bodily hern. -I considered Bioff M a nun who shook our company down for $100,000," said Warner, head of Warner Eft-others picture*, "but u • matter of good business, I thought it better to renuln on friendly terns with him ori the surface." . It was Warner's second day on the ttsnd in federal court where Bioff and George H Browne, president of the API. International AJ- iiutce of The«tric»l fitat* employe* ar« en trial charttd with extortmf $5$4>4KO from saotioo picture producers in violation of the federal anti- racketecrinf act. Warner previously testified that his firm paid tb« defendants $100.000 to avert strike* and bedily harm. lie Mid b« WM afralsl "of what would happen to the busiasw" and to himself if monetary _ by staff were not met. Second Asst. Trto»urtr Of McHtnry Co. Drafted CHICAGO -™ (AJp) **caud tiwttiactx McH«rury county UMI Urta«urar of DO YOU OWN your home? Only xaminatlorrrjy a compietentnil- torney of a reliable abstract can determine this. H. B.^ Wilkinson Co., Morrison. PARTLY modern four room cottage, including electric range, oil burner and water heater. Eastend, Sterling. $1800.1. B. Snavely. LEOAJL_NOTICI!t In the Circuit Oourf Whlt*sl<J* County, October Term, A. D. The Wynn Company, a Corporm-1 tlon. Plaintiff, vs. Sherman A. Chubbard, et aJ^ fendantx. In Chancery. No. 5449. Notice is given of the pendency) of the above entitled suit in above entitled court, that the nu ber of the case is as above ctat that the names of the parties to < served by publication are A. Chubbard, Sherman A. Cbsa»| buck, Nelson Mason. Albert Pro-1 brey, Helen P. Hasklns, Sarah J.| Presbrey, and Unknown Owner*, i that the data on or after default may be entered against defendants, and each of them, November 18, 1041. Dated. October 14, 1941. Le« E. WhUtJer. Clerk of th« Circuit Court ofl Whiteslde County, Illlnoat. Sheldon and Brown, attotneyi ft plaintiff. Oct._15_._ O. 3 LEGAL NOTICE In the Circuit Ct Whiteside County, October Term, A. D. lBtt| Prank Oossel et al., Plain tiff«, vs. Godfrey Daniels et al., Defendaatav | In Chancery. No. 5444. Notice is given of the pend of the above entitled suit, in tfeii] above entitled court, that tht mi ber of the case is as above itateaV ALL SIZE farms and city properties; grocery and meat market combined; feed mill. Inquire of Henry Wolber, Milledgeville. ECONOMY cottages and small homes^Seejpur complete line. H. C. Schunemaii. 305 Ave D. Phone 741, Woodstock who reported at the induction station here. His predecessor Marcellus Senne, Is at Port Bragg. N. C. Prom McLean county came General Clinton Benney, whose first name Is just that and not a military rank; Keith Johnson. Bloommgton golf star; Prank Bchrelber. former quarterback on the Illuiois Normal unlvemity team; and Delmar Haughey, one time guard on the Illinois Wesleyan Eleven. Fox, Ex-Film Executive, Sentenced for Froud PHILADELPHIA — (AP) — William Pox, bankrupt former movies producer, was sentenced in U. 6. district court yesterday to a year and a day in federal penitentiary and fined $3,000 on his plea of guilt to a charge of conspiracy'to obstruct Justice, and defraud • the united state*. Jointly accused with Pox. retired f. S. Circuit Judge J. Warren Davis and former j Bankruptcy Referee Morgan £. Kaufman were tried twice with jury disagreements resulting in both Instance*. Remaining indictments against the two will be the aitprnlty general's office/ has announced. Testifying as a government witness at the Davis-Kaufman Fox Mid h* gave UM jurUt 137.500 in uroiecured loans In what the government charged wa* an effort to influence rtyUtong on the former movie prodaoer's bankrupt:) raMi tttt« telort circuit court. Kaufwen, be served by publication are; Gad» v j frey Daniels, Samuel Gockley, beth Goclcley, Naomi Gockley,; ces Gockley, Levi Gockley. Arum I Gockley. Thomas Maeland, W. p.j Blacklston. Cecelia C. BlackistOLl Odella J. Blackiston, and Unknown Owners; and that the date on e»J after which default may be ent against said defendants and of them is November IB, 1M1; thatl the relief sought is quieting title. Dated, October 8, 1941. Lee E. Whistler. Clerk of the Circuit of Whiteside County. Illinois^ i plaintiffs. -OcL.-X-.14V- Prison Clerk Trying to Make Break NASHVILLE. TENN. — prison record clerk *hot and k two long-term prisoners in the penitentiary Monday as the com covered Warden Tom Gore with pistol and an Ice pick seeking force him to liberate them. The clerk, James Glide* ell. on the men as the one with a turned it from the warden him, when he entered the room. ' two convicts were Identified a* liam O'Day. 40. and James Charleson, 21, both sentenced Chattanooga on murder convict The two men had walked up on i warden while he was on an _ tlon trip in the prison and shoved 1 note Into his hand .which read part, "Our freedom or your Which is it?" Army Comps to Open Reemployment Offices CHICAGO — <AP> — Special „ ployment offices wul be opened Camp Grant and Chanute fleM the .quick return to deferue inA tries of skilled workers among le*«*d selectee*. Eugene J. B regional labor supply officer, Tuesday. •uch offices are expected to opened this week in 44 camp* nation. Brock said they concentrate on former »oldtm rd in d*Ien*t jobs arjd, would not in the fi* deals, and Ha\i» denied ever fringe on UK e&tkbuahed .. cliHCcjvtaf Uw money Jroai Pox. if or reemptoyiuf ditcaariui

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