Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 24, 1941 · Page 14
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Sterling, Illinois
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Friday, October 24, 1941
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Page Fourteen STEELING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Friday, October 24, 1941 Farm Lands - Homes - Lots, The Best Buys-Always Listed In The Want-Ads Want-Ad Rates And Information Phone Main 42 Thre« Trunk< Ask for -Ad-Tafcef Us««l Can Ui«d Cars CASH RATES 3c per word—1st da? 2c p*r word—2nd day Ic p«r word—3rd and each succeeding day. ' Carrying charge—Ic per word additional If not paid within five day* of expiration date. Minimum charge 15 words Blind Ads 25 cents additional The Gazelle will not be responsible lor more than one incorrect insertion of any advertisement. FORMS CLOSE AT 11 A. ML Cards of Thanks, Furniture for Bale. Wanted to Rent and Situation* Wanted advertisement* are payable In advance. Announcements •rf^rf-fc^^NyW*^-* 1 * CORN PICKER demonstration at Round Grove. See the new Oliver 1-row corn picker in action Saturday. Oct. 25th. In case of rain will hold demonstration the following Monday. AUSTIN BROS., ROUND GROVE 1938 Chevrolet Short Wheel Base Truck New paint. EOO<! condition 1936 Che^rotet Standard Town Sedan Strel top, finish 1935 Chevrolet" Standard Coach Blark finish. Rood condition 1936 Plymouth Coupe 1M7 Ford V-8 Long Wheel Base Truck New paint, $^ £Ti<7ViCr 3 good f-fi^j,^)x7l condition C * ^ WQJJ 1935 Chevrolet Master Town Sedan All-sterl top, (t knpp ^ nrtion ^ 1933" Chevrolet Coach Rrnewrd motor, //f\ <i black finish, ^ II Rood vip ii 1935 Dodge Coupe MarchancHs® Used Machinery! Woodrn 46 ft. Sandwich elevator; 5 ft. A-C combine, used two seasons; 6 ft. M-H clipper combine, with motor; M-H 101 series tractor, cultivator and power lift, used one season. Also complete line of New Idea corn picker parts. Cady Implement Co. Yorktown Tampico phone 113-7 NO. 5 POWDER measure Pacific scales and 38 special loading tools. Remington and Fox shotguns. Remington rifles and shells. William Sharp. Call 1976. Notice Farmers! SAVE MONEY AT Reed's Farm Supply N. Locust St. Phone 414 New Idea Parts Good line of New Idea picker parts at Jhfylin's, 221 East Third. YOU ARE Invited to visit Lee's handcraft exhibit. «11 First Ave., Rock Falls. Large display of rugs on hand. Any color rug made to order. Christinas orders taken now. Open dally except Saturday. BTERLINcTl'ublic HospitaT~ac- credited school offers three year nursing course for high school graduates. Spring term January 12, 1942. Apply now for infonna- 1933 1931 Ford Coupe Ford Model A Coupe WE HAVE OTHER MAKES AND MODELS AT ATTRACTIVE Open Evenings PRICES Easy Payments Free Magic Circus At the Coliseum, Wednesday, Oct. 39. 7:30. Also sound film "Making Cows Pay." Sponsored by Sunshine Feed Store. SPECIAL THIS WEEKEND Barbecued hamburgers, 10 cents. "Buck" and "Anne." McCue's Corners, Personal* CHEVROLET COMPANY Get a winter check-up on your car—stop shimmy and excessive tire wear with wheel alignment. —WITH THE BEAR SYSTEM 506 Locust Street Sterling, 111. BOY'8 BICYCLE for "sale. Avenue F. 1011 Form Product! i"«^V»»W 11 ** l ^XX>^^^»^W^-»Syw-S.i''_ COME AND GET 'EM Michigan sweet cider, 25c gallon, plug lOc deposit for container. All kinds of Michigan apples at for less. Let us prove it to those who haven't given us a trial yet. Our motto is satisfaction or your money refunded. Hi-Way Gardens East Lincolnway Houtthoid Goods ONE URKTVKrorh 1 rr'moha.'iT~iTv^ Ins room suite, sold originally fnr $119. Now you can buy it for $43 88. Sears. Roebuck & Co. MAHOGANY baby bfd, tvirkrr baby carnage, good condition. Both $10. H. E. Aclair, Woodlawn road, 1773-W. SEE US for new and used oil heaters. Prlcrci right. Terms and trades. Vanetti's, N. Locust St. Phone .386. LARGE SIZE circulating heater, 22" flrpbox, perfect condition. Used one year. $25. E. L. Byers. Dillon Ave. 27x54 SCATTER rugs; Dlscontin- ued patterns. $295 and $395. Dunbar Furniture So., 311 First Ave. HAND embroidered silk quilts for sale. 208 E. Sixth St., Rock Falls. EIGHT" PIECE~~walnuY" dining room suite. Phone IMS. THIS WANT-AD BROUGHT Musical — Radios Fresh Bulk Supply Corn, rye and graham flour. Warners Phone 81 HANb~PICKED Kieffer peanTTSc and 50c bu. George Zapf, Rock Falls. Route 1. Prophetstown Rd. SECOND and third cutting alfal- AND LISTEN to the new 1942 model RCA Victors. Combinations, record players, portables, table models, consoles, tubes, parts and service. TERMS AT PRESCOTT'S 102 W. Third St. FHOM THE TIME THE TAPER WAS PRINTED TO 7 O'CLOCK THE SAME EVENING MIODLEAOFn lirtv to hrlp *rh hnu.trwnrk. Man be able to cook. Phonf 8B2. PLACE YOUR WANT-AD TODAY—PHONE 42 Sole — Real Effort We Have Answers To The Following Blind Want-Ad*: Roofers, 499 Phone 21 lOc lOc lOc la all it costs to have your favorite popular recording Come In today NORTHWESTERN MUSIC CO. 120 W. Third St. fa, baled mud delivered. HarveJ FourthuSL. Flock; Chadwick. Phone 35H. LEARN TO PLAY an accordion, new stock now here. See them at Engel's Music Store, 1210 East HOME DEFENSE RIGHT NOW those two words are very popular, but to us they are not at all new. OUR CASH LOANS have been used to defend many homes against the. worry of unpaid liUli. needed operations, home repairs and many other reasons. WE LOAN $25.00 to $300.00 on SIGNATURE ONLY. No mortgage* or other security. Repay to suit your income or lake as long as 18 months. All confidential of course. Community Loan Co. •02 Lawrence Bldg. Phone 646 ESTABLISHED 23 YEARS Ustd Can 1935 Plymouth 4-DOOR 1938 Plymouth 4-DOOR Weaver Motor Sales 6-8 W. Fifth St. Best Oarage Jokerst Motor Sales DB 8OTO * PLYMOUTH DIAMOND T TRUCKS Help Wonted bookkeeper, state age, qualifications and wages desired. Write 'Clerk, Gazette. .. MIDDLE AGED housekeeper wanted. One in family. Good home. 811 First Ave. or phone "2136-W."" POTATOES, 75c bag; cabbage. 2c lb. 605 Grace Ave., Rock Falls. By the Prophetstown road. CORNFED beef sale. Fed six months. Leonard Hodge. Mil- ledgevllle phone. QUARTER BEEF FOR SALE J. C. Becker. Phone 1773-R or 424 CADILLAC—PACKARD O. .M C. track*. J. B_ Corbett. 401 E Third St Phont 1367 J. W. McDonald YOUR OLD8MOBILE DEALER EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. I Apply in person at Hotel Lincoln dining room. MAN WANTED for farm, year 'round job, good pay. Call at 201 Ninth Ave. A Free Gift FROM YOUR BEND1X DEALER h«v» m tree gift fnr all Home Laundry owners. Please call at store and receive your free gift. MERVYN H. REED 3 W. THIRD Automotive Winter is Coming!! We will check your battery, anti-freeee. 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. KITCHEN helper wanted. Apply in person. Sterling Public Hospital. TRUCK OWNERS NARCU8SUS bulbs for outdoor planting. Single yellow and single white, doxen 20c. 100 $1.25. Postpaid. L. T. Powers, Sterling, Route 1. Class A testing lane. Vanetti's, N. Locust St. WHEEL alignment, free checkup, free estimate. Complete Bear «ysr tern. Bob Browning. Dunnebeck Chevrolet Garage. Livestock $3.00 TO $«3oPAn77or dead cattle and horsea (exact price depending on size and condition). We also pay for dead hogs. Rock River Rendering Works, Sterling, UL Phone Main 462. Reverse chargea. CASH PAID for dead animals, horses, cattle and hogs. We pay phone calls. Reverse charges. HouMhold Goods See These Values! Radios, $2.95 up. Cooking stoves, $5. up. Used washers, • $8.50 up. Also many good used cpal, 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. Se"ars, Roebuck & Co. Store Sptciols ^rComplete^n Salle models. Buy now for Christmas on lay-away plan. Wide range of prices. Ohnen & King 408 East Third St. ~~T his Week»s~SpeciaT~ J0"x4" attractive all-purpose glass utility shelf, 25c each. Hurdle Hardware, Rock Falls. Rooms To Rent FOUR ROOM unfurnished apartment .all modern, heat.light, water furnished. Private entrance. Adults, 1609 E. Fourth St. LARGE furnished apartment, ground floor, strictly private. Everything furnished but gas. 510 East Seventh St. TWO ROOM furnished apartment; heat, light, water furnished; no objection to one child. 612 Sixth Ave. TWO ROOM furnished apartment, kitchen has sink. Gas, water, lights, heat furnished. 1005 Second Ave. Property To Rent Lots srf a safe mvrstniriit have the laiRrsl selection of choice lots in Sterling. Choose! one or two in the new, fast grow-] HIE subdivisions now. Those will double in value. Easy terms F. L. Pitney Bill Pitney Chuck Sprinkle Room 205 Lawrence Bldf.j Four room modern bungaloir.| with carace, screened porch. fu| lot. Northwest Sterling. $6,2C Four room cottnce, extra coodl condition, two lots, Rock Falls,! $2250. Four room bungalow, prac-j tically new, garage, modern fa-| cilities. Rock Falls, $3400. $4 cash will handle. GAULRAPP fc FLOCK SEVEN MILES" from Sterllng~em| north side we have an 80 well improved with a six room] house, fait barn, double corn cri good hog house, chicken hou cost $1500> We can sell this farral for $65 per acre. Buildings are! lighted with electricity. See W.| H. Stanley and son, Donald. orated fire room first floor apart- TWO four room partly rrioder homes, one acre of ground,! $2500 and $3000. - ment in new building. Heat, wa- THRE E ROOM partly modem, ter, janitor service furnished. Speronl apartment building. 206 W. Fifth St., Sterling. Inquire 511 W. Thirteenth St., Sterling. Call 795. THREE ROOM house, mile from town. No children over two years. $15. Adair, Woodlawn road. Call 1773-W. FOUR ROOM modern house. 305 Thirteenth Ave. Call at 1101 Fifth Ave. Phone 1948-M evenings. THREE ROOM modern apart- mint, downtown? Possession- Nov. 1st. Adults only. L. E. Long, 1305 Sixth Ave. THREE ROOM apartment for light housekeeping, everything furnished. 201 Dixon.Ave., Rock Falls. TWO furnished rooms In modern home, stoker heat, private entrance, close in. 602 Third Ave. BUNDLE LOTS OF WALL PAPER, 49c AND UP. STERLING HOME IMPROVEMENT CO., 410 E. THIRD ST. A TABLE just made for your Mixmaster, 16x20 stainless steel top, one drawer and two shelves, mounted on casters. $3.95. See our windows. 8IEGMAN FURNITURE CO. Phone 1424r-Sterttng Rendering Works. J A Shepard. ' QUILTING $3.50 to $3.50. Beautiful dealgna. Mrs. John F. Phelpa, 10$ W«st Fourth 8t. Phone 42S-M. FREE! Complete grease Job with every oil change, thia month. Mange'i Service Station. first Av*. Mid Fourth St., Rock Fall*. THY US! We try to satisfy. To look your best go to R. C. Hoffman* Barber At Beauty Shop, Central Trust Bldg. FwiLL NOT be respondble~for any debts unless contracted by myself. John F. Peterson, Gait FOUR USED Firestone tires. 6:00 by 16, good for lots of mileage, $10. 706 First Ave. •utinets Service POWER EXCAVATING Building eand. gravel, driveway gravel, cinders, dirt of ail kinds. Phone f70-t W Uncoinwa^ TWO REGISTERED Duroc boars, cholera immune, priced reasonable. Robert Hildebrand, block west of Lyndon school. CHESTER^WHITE and~Spott«d Poland China stock hogs. Choice $35. Jacob Bruns, south of Rock Falls. Route 88, __ PUREBRED Poland China boan and milking Shorthorn bulls. George W. Immel, westend Lyndon. • , USED OIL burning circulating, heater, excellent condition. Rea- ' sonable, Inquire Davison and Wearing Apparel TAILOR made suits, topcoats and overcoats, latest styles, fabrics. Frank the Tailor, Hotel Gait. THREE unfurnished rooms, water and lights furnished. Private entrance. 1111 Third Ave. FIVE ROOM modern flat for rent. Inquire 410 Seventh Ave., Rock Falls. _ _ TWO" WARM,' modern sleeping HALF of double house, strictly modern, garage, possession Nov. ». 312 W. Third St. FIVE ROOM house, 7 miles north of Sterling. Howard Weldel, Coleta phone. $2100. FOUR ROOM modern, $3800. FIVE ROOM modern, $3500. FOUR room partly modern, $2000., I. B. SUAVELY Lawrence BldfJ ATTRACTIVE small Colonial home, east of Sterling, block north of Lincoln highway,^ block east of Freeport road. Reasonably priced. Open for inspection. Phone Mrs. B. ML Rich. Main 1334. 'ALL SIZE farms and city . r . ties; grocery and meat mari.__ combined; feed mill. Inquire off I SMALL HOME. $15 month. Humphrey's Agency, Rock Falls, Call 1930. SMALL four room house. Inquire 605 Fifteenth Ave.. Rock Falls. ABSTRACT servfce is our entire business. Your title matters hare I our prompt, reliable attention. ~ B. Wilkinson Co., Morrison. ECONOMY cottages and email I homes. See our complete line H. C. Schuneman, 305 Ave. D. Phone 741. Wonted To Rent 80 TO 160 ACRE farm, share crop or 50-50 basis. LeRoy Gowan, Rock Falls. Phone County 954-2. rooms, close Fijth Ave. in, desirable. 311 GET YOUR custoraed tailored suit or topcoat now. Don't wait. Paul Sonneman. Phone 936. TWO MEN'S suTtsi size^."good condition. 302 E. Ninth St., Rock Falls. Wonted To Buy •^^^*^^^^^^^^*^>i^«rf 1 %/S^Nrf^X%XN^XyNXN*>^*^»^s*^x^««^yS^» CORNET or trumpet. Mut be In good condition. Phone 206-J after 6 p. m. TWO ROOM apartment, refurnished new. Private entrance. 107 Sixth Ave. SLEEPING. room In all modern home. 704 E. Fourth St. Phone 1078-M. Property To Rent Ave., Rock Falls. SPECIAL!! One used 8 cu. ft. Leonard refrigerator. Come early to get this unusually low priced bargain. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. FUEL OIL heater, excellent condition, $15. $125 melody C saxophone, A-l condition, for tale cheap, 711 First Ave. Rooms And Board COUPLE of pension ladles wanted to share downstairs apartment. Room and board. Prices reasonable. Phone 351 >R. ROOM AND BOARD in comfortable home, close in for employed people. Prices reasonable. 411 Avenue C. THREE FULLER tooth brushes, choloe of tooth paste or tooth powder, Me./rank Whipple. Call m PRDICK Castle 1 * creamy malted •ilk in refreshing flavors, One in a Million. He Used C«r» FOR COMPLETE plumbing and heating service, phone 344. Twin City Plumbing and Heating Service, Rock Falls. FOR COMMERCIAL and air-conditioning eatlautea and eervlce. atac'i Refrigeration Phone 10M. DELIVERY eervice. tight dray and rebbUb hauled. Frank L. Sehradtr. Smoke Shop. Call Ml AUTOMATIC HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE AHREN8' SERVICE CALL 1719 FOUR Hampshire boars, cholera Immune, eligible to register. Forest Heller, Prophetatown, R. 4. t5-$l5 PAID for live, sick or disabled cows Call Scott Ban pry * Electrical Service, phone S0$. THREE HOL8TEJN cowi. J. B. Thompson, John Fulfs place, aix ml)es northwest of Sterling. HEATROLA In good condition, cheap. Waldo Jaques, W. Fourteenth St., third house, south side, Rock Falls. SPOTTED Poland China boars, cholera immune. Roy Grimes, Tampico. Route 1. Claude Terry Fourteenth St. Rock Falls Weekend Sale Only 193* CHEVROLET tudor... $1M 193a DE 80TO eedan $95 ItBS CHEVROLET tudor..... $75 1936 FORD tudor $lg5 If3* T1BRAPLANE tudor...$150 IBM FORD tudor.. $M 1*33 PONTIAC tudor $gf .Haldeman Motor Co. nCjjfr East Fourth St 194U 8TUDEBAKER Champi CEMENT mlier. for rent. Rub- bet ttred wfaeelbarrowa-ineluded John Frey, 7t4 W Seventh St EXPERT RADIO repairing, electrical wiring. Earl McNeil Electric Service. Phone 111. Help Wented WOMAN for ea«y telephone work in own home. No Good sedan, radio and heater, only 16,80) miles. sWICK coach. J9H CHEVROLET coach. MOt PLYMOUTH coach. Many others. Baey terms. SMITH MOTOR SALES pay. Must have own phone, pleas- Ing telephone voice. Reply in own handwriting, Hiving address and phone number. Write $33, care Gazette. PUREBRED spring Poland China boars, cholera immune. James JHawk, Fen ton. Poultry CROSLEY waaher, A-.1 mechanically, white porcelain tubs, balloon roils, Ueed only a ahort tune. Only $29.95 _Sears, Roebuck & Co. Ueed Singer sewing machine*? Term*. Repair all makes. Moore's, ills Locust. Call 1411-W SEARS circulating coal heater, large size. Ed Burke, 6Vi miles south, Rock Falls. Route 88. ELDERLY PEOPLE given good home, good food, good care. Prices reasonable. Write 228, care Gazette. 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 BUILDING suitable for storage space that can be heated. Phone 440-R. / Sole>—lUol Ett«t« <3e^rtFal-Trust-Bldg7-Phone-i»li 303- GENTRAlT-TRUSTHBLDGT FIVE ROOMS, bath, ground floor, heatrola furnished, near schools, Sterling. $18 month. Inquire 502 E. Tenth St., corner Ave. D, Rock Falls. SMALL home and acre of ground, $1250. MODERN six room home. Vi acre land, near schools, $4500. FOUR ROOM bungalow on 5Vi 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. MODERN five room home floors, fully insulated. Inouir* 1100 West Second St., Rock Fall*. SMALL all- modern house, Rock Falls, good location. Must ae] for cash. Write 509, care GazetU Wont—Real Eitato WELL LOCATED five or six rooa home, one or two stories, neighborhood. Write all par lars to N.8., care Gazette. $1,250. HUMPHREY'S AGENCY Rock Falls Phone 1930 GRENNAN-S INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE WELL improved farm, about acres, north of river, Write care Gazette. —•—•—•••••••i Logol Notict Rooms To Rtnt TWO furnished rooms for light housekeeping; also one furnished room for light housekeeping. Reference required. No children. Ml E. Fifth St. SIX ROOM modern house, newly decorated, bedroom downstairs, garage, Rent $30, Inquire 410 Seventh Ave. TWO furnished light housekeeping rooms, ground floor, private entrance, sink, laundry privileges. 103 Twelfth Ave., Rock Falls, TWO light housekeeping rooms, private entrance, stoker heat Call after 4 p. m. 604 Third Ave Russians Concede Situation Alarming On Ukraine Front (Continued rrom page on«) The Evening Argument Aunt Htt Poor Pa 21% BREEDER mash, tJ.lf cwt.; Poultry Supplement, cwt.; Egg math, $S.*i cwt.; S2% Dairy. |2.65 cwt. McCarthy Peed Co., Rock Fails. ST QU1LLIN ST OLAUD1 OAJLLAK FOODS, remediea, poultry rap- pllea and flock eerrke. Chapin'i Hatchery. Tampico. ...... ' '" TWO experienced body and fender men, good pay; steady. Only A-l men need apply. Fourth St Motor Sales, De Kalb. 111. _ ^ D TOU w»a4 U» e»U y<wjr carl hjfBe* «aek price on late , Rubic, EXPERIENCED beauty operator wanted to take charge of shop. State references. Write "Beautician," care Gazette. general houiework on We4na»ilay, Fridays. ______ . Mr*. Walter Grebner, iM Seventh Farmers, Attention Buy your spring needs now and pay for them with inflation. SPECIAL THIS WEEK OWLY! Tractor tire* and tube* at aame pfteei aa ipring of ItWrWt ar- rangf for cutdown and UutaUa- tioii. Ro«buck £ Co* WANTED TO BUY. t.itnaUc, William •t. and Culver roa4, au- "Girt* in my time dMn't cUae* mm, put a to »mart lot fight u«uaUy casualtiai luffered by Kaiaer Wil helm'* imperial armies in the four yean of the World war. According to U. 8. state department figures, the Germans lost 1 773,700 killed and 43HJOM wounded in the 1914-18 conflict—* total of S,M»,75a. DNB, the official German news igency, qukkJy followed UU* claim with the reported destruction of more than MO Soviet divisions—approximately 3,900,000 to 4.ttO,000 men —in the bloody camiNikit UD to Sept. 1. The Soviet newspaper Pravd* reported, that a new German thrust south of Leningrad had been thrown back with at least S,*«e kilted, wounded or captured and that red arniy troops had retaken the villages of Veiya and Kholmy. Atett AiiraaM to DMMU Area Russian frbnt-liue dispatchea aaid the German* had also been repulsed in assault* west and south of Mot- tow, but acknowtedf ed a new German penetration in the Dooets river battle aone in the Ukraine. They have not taken and will not take MOJCOW," ceid 8. A. Luaovaky, official Soviet spntetouu,. Nevertheiea*. Premier Joaeph 8ta- Un delegated tw« ef hi* key •frr STERLING — Modern two bedroom semi-bungalow, hardwood floors, garage, Twelfth Ave., $3500. MODERN three bedroom semi- bungalow, Fifth Ave., $3200. ROCK FALLS—Three room bungalow, with toilet. $2200. 120 ACRE farm, $100 acre. 20%. down, possession March 1st. were still more than 60 miles from the U. S. 8. R. capital, countering official German claims yesterday tha % t nazi spearheads had advanced to within 35 miles of the city. Serving notice that Russia would never quit, Loiovsky told foreign newsmen that-- Marshal Semeon Bud jenny and Marshal Klementi Voroshilov, withdrawn, from the battlefront, had already begun organlz- Jni new armies from the vast reservoir of Soviet manpower. "Hitler promised to cod the war before winter, then throw enormous force* against England. He has failed in both," Lozovsky said. "We fully realize the gravity of the situation, but the Soviet government and people will fight to the LEGAL NOTICE In the County Court ot I Whiteside County, In the matter of the estate Guy V. Sanders, deceased. To the Heirs of Guy V. Sandera. Deceased. You are hereby notified that Esther Sanders, administratrix of the estate of Guy V. Sander*. de» ceased, has presented to the "Court of Whlleslde County, IllinotaT" her final report of her acts and doings as such administratrix; that a hearing on said final report has been set by said court for November 3, 1941, at 10:00 o'clock *. m.. the rooms of said County Court, Morrison, Illinois. Esther Sanders. Administratrix Robert W. and Kennard J Bcsse, attorneys for administratrix!- Oct. "I could «ell the widow Dap- but Ma let me. to form new red armta* and Soviet dispatch** acknowledged that ate*£OW*9 " DQ0i$iflK WAX DTK W— ''" ~ Leaden footed Piavda reports as saying: "Today Moacwpr it in danger. W* •hail never surrender. We mutt be end. Btalia 8UU In MMCAW Premier Stalin and the Soviet defense council, he said, are remaining at their, posts in Moscow, directing the fight for Russia's life. Russian dispatches said fierce hand-to-hand fighting was raging in the streets of three cities around the beleaguered capital— Kaluga, 90 mile* southwest; Mozhaisk. 57 miles west, 'and Kalinin, M miles northwest. The Russians acknowledged they had fallen back under the assault of German mortar and automatic rifle squads at some points in the Mochalsk battle zone, but declared that red army motorcyclists in the same area had recaptured two villages and thrown the nazis back across a river. O» the southern (Ukraine) front. Soviet report* said the Germans had renewed violent attempts to smash into the Crimean peninsula, site of the Black tea naval base of Sevastopol. but asserted that the^invaders had been repulsed with more titan natttTBIedlM ^ wouhcftdr --------------- Veteran Horse Thief, 82 r Vows He's Going Straight After 40 Years in Prison PHILADELPHIA — fAP)-Forty years In prison U enough. «•>•& Fonntr Groctr Dies CHICAGO — (AP) - James formerly a grocer Ottawa, IB-, -ter many R. in tot . today of iajurie* ftuluwd m a fail Buzzard, self-styled second-bet t horse thief the country ever had, he vows he's not coining back' time when released. Just turned 82, Joe hasn't enjoy, ed two consecutive yeaftSS-of liberty .since he first was sent to jail at the age qf 17,... ..'_•' His time at Eastern state tlary is up in 11 months and Jos* Is anxiously.ticking off the days. "Every man like* freedom," _ went on. "I want to get out. All told. I've spent 40 years behind jail walls and Mill I don't like it ate and four of my brothers did a of 158 yfars but none of us vrat We just got started wrong." He was sent here from LancatUr county to serve is months to tores years on a larceny charge. "Me and four of my brother*" stltuted the notorious Buzzard which raided through placid caster county in coutheaetern Peon* sylvania a half-century ago. While the record attributes all manner of thefts and burglaries to It, littl> crime of violence Is Itstad. . As a horse thief, Joe considers* himself second only to brother Abe. who got religion and conducted re* vlvals In prison before he died at the age of 85 Missing Man Sought JANESVILLK. WI8. Rock county theriff'a of fie* wkl to* day ~tti«~poiie« - in ne»rby™coia nitles had been a*ked to aid io search for Ralph Uarrutn. pre*ident of the WiMXMuOii Loyal Or- (I der of MOOM. who had been nUa^g* from hit Edgerton home s&c« Oct. 16 Harrl»on. 61, U a toatmaker «n of .tbe MftcbioW

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