Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 25, 1955 · Page 12
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 12

Dixon, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 25, 1955
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ENTIRE STOCK OF ALL WOMEN'S SUITS REDUCED t. BE HERE EARLY FOR THESE BARGAINS! by \NBWh WOMEN'S SPRING COATS 7 GIRLS' COATS SUITS „.» 5 1 0'° - 20 r£afer 7&ree Ways/ 3-T NYLON CORD TUNELESS DeLuxe Super-Cushion GOOD#YEAR Featuring "Stop Action" Triple Traction! 1. SAW TEETH RIB EDGES 2. DEEP-CUT STOP -NOTCHES 3. FLEXIBLE CROSS-CUTS Only Goodyear offers you this triple combination in a single tire — a three-way safety-action tread design that gives you more than 8,000 gripping edges for quicker, safer stops plus extra protection against dangerous skids. And, all this extra traction with no added noise! On any road, at any speed . . . this great new tire delivers a smooth, quiet ride. 3-T NYLON FOR ADDITIONAL SAFETY La addition to this safer-traction tread, you get proved miracle strength in this new Tubeless Tire because it's made with the best tire cord — Nylon! Pound-for-pound, Nylon is stronger than steel. By an exclusive and patented 3-T Process, Goodyear Nylon Cord is integrated with improved rubber compound and Triple-Tempered under Tension, Temperature, and Time to produce a Tubeles* Tire body that's completely unified — completelv airtight. See this new All-Nylon Cord Tubeless Super-Cushion now. On every count, it's a ▼astly superior tire — one you'll be proud to own, TRADE NOW! You get much more for very little more! We'll buy all the unused miles in your present tires* Pay as low as $1.25 a weelr? Yoar oW fires may be your down payment* MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND 00 oo 00 B0WARD TIRE SERVICE FIRST & OTTAWA AVE. DIXON, ILLINOIS PHONE 2-8851 34 Longfellow's writing was 37 Glance over 39 Malayan canoe 40 Bobby Burns RUT 41 Dickens character, "Tiny — — " 42 Poetry muse 45 Exchanging 49 Forgiveness 51 Lamprey1 52 Indigo 53 Flower 54 French coin 55 Lateral part 56 Depend 57 Explosive iz b I 15 ' jg U ~ J~ ig — 5 ~rZ jztz ~~ 1 WW :|f -, g g p r 'w % ^iq-r~~^ p Hill Hill H U 100 AND STILL DRIVING— Seated at the wheel of his 1928 Model A Ford is Ira W. Emmons, believed to be the oldest licensed driver in the United States. The 100-year-old from Hughson, Calif., must renew his special license each year, and it is good only in a 10-mile radius around Hughson. Emmons bought his Model A new. WHEN IS IT BEST TO USE ONE COAT HOUSE PAINT? 204 FIRST ST. mmu A Moore's On» r*>a< ^ouse Pal*1* That's right. . . for speed and economy! A single coat of Moore's One Coat House Paint is exactly right for previously painted wood surfaces in good conditon. It goes on quickly and evenly . . . levels out and hides . old colors excellently . . . lasts for years! And it's first to offer white and a wide color choice! $A?5 per m M Benjamin v W paints Consul/ us about all your painting questions. OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 9 P. M. ANDENBERrt CZ3EEE3>\J PHONE 4-0711 A Pup? A Canoe? Do It With a Want Ad! You'd be surprised how many young folks buy things like good used bikes, stamp collections, hobby materials and even puppy dogs through the Want Ads. If you are looking for a bargain, read and use the Want Ads regularly. PHONE 2-1111 For Want Ad Taker READ AND USE THE WANT ADS Engineering Prof iversity of Chicago and Culvei tary Acaaemy. I Ke is survived by his v Answer to r*r#v1ou» Pulttt fti* Dixon Evening Telegraph Wednesday, May 25, 1955 ' Page 12 Adenauer to Visit U. S. H*l 1 H Herl H'HH said. Adenauer will visit Washing- | ^ JJ^ (jf Jt DlC* State of Illinois ) dent Eisenhower and Secretary of Allen and Lisle Abbot Jr. State Dulles. No big topics CHAMPAIGN, 111. tB— Dr. Lisle So Suitable! I" Sawyer- 1 4 "Tr* Earth-' 2 t "Of and 3 the River" 4 12 Some 13 Monster « of WASHINGTON UN — State Department officials said today German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer will pay a one-day visit to Washington next month. They said Adenauer will be in the United States to receive an honorary doctorate from Harvard A. Rose, 51, professor of general engineering at the University of the Last Will and Testament of Nellie L. G rover, deceased. Public notice is hereby given that a petition has been filed in the Countv Court of Lee Countv. Illinois on Mav 24. 1955. showing that Nelhe L G rover, of the City of Di\on. in said County, departed this life, leaving an instrument purporting to be a last will and testament That said deceased |pf! her .mvivine. Edward Georee come up for discus: FT. BRAGG, X. C. (.? — A Dakota Indian volunteered to become a parachute juniper in the 82nd Airborne Division here. His name: Pvt. Broken Leg of Pine Ridge, S. D. Illinois, died Monday night. Dr. Rose, a member of the Illinois faculty since 1947. had taught earlier at the Michigan College of Mining and Technology, the Uni- Some U. S. surplus wheat has been sold to Yugoslavia for $1.80 a bushel although the government investment in the grain was $3 20 Leer Prayer 14 Harem rooms 6 Lair Large book* Notion Supplies workers 25 Attest 41 Medicinal 26 Tempera plant painting 42 Ages 27 Most violent 43 Italian painter 28 Mexican com 44 Among 29 Region 46 Disturb 31 Herrings 47 Gaseous 33 Savory element 38 Dress 48 Sate 40 Fence steps 50 Knight's title Miserable?" 16 Straightnesa 18 Landed properties 20 Rent Hendrix. if living: tne heirs. i*ga- Edward FINAL REDUCTION! LAST CALL Italian city Legal writ Hendris f he be dead: 21 Abstract bemgn Siebolt: and the uni zz Foems 24 Peel 26 Obstacle Concerning Pythias' pal Melon known hens of Nellie L. C. rover, deceased as her onlv heirs at .aw-, and that the following pel sons and institutions were named as lega-♦ 00c and ripvisees- in the said in 21 Health resort LEGAL Book Business ACTUM* DOWN M*Prfcfel -A — ef 1*1*1" Z I _ H * * I £lg(z Two Cities" ii|£_£i|£-i £|S Individuals Fap"o5I~?iI gjg Who-dunnits o TJ e "~ t o o ' ' 1A U B 61 ELL I I I I _ I IPenney'sI 30 Show strument- John Groj 1 |l [? I |l |g |6 |7 I 18 p IP ID CASH and CARRY ONLY • NYLONS • WOOLS • CHECKS! 32" Roberts" Siebolt Barbara R Lawrence, formeilv Barbara R Siebolt Beacon Lodge Number Three. A F ft AM St Louis Missouri, and Masonic Home. Delmar Bouievard. St Louis. Missouri. Notice is hetebv given to the above named hens beneficiaries and all whom it mav concern that said instiument. wiU be offered for probate and a hearing had on said petition bv said Countv Colrt in the room usuallv occupied by said Court, in the Courthouse, in the Citv of Dixon. Lee Countv. Illinois on the 25th dav of June, A D ' lQ55 at the hour of nine o'clock A M or as soon thereafter as the mattei can be heara. at which time and place vou are heiebv notified to be present, if vou so desne. Dated at Dixon. Illinois. May 24, 1955. „ . . Clerk of the County Court of Lee County. Mav 25, June 1. g, 1B59 PROPOSALS FOR BITT^MlNOrS COAJL ADA'ERTISEMENT Springfield. Illinois April 29. 1955 Sealed bids and proposals will be received m the Division of Pur chases and Supplies, of the De-pal tment of Finance, on Illinois the State Armorv and Office Build- Spnngtieia. Illinois. unui 10:30 a.m DST June 8, 1955, and then and there publiclv opened for furnishing and delivering uie re-mnvpmpnls of the State Charitabls Penal and Reformatory Institu tions, the loutn commission ana the State Armories, for the ensuing year, period ending June 30, 1956. SPECIFICATIONS AND BIDDING BLANKS MAY BE OBTAINED TTPON APPLICATION TO THE DIVISION OF PURCHASES RESERVED TO REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS STATE PURCHASING AGENT. May 14. 16, IT. IS. 19. 20. 21. 23. 24. 25. 1955 NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is heiebv given to all persons fhat Mondav. Julv 4 1955, is the claim date m the estate of Charles Spielman. Deceased, pend- : countv court ot Liee Countv Illinois and that claims tate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Daniel M Spielman, Administrator, rick ft Merrick. Attorneys. Mav 11. 1?. 2x ]Q53 NOTICE OF CTATM DAY Notice is herebv given to all per sons that Mondav. Julv 4. 1955. is the claim date in the estate of GLENN G. BURKET Deceased, pending in the County Court of Lee County. Illinois, and that claims : tiled against tne said es-or before said date without issuance of summons Administrator Elwin S Wadsworth, Attorney Mav 18, 25. June 1. 1955 NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed bids will be received in the office of the Countv Superin tendent of Highways. Court House, Dixon. Illinois on Friday. June 3, : 10 A.M DST and at that time publiclv opened and read for ni Ashton" Two -Sec 102TR— Furnishing onyr Cu. Yds. of Gravel or crushed stone suiface course, Tvpe B (FOB Trucks at Pit or Quarrvi 2. Lee Center Two.-Sec. 103 TR— Complete grading and sur- lacmg l oo miles v.itn approxi-matelv 2547 cu. vris. of gravel or crushed stone surface course. T\pe B. ma banks mav he ohtainerl at the office of the Countv .Sunt nf Highwavs. The Lee Countv Road and Bridge Comm. reserves the right to reiect anv or all bids, or to waive tecnmcanties. Bv ordei of LEE COUNTY ROAD k BRIDGE COMM. Fred Lsake. Jr. Countv Supt. of Highways Mav 25. 27. 3 955 NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed bids will be received in the Office of the County Superintendent of Highway?, Court House. Dixon. Illinois, on Fridav. June 3, 1955 at 10 A M. D S T and at that time publiclv opened and read. Bid? to oe received on the following Countv Aid Bridges: 1 Alto Twp -Sec 104 BTR-A 3 span continuous R.C. Slab Bridge on R. C. Piles. 2. Brooklvn Twp — Sec. 104 BTR A 2 span continuous R C. Slab Bridge on R. C. Piles wi'h necessary approach improvements 3 Nachusa Twp -.Sec 302 BTR A 3 span continuous R. C. Slab Bridge on R. C. Pile Bents with necessary approach imp rove-ments and channel relocation. Bid blanks mav be ohtaireri at the office of the' Countv Superintendent of Highways. A"?5 deposit for bid blanks: said deposit, to be refunded onlv to actual bidders and provided that plans are returned within 10 days after the letting date. The Lee"ConntvPoarf ft Bridge Committee reserves the rigi.u io rejec. any or ai Dids, or to waive technicalities. Bv order of LEE COUNTY ROAD & BRIDGE COMM. Fred Leake. Jr. Countv Supt of Highwavs Mav 25. 27 ]j>55 NOTICE OF CLAIM IMV Notice is hereby given to all persons that Mondav. Julv 4. 1955 is the claim date in the estate of Frank P. Oberg. Deceased, pending the County Court of Lee County. Illinois, and that claims mav be filed against said estate on or before said date without issuance . . Ro5e Oberg. Executor J. Richard Keller Attorney. May 25. June 1, 8, 195a NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER: IRCHS

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