Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 28, 1941 · Page 12
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Sterling, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 28, 1941
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Pnere STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Tuesday, October 28. 19j Farm Lands - Homes - Lots, The Best Buys-Always Listed In The Want-Ads] Want-Ad Rates And Information Phon* Main 42 Thr*« Trunk Line* Asfc for "Ad-Taker 1 " CASH RATES Se per word—1st day Zc p«r word—2nd day le p*r word—3rd and «*ch faceting day. Carrying char**—lc per word additional If not paid within five dayi of expiration date Used Trucks '2 TON FORD V-R trurk. A-l cunciitlnn. pastel snfcty test. For rale cheap. 1717 Fightppnfh Ave. Phone 1454-W. SEVERAL good u^d hearses Mutable for truck* Furrk'a To. Rock Falls ! GOOD M. T. farm trurk with ! qram box, A-l conrliMon. 801 E. !Second fit Phone 1534-.T Automotive Livtstock PUREBRED Spotted P o 1 » n r boars, one Berkshire boar, goor qualit v. David Pilgrim, Mtlledg* viile. R 1. 555-L. HAMPSHIRE stock hog* from prize winning stork. eligible fo registry. Ransom Fpert and Sons Tampico PUREBRED Duroc boar*, grow thy, easy feeding type. Burr Mer rill, five miles east of Lyndon Route 2 Minimum chargt 15 words Blind Ads 25 cents additions! Tht OazetU will not b« responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion of any advertisement. FORMS CLQSR-AT 11 A, M. Cardi of Thank*, Furniture for Sale, Wanted to Rent and Situations Wanted advertisement* are payable In advance. Announcemtntt YOU ARE Invited to visit Lee's handcraft exhibit, 611 First Ave.. Rock Falls. Large display of rugs on hand. Any color rug made to order. Christmas orders taken now. Open dally except Saturday. Free Magic Circus At the Coliseum, Wednesday, Oct. 29. 7:30. Also sound film "Making Cows Pay." Sponsored by Sunshine Feed Store. FREE WALTHAM pens given daily at Grove's Service Station, Seventh Ave. and W. Second St., Rock Falls. C«fd of Thanks DEVINE—We wish to thank all of pur kind friends and neighbor! for their many kind expressions of sympathy and condolence during our recent bereavement. Mrs. John Devine and family. Personals Close Out On Car Healers Ford. Chevrolet, Plymouth, manifold tvpe, $595 values 9Rc. Win-, , ter fronts. Ford. Chevrolet, Ply- 1 "* bnp ' r * for ' n!e mouth, Dodge, etc. $125 value 49c. While they last. Gamble Store. ""TRUCK OWNERS'" Have your trurk tested on our Class A testing lane. Vanetti's, N. Locust 8t. WHEEL alignment, free checkup, free estimate. Complete Bear tys- tem. Bob Browning. Dunnebeck Chevrolet Garage. HOUSE TRA1LER7 for gale. South end of Woodlawn Trailer Camp. Business Service _ ^ - w - ifX - tv^V^^*'NXXJ-»-^»^*-^^N^N.^^-W^XX^^- POWER EXCAVATING Building sand, gravel, driveway gravel, cinders, dirt of all kinds THOS McCUE PUREBRED Duroc boars, goo feeding type, cholera Immune Frank H. Rritzel. Freeport roac PUREBRED Spotted Poland Chi Lloyd Vetter Tampico Route 2. Thoma* phone DUROC boars, eligible to regls ter. They are extra good. H. W Clark, 1'j miles from Fenton. $5~$15 PAID for live, sick or dis a bled cows Call Scott Baft TV Electrical Service, phona 503. PUREBRED Spotted Poland boars, cholera immune. Rober Baker. Erie. Phone Erie 25R4. Phone 970-2 W Llncolnway FOR COMPLETE plumbing and heating service, phone 246. Twin City Plumbing and Heating 8er vice, Rock Falls. FOR COMMERCIAL and air-con ditlonlng estimates and service Mac's Refrigeration Phone 1098 DELIVERY service, light dray and rubbish hauled Frank L Schrader. Smoke Shop Call 081 AUTOMATIC HEATINGAN REFRIGERATION SERVICE AHRENS' SERVICE CALL 1711 CEMENT mixers for rent. Rub ber tired wheefoarrows included John Frey, 704 W Seventh St. HOME DEFENSE RIGHT NOW thoa« two words art very popular, but to us they are not at all new. OUR CASH LOANS have been uied to defend inany homes against tha worry of unpaid bllli, needed operations, home repairs and many other rea- aonf. WB LOAN $25.00 to $300.00 on SIGNATURE ONLY. No mort- —ftf•• -or-other- tecurity.-Repay- to «uit your Income or take as long M 18 monthi. Ail confidential of course. Community Loan Co. KB Lawrence Bldg. Phone 646 ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS A Free Gift FROM YOUR BENDIX DEALER We have a free gift for all Bendix Home Laundry owners. Please call at atote_and_re.ceive_yQur_.lree gift. IfERVYN H. REKD 3 W. THIRD FULLER BRUSH SPECIAL Five gallon Ful lustre rubless floor .wax, $12. Gallon $2.85. James Carenen, Rock Falls. Phone 2076. PRZNCK Castle's creamy malted milk In refreshing flavors, One In a Million, ISc. EXPERT RADIO repairing, electrical wiring.'Earl McNeil Electric Service. Phone 111. Help Wanted > - *N^NX^-^SXN^V^Vrf-S^S^V-~rrs - l« fc X^XN. _ _ _ WE HAVE opening for energetic sales mindeb service manager for large tire store and super service station. Must be able to handle and enthuse 10 men under him. Previous experience in car agency or similar position essential. Good pay, steady work and possibilities for promottlon to more responsible and remunerative positions. Apply by let- Aer giving age, .education, previous experience and references Box 1034, care Gazette. WANTED — Snappy, young anc reliable man to take charge of filling station part of large super service station. Must be aggressive and have sales ability. Right salary for the right party anc lots of opportunity for rapid advancement. Replies should^give age, experience, schooling anc references. Box 893, care of this paperr Used Cora Guaranteed OK Used Cars DUNNEBECK CHEVROLET CO 5M Locust St. LARGE super service station has opening for an experienced battery-ignition man. There are plenty of chances for advancement and the Job Is permanent and pays good wages. Please give age, previous experience and references in your reply, care Box BH, care of this paper. MIDDLEAGED lady wants housework or companion, free to travel, best of references. Write 432 Gazette. ixiPERIENCErJ~GIRL for "soda fountain and light lunch. Apply Sugar Bowl, 202 East Third St. wanted, stay Walnut. HOUSEKEEPER Route 2. Phone 3144. WAITER wanted at once. Apply Chappie's Lunch, 203 Ave. B. 1840 8TUDEBAKER Champion sedan, radio and heater, only 16,000 miles. 1939 BUICK coach. 1938 CHEVROLET coach. 1816 PLYMOUTH coach. Many others. Easy terms. SMITH MOTOR BALES Rock Falls 1935 Plymouth 4-DOOR :.U38 Plymouth 4-DOOR Weaver Motor Sales 1-8 W, Fifth St. Best Garage 1937 FORD 2-DOOR Reconditioned JtAJLDEMAN MOTOR CO. - • ;i207 East Fourth St. 1941 DODGE 2-door. low mileage, white wall tires, fully equipped, radio, heater. Rubin's, Rock Falls. Jokerst Motor Sales DE SOTO * PLYMOUTH DIAMOND T Business Offers NG^TAWdNr^doing business, for sale. Write 492, care Gazette. Financial MORE CARS on streets, more bumps in fenders. Trained auto body-fender men needed. Average pay over $35 weekly. Chance for own business. Learn easily, spare time. Write for facts. Utili^ ties' Institute, care Gazette. Livestock $3.00 TO $?oTpAJT)7o7 dead cattle and horses (exact price de pending on size and condition). We also pay for dead hogs. Rock River Rendering Works, Sterling, III Phone charges. Main 462. Reverse CADILLAC—PACKARD Q it C truck* J H CortMtt. 401 K Fhirtl 8i Phone 1M7 CASH PAID for dead animals, horses, cattle and hogs We pay phone call*. Reverse charges. Phone 1424. Sterling Render! u.'! Work* J. A Shepard FULL-BLOODED Hampshire boars, phone Tampico 103R2. Also full-blooded Aberdeen Angus bulls, phone Tampico 101R4. • J. W. McDonald CHESTER White btrars, one black Poland China fall yearling boar, cholera immune. Phone 83W4 YCMIB OLDAWGBILE D£A1£R | Polo. Guy A. Rogers. Poultry NOTICE TO^POULTRY RAISER W« are not affiliated with th Iowa men who are culling chick en* at night and selling remedies Prophetstown Hatchery.' 21^ BREEDER mash, $3.15 cwt. 327s Poultry Supplement, $3.25 cwt.; Egg mash. $2.45 cwt.; 32% Dairy. $2.65 cwt. McCarthy Feed Co., Rock Falls. ECONOMY six sowTndlridlvid ual hog houses and hen houses H. C. Schuneman, 305 Ave. D Phone 741. FEEDS, remedies, poultry tup- plies and flock service. Chapin's Hatchery, Tampico. BREEDING White Rock and Leghorn cockerels for sale. Rev. C W. Marlow, Coleta. 'so WHITE" ROCK "PULLETS" Phone 1711-R Mtrchondii* ^WSrf^^N^Srfi^XX^N^S^^XXXX^W^X* JOHN DEERE 2-row pull-type picker; one used elevator; use( Silver King tractor; used cook stoves. Tampico Hardware anc Implement Co. Notice Farmers! SAVE MONEY AT Reed's Farm Supply N. Locust St. Phone 414 COBS FEEfohaullng. Shelling Wednesday afternoon. Pau Glese, one mile east of Van Patten. New Idea Parts Good line of New Idea picker parta_at Mylln's, 221 East Third Form Products 'N^^^^x^^^^s^/x^^v^^w^s'Sirx^x^* 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 jrtm..haven't_gLv_en_u_s_a_trjal.j'et Our motto Is satisfaction or your money refunded. Hi-Way Gardens East Llncolnway Fresh Bulk Supply Corn, rye and graham flour. Warners Phone 81 POTATOES, 75c bag. Bring your own bag. 605 Grace Ave. arid Prophetstown road, Rock Falls, SECOND and third cutting alfalfa, baled and delivered. Harve Plock. Chadwick. Phone 35H. APPLE JUICE Mile east Gap Grove, U. 8. 330 Lawton Orchard CORNFED beef sale. Fed six months. Leonard ledgeville phone. Hodge, Mil- Heckler, Cemetery road, Rock Falls. QUARTER BEEF FOR SALE J. C. Becker. Phone 1773-R or 424 Household Goods 'Nrf^N^s* 1 St^»>^SX«W^^V^V^N^N Stoves! NEW COLEMAN OIL BURNER HEATROLAS, ONLY $39.95 Used, oil burners, heating stoves, iieatrolas, oil heaters, electric heaters, laundry and cook stoves, gas plates, stove pipe, furnace 3ipe, dampers, generators, wicks, sarts and service. TERMS AT PRESCOTT'S 102 W, Third St. Phone 21 Priced To Move Used washers, $6.50 up; radios, 12.95 up; cooking stoves, $5 up. Grab these bargains. Also good used oil burning coal and wood circulating heaters at attractive prices. Gamble Store. HEATING STOVE, laundry stove, ombination cook stove, 3-burn- r oil stove, oil heater, electric )late, dirt slip, sweet potatoes, wis Fisher, Smith Court; Rock Falls. Across tracks from Mcarthy Feed Store. KIRSC11 Venetian blinds iorper^ ect light control. Wood or flexible metal slats. Choice of tape or &lat colors. Priced from 40e aq. t Phone 33$ for estimates. . 6IEGMAM FURNITURI CO. WANT Rooms To floor and entrance, insulated building. cio c .«> in. adults Immediate possession. Call MODERN three room furnished first floor apartment, private bath brick only. 272. Blum Apartment* LADY wanted to share downstairs Apartment, bedroom sep- aiate. B<mrd nr light housekeeping privileges. 411 Ave C. THREE ROOM modern apartment, downtown. Possession Nov 1st. Adults only. L. E. Long, 1305 Sixth Ave. THREE ROOM apartment for light houspkprping. everything furnished. 201 Dlxon Ave., Rock Falls. Property To Rent STRICTLY modern, newly der- Seile—Real Estate FOUR ROOM hunpalow. rirxe lr orated fire room first floor apart- j $12 .sn; four room bungalow. TWO furnished rooms in modern home, stoker heat, private entrance, close in. 602 Third Ave We have annwers to the following Blind Want Ads: 333, Roofers, 432, N. S., Beautician, 499, 438 APARTMENT, two rooms, kitchen, bath. Front, rear entrance, garage. Modern. 408 First Ave. FIVE ROOM modern flat for rent. Inquire 410 Seventh Ave., Rock Falls. Household Goods CROSLEY waHher, A-l mechanically, white porcelain tubs, balloon rolls. Used only a short time. Only $29.95 Sears, Roebuck & Co. HEATROLAS, circulating heaters, oil burning heaters, other merchandise. Phone 1502-J. 1906 E. Fifth St. GALE ELECTRIC refrigerator; brown winter coat; Homer 12 bass accordion. 406>/ 2 W. Sixth. Phone 608-M. ONE USED Kroehler mohair living room suite, sold originally for $119. Now you can buy it for $48.88. Sears, Roebuck & Co. COMBiNATf6N~coal and~gas range, good condition. Henry Brackman, Va mile north of stadium, Fourth Ave. SEE US for new and used oil heaters. Priced right. Terms and trades. Vanetti's, N. Locust St. Phone 386. 27x54 SCATTER rugs. Discontinued patterns. $2.95 and $3.95. Dunbar Furniture So., 311 First Ave. Used Singer sewlifg machines. Terms. Repair all makes. Moore's, 1815 Locust. Call 1411-W HEATING STOVE, 18 inch fire- Store Specials SX^^N^*^>^*^-^^XJ»S-»^.XX*—'^•"O'N^'W^' Guns, Rifles And Ammunition Used Remington automatic 12 gauge shotgun with rib barrel; used Remington automatic shotgun with plain barrel; new Stevens 410-22s; new Stevens ove and under 410s; new Iver John son single barrel 410s; Winches ter and Remington rifles, duel calls, recoil pads, Victor gam traps, Super-X and Klean Bor ammunition. HUNTING LICENSES TERMS AT PRESCOTT'S 102 W. Third St. Phone 2 modern sleeping In, desirable. 311 TWO WARM rooms, close Fifth Ave. WARM, comfortable sleeping room, close in. Write P, care Ga ?,ette. CLOSE IN, comfortable sleepin room, board optional. 411 Ave. C ment in new building ter. janitor service furnished < Ef ,; nw , nf . ar Mrmii srh fiperrmi apartment buiidine, 20fi. four rnnm buneakuv W. Fifth St.. Rtorling. Inquire 511 ; arrrs ,,f j nnf > $4.^00 m W. Thirteenth St.. Sterling. Call : rrv , m bmmnh.w. corner 7f)5 - _ 'street. $53(10. .MX HK FIVE ROOM modern h^i=p. 305 . Fi:?t Ave . $P5fm Thirteenth Ave. Call at 1101 palow. U acre Fifth Ave. Phone 1646-M evenings. SMALL seven room home, all modern, close in Reference re- quirecL Call at 502 Fifth Ave. FIVE ACRES land, house, outbuildings. In Como Immediate possession. Phone 1686-J. NEW five room all modern bungalow, partly furnished or unfurnished. Phone 1315. extra lots. $2500, four room bun-l -:]. $2250; and 5>*| r lrrn'? •it, pave mm hon f n 'n rc* M m J of land, Shor*| Acres. S1ROO HUMPHREY S AGENCY Rrw-k Falh Phone 1 GOOD MODERN six room home, rent very reasonable. Inquire H. J. Folker's office. Wearing Apparel ^VN^V'W'V^Xrf-Nrf'NX'V^i^Xrf'N^WN^^N^'Vy^fcXVN* 1 *^^,*^^ GENTLEMAN'S black Alpagora overcoat, size 38; gentleman' blue chinchilla overcoat, size 44 gentleman's blue serge suite, two pair trousers, size 38; lady' brown cloth coat wtih fur collar size 42; lady's oxford gray Roth' moor sport coat, size 38; lady's navy two piece suit, size 40: boy's brown plaid sport coat, size 16 All In good condition and reasonable. Also student's knee hole desk. 611 Va First Ave. or phone 569-W. LADY'S COAT for sale, size 15 wine color with gray squirrel col- pot . burn^oal. jfood._etc. JOftii. Jarrsat i n lining.-good condition W. Second St.. Rock Falls. _ j $12 pall after | :1B5 p m Mrs E CIRCULATING Heatrola for sale. J. McAllister, 403 Va Second Ave. large size, in good condition. Rea- phone 80. sonable. 403 Broadway. MONOGRAM cookstove, A-l condition, $20. A. E. Flock, Route 4. County 963-2. USED ESTATE heatrolas, good condition-Hurdle Hardwa re Rock Falls, NORGE ELECTRIC refrigerator. small 4 cu. ft. size. Inquire First Ave. 703 Mu$icol — Radios '^•'•^"^•''••^•••^•w-^^vxxNrf-s*^^ lOc lOc lOc Is all It costs to have your favorite popular recording Come in today NORTHWESTERN MUSIC CO. 120 W. Third St. USED RADIO $5 PIANO BOXES ENGEL'S MUSIC STORE 1210 E. FOURTH ST. . Stort Specials Salle models. Buy now for Christmas on lay- away plan. Wide range of prices. Ohnen & King 408 East Third St. Window Glass Set free Bring In frame Sterling Home Improvement Co. 410 E. Third St. Phone 625 TAILOR made suits, topcoats and overcoats, latest styles, fabrics Frank the Tailor, Hotel Gait. GET YOUR customed tailored suit or topcoat now. Don't wait Paul Sonneman, Phone 938— FUR COAT, in good condition size 18, very reasonable. Inquire 1308 Locust St. MAN'S heavy overcoat, size like new, $10. 841 Third Ave. 40 Wont«d To Buy ^^XXVSX>^S a 'NX%^VV>^»N<'NXN**^ < w'X/^<'' FOUR TO -SIX foot showcase wanted. State fully condition and price. Write VN, Gazette., TWIN BABY buggy, good condition, reasonable. Mr. Wolf. Phone 1215. Rooms To Rent fWVWWWVW^^^WWWi TWO furnished rooms for light housekeeping; also one furnished room for light housekeeping. Reference required. No children. 208 E. Fifth St. TWO furnished light housekeeping rooms, ground floor, private entrance, sink, laundry privileges. 102 Twelfth Ave.. Rock Fails. THREE furnished light house^ keeping rooms; heat, light, gas, hot water furnished; private entrance. 318 W. Third St. The Evening Argument Aunt Her Poor Pa BY CLAUD! OALLAN "It may not be wise now; but f it hadn't been for instalment buying, me an' Pa would still b* aleeping on corn-shuck mat- "I thought that pretty girl was itiiinirin' me, but she goes with our son Joe an' she was Just lookin' at his old necktie that ah* gave him," Property To R«nt W^J^^^J^^^^^Sj^^^W^X^^^rf^^^-W^^V^^rf^^N^^J^^^U-w^^^ SIX ROOM home, Second Ave $40; nine room brick home, oi heat. $50; six room home. Ave D, $20; seven room residence close In, $35; 10 room home, Idea for roomers, $40; six room cot tage, Wallace St., $30; five room modern bungalow, close In, $35 two flats over business district front $18. rear $15. GAULRAPP & FLOCK SEVEN ROOM brick home on N Locust St., modern in every re spect, $55 per month. Five room furnished apartment, east o Broadway, $35 per month. Hal of double house in good resldcn tial district, close In, $40 pe month. Otto F. Castendyck, 41 Central Trust Bldg. Phone 191. FIVE ROOM~house~408 Nine" teenth Ave., $20, possession Nov 1st; also two unfurnished rooms reasonable. Inquire 1010 Fourth Ave. before 8:30 p. m. Defense Priorities Prompt Reduction In'Frills/Models NEW YORK — (Special) - Look carefully at merchandise in showrooms and on store counter*. You should begin to notice shortly that fancy, useless gadgets are being eliminated. Watch particularly such things as chromium brightwork on automobiles. Bee if fche amount of such decorative work doesn't decline before-the-model ^year-is over.— You may also notice shortly that your choice of models in many article*- has- been-sharply curtailed. -You should see this plainly when the new refrigerator models come out around the first of the year. One big automobile manufacturer Is reducing the number of his household models from 10 to 8. Other makers are reported planning similar cuts. Industry has a name for this >henomenon. It's called simplification. . It is the most important trend n industry today, a big basic groundswcll destined to affect one civilian Industry after another. Individual companies are adopting linpllflcatlon on their own hook; OPM is plugging for it on an in- dustrywide basis, it saves materials, abor and machinery. It cuts costs and is made to order for the present emergency. Trend FMIIMI In Many Lin***' You'll see thef trend cropplng~irp~in~ many fields. A woolen manufacturer has cut hi* ine of clothe from 20 to « and has drastically reduced the number of patterns offered. "Why wast<j time and money making 20 cloths," he asks, "when I have more orders than can possibly handle for only six abrlci?" _ An electric appliance maker is planning to cut his new line to^wo lectrlc Iron models instead of five. Why make five models," he cays, 'when I can't get heating wire nough to All the demand for two?" The fewer the models, the less the manufacturing cost, so most com- >RrUe4i are cutting down wherever they can do so without hurting their •ompetltive position. The effects of this type of simplification—undertaken by Individual nanufacturera on! their own inltia- ive—are already noticeable. Simplification of products and'elimina- ion of models by agreement between ompeting firms within various industries, however, is sUll moving Jowly. . ,..' and Mare Spending Might-have-beens: What a spot or a business recession! Manufacturers' and merchants' in- entories art at record high levels. Consumers are heavily in debt to finance companies for tremendous mi-chase* of automobiles, reirigera- ora, stoves, etc. They will be some ime paying their way out of debt. New employment is slowing down. 'h*t means new customers aren't xuntag in ttoe door 1 every day. dose to all .useful workers are already employed, experts say. New auto sale* artn't going too ell. In normal time*, these straws in tbe wind auga* new a rtcaatioa, EIGHT ROOM modern home Northwest Sterling. Inquire 310 Seventh Ave. HALF of double modern, $1250 per Thirteenth Ave. SMALL seven room house. C. E. McKenzle, Tampico. Phone Tampico 12&R3. 612 Mortgogt Loons Improved farm and city real estate— for 4!z%. Gaulrapp and Floc.k. Sale—Real Estate >^NiSS**^SX^f>*X<0'Vi»S^S>' ORENNAN'S INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 302 CENTRAL TRUST BLDO. 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. THREE MILES northeast ofster' ling we have a 100 acre farm. Well improved. Can sell. Worth NEW four room house. heal, gnraue, In; 10(1x141, $2500.: SEVEN nvtm house In Rork Fall? double garage, paved stree 90x175. This house is a gain at $3500. F. L. Pitney Bill Pitney Chuck Sprinkle Room 205 Lawrence BldeJ TWO four room partly moder homes, one acre of grour $2500 and $3000. THREE ROOM partly model $2100. FOUR ROOM modern. $3800. FIVE ROOM modern. $3500. JFOUR room partly modern, $2C I. B. SNAVELY Lawrence Bit IN BUYING "real estate"'~ins on an abstract made by us. accept any other. Better be salt than sorry. H. B. Wilkinson Morrison. FIVE ROOM modern bungalow^ 1406 Second Ave.. $300 down, ance monthly. Immediate posses sion. Call 1211 First Ave. MODERN five room home floors, fully Insulated. Inquin 1100 West Second St.. Rock the money. See W. and son. Donald. H. Stanley SMALL all modern house, Rock Falls, good location. Must sell for cash. Write 509, care Gazette. The was creepiru? up behind scenes, stage is perfectly set for one. Today, though, little pU defense seems to matter. With spending running at its pre.sent rate, heavy industry, the great victim of every depression.' Is virtually "certain to continue capacity operations, come what may. A serious depression Just doesn't seem possible to many-observers as long as~spending of this size continues. r HOUSE AND LOT north,of GT wold Ave. Inquire Frank Coleta. L«gol Notic* **~?*i^*S*ut EXECUTRIX 1 NOTICE OF PATE Estate of Howard B. Frar deceased. The undersigned having been pointed executrix of the last and testament of Howard B. lln, deceased, hereby gives that Monday, the first day of cembcr. 1941, Is the claim date snld estate, and that all claims be filed against the estate of .said decedent on or before said daE without Issuance of summons. Elsie B. Franklin. Executrix Jacob CanUln, attorney. Oct. U. 21, NLRB Orders 2nd Poll At Swift & Co. Plant WASHINGTON — (AP» — The national labor board yesterday ordered a second election within 30 days among employes of Swift and company, National Cit.vv I!!, to determine a collective bargaining rep- res*ntatlv«. . • The board decided that a previous election, held September 24 at East St. Louis, 111., was Inconclusive. At tha{ tlme 578 ballots were cast for the AFL Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher workmen. 408 for the CIO packing house workers organizing committee, 213 for Swift Em- ployes association, and 106 for none of the three organizations. The AFL union had requested a runoff election between the Amalgamated and the Packing HOUM> Workers Organizing Committee, but he board directed that the workers be given an opportunity In the runoff also to vote for the Swift Em- ployes association. Author of Out of Night' Unhurt in Plane Crash -— <AP> — Jan Valtln, author of "Out of the Night" escaped uninjured early today when i chartered airplane failed to rise because of ice on its body and crashed in a soybean field. Valtln had chartered the ship to take him to Chicago for transfer to in air liner for New York where. he had a speaking engagement today. The ship took off from the small, unlighted airport and rose about 20 eet. It plunged to the ground and truck a fence past. The ship was damaged but the author and pilot were unhurt. Valtin was taken to Chicago by utomobile to catch his eastbound airplane. He ,had spoken here last night in a community lecture course. President Asserts U.S. Is in the War To Stay Until End (Continued from page one) merchantmen and the two attacks on U. 8. destroyers—the successful one on the Greer, and one that damaged the Kearny. ; ing eleven and wounding ten of crew. "We have wished to avoid 1ngr.~he~Ealdv—"But—the^e ,_ has started. And history has recorded who fired the first shot In long run, however, all that ter is who fired the lait shot." Stays on Same Farm As Helper 38 Years DANVILLE, ILL. — (APi—Char- ey Cordffi was 18 years old when he went 1 to work, on Clark Walter's arm near Rankin back in March, 903. He thought Walter was a good boss. And he liked Mrs. Walter's ooking. For 38 consecutive years Charley has been Walter's hired man. Right now there is a shortage of farm la>or, but Cordes isn't going to leave. He feels Just like a member of the amily. Cleaners-Dyers Elect PEORIA. ILL. — (APt — Julius >arueJ was elected president of the Uioois Association of Cleaners and Dyer* yesterday. Harry Nickey, jr, >f Springfield. L*e Whalen, Peoria, and AJ Dana, Rock Island, were hosen vice presidents and Edward )r«en. Jr., La Grange, secretary- Ueuurer. Action* Louder Than Mr. Roosevelt referred in tones to Hitler's frequent protett tlons "that his plans for conqu do not extend across the Atli ocean." "But," he commented, "hU sut marines and raiders prove othc wLse. And so does the entire sign of his world order, "For example, I have in my session a secret map made in many by Hitler's government^—byl the planners of the new world ordir^ It is a map of South America a pan. of Central America, as H proposes to reorganize it. "Today in this area ther« fourteen separate countries. But I geographical experts in Berlin. how« ever, have ruthlessly obliterated existing boundary lines. They nav divided South America into flv« v| sal states, bringing the whole tinent under their domination. "And they have also so arranged! it that the territory ot one of thectl new puppet stales.includes the R*»[ public of Panama and our great llfftj line—Die Panama canal. "This is his plan. It will never into effect. "And tha* map, my friends, mak«s| clear the nazl design not oaiy| against South America but the United States iUelf." Tell. »f Flat on Heiifion The President then turned, to subject of religion. "Your"government has in lu poa-l se.sMon aiiother document made U|l Germany by Hitler's government. I|| is a detailed plan, which, for vious reason*, the nazls did not ai do not wish to publicize Just yet, which they are ready to impw* little later on a dominated world—| if Hitler wins. "It U a plan to abolish all exUt*| ing religions—Catholic. Protest I Mohammedan, Hindu, Buddhist an Jewish alike. The property of churches will be seized by the and its puppeW. The cross and sill other symbols of religion are to ba| forbidden. The clergy are to forever liquidated—silenced umli penalty of the concentration pan "In place of the churches of ouil civilization, there Is to be set up §a| international nazi church—a churt'hl which will be -served by the sent out by the nazi governin«ni,| In the place of the Bible, the worl of Mein Kampf will be Unpo&ed af enforced at holy writ. And in of the crow of Christ «til be puf t< symbols—the swa&uka aud the

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