Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 29, 1941 · Page 12
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Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 29, 1941
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JPagg .Twelve STEELING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Th JL A.JJ Want-Ad Rates And Information A?* Main 4X Trnnk Line* for -Ad-Taker" Us«dl Trucks P» TON FORD V-S truck. A-l ' condition..passed safety test. Fnr 5ale cheap. 1717 Eiehteenth Ave. Phone H54-\V SEVERAL Rood u.^d hearses suit- nbif for trucks. Furfka Co., Rock Fails Poultry CASH RATES Se per word—l*t day 2« p*T word—2nd day le per ward—3rd mnd emch succeeding day. Carrying ehRrj?*—le per word additional If not paid within days of expiration- date. Minimum charge 15 words Blind Ads 35 cents additional The Gazette will not b« responsible for mor« than one Incorrect insertion of any advertisement. FORMS CLOSE AT 11 A. M.^ Card* of Thank*. Furniture for 8*1*. Wanted to Rent and Situation! Wanted advertisement* are payable in advance. Automotive Close Out On Car Heaters Ford, Chrvrnlet. Plymouth, manifold type. $") 95 values PSr. Winter fronts. Ford. Chrvrnirt. Plymouth. Dodtje, etc, $1.25 value 49c. While thry last. Gamble Storp. ~ TRUCKfOWNERS"" Have your truck tested on our Class A testing lane. Vanetti's, N. Locust St. WHEEL alignment, free checkup. fre« estimate. Complete Bear system. Bob Browning, Dunnebeck Chevrolet Garage. HOUSE TRAILEFf for saleTSouth pnd of Woodlawn Trailer Camp 21"-- BREEDER mash, $3 IS 32% Poultry Supplement, $3.25 c*.'t ; ECK mash, $2.45 r.wt.: 32~ Dairy. $2.65 rwt. McCarthy Feed Co.. Rock Falls. FEEDS, remedies, poultry mp- plles and flock jmrrlcft. Ch»pln's Hatchery. Tamplco. SO WHITE ROCK PULLETS Phone 1711-R Announcements Lee's handcraft exhibit, 811 First Ave. Rock Falls. Large display of rugs on hand. Any color rug made to order. Christmas orders taken now. Open daily except Saturday Free Magic Circus At the Coliseum; Wednesday. Oct 29. 7:30. Also sound film "Making Cows Pay." Sponsored 1 Sunshine Feed Store. FREE WALTHAM pens given daily at Grove's Service Station, Seventh Ave. and W. Second St.. Rock Falls. Personals •^W^^^^^V^^*^*^^"*^* HOME DEFENSE RIGHT NOW those two words arc very popular, but to us they are not at all new. OUR CASH LOANS have been used to defend many homes •gainst the worry of unpaid bllii, needed operations, home repair! and many other reasons. WE LOAN $25.00 to $300.00 on SIGNATURE ONLY. No mortgages or other security. Repay to suit your Income or take as long as 18 months. All confidential of course. Community Loan-Co. 203 Lawrence Bldg. Phone 64(1 ESTABLISHED 35 TEARS A Free Gift FROM YOUR BENDDC DEALER We hare a free gift for all Bendlx Laundry—owners. Please call a* store and receive your free Hit. MERVYN H. REED 3 W. THIRD FULLER BRUSH SPECIAL Five gallon Fullustre ru bless floor wax, $12. Gallon $2.85. James Carenen, Rock Falls. Phone 2076. BEST IN machine or machlneless permanent waving, $2 up. R. C. Hoffman Beauty Shop. Helen Mayo, beautician. Phone 632. THREE FULLER tooth brushes. choice of tooth paste or tooth powder, We. Frank Whipple. Call TO2. Business Service ,**N*'S.^*'«»^i*W 1 V*N^^^W«»^H^X*'>X > Vi»l POWER EXCAVATING Building sand, 'gravel, driveway travel, cinders, dirt of all kinds THOS. McCTJE Phone 970-2 W Lincolnway FOR COMPLETE plumbing and heating service, phone 246. Twin City Plumblnjz and Heating Service, Rock Falls. FOR COMMERCIAL and air-conditioning estimates and service. Mac's* Refrigeration Phone 1098 DELIVERY eenrlce. light dray and rubbish hauled. Frank L. Schrader. Smoke Shop. Call 681 AUTOMATIC HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE AHREN8' SERVICE CALL 1718 CEMENT mixers for rent. Rubber tired wheelbarrows included John Frey. 704 W Seventh St. EXPERT RADIO repairing, electrical wiring. Earl McNeil Electric Service. Phone 111. HARRY DUUCK, landscaping. Route 4, Sterling. Phone County 918-4 evenings. Merchandise Adding Machines, Typewriters, Etc. Remington portable typewriter, like new; Remington noiseless typewriter. L C. Smith, Underwood and Monarch standard typewriters, adding machines, Monroe electric calculating machines, filing cabinets, office desks and chairs and National cash registers. TERMS AT PRESCOTT'S 102 W. Third St. Phone 21 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 Mylln's. 221 East Third. We have antwer* to the following Blind Want Adn: 333, 432, AB, Roofer§, $09, 499. Beautician, 438 Farm Products •^xx^v^^^^^^^K^s^^^^^h^v^s^S^^^ 1 ^^* COME AND GET TM 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 yet. Our motto is satisfaction or your money refunded. Hf-Way Gardens East Lincolnway Household Goods CIRCULATING Heatrola for sale. Rooms To Rent ,»«^v^^^s*'»^s»'^*i*^v*'»*'«M'N.r»>^%^^> MODERN three room furnished large size, in good condition. Rea- ; first sonable. 403 Broadway. MONOGRAM cookstove. A-l condition, $20. A. E. Flock, Route 4, County 963-2. USED ESTATE heatrolas, good condition. HuTdle H a r d w a re . Rock Falls. NORGE ELECTRIC refrigerator, small 4 cu. ft. size. Inquire 703 First Are. Fresh Bulk Supply Corn, rye and graham flour. Warners Phone 81 POTATOES. 75c bag. Bring your own bag. 605 Grace Ave. and Prophetstown road, Rock Falls. SECOND and third cutting alfalfa, baled and delivered. Harvt Flock, Chadwick. Phone 35H. BOY de livery work. Reply stating age phone number. Box 89, care Ga zette. EXPERIENCED GIRL for soda fountain and light lunch. Appl Sugar Bowl. 202 East Third St. GIRL wanted for telephone work between age of 22-32. Appl; RoomT, Randolph Hotel. HOUSEKEEPER wanted, staj nights. Chris Anderson, Walnui Route 2. Phone 3144. MAN or woman with car for Ugh delivery work. Apply Room 7 Randolph Hotel. WAITER wanted a^ once. Apply Chappie's Lunch; 203 Ave. B. Business Offers business, for sale. Write 462, care Gazette. Livestock PRINCE Castle'• creamy malted milk in refreshing flavors. One in a Million, 13c. Us«d Cars Guaranteed OK Used Cars CHEVROLET CO 1S4S 8TUD1BAKER Champion attfan, radio and heater, only IIMO sailM. IMS aUnCK coach. 1SU CHEVROLET coach. ISM PLYMOUTH coach. Many others. Easy terms. flMTTH MOTOR SALES '•' Rock Palls 1936 Plymouth 4-DOOR 1938 Plymouth 4-DOOR Weaver Motor Sales §-* W. Filth St. Beat Oarage 1817 FORD J-DOOR Reconditioned HALDKMAN MOTOR CO. 110T Ea* Fourth St. 1S41 DODGE 1-door. low mlle- at*, wfaitowail tiret, fully squJp- Md. radio, heater. Rubin's, Rock Paili. Joktrst Motor Sales D« 80TO * PLYMOUTH DIAMOND T TRUCKS CAUiLLAC-PACKARD OMC trorJa J B Corbttt 441 j rhiro st phuo> nun W. ilcDonald DEALER Urn '!«** A-l condition «01 E. St. fftoent ' $2.00 TO dead cattle and horses (exact price depending on size and condition) We also pay for dead hogs Rock River Rendering Worts, Sterling 111 Phone charges Main 462, Reverw CASH PAID for dead animals home, cattle and hot*. We pay phone eaila Revere* ehargee Phase 1424. Sterling Renderm?* Works. J A Shepard FULL-BLOODED Hampshire boars, phone Tamplco 10SR2. Also full-blooded Aberdeen Angus bulls, phone Tampico 101R4 CHESTER White boars, one black Poland China fall yearling boar cholera immune. Phone 33W4 Polo. Guy A. Rogers. PUREBRED Spotted Poland boars, one Berkshire boar, good quality. David Pilgrim, Mllledge- vijle, R. 1. 555-L. PUREBRED Duroc boars, grow- thy, easy feeding type. Burr Merrill, five miles east of Lyndon, Route 2. PUREBRED Duroc boars, good feeding type, cholera immune. Frank H. Reitzel, Freeport road. PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars for sale! Lloyd Vetter, Tampico Route 2. Thomas phone. DUROC boars, eligible to register. They are extra good. H. W. Clark, IV? miles from Fen ton. 16-115 PAID for live, sick or disabled cows Call Scott Bait'TV & Deetrteal Service, phone 901 KE^RJ^'spoited^'p oTa n d boars, cholera immune. Robert Baker. Erie. Phone Erie 25R4. Poultry NOTICE TtTpoltt/rRY RAISERS We are not affiliateC with the Iowa men who are culling chickens at night and selling remedies. Propheutown Hatchery. ECONOMY six «,» and individual hcif houses and hen houses, H C Bchunemao, 304 Ave. I>. APPLE JUICE Mile ea^t Gap Grove, U. 8. 3SO Lawton Orchard CORNFED beef sale. Fed six months. Leonard Hodge. Milledgeville phone. PUMPKINS and turnips. Jacob Heckler, Cemetery road. Rock Falls. QUARTER-BEET FOR SALE- J. C. Becker. Phone 1773-R or 424 Household Goods 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 $29.95. Crosley washer, A-l mechanically, white porcelain tubs, balloon rolls, used 'only a short time. Only $29.95. Sears, Roebuck & Co. Musical — Radios bath brick floor apartment, private and entrance, insulated building, close in, adults only. Immediate possession. Call 272. Blum Apartments. 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 Falls, LISTEN to the new 1942 model RCA Victors. Combinations, record play- j ers, portables .table models, consoles, tubes, parts and service. TERMS AT PRESCOTT'S 102 W. Third St. Phone 21 LADY wanted to share downstairs apartment, bedroom separate. Board or light housekeep, 411 Ave. C. lOc lOc lOc Is all it costs to have your favorite popular recording Come In today NORTHWESTERN MUSIC CO. 120 W. Third St. -• Used piano, $5. Piano boxes. Engel's Music Store 1210 East Fourth St. Store Specials Window Glass Set free. Bring in frame. Sterling Home Improvement Co. 410 E. Third St. Phone 625 Priced To Move Used washers, $8.50 up; radios, $2.95 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. combination cook stove, 3-burner oil stove, oil heater, electric plate, dirt slip, sweet potatoes. Lewis Fisher, Smith Court, Rock Falls. Across tracks from McCarthy Feed Store. Wearing Apparel GENTLEMAN'S black Alpagpra overcoat, size 38; gentleman's blue chinchilla overcoat, size 44; gentleman's blue serge suite, two pair trousers, size 38; lady's brown cloth coat wtih fur collar, size 42; lady's oxford gray Rothmoor sport coat, size 38; lady't navy two piece suit, size 40; boy'i brown plaid sport coat, size 18 Ail in good condition and reasonable. Also student's knee hole desk. 811ft First Ave. or phone Mt-W. FOUR ROOM unfurnished apartment, 1303 W. Sixth St., Rock Falls. Phone 785. Inquire West End grocery. THREE ROOM modern apartment, 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. €02 Third Ave. APARTMENT, two rooms, kitchen T -bath_Eront._rear_ej|trance i garage. Modern. 408 First Ave. TWO ROOM furnished apartment, well heated. Call after 8 evenings. 210 Sixteenth Ave. LARGE sleeping room, bath adjoining, suitable for one or two 704 Locust St. • Pr<sp*fty To Rent SEVEN ROOM brick horns on N. Loeust Rt., modern In every re- spfft. $55 pfr month. Five room furnished apartment, past of Broadway. $35 per month. Half of double house in good residential district, rlo.^ in, S40 prr month. Otto F Castfndyck. 411 Central Trust BldR. Phone 191. STRICTLY modern, newly decorated fire room first floor apart- mpnt in new building. Heat, water. Janitor wrvice furnished Speroni apartment building, 206 W. Fifth St.. Sterling Inquire 511 W. Thirteenth St., Sterling. Cal 795. S«l« —Real Estate MODERN -wren room hnm». b*>d- rr>om downstairs, three upstairs, lavatory rio^'n, hath up. hardwood floors. 7 1 2 ft. basement. large porch, front and side, all in Rood repair, double sarace. large lot. beautiful trees, paved ideal location. Wouid cost riftim "in M Oir C FIVE ROOM moden Thirteenth Ave. Call at Filth Ave. Phone 1946-M nings. , 305 1101 eve- SIX ROOM modern house at 512 Eighth Av. Redecorated throughout. Inquire 309 Seventh Ave. SMALL seven room home, all modern, close In. Reference required. Call at 502 Fifth Ave. SIX ROOM house, gas, lights and furnace. $18.50 month. Inquire 702 Ninth Ave ..Rock Falls. SEVEN ROOMS, modern, with garage, $45, 304 Sixth Ave. See Gouldlng. 15 W. Third St. FIVE ACRES land. nous*, outbuildings. In Como. Immediate possession. Phone 1688-J. GOOD MODERN six room home, rent very reasonable. Inquire H. J. Folker's office. EIGHT ROOM modern home In Northwest Sterling. Inquire 310 Seventh Ave. at SMALL seven room house. Mrs. C. E. McKenzie, Tampico. Phone TampJco 129R3. Wonted To Rent 100 ACRES or more. Have a good line of machniery and livestock. Write Fanner, care Gazette. Sob—R M I Estoto GRENNANT5 INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 302 CENTRAL TRUST BLDG. STERLING — Modern two bed- semi-bungalow, hard- garage, Twelfth room wood floors, Ave., $3500. FOUR ROOM home, toilet, bath. Fifteenth Ave.. $1800. ROCK FALLS—Three room bungalow. with toilet, $2200. MODERN four room bungalow; $2500. COSY This cosy four room bungalow on ts corner lot, paneled rooms »nd desirable location for only $2000. $300 down, balance $20 month. HUMPHREY'S AGENCY Rock Falls Phone 1930 KIRSCH Venetian blinds for perfect light control. Wood or flexible metal slats. Choice of tape or slat colors. Priced from 40c MJ. ft. Phone 3M for estimates. 8IEGMAN FURNITURE CO. THOR washer, Croslev or, Magic Chef gas stove, oak dinette. Zenith radio, walnut desk, lamps, baby bed, innerspring mattress, other furniture. 1208 E. Sixth St. LADY'S COAT for sale, size 15. wine color with gray squirrel collar, satin lining, good condition, $12. Call after 3: IS p. m. Mrs. E. J. McAllister, 403ft Second Ave. phone SO. TAILOR made suits, topcoats and overcoats, latest styles, fabrics. Frank the Tailor. Hotel Gait. GIT YOUR eustomed tailored stilt or topcoat now. Don't wait. Paul Sonneman. Phone <M. MAN'S heavy overcoat, aise 40, like new, $10. $11 Third Ave. FOUR TO SIX foot showcase wants*. Bute fully condition and price. Writ* VN, Oasette. FIVE ROOM modern flat fo rent. Inquire 410 Seventh Ave Rock Falls. TWO WARM modern sleeping rooms, close in, desirable. 31 Fifth Ave. WARM, comfortable sleeping room, close in. Write P, care Ga zette. CLOSE IN, comfortable sleeping room, board optional. 411 Ave. C WELL furnished room In modern home. Close in. 712 Locust St. Property To Rent 8LX ROOM home. Second Ave $40; nine room brick home, oil heat. $50; six room hone, Ave D, $20; seven room residence close in, $35; 10 room home, Ideal for roomers, $40; six room cottage, Wallace St., $30; five room modern bungalow, close in, $35; two flat* over business district front $18. rear $15. OAULRAPP * FLOCK FIVE ROOM house, 408 Nineteenth Ave., $30, possessioq Nor. 1st; also two unfurnished rooms, reasonable. Inquire 1010 Fourth Ave. before, 6:30 p. m. KITCHEN SINK, with good as new. Kitchen cabinet Reasonable for quick sal*. 101 B Ninth St., Rock FSJls. Phone 1211-R. RCNT a vacuum cleaner or sew- ng machine, $2.50 per month. Keep few months and it's yours. Moore's. 1815 Locust. Call 1411-W GALE electric refrigerator, body's brown winter coat, sis* 3$, Boh* ner 12 bass accordion. 40$H W. Sixth St. Phone MI-M. HKATROLA8, circulating hoat- ers. oil burning heaters, other merchandise. IBM I. Fifth •hone 1502-J. The Evening Argument Aunt Net Poor Pa «T CLAUD* OALLAN COMBINATION coal and auge, good condition. Henry Brackman. Vs mils north of stadium, Fourth, Ave. SEE US for and heaters. Priced right. Tent* trades. Vanetti's, N. Locus* 'hone Me 27*M SCATTER rugs, ued patterni. fXJ» Dunbar furniture) So, 111 Ave f«itSB fUnits he's bjras>dminde4: fctt waen he s*jw women have a "Cousin Edith accuses herself of btin' a sinner, but Ma says do this and that, h*( she's not. Ma **y* it is just ail txeepl hie own wo- 1 like all of Edith's psofti* to brag Skidmore Farms Sold By McHenry County For Delinquent Taxes WOODSTOCK. ILL. — <AP> _ The PJneJlTee.faintt_ot William R, Skidmore, named by government prosecutors as "fUer" for Chtea«os Kwubling trade, have been aoid by McHenry county for delinquent rea $9500 to replace it. Priced for quirk sale. $3300. PITTTEY'S REAL ESTATE LAWRENCE BLDG NEW four room house, wen .oil heat. RarBRf,lot 100x141. $2500. SEVEN room house In Rock Fail*. double parade, paved street, lot 90x175. This house is a bargain at $3500. F. L. Pitney Bill Pitney Chuck Sprinkle Room 205 Lawrence BldR. j or F?*Td. -.-r.'T Or: «a'.fi eve TWO four room partly modern homes, one acre of ground. $2500 and $3000. THREE ROOM partly modern, $2100. FOUR ROOM modern. $3800. FIVE ROOM modern, $3500. FOUR room partly modern, $2000. I. B. 8NAVELY Lawrence Bid*. R" F.XECl TOR S o' to afend t)-.«- month of the Cour.Ty Countv. Illino-.t the adtu^mrn? Dated this 34th A. D. 19*1. Anne A A; BrowrCetterneys.' Oct. at, Her. . in th< ONLY EXPERTS can handle your abstract work properly. Have your abstract made by established, responsible abstractors. H. B. Wilkinson Co THREE MILES northeast of Sterling we have a 100 acre farm. Well Improved. Can sell. Worth the money. See W. H. Stanley and son, Donald. FIVE ROOM modern bungalow, 1406 Second Ave., $300 down, balance monthly. Immediate possession. Call 1211 First Ave. SMALL all modern house, Rock Falls, good location. Must sell for cash. Write 509, care Gazette. Notice* NOTICE Or CLAIM DAT Notice is hereby given to all person* that December 1. 1941. is the claim date in the estate of Ella M. Reed, deecased. pending m the County Court of Whiteside County, niinota. and that claims may be filed against the Mid estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Donald Reed, Executor. L L. Weaver, attorney. Oct. 22. 29. Nor. 5 LEGAL NOTICE In the Circuit Wh!te*ide County. October Term, A. D. Frederic D Trier, IndlrtduaHy, | as trustee, Plaintiff, v*. Leonard Oambe*. «t •!„ In Chancery. No. M4S. Notice is Riven of the. pend of the above entitled suit h above entitled court, that the her of the caw U as abort that the name of th* p*rty served by publication Is Camber, and that the date after which default may be against said defendant is If a IS, 1941. Lw R. WhisUarJ Ork of th# Circuit < Whlteside County. Sheldon and Brown, att plaintiff. Oct IS. NOTICE Or CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday. December 1. 1M1. is the claim date in the estate of Gerhard J. Meyer, deceased, pend- in* in the County Court of Whiteside County. Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Minnie Meyer. Administratrix. G. Walter Zerr, attorney. Morrison. Illinois. Oct. 29. Nor; 5, 12 estate taxe*. R. J. Murphy, St. Charles tax buyer, wax the purchaser for $1,309 in unpaid taxes, interest and penalties. Sold was Skidmore'c palatial country home, wooded (rounds, private golf course and aevea dairy farms, totaling 7M acre*. BfcJdmora U at liberty pending appeal from hit conviction on income tax evasion chart**. At his trial the government depicted him u the man to whom gambling interccu paid tribute for iounenlty from ar- reet. Murphy can get titl* to the Skid- mora farms by payment of tax** for two yean, after which Okid hai seven yean in which to' redeem them* • •_ AFL Workers Break Strike of- Shipyards SEATTLE — <AP) — Forming huge flying wedge, American Federation of Labor men led Lake Washington- shipyards workers through a welders' picket line at Houghton Tuesday to reopen the strike-closed plant which employs 1,400 men on S33.StS.SSe worth naval mine layer contracts. Three limes the wedge formed and passed through the picket line. Two fist fights, were stopped by stale patrolmen. An AFL public address system blared to drown the cries of picket* pleading with the saen not to return to work. Tbe yard management and the AFL leaden reported at least S* per cent of the employ** were back on the Job. The AFL leaders also amid increasing numbers were returning to the Seattle plant of the 8ee£Ue- Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp., to the Todd Seattle Dry Docks. Inc., and he Associated Shipbuilders, -all of Harbor Island. They remained opened Monday despite picket line*. Private Survey Boosts teuton Census Figures BKNTON. ILL. — CAP* — U. 3 census bureau figures for 1S*M showing a population of T.4fil for Ben- have bsen cast into the muni- waalctoasfcei here. A private, aurwjr showed the city's j about and the city council simpliij an orainanoe ac- tptinff that figure as official The state hignway wOlbe tkw toch»n«e the pop«l»- snirannsi of UM etty. (itisas City to Stage Test to Show Danger Of Drunken Motorists -KANSAS CITY— (APJ— Wanted: Driven who like to take a snort or two before taking the old bus out. The police department Is going to give them all the whisky they want and start them out in automobiles to LEG All KOTIC1 In the Circuit Whiteskle County. October Term, A. D. The Wynn Company, a tkm. Plaintiff. vs. Sherman A. Chubbard. et fendants. In Chancery. No. 54IB. Notice is given of the of the above entitled suit b above entitled court, that ths ber of the eaaa is as above that the names of the parties served by publication are A. Chubbard. Sherman A. buck. Nelson Mamn. Albert brey. Helen F. Raskins. Presbrey. and Unknown Owners.] that the date on or after default may be entered defendants, and each of November IB. 1S41. Dated. October 14. 1M1. Lee E. Whistler.] Clerk of the Circuit Court < ~Whiteside County, Sheldon and Brown, at plaintiff, Oct. 15. Nokomis4-H Member! Named State Condi For Notional Contest determine just drunk driver is. how dangerous a A synthetic road, complete with curves and markers, will be set up m the American Royal pavilion. Spectators—selected safety engineers, physicians. Judges, highway patrolmen and police officer*—will serve as a board of judges to grade the drivers. At least thirty will be tested in a two-day demonstration November IS and it. Police Chief Harold Anderson said. They will Include some who rarely drink, some who drink occasionally and habitual drinkers. Candidates first will drive the course sober. After a dinner each will receive two ounces of his favorite whisky. Twenty minutes later each must drive 3M feet forward. keep- Ing the left wheels between two lines 12 inches apart, then reverse hack to the starting point. Half an hour later they will receive another two ounces of whisky and each driver must follow a figure e%ht outlined ' y sixteen poles, each bearing a standard highway marker. More whisky and more driving will follow at thirty minute intervals. Tests with the drunkometer. a device used by police to determine whether a driver is intoxicated, will be interspersed with the driving. The object. U. W. Johnson, police •upenntendent of traffic and safety, said, is to prove the efficiency of the drunkometer and to furnish visual evidence of how much alcohol handicaps driving ability. CHAMPAIGN. ILL. — (I Edwin Orlo Ruppert, 11, county 4-H club metuuei komis. today was named state 1 didate for the national contest on the basis of accomplishments in his of 4-H club work. With the honor, bestowed him by Farm Adviser C. 8. Christian county and 4-H dust cialists at the University of college of agriculture, goes a i at national honors: A trophy sented by the President of the ed States, a $300 scholarship free -trip to the national congress m Chicago Nov. 31 In his seven years as a €-• member he has earned S4,7N expenses by farming. 171 placing* in 150 exhibits him a total of SSM in prtse He has raised ISi head of swkasv] head of sheep, a poultry flock" 30J birds. Ill acres of com acres of soybeans. AFL Mine Union Hoi To Resume Pact Tol Ford Co. to Operate Airplane Motor Plant WASHINGTON — <AP>— A contract with the Ford Motor company. Dearborn, Mich., for acquisition of machinery and equipment at & co&t of St.TSSJlS for the manufacture of aircraft engines vas announced by the war deparuoeut Tuesday. The contract mas a lea&e Agreement, under which the Defen&e Hant corporation (RFC) will finance the purchases and retain title to Uae equipment, which will be tea&ed tad operated by Font lease agreement announced was with, the "Woodward Soveraor company. Rockford, I1U I1&2JW for machinery and mem to manufacture aircr»U pro- Teller governor*. SPRINGFIELD. ILL. — <AP)| Negotiations between the sive Mine Workers of America^ the Coal Producers smnrisltssi] Illinois for •' contract covering i 30,000 members of the union resumed here next veek. _ William Keck of the PMWA, yesterday. Keck said he expected Ins two-year contract, to be, to April 1, would call far cresses of from SI to S1.4S a- and contain provisions the** m the new contract Monday in Chicago United Mm* Workers of and the Tllinou Coal bociatton. The Prosre*!Ute union has working under a temporary pending completion U the __ lions for « two-year pact. Thi" pcrary agreement provided a S7 dally wage. Illinois Auto Fotoliti Up 5% in September SPRINGFIKLD. ILL. — Tbe state highway dm&ion r that 'automobile * r ** t dt > nt deal Illirmsi during September Uttal of 2M. an incraue of cent over the 214 death* « ber. 1S*B. Conttnmng iecnuipe m timlfw uioe wa* termed » major \h

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