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FQP* THE DAILY BEGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL., SATURDAY, J A N U A R Y 10, 1948 ·***,,·· »*··· CLASSIFIED ADS Charge Accounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Special Discount for Cash-with-Ordcr Minimum Ad Accepted TWO Lines n.,.. «./«nt Our recent Card of Thanjts inc« in tho rfaath loss in. the death eratelul g and (4) For Sole (Continued) (5-a) Help Wanted (cent.) COMPLETELY 'MODERN HOME, 2 YEAR TYPIST FOR WORK IN stoker, hardwood floors, double i Illinois. Starting wage, 63c hour jgarage, cost $111000, will sell for j while in school; 75c hour after !rf*o enn /"·OL-VI »*».rtv*rtwf co Qfio c*f\ ' in titr^!..*? \Vcstcrn Union Telc- Cash payment $2,862.50, 10 weeks. balance like rent. House empty, graph Office. Positively no phone Sce Lazich and Lazich. 162-2 sympathy and thoughtfulness will always be. remembered. We are also especially grateful to Rev. W. Yf.- Childers for his consoling words, those who sent' flowefs and the Harrisburg funeral home. May God's richest blessings rest upon you all. . 'Grant Martin and children. 163-1 Card of Thanks Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sympathy and help in our necent sorrow of the death of our dear brother, James S. Steele. For the beautiful service, floral offerings and other kindnesses, we are deeply grateful. -'Sisters Younger, Steele." calls. 163-3 NEW DOUBLE TUBS. DOUBLE]MAN AND WIFE WHO WANT drain boards, Koler kitchen sink, | a good home, man to take care of complete with fittings. Tel. 1108W.' stock and general work on stock 162-tf i farm; his wife to do general house- iwork. Good pay, good house to RADIATORS. FOR jtuvjumivtto rv/fl. PRACTICAL-!live in; must be of good character ly all makes cars and trucks. Ex- with references. Apply by letter ide Service. 162-2 or postcard only. Write K. A. N., care Register. 162-2 ONE- WPA TOILET. INQUIRE !at Dixie Grill. 162-2 MONARCH COAL RANGE WITH water front, excellent cond. 109 EXPERIENCED WOMAN FOR general housework. Apply 322 South Main. 156-tf E. Raymond. 163% and Brothers, Stella Seed, Bettie George *163-1 FRIED CHICKEN FOR SUNDAY dinner at Greenlite Cafe. 163-1 '«* NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Estate of Carrie 'Pankey Moore, deceased. ' ' , Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, March 1, *W-. 1848, is the. claim date in the ^ - estate of -Carrie Pankey Moore, de- *·" ceased, pending in the · County Court .of Saline County, Illinois, and (' that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before ."said""date* without issuance of summons. ^ - ' HARRY MOORE, * · · Administrator. LYNNDON M. '.HANCOCK, Attorney. 163-- WE. JBE SPECIAL! WASH JOBS THIS week, $1. Marathon's Service, Cor. S.-Main and Raymond. 159-6 -- (2) 'Business Services COAL AND GENERAL HAUL- Chas. Ewell, Jr. Tel. 782R-2. *161-3 MOVING -- LONG OR SHORT distance. Also, coal hauling. No. 5-Vein lump and stoker coal, oil treated. Harrisburg Transfer Co., TeL 87.- 127-tf VACUUM- CLEANERS ARE OUR only business.- O. R. Buford, City Hall Bldg., Mt Vernon, 111. 132-tf 1946 FORD TUDOR SUPER DE- luxe, radio, heater. C. E. Mankin, Golconda. *162-3 BUY TODAY--YOUR 1948 EVER- Ready Calendar or refill. Phone 1180W, Harrisburg Printers, 22 South Vine Street. 133-tf ALEMITE LUBRICATION SER- vice. See K. Dunn, Saline Motor Co. 132-tf 1934 OLDSMOBILE COUPE 6; 4-rooms new furniture, 2 good horses. 1340 W. Robinson, Dorris- ville. *158-6 COAL, COKE, AND KINDLING. Call City Coal Yard, Tel. 55R1. 132-tf WASSON COAL AND STOKER. Jackson Ice Coal, Tel. 256. 132-tf HELM'S PULLORUM PASSED chicks; holder three world's records; R.O.P. sired matings; government approved; sexed chicks. Free brooding bulletin. Hatchery, Metropolis, HI. Illinois COLORED GIRL FOR CLEAN UP work. Apply at Singer Sewing Center. 158-tf EXPERIENCED AND CAPABLE deputy for Saturday nights. Grove Nile Club. ' 158-tf NIGHT WAITRESS. Turner's Cafe. APPLY AT 162-2 (6) Employment Wanted MAN WANTS HOUSE ing. 707 S. Land. CLEAN- ·163-2 TRUCK DRIVER, SEMI~ OR straight bed; age 37. Tel. 282W2. *161-3 (7) Lost BULOVA WRIST WATCH, BE- tween Gaskins City and Lee Wright's at Midway. Reward. Return to Sim Duffie, 20 N. Water, Gaskins City. *162-2 (9) Miscellaneous SPOT AND TRAP * SHOOTING 6-.ROOM HOUSE, BARN AND chicken, house to be moved. See Rex Parks, Carrier Mills. 162-3 *156-11 for turkeys, ducks, and hams Sunday afternoon. Coy C. Elam. *163-1 COMPLETE LINE OF DU PONT Quality Paints. National Paint and Wallpaper Co. 103-tf QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds ,rrf" CAR WASHING. SEE ORVAL Durfee at Saline. Motor Co. 132-tf 1 SALES AND SERVICE FOR Electrolux cleaners. 'John Hodge, TeL 922R. 10941 COAL HAULING AND GENERAL hauling by Smokey Joyner, tel. " 1299. *161-6 ^ B E C K E R SERVICE DAY phone 69, nite phone 214R. Saline Motor Co., ''Chevrolet Sales and Service."- " 127-tf PASSENGERS TO MICHIGAN, leaving Sunday morning. Anderson Sen-ice Station, phone 877. 162-2 I AM WILLING TO SHARE MY home with an elderly couple. J. W. Dooley, 1219 Largent. «161-3 (10) Instruction ELECTRONICS--RADIO START NOW ON YOUR CA- reer in Radio and Electronics. Write today for information on how you can prepare for a real future. . School approved for,G. I. Train- jing. 'New classes starting every month. XOUISVILLE RADIO SCHOOL 413 West Jefferson Street, Lou- Research Program Opened at SIU CAKBONDALE, 111., Jan. 10-A new program of research was opened at Southern Illinois Uni- \crsity January 1 when Dr. Carl C. L i n d c g r c n, internationally known authority, assumes his duties here as research professor in biological science and chairman of a new department of biological science and research. University President Chester F. Lay has announced. This will be Southern's first major venture into the field of research, and is expected to be the forerunner of a wide progranTof original investigations. Formerly exclusively a teachers training institution, Southern has j been authorized to move into the I university field in recent years, .the latest step being a change of name which became effective last July 1. "As we develop/ into a university, we shall have to give increasing emphasis to research, which is one of the activities by which the status of a true university is measured," President Lay pointed out. A research laboratory is being set up for the use of Dr. Lindegren," also widely known among present will include Mrs. Lindegren,. also widely known among mam By Rene Ryerson Mart co,,n g N.b,NiAH R v»a NC THE STORY: It all stalled after 1 had been in Hollywood tUi'co months, writing the movie script for one of my own mystery books-- and letting Jeff llaverspn help me get over Oscar Crai«. Jcfi was director of w picture and a very attractive man. It «as a shock to learn that he had been married for some time to Axis Vaughn, our glamor star. and that she refused to divorce him. Jeff wanted Madge Narnejv \\lio looked like Avis, to play her sister in the film, but the star insibted on doing both roles her' self. Li* Leyden, my unpleasant collaborator, suggested a small party at my place, that evening \\Iicn he would try to talk Avis into changing her mind. * it O X "All right," I said sullenly. 1 didn't hue the idea of playing up to Avis, but I knew how Jeff's heart was set on getting rid oi that double role Business. "H might work. I'll call Avis, now, j biological assistants. scientists, and three The laboratory is lo- -«»T ,,,, . , cated on the second floor of the ON BENDED KNEE. Attorney, old Science Building. and invite her . . Liz shook his head. "Leave that Samuai siarr watches approvingly as, Stephen Streck drops to his knee in a Chicago court-corridor and begs forgiveness of his 33- year-old wife. Anna. Mrs. Streck. who had been sueing for divorce on cruelty charges, agreed to consider a reconciliation. (NBA Telephoto) Register Mrs. Edna Jones Representative Dr. Lindegren has been associated with Washington University in St. Louis for a number of years, and is carrying on a number of research projects in the field of health and nutrition under grants from societies and industry, which will be transferred here. to me. I'll have her there this evening." That was the way we planned it. It was when 1 was crossing Hollywood Boulevard on my way home that I remembered the lip- si ick Kavella was to have ready for me. 1 looked at the address on the card she had given me. It was only a short distance away, so I turned down the boulevard and drove until I came to it. It happened to be closing time and Ravella was locking the fronl door of the shop when I came up to it. She recognized me, whicn \\as almost more than I did lor her. She had changed into a dark stieet suit and her nair was simply done under a plain but smart little hat. "Ah--Miss Donn." out U i l V i.vv«» ·- .,...- . jf her purse and gave it to and thanked me. 11 was 6 o'clock when I reached home. Without bothering to Jhaugo 1 went down to the kitchen and whipped up an egg on"*" 1 'TM d made a pot ol coffee, l aw ·»"" took a hot bath and went o bed hoping to catch a little s n " l '^ 1l r before my guests arrived. I felt i had an y a?duoas evening ajjgft 1 woke up at 8 and i ; didn t Jake me long to dress. India un, £§ advSe of not being beau; tiful--you don't spend much time glamorizing your face. 1 was in the living room checking to see that there was pie: uy n icf in the freezing unit of the bar \\hen thc door bell iang. It was Liz Leyden Since it was my house, I tried bccordial. I said, ·'HeUo and on and led him down «"iu "·« . . "VxOluc uu i", « · . i:,. the shallow steps into the L room. Reports of Slalin'J Illness Unfounded, Moscow Source Jays By WALTER CROfcKITE V United Press Staff CorwipoMWW MOSCOW, Jon. 10--(UB--Prem- ier Stalin is in good, health, .» source that usually Is ufllmpoaCH- able- told the United Pre Reports that he is ill founded." the source said. It V added that Stalin was not thopa* Sent that Dr. Elis Berven, Stfed ish cancer specialist, came W W cow to treat earlier this week.., The foregoing dispatch is ,tne first bearing on the state of SMI in" health that the J^ted Pf«f has received direct from MoflCdw since rumors of his death wore circulated this week. It .was paw- cd through the Russian S "(At the time tho rumors starUd a check by European bureaus ihdl- cated there.was not enough.$ stance in them to in __ Charter No. 14387 . carrying a dispatch. The-rUm- ors came from Switzerland Whbje they were- published by two . JML- papers, Der Bund and' Bertier Tagwacht, both of Bei;n). . , iTserve District Ko. 8 OF CONDITION OF At lhc closo OI t c*~*. in process of collection ·--.v-rr ited States Government obligations, United States direct and guaranteed _ Nursery Shower for Mrs. Harry Lee Allen , A nursery shower in honor of Mrs. Harry Lee Allen was given Monday evening at her home, with Mrs. Ora Heflin and Mrs. Blondel Limerick as hostesses. A delightful time was had by all in attendance and games were played. Refreshments were served and the guest of honor was presented many lovely gifts from the following: Mesdames Ruth Sprague, Eva Grace Hall, Myrtle Maple, Ruth Deal, Nellie Ozment, Bertha Kendal, Banche Holland, Wanda . , , , ,,, , Marvel. Ruth Thomas. Gertrude mediately clear She was happy Fields, Theresa Heflin. BedieHar-If" d smilinr 1 -- -*- '---·--' ris, Amelia Cook. Beulah Bond, tne tra : n " "Yes. 1 stopped to get my lipstick. I'm afraid I'm a little late." She held the door open for me to enter. "That's all right. It will only take a moment to get it for you. \\ r e were alone in the shop. She Princess, En Route To Visit Nidiae!, Changes Plans LAUSANNE, Jan. 10-- OJ.E) _ Former King Michael's romance with Princess Anne of Bourbon Parma took an unexpected twist . ,··- ."-" *,',i,^ ^.t^- -»nH today when the Danish princess j If ft me waiting at the·counterand slipped off a train bearing her to disappeared through a door at the Switzerland and turned up for!f« r of the shop and came back lunch in the Grand Ducal Court of l in . a ..JH° mcn ; Luxembourg. Michael himself maintained a royal silence at his hotel in Lausanne while Anne, who left Copenhagen yesterday by train for Basle, led reporters a royal chase from Hamburg, Germany, to Liege, Belgium, to Luxembourg. The purpose behind Anne's change of itinerary was not im- divisions --. ^To'nnn nn Corporate stocks (including $12,000.00 - 4 -_i. -c T^riorai T?P«;prve Bank) ---Loans a number of lipstick molds, eacn (2A) Bus. Opportunities "--It says here 'parrot wants home with intellectual surroundings' -- did you order this Register Want Ad?'' ' FOR PRIVATE PARTIES OR banquets phone County 54F11. The Country Club. 103-tf isville, Kentucky. *163-MARKETS M O N A R C H BICYCLE, ALSO, Jesse French piano, both in good condition. 710 E. Washington. Carrier Mills. * 162-2 (3) For Rent ' N O . 1 GRIMES GOLDEN API pies, $2.50 bushel. Roy Cozart, 1 | mile north of Ledford. 161-3 TWO 3-RM. FURN. APTS. IN- quire at 121 W. Raymond between 5 and 8 p. m. or tel. 800. 163-tf Lincoln, empty, $3,500. Lazich and 4-ROOM COTTAGE ON WEST 3-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. ;* 420 S. Jackson. - Lazich. 162-2 163-tf .CLARINET, GOOD SHAPE. TEL. SLEEPING ROOM IN MODERN home. 108 E. Walnut. 162-2 4-ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSE- keeping. Mrs. Eva Dudley, "Dorris Heights. ' 162-2 1 ROOM EFFICIENCY OR SLEEP- ing room. Pickford Flower Shop. 162-tf 1188W. 163-2 SADDLE HORSES WITH FINE western saddles, $1 per hour. Ride on highway or trails. Silver Horse Shoe Ranch near southwest cor- 1947 NASH 600. FULL EQUIP- ment, 15.000 miles; 1947 Hudson Commodore 6, 4-door sedan, 11,000 miles: 1939 Chevrolet coupe; 1936 Pontiac coupe; 1939 Ford 4- door sedan; 1942 Chevrolet 2- door sedan; 1942 Tfash 600 4-door sedan. Harrisburg Motor Sales. Nash Sales and Service. 157-t$ (4-A) For Trade ner cemetery. 163-1 (4) For Sale FISH AND FRENCH FRIES WITH salad and drink 60c every day. Green Lite Cafe. *161-3 LIVESTOCK ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Jan. 10.-- (U.R)-- (USDA) -- Livestock: Hogs 700: market 25 to 50c lower than yesterday.'s average: butcher hogs 250 Ibs. up to 300 Ibs., $27.75 to $28; lighter hcgs 180 to 230 Ibs.. $28 to $28.25; top, $28.25: packing sows 50c lower: top, $25: pigs, 150 Ibs. down o e lower at S26.50. Compared with close last week. Eva Ryan, Lena Hall, Ethel Dickerson, D t e 1 o r i s . Williains,, Frankie Cruse: Sally Smith. Ida Slavens, Anna Allen, Hazel Mcllrath, Ollie Clayton. Ruth Devar, Myrtle Karnes, Limerick. Monette Black- Helen Flannigan, Char- Gann, Madie McConnell, Allen. Blondel Limerick, Grace burn, lotte Belle Ora Heflin, Margaret Tucker, Catherine Allen, Joan Heflin and Shirley Heflin, Gertrude Durham, Mary Alice Bundy, Maude Upchurch, Mable Simmons, Madge Parks. Nellie Heflin. Fredia Allen, Nan Kelley and from the Amoma class. weights 160 IDS. up 75c to er; lighter weights 50c to SI. sows 25c t for the week, S28.75: Hill Rites at Galatia Sunday Funeral services for Alonzo Hill, 61-year-old Galatia merchant, will be held tomorrow at 1:30 at Galatia. after be taken to when she boarded Copenhagen with a pair of skis, assuring report- one out. "Now what kind of a case do you want, Miss Donn?" She indicated the lipstick cases on display under the glass top of the counter. My cyesignt is very good and I read the price tags plainly. 1 chose a plain gold one. * * s "I hear they're making changes the casting of your play," she said conversationally. The studio grapevine certainly- ers that she intended to meet ,^ ^"7 t Thr,,,^ M.Vhaol in CtriHnrlanH '..nrl t\,lt Worked t fast, I thOUght. in Switzerland and that she hoped to do a lot of skiing. ·' At Hamburg, still smiling, she assured reporters that she had no desire for a brilliant ceremonial wedding such as united Princess , Elizabeth and Prince Philip in i everyone connected with the studio Knew what had happened that afternoon. "Mr. Havcrson wants to," I admitted. Kavella's bright eyes flicked London. Instead, she said, she wanted "just a quiet family affair with Mummy and Daddy there." The train left Hamburg last night and arrived in Frankfurt just before 9 a. m. today. Reporters searched through the train to , o\cr my face. "Wants to--you I understood . . ." If this was" going to be repeated she might as well nave the straight oi it. "Avis Vaughn is 'kicking up a row about it," I explained. ,hc press that she had slipped oil the train the residence- in '-"! which thc bodv - |thc Zion church ncar Eldorado fcr top bulk SECOND SHEETS, COLUMNAR pads. inks. Harrisburg Printers, street Phone 1180W. 170-tf COAL, $6 TON DELIVERED. TeL 1040W2, 520 W. O'Gara. »158-- MODEL A FORD, GOOD RUN FULL LINE MAYTAG AND OTH- er washer parts. Service on all makes. Williams Appliance Co., 615 E. Poplar. Pho. 1146W. 123-tf 180 to 300 Ibs., S27.25 to S28.50: most sows S23.50 to $25.25. Cattle 150; calves 50. Earmarked for Monday compared with close last week, good and choice steers about steady; common and medium grades strong to 50c higher: heifers and mixed yearlings. 25c to 50c higher; cows mostly 50c higher; bulls firm: choice vealers. S6 lower; common and medium steady to Si off: replacement steers strong. Tops for the week: Nine head choice 1045 Ib. steers. S36; 1119 Ib. steers S33.50; choice 1026 Ib. mixed yearlings $32: one small lot to $34: top good 841 Ib. straight heifers. $29.75: choice 901 Ib. heif- cows $22: a final service. Rev. Homer of Johnston City, will officiate at both services, and burial will be in Zion cemetery. Mr. Hill 'died suddenly on Thursday afternoon after suffering a heart attack. her way to the Lowlands. The next word came from Liege, Belgium, were Anne arrived by train at 10 a. m. At the railway station to meet her was an American automobile bearing the coat of arms of thc Luxembourg Grand Ducal Court. 1. ! Thc automobile waited 30 minutes for the train, which was late. Anne entered the car and left Liege for the city of Luxembourg, thc home of her uncle and aunt. And that's the reason Haverson doesn't want it. He thinks it has been over- cone and that thc public is tired of the trick." "Oh . . ." "We're having a little conference :«t my house tonight, Avis and Art and Mr. Haveison and Liz Leyden. \\Vre going to try and work out a compromise. Leyden thinks we can."' "You mean get Mr. Haverson to give up the iciea of changing thc inc nome oi ncr uncie ana aunt, cast-and having someone else Prince Felix of Bourbon and the' i n ,. ,u 0 ,,,,,.. ,,«· ,i,» c^»o,.?" K.,. ' Grand Duchess of Luxembourg. HMClLt OIU-"J \ " - - - - -- _1,\ stock of Federal Reserve Bank) ; as and discounts (including $444.30 overdrafts) -·---.-; Bank premises owned $1.00, furniture and fixtures, none · Other assets TOTAL ASSETS 5,051,614.69 81,351.47 12,000.00 714,294.15 ~ 32,815.11 .$7,811,493.34 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and con^rations ----Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ._ ---· Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) Deposits of States and political sub- , divisions -- --~TMr Deposits of banks -- ---Other deposits (certified and cashiers , $4,620,754.81 1,671,486.41 142.00 _1 57,731.3 checks, etc.) TOTAL DEPOSITS Other liabilities _. $7,316,607.32 · -j. .23,105.54 TOTAL LIABILITIES Capital Stock: CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (c) Common stock, total par $150,000. ,,$ 150,000.00 Surplus .___ Undivided profits TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS soo)fld6.ob "III L 21,780. .1.1.; : $ 471,780.68 $7,811,493.54 MEMORANDUM Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes State of Illinois, County of Saline, ss: I II. 0. Buell, cashier of the above-named bank, dp so.--^^^ swear that thc above statement is true to th.e best of, my knowledge and belief. H. O. Correct^-Atte'st: 'J. M. PRUE1T, . JNO. B. LEE. G. -O. DAVENPORT, Directors. Sworn lo and subscribed before me this 6th day of January, 1SN (SEAL) Charter No. 4003 HERMAN "yV- LAMBERT, Notary Public/ Reserve District No". 6 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE ' - .- ; First Notional Bank Of Harrisburg, in the State'^of Illinois, , [} At the close of business on.December 31, 1947 . , . , ' Published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Curiencjr, under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes." ' ' " 1. Congressional Housing Committee Has'Troubles By ILVRMAN W. NICHOLS I full. The housing office crew soon WASHINGTON. Jan. 10.--T.5:)-- j got that settled feeling, like thc . play the part of the sister?" Ra vella's face was bent as she fitted the molded lipstick into *he case 1 had selected. There it was again. Everyone so sure that Avis would get her xvay. "Xo,"' I said shortly. "I doubt if he'll change his mindi about that He's been wanting! another actress for the part of the' 6. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed '.... Obligations of States and political subdivisions 3. 5. Corporate stocks ( i n c l u d i n g $5,650.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) The office force of the joint congressional committee on housing is having, \\ell, ahem, er--housing trouble. woman who has moved to a new · sister from the beginning, and now place and finally got the curtains up and the pictures hung. Then this week, along came an- It's a story punctuated with all other whiskered committee. The bulls. $22: good sausage bulls. $21: thc m i scr i cs 'and aches that beset«housing crowd sighed and was on choice vealers, $39. i nc homeless tnc move again--right when thc Sheep none. Compared slaughter with i wlV^V IdOV Vt^VA* O*«U«*,»* VV* tO 414 ISO 75c to SI lower: yearlings about property close to town with about steady: ewes 50c to 75c higher; 5 acres. Inq. 707 S. Land. *163-2jtop lambs for thc week. $27.25 (highest on record: bulk good and ! choice, $26 to $26.75: medium to . J good $22 to $26: cull to medium PASSENGERS TO NORFOLK,: throwouts. $16 to S20: good, and (5) Wanted nine order. 1409 S. Webster. * 163-21 Va. Write Box X, c-o Daily Regis'- j choice 'fall clipped lambs $25 to * 1 -- *161-3 $26: good and choice wooled ycar- lings. $21 to $22: medium to good 1933 PLYMOUTH COUPE. GOOD condition. 1300 W. Robinson. «163-2 ler. PASSENGERS TO MICH.. LEAV- 7-CUBJC FOOT REFRIGERATOR. Pho. 376W2 or inquire at 708 N. Webster. 1634i SPOT AND TRAP SHOOTING ^ for turkeys, ducks, and hams Sun^ day afternoon. Coy C. Elam. * 163-1 ^ 1938 BUICK CENTURY SEDAN ~ very clean. Phone 1174R. 162-3 GOOD LUX? COAL, $6 TON DE- livered. TeL 1168W2. 142-tf 4-ROOM SEMI-MODERN HOUSE with basement, garage, roond, $3,650. Laach and 162-2 ""Tisss'-ay*^ Paint and Wallpaper C ·* "" 103-tl i-f. ^"r'-i-W* COMBI- «*- 3»- '"- RADIO-PHONOGRAPH nation, beautiful wain "Very latest, l«« *f ail12M s months old. Only $90. i* 50 * Granger. uz ouu. POULTRY, EGGS AND CREAM.) good will toward men. authorized thc special committee Jo "conduct a thorough study and investigation of thc entire field of housing."' But don't spend more than $100.000 · · Fine. So Jhc committee's second Jeam, or thc office gang which keeps all the records, set up house- 1 keeping in room 314 of thc old S1972-ycar-old wethers, SI" uT$20: House office building. Swell. It good and choice \\oolcd cwcs. $9.251«as a dandy room, with red velour to medium. SS 1 hangings, a rus on thc floor, bat- Jery after batten- of telephones l a n d brand new desks. Thc place !\\as just a ]0 second elevator ride Mo thc Hou^c cafeteria. Life, in- 'dccd. -was beautjful. For about committee was getting ready lo call for thc records and start hearings here, Worry About Next Move gang put heads together and through thc" that he's found one perfect lor the part, I don't think he's going to change his mind. We're going to have lo convince Avis Vaughn that the part of thc sister isn't worth bickering abouu It's unimportant really.*' "Is"--it?" "Definitely." o s c Ravella had finished inserting 11. 12. Loans and discounts (including S137.49 overdrafts) ...._: .. Bank premises owned $25.000.00. furniture and fixtures $2,000.00 -Other assets ---~-TOTAL ASSETS $1,451,546.27 3,359,4ti.05 .._ 171,137.11 5,650.00 283,006.49 .. 27,000.00 514.06 .$5,298,344,96 . l'PSt'5* the case. She ,ing. . _ i one end to another, but there wasn't a single vacancy. As a matter of fact, the waiting list was as long as your arm. The clock ran out and Herbert 162-2! to $10; ] to $9. Sea Rescue ! System Alerted for the wood. Dixie Grill. 162-2 By MyStCriOUS Coll two »\ccVs or so. More Seniority Then, zowic! v, rapped it now and handed " me and I paid her for it. Then as ! turned to go shc halted me. "Wait just a minute--\\ould you do a favor for me?" "What is it?" the committee, looked out the window and saw a red-topped building across thc street. He investigated Vsughn. Shc always \\ants a new ore ~ when she starts a picture. Thinks it. brings her luck." She laoghed lightly. "I suppose shc is --- . . n t o is cimc another congrcstsion- TO RENT OR LEASE. SMALL LONDON, Jan. 10. -- U.P.) -- · · A ' a l committee with more seniority. farm in Saline counlv. Cash rent ! mysterious distress call alert cd the , ] t .nought room 314 »as . Write Box YY, care Daily Register.! British sea rcsc "c^toni tonight nfcer than thc place it had been ' . 160-10 ', to search for a that might {cooped up in. and would the hous- , i be down at sea. but authorities ' ms people please pack _ ___ _ WANT TO BUY CLARINET FOR* ucrc baffled by the source of the move -- now. There beginner. Call 1148R-2. '162-2 (So) Help Wanted Thc British air control hc«id- ] quarters reported that a Belgian I control station said a distress call ~ · uas rclavcd bv a listener at Ostcnd. EXPERIENCED SALES LADY,' T h c British" coastal system asked having knowledge of sewing. "Write ^^ jn tnc arca to watch for any to box S, C-O" pignc jn trouble, and ord 163-3 .cue launches to stand by. thins anybody could do and any- :t it, but move. So desks, file*,, pretty slcnoi;raphcrs and office Ixv^ rolled down the way'to roo-n 327, at thc end of thc hall, in fact, si IN thc hall. across me sirccu «u i r «»«*·»««. b i amin: , TM for all today's trouble and found it belonged to the go*-, ^^g , was to h ^ vc had it crnmcnt-and was; wnjrt*. d f hcf vc$tcrdav ard didn - t So ycs^fday wasjnoung da d mc ^ lQ h again for thc harried folks who .., ar 4 m4n1 it V on'd civr it to tike thc nation's housing problems W*£TM n \ **£.? guc ll to to heart. Thc new joint isn't much onignu i mean. Auto Radiator LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations '. ". 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) _.i 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 17. Deposits o£ banks J3. 19. 24. ____ $3.373,862.% Other deposits (certified cashier's checks, etc.) and TOTAL DEPOSITS -._ $5.062,743.52 7,000.26 44,797.41 TOTAL LIABILITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ,_. $5,062,743.^ 25. Capital Stock: (c) Common stock, total par 7. $125,000.00. ( of a place. It's kind of a shack, lo be real frank about it! Cold as a shack, too. The first morning, thc gals had to sit around in their 2.0. 30. , . . . undivided profits TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS LIABILITIES AND Ornaments Stolen Daily Register. !! { NIGHT COOK; AI-SO DAY \VAI1 rc^ . A p p l y in m^«TM**\ 4 and 6 p. m. Margarets catc^, mtrodnccd by Priest Boxi was Jnlroduccd by separate thc stenographer from the olficc management * ihut the an committee members, could when i f l V *y***^ I W U IV 3l»- 0 1 V M . 4 M · · « l l l w i t l __ ^^ , --^ coats. One was typing with her prom Du VUOIfl VOTS gloves on. Mr. McGushin was hud- ^ died in a corner, shivering and DU QUOIN. III., Jan. 10--U.r_ «,. , . guarding one of the two phones, ] Local police today were invest:-1 ciaic oi Illinois, County of Saline, ss: which have to do for a staff of 12. j gating a local crime wave in \vhich 1 J " T ' *~"' -v: " ~* " Mr McG. investigated and found .3 group of thieves, apparently ju-; ihat to get another phone would vcnilcs. have been removing t h e , call for another panel on the con- "target" radiator ornaments from,' "rcssional switchboard at a cost automobiles, of $15000 So don't call National i At least 15 of thc ornaments, 3120. extension 1444. or you'll tic I have been pried off parked cars ,, « .. !_*. t.,,4 .TtShSW/!' ' hrtT*/* IT* OrtTV\rt 4V)CA» \lfllll /?*»T*1*lfTA up the works, but good! Jhcrc, in some cases with damage Thc housing force has enough i to car hoods, police said. Loral i about. The next ~*- --' '*" "~ : ' * K ' $ 125,000.00 - . _ 80,000.00 _ 30,601.44 235,601.44 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS iTT ___ $5,298,344.06 MEMORANDUM Assets pledged or assigned to se- 4t cure liabilities and for other pur- ^ poses 262,000.00 T n i 1 " 0 ^ 9° unt F of Saline, ss: that ther££;.* c Sl cr ° f , ^ hc , ab °ve-named bank, do solemnly ^jjiai thc ^bo%c statement 1$ true to the best of my knowledge _ H. L. RtED, Cashier. Correct--Attest: F. S. GRAY, C. E. JOYNER, J. L. to and J- B. BERRY, Notary Public. --- \ NEWSPAPER!

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