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? ». 1 r THE DAILY HARRISBURG, ILL, MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1943 »«r - Ifv CLASSIFIED ADS * * * ' , ' Charge Aeeounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Specie/ Discount for Cash-with-Order Minimum Ad Accepted TWO Lines :; L 1, A r. · 5 I f- I L a (1) NoHcM In Memoriam ·In loving memory of Otis Feazel.'who passed away one year ago today, January 12. Memory if the only thing That-grief'can-call its own So we, mourn for him in silence ' When we are all alone. And while he lies in peaceful . sleep; His memory we shall always · keep". Sadly missed by his wife * and children, grandchildren, brother and, sister. 164-1 Card of Thanks We desire to express to our neighbors -and friends our heart"felt thanks for their many expressions of sympathy at the time , of the illness 'and death of our wife and mother, Carrie Holmes. " The beautiful floral offerings were especially appreciated.' Husband and children. _ ' *164-1 j Jlc. ' $·· ·In Memoriam In loving memory of our dear son, Herman H. Hamilton, who die.d Jan, 12, 1937. Eleven lonely,years have past Since Jesus sent His angels from Heaven . To take our dear son to live with Him in Heaven above. Though his smiles are gone forever And his hands we cannot touch, We shall'never lose sweet memories Of the one we loved so much. Lonely are our hearts without him, God help us to bear our cross. Sadly missed by parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hamilton and family. . -164-1 (4) For Salt (Continued) (5) Wonted LUMP COAL, QUICK DELIVERY. Milo Hull, pho. 429W. "164-2 1942 LIBERTY HOUSE TRAIL- er, built-in radio, bottle gas connections, $1500.00. Call 1067W. 164-2 .PASSENGERS EARLY WED. TO i Cincinnati, Huntington, W. Va., Richmond and Norfolk, Va. Willard Wasson, at Wasson. * 164-1 100 ACRE FARM ABOUT 3 MILES northwest of Galatia. Frank Whilt, Nickerson, Kansas. * 164-4 JTO RENT 75 OR 100 ACRES OF ground to cultivate. See Virgil Meier, 817 W. O'Gara. *164-1 FIVE-PIECE BREAKFAST SET, red and white enamel with red leatherette seats. Very good condition, priced for quick sale at $22.95. Seten Furniture Store. 164-3 NEW DOUBLE TUBS, DOUBLE drain boards, Koler kitchen sink, complete with fittings. Tel. 1108W. 162-tf LOAD OR PART LOAD TO CHI- cago or vicinity, truck leaving Tuesday or Wednesday. Harrisburg Transfer, pho. 87. 164-2 POULTRY, EGGS AND CREAM. We pay top prices. Sugar Creek Produce, Phone 918R, 12tf POINTER COAL RANGE. IN- quire 117 W. O'Gara. *164-2 s i. n* t 'III-y Card,of Thaiks We-wish Jo express our thanks to';all,our friends and neighbors who"* assisted us-' in" any 4 way during . the. illness and following the death of our dear mother ond grandmother, Sarah Chase. We are deeply grateful'to the quartet, the Miller' funeral home and for the beautiful floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bailey and Family. 164-1 MOVING, LONG'OR SHORT DIS- tance., Also, «oal hauling, No. 5 vein lump and' "stoke'r coal, oil treated. Kane's Moving and Haul. ing. Service. Pho. 299R or 884R. ! ' * '- 164-tf A .n^ SPECIAL! WASH JOBS THIS Iweekv $1..Marathon's Service, Cor. S. Main and Raymond. 159-6 (2) Business Services ol · fiOVING -- LONG OR SHORT -.distance. Also coat hauling. No. 5 vein lump "and stoker coal, oil -treated/ Harrisburg Transfer Co., 7.. , 127-tf ' VACUUM CLEANERS ARE OUR only 'business. O. R. Buford, City Hall .Bldg.,, Mt Vernon, HI. 132-tf iiu.j,. JCC*-" -.fJ 1 CAR -WASHING. SEE. ORVAL Durfee at Saline Motor Co. 132-tf SALES -AND SERVICE FOR 'Electrolux cleaners. John Hodge, TeL-922R. 109-tf v«fe PIGS, 2 1-2 MONTHS OLD. VtR- gil Dooley, 1 1-2 miles west Harco. *164-2 MONARCH COAL RANGE WITH water front, excellent cond. 109 E. Raymond. 163-2 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 WANT TO BUY AUTOMATIC GAS water heater. Everybody's Drug Store, Tel. 800. 164-3 TO RENT OR LEASE, SMALL farm in Saline county. Cash rent. Write Box YY, care Daily Register. *160-10 (5o) Help Wonted EXPERIENCED SALES LADY, having knowledge of sewing. Write giving references to box S, C-O Daily Register. 163-3 NIGHT COOK; ALSO DAY WAIT- ress. Apply in person between 4 and 6 p. m. Margaret's Cafe 159-tl South Vine Street. 133-tf ALEMITE LUBRICATION SER- vice. See K. Dunn, Saline Motor Co. 132-tf COAL, COKE, AND KINDLING. Call City Coal Yard, Tel. 55R1. 132-tf GARAGE TRUCK MECHANIC; must be over 30 and experienced. Steady work. Harrisburg Dairy. 164-2 WASSON COAL AND ' STOKER. Jackson Ice Coal, Tel. 256. 132-tf LONG NEEDED INVENTION. Proved success. Powerful demonstration. Every, home, factory, store, office a prospect. Low price, long profit. Exclusive. Fine outfit furnished. No deposit. Get facts quick. Write 389, R. C. Building, Red Comet, Inc., Littleton, Colorado. * 164-1 REGISTERED D U R O C MALES, gilts. Double treated, ready for service. Highly productive. We sell the best of the breed. First come will get choice ones. H. E. Corcoran and Sons, Springerton, 111. *164-2 HELM'S PULLORUM PASSED chicks; holder three world's records; R.O.P. sired matings; government approved; sexed chicks. Free brooding bulletin. Illinois Hatchery, Metropolis, 111. *156-11 6-ROOM HOUSE, BARN AND chicken house to be moved. See Rex Parks, Carrier Mills. 162-3 1945- FORD COUPE, A-l CON- dition, priced to sell. Martin's Market, Rt. 45, near Carrier Mills. *164-1 COMPLETE LINE OF DU PONT Quality Paints. National Paint and Wallpaper Co. 103-tf QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds COAL HAULING AND GENERAL hauling by Smokey Joyner, tel. ! 1299. ... *161-6 -i:: our o; - W R E C K E R SERVICE DAY phone 60, nite phone 214B. Saline Motor Co., ^Chevrolet 1 Sales and Sttvice." . 127rtf (2A) Bus. Opportunities FOR PBIVATE. banquets phoe ' PARTIES OR County 54F11. For Rent 3-BOOM FURNISHED APART- ment, no children. Tel. 336W. 164-3 *: 3-RM.. MOD. UNFUR. APT., UP- stairs, no children. 105 E. Ford. - . 164-2 2 YEAR TYPIST FOR WORK IN Illinois. Starting wage, 63c hour while in school; 75c hour after 10 weeks. Western Union Telegraph Office. Positively no phone calls. 163-3 RELIABLE MAN WITH CAR wanted to call on farmers in east and south Saline county. Wonderful opportunity. $15 to $20 in a day. No experience or capital required. Permanent. Write today. McNP:SS COMPANY, Dept. A, Freeport, 111. *161-- LXPERIENCED WOMAN FOR general housework. Apply 322 South Main. 156-tf COLORED GIRL FOR CLEAN UP work. Apply at Singer Sewing Center. 158-t£ (6) Employment Wanted BABY SITTING] INCLUDING dish washing and hand sewing. S2 for three hours, additional time $1 per hour. Phone 967R. 164-2 MAN WANTS HOUSE CLEAN- ing. 707 S. Land. *163-2 "Yes, I offered a rugbeater for rent with a Register Want Ad-but he doesn't get home until 5:30!" SINKS AND BATH FIXTURES. Builders Lumber Co., Carrier Mills. 162-- BOY, 20, WANTS GENERAL farm work, with living quarters for mother and self. Some experience. Ralph Milles, Rt. 4, Box 157A, Harrisburg. e 164-2 (7) Lost (8) Found (9) Miscellaneous (10) Instruction REFRIGERATION SHORTAGE OF MEN FOR IN- stallation and repair work. The need for trained men to overhaul and install refrigeration and air conditioning equipment is urgent. If you are mechanically inclined and have a fair education, look in- LARGE ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC!to this big pay trade. Learn how :i: Budget Calk For Emphasis On U. 5. Defense WASHINGTON. Jan. 12--UJ_ President Truman today asked Congress to spend $11.025,000 for an air-minded national defense program during the 12 months itarting July 1. He put heavy emphasis on increased numbers of military airplanes and called for funds to start universal military training. National defense was the largest single item in Mr. Truman's fiscal 1949 budget. It accounted for 28 per cent of proposed spending--24.9 per cent if debt reduction :s considered. But the President said his proposals represent the minimum, requirements of the military establishment for national safety. The $11,025.000,000 1949 nation- al.defense outlay would be an increase of $279.000,000 over what is being spent during; the current 12 months. It includes, however, $400,000,000 to get under way in 1949 the beginning of a universal training program which Mr. Truman said eventually will cost two billion dollars a year. Congress is not likely to authorize universal military training in this election year. Mr. Truman proposed "considerable"' increases in the procurement of aircraft both by the newly- independent air force and the navy. These increases, he said, are "necessary to support our air arms at the planned level" because "wartime reserves of planes and parts are becoming depleted or obsolete." There should be more expansion in 1950, Mr. Truman said. Of the total, the air force would get $767,000,000 and the navy would get the other $463,000,000 for its planes. L'lL ABNER Pigs Is Pigs By Al Copp TH' WORLD IS MINE.'.'-NOBODY REE.LI/E.S AM IS ROMCO HOWDY, BEAUTiruLV-AN IS TM'SAME IN I'M' DARK/. TH£T SMV, BASHFUL U L AftNER.Sl.lP ME A KISS BODY LOOKS TH' SAME, IN TH' DARK f f FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Catch On? By Merrill Bicsscr jvMAT IS ALL THIS ? 1 WE D-D-PlDNT DO WHAT D!D YOU DO TO "MS BOY? 50! A DUEL, WAS IT? LOOK OFFCeK.YOU DONT j KEEP TAUitMG, TUK IS SERIOUS / / UNDERSTAND: IT WAS S FELLAS ! I WANT TO S YOU WI56I.C Our OF THIS Says Bought War Materials with Knowledge of FBI NEW YORK, Jan. 12.--(U.E)-- Samuel Nattis, 29, who said he was the go-between for the Jewish agency in the purchase of 400,000 rounds of war surplus explosives for shipment to Palestine, said today anybody could buy the material. He added that the sales were made with the knowledge of the FBI and of War Assets administration officials who "froze" the explosives for sale to him at $90 a ton. · Nattis is an employe of the IT WAS A DUEL.' MOU SEE,WHEN HE TURNED AROUND WITH A SVVORD HIS HAMD.AND- THIS IS SEPIOUS * ANYTHING / HE J-J-JUST FAINTED', STOR.Y.' AND WHAT WOULD BE CAUSING HlfATO FAINT? T. Hamlin ALLEY OOP Going for the Doctor JUST OCOLA? HEX Congress Needs Tailor Shop, Rep, Bishop Says WASHINGTON. Jan. 12-- OJJ!) -Rep. C. W. "Runt" Bishop. R., 111., suggested today that Congress set up a tailor shop. .. t ., ,, . "The average Congressman fs federation president, said Gov. very neat - m his personal appear . Executive Group Of GOP Women to Meet Jan. 20-21 SPRINGFIELD, 111.. Jan. 12-U".E--The executive committee of the Illinois Federation of Illinois Women's Republican clubs wil meet here Jan. 20 and 21 to plan participation in the April primary election. Mrs. John T. Thomas, Belleville, Dwight H. Green and U. S. Sen. C. Wayland Brooks were scheduled to address the group. . The Sangamon county Republi- ance." Bishop said. "But let's face it. He's just too busy to take care of his clothes properly.'' Terrier Pays Heed to Politics CARBONDALE, 111., Jan. 12 _(UR)_Mitzi, a Boston bull terrior, has learned a trick that shows she's paying heed to her politics in this, election year, her owner, P. D. Johnson of Carbondale, said today. Johnson said \\hen he asks Mitzi which she \\ould rather be, a Democrat or a dead dog, she will drop over in a heap every time. Take Profil Out Of Overproduction, President can ship tea at the Executive Mansion with Mrs. Green as hostess. Materials Redistribution Corporation, owned by Leonard M. Weis- mart, who admitted being adviser lo Haganah, the Jewish army in 1 Palestine. The explosives were intercepted last week after an anonymous tele- ( phone call informed New Jersey j police that huge quantities of illegal explosives might be found on a farm, near Freehold, N. J. Police arrested nine men in New Jersey in connection with the shipment and three truck drivers were arrested in upper New York for transporting the explosives/ ."The FBI must have known my deal was going through and that ^^ _ the stuff was going to be shipped, ^ there in connection with the on in between affairs of state. "We've got a barber shop and! 1 ^ a restaurant for the convenience o f ! Nattis said. "All government agencies knew about it. The FBI is creating an unnecessary air ot mystery about this matter where no mystery exists." MARKETS LIVESTOCK Hold Man Wanted For Theft of Election Records QUINCY, 111., Jan. 12-- KE-Chief of Police Ray Welsh said today that a man held in a $12.000 jewelry store robbery here has been identified at Richard .Hannon, 39, a Missouri ex-convict wanted there in connection with the theft of Kansas City election records and other crimes. Welsh said Hannon admitted hisii s j n g career m professional'base- identity and that it was confirm-j ball to become a tailor. He fol- ed by t two Missouri state police of- lowed his trade until 1922 when he fleers' who came here to question so i(j ou t to become postmaster of him. Carterville. 111. He is now in his .Hannon had been held for sev-; fourth term in Congress. eral days in connnection with thc I gang-robbery of R. JL Hurdle's Symphony Orchestra jewelry store here Jan. o. He ' £ . f . . - gave the name of Kenneth Shcp- To Present Concert at *" Vio^, WASHINGTON, Jan. 12-- O;P_ President Truman today asked Congress to revise thc farm-pro duce price support program so as i to take the profit out of overproduction. He estimated the gcnernmenl CM n , n ,J» W^mnn would "Ips'e $116,559.000 in sup- EldorddO Woman, | porting prices under thc present Three Meil Fined !system in the next fiscal year: On Gambling Charge' His statement was included in *ii HC "as t-ari-jcu tor oo veais, :*uu 3 3 . , , a budget providing for SJ,083,381.- the solution is a tailor shop in the Saline" county officers and El-i000 of 'expenditures' by tm? A^n- Capitol where weary Congressmen i dorado city police Saturday night culture -Department and related can *et a press and a button sewed 'raided the home of Essie Horton (agencies during tho 12 months bc- " -·-·- J J ' r u -* ~ 1 1 - ginning next July 1. The" Commodity Credit Coi pora- ition wHKspend a'bout $333.573,000 club plan a member- Bishop, whose left pocket has a Permanent bulge from the sewing kit he has earned for 38 years, said !in Parrish Addition south of Eldo- """ legislators,' 1 he pointed out. "Why not a tailor shop where a man can get things done without having his work .nterrupted?" Many of his colleagues, he continued, have had to come to him for · advice on their clothes. He pulled out a tape measure which he always carries with him in case he runs into a Congressman who needs some quick measurements for a suit. Bishop in 1910 gave up a prom- Arraigned in police magistrate . to SU pp 0 r't--f arm prices. But Mr. court in Eldorado, the woman Truman 53^ this would be scaled pleaded guilty to a charge of operating a gambling device and the down to a net" of $116,559,000 by the re-sale of surplus commodities men pleaded guilty to charges of ; He sa i d : t h c loss could be trimmed gambling. All were fined. Those taking part in- the raid were Deputy Sheriffs Henry C. another'- $50.000,000 if Congress overhauls the formula for figuring ) support-prices. Dempsev, Lcbern Horrell and! TI -i-r -,i .- * i^mnc inhnctTM FirW^ Pni;TM I He said farmers v,ill continue to James Johnston. Eldorado Police Commissioner Gilbert Barton and Policemen Paul Masscy and Ebert Hayes. Two Fined on Charges Of Reckless Driving Luther Black of Raleigh township and John Baird of Rector jifificially 'fi'igh prices for certain township pleaded guilty to charges farm commodities which require of reckless driving when arraign- little han'd Tabor ami can be' grown cd before County Judge Ralph W. at a projit/at present support icv- require the protection of the price support .program. But he said the formula for figuring the support level should be revised to reflect changes in price relationships and improved production methods. One of the chief objections of critics of' the price support program is that it allegcdlv sets «ur- ? #h!tt£ SS3$^\fr^*J S S« l 3VSi Carfcondo.c Wednesday I ltTOCT/\^lf" I " . . ._ . » i A - - 4 * . «!..-. . _ jChoisscr and were assessed fines els. of $100 and costs. Livestock: Hogs: 18,000: salable 14,000: active: generally steady to 25c higher than Friday's average; spots up 50c on some. Bulk good and choice 180 to 300 Ibs.. $28.50 to $28.75; top, $28.75 mostly for 240- Ibs. down, but for a few 250-lbs. working for the last eight months as a plumber. Wednesday at 8 p. m. the Carbondale Community Concert asso- Welsh said Hannon's identity i ciation \\i\\ present the Indiana- was learned through a "tip," the I polis symphony orchestra in the source of which he declined to - water heater, also side arm gas water heater. Everybody's Drug Store. " 164-3 2-ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment No children. 213 E. Gaskins Sf 164-1 LARGE man; has 412 E. Locust "164-3 2-ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment ; 733 Longley. Tel. 849R2. Dorrisville, 164-1 1947 NASH 600, FULL EQUIP- ment, 15.000 mites; 1947 Hudson Commodore 6. 4-door sedan. 11,miles: 1939 Chevrolet coupe; Pontiac coupe; 1939 Ford 4- door sedan; 1942 Chevrolet 2- door sedan; 1942 Nash 600 4-door sedan. Harrisburg Motor Sales. Nash Sales and Service. 157-tf TWO 3-RM. FURN. APTS. IN- quire at 121 W. Raymond between 5 and 8 p. m. or tel. 800. 163-lf ITROOtt-'EFFlCIENCY OR SLEEP- ing room, Pickiord Flower Shop. 162-tf ForSole SECOND SUKUIS. COLUMNAR pads, ^«fa^ Hanisburg Printers. 22 South Vine street Phone 1180W. 170-tf MODEL A FORD, GOOD RUN ning order. 1409 S. Webster. · 163-2 .VM TVT IJ"»IYVTTIJ 1933 PLYMOUTH MAN'S BROWN OVERCOAT. AP- ply at 101 Midkiff Ave. * 164-3 you can get this training in spare time or evenings. No interference with present job. For full information write at once, giving name, address, etc. Utilities Institute, in care of Thc Daily Register. *164-2 ELECTRONICS--RADIO START NOW ON YOUR CA- rccr in Radio and Electronics. Write today for information on how you can prepare for a real future. School approved for G. I. Training. New classes starting every LARGEST S T O C K OF WALL- paper in Southern Illinois. National Paint and Wallpaper Co. 3-RM. HOUSE IN EQUALITY. Cecil Wathen, Rt 1, Equality. "164-4 LOUISVILLE RADIO SCHOOL 413 West Jefferson Street, Louisville, Kentucky. '163-Retail Federation Opposes City SAHARA LARGE LUMP coALjShare in Sales Tax S6.50 ton, quick delivery. 313} South Main, tel. 338W. 162-FUR COAT, GOOD AS NEW, size 12, price $40. Artie Robinson, Tel. 44R3, Carrier Mills. * 164-3 TWO-PIECE L I V I N G ROOM velour. good springs " * j . . . -- laTkftw T A v;n«vn »i«w suite, rea veivur. guuu ^MII^. condition. 1300 W. Robinson. 163-z ^ {nuna A rca , bargain 534^5 7-CUBIC FOOT REFRIGERATOR. Pho. 376W2 or inquire at 708 N. Cherry. 1634* GOOD LU34P COAL. $6 TON DE- TcL 1168W2. 1424f HUDSON COMMODORE 6, 4kxr sedan; 1936 Pontiac coupe; 19T» Ford Fordor sedan. Harris turf Motor Sales, Nash Sates and Service. ·Sf The Daily Register, 20c a week, "^ to cwrier boy. Sclen Furniture Store. 164-3 CHICAGO, Jan. 12_CK»--J, T. Meek, executive sccrctarj 1 of thc Illinois Federation of Retail Associations, said today that his organization would oppose the trans- icr of stale sales tax funds to a ? d financially cmbarrascd mum- 130 to 150 Ibs., S25 to S27.25: few. j ; 100 to 120 Ibs.. S21.75 to sows. 450-lbs 5 to disclose. Hannon confessed his identity after police found a tattoo mark which the Missouri con- was known to have on his over 450 Ibs., mostly S24.50 to $25; , Welsh said. Wanted By FBI Hannon was scheduled lo get a Shryock auditorium on the campus of the Southern Illinois university. · Thc second concert to be given here will be on Friday evening. Jan. 23. according to Harry Rccd.J picsidcnt of the Harrisburg Com-j munity Concert association. Al . j ______ _ The two were arrested Saturday The Daily Register. 20c a ight by state policemen. bv carrier boy preliminary hearing today on that time the association will prs- charges of kidnaping, conspiracy, j, C nt the Bary ensemble in a di- although slow inquiry fairly steers, active. with same true on heifers and mixed yearlings. Cows and bulls active *and fully steady: good cows. $19 lo $22; common beef cows. 516 to $18.50; canners and "cutters. 13 to S16: good beef bulls to $22: medium to good sausage bulls. $19 to S21: vealers, unchanged; home and forced him to take them to his store and open the vault, from which thev took cash, jewelry and gems valued at about S12.000. Concerts arc presented here in thc Harrisburg Township high ichool gymnasium. Welsh said Hannon has denied D:* es :,, ITe * In participating i n t h e robbery and ; * refused to talk about his Missouri iTOf Mrs. W. H. Pageft, Former Local Resident mon and medium, S15 to $25. Chkago Produce record. Hannon is also wanted by the good and choice, S25 to S33: com-,TM *£.^S'o?taltot bSSSlSd , ^T* 1 ? cn ' iccs ^ re hcld loda - v ' *---^ ~^-,-- C I = « ^ M = with the tnc.t ot oanpi Doxesana, s t w ickcnocrg, Arizona for Mrs records during a vote fraud in( v:iHiam H. Pagctl, 58. who d,cd quir' n Kansas City Mo.. last ..T ar .uarv- 6 in a hospital in Phoenix i May. The FBI said it wanted t o j ( i u c ^ canccr . « J W L J H A . I FOR YOUR SAFETY Let Us Check Your Car, and Tires Goodrich Tires and Tubes Bear System Wheel Alignment and Bal ancing. Brake and Battery Service. Vulcanizing and Retreading. We have parls to replace those worn nut, for cars. Over 21 Years Experience. Wilson Tire_|hop 11 iX. Vine St. -- Phone Chas. H. McClendon, Prop. Poultry: 13 trucks: steady; hens question Hannon about the blast- · slain during . the search for him geese 34: swan geese to 35; ducklings 30: guineas 25; common barn pigeons $1.50. Butter: 552,892 Ibs. firm: 90 score 79. after he jumped bond in a Jefferson City court last September. ore :. _. . A · · -II Eggs: 31,765 cases: unsettled: ^Foreign Aid Will ;tras 1: 51: extras 2: 50; 3 and 4: n_ j _:_. C««.« cipalitics. 1938 BUICK CENTURY SEDAN, very dean. Phone 1174R. 162-3 148: standards 1 and 2: 47: 3 and |4: 45: current receipts 42 lo 43: All requests for slate aid fromjdirtics 38: checks 37. thc sales tax fund have been turn-' cd down by Gov. Dwighi H. Green. (4-A) For Trade FULL LINE MAYTAG AND OTH- er xpasber parts. Service on all makes. Williams Appliance Co., 615 E. Poplar. Pho. 1146W. 123-tf Meek said the«retail association vould oppose extension of state aid because it was their belief .that such a move would encourage ''a conlimiancc--and possibly an in: crease--in thc sales tax. "Municipalities would bring pres- for more sales taxes in direct to Ihcir increased financial 5-ROOM HOUSE, 5 LOTS FOR 4,000 Britons Offer Services to Arabs LONDON. Jan. 12--CE)--Sources close to the Arab office said today that 4.000 Britons, mftslly 'former servicemen, have offered .. . - e Undermine CCOnOmy, plight just as »he state would do DTOperty close to town with about j under those circumstances," Meek 5 acres. Inq. 701 S. LaafeU63-2 said. Sheep Population The natjonal sfceep population has reaehed the lowest potat since 1867 She was a sister of Mrs. Rachel McMurphy of Harrisburg. Mrs. Trances Garner of Bcnton. George McCuc of Shrcvcport, La., John McCue and Allen McCuc of St Luis. Mo.. Mrs. D. V. Forbes of K'-jmpton. Calif., and of the laic H. R. (Bud) McCuc and thc late Mrs. Charles White of Harrisbun;. «-*ciiivv*Tr»v i^n 19 n-p Mrs. Forbes was with her" at the \\AbHLMiUi, Jan. I^UK -5 : mc of hcr dcath an(J hcr ijron,^ i Rep. Noah H. Mason, R., 111., said George, attended Ihc funeral. loday that continuation of foreign aid at the present rale will re-' D - r rt if_ ·__ suit in "undermining" thc social wies rOIIOWing and economic structure of the \AutO Injuries 1 *-- T A . J C** *v4 f*,r* «k*kj4 ·** t-1 fj\t/t ^4 Vl^k**^ ft i ' F.FFIXGHAM, 111., Jan. 12--OJf)! --Ho-Aard Hughes, 19, Milwaukee,! died ?l Si. Anlhony's hospilal last i lo European counlries," he said niqhl of injuries suffered when a in a speech prepared for delivery car canying him and ihrec corn- in the Hou.c, "is lo cushion them ! panions home on furlough from Ft for the impact of Socialism and j Kno\, Ky., collided with a track on ' Communism ..." ! highway 40 near here Friday night United Stales and in sircngthcing Russia. "I believe that all we arc accomplishing by our general 'gifts' A ^ Y^«»«AWJ\.«t*« 4Wl««V*4v*i A£ " Vt^k T4*vl IMPORTANT NOTICE "« There will be a specialcall mseting Tonight, (Monday) at 7:30 o'clock of the Marion Oshel Post No. 364 American Legion, of Carrier Mills. Al! Members Are Urged fo Aftesd

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