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:. u. 7 "A 33 .nt .rrs · m .or -it ?.io -'Xii -ftt 1' /THE DAILY REGISTER;'HARRISBURG, ILL:, TUESDAY. JANUARY JIJ, 1948 1ED ADS Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Spec/o/ Discount for Cash-with-Ordcr , Minimum" Ad Accepted" TWO'Lines ·» ·*. . * -- ·« · Notice , LONG, OR SHORT DIS- Also^coal hauling, ^p. 5 lump find stoker coal, 011 'treated. Kane's, Coving and. Haul; ing^Service.' Pho. 299R or 884R., ' ' ,164-tt in IJl 'Til - , . . . . 4 . . In, Memorjam, rf) v loving memory of 'Mrs. Elea-. ddy who passed away two 'years ago today, January 13, 1946. AT 'eve when twilight hour draws near, ,, , , HAnd sunset flames.'.the .sky;,. ? We, think of you,, 'dea'r^ mother, T , , A n d the happy'days gone by: ,«j L .Thoughts of you come drifting -; back ·r"-r--;£ ,, 1 *-Within our dreams u Jo - stay, To^know that you are Cresting .« j When the twilight ends" the day. « ».?: . -···'· ' ; -·-·"·. ., »-,'· . .Qnjidr/en,'- -grandchildren a p, d greatgrandchildren. _165-1 (4) For Sale (Continued) (5) Wanted 1938 BUICK .CENTURY SEDAN. TO RENT 2 OR 3 MODERN UN- very clean. Phone 1174R. 165-tf j furnished rooms, downstairs. 2 in -(family. Can give reference. Pho. .T I AQOO i 1B5-2 '41 PLYMOUTH SEDAN AT AN- 498R1. dersoa's Gulf Service Station, U. i : ' S. Rts. 13 45. A bargain at LOAD OR PART LOAD TO CHI$750. LUMP COAL, QUICK DELIVERY. *165-3 I cago or vicinity, truck leaving . Tuesday or Wednesday. Harris- Milo Hull, pho. 429W. 0 164-2 PERMANENTS. OIL MACHINE burg Transfer, pho. 87. 164-2 less $4 cmplete. Lou's Beauty after 6 p. m. Shop, 1230 S. Granger, Tel. 725R. I PLACE FOR ROOM AND BOARD for middle-aged man. Pho. 953W 165-1 FUR'COAT, SIZE 14, $20; baby stroller, $5. 114 S. Mill. -'165-1 165-5 POULTRY, EGGS AND CREAM. We. pay top prices. Sugar Creek REGULAR ;,MEETING Anight. Lunch" will be "served; as usual. , . 165-1 *f jfeCi m* ih?£i ?*.- if ft^" 1 *3"o **£t?4 (2) Business Services _ -- , . disuuice. Also^ ,coal,. hauling. .No. ijj-jyein lump and^stoker^cpalj,- oil; 1 treated. Harrisburg'Transfcr .Co. r Tell' 87. . 127-tf VACUUM CLEANERS ARE'^OUR only business. O. R. Buford, City ·Hall Bldg., Mt. Vernon, 111. 132-tf ._. WASHING. SEE ORVAL iuffee at Saline Motor Co. 132-tf .^ ^SERVICE FOR Electfolux cle'aners. 1 John"Hodge", Tel. 922R. 109-tf Ct)AL HAULING"AND '-GENERAL 4 GOOD jUSED, DINING ROOM suites, walnut finish, priced reason Sit Produce, Phone 918R. 123-tf WANT TO BUY AUTOMATIC GAS water heater. Everybody's Drug Store, Tel. 800. 164-3 PASSENGERS TO LOS AKGE, , Church, 1-2 block west of Post les. leaving Friday or Saturday. _ ^ _ _ ' ·· /*-- rt T^rtl 11^Q\Ar In'i./ Office. 165-2 DYED CONEY FUR COAT, PRAC- tically new, size 14: new wedding and engagement ring set. 221 \V. Lincoln. 165-3 1942 LIBERTY HOUSE TRAIL- er, built-in radio, bottle gas connections, $1500.00. Call 1067W.. 164-2 100 ACRE FARAf ABOUT 3 MILES nortHvyest of Galatia. Frank Whitt, Nickefson, Kansas. -164-4 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. Tel. 1133W. 165-2 TO RENT OR LEASE. SMALL farm in Saline county. Cash rent. Write Box YY, care Daily Register. -160-10 QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds POINTER COAL RANGE. IN- quire 117 W. O'Gara. *164-2 PIGS,-2 1-2 MONTHS OLD. VIR- hauling by Smok'ey Joyner, tel. co. 1299. *161-6 gil Dooley, 1 1-2 miles west Har- 64-2 164-31 L a^^ WiHEjQKER SERVICE DAY phone 69, nlte phone 214R. Saline Motor Co.," "Chevrolet Sales and Service.?, 127-tf (2A) Bus. Opportunities PRIVATE- PARTIES-^OR fel-y phone ~~. County 5«F11. ., 103-tf (|I For Renf !. HOUSE WITH STOOL" ; AND kitelien sink.- C. A. E. Hauptmann. 323," W. Church. 165-1 mentioned to my wife that she should sell, her bathing suit - ,, ~~-.,, ,r~TT« -«,4^ T-,TTT7rr» I with a Register Want Ad--before BUY TODAY-YOUR 1948 EVER- jsomeone a » cused me of marrying , 0n . 1180W, -Harrisburg Pnnters, 22 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 WASSON COAL AND STOKER. Jackson Ice Coal, Tel. 256. 132-tf meht, no children. Tel. MOD..UNFUR. APT., -UP- stairs, no children. 105 E. Ford. 164-2 REGISTERED D U R O C MALES, giits. Double treated, ready for service. Highly productive. \Ve sell the best of the breed. First come 164-3 w 'iN e ' choice ones. H. E. Corcoran and Sons, Springerton, 111. * 164-2 her for her money!" (5a) Help Wanted Registration Representative The Louisville Radio School has an opening for a representative in this community: full or part time work: excellent pay. Write for details, giving your experience. LOUISVILLE RADIO SCHOOL 413 West Jefferson Street. Louisville, Kentucky. *165-- I'll ABNER "?.'!''-SOUNDS LIKL Surveys Favor 9,500 Less School Dists. By PAUL E. SVOBODA United Press Staff Correspondent SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Jan. 13-- U.K»--More than 9.500 Illinois school districts would be wiped out on recommendation of 91 out of 101 county school survey committees, the January report of the state advisors 1 commission on j school reorganization showed to-i FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Love Pirate_ [ooatASsT NEEDS VORE By Al Capp GOT TO 05, OFFICER..' day. The commission report said that tentative plans have been submitted to the commission by all but two counties--Mercer and Dupagc--which authorized school ] consolidation studies under legis-' lation passed by the 1945 legislature. Reports from the 91 counties recommended elimination of 9.521 school distiicts. leaving 1.313 districts out of the present 10.834 in those counties, the -report showed. Hope for Some Progress Consolidation studies are underway in eight other counties which originally turned down the reor- ganizatio'n plan. Legislation approved by the last general assembly permitted a second ballot on the proposition in those counties. Few educators believe that thousands of school districts will be wiped out in one big election swoop. Most of them hope that "some progress'' will be made to eliminate Illinois' tangle of school districts. They hope that consolidation of many "of the smaller and poorer districts will help to lift the state's "all around educational performance" as rated by Raymond M. Hughes, president emeritus of Iowa State College, from its present level in the "lower half" among . other states r |en; Airline DCJ passenger plane. The commission's progress re-1 Sloping through heavy rain^ and port showed that 19 counties rec- the pre-dawn darkness, crashed in M.UOW RADIOACTIVE ·r wo r ONLY DOCS LI'L ABMER KEEP DAISV MAE AWAV FUM ' WOW, OWM ROTTLN, Mi^ZUBLE^SV/1 LI I HARTS/.'' INGAGEMUNT TM'VORM WOM.'HOW Y AM is THE r DONEUIRNED.'/]THRILL.IN'IT/ SHY, LOVABLE j U'L ABNER J V/ERC TBE 6 LI'L ABNER KISSED r"f SMACKED BY ) SLIP ME r-iE.r- /x HIEM SWEET INNETRCENT LlPS. r . r BEHIND THAT RADIOACTIVE KISSIN', SINCE LI'!. DONt By'Merrill Blosser Roundup Ms DOESMT SAY WE SETTER. G~T HIV TO THE HOSPITAL---AVJO YOU TO Tne POLICE STATION/ -£T±( ARRESTED? Five Persons Killed Airliner I NA33ED THE REST OF TME GANG, sreve/ THEY WERE HIDIMG -- " VMM / THEIR. MOLLS, 700,1 SEE/ l«.*«" ·«!_ '-'^r- iVlnSSf^ .S Out Our Way By Williams WASHINGTON. Jan. 13--l'P_ I'ue persons were killed and four olhers injured today when an Easl- ommended school districts encompassing the whole county. These are Pulaski, Edwards. Brown, Morgan, Lawrence, McDonough. Hardin. Randolph, McHenry, Union, Gallatin. Scott. Cumberland. Pike, Schuyler, Clark, Massac, Franklin and Saline. To Call. Elections Under the law, all reports- EXPERIENCED SALES LAT3Y, having knowledge of serving. Write giving' references to box S, C-0 Daily Register. 163-3 GIRL'S BLUE COAT AND ,LEG- gings, size 6X. 616 lMGE".'.SLEEPlNG-/ROOM FOR T el - 1030W1 man; Has bath. 4l2"E. Locust. W. Parish. 165-1 *164-3 3-RM: v FURN. APTS,.- IN- quffe at 121- W.' Raymond between 5"-and 8'p., m. of tel. 800. 163-tf OR SLEEP- ihg'room. Pickford. Flower Shop. MARRIED MAN FOR GENERAL farm work. Permanent, well-paying position for man who can qualify. Excellent living quarters, close to good schools and churches. Write R. L. Carpenter, Havana, 111. 165-1 HELM'S ,PULLORUM PASSED chicks;" Holder three world's records; RJO.P... sired matings: government approved; sexed chicks. Fjee brooding bulletin. Illinois Hatchery, Metropolis, 111: *156-11 NEW PHILCO. BATTERY AND _.._. 16241 : ! electric portable radio. Ganz Ra- idio Shop, W. Poplar St. 165-3 ONE OF PU PONT (*). for Sale 1 165-1 [ Quality Paints. -- land WallpaperJI ; National Paint THE FOLLOWING GOOD CLEAN - , ,. ,/-rxr.t»- reconditioned Chevrolet cars and . FULLY MODERN truc ks- '42^ Chev. 1-2 ton pick-up house; furnace, full basement, 'truck, -40 chev. 3-4 ton pick-up, newly decorated,. located in very 46 Chev 2 -ton truck', '41 Chev. neighborhooor on , S. Mam. town sedan. , -40 Chev. town sedan. O'Keefe Motor Co.. Car- 165 -- , . , . . is a very goocf piece of prop- -40 'Chev. 4^door sedan. '39 Chev. er^y: and is priced right at only coupc . 38 Chev 4 .door, '37 Chev. §7,qOO., ,, ? ^_. , -,12-door. ' ^jOne- -of .Saline; county s most -r j cr jjj complete "and '.best .known radio re- - - paur and appliance stores. Dis-! L ' ARGE ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC trHTutor for Nprge. General Elec- j wate - r ti c a ter . a i so s jd c arm gas wa- trie, RCA and. many other pppu- , er hcater _ Everybody's Drug Store. loE.iines.". -Will inventory stock and Tc j 3QQ * " 164-3 self'fixtures. See this one if you want an ieslablisheo' business mak- irigsgop'd"money. ,.;.,. , .- = ,.£rooni semi-modern home., lull . basement om.W,. Raymond, newly j^i NASH 600 FULL decorated. Ips.swill make some- t 15000 mi;cs; 1947 Hudson one? a good home for only $3oOO. commodore 6. 4-door sedan. 11,fully -^modern, .house. NIGHT COOK: ALSO DAY WAIT ress. Apply in person between 4 and 6 p. m. Margaret's Cafe 159-tf GARAGE TRUCK MECHANIC; must be over 30 and experienced. Steady work. Harrisburg Dairv. 164-2 2 YEAR TYPIST FOR WORK IN Illinois. Starting wage. 63c hour while in school: 75c hour after 10 weeks. Western Union Telegraph Office. Positively no phone calls. 163-3 LXPERIENCED WOMAN FOR general housework. Applv 322 South Main. 156-tf COLORED GIRL FOR CLEAN UP work. Apply at Singer Sewing Center. 158-tf (6) Employment Wanted IRONINGS. CALL TELE. lia3W-l * 165-1 -- 1 PAPER H A N G I N G . FRANK iW. O'Gara. tel. milcs . 1939 Chevrolet coupe; basement, with 3-room apartmcnLi 193$ Pont iac coupe; 1939 Ford 4- Newly decorate.d,on biglot 50 by, d ^ 1942 ChcVTolct 2 - · ' . 20p f: Jhi^ property: js one of the d · d ' ig42 Nash 600 4 . door besf'wc;have.had*in a v;car. You J canTltte upstaics .and ,x;eh( do\vn- stafrs for S30.00 a» month. Located oa A W. Poplar. t For good invcst- 3E* * went property-and priced right «:5troom fully Stoker,- blower: modern home, built-in cabinets sedan. Harrisburg Motor Sales. Nash. Sales and Service. 157-tf MAN'S BROWN OVERCOAT. AP- ply al 101 Midkiff Avc. =164-3 ._. , ·159-- preliminary or final -- must be submitted by July, with county superintendents of schools ordered to call elections on the. recommendations within nine months after the July deadline. However, a commission spokesman said "the big majority'' of the elections would probably be called long before the nine month period. . . ^ , He said balloting on the sur-j The United Press counted four vey proposals of - individual co'un- . bodies on the ground and a fifth tie's promised to be lively, unlike in the twisted wreckage. a \\ooded area five miles southeast of here as it approached Washington ior a landing. The big plane was carrying nine persons in all, six passengers and three crew--all men--on a scheduled flight from Houston, Tex, to Boston. The injured, all described in "satisfactory" condition at Casualty hospital in Washington, were: Lucian A. Moebus. 47. a N a \ y captain, Maxwell Field. Montgomery, Ala. Morris Maple. III. 24. Princeton. N. J. Eugene C. Stone. 40. Pensacola, 1 Fla. Peter Phelios. 22. the plane's iteward. Astoria. X. Y. Flving Too Low- prom the election called to establish survey' committees, where in Alexander county only 55 votes were cast both for and against the- proposal --considerably less than the number of schol board members in the county. MARKETS LIVESTOCK ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Jan. 13.--uU--(USDA)-- Livestock: Police said the plane apparently was flying too low over the wooded area as it circled to approach nearby Washington airport. ( Its landing gear vas down and) locked in position. The two-engine craft sheared off tree tops and nosed into the ground about ICO yards from the Potomac river near Ft. Foot, ?.!d. It turned over and its two motors',,. » , D--«. i. *.i ·Acre thrust back into the fuse-i"- "· rrircnetT, ' OH, AUKrr/, COME OKI-- ' HERE'5 AGRAKJD- '%? STAMP SEAT/ /W FUNNIER FACES /\ THAM A MOVIE / COMEPX 'SPECIALLY I WHEM SHE (SETS · V BEHIND HIS EARS/ - / i- · r ^r , WHY MOTHERS GET Rites at Eldorado Friday 1 p. rn. for partment. ! resident of Saline coilnty, died \ The plane, due in V.'ashington Hogs '16,100: salable 15,500; mar- at 4 a. m. EST., had left Winston- ket generally 25 to 50c lower than i Salem at about 3 a. m.jind \vas Monday at 2 p. m. in Akron, Ohio. \ where" he had lived for the past 20 years. He had been ill for a Indiana Man Seeks !o Recover Gambling Losses About Town And Country (Continued from Pr.gc One) action on the annexation of V.'c.si j Ilarrisburg i v n i A v \ P A T T C T 10 n-nJ Tiie Saline County Board of INDIANAPOLIS, .Tan. 13-L.R), Supervisors studied the possibilit --A former county clerk sued l*o «r converting the cuuntv farm in for chiOiU- to 25c lower: bulk of good and i the Washington airport. choice 180 to 300 Ibs., S28 25: top. 1 $28.50 for several hundred head of. choice J80 to 230 Ibs. Most 160 to 170 Ibs., $27.25 to $28: 130 to 150 Ibs.. $24.50 to $27; 100 to 120 Ibs.. $20.75 to $24. good His body will arrive in Eldo- (alleged gambling casinos today for, to a nursing home u rado on the New York Central $26.829 he claimed he lost shoot- c " 1Iv i}1 ur ' d "'firmed. -^f *7-4^ »i »v* T«*T-ir1n*: r -ir»rl *i*i!1 lir» . _ . i /^ \ ' i -n T Dismiss Sheiton Suit to Cancel Hamilton Oil Lease J . M V 4 V V / i l I A I V A * V- »» J. V** *v V O V A I V L * * . 'at 7:45 a. m. Friday, and will be 'taken to the Martin funeral home in that city. Services will be held | in the chapel of the funeral home jon Fridav at 1 p. m.. with the Rev. H. D". Rose of Akron. 0.. officiating and interment will be in Bramlct cemetery. ing craps during the last fivef Conni^ YanderPInym began co;i months stiucl.on of his r.c:; garage bu:!d Suits'filed by Charles R. Etting- in ". 0!1 South V i n c - :rc " L ranging from $160 to $2.681 daily. sows. 450 Ibs. down. $25 to S2o.oO:, , , , - , , , ,~ few S 9 575- over 450 Ibs. $24.251 DANViLLE. ill.. Jan. 1*- ".-'·· lew s_o./o. over *DV .us., o J | _ Fcdcra , Judge v.'altcr C. Lmd- wife. Ethel, and the i lc\ yesterday dismissed a suit by brothers: Jess Pritchett of Was"- j ; William R. Sheiton and five other members of the SheHon family In more than 50 sessions with the Mrs. C. \V. Wlntlcy wab elected president or the Fifth divis-ioi.. l dice, he said, he" only managed to American Legion auxiliary. , ivin ;hree umes. i Six thousand i)t-rsons attended 1.500. all salable. Market moderately active and prices fully steady with Monday. Cows particularly- active.' few' loads of m'edhinv to good steers. $24.50 to S29.oO: me- - ;,, « « son: Lee Pritchett of Chicago: Jim' JT S.^ s ,TMr · °" PntrhMi r,r 7iP P lor- nnrl rhnriio Indianapolis insur . . h ' S seeking to cancel an oil and gaj Pritchett of Muddy. lease on their land in Hamilton} Bounty. of Ziegler; and Charlie. SS Ivgood heifer^ ^ mixed " Lindley said the Shelt^ had ^ vearlin^s $20 to $28- good cows, "failed to state a case s:id g..\cli5 $Stf'$22^om-mOn and medium t h e m M days to f.lc an -mcndeo Fc -IJessie B. insurance agency after it went into receivership. Statements at a court hearing on the receivership action s,hov.ed the firm had lost between $35.000 and $50,000. Ettinger refused to ans- a gospel singing program at the fairgrounds. The coal scam \\as reached at the new I'cabody 43 mine nnd «1 coal car.-., ovcr'.uincu p.isi-r.^ by the old 43 site. Capt. and Mis. K. ,B. Sharp of Iht Salvation Arnn ' announced to $22: common and medium . beef cows. $16.50 to $19: canncrs j complamt : and cutters. $13 to $16.50: good beef bulls. $21.50 to $22: medium BABY SITTING. INCLUDING dish washing and hand sewing. $2 for three hours, additional time $1 per hour. Phor.c 967R. 164-2 ---- dominantly trucked in native BOY. 20. WANTS GENERAL 1 lambs. Market not farm \\ork. with living quarters for mother and self. Some experience. Ralph Millcs. Rl. 4. Box Kinswood Oil Company. Jackson. For GOP Delegate ' Jessie B. Evans of Eldorado to- (3:«v announced that she has peti- questions about what had hap- that they had been pencd to the firm's money. Two establishments, the Gun Club and the Spinning Wheel. to Ccntralia. 'Ihe Saline Count/ Housing "'·- t!;ont% released ;i report that SE-S^f."»:.»S5K !m/T"SS, T»SyS5 r^^SJii-jif fSs* »H"^" rs "«* w "" to good sausage bulls. $19 to $21: will be elected in the April pri- ,= from both the 157A. UaYrisburs. s 164-2 LARGEST S T O C K OF WALL-; andf hardwood floors, new gas hot |paper in Southern Illinois. Na-i BLACK COIN PUKSK. CONTAIN- water heater, 2.car garage. .A tioaal Paint and Wallpaper Co.;cd little over $12: between K \fv4 Tmi? ffur' cr»miv»np fTfln hftr- 103-if'^:2rf S^'lrn Hrfvi» ?Ir-lirn l n executed. Besides William SJiclton. Sara. \V;l at $26 and above: no clipped lambs offered. Dak- Wilson, to assume cf county supt-rinteinicnt of s ton. Chicago Produce firmer: Slcriiirin- Boillrs Circulate Petitions Among the latest to circulate petitions for precinct committee- He said in 47 days of gn Butter: buy lor' someone. Can borrow $6.000.00 from F. H. A., sell- in'gj price $8500.00. , 4-room semi-modem house. Good buy at S35QO.OO. Lazich and'Lazich Atito Club' Phone 888 165-2 3-RM. HOUSE IN EQUALITY. Cecil Walhcn, Kt 1. Equality. * 103-lfja:xl Sc-Tcn Hdwc. istcr office. Kctum 415.947 Ibs.: firm: 90 krcVncsi«»rc 81 1-2 lo Ucg-i Eg5s: 24.^9 (8) Found cnse^: weak: c\- j Iras 1: 49: extras 2: 48: 3 and 4: 46: standards 1 and 2: 45: r. nnd 4: 43: current receipt*; 41 1-2: dirties 38: checks 37. FUR .COAT, GOOD AS NEW.j(9) Miscellaneous _ * . _ «*·« _^ * _*. o.l ft A *WI*^k TvT-i?»^-^»*^ ' SHEETS, COLUMNAR vMb. ifiks..-Harrisburg Printers.' SSouth'Vine street Phone 1180W. 4 170-tf Size 12. price $40- Artie Robinson, j Tel. 44R3. Carrier Mills. "'"-' Former State Senator, 93, . FOOT' REFRIGERATOR. . 776W2 or inquire at 708 N. - 1643 |(10) Instruction REFRIGERATION D ' es at and'framc. A real(bargain. S34.95.J SHORTAGE OF MEN FOR IN- MATTO Solcn Furniture Store. 164 ' 3 stallation and repair work. Thc ( F " n c r a 1 / TWO-PIECE L I V I N G ROOM suite., red BABY ljon g vclour, good spnngs] ' - - MATTOON. 111.. Jan. 13--TUX- jcrvjcci will be i Lr«mAB · % · » · « / · · ««··%· a ^,f«^« · · · ^ ^ · · * * · · · % » ., _ - »_ 1Tjk«M*III j^r* rtO TMTMT n«d for trained men to overhaul I morrow for John R-HamiHon. 93, CONDI- ! anf , , nsta]1 refrigeration and air former Republican slate senator. BUGGY. NICE Tc i. H83\V-1 ' ! G06D LUMP COAX,, $6 TON DE. « limed." JTel. 1I68W2._ . 142-tf ,HW)SON Sdan:,-l»6 6. coupje: ,. v .- Fonfor sedan. Harris- Motof Sales, Nash S^^ (4-A) For Trade . _ · _ «14I\* lltOKlII 1 V I 1 */-»*'· «».* VII 411J\« «111 ibo-i jconditioning equipment is urgent. "jlf you arc mechanically inclined iand have a fair education, look in- Hamilton pneumonia died yesterday of He served as state . senator from the 34th district , - ito this big pay trade. Lcara how 'from 1912 to 1932 He was a re- FULL LINE MAYTAG AM) OTH-jyou can get this training in spare er washer parts. Service on all ' mak'es. Williams Appliance Co., ~ time or evenings. No mterfcr- ence with present job. For full . 615 E P~oplar. Pho. 1146W. 123-tf information write at once, giving DAP c.. ropiar. r _ _'namc. address, etc. Utilities In- Source oT Gelatine i^TrORD COUPE A-l CONDI-Isiilute, in care of The Daily Reg-' Gelatine is obtained from various J tion priced to sell. 'Martin's Mar-'istcr. * 164-2 animal substances, sucK as skin j ' RU 45 near Carrier Mills. ] ligaments and bones ol animals, by ' ...MI Traffic at Pcalt treatment with boiling water. It is /»AYWrr/Vf1*» /vV4*;*sA*V «vA«A«\ nn£.%?*«j« ·165-1 liitrodacedl byprlesi ng was introduced by an priest in the 13th century. tired coal merchant here. Survivors include his wife, two brothers and a sister. Attorneys for Etlinccr said the! * * _ . _ . . j- · i i . . I BCV- THIS IS JUS T TH' DAY FOft. KA3SI" J HUKJTIW' YOU'LL NEVEH HAVE THATSUNJ A KICK COMING-IF VOU HAVE Passenger traffic in IMS was 32 P*r cent below the wair peak of 1944 39 per cent above the former J I*acc time peak of J92K commonly obtained when making SOU P where considerable bone 13 uscd - Whn * fl is a prolcfn, it is not i » complete one. .ART A S MOTORS f- "ifHE SEHl IJF SntlSFfltTIOil- X"

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