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January 28, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 4

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ADS CLASSIFIED THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG. ILU, WEDNESDAY. JANIIARY2^10-1S Charge Accounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Spec/of Discount for Cash-with-Order Minimum Ad Accepted TWO Lines (1) Notices Card of Thanhs IM. · n ^ 1(4) For Sale (Continued) (3) For Rent MARKETS in!' c*^cn iitvi %. · V.* .7 v---- -- -- dercd anv assistance in any way during the illness, death and func- "ox UK. c. Daily Register HEAT. BATH. 320 {Price Coal Yard. 178-tf LIVESTOCK ST LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Jan. 28-l-.W-USDA)-Livestock: i Hogs- 8.600: salable 7.500: act-1 ive: steady to 25e higher: 180 lo 250 Ibs.. $27.50 to\$27.75: practical top $27.75: short load. $27.85: 250 ~ to 300 Ibs.. $27 to $27.50: 325 Ibs., -i-Kuix-iviv - v TM $26.50: 160 to 170 Ibs., $26.25 to equalizer. Godard's Farm Market. $2723 130 lo 150 Ibs.. $22.50 to q H64 | 26 . 100 to 120 i bs . $16.50 to $21. . -- · 7- iGood sows. 450 Ibs down. $24.50 to COAL. QUICK DELIVERY. OLD S25 . fcw choicc . $25.25: over 450 iCY, ,,?_, V-..A Tel. 1143R2. lb 533.75 to $24.25; stags, $17.50 Carrier Mills Register KENNETH 11AKT Correspondent Honor Three With Pot Luck Dinner fleta Albright. Barbara Nell Km. . *mt f t -- I I . . I * . · 1« * i » * m-ate a deficit in tin- !»·!» I n of i war. · ,,,,,,...,.,«!,,.. in ' S i$ 750,000 Damage by \firc at Wood River i WOOD H1VKU. 111'. .Ian - A liiv rawed Ihrou:: aiui Barbara Todd. all of whom h-ive birthdays in January, were honored at a pot luck dinner re- WASHINGTON. .I"". 28.--H'-«!-- Democrats on the House \\ays and Means committee loday ac- ciiH-d the KtMuiblicai'* oi etulanfi- I ho nation's economy and by of S such beautlM Wai pieces. Revs. Joe Rose, and Charles Dm- Sole fce ice those who furnished music, and all others who helped in any Uay ' The Children. * 178-1 COAL. COKE, AND KINDLING. Call City Coal Yard, Tel. =- D1 ce a the home of Patricia · wins Iho nation's economy K bo-ni Guests were members; jeopardizing national securilx oi the Queen Esther's class of proposing an income tax cu U,e Methodist church of Carrier! about $0.000.000.000. Mi ll' ! The Democratic views on t h e ! Those in attendance were: Ruth . tax legislation wore contained in 132-t ! speed ' * ood 37 raotor . Eaton two- back end and 7-in. roller 2.800: salable 2.500: calv- -- ,, A*TTM FULL LINE MAYTAG AMD publicans for and nine Democrats ^ r strong OI1 a n classes. Several loads ~ The Republican majority defend- · » · * * * Celebrates First Birthday ed the bill on the grounds that it ·· · ·'··-· ,, ' iPtdl UUV.I* V»*v* ·*·»** · In Memonam j t £ pe } iv d ra ulic hoist. $650. Cash. In memory of our dear mother j css Raymer, Equality, 111. * 176-3 ^^tpSed'this iRe. olTSE: '36 HARLEY MO- inci., v v i u ^f T OQ «orcv::e for'36 car. Glen Oglesby. T ""_ . «-»·* r t--^--.^..* C 1 rPT.O year ago today, January 28. lvll __, ^ iv . ,, -v-n-'o The days are long and lonely 4 m j ^. of'Harnsourg. C 17 /-2 Our hearts are sad and blue j . __ There is not a day dear Mother ; AL £MITE LUBRICATION SER · That we do not think of you. ' - -- - - "-"-- "-*- KnSlSneth Price and __ MR. LEWIS AT Drug Store, Saturday, vice. Cc. es, 25c and 50c. Furniture Store. Furniture, including practically new kitchen run K e. bedroom suite, livintf room f u r n i t u r e and numerous other articles. Call M2K1. , _ i ^^ j[ VHJ, vli c*»i v »*··.'»·'»»·'· ·»*»-- ~- -- -- - -- -- -- ---- iof medium to good steers. $25.75 rurniiure DIUK.-. - · · lot medium 10 gouu siccta, ·?*"*.f ieu*ui«iw.^ · "*» ^.._.-.,.-.,, T ~ nnn , to $30: good heifers and mixed i oi Sharon Lynn Disney ; e c 1936 CHEVROLET COACH, GOOD . vearjing $25 50 to $2 8 ; medium Thc f , ret birthday of little Miss; is i » , · . _ i ,, d t ^V' T^nT^l f) T* t . _ o f . . . * _ ,_ c*Of*t ' _ v\. · _ _ ,, .1,-. * *· v. * i-v ·· /if *%, 1936 CHEVROLET COACH, tiuuij . yearJingSj $25 50 to $2 8 ; medium condition, cheap. 511 W. p °P£ r - heifers and mixed yearlings. $20 1 ' b ' ! tn S9.5- common and medium beef "essential to the long-run im- ^^j «pi*«/» W * * * * * * * * * * * · · - -- --- -- -" x,~r"'cows $17 to $20: good cows, $23: BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS, COL- j canncrs and cut ters. $14.50 Jto $17; See K . Dunn, Saline Motor 13--U I 6-RM. HOUSE AND 2-RM. HOUSE. | (5) Wanted i. i^ n ,, f n K«^i«n oil fr»nppri- in _ M owj^-i^j^i^Jt Ai^v* ^*«- -* - - i cannurs snd cutters. S14.50 to $!/, umnar pads, ledger sheets, filing i d b f bulls $2 2 to $22.50: sau- in . dexes '!t a . c bulls. $20 to $22: good and iVS' 'choice vealers. $25 to $33: common i f i f i t f a n d medium - s15 lo $25 ' 0 I sheep: 2.500: all salable: more i than 2.800 head in early. Virtual equipment, filing cases, inexes, | a , c bull S20 to $2 2 : g index cards. Harrisburg Printers, j h ». ce vcalers .$25 to S33; 22 S. Vine St. Phone 1180U.! ium . S 15 to $25. The nrsi on iHuaj "* nmv _.ii.-^,io i.o.-vii.*»* »« -- - .-· ssiron Lynn Disney, daughter o f j p r o v e m e n t in the American stan ^\ir -ind 'Mrs. Arthur C. Disney, i dard of living.' *iii. *»»·« _ . ._ , ..n^i _ _ _ / ..*: ,,-,,^ \ i..»i n^ r»nn i l l * l l l l l l l l j . · X i H * i * » ^ · ·^-·»'-- -- · i | * . « M * * » -V-* -- - - - -r»* was celebrated last Sunday at the; -These (wartime) rates wash house, barn, all fenced, in i Dorris Heights; good investment, is PASSENGERS ! ^r?nl* 1rt*-itMir*a r "for truss and 178-2 JMich.. leaving w-ui^*--.- house, now empty, corner Uohn Furlong, tel. 676W2. and Webster Sts., fine lo- 6- Sloan COAL AT B W MINE NO. 2 i ^gjm. house, newly painted, new (formerly Knickerbocker M i n e ) j stool and kitc hen sink, $2000.00; located north edge of Carrier Mills t down and balance terms. ^ 1/^-iz, __ r m moc jcrn house, fine full -- '- T , ^ _ T " I basement, grate in front room. REGULAR MEETING, EAGLES. , u tonight, 7 o'clock. Lunch wiH_ be i con- U iHv^l i U O I l «J *.»»»«*",» »· » - " - -- , A ^ . V . ' * . V .T- », , ., . , - - home of the child's grandparents.; stitutc a serious obstacle to ttie Vir and Mrs Ralph Greeney. C a r - j increase i:i production needed to i-ier Mills RFD 1. Sharing birth-j relieve current inflationary prcs- d-\ honors were Larry Gene Bra-, sure ." the Republicans said. f= t -n on 6f Mr. and Mrs. Robert i The GOP report contended that nr-tde'n and Ralph Greeney. whose · t n e tax cut could be made and birthdavs were on Jan. 'J2 ancl! s l ,ff i c ient funds loft over lo pro- i-O^MeSs ?S -^S,. U,e o=, r u r !^S t[ ^S^1n sS^Sh" *lam ^ 6 lo S26 - 25 - s c Si^^-^f i 1 "^ ~? 'tts 1 v -- ~ ! Chicago Produce | J," le \vhitlock. Mr. and Mrs. Ro-| tended that the_ ivniit.son I hert Braden. Mrs. Ralph Greeney,'---- ijohn Molinarolo. Jr.- Mr. and Mrs. ; Arthur C. Disney, and Mrs. No-, a Newman, great-grandmother of Sharon Lynn Disney. Mr. Jomes PolKtt, 109 Tyng St., Peoria; Thanks Rentox for quick rehe,-. TO BUY: USED TUXEDO AT/j once, single breasted, size 36 or 38. Ted Tucker. Raleigh, 111. "I/ -3 [ 1 U 1 K . S^ * l t t - "* A A W . . V . * v ^ - Hauptmann Real Estate 323 W. Church 177-2 TRADE: 1942 NASH 4-DOOR t -ith 1946 moto |-West Lincoln. 2 OR 3-RM. APT., unfurn.: prefer heat, ber Shop on S. Vine. Poultry: 17 trucks; steady. Fry Butter" 369,383 Ibs.; firm; 90 score 85. Eggs: 22,742 cases: steady. Ex- VTTRX- 7m 1 tras°l: 45: extras 2: 44; 3 and 4: TM£: i2? 42 1-2-43: standards 1 and 2: 42; iNOUlV Edl- ,, , A . . lome is "I have noticed relict \u h t -L . first bottle." writes Mr. Polli". 1 '· 6 or 7 years I have been bothered »nh ha-, iiiji'to Ret up niRljts..! have lost sU-q :mO It-It tired out all ot thc time- Until t ikinu Kt-Hox 1 was Kettitifi up o or i lime, a nUht but now 1 do not have to cot up at all and cati slecu riRiit tl}r»UK» until iv.orninK- I have tried s-evera kinds of pills fir my kidneys but tu.ruj ot the scJracd W help at all. Kent.A ha» JCLM a great help to rue and now th.it I .m UCtt':-« plentv of fkop 1 have more strength and "feel much belter I have also had heart trouble which has kep me from working. lwt » uw thal \,;"^ gettiiiK more rest there is not bo much strain on my heart. I ferl that Kf ib an excellent medicine." A SPLENDID MEDICINE That i what hundreds of people r-n- inij daily atxJtit this compound eliminating toxic poisons from tl-.i tt-ni. many so called condition; o! r i ni.'it'ism are relieved. Run down Uv. 1-ick of vitality and eiieu-.y are re'.. lle!pskidncys.!)I.idder.f.ettin'.;'Jp:.i Kenlux contains '26 me;; edienlA .1-' I be just what \ou have been IKH'- put you on the road, to bettor !K I'.et a little today at your dnu; -' lie sure to eel Kcntox. don't be -.^: iubbtitutc. TJ- i -j,;, JL **--I«J. fc jv**»««w*-"--' -- ' *i^B 9 3 and 4: 41-41 1-2: current receipts 178 ' 2 j 41-41 1-2: dirties 38 1-2: checks 37 TO BUY 50 SINGLE ACTION'- 1 ' 2 - ( 2) fc-to-j-^^^^ls^oj^Si: FS: --- ··" · - fr s*-r~. -f/^ TOI^U^I- miln Tiftrth nf (7^rrif»r Willis. TAX Dowell Grocery. 595W2.. Pho. 32 R . a n a , jurn size, practically new. J MC- ' Richcv, mile north of Carrier ? J_»CC1C, i. ii- ^-, »"'«-- new type David Bradley, Massey -- 1: - Moline. fl Jli 1^ Ui ilAAliJJ.V.Wf v.*« -- Write G. R. Borg, Biggsvijle 111. ,~, ««T,, *17A-9i Pho. 38F4. Stimson Blasts. Navy Jealousy *"l7024i (Continued from page one) ! !(5a) Help Wanted iWASSON COAL AND STOKER i V _J !_____- 'WAbbUiN CU^L, ^^v «i* v ""v;' -DAY j Jackson Ice Coal, Tel. 2oS. 132-tf : AT S. participation in the » r* l~\f\f\ f\f\f\ Germans sank /.uUU.uuu war. the tons of | Russian People Forbidden to Talk | To An? Foreigners MOSCOW. Jan. 28--T.R»-- The prohibited Rus- to foreig 10 K » 4an \ SHAWAXO. Wis.. Jan. 28.--a'J! '--The rest of the work! can run 'out of uas. coal, oil. kerosene and [ k i n d l i n g wood but Frank Krueger · of Shawano will stay warm so long as the well in his back yard sians and V. MOVING - LONG OR SHORT | QUICKIES distance. Also coal hauling. ISO 5 vein lump and stoker coal oil, treated. Harrisburg Transfer Co., ( Tel. 87. __:! VACUUM CLEANERS ARE OURJ -only business. 0. R. Buford Cit · ! Hall Bldg., ML Vernon, 111. Io2-t£ (2A) Bus. Opportunities RELIABLE PERSON. OPERATE j new 5c Candy Bar machines vend-. in« Hershevs and other nationally advertised candy. Will not interfere with present employment^ income starts immediately. $4oO.OO cash recjuired. Ever \ v ^ hca ^ and address to Box KUI-. care of The Daily Refgen if i i c i f T» -..»«« Germans sank /.UUU.uuu ions W1 jiinNter V .M. MOIOIOVS lurcigji T . t o ^ ^ ^ T T At7c ghTi Allied shipping "mostly in areas of n ce as the sole clearing house LAST! EASY DOLLARS FOR - . Xmeric ^ responsibility," stim ' f or contact with thc outside world. ;! Take ^uic^ orders for top ^ r ; sai(} | A Thc on i y exemptions to the ,, ,... * i i r ..^^ r.TM*t. ^ ^^ ^ ^^^ ^ nava i I blarket decree were the Ministry was the Armv which; o { Foreign Trade, which may .ian- mslv felt the" pinch." die foreign contacts with permis- t-riv in ine'war. he and Gen.lsion of thc foreign ofnce. and Geor"«e C. Marshall, then army such working. People as cierks. chief of staff, proposed use of [waiters and ticket sellers, radar-equipped aircraft under a t T h e clerks and waiters, howey Krueser uses the well to heat his house through a sysu-m called "reverse refriyoratipn." He is a :i and air conditioning I wraps, 12 others. Experience unnecessary Samples on approval, i ARTISTIC. 923 Way, Elmira.j^ Y. j °178-1 EXPERIENCED B O D Y AND .Sales, Nash Sales and His system of heating the house reverses the usual summer air- conditioning system by "squeezing" the heat from" thc water. The water is drawn from the '^8-foot deep well into his basement where it passes through the refrigeration unit. It goes into thc coils rauai-ciiuif F t ' 1 «»««.»~ -· ---single command against U-boats. But Adm. Ernest J. King, then Service, j 178-3 submarine, and to fight i , in "June. 1942, the late secretary l e t navv Frank Knox asserted that - - · · sunk a sub- Thp rlprks and waiters, nowev- erauon uii.i. n. ^"-^ -- --- t --- er wer!rSSied thev must restrict, at 51 degrees and comes out at 41 \.i\jii.3 wi* |/*-*»**-* 1 rf *· ,, . , : _ ^ . . r , r . ^ r t c - T * - » r i nrtfit under the criminal code. Punishment v;as not ied · of the process increases the heat : units in the coils and the air. ' when hot enough is pumped into , ducts heating the house. An automatic unit controls the PROTECT YOUR HEALTH AGAINST the HAZARDS of WINTRY -WEATHER _^\ Keep a supply of rc- Ikible home remcdi.- handy. Our drug store carrk- a bi.if slack of druc- ancT medicines. NEW GOODS ADDED DA3LY 3 33 £ 5^.t I. rmki PHARMACISTS CARRIER MILLS { M'vN OR LADY TO Se new 5c Candy_Bar^Machines vending all standard oc candv bars "It's a little machine I picked up in the Register W r ant Ads -it lays eggs!" CALENDAR REFILLS AND NEW 7 calendar pads. Harrisburg Printers, 22 S. Vine St. Phone 11P-OW. 160-15 sps Armv Air force j inquiry m" s ^ w . u "Vr7~ ~ Stimson also criticized the Army, Ministry of Foreign Affairs. \77T^ i T^tA/ *-J Uir Forces He said they were! Those exempted from the (6) E mP loyment_Wantcd_ | £ J°^ ed Q{ ,,,,,,, strategical | bition O n tzlking^^bu,^ not iront ijc , x »»^ "four degrees "above ^jiF ED - M i^ ssraio^T^^K ^^^^^ house work in city. Inq Bakers. 1301a Hobson L. Collier. (7) Lost ro ict-oii'.'. t . ifering bungler. ^ _ ^.^.! "hirh "foreigners were living. ' ' But Stimson VenUlIlfe «iii ai«»«*»«-«- --. \- · | i}Ut OllIUS"" uiiwus"^ - srsayc^KScrrt ^ ,..,_....,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, £dgs-r«r^r^« ^^^sr£^.^\\v m ^^^^ i -- o *r r \ _ : i _ . T^^^r^+rt^- 1 / /·!·? ! ^*-* I ^- t ·** , _ _ * w\ . i iite City Herrin. 111. Saturday, January 31 _ IN PERSON -- A MAN AND HIS BAND WHO WILL GIVE YOU THE MUSIC YOU WANT! sarv ^o-*«/.uv v.iu»i «·· quiVed. For interview give phone \ J-V-p^and" China ~boars. ' n " T A r '" ca /f 77 °l Endslev. near Harrisburg Coun- Ury Club. address, to Box IAC.. The Daily Register. 178-tf FOR PRIVATE PARTIES OR COMPLETE LLNE 0 F DU PONT banquets phone County 54F11- , H paints Natl0 nal Paint - The Country Club. Delay Action On CIPS Contract (Continued from page on£_ would run extensions up to 400 ·feet, he added. "The saving under street lighting contract cent" he commented. · ,, - T h e ordinance and contract were Sales. considered by the council last Ma i - W no final action ever was ta*-; H paints Natl0 nal l03 -" I and Wallpaper Co. Daily Register. Executive Beard (8) Found . SPECIAL ON PERMANENT WAV- '= in" Machinelcss oil permanent^, i $4: cold waves. S6. Wilson's Beau- i ty Shop. Dorris Heights. 171 -2 1(9) Miscellaneous T NASH ^00. 9.000 dent." . : To him it was an example of i ^ , he admirals'.- at.itud, t^he , ^WKSONVILL^ni.. Jan.^, TM. '^W^-jj^g-ig^ WATCH 'EMLAYI WA. *.»*»-· . -?-«J_ i .« t .,l T" T?^*in \V l building with the Army - i ed to him that Knox was _ as a child in their hands. g sheriff Edward T. Ryan , Gen. Instruction contention" MacArthur. t a u ' h t , -- - Stimsor. said the war tau m lessons--that both serxice-. V1(lf consecutive year at the ass " annual convention here es-: r ( a v £1( ; cted v j cc presidents and" Service.! rccr in Radio and Electronics.. m 173-tfKvrite today for information p n ! 0 f ' s W f f "was «. r . . how you can prepare for a real fu-1 lrumcnt of top-level decision: LARGEST S T O C K OF WALL-Jture.* a3:d that "the traditional mutual TMr in Southern Illinois. Na- School approved for G. I. Tram- . t of paper in .Soutncmjumois^ rn \. na Xcw " classes starting every ^ ^riouslv four lessons--that DOTP. ser V ^. E1( ; cted vice presidents were should "listen closely to the scicn-, rf E Spajn hower. Peoria: Charles lists:" that central. clear : cut coni-j Dahlcr . Galesburg: and Eu-enr- Lnd is .vital: that thejomt chieii| u Fontainc Kankakee. Elcclea 6 The CIPS ordinance discussion s p aper , n owuiiiv«« '····--- ~ r ~',-. na foUowed remarks . by Bluford . tional ?a int and Wallpaper^Co ,«j Se^SW^SfSS 1 ^ 0 ^ ! ---! LOUISVILLE RADIO.SCHOOL months to go before be available Irom taxes, is .getting short of cash. Most Cut Expenses i \^ f xyuttivi* v^***^*?^-"" c-- -'" '--r" » ;« · La Fontainc. Kankakee. an impc/f^^^'ito the executive board t e ra lhc two services had "destructive effect. Eledc-u |U U.VUIUI" **·* ******··· i v l terms were Howard Lee/ on and Fred B. Wilmotn. Hari- isu u^. The Rev. John Fan ell. Danville, was chosen chaplain. ; telephone cr 4G2 YOUK OWN body and fender BUSINESS rebuilding. but we the bone," Row Brawl; '. (Continued from page one) : i^n71r^mds. That was whc^ "Ficcuon expenses · «-.· and Januarx-. and the 10 per ccnt, 327 n SSc to employes has cut .down *? isc " ..51 »,-.,-« «;ih vL-hi HY II CANDID -ir.-V 1 3 , lC .. s . i , Inquiries invited COAL. S6 TON DE- ·, in 1 TCO\t"O T.19_tf t ^*"il JL1OO**«. Ji*** *·* · ·* _ j lo go into -- ·\ND1D CAMERA. Learn to do this work in a »ew ·VinVhut'.cr. Phone-short, months. i / w l , Irom \cis ano -- TRC laii-^i*" 0 *- 1 * "*·*--- «--;;w TI«« ,,..,, . . imv « -(now for details lo i*ox L. i. in «/.rrific and thc plav will tx; c uio ^^^^e^^riSiEo^TT^T^inXE NO. 2jcarc of Thc Daily Register. " 178-1 .to^.ernfic^ J . ^^ ^ lnc IH . V ,, - '/r«,«,^T-^- Vnirt^rhocker M n C) , Harding. Convention operate." Mavor H. J. »»«··»-.' 'x-- ·-.-- -. . cil vcstcrdav that action is aboxu Sect started on the Saline County ss s srttf'jsa 0 "^ ·= - KKS - SuSSey and Waller Wilson near ^"^gS to build ton now - - *·--.« ], c ^^tcd. i ^»^. »l - » » "· -»- - - . - \ i '·(formerlv Knickerbocker M i n e ) , , * . * . _ * . / - ^ » _ ; _ _ A f . i i r - (formerly KnicKc-rooc.Nt-i .. . " v . / . -- - . the cor,n-; locatc( j north cdcc of Carrier Mdls.-^ ern b ers hlp Cards i7212 ;XAo;!rH hv Countv · Mailed by County _ _ _ * * in io icrruic anu .»«; i"*«.' · - ·Srictlv for keeps. In a general v av i will be the party regulars g^ a«ainM thc youns Turks in an Ohio ^^.^ content which will earn.- its biltcr- ,SSs into *c Republican national convention and maybe into a '"* - m . * _ _ _ «!-·* ^-/'k/\Tl ar-eriy b-lanccJ feed isa'.l- OCCihcNT Lro in? a feed :h^t supplies an a'oun- d.T.cc of the tiumios. minerals -nd pro:c:ns th:: j;ood layers need. - -^ " K e e p O C C I- 1.^ in the feeder r.t all times, antl watch ess p r o d u c t i o n ly ] tilano s reeo Dorrisviilc ' Phone 220R 25c the s 11 AT.XESS. ! Tuberculosis Ass'n Kr.sco. S mi.l Itsll r*ocialion by-laws. 2SV?2^1..w.««l ·££*£ ="= WLLPAKR Hundreds of 15e.^ New I 'alt cms I Viced To Save Y.w Money Barter Wiirnoth Wallpaper. Paint Hlass Co. 5 W. Church Phone 304 heat up thc i'---.be costly on election day. r*ociauon oy-ia«r.. (; ov Thomas E. Dcwey oi .cw To dale, thc Christmas Seal sale Yo rk can observe the Taft-Stasscn h:,s reached a total oi S3268.5G. row w ith considerable satisfaction v h i c h is S241.G1 under thc amount onh . iO ] on g as it falls short oJ , ; ,,,ed la.st year. jarring party harmony right down "Additional" contributors who have to iu.'fo«nd.itions. At '^J ^" ^51^^^" thdr Chr ' Slm " mS'ciK 1 B«T£fuS l So! j ^ i!^6 OLV ^ 'tf HEV- ET A LOAD OF THAT-THS BOOV-WHAT'S Wp.ONG MR.G2AVES- " SUS1JOESS fMATi YOU TJEED JS TO TAK£ YOUR TAR-TO FOR FtMOEP. AMO \i £';-C«- S T V , - \r' m^--: ^UEVr:-^ Injuries to, ttc Approximately 250,000 finger irv Church Phonc 30 1 inan t««-.xu,^,- -^ ----^TM n .S(^* »,-. - -» ^ -,--- , S^ Of these, 25.0W flnscr inju- jlc r:cs. Uzzlc ^ ^fSn ^ !rcor such M °^ Cr mCr Ss. 3500 toe injuries and 5,000 eye anccs. Carrier Mills, Tel. ^'^ Thft Dai]v RcgistCTj 2 0c a week, matched in a lifetime, are of a permanent nature. J jfa ^* .'SPAPERf

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