Herald and Review from Decatur, Illinois on March 6, 1953 · Page 36
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36 CLASSIFIED ADS DECATUR HERALD Decatur, Illinois, Friday, March 6, 195S. LOSE SOMETHING Get It Back . Through a Low-Cost HERALD and REVIEW Lost 7 Ad Dial 5151 Sell Your "Don't Needs" Too! Dial 5151 Place your ad by mail (write Herald and Review Classified Dept.) by calling in person at the Classified Counter, or by phone. Dial 5151 Ditlov Brought The Decatur Herald RATES BT MAIL '-'.. In Trading Area Daily and Sunday Daily except Sunday Back to Clinton Clinton, March f (Staff) Meyer Ditlov of Chicago was ar rested there today on a Dewitt County grand jury indictment charging him with conspiracy. He was brought to Clinton by Deputy Sheriffs William Barrett and Edwin Westray. The indictment against Ditlov was the result of the arrest several months ago of Ditlov and Joseph Siciliano, also of Chicago. Both were charged with conspiring with Clarence Cox of Clinton, tired state rood inspector, to overlook shipments of horsemeat in bis district. An indictment also was returned against Siciliano, but he has not been apprehended. WISCONSIN MAN DIES IN MOWEAQUA HOSPITAL Moweaqua, March 5 (Special) Ora C. Pyatt, 66, retired Tomah, Wis., farmer, died at 1 a. m. today in Moweaqua Hospital where he had been a patient five days. He had been visiting in Illinois since the first of the year. He leaves two sons Donald of Moweaqua and Edward of Assump tion; a daughter Mrs. Agnes cut- terfuss of Beloit, Wis.; three brothers, Lester of Ramsey, Roy of Granville and Morris of Vandalia, and s sister Mrs. Virgie Matrix of Vandalia. Services will be held at 1 p. m, Saturday in the Ater Funeral Home, Macon, with burial in- St. Elmo Cemetery in St Elmo. Friends may call at the funeral home alter 5 p.m, Friday. 1 year 6 roonthe 3 months I month 1 week $11.00 b.UU 3.2S 1.35 .35 1 year 6 month! 3 months 1 month 1 week $9.00 5.00 2.75 1.15 3Q Sunday Only One Year $5.00 Outside of Trading Area Daily and Sunday Daily except Sunday 1 year $18.00 6 months 9.75 3 months 5.25 1 month 2.25 1 week .60 1 year $13.00 6 months 7.25 3 months 3.75 I month 1.50 1 week .40 Sunday Only One Year $6.00 Canter rates apply on subscriptions by mail in any town or territory having carrier service. Remittance should be made by check or money order. The Herald cannot assume responsibility for currency or stamps. RATES BY CARRIER Per Week Herald Daily Only except Holidays 25c : Herald and Sunday 35c Sunday and Herald and Review 60c- Ma triage Licenses Richard L. Wiese, Maroa Joan C. Lebkuecher. Springfield - 21 20 Divorces Granted IN CHRISTIAN (Pans City ' Court) Baker. William I. from Tuba A.: Lauah- lin, Marion from Gary; Byrne, Delia joseprune from uiartes a.. - IN LOGAN LETTERLE. Orville from Hazel; W1XHAM, Nelva W. from Merle W. BAKER. Mr. and Mrs. Glen, Mattcon boy, March 5, Mattoon Memorial. MATHENY, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil. Lincoln, gul, March 4, Deaconess, Lincoln. MENKE, Mr. and Mis. Bernard, Str. Mane, girl, March 3, jn nnysician a oltice. newton. . NEECE. Mr. and Mrs. Dale, Pans, boy, fet. 28, IluDer Memorial Hospital. STEFFENS, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd, Lincoln, girl, Marcu 5, ueaconess, Lincoln. THOMAS, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L;, Kural rloute I, boy, March 4, uaMtJ. TRIMBLE, Mr. and Mrs. Loren, Deland, girl, March 4, Carle Memorial Hospital Champaign. WILLIAMS, Mr. and Mrs. Omie V., 3240 Chestnut, girl. March 4, DftMC. WRITTEN, Mr. and Mrs. Richard, Ram sey, girl, March I, sinner Memorial Hospital, Pane. NO PROTEST HEARD ON STATE FAIR BEER BAN Springfield, March 5 (AP) Gov. William G. Stratum said today he has received only "good in connection with a proposed ban on serving beer at the State Fair m Springfield. "No complaints have been re ceived and there have been some iments," he told newsmen. Stratton said last Monday he s to make a decision soon on the beer question. He said protests against selling alcoholic beverages at the fairgrounds had been received from ministerial groups and others. The fair is held annually in August. complii plans NAPERVILLE CHILDREN'S DEATH NOT BY FOUL PLAY Wheaton, 111.; March 5 (AP) Authorities said today the deaths of two Naperville children, whose bodies were found Feb. 3 in the DuPage River after a long search, were not caused by poison or other foul play. Dr. Walter T. R. Camp, state toxicologist at the University of Illi nois Medical .School in Chicago, made this report to the DuPage County Coroner Wednesday. Dr. " Camp's report showed that drowning caused the deaths of Jean Petersen, 6, and toward Kosen- stiel, 3. Bora to Legal Notices Funerals Decatur 1A 06 1A NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is 'herebv .riven that a tentative budget and appropriation ordinance for the Tow n ot Decatur, in the County of Macon, Ntafe nv lllinrna. tnr flu, fitnl war hctn. ning March 16th, 1953, and ending March Services 2:30 p. m. Friday, Chapel. Inter- Calvert, Mr. John C. 15th. 1954. will be on file and conven iently available to vublic inspection at Town Clerk's Office. 102 County Bids., 200 Block East Wood Street, Decatur, Illinois, from and after 1 1 o'clock A. M., seventh day of March, 1953. lNoticr- is further given hereby that a public hearing on said budget and appro- ? nation ordinance will be held at 1 o'clock . M., seventh dav of April, 1953 at the Town Clerk's Office, 102 County Building, 200 Block East Wood Street at Decatur. Illinois in this Town and that final action on this ordinance will be taken by tne electors at tne Annual I own Meeting to be held at. 2 o'clock P. M., Tuesday April 7, 1953. Dated this 2nd day of March. 1953. - - B. F. Johnson t ' Supervisor V Ralph E. Brown Clerk. - NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all persons that Mondar. Mav -4. 1953. is the claim date in the estate of Eva May Kirkendall, deceased, pending in the County Court of Macon County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against said estate on or be fore saia date witnout issuance of su mom. - - ' The Millikin Trust Company. Executor Monroe ft McGaughey, Attorneys 502 Millikin Bids., Decatur, Illinois - Central Illinois Deaths NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all persons that nionaay, may 4, iy?s, is tne claim dare in the estate of Patrick Mallov. De ceased, pending in the County Court of Macon County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against said estate An or before said date without issuance of summons. William H. Vahrenhold, Administrator Evans ft Kuhle, Attorneys Millikin Bids.. Decatur, Illinois ment Graceland Cemetery. call at Mineral Dome. Friends may J. J. Moran & Sons Longenbaugh, ' Rev. Isaac W. Services 2:30 p. m. Friday,' First . Evsngelical United Brethren Church. Friends may call at funeral home and at church from noon Friday until service time. Dawson &- Wikoff Surface, Hazel L. : ' Services 1 p. m. Friday, Chapel. Burial Mt. Gilead Cemetery. Friends may call at funeral home. Dawson & Wikoff Where to Go -7C 06- Anto motive -11- U ANY REASON why not tonight? Call up CHEVROLET, 1947 Fketline, radio, heat- OLDS MOBILE, 1951 Super 88 deltrre your best girl and come to the Lincoln square aavem, 121 rv. wain. "AUTHENTIC Antiques" in city on route tx, isli so., oth, apnngnrm, in. Buy and tell. ' - BEMENT THEATRE, Benwnt: In techni color. -Lady ui ik iron masar-, iuts Hayward, Patricia Medina. Also "Feudin" Fools," Leo Gorcey, Hunts, Hall. 7C OS CARDINAL INN, Warrensbarg on Routt 121. We serve deuaous chicken, steak, and shrimp dinners. I a, so. to 10 p. an. daily. - 7008 CARRYING YOUR LUNCH? You needn't you know; we've got a hot meal that s ready to go. Ph. 3-7751. The Flying Plate. 7C 06 CHICKEN FRIED STEAK with golden french fires, salad, bread and butter, only $1.00, served daily 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 . JJeMarr s bnu, ISO Merchant. - 7C 1 pjn. COLDEST BEER in town. Decatur Drive-in, rear 551 N. Water. 716 E. Eldorado. No parking problem. . 7C 06 CREST THEATRE, Cerro. Gordo, 111.: . "Carribean", in technicolor with John Payne & Arkne Dahl. 7C 06 FISH FRY TONIGHT at the El 'Rado Inn, 2159 E. Eldorado. Enjoy Lura's home cooking plus the finest bar drinks, beer and wine. 7C 06- -1A 07- Thomas, Mr. William V. Services 1:30 p. m. Saturday Chapel.' In terment Fan-lawn cemetery. Friends may call at funeral home after 2 p. Friday. J. J. Moran & Sons NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, April 6, 1953, is the claim date in the estste of Charles O. Casey, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Macon County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against said estate on or before said date without issuance . of sum- Eva Davia Casey. Executor Charles 1. Lee, Attorney 615 Millikin Building BALDWIN, Shirley H., 62, Lincoln, died l uesaay; services i p. m. rnosv . in Wright Funeral Home, Lincoln; bunal in Atlanta Cemetery. BURGESS, Alvin, 76, Mattoon, died 7:40 a. m. mursday in Charleston Hospital, leaves son Henry, New Bedford, 111.; daughter, Mrs. Helen Wiggins, Bhifbrd, body in Mitchell Funeral Home, Mattoon; arrangements incomplete. CRADY, Guy, 41, Assumption, died 2 E. m. Thursday in St. Clara's Hospital, incoln: leaves wife. Wif la: son. Charles. Assumption; daughter. Miss Joyce Crady, Assumption; mother. Mrs. Teresa Crady, Louisville, Ky.; brothers, Stoy and Harlie, Lebanon Junction, Ky.; Roy and James, Louisville; sisters, Mrs. Ella M. Schneider, Mrs. Estelle Woithman and Mrs. Mary Walters, Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. Gongola Skaggs, Alexandria. Ind.; services 2 p. m. Sunday in Mt. Pleasant Church of God near Assumption; burial in church cemetery; Stauter Funeral Home, Assumption, in charge. MILLER, Mrs. Beulah, 64, near Browns- town, died :iu a. m. inursday in names Hospital, St. Louis: leaves husband, John; son, Durward, Brownstown; brother, Harold Logue, St. Elmo; sisters, Mrs. Leona Schneiter, Taylorville; Mrs. Mary Garrison, St. Elmo; services 2 p. m. Sunday in Mt. Carmel Evangelical United Brethren Church near Brownstown; burial in Mt. Carmel Cemetery; Claggett Funeral Home, Brownstown,, in charge. NANCE, Mrs. Mary B., 64, Tower Hill, oiea i:su p. m. mursday in rtuber Memorial Hospital, Pana; leaves husband, William; sons, Charles. Tower Hill; James and Joseph, Pana; Phillip, Milwaukee; David, with Annv in California: dauffhters. Mrs. Faye Jones, Brazil, Ind.; Mrs. Berna- ame neeves, vsnvwe; Mrs. Hum toot, Shelbyville: Miss Betty Nance. Coal Citv: brothers, N. L. Nowlin, Alton; Locke, Dewitt;- Guy, - WarwUn- Thoraar,--" Peoria; the Rev. Ray Nowlin. Bloomington: sisters. Mrs. Eric Jscobson, Dewitt; Mrs. Harry Thomas, Normal; body in Stumpf Funeral nome, rana; arrangements incomplete. SHANKS, Mrs. Addie J., 68, Pana, died i;iu p.m. inursoay in nome; leaves sons, Ralph and Russell, Chicago; Orville, Pans; body in McCracken Funeral Home, Pana; miikcbicii) incomplete. STOREY, James William. 80. WaseHa. died 10:40 p. m. Wednesday in John Warner Hosnital. Clinton: trim mn Homer, Decatur; daughter, Mrs. Edna Mills. Clinton: sisters. Mrs. Anna Until, Flint, Mich.; Mrs. Sarah Wicker, Lans ing, mien.; airs, iviary stooge ot Arkansas; body at Herington-Reeser Funeral Home, Clinton, services 2 p. m. Saturday, Wapella Christian Church; burial. x.mig a-oini vemeiery, nortn ot wapella. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all persons that Mondav. Anril 6th. 1953. is the claim date in the estate of Frances Irene Bramble, Deceased, pending i trie County Court of Macon County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed ' against said estate on or before said date witnout issuance or summons. ' The Citizens National Bank of Decatur, Administrator. Weflepp ft Wilson, Attorney. NOTICE OF LETTING (I) Sealed proposals will be received In the' office of the County Clerk at Decatur, Illinois, until 11:00 o'clock A. M., March 12, 1953 for furnishing materials required in the maintenance of Patrols 1 & 2 & 3 County Macon and at that time publicly opened and read. (21 Pronosals shall be submitted on forms furnished by the Coupty which may be obtained at the office of County Superintendent of. Highways, and shall be enclosed in an envelope endorsed "Material Proposal, Patrols 1 ft 2 e 3." (i) the right it reserved to reject any ad all nronosals and to waive technicali ties. Proposal guarantee will be required. A surety bond tor the roll amount ot tne award will not be required. ny urder ot Macon uounry xjoara ot Supervisors December 10,1952. - Laurence tangney, ivotmry cierg. LeraJ Notices RALPH M. RILEY GETS AIR FORCE CITATION Ralph M. Riley, former Decatur resident, recently received a com mendation tor outstanding perform- ance of duty as a civilian safety engineer with Military Air Trans port. - ....... . . - He returned several months ago to the United States from Hawaii and is with Air Defense Command headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colo. . The citation was for his work at Hickam Air Force Base where his system reduced the overall accident rate by 43 per cent. ' PIATT SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO GET INCREASED AID Montfcello, March 5 (Staff) Six Piatt County school districts will share a total of $52,776.74 in state aid funds in 1953, according to Raymond A. yuinian, assistant county superintendent of. schools. This amount, for the 1951-52 school year expenses hut payable in, 1953, is an increase of $182.76 over the amount received in 1952. ;' The first check for $4,398.96 for 1953 was received recently by Supt. Frank Wrench and distributed to the several schools.' NOTICE OF CT ATM TATB Notice is hereby given to all persons that monoay, sipm o, i53, is tne claim date in the estate of Charles W. Stmiffer TV- ceased, pending in the County Court of Macon Countv. 'Illinois, and that claims may be filed against said estate on or be- xore sua aate witnout issuance ot sum mons. ' Richard I. Grav. Administrator weoper and Webber. Attorneys NOTICE OF CLAIM T1ATP Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday. May 4, 1953, is the claim date in the estate of Ada Stones Chapin, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Macon County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. ' Frank A. Chapin, . Executor James S. Baldwin, Attorney " FRIED CHICKEN! V4 fried chicken served with golden trench fried potatoes, salad oowl, bread and rmtter, dessert, only l.tu. lower Late, Kts. a 31. GRAND THEATRE, Sullivan! "Assign ment rans". Ulna Andrews, Malta loren, George Sanders, Audrey Totter. Matinees 2 and 4, night trom c-:su. 7j 00- -IA 07- IF IT'S A QUESTION of eating, here is tne answer, linve over to nenya s, io-komis, HI. Fine food tastefully prepared and pertecuy served. Vj uo- Wykoff, Arthur Services 1:30 p. m. Saturday, -Chapel. Interment Fairlawn C meter. Friends may call at funeral home. Dawson & Wikoff PERFECT SCENE not complete without Canadian Ace beer boa Ralph s Pub. 135 a. uaiuana. suy a case. 7J UI PUBUC PARTY, Fri. p. ea. I. O. O. F. Hall. U. s. Army Moines rott .no. 1. C 0 Funeral Flowers 1C 07 IO RUMMAGE SALE, 547 N. Broadway. choice am cars. Fnday ere., all Saturday. 7C 06 p RUMMAGE SALE 551 N. Broadway Thus, evening, Fri. all day. Men's women's, children's clothing.- Miscellaneous articles, uemocrat women's study liun. 7V oo- HOURANS FUNERAL AND OTHER FLOWER! Phone 5305 "ON THE CORNER" Water at Wood St. RUMMAGE SALE: Men's women's and 'a dothina. electrical uonliances. j - 1 t: 1 . . una, Sjua m ncjuc. waning mi nine. many other articles Thurs. evening, Fri 9 to 9. Sat. 9 to 5. 1 1 16 N. Water. Zohak Revellers Club. 7C 06- RUMMAGE SALE: Plenty of children! clothing. Fn. evening, all day bat. 551 IX. Broadway. 7tJ DO- Card of Thank 1 -02 06 THE. family of the late James Ponder desires to express their heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy rendered during tneir recent bereavement. The Walter Ponder Family. RUMMAGE SALE: 754 N. Water, 1:30 p. m. Fnday, all day Saturday, ooou .-mrnmg ana otner articles. RUMMAGE SALE, 754 N. Water, Sat. night, bun. all day. uiotrung ail sues, miscellaneous articles. 7C 07- Cemetery Lots and Monuments s -05 07- SCENIC THEATRE, Assumption! Show-; ing "The Lawless Breed," starring nock Hudson and Julia Adams. vti ut- OLD CAPITOL MONUMENT WORKS: Box 27, Vandalia, since 1920. Largest dis play of monuments, markers in central 111. Open daily and aunday attemoon. : 05 07 - QUALITY MEMORIAL CO., Decatur's largest display. South of Graceland Cemetery office. In Clinton, 111. Ray't I block north Postoffice. STATE OF ILLINOIS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS For work to be constructed under the Motor Fuel Tax Law. 1. Time and Place of Onenins Rids. Sealed 'proposals for the improvement of the road described herein will oe received by the Board of Supervisors at the office of the County Clerk, Decatur, llbnou, until 11:00 o'clock A. M., March 12, 1953, and at that time publicly opened and read. z. uescnpuon ot wow. (a) ine proposed work is officially known as Con tract maintenance 1739 ra aiumn yuumr, and is located as shown on maps of 'Patrol' No. 2 and Patrol No. 3 on tne In tne County Superintendent of Highways' office. (b) The proposed Maintenance is to be Bituminous resurfacing 1" (Min.V thick and 18" in width of Subclass Ml Surface Course. 3. Instructions to Bidders, (a) Plans and proposal forms may be obtained from the County Superintendent of Highways, De catur, Illinois. (b) All propossls must be accompanied by a bank cashier's check, or bank draft for ten (10) percent of the amount of the bid, as provided in the "Standard Spe cifications tor Hosd and Bridge tonnruc-tion" prepared by the Department of Public Works and Buildings of the State of Illinois and adopted by said Department on Tannarv 2. 1952. 4. Rejection of Bids. The Board of Supervisors nurses the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive technicalities. By order of The Board of Supervisors of Macon County. ALAN N. BUCK, County Superintendent of Highways. December 10, 1952, Decatur, Illinois. Masonic Temple Activities CA -6A 06 CERRO GORDO LODGE NO. 600: Spec ial meeting rn. 7:30 p. m. 3rd degree. 6A 06 MACON LODGE NO. S. Sutcd meeting t-nday, 7:30 p. m. 6A 06 SOUTH MACON LODGE NO. 467: Special meeting, Friday 7:30 p. m. Second degree. 6A 06 - STEPHEN DECATUR LODGE 979: Spe- ciai mecunK rnoay o:au p.m. jna ascgrce- visitors welcome. - 1 1 - 06 i i ' SUMMIT LODGE NO. 43 It Hsrrlstown Fn. 7:30 3rd degree - - - - NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, April 6th, 1953, is the claim date in the estate of Douglas S. Williams, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Macon County, Illinois, and that claims may be tiled against said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. " HOWARD PICKETT, Executor. James 5. Baldwin. Attorney. - Sv. wW:V:-tfs KEWANEE GLOVE MAKERS STAY HOME IN DISPUTE Kewanee, March 5 (AP) Some 250 union workers failed to report for work today at the Boss Manufacturing 'Company in a dispute over piece work rates. The company, a glove manufac turer, is one of Kewanee's largest industries. Details of piece .work rates and 'union demands were unavailable. March 6, 1953 Nnnr-p I, O. M. Hunt, will not be responsible for any debts other than those contracted by myself. O. M. HUNT, i . 530 W. Center Decatur, Illinois .NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE No tire 1 hTfhv erivs tn all iwvmm !.. Monday. Avsril 6th. 1953. is the rl aim 1af in the estate of Henry J. Bauer, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Macon County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against said estate on or before said uate witnout issuance ot summons. - - . VORIS CONNER, Administrator Weflepp It Wilson Attorney. Fire Calls Thursday ' 3:25 p. m. 958 N. Van Dyke St.,' fire in Wilbur Greer home caused by break in line to gas stove; loss $75. State of Illinois, County of Macon, ss. . in tne county Court of - . Macon County, Illinois ' '' In the Matter tit th p.,;,.nn sa .1.- tj "L of the Last Will of CEPHAS A. BAlfc5, Deceased. . , No. 13892 ' r V NOTICE OF PETITION TO - PROBATE WILL To All Persons To Whom TM M. cem, Greeting: aou are Hereby notified that on the 8th day of January, A. D. 1953, an instrument ? Wn?F.EUIl,OI,inS IO Last Will of CEPHAS A. BALES, Deceased, was "fed in the County Court of Macon Coun-ftV1",0"' on 3rd dr of March, A. D., 1953, there was also filed an Amended Pennon, asking that the said instrument in Jnbi-ng b,.f,dmit,e,! " Probate as and for the Last Will of CEPHAS A. BALES, Deceased. - Said Amended Petition nates that the following persons are all the known heirs at law, legatees and devisees of the said Deceased, to-wit: Valentine M. Winter, Addie Sayler, Helen Green, Margaret Blank-enburg, Gladys Masterson, Bernice Robinson, Ruth Heitz, Margaret Adams, Clifton Adams, Florence Webb, Pauline Barker, Annabel Bedford and Vemon Blythe. That meother heirs at law, if any, of said Deceased, are unknown to said petitioner. You are further notified that the hearing of the proof of the said Last Will has been JPT saio court for the 6th day of April, A.D., 1953, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon in the 'County Court at vouri nouse in uecatur, Illinois, when and where you may appear and show ause, if any you have, why said instrument in writing should not be admitted to pro-5?a.te as. the Last Will of said CEPHAS A. oaus, increased. LAURENCE TANfiNFY. Clerk of the County Court of Dated at Decatur, Illinois, this 3rd day of Baud. Lippert, Limerick & Jones Attorney for Petitic.ner Decatur Club Building - -Decatur, Illinois ' i Personal 07 12 Alcoholics Anonymous, P.O. Box 903 -07 08- COLLECE STUDENT wants tide vicinity of Los Angeles or ban Franctsco about Mar. 22. Share expenses and refer ence exchange. 68)8. uc us- HAVE you a problem drinker? Write Glen- wood nouse, route 5, uecatur 0-3414. day in-patient treatment required. 07 06 I WILL not be resnonsible for bills, ex cept tnose contracted by' myself, jtius Hutchings, 811 H w. brand. Where to Go -7C 06- 1C BAKERY SALE: Sat. March 7. Staubers. Lincoln School P. T. A. 7C n7 . BARBEQUE-CHILU supper, Sat., March . warensourg v-urarauuiiy nma ol-uwi. Serving Marts 5:30. A trnival will 'bt sponsored by Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts. Junior, women uud serving. Let.! Notices f: . r r . . . ni: ..:. r.. 1 .. . x Streets and Public Improvements. - ; INUllUb lULUIVllUUjlUHS For work to be constructed under Motor Fuel Tax Law. 1. Time and Place of Opening Bids. Sealed proposals for the improvement of the thoroushfaze described herein will be re ceived at the office of the Council of the City of Decatur, Macon County, Illinois, until 10:0U a. m. Alarm lb, ivn and at that time publicly opened and read. 2. Descriution of Work, (a) The pro posed work is officially known as Section 69-C.S., N. Water St. (Arterial St. No. 1) Beginning at Station -0 01.2 A point 1.2 feet South of the South Line of East Green Street and extends in a Northerly direction to Station 6918. A total distance of 6.919.2 feet, of which 6,919.2 feet (1.31 Miles) arc to be im proved. - - fbl The DtoDosed improvement Is to be a resurfacing of the pavement with the necessary Leveling Binder and 1 Vi" of Binimi-nnus Concrete Binder Course and lVi" of Bituminous Concrete Surface Course Fine Dense-Graded Aggregate Type Subclass 1-1 1, also incidentals as shown on tne plans. . 3. Instructions tn . Bidders, (a) Plana. specifications and proposals may be obtained from the Municipal Engineer upon payment of $5.00 by bank draft, bank cashier's check or certified check, payable to the order of the City Treasurer of Decatur, Illinois. Currency will not be accepted. No Elans, specifications and proposal forms will e issued after 12 M (Noon) March 14, 1953. No refund will be made tor plans, specifications and proposal forms returned. 'hi Plane, merifiratinns and nrorjosal forms are on file in the Office of the Mayor subject to the inspection of all parties de siring to bid. c) All sronossls must be accompanied by a bank draft, bank cashier's check, or certified check for 10 of the amount of the bid, made payable to the order of the City Treasurer, Decatur, Illinois. If a multiple bid. is submitted, the bank cashier's checks or bank drafts, which accompany the individual proposals making up the combination will be considered as also covering the multiple bid, or bidder may submit one proposal guaranty. for 10 of the' total of the multiple bid which will also be consid ered as covering eacn individual proposal -- (d) The prevailing wages to be paid on said work are as listed in said specif icafioita, (e) Comsetency of Bidders. The Hddes shall be -qualified to bid with the Department of Public Works and Buildings, Division of Highways for the type and extent of work covered by the proposal and shall; upon application for a proposal, submit evidence that he is so qualified. No proposals wm dc issued unm sucn evidence ot qualification has been submitted. - 1 - In this respect the Drpartment of Puhhc Works and Buildings shall not be inter-nreted to mean the Citv Council of Decatur. other special provisions to the contrary not- ) witostandinp.' - 4. Rejection of "bids. The Council reserves the right to reject any and all proposals and to waive technicalities. - , By order of the Council ot tne wry or uecatur J. w. lottus February, 26, 1953 - ( SAL :--. CITY OF DECATUR, ILLINOIS Department of Streets and " Public Improvements , NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS For work to be constructed unrW Mntnr Fuel Tax Law ' t. Time and Place of Onenina Bids. Sealed proposals for the improvement of the thoroughfare described herein will be received at the office of the Council of the City of Decatur, Macon County, Illinois, until 10:00 A. M. March 23. 1953. and at that rime publicly opened and read. 2. Description of Work, (at The proposed work is officially known as Section 68-C.S., P Wtwul St. MI. S. Rt. 361 Bevinnine at Station -0 16.5 a point 2 feet East of the East rail of the I.C.R.R. and extends in n Pact rlv rtirM-finn tn Station 12 4 85.8. a total distance of 1302.3 feet, of which 1302.3 feet, (0.247 Miles) an to be im- proved. ' ' " - fhl The munoied luiuiiivejuent is to be resurfacing of the pavement with the necessary Leveling Binder and lVi" of Bituminous Concrete Binder Course and lvi" of Bituminnus Concrete Surface Course Fine Dense-Graded Aggregate Type Subclass 1-1 1. . also incidental as shown on the nlana.' ... i. Instructions to rudders. aj riana. pra-fications and proposals may be obtained from the Municipal Engineer upon payment of $5.00 by bank draft, bank cash-Wt -liM-lr nr mtified check, navable to the order of the City Treasurer of Decatur, lllt- - .11 . 1 ..1 V. riots, vimrncy nui w w - ... - plans, specifications and proposal forms will be issued after 12 M (Noon) March 21, 1953. No refund will bt made for plana, mMiMfmi ann nmnmal forms returned. (b) Plant, specifications and proposal forms are' on file in the Office of the Mayor subject to the inspection of all parties desiring to bid. ........ fft All nmnnult mnct he sccomrnrnied oy a bank draft, bank cashier's check, or certified check for 10 of the amount of the bid, made payable to the order of the City Treasurer.- Decatur.' Illinois.. If a multiple bid is submitted, the bank cashier's-checks or bank drafts, which accompany the individual proposMs making up the combination will be considered as also covering the multiple bid. or bidder may submit one proposal guaranty for -10 of the total of the multiple bid which will also be considered as covering each individual proposal. 1 A 1 Th. aimilina wasea to he naid on said work art as listed in said specifications. - - - . . . (e) Competency of- Bidders. The Judder shall be qualified to bid with the Depart-mna r PnKKi Works and Buildrne. Di vision of Highways for the type and extent of work covered By tne proposal ana snaii upon application for a proposal, submit evj. ilraiv that he is so analified. No monorail will be issued until such evidence of qualification has born submitted. . In this respect the Department or Public Works and Buildings shall not be inter- 1 preted to mean the City Council of De catur, otner special provisions so w wn- trarv notwithstanding. 4. Rejection of bids. The Omncf reserves the right to reject any ana ait proposals a to waive technicalities. -. . ,, By Order of The Council of Hat Citv of Decatur (SEAL! . I. W. LOFTUS, City Clerk, March 5, 1953 . cr, looks like new, 795. 836 N. Main. CHEVROLET, 1949, convertible. Deluxe, radio, neater. $995. 216 fc 1-h vision. 11 II CHEVROLET, 1949 carry all. A-l condition. Box 722 Herald-Review. 11 06 CHEVROLET. 1949 deluxe, radio, neater. teat covers, low mileage, extra clean, guaranteed. Universal Motors (Ford-Mercury), Pana. II 06 CHEVROLET. 1951 V4 -ton pickup. Deluxe cab. radio, beater. Excellent condition. $1050. W. H. Davis, Vi north of The Bowl on route 48. Elm Park Addition. 11 08 CHEVROLET, 1952 Styleline deluxe, 4- door. Low mileage. Private party, tan oe seen Sat., Sun. only. 1248 S. Hilton. 4920. . II 07 : CHRYSLER, 1941, Royal, 4 door, radio. heater. Good condition. 3-3939. 11 11 DESOTO, 1947. Low mileage, very good condition. Phone 8-2581. 11 08 DODGE, 1939 truck, lVi ton, grain bed. Southwest Wyckles, Sam Shawver, Phone 11 07 DODGE. 1951 4door sedan, radio, heater. very clean, S1450; Ford 1952 Customline ford or, radio, heater, seat covers, whitewall tires, 12,000 actual miles, like new, S1850. Thomas Mobilgas Station, junction 48&5I. 11 07 DODGE, 1952 4-door, $1675. Bitter ft Taggert, Dodge-Plymouth Dealer, Shelby-vULe, Tel. 1261. . II 08 FORD, 1936, new motor. .1940 Plymouth. 219 W. Cerro Gordo. 3-6454. . U 06 FORD, 1941 coupe; 1939 Chevrolet, 219 W. Cerro Gordo, 3-6454. 11 07 FORD, 1946, tudor, radio, heater, $500. Holiday coupe, fully eauipped. Light array. black top, blue interior, 1 -owner. Low mileage. Guaranteed. Mauser Motors, Route 5 1, Clinton. Open til 8 p. m. 11 07 PLYMOUTH. 1949 deluxe 2 -door. Near tires. $978. 6 miles east. lVi amrot As sumption, ph. 49RI8 after 5:30 p. Kenneth Moore. -II 07- PLYMOUTH. 1950 2-door. Radio and heater. $1095. Bitter ft Taggert, Dodga-Plymouth Dealer, ShdbyvilkTeL 1261. 1 1 08 PONTIAC, 1947, 4-door. Very dean. $795. Powell's Used Cars. Main at Wood. -II 06- PONTIAC 8, 1950 club coupe, radio, heater, hvdramatic. Verv clean. Sell or trade. Markwell Motor Saks, 450 E. Eldorado. 11 07 STUDEBAKER, 1948 Champion regal da-luxe 4-door sedan. $750. 2-0578. 11 08 : STUDEBAKER. 1948 Commander 4 door. Radio, beater, overdrive. New whitewalls. Plastic, seat covers, low mileage. Upholstery and paint like new. Will trade. 2-2042. 11 10 STUDEBAKER, 1950 Champion, 2 door. Excellent condition. Will sell or trade tor older car. Value $1000. Ph. 3-9044. 1 1 08 STUDEBAKER,. 1951 I-artdcruiser V-. Light grey, automatic drive, periect motor, signal and backup lights, other accessories. One owner, fnced reasonable. :W98. 11 09 ALLEN motor analyzer, complete. Lfka new, $400. 8-4131. 11 O 7 AUTOMOBILES wanted for junk. Long'a Garage, 2893 i Hickory. 2-6183. 11 u vna, iuuui , Phone 8-2754 after 5. 11- FORD. 1947 convertible, looks and runs like new, red, $150 down. 136 N. Main. 11 12 FORD, 1947 tudor, dean. $695. Nash 1947 z-door, reconditioned meteor, 3ZJ. Oldsmobile, 1940, tVcylinder, 2-door. $175. 3-9605. 11 06 FORD: 1950 oanvertiblc. $925. Call 6523. II 06- FORD, 1950 Custom fordor. Very' sharp car. Markwell Motor Sales, 450 Z. El dorado. 1 1 07- FORD: 1951 Custom 8, tudor, whits wall tires. Extras. One owner. Extra nice 3-3939. 11 06 FORD, 1951 4-door Fordomatic, this cat lixt new, 1JV. Slit IN. Main. 11 06 FORD. 1952 tandem, bit- 6 motor. 16' emui Bed. xzzu ores, uewitt Brown, Bogota, ill. none 3urii, newton. 11 06 man tan a f -: 1 : - l 1: neater, tu.uuu actual miles, fnoed to sen at Bill's Auto Sales, 1601 N. 22nd. 11 06 - FRAZER: 1947, good condition, $450. win trade. .11 07- Tsylorvffla GMC truck, 1940. Coal body. Rune every day. $300. Arnold, 1660 N. Morgan. -11 06- SQUARE DANCE, Blue Mound Legion Hall rnday, 8:30 p. m. ruDiic invited. 7tJ- -06- SQUARE DANCE: Roller Rink Loving- ton, t-nday, March t. jacx riaiterty a or chestra. Bill Hutnertord calling. 7C 07 SQUARE DANCE, Sat., Mar. 7, Forsyth luur Mall, rred near a ine sangamon Valley Boys. 8:30 to 11:30. 7C 06 WILL-O-LOU INN, Rt: 48, . Argenta: Heady to serve you delicious tooo. ivome out and see us. Open until 9 p.m. ,r- inao IX 1 . V ... - t-iwu y" .... load spnngs. Harold Lipe, 1 Hudson - facKard-wmys Healer) rana. HUDSON. 1947 4-door. radio, heater. overdrive, good tires, good condition throughout. 635 W. Elm after 6. -11 12 LINCOLN, 1947 4-door, radio, heater. Make otter. 1701 IN. Woodtord. . 11 07- MERCURY 1950 4-door, new tires, low mileage, fully equipped. 440 Pierson Ave. 3-2877. II 06 Lost aUltf FOaTltd -10 08- 1 BROWN and white spotted male beagle hound. Strayed southwest vicinity, fuward. 2-6698. . 10 (08 COIN PURSE, leather, lost Morgan bus or vicinity Morgan-orand, contained 90-$80 cumncs..IUwaid. Call .2-73 10.. 1008 XILUE, .-sable and white.. Answers Vicky", lost, pet. Reward. 3-4295. i 10 06 FOUND: Cocker SpanieL . Please call 2-2633. -10 06- HIGH SCHOOL class ring. Auburn 1953. Initials , ft. L Lost aunday i bloclc radius nmenou fiano nouse. z-41u. 10 0 LOST: Red billfold. Contains important papers. Keward. in tmpress. x-oio, iu u- PARAKEET. chartreuse with areen tail named "Major. hward. Lost vicuutv ot. 1 nomas. 3-4. 10 07- RAT TERRIER, small, male, black and wnire, tost vicinity w. marierta, raimew, Thursday. Reward. 2-5475. 10 06 RHINESTONE earring, leaf design, keep- take, fnone llamstown, zzo. 10 07 WRIST WATCH, lady's, Swiss, white gold, lost luesday. Keward. ball 2-406 atter 0. . - 10 07 2 male cocker spaniels, 1 brown, I black. strayed lues, night west end vicinity Call 3-9189 or 8-1817. Reward. Antnmottoe -1 1- 11 BUICK, 1946 tedanette, A-l, radio, beater. small down payment. 11 07 BUICK. 1950 Suner hard ton convertible. . . :. n. 1: u C..11- alum paint, wuinc -waua um ucw, iuij equipped. May be teen at 1134 W. Foist between 9 a. m. and 6 p.m. 8-3073. 11 10 BUICK, 1950 Special dyna How. Radio. neater, uood condition, rncea to sen 3-0765. . m 11 08 BUICKS, 1952 Rivieres (2) 2 doors. One black and yellow, one red and black. Like new. Fully equipped. Powell's Used Cars. main ax vvuuu. t - CADILLAC. 1948 convertible course. Fully equipped and like new. Benton motor Sales. 545 E. William. 8-3913. 11 07 r- Carpenter Superior and Ataericoach-liuaea. I9?o (jnesToiei 4-ooor rowergnac. 1950 Chevrolet 4-door Fleetlinc. . . 1949 Chevrolet 2-door Styleline. 1949 Ford dub coupe. 1947 Dodge Vi-ton pickup. C: B. MOORE, INC. See or Call Don Thick ' BLUB MOUND. ILL. -1107- CHEVROLET, 1936 deluxe coupe, orig inal paint, A-l condition, unginal owner. 8-1658. 1 1 06- r Chevrolet 1939 2-door, clean $ 195 1941 Pontiac 2-door, dean $ 345 1946 Buick super convertible, A-l $ 865 1946 Chrysler 4-door,- extra clean $ 875 1949 Pontiac 8 hydramatic 2-door $1395 1949 Chevrolet deluxe aedan, two ' tone $1095 1Q4Q Mpimre 4-dnnr. ' overdriva S1245 1950 Chevrolet deluxe 2-door $1345 1951 Studebaker dub coupe, overdriva $1495 1951 Ford S fordor. radio, heater, . $1545 1951 GMC Vi-ton pickup, A-l $1095 1951 Plymouth Cranbrook 4-door $1495 1951 Chrysler Windsor dub coupe $1975 1951 Packard sedan, ultra matic $2075 1951 Mercury 4-door. Mercomatic $1895 1952 Ford 8 tudor Fordomatic - $1995 1952 Chevrolet Styleline deluxe - $1895 1952 Ford Victoria fordomatic $2295 " " WE BUT CLEAN USEP CARS ' OPEN SUNDAY 10 TO.4 P. M. Evans & Marquand Cornet E. William aV Jackson 3-6413 .11 06- CHEVROLET, 1942 2-door, $195, 1947 Fraxer Manhattan, 39?, ford iv? loan nUnnhik. 1225. Enra Oil Co. 502 E. Prairie. I SHOWROOM i 11 07 - ' CHEVROLET,- 1946 2-door. Excellent 21 S Main MERCURY, 1950, 2-door. Good condition 3-8831 alter 3:30. II 07- NASH, 1948, 4 door, 600, super. Very clean, rvew ores. Reasonable. 3-3939. . 11 06 OLDSMOBILE, 1948 convertible. ' N paint-, meed for quick sale. 744 Prairie. 3-7881. OLDSMOBILE: 1949 "88" Club Real nice. $1250. Cell 6523. II 06- OLDSMOBILE 88. 1949 4-door sedan Very clean car. Sell or trade. Markwell Motor Sales, 450 E. Eldorado. 1 11 gas OLDSMOBILE 1950. 88. blue 2 door. ueluxe, radio, hydramanr, neater, wm accept reasonable offer. Ask for J. Kot ncn. H-34.il, 11 11 PACKARD, 1951 "200" deluxe, fully equipped. lew mileage, $1800. May con sider trade. 3-7U3. 11 08- nr vimiiTU inin a 1. 1 i iy I'lwvi ii, 1737 rx 1 1 iitvc new uio, shock abtorben, $135. 2nd lumse entrance. 11 07 - batteir, shock at west Dance land Anoth er Beautiful Selection of j , Fine Used Cars 1951 BUICK Super Riviera. Two-door, ewer tone green, new white tires, one- owner, immaculate. $2395 . 1951 BUICK Super Riviera 4-door. Two-tone blue, in wonderful shape, fully equipped. $2250 1950 BUICK Road master Riviera 4-door. . Green metallic, tinted glass, low mile age, very clean. $1895 1950 BUICK Super 4-door. Gray metallic. i one-owner. Guaranteed periect: $1795 1950 BUICK Special 4-door Tourback. Dy- natlow, one-owner. $159$ 1950 BUICK Special 4-door. Jet black. steal, real clean. $1545 - 1950 CHEVROLET StvkHne Deluxe door, 19,000 miles. Just broken in. lAiat new. - $1345 1950 HUDSON Commodore "8". Inmacu- late. liutiediate delivery. $1395 Very Clean Ttansportation Worth The Money! 1947 BUICK Super sedanct. $895 1946 BUICK Super sedan. 26.000 miles on '50 motor. New tires, new paint. A . periect cat. .... $795 ; - . 1947 DODGE 4-door sedan. , $695 1941 CHEVROLET 2-door aedan. $345 " Our Selection Is Unsurpassable jn Value, Price and Desirability HIGHFIELD BUICK CO. .City Clerk .111-. lW.- 1 . -- -WVUB. '- condition. Take older car in trade. Terms 197 W. Oartield. 11 06 . CHEVROLET. 1951, 2 door deluxe, excellent condition. Sell or trade fox older cat. 920 W. Olive 4370. v Ph. 3-3473 USED CAR LOT 315 S. Main Ph. 3-3421 A Used Car Dealer Being guerdoned shout when used cars are coming from, said, "Factories are checking their show notes of previous models that have bees built, " for fear that that is where he is getting his pre-war cars! That ft'a impossible to get them that dean, and at nearly new, anywhere elaeT Tea, that's right, folks! But when you est these cars, you'll say so yourself, that that's when they hast to come froml HONEST POD HOLZHAUSEN ' MOTORS ' The largest Pat War Dtalti in Central Illinois 29 ft 48 Intersection, and 1 block wast (i stoplights. TaL 1911 -11 06- BLUE RIBBON USED CARS 1951 PACKARD "200" aedan, ra- . dio, heater, ultra -ma tic transmission, satin seat covers. 90-day warranty S2195 1952 MG Mark H roadster, scry few miles, new car aiarantec $1999 1951 HUDSON Hornet Sedan. Hy dramatic, radio, heater, whire-wall tires, plastic seat covers, beautiful 2-tone paint. Only $1795 1950 PACKARD 135 aedan, tdtramaric transmission, radio, fresh air heater, 20,000 miles, Blue Ribbon Warranry. Only $159 J . 1951 NASH Rambler Country Club. Overdrive, 15,000 actual miles, radio, heater, plastic teat covers, like new $1595 1951 PLYMOUTH Belvidere, radio, ' " . , neater, low mileage, oeautrrui - ivory and black 2-tone paint, -.. onlr J 1950 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION I1 ?l . convertible, overdrive, eli ma fixer, ; metallic green finish, red uphol- . stery. Whitewall tires. A beautiful little car $1395 1950 MERCURY 4-door aedan, radio, heater, overdrive. Very nice buy $1495 1950 MORRIS MINOR 2-door aedan, radio, beater, seat carvers, good tnrrhsnical ccmdltiotL. Priced very low at f 795 1949 PACKARD 145 SEDAN. H eater ZBdio. ovuiinve seat covets, nearly new tires. 90- day warranty. This outstanding car is for only ( $1495 1949 OLDSMOBILE "98" sedan, . v hydramatic. radio, heater, plastic scat covers. Very nice $1395 1949 PONTIAC "8" sedan, hydnv matic radio, heater, seat coveray back-ap lights, ptinctare-proof tubes; iooks ana runs like new $1395 1948 WILLYS Jeepster, new tires. paint like new, motor in top , condition $ 745 1946 FORD sedan 4-door. 1st class mechanical condition. Good paint and tires $ 545 Kilb orn s Used Car Corner WE FINANCE OUR SALES Jo Riggs Lao A. Wilson PACKARD MG MORRIS JAGUAR 201 W. WOOD. PHONE 5197 -11 06- Buy With-Confidence .Ride -With Safety And Pleasure 1951 STUDEEAKER Champion 2-door, cUmatizer, overdrive, radio. Down payment t 1949 BUICK Super 4-door. radio, heater. Down payment 1949 PACKARD 4-door. Overdrive, heater. New like. Down payment 1958 STUDEBAKER Champion 2-door. Overdrive, Climatizer. Extra dean. Down payment 1948 OLDSMOBILE "98" ible. Loads of equipment. Per-- sect condition. Down pajrorat 1948 STUDEBAKER Champion Starlite. Overdrive, Climatiret, radio. Down payment 1947 STUDEBAKER Land Cruiser, overdrive, radio. Down pay 1946 BUICK Soper 4-door, radio, heater. Down payment 1947 STUDEBAKER Champion 2-d o o r. Overdrive, climarirrx. Down payment 1949 KAISER 4-door. Radio, heater Extra nice. Down payment $492 $432 $432 SJ98 $410 $29$ $298 $265 $254 $254 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS H. G. WONDERLIN CO. - TOUR STUDEBAKER DEALER 360 E- Main Phone 3-3625 a

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